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THE DAILY - ASTORIA, ASTORIA, WERSESftAT ftOBSDtty. .IUARY 14, 1S93.
: . - WAS NON-SUITED. j -' 'son' Franclsci, .Fob. 12. In Jthopnlted Rtates circuit Court of appeals this morning tho Washington and Idaho Hallway company', was non-sultd In an action against the Couer d'Alene Rail way and Navigation company and the Northern Faclflc iftnilway company. The case has been In the courts since May 15, 1S89, and In every court the rcoult has been the eitne. OBTAINED; TflBlR RELEASE. ConstantinopleTeh. 12. United States Minister Terrll.after taking a vigorous stand In' the matter, has succeeded In obtaining1 the release of one of two Ar menians, naturalized Americana, impris oned at iBkanderiim. . . ENGLISH POLITICS. London, Feb..,l2. A meeting of the cabinet was ' held this morning. It Is stated thav .Gladstone proposes to drop the 'parish councils bills and the em ployees' liability bill and. appeal to the country within a month. JOHN B. LAMONT DEAD. Cortland,, Jt, Feb. 12.r-John B. La mont, father of Jfhe secretary of war, Is dead. . Each additional chair, ; . ,.25 Bathtubs . v -. First tub, private,....,'...,.'. .CO Each additional tub 25 First tub In hotels, boarding and lodging houses, public iulld- lngs and blocks 1.00 , Each additional tub .-,.;. .60 Barber shops and bathlng,hojui-es each tub ,,.,.. 1.00 Blacksmith Shops . ..i.,.. Ono forge 100 - Each-additional forge. .......... .25 Bookblnderles and printing offices , 1.00 ISSUES Ji. DECREE. Rome, Feb. li--The Pope has issued a decree beatifying Joan of Arc. LIFE-OF JAMES O. BLAINE. The Astoriail has determined to bring the life-work of this wonderful idol of the people ctbsor to the minds of Its readers, to put them In possession of the Incidents of Jils career, his ambi tions, hi .sacrifices, his honesty and his Sterling iroanhood. . How? you ask. Read carefully, and uco for yourself. ' We have secured at a very large outlay the magnificent vol- umo entitled "Life and Work of James Q. Blaine," (Memorial Edition.) . This work is the only authorized pub lication of the memoirs and history of Blaine. It Is written by John Clark Red path, LL.D., Gen. Seldcn Connor, ex Governor of Maine, and tho eminent friends of the dead statesman. It contains a Xull length portrait of Blaine, with his autograph negative and an autograph letter sent to tho pub lisher,'.,, ',. It contains an, autograph letter from Mrs. Blaine, which proves Us authen ticity and Its claim to being the only volume of the jklnd published by au thority, , . . It contains several hundreds of splen did pictures, nearly all of them being original copyrighted drawings. - It contains 605 pages of description, printed on the heaviest book puper, in large, handsome type, and is heavily bound In cloth two colors with gold lettering and ornamentation on the cov ers. This book cannot be purchased else where. It Is not on sale at bookstores, and you could, not buy It for less than FIVE DOLLARS If It were. It is a work of, arts anfl a book that no citizen should be without. The reading mat ter Is of enthralling interest. . Our regular subscription price for the .Weekly Astorlajj, Is 12.00 per annum. Our regular ubserlptlon price for the Dally Astorian for six months Is 13.50. You can, by paying In advance, re ;elvc the Weekly Astorian for one year nnd the. Life of Blaine for $3.00. You can, on the same terms, have the Daily Astorian for six months and the Life of TJlainc for KB0, making the cost to you o( this wonderful work 11.00. vont take any snap Judgment. You would be foolish If you gave us your order without first coming to this oftlce nnd seeing the took for yourself. It has ueugniea an wno nave looked at It, will delight yoij, Our subscribers can rest assured that the only reason why we havo taken , hold of this work is It nurpasslna excellence and Its wonder fully cheap price. 'SUMMONS. In tha clrcut court of the state of Ore gon lor ciatsop county. Harry W. Hell, plaintiff, vs. Kate Bell, defendant: To Kate T. Boll, defendant: In tho name .of the state of Orecon you are hereby required to appear and answer me complaint lllcd against you in the above entitled court on or before tho regular term thcreor, to-wlt: Feb ruary 19th. 1894..' -And you are hereby notified that If you fall so to appear, md answer, the plaintiff will apply to ine court ror mo relief demanded In his complaint, towlt: for a decree dls. solving the bonds of matrimony now txisung between you ami the plalntlft, This summons Is published pursuant to an order of tho Hon. T. A. Mo Hum. Judge of the above entitled court, dated January Din, ROBERT PCOULER. i " Attorney for Plaintiff. I NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION. Notice is hereby given that the tin lorsigtied has been this duy appointed the administrator of the estate of A. K. Burrow, deceased, by the county court )t' Clatsop county. Oregon. All parties having claims ugulnst said entnt must present the snrutv duly verified, to the undersigned, at.-.uie omce or i'"uiton Bros., attorneys. . In Astoria, Cla'sop county, Oregon, wlthlu six months frcm S. II. AMES, , January 2d, 1831 I MONTHLY, WATER HATES As Adopted by tho Commission for the Year ISM, or UWII Further ordered. The water rafiW'w1ll l due and pay able In advance at the office of the City .Water Works, on the first day of each month (except for elevators or by meter, which ant payable on the first day of the succeed! ne month), and If not pa1'1 Klih'in tho first ten days the water will l shut off from, the premises as pro vided In Sections 9 and SO. Breweries Each, In addition to engine, from $15 to 125, or by meter Building purposes For each 1,00 brick laid, includ ing water for lime 25 Wetting each barrel of lime for plastering or any other pur nnne than brick 20 Wettlnir each barrel of cement.. .20 Stono work per perch .15 Ttiitrhnr Khona and Fish Markets , , 2.00 Chinese Buildings or Houses First six persons 1.50 Each additional person .15 Chinese Wash Houses ' " Each, $15 to $25, or by meter;. ;'. County Buildings ' ; ,1 Special rate or by meter. City Buildings, etc. Special rate or by meter. Dye Works ; $3.00 to $5.00 Family rate "' ; Six persons or less l.w Each additional person.. , 10 Filling Cisterns (Private) For each 1,000 gallons, special rate. Foundries Each, In addition to engine and forge, $1.00 to $5.00. Oas Companies Each, $5 to $25, or by meter. Government! Buildings . ,( Special rate or by meter. Hose ; ' Special rate. Hotels, Boarding and Lodging Houses-; In addition to family rate, each room ' 10 Hydraullo Elevators Special rate. Ice Cream and Oyster Saloons $1.60 to $5.00 Laboratories, 3oda Manufactories, Bot tling Establishments, Telegrapn ana Telephono Olfices, Vinegar Factories and Packing Houses Each, $1.60 to $10.00, or by .meter. special rate ,or by meter. Steam, special rate or by merer in addition to engine...;..,...,. . .. . Lawn Fountains . , .. With one-sixteenth inch nozzle, special rate. .,' '' With one-eighth inch" nozzle, special rate. Machine Shops, Sash and Door Fac tories Same as manufactories. Manufactories and Shops not Otherwise Sieclued 1.0; (Or by meter.) Meter Rates ' Per 1,000 gallons 50 Meters will be used without notice for the detection and prevention of waste, and the excess of the meter above the schedule for any month will be charg ed In addition to the schedule rate for tho succeeding month. Munlelal rates Bneclul rates. Oltlces, Doctors, Dentists, Banks, etc. Each , l.w Photograph Galleries FiTh .2.uu to ju.uu Piiblln Buildlnes and Blocks- Each room without faucet...... .10 Each room with faucet 50 Publlo Halls and Theatres ....$1.00 to $5.00 Restaurants, Coffee Houses and Lunch Counters $3.00 to $15.00 Saloons ; ....$2.00 to $5.00 Schools (Public and Private) Special rate. Sewer Work- Settling Earth, special rate. Sleeping Rooms Each room without faucet 10 Each room with fuueet... 60 Soda Fountains Kaon fountuln 1.00 Each Jet i 1.00 Stables . First Btall, with ono horse with carriage , 75 Each additional stall .25 Steam Engines or Boilers . Each horse power (ten hours each day) to ten horse power. .50 Each, from ten to twenty horse power 40 Each above twenty horse power. .30 For boilers for heating purposes; according to size of building, $9.60 t.o $2.00 Gas engines 1.00 Steamboats, tugs, eta. Special rate. On Top, MARSHALL'S TWINE Is conceded by all to bo the best. It fishes better and wears better than any other twine used on the Columbia river. TRY IT AND BB CONVINCED. . e?3 ' fit- THE ASTORIAN .If You Want Cannery and Fishermen's Supplies, Call on EIPHE SAflBORfl & GO. It Is understood that none of the fol lowing rat". Include -charges for Ilaths, Water-Clottets, Urinal and Hose. Bakeries Store Drug stores......... $1.50 to $5.00 (Irocery stores 1.00 ' Hradware stores.. 1.00 Dry goods and other stores 1.00 Liquor stores (wholesale), $2.00 to $5.00 1' or families living In same build ing 1.00 Swill and Slop Hoppers For each slop hopper with outlet ' or wasto plpo two or more inches In diameter, nnd sui plled with water direct from faucet or In any manner other than buckets E.00 unnais (Private)- Belt-closing , ,25 Other than self-closing 1.00 Constant llow 6.00 Public, self-closing.. 50 Other than self-dosing 2.00 constant now.. k.oo Water Closets (Other than Tank Clos ets) . . v.. , Flint closet, private 75 Each additional closet.;...,. .25 First closet in stores 75 Each additional closet..; 25 First closet In hotels, boarding , and lodging houses, saloons, publlo buildings and blocks.... 1 r.O Each additional cloaet i.oo One closet ofr two families lloo dwn additional rami v...... ro Water Closets (Tank Closets) l-irst clotict, private... SO Kuril additional closet., ,,, ,5 Flint closet in stores 50 Each additional closet 25 First closet in hotels, boarding and lodging houses, public building and blocks l.nn Each additional closet .,, lico duo closet for two families For each additional family 25 water Motors By meter only. Number of Occupants in all dwellings, stores, o dices and other places (except hotels and lodglnv houses) wher the number of occupants exceed six lieraons, the charge for each person in excess of six-will be in addition to tho above race.. Cotton liope, Cotton Twine, ; ' Marshall's Twine. Trap and Seine Web, Tanbark, Acid and Salt, Strip Lead, Pig Lead, Copper, Tin Plate, Tin and Zinc, In Stock. ASTORIA, - OREGON. Exclusive Telegraphic. Press Report How Are You Fixed for Insurance? Fire and Marine. We are agents for the largest and best companie represented in Astoria. Royal Insurance Co., assets, London Assurance Corp'n Etna Insurance Co. Western U. S. Branch, New Zealand Insuranco Co., - - Combined Assets, 21,502,370,00 8,030,425.00' 10,915,829.00 1,G17,193.00 2,077,219.00 $45,403,044.00 THE ASTORIAN is in possession of all the telegraphic news service franchises, and is the only paper on the Columbia river that publishes genuine dis patches. The circulation is much greater than that of all other Astoria papers com bined. The Weekly edition contains a carefully selected resume of the most ini portan telegraphic and local news. gUBSCRIBERS to either the Daily or Weekly may secure a valuable book, -the Life and Works of James G. Blaine, by adding one dollar to the regular subscrip tion price of the paper. The book is well worth three dollars, and may be inspected at the business office of the Astorian. A full description of this attractive premium is given elsewhere in this paper. ELMORE, SANBORN & CO. .10 Kor other uses or business -not here in mentioned, by special nHt$r;by me ter. 'Tho rleht Is reserved by the Water Commission to.amrnd.or add to these I i"uiv r,d Ti fciii.ifcic.ris. cr to ch.ir.n3 llic L-'i -UriUuc ai4i. ex ix' fiance may-sluV to I b necessary or expedient. ,00l .-V-?.i V- FAT PEOPLE. Tark Obesity rills iiil reduce vour xvetght PKKMANKNTI.Y frtMn li to li pounds a month. NO STARVING siek- iir vr injur,-. ISJ.ICITY T' build up the health and beautify the complexion, leaving no wrinkles or flabblnes. STOUT ABDOMENS nnd dlllleull breathing surely relieved KNPEM1IENT. but a' sclentllTc nd posiuvs relief, adopted only after years of experience All orders supplied di rect from our otllee. Price W.00 net packaw. or three packages for 150o by mail, postpaid. Testimonials anrt panTcuiars, tscaica) 2 cents. -AH. Correspondence, st.rlc.tlx. jcopflden- C I fiOQ worth o( lovly Muk totf- " rh 1 1 1 . . Ctntt. ctunislinp ot m fage 5 tu'l ' hw Music ot ltt t Lfst, brlehtest. Ilvet Mid most popuLw J: K?lw.tknv b.h vocl anj Initruratcul. - snttrn un in the most ek-gant ir-mnor. to- -f clmilnit :cur lirre six IVtMlU. 3 VAfthCT. the SpanUk Ccertr, PASiitSWltAI. Srtat Pianist, ZZSi T" AJtU Mill '4 5 nmmt ssutiUA cuttixb. rs THE KEV? yOP.K !f t'SC.! ECH0 CCrTt Brualwav Tlmttre BIJg-..Kf YorfcUty. Thorougblg Equipped JOB P$I4TI4G Plant in Connection A Cornplete Line of Legal Blanks Always in Stock. ASTORIAN PRINTING-; -KCtSE. - . . - . S I UHv pEMBDY- CO.. J UiiU 1 iU iiiliIU8IJ i - clnur.