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THE MORNING ArORLL,1 KUNPAVl" l U LY 1, ' 1100
JOHN T. LIGHTER. Editor.
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WILLIAM M KIXLEY,
Of New York.
Ol" It PRESIDENTS AND
Tlure have been 2S presidential elec
lions sine the organization of uur
government, beginning with the first
ekctlon of Washington held on the first
uv,insiav of January. and end-
ii g v ith the election of McKlnley four
years ago. Of our presidents, Wash
ington. Jefferson. Madison. Mcnroe.
Jackson, Lincoln, Grant and Cleveland
were twice elected, and four of ou:
25 presidents were elected as vice-pres
Idents and succeeded to the offlce by
the death of the president. John
Adams, John Qulncy Adams, Martin
Van Buren and Grcver Cleveland were
defeated in contests for re-election,
but Cleveland! after, havftig been de
feated for re-election, was again chosen
four years later. ,
The oldest of our presidents when In
augurated was William Henry Harri-
J 1.. I
son, wno was w years ox
died a little more than a month after
he became president. The next oldest
president Inaugurated was James Bu
chanan, who was 68, and Taylor who
was next In age was C5 when be be
came president. John Adams and An
drew Jac&son both entered the presi
dency? at the age of 2. The young
est oft our"presidents when Inaugurat
ed ws General Grant, wlwNwas only
17. Cleveland was the next youngest,
being, 48, with Polk and' Garfield
closely following him at 49. McKlnley
became president at 54. There are
now only two ex-presidents living
Benjamin Harrison and Grover Cleveland.
All of the earlier presidents, with the
single exception of Washington, lived
to an advanced age. Washington died
at 67, but Adams reached the age of
SO, Jeflerson 83, Madison 85, Monro
"3, John Quincy Adams 80, Andrew
Jackioi; 78 and Martin Van Buren 79.
Adams and Jefferson, two of the com
mittee who presented the Declaration
of Independence to the Colonial con
gress, both died on the Fourth of July,
Thus the elder Adams lived Just
one year after his son became presi
dent. Garfield was the youngest presi
dent when h died, being but 49, and
Polk was the next youngest at his
death, being 53.
There have been 24 vice-presidents
elected by the people, beginning with
John Adams In 1799, and ending with
Garret A. Ilobart in 1896. The nomi
nation of Governor Roosevelt as the
Republican candidate for vice-president
presents one of the youngest of our can
didates ever offered for the second of
fice of the government. If elected vice
president, when Inaugurated on the 4th
of March next, Roosevelt will he 43
yars of age, but Vice-Presidents
Tomiklns rnd John C. Calhoun both
en'cred the vice-presidency at the
same ape. The youngest vice-president
ever chosen was John C. Breckenrldge,
who was only 36 when he was Inau
gurated, and the oldest vice-president
elected was William R. King, of Ala
bama, who was 67 years of age when
h was qualified as vice-president in
Cuba on the 4th of March, 1853. He had
been spending the winter in Cuba for
his hnlth, and died there after having
ben sworn in as vice-president on In
Four vice-presidents have been elect
ed who were over 60 years of age.
They were King 67, Clinton and Hen
dricks 6f, and Morton 65. Six vice
presidents died In office; Clinton, In
1:m2; Grrry, in 1814; King, In 1885; WH-
son, .In 1S7S;; Hendricks," In 1S. and
Ilobart, In 1S99.
No vacancy was made In the presl
dentlal ollice by do ith, resignation
otherwise from tho organisation of th
government until 1S41, a period of ov
half a century. President . Harrlse
died In 1S41, and was sueoMded
John Tyler, the vice-president. Tayl
died In 18.10 and wa succeeded by Vie
President Fillmotv, Lincoln died I
ISt!.", and was succeeded by Vice-Pre
Idont Johnson, and Garfield died In
lf'H and was succeeded ly viee-presi
dent Arthur. Tyler and Johnson serv
ed nearly the full presidential term
as Harrison and Lincoln died a llttli
more than a month after their Inau
guration. Fillmore served as president
for two years and a half, and Arthur
for nearly three years and a half. There
aw today only two ex-vlce-presidont
MvinK Levi P. Morten and Adlal K.
The question of the presidential sue
cession In the event of a vacancy in
the office, was somewhat obscure b
yind the vice-presidency until congress
pa:sed the act of January IS, 1896. pro
viding that the cabinet ofTlcers begin
ning with the secretary of state should
succeed to the presidency In case of
the death or removal of both presi
dent and vice-president. First of the
cabinet In eligibility is the secretary
of state, then secretary of the treas
ury, then secretary of war, then attor
ney-general, then postmaster-general
then secretary of the nay, then sec
retary of the Interior, but no one of
them can succeed to the presidency
unless he has been appointed to the
cabinet by the advice and consent of
the senate, and is eligible to the office of
president under the constitution. That
precludes a naturalized cltixen, who
Is eligible to the vice-presidency an
to cabinet positions but not to the
It has not ben left for Lemuel E.
Quigg, the New York member of the
committee on resolutions of the Repub
lican national convention, to refute the
charge that he smuggled the word
"isthmian" into the canal plank of the
platform 'In place of the word "Nica
ragua." The Interview with Martin B,
Madden, the Illinois member of the
committee, not only completely exoner
atos Mr. Quigg from any blame In con
nection with the canal plank but as
sumes direct and personal responslbll
lty for its warding, "isthmian" and
all. Mr. Madd.'n says that not only
old Mr. Quigg have nothing to do with
the plank beyond voting for it along
with other members of the committee
but that he (Madden) drew the reso
lution as It was submitted to and ap
proved first by the sub-committee and
afterward by the. larger body. More,
over, the word Nicaragua never ap
peared In Mr. Madden's draft of the
resolution for the obvious reason stat
ed by him that he deemed It inadvis
able to commit the party in advance
to any specific route. This explana
tion of Mr. Madden's so thoroughly ac
quits Mr Q'Jigg of any connection with
a surreptitious tampering with the can
al resolution that it adds force to his
refutation of the charge made by Gen
eral Grosvenor that he had suppressed
a plank affirming the power of con
gress to legislate for our territorial pos
sessions. In both Instances Mr. Quigg
was charged with doing a wise thing
surreptitiously. That was a tribute to
his discretion which he might have ac
cepted silently as a compliment had It
not been accompanied by baseless insinuation.
It Is proposed to run trains at the
rate of 112 miles an hour between New
York and Chicago. The man who In-
rHousavork is haid woAwittout GoldDusf
TO WASH COLORED
A frtt a? pmou whs lira m farms ui
Ihav te U taalr set uhiat, aard clon4 ttklt
Hats to aavt hla,. Tt imp them kwlloj
and rrorn radial N a little
Gold Dust Wishing Powder .
Is tin vaaa vaitr, tad fry Is tht ahade. It la
Ivaadtrful hoe hwa a prtttj rtd labia cltih will
lap Its tmhataa eaahte this iu, X aak id
I ar colond atpklnt tha aama vay.
TV ll takM tMaa m frw Wtl.t
"Aom auus res eoisawiuu
thi a. s, ramsiNR oompsnv.
QUICKEST, SHORTEST ,
and MOST DIRECT LINE
' TO TUB . ' '
vented the system might find an lin
medlnte customer by addressing "tVm
ttenerxl Je Wheeler is now on duty
as commander of the department of
the La'-ces. He also reserves the right
to climb the first tree he comes to.
Mas O'Kell has written an article
entitled "Thi Woman I Hate." We
hope for Max's sake that he has not
only mentioned her name.
T "N rt TT
Salt Like, Deliver. Ft.
worth, Vmtl.i. hm.
am ity. m. LuiiIm,!
C'lili'nii ) n'l.l F.t j
Thra Mlv 'nllt vk InulMiint.. Ilii.l! P"
Tom Piatt's fractured
rib Is by
means cle to a broken heart.
Corrects all blemishes of
burn, freckles nnd makes
a beautiful complexion.
also the best tooth
and excellent for
lU.'ffl fa. removes
1I10UU111 3 kes. pln ples. tan,
6 p. 111.
Luke. IK-nvvr, Ft. I
V nrlh, Oh.kIim. Kan
i iw llty. st. lotua,:
! c lili'a0 4iid Ka.l, i
V dill tVn lil, l.-Ot-li.M,1
j XiHikHti ', .MIlhtoiw ;
It", M. I'.lll, iMlMllh,
' and K,ii. j
Flota Aitorlit '
All Snilliic iMt.a aub
I Ivct to rliMiiiie. i
For Sn r raivpie.-Kl
Miy3.,13, lit, a.
4 p, 111.
7 i. in
W a hi
of tha pudding U la tha Um
th proof of liquors
IS IN SAMPLING
That's an anronraot tbat'a ro
Ours will stand ths tax.
HUGHES & CO.
DRAYING AND EXPRESSING
.All Goods 8hlpped to Our Care
Will Receive Special Attention.
ExSuuduy'To Portland aa4
i -In m '.x
' Mo. day
Easf.um... 1LLAMKTTK K.VKlt' . .
j Suloiii A Wsr-InJ a. ' i
.... Wlllamftta and Vm.'
' - P1- ! hill ll.Z SPR1.
3 4-i a. in.
6am wit I iiitTi i' i,rt,i,
Tuen. Thin! prn;.,r... .'
!.iurdy . ud wav l.ndinM.
iM m in
4: 4 p.m.
O. W. LOUNSBERRT.
w tt ,.t At Astoria.
Oen. Pass. Aft, Portland. Or,
No. E3S Duane St,
W. J. COOK. MsT
Res. TeL 11SL
SHORTEST AND QUICKEST LINE
Paul.Dalutb, Minneapolis, Chica?)
and All Polns East
AILY TRAINS; FAST TIME; SER
VICE AND SCENERY UN-EQUALED.
Depot Fifth and
Trains far Salem,
gaen, San Fran- 'Ml m
rlan l. I .UJ
A n li
8 30 a.ml L.
luany except bun
train for Ml n
Natron, and even
ing train for ML
Angel and Silver-ton.
a.ml Corvallls passes-
ll:M p.ml Sheridan pasaen-
Through False anil Tourlut Hleeucra
ninsBod Kairet Hmuklng Library Ci
enreg a headache at one. It is a pleas
ant, ar.arkliii(, effnrToticent drink that
actaimmediatcly. It cleans and pur.tiiw
tha atomach, Kntly gnieta tha nervaa
and relierex all pain. It eurea tick and
fatigue. IQc, ZBCj BOCj f I.OO
Successor to Th. Olsen. 0-2 Com. SL
Tickets to points East via Portland
and the Great Northern Ry., on sale
at i. K. A ;n. Ticket Oliice, Astoria,
or 'jrcat iNorinern xicKt-l Ulnce
268 MORRISON STREET.
For rates, folders and full Informa
tion regarding Eastern trip, call on or
A. B. C. DENNISTON,
City Pass, and Tljk"t Agent, Portland.
A familiar name for the Chicago,
Milwaukee & Pt. Paul Railway, known
all over the Union as the Great Rail
way running the "Pioneer Limited"
trains every day and night vetween St
Paul and Chicago, and Omaha and
Chicago. "The only perfect train In
the world." Understand: Connec
tions are made with all transcontlnent
al lines, assuring to passengers the best
service known. Luxurious coaches,
electric light, steam heat, of a verity
equaled by no other line.
See that your ticket reads via "The
Milwaukee" when going to any point
n the United States or Canada, All
ticket agents sell them.
For rates, pamphlets or other Infor
J. W. CASEY. C. J. EDDY,
Trav. Pass. Agt., Gen. Agt,
Portland, Oregon. Portland. Or.
Daily. Dally except Sunday. '
Rebita tl. kBi. , i- v.. .
N-tVtemfl"'0, a?d 6an anclco.
aml th'ket8 t0 Eastern poInU
RS2 EaUnd PAust a?,anACbhenaobfe
Passenger depot foot of Jefferson St
Leave for Oswego dally at 7:20 !
m.; 12;30. 1:BJ, 3:26, lis. t 20, .Vos
11:30 p. m.; and 9:00 a. m. on Hunday
.y ' ..Arrr,-'Ve at Portand dally at
: l?'00."' m'; 12:40 a- dally ex-
S?,nt,,i0"da.y: 8:30 and W: a- on
Leave for Dalas dally, except Sua
day at 4:30 p. m. Arrive at Portland
at D ili a. m.
a i i, t.8 lram l,lave" Dalas for
aiiuttys, weanesdays and Fri
days at 2:45 p. m. Returns Tuesdays
Thltru,latt rA c ....... '
- ..... . . . t. m,u aaiuiuuyif,
R. KOEHLER, Manager.
C. H. MARKHAM.
uen. jrrt. and Pass. Aft
TWO DAILY SOLID VESTinULEl)
TIUI.N3 LESH THAN THREE
ThrotiKh Tnliiee and Tourist Sleepers.
Dining ami UulTet Library Cars. First
eluas Iteiiining Chairs Free.
I-OKTLAND (o DENVER.
KANSAS CITY, OMAHA and
CIIICAUO without change.
Only one change to
NEW YOKK. HUSTON and
other Eastern points.
For rates, tickets and full Inform.
Hon, call on or address.
a. W. LOUNSBEItRY.
Agent O. It. & N Astoria, Or
Or J. H. LOTH HOP. Uen'l Ail,
No. 125 Third St.. Portland. Or.
NOTICW OF FILINd Hl'l'CIAL AS
, 8KSHMKNT HULL NO. fi.
Notice Is hereby given that the board
of assessors have comiiluted the spec
ial aasessiiient for the lmirovvmeut of
Seveiiteenttt street from the smith line
of Franklin avwiuk to tha north line
of Irving avenue, and have reported
Ihs anion to the t'oiituion Council of
the City of Astoria nnd that Ihe sum
him been llled with I ho auditor and
police Judge of the City of Aatorla and
limned and numbered Hpeelul Asseas
iiient. No, 39, and (hat the commit te
on ativta and iubllo ways of Ihe Com
mon Coiuull uf k,1 city has been ap
pointed to meet with the board of an
sensors on lh lath day of July, I'M
at the hour of 10 o'clm k a. in. of suld
day In the t'oumll Chambers In the
City Hall of Hie t 'It y or Aatorlil, t'lut
sop County. On-gtm. to then and Hum
consider, review, correct und I'ntinllno
iUd Special AxMcaainrnt ltoll, No, 33,
Any person objecting to auKl asseas
incut mum lie .his objections (hereto
In writing with the auditor and police
Judge. , K, NKI.HON,
Ainllior and Tollc Judge of the City
Date of First I'ulillcallon. June io. 1900,
Oregon Short Line
THK DIRECT ROUTE TO
Montana. Utah. Colorado ""rv'y iui" nr pUsh. orm:
' ,,' vui VVlViauU j K..t lllltune,,, f I'u.h. tir.gon; Wl
ana an tajiern points.
Gives choice of two favorite routes. rU
the Union Paclrto Fast Mali Line, or
the IUo Grande Scenic Lines.
LOOK AT THE TIME
1 Davs to tfalt Lnke
2J Days to Doiivcr
3J Days to Chicago
-1 Days to Now York.
Free reclining chairs, upholster!
tourist sleeping cars, and Pullman tl
ace sleepers, operated on all trains.
For further Information apply to
C. O. TERRY. W. E. COMAN.
Trav. Pass. Agt. Gen. Agent.
124 Thirl St.. Portland. Or.
G. tV. LOUNSUERRY,
Agent O. R. a N.
In lha Circuit CoUr,f mBta ()f Oregon,
futility, of Cluaop,
The Hm-uiliy Havings A Trust Com-pnny-plulmiir,
vs. The Astoria Biroet
Notice is hciThy given that In pur
simnco of a Judgment, Om rce and or
der of sale duly imidu and entered In
tlm abdve.eniiiliiii suit In the above
entitled court on Monday the 23th duy
of May, which luiUment was In
favor of plnlntllT ami nvulnat defend,
ant for tha sum of thirty Ihouiand,
Ui hundri',1, id Ofty dollars end the
costs ami illabui'RciiiciiU of said suit,
and In and by which judgment and de
cree the iiiorimKt. rxnouted to plaintiff
d.'fendnnl on the 2nd tiny of May.
IMiJ tlKscribvil In the complaint In the
above entitled suit was foreclosed and
suld stun of thirty thousand, two hun
dred ii nd llfty dollars SMuured by sold
mortgage, together with the costs of
said suit was declared tu be a lien upon
all the .property innnlloiied In said
mortgage and In the complaint In (his
suit ami herein l out and which
judgineiil. order und decree directed
me as roc-lver of all suld property
heretofore appointed In the above en
mud suit to sell all said property to
satisfy said Judgment, coots and accru
ing costs, I will on
MONDAY. THE 2ND DAY OF JULY,
liwo. at the hour of I o'clock p. m. of
said day, at the court houae door In
i latsop county, state of Oergon, sell
for cash In U. H. gold coin, to the high
rat bidder nil right, title and lnieiet
which the defendant, the Astoria Htreel
Hallway had on tlm 2nd day of May,
It'-', or has since acquired on the prop
erty mentioned in i,i mortgage or
aiy pail thereof, wlil.lt property is
more particularly described as Mlows.
lo-wlt: All the real property of said
Astoria Htreet Hallway Company, Us
rights of way, easements and appurte.
nances; all Its railroad and street rail
way In the city of Astoria and In said
county of Clatsop, tho roadbed, tracks,
poles. Hues, lines of wire, overhead
construction, engines, machinery, dy.
tiaitloS. Uellel-Al.trM ..l,.lrl.. ........ .....
Register, I other electrical apparatus, and all tool
" Implements, all rolling stock, cars
EXnClTOR'S NOTICE. equipments; all leaseholds, alt build-
logs, car houses, power houses and oih.
Notice Is herebv clvrn that Hie un. vr structures: all licenses, rliihts. tirlv.
d.'rslicncd hua !.-, ti l.v il,d e.iiiiww H' geS and fianchlai'S aniwi lulnln l
court of Clulsop county. Oregon, duly "'x-ve uienlloiied property, or
appointed executor of th last will and uw,,rJ r b-'noglng to said railway
testament of Eveline Slfcrte. deceased: v , ,, ""' "r " "r t which It has any
and that said will has been duly prov- r'nl u" ur Inter -at: all things In ao
en and admitted lo probate by said l,'"tracl, claims and demands,
court. "d all and singular, all the property.
All persons having claims ssnlnal T1' Personal and mixed owned at ths
Hie estate of said deceased must pre- "ate pf said mortgage or thereafter
sent the same, duly verified, to the nt4ulr-l by said railway company as
undersigned, at ths office of llnrrlson wH' lww " equity, and the In
Alien, attorney at law, room 7, Page '' i rvwnucs. rents, issues and pro-
NOTICE FOR rUHLICATION.
Ijind Offlce at Oregon City Oregon.
June 18. Iixai.
Notice Is hereby given that the fol
lowing named s.-ttler bus filed notice of
his Intention to make final proof In
import of his claim, and that said
proof will be mnde before the County
Clerk of Clatsop County at Astoria,
I'regon, on July ju. iswo. vis:
II. E. No. 1I5SS. fur the lots 9, 10, It
nn. I io. secllon if, t 4 N. It s W.
He nnuiea the following witnesses to
prove tils continuous res deuce uuon
How. of Tush, Oregon; Alb.-rt Hill, of
i usii, I'rcgnn,
t'll AHI.ES II. MOdRES.
When people are eontemniatln
trip, whe;her on buslnesa or pleasure,
they naturally want tha K. ...tZl
obtainable as far as speed, comfort and
safety I concerned. Employes of the
.. -ciiiau 1.1 N.b are
riu io nerve tne puDiio and our trains
are operated so as to make close con
nections with dlverelna- lln. .it
I'ullman 1'alace SlMnlna- mnA fh.i.
. , , " r m x. Ltmi i
van un inrougn trains.
Dining car service unexcelled. Meals
oi-i icu a i cane.
In order to obtain tha flrt.eia. ....
vlc?vMk the Uck" ent ,0 ii yon
The Wisconsin Central Lines.
and you will make direct connection! at
oi. raui ror umcago, Milwaukee and
all points East
For any further Information rail nn
any ticket agent, or correspond with
JA8. C. FOND. Oen. Pass. Agt.
or JA3. A. CLOCK. Milwaukee. Wis.
216 Stark St.. Portland. Or.
ASTORIA AND COLUMBIA
Leave. """" PORTLAND ArrtT
00 s. m.fportlsnd Union Dpot,ff:l s m"
:65 p. m.lfor Astoria and lnter-1 :40p.m
. I A8TORLC I
7.4Ba.m.lFor Portland A In-Hf aar
y.m.nci icctnaie points it:np.nx
iniildliig. in Astortii, Oregon, within
six in initis rr. in this dnte.
ALHERT F. BIFERTE.
Exei iili.r of the Last Wilt and Testa
nient of Kvellll,! Hlferte, Iieceaaed
Dated this 11th duy of June, 1SO0.
Notice Is hereby given, that the un-
uis or saia proiwrty; and with the
right to the purchaser of sold property
Io succeed to and enjoy all the rights,
privileges. Immunities, fraiul.la.a an.l
all licenses, corporate or otherwise of
said railway company, being the entire
and complete railroad and street rail
way plain and property of said Company.
Ihe street railway of suld rail war
J a a an iiiiii hid Ull' I .. a ' r
dri-slgned. administrator of the estate , ,, 1 , u,ln" ul'tantlally on the
of J. W. Mlnaker. Jweased. has BW '-mi,n ?nJ . V" ,lho ful!u'-
in the county cour: of the state of ,7 ".,. v " ,,r Astoria.
t'regon for Clatsop rounty, his final
account as such administrator, and the
same lias ucn st for hearing Mon
day, the 16th day of July, llHn, at 10
o'clock a. m at the county court rooms
at tne court house, in the City of As
toria, in uatsop county. Oregon.
Resinning at Ihe lnferw-!l.m e
touri street With Washington street,
runtdng I hence eojiterly on Said Court
tret to West Fifth street; thence
southerly on said West Fifth street
to Cedar street; thence easterly on said
All' persons Interested 'in said estate -Vd.n.r ,n"'t ,0 Halim.n street; thence
are hereby notlrted to then and there 7, . ) Pr V on imon street to
appenr nnd show cause. If any. why .." 7" "ence easterly on
the said final account shoul
allowed and the personal prone
longing to said estate distributed,
ttilmlfilatrnlni i1l.,ha rvmA .n.l
bondsmen exoneratil. .y crossing said block sixteen
8. 8. GORDON, Augur street and block seventeen
Administrator of the Estate of J. W. L ' lu "tt,J Vurl ot UlPr As(orla to
any why ""''I'! "treel; thence easterly on
ild liot be r,n''J ,i'',Ll'K' lo th "Me
operty be- 1 h "rest tbolng th, south
Ibuted. th 7 "n8.,"t l,w:k 'leen (1) In the
and his n ot l l'l)rr Astoria); thence north-
Dated this sth day of June,
round street; thence easterly on said
round street to Uonnevllla av.nut'
thence northerly on soJJ li.M.nnviii.
avenue to Third street: and thenre
easterly on mild Third Htreet to Dick
inson avenue, with the -side traeka
Notice Is hereby given that r.ursuatit Itches and brunches belonging or
to an order made and entered In the appertaining thereto.
county court of the state of Oregon I property now owned by said
for Clatsop county on the JOth day of railway company, and hereby adver-
April. 1900, the undersigned admlnle- J'd for sslo consists of those certain
Irntor of the estate of I'. W. Coleman, lots, tracts or tiercels of real nr, merit,
deceased, will on Monday, the 9th day 'V'" between and situate In Clatsop
of July, 1900, at the hour of two o'clock county, state of Oregon, particularly
p. m.. In front of the court house door described as follows, towR:
at tho city of Astoria. In Clatsop coun- A" of lots two (2), three (3), four (4).
IV. statH of Oreiron. offer fop nil. and nine (0). ten (10) anil eleven (111 1.
sell at 'auction to the highest bidder blo'lt numbered two (2) In Shlvoly's
for cash, all of the following described Astoria (now In the corporate limits of
real estate situated In suld county, to- ,h cty of Astoria.)
wit: And also nil of lot two (2) In block
The north half of the southwest nuar. numbered two (2) In Fort of Conor As
ter, and the west half of the southeast lorln, (now In tho corporate limits of
quarter of Hcetlon number on., m. In said city of Astoria.)
Township six (6), north of Range nine Reference being had herein to the re
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6:54 12:13 Lv wsrrenton.. :'
a.m. I p. m.
fiT m II Jti aeasyto
haul a tut;
S.J Joad up a
LV hie hill if
MICA Axli Grsaca
0t a box tn.1 Icm wti i.
Ik-hI Kn aw evnr put on an ajle.
Sold evfrrtnlnem, Md l,
BTANUAKO oil. CO.
liL?!001 A r- -i: 8"ssjd. , . .
SPECIAL SEASIDE 8UNDAT TRAIN
weaves Astoria at 6:60 a. m.i arrives at
Seaside 9:4ft a. n.
Passengers may return on anr tr.i.,
shown on schedule on same date.
ALL TRAINS to and from 8askle rvs
ot Flavel and Hammond rla Warrtn.
All trains make close connections at
Qoble with all Northern PsctUo trslna
to ana rrora the east or Bound nolnts.
At Portland wHh all trains lesvln.
At Astoria with I. R. tc N. Co.'s bo.,
and rail line to and from Ilwsco ar.d
North Beach points.
THROUO' TICKETS on sals at As.
(orla for .amsnli flna Pr.n,i.. .i
Kafitern and Kuropcan points. ' '
City ticket offloe AstorU, 624 "nmer.
rial street. J. c. MATO.
Oen'l Fr't and Pass. Ageni
WHITE COLLAR LINE
Columbia niver and Puget Sound Nav
Bailey Oatzert leaves Astoria dally
except Sunday at 7 p. m.
Leaves PorVand dally except Bun
day at 7 a. m
White Collar Line tickets and O. R.
& N. tickets Interchangeable on Dalley
Gatzert and Hassalo.
A. J. TAYLOR, Astoria, Agt.
U. B. SCOTT, Telephone UL
(9), west of the Willamette meridian.
I'ati'd at Aslor a. Orvs-on. this first
uuy or .nay, im,
C. W. FULTON.
TIMBER LAND NOTICE.
corded nnd established maps and plats
oi sum nmveiys Asioria and Port of
l pper Astoria.
Together with all and singular the ten.
ements. hereditaments and appurte
nances belonging, or In any wise ap
pertaining to suld lots, tracts or par
cels of real property;
Being all und slmrular (h nrnnnriw
of said defendant corporation. Tha
Astoria Street Railway Company, real,
personal or mixed; and all rights, priv
ileges, Immunities and frnn.hl...
owned by said company.
Ana notice is hereby further given
that I Will offer for sale and anil ail
said property above descrlbod. real.
personal and mixed, and said premises,
rights, privileges and franchises and
United States Land Office, Oregon City,
uregon, April is, two.
Notice Is hereby given that !n com
pllance with the provisions of the act
of congress of June 1, 1878, entitled
An act for the sale of timber lands
In the states of California, Oregon,
Nevada, and Washington territory,"
as exienaeu to an tne putnio land
states by act of August 4. 1892, Sarah
L. linttf.m nf .T.urnll t
son. stat of Circa,, h.. (hi. ,i. fli.4 immunities of every kind and ileserln
In this office her sworn statement No. i1"" "ovrcd by said mortgage of May
6179, for the purchase of the NWK of lm wht!ther owned by said defend
section No. 18, In township No. 6 N. ant at tnB rtate ot a'd mortgage or
range No. 6 W and will offer proof 0 I since acnuirou, in one parcel, to satisfy
snow mat tne land sought Is more val- I . u Ju"H"ieiu, uens, costs ana accru
Uable for Its Mmhee nr atnn. than n. Ing COStS. ,
agricultural purposes, and to estab- llonds secured by said mortgage and
Ilsh her claim to said land before the "Vl,rrtuo coupons belonging thereto will
register and receiver of this office at r9 roct''v'd on account of any amount
uregon Uty, Oregon, on Saturday, the ulu ,u 11,118 as provided In said de
7th day of July, 1900. She nameg as m'e and oril"r "f '.
wllnpflsea: C A. fnnr.TnnT?!
John Corcoran, of Vine Maple, Oregon n,;r,,,vei' ' Astoria Street Railway
James. W. Walker, of 'swell. Ores-on. Company.
Isanc N. Foster, of Jewell. Oreiron.
nernaru a. jonnson or Jewell Oregon,
Any and all persons claiming ad
versely the above-descrlbea lands are
requested to file their claims In this
ontce on or before said 7th day of July.
1900. CHAS. B. MOORE8.
s a vi
eso tiny Capsulfig are luDanorl
C"ubebs or Injections" and nmnSl
CURE IN 48 H0URSl"WJ
the sama diseases with-V Xl
,oft fr alt ftrtirrfi't.
NOTICH FOR PUBLICATION.
Land Offlco at Oregon City, Or., May
n,i l trvj.
Notice In herebv alvon thnf th. i.
lowing-named settler has tiled notice
of his Intention to make final proof In
support of his claim, and that ni.i
proof will bo mado before the county
clerk of Clatsop County, at Astoria,
Strangers visiting in tne. citv will find v" :", " 4 V. I ''..vl?'
the I).ivre au attractive resort wherein if ' r ,1'"I."lw.u u: ...
to spend I the. evoniiiR. The Ammo Histors HH nuarter, NK fimirter of HIS nuar"
Lndice' Orclicslrn is still nn the bills and ter and SI) quarter of N13 quarter of
presents nightly a musical niorrrnm of section 9, T 6 N. It 10 W.
exceptional merit, Handsome pool and ,,e ntimes the following witnesses to
billiard rooms are a feature in connection Prove J11" continuous residence upon
Ooorge Irwin, of HenBldo, Oregon; Phil
Ip M. Condlt, of Seaside, Oregon.
(J1IA3. B, MOORISH), .
billiard rooms an-a fimtiire in coiinuclion pr , continuous resldei
with the house. Mutable lnnchea will anj ,hUl va',!.?," ot ald lam1'
tie serve.1 at all nours ron t.L. l.T""'. Df
fn! James Irwin, of Seasld
J. A. Fastabend,
Dr. T. N. Hull
C7J CommerolU Street,
Over Bchlussel'g Clothtn Store.