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THE MOUSING ASTOKIAN, TICSDAT, JAXl'ART' 8, 1901.
AMMl CIBBATM GALE
NOW IN PuLlJ FORCE
JWt ininH thin opportunity to jmrcliasu First Quality
I)ry UoNut WJtOLBSALE i'KK'l'X: . . . .
All contntcU for ittlvcrtiHUK In
tha Alinlati ura Hindu on n Rimr
tutted of circulation four time,
luritcr I him llml of nny purer
fubllnlii'd or circulated In OuU
PORTLAND. Jan, .-Orgon, rain,
wifh mow In funlliltlN nnil mi'hjii-
talns; Washington and IiUIio. rntn or
L .... . ., ..' .'..1
i. . j. i
KiU'-im Will, of lkf p lllvcr, was In
J iter tity yesterday.
Mm. Lan. of Portland, la registered
at i lir Atir House,
Captain JUny llnnlitm la confined to
Ilia hum by Hlnea.
Jainr Winter, of Portland, Is regis
tered at the Occident.
F. n. link, of Hc-aii k, was In th
city on uuslue yesterday.
Peat 15-cent rural. Ttlatnf nun Res
taurant. 613 Commercial at reel.
II. M. Kdmlston. f McMlnnvllle, I
register! at the Parkr llous.
Jeffs rvataurant tha largest and
test. A trial will cnvlnoa yuu.
Mr. I. Cohen ami Ml Harriet Cohen
have guno a vliilt to I'ortluml.
Tha steam schooner Despatch Irfl out
for Kan Francisco Sunday morning.
Th Occident barbershop anl bath
la tha placo to go for flrst-claaa work,
Mm. K. C. llTrrn, of Pal-m. ta a
guest of Mr. and Mm. Jnmra W, Wolch,
C. II. COOPER'S GREAT ANNUAL
BALK I NOW UN. DON'T WISH IT.
Where do you gt your Sunday din
ner? I take mlns at tha Central HotsL
Captain A. R. Heard hn taken com
mand of tha atramrr Claudn II, Han
thorn. SAIJ! IB NOW ON CO MR F.ATILT
ANI HIX't.'ltK HOME OF TIIK HAH
OA1N8. t.'mory Whit and JniiH-a Q. Wsltare,
of MlnnruHlt, am ruUt-rrd at th
I1EST 18-CRNT MEAL;
LOW PRICES ON OVERCOATS
SWELL TOP OVERCOAT
UROB UNO OP TMI JB 0ARMRNT4
MAMS IN KRPUCT TVUl
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Clot tllp LUOfc fM lJti jMM"
Extraordinary low prices will be
made on all broken lines. First cost
will not be considered
H. o. 'Johnson rrtiirio-d on tha noon
trnln yesterday nun a business trip
Kvr.itYTMiNO nnnATir tieduc
Poll 71111 NEXT THlRTf DAYS
Cha. A. Payne, acsoolnto editor of
lh Chinook Observer, was In the city
yislrrday oil business,
Ncbo Damlro, rf th Postal Telegraph
ouVe. ha returned frrnn a tn-dayi
vacation trip to Seattle,
i i. i
J. E. Tlbbltx. who lt wanted In A
tori fur liineny, ha been arrested
'In Portland f.,r forgery.
A. 11, Nlrki-raon, of Tai-oina, la In
tha city the iit of HiipiTlnO?nilnt
llulfT nf tha Lioiaop niiia,
Thou dmlrln l"ii I" florutlon
may call on Mm. Fruncni l'nrtlow. 310
Hixih nwi, cor, rmnkiiii ave.
ivputy County CUrk Clinton rrturn
d on Hnturday from a wwkn' vacation
In Portland and JCaan-rn urfgon.
Tha rtrltuh bark Attmrana, with a
riu-a-o of whrat for Quinatown for or
der, wa towed to -a on numlny.
Hank Iititalla a down from Prt
land yeatrrriay In th Intprvata of lh
firm wiih w hich he la iuw loniiei im
C. II. WhTlr. of NVhalem, la In th
city on hla way honw from I'ortland
with hla company a new tuir ami biirg.'
Th eamhl llraemar. lately In thla
port, la dua to arrlv on tha Round
Iroiii Yokohama won an oneniai rarao,
H. U Connor, of MoMlnnvlllc. deputy
nroaeruttnir attorney of l aiuhlil roun
ty, ui In lh city yeiterday on K-al
Th Conmopoiia Improvfinrnt PocU-ty
la aallatini: the nuetlon of conxtruot'
In a atate rad from Oraya Harbor
to th Columbia rivrr.
Tlie blif German training' sliip Htritv
In Kophla Charlotte waa towed to aea
on BiinJay artmo.n. na caroea a car-
ao of itraln for turope.
The Ilwaro and Fort Strvena eleven!
played a Rama of football on the lat
ter' a arounda Sunday afternoon, (he
aoldiem wimilnr by a acor of 10 to 0.
Ilaker City hna taken alvantae of
the park act. and at tha recent elec
tion In that city the proportion waa
rarrtcd by a lante majority. Judir
bkh haa been notinert thai tne propo-
aitlon earned and hla appointment of
I he five memtiera of the commlnalon la
Fornisr price $13.60
TAN COVERT TOP COAT
Former price $22.50
OXFORD CRAY Overcoat
Formor price $20.00
MEN'S FRIEZE ULSTERS
Formor price $15.00
Former prico $2.75
Tha only ral aatata tramtfrr record
ed yrHlertluy wu that of I'Jtta M. I'ot
ler to Mary L. Hurt, of lot
1, 2, , 10 and 11, blotk t, Koacdala
In tha Juatloe court yi-itrday aftr
nm.n tha caaa aKainat Chin WJnK,
( huiitrd wHh aaaault and baltory, waa
(llHinlMH'd upon the payiint of the c')'-t
by tha di'fendant,
Cream Pure Uyt. tmarira'a flneat
whlxkv. 'I'hrt unlv nura gooda; guar
anteed rl'h and mellow. JOHN L.
C'AllLBON, Bolt A aunt.
' John A. Montgomery has opened a
hop at i'il llnd Btr t and la pr pared
to do all 'ltt"wa of plumbing and tin
ning at th lowitt poaalble rule.
rtoitlyn coal loata longer, la cleaner
and makei leaa trouble with eUiv-a and
chimney lluea than any other, (leorge
W, Hanboru, annul, Tolephona 121 L
The China Mutual ateamiililp Kalnow
arrrlved down tha river Hun'luy after
niMn and went to the Oua Company'
dock, where aha la taking nn 2M tona
of coal. Hhe expect to leave out to
day. The Tewniera' Union will hold Ita
regul'tr met-tiiig at lUnthorn'a ball, on
TuetKluy evening, January I. All m in-iM-m
are requested to be pr-amt aa
bualnew of Importance la to be Irana
The KaUow, now tuklng on cowl at
the Oaa Compnny'a dock, I despatched
by Kerr, Clifford & Co., and goea to Bt.
Vincent for ordera. hhe carrlea a cargo
of W.ZVj buxtK-la nf wheat, valued at
A. M. Miller, who haa been with tha
Conn Drug Comixuiy for aoma lime
puM, haa n'algned hla poalthm here and
left on Sunday to accept a position
with ttw Cltlaena National Hank at
The order of Hoo Hooa will hold an
Incantation In thla city on or about
January 2t, when a number of log
roller and pem li-puiihera will be made,
acquainted with the raynterlea of the
Mr. Davldnon, third officer of the
American transport Aiheiiian. while the
vr-l waa lying at Taku, accidentally
Kwallowei a imiill Japnneae trmhpick
and died from the efTecta In a very
An apr-eal haa b-n 'taken In the
i i.e of rt. NnrniiU- vi. the O. It. & N.
Co.. In which he waa awarded damugea
In the iuir. of $?0Q for the loaa of a
muio through the negligence of the
It'a a gentleman'! whltkey. a pure
dellcloua beverage and a gnmd appetl
ier. Don't forget the name. "I. W.
Harper" whlnkey. The kind your
grandfather uM." Fold by F ard and
Hlokea Co., Aatorla, Ore.
An order waa made In probate court
reatnrday confirming the aale of prop
erty of the eatate of William F. Hax
ter. d!ased. The mine order waa
made In the matter of tho real eatate
of the late Timothy Sullivan.
The funeral of the late Mm. Henry
Kindred waa held yeaterday morning
at 10:30 o clock. The aervlcea were
conducted by ltev. Wm. Seymour Short
and were attended by many of her
f rlenda and by niemtw ra of the I. O. O.
F. and A. O. U. W. The Interment waa
In the I. O. O. F. cemetery at Sklpanon.
Three expert engineer! have been went
by the Great Northern railroad to the
Cascade tunnel, where they are to make
Inveatlgatlnna and report on tho beat
nieana to do away with the amoke, coal
una and amut nulaancea. which are a
great detriment to the perfect working
of thla Immenae tunnel.
A aecurely packed consignment of to
tem polea from Rltka, Aluaka, for the
Free Museum of Liverpool, e.ngiana.
will bo ahlpped aboard Dodwell A Co.'a
(teamahlp Ulenturrvt, from the pound.
The totem polea were purrhaaed In
Alnaka, and will be placed among the
permanent exhibits of the muaeum.
Frofcaaor K. L. Washburn, of the
ntologlcal Labratory of the University
of Oregon, haa a long article In yea
terday'a Oregonlan on Eastern oyater
ulture In Yuqulnn bay. He haa made
an exhaustive atudy of the subject and
thinks they can be raised there very
profitably II the right means are re
Captain Archie Pease, the river pilot.
waa down yesterday from Portland to
meet the steamship Mlloa. The orien
tal, howtver, failed to show up. She
was due to arrive In here aeverai days
ago, aa U also the steamship Eva, but
Is probably delayed by the heavy eaa
terly galea that have been quite pre
A contract for the manufacture, of
POO.OOO cigar boxes monthly for Manila
factories has been ofiered to l acoma
ueonK Ncne of the factories there at
present are capable of handling such
a large contract, but one or two firm
have the matter under consideration
and may equip their planta so as to
make the acceptance or this contract
A Gorman sailor by the name of H.
Peterson died at the hospital Sunday
morning of pneumonia. He ran away
from the German bark Alsterufer while
that vessel was In Portland and had
since been In the sailor boarding bouse
of Kenney & Lynch from which place
ho was taken to the hospital on tunnay
morning. He died about half an hour
after reaching the hospital.
The revenue cutter Commodore Per
ry took on a quantity of coal at San
born's yesterday afternoon and dropped
own to Fort Stevens toward evening.
She will wait favorable weather and
then leave out on a cruise up the North
oust. She expected to leave out last
evening but the aspect of things out-
Ide was anything but Inviting and
her departure was delayed till this
morning, at least.
Secretary of State F. I. Dunbar was
t his office In the capltol. for a short
time Friday afternoon for the first time
since he was taken 111 nearly a month
ago, He was very pale and weak and
remained but a half hour, when he re
turned to hla home, announcing that he
would not return to woi;k for at least
a week. With good care Mr. Dunbar
will recover rapidly now, but will not
be able to do much hard work for
some time to come.
L. B. Egbert, a switchman In the
employ of the Northern Pacific Termin
al Company, was InBtantly killed at the
Union depot in Portland on Sunday af
ternoon, He stepped between two ves
tlbuled cam for the purpose of adjust
ing hoir.e porelon of the automatic
coupling, when the cars cams together.
His face was caught Just above the
coupling bumpera When the car were
separated he was dead. He leaves a
widow and one child.
Nxt FrHay evening the Colored
Arlsiorracy Company, ronslatlng of 25
lady and gentlemen artiaia, will ap
pear at Flsner'a opera houne In an
Bvmring of mg-tlrn carnival, mln
fcirolsy, burlesque and vaudlvlite. Tfc
company la a good one and knepa the
audience In roara of laughter with their
rwflned entertainment. The artlnts are
lectd from tha best In the profession.
The rwwrved iM-at sale open Thuraday
morning at Grillln Itecd'a.
Mm. France Partlow, f-acher of elo
cution, haa concluded to remain here
for another term, owing to the many
applications from i,oplo who are In
terwited In the advancement of their
talented children. Mra. Partlow la a
graluate of the Chicago conservatory
of dramatic elocution. Her skilled tutel
age Is highly recommended by the
'.eachfrrJ of elocution and profensom of
different schools and collegia In Ore
gon, where her work haa been exhi
bited In home talent entertainment,
The Norman Isle., which haa been
lying at I'ortland something over a
month on account of smashing her tro
peller In trying to turn around In tha
narrow river there, at Inst ready to
leave and waa cleared by the Pacific
Kxport Lumber Company taiurduy, for
Khanglial, with one of the lirgcut lum
ber cargoea ever floated on the globe,
nhi: carries 17l plecee of dn-ased lum
ber and 37,13 pieces of tough, a tUl
of 2.M7.143 feet, and t bundles of
luth. the cargo being- valued at 129,-
J. A. Morrhead, of Nahcotta. Is un
demtood to have clnaed a deal at
South lWid with C. C. Dalton, aa at
torney for H. A. S'-aborg, whereby the
Morrison hof l building and practically
all of the Bealand townslte becomes
the proirty of Mr. Morehead. This
deal definitely ends the old rivalry be
tween the townslt of Naticotta and
Bealand which In boom times wa de-ciit-d)y
sultry but of late haa cooled off.
Mr. Loomla having had control of the
Nahcotta property and Mr, 8aborg of
the "-aland property.
Tb Cerman hlp Alice wa cleared
from Portland yesterday morning by
the i'ortland Grain Company for
'Jueenstoun or Falmouth for ordet.
Hhe carries 119J bUHhela of wheat,
vilued at pS9,4ol). The Alice waa not
deaatched with any great rapidity,
having b-en In the river for nearly a
month. The Irltlnh ahlp Scottish litle
waa also cleared y aterday. She wa
iU-Ht,atched bv Hairour. uutnrte a io..
and carries 1186K5 buhels of wheat,
valued at ICT.fM. The Scottish Iale
also jfojsj for irdm.
The new tug Geo. It. Vosburg
and the barg C. H. Wheeler. r"cent
ly built at Fortland for the Wheeler
i raimiMirtatlon Company at wenaiem,
arrived down the river and moored to
the Oregon Round Lumber Company'a
dock at the foot of Seventh street. The
tug is a well built craft although rath
er small for ocean work as sne Is dec
lined for towing barges, etc.. to San
Francisco from Nehalem and other
const points. The barge is an excep
tlonally strong one, although an odd'
looking affair. The tug will leave out
with the barge,, this morning for Ne
If the plans of the lighthouse board
meet the approval of congress and the
necessary approprlatlona are made at
tiie present session, the rocky and. tn
some places, narrow and dangerous
passagea leading through the Alexan
(W archipelago to Juneau and Skag
way will soon be lined with fourteen
lighthouses and rendered comparative
ly afe for navigation on the most fog'
gy day or the darkest night These
same plans also contemplate the equip
ment of the remainder of the coast
of Alaska with llghthuses st all point
where necessity exist and there Is suf
flclent commerce to warrant the xpen
diture. BUSINESS FOR 8 ALE.
Good general merchandise business.
Beet opening on Columbia river. Good
reasons for selling. Address,
J. D. M'FARLANE.
WOMAN'S RELIEF CORPS TEA.
On Wednesday, Jan. 8. an afternoon
and evening tea will be given by rush
ing Corps; No. J, Woman's Relief Corps
of Oregon, at the house of Mm. Pauline
Ziegler. No. 314 Seventeenth street
Good music, fish-ponds and other at
traction are provided for.
in soliciting the patronage of the
nubile, the oillcers and members of the
W. R. C. feel that It Is only due to
those who have always responded so
kindly to their call, to give a partial
list of disbursements for the year
To the needy poor in Astoria. In
clothing and money, $18.75.
Groceries to poor, i.
To Soldiera' Home, at Roseburg,
Also donations to the following Insti
The Galveston fufferera; National
Women Relief Corps' Home for Wo
men: National Council of Women:
Oregon monument fund: Ellsabtth Rops
monument fun 1 and other. The corps
also presented tho local post with a
magnificent silk flag,' with embroidered
stars, costing 45.
EATING FOR TWO
it may be for three.
A new mother, or about-to-
be mother, should keep herself
up to the highest possible level
of health and supply, and begin
far back. Live generously
Whatever is good for her
comfort and health, let her
have it; whatever is bad for
her comfort or health, avoid it
Almost without exception,
Scott's emulsion of cod-liver
oil is a needed help ; and gen
erally a very important help.
We'll tend yon a little to try If yon IDce.
SCOTT A BOWNE, 40a Psvl Wrtet, N York,
Common Council Mt Acordlng to Ilule
Vtuiftrday at Noon Committees
A provided by the charter In the
event of admitting newly elected mem
bers to the council the city fathers met
at noon yesterday to formally Install
the new member and ai'Oolnt cmmlt
tee fof the ensuing term. Probably
on account of the fact that several of
the member of the old council wr
largely Interested In their diniKT t
about that hour but a bare quorum
of five turned out. Ex-Countllman
Ooddard, having gone throuKb his term
of mourning once fWld to show up
and that predicted farewell address did
not mateiiallxe. '?h othr counciimen
absent mere Cook, 8 vena, n and Par
ker. The reading of th? mayor4 m'-si-ase
was iKwtpone.i until the regular meet
ing on Friday night.
Mayor Hvrgmnn appointed Messrs.
Agren, IJrl and Si.-tierneckau aa a com
mittee on credentials, and ths commit
tee reported that City Attorney Smith
nd Councilman Ilan.-n( L'tzinger and
Wrlghi were entitled to seat. The
gentlemen were than formally Installed.
Mr. WrlKht waa esrted to his seat
by Councilman Agren, at the mayor's
A resolution was Introduced by Coun
cilman Bthernctkau directing that the
regular meeting of the council during
thn year U'Jl be held at 7:29 p. m on
the first and third Mondays of each
month, except that the flrn regular
meeting ehali be Vdd at 7:30 p. in. on
Friday, January 11. The n-silutlon al
to provide that In case the first or
third Monday of any month falls on a
legal holiday, the meeting shall be held
ion th following Tuesday. It a
Mnyr P-enrman announced the ap
pointment of the various siandln? com
mittee to wve during the ensuing
yer as follows:
Ways and Means Mews. Schernec
knu, Prix and Parker.
Health and Police Meer. Erlx, Cook
Street and Public Ways Msr.
t.'tslnper. Agnn and Cook. .
Fire and Water Messrs. Hannen.
Wrlrht and Svenson.
PubMo Property Messrs: Parker,
H'-riS'Ti and WrlKht.
Wharv-s and W atTfrontage Messra
Sven-n, Agren and Scherneckau.
PAKIS EXHIBITION PRIZES.
The United States received more
prises at the Paris exposition than any
other nation, except France. The total
being ISsl. It Is also a remarkable
fact, that though the inhabitants of
every other country suffer from diges
tive troubles, and though every cilme
offer me allevlattve therefrom. !t
remains for America to produce an ab
solutely reliable remedy for such con
mon dlseas-. This remedy la Hostet
ter' Stomach Bitters. Half a century
ago. It waa placed upon the market,
and from that day to this. It has nev
er been equalled. It haa an almost
unparalleled record for the cure of dys
pepsia. Indigestion constipation, sick
headache, sour stomach, belc hing, heart
burn, nervousness, fatigue, insomnia,
or any other disturbance of the stom
ach. Be sure to give It a trial.
OREGON WILL EXHIBIT.
Her Commissioners Visit Buffalo A. J.
Johiibon of This City Talks of
Timber and Mineral Wealth.
Mews. A. T. Tifft and A. J. John
son and Colonel Henry E. Dosch, were
tecent visitors in Buffalo and at the
grounds of the Pan-American exposi
tion. They are members of the Pan
American commission for the state of
Oregon, ard their mission in Buffalo
related to the exhibit of this state at
the exposition. They were greatly pleas
ed with the prospects for the success
of the nxpositlon and impressed with
the opportunity existing for Oregon to
display it resources. Messrs. Johmon
and Dosch were commlalsoners for
'Jrciron at the Columbian and Omaha
expositions. Col. Dosch is commission
er of the Oregon state board of agri
culture, and Mr. Johnson Is a forestry
exp-:rt, and is connected with the Unit
ed States geological survey. Speaking
of the prospocts for an exhibit from
Oregon, Mr. Johnson said:
"The state of Oregon will be on the
flriii- line when the exposition opens,
and I assure you w will not be lack
In 111 a single detail. We carried the
sweepstakes 3t the Columbian exposi
tion, and repeated the success at the
frans-Misslssippl exposition at Omaha.
We intend to do the same at this ex-
Dosltlon, only more of It. We propose
to make this the banner exhibit cf any
yet made by the state.
' Oregon is placed in rather a peculiar
position. WTe have few manufactories
nnd establishments of that kind, but
on the other hand we have great for
estry, mining, horticultural, agricultur
al and other facilities, and when the
matter Is Investigated I think you will
find that we have our share of the
manufacturing enterprises of the ex
tremc west. With all these you can
readily see what we can accomplish at
"We propose to exhibit In eight dif
ferent departments, not flimsy little In
significant exhibits, but good, substan
tial displays such as will reflect credit
to our state and to your exposition
''Flrat In Importance is the forestry
exhibit. Tou may all boast of your big
manufactories, your mammoth depart
ment stores, your great commercial In
terests in general, but we claim the
largest trees and the greatest variety
v"f snme to be found in any state In the
Union. They are, to be exact, 144 varie
ties of trees and shrubbery which we
Intend t bring to the Pan-American
exposition. One feature of this display
will be a tree about 15 feet In diameter
and so long that it will require four
large flat cars to transport It.
"Understand, we have larger trees,
but railroads cannot carry thorn. We
have trees nearly 20 feet in diameter.
but they are too large to be trans
ported. When this display arrives in
Buffalo It will be put together and will
be shown In Its original form. In ad
dition to this, we wilt have about 100
exhibits of polished wood9 from trees
that grow in our forests."
MRS. M. J. KINNEY.
Brief Sketch of the Life of This Promi
nent Temperance Worker.
Mrs. Narclasa Edith White Kinney.
state president of the Woman's Chris
tian Temperance union, the announce
ment of whose death at Portland was
made In Sunday morning's Astorian,
was widely known as a temperance
She waa born In Grove City. Fa, in
Ju!v 1M her sn"1 tr.r pff, .
Irish. She waa a direct descendant or
Adam Wallace, -who was burned to
death In Scotland for his relbxlous be
lief. She was reared in the Lnlted
Presbyterian faith, and early became a
worker on behnlf of (emix'-am-. When
still quite young she b-riro superin
tendent of the ivllnboro Union School,
In Nsw Eri. Pa. While there she as
sisted In bringing the Importance of
scientific temperance teaching to the
attention of the stnia legislature Hhe
Joined the White i'.ll-bon orK'inUttinn
In 1(S89, and txvwne president of the
local union at Grove City. In ISM sh
was sent to Washington Territory, to
Bii ft, W. C. T, II. in securing tem
perance legislation, and to her effort
the success of local option wa largely
due, as the liquor advocate put up
a strong opposition.
in IMS Mis Whit was married to M.
J. Kinney, of Astoria, and about a y.ir
ago the family moved to Portland. Mr.
and Mrs. Kinney helped to organize
and maintain a Chautauqua association
in uregon, ami air. r.inny crcame n 1
first secretary. Mr. Kinney donated
ground ar.d auditorlunn worth 1 200 to;
the organization, while Mrs, Kinney,.
gift have atfrfrated over P'."0.
Mrs. Kinney's death was painless. Phe
was striken with paralysis rrlliyj
morning and wan only con-lou at in
terval until her death. Although not
considered erl'usly III she hud bt-"n in
poor health for about two y am.
The funeral services will take place
at Portland on Wednesday at W o'clock
a. m. The Interment will also be
at that place.
The regular annual meeting of the
stockholder of the Alaska Fishermen's
Packing Company will be held at the
office of the companr. Astoria, Oregon,
on Wednesday the 9th day of January,
1901, at the hour of 2 o'clock p. m. for
the purpose of electing a board of di
rectors to erve for the ensuing year,
and the transaction nf such other busi
ness a may com before the meeting.
' ADVERTISED LETTERS. -
Li.st of letters remaining uncalled for
In the pogr office at Astoria, Oregon:
Anderson, Huld Gardiner, Slurry
J,trks.n, Mrs. Kals?
Brown, Mrs. J. A.
Lone. Col. T. S.
Poults. J. F.
Bob.-rts. Ml Tre?t
NCrTICS IS IIEREBT GIVEN
That a certificate of the completion of
the improvement of Tnth street from
the south line of Exchange street to
the north line of Franklin avenue, and
from the south line of Franklin ave
nue to the north line of Grand avenue.
In McClure's Astoria by N. Clinton and
Son, contractors, under the provisions
of ordinance No. 2.9, of the City of
Astoria, haa been duly filed with the
NINTH STREET FROM THE NORTH LINE OF BOND STREET TO THE
SOUTH LINE OF ASTOR STEEET.
Notice is hereby given that the assessment made by ordinance No. 2S72, of the
City of Astoria, Oregon, entitled "An ordinance coiifirmlng special assessmtnt
roll No. 38 for the Improvement of Ninth Btreet from, the north line of Bond
strcft to the south line of Astor strut" approved Dec. 27, 1Xi. will be due and
uavable In United States gold coin at the otfice of the city treasurer on Janu
ary IS, and If not ao paid at said time the Common Council will order
warrants Issued for the collection of the same.
The assessment Is a follows:
BOELLEN'G. V Undivided one-third of lot 3. block
9, town of Astoria, as laid out by
John McClure H3 It
BOELLJNG, V Undivided one-third of lot 4, block
9. town of Astoria, as laid out by
John McCiure 40 tt
BOELLING, V Undivided one-third of lot 5, block
I t 1 9, town of Astoria, as laid out by
joni aic. lur 40 M
BOELLING. V Undivided one-third of lot J. block
9, town of Astoria, as laid out by
John MoClure 13 5
BOELLING, ELIZA Undivided one-third of lot 3, block
9, town of Astoria, as laid out by
John McClure 13 55
BOELLING, ELIZA ......Undivided one-third of lot 4, block
9, town of Astoria, as laid out by
John McClure 40 (5
BOELLING, ELIZA Undivided one-third of lot 5, block
. , , 9, town of Astoria, as laid out by
' j '.','! John McClure 40 65
BOELLING, ELIZA Undivided one-third of lot 6, block
1 , ; , 9. town of Astoria, as laid out by
John McClure 13 5
BOELLING. SOPHIE Undivided one-third of lot 3, block
9, town of Astoria, aa laid out by
' i ! ' 1 John McClure 13 55
BOELLING, SOPHIE Undivided one-third of lot 4, block
9, town of Astoria as laid out by
John McClure 40-5
BOELLING. SOPKIE Undivided one-third of lot 5, block
, i 1 i i I .; 9. town of Astoria aa laid out by
John McClure 40 5
CORBETT, H. W..
CORBETT, II. W.
CORBETT, H. W.
CORBETT, H. W
2. block 65, town of Astoria as
as laid out by John McClure.... 5 63
Th following Is payable In Installments, the first Installment due Janu
ary 18th. 1901:
CHASE, "W. B.... :
CHASE. W. B
PARKER. EVA BELL
PPKER, EVA BELL
PARKER, F. L
PARKER, F. L
By order of tho Common Council
Astoria; Oregon, Jan. 5, 13.L
auditor and police Judire of the C'liy r-f
Astoria, by the coimnitlivs on ir-"U
and public ways, city surveyor and
superintendent of streets, anl tht at
the next regular meeting of anl.l coun
cil the Improvement of said stpvt will
be f'rmally accepted unlem chjertlons
be filed against the nun.
Dated this 4th day of January. Wt.
H. E. NKt,;-.ri'.
Auditor and Police Judgs of the City
REPORT 07 THE CONDITION 07
nilST NATIONAL P.O
1 At Astoria, In the Stat of OrRnn, at
the close of business, December 1-Ha,
Loan and discounts 1134,509 9$
Overdrafts, secured snd un-
secured 4,Cfi4 63
V. 8. Bonds to secure circu
Stock, securities, etc M.S.'? 74
other real estaw owned 9,2oJ CJ
Due from National Bank
(not reserve acnts) 4.217 34
Due from State Brinks and
Bankers 43,394 8)
Due from approved reserve
agent 121.411 M
Internal-R-venue Stami .... 714 74
'.'hecks and other cash items. 1 59
Notes of other National Banks 280
Nickel and cents M 23
Lawful Money Reserve In
Bank, vlx: . ,
Pp'fl" 104.5M ' ,t
L!r;il-terder note ... 20 104,510
Redemption fund with tJ. S.
Treasurer (Z of circulation) t25
Tot.ll .....lecucs C3
Capital stock paid in M.M "4
Surplus fund tJ.OvO
Undivided profits, less expens
es and taxes paid 34,050 71
National Bank note out
standing 12,000 A
Due to State Banks and
Bankers 13 11
subject to check. .JS04.S04 08
of deposit 103,544 93 610,349 01
Total IKU'J 53
State of Oregon. County of Clatap, sb:
I, S. S. Gordon, cashier of the above
named bank, do solemnly swear that
the above statement Is true to the best
of my knoaledcre and belief.
S. H. GORDON, Cashier.
Subscribe snd sworn to before ms
this 2Jnd flay cf December, 1300.
Correct Attest: C. R: THOMSON,
' JACOB KAMM,
J. O. HAN THORN.
W. M. LADD.
Unldvided one-third nf lot 6, block
, town or Astoria as laiu oui Dy
John McClure 13 55
Undivided one-fourth of lot 7.
block 55. town of Astoria as laid
out by John McClure 10 17
Undivided one-fourth of lot I.
block 65, town of Astoria as laid
out by John McClure 30 4 J
Undivided one-fourth of S. of
lot 1. block 65, town of Astoria as
laid out by John McClure 13 25
Undivided one-fourth of south W
of lot 2, block 55, town of Astoria
as laid out by John McClure 5 09
Undivided one-half of Sb of lot
1. block 55, town of Astoria as laid
out by John McClure 30 49
Undivided one-half of S of lot
2. block 65, town of Astoria as
laid out by John MoClure 10 17
Undivided one-half of lot 7, block
60. town of Astoria as lata out oy
John McClure 20 33
Undivided one-half of lot 8, block
55, town of Astoria as laid out ry
John McClure M 9S
Undivided one-fourth of lot 7,
block 55, town of Astoria as laid
out bv John McClure 10 18
Undivided one-fourth of lot 8.
block 55, town or Astoria as la-ia
out bv John McClure 30 4J
Undivided on-fourth of S of
lot 1. block 55, town or Astoria
as laid out by John McClure 15 24
Undivided one-fourth of S'4 of lot
Undivided one-fourth of N1 of lot
laid out by John McClure $'5 1'
Undivided one-fourth of N'-i of lot
z, tlocK ua, town or Amona aa mm
out by John McClure 5 C3
Undivid - d one-half of M4 of lot
1, block aa. town or Asiona as iaiq
out by John McClure 30 43
Undivided one-half of NH of ! t 2.
DiocK oo. town or asuiru sj mm
out by John Men tire 3$ 17
Undivided one-four. h of ? -.i cf '.ot
1, MOCK !)0, town cz A." c-T a, as lit;-!
out by J"Un M. Ci.,r." IZ
Undivided one-f"iir'h of N i of lot
2, block 55. t.wn of A .'..-. 1. ' 1
, . V T w , y M ft
of the City of Astoria. Or??, n.
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