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THE MORNING ASTORIXN, PKIDAY. MAY 24. 1901
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, The Astorlan guarantee to Its ad
vertisers tne largest circulation of any
' newspaper published on the Columbia
Advertising rates can had on ap
Hrtf the business manager.
The opponents of capital punishment
will do well to take notice of the end
of the assassin Bread. A foul murder
er who should have paid the penalty of
his crime with his life by due course
of righteous law, he was Incarcerated
In a dungeon In which existence was
worse than death and embraced the
first opprtunlty to commit suicide.
With Its habitual asininlty and Ir
rlrability the Oregonian criticises a re
cent editorial In this paper which was
designed merely to call attention to the
extraordinary pretensions made by
Tacoma and to the disparity between
the figures presented by the Tacoma
News and those given by the Oregon
Ian as the tonnage of the Portland
Asiatic liners. The Oregon' an has be
com so accumfomed to being constantly
and lustly criticised that it sees an
other attack In every reference to its
sheet which Is not distinctly compli
mentary. The attempt of the Oregonian
to find fault with The Astorlan for our
.comments upon a very "touchy" sub
1ect at a time when visitors from the
East were visiting the state comes with
very poor grace from that paper after
Us brutal attacks upon President Mc-
Kinley at a time when the serious 111
ness of his wife compelled him to halt In
VI. rt: . -. TV.i-.ta n. I
Vizi 11 vjirv ir ..Bit kJ wii'j.
The dismissal of unruly cadets from
"West Point is a good sign. The spirit
of Insubordination has been In "Toung
America" ever since the days of the
revolution. The extraordinary lack of
discipline In the army In China was
much commented on by European of
ficers. It is noteworthy that despite
these criticisms, which were doubtless
well-founded, the American troops bear
a reputation for just dealing with the
Chinese which Is second to that of no
other military body. The spirit of
freedom Is felt so fully nowhere else
In the world as In America, It is the
very excess- of this spirit which makes
every American feel himself a king and
inclined to assert his royal mroga
tlves, quite often decidedly prematurely.
As a nation we need to be taught that
respect for authority and for law and
righteous regulations whether of the
borne, school or state is conducive to
the highest liberty raither than destruc
tive of It;
SOME MEDICAL VIEWS ON SMOK
Brooklyn Standard Union.'
Renewed Interest In the cigarette hab
It has been caused by a recent article
In the London Lancet, a medical Jour
nal usually considered high authority,
which declares cigarette smoking as the
least harmful of the three methods of
ara many times tha eauaa of radons
dinma Ninety per cant of the
mertoan people are said to be
troubled with lirer sml 'stomach
complaint inch as constipation,
dizxineaa. Indigestion, biliousaeas,
doggish liver, eto.
Mome and cure these Ilia.
ThfM tablets act as a gentle laxa
tive. Tbey make the liver and
(toBnok do their duty a tbey
braid. The most obstinate qahm
yield 'to (hue little tablets. Tbey
eoat J5e and ran be procured at
Successor to Tb. Olaen. C00-! Com. 8t
consuming tobacco, with the pipe next
and the cigar last, or most injurious.
The Lancet asserts that It ta not the
nicotine that la the most harmful thin
about smoking, at has long been be
lleved, but pyridine and that as com
ibustlon is more complete in the cigar
ette than when the tobacco Is ignited In
the bowl of a pipe or rolled In a cigar,
there Is Ws Injury to the smoker. Py
ridine !t associates with tobacco
smoke rather than the weed Itself.
This is a rather startling assertion and
contrary to the long prevalent belief,
anl the lancet finds ltvlf oppnM by
the leading American authorities on the
use of tobacco and by well-known alien
ists. The records of asylums for the
Insane and of sanitariums are also
clearly against it. Thee show that
thousands of men and boys, physical
and mental wrecks from excessive cl
rarett smoking, have found shelter
therein, while others have died from
that cause directly. A Manhattan pa
per took the trouble to Interview a
number of physicians in that borough
on Sunday and none of them couli recall
case within his experience of death
resulting from cigar of pipe smoking.
It Is now said that Gen. Grant's death
was not due to smoking cigars.
Dr. Spittk-a. the eminent alienist, who
is an expert in narcotics, opposes the
Lancet's theory, and asserts that the
pipe Is the least injurious method of
smoking. He holds that In moderation
tobacco miy be sm'ked in any frm
without injury, but that very few men
can limit themselves to physical require
ments. C'garettes. he says, are consum
ed In great quantities by the youth of
the land, and it is this excessive con
sumption that causes havoc. He speci
fies that cigarettes male of good to
bacco ar not more harmful than ci
gars, and that Is a point, for m-t
clparetts are composed of some mys
terious substances, or of tohioco so
"treated" as to create an unhealthy ap
petite for them. Another doctor, a di
rector of a sanitarium, slid: "Cigar
ettes do not arree with th Anelo-Sax-on.
but pure tobacco, smoked as a cigar
m- In a nine, is relatively harmless."
and adds that the Turkish apparatus
renders the habit harmless. This physi
cian says that the Lancet draws a fine
distinction between nicotine and pyrid
ine, but that pyridine Is an elem-nt of
nicotine, its ewence. in fact, end it
would be as reasonable to distinguish
between alcohol an J whiskey.
WITH THE PARAGRAPHIAS.
, .. T T , .,j,K,
Plnshine. L I. .sends word that thu s
the onlv way
to clean streets. Chirag"
The Iuisville Festival association re
fuses to sing about hell. They preferred
to raise it. ft. Paul Dispatch.
Supposing Mars has some canal? what
thn' J. Pierpont Morgan may not want
to buv thm after all. Mail and Ex
The Chicago professor who was never
kissed has become as famous as Hob
son, who was kissed so much. Topekn
In California President McKinley will
be treated almost as handsomely a? if
he were a Native Son of the Golden
West. Anaconda Standard.
A New York waiter tried to lick" a
man who accused him of being a French
count. Now and then even the worm
does a turn. Minneapolis Journal.
Corn King Phillips Is proving that
those who predicted the failure of his
deal wouldn't know how to Prophesy
worth shucks. Great Falls Tribune.
MeKinley's trip appears to b bother
ing the opposition press, which talks as
though Bryan had a copyright on the
tour-making privilege. Omaha Ree.
There is -;uch deep discontent among
the populace In Spain that the govern
ment may feel temoted to go ahead and
get rid of pome of the mainland. Wash
Thanks to their great and good friend
Prlllips, the farmers who have been
holding their coin through several sea
son.s are now Joyfully unloading. Chi
General Fum-tin does not xfm dis
poned to Insist personally on nearly as
much advertising as might have beep
gotten out of the capture of Aguinaldo.
McKinley is coming West and th
West is boiling with patriotic fervor.
The people of the Unite,) states don't
worship royalty they worship presi
dents. Rossland Miner.
It may be true that one of the Cuban
delegates was a trifle over-whiskered,
but It doesn't necessarily follow that he
will take a Populist view of the altua
Hon. Washington Star.
If the kicker against President Mc
Klnlev't lourney arrom the continent
were to tell the truth It would be found
that what they really are worried over
Is the fact they aren't In It Philadel
You are much more liable to disease
when vour liver and bowels do not act
properly. DeWltt's Little Early Rls
ers remove the cause of disease. CHAS.
Give the average woman a new kind
of perfumery and she will act I'ke a
city cat the first time she ever smells
The least In quantity and most In
quality dwribes DeWltt's Little Early
HIsers. the ramous puis ror constipa
tion and liver complaints. CHAS. ROG
A woman who looks prettier in
shirtwaist is u.b-ut as rare as a man
who looks more intellectual In a mono
cle. DeWltt's Little Early Risers search
the remotest parts of the bowels and re
move the Impurities spe-Jjiiy lth no
discomfort. They are famous lor their
efficacy. Easy to take, never gripe.
CHAS. ROGERS. Druggist.
Women should always dress with sim
plicity. When they are beautiful, it
makes them still more beautiful; when
they are ugly. It makes them less ugly.
Skin affections will speedily disappear
by using DeWltt's Witch Harel Salve.
Look out for counterfeits. If you get
DeWltt's you will get good results. It
is the quick and positive cure for piles.
CHAS. ROGEKS. Druggist.
How ma.iv married couples would
lead a pleasant life if wives would only
do their hair the way their husbands
Mr. W. J. Baxter of North Rrook. N.
C says he suffered with piles for fifteen
years. He tried many remedies w'th no
results until he used DeWltt's Witch
Haxel Salve and that quickly cured him.
CHAP. ROGERS. Druggist.
In remrr-ing. a woman runs two
risks: she nmv cither regret that sh.
lost her first husbaud or that she did
nt always have her secd one.
"Our littl? girl was unconscious from
strangulaton during a sudden and ter
rible attack of croup. I quicklv se
cured a bottle of One Minute Cough
Cure, giving her three doses. The croup
was mastered and our uttie uanmg
speedilv recovered." So writes A. L.
Ppafford. Chester. Mich. CHAS. ROG
Since the supreme court of Massachu
setts enjoined Hetty Green to "keep
still" she has been talking more than
"I have been suffering from dyspep
sia for the past twenty years and have
been unable after trylag all prepira
tions and physicians to get any r-lief.
After taking one bottle of Kodol Dys
pepsia Cure I found relief and am now
In better health than I have been for
twenty vears. I can not prals- Kodol
Dyspepsia Cure too highly." Thus
writes Mrs. C. W. Roberts. North Creek.
Ark. CHAS. ROGERS. Druggist.
Of course, it has to be the farmer
member of the President s cabin -I
whose wallet was touched by the Ls
. , , ........
If people only knew what we know
about Kodol Dyspepsia Cure. Ir would
be used in neirly every household, as
there are few penpl? who do not suffer
from a fueling of fullness after eating,
belching, flatulence, sour stomach or
waterbrash, caused by indigestion or
dyspepsia. A preparation, such as Ko
dol's Dvsppsla Cure, which, with no
aid from the sto-na-h. will digest your
food, certainly em'r help but do you
good. CHAS." ROGERS. Druggist.
If it is up to Kansas to find the
North r.ole, what's the matter with
raisine a popular purse to hire Mrs. Na
tion to und-Ttak the job?
PAVES TWO FROM DEATH
"Our Utile daughter had an almost fa
tal attack of whomping cough and bron
ch'tis." writes Mrs. W. K. Haviland. of
Armonk. N. Y.. "but. when all o'her
remedies fa"fu. we saved her life with
Dr. King's New Discovery. Our niece,
who had consumption 1n an advanced
stage, alsi used this wonderful medicine
and today phe is perfectly well." Des
nerate throat and lung diseases yi-ld f
Dr. King's New Discovery as to no oth
er medicine on earth. Infallible fir
CouKhs and folds: SO cents and $1.00
bottles guarantied by Hart's drugstore.
Trial bottles free.
It seems to be pan of Mr. Rockefel
ler's plan to require his Chicago Uni
versity chaps to hold the center of the
stage againsr all comers.
WHITE MAN TURNED YELLOW.
Great consternation was felt by the
friends of M. A. Hogarry of Lexing
ton, Ky., when they saw he was turn
ing yil-w. His skin slowly changed
color, also his eyes, and he suffered ter
ribly. His malady was Yellow Jaun
dice. He was treated by the best doc
tor, but withiut benefit. Then he was
1 a hlsed to try Electric Bitters, tne
wonderful Stomach and i-aver remeav
ana ne writes: -Alter laum iwo 001
ties I was wholly cured. "A trial proves
its matchless merit for all Stomar-h.
Liver and K!dneV 'roubles. Only 5c.
Sold by Frank Hart. Druggist.
Ir Is becoming the fad to print the
love letters of eminent or ervntrlc
characters. Eventually there will be a
feverish rage for the amorous epistles of
JOR COULDN'T HAVE STOOD IT.
If he-a had Itching Piles. They're
ttrrible annoying: but Bucklen's Arnica
Salve will cure the worst case of piles
on earth. It has cured thousands. For
Injuries. Pains or Bodily Erup'l.ins It's
the best salve in the world. Price 2'o
a box. Cjre guaranteed. Sold by
Hart's drug store.
A woman would be wlljlng to die for
th-' mm she lores, but he couldn't keen
from aying "I told you ho" for the
very life of her.
WHAT'S YOUR FACE WORTH?
Hometimes a fortune, but never. If
you have a sallow complexion, a Jaun
diced look, moth patches and blotches
on the skin. all signs of Liver Trouble.
But Dr. Kiner's New Life P'lls give
Clear Skin, Rosy Cheeks. Rich Com
plexion. Only 25 cents at Hart's Drug
TO Cl.'RE A COLD IN ONE DAY.
Take Laxative Dromo-Qulnlne Tab
Pedestranlsm la becoming fashlomuble
in untdoti. Mont of the bikes haV been
shipped to South Africa and the war
taxes have put auMnoblles entirely out
of the running.
THE GREAT SCOURGE
of modern times Is consumption. Many
cures and discoveries from time to tlm'
are published but Foley's Honey und
Tar does truthfully claim to cure all
cases In the early stages and always
affords comfort and relief In the vory
worst cases. Take no substitutes.
Hart's drug st re.
They say love Is blind, but a woman
can see a (houaa 1 1 qualities lit a man
he never pow-'ssed.
Miss Mamie Smith, of Mlddiosboro.
Ky.. writes: "My little sister had the
.roup very bad. I gave her several
doses of Foley's Honey and Tar and she
was instantly rvlleed. It saved her
life." Hart's drug store.
There are so many Ohio officials and
statesmen In California jiut now that
Gov. Nash ought not to feel slighted If
his piece of strawberry shortcake Is
below the mean average In slie,
Thomas Maple. Blrkbeck. III., writes:
"I had a very bad case of kidney trouble
and my back pained me so that I could
not straighten up. The doctor's treat
ment did me oo good. Saw Foley's
Kldnsy Cure advertised and took one
bottle which cured me and I have not
been affected since. I gladly tvcom
piend this remedy." Hart's drug store
Each of the Natlon.il League Clubs
has been lucky enough to hire a pitcher
who is a hoodoo to the St. lemls or
ganisation, and when it Isn't the pitcher
it Is one of the fielders or basem"n.
George C. Hitchcock. Curtiss, Wis..
savs: "Foley s Kidney cure nns Deep
tested and found to be all vou claim
for it. I have given it to my father
and it Is the only thing that ever helped
him." Hart's drug store.
Woman ies le-p; man set's far. To
the man ;he world is his heart: to the
w otn 1 1 the hear: s tvr world.
Mr. F. D. Arnold. Arnold. Iowa,
wrces: He w:is troubled with kidney
disease about throe wars. Had to K"t
up several times during the nlnht hut
thjv, tlle. of Foy's KUlney C ;
rffete-l a complete cure, he fetds better
than he ever did atnl recommends it
to hi friends. Hart's Jruir store.
.V S"ft answ'r .iMketh an
a sure thitig.
nit iK'-m -nt
If you are sick all over and don't
know Just what- ills you. It's ten to
one your kidneys are out of order. Fo
ley's Kidney Cure will priii you health
a:i 1 energy. Hart's drug store.
The more proivlses a m.in mak't
more he doesn't ke'p.
I hal a running sore on my breast
for over a year," says Henry R. Rich
ards, of Willseyvllle. N. T.. "and tried a
great many remedies dui itoi no re
. m.-h, . ......
cured. I cannot recommend it too high
ly." Hart's drug store.
Even' woman ought to be at least
twice as Rood to her husband :is he
will let br b-.
The greatest skin specialist In Amer
ica originated the formula for Banner
Salve. For all skin diseases, ail cuts
or sores, and for piles. It's the most
healing medicine. Beware of substi
tutes. Hart's drug store.
It is harl to be an "iitimlst in too
Just published by the Southern Pa
cific Co. Is a phamphlet upon the re
sources of Western Oregon which In
cludes an excellent map of the state,
and contains Information on climate,
lands, education, etc.. existing Indus
tries and their capabllltlea
Attention Is also directed to such
new fields for energy or capital at
promise fair return.
This publication fills a need long ex
perienced by Oregonlans. in replying to
Inquiries of eastern frhindfl.
Copies may be had of local agent
Southern Pacific Co., or from
C. H. MARKHAM.
O. P. A.. Portland. Or
BEST OF EVERYTHING
In a word this tells of the Passenger
the fiorihwestern line..
Eight Trains Dally between St. Paul
and Chicago, comprising
The Latest Pullman Sleepers,
Peerless Dining Can,
Library and Observation Can,
Free Reclining Chair Cart.
The 20th Century Train
Runs Every Day of the Tear.
The Finest Train in the World
Electric Lighted Steam Heated
THE BADGER STATE EXPRESS, the
Finest Dally Train Runnlnr Between
St. Paul and Chicago, via the Short
Connection! from the Weat made via
The NORTHERN PACIFIC.
GREAT NORTHERN and
CANADIAN PACIFIC R'YS.
This is also the BEST LINE between
Omaha, St. Paul and Minneapolis.
All agents sell tickets via
The Northwestern Line
W. H. MEAD. H. L. SISLER,
General Agent, Trav. Ageat,
248 Alder Street, Portland. Oregon.
ASTORIA AND COLUMBIA
CSva. riTt2XttiT' 7rr1 vi"
i.uwvin.iroruana union Depotllltlu a.m.
:m p.m.lfor Astoria and lntr-0;40 p.m
ror Portland A in-Ill. Mam.
term.-dlute points 111: JO p.m.
)U p. ill.
7:40 a. m
4 U p. Ill
II 00 III
l.' NIf III
J :IW , HI
I a oi. .
;. p. hi.
All trains make close connections at
Guble with all Northern Paclflo trains
to and from tho East or Bound point.
J. C. MAYO.
Oen'l Fr't and Paaa Agent.
J. A. FASTABEND
The "Northwestern Limited" trains.
- , elevtric ,l(thted lhTOUgnout bolh
anu out. ana steam heated, are with
out exception, the finest trains n the
aorld. They embody the latest, newest
and beat Idea for comfort, convenience
and luxury ever offered the traveling
public, and altogether are the moat
complete and splendid production of the
car builders' art.
These Splendid Trains
The Great Northern
The Northern Pacific and
The Canadian Pacific
AT ST. PAUL FOR
CHICAGO and the CAST.
No extra charge for these superior
accommodations and all clasnes of tick-
ets are avotlable for pannage on the
trains on this line are protected by the
interlocking uiock system.
W. H. MEAD. H. L. S1SLER.
General Agent. Traveling Ag"t.
tVnni s-ifh a
i ijrave I Strfa
I Overland Express
trains for Salem,
land. Hurri manlA
7:30 p.m Ugden. Sun Fran
9:15 a m
cisco, Mojave. Los
An&rel 1.-1 Pn.n
S:30 anil New Orleana iiiwi
(dally except Sun
train connects with
tram for Mt. An
Natron, and even
ing train for Mt.
Angel and Sliver-
117:30 a.m Corvallls passen-
Il4:50 p.ml Sheridan passen-
Rebate tickets on sale between Port
land. Sacramento and San Francisco.
Net rates $17 first class and $11 second
class. Including sleeper.
Rates and tickets to Eastern polnta
and Europe. Also Japan. China. Hono
lulu and Australia. Can be obtained
from J. B. Klrkiand. Ticket Agent 134
Pasenger depot foot of Jefferson 8t
Leave for Oswego dally at 7:10. t:U
a. m; U.30, 1:55, $:25. 1:15. 1:25. 1:01.
11:30 p. nj. and a. m. on Sunday
only. Arrive at Portland dally at :.
S:30. 1:50 a m.: 1:35, 1:15. 4:30, :Zi.
i:40, 10:00 p. m: 12:40 a. m. dally ex
cept Monday; 8:30 and It: 05 a. re. 00
Leave for Dalla dally, except Bun
day, at 4:30 p. m. Arrive at Portland
at 9:30 a. m.
Passenger train leave Dallas for
Airiee Aionaayi. Wednesday! and Fri
days at 2:45 p. m. Returns Tuesdays,
inursaays ana Baturaayt.
R. KOEHLER, Manager.
C. H. MARKHAM
Gen. Frt. and Pass. Agt
When people are contemplating a
trip, whether on business or pleasure,
they naturally want tho best service
obtainable as far as speed, comfort and
safety Is concerned. Employes of the
WISCONSIN CENTRAL LINES are
paid to serve the public and our trains
are operated so as to make close con
nections with diverging lines at all
Pullman Palsce Sleeping and Chair
Cars on through trains.
Dir lng car service unexcelled. Meals
served a la carte.
In order to obtain the first-class ser
vice, ask the ticket agent to sell you
a ticket over
The Wisconsin Central lines
and you will make direct connections
at St. Paul for Chicago, Milwaukee and
all points East.
For any further Information call un
any ticket agent, or correspond with
JAS. C. POND. Gen. Pass Ag't.,
or JAS. A. CLOCK, Milwaukee. Wis.
THE CHICAGO A NORTHWESTERN
2? I UNMT -tll
I O lOCOEm SHASTA) I
WHITE COLLAR LINt
Columbia River and Pugst Bound Nav
Tho Tahoma leaves Astoria daily ex
cept Mummy at 7 p. m.
leaves Portland dally except Sun-
uny at i a. m.
White Collar Line tick!. O. R. A N,
tickets and Ilwaco Ry A Nav. Com
pany tickets Interchangeable on Ta
llinn i and lluswnlc, Through Port
land connection with steamer Nahcotta
from Ilwaco and Long Ileach polnta
Telephone No. 111.
A. J. TAYLOR. Astoria Agent.
K. W. CRICHTON. tVUand Agent.
H.F.Prael Transfer Co
DRAYING AND EXPRESSING
All Goods Shipped to Our Car
Will Receive Bpeelai Attention.
No. m Duans St,
W. J, COOK. Vfr
Rea. Tel. H1L
GRAPE TO RE ESTABLISHED.
Notice Is hereby given, that the Com
mon t'oun 11 of the City of AJModa In
tiutiU to es'ahllsh the grade on Frank
lin avenue In that part of the City of
Astoria ns laid out and rvonled by
John Ad.ilr, fnm Thirty-sixth street to
FiTlv-ftfih street, at the following
height above the base of grades a e
tiMthd by otMtnaoee No. 71 of said
city, entitled, "An ordinance to estab
lish 11 haw of irrades for the streets
of Astoria." to. wit:
At the Intersection rf Franklin ave
nue wi ll Thirty-seventh trv't t 121
feet on the west side and US feet on
the east side; nt tho IntoimvUou nf
Franklin avenue iind Thirty-eighth
slr.-W U7 feet on the wct slile mid HO
feet Ml the eiust s'de; nt the Interac
tion of Frinklln avinue and Tlilrtv-
ninth stret 179 feet on the writ side
n nd 12 fee( 'in (he east side; nt the
Intersection nf Fntnklin avenue nnd
1'Vilt.eth Strei't I'.'l fi"et oil tile West Side
fltid "21 feet oil tin' eiist Mid ': at the
lnter-tl'n of Frmklln .iveime und
Forty-first s:r-t .'ti') fs't on the u.wt
Me an I .'!' f"s-: on the nist U"; nt
the Ititerse, tlott of Franklin avenue nnd
Forty -second lrv-l fiod on the
west sld'1 Hid 17 feet oil the ellt side;
at the InteMi-r'lon of Franklin uvemie
and l'ottv-!hlld sin-et 213 feet on the
Tt side and 213 feet n the east side:
nt the Intersection of Franklin avenue
in I Forty-fourth street 2.11 ",.,.( on the
west side nnd 22'J fee 1 o- the i-act side:
at the intersection of Fni'ikllii avenue
nnd Fort fifth sir"1"! 1M 'rt on Iwnh
i l.- The stre.'t and 'he gride there
of between (he xilits djlg-mted 'S to
he on a straight nnd even slope
throughout the entire width then-of.
This notice Is ordered published In
the Morning Astorlan for t.ti days by
resolution of ih ('ominoii Couiull
adopted on the 2nth day of May. 1901.
the flrt publication thereof lielng on
the 23rl day of May 1901
II. E. NELSON.
Auditor and police Ju Ige of ihe f'lty
nf Ast orlv.
NOTICE FOR I'l'ltl.JC.vriiiV
United Stiti-s fjind lhVe, ( MVgou City,
I'r.-gi.n, M,iv :), l'.tol:
No,.'. in hep'hy if l ! tlni' in com
n 1 1.111 1. - with h, iinii'iMl,iiii if Mt.. net
! of roner-sH ,,f Jun 3, h7x, ..utltM "An
m l for th" tali- of tlmlxT lands tit the
Stall- of California. Oregon. Nev.iila
and Washington Territory." lis s t 11 I -
'd to III th - lUllllli' I Hid state llV t
f August 4. lv.t:'. William W. l'op. of
l 11 --. County of Clatso.i, Stiue "f
Oregon, has this lav tl 1 I In this "Mice
his sworn statement, No. r.27 1 . for tht
pllivhine of lot I, h.v. 3; lots 1, I!, It llll.l
4. of Ttlon N. 4, In township N.
north, range No. 7 wt. and will offer
proof : hnw that the lund wiotlit Is
more valuable for Its timber or spine
than for agrlriiliur il iuii'ihmiom, and 10
establish his claim to said land before
the register and receiver of this oMlce
at Oregon City. On-gon, on Thursday,
th" Hth day of Align. liHJl. He names
Mrs. Mary De:i'k. of olpey, Clatsop
County, Oregon; Sbmlnn Glaser, of
oiney, "itoi County. Oregon; Mrs.
Appollonla, Johnson, of Oliiey, Clatso.i
Countv, Oregon; Sidney Dell, of As;o
riii, ''lati County. Oregon.
Any and all persons claiming adverse.
Iv the nbove-ili-serlbe I lands are re-iiip-Hted
to HI,, their I'lalms In this of
fice on ir befoiv said K:h 'hv of Au
gust, rol. CHAS. H MooltlH
NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT.
The undersigned has filed his final ac
count In the estate of Margaret Weset,
deceased, and the County Court of Clat
sop County, Oregon, hus set Monday,
the 27th day of May, vm. at J p. m.,
for hearing objections. If any there be
to tho same. DAVID WEST,
Executor of hist' will and -testament of
Margaret West, deceased.
Department of the Interior, United
States Land Office, Oregon City. Ore
gon. April 29, 1901.
A sufficient contest afHlavlt having
ben filial In this olllce by Albert. Lelch
hurlt, conlestant, against homestead
entry No. 11592, made October 12th.
ISM, for lots S and 9 of Sec. 29, and lot 5
and the N. W. of 8. W. of Hec. 28.
township 4 north, range 8 west, by
Charles E. Nawn, coiitestec, in which It
Is alleged that contestant "knows the
present condition nf the same; hIho that
snld Ch:irles E. Nawn abnndoned his
said homesteid entry for more than six
months prior to the expiration of. five
vears from the date of his entry, to-wlt:
for more than six months prior to Oc-tob-r
12. 1900; that said tract of land
was and Is not settled upon and culti
vated according to law by the said
Charles K. Nawn; that sil l Charles E.
Nawn never established a bona fide res.
idence upon said claim; that the ab
sence of said Charles E. Nawn from
said homestead claim was and Is nor
due to employment In the military or
naval service of the United States dur
ing time of war; said parties are here
by notified to appear, respond and offer
evidence touching snld allegation at 10
o'clock a. m. on June 1,1th. 1901. be
fore the RcglHter and Receiver at the
United States Lind OMlce In Oreg.in
Th" said contestant having, In a Prop
er affidavit, filed April 29, 1901, set forth
facts which show that after due s 111
irence. personal service of this notice
ran not be made, it Is hereby O'dered
and directed that such notice be given
bv due and proper publication.
WJI, GALLOWAY. Receiver.
NOTICE OF AHCMINWTRATIOM.
Notice Is hereby given to all whom
It may concern, ihivt tho undcrslgntd
has hern appointed Ihn administrator
of th estate of Rulh (lamr. (h-eaiiid:
nd all person having claims against
the anld rutain must pjwont the same
to the utulersJgnntl duly verified, at hi
oilier In the Antorla Havings llanik, at
Ihe Cltv of Astji'la. In Clatsop county,
In the Hint of Oregon, on or before slg
iiHUiths from this date,
JnllN W, OAItNKR,
Dated nt Aslorla, Oregon, this 18ir
day of May. A. D. 1IW1.
Notice Is hereby given, thai ths un
derslrued hus been iiitted adminis
trator, with the will annexed, of th
rslnte of John C, lYulllngr, iteeraseil.
snd all persons having claims against
the sstMte nf said itrveawd must pre
sent the same to ihe unilorsigni'd, duly
verified, at Ihn office of thu West Shot
Mills nmipiny. at the corner of lioini
and Tenth streets. In the City of A
torln. In flntsop (Nmnty, Orrgon, with
in six months from this date
P. A. TRULLINOKR.
Dated at Astoria, Oregon, May loth. A,
in the coirNTT court or TUB
rOt'NTY OF CIiATHOP.
In the matter of the state anj ad
mission to probate of ths last will amf
testament of David Whitney, jr.. de
Notice Is hereby rives thai I have this
day been appointed by the County
Court of the Biate of Oregon, for Clat
sop county, adn Inlstrntor-wlih-lhs-wiii.
annexe of the estate nf PaId Whit
ney, Jr., deceased. All peraons having
claims attains! snld e:at nra hereby
notified to present th aam 10 me, prop
erly vrrtfll. at the nfhYs -f the tnuMf
lerk of Clatsop Cotinly, Oregon, with
in six months from dim dtte
w. w vrrtT:s.
Ailmliilstr.itiir f Ihe estate of Iavlil
Whitney. Ir, (lecens'd.
Notice U hereby given that the Un-
lerilgned have Iwen app'lntrd Silmlnls-
trati-m of the estate of Alfred If.
Slope, deceased, bv the Couniy roiirt
iif Clatsop County, Oeijon. and tdv nil
persons hiving cUlm sgalr.s' nail r
tate are hereby required to pren.-nt the
same t.i Ihe and TSlKtled duly verified
a by law provld"d, within sit mopth
from the date ..f thU rctlce Vrinet
clalmi ngninil nai l eitnte my pre-
"lltcd either to the undersigned. H O.
Van Pil'n. .it hl eMlce ut Ast ir1,
oreg n. or Mr .1 I M-Farln'ie hi
kMIcp c,f ni"ln. m. .11 Knn ii. Oregon
All peroiiti in trhted in mild rstnti are
hereby r'nulred to pay ucb md'tte..
II. O VAN iimi:v
J. D M'FA III.ANE
Administrators of the Kstate of Aifred
II Slnne, Ieceaeel.
Piled this lt day of May. 1MI
Ity virtue of 4(1 uUoii mill order
of nle leeued out of :he cli'i lilt court
of the St.it .f Oregon Tin- the County
of Cluts ii hi May ?!. l'l. upo:i a
Judgment and order "f t.ile reiiderm!
therein Mirh In. li'K. In favor of
lUiike. Mi Kail "..iipaiiy. dilntlff. nnd
aiMlnt Georgi lllblxTi. .ef. n,t.ini, f.c
the sum of Ili.tCi ti.Keiher with inter
est thiivon from dale 'f lu lunieir. at
th" rite ..f t , -r r.-rit i"-r :111ml n und
the costs nf ill's writ, conmandlnn me
10 levy UP HI the property of mi-l .le.
fen hint il'-ncrlhed in al.l lO-.p-r of dl.
to ! t l-'y i ll I lu 'ifiii' :il. iniei, i and
costs, I .. I levy upon the foll.ni.ng
dccrllie I 1v.1l peioH.'y. lots !l ,m, 10.
III hl. k I I. n the To.M) of t .tl--v 1 11
lots I. '.'. .1, I. '.. fl and 7. in til,, k ! In
the Town of Hills First AddlPoii to
Astoria; l,. :'. in !.! ! pi. m ill,- 7- ivn
of Si'lil Itock lleu h. .hi. I lots and
:t. In liloi k :'. In the Tow n ,.f l,oinf
lliani-h. all in Clu'si;. 1'oupty, oreg oi.
uui Dial I .ill! 11 Moii-liv, the ,'4'lt
ilav of June, 1 Ml), ,, ,e i,,,tr , f l
''clo.li in th- fni'-ii.iin of s.il.l lay Iri
the fr .ti : -liHir i-f the court h 'ti-- In
Ihe c;iy of storla. ''lalso. I'miruy.
Oregon, Sell II public li tlo-l t.i 1 1"
ll-tfhest bid I -r for csslt Ihe .llee,.-.,e.
iiIImiI real proM-rty to siillsfy said
lodgment, lll'er. s; -ill. I ,ill ac ruing
costs TlloMAS LINVII.LE.
Sin rift 'if n its M ''ou'ity. or.-giHi,
Astorlii. Oieg,i, May Tt. I'.miI.
SIIKItlFF S SALE
Hy virtue nf us execution an. I order
of rile Issued nut of the Circuit Court
of the State of oreuon, for th County
of flitsnp, on ihe 14th ilavof May, !Hi;
upon a Judgemoit r.tid -red 'herein i-
Ihe 20th day of February. lVl'l. :i favor
of Myra Russell, plnlntlff, und against
Mary I. (illlette, defendant, for the sum
of 1IW.V40, the Mini of .',(Ki40 having been
satlsfled, leaving a bilai due on snld
Jiiilgmcn; of the sum of $14-. tmc llpT
with lntfst thereon at th rate of
10 per cent p.-r tinnum, nn I 'lie costs of
and it pon this writ commanding nod re
uniting me to levy upon the property
of the ahoy" named ttr'endniit to satisfy
the balance of sild lodgment, interest,
costs and all accruing costs. I did on
the Hth day of May, l!KlI. ittuch the
following described mil property, to
wit: Iits 9, 10, 11, 12. 1,1, suh. of IHk. M;
lot. U. 7. 23, 24. 25. 2.' Sub. of lllk. 84;
lots 8, 9, 10, II. 1?. 11. Sub of Ulli. 7;
lots Ifl, 17, 27. 28, 29, SO, Hub. r ink. 99;
lots 11. 12. P.Ik. 49: lots 7, 0. Rlk, 88;
nn I nil thai portion or block ill (e
cnbed as follows; Iieg4nnug nt a point
on th- north ,. nf lot 6 In sild block.
48 fe.. east the northwest corner
thereof and th.-nce. running cast along
th north line of mi I, I (,t ft and lot 5.
27 feet, ihenc south nn a line paral
lel with Ihe west Ine of eaJd lot 6, 50
feet, thence weit 27 fet, thence north
to the pine-1 of beginning. Im-Ijw portion
or lot f. and 1 In sal I block 111.
In the Clly of Astoria, a laid out
nnd recotdel by John M. Shlvelv, Lot
2, In Sec. 21. Tp. 8, N. t It, X. west of
:he Will. Mer 37.011 acres. Hegln at
mth hound 1 ry of Shlvelv p. U C.
414.86 feet west of S. E. corner of ruld
I). L. C. and run thence N. and ;mnilic
with the K. line of said I. L. C.
to south bmindtiry of pipe line R.
of W., thence west tilnng said It. or
W. to a point 191.5" feet west of onst line
or tract herein irserllei1, thence somh
and porillel In east line of trnct herein
described to south boumlary of said D.
L. ('.. tlience along said south line to
Iwiflnnhig, containing 141 acres, In Tp.
8, N. of R. 9. west of Will. Mer. All of
said described real property being In
Clatsop county, Oregon.
Notice I hereby given that T will on
Monday, the 21th day of June, i:i(i, at
the hour of ten o'clock In th' forenoon
of snld day In front of and at the Court
House door In the City of Aslorln, Clat
sop county, Oregon, el nt public auc
tion to the highest bidder fur cash the
ahive described real property to sullsfy
said Judgment, Interests, costs and ail
accruing costs. TIIOS. LINVILLE.
Sheriff of 'Clatsop County, Or.
Astoria, Oregon, May Hih, 1901.