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HE MORNING ASTORIA N. TUlvSDA Y, OCrOHER 21. 10OJ
Telephone, Main ML
TERMS OP SUBSCRIPTION.
Sent by mall, per year....
Bent by malt, per month .........
Served by carrier, per month ...
Bent by mall, per year, la advance tl 00
The Aatorlan guarantee, to IU ad-
Teruser me largest circuiauuu vi tuij i
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newspaper published on th Columbia
,N,vr tsrTJT TOTTTVrt rV
P. M. MAHER. Manaier.
The Portland papers should not be-
come -xcitid because of the objections
raised here and there to the proposal
that the legislature appropriate 1300,-
000 for the Lewis and Clark fair. It
is unkind as well as unwise to inti-
mute that this opposition is actuated I
by sinister motives. The Astorian be-
llevis that every Orcgonian wants to I
see the fair made a great success, and
that the people of the state are prae-
tk-ally a unit In agrteing that the leg-
Islature should make a' suitable appro-
priatlon. In a community of 590,000
wople different opinions are bound to
manifest themselves, and it is indis-
creet to attribute this to lack of pub-
lie spSsrifWe have too much faith In the
Rood sense of Oregonians generally to I
think for a moment that they are un-
loyal, or that an unprosrressive senti-
ment would attempt to defeat the
plans of Hie fair board. The direc- J
tors of the exposition did not fix
$500,000 as the sum that would neces-
sarily be required of the state, but
rather suggested that amount that the
people might "get a line" on what
would be required of them. The sug-
gestlon of the board having been plac-
ed before the people, they are now dis
cussing the matter, as sensible people
should, before arriving at a decision.
The opposition is merely Incidental,
Those who believe $300,000 too large a
eum for the Portland undertaking
are, we think, actuated only by a de-
sire to subserve what they regard as
the best interests of Oregon. If the
nmnunt is too great. It should be re-
dueed; If it Is too small, it should Be
increased, if there is any merit in
the Portland contention that the fair
Is a state undertaking, and of equal
interest to the citizens of Multnomah,
of Clatsop, Wallowa, Curry and Mai-
beur, then there should be no objec-
tion to thorough discussion of the
question outside of the Oregon metrop-
oils. As far as The Astorian is con
earned, it wants to see the fair a great
success, and to this end It will lend
its warmest support It knows that
the people of Clatsop entertain the
c w nd that Astoria will, at
the proper time, come gracefully to
..: tvith her share of support,
4.44 1 V .v.. - -
The Intimation that occasionally
creeps out in Portland that the op
ponents of a $500,000 appropriation are
Pain m the head and back i a form I
...: .u un..n women
are familiar. Often this pain is asso-
riated with nervousness, sleeplessness
and loss of appetite. The cause of such
sunenng is genermiy w
deraneement of the womanly function,
or a Leased condition of th delicate
In such cases the action of Dr. Pierce's
Favorite FreSCrlOUOn IS marveiou ill
odic function, dries disagreeable drains,
heals inflammation and ulceration, ana
cures female weakness. It cures when
all other means have been tried in vain.
c-:..i . .... iH.,itoH r rn ail It 1 If. I
r r7r ,T :M
ence is held as strictly private and
sacredly confidential. Address vi. v.
Pirv RnfF;ilo. N. Y.
In little over thirty years Dr. Pierce,
assisted by his staff of nearly a score of
physicians, ha cured more than half a
'I wan a great sufferer for nix yearj and doc
fcrd all the time with a nurobtr of 0'"nt
phvtfin, but did not receive any benefit"
write Mr George ftogden. of 641 Bond Street,
ttaifinaw (South), Mich. "One day I
tuOtua a oaper I saw your advarttaement, and,
alt houv-h fhad riven op all hope of ever getting
better, thought I would write to you. When I
eived your letter, telling me wnal o Qo, 1
to iak vcmr ' Favorite Preeerio-
li to take your 'Favorit. Preaerio-
lllf, vtnir advice. 1 have taken tea I
Hon ' and
bottle, in all, lo five,vi.U of th. 'Phant I
Fellet.' Am noW reirular aaer having miaMd
two ara and auffered with pain in th head
Am now reiruMr ;'","("",, "TWd I
and back. I wan to nervoui, could not eat or
ITieti. Now I thauk vou for my recovery ,
Dr. Pierce' Pleasant Pellet curt bit
Insincere and lacking In loyally Is not
calculated to create enthusiastic sup
port, and It la to be hoped we have
seen the last of It. The people if Ore-
Ron -will do what Is right In the mat
ter of an appropriation for the Port
The Evening Journal has under
taken the thankless task of making
Mr. H. W. Scott a senatorial candi
date airalnst his avowed determination
not to be, says the Portland Chronicle
No one but an "Independent democrat
ic paper" for a moment believes that
Mr. Scott is a candidate notwtthstand
I ing (he great hue and cry raised by
the siii.1 "indenendent democratic
,.... ,. .
I uaiiv u iiif ivmiu. .. vn una
said that he did not want the doubt
I ful honor and would not have the sen-
aiOrgnip II H VUU1U. llie IIHIJVIH VI
the people of Oregon believe tnat Mr.
' Seort is strictly honest in his purpose,
J and Ms name is not seriously consul
j erej for that position by any well-In
formed Individual, hence the Journal's
I "cake is all dough" and indigestible.
I The political forecast of the Journal
In Monday's issue has no significance
whatsoever. Its Information, gleaned
from democratic sources, has not an
lota of truth to hold up its assertion.
The article was written to fill space by
one who certainly Is not In close touch
with the senatorial question. The ar
tide, persumably. was intended for a
"filler" inasmuch as lis range em
braced all classes. The writer cer
tainly exposes his weakness In many
assevjntlons made through the said
article. Mr. Geer is not the whole
show, so to speak. Mr. Fulton is not
becoming alarmed or losing any sleep
OVer the mystifying editorials in the
"indeuendent democratic daily." 10
wouia be well for the Journal to quit
swinging around the circle and remain
stationary long enough to tell the dear
pie just wno it is that Mr. Joe Teal
nas orjered to spring on the legisla
ture wnen lhe proper time comes.
Rlav cartridges, of course, make
more or Iegs nojge, but do no harm.
According to the count made by 140
Record Herald reporters at the doors
of 233 of the 666 churches in Chicago
last Sunday, 83,733 men, 104,334 women,
52,2 children, and 15,156 ho are des-
ignated under the head of "unclasS'
ed." a total of 257,541, attended church
that day. This leads the Post-In-
telliseneer to remark that if the
Record-Herald will describe what sort
0f looking creatures are the 15,156 who
are neither men, women nor children,
it will confer a boon on civilization,
Chicago is noted for many things that
are out of the ordinary, but 15.156 non
descripts who attend church are too
much for our credulity. We must have
Sir Thomas Lipton has challenged
again for the America's cup, and he
can rest assured that nis welcome will
be quit? as whole-souled as those ac-
corded him on previous visits of the
kind to '.his country. Lipton Is a thor-
oust, sportsman whose legitimate et
forts to lift the cup are applauded by
Americans. Shoull he succeed this
time in his errand, the Interests of
the noble game will not suffer, but
rather be benefited, for the cup has
teen here a long time.
Proposals for water and sewer sys
tem'?, grading, roads and sidewalks, at
Fort Columbia, Wash.
Constructing Quartermaster's Office,
Astoria, Ore., October 17, 1M2. Sealed
proposals In triplicate will be re
celved here un'.il 10 o'clock a. m. No
vember 15, 1902, and then opened, for
iuau iu muuihh
at Fort Columbia, Washington." Plans
and spediications can be seen at office
ppPOtt Quartermaster, Portland, Ore
and plans and specifications and fur-
thcr Information will be afforded, at
tnia omce, ana on ice oi sjptrmirnoeni
0f construction, Fort Columbia, Wash
nhl :s rirvwl in ar-rent nr relert
talnlng proposals should be marked
"froposais lor water anu tewer Kys-
terns, Grading, Roads and Sidewalks
, F rt Columbia. Wash.." and ad
and Quartermaster V. S. Army.
"WIIERE TO HUNT AND F1SIL"
Northern Pacific's new game book is
now ready for distribution. Illustra
tions of live game a particular feature.
Four full pages from Seton-Thomp-
son's drawings made specially for this
book. Send address with six cent and
book will be mailed to you by Chas.
S. Feo, G. P. ft T. A., St. Paul, Minn.
lift I i UO
Ui t A t M$ AVVlsl
524 Commercial Street
i icii iu inmis voti lur iuv
relief. I was siiuVriii); agonic
from piles and was taking mor
phine to relieve me, when, on
the sdvice o a friend, I procur
ed a bottle of your IVrrin's Tile
SpeoitJo and took a tablespoon
ful at night and another in the
morning. At half past twelve
noon my wife gave me another
taulcspoonfol, when my pain
II stopped. lu two days 1 was
able to attend to uiy' regular
business entirely relieved. It
is simplv wonderful.
Xew Goods, New Fall Samples, Per
eot Work, Trices Reasonable, and Work
done with Dispatch.
4S2 Commercial St -
G. 01. Barr, Dentist
S7S Commercial St, Astoria, Ore.
TELEPHONE RED 306L
C. J. Trenchard
Insurance Commission and Snipping.
Agent Wells Fargo and Pa
cific Express Companies. Cus
tom House Broker.
Wi? lata, Blarksmitl 104 flgrsciMr
FIRST-CLASS WORK AT
Special Attention Given to Ship ard
aieamooat rtepainng.ueneral Black
smithing, First-Class Horse
CORNER TWELFTH AND DlTANE
SAVED AT GRAVE'S BRINK.
I know I would long ago have been
in my grave," writes Mrs. S. H. New
som, of Decatur, Ala., "if It had not
been for Electric Bitters. For three
years I suffered untold agony from
the worst forma of Indigestion, Water
brash, Stomach and Bowel Dyspepsia.'
But this excellent medicine did me a
world of good. Since using it I can
eat heartily and have gained 38
pounds." For Indigestion, Loss of Ap
petite, Stomach, Liver and Kidney
troubles, Electric Bitters are a posi
tive, guaranteed cure. Only 60c at
Chas. Rogers' drug itoer.
Central Meat Market
642 COMMERCIAL ST.
Yonr orders for
FRESH AND SALT
Will be promptly snl
tatis actorlly attended to
a. W. MORTON, Prop.
Telephone No. .121.
ASTORIA AND COLUMBIA
Portland I'n on II,
I 11 10 n
Far Ant'Tia and
7 4i am
6 10 p in
F r K'rtianU nd W..y
15 a m I
11 a m I
6 oO p tn
(i i'i a m
a 30 a m
8 45 p ni
AMjrla (or Warrenton, I 7 40 at
Flnrel, Fort 8 event. (WdUi
Hammond and A.itorla l0 4la m
.Se&Hlde (or Warrenum,
Havel, Hamm'.'nd, yon
12 so p mi
J. S P i
a " !
'teve' a ami A "ton a
All trains mnke elnfle ronneetlina nf
Gobie with all Northern Pacific train '
to and from the East and 8ound
points. J. C. MATO,
Gcn'l Freight and Pass. Agent
Time Curd of Trains
Puget Sound Limited. 7:25 am 6:45 pm
Kansas City-St. Louis
Special 11:10 am 6:45 p rn
North Coast Limited 3:30 p m 7:00 a m
Tacoma and Seattle Night
Express ll:4o pm 3:05 pm
Take PugH Sound Limited or North
Coast Limited for Gray's Harbor points
Take Puget Sound Limited for Olym-
Take Puget Sound Limited or Kan
sas City-St. Louis Special for point
on South Bend branch.
Double daily train service on Gray's
Four trains dally between Portland,
Tacoma and Seattle.
A. D. CHARLTON,
Assistant General Passeneger Agt,
255 Morrison St., Portland, Or.
The srMteat aid to DIGESTION,
A MILLION VOICES
Could hardly expres the thanks of
Homer Halt of West IVInt. la. Lis
ten why: A severe cold had settled
on his lungs, causing a most obstinate
cough. Several physicians said ht had
consumption, but could not help him.
When all thought he was doomed he
began to use Dr King's New Dlicov
ery for consumption and writes: "It
completely cured me and saved my
life. I now weigh 237 pounds." It's
positively guaranteed for Coughs,
Colds and liung troubles. Trice Mo
and tl. Trial bottles free at Chaa.
Rogers' drug store.
It Is much easier to conquer by the
principle or love than that of force.
There Is a vast difference between
stinginess an d economy.
FOILS A DEADLY ATTACK.
' My wife was so 111 that rood ohv-
slclans were unable to help her," writes
m. m. Austin, of Winchester. Ind.
but was completely cured by Pr.
King's New Life rill. Thov work
wonders In stomach and liver troubles.
Cure constipation, sick headache. S6c
at Chaa, Rogers' drug store.
Labor overcomes all things the la
bor not excluded.
BRONCHITIS FOR TWENTT TEARS
Mrs. Minerva Smith, of Danville, 111.,
writes: " I had bronchitis for twenty
years and never got relief unUl I used
Foley's Honey and Tar, which is a
sure cure." Sold by Frank Hart,
The greatest blessing Is the posses
sion of a strong, pure mind.
NO FALSE CLAIMS.
The proprietors of Foley's Honey
and Tar do not advertise this as a
' sure cure for consumption." They
do not claim it will cure this dread
complaint In advanced cases, but do
positively assert that It will cure In
Frank Hart, druggist.
A FINE LIBARY.
Of HO volumes Is found on each of
the Northern Pacific's "North Coast
Limited" trains. Don't forget that
these are the only trains operated In
the West that are lighted throughout
Is being called for from every pnrt
of the country. Libraries, schools,
reading rooms and homes all want the
Northern Pacific's latest. Send six
ronl. fnr It n Ph CI P
" " '
i. a., a.i oi. jaui, Aiinn.
NORTH COAST LIMITED.
Is only run by the Northern Pacific
between Portland and Minneapolis and
St. Paul, through Tacoma, Seattle,
Spokane, Missoula, Butte, Livingston,
Billings, Blsmark and Fargo. Eight
of these trains are on the run daily,
four east and four west. Each Is a
solid vestibuled train, carrying stand
ard Pullman tourist sleepers, dining
car, day coaches, mall, express and
j baggage car and the elegant observa
tion car. Each train is brllllaatly
J lighted with over 300 lights and the
beautv of It all Is you can travel just
. aa cheaply on this train as on any
: other. All representative will be
j glad to give you additional informa
tion. A. D. Charlton, Assistant Gen
eral Passenger Agent, 2D5 Morrison St,
Th "Northwestern Llml'id" train,
electric lighted throughou', both inside
and out, and steam heated, are with
out exception, the finest trains la tht
world. They embsdy the lttet, reweit
and btt Ideas for comfort, convenlnc
and luxury ever offered the travelling
public, and altogether are the most
complete and splendid production of th
car builders' art.
These splendid Train
The Great Northern
The Northern Pacific and
The Canadian Pacific
AT ST. PAUL FOR
CHICAGO and the EAST.
No extra charge for thee superior
acommodatlons and all classes of tick
ts are available for passage en th
trains on this line are protecud by tbe
Interlocking Bloct System.
W. H. MBAD, H. L. SISLER,
General Agent. Traveling Af"t
Portland. Oreg in.
H.-&V . . ..Or'1""! anil Orlj Ueaalne.
Wry!nKn. i ,. r.ii.M, ...lie, utlri,,lit
ir"t! "Kl Hal ."JIII !, ilil
fi f,,h l.ni,rlMn. Tiikwaontltt-r. H,ruMi
' 71 wai ysi llMccroa Huhalltatlnn, mmi Imlla.
47T ll. II- t juut linimut. nr .n -Ic la
W Jf '"'! rrtlrul.r., TntliaanlaU
f? it'l "llfllefrr ,Afnktuw, tj r.
tan Mull. 10.000 T. allmnblala. H'Ml.t
all lir.l,i.. hl. .Ur fc.mlr.K
A familiar name of the Chicago,
Milwaukee & St. Paul Railway, known
all over the Union as the Oreat Railway
running the "Pioneer Limited" trains
every day and night between St. Paul
and Chicago, and Omaha and Chicago.
"The only perfect train In the world."
Understand: Conneotions are made
with all transcontinental lines, securing
to passengers the best service known.
Luxurious coaches, electric light, steam
heat, of a variety equaled by no other
See that your ticket reads via "Th
Milwaukee" when going to any point
In the Uulted States or Canada. All
ticket agent sell them.
For rates, pamphlet or other infor.
J. W. CASOT, . O. J. EDDY.
Tray. Pans. Agt., , rien. Agt.
Portlaiid. Ore. Portland, Or
iV 7 """"7 "" 'T . s ,tt Cut. Wounds. C
e,..r ui.u it-m-l ill inw norm IIT Joints Hlli klmi
eases P.W Mm. 'rr I. wi.h. Jm'l' . ' K"'"
out doubt the greatest throat " and uf al U 11 ruicer '
When other medicines have failed,
take Foley's Kidney Cure. It has cur
ed when everything else hoa disap
pointed. For sale by Frank Hart,
A. It. Pass, of Morgantown, Ind.,
had to got up ten or twelve time In
the night and had severe backache and
twins In the kidneys. Was cured by
Foley' Kidney Cure. For sals by
Frank Hart, druggist.
smiling face depicts a pur heart
an I clean conscience.
Foley' Kidney Cure purifies the
blood by straining out Impurities and
tones up the whole system. Cures
kidney and bladder trouble. For sale
by Frank Hart, Druggist.
No man Is fit for leader until he
learns how to govsrn himself.
TWO nOTTlJtS CURED IUM,
" I was troubled with kidney com
plaint for about two years," write A.
II. Dais, of Mt. Sterling, la., but two
bottles of Foley's Kidney Cure effect
ed a permanent cure." Ald by Frank
First respect yourself If you would
have others respect you.
TREAT YOUR KIDNEYS
When you are suffering from rheu
nmtHin. the kidneys must be attend
ed to at once so that they will elimi
nate the uric acid from Hit blood.
Foley's Kidney Cure In the most ef-
ri'ctlve remedy for this purpose. H. T.
Hopkins, of Polar. Wis. says: "After
unsuccessfully doctoring for three
years for rheumatism with the best
doctors, I tried Foley's Kidney Cure
and It cured me. 1 cannot speak loo
highly of this great medloliie." Fur
sale by Frank Hurt, druggist.
Habit of Industry Is a sure estaU
and frugality Is-a fortune.
THE PRIDE OK HEROES.
Many soldiers In the last war wrote
to say that for Scrutrhe. Bruise.
orns, Sore Feet and
' Arnica Salve Is
Same for Hums.
or no pay. Only
'.'5c at Chas. Rogers' drug store.
1ITE COLUli LINE
..Forlland - Astoria ?ou!o.
STR. "BAILEY GATZERT."
Dally round trips except Sunday.
Leavo Portland 7 a. m.
Leave Astoria 7 p. m.
m . . . . . .
xnrougn t-iriianu conneotions with
, !amer Isahcoua from
' nt . Peach I'oinU.
Line tliket Intar.
changeable with O. It. & N. Co. and
v. i. uo. ucaets.
The Dalies Route
Dally trip except Sunday.
Leave Portland Mon., Wed., "rl., 1 a. ra.
Leave Dalle, Tue., Thur., Sat., 7 a. m.
Lv. Portland Tue., Thur., Sat., 7 a. m.
l.v. iaiie, Mon.. Wed., m. 7 a. m.
Landing at foot of Alder Street, Port
Doth Phone. Main 351.
J. W. Crlchton. The Dalles. Oregon.
A. K. Fuller, Hood lllvr, Oregon.
Wolford & Wyer, Whit Salmon, Wn.
Henry OlmMead, Caron, Wn.
John W. Tott ti, Kt.'Vi tmon, Wn.
J. C. Wya.lt. Vancouver, Wn.
A. J. Taylor. Astoria, Ore.
E. W. CltlCHTON. Portland Oregon.
Denot. Fifth anil
Irving at. Portland
Train for Salem,
Ogden, gan Fran
cisco, Mojuve, Lo
Angeles. E Paso,
New Oreleans and
(dally except Hun.
train connect with
train for Mt. An
Natron, and even
ing train for Mt.
Angel and Hllver
ron. 7:30 a.m Corvallls passen-
t l p.m
114:50 p.m Sheridan passen-
Daily. HUuily exveut WuHUay.
Rbate tlckctn on sale 'v,vn Pnrt.
land, Haeramnto and San Franclco.
Net rates $17.50 first clan, without
berth and 114.00 second class, Including
Rate and tickets to Rnalern r.nlnt.
and Europe. Also Japan. China. Hono
lulu and Australia. Can be obtained
'mm v. A. HchliMng, Third and Wah
Passenger depot foot of Jefferson St.
Leave for Oswego dally nt 7:20, :44
a, m.; 12:30, 1:55, 3:25, 6:16, 6:25, 8:06,
11:30 p. m. and 9:00 p, m. on Sunday
only. Arrive at Portland dally st 6:86.
8:30, ln:50 a. m.; 1:35, 3:15, :2t, 6:20,
7-40, 10:00 p. m.; 12:40 a. m. dally except
Monday; 8:30 and 10:46 a. m. on Bun
Leave for Dallas dally except Sun
ay ft :M P. m. Arriv at Portland
at 9:30 . m.
Passenger train leaves Dallas for
Alrlee Mondays, Wednesdays and Fri
days at 2:45 p. m. Return Tuesdava
Thursday and Saturday,
H. B. MILLER,
Sen. Frt. and Pa. Agt.
O OHiNsMASxal J via
Steamer SUE H. ELMORE
The Largest, Staunchest, Sta.llst. and most seaworthy val
ever on the route. llt of Tabl and Slat Room Aooommoda
tiona Will make round trip every Ov days btwn.
Astoria and Tillamook
Conneotlnt at Astoria wtta the Oregon Railroad Navigation Co. and
the Astoria Columbia It. It. for l"ortland. Has rrantilo and alt
poinia East. For freight and passenger rale apply to
Snmucl Blmoro 5i Co
Utnrul Agent, AsCorlii, Or.
B. O, LAUB.
l. C. R. R. Co.
North Pacific Brewing Co.
EMIL SCHIMPKK, General Mgr.
The Popular Product of the only brewery In North
wetem Oregon enjoy a very latUe domcntld ar.d ex.
KOPPS BKST bottled or in UeK
lreo City Uollvory.
OLD KENTUCKY HOMF
CLUB 0. P. S. WHISKEY
American Pnvorltc Whiskey
BLUMAUER S HOCH
KNt.UU rotirlh 8lrcet
TIMS BOH ED.
9:00 a, ra.
8:60 p. m.
ington St. Paul
6 p. m.
Pall Ik, Denver,
Ft, Wortn, oma.
ha. Kanaa City
St. Loul. Chicago
Ft. Worth, Oma
ha, Kna City.
St. Loul. Chicago
St. Paul, Duiutb
cago and Eait
7:00 a. m
71 hour from Portland to Chloago
No Chang of Car.
OCEAN AND RIVER SCHEDULE
Ail wiling data
subject to change.
For San FrancU-
co vry five day.
7 a. m.
To Portland and
4 a, m.
Steamer Nshootta leaves Atorla on
tide daily for Ilwaco, connecting then
with trains for Long Beach, Tioga and
North lieach point. Returning ar
rive at Astoria am evening.
O. W. LOUN8BERRT, Agent
A. L. CRAIO,
General Panger Agent,
TO AND FROM ALL
St. PAUL, DULUTH, MINNEAPOLIS,
CHICAGO AND POINTS EAST.
Through Palace and Tourist Sl eper.
Dining and Buffet Smoking Library
Dally Train; fait time.
For rates, folder and full Informa
tion regarding ticket, route eto-, call
on or addrma
J. W. PHALON, H. DIOKSON
Trar. Pa. Agt. City Ticket Agt,
13 Third Street. Portland.
A. B. C. D&NNISTON, O. W. P. A .
lu Flrt Avenue,
O. R. A . Co,
y virtue of an execution Issued out
of the Circuit Court of the Stat of
Oregon for C'hitop County, tested lit
15th day of iMober, m, upon a Juilg.
ment rend..rd therein on tho (th day
of March, IMS, (.vr of Swan
Wilson, plaintiff, and against
George lllll and R. It, Marlon, a d
fondant. fr the .um of 1431, together
with Intero.t thereon at the rat of
10 per cut per annum, from laid dstt,
unUl paid, and ih, to: anj dlbur.
nicnl of mild acton taxed at IU.15,
and tiiHin which there wa paU Octo
br loth, UH, on account of Intereat
and prliulp.U the sum of 1247.43, leav
Ing a Mniico duo and unpaid thereon
of t.00, with In'.ereat thereon from
October 10th. 1SJ, at n,o rate of 10
per cent per annum until paid, and
which mid judgment wa on the 2d
dny of Mm-h, W duly transferred and
mwlRiied to and I now owned by N,
P. Horeincn, und lo me directed mid
commanding mo that out of tho per
omU piop..,ty of said defendant or
wither uf them, or If sumYI.'nt cannot
be found tlion out of the real prM.rty
beloiiKlng t aald defondant or either
of them i nald county, on or after the
nul'l 8th day of March, 1896. to atlfy
said execution with rost of and upon
ald writ, I did on the 16th day of Oc
tobcr, 1902, duly levy upon the follow
tng described real estato situated In
Clatsop County, fiMt.i of Oregon,
Lots No, 8. 9, 10, 11, 12,13 and 14, In
block No. 1, and lot No. 1, J, 1 and
4. In blick No. 4, all In th Town of
Hill Ad iltl-ui to Ocean Grove, a laid
und record.-d by George mil.
Notice Is hereby given that I will oil
Monday, th I7tll tlny of Nove,r,
1D03, at tho hour of 10 o'clock In the
forenoon of said day, In front of and
nt the court Iiouko door, In tho City of
Astoria, (n nld county and state, sell
at public auction 0 tho highest bidder
for cash tho ubove-described real es
tate to satisfy ths said Judgment, In
forest and accruing costs.
Sheriff of Clatsop County, Ore.
Dated this 15th day of October, J903.
NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT.
Notice Is hereby given that the un
dersigned, iidinlnlHtrntor of the estate
of Esther Ilrown, deceased, has tiled
In tho County Court of the State of
Oregon for Clatsop County, his final
awount no admlnlHtrntor, and the sumu
has been set for hearing before said
court at tho conty court rooms there
of in the city ofS Astoria, Clatsop
County, Monday, tho 17tu day of No
vember, l!H, at the hour of 10 o'clock
a. m. All person Interested therein
are hereby notified to appear and show
causo, If any, why imld account should
not be allowed, and said estate set
tied and the administrator discharged,
October 13, 1902.
C. S. BROWN.
Administrator of the estato of Esther
H A H N H ft 8ALVE,
Utamoat healing lalv n the world.