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ASTORIA, OREGON, WEDNESDAY. JANUARY 8. 1890.
VOL.XXX1V, NO. 0.
I'liJCE FIVE CENTS
BOY YOUR f IFE A
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This property is located in Hustler & Aiken's Ad
dition. The arrangements are completed for si steam
motor to run within a block of the property, and an
electric street car line is projected to run on the street
adjoining Block 27.
C. P. Upshur,
Shipping and Commission Merchant
-iaUi M. Wharf. AMnria. (n -n
Barbour's Salmon Net Twines.
NEI'TliXE Braiul Salmon Twin.
WOODBKKXY Cotton Lines aud Twines
SEINES and NETTING
or all Description Furnished at
KScm1 in First Class Companies.
Arcj PadBc Ksprem ami Well, Fr?o Co.
TMibIsbd, Later & Andersen,
Surveyors and Architects.
OrncK, Room i, Flavkl'j. IIld'ci,
I O. Box 8i:s. AbTOKI A, OR.
-,.rfS R2L -r-0
Wm, B. Adair,
REAL ESTATE AGENT.
N. E. Cor. Olncy and Third sts.
P. O. Box 436.
Particular atleutton given to Properties
In Upper AM 01 la -also Jo purchase of Tim-
Abstracts of Title.
C. It. THOMSON
Keeps a full set of Abstract Books
aad 111 examine the Title to any ileal .Es
tate la the couutv and furnish au Abstrac
of litleto the same.
Terms reasonable. Work guaranteed.
-Carnalian & Go.
IMPOKTKRS AND WHOLESALE AND
RETAIL DEALERS IS
Oonirr Chennums and Caas streets
The terminus of the I Iwaco and Shoalwater Bay Kaihond. THE GREAT-
ESTSUUMER BEbOKT ON TME.-KjORTUWEST .COAJST. Lies at the head
fflbe Bay, at deep water, and only twelve- miles Jrom the bar. The coming
sirtytamljComercial3ltrjwi9ofPacifc-county. 3so laid ouL Lots
jm the mKkH.lt0m.9ta. an4.uwiuus..
-ffr particulars andfuH4Moration, call on or address
B., A. SEABORC,
"xsFatcis. jv jr.-y,f
r. ts ?y 43Xiid
Medicine for Throat and Lung Diffi
culties has long been, and still is, Ayer'a
Cherry Pectoral. It cares Croup,
Whooping Cough, Bronchitis, and
Asthma; soothes irritation of the
Lary nx and Fauces ; strengthens the
Vocal Organs; allays soreness of the
Lungs; prevents Consumption, and,
i en in ad anced stages of that disease,
relict &s Coughing and induces Sleep.
There is no other preparation for dis
eases of the throat and lungs to he com
pared with this remedy.
"My -wife had a distressing couch,
m ith pains in the side and breast, wo
tried various medicines, hut none did
her any good until I got a bottle of
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral, which has cured
her. A neighbor, Mrs. Glenn, had the
measles, and the. cough was relieved by
tho use of Aycr's Cherry Pectoral. I
have no hesitation in recommending this
to every one afflicted." Robert Ilorton.
Foreman Headlight, Morrillton, Ark.
" I have been afflicted w ith asthma
lor forty years. Last spring I was taken
; ith a violent cough, which threatened
to terminate my days. Eery one pro
nounced rho in consumption. I deter
mined to try Ayer's Cherry Pectoral.
Its effects were magical. I was immedi
ately relieved and continued to improve
until entirely recovered." Joel Bui lard,
" Six months ago I had a severe hem
orrhage of tho lungs, brought on by an
incessant cough which deprived me of
Bleep and rest, I tried -various reme
dies, but obtained no relief until I be
gan to take Ajer's Cherry Pectoral. A
few bottles of this medicine cured me."
Mra. E. Coburn, 19 Second St., Lowell,
"For children ailiiilrd with colds,
coughs, son tJii oat, 01 (.roup, I do not
know of aii iimed. which will give
more sccdv relief than Ajcr's Cherry
Pectoral. I ha found it, also, im alu
able in ca.se-s of Whooping Cough."
Ann Lovejoy, 1257 Washington htrcet,
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral,
Or. J. C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Mass.
Sold by all Drn jgitU. Pncc $1 ; aix hoUlei, $5.
GUSTAT HANSEN, Prop'r.
A Larg'' and Well Selected Mock of Fine
BiaioiiuS i Jewelry
At Extremely Low Trices.
All Goods Bought at TbU KsUblUhmeiit
Watch and Clock Repairing
Comer flas and "uemoiift Mret.
Thompson & Ross
Carry a Full Line ot
Choice Staple and Fancy
Give Us Call and Be Convinced.
A NEW ENTERPRISE.
City Express Transfer Company.
H. D. Thing and C. E. Miller,
Headquarters at Main btreet wharf.
TELEPHONE NO. 43.
A General .Express and Delivery business
Your p.itrouaue is solicited.
fiBL,aol - D'Jiii. - - i
. A NEW KI'I E OE LEGAL ITIaCTICF.
He Kr.iiiire.l a Second to ail 3litiuin In
A prominent legal luminary relate.?
an amusing incident ocenrring in the
course of his early attempts at the bar '
of justice. It was in the court room ,
of a justice of the peace in veatern
Kansas. The sqnire hail been elected
solely upon his political qualifications
and Vithont the slightest reference
to any real or suppositious legal at-'
tainmenis. He was well up in fron-
tier politic?, however, and had a fine j
notion of the manner in which a meet
ing of any kind should bo conducted.
The case was an acuon oy the stale
against one Jones for stealing
a horse. The complaint had been
somewhat hurriedly drawn up,
and as soon as tLc lumin
ary, who was defending the case,
observed it he thought he saw a
chnnco to get his man off without go
ing into the merits. The county at
torney was not in attendance, and,
when the casa was called the defend
ant's council rose and declared the
complaint to be worthless, and pro
ceeded to show why. He concluded
his argument by saying: "And now,
jour honor, I move that the complaint
be quashed and that the defendant be
This style of proceeding was just
in his honor's line, and looking sol
emnly around upon the crowd that
had assembled to witness the proceed
ings, he blandly inquires, "An j body
second the motion?'
There was a brief silence and it
looked dubious for awhile, until the
prisoner struck a happy idea, and, ris
ing to his feet, deferentially addressed
the court, saying, "I second tho mo
tion, your honor."
"You've heard tho motion, gcntlo
men,' 6aid tho'court; "all in favor of it
say 'aye'; contrary, 'no.' Tho ayes
have it and the prisoner is discharged."
After the court adjourned the jus
tice tapped a friend on the shoulder
and said: "By George. Bill, that's a
good way. I never thought of it be
fore, but it simplifies the practice
wonderfully." Kansas City lIolte
TiiEFJftrsKJirroM of dith.
Tired feeling, dull head.o-he, pains in
various parls of the body. Milking at the
pit of the .stomach, loss of ap. ctue. fe
erishness, pimples or soies,are all poi
tive eidenee of poisoned bbod. No
matter how It uscami poisoned it
muslin? purified Jo aod dclh. i'r.
Ackei's English Bl od HKirhas ncrcr
failed to remove scrolulous or sj politic
1 oisons. Sold t uiler lwiaithe guarantee,
by. I. W.Conn.
A representative of fifty colonibt
families from Michigan is in "Wahkia
kum county hunting up locations.
TH IT TEKKIBLi: OTtiil
In the morning, hurried or difficult
breathing, raising phlagm. t ghtnes in
the nhest, quickened pulse, chilline-s in
the evening or sweats at night, all of
any of these things are the first stages
of consumption. Dr. Acker's English
Cough Remedy iciM cure these fearful
symptoms, and is sold under a jos!tire
guarantee by J. W. Conn.
Jefferson Davis' great-grandmother
was a Bister of President Harrison's
Ajer's Sarsaparilla stops the nause
ous discharges of catarrh, and cures
J. C. Butler, a second cousin of Ben
Butler, died in the Globe lodging
house at Tacoma last Friday night in
a drunken sleep.
BETTER THAN GOLD.
RESTORED HER HEALTH.
Pox 25 years I coffered from bolls, erysipelas
and other blood affections, taking daring that
time great quantities of different medicines with
out giving xnc any perceptible relief. Friend
iadncedmeto try S. B. S. It improved me from
the start, and after taking several bottles, re
stored my health as far as I could hope for afc
my age, whkh is now ecrcaty-fivo years.
Has. 8. X. Lccas, Bowling Green, Ky.
TtM&e on Blood and Skin Diseases mailed free.
SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., Atlanta, G. .
? .,- v.r.3 ukbif net!-
on the Market the fine Property of Henry Powell,
NEW YEAR'S PRESENT !
Certain to Double in Value Before New Years, 1 89 1 .
ASTORIA REAL ESTATE
Tills poxderceer vanes, A nianel ot
,iunty, strength and uholesomene1?. More
economical than the oniinarj kiua,aiid can
not be sold in competition with the multi
tude or low test, 5hrt weight, alum or ptio--pliate
iwvvders. Sold imlu in c. lioYAi.
KAKt0 rowiiRltCO. SOT. V'jtlJ-sl . N. .
Lkwis SI. Johason & Co , Agents, Po:t
I mil. "regon.
Son of a Gunn.
Teacher (to new scholar) What is
"Give me vour full name.'
"John G. Gunn."
"AYhat is the G. for?
"Wliat do yon mean by that?"
"Well, all the bojs call me. Johnny
Getyer Gunn, anj'how." Texas Sift;
E. J. Baldwin, familarlj known as
"Lncky Baldwin" is organizing a
com panj' to compete with the Alaska
Commercial company for the lease of
the fur seal islands.
The snow has fallen so deep in the
Cascade mouutaiiiS tliat the con
tractors on the Oregon Pacific road
have lx?en compelled to cease work
for the present.
hj DRUGGISTS AND DEALERS!
stimulate the torpid lHcr, xtrcngthcu
tho digestive organs, regulate the bow
els, and are unequaled as an
In malarial dlstrloU their virtue axo
widely recognized, as tliey possev
1b freeing: the system from that poison.
Iosc small. Elegantly sugar coated.
Price, 35 cents per box.
Office, 44 Murray St X. Y.
LARSON & HILIBACK
ASD FRESH FK1HTS.
Orders TelUered Free of Cliarpe. Country
Orders Solicited. Third btreet,
next to Tloneer ofllce.
H. W. Strickler, M. B.
Pure Drugs, Toilet Articles, Etc.
Prescription Clerk speaks Four different
General practice of Medicine attended to
by the Doctor.
Second ."tree;, mar Post office.
"V as '
Morgan & Sherman
- ( J ROGERS
nd Dealers lu
special Attention CIvanto Filling
h -UL. LINtf CARRIED
vi: supjtiitts furnished at Satis
l'Mv.i-!e!lvTed tn any part of the city.
Office and Warehouse
lu .it,m.s New ituilding on Water Street.
I f. Itux 15.; Telephone No 87.
T. B. Loughery.
Cigars, Tobacco, Cigarettos,
XONK BUT THE BEST BRANDS HA5DLED.
Opposite Halm's Boot and Shoe Store.
I. W. Gase.
ESTABLISHED - - 1870.
Transacts a General Banking Business.
Drafts drawn available in any part of the
0. 8. and Europe. And on Hon-; Konij, China
Orn.'K Uouks : ! a. m. to 3 r. m.
Oir TK1I.OW-. Iti.ii ji.,. Vitoria. On son.
Tlia only medicine which doPtroys the
zrmB of Catitrb, Rheumntlsm, Femnlo
Complaints, Co isamption (if not too far
Uin). DysDepsin. Malarial and nil B'ood
ind Skin Diseases. It is a Bare and poitiro
yire for Loss of Manhood and on.
Drrhou Is pleasant to druk. Givoita trial
Price, 75 conts and $1 25.
PACIRC SLOPE MEDICINE CO.,
Spokano Falls, Wash.
J. C Dement, Solo Agent, Astoria
CHIEr OF TOLICE SALE.
Notice is hereby civen that by irtue
or a warrant li-suetl by the auditor and
police JtidR? of the city of Astoria, in
accordance with an order mad. by tlic
common council of the city of Astoria,
by ordinance number 1138. entitled an
ordinance ordering the auditor and po
lice judge to issne warrants for tho col
lection of assessments remaining un
paid on the Washington street sewer as
sessment, appro ed November 29th:i8tt9.
Said warrant bearing date the 30th day
of 'November. 1889, commanding me to
lew upon lot number 4 in block number
3U in the city of Astoria, as laid out and
recorded by John McClure, to collect an
asses-ment of ?CT, which assessment
wa l.iatto for the construction of a sewer
in Washington street, between the south
side, Astor sticet and 100 feet north of
the north side of Water street, by or
dinance number 1100 entitled an ordin
ance declaring the probable cost of con
structing a sewer In Washington street
from the south bide of Astor street to
100 feet north of the north side of Water
street, approved July 25, 18S9. 1 have
this d.iv lened upon lot number 4 block
ntiuiber 39 in ilcClure's Astoria, said lot
being assessed to Chas. Itohr as owner,
and on Wednesday the 2Dth of January
1890, at 2 o'clock r.Jd.ot said day in
front of the courthouse door in said city
; of Astoria, Clatsop count, Oregon, will
Erocced to sell lot Mo. 4. Dik iso. iv m mc
lure's Astoria, to the highest bidder
therefor, to pay said assessment, cqsts
and expenses of sale. Said sale to be
for U. S. gold coin.
Dated at Astoria, this 28 day of Decem
W. J. BARRY,
Chief of Poltco.
CO. 1 1
CHIEF OF POLICE SALE.
Notice- is hereby given that by virtuo
of n warrant issued by tho- auditor and (
police judgo of the city of Astorin, in ac
cordance with an order rnnue by tho com
mon council of the city of Astoria, by or
dinance number 1133, entitled an ordi
nance ordering the auditor and nolico
judge to issue warrants for tho collection
of assessments n miming unpaid on tho j
Washington street Sewer assessment ap-;
proved isov. :sttii, r .'. baid warrant
bearing dnte tho tfJth diy of November,
1S9, commandtug rae to levy upon lot
number 2 in block number 40 in the city
of Abtona, ar lnld out aud recorded bv
John McClure. to colcct an assessment
ui fo, nuivu tuuiiiiLut wua niKUti lor
tho construction of a sower in Washing
ton street, between the south side of
stor street, and 100 feet north of tho
north side of Water street, by ordinance
No. 1,100 entitled an ordinanco declaring
thoprobable cost of constructing a sewer
in Washington street from the south sido
of Astor street to 100 feet north of tho
north side of Water street, approved July
2.", ISiO, I havo this day levied upon lot
number 2 in blocknnraber40in IklcClnres
Astoria, said lot being assessed to M.
Mover as owner and on Wednesday tho
29 day of. January 1890. at 2 o'clock i. m.
of paid day in front of the court house
door in said city of Astorin, CI i on
county, Oregon will proceed to sell lot
number 2 in block number 40 in He
ctare's Astoria, to the highest bidder
therefor, to nay said assessment, costs
and expenses of sale. Slid solo to be for
U. o. gold com.
Dated at Astoria, this 2Sth day of
W. J. BARRY,
Chief of police.
CHIEF OF rOLICE SALE.
Notice is hereby ch en that bv.virtuo
of a warrant issued by tho auditor and
police judge of the city of Astoria," in ac
cordance with an order made by tho com
mon council of the city of Astoria, by or
dinance number 1138, entitled an ordi
nanco ordering tho auditor and police
judge to issue warrants for tho collection
of assessments remaining unpaid an the
Washington street sewer assessment, ap
proved November 29th, 1889, said warrant
bearing date the 30th day of November,
18S9, commanding mo to !ey upon lot
number C, in block number 39, in the
city of Astorin, cs laid out and recorded
by John McClure. to collect an assess
ment of $0.1, which csaesaineut was made
for the construction of a scvor in Wash
ington street, between the bonth side of
Vstor stm t and one lumdrid feet north
of the north sulo of Water street, l.y or
dm nice number 111M, cutitkd in ordi
n i:re declaring tlic probable cu-t of eon
ttruciinnoweriu Washington str.e ,
from thebuuthfeide of Astor street to one
hundred feet north of thenorth sido f
Water street, nppnmd July 2Tth, 18S9, 1'
havo this day levied upon lot number .,
in block number 39, in McCIure's Astoria,
said lot being nssevsisseiT to Cha. Rohr.
as owner, and on Wednesday, tbo 29th
day of January, 1890. at 2 o'clock r. zr .
of said day. inf ront of the court l.oiiao
door in siid city of Astoria, Ciatsop
county. Oregon, will proceed to ell lot
number .". in block number 39, m Mc
Clure'.s Astoria, to tho highest bidder
therefor, to pay said assessment, costs
and expenses of sale. Said sale to be for
D. S. irold coin.
Dated at Astoria, this 23th dnv of De
cember, 1SS9. W. J. BARRY,
Chief of Police.
ASTORIA TRANSFER CO.
Convejances of any kind, oa short notice.
Transferring Baggage, etc., a specialty.
Telephone No. 12.
SHERMAN k WARD.
City Wood Yard.
Hamilton &. Co., Prop'rs.
Office and Woodjard oa Gray'.s Dock.
All Kinds of Fina Dry Wood Cut
At Keaoncbli Prxn'. Satisfac
tion ;unrnnto-ri Our Patrons.
AH Orders prompt!. fil'td and delivered
in any part ot the e ty.
Magnus G. Grosby
HAOff ARE, IRON, STEEL.
Iron Pipe and Fittings,
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS
SHEET LEAD STRIP LEAD
TTM-r AND Copper.
Lots are daily selling by telegraph and letter in
five-acre Block 27, as laid out Vy J. H. D. Gray. This
property is the straight goods; only one mile from
the postoffice, clear and nearly level. No wild cat
property handled hy us. Prices now $10 and $12
per front foot.
Joins Astoria on the East and will be the
terminus of the two Transconti
nental Railways. '
Is the only inside addition on the market,
and prices of lots vail treble in value
within three months.
Buy now, while lots are selling for 75;
20 down and 10 per month.
Wingate & Stone,
fJ WJiDfN FLAXMlLLS.USBURN.lRELANn7 "J7
GRAND PRIX PARIS 1878,
GRAND CROSS OF THE LEGION D'UONNETJR.
Thej re -clved tho
ONLY GOLD MEDAL
For FLAX THREADS at the
London Fisheries Exhibition 1333.
Au 1 liae been a', aided HIGHER i'RIZES at the various
Than tin, goocL of any other
IN TUK WORLD,
Quality Can -a.l'scays bo Depended on.
ExD8riencefl FMofm Use i Bto.
HENRY DOYLE & CO..
5 1 7 and 5 1 9 Market Street, SAN FR AKCISC0.
AGENTS FOR PACIFIC COAST.
3T00DBEREY SEINE TWINE. ROPE and NETTING-
Constantly on Hand. SEINES, POUNDS and
TRAPS Furnished to order at Lowest Factory Prices.
LIDDICOAT & CRIBB.
Carpenters ami Builders.
Ho't & McUurtrle's old stand, have over 2C0
plates and drawings of all kinds and stj les
ol dwelling-houses, ranging from S0CO to
51 ,100 Call and see them.
I A Tract nf Dssirahfo Land
On the Walluskl. coutalnln; between ZO and
CO acres ; half o It Is tide hiinl. F?r pattlc
ulars. enquire of W"f. BtKJK,
At Gerniajii Saloon.
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