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ASTOKLA. OliEGON:
WEDNESDAY...
.JANUARY 8. 1830
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iesiinwted by a (a. m.), thoie between noon
and midnight by ? (p. m.). oh. cum.a denotes
midu:::t, uh. 00m. p denotes noon. '
Tne height Is reckoned rrom the level cf ',
average lower low waters to which thesound- j
hies rr "iven on the Coast Survev charts. I
BOSLNESS CARDS.
CIVIL ENGINEER.
County Surveyor of Clatsop County.
Office : Room No. 7. Kinney's Brick, Asto
iIs,OrcRon. A. CIjEVJELwVKO,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Ofn-c Fl tvelN new brick, building, corner
second and Cass streets ; u, stairs.
O CUKTIS,
Attorncy-at-Lan: oUry Public
Commissioner of Deeds for Washington
Territory, office in Havel's new brick
building. Cor. second ami diss streets.
JOJIX jr. smith.
ATTOIiNEY AT LAW.
Ofllce o-i Cass street, 2 doors bac!: of Odd
Fellows Building, Atoiia, Oregon.
OKKJI XL AX AG A,
ATTOUNEY AT LaW.
Office over White House Cor., Astoria, Or.
f, W. FCL.TO
G. C. FULTON I
FULTttS BSOTHEBS,
YTTOKNEYS AT LAW.
bourns 5 and e. Odd Fellows Building.
q. A. BOIVLBY,
attorney and Counsellor nl JLnw
Office on Chenamus Street, Astoria, Oregon
REAL ESTATE BROKER
ANI
NOTARY PUBLIC.
Established 1SS3.
Tliird Street, next to V, U, Telegraph Of
fice, Astoria, or.
DENTIST.
Rooms ll aim 12 Odd Fellows Building.
ASTORIA, - OREGON.
B.
K. 3IILL.::it, 31. I.
Graduate of Cleveland Homoeopathic Hos
pital iuege, ami l'ost-i;rau.ite of New
York City 1'olycllnic School of Medicine
and Surgerv.
First .md Main streets. Poiliand.
Di-casew of Women a Mpecialfy.
D
H. A. 1.. A.VJ. A, FWiTOS.
Cass street, between 3rd and 4th.
Special attention to Diseases of Women
and Childtcit, by ir A, L. Fulton.
Special attention to Surgery, by Dr. J. A.
Fulton.
Orrice hours fiom 10 to 12 a. m and l to 4
1M.
D
It. JAY Ti'TTLS:,
PHYSICIAN AND SOBGEOS
Room-. No. d Pythian Building.
Office hours 10 to 12 and t to C. Night calls
at Uooni No. 9.
DKO
. B. IWTKS.
PHYSICIAN AND SUBGEON.
Special attention to Diseases of Women
ind Surgery.
't-MOh:' Opposite Telegraph Office, up
Stairs. Astoria, it-non.
TK' P A- REKSi
DENTIST.
Rooms 7 and ?, Flavel's new Biick Build
ing. H.
A. satixzi.
uc7i DPMTTRT.
irs";! " w
&&
Booms 1 and 2 Pythian Building over
C IL Cooper's Store.
Hies ei Orpns.
T am prepared to-f unilsli KN A BE. STECK.
BEU.t HKOS.. OPERA, iiAMMAND and
other Pianos.
Also ORGANS. VIOLINS GUITAl.'S, Etc.
Every instrument selected pertonallv and
guarauleel at 1 rices which defy composition.
Prof. Francis
Residence at Mrs. Holden'a.
CHIEF OF POLICE SALE.
Notice is Lcroby given that by virtue of
a warrant issued bj the auditor and po
lice judge of the city of Aftoria, in ac
cordance w.itb an order made by tho
cemmoa council of tho city of Astoria, by
ordinance number 113S, entitled an ordi
nance ordering the auditor and police
jadpo to issno "warrants for tho collection
of assessments remaining unpaid on the
Washington street sewer assessment, ap
proved November 9tb, 18S9. Said war
rant bearinc date the SUth day of No
vember, 1580, commanding me to levy
spon Jot number G in block number 5, in
city of Astoria, as laid out and recorded
by'Jokn McClure, to collect an assessment
ot $65.uu, which assessment was mado for
ike construction of a sewer in Washing
ton street, between tbo south sido of As
tor street and 100 feet north of the north
side of Water street by ordinance num
ber 1100 entitled an ordinanco declaring
lh probable cost of constructing a sewer
in aabington street from the south sido
of Astor street to 100 feet north of the
Bortk side of Water street, approved July
36, 1869, 1 bare this day levied upon lot
BBBaber 6 in block number 5, in McClure's
Astoria, said lot being assessed to the
fecks of S. Hobson as owners, nnd on
Wcdfiesday, the 29th day of January
1SB0, at 2 o'clock P. M. of said day in
frost of the court house door in said city
of Astoria, Clatsop county, Oregon, will
proceed to sell lot number G in block
MUBber 5, in McClnre's Astoria, to tho
kSgbestr bidder therefor, to, pay said as
HMtsscfit, costs and expenses of sale.
S1 wOe to be for TJ. S. cold coin.
Dated at Astoria thi338th day of Ie-
tt 18W, -.
V. J. DAIUil,
Ckiff of Police.
HOTELS AND KESTAURA2JTS
cnnis. evessox.
F.COOK
THt
ntral Hotel
EVEKSON & COOK.
On tho European Plan.
LAllGE CLEAN HOOMS,
A FIllST-CLASS JiESTA URANT
Board by the Day, Week or Month
Private Rooms for Families Etc.
Transient Custom Solicited.
Oysters, Fish. Meats, Etc., Cooked to
Order,
WATEKSu, Opii. Foard A. Wtekes
A F2RST CLASS SALOON
Run in connection with the Premises. The
Eest of
WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS.
Good Billiard Tables and Private Canl
Rooms.
PARKER HOUSE.
tt. X IMRHEH, Prop.
First Class in Every Respect
Free Coach to tlio Iloasf.
A Fina Sample Room for Commercial
traveler.
Btn Ga'e. lato of the Occident, has charge
of the Dining ltoom.
THE VIENNA
Restaurant ai Chop in.
C. W. Fisher 4c Co., Prop's.
Game, Fish, Oysters, Etc.,
COOKED TO ORDER-
Vina Private Jtooms. KverythtRB
irNt ClnsH.
Genevieve Street, rear of Grlfiiu & Reed's.
SA11SFACTION GBA1L1NTEED.
Maison Doree
RESTAURANT
Domingo ISrxench, Prop'r.
SECOND STUEEr - - Near Postomce.
The Only Trencli Restaurant
In the City.
My object is to mike the Maison Dorf e
the best la Astoria, wliero tho
Finest French Meals
Can be had at all times.
Open Day and Aigltt.
PILES
FOR
SKIN DISEASES
USE
Hcora's Celebrated Poison Oak EemecJy
It kills all inflammation and Irritation. anl
is the uly. sun destrojer of Microbes and
oilier Skin i'ara-ite-i.
Uscfudy. Price, 25 cents a Box.
Next to Demcnt's Drug Store,
Astoria. Oregon,
Shoaiwater Bay and Eastern
OYSTERS,
InAnv Style. Eterytliine tho Market Af
fords. First-CiasS in Every Respect.
Terms, Reasonable. Meals at All Hours.
CHIEF OF TOLICE SALE
Notice ia hereby given that by virtue of
a warrant issued by tho auditor and po
lice judge of the city of Astoria, in ac
cordance with an order made by the
common council of tho city of Astoria,
by ordinance No. 1138, entitled an ordi
nance ordering tho auditor nnd police
judge to issue warrants for the collection
of assessments remaining unpaid on tho
WnsWiuglon Htreet sewer assessment ap
proved November tiDth, 183l, said warrant
bearing date the 30th day of November,
ISSi), commanding mo to lovy npon the
frontage of lot number 2, in block num
ber G, in tho city of Astoria, as laid out
and recorded by John McClure. to col
lect an assessment of W, which assess
ment waa made for tho construction of a
sewer in Washington street, between the
south side of Astor street and one bun
dred feet north of tho north sido of Wa
ter street, by ordinance number 1100, en
titled ail ordinanco declaring tho proba
ble costof constructing a sewer in Wash
ington street, from the south sido of Astor
street to one hundred feet north qf the
north sido of Water street, approved July
25th, 18S9, I have this day levied upon
the frontage of lot number 2, in block
number G, in McClure's Astoria, said lot
being assessed to Astoria Packing com
pany, as owner, and on Wednesday, the
20th day of January, 1890, at 2 o'clock,
p. aiv? of said day; in front of the court
house door in said city of Astoria, Uiat
sop county, Oregon, will proceed to sell
tho said frontage of lot number 2. in
block number G, in McUlure's Astoria, to
tho highest bidder therefor, to pay said
assessment, costs ana expenses of sale
Slid 6alo to bo for U. S. cold coin.
Dated at Astoria, this 28th day of De
cember, issy. w. j. $AiUix,
Chief of Police.
F.H.SURPRENANT&CO.-,
SUCCESSORS TO
a, o. n. o s
County Coroner.
First Class Undertaking
ESTABLISHMENT.
New Styles, Caskets and funeral material
Next to AsToniAN office.
H. Ekstrom.
WATCHMAKER, . Astoria, Or.
1NE DIAMONDS.
Jewelrv. Watches Clocks. Etc. suitable for
Holiday Presents, at very Low Prices; - .
opposite jro' uauery.
m'i.I
' Ml
RiiGKer s Bestanrant
rfeg;
'wgatag!iMl
j-y M a
y2ocam t
iivuviuiap
PEAR'S obtairied
toilet SOAP in competition with all the
possible distinction."
Hughes & Co
Wholesale and Retail
LIQUOR DEALES.
rmporters of All Brands of Foreign and Do
mestic wines, Liquors ana uigars.
J. H. Cutter Whiskies a specialty. Val
Blatz Bottled Beer. Finest brands of Key
est anu domestic cigars.
Liquors for Medicinal Purjoses.
Family Trade Solicited. All oiders from
the City and Country promptly filled.
Squemoqua Street. - - - Astoria, Oregon.
North Pacific
BREWERY,
JOHN KOPP, - - - Proprietor.
Patronize Home Industry !
We supply as
GOOD A QUALITY OF BEER
As Any In the Market,
AT AS REASONABLE A PKICK.
The M Pacific Brewery Beer
Is Pure and Unadulterated.
It Kives general Satisfaction and Is Furn
ished in Quantities to Suit.
Leave orders With A, W. Ufzmcer
next to Bergman & Co.'s, or Tred Cooke,
next to Foard & Stokes.
Daily Delivery In Any Part of the City.
AUG. DAMfiLSON,
Sample Rooms.
Dealer In
Wines, Liquors and Cigars.
Aeent for the GUION Steamship Line and
the TlilNGVALLA Steamship Line, direct.
Als i, agent for "Svenskvi Trlbunen" and
'Svenska Amerikanaren."
Corner of Water and West Ninth Streets
Astoria, Oregon.
LOEB & CO.
fines, Lipors anfl Ciprs.
A Large Stock of
FIRST CLASS COODS.
TH TRADE
Supplied at Lowest Market Rates.
All orders filled promptly and Accurately.
Agents for First Cum Foreign and Domestic
urauds.
Main street Opposite Parker House,
ASTORIA. - - - - OREGON.
THE
Resort Billiard Parlor,
GROSBAUEE & BHACH, Prop's.
L. FLCREH'S CELEnKATEI
Gambrinus Beer I
ON DRAUGHT.
Gambrinus Bottled Beer.
J. H. Cutter Whisky, Domestic
aiwl Ii.ey e&t Cigars.
Constantly on hand.
Third Street, fmir doors west of Telegraph
oruce, iormeriy leiepiione Restaurant.
ASTORIA, OREGON.
GERMANIA BEER HALL
The Celebrated
WEINHARD LAGER BEER,
On Draught
On Ice, and Drawn from the Wood.
Five Cents a .Class,
wai. bock,
Proprietor.
Hill's Palace Yarielies.
Open Every Night.
CEO. HILL, - - Solo Proprietor.
NEW PEOPLE WEEKLY.
Aim to Please Everybody. The only Free
Show in Astoria. Wines. Liquors and Ci
gars. Irn Colli Beer.
The Gem Saloon.
The Popular Resort for Astorians.
or the
Finest of Wines and Liquors
Go to THE GEM SALOON.
ALEX. CAMPBELL. - - PROPRIETOB
The Globe Saloon
Under New Management.
Ckrlstlaa WeJcH, Proprietor.
(Formerly Bartender at the "Resort,"
Bestof Wines, Liquors and Cigars.
Corner Main and First Streets.
The Oregon Bakery
A. A. CLEVELAND, rrop'r.
M Bread, Cake and Pastry
None but the Best Materials Used.
Satisfaction Guaranteed Customers
Bread delivered In any part of the city.
I prescribe and folly
endorse Bl.r G as the
only specific for the cer
tain cure ot this dlseize
Amsterdam, N. Y.
We cave sold BlKGfot
many years, and It has
j?iren ue Desroisaus
I faction.
I). U-DrcncACo..
.Cblcato. I1L
I. Sold byDracsfet
Sold tor J. W. Oobb. Attena. Orcoa.
Beware of Imitations, There is Only One
SSS'canaUH
BSri TO 6 OATE.
SJVwaaiMt mm
B KwMMn
kB vrMrfe7
Mil iififiiiini
moun jm
tMMtSSasrl S i
'Paris
the only gold medal
CHIEF; OF POLICE SALE.
.Notice is hereby siren that by virtue of
a warrant issued by the auditor and
police judge of the city of Astoria, in ac
cordance with an order made by the com
mon council- of the city of Astoria, by
ordinance number 1,138, entitled an or
dinance ordering the auditor and police
judge to issue warrants for the collection
or assessments remaining unpaid on me
Wasbincton street sewer assessment, ap
proved November 29th, 1889. Said war
rant bearinc date the 30th day of Nov
ember. 1889. commanding me to levy
uponlot number 6 in block number 39 in
tne city ot Asiona, as iaiu out ana re
corded by John McClure, to collect an
assessment of $65, which assessment was
made for the construction of a sewer in
Washington street, between tho south
side of Astor street and 100 feet north of
the north side of Water street, by ordi
nance number 1,100 entitled an ordi
nance declaring tho nrobable cost of con
structing a sewer in Washington street
from tho south side of Astor street to 100
feet north of the north side of Water
street, approved July 25, 1889, 1 have this
day levied upon lot number G in block No.
39 in McClnre's Astoria, said jot being
assessed to Lhas. itobr as owner, and on
Wednesday, the 29th day of January,
1890, at 2 o'clock p. M. of said day in
front of the court house door in said city
of Astoria, Clatsop county, Oregon will
proceed to sen 101 iiumoer o in diock
number 39 in McClnre's Astoria, to tho
highest bidder therefor, to pay said
assessment, costs and expenses of sale.
Said sale to be for U. S. gold coin.
Dated at Aston a, this 23th day of Dec
ember 18S9.
W. J. BAKRY,
Chief of police.
CHIEF OF POLICE SALE.
Notice is hereby civen that by virtue
of a warrant issued by the auditor nnd
police judco of the city of Astoria, in
accordance with an order made by the
common council of the city of Astoria by
ordinance number 1138, entitled an ordi
nance ordering the auditor .and police
judge to issue warrants for the collection
of assessments remaining unpaid on the
Washington street sewer asessment, ap
proved, November 29, 18S9. Said
waront bearing date the SO
day of November, 1889, com
manding mo to levy npon lot num
ber 3. in block number 39, iu tho city of
Astoria, as laid out and recorded by,
John McClure, to collect an assessment
of G5, which assessment was made for
tho construction of a sewer in Washing
ton street, botween the south sido of As
tor street and 100 feet north ot the north
side of Water street, by ordinance
number 1100, entitled an ordinance de
claring tho probable cost of constructing
a sower in Washington street from tho
south side of Astor street to 100 feet
north of the north side of Water street,
approved July 25, 1889, I have this day
levied upon lot number 3, in block num
ber 39, in McClnre's Astoria, said lot be
ing assessed to Chas. Bohr as owner, and
on Wednesday, the 29 day of January,
1890, nt two o'clock p. h. of said day in
front of the court house door in said city
of Astoria, Clatsop county, Oregon, will
proceed to sell lot number 3, in block
number 39, in McClnre's Astoria, to the
highest bidder therefor, to pay said as
sessment, costs and expenses of sale.
Said sale to bo for TJ. Sgold coin.
Dated at Astoria, this 28 day of De
cember, 18S9. W. J. BARKY,
Chief of Police.
. CHIEF OF POLICE SALE.
Notice is hereby civen that by virtue of
a warrant issued by the auditor and po
lice judge of the city of As tori?, in ac
cordance with nn order made bv the com
mon council of the city of Astoria, by
ordinanco number 1133, entitled an ordi
nance ordering the auditor and police
judge to issue warrants for the collec
tion oi assessments remaining unpaid
for tho Washington street sewer assess
ment, approved November 29th, 1839.
Said warrant bearing dato tho 30th day
of November, 1889, commanding me to
levy upon lot number 7 in block number
iu in tne city oi Astoria, as laid out ana
recorded by John McClure. to collect an
assessment of $53, which assessment was
made for the construction of a sewer in
Washington street, between the south
side of Astor street and 100 feet north of
the north sido of Water'street, by ordi
nance number 1100, entitled an ordinance
declaring the probable cost of construct
ing a sewer in Washington street from
the south side of Astor street to 100 feet
north of tho north side of Water street,
approved July 25, 1889, I have this day
levied npon lot number 7 in block nam-
KirJflin ATniliroa Acfnrin cnirl Inf. ho-
inc assessed to M, Meyer as owner, and
on Wednesday, the 29th day of January,
iow, at z o'ciock p. m. oi saiu uay in
front of the court bouse door in said city
of Astoria, Clatsop county, Oregon, will
proceed to sell lot number 7 in block
number 40 in McClnre's Astoria, to the
highest biddor therefor, to pay said as
sessment, costs and expenses of snle.
said sale to be for U. a. gold coin.
Dated at Astoria this 28th day of De
cember, 1889. W. J. BABRY,
Chief of Police.
CHIEF OF POLICE SALE.
Notice Is hereby given that by virtue of
a warrant issued bjr tho auditor and poj
lice judgo of the city of Astoria, in ac
cordance with an order mndo by the
common council of the city of Astoria,
by ordinanco number 1133, entitled an
ordinanco ordering the auditor and police
judgo to issue warrants for the collection
of assessments remaining unpaid on the
Washington street sewer assessment ap
proved November 29th, 1889. Said war
rant bearing date the 30th day of Novem
ber, 1889, commanding mo to levy npon
the frontage of lot number 4 in block
number 5, in the city of Astoria, as laid
out and recorded by John McClure. to
collect an assessment of $65.00, which as
sessment was mado for the construction
of a sewer on Washington street, between
the south sido of Astor street and 100
feet north of the north side of Water
street by ordinance number 1100, entitled
an ordinance declaring tho probablo cost
of constructing a sewer on Washington
street from the south sido of Astor street
to 100 feet north - of the north aide of
Water street, approved July 25, 1889, 1
have this day levied 'spon lot number 4
in block number o, lnoicvuure s Astoria,
said lot being assessed to Astoria Pack
ing Co. as owners, and on 'Wednesday,
the 29th day of January, 1890, at 2 o'clock
P. M. of said day in front of the court
house door in said city of Astoria, Clat
sop county, Oregon, will proceed to sell
the said frontaee of lot number 4 in
block numbers in McClnre's Astoria, to
the highest bidder therefor, to pay said
assessment, costs and expenses of -sale.
Said sale to be for IT. S. gold coin.
Dated at Astoria this 28th day of De
cember, 1889.
V. J. BABRY,
- - Chief of Police.
To Canners.
Jensen's Patented Can Capping
Machine.
Will Cap and Crimp ftt CASS ier MKUTE.
It has proved to Kcducethe Leakage more
than 50 ier cent, less thaa hand capped.
Price, fCOO. Orders conpUed with by
The Jeuea Ou-Pilliaf HubiM do.
Exposition,
i88g.
awarded solely for
world. Highest
CHIEF OF POLICE SALE.
Notice is hereby given that by virtue of
a warrant issued by the auditor and po
lice judge of the city of Astoria, in ac
cordance with an order made by the
common council of the city of Astoria,
by ordinance -number 11S3, entitled an
ordinance ordering the auditor end po
lice judge to issue warrants for the col
lection of assessments remaining unpaid
on .the Washington street sewer assess
ment, approved November 29th, 1889.
Said warrant bearing date the COth day
of November, 18S9, commanding me to
levy npon lot number 1 in block number
40 in the city of Astoria, as laid out and
recorded by John McClure, to collect an
assessment of $53.00. which assessment
was made for the construction of a sewer
in Washington street, between the south
side of Astor street and 100 feet north of
the north sido of Water street, by ordi
nance number 1100 entitled an ordinance
declaring the probable cost of construct
ing a sewer in Washington street from
the south side of Astor street to 100 feet
north of the north side of Water street,
approved July 25, 18S9, 1 have this day
levied upon lot number 1 in block num
ber 40 in McClnre's Astoria, said lot be
ing assessed to M. Meyer as owner, and
on Wednesday, the 29th day of January,
1890. at 2 o'clock P. M. of said day in
front of the court house door in said city
of Astoria, Clatsop county, Oregon, will
proceed to sell lot number 1 in block
number 40, in McClnre's Astoria, to the
highest bidder therefor, to pay said as
sessment, costs and expenses of sale.
Said sale to bo for U. S. gold coin. .
Dated at Astoria this 23th day of De
cember, 1889.
W. J. BARRY,
Chief of Police.
CHIEF OF POLICE SALE.
Notice is hereby given that by virtue of
a warrant issued by the auditor and po
lice judge of tho city of Astoria, in ac
cordance with an order made by tho
common council of the city of Astoria,
by ordinanco number 1133, entitled an
ordinance ordering the auditor and po
lice judge to issue warrants for tho col
lection of assessments remaining unpaid
on the Washington street sowar assess
ment, approved November 29th, 1S89.
Said warrant bearing date the 30th day
of November, 18S9, commanding me to
levy upon lot number 3 in block number
5 in the city of Astoria, as laid out and
recorded by John McClure, to collect an
assessment of $65, which assessment was
made for the construction of a sower in
Washington street, between tho south
side of Astor street and one hundred feet
north of tho north side of Water
street, by ordinance number 11C0
entitled an ordinance declaring
the probable cost of constructing
a sewer in Washington street from the
south sido of Astor street to one hundred
feet north of the north sido of Water
street, approved July 23th, 1839, I have
this day levied upon lot number 3 in
block number 5 in McCluro's Astorin,
said lot being assessed to the heirs of R.
Hobson as owners, and on Wedncsdav,
the 29th day of January, 1890, at 2 o'clock
p. M. of said day in front of the court
house door in said city of Astoria, Clat
sop county, Oregon, will proceed to sell
lot number 3 in block number 5 in Mc
Clnre's Astorin, to the highest bidder
therefor, to pay said assessment, costs
and expenses of sale. Said sale to be for
U.S. gold coin.
Dated at Astorin, this 23th day of De
cember, 1889. W. J. BARRY,
Chief of Police.
CHIEF OF POLICE SALE.
Notice is hereby given that by virtue
of a warrant issued by tho auditor and
police judge of the city of Astoria, in
accordance with an order made by the
common council of the city of Astoria,
by ordinance number 1133, entitled an
ordinanco ordering the auditor and pot
lice judge to issue warrants for tho col
lection of assessments remaining unpaid
on the Washington street sewer assess
ment, approved November 29th, 1839.
Said warrant bearing dato the 30th day
of November, 1889. commanding mo to
levy upon lot. number 8 in block number
40 in the city of Astoria, as laid out and
recorded by John McClure, to collect an
assessment of $53, which assessment was
made for the construction of n sewer in
Washington street, between the south
side of Astor street and 100 feet north of
the north side ef Water ttreet, by ordi
nance numoer xiuu entitiea an orainance
declaring the probable cost of construct
ing a stwor in Washington street from
the south side of Astor street to 100 feet
north of the north side of Water street,
approved July 25, 1839, 1 have this day
levied upon lot number 8, in block num
ber 40 in McClnre's Astorin. said lot be
ing assessed to M. Meyer as owner, nnd
on Wednesday, the 29th day of January,
1890, at 2 o'clock p. m. of said day in
front of tho court house door in said city
of Astoria. Clatsop county, Oregon will
proceed to sell lot number 8 in block
number 40 in McClnre's Astoria, to the
highest bidder therefor, to pay said as
sessment, costs and expenses of sale.
Said sale to be for U. S. gold coin.
Dated at Astoria, this 28th day of De
cember, 1889. W. J. BARRY,
Chief of Police.
CHIEF OF rOLICESALE.
Notice is hereby given that by virtue
of a warrant issued by the auditor and po
lice judge of the city of Astoria, in ac
cordance with an order mado by the com
mon council of the city of Astoria, by
ordinance number 1,133, eutitled an or
dinance ordering the auditor and police
judge to issue warrants for the collection
of assessments remaining unpaid on the
Washington street sewer assessment ap
proved November 29th, 1889. Said war
rant bearing date tho 30th day of No
vember 1889, commanding mo to levy up
on lot number 7 in block number 11 in
the city of Astoria, as laid out and re
corded by John McClure, to collect an
assessment of $53, which assessment was
made for the construction of a sewer in
Washington street, between tho south
side of Astor street and 100 feet north of
the north sido of Water street, by ordi
nance number 1,100 entitled an ordinance
declarinc the probable cost of construct
ing a sewer in Washington street from
the south sido of Astor street to 100 feet
north of the north side of Water street, ap-
firoved July 23th, 18S9. I have thi3 day
oved upon lot number 7 in block num
ber 11 in McClnre's Astoria, said lot be
ing assessed to Chas. Roher as owner and
on Wednesday the 29th day of January
1890, at 2 o'clock p. jr. of said day in
front of tho court house door in said
city of Astoria, Clatsop county, Oregon
icui proceea to sen ioc namoer i in oiock
number 11 in McClnre's Astoria, to the
highest bidder therefor, to pay said as
sessment, costs and expenses of sale.
Said sale to be for 15. S. cold coin.
Dated at Astoria, this 23th day of Dec
ember lwsy.
W.J.BARRY.
Chief of Police
DEALER IS
Wall Paper and Oil Paintings
SPECIALTY,
Sign Writer, Grainer and
- Ornamental Painter.
Cor. Cam and Jeffenea Sts.. Astoria,
A New Way of Clearing Timber Land.
An invention is said to have been
patented in New Zealand and mother
colonics, which, if it does all that is
claimed for it, will revolutionize the ,
seuiemenc oriimDer lanas. it ia u
composition which, when trees are in
oculated with it. mingles "itself with
the sap and circulates through every
branch and leat, mterly destroying tne
life and rendering the staudiuE tree
in three month's time dead and rotten, i
and so highly inflammable that when J
hred it burns away litorally root ana
branch, for the fire creeps down the
roots into the ground, consuming them
so throughly that tho land can be
sowed after ward. It is available also
for old stumps, doing in a month what
nature takes years to accomplish. It
is the boring of a hole about sis inches
into the tree with an inch anger, fill
ing with composition aud afterward
plugging with cork, tongh clay or j
other suitable substance. ti3 also
very inexpensive, costing only a few
cents even for a large tree.
Six new vessels are on the stocks at
Tnmes's ship-yard at Benicia, CaL
Three are steamers that will cost
$14,000 each, two are schooners at
85,500 each, and he has another started
that will cost 89,000. The steamers
are said to be ordered by the Alaska
Commercial company for rise in Alas
kan waters.
jtfrs. Alice F. Troop, of Pasadena
Cal, died in child birth last Friday
evening. Her husband was a faith
curist and refused a physician. His
body onght to dangle from a Inrap
posts.
As a home remedy for throat and
long diseases, Ayer's CherryJPectoral
is invaluable. Druggists now have
Aver's Almanac
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria
STben Eab waa sict, wc gave her Castoria.
SThea she was a Child, she cried for Castoria,
iVhen she became Miss, she clung to Castoria,
I iVhen she had Children, she gavo them Castoria j
Patti wanted 84,000 to sing last
"Wednesday in Chicago in place of an I
Italian prima donna sick with influ
enza. She kept on wanting it.
Poor Huzaaaiir.
The common lot Is one cf -arrow iy at
least the pessimists, they wh look at the
worst side. Certainly w hat would olherwiso
be a bright existence is often shadowed by
some aliment that overhauls it like a pall,
obscurii'g perpetually the radiance that else
would light the palli Such an ailment, and
a very common oni Is nervousness or in
other words, weakness of this nervous sys
tem, a condition only irremediable where in
efficient or Improper menus are taken to re
lieve it. The concurrent experience of ner
vou people who have persistently used
Hosteller's Stomach Hitters, is tnat it con
quers Mipereiisltlvencs- of the nerves, as
well as diseases-s called which are in
vited and sustained by their chronic weak
ness. As th? m-rvi-x. calu s nmina from the
ureat tonic, the trouble disappear. Uso the
Bitters for malaria, ihciuuatisni. biliousness
and kidney troubles.
Qneeu Victoria admires American
oysters. A dozen barrels were shipped
to her the other day.
ARE YOU MADE miserable bv in-
dhK'stion, Dizziness. Loss of Appetite,
Y-Hov jnIiuiV ShilohV Vitalizer is a
positive curi'. At .1. C. Deraeiit's.
THE 11EV. GEO. JI. TIIArEK, of
Bourbon, lnd.,bas: Coth myself and
wifts owe our lives to Shiloh's Contmr
tton Cure. At J. C. Dcmeut's.
WHY WILL YOTT rv.nli wlion Slit-
loh's Cure will give immediate relief. '
rr ci w cis., ou cis. ami i, ac j. u. De-'
menfs.
SHILOH'S CATARRH REMEDY
a positive cure for Catarrh, Diphtheria
and Canker Mouth. At J. C. Dements'
CHIEF OF POLICE SALE.
Notice is hereby given that by virtue of
a warrant issued by the auditor and po
lice judge of the city of Astoria, in ac
cordance with an order mado by tho
common council of the city of Astoria,
by ordinanco number 1138. entitled an or
dinance ordering the auditor and police
judge to issue warrants for the collection
of assessments remaining unpaid on-the
Washington street sewer assessment, ap
proved November 29th, 1889. Said war
rant bearing date the 30th day of Novem
ber, 1889, commanding me to levy upon
the frontage of lot number 1 in block
number 6 in the city of Astoria, as laid
out and recorded by John McClure, to
collect an assessment of $53, which as
sessment waa made for the constrnntinn
of a sower in Washington street, between '
the south side of Astor street and 100 1
feet north of the north sido of Water
street, by ordinanco number 1100 entitled
an ordinance declaring the probablo cost
of constructing a sewer in Washinoton
street from the south side of Astor street !
to 100 feet north of the north sido of
Water street, approved July 2oth, 1889,
I have this day levied upon the frontage
of lot number 1 in block number G in
McClnre's Astoria, said lot being assessed
to Astoria Packing company as owners,
and on Wednesday, tho 29th day of Jan
uary, 1890, at 2 o'clock p. sr. of said dav
in front of the court house door in said
city of Astoria, Clatsop county, Oregon,
will proceed to sell the said frontage of
lot number 1 in block number G in Mc
Cluro's Astoria, to tho highest bidder
therefor, to pay said assessment, costs '
and expenses of sale. Said sale to bo
for U. S. gold coin.
Dated at Astoria this 55lh day of De
cember, 1889. W. J. BARRY.
Chief of Police.
CHIEF OF POLICE SALE.
Notice is hereby given that by virtue j
of a warrant issued by the auditor and j
police judce of the city of Astoria, in nc-'
cordance with an order mndo by the
common council of tho city of Astoria,
by ordinanco number 1,133, entitled an
ordinanco ordering the auditor and po
lice judge to issue warrants for tho col
lection of assessments remaining un
paid on the Washingron street sewer as
sessment, approved Nov. 29th, 1889, said
warrant bearing date the 30lh dav of No
vember 18S9, commanding mo to "levy np
on frontage of lot number 3 in block num
ber 5 in tho city of Astorin, as laid out
and recorded by John McClure, to col
lect an assessment of $65, which assess
ment was mado for the construction of n
sewer in Washington street, between tho ,
uoaiu Blue ot Asiur Bireeir nnu iuu leet
north of the north side of Water street,
by ordinance number 1,100 entitled on
ordinanco declaring the probable cost of
constructing n sewer in Washington
street from the south side of Astor street
to ono hundred feet north of tho
side of Water street, approved
July 25tb, 1889, 1 have this day
levied npon frontage of lot number 3 in
block number 5 in McClnre's Astoria,
said lot having been assessed to Astoria
Packing company as owners, and on
Wednesday the 39th day of January 1890,
at 2 o'clock p. ir. of said day in front of
the court house door in said citv of As
toria, Clatsop county, Oregon will pro
ceed to sell said frontage of lot number
3 in block number 5 in McClnre's Astoria
to the highest bidder therefor, to pay
said assessment, costs and expenses of
sale. Said sale to be for U. S. gold coin.
Dated at Astoria, this 23th day of Dec-
ember, 1889.
W. J. BARRY.
Gsitf of Poucs.
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1 you will invest one cent ia a postal card and vTritc tons. orowy
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Hay, Oats, anu Straw, Lime, Brick, Cement, Smi anil Plaster
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OVERLAND ROUTE.
Trains for the East leave Fortland at T:C0
a m and 0 p in daily.
Tickets to and from principal points in
thp United States, Canaan, and Europe.
Elegant new dininp cars, l'ullinan palace
sleepers and free family sleeping cars run
through on express trains from Portland to
OMAHA, COUNCIL BLUFFS. KANSAS
CITY, CHICAGO, ST. LOUIS,
FREK OF CHAKOK AND WITHOUT CHANGE
Close connection at Portland for San Fran
cisco aud Puget Sound Points.
TO FORTLAND,
Steamer S. C. Reed
Leaves at fl:C0 a in Mmdav, Wednesday
and Friday, via the Oregon side.
NIGHT BOAT.
Steamer R- R- Thompson.
Leaves Astoria Sunday. Wednesday and
Friday evening at 8 o'clock. Itcuirning.
Leaves Portland, Tuesday, Thursday aud
Saturday nights, at 11 0.
TO SAN FRANCISCO.
The only line of Steamships to San Fran
cisco. Steamers leave Company's dock everj
four days llegular Line of
Tow Boats and Barges,
Tor Towage aud Lighterage.
Inquire a't Company's Dock or for further
particirs.
K. A. NOYE3. Agnt, Astoria.
M. B. BOZOKHI. Ticket Agent. Astoria.
T W I.EK.OPA.
C S MELLEN.Geiieral Traffic Manager"
Portland and Coast S. S. Co.
GRAYS HARBOB.
STR. ALLIANCE. Sails from Tort
- laud every T!iuisay at 7 r. M. ; and
from Astoria ihe fo lowing morning. Land
ing at HoquUni, Aberdeen, Cosraopolls and
Montesano.
SHOALWATER BAY.
STR. DOLPHIN. Sails from Portland
mi l-t ami I5ih of each month, landing at
Noith Cove, South Bend, Wlllnpa and Bay
Center.
F. K. STRONG, President.
CP. UPSHUR, Agent Astoria.
A. B. Steinbacli & Co.
TOE
HATTERS and CLOTHIERS.
MEN'S AND BOYS'
Clothing and Furnishing Goods.
HATS TRUNKS AND VALISES.
Corner First and Morrison Streets, Portland,
OREGON.
Country Orders Solicited, and Promptly
Executed.
S.ARNDT&JFERCHEN
ASTORIA. - OREGON.
The Pioneer Machine Shop
BLACKSMITH
SHOP
NP
Boiler Shop
All kinds of
ENGINE, CANNERY,
KSTD
STEAMBOAT WORK
Promptly attended to.
Aspeclaltymadeof repairing
CANNERY DDM8.
FOOT OF LAPAYETTE 'STREET-
Tne Celelirateil Fracii Core.
Warranted "ADUDnMTIIIE" ormonoy
to cure ArllntlUI llnC refunded.
IS SOLO OS A
POSITIVE
Guarantee
to euro any
form of ner
vous disease
or any dis
order of tho
organs of
Drrnnr- -.ttA.T.Av ow. fl.TrH
.runt Huciuc ..- ". -
isinsfrom tho excessive usoof Stimulants.To
bacco or Opium, or tnronga youthful indiscre
tion, over indulgence. &c. such as Loss of
Brain Power. Wakefulness, Bearing down
Pains in the Back, beminal Weakness, Hys
teria, Nervous Prostration, Nocturnal Emis-
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insanity. PricoSl aboi,6 boxes for$5. Sontrilll lCn UliLI
by mail on receipt of price. -. .. ,,1 "
t iriHTTl-V l:l! I IM TFP. f.ir nnonr S.; nr.m BUlVMnlfV TiuT.nlTfft I I.I ! WA IIMa.
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not citecteu. xnou'anas oi leaimioniaul
' ?v . Wip iiirpn whirl vv n
Addr0S3. Tilt APUBO .XLIHCI3L CO.
c2T. Westers Branch, "--' -
or sale bv J. C. DEMEKT.
S3 & S4 SHOES
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Eben P. Parker, Master.
ForTOWINO, FKKIGHT orClIAK
H. H. PAKMKJC.
I. R. &N. Co.
FROM ASTORIA TO
Tanzy Pt., Ft. Stevens, Ft. Canby
and Ilwaco.
Connecting by Railroad and Steamboats for
NAHCOTTA,
Oysterville, Montesano and Olympia
STEAMER
zMt "GEN. CANBY,"
Tnos. Parkeb. Master.
Will leave Astoria daily (Sundays excepted)
for
Tanzy Ft. Ft Steven Ft." Canby
and Ilwaco,
at 8 A. M., (Tide permitting.)
With Oystervule Mails and Express dally,
and
Through Mails to points beyond, asd
Montesano, W.T., on
Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays
'.Tickets ta Ilwaco... 59 eeata
Ilwaco Freight per Ton, - $2.00
SF"For Tickets, Towage or Charter ap
ply at the company's office, Flavel's wharf.
The Str. Telephone
Portland and Astoria.
Tlmo Table.
Leaves Asteria:
Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday at 6 a. m.
Leaves Pertland:
Monday, Wednesday and Friday at7 A. ac.
Astoria Iron Ms.
ConcomlySt., Foot of Jackson, Astoria. Or
General
Machinists and Boiler Men.
Land and Marine Engines
BOILER WORK,
Steamboat Work and Cannery Work
A. SPECIALTY.
Castings of all Descriptions Made
to Order at Short Notice.
John Fox
A.L.FOX,
J. O. HUSTLKE.
..President, and Sunt.
........Vice President
..... .Sec. and Tress.
500
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HEALTH.
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Cures Chancres, lint and second stares;
Sores on the Lejrs and Body; Sore Brs
Eyes, Nose, etc., Copper-colored Blotches!
Syphilitic Catarrh, diseased Scalp, and all
primary forms of the disease known as
Syphilis. Price, S5 O per B.ttl "
La Rlckaa's Gold em Balsam NTx
Cures Tertiary, MercuriaJSyphllitic Rheu
matism. Pains in tho Bones, Pains in the
Head, back of the Neck, Ulcerated Sore
Throat, Syphilitic Rash, Lumps and con
tracted Cords, Stiffne-ot the Limbs, and
eradicates all disease from the system,
whether caused by indiscretion or abuse
cf Mercury, leaving tho blood pure sad
healthy.. Price S3 OO per Bottle.
Lo Klcaaa's Gelden Spaalsa Amtl
doto for the cure of Gonorrhoea, Gleet
Irritation Gravel, and all Urinary or Goal
tal disarrangements. Price 93 SS er
Bottle. ,.
La Rlchau'ji Golden Spanish In
jection, for severe cases of Gonorrheas,
Jnflammato'y Gleet. Stricture,4c. Price
$1 r.o per Bottle.
Le RIchan's Golden Ointment
for the effective healingof Syphilitic Sorer,
and eruption?. Price $1 OO per Bex.
Le Rlchan's Golden Pills Nerve
and Bra:n treatment; los3 of physics pow.
cr, excess or over-work, rrostraUon, etc.
Price $3 OO per Box.
Tonic and Nervine,
Sent everywhere, C. 0. 1)., securely packed
per express.
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427 & 420 Sansomo street. Corner Ulay.t
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