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VOL. XXXLV, NO. 9.
ASTORTA, ORRGOJY, SATURDAY, JANUARY II. IH!)0.
PRICE FIVE CENTS
BUY YOUR WIFE A
wJrlv I a Em I I 5 I II -T- .Lm ii 1 II I 111 II
This property is located in Hustler & Aikvn's Ad
dition. The arrangements arc completed for a steam
motor to run within a block of the property, and an
electric street car lino is projected to run on the street
adjoining Block 27.
p. upshur, i
Shipping and Commission Msrchan'
-Tain t. Wharf. A-toria Vs.tn.
Sarbours Salmon Net l wines.
Ni:iTt XK Brand Salmon Twine.
WOOUHK'iXY fltt: Line ami Tlni
SEINES and NETTING
ofaU Description FuniislicJ.it
EtlfCttNt in Fir; Cl.is, Coiujunles.
HirtitiHB I :.(,
I'HtF.MX, -Hartford, Conn
HOKK, Xew York.
Acrii. 1'arlflc Kipress nnd W1N, Fargo .t t'o. j
TMetaii, Later & Anton,
Surveyors and Architects.
OfFiri;, I'O'iM!. rI.AVKI. 15l.Il,
1 O. Ifcix 81.T. ASTORIA, OH.
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Wm. B. Adair,
REAL ESTATE ACENT.
X. E- Cor. Gluey and Thin! -M-..
P. O. Box 436.
Particular attention given to Properties
in Upper AMoria ; alkO to purchase of lim
Abstracts of Title,
C. R. THOMSON
Keeps a full ci or Abstract Books
aat Ti!l .'amlne the Hue to ;ny ne.il hs
tte lit the count ud furuUhan Abtrae
of TtUe to the same
Tistun reutuuabie. Woi k uanniti vA.
Oarnahaii & Go.
l tVhwtOlW lit
I. W. CASK,
ntroinrits .vsi wiioi.ksa'K am
KGTAU. UKAI.1IKS IN
n'-.r.li'i:iir.ir and Ons" slr- is
AST :tl. - - Ol.KOo:-
Th terminus r the Ilwnco and bhoalwator Uav ltrillroad. THE GREAT
EST SUMMER RE-ORT ON THE XORTHWEbT COAST. Lies nt the head
of the IJay, at deep water, and only twelve miles from the bar. The coining
Countv eat ami Commercial Metropolis of Pacific county. Xiw laid out. JiOts
n the'inarkot from S50, and upwards.
rr particulars aud full information, call on or address
Medicine for Throat aud Lung Diffi
culties has long been, and still is, Ayer's
Cherry Tectoral. It cures Croup,
Whooping Cough, Bronchitis, aud
Asthma; soothes irritation of the
Larynx aud Fauces ; strengthens the
Vocal Organs; allays soreness of the
Luugs; prevents Consumption, and,
even in advanced stages of that disease,
telieves Coughing and induces Sleep.
There is no other preparation for dis
eases of the throat and lungs to be com
pared v.ith this remedy.
"My wife had a distressing couch,
with pains in the side and breast. We
tried various medicines, but nono 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
the use of Ayer's Cherry Pectoral. I
have no hesitation in recommending this
to every one afilicted." Robert Ilorton,
Foreman Headlight, Morrillton, Ark.
" I have been afilicted with asthma
(or forty years. Last spring I was taken
with a violent rough, which threatened
to terminate my dajs. Eery one pro
nounced me iu'eonsumptiou. I deter
mined to try Ayer's Cherry Pectoral.
Its effects w ere magical. I w as immedi
ately relieved and continued to improve
until entirely recovered." Joel Billiard,
" Six months ago I had a severe hem
orrhage of the lungs, brought on by an
incessant cough which deprived me of
Bleep and rest. I tried various reme
dies, hut obtained no relief until I be
gan to take Ayer's Cherry Pectoral. A
few bottles of this medicine cured me."
Mrs. E. Coburn, 19 Second .St., Lowell,
"For children afflicted with colds,
coughs, sore thinat, or croup, I do not
know of anv remedy which will give
more speedy relief tl.au Ayer'.s Cherry
Pectoral. I have found it, also, imalu
able in cases of Whooping Cough."
Aim Lovejoy, 1257 Washington Mreet,
Iyer's Cherry Pectoral,
Dr. J. C. Ayer it Co., Lowell, Mass.
Bold Lyall Druggists. Prico $1; six bottles, f 5.
GUSTAY HANSEN, Pro'r.
A l.irsnd WeilSdctfilStivk ol Fine
Al Kxtrrtiiely 1-ow 1'nces.
Ail Ccols !tor.ghl at Thift KMatilishnuut
W:ilc? stncl Clorli ECcjnirli
a srrxiALi v
Comer r.isi and Squ'nioiiua Treei.
Thompson & Ross
Carry a Full I.'ni of
Choice Staple and Fancy
Give Us a Call and Se Convinced.
A NEW ENTERPRISE.
City Express Transfer Company.
H. D. Thing and C. E. Miller,
Headquarers at Maiu street wharf.
A General Lxnrcss aud Delivery Business
Your patronage is -oliclted.
Tiie Famous Newfou'idlaTl Aiv S!il to
I lie Tnrning Into "Wohcs.
The Philadelphia Telegraph is
responsible for the follewing: The
people of Newfoundland .ire gradually
abandoning the fishery and turning
their attention to farming, to mining
and to manufactures. Many thousands
I of acres of land have boen brought '
tmuer cultivation, sneep-raising uti3 ;
received a great impetus, and in every
villiage large floclcs of elieep abound. ;
One great obstacle has now been!
swept away. Great numbers of dogs
were kept by the people. In the sum
mer time, in spite of stringent laws
regarding precautions, they frequently
destroyed valuable sheep.
Atomy localities have abolished them
completely and have introduced sheep
farming oil a large scale. The meas
ure, however, has produced one inci
dental inconvenience of a serious na
lure. In some cases, whether through
the negligence of the police or through
the fondness of owners, dogs have been
buffered, to escape to the ferests: the
animals have become quite wild and
savage, and contiuo to hang nronnd
This may become n serious danger
in the future. The wolf is only a dog
run wild. These animals will propa
gate their kind, and to the cunning of
the tame animal they will add the fero
city of the wild. Already dangerous
encounters liaye occurred. Sheep have
been slain by them. Cattle wander
ing over the plains nud through' the
woods have been attacked by them.
Parties of women engaged, in berry
picking have been prevented from
going far from the settlements.
Men have been attacked by them
and compelled to take refuge in trees.
Lately a herdsman in search of cattle
came across a litter of young pups
and was fiercely attacked by the
mother. Fortunately he was armed
with a pitchfork, and after a desperate
contest slew her and destroyed the cubs.
The hunting of this new race of wolves
may become a national sport or a na
tional business, and the legislature
may find il&elf compiled to provide
for the price of wolves' heads.
Knowing that a cough ctn he cheek
ed in a day, and the first stages of con
sumption broken in a week, we hereby
guarantee i'r. A'-ker's Engli-h Cough
Remedy, and v..Il refund the money 1
all who buy. take it as per dir ct.cus.
and do not find our statement cornel.
Will Ue Olleil io An Areonnt.
While the officers of the wrecked
steamer Wide West are probably con
gratulating themselves upon their for
tunate escape from r. watery gravo,
they are not yet in clover by any
means, for Messrs. Edwards and Mc
Dermotthave preferred the charges,
aud the inspectors at Seattle will mako
a thorough investigation, giving the
young captain a chance to explain why
he took the boat away without the
knowledge of the local inspectors at
this place; also why he placed the
lives of seven men in jeopardy by put
ting to sea when the steamerwas in a
disabled and unseaworlhy condition.
X C'1IIL1 KIM,Et.
Another child killed by the use of
opiates given in thefomi of Soothing
syrup. Why mothers give Ihcii child
ren such deadly poison i- .surprising,
when they can relieve the child of it.
Ecculiar troubles by using Dr. Acker's
aby Soother. It contains no opium or
morphine. Sold by J. V. Cox.v.
If you haven't the moral courage
to laugh at sneers, then you are au
other of uatnre's mistakes.
As a homo remedy for throat and
lung diseases, Ayer's Cherry Pectoral
is invaluable. Druggists now have
If you learn that people say spite-
fill .Ttrtli1 4l?noa l,f t'nn n,il
.t.., iiiKacu luf,o uuuin JU( UUU
untruthful things at that, be quiet.
Children Cry for Pitchers Castoria
KTicn Baby was sick, ire gave her Castoria.
Vhen she was a Child, she cried for Castoria,
Vben aho became Miss, tho clung to Castoria,
Tfhenshehad Children, she gave them Castori
on the Market the Fine Property of Henry Powell,
NEW YEAR'S PRESENT !
Certain to Double in Value Before New Years, 1 89 1 .
ASTOEIA REAL ESTATE
Ths powder never vanes, a uiarvel of
,mnty, strength and holesomenes?. Tdore
economical man the ordinary kinds and can
not he sold in competition with the multi
tude of low test, short weight, alum or phos
phate pow der. SoJd trnlu in cans. Koyai.
11 vkxm; To.vnKit Co. ICfi V'all-st.. N. Y.
Lkvis il. Johnson & Co., Agents, Port
A lrge Millhisr Corporation.
The largest milling corporation on
the Pacific coast is the PugctMill
conpany with headquarters at Port
Gamble, Wash. The company has
large lumber nulls at .Port (J amble.
Port Ludlaw, Jefferson county, and
Utsalady. The combined cut of these
three mills in 1SS9 was 93,000,000 feet
of lumber, valued at 01,425,000. It
was started in 1853 by W. 0. Talbot
and A. T. Poihj, of San Vrancisco, and
J. P. Keller and Charles Foster, of
Maine, who arrived in the previous
July in the schooner Julia Prinylc.
Theiiveragecut of thoPort Gamble
mill per day is 100,000 feet and it em
ploys two hundred men.
Ayer's Sarsaparilla slops tho natise
ous discharges of catarrh, and enres
Don't indulge in the luxury of
strong opinien: in the press rce of
your elders and betters.
A PERFECT HEALEt? OF
Sovercly Cut 'illottlo Cure.
Frcdcricksbu'sT Ter .,, CO. 1&S3.
I was severely cut wivh Ecj:h and knife in
hands and feet and a . bottier su.I-i-ouiOli
completely cured ma
GCSTAV NAUWAIJJ. Jr.
See DirtclhiU with az L'oUic.
At Ditrcfiivrs and DrLrn
THE CHAfiLES A. VOCELEfi CO.. Eatl-mors. IM.
Ktlmnlate tho torpid ller, strengthen
the digestive oralis, rvulatc the bow
els, and arc uncqualctl as an
In malarial districts their if rtucs axo
widely recognized, as they possess
In freeing the system fromthatpoison.
IJoc small. Jilegantly hngar coated.
Price, 23 cents per lor.
Oflicc, 44 Murray St., X. Y.
LARSON & HiLLBACK
AII FKESII FiSITITS.
Onlersielhcrwl Free cf Charge. Country
Orders Solicited. Third afreet,
nnxt to Pioneer onlee.
H. W. Strickler, M. D.
Pure Drugs, Toilet Articles, Etc.
Prescription Clerk speaks Four different
General practice of Medicine attended to
by the Doctor.
r'econd Mreet, mar rostofflce.
Ga 7!s. if'AKI
Morgan & Sherman
And Dealers In
special Attention Given to Filling
.-wL. LINE CARRIED
Mw .Supplies furnished at Satls-
Pi'retuisc delivered In any part of the city.
Office and "Warehouse
t:. Hume's bv l'-itlding ou Water Street.
i. O. Ilox 153. Telephone No, 37.
T. B. Loughery.
Cigars, Tobacco, Cigarettes,
NONE niT THE BEST BRANDS HINDLED.
Opposite Hahn's Root and Shoe Store.
I. W, Case,
ESTABLISHES - - 1870.
Transacts a General Banking Eusiness.
Drafts drawn available in any partoftiie
0. S. and Europe, and on Pong Ko:-g, China
OmcR JiOUh : M 4. 31 loS . v.
Onn ki i."v.s i:i tu im. Asttr'.i. tni;!i.
Tho only na?diciae which destroys tlc
Complaints, Coisumption (if not too far
md cin Dioisos. It i s n sifo and poitivo
:arp for Loss of Manhood andGon
prrhoPloaRanttodrijlc. Givoita trial
Price, 75 cents and 51 25.
PACIFIC SLOPE MEDICINE CO..
Spokano Falls, Wash.
J. C. Dement, Sole Agenr, Astoria
CniEF OF POLICE SALE.
Notice is hereby given that by virtue
of a vrarrant issued by the auditor and
police judge of the city of Astoria, in
accordance with an order made by the
common council of the city of Astoria,
1)3 ordinance number lir.8. entitled an
ordinance ordering the auditor and po
lice judge to issue warrants for the col
lection of assessments remaining un
paid on the Washington street sewer as
sessment, approved November 29th. 1SK9.
Said warrant hearing date tliu30thday
of November 18S9, commanding me to
levy upon lot number 4 in block number
ou in iiic cuy m .asiuna, us uiiu oui ami
recorded by John McCIure. to collect an
assessment of S65, which assessment
was made for theconstrurtionof a sewer
in Washington street, between the south
side, Astor street 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 side of Astor street to
100 feet north of the north side of Water
street, approved July 25, 18S9. 1 have
this day leived upon lot number 4 block
number 39 in AtcClure's Astoria, said lot
being assessed toChas. Itohr as owner.
and nn WPflnnsflav fhe5!ltli nf .Innunrv
1890, :.t 2 o'clock I.3r.of said day in
front of the courthouse door in said city
of Astoria, Clatsop county, Oregon, will
proceed to sell lot No. 4, blk No. 39 in Mc
Clure's Astoria, to the highest bidder
theiefor, 'to pay said assessment, costs
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 Police.
CHIEF OF TO LICE SALE.
Notice is hereby given that bv viriuo
of a warrant issued by the auditor and
police judge of tho city of Astoria, in ac
cordance with nn order mado by the com
mon council of the city of Astoria, by or-1
dinanca nmnber 1133, entitled an ordi
nance ordering the auditor and police ,
judge to issue warrants for tho collection i
of asssments reiBT.nmg unpaid on tho
Washington street sower assessment ap-
proved Nov. r.fcJh, 1SS9. Said warrant
bearing date the 30lh day of November,
1So9, commanding rao to levy upon lot ,
number 2 in block number 10 in tho city j
nf Asfnrin nr ?fiirl rmf nml rt -n-rl.-l lit !
John McClnre, to collect an s.scssmeut
of $ji3, which aessment was made for'
the construction of a sewer in Washing, j
ton street, between the south sido of i
Astor street, and 100 feet north of tho;
north side of ater street, bv ordinr.nco !
.o. l,iuu emitleu an oromanee declaring
tne probable coct ot constructing a eewer
in ashingto:: street from the south side
of Astor street to 1C0 feet north of the
north side of Water street, approved July
2.", 1889, 1 have this day levied nponlot
number 2 in block number 40 in llcClurcs
Astoria, said lot being assessed to M.
Mover as owner and on Wednesday the
29 dav of January 1S90. at 2 o'clock p. u.
of said day in front of the court houc
door in said city of Astoria, Clatsop
county, Oregon will proceed to sell lot
number 2 in block number 10 in jfc
Cluro's Astoria, to the highest bidder
therefor, to pay said assessment, costs
and expense? of sale. Said sn'e to be for
U. S. gold coin.
Dated at Astoria, this 23th day of
W. J. BARRY,
Chief of police.
CHIEF OF POLICE SALE.
Notice is hereby given that by virtuo
of n warrant issued by tho auditor and
police jndge of tho city of Astoria, in ac
cordance with an order made by the com
mon council of tho city of Astoria, b3' or
dinance number 1133, entitled nn ordi
nance ordering tho auditor and police
judge to issue warrants for the collection
of assessments remaining unpaid an tho
Washington street sewer assessment, ap
proved Novembcr29th,lSS9, said warr.uit
bearing date tho :k)th day of November,
18S9, commanding mo to levy upon lot
number 5, in block number 39, iu the
city of Astoria. a3 laid out and recorded
by John AlcClure. to collect an ass-s-ment
of 5GJ, which assessment was m-.dc
for the coustra''io:i of a sewer in Wr ;
iugton street, Ls-twcen tho tnth sido i f
Astor sreet and onohcmlrtd feet n r'L
of the rit.rth side of Water stnel, by t r
din.mce nauibor 11C-'. c::titkd nn orui
n :nce d daring the pr "jahis cst of cen
structing a sower in V.'.isLuitfjn ivh,
from the south side of A-tor &:reet t one
hundred feet north of tho north -.?Jo of
Water street, approved July 2."ith, 18t9, 1
hae this daj levied upon lot nniiibr 5,
in block number 39, in McClure's Astoria,
said lot being .issesses.-ed tj- Chas. Kohr,
as owner, and on W dnesday, ti o 29th
day of Janu try, liftO. at 2 oclCelc v. si ,
of said day, in" front of tho court hou.it.
door in said city of Astori.i, ('latso.i
countj', Oregon, will proceed to b-1I lot
number ."i, in block number 39, in 31c
Clure's Astoria, to tho highest bidder
therefor, to pay said assessment, costs
and exptrirsed of s.ile. Said s lie to be fur
U. S. gold coin.
Dated at Astoria, this23b dav of De
cember, 189. W. J. BAltlJY,
Chief of Police.
ASTORIA TBAKSFER GO.
Conveyances of any kind, on short notice.
Transferring Bjjrgage, etc., a Hicclslty.
Telephone ICo, 12.
siiei::.ian A- WAKD.
City Wood Yard.
Hamilton &. Co., Prop'rs.
Office ami Wooilyanl on Gray'- I.'ock.
All Kinds of Fine Dry Wood Cut
At SEcnsouable Prices. faHnrac-
tlon Uunrni:tee(t Our S'utraa.
All Onlers promptly fiKtl ami delivered
in any part of the city.
Magnus G. Orosby
HAOW1RE, IBOK, S1IL.
iron Pipe and fittings.
STOVJ-8. T lW W A R S
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS
SHEET LEAD STRIP LEAD
T1T1 AND 003pOI7-
Lots arc daily selling by telegraph and letter in
five-acre Block 27, as laid out by 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 by us. Pricos now 10 and 812
per front foot.
Joins Astoria on the East and will be the
terminus of the two Transconti
Young's Addition to Alderbrook!
Is tiie only inside addition on the market,
and prices of lots will treble in value,
within three months.
Buy now, while lots
5zu clown and
ft 77 t'w tSmiI vjw-j Fflvyr jff itSl rtf?l-
a-" -f f- "-41i3B "" jfcyf- I MB 4f (K IJf I RBY
GRAND PRIX PARIS 1878,
GRAND CROSS OF TIIE LEGION D'HONNEDR.
They received the
ONLY GOLD MEDAL
For FLAX THREADS ntthe
Ziosxdon 3Tish.eries Exhibition 1883.
And have been awarded HIGHER PRIZES at the various
Than the goods of any other
IN T1IK WORLD,
Quality Can Always bo Depended on.
Eiprieiei Fisiermen Use .1 Otter.
HENRY DOYLE & CO..
5 1 7 and 5 1 9 Market Street. SAN FRANCISCO.
ACENTS FOR PACIFIC COAST.
"WGODBEEEY SEINE TWINE, ROPE and NET
TING Constantly on Hand. SEINES, POUNDS and
" mmauon m uxucx
LIDDICOAT & CRIBB.
Ho't & SrcCurtrie's old stand h i e over 2C0
plates and d -wings of all kinds and stales
of ilwelllux-h'Hibte, ranging from 900 to
SU00 Call and see them.
are selling for 75-
lU per month.
itu Xiuvest JiiXXibOly JTrlCeB.
j a Tract of Desirable Land
On the Walluskl. containing between 50 and
(30 acre ; half of it 13 tide land. For partic
ulars, enquire of W3L BOCK,
At Gcnnaula Saloon.