The daily morning Astorian. (Astoria, Or.) 1883-1899, January 12, 1890, Image 4

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ASTORIA. OREGON:
BUXDAY
. JAJOJAltY 12. 1530 j
TZIJK TABLE FOE AJ5TOHIA. t
.TASUAKY.
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J LOW WATE1U
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The bouts between mtduignt aud noon are
designated by a (a. m.). those betveeu noon
and midnight by p (r. m.). oh. oOm.a denotes
midnhtbt, ah. O0;n. v denotes noon.
"1 e height Is reckoned from the level ol
Hvenu;elovver low waters to w hlch the sound
ings are nven on the Coast Survey charts.
BUSINESS CARDS.
iy D, KAYJIOXD,
CIVIL ENGINEER.
County Surveyor of Clatsop County.
Office : Room Xo. 7. Klnnej 's liilck, Asio
i la, Oregon.
A A. CJLiET'KLiAXl,
ATTORN Er AT LAW.
OSSttc FlRvel new brick building, comer
iecond and Cass streets ; up stairs.
C J. CUXtTIS,
Attorney-at-Law: otary Pablic.
Commissioner of Deeds for Washington
Territory Office hi Flavcrj new brick
building. Cor. Second and Cass streets.
JOltX IS. S3JITK.
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Office on Casj street, 2 doors back of Odd
Fellows Building, Astoria, Oregon.
TI.EH KAAAA,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Onlee over White IIouso Cor., Astoria, Or.
C TV. FBUTOX. o. a TVJTOH
riTLTOS SJROTHERg,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
rainsSaud 6, Odd Fellows Building.
X O. A. BOWIjBY,
tfriey nuil Counsellor at .aT7
USceoa Clieaaraus Street, Astona, Oregon
"RK.1Z. kstats broker
AND
XOTARY PUBLIC.
Established 1883.
Tlilrd Street, next to W. U. Telegraph Of
fice, Astoria, Or.
rR- .7. K. Ij.Y b'OiJCR,
DENTIST.
Kooms 11 aim 12 Odd Follows Building.
ASTORIA,
OREGON,
B.
k. 2iiL.L,i:rr. zx. s.
Graduate or Cleveland Homeopathic IIos
nttal College, and l'osi;ralii.ite of New
York City Polyclinic School of Medicine
ass Surgery.
First -ind Main streets, Portland.
Diseases of Women a Nperfaltj.
D
RSJ. A. U. AXW .?. A, rV.ltTHX.
Cass street, between 3rd and 4th.
Special attention to Diseases of Women
aad Children, by Dr. A, L. Fulton.
Special attention to Surgery, by Dr. ,T. A.
Faltoo.
OrSce hours from 10 to 12 a. :.r and l to 4
r.x.
D
K, JAY TCTT1.K,
PHYSICIAN AND SUEGEON
Rooms No. C Pythian Building.
Office hours 10 to 12 and l to c. Night calls
at Room No. 9.
D
K.o.B.r.STr.
PHYSICIAN AND SUKGEON.
Special attention to Diseases of Women
nnu Suraerv.
tV?VH1,p0-ie. TelraPh orace "P I
talTS. Astoria, .lgoll.
TK. I. A. KCKS,
DENTIST.
Kooms 7 and s. Flavors new ItrJck Uuild
. rosar;;.
DENTIST.
Room t and 2 Pythian
C 1L Cooper's Store.
Building over
"W. T. 11CKXKV.
1..T. ISAIMX.
B
URNEY
AKIN,
ttoriieysi
i at-ban'.
Oregon City, Oregon.
Twelve jears experience as ItegUter or
the 0. 8. Land ORlee here, recommends us
la rseclaUv of Miuingund all other bus
Jaws before the IjuuI Olllce or the Courts.
atta oliing the practice in the General
Laaaonicc
H. Ekstrom.
WATCHMAKER, . Astoria, Or.
FIXE DIAMONDS.
Jewelrv. Yatches Clocks. Etc, suitable for ;
Battdsy l'rcienis. at very lxnv Prices.
Oppesh Crow' Galleiy.
Special Meeting.
THERE WILL HE V SPECIALMEETIXG
Uw Columbia Elver Fishermen's Pro
fetive Uaioa at Liberty Hall at 7 0 v. M.,
w We4c34ay, January l5tli, ltrK), to set the
price e fta on the Columbia river for the
"" GEO. JOHNSON. Secretary.
Wiiee, Argand and Acorn
Stoves i Ranges,
Cooking and Heating,
sYxmroxE fdlly warkanted.
WATSX CWSETS, PLUMW5G GOODS,
PUMPS, SIKKS, AKD BATH TCBS.
KToe cfo SoxxlXy.
OHENAMUS STREET.
Pckt Match Safe Free to Smokers ot
tL
HOTELS AfD KESTAURANTS
cuius. KVEXSON .
r. cook
THL
lentral Hotel
EVENS0BT & COOK.
On the European Plan.
LARGE CLEAN ROOMS,
, A FIRST-CLASS RESTA URANT
Board by the Day, Week or Month
Private Rooms lor Families, Etc.
Transient Custom Solicited.
Ojsters, Fish. Meats, Etc., Cooked to
1 Order. .
i WATER Kt., 0pp. Fear tkea
A FIRST CLASS SALOON
Run In connection with the Premises.
The
uest or
WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS.
, Good Billiard Tables and Private Card
Itooms.
THE VIENNA
jBAraot mi Chop House.
C. W. Fisher & Co., Prop's.
(Game, Fish, Oysters, Etc.,
COOKED 10 OltDEK-
j Fln.' Private Itooms. K very thing
first CIH8B.
Genevieve Street, rear or Griflln ft Reed's.
SATISFACTION GUARANTEED.
Maison Doree
RESTAURANT
Oominso Bcxench, Frop'r,
SECOND STREET - - Near rostofflcc.
The Only French Restaurant
in mo uiiy.
My object Is lo make the Maison Dorco
the best in Astoiia, where the
Finest French Meals
Can be had at all limes.
Open Iaj- aud JXighJt.
PILES
FOR
SKIN DISEASES
USE
Moore's Celebrated Poison Oak Eemedy
It kills all inflammation and irritation, and
Is ihc only sure destroyer of Microbes and
o'her Skin PaniltC:.
Use freely. Price, 25 cents a Box.
Next to Dement' Drug Store,
Astoria. Oregon,
Shoal water Bay and Eastern
OYSTERS,
In Anv Style. Eterythim; the Market Af
fords. First-Class In Every Respect.
Term". Reasonable. Meals at All Hours.
CHIEF OF TOLICE SALE.
Notice is hereby given thattiy virtue of
a warrant issued by the auditor and po
I lice judRe of tho city of Astoria, in ac-
cordanco with an order made by the
common council of the city of Astoria,
by ordinance No. 1138, entitled an ordi
nance ordering tho auditor and police
judge to issue warrants for the collection
I of assessments remaining unpaid on tho
Washington street sewer assessment ap-
proved November 20th, 1839, said warrant
U,;M,1n tWJIfl, Anv f KnmnW.
18S9, commanding mo to lovy npon tho
frontage of lot number 2, in block num
ber G, m tho city of Astoria, as laid out
and recorded by John McClure. to col
lect an assessment of $f3, which assess
ment was made for the construction of a
sewer in Washington street, between the
south sido of Astor utreet and one bun
dred feet north of the north side of Wa
ter street, Iry ordinance number 1100, en
titled an ordinance declaring the proba
ble cost of constructing a sewer in Wash
ington street, from the south side of Astor
btrect to ono bundled feet north of the
north side of Water street, approved July
!th. ISSy, I have this day levied upon
the frontage of lot number 2, in block
number G, in McCl are's Astoria, said lot
being assessed to Astoria Packing com
pany, as owner, and on Wednesday, the
L'Jth day of January, 1690, at 2 o'clock,
v. zz.j of said day, in front of the court
honso door iu snid city of Astoria, Clat
sop county. Oregon, will proceed to sell
the said frontage of lot number 2, in
block number G, in McClure's Astoria, to
the highest bidder therefor, to pay said
assessment, costs and expenses of sale.
Snid sale to be for U. S. gold coin.
Dated at Astoria, this 28th day of De
cember, 1889. W. J. BARKY,
Chief of Police.
CHIEF OF POLICE SALE.
Notico is hereby given that by virtue
of a warrant issued by tho auditor and po
lice judge of tho city of Astoria, in nc
cordunce with an order made by tho com
mon council of the city of Astoria, by
ordinance number 1,133, entitled an or
dinancoCordering the auditor and police
judge to'issuo warrants for the collection
of assessments remaining unpaid on tho
Washincton street sewer assessment ap
proved November 23th, 1889. Said war
rant bearing date tho 30th day of No
vember 1SS9, commanding me to levy up
on lot number 7 in block number 11 in
tho city of Astoria, as laid out and re
corded 'by John McClure, to collect an
assessment of $53, which assessment was
mado 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
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, ap
proved July 23tb, 1889. I have this day
leved upon lot number 7 in block num
ber 11 in McClure's Astoria, said lot be
ing assessed to Chas. lloher as owner and
on Wednesday the 29tb day of January
1890, nt 2 o'clock p. x. of said day 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 11 in McClure'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 Dec
cmbtrlSK). W.J. BABBY.
Chiaf of Polio.
Bucker s Restaurant
Hughes & Go
Wholesale and Retail
LIQUOR DEALES.
Importers of All Brands of Foreign and Do
mestic WinetUquors and Cigars.
J. H. Cutter Whiskies a specialty. Val
Blatz Bottled Beer. Finest brands of Key
West and Domestic Cigars.
Liquors for Medicinal Purposes.
Family Trade Solicited. All orders from
the City and Country promptly filled.
Squemon.ua Street, - - - Astoria, Oregon.
North Pacific
Patronize Home
Inrlncf rv I '
,l,uuai1 '
We supply as
GOOD A QUALITY OF
BEER
As Any In the Marker.
AT AM REASONABLE A PRICK.
The North Pacific Brewery Beer j
la Fate and Unadulterated.
It gives general Satisfaction and is Furn-
Ishea in Quantities to Suit.
Leave orders With A, W. Utzmger
uext to Bergman ftCo.'s, or Fred Ccoe.
next to Foard ei stoKes.
Xt tO Foard & StOKeS.
Dally Delivery in Any Fart of the City
AUG. D1NIELS0K.
Sample Rooms,
Dealer In
Wines, Liquors and Cigars.
Agent for theGUlON Steamship Line and
theTHINGVALLA Steamship Line, direct.
AlS3, agent for "Svenska Trlbunen" and
Svenska Amerlkanaren."
Corner ot Water aud West Ninth Streets
Astoria, Oregon.
-THE
Resort Billiard Parlor,
GROSBAUER ftBItACH, Prop's.
L. FECREE'S CELEBRATED
Cambrinus Beer !
ON DRACGnT.
GambrlHuv Bottled Beer.
J. H. Cutler Whisky, Domestic
aad Key West Cigars.
Constantly on hand.
Third Street, four doors west ot Telegraph
Office, formerly Telephone Kestaurant.
ASTORIA, OREGON.
GERMANIA BEER HALL
The Celebrated
WEINHARD LAGER BEER,
On Draught
On Ice, and Drawn from the Wood.
Five Cents a Class.
Witt, bock,
Proprietor.
Hill's Palace Tarieties.
Open Every Night.
GEO. HILL, - - Sole Proprietor.
NEW PEOPLE WEEKLY.
Aim to Please Everybody. The only Fre
Show In Astoria. Wines. Liquors and Ci
gars. ! Cold Beer.
The Gem Saloon.
The Popular Resort for Astorians.
or the
Finest of Wines and Liquors
Go to THE GEM SALOON.
ALEX. OAMPBKLL. - - PEOPKIETOB
The Globe Saloon
Under New Management.
Christian tVoJea, Proprietor.
(Formerly Bartender at the "ltesort,"
Bestof Wines, Liquors and Cigars.
Corner Mam and First Streets.
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 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 80th day of Novem
ber, 1889, commanding me to levy upon
the frontage of lot number 1 in block
number G in the city of Astoria, as laid
out and recorded by John McClure, to
collect an assessment of $53, which as
sessment 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 side of Water
street, by ordinance number 1100 entitled
an ordinance declaring the probable cost
of constructing 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 25th, 1889,
I have this day levied upon the frontage
of lot number 1 in block number Cm
McClure's Astoria, said lot being assessed
to Astoria Packing company as owners,
and on Wednesday, the 29th day of Jan
uary, 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 the said frontage of
lot number 1 in bloek number G in Mc
Clure's Astoria, .to the highest bidder
therefor, to pay spd assessment, costs
and expenses of sale. Said salo to be
for U. o. gold coin.
Dated at Astoria this 28th day of De
cember, 1889. W. J. BABBY.
Chief of Police.
LOEB & CO.
Wines, Liprs M Cigars.
A Luge Stock of
FIRST CLASS GOODS.
THE TRADE
Sypplied it Lowtt Market Rates.
All orders filled prosaptly and Accurately.
Agents for First Class Foreign and Domestic
Brands.
Main street Opposite Parker House,
ASTOEIA. - - - - OREGON.
I prescribe and folly
endorse Big ti as tlie
only specific f or tb e cer
tain care ot this dUnae
O.n. IxaRAKAX.x.n
AjBsterd&m, N. Y.
We cave sold BIcG lot
many years, audit ha
riven ut Mssoxaau.
farUoa.
U. DTCKX CO.,
csicaaa.iiL
XI. soiaey
Mtii. W. Ga, AMOTta. Orataa.
AmmWl TO DATS.
EV KttMlyftr
w mm,JBrwt
CHIEF OF POLICE SALE.
Notice i3 hereby Riven that by virtue of
a warrant issued by the auditor and
police jndfie of the city of Astoria, in r.c
cordance rith an order made by the com
mon council of the city of Astoria, by
ordinance number 1,133, entitled an or
dinance ordering the auditor and police
judge to issue warrants for the collection
of assessments remaining unpaid en the
Washincton street sewer assessment, ap
proved November 29th, 18S9. Said war
rant bearing date the 30th day of Nov
ember, 1889. commanding me to levy
upon lot number G in block-number 39 in
the city of Astoria, as laid out and 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 the 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 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, 1889, 1 have this
Iaay itviea npomot namoer o in oiocn. rto.
39 in McClure's Astoria, said lot being
assessed to Chas. Bohr as owner, and on
Wednesday, the 29th day of January,
1890, at 2 o'clock p. si. of said dayjn
front of the court house door in said citv
of Astoria, Clatsop county. Oregon will
rjroeeed to sell lot number 6 m block
number 39 in McClure's Astoria, to the
highest bidder therefor, to pay said
assessment, costs and expenses of sale.
Said sale to be for D. S. gold coin.
Dated at Astoria, this 28th day of Dec
ember 1889.
I W. J. BARRY,
Chief of police.
CHIEF OF POLICE SALE.
Notice is hereby given that by virtue
of n warrant issued by the auditor and
ru-l?v intern nf lb citv nf Astoria. In
accordance with an order mado by the
common council of the city of Astoria by
ordjnance number 1133, entitled an ordi-
ri tho anditor and rjolice
j,i i ieon ami-rant a Vir Um nl1mtinn
of assessments remaining unpaid on tho
Washington street sewer asessment, ap
proved, November 29, 18S9. Said
warant bearing date the 30
day of November, 1S39, com
manding roe to levy upon lot num
ber 3, in b'ook number 39, in the city of
Astoria, as laid out and recorded by,
John McClure, to collect an assessment
of $65, which assessment was made for
tho construction of a sswer in Washing
ton street, between the south side of As
tor street and 100 feet north ot the north
side of Water street, by ordinance
number 1100, entitled an ordinance de
claring the probable cost of constructing
a sewer in "W ashington street from the
south side of Astor street to 100 feet
north of tho north side of Water street,
approved July 23, 18S9, I have this day
levied upon lot number 3, in block num
ber 39, in McClure's Astoria, said lot be
intr assessed to Chas. Bohr as owner, and
on Wednesday, tho 29 day of January, 1
1QOO nf- 4,vrh rfc'stlrtAt- xc rf amiA rlnv .n I
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 McClure'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 28 day of De
cember, 1889. W. J. BABBY,
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 the city of Astorip, in ac
cordance with an order made by the com
mon council of tho city of Astoria, by
ordinance number 1133, entitled an ordi
nance ordering the auditor and police
judge to issue warrants for the collec
tion of assessments remaining unpaid
for tho Washington street sewer assess
ment, approved November 29th, 1889.
Said warrant bearing date the 30th day
of November, 1889, commanding mo to
levy upon lot number 7 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 a sewer in
Washington street, between the south
side of Astor street and 100 feet north of
the north side of Water street, by ordi
nance number 1100, entitled an ordinance
declaring tho 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,
approved July 25, 18S9, I have this day
levied upon lot number 7 in block nam
bcr 40 in McClure'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 tho court house door in said city
of Astoria, Clatsop county, Oregon, will
proceed to sell lot number 7 in block
number 40 in McClure'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 28th day of De
cember, 1889. W.J. BABBY,
Chief of Police.
CHDZF OF POLICE SALE.
Notice Is hereby given that by virtue of
a warrant issued by the anditor and po
lice judge of the city of Astoria, in ac
cordance with nn order made by the
common council of the city of Astoria,
by ordinance number 1133, entitled nn
ordinance ordering the auditor and police
judge to issue warrants for tho collection
of assessments remaining unpaid on tho
Washincton street sewer assessment ap
proved November 29tb, 1889. Said war-
rant bearing date tho 30th day of Novem-,
oer, icxxf, commanding mo w levy upon
the frontago 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 $J5.00, which as
sessment was mado for the construction
of a sewer on Washington street, between
the south side of Astor. street nnd 100
feet north of the north sido of Water
street by ordmanco number 1100, entitled
an ordinance declaring the probable cost
of constructing n sewer on Washington
street from the south side of Astor street
to 100 feet north of the north side of
Water street, approved July 25, 1889, I
have this day lovied upon lot number 4
in block number 5, in McClure'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 "frontago of lot number 4 in
block number 5 in McClure's Astoria, to
tho highest bidder therefor, to pay said
assessmentcosts and cxpenfes of sale.
Said salo to bo for U. S. gold coin
Dated nt Astoria this 23th day of De
cember, 18S9.
J. BABBY,
Chief of Police.
CHIEF OF POLICE SALE.
Notico 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 tho
common council of the city of Astoria,
by ordinance number 1138, 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 sewer assess
ment, approved November 29th, 1889.
Said warrant bearing dato the CO th day
of November, 1889, commanding me to
levy upon 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 ordinanco
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 251889, 1'have this day
levied upon lot number 1 in block num
ber 40 in McClure'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 ottv
of Astoria, Clatsop county; Oregon, will
proceed to sell lot nnmber 1 in block
number 40, in McClure's Astoria, to the
hifrhfiiit bidder therefor, to Day said as-
Lsessment, costs and expenses of sale.
said sale to be lor u. . goia com.
Dated at Astoria this 28th day of De
cember, 1889.
W.J. BABBY,
Chief of Police.
DYSPEPSIA.
is that misery experienced when, wc sud
denly becomo aware tiiat we pos&ess a
iabolical nrrangement called a btomach.
Tho stomach is tho reservoir from which
every fibre and tissue must be nourished,
andany trouble v. Uhltls soon felt through
out the whole s .stem. Anions; a dozen
dyspeptics no two will have tho same pre
doniiuantsyinptums. DyspcpticsolncUvo
mental power and a bllloustemperament
are subject to Sick Hcnilache: those,
II eshy and phlegmatic ha vo Constipation,
while the thin and nervou.sare abandoned
to gloomy forebodings. Some dyspeptics
aro wonderfully forgetful; others havo
great Irritability of temper.
Whatever form Dyspepsia may take,
ono thing Is certain,
The underlying cause is
in the iJITEK,
and one thing more Is equally certain, no
ono will remain a dyspeptic who will
It will correct
Acidity of tho
Stomach,
trpelfoul gases.
Allay IrritctioQ,
Assist Discs tlon,
and, at the samo
tlmo
Start the JLivcr to isorZ;iiisr3
when all other troubles
soon disappear.
-Myves wzs a ccr.urnieu orsrepur. aenji:
three years aso bytheadtic
g . , tilT- rf I
Auzusta, she was tcditced to t- S.tnmo s liver
Regulator. I teel cratef 1 f ri! : rehrf it
pgs &
affiK'aSrntehA,crTiSinpm himself, and condemns lifc own
wise, use Sirair.ons Liver Ilesulitor and I feel
confident health will Lercsrcrcd to all who will
be advised. Wji. M. Kuui, Fort Valtey, Ga.
See that you sc Zhc e?:iuh:c,
with red 2 on &3ft f Wrapper,
rnriAncD om. ey
J. H. ZEILIN ic CO., I'bibidolphla, Ta.
Price, S1.00.
CHIEF OF TOLICE SALE.
Notico is hereby given that by virtue of j
a warrant issued by the anditor and wo-.
S wfthnVormade 'by the"
common council of tho city of Astoria, ,
lection of assessments remaining unpaid
on tho Washington street sewer assess
ment, approved November 29th, 18S9.
Said warrant bearing date tho 30th day
of November, 1889, commanding mo lo
levy upon lot number 3 in block number
5 in tho city of Astoria, r.3 laid out and
recorded by John McClure, to collect an
assessment of $G5, which assessment was
made for the construction of a sewer in
Washington street, between the south
side of Astor street nnd ono hundred feet
north of tho north side of Water
street, by ordinance number 1100
entitled on ordinance declaring
the probable cost of constructing
a sewer in Washington street from the
south side of Astor street to one hundred , tem. a condition onlv Irremediable where In
fect north of tho north sido ofVater efficient or improper meai-s are taken to re
street, approved July 25th, 1839, I have ' lieve it. The concurrent experience or ner
this day levied upon lot number 3 iu vim. people who hav per's:enlly used
block number 5 in McClure's Astoria, Hotelier's btoinach Hitter? Is tti.it it con
rafrt lot hPiin ttsa.cdto thn Iipim of R tV" supeisensUivencs or the nerves sis
saiuiotDeingas3e3seatotnoneirs or u. , w n aiseases-sn called which are in
noDSon as owutre, uuu on t eunesuny,
sop county, Oregon, will proceed to sell
lot number 3 in block number 5 in Mc-
Cluro's Astorin, to the highest bidder
I
CHIEF OF POLICE SALE. !
Notice is horeby given that by virtue i
of a warrant issued by the auditor and;
Dolico iudco of the citv of Astorin. in .
accordance with nn order mado by tho
common council of tho city of Astoria,
by ordinance number 1138, entitled an
v "-iiuiiu,
ordmanco ordering the auditor nnd po-,
uco judge to issue warrants lor tuo coi-1
lection of assessments remaining unpaid
on the Washington street sewer assess-
meat, npproYcu ovemuer -tu, iow.
Said warHnt bearing date tho 39th dav
ofNovemlier, 1SS9. commanding me tb
a. -1 "XT 1 IY11.
189.
levy upon lot number b in block number
40 in the city of Astorin, as laid out and
recorded by John McClure, to collect an
assessment of 853, which assessment was
&X SKUai'lKiS
side of Astor street and 100 feet north of
tho north side ef Wntcr ttreet. bv ordi-
nance number 1100 entitled an ordinanco
declarinc the probable cost of construct-
mg n stwer
vrer iu Washington street from
the south sido of Astor street to 100 feet
north of the north sido of Water street.
approved July 25, 1889, 1 have this day
levied unon lot number 8. in block uum-
ber 40 in McClure's Astoria, said lot bo -
mg assessed to M. Meyer as owner, and
on Wednesday, tho 29th day of Janunry,
1890, nt 2 o'clock p. si. of said day in
tho 29 th day of January, 1890, at 2 o clock ' css. As the ncryfain s'nmina, from the
p. 31. of said dav in front of the court great tnie,th trouble d&ipnear. Use the
honso door in said city of Astoria, Clat- ' Bitters for malaria jhcr.m.itlsin. biliousness rR
iccreior.io pay aaia asaessnaem, comh p0 yon InlOW, JJObbv, who WTOto the ' ryOi XaE&EXtAZSTXlL
and expenses of sale. Saidsale tobo for ,son?0r the and fishes I've been t! T t
U.S.goldcoin. ,.., . . rnnfiinrr vnn9 TS ,iln- Xn- hnr i Steamer R. R. Thompson
Dated at Astoria, thh 23th day of De-, ream?2 ou- -."Jr0 "$ l" ,.,,,,,,,.,,,. w-.m..i.t
cember,18S9. W.J.BARRY, sounds a good deal Ifcepa.-7OTSlanacs
Chief of Police. .SifUnan. , ami l nuay, u me ureaon siae.
ironi ui iuo cooit uuusu uuui iu t:uu uivy iuii s uuri' in ivu iimnciiiaie ieiici,
of Astorin. Clatsop county, Oregon will Price, 10 c's., 30 cN. and Si, at J. C. De
proceed to sell lot number 8 in block niontV.
number 40 in McClure's Astoria, to the ' ....... . . r, , ,.
highest bidder therefor, to pay said as- .SIIILOH'S CATABUIL .REMEDY
sessment, costs nnd expenses of sale. U positive cure for Catarrh. Diphtheria
Said sale to be for D. S. gold coin. ami Cankv r .Mouth. A: J. C. Dementi
Dated at Astorin, this 23th day of Do- .. . .,,,
comber, 1SS9. W. J. B.VBTIY, An awful storm is reported in tho
' H"cfo"oHce. , British channel, and great fears are
CHIEF OF POLICE SALE.
Notice is hereby given that by virtue
of a warrant issued by the auditor and
polico judge of the cily of Astoria, in ac
cordance with nn order mado by the
common council of the city of Astoria,
by ordinance number 1,133, entitled nn
ordinanco ordering tho auditor nnd po
lice judge to issue warrants for tho col
lection of assessments remaining un
paid on tho Washington street sewer as
sessment, npproved Nov. 29th, 1SS9, said
warrant bearing dato tho 30lh day of No
vember 1889, commanding mo to levy up
on frontago of lot numbers in block nam-1
ber 5 in tho city of Astoria, as laid out
nnd recorded by John McClure, to col-1
lect an assessment of 65, which assess
ment was mado for the construction of a
sewer in Washington street, between tho ,
south side of Astor street nnd 100 feet
north of the north side of Water street,
by ordinanco number 1,100 entitled an !
ordinance declaring the probablo cost of
constructing n sewer in Washington
street from tho south side of A;tor street
J to one hundred feot north of the
?d, -,E ,ter . st.reot "PP10!041
Jnl72otb, 1889, 1 haVO this day
levied, upon frontago of lot number 3 m
hlock r.nmhorr. in Trnim-ft'a .-.
block number 5 in McCluro's Astoria.
said lot having been assessed to Astoria
Packing company as owners, and on
Wednesday tho 39th day of January 1891),
at 2 o'clock p. m. of said day in front of
tho court house door in said city of As
toria, Clatsop county, Oregon will pro
ceed to sell said frontage of lot number
3 in block numbers in McQuro's Astoria,
to the highest bidder therefor, to pay
said assessment, costs nnd expenses of
sale. Said sale to bo for U. S. gold coin.
Dated at Astoria, this 23th day of Dec
ember, 1889.
W.J. BABBY.
Chief of Police.
IB. F. LXiX:E!33-,
DEALER IN
Wall Paper and Oil Paintings
SPECIALTY,
Sign Writer, Grainer and
Ornamental Painter,
Cor. Cass and Jefferson Sis.. Astoria,
F.H.SURPRENANT&C0.,
SIJCCESSOR3 TO
J, o. x.o s s .
County Coronor.
First
Class Undertaking
ESIABLISHSIENT.
N..shriM ruir...nrf rnn...i m.tuil
Ksxt
m tn 4Sr7 mbw"
THE SAVING HABIT.
Some Hint that May Prove Iw-rul
JIany Strupclin: Youns lira.
- i
The followmir hints on tha forming
of a habit will prove interesting to '
many sj)eadthrif to. The number of
people who have not at soma time in
their lives enjoyed an income iu excess
of their immediate wants is so incon
siderable that it is not worth while to
make a computation. The mistake
with many Lx that they will not look
ont for tho future. One of the mo.t
difficult undertakings i3 that of teach
ing some people to live v
come,to save whenever k.
e
brin
' hfs nceJs require. His spirits aro
, buoyant. lie tells himself that hav
ing begun so well 'io must do better a
j the years go on. So Lc spends his
money for expensive dress and in
otherchannelsT The habit of ezix-av-!
agance, instead of the habit of saving,
is contracted.
Someo the jouug man's money is
' thrown away in ILc gratification of
fnefna fltnf lrAnn. bSc rnlnn In Imq nm-
I plover. In tinges, either through busi-
ness depression or ins own inattention,
. - (1 -rn1 of r.mln,lnonf Tf 1,o
AV J V4WkF&AWVb WW WUilltV' Uivlikt - V
be a letiow or gnt ana u capnoie ot
self-examination, he sits in judgement
foolishnesfi. If he be a weak brother
I ho speech! becomes useless to tie
' worlti. His habits of extravagance
may lead him into forbidden patlir.
The habit of saving taught by par
ents has l)cen the means of saving
many a young man. xDxui, wiuiout
i meanness, is honorable end honored
I nil tho world over. The vounir man
who saves is sure to becomo a valuable i
citizen. Hois certain to boa good
fatber and hiusband. AVhen tho rainy
f ?' ?? Pr t3
hlE1 "c, nced vc no fear , The young
iiuiu nnu iiListvia .1 jjuuvi 111.it; ia .uii.
have a hard time at tho end. Youth
is strong, and is capable of self denial.
Age is weak, aud after it lias fought
the battlo of life, it ought not to be
compelled lo practice all the arts of
saving.
Poor Hnnianlij.
obsciirii'c icrpctuallv the radiance that else
would lijjht tli p.uii Such a:x ailment, and
a very common one. is ucrGiisncs. or in
other word. weafcrc'S of the nervoiu ys-
; n i'ry trouwu
y ,mmi
t Tracing Its Authorship ?i!other-
If faithfully used, Ayor's Sarsapa-
rills will remove scrofula in whatever
form it oxist?. I
-r .."- i" IIZTi., ,.'
In receiving
, nrmv on Nev.'
the general? of tho i
Years dav Emperor
I ...;. . -... .,.,
wmiam impressed upon tuem me
duly 0l being in P. state ot constant
preparation.
mIricrmc
,,.. nnfbnriPn eftmnlnir, ibo
i ?.7 i ; . i i 1 m
i WA:'iA nw i ...j,.!. itm r,.-i nv,-
apotitennd regulate the bowo.s. Try
'them. Have you seen Aycrs Alminac .'
, Ilussian journal'; aro giving mitigat-
jng accounts ot tho recent massacre in
i c;v.nrIo m.o cbnlrino' !iffhir vi. '
' !feU' ""- & Men-.
"U1W .,-.:
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, AUEYOU MADE miserable by in
ii-i.;ioii, iyirzine-. J.pss oi Appeuic.
itow" r
Kin:
!llIoI-. itaiizer is a
At .1. .'. l)ii:icnt.
pOMtuooitrv.
THE BKV. OKO. It. TJlAYEi:, of
Uourbon, Iml.-as: -lUAh melf and
1 wiff owe our live-, to ShilohS Censul:
unp-
i lion Lure. Atl. L. Licmjit
' l."--ri' ji"
, WHY WILL YOU cough
u hen Shi-
, expressed for the safety of the Eams
gate fishing fleet.
With your name and address, mailed to
the Swift Specific Co., Atlanta, Ga., is
. ... . , ,. . .
necccsary to obtain an interesting treat-
ise on the blood and the diseases incident
to it,
fflriTt Emotion Cured.
Ono of my caitomcrs, a highly respected aad
! InfltcctM citlzcnhnt who is now absent frrvn
the ci.haanscdowlft's Speckle with excellent
i result. He says it cured hhacf a skin eruption
fhathoh-atrntormentwlwItlifo-thirtVTr,
, . . , .,,. ,K ,,t nil(.M '.
I tmd had resisted the caraUvc qualities of masy
cuicrmcdkdnca.
Hoczbt Cleoo, Druggist, Falls City, Neb.
"
, .
lnh?l $i 3eTrlAllT
K3Ji v i-yjm.jXL)i
nniir'CT
U r u u i i i .
Successor to W. E. Dement & Co.
Carries Complete Stocks of
Drugs and Druggists' Sundries.
Prescriptions arerul!y oHiiui:uded
Agent tor
Mexican Salve and
Ifor-wceian Pile Ctxxo
To Canners.
Jensen's Patented Can Capping
Machine.
Will Cap and Crimp 95 CASS per 3H5TJTE. '
It has proved to Keduco tho Leakage more
than 50 per cent, less than hand capped.
I'rice, smrj. uruers compiled with by
The Jensen Can-Tilling Machine Co.
A Perfect Face Powder.
CM D ECTftfl A MO HIle-rre fro.
Bh w-aw wmiwi
rACE POWDER"1:
tntbiue. Beiunt or. sjit hivntrruii. TtBUl
J. TV. CHIS;
5I. STRICHLERs
m.m .- Toi.. 3 Sr
THEODORE OLMr,i. S
tk I ITEST PFPFIiypnnu,,
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r Caasts t KttMMMm HIAWATHA
The emnino'i lot is one of orrv ny atiTT " T!"i -fi TS'tt fi
, least the nessunMs. thev wh lo-jk at the siYllilH UfiniTin U TT I 11
worbtMd'. Certalnlj what would otlicnviso II II Hill rfll.HII. M V III!
beabrishtristfiicrtis oiten shadowed by' UiilUii 1 tlUliiU 1L 1 UUi
some ai uit'itt that overh.i:ii:-! it like a pall. J
! itWl tiff ciiLtmtiiiiUil f liAii -! dill ntL
I lllLU alliu -?iuiJVillH itm i ,4iiaiti4 .irv
BrUliiiiUfl
bfr.
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Such has been tho recent progress In our branch of Imlustrjr that we aro now able to affirm
quality
factory are
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Hay, Oats, anft Straw, Liie, Brisk, Geieit, Sand aud Plaster
Vfood noliT?rfd to Ordor. tirayin?. Teamlep and Exprfmt Baslnes.
STEALER "CLARA PARKER,"
EKES P. FARKTCR. blaster.
For Towing, Freight or Charter apply
OVERLAND ROUTE.
Trains for i lie East leave Portland at '
a m and 9 p m dally.
Tickets to and from principal points
ce
in
tne united Mates, uanaun, anu Europe.
Elegant new dining cars, fullman palace
' sleepers and free f.imlly sleeping cars run
through on express trains from Portland to
OMAHA, COUNCIL BLUFFS. KANSAS
CITY, CHICAGO, 67. L0UISr
rnnnorcn.'.non and without chajcok
Cloic connection at Portland for San Fran
cisco and Paget Sound Points.
N1GIIT BOAT-
Stoamer R- R. Thompson.
Leases Astona Funday. Wcdneslay and
Friday eenli. at 8 o'clock. Keturnln;;.
Leaves Portland, Tuesday, 'ihursday and
Saturday nlglits. at ns.
TO SA3 FRAHCiSCO.
- "-
nIBniriraeor Si
Steamsnips to San Fran-
( clsce. Stcamen leve Company's dock every
, tour nays xvuiar ..me 01
, v. Tan- -, Daro-c
TO WOtS na Barges,
r or Towagd ami Lignterage.
. Inquire at Companv's Dock or for furl hs
' partlcul-ir--.
F. a N'OYKS Apf in. Astoria.
RI. I'.. P.OZOKTH. Ticket Acent, Astoria.
T W LKK.CPA.
C S SIELLKN, General Tratfic Manager
Portland and Coast S. S. Co.
G-EATS HARBOB.
STR. ALUANCE. Sails from Port
land eery Thursday at 1 p. M. : and
from Astoria the following morning. land
ing at Hoqulam, Aberdeen, Cosmopolls and
Montesano.
SH0 ALWATES BAY.
STR. DOLPHIN. Sails from Portland
on 1st and lSih of each month, landing at
North Cove. Soulli llcinl. Willapa and Bay
Center.
F. It. STKoaG. President.
C. P. LrSHUE. Agent Astoria.
CHIEF OF POLICE SALE.
Notice is hereby given that by virtue of
a warrant issued by tho auditor and po
lico judge of tho city of Astoria, in ac
cordance with an order mado by tho
common council of the city of Astoria, by
ordinance nnmber ll.'JS, entitled an ordi
nance ordering tho auditor, and polico
judge to issue warrants for the collection
of assessments remaining unpaid on the
Washington street sewer assessment, ap
i:rnvpfl NVivnmher 29th. 18S9. Said war-
rant bearing dato tho 30th day of No-
vembcr, 1S89, commanding me to levy
apon lo'fc num'bcr c in block number 5, in
city of Astoria, as laid out and recorded
by John McClure, to collect an assessment
. of SG5.00, which assessment was mado for
tl. .. n a.T.b ? n caya. ... ll'neli.nrt
ton street, between tho south side of As-
kUatUULlUwUUUUl u stil'l lii II (UUIU
i tor street and 100 feet north of tho north
sido of Water street by ordinanco num
ber 1100 entitled an ordinanco declaring
tho probablo cost of constructing a sewer
, nf . lm. Rrrt to 10n feet north of tho
.Jil t.i vncmn nnnrmwi Tni
25, 18S9 I have this day levied upon lot
I numoer Uia DlOCKllumuer, m jituime a
Astoria, said lot being assessed to tho
, heirs of It. Hobson as owners, and on
Wednesday, tho 29th day of January,
1890, at 2 o'clock P.M. of said day in
front of tho court house door in said city
. ' . . . . r - r -r-fi ?
of Astoria, Clatsop county, Oregon, will
proceed to sell rot number 6 in Hock
number 5, in McClure's Astoria, to tho
highest bidder therefor, to pay said as-
sessment, costs and expenses of sale.
Said es1q to be f or tj s pol(1 coin.
Dated at Astoria this2Sth day of De-
I cember. 1SS9,
W. J. BABBY,
Chief of Police.
lite Celetoaiefl Freud Cnre.
! Warranted "ADUDnMTlUC
or money
to euro
Hi llliwuiiini-
refunded.
is sold ov x
POSITIVE
Guarantee
to cure any
form of ner
vous diaca30
or any dis
order of tho
tronorativo
ojjans of'
a; " r " " 6,, TCesiyo uo of Stimulants.To-
nrmn U.l.- nr- HI I.CH
UllUVi CVA V M -J'mm.-
bacco or Opium, or throngh youthful indiscre
tion, over indulgence. Ac such as Los of
Brain Power. Wakefulness, . Boann? down
t Pains in tho Back, fccminal Weakness, Ilys-
teria. Nervoua Prostration. Nocturnal Emis-
; sions, l.eueorrnoea, uiiiwra, w"'ii
.boss ot rowor ana xuiyvn-uvj. nu.u ..
Klectcd often lead to prematuro old aRojind
insanity. Price SI a box, 0 boxes for o. sent
,m.nr 'nirnr ftHQ iminjieucjr,
which ifne-
by mnii on receipt yi'v
receipt 01 pneo.
A WKITTEX HUAIUS iir every jbi r -
fy ft
from old and young, of bom aexeg.pcrina-Hobcrt. 5obiaxTHOOBntHrBttrX.,awtoaUtgia
, ""","'" i C- AP.innnm.tK. Circular fre&strtkawiUE.i3BKTxBOS&i5Sa riSMotSMV.
T "AdHK ai-huo bew
. JBox Z7. . i.ESTEK-7,ijK". -t
for sale by o u ijk.
S3 & $4 SHOES
tIftESAENS'j
4 SHOE
CANNOT'' FAIL
$. TO
SATIS
SHE MOST.
FASTIDlO:
o tho shoes vrhich only a few Tears ago
pair you will be convinced that wo do
mid thoso who Imitate our arstcm of
of factory products. la our lines we are tho
sold by wide-awake retailer la all
v f-rr v-
s&nmx
Jf BSSS m.
j&& Bhhw m.
ri?-ri - nni!Ji
ji m-' --riuc'SAJjn-
mmm
co mem oasny w itnin your reacn in any aiaie or i ernwry
card and rito to us.
Lincoln St, Boston, Mast
HAKS0ST, ASTOEIA, OE.
FIRE CLAY
to the captain or to H. B. PARKEB.
I. R. &N. Co.
FP.OM ASTOEIA TO
Tanzy PL, Ft. Stevens, Ft. Canby
and llwacc.
Connecting by Railroad and Steamboats for
HAHCOTTA,
Oysierville, Montesano and Olympi?
STEAMER
SSL "SEN. CANBY,"
Tnos. rARKER. Master,
Will leave Astoria dally (Sundays excepted)
for
Tanzy Pt. Ft. Stevens, rt. Canby
and Tiwaco,
at 8 A. M (Tide permitting.)
With Oystorvllle Mails and Express dally,
and
Through Malls to points beyond, and
Montesano, W.T., on
Mondays, "Wednesdays and Fridays.
Tickets to Ilwaco... SO ceats
llwaco Freight per Ton, - $2.00
fit
STor Tickets, Towage or Charter ap-
, ply at the company 'a office, Flavel's wharf.
The Str. Telephone
i Portland and Astoria.
Time Table.
Leaves AKteria:
Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday at G a. m.
JiCaTcs Fertlaul:
Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 7 a. m.
Astoria Iron Works.
ConcomlySt., Foot of Jackson, Astoria. Or
General
MacMoists ana Boiler Haters.
Land and Marine Engines
rgit,t;ii WORK,
Steamboat Work and Cannery Word
a spfcialtv.
Castings of ail Descriptions Made
to Order at Short Notice.
Jon Fox
A. L. Fox,
J. G. HnsTLEi:...,
President, and Sunt.
Vice President
........Sec. and Treas.
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HEALTH.
Le ItlcUnns Golden Balsam Io. J
Cures Clxancrcs, first and s:cond stages:
Sores on tho Lespi and Body; Sore Ears,
Eye, Xoac, etc., Coppcr-colored Blotches,
Syphilitic Catarrh, diseased Scalp, and all
primary forms ot tho disease known as
Syphilis. Price, S5 OO por Bottle.
La Richaa's Golden. Balsam Xe. a
Cures Tertiary. irercurialSyphlliUcRheu.
matism, Pains in tho Bones, Pains in tho
Head, back of tho Neck. Ulcerated Sore
Throat, Syphilitic Rash, Lumps and con
tracted Cords, Stiffness of the Limbs, and
eradicates ail disease from the system,
whether caused by indiscretion or abase
cf Jfcrccry. leaving tho blood pure and
healthy. Price 85 00 per Cottle.
Lc Ulcnau'x Gelden Spanish Aatl.
dote lor tho cure of Gonorrhoea, Gleet,
Irritation Cravel, and all Urinary or Geni
tal disarrangements. Prlco fa 5S per
Bottle.
Lo RIchan'a Coldon Spanlsk In
jection, farscvero cases of Gonorrhcea,
InfiiEsmatorj' Gleet. Stricturcs,4c. Price
91 no per Bottle.
Le Ricl;nn's Golden Ointment
for the cO" ctlvz hcalinjof Syphilitic Sores,
aad cruptton". Price Si oo per Bex.
Le Indian's Golden Pllts Nra
and Bra'n trcataicnt; los3 ot physical pow
er, c-ec33 or over-work, rrostration, etc.
Prlco S3 00 per Box.
Tonic nnd Nervine,
Sent cer where, C 0. 1)., fe.mroiy packed
per express.
C. P. RXCHAIins Jk CO. , Amenta,
: J7 & 420 Sansotnc street. Corner Clay, if
- Sin FranciK. Cal.
CIRCULAR. JTAILED FUEH.
FOR MEN ONLY!
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