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STultlA, OlttitiOit, WEDNESDAY. JANUARY 15. isjm.
PKJIE FIVE CENTS;
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This property is located in Hustler & Aila-n's Ad
dition. Tin4 arrangements are completed for n steam
mo or to run wr-hin si block of the property, and an
electric si: eet c:ir line is projected to run on the street
adjoining Block 27.
C. P. Upshur,
Shipping and Commission M 3rchar.t
Slain St. Wharf. Aatorla. Oregon.
Barbour's Salman Net Twines.
NCtTUNK Brand Salmon Twine.
WOODltEKKY Cotton Lines and Twines
SEINES and NETTING
or Ell Description Furnished at
Effected n First Class Companies.
Aretcr PaelBc Express and Wells, Fargo A Co.
TMelsen, L s!er & Andersen,
Surveyors and Architects.
Office, Roni9, Ki.avkl's Hi.n'o,
l O. Uox 813. AVfOUI A, OR.
Win. B. Adair,
REAL ESTATE AGEWT.
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Partlctda- at es k vc i lr pe -to
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bar La ids.
Abstracts of Till-
C. R. THOMSON
Kecpsa lull -et oj Abstract Books
sn wiltxa.d e t!t i..e. - e.n a. -tale
in .tie Cti nt atid i:it in li an Ahlrac
or Ittlel-ttie vati.e.
Term reasonable. Work guiinn.ti od.
Carnahan & Co.
I. W. CASE,
IMPOrtTKItS AND WHOLESAI.K AM
RETAIL DKALEKS IX
Corner Cheaamus and Cass streets.
Th-terminus r.f the IKvaco and Shnahvnter I3av Kailroad. THE GREAT
EST SUMMER RE OKT ON THE NORTH WEf COAbT. Lies al the head
of the Bav, t d eji w ater, ami only twelve miles from the bar. The coming
Comity "vat and Commercial Metrop. lis of Pacific county. Now laid out. Lots
on the market from 5". and Upwards.
tor particulars and full information, call on or address
B. A. SEABORC,
"t advised her jntils to s,trcii ;tl;cn
neir minds by the use of Ayer'. Sar
.attarilia, appreciated tlio truth that
jtdily health is essential to mental
. fcor. For persons of delicate and feeble
"-fiiatitiition, whether joung or old, this
.Medicine w remarkably bonelicial. Be
jure you get Ayer's Sarsaparilln.
" Eery .spring anil fall I take a num
ber of bottles of Aers Sarsapaiilla.aml
am greatly benefited." Mrs. James II
LaMiuau, Stoueham, Mass.
"I have taken Acer's Sarsaparillr
xrilhgieat benefit to my general health.'
MisThirza L. Cxerar, l'almyra, Md.
"My dausltter, twelve years of age,
nas suffered for the pabt jear from
A few weeks since, we began to give
her Ayer's Sar.saparill.a. Her health has
2i eatly improved." Mrs. Harriet II.
U.rttles, South Chelmsford, Mass.
"About a j ear ago I began using Ayer's
Car. -.apart Ha as a lemedy for debility
and neuralgia tesulting from malarial
exposure in the army. I was in a very
bad condition, but .six bottles of the &ar
tapaiiHa, v. ith occasional dose of Ayer's
Pills, lune greatly improved my health.
I am now aide to work, and feel that I
cannot say too mur-h for jour excellent
lemtdies." V. A. Piukham, South
"My (taught. r, sixteen years old, is
t siugAyer'b Sarapar5Ila with good ef-f.-ct."
Rev. S. d. Graham, United
Brethren Church. Buckliaunon, W. Va.
" I sufTered from
ith lamp back and headache, and have
been much benefited by the use of AjcrV.
hareaparilla. I am now 80 years of ace.
and am .satisfiel that my present health
and prolonged life are due to the use of
ers Sarsaparilla." Lucy MotTitt,
Mrs. Ann H. Farnsworth, a lady 79
teats old, So. "Woodcock, Vt., writes:
"Alter fceeral weeks' Miff el lug fiom
.-tvotis prostration, I procttred,a bottle
f Ayer's Sarsaparilla, ami before I
bad taken half of it nry usual health
Jr. J. C. Ayer &. Co., Lowell, Mass.
l'rico St ; six bo'tlee. 55. Wni ; $" a bottlo.
..'IVrW !laSl.., I'nip'p.
v J ar- .uii' u eti sele 'teil Mock iif Fine
iMOMS f jgf 6117
it i-ti iticlv l-iiv. Prices.
t ihm,.i. tKtuL-r.t &t Tbik KstahlMimeat
'gti'U Jitatt it'li la;i:iirifii;
iw-i ("w. iii ojueuioqua streets.
rhompson & Ross
C trry a PuJl Line of
j Choice Staple and Fancy
Give Us a Call and Be Convinced.
A NEW ENTERPRISE.
3ity Express Transfer Company.
H. D. Thing and C. E. Miller,
HeadquarterN at M dn Mrert wharf.
TH.t-PnONi: NO 41.
A Gnend Ism.ss Atut Deliver' Klislnes
Your patronage i M)lJcItet.
AMLD&Y FOR JAHUABY,
Mictions oftlie Projlets MM
SOTUIXG ABOVT SAZZBOADS.
No ordinance of man ehall override
The eettled laws of natnre and of Jovoj
Nor written these in nagis of a book.
Nor were they framed to-day nor yester
day; Ye know not whence they are; bat thid
That they from all eUruity have been,
And Ehall to all eternity endure.
The laws of nature liavo ever been
the particular study of astrologers,
and no ordinance ot man (observes
ZadkielV4 Voice of the Stars") has ever
deterred them from pursuing their re
searches. The recent total eclipse of
the sun taking place in the first degree
of Capricornus, and attended by Mer
cury and Jupiter, will prove a subject
for profound study, for it is certain to
be quickly followed by earthquakes in
South America and the Grecian Archi
pelago. The public health will be far
from good; epidemic sickness among
children will be very prevalent in
many of our large towns; those per
sons whose birthday anniversary falls
on or near the 16th inst. aro warned to
safe guard their health. The 10th
inst, is a fortunato birthday anniver
sary for thoto uho weto born in either
183L 1854, 1861 or 1863, and for those
at whose birth the Mecon was in the
second decanatc of the sign Capri
cornus. The 20th and 29th are alo
liwphaeVs Prophetic Messenger
says: The first new moou of the year
occurs shortly before midnight on
the 2oth, when the middle degrees of
the celestial sign Libra will bo rising
and the end of Caucer will bs culmin
ating. TJranns will be in the first
house, Mars on the cusp or the second,
Venus and Jupiter iu conjunction on
the cusp of the fourth; the sun, moou
and Mercury will be in the fourth
house, and Saturn ou the cusp of the
eleventh. The luminaries are in trine
to Neptune and Venus applying to the
square of Uranus. Uranus rising aud
m square to Venus, ruler of the map,
.signifies much discontent, political
agitation and demonstration. ALir
near the cusp ot the s-econd is ne: fa
vorable for money, and there will be
much cheating and robbing, frauds.
:nd Uteris, greatly iu excess of tin
average. The position of Venus and
Jupiter is favorable for agriculture,
and 1 anticipate a fine, mild month.
ith a higher temperature than we
have hud for some years.
Saturn in the llthis very unfortunate
for our foreign relations, and wc irhj
expect some crafty or underhand dea
inys occuring abroad to the detriment
of this country- 'JFhe aspect of Her
tchel to Venus denotes more cruelt j
to females, and probably borne scan
dal in hijfh life. Uranus wiuds hit
wav slowly in Libra, disturbing thU
country and Autria; Saturn in Virgo
is unfavorallj for the Tarisians and
France generally, and an unsettled,
exciting time may be expected. Jupi
ter and Venus in the sign of Capri
corn will benefit India.
Following are the admonitions for
each da in the menth:
1. Say early iu a. si., after which
2. A doubtful and unpropitious
An unpropilious day; be care-
Travel, remove and deal with
married women up to 2 p. ai.
5. Sunday Travel and visit thy
6. Sell up to noon, after which be
7. Sell, but for aught else the day
8. Uncertainty prevails this day.
9. Much doubt exists, postpone
matters of impertance:
10. Buy, deal, court, travel, remove
and push thy affairs.
1L Buy, speculate, ask favors and
push thy business to the utmost
12. Sunday Travel and visit thy
13. Avoid the fair and marry not.
14. Travel; deal cautiously in the
15. Keep from quarreling, and do
not buy or speculate.
16. Buy, ask favors, and push thy
17. Much doubt exists; be very
18. Buy carefully and ask favors
on the Market the Fine Property of Henry Powell,
NEW YEAR'S PRESENT !
Certain to Double in Value Before New Years, 1 89 1 .
ASTORIA REAL ESTATE
This ponder never vanei, A marvel of
jj'trity, strettutli and wlio'esonteness. More
ccoiiinlc.d than the ordinary kind, and can
twtbeMJhlln competition with the multi
tude of low test. sh-rt weight, alum or ph03
pttate powders. Sold mdy i n cans. UnVAL
BAKl-n PnwiiRit On. tofi V'ail-it.. N. ". .
Lkwis 51. Johnrox & Co., Agents, Port
19. Sunday Travel and visit thy
20. Court, marry, ask favors, and
deal with others before noon; after
21. Avoid quarreling, and keep thy
22. Travel, remove and deal with wo
men. 23. Travel and deal with others in
the p. M. or evening.
24. Buy. court, marry, and push thy
25. Ask favors early iu tho morning,
after which, doubtful.
36. SAoday A very unpropitioua
day; be careful.
ii7. Ask no favors, avoid the fair and
do noi buy.
28. Very 'doubtful and unfortunate.
29. Sell, but for aught elso the day is
35). Ask favors, hire servants and
tmy carefully until noon.
31. Travel, remove and deal with
WaVcd lTp fCVcIuallr.
A lethargic, dor i.a! t.dit:o:i of the liver
! hardly :o I) vereo e with dne-t c ca
lit irtiet and a in c ucli laou'-. Airnt
er, pie tsanter uud far n:it' t ffe tlve nieai.3
x'ats of :tr iiiinj; l!i- or a t wh.-n soma.
I it. 'Hits I llmif! er :om-ch Uuters.
vinicheil fctrb tlteiiie icd fnteiiii j.le te.l
t) lit- pub ic for many y-ar. A lesttuuiilnii
b the ot i:r oigan id t- ifceilve liincttoii
itn theartivii attendant ti ti health a
einr i m r -u arity of Hie bowel . an t a re
i valf dij: ti.ii, ate Hie no les happ
u..t ;.tiIii iCi:il: nl nMti;; the U.tterssis-
miliea-ix. Its laxative elTect is never
.a a. ul an I dp'iieliin. us teitden.y liein
r itlur to ,MT(tm ite regularity than'to p:o
Jim a iopl us neiiitn. Malaria, nervous
ii s . debility, kidney Doubles audueutalgia
it hub.lu.-s eltect taliv.
Ten m'llions ot dollara were ex
pead.d in St Paul for new buildings
Ayer's Cathartic Pills stimulate the
ape t ite an 1 regulate tho bowels. Try
tLcm. Have you t-ecnAyer'h Almanac?
Fur Stablemen and Stockmen.
Cuts. Swellings, Draises. Spra.ns, Galls, Strains,
Lameness, SLffness, Cracked Heels, Scratches
Contractions, Flesh Wounds. Strinohalt, Sere
Throat. Distemper. Colic. Whitlow. PoH Evil.
Fistula. Tumors, fcplints. Ringbones and Spavin
In Utelr carlj SUg:s. D rcc'Jons with each kettle.
At Drcggistj a d Dealers.
THE CHAnLES A. V0GELER CO.. Baltinort. Mi.
will save tho dvsneptie from
day of misery, and enable him to
whatever ho wishes. Theyprereat
cause the food to assimilate and uovw
tsb. the body, give keen appetite, mmA
and tlid muscle. Elegantly csgar
coaled. Price, 25 cents per box.
Office. 44 Murray St N. Y.
TRADE HR MARKi
I. W. Case.
ESTABLISHED - 1870.
Transacts a General Banking Business.
Drafts drawn available lit any part of the
U. 3. and Europe, and on MongKoti, China
okkicr llouus : 10 a. at. to 3 p. at.
Om Kkj tows Uuildlno, Astoria. Oregon.
ail V aSnATITlQTI
And Dealers hi
Special Attention Given to Filling
A fULL LINE CARRIED
And applies furuUhed at Satis
Purchases delivered lu any part of the city.
Office and Warehouse
lo Hume's Now Budding ou Water Street.
1. O. Box 153. Telephone No 37.
T. B. Loughery.
Cigars, Tobacco, Cigarettes,
MttE BUT TUB EKST BltANDS H1SDLED.
.Opposlto llaliti I.oot and Shoo S'orc.
Tho only mdiciao which destroy" the
Jj"in of Cat rb. Rheumatism, rVranlo
Complaint, C sumntion (if not ton fnr
jip JhyonnMa, Malarial and all B'ood
md tin DNo i808. It i r n riIq nnd rwvdt i vo
31-0 for JL-SS of Mnnon ard (n
urnei. I'jpleavinttodrLik. Givoita trial
Price, 75 r-ntu nnd SI 25.
PACIFIC SLOPE MEDICINE CO.,
Spotano Falls, Wash.
J. C. Dement, Bole Agenr. Astoria
CHIEF OF TOLICE SALE.
Nolire is hereby gi en that by virtue
of a warrant i:smad by the auditor and
police judge, of the city of Astoria, in
accordance with an order made by the
common council of the cit of Astoria,
by ordinance number 1138. entitled an
oidiuaucu ordering the auditor and po
lice judge to isue warrant for the col
lection of assessments remaining" un
paid on the Washington street sewer as
sessment, approved November 29th. 1889.
Said warrant bearing dato the :?0th day
oi Novembe 189, commanding me to
levy uiioii lot number 4 in block number
39 in the city of Astona, as lain out and
reeordeu by jotin .i uiure. to eu ect an
assesment of S03, which asesment
was made for thecon-tru tion of a sewer
in Washington street, between the uoutii
side, Astor stt eet and 100 feet north of
the north side of Water street, by r
dinance number 1100 entitled nn 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. 1889. 1 have
this day leived uion lot number 4 block
number 39 in .McCIure's Astoria, said lot
being assessed to Chas. Rohr as owner,
and on Wednesday the 29th of January
1890, :t2CIociC 1' 31. ot said (lay III
, front of the courthouse door in said city
! of Astoria, Clatsop county, Oregon, will
proci ed to .sell lot No. 4. blk No. ,T9 in Mc
'Clure's Astoria, to the highest bidder
therefor, to pay said assessment, costs
nnd expenses of sale. Said sale to be
for U. S. gold coin.
Dated at Astoria, this 28 day of Pecem
V J. BARRY.
Chief of Police. ;
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CHIEF OF POLICE SALE.
Notice is hereby given that by-virtuo
of a warrant issned 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 or
dinance number 1133, entitled an ordi
nance ordering the auditor and police
judge to issue warrants for the collection
of assessments remaining unpaid on the
Washiugton street sewer assessment ap
proved Nov. 2iJth, 18KJ. Said warrant
bearing dite tho 30th day of November,
189, commanding mo to levy upon lot
number 2 in block number 40 in the city
of Astoria, as laid out and recorded by
John MoCIure, to collect an assessment
of $.5, which assessment wns made for
tho construction of a sewer in Washiug
ton street, between tho south side of
Astor street, and 100 feet nqrth of the
north sido of Water street, by ordinance
No. 1,100 entitled an ordinance declaring
the probable cost of constructing a sewer
in nshington street from the south side
of Astor street to 100 feet north of the
north side of Water street, approved July
25, 16S9, 1 have this day levied upon lot
number 2 in block number 40 in McClures
Astoria, said lot being assessed to M.
Mever as owner and on Wednesday the
29 day of January 1890. at 2 o'clock p. ii.
ol sam uay in iront oi me court noose
door in said city of Astoria, Clatsop
county, Oregon will proceed to sell lot
number 2 in block number 40 in Mc
Clure'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 ' storia, this 23th day of
V. J. BAKRY,
Chief of police.
CHIEF OF rOLICE SALE.
Notico is hereby given that by virtue
of a warrant issued by tho auditor and
police judge of tho city of Astoria, in ac
cordance with nn order made by tho com
mon council of the city of Astoria, by 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 tbo
Washington street sewer assessment, ap
proved November 29th, 1889, said warrant
bearing dato the 3uth day. of November,
lbS9, commanding mo to levy upon lot
number 5, in block number 39, in the
city of Astoria, as laid out and recorded
by John ilrClure. to collect an assess
ment of C5, which assessment was made
for the construction of iAiower in vVnsu
ingtou street, between tho sonth side of
Astor street and one hundred feet north
of the north side of Water street, by or
dinance number llOii, entitled ru ordi
nance declaring tho probable cost of con
structing a sewer in Washington street,
front the south side of Astor street to one
hundred feet north of the north side of
Water street, approved July 2sth, 1SS9, 1
have this day levied upon lot number ft,
in block number 39, iu ilcClnre's Astoria,
said lot being nssessesed to Chas. Rohr,
as owner, nnd on Wednesday, the 2"Jth
day of Januurj-. 1890. at 2 o'clock v. M.
of said day. in front of the court house
door in s"aid city of Astoria, Ciatop
county. Oregon, will proceed to sell lot
number 5, in block number 39, in Me
Clure'a Astoria, to the highest bidder
therefor, to pav said assessment, co.ts
and expenses of sale. Said sale to be for
D. S. gold coin.
Dated nt Astoria, this 23th dav of De
cember, 1689. W. J. BARRY,
Chief of Police.
ASTORIA TRANSFER CO.
Conw:ince3 of any kind, on short notice.
1 rnferilng Darj;i.je, ete., a special! j .
Telephone .No, 12.
SHERMAN Jr WARD.
City Wood Yard.
Hamilton & Co.. Prop'rs.
Onice and Woodyard on Graj '. Dock.
Ail Kinds of Fine Dry Wood Cut
At ltHaMnnablc lriee. SattKfae-
tiim ii:tr)ijte.-i ;ur I'airinw.
AH Orders promptlv fll!.d a'ld dehvend
In any part of the city.
Magnus 0. Crosby
iron Pipe and Fittings,
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS
SHEET LEAD STRIP LEAD
Lots are daily selling by telegraph and letter im
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. Prices now $10 and $12
per front foot.
Joins Astoria on the East and will be tfie
terminus of the two Transconti
Young's Addition to Alderbrook!
Is the only inside addition on the market.
and prices of lots will treble in value
within three months.
Buy now. while lots are selling for $75;
$JU down and
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GRAND CROSS OF THE LEGION D'UONNETJR. -
The? received the -
ONLY GOLD MEDAL
For FLAX THREADS at the
London Fisheries Exhibition 1883.
And have been awarded HIGHER PRIZES at the various
Than the goods of any other
IN TUK WORLD,
Quality Can Always b Depended on.
Experienceft Fishermen Use no Bte.
HENRY DOYLE & CO..
5 1 7 and 5 1 9 Market Street. SAN FRANCISCO.
AGENTS FOR PACIFIC COAST.
W00DBERRY SEINE TWINE. ROPE and NET
TING Constantly on Hand. SEINES, FOUNDS and
TRAPS Furnished to order at Lowest Factory Price.
LIDDICOAT & CRIBB.
Carpen tcrs aud Bailders.
ITo't & McL'urlrlV's old stand hive over 20
plates audd awingsof all Klads and styles
f dwelling-houses, ranging from $900 to
SI, COO Call and see them.
..a, 1 -.
$10 per month.
A Tract of Desirable
On the Walluskl. containing between fta
60 acres ; half tif it Is tide Unri. For mrtM-"
ula, enquire of WM BUCK,
At Gcrmanh. ShIoss. -.
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