The daily morning Astorian. (Astoria, Or.) 1883-1899, January 16, 1890, Image 1

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C. P. Upshur,
Shipping and Commission Merchant
Mala St. Wharf, Astoria. Owzon
SPECIALTIES :
Cannery Supplies
Barbour's Salmon Net Twines.
NEPTUNE Brand Salmon Twine.
WOODBERBY Cotton Lines and Twines
SEINES and NETTING
or a'l Description Furnished at
Factory Prices.
FIRE INSURANCE
JTXected in First CLiss Pom:ian!i-s.
Uepresoutlns 18.oon,Ot
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Agency PacIBc Expresi aad Wells, Fargo & Co.
TMela Lster & Andeisen,
CIVIL ENGINEERS.
Surveyors ami Architects.
Office. Ko .11 9, Klavbl's Blb'g,
SECOND STREET
IP. O. lix SIX AVlOl.IA, OR.
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REAL ESTATE AGENT.
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N. E. Cor. Olney and Third M. !
P. O. Box 430
Particular attention given to Properties
In Ujitx-r Aitoi la; also to purchase vi Urn-
ocr Lauas.
Abstracts of Title.
C. R.THOMSON
Keeps a full set of Abstract Books
anl will examine tin liiieiui i.e.u t--tate
In ihecouutv and furnish an Abstrac
orTitlftotJieame.
Terms reasonable. Vok guaranteed.
Carnahan & Go.
SUCCEbSOKS TO
l. W. CASE,
IMPnKZElto AND WHOLESALE AND
KKTATL DEALERS IN
&EMEAL MERCMllISE;
oai r Cli"ti.inmi :tnd Cass MJtls.
A"t it I A OKEGON
BOOTS AND SROES!
Or Best Quality, and at
LOWEST PlilCES,
AT Til K
SIGN OF THEJOLDEH SHOE.
H. W. Strickler, M. D.
DEALER IN
Pure Drugs, Toilet Articles, Etc.
Prescription Clerk speaks Pour different
Lan-.'U'.t'x
eiif-al practloo of Medicine atinu'.etl t
b tile Doctor.
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SEALANO
Th urnitnusf the rwacoamt Shoalwalcr Bay KaiHoad. THE GREAT
EST SUMMER HE 01:T OX THE NOKTI1WE.-T COAT. Lit-s at the head
of the Uav, nt drep wati-r, and ily twelve mill fmni the bar. The coming
County iat atid Cotniuenlai Metiopi lis of Pacific county. Now laid ouL Lots
on the market fnmi $5t. ami upwards.
ror particulars and fuli information, call on or address s
B. A. SEABORG,
Ilwaco, 'Wash.
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The Teacher
vTho advised her pupils to strengthen
.heir minds by the use of Ayer's Sar
japarilla, appreciated the truth that
joJily health is essential to mental
vigor For persons of delicate and feeble
oiibtltution, whether young or old, this
nediciue is remarkably beneficial. He
jure you get Ayer's Sarsaparilla.
" Every spring and fall I lal:e a num
ber of bottles of Ajcr's Sarsaparilla, and
am greatly benefited." Mrs. James H.
Lnstmau, Stoneham, Mass.
"I have talcen Ayer's Sarsaparilla
with jjreat l)eneiit to my general health."
Miss Thirza L. Crerar, Palmyra, Md.
"My daiishter, twelve jears of age,
aas s i.frcd for tho past year from
General Debility.
A U'v weeks since, wo began 10 give
:..! A j er'.s Sat.-aparilla. Ilor health has
?i.iN imp:ovj'tl." 2Ir. Harriet II.
L.ttJlv -.. Cuuih Chelmsford, Mass.
Abntit acai agolbegan iingAyer's
i't -,r.inrilla as a lcmedy for debility
as..! neiii-algia resulting horn malanal
Lpo'-iiK- in thu aimj. I was in a very
had roiuhtion, but iix boltles of theSar
.apai ilia, ith oci asional doa-s of Ayer's
Pills, lau- gie.itly impiowd my health.
I m now aide to v. 01 k, and feel that I
annotsav too much for jonr excellent
nmedici." V. A. Pinkham, South
Molttnc-us, Mo.
"My daughter, sixteen years old, is
fing A j ei's Sarsaparilla with good ef
f, it." Kov. S. J. Graliam, United
Dntlnon Chuich, Buckhannon.W. Va.
" I suffeicd fiom
Nervous Prostration,
;;h lamf back :md headache, and have
In i n mui-li betii-lited by the use of Ayer's
." ..-saparilla. I am now SO years of age,
.md am satisfied that my present health
:nd prolonged life are due to tho use of
ns Sarsaparilla." Lucy Mofritt,
Willingly, Conn.
Mrs. Ann H. Farnsworth. a lady 79
.-, old, So. "Woodstock, Vt., writes:
After several weeks' suffering from
11 r-ons prostiation, I piocurcd a bottle
1 Xver's Saisaparilla, and bcfoie I
.id jaken half of It my usual health
red."
!i:u.'rt L'nuiMtnnuilin
iVJr i oai xauai ma,
rncrAiiED by
I-. 1. C. Ayer Sc Co., Lowell, Mass.
Vtteof I; sis oitlc. $5. "Yoth C5 bottle.
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DIAMOND PALACE
GUSTAV HANSEN, Prnp'r.
A liv Jiiid WVIUUlectfd Mock of Knu
BiaiOMS I Jfif elry
At Extremely Low Prices,
AH floods llonpht at This CnUblUhmenl
Warranted Genuine.
VTntcti and Clrli Kcpniriiif
A SPECIALTY
corner Cas and Squeinou.ua Mieets
iompson & Ross
Cirry a Full Line or
Choice Staple and Fancy
Groceries.
Give Us a Call and Be Convinced.
A NEW ENTERPRISE.
City Express Transfer Company.
H. O. Thing and C. E. Miller,
puoptturroits.
Headquarters at M.dn Mieet -Aliaif.
TKLhPHOXE K0.43.
A Ut'iieral Kxtrtss and DelUerj' P.ush'pss
transacted.
Your patnn.4:i Is -oliclted.
The Oregon Bakery
A. A. OM'.VEL.IM), i'r.-p'r.
&GCii Bread, Cake ani Pastr?
Nont but th le-l JhiliTiaK lmU
Satisfaction Guaranteed Customer4
t:r.i.t 'In .: in .ii: t'sn ! Ill c tv
A B. Stcinbach & Co.
THE
HATTERS and CLOTHIERS.
31EN'.S AND DOYS'
Clothing and Furnishing Goods.
HATS TittiN'KS AND VALISES.
Ci-rntr First and MorrKott Streets, Portland,
oitcnox.
U nntry nrdcis Solicited, atid Promptly
Executed
Hays Put
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THE POLITE AND 1 OXY LANULOKD.
How Guests "Were Made Cumn-rlable at
The '-Occidental Hotel."
Detroit Free Tress.
Eightvic miles beyond Denver,
fhevear before the first railroad went
throngb, four of us San "Francisco pas
ia front of the "Occidenttl hotel'
(built of logs). "With, pants resolutely
tucked in bis boots, and determinedly
fastened to bis waist with a belt in
which was a 'vehement revelver:
checked shirt and slouch bat, poetic
allv on one ear, the affable host
came out, kicking a bouad off the
steps, to receive m. IKs size com
manded respect.
"Gentlemen." said be. as lie shook
bands with each one of us, 'allow me
i lo welcome von to this hospitable bos-
I . m -, l it.- :
telrv. j.i:e oriuge is gonu ul uiu riur
below and ou can't get over till it is
fixed somo'time lo-morrow. You will
abide with mo and I with you, and
you bet we'll share and sbnro alike in
all we've got if wo bavo lo cut
n pttmkin. Wo are far out, but
you shan't find tts way off.
Step right up this port cochero (slab
platform) and don't slop to ttse
tho scraper, follow mo through this
portal (slab doer), lo which tho latch
6tringis never out of fix, unless it bap
pens to bo drawn in; step right up to
this ornate counter (board on two bar
rels) mid place your royal names upon
this accommodating register (a medi
cal memorandum book) while I call
our caterer's attention (Sal, get grub
for four on dit!).
'Now, my lords, please step out in
to the lavatory (tho whole wide world)
and proceed to perform your ablutions
in uncontaminated water dipped from
the creek in vssels of tho purest
plated waro (tiu basins), and tbero are
the frescoed napkins (pieces of former
tablecloth) on that ruck (wooden plug).
Now, please walk in. There is lite
mirror (north east c nner of a small
lookinc-class). and comb (too shy too
show its teeth).
'Sit tin here by the register, friends
(stove clear out door), for the evening
zephyrs are chilly, and take the rrost
out of your fee!. Uut first, gent?,
stroll into tho barroom (dry goods
bos) and take a supper invigo.-ator
(mountain avalanche). "What, water,,
Gum. it'll lako all the taste out!
"The gong (spoon rapped on crock)
sounds, jour refection is ready: come
over into the dining-room (south cast
corner of the room) and lako chairs
(sawed off logs) at the table do bole
'two slabs on trestles). Excuse our
menu, it is not printed yet, but you
see before you tho bill of fare (old ba
con, corn "btead, hominy, mackerel,
and chicory coffee), the terrapin and
oysters haven't got hero lo bo in sea
son yet No toasts, gentlemen, are
permitted at tho table; you mut ad
journ to the bar for them and the
speeches. Gents, don't be sparing of
the napkins (our handkerchiefs), they
seem to be plentiful."
Later on as we intimated a desire
lo retire early. Said the landlerd:
'Wait till I get tho chandelier (tallow
candle in a block of wood.) as the gas
is all out. Now come up the eleva
tor (ladder in corner:) don't stumble
and fall up stairs. Select your own
rooms, gentlemen, (beds all in one
room divided by chalk marks,) nud
don't over balance yourselves and fall
against the partitions or you'll disturb
vour neignoor. xtepair 10 yon. own
downy couches (straw ticks on planks;)
just manipulate this electric annunci
ator on tho floor (a hickory club) or
telephone down tho shaft (trap door)
if you want anything, but don't make
a misstep and tumble down with the
message. Good night."
The next morning wo found tho
landlord was a great reader of high
toned, low-priced novels, and had got
on to the swing.
At oigbt o'clock we got off with our
lives.
A ilark or Xtlvltj-.
A discussion aroso on board an At
Ian tic liner a short timo ago as to the
citizenship of a gentleman at tho
other cud of tho salooa.
"He's an Englishman" said one: T
know by bis bead."
'He's a Scotchman," said another; "I
know by his complexion."
He's a German." said another; UI
know by bis beard."
The young ladies thought he looked
a little Spanish. Hero tho conver
sation rested, but soon ono of them
said:
"I bavo it," said she, ''bo's an Ameri
can; he's got his legs on tho table."
Qulceslon New.
CINT 8M-F.i MCIITS.
Is the complab t of thousands suffering
from Asthma, Con-i mpli n, Com-hs,
to. TMd j on ever try Dr. Acker's Eng
lish Remedy? It is "the best prepara
tion known for all Lung Troub e?.
So d on a positive guaranteo at :c.
and 50c. bv -J W. Conn.
Officer Schroeder, of Cincinnatti,
found a pretty little animal about
the size of a kitten on tho street iu
tho suburbs. Ho picked it up and
was about to carry it home, when he
f suddenly became aware of the ''nature
of the beast." It was a skunk.
Ajer's Cathartic Pills stimulate tho
apetite and regulate the bowels. Try
them. Have you seen Ayer's Almanac?
THAT ITACKinCoUGH can be
so quickly i ured b. Shil ilfs Cim . Wc
gttaraui. e iL .J. o. Di ra at.
ROBB &
on the Market the Fine Property of Henry Powell,
DYSPEPSIA.
IS that misery experienced when ire sud-1
l aeniy oecomo aware maiwe p;sessa
diabolical arrangement called a jtoniach.
The stomach Is tho reservoir Urvn. which,
every fibre r I "'vie ua 1 1 .sonrlshed,
and any tr. 11 5 soosrtjlrjh rough-
out thp w.. ,i. AKiDj-a dozen
dysncrtlcji f vl"i have the ssmopre-doniu.arU'-
ir.s. Dyipcr-U.-JTMaciIve
mental jiou.rt. -J r. bilious to :nrcrament
are fuuL.vI t. r"-k J!o'n.uu-..."; those,
flcshynndplikgiu . ...iveC" rlpatloa.
while the 1
imn
: Sli.l i
'andoued
togloomy fovebfMJli.g-. 3' "iOuyBpcptics
aro wonderfully f..v tfiil; others havo
great irritabllltj 01 temper.
Whatever form D.v .pepsia. may take,
ono thins Ls certain,
The underlying" cause is
in She &irER,
and ono tiling more Is equally certain, no
one will remain a dyspeptic who will
ftET
It -will correct
Acidity of th
Stomach,
llrjjel foul 'rases,
Allftjr Irrlteiloa,
Lsl Assist IMscstloB,
and, at tho Hams
. iimo
Start the JAi-zr 0 tvoriiiHgr,
when all clhcr troithtes
soon disappear
"My wlfs tras a caflmcl d,-Fc?ti. Soma
three years ago by x'.c J.,c 01 lr. Sicirer, of
Augusta, sic was Iai'i..- ' t trj S. rrca. Liver
Regulator I teel gr?." f it i'w JiitY it has
given licr, acj x.ja ' . i i J tnU aJ are
afflicted in any '-re tuo cr other
ri..e, use SininT t . i V m." ' - a'tl I feel
confident health ii re . -.':. II wha trill
bo advised." V.'m. M. kras.i, P.i: VHcy.Ga.
See that yon get ftr &:iuine,
with red 2 on f" r: Wrapper,
rnrI i only tv
J.n.ZKrLTN & CO., IlitI:itlolpliJa, Ta.
Prlet, $1.00.
Qaecr Thinyj TJut Art Pitet-d.
Tliere is a claim ia the patent office
for a patent on the Lord's prayer, the
specifications being that the repeti
tion of the same '"rapidly and in a loud
voice will cure stammering."
Among the odd inventions aro
'chicken hopples" which walk the lien
right out of the ga-den when she iries
to scratch; "the bee moth excluder,"
which atttomaticallv Hhut up the bee-
hives when the bees go to roost; "the
tapeworm hook," which speaks for
itself; tho "educational bal'oou," a toy
balloon, with map of tho world on its
surface; "sido hilt annihilaton," stilts
to at on to tho down-hill legs of a
horse when plowing on hillsides (a
most bandy invention for Nevada
ranches which stand on edge); and
the'iipn surpriser," a device which
drops the newly laid egg through to
the bottom of the nest, with intent to
beguile the hen into at once laying an
other.
APlTV TOlfllltMXF.
It is surpnsin-r that people wilt u e a
common, ordi arv pill 'Rlltrt rftpfcrm
secure a valuable English one for the
-ame money. Dr. Ack r's Enslbh pills
are a positive euro for sick-headache
and all liver troubles. They a e small,
sweet, ea-iilv takon, and do not gripe.
Sold hy J. w. Co n.
A Cadmus, Michigan farmer, fed a
flock of swine several'gallons of cider
which was not soft. The bogs went
on a glorious old drunk for three
days, and a few of them passed peace
fully away never realizing what had
touched them.
It faithfully used, Ayer's Sarsapa
rilla will remove scrofula in whatever
form it exists.
Twenty Baltimore girls who have
plenty of money and who aro good
German and French scholars, propose
to travel through Enrope, and will
wrilo a book of their adventures.
Titero will bo twenty chapters, one by
each girl.
WILL YOU SUFFER with Dypen-
sla and Liver complaint 7 Muloir t
taltZff Is guaranteed tn cure you
J. C.
Dement.
S
3ACOBSOX
RACE
Rem
EDYfR
true RDT
A CERTAIN CURE FOR
TOOTHACHE.
417 W. Lombard St. Balto., Md., Juno 9,1888.
Bobbed of sleep brtoothacho;8wcllinggrc4t
In face, rubbed with St, Jacobs Oil ; first appli
cation relieved; went to sleep: morning; pida
all gone, JOHN HOHESBEMeB.
At DRCOOirrs and Dealers.
THE CHARLES A. V0CELER CO.. taHbnart. IM.
Tutt's Pills
Trill save tho drspcptlo from aaaay
days or misery, and enable him t eat
whatever he wishes. Theypreveat
Sick Headache,
cause the food to assimilate and aoav
ish the body, give keen appetite, aad
Develop Flesh.
and -olid muscle. Elegantly csfmr
coaled. Price, 25 cents per box
Sold Everywhere
Office. 44 Murray St., N. Y,
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ETIQUETTE ABROAD.
i Cailoai Custoius in Yone la Sums of the
Xattur.
In Sweden if you address the poor-1
est person on the street you must lift
your bat Tho same courtesy i3 in-'
sisted upon if you pass a lady upon
the stairway. To enter a reading room
or bank with one's hat on is regarded
as a bad breach of manners. To place
your band on tho arm of a lady is a
grave and objectionable familiaritv.
Never touch the person, it is sacred. '
is one of their proverbs. In Holland
a lady is expected to retire precipitate
ly if she should enter a store or a res
taurant where men are congregated.
She waits until they have transacted
their business and departed. Ladic3
seldom rise in Spain to receive a male
visitor and they rarely accompany
him to the door. For a Spaniard to
give a lady (even his wife) hi3 nnn
when out walking is looked upon as a
decided violation of propriety.
In Persia, among tho aristocracy, u
visitor sends notice an hour or two be
fore calling, and gives a day's notice
if tho visit is one of great importance.
He is mot by servants before ho
roaches tho bouse, and other consid
erations are shown him according to
relative rank. Tho left and not tho
right is considered tho post of honor.
No Turk will enter a sitting room
with dirty shoe3. The upper classes
wear tight fitting shoes with goloshes
over them. The latter which receivo
all the dirt and dust, aro left outsido
tbo door. Tho Turk nevor washes in
dirty-water. Water is poured over
his bands, so that when polluted it
runs away.
In Syria Iho people never take off
their caps or turbans whon entering a
bouso or visiting a friend, but they
always leave their shoes at the door.
There are no mats or scrapers outside
and tho floors inside are covered with
exponsive rugs, kept very clean ia
Moslem bouses and used to kneel up
on while asking prayers.
Kxpen-iivc Advortfiiiz
The merchants at Teniuo do not ad
vertise in their home paper?, but aro
always reaching out lo squauder their
wealth far from home. Ono of them
recently bought an elephant with the
idea of using him for advertising pur
poses. Ho arrived tho other morning.
with freight charges of S50Q attached
to liim. The charges were so excessive
that tho firm refused to accept the ani
mal, and he, becoming impatient,
started out on a little pasear to ad
vertise himself, just to got bis hand in.
Ho sauntered down the main street
and stopped in at a livery stable and
ate a bale of hay; then he wrecked
tho stable and crossed the street
and knocked out a plate glass
store front. This furnished him
keen enjoyment, and he could see
tiiatjiis little efforts were attracting
uito a good deal of attention. So he
trotted down to the corner and smashed
ono sido out of a drug store. By this
timo all tho men in town were inter
ested, and after ouo or two ineffectual
efforts they got him roped and led bim
back to tho station in ignominy and
disgrace. The last returns from the
town stale that 10 men are now sit
ting on tho animal waiting for advice
from tho owner, and the firm who bar
gained for him have taken to the tall
woods, while the general verdict is
that somo quieter advertising medium
would be better for anybody except,
perhaps, an undertaker.
Joint stock companies havo multi
plied with marvelous rapidity in Eng
land of lato years.
Tho Paris police force, which now
numbers 6,100, is about to bo increased
to 7,800.
Tho only modtclno which dpotro;
znrK of Catitrh. Khpnmntinm.
Dy tn
Femali
ComDlatnts. Co .snmntinn lit nnt tnn tut
rra-. Dvooetnia. Malarial and all Blooc
ind .--rin Diseases. It I s a Hif e and poiti vo
3arp r or Loss OT NinnnoOn and tinn.
Dtrliea. Ispleasnnttndriuk. Giro it a trial
Price, 75 cnts and Si 23.
PACIFIC SLOPE MEDICINE CO.,
Spokono Falls, Wnsh.
J. C Dement. Sole Agent. Astoria
T. B. Loughery.
DEALER IK
Cigars, Tobacco, Cigarettes,
Confectionery, Etc.
S0XE BUT TUB BEST BBASDS HANDLED.
TlIIltD STREET.
Opposite Ilahn's Boot and Shoe Store,
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HJBfflwfCTJia3iyH5fj!ni
PARKER
POWDER
Absolutely Pure.
Thta ponder never varies, A nan cl of
i-urtty, stremctli and wholesomcncss. More
ecun, micsl than the ordinary kliuS.aud can
ntLvM)':l in rompetitlon v. ith the ntulti
t'iilt or lor. l .t. sli. rt weii'lit, alum or phos
...UepyMler. Suhl only in cans. Hoyai.
UKi.; PnwuKit To. ic; V'&H-st.. N. " .
Lewi. .M. Johnson & Co., Agents, Poit-!.-uid,
iMin.
CHIL'F OK I'OLTCE SALE.
Notico is hereby given that by virtno
of a warrant issued by tho nuditor nnd
police judgo of tho city of Astoria, in ac
cordance with an order made by the com
mon conucil of the city of Astoria, by or
dinance number 113S, entitled nn ordi
nance ordering tho auditor nnd police
judge to issue warrants for the collection
of assessments remaining unpaid on the
aslimgton street sewer assessment ap
pro, ed iSov. 2Uth, lSSU. Said warrant!
bearing date the 30lh day of November, j
18hD, commanding me to levy upon lot
number 2 iu block number 40 in the city
of Astoria, as laid out and recorded by
J.!m iilet'lure, to collect r.n assessment
of $.", which assessment was made for ;
the con. trnction of n sewer in W&slnug
tin street, between the south side of
Abtor street, and 100 feet north of thu
north sido of Water street, by ordinance
No. 1,100 entitled an ordinance declaring
the probable co-t of constructing a sew. er
in V ashington .slret t from the --oath side
of Astor street to TCOfeir, uoita of the
north side of Water jitrtel. :.rp- ived July
25, ISS'J, f have this day it. ted upon lot
number 2 in blocrTnanibcr'IOin icClnrcs
Astoria, said lot being .i&i.s.sd toM.
Mever an owner and on Wediusdny the
29 day of January ISitQ. at 2 o'clock i. ii.
of said day in front of Hie court houbo
door in said eitv of Astoria, V'lntsOp
county, Oregon will proceed to sell lot
number 2 in liloek cumber i ) in Mc
Cluro's slori;:, t the highcit bidder
therefor, to pa 'id assessment, co-jts
and expenses of .lf. S.i.d sale to be for
U. S. gold coin.
Dated at Astoria, thw 28th day of
December, 1S59.
W. J. HARRY,
Chief of police.
CIIIEK OF rOLICC SALE.
Notice is hereby given that by virtue
of a warrant issue'd by tho auditor and
police judge of tho city of Astoria, in ac
cordance with nn order made by the com
mon council of the city of Astoria, by or
dinance number 1133, entitled nn ordi
nance ordering the nuditor and police
judgo to issuo warrants for the collection
of assessments remaining unpaid an the
Washington street sewer assessment, ap
proved November 20th, 1SS9, said warrant
bearing date tho 3'Jth day of Novembor,
1889, commanding me to levy upon lot
number 5, in block number 39, in the
city of Astoria, as laid out and recorded
byJonn AlcCIure, to collect nn assess
ment of G5, which assessment was made
for the construction of a sewer in Wash
ington street, between the south side of
Astor street nnd one hundred feet north
of tho north sido of Water street, by or
dinance number 1100, entitled an ordi
nance declaring tho probable cost of con
structing a sower in Washington streot,
from tbesouthside of Astor street to one
hundred feet north of the north side of
Water street, approved July 23th, 1889, 1
have this day lovied upon lot number 5,
in block number 59, in ilcClure's Astoria,
said lot being nssessessed to Chas. Eohr,
as owner, and on Wednesday, tbo 29th
day of January, 1899. 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 lo sell lot
number 5, in block number S9, in IMc
Cluro's Astoria, to the highest bidder
therefor, to pay said assessment, costs
and expenses of sale. Said sale to ba for
U. S. gold coin.
Dated at Astoria, this 23th dav of De
cember, 18S9. W. J. ISAllRY,
Chief of Police
I. W. Case.
BANKER.
ESTABLISHED - 1870.
Transacts a General Banking Business.
Drafts draw u available hi any part of the
I. H. and Europe, ami on Iloiig Kong, Cliinj
OKKICK llOUHS : 10 A. 31. to J 1. 31.
)dd Fei lows Bin L!iN;, xttorla. Oregon.
FOR SALE.
A Tract of Desirable Land
On tho Walluski. ronlalnlnj; betucen CO nnd
30 acres ; halt of it Is tide Lmd. For p rtt:
ulaw, enquire of Wil. BOCK,
At GermauLi b.doon.
LIDDIGOAT & GRIBB.
Carpenters aud Builders.
Holt St McL'urtrle's old stand, hive over 2f 0
plates and drawings of all Kinds and stales
of dwelling-houses, ranging from ?00O to
1 00 Call and see them.
AL0ERBR00K
j Joins Astoria on the
.terminus of the
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Young's Addition to Alderbrook !
Is the only inside addition on the market,
and prices of lots will treble in value
within three months. " c
Buy now, while lots are selling for $75;
$20 down and 10 per month.
Winsrat
Irish Flax
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GRAND CROSS OP THE LEGION D'HONNEUR.
Thoy received the trr.
ONLY GOLD IVIEDAL
For FLAX THREADS at the
London Fisheries
And have been awarded HIGHER 1'RIZES at the varions" -
INTERNATIONAL. EXPOSITIONS,
Than tho goods of any other
XXSSiAD MAW UFACTURKRS
IN THE WORLD,
Quality Can Always fee Depended on.
Mmmi Fistieraeu Use i Other.
HENRY DOYLE & CO..
5 1 7 and 5 1 9 Market Street. SAN FRANCISCO.
AGENTS FOR PACIFIC COAST.
WOODBEBRY SEINE TWINE. ROPE and NET
TING Constantly on Hand. SEINES, POUNDS and
TRAPS Furnished to order at Lowest Factory Prices.
City Wood Yard.
Hamilton & Co., Prop'rs.
Office and Woodyard on Gray's Dock.
All Kinds of Fine Dry Wood Cut
AND DELIVERED
At Reasonable Price. Satisfac
tion t.iiaruntefd Oar Patrons.
All Orders promptly filled and delivered
In any p.trt of the city.
AND COMMISSION HOUSE.
MARTIN OLSEN,
Successor to E. C .Holden.
The oiaest established Commission House
In Oregon. Goods of all kinds sold ou com-.
mission.
Auction Sales Every Saturday.
General Kepalnng. Jobbing and Uphol
stering done.
Fine stock of Furniture on hand.
When you want Bargains In Household
Goods go to
MAItTIH OL.SE.X
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East and will hertherf
two Transcoiiti- -V-
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ASTORIA TRANSFER CO.
AND
Livery Stables.
Conveyances of any kind, on short aotk.
Transferring Baggage, etc, a specialty.
Telephone No, 12.
SHERMAN k WAKD.
Magnus G. Crosby
Dealer In
EAOf ABE, IBON, STEEL.
Iron Pipe and Fittings,
STOVES. TINWARI
AND
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS
SHEET LEAD STRIP LEAI
SHEET IRON,
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