Image provided by: University of Oregon Libraries; Eugene, OR
About The daily morning Astorian. (Astoria, Or.) 1883-1899 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 2, 1895)
ffi biM isioiuN, AsxoiiLi, HAttfioAY. Moimxci, NovBiiiit i, imi
JOHN T. UiiiiTUl, Editor.
TbRMS OP SUBSCRIPTION
Telephone No. 66.
Sent by mall, per year
Sent by mall, per month
Served by carrier, pir week
Sent by mail per year, $2.00 In advance.
" v Postage free to subscriber!.
AK communications Intended for pub
lication should bo directed to the editor.
Business communications of aJl kinds and
remltuinces must be addressed to The
The Atorhn guarantee to Us sub
scribers the largest circulation of any
newspaper published on the Columbia
Advertising nates can be had on ap
p.lcatlon to the business manager.
The Weekly Astorian, the second old
est weekly In the state of Oregon, has
next to the Portland Oregonlan, tl:e
largest weekly circulation In the state.
Jno. T. Hand:ey Co. are our Port
land agents, and copies of the Astorian
can be had every morning at their stand
on First street.
ENGLISH HATRED OP AMERICA.
As the Engfisti become better informed
of I'ne Intense fes".lng of t'he people of the
.United Stailes Cn petard to the Venezuela
t dhvute, and tee tr.-.oit u'i Monroe doctrine
is to too upheld If putt 1 5 sentiment can
lnfluenea ifiito udmlnlstratlM-comethlrig
w.-y Improbato 'tCiilr altitude becomes
personal? more offenaiva. This does not
mean '.r.iat Hie EntfUitare preparing- to
cii.tr toto a flgCit with the United 3Utee,
1 bu: that Utejp papers have commenced to
altiuiae iCie American people roundly and
wtftli-jjuit reason. As long as this country
dots not interfere with or seek to thwart
Bnksh airibJtlone Ithb proaa of thalt coun
ty fa hiS of honeyed praise for everything
American, but when any dispute arises
tha real BngCiih feeling ia manifested.
The fact 'to, thut the ISng'.Usn people en
tertain a greater dislike and hatred of
the United States und evoryth'.ng Ameri
can Divan the avenge American citizen
hoUs for Eng'.and and everything Eng
Clb. The Bngi.lsti atvs Je-alouj of this
country, and hate us for very many
reasons. They nein&milier wi:h shame
our victories in the Revolution and the
. war of 1812, particularly the battle of
No jv Orleans. They have seen our manu-
f xturta grow, and Amwlcan ikl!l come
. into ocnpeMIon with the EnglUft In linos
wuere before tlhey vlrtaiuly had a ir.cnop
o'.y. This Is particularly the case with
iron and uiteet, and was In regard to
wjoiens until the new tariff destroyed the
American wool' factories. The EngllBh
are Jealous of American proves?, of
American wealth, of American lntelii-
gence, and of the growth and prosperity
and power of thCa country.
Ths accounts for the blttsmesa if the
. comments tCiw Eng'.Wh make In regard to
tills country now that It seem probable
" c.'jit canwlCilng may be done to prevent
Great Britain ttie ' most offensive and
dangerous land-grabber In the world
Cxm vfcCiuaCOy robbing the weaker Vene
. iiKians of Cand that 1 thelrj by every
' principle of rtgWt and Justice. The ob
ject of the DngCiih In Venezuela. Is to
acquire control of -the rich gold Holds
that Me beyond that imaginary lino
which an Engtlnh prime minister dis
credited, catted' the Sdhomburj line.
Titey seek to secure a hold .on those
tM fieC&s Just m they aro now trying
by means of fa'.te mrspy.i and fraudu
lent maru to extend the Hue dividing
Alaska and Canada fa- i nouh north to
take In the rapidly devldplni gold mines
It must be admitted that the attitude
of 'Jhe present admin.'tr,ttlon In all deal
ings 'With England has heretofore been
racCi as to encourago tho KnglUCi Into
IxC'evlng that Mr. Cleveland and his
ministers would iippiove of any course
V.wy purmn-d, no matter 'low ajrgraslve.
The po'.ley of Inaction which the United
glaltes displayed at Nicaragua, and lis
attitude on other questions, notably that
of the Ilerim sea awards, give them
an excuse for expecting to hiV.) their
own way in the Venezuelan affair.
Tiserefore It huppens that, when the
United S'.Uai, Mr. Cleveland's admlnls
tr.iit.tan toning qprnwd on by a new secre
tary of Mute, in consonance with 1he
Joint resolution pai-tyed by congress lust
Mviivh ao'.ilng that tho boundary depute
between Venezuela and llrltlsh Guiana
be stfbmltlted to arbitration, tlatea In
strong legal language exactly what the
Monroe doctrine is, Informing England
IniforenitlalTiy that It miu't not trvspam
'(thereupon, the Brl'.lxh take 'it as an af
fiont and abuse tills country through
'Aie PlilladeCpNIa Time wyi: A Span
Lli gviitlcman of jiromtnno kvtily visit
ing in i'lil!adepu)ia, in convMvatlon with
am Amerkun foi'imr.y occupying a diplo
matic Ksitlon, said to.not'ilnff In connec
tion Willi tl.e largo number of troops In
Cuba, t'i.at, if true, muy starilo this und
odher countries when it gets out. It was
to the effoct fhat Sln, toping gtvvjtly In
iiJ of man'-y 'was m-gotla'.lna; wltit Eng
land for tiiie ift'Vj of Cuba, and had re
' cblvdd aaoui'dncea ihalt tf 'the Inlaid could
be d'lvti'eid wihjwt roulle wlfi tlve
United Slivto-3, the ile co'jJd be effected.
The ituggcut'ion was ulirown out that th
Cuban revolution dill not amount to much
excpt so far an it created tllcNV.tint
araonit ivlards and Ol'lver larga propci'ty
(holders in Cuba. whi feared some change
from the existing order of thing.
Tiie veniKJt in Wh DurnuW case will,
of oourwa, .meet with' much acclaim, yet
in thie isober u1gment of many people
" Where 'wW mnaln not only a doubt as to
hts actual' guilt, but a serious question
a to the propriety or rejular.ty of ha
conviction under Uho evldeucet vn if h
Is guilty. The a-emrut pubCIc has liule
concepflon of the nornvu power behind
'ttie district attorney's offtc, or ho.v hard
it often Is Voir a (nan auspsciel ot a
IVnousi crme atilctv aroucs strong popu
uar 5n.i:;!naiiilon, and agMinst whom tlher
haprna to be a few prohattve factf, . to
ewape the oveWVjtM of clroumsKujitlal vl
tk 'CM. a stuuirt uml uiim uul.nm
aatcctue fore, can wav abottt hln, Hj
cr.ly u:e dt-fensa U an allW, and multl-1
f,.lcs of Innocent men have uffer4 3it
pfnuilth of lvw tlhrougCi their inability
lo cwtablfcih an alibi. It may be so with
Diirrawt.; Ids om'.y defonse waj an aClbl,
wtikti h f.E'cd to piwe, and the State 01
California has uWolutdly filled to prov
(his guilt. Thore were many turanje fca
turea hi 1J.U caoe, but Uio mc-at remarka
tfto cf a'.H, pcrtiapa, waj Uio fact t'wt it
only look tCio Jucy iixmt minutci to find
him sufity on purely c.rc jnistintj.il fx
di.mce, Bifier ;lJai diwift-.-t attorney hd
consumed weks In hid triaO, and found
'neocusiary to ocVrupy two days In an
swerlng tihe arguments In hi defence
mi'J'e by his counsel',.
IT IS TIME TO ACT.
The despatches from Cuba that have
been pubJied in the Astorian during 'the
past low tlws linLllukte .that the condition
cj U..ir.gs in that Wand relating to Span
Jj.i operations ti.iere uu-a not only ci'itlca
but desperate. 'Hie number of troops
Hi.ilca nave been sent over from Spain
addicd to those in Cubi at the beginning
of tiae insurreat-fon, ' not avowing for
dkiattik which have occurred, makis
tutal of 80,000. ' This large force has
beon wn dawn by disease and cr.ujJ
ties of iwar so rapid. y thiait General
Campos is clamoring for more men, and
odk uiat 12,000 artlXerymen and cngl
neerd ti ia! be sent at once, or lie will not
be rtt'ponaJWe for Wva result. Ftom
oUIks- and reliable sources it has been
stated uiiat Spain Intends lo Inci-Me-a It
forces in Cuba to 100.000 men.
T.iii's ll'nd'Icii.tes iCJal; firaic.tlcally the iwhote
naltlve element of Cuba ia either in open
insurrection or that It is In (such avowed
eympatlny with the revolutionists that it
has to be under the surveillance of sniaK
or Jjn'ii garrisons, as 'tihe -.-aee muy be.
Ewn in Havana, a city of 200,030 people,
four-fifths c-f Uklti are native born and
Cuive to be kept 'front outbreak by ten or
fifteen 'thouaxnd garrison troops. Every
city, . town, vl.Ca.je and plantation re
quires a garlson to keep the spirit of
rebellion from outbreaking domontra
tlor.a. Every miCw of railroad and every
bridge has to be guarded.. All the great
sugar, coffee and tobacco plantations
have to be protected by scMlers to pre
vent n'&lut raids upon them by tho in
surg'ents if t'lifir ovnens are In sym'
pa thy with Spa'In, and to pre-vent the
blarfts from being enroTJed In the Cuban
army. Of the 1,500,000 people In Cuba,
1,250,000 of them . are thosHle to Spanish
rule. It Is only .the Spanish' office hold'
ora 'who have been devouring the nub'
stance of the land who era loyal to
Spain. The people of tMe lefand want
foome rule. They aire tired of Spanish
exftoi'tlon and tyranny, and they fee no
hepe for prosperity even with the won
derful wealtti-produclng resources of the
Island, iunn;ei the SpanlorJsi are expelled,
General Campos wa9 unabJe to auell the
last insurrection untl0 after eaver.il
yeaia, though it waJ not haM so gene.a4
m 3hls one. 'Rcmomiberlng that the Cu
bans f'tar'led utterly without resources,
depending upon the scanty contributions)
of cigar-makers in Florida and New
York, It 1s wonderful what t''iey liave
accompHshe'd. Considering theso condi
tions, and remri.nbeiilng t'Mt on the one
aide Uiere are thD Sivanlilli garrisons alnid
troop3 and on Uhe ether tr.iie native-born
people of Cuba, is It not utoout time for
the UnltfJ Sfaltea govetr,imnt to ay
this war must step, to notify Spain 'Ihat
it wIM not endure any further effuj'on
of blood, HM ihat the best thing It can
do is to pack up and clear out, making
tho beat treaty 'it can, ns EngUxnd did
wltli Mi'ls country, though Engilund did
not have ,'htar.f tlhte number of isofd'lcrs here,
Including the purchased He elans, to put
dcA'n thTvo imllllons o people wtilch
Spain hias in Cuba to put dciwn a million
and a half.
An exchange says: "It is a noticeable
fact that many good ltms are lest to the
newnpapir every woek by the mcdesty of
people who hesitate to tell the reporter
matteiu concerning ttomseilvets. Ton't
think It too forward to give Items con
corning yourseJf. The right thing to do
l to stop a newspaper man on tho street
of uny other place you may happen to
meet him nnd tell lilm you have ben on
a visit, have relative vwltlng you, that
your 'W.'fo nite;itialncd company, or any'
ihinw 'tlhiit ilm In any way a matter of
news. If you have done an- lng mc.m
ot course keep it to yourrfif, for .liirre
are a'.wuyd others to tall tnar. '
ECONOMY IN FUEL.
The Eureka Fuel Economize la a scl
entlllcu'l preparation w'hldh augmeito the
Intensity of coal and wood 'heut in the
pi-oportkvn of 33 per cent.
If the direction painted on each pack
age U c.trefuUy obserV'd, the Eureka
Cos, Economizer wilt give to any crdlna'
ry or middling ooti! the . calme value as
Uitit of suiwrlor quai'Ity,
Tae Kiuvka Futil Econo.nlzer prevents
the ho,u, the clmleirs and the formation
of smoke, which may spoil, In an apart
ment, so miany vuii'U'iii'.e articles, tueh
au curtmlns, polnitlngs, etc.
The Eureka burns , any kind of gas
which nvlfflrt destroy the bretntWuljle air;
apunments anu raictones in H-'nicii it ts
fvl aro consequently more heal'thy and
comfortable. In lea than Ave minutes,
one cwn obtain a very brisJt Are wOitch
win .laiat thirty hours without being stirr
ed up and without any addition of fresh
coal. Hence un economy of coal, work
The Eureka Economizer produoca a heat
more soft and more oonecntrUted; when
a normal bout Is wanted, the ventlkutlon
min tw part.y stopped and. again, an
economy in fuel la to be reJieid uiwn.
We guarantee thalt our preparation pro
duces no Injurious effect on the heaitih,
and doea not afTH In any way stoves,
ranged, graltes, etc.
Ljwvre consumers can obtain the pro
due, which we do not hesitate In term-
In? "marvelous, " at much more reduced
Bat packre beers, with very explicdt
directions, our trade murk, representing
four hands crossed together above a
lion with this motto: "In union there
In strength." Any counterfeiter shan be
divdt according to law.
We receive ioo frequently applications
for jeimplew, anl H 1m with ntrrot that
we ar compelled to refuse the sending
of hh inw. Heretofore ve have ilb
oruiCy Riven away samples In order to
pnpa'nr'.ze our produA., tout we cannot
aff.wvl to support sucth heavy oxpense any
longer. Th? moderate price of our pro.
di.t Is in Hie reaelx of anybody who
wants to try It. It Is for the same reason
KiAt w oav derided tend H direct on
receipt of 2S cent.
To try is to be convinced tfat our pro
duct is a triumph of 'science.
Jj cents ew-h package, nt fr Of
charge. . ,-" 'r
ADERICAN EUREKA R'ELECONOMIZER CO.
. tiSe BroMlway. New York, V. 5. A.
Mcr tri lKSirno pM-A'tns commKlfd
Suicide In t'Te lilffurvru coantriet of th
S0,( over ISM.
What the Mail Brings to i the Paine's ; Celery
, Compound People.
.Whiajt excuse is thtre for not getting
strong and IwtU? Paine's celsry com
pound, 'i)ht3 world's great rantdy for ner
vous weakness, can be obtajned nt any
druggUt's in any city or In any country
town. One can get a heartier, healthier
lappeOlte, purify the blood' and Increase
Its power of feeding tlh nerve Bind tw.
ue by 'taWng Paine's cetery compound.
lit la tha greatest Invigorator In exMt-
ence. Convince yourself of the tact. Try
TetltkmociilaCj for publication are taken
quite at random by the present proprie
tors of Hlvla great remedy.
The letiters are never 'Moctored.
TWoj ara never ptiaced before the names
of untitled people. Honeat but obscure
men are never giiUli to be "honorables."
Everyday kind of men iwho have been
made wcil by Pailnc'8 ceOry compound
are neevr paradiMl before the puto.lc as
The Great Mr. So-and-So," or "T-e won-
dtrfuCly ftucceui'ful Mr. Tliis-and-That."
icaises of ordinary sickness are never eCob-
orailod Into hideous, Vmpoicilble diabases.
"'Hn it hap'pemis tfJ.lt the mall brings a
HitaiOftMt '.cttor from cue ha man as State
T.eawurer Colvln, of New York, or Mr.
Car.i'e's private eecreitary, or Bdmund
(Ruicmal'J, or 'Mayor McShane, of Montreal,
or Rev. Fr. Ouellet, or onvmodore How
eC'I, or Mr. Gilliam, of Judge, or Ida. Lewis,
or ex-Mbn uter to Austria John M. Pram-
el or any other widely known man or
A ranolier In Pcrris, CaJ., Is gathering
Ms Oi:oniJ orop of peaches of this year's
growtili. They are fAl to be smaller
than those of the flrjt crop, but well
matured and of fine flavor.
Children Cry for
Kivn hundred and twelve thousand one
hundred and ninety-seven oases of sai!-
mon were packed In Brltim Columbia
this Ufa son.
ROYAL Baking Powder
has been awarded highest
honors at every world's fair
The ' IilbMotheeme National, of Paris,
the remHed I'argest library in the world,
now has 1,400,000 bound booka and 900,000
BHILOH'S CURB la sold on a grar
ntee. It cures Incipient consumption,
t Is the best Cough Cure. Only one
ent a dose. 26 cents. 60 cts., and $1.00.
For Sale by J. W. Conn
A pure white crow waa caught on Tox-
a'U Wand, U. C, a few days ago. It
wua taken from a neat in wiilci.l were
sevciwl bfack crows.
Acts'at once, never falls. One Minute
Cough Cure. Aemedy for asthma, and
that feverish condition wnicn aeeom-
Danies a severe cold. The only harm.ess
remedy that produces Immediate results.
An average of three British s?amen
tiose t'l-elr 'lives every day by drowning.
and 300 British stejmers and sailing ves-
s a are lost year.y ait sea.
THE DISCOVERY SAVED HIS LIFE.
Mr. O. Caillouette, druggist, Beavers-
Vt Ue, 111., says: "To Dr. Kn'a New 1X1-
oovery' I owe my kfw. Waa taken with
La Grippe and tried ail tne pnysacians
for miles about, but of no avail and was
given up and told I could not Lve. Hav
lnjr Dr. King's New Discovery in my
tore, I sen for botltle and began Its
use and from the first dose began to get
b:tw. and after utang three bottles was
up and about again. K is wortn s
welpht in goCd. We won't keep store or
house without it." Oet a fre trial at
Clws. Rogrars" drug store.
Chlcaso, Sydney and Buffalo have about
420 gallons water supply ilaliy per in
habitant. New York 70, MarsalKes W,
Pacls 39, London 38, Hamburg 11
When Baby was tick, we gave her Castorla.
When she was a Child, she cried for Csstoria.
When aha became Hiss, she clung lo Ontario,
Wbsa tht had Children, sbe gsre them Caitorta.
EAtlly. Quickly, Ptrnaiently Restore!
Dsbllltr, and an vm mm
-., yyV ,r iiTi "' """""
rllur Imnos'llJe. . ''.'"" '..
spiB:tv'.na! 1 p-ooi ?-! '"' "
t-lTN ox evils nam sar'7 rru'
Vrl ltr xcea1 tb wull
&Y overwork, urkus's, orT?'
r n. aui. Full strength. daveU
,1 enmrti .nltcuiirlrets
- iJjta .nr fkB ana iTUOB
woman wfw expressly wlrfiea others to
be benefitted by his wr her expedience,
'Ulie proprietor) of Paine's celery com'
pound gladly give such unsolicited test!'
menial's to ttie putlie press.
But one person'G health to as valuable
as another s, and in puDnsitmg xne ies'
itlnvonlols of peopla whom this great rem
edy 'Iwia made well and strong, no iairtlcni'
lur envphusui is put upon su?n perwm
rrtie world is made up of what Abraham
Lincoln called "the plain .peop.e." It is
they wliiom Paine's celery compound has
Here is a tetter (verbatim) Just recerrcJa'
from Louisa Pierce, of Meleltte, Soutil
"I uwed Paine's celery compound first
for uCieumotlsm. and found that It helped
mo very much. I have sdnee used it for
nervousness and kidney trouble, and have
received very much benefit from its use,
and consider lit one of the best of meeli-
clnea. 'Mr. A. Cady's people use It and
tlhtnk it'hcy can hardly gelt along- without
It n the hvutsa. I know of several others
teiat Ciave 'used It that I am not (acquaint
ed with, but one other lady, Mrs. OndeCI
used Ot for, norvousnecu and it made her
There 'Is the testimony of thousand
Palme's celery compound makes people
A ll.ve.r watch wHhlc;v was dropped In a
weit in Bflfa:?'t. Me.. 23 years ago. was
recovered a day or two ago. Unlike
'mast watcfjes recovered under tuch clr
cumotances, 'this one wasn't running just
'If nothing tha i tappane-l to it.
TO STEADY THE NERVES.
Io a task to tho accompllsnrnnt of which
niaircotifcs and eedaitives are inadequate,
The effect they produce Is parilytle. They
destroy sensation without benefitting the
nerves. Hostetter's Stomach Bitters, on
the contrary, atrengithena and soothes the
nervous system. Overwork and mental
anxiety 'weaken and relax it, and there
Is no more ret'iable means of bracing it
and renrortng nerve qultftude, than by
reinforcing digestion and promoting s
slrrtf oiHon of the food-two effects always
consequent upon the use of the great
stomachic. Falltng Strength Is recuper-
aited. a retfuiar habit of body restored
and appetite tmrwoved by the bitters,
DVxase must be renwrde-d as aa exceed
Ingly remote posbtty by any one whose
sytitem has been thus reinforced. Macs
rial disease, constipation, dyspasia,
rheumatism, and Wdney troubles are
overcome by and prevented by this stand'
ard medicine, wMcCi 'has no peer among
American tonics, and Is In constantly
Inorviasing demand In Mexico, the West
Indies and South America.
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
Notice Is hereby Riven that seaCed bids
will be received by 'the Committee on
SoreeM and Public Ways, at the office
of tin 'AiuUttor ftivcl Police Judg untM Bat'
iirday, November 2nd. 18!fi, at the hour of
2 x. m.. for the improvement of Elgtewh
rtreet In BUiveiy's Astoria, rro.n tne eoutn
'line of Exchange street to the north line
of Grand avenue.
Sakl Improvement rfvall consist In re'
moving ail planking, timbers, and piles,
on mid street where it ts nccenary so to
do before making the new Improvement
and by driving piles, and laying caps and
stringers fheron so s ' to Improve the
street tn the width of 30 feet on the west
aide thweof. InctUHlve of sidewalk,
tfaroiNtCi the northermost 300 feet thereof.
setting potfts oh mud Mils, and laying
daps and stringers thereon, so as to Im
prlx've lihe street to the fuT. width Inclusive
of tuidewalks, throuifh the 120 feet next
outh of said 300 feet and grading and
fClmr the remaining 140 feet to the en
tabliVtved sirade Wve-reof, nrough the futt
iwKfth thereof, and constmictlng sidewalks
on both sides 10 feet In Mi with a space
of tw6 feet next to curb for planting
trees, placing gutters along tho curbs of
the sidewalks upon said MO feet, and
p'rklng said 240 feet with there-Inch
pank and by planking the fmlanoe of said
street wtth new and sound fir plank four
1nohei in shtcknesA placing raf.s were
AM of saftl Improvements to be upon
the established grade of said street end
a of said rniproreunents to be made
strictly In cordancs with plans end
specifications nVw on Ate In the office of
the Auditor and Pones Judge and or
dinances tn relation thereto.
No bid wf.l be received that docs not
embrace aR tha work bid upon.
Bids must be made upon btanks furnish
ed by She aueQtor and police Judos and
must be aocernifmrted by a guaranty
tigned by some responsible taxpayer to
h effect that if ttie contract be awarded
to such bidder be will enter into contract
thtnrefor, wMi good ami sufficient meurl-
Mew for tafttsful performance.
Work to be completed on or before the
Jlut day of DecerotMr, lSSi, and the con
truot stiall provide that In esse such work
ts not completed on or before sild day
It (Mall be lawful upon giving notice to
urn contractor, or contractor, of Its
tntsntlun of so to do and lo proceed to
tho compCetfon and to complete such
work at tht expanss of n contractor or
contract ora therefor, and In men event
tha dty shall have entlra rtranra of the
work from ths time of glvlna i nrrlee.
The right to reject any and all bids is
By oretor of the eommrltee on streets
aad public ways. '
Attest: K. lSUCR-V.
Auditor and roMa Judgs.
Atortk Or, Ootobvr atta, DBS.
mm. ''in sVf w
Tor Bale by S. W. Conn.
DUANB STREET AS3ESSMENT NO
Notice is hereby cjlven th.U the assess
nwnt made by Ordinance No. 200t, of the
Cttar of Astoria, confirming the Assee
ment on Roll No. 3, for the Improvement
of Duane Street from the West line ot
35th Street to tine east line of 37th street,
tn Axiadr's Astorra, ts now due ana pays'
bla in United States Gold and Sliver
Coin, at the office of the City Treasurer,
and V not paild wtthln five days from the
final nubtteatlon of this notice, to-wu
On or before Friday, November 15th,
1835, the Common Council will order war
rants Issued for the collection of the
Betty 'M. amd Laitn J. Brenham, Lot 7,
BTjock 94. 1160.00.
iM. P. OaKirtder, Lot 1, Block 20, 1198.73.
Gust HoCmes. Lot 8. BlOt 15. 1198.73.
Robert Johnson, Lot 4, Block 19, 1198.73.
Mary Adair Jordan, Lot 6, Block 94,
Eton Adair Mendell, Lot 8 .Black 94,
Mary C. Nelson, Lot 3, Blo.-k 20, 1198.73,
Fredlre4ta Peterson, Lot 5, Block 15,
School District No. 1, Lot 1, Block IS,
Sdhool District No. 1, Lot 2, Block IB,
Sdhoo". DLHrlct No. 1, Lot 3, Block 19,
Mrs. Let tic E. Starr, Lot 2, Block 20,
Kate Adair Welch-, Lot 5, Block 94,
Morriu Wise, Lot 1, Block 20, 1198.73.
Christina Voting, Lot 7, Block 15, 1193.73.
Christina Young, Lot 8, Block 15, 11 98.7 J.
By order of the Common Council.
Attest: K. OSBURN,
Auditor and Police Judge,
City of Astoria,
Astoria, Oregon, October 23d, 1895.
Notice is hereby given that the atsess
nwnt made by Ordinance No. 2005, of the
City of Astoria, confirming the Assess.
ment on Roll No. 6, for the Improvement
of 42d street (from the outih line of
Alleyway through Blocks 5 and 8, to
center fine of I fond street In Adair's
Aistoria, ds now due and payable in Unit'
ed States Gold amd Stiver coin, at the
office of the City Treasurer and Jf not
paM within 5 days from the IlnaC pubtl
cation of rMs notice, lo-wft: on or be
fore Friday, November lit'h, 1895, the
Common CouincIC will order warrants IS'
eued for ithie collection of the suine:
Anglo-American Packing Co., Lot
Itock 5, 170.07.
A'nglo-Ainierlcan Packing Co., Lot
Btock 5, 1160.00.
Frieda, Foard, south half of tot 2, Block
Frank Paititon (trustee) north half of
Lot 2, BOock 0, 135.03.
Frank Pa'tton (trusitee) Lot 1, Block 6,
By order of the Common Council
Attest: K. OSBURN,
Auelftor and Police Judge
Ofty of Astoria,
Astoria, Oregon, October 23d, 1895.
PROPOSALS FOR LUMUER.
Notice Is hereby Kiven that sealed pro
poaafs will be received by the committee
on sterats and pubuic ways of the city
of Astoria, untie Wednelay, November
Oili, 1895, at 2 o'clock p. m., for supplying
the City of Aatorta with 100,000 feet (board
meaaure) of strecet plank, strtngsrs, tlm-
bera, sidewalk number, etc.
Proposals ahar.C be endorsed, bids for
Cuimlber and flted with the Auditor and
PWloe Judge on or befora the above tlsJtet
stating the price per thousand at mills
or on dock, and aaso price per thousand
detlvered on streets, as required by the
eupftrmtendent of streets.
AS number moist be good, sound fir.
free 'from sap, shnkes, loose or rotten
Att Jumber to be furnished In quanti
ties and at times as ordered by the etrwen
BllJs will be paitd monthly (by warrants
on the City Treasurer) for all inimber de
livered tine previous month;
The right to reject any ,nd aff. bids
ne reify reoerveu.
' No contract will be ontered into unless
approved by the Common Council.
Bv order of the Committee on Streets
and PuOxlc wuys.
Attest: K. OSBURN,
Auditor and Police Judge,
Astoria, Oregon, October 23d, 1895.
IRVING AV UNITE IMPROVEMENT
Notice is hereby given that the Common
Cotwctu of the City of Astorl i,- Oeeaon
have determUneei to Improve Irving Ave
nue from tho east line of 18th strest to
the vast tine of 24th street, aul in the
city of AsDociU as kud out and recorded
by J. M. Shiively, by removing all brush,
and wood, by gmaidtng and fliVInc
to Its full wldtlh and etrtatolufeed grade.
planking to the .wtMth of 20: feet theough
the center iwHtibj good fir Jitang i inches
In thickness, bULuiiig sldfiwalks on both
sides tlhiereof ten feet In width with
space of 2 ifeet next the curb for planting
A1, the kmlprovements to be made strict
ly In accordance with plans and spec Idea
lions and ordinances In relation thereto.
The lands and premises upon which the
speolal assessment ah&lC be levied to de
fray the cost and expense of such tm
provament and district embracing said
'.'amia anvt premiiavs, be and the same are
denghated as follows, towlt:
Comnvenoing ait the northwest corner of
Lot 7, in Rlcck 24, and running thence
Easterly hrouglh tilieenier line of said
(block and other bOocks In the same tier to
the northeast corner of Lot 4, in Block
29, and thence south on the west Hn of
24t4 reet to the northeast corner of
Lot 8, Block 46, thence waesterty through
the center t? said BUoek 4'i, and other
blocks, ni the saime tier to the southwest
corner of Lot 6, Btock 61, chence northerly
on the west tins of Blocks 51 and 24 to
the place of beginning.
Estimates of ttie expense of such lav
provemertt and plans and diagrams of
such work or knporvonent, and of the
tovMlty to be Improved; have been de
posited by the ctty surveyor Mi the
Auditor and Fojko Judge for public ex
ami nation and may be inspected at the
olHct of such officer.
At the next regular meeting of the Com
mon Council following th flnol publica
tion of this notlc. towK: On Wedm
day, November (rh. 1S95, at the hour of
7:30 p. m. at the City Holt the Common
Council wa consider any objections to
such hnprovements being made, and If
romonatnnca aUnst such Improvement
signed by residents of tn ctty of As
torta owning more than one-half o ths
prnperty m snid dHtrict shsT. bs Mod
Ate Auditor and Police JUttge, sucto
improvement SlaUl not be ordered. If at
aX. sxcept by a vote of two-trends of
members of the Convnon CoancH.
By order of the Common CounrC.
Afttest: K. OSBURN,
Auditor and PoCVs Judg,
Awtorlfc Oregon. October lifh, 1W. I
Heal Estate (Deo,
. i Generally. -
SS-Call Into tbs Astorian offica
and get sample copies of our rgu
lar Commercial edition.
It Means Money
in Your Pocket.
FREEMAN & HOLMES.
Special attention paid to steamboat re
pairing, first-class horseshoeing, etc. '
LOGGING CAJHP CQ0RK A SPECIALTY
187 Olney street, between Third and
and Fourth, Astoria, Or.
As Franklin says, good dress opens
alt doors, you should not lose sight of
the fact that a perfect fitting suit is
the main feature. Wanamaker &
Brown are noted for fit, workmanship
and superiority of qualities. Their rep
resentative visits Astoria every three
months. Office 64 Dekum Building,
Portland, Or Reserve orders till you
have seen the spring line of samples
They Lack Life.
There are twines sold to fishermen
on the Columbia river that stand In
the same relationship to Marshall's
Twine as a wooden Image does to the
human being- they lack strength life
evenness and lasting qualities. Don't
fool yourself Into the belief that other
twines besides Marshall's will do "Just
as well." They won't. They cannot
Is there a man with heart so cold,
That from his family would withhold
The comforts which they all could find
In articles of FURNITURE of th
And we would suggest at this season,
nice Sideboard, Extension Table, or se
of Dining Chairs. We have the larges
and finest line ever shown In the city
and at prices that cannot fail to pleas
the closest buyers,
HEILBORN Si SON.
Oeneral ruchlnlst snd Bailer Works.
All kinds of Cannery, Ship, Steamboat
and Engine Work of any Description.
Castings of all kinds made to order.
Foot of Lafavette St, Astoria. Or.
ASTORIA IRON WORKS
Coocosly St.. foot of Jackson. Astoria.
General Machinists and Boiler Makers
Lull tod Marine Engines. Boiler work. Slum
bait end Csnntry Work t Specialty.
Castings of All Descriptions Ml to Order oi
John Fox. President and Superintenden
A. L. Fox Vice President
0. B. Prael Secretar
Are You Going East?
If so, drop a line to A. C. Sheldon,
general agent of the "Burlington
Rou" 260 Washington St., Portland.
He will mail yon free of charge, maps,
time tables, and advise you aa to the
through rates to any . point reserve
sleeping car accommodations for you,
and furnish you with through tickets
via either the Northern, Union, South
ern. Canadian Pacific, and Great North
ern railroads at the very lowest rates
The Burlington Route is generally
onceded to be the finest equipped rail
road tn the world for all classes of
Mest -f- toCoitatal
FROM OifTO OCEAN
Palace Dining Room and Sleeping Cars.
Luxurious Dining Cars.
Elegant Day Coaches. '
Observation Cars, allowing Unbroken
Views of the Wonderful Mount
$5.00 and $10.00
Saved on all tickets EaiI. Tnnrlst mm tha
best on wh-els, l-qulpmeuts of the Very finest
ROYAL Ml STEAMSHIP USE
China and Japan.
China steamers leave Vancouver, B. C:
Eaiprtss of India
Eapres of Japan
Eaipma of China
Eat ms of India
press erf Jatan
Eapresi of Ctena
J ; Aur.- 5th.
- . Aur a6th.
- . . Srapt. tttft.
- . Oct. S4ia.
- , Nov. n. .
- the., a It.
Australian staasser laavs Vaseaaver, "B.
iota as every ssaats.
For ticket rates and information call
on er address - -
JAS. FINLAlSON, Aeent, .
W. F. Carson, Traveiing Pass. Agt,
Geo. McL. Brown, Dlst Pass. Agt.,
- , . - Vancouver, B. C '.
n.-n.A ihv.loln. BoKcOfl.
PHYCLAN and surgeon.
Office over Altosrt Dunbar's store, dot.
tth and Co nmerclsl. Prlcss: Calls, S
confinements. $10.00. Operations at moe
free; medicines furnished. .
W. C. LOGAN. D. D. 8.,
DENTAL PARLORS , :,
Mansell Block. 671 Third street t
DR. EILIV JANSON.
PHYSICIAN AND SUlttiEOK
Office over Olsen's drug store. Hours, ID
to 12 a. m.; 2 to S and 1 to 8 p. in. Sun
days, 10 to 11.
LIBERTY P. MU1X1NIX. M. D..
PHYSICIAN AND ttUKUKOfS
Office. 6St Third L,' Astoria. Or.
Special attonUoa given, to all cbronl
DR. O. a ESTE8,
PHYS1CI aN AND SURGEON.
Special attention to diseases of worn
en and surgery.
Office over Danslgefs store. Astoria.
Telephone 'o 62
JAY TUTTLK. IL D.
PHYSICIAN, SURGEON, AND
Office, Rooms and , Pythian
Building. Hours, 10 to 12 and 2 to
i. Resldenue, 819, Cedar street
DOCTOR ALFRED KINNEY.
OFFICE AT HIS RESUJENCB.
May be found In his office until II
o'clock mornings, from IS noon until t
p. m., and from S until TO evenings.
PI. T. CROSBY,
468 Commercial Street J '
W. M. LaForce. 8. B. Smith.
LaFORCE 4 SMITH,
106 Commercial street
I. Q. A. BOWLBY,
ATTORNEY AND COUNSEU)R
Office on Second Street. Astoria. Or.
J. N. Dolph. " Richard' Nixon
Chester V. Dolph.
DOLPH. NIXON & DOLPH,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
Portland, Oregon, 24, 25, 26, and 27,
Hamilton Building. All legal and col
lection business promptly attended to.
Claims against the government a spe
cialty. SOCIETY MEETINGS.
TEMPLE LODGE NO. 7, A. F. and
A. M. Regular communications held
on the first and third Tuesday evening
of each month.
W. G. HOWELL, W. M.
E. C. HOLDEN. Swstary.
REAL ESTATE, NOTARY PUBLIC.
W. C. CA89BLL,
178 Tenth street.
WHEN IN POKT1.AND Cal. ou
Handley & Haas, 160 First street and
get the Dally Astorian. Vial torn need
not miss their morning papei wnii
WINES AND BKANDlKa-Li.. .in
fandel wine Instead of coffee oi t-
Fifty cents per gallon. Don't forget
peach and apricot brandy. Also French
Cognac and wine at Alex Gilbert's
"Do unto others as you would have
others do unto you," is sympathetically
shown in the following lines, the pre
sumption being that symputny is bvni,
or akin to pain or sorrow:
"Gentlemen: Please send Kraune's
Headache Capsules as follows: Two
boxes to Flora Seay, Havanna. N. Dak.
Two boxes to Llllie Wilcox, Brookland,
N. Dak. 1 nave always been a great
sufferer from headache and your Cap
sules are the only thing that relieves
me." Yours very truly,
Havana, N. Dak.
For sale by Chas. ctogers, Astoria.
Or, Sole Agent
A. V. ALLEN,
Groceries, Flour, Feed, Provisions, Fruits
Vegetables, Crockery, Glass and
Plated Ware. Loggers' Supplies.
Cor. Cms aud Squemoque Streets. Astoria, Ora
DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP.
Notice Is hereoy given that the partner
ship heretofore existing between the un
dersigned, under the firm name and style
Oregon Transportation Company, is this
day dissolved by mutual consent. All
oirt standing hllla np DMnnni. k.in.
able to Capt. Paul Sohrader, and he as
suming; xne payment ot ail debts due by
Astoria, Or., May 13. 1895.
PETER H. CRIM.
PAUL SOHRADER. .
Telephone & Bailey Gatzert.
Columbia River and Puget Sound Nav
Two Dally Boats to Portlaaid
''Telephone" leaves Astoria at 7 Vm.
Leaves Portland daily at 7 a. m., ex
cept Snndav. , .,'
.t.'w1!? 6aJMrtr!, .,eave8 Astoria Tuaa.
day, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and
Saturday inorn.ng at 6 :45 a. m. ; Sunday
eTning at 7 p. rn. , ... y" 7
Leaves Portlnd daily atoD.m-eT.
cept Sunday. On 8atorday nightat II
C W. STOJIE,
A sent, Astoria.
V. a Scott. PrsIdt!ephM N
a A. Beeley. Qen'l Agt, Portland.
S. H. WILLETT, i
Oa and Steam FUtlnr,
Mot Atr, Steam and
17t Twelfth strsst,. Astoria. Or
Bohemian Ldger O
- , ,v
J. u "!
Lmm ftM ith
mTmrntymom Baioosi or LsulfS
the Ocssnopontaa sUIoob. a 9rr1
ka Proaasptly atrsaded ta.
Horth Paeifle Braaerv