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TUB DAILY ASTOIUAIV, ASTORIA. S A TOMMY MOKNINO. MAY !), 1800.
JOHN T. LIGHTER, Editor.
Telephone No. iS.
ffcttMs I SCoSCttlPTION
per year 16.00
Sent by mall,
ant by mail pr month
Served by carrier, pr week
ant by mail per year, ft In advance
Postage fre to subscribers.
All communications intended for putill
station ahould bt directed to tha editor
Business communications of all kind
aftd remittance must b addressed to
tbt Astorian. I
Tha Astorian guarantee to tta aub I
crtbcra tl. largest circulation of any
wspaper published on the Columbia
Advertising rtc can be bad on appli
cation to the business manager.
The Weekly Astorian, tha second oldest
weekly In the atata of Oregon, has. neit
to tha Portland Oregonlan. the largest
weekly circulation in the state.
Jno. F. Handley A Co. are our Port
land agents, and copies of the Astorian
u " " V'r ""'"- ai .n.-,r ..an;
m Third street
We are unalterably opposed to any
Kbeme that wlU give to this country a
epreciaiea or aeoasca currency. vt e la -
tot the use of silver aa currency, but to
the extent only and under such rev-trio-
ttons that Its parity with gold can be
maintained. Wisconsin Republican con-
A MORE HOPF.FIL OUTLOOK
Reports of the commercial agencies re-
fleet no Important change In trading or
Industrial circles, but there see.-ns to be
a more cheerful feeling lr. all parts of
the country, caused In part by Improved
crop prospects, and more largely per
haps by a growing conviction ".hat the
standard of the currency will not be en
dangered in the approaching presidential
In some manufactures ther-j is a con
tinuance of the congestion caused by the
eooei-vatlsm of b-tjers during the Vene
guela "scare," but stocks on dealers'
shelves are small, and the lo' prices
have stimulated exports to such an x
tent as promises speedy relief. The gen- j
aral outlook Is hopeful, and reports from j
swine pernors of tile west are particu
larly encouraging. It is noted that while
farmers received low prices for their
grain, yet the yield was lurge, ar.d South
ern planters good very good prices for
The hardships which the country has
endured of late years have not been an
wnmixed evil Reckless traders have
been eliminated from the ranks of busl
aeaa ssen and all hare been taught con-
atlve methods. The "water" has
squeesed out of the capitalization
t many corporations and they have
been reconstructed on more compact
basis. Building of needless railways has
lone been checked until growth of popu
button has Justified the present existence
f lines that were unnecessary when
constructed. Moreover, many of the
most dangerous speculative officials have
been forced Into retirement.
Even the "scare" over the Veneiuela
dispute has done some good In teach
kg a host of Yankee Chauvinists that
the United States, after all. Is not lo
cated in the moon and that our relations
with other countries are a matter of some
Importance to the American people.
Railway earnings are now slowly lm
proving and their tendency affords
fair criterion of the state of the country.
The rapid reorganization of bankrupt
systems Is giving Increased stability to
traffic rates, and at the same time re
leasing large sums which have long been
locked up In unmarketable securities.
Four years of almost uninterrupted con
traction bare brought all Interests down
to a pretty safe basis of operations, and
in the natural course of events should
be followed by a period of expansion.
There Is a plethora of unemployed funds
at an the great financial centers, and
absolutely safe stocks and bonds are be
ing; steadily absorbed at prices so high
aa to yield but a beggarly return, while
all questionable securities are neglected.
If the United States could only assure
the world tht It will certainly pursue
the paths of peace and pay all debts In
bonest money a very large proportion of
the funds now lying Idle In Europe would
at once seek Investment here, and s
period of perhaps unprecedented com
merctal and Industrial expansion would
There never was a time In our political
history when there was a greater de
mand for the business man in politics
than there is today. All the Issues of
the hour are business Issues and they
come home to every man's pocket and
self-interest. In times past political
questions were generally constitutional,
demanding more or less of legal knowl
edge for their construction. Sometimes
they were moral questions, appealing to
the universal heart, and sometimes ques
tions of diplomacy and war. But today
they are distinctly business questions
that require or their advocacy and best
solution not legal knowledge nor moral
sentiment, except collaterally, but good
hard business sense. The flnst and prin
cipal question Is, what kind of money
ought we to have as business men? and
the second Is, by what legislation can we
best protect the national business Inter
ests? Upon these Issues there ought to
be an unpartlsan expression by the busi
ness men and commercial organizations
of the whole country. It cannot be too
strongly Impressed upon business men
everywhere that this Is their year above
sJl others, and in proportion as they fail
is their political and patriotic duty In
attending primaries, conventions and
elections. In a still greater proportion
will they suffer from bad government
and Inefficient laws. Chicago Timea
HeraJd. A representative of the merchant tailors
of New York recently visited England.
Investigating the subject of wages and
cost of living, Mr. Robert Bllsaert found
kat girls earned from lfl to 18 shillings
a week; men from one pound to thirty
shillings; foremen were paid more. He
found all the commodities of life from
lo to 20 per cent tanf than what they
were In New York. Ho stated there that
the people of America could llvr much
che:ivr than In England, and was told
this could not be, because men rot
board, lodging and washing for shil
ling to W shillings. i2 to U,M week.
He wont to see these places, travelling
over atxiut jo streets leading out West
gate. They were small housed of three
to five rooms; a great many were In al
leyways or (courtyards, to to four
rooms. They seemed wretchedly dirty
and the sanitary condition was awfully
neglected; all sorts of refuse thrown
about, no closet attached to any of the
houses, with but one In a yard to sup
ply the wants of from one to ten or
fifteen families. The food, on his In
quiring, consisted: Itrrakfast, tea ami
bread and butter, or bread and herring;
dinner, pork. Inferior beef or mutton,
which cost one shilling a pound for
beef and ten pence to a shilling for mut
ton, with pork at the same price. Tor
tea, or bogging, as they call It. served
at 4 o'clock, they have tea, ami brood and
butter. They have supper at 7 to
o'clock, consisting of tea, bread and but
ter ami sometimes a herring. This Is
the sum total of the food for the day.
Senator Woleoit, one of the ablest and
I most respected of the grjup of senators
, from the silver states, has m.ido up his
mjn( thjU Nnff
is not going to
win this year, and he adUs.'s Colorado
Republicans to stick to their party. He
0M himself, to secure the free coin
j afri. of t.r, "l0unt ,Mrty uM noth,
, (rig," iul he finds that "both of the
j (rreat parties are apparently opposed to
j fee.- coinage by the Vnlted States, and
j though the Populist party favors It.
j t is only a steeping stone to unlimited
I paper money, and "It unites with its
i free coinage advocacy socialistic and pa-
I ternallstlc doctrines which are dangerous
In tendency, and which would bo. If
' adapted, d.structlve of fn-e Institutions."
j Only one thirm. Senator Woleott says.
would be more disastrous than gold
; monometallism, and that would be the
triumph of Populism. Colorado has suf
fered enough from that cause, and he
believes It "the duty of every good cltl
len to stand up and fight In the ocn
atminst a repetition of that ruinous ex
periment." If Senator Woleott had gone
Just a little further and acknowledged
thi'.t the free coinage erase Is a logi
cal manifestation of Populism and be
longs to that party, and that alon-. li is
letter would have been still more ef-
iccuve. ism even ns it is It Is a very
Important and significant d claratljn
and It should strengthen the fii nds of
sound money at St Louis.
QUOTATION MARKS IX PRATERS.
Episcopal Collects Used as Extempore
Prayers by Ministers of Other
New York Herald.
As some of the preachers and teachers
In this good city have lately been In
dulging In considerable criticism of
others "In high places," It may not be
deemed presuming In one of the laity to
"take up the parable" and declare
little personal knowledge of some of these
Having beard a number of prominent
Presbyterian and Reformed preachers
(officiating at funerals and elsewhere),
found that In nearly every Instance their
prayers were almost entirely composed
of Collects from the Episcopal church
liturgy, either In part or entire, being
quite dexterlously put together with
few unpremeditated words of their own
After the service the uninitiated speak
to one another in this wise: "What
beautiful prayer!" "How eloquent
"What a gifted man." etc., etc.
Now, It occurred to me that these good
preachers, knowing that they were off'
ing to the Lord the same words used
by saints and martyrs throueh all the
ages, felt that He would need no quota
tlon marks: but what can be said for a
trustful congregation, who. In the sim
plicity of their hearts. Imagine they are
listening to and being benefletd by an
I would respectfulyl ask whether this
Is or Is not plagiarism? "Let htm that
is without fault among you first cast
the stone." IMPARTIAL JUSTICE.
Newark, N. J.. April IT.
A FOU-MAKINC! MACHINE.
A fog-making and frost-kllllng machine
has been Invented and used with success
In the orchards about San Jose, Cal.
Frost Is the orchardlst's most dreaded
enemy, and heretofore when one has
been expected all available help has been
kept busy maintaining brush fires about
the orchards and vineyards. The ma
chine is a furnace on a sled. Around
the sides and on the top of the furnace
Is a wire netting. Into which are packed
straw and other material that will hold
moisture. The sled also carries a water
tank, and the packing about the furnace
Is kept wet. The Are Is fed with brush
and the smoke distributed from a number
of chimneys. With the smoke and steam
a fog Is produced which envelopes the
orchard, keeping up the temperature and
warding off frost.
HOW TO DO IT.
If you really wish to get rid of your
dog," said the man of the world: "If you
want it to pass out of your life entire
"I do," Interrupted the unsophisticated
young man, "but no one will take him.
That's because you don't go at It
right," returned the man of the world
I've actually offered to give the dog
That's where you hade your mistake
No one wants a gift dog. He Is sus
picious of him from the start. If you
want to get rid of your dog advertise
him for sale at a bargain, btu don't offer
to give him to any one. A man's best
frierd will generally fight shy of a dog
that he offers for nothing."
Thinness 2s often a sien of poor
health. Loss of weiVht renerally
shows something- wrong;.
If due to a cough, cola,
any lung trouble, or if
there is aa inherited ten
dency to weak lunjys,
take care! SCOTPS
EMULSION of Cod
liver Oil, with Hy pophos
phites, is a fat-food and
more. It causes such
chang-es in the system
that the gain is perman
even after you cease its use.
50c and fiaioat alt druggists.
Its a winner ever-ytime
Battle Ax Plug in the lead
The largest piece of
ever sold for locents
t,eorge Augustus S.ita died at a ru
i nunt when his financial position w n at
Its lowest ebh. Shortly before his death
Lord Rosehcry granted htm a civil list
ivnslon of il'v a year, w hich, of eo irs-,
died with him. Mrs. Sala has thus been
left In a verp precarious and dhirrs-dus
financial condition, and an effort Is to
be amde to make some pro IsOon for her
and to erect some kind of memorial lo
the distinguished Journalist.
TWO LIVES SAVED.
Mrs. Phoch Thomas, of Junction City,
111 . was told by her do -tors she had
Consumption and that there was no nope
for her. but two bottles Dr. Kind's New
Discovery completely cured her. and she
says It saved her life. Mr. Thomas Eg
Iters, 1J9 Florida street, San Francisco,
suffered from a dreadful cold, approach
ing Consumption, tried without lesult
everything else, then bought one bottle
of Dr. King's New Discovery and In two
weeks was cured. He Is naturally
thankful It Is such results, of which
these rae samples, that prove the won
derful efficacy of this medicine In Coughs
and Colds. Free trial -ottle at Chas.
Itoeers Drug Store. Regular size 50
cents and (1.00.
Wilson Rarretfs play, "The Sign of
the Cross." has won a peculiar mark of
favox In England. The Itlshop of Nor
wich actually granted a special "dispen
sation" to such as wlshej to see the
drama during Its visit lo his own cathe
dral city, and that ecclesiastlclsm might
not be found wanting In doing -ill jws
slble public honor to Its n-w ally, the
dramatic company was bidden to an
Episcopal garden party.
BUCKLEN S ARNICA 8ALVE.
The best salve In the worli for Cuts,
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum,
Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hnnds,
Chilblains. Corns, and All Skin Erup
tions,, and positive euro for Piles, or no
pay required. It Is guaranteed to give
perfect satisfaction, or money refunded.
Price, 25 cents per box. For sale by
Chas. Rogers, Odd Fellows' building.
It makes Editor Dana laugh to hear
a clergyman telling his congregation that
Horace Greely allowed no Sunday work
on the New York Tribune. Mr. Dana
says Mr. Greeley always worked In the
Tribune office on Sundays, and his as
sistants worked, too, and very lively
work It was. As Mr. Dana, was on Mr.
Greeley's staff he ought to know where
of he speaks.
ROYAL Baking Powder
has been awarded highest
honors at every world's fair
Mrs. Julia Warde Howe will tie among
the speakers at the Medlleld Woman's
club's celebration of Hannah Adams' life
and works In May. Hannah Adams
founded a woman's literary society in
Medfleld before the revolutionary war,
and the exercises will be held In the
church which she attended In the quaint
When Baby was sick, we gave her Castoria,
When she was a Child, she cried for Castoria.
When she became Miss, she clung to Castoria,
When she 1. ',-hildrerj, she gs. .t them Castoria,
Vy don't you voller your vadder In
dor glothlng peezlness, Ikey?" said Mr.
Hoperateln. Vy go on def noosepa-
per? IJegause, vadder, on der noose-
paper, as a reborter, I gets a assignment
effery day." Harper's Bazar.
Children Cry for
Teacher Why did Joshua cause the sun
to stand still? Tommy I guess it didn't
agree with his watch. Indianapolis
Or. Price's Cream Baking; Powder
(Contains no Ammonia or Alum.
A woman Is beginning to get old when
she can put on a bonnet without going
to the. looking glass: a man Is getting
old when he thinks all the young women
are de ad In love with him. lioston Tran
script We might tell you more about One
Minute Cough Cure, but you probably
know that It cures a cough. Every on'
docs who has used It. It Is a perfect
remedy for coughs, colds, hoarseness. It
an especial favorlt? for children, be
ing pleasant to take and quick In curing.
Tommy iwhcsc father is a clo'hhrv -Mamma,
did ;,ul iral,.- the w.irld?
"Yes. dear" "And everything ih. -re Is
tn It'" "Yes. darling" "And did lie
make me?" "Ye". Tommy: but do stop
a.-kln-r so many qa,-j,tl
do It .'" "nil. iKirhlni;
w oii.lcrini? whctti'T I
or made lo ord-r. " 1."
ns Why ilo you
I was onlv ut
was ready niaib-
A nhKSHT POPM.K EAOI.R
Is a plciaant obje-t to eontenud-ile, par
ticularly it one hai-:ons to t-e 1st pro
prietor. Put the hue of that Justly
esteemed coin Is not provocate of ad
miration wher. s!Me in one's complex
ion. This indication of biliousness, as
well as discomfort In the vicinity of the
liver, fur upon the tongue, lck head
ache, sourness of the breath, nausea,
constipation and dyspepsia are speedily
remediable with tho-never falling aid of
Hostettr"s Stomach I:lttrs, the finest
alterative, carminative and corrective In
existence. As a preventive and remedy
for malarial complaints It Is rlso thor
nuithly reliable. They whose sedentary
pursuits tend to Impair the active dis
charge of active digestion and bilious
secretion never seeks Its help In vain.
It Is a capital appetizer and promoter
of nerve quietude.
"Papa." said Willie, "why do they have
a ehaplnin In the senate?" "He Is there,
my son. to pray that the senators may
Iw blessed, and may do their work de
cently and In order." "Humph!" said
Willie. "Seems to me they ought to
get rid of the one they have now and
get one who has mure Influence." Har
and good food In plenty, tends to make
children healthy. If children suffer,
however, from Scrofulous, Skin or 8caln
Diseases If their blood Is Impure nnd
pimples or bolls appear, they ahould be
given the rUht medicine. Dr. Pierce's
Golden Medical Discovery brings nliout
the best bDdlly condition. It Durlllci
the blood and renders the llvei active
as wjll aa builds up health and strength.
r-uny, pale, weak children get a astlna-
bencfit and "a good start" from the use
of the "Discovery." It puts on whole
some flesh, and dues not nauseate and
offend the stomach like the various
preparations of cod liver oil. Once used.
It is always In favor.
Dr. Pierce's Pellets curs conatlnatlon.
headaches. Indigestion, dyspepsia. One
doae. Sold by ail dealers.
Romantic Miss Have there not la-en
moments In your experience when life
seemed full of unsatisfied wants? Mr.
Hardhead 1 -e-s, that's so. "At such
times I always fly to music for relief.
What do you ilo, Mr. Hardhead?"
advertise." London Spare Moments.
OLD PEOPLE. '
Old people who require medicine to reg
ulate the bowels and kidneys will And
the truo remedy In Electric Hitters. This
medicine does not stimulate nnd con
tains no whisky or other Intoxicant, but
acts as a tonic and alternative. It nets
mildly on the stomach and bowels, add
ing strength nnd giving tone to Ihn or
guns, thereby aiding nature In the per
formance of the functions. Electric
Hitters Is nn excellent nppctlcr nnd aids
digestion. Old people find It Just exactly
what they need. Price M cents per bot-
ne at i.iias. Kogers Drug Stoi.
To tell his love he vainly tried;
The hour was growing late.
"I can't express myself!" be cried,
And now he curses fate
Because, the cruel girl replied:
"Then why not go by f n ight?"
Hums are absolutely painless whn De.
Witt's Witch Hazel Salve Is promptly
applied. This statement Is true. A per
fect remedy for skin diseases, chapped
hands and lips, and never falls to curs
piles. Chas. Rogers.
"I know why Adam named pigs, pigs,"
said Tommy. "When he saw them eat
he couldn't help calling them so, 'cause
they're so piggish !"-Youth's Companion.
General and Nervous Debility.
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Couiiliifjfi. fiend for U -irrljjf lv H-nik, ux
pluiiiiUoa and proof, tiiuilcX (atouluii inns.
ERIE MEDICAL CO., Buffalo, N. V.
jo its Job
NOTU'K OP AMKHMMKNT Or" I'ltAtN
IN Al'AlltS ASTOIUA.
Notice Is heirhy alvrn that Itn- ae-
neiit made, by Ordlituiici) No, :ij, of
city of Astoria, cotiilimlng tie' ae
inent on Itoll No. 1, ter the ioni.tr notion
of a drain In the elty of Astoria, ns laid
out and recorded by John Adolr, com
ineiieliig at a point In block CJi and hav
ing Its outlet In Tlili'ly-lliltd street, be
tween blocks It and I', In Adair a As
toria, and snow n una deMKtiatcd as
Pralnagv I'lsltl.t No 1. will lo
and I'u.Mil'le on the l.-th ill) of May. I Mai,
In 1' 8. Hold or alUer coin, it lbs oltl.e
f Iho elty ireaaurer, and It not so
within or befue said lime, the lomtuon
council will order wan.inls l.urd tor
ttio collection of the same Tln aaacaa-
tuenl la as follows;
Laura P. A lair, lot S, block 10,
aura P. Adair, lot , block K
M iry I.. A.lalr bn U, block uV
Mary I.. A.lalr. lot II. hlo k iji.
Mary I.. Adair, loi li, bio. k as.
Mary I. A.lalr. lot block
Adair's Astoria .
Mary I.. Adair, lot K, block .
Adair s Astoria
Mary I Adair. W half lot
block i; Adair's Astoria .
Male 1. Adair, lot
;v. block il
M.uy l Adair, lot :i.
Mary l Adair,
lot 30. bl.H k W.
Mary U Adair
lot 31, block ,
Mary I. Adair.
lot X. block .
Marv I.. Adair, lof 11. block -t.
Adair's Astoria .
Mary I.. A.lalr, lot 31. block SS.
lo-tty A.lalr llrciihani,
.i-.-l-.th lot block !
Astoria. . .
Ivttv A.lalr lireiiiiim.
.l,,!,tt. l.-t 7. hl.x-k
lir.nliani, un.l one
f., bio. k I. A.L.Ir'a
Hetty Adair Hr nham. nnd one
ciiihtli lot il. block I. A.lalr a
lo tty A.lalr l'r. nham, mi l one.
liihlh beKlli at N K coin, r lot .1
bl.sk o, thence H fe, t. W 7J
fe.-t, s y, rect, K Ti eet, lot X
bl.M-k l. A.lalr a Ast ru
Elli n Adair .Mi-mlell, on, I ono
. I:.-htli lot i blix k K, Adair's
Klleti Adair Mendiil, un-l one-
lK-hth lot T. block If.. Adair's
Elicit Adair Melldell.
elk-lull lot 5. block
Ellen A.lalr M.-nJell.
eighth, lot , block
Ellen Adair M.-n-b-ll.
eighth la-gln at NK corner lot S.
block . thence H m feet. W 75
feet. N M feet, E "I feet, lot J,
block 40. Adair's Astoria ...
Kale Adair Welcher, und one.
eighth lot !. block It. Adair's
Welcher, und one
'. block (it, Adalr'a
Kate Adair Welcher.
eighth lot I, l.l-K-k
Ktlt.i Adair Welcher.
i:i.ln, loi . block
eighth begin at NK corner lot .1.
block 40. thence 8 Ml feet. W 71
feet. N feet. K 75 feet, lot I.
block 40. Ailalr's Astoria
Mary Adair Jordan, und on-
eighth lot !. block IS. Adair'a
Jordan, und ono
block 16, Adair's
eighth lot 7,
Jordan, und one
block I, Bhlv.ly's
eighth lot I,
eighth lot ,
Mary Adair Jordan, und one
eighth begin at NK corner lot 1.
block 40, .thence 8 M feet, W i
feet. N W feet, E 75 feet, lot t,
block 40. Adair's Aatorla
Mary R. Adair, und one
eighth lot 2. block 1, Adair's
Adnlr, und one-
7. block 1. Adair's
Adair, urd one.
6. block 1, Hhlvely's
Adnlr, und one-
. block 1. Hhlvely's
Mary It. Adair, nnd one.
eighth begin at NK corner lot 3,
block 40, thence H M feet, W 75
feet. N M feet, E 75 feet, lot I,
block 40. Adair's Astorta
Laura Adair Marker, und three-
2, Uock 11. Adair's
Laura Adair Parker, und three
(lihths begin at NK corner lot I,
block 40; thence H tA feet, W 75
rect, N CO feet, E 7S feet,
block 40, Adair's Astoria..
A. Hooth Packing Co., lot 6,
1W, Hhlvely's Astoria
A. pooth Packing Co., lot 2,
M, 8hlely's Astoria
Victor Anderson, lot S, block
Tina Amundsen, lot 4, block 41,
Tina Amundsen, lot 5, block 41,
Adair's Astoria '
Astoria Havings Dnnk, trustee, lot
2-1, block m, Ad'ilr's Astoria g 15
Ihiuic Hergman, lot 12, block 149,
Hhlvely's Astoria jo 00
Rudolph Ilnrlh, lot 4, block 111,
Adnlr s Astoria
Illrnm Hrown, lot 1, block 17,
Illram Hrown, K hnlf Int 3, block
17, Adnlr'a Astoria
Illrnm Hrown, lot 4, block 17,
Adnlr's Astoria 41) 15
Itlnim Hrown, lot 3, block (11,
Adair's Astoria r2 411
Illrnm Hrown, lot 4, block HI,
Adair's Astoria 52 41
Illnim Hrown. lot 6, block (11,
Adnlr's Astoria 4a ifi
Illrnm Hrown, lot 6, block 61.
Adair's Astoria 4S 15
Illrnm Hrown, lot 2, block Git
Adnlr's Astoria 40 15
Hiram Hrown, lot 4, block M,
Ailalr's Astoria 46 15
Illrnm Hrown, lot 1,. block 47.
Adnlr's Astoria 46 15
illram Hrown, lot 2, block 67.
I llrant llt-own, lot
Illrnnt limwii, lot
Illtiiiu Hi-own, lot
Illrnm llrown, lot
Adair's A I or la
Illi'iiiu IIiowii, ut
Iltiunt IllllWtl, lot
V bliH k
Laura Adair Marker,
K. Adair's Aainrla .
lot s, block
Fred Uarkor. lot 4, block Js, Adult's
Kalherliin O. Illlaaett, lot 4, 'block'
, Adair's Aatorla
Iiellna Norwegian Kvangelleal Lu
theran Church. N m feet of N
half lot J, block St, Adair's As
toria IV W. Hush, lot
IV W. Hush, t
IV VY. ;uah. lot
Alice M. Iluah, lot
Jacob Hoaaart. lot
Jacob lloaaart, lot
A llruuhold, lot
A. Hrunhold. lot
lot T, 'block
A.lalr a Aatorla.,
A.lalr a Aatorla ...
Ernslmo t-'naerogolla, N half lot ,
mock W. Ailalr's Aatorla
Nellie tl t'liarlstoii, und half lot ?,
block N. Adair's Aatorbv
C. II. Cooper, lot I, block ,
C. II. Coier, lot ,
C. II. Cooper, lot 10,
I. II C.Klper. lot 11
A-l ilr'a Aatorla
i'. 11 i-...iHr. .lot 1,
A.iair a Astoria
John 1 'lilt w 00.I, tin I ouaitcr lot I,
block id. Ailalr's Astoria
Ituth A. I'ornelius, nml half t t,
block i;J. Adalr'a Astoria
1 11 I' Pr-uimn. und half lot I,
I block 'd. Adalr'a Astoria .
I II IV I'l.-nimn, lot . hloek til.
. Aiinir a Astoria
. 4l II
. ;a M
. . 10 H
.. 14 M
. . 10 m
... 44 It
1' A I'oni-lson, un, hair lot
block i'. Ailalr's Aatorla
J II Duncan, tot I, block
Ailair s Aatorla
J II. Diitiran. lot . bl.s k
Hitnurl l.luiiire, lut Jd. block
Jtaniiicl Klmore. ut Is, bliK-k
Haniuel Klmore, lot 17, block
Pauuiel iiniore, ut SI, block
Ab illltwrt. lot J, block II, Ada
Annie listens, lot
Annie llaiena. lot
41. Adair's Aatorla
lot II. bioili
1 S I
P. J. floodman. lot
Adair's Astoria ....
IX. block 41,
Anna Maria ilrsmms, lot a,
4. Adair's Aatorla
Anna Maria Uranima. lot 10,
a. Ailair a Astoria
Helen P. llralmm. lot I, block
Helen K ilrahsm. lot t block 41.
N lnlfre.1 C. (leorge, lot 7, bloik I.
Mary C tl.ilmra, lot 7, block It
M.iry C. Ilolmra, lot 4. bio. k ,
Thomaa A. Ilyland. lot s, block 34.
Krlo 1 1. 111 he. lot . block 41. Adair
Eric Houke. lot 7. block 41. Adair'a
P. A Hill, lot , ,lo.n 30," Adair'a
K. A. Hill, lot 7, block CO, Adair a
Aleck Iveraon. lot 11. block
Aleck Ivrrson. lot 1J. block
Jniiiea Juckaon. lot 5, blin k
James Jackson, lot I, block 4x,
Ixniisa Johunas-n, lot In, block 14t,
John Kopp, lot 1, block 42, Adair's
Chrlatlna A. .Alfred, Joacphlne and
Prank P. liiienweber, heirs of
Prank I.elncnioler, lot 5, bbx-k
W, Adair's Aatorla
Chrlatlna A. Alfred, Josephine sn.1
Prank P. I.elnenweher. heirs of
Prank Ilnenweber, lot 4, blo-k
M, Adalr'a Aatorla
Chrlatlna A. Iilnenweiier,
block M, Adnlr's Aatorla.
Chrlatlna A. I-elnonwatM-r,
bloi-k W, Adair's Astoria.
Christina A. iH-lnrnwelier,
block !, Adair's Aatorla.
Christina A. Ilnenwelier.
block U, Adair's Astoria..
August I-nraen. N half lot 1,
3h, Adair's Astoria 24 20
John Kopp, lot 2, block 42. Adair's
Astoria 5; 41
Mary J. Kyle, lot 4, block 42,
Adalr'a Aatorla tl 41
Mary J. Kyle, lot 6, block 42,
Adair's Astorta ,. M 41
Mrs. A nnr. Kopp, lot I, block 42,
Adnlr's Aatorla 52 41
P. N. Kearney, und hnlf lot I,
block l, Adair's Aatorla 26 20
Jnmia F. Kearney, lot 2, block 61,
Adnlr s Astoria 52 (
Prank J. Carney, und half lot 7,
block 61, Adalr'a Aaiorla 23 ID
Mary A. CYnrna, und half lot 7,
block ill, Adair's Aatorla a IC
Mary If. I-lnenwelier. W half lot
I. block 17, Adnlr's Astoria 23 to
Christina A., Alfred (l Josephene
nnd Prank P. Lelnenweber, heirs
of Prank Lelnenweber, lot
7, block is, Adnlr's Astoria 52 41
Chrlsllna A., Alfred II., Jimephene
nnd Prnnk P. lelnenweber, bolts
of Prank Lelnenweber. lot
, block Adair's Astoria 62 41
L. I-heek nnd Olive Winton, lot
3, block 1, Hhlvely's Astorlu 10 00
L. Lebeck nnd Ollvo Winton, lot
4, block I, Hhlvely's Astoria 10 CO
L. lchcrk nnd Olive Winton, lot
, block 1, Hhlvely's Astoria 10(4)
L, Lebeck nnd Olive Winton, lot
v 'Witt until-' 1 -
. . . .
WJlfJUMtaSMSmiFii Tfl FIFDVOsr
W, block I. Hlilvoly's Astoria I (
Nleliolella .Miiliizuinha, W half and
W vu feel uf i. ball lot K block ,
AdHll'a Aalniin 41 M
Itev. II. W, Mollis, lot , Mask
Adalr'a Asloila ) II
Itvv. II. U. Morris, M 4 Int lot H
I1I01 k Hi, Adair's Aalnila W 14
Key. II. W . Moi lia, lot U, bio. k 40,
Adalr'a Asloila 4l U
Itev. II. V. Mollis, lot D, block 40,
Adalr'a AmioiIu 40 U
II..V II. U Mollis, lot I block 40,
Adult's Aaloila 44 la
Itev, i. U Mol r la. lot 1. block Ikt,
Adalr'a Aslotla 4 1
llov. II, W. Mollis, lot , block
Adalr'a Aaluila 44 It
Itev. II. W. Moi lia. lot 4, block tU,
Adalr'a Aaluila 44 1
Itev. II. W. Moi 1 la, lot 4, block 40,
Aduli a Aaluila 44 li
Fled Muliaeii, lot K block 4
A, lull a AalnllM U 41
A. M.-liiarlam lot ', block 4U,
Adair's Aatorla W
A. Mclilaliaii, lot II, block W,
Adair's Aaiorla 14 H
tiroii Kelauii, lot t, block I',
Adair'a Aaiorla 4
Ueoraa Nctaon, lot 4, bliKk I',
Uhl 1. 1 Na. lot I. block 4a.
Adalr'a Aalorlu I 41
t'biial Na, lot 10, block M,
Adalr'a Aatorla 41
Thaieaa oililrii. lot t block .
Adair's A.ioria ... tl tl
Theresa tl'Hllell, lot i, block .
Adalr'a Aaloilu tl 41
lUlwald 11' Connor, lot I, block 41,
Adalr'a Aaluila HO
Edward 1 i'i 'tumor, lot I, block 41,
Adair's Aatorla II It
Edward ui'oiiiior, lot J, blot k 41.
16 !0 I Andrew I'l.cii, lot 7, bio. k
A.lalr a Aatnil.i
19 H Andrew i.-ii, lot
Adair a Astoria
, block 1
10 M J II I'liliuer, lot
A.bilr'a Val.olit ...
i. block U
10 M I Anna M rope, lot
J. bl.Hk t".
l' M KIU Pope, lot 4. bb
10 a4 liank I'ntl.in, troali
ck o. Adnlr's
lot u, block
I . Adair's Aatorla
I 10 I I'lillik I'lllt.oi, tru.lre, . it Jl, bill, k
Ad.ilr a Aaiorla
M J. II ('.timer, let t. bi n k a-'.
A.bilr'a A l.
11 10 W t. l-ttik.-r. lot I, block 14.
Mhltel) -a AalolU
W I'nlk.r, lot t, bb.ck IW.
J. mile II I'.uk. r, I.. I II, block 111,
8hlrly'a Aaluila . .
Muv J In 11. lot :-, 1-1... k M.
H.H.1I1 ! Hh.rinidi. lot I, block o.
MnU I L n.illli.iii, H half
block . Adnlr'a Astoria
N Hlllioliaen. lot U, lb 1
N' rilltinltarn, tot H.
o Hoirr. lot a. bbsk
ti Hoicy. lot 31. block
Ilelisolt H.-thltte. lot
l.'Uanl-cth Heafeldt, loi II.
Adalr'a Astoria . . .
! I." k 4J.
l.iU ll- ltl Hrnfeldt, lot V. bio. k
Mury A H.-tinaler K half lot
block 01. Adalr'a Aaiorla
W T Hchoinebl. utxl half lot
block K. Adalr'a Aatorla
W. T rl.liolncld and P. Iluuke,
frac lot I. block I. Mldioly a As
toria . . ... . .
W T K. holflrld and K. Houke,
lot I, block I. Hhlvely a Aalorbi .
John B.-ln.-.a, lot I, blink CI,
1 John Helnraa. lot 4. bl.sk IV
peter Nilfnr. H half tot i, bl.sk V.
( Adnlr'a Aatorln . . . .
j Jai-oh liiirut. r, lot 4, block H,
Adalr'a Astoria .
i Ole 11 Vtg. loi in. bl, k 40, Adalr'a
11 a '
tile 11 Vlge. lot Ti, bliK-k4ki, Adnlr's
Chna Vera, htiiren. W half lot l.
bbwk 4n, Adalr'a Aainrla
Nichotna Wlsnrr, loi 13. bio. k 41.
I Nlcliolna Wlato r, o )7,
Adnlr'a Aatorln . .
, Chnrh-e Wiaaman,
i Adnlr'a Astoria .
' tiiurlca Wissinnn,
lot 19. block m.
lot 17. block til,
I (leortfe Wntaori,
A.bilr'a Aslorln .
(leoritn u ntaon. tot
A.lulr a Astorta . .
M.ir.ua Wise, lot
Ad.ilr'a Astoria . .
Marcua Wiae, lot
Adalr'a Astoria . .
bl.s k 41.
Marcua Wlae, lot a, block 41,
Marcua Wlae, lot
:i. hi.x-k u.
Marcua Wlae. lot
Marcus Wlae, Int
Mary Wilson, lot
I, block (f.
Walter, Mamie, Annie, Oracle and
vi imam itaon, heirs of William
I. block ., Adair's
tile WilllM-rg. lot
Adair's Aatorla ..
14, block ,
Caroline o Willbera-. lm n l.i,-u
Caroline 11 Willls-rg, Int 24.1, lock
6. Adalr'a Astoria
Charles WrlKbt nnd H. E llarriw
lot s. block 41, Adair's Astoria , ,
Charles Wright and H E. Harris
lot , block 41, Adair's Aatorln ..."
Onirics WrlKbt nnd H. K. Harris.
lot Id, block II. Adair's Aatorla. .
t hnrlea Wright and H E. Harris
lot 14, block 41, Adnlr'a Astoria..!
t buries W right nnd H. E. Harris
lot 111, block 41, Adalr'a Astoria...'
I hnrlea WrlKbt and H. E. Harris
lot 20. block 41, A.bilr'a Aslorln. ..'
Onirics WrlKbt nnd H E, Harris,
lot 21, block 41, Adair's Astoria...
( barb s WrlKbt nnd H. E Harris
J"' k 41, Adnlr-n Astoria...'
hnrlea Wright und H E. Harris
1 41. A.lalr' Astoria '
,Vr',K,,t BJ"1 H "",
,, "l ''k 41, A.lalr Astoria ..
t harles Wright mid H. K ,.rr. '
K.I 3JI. block 41. Adnlr's A a, or,.,. .
( hnrlea Wright nml H. E Harris
lot 31. block 41, Adnlr's Aatorla .'
lot 32, block 41, Adnlr's Astoria...
( hnrlea right 1111,1 ri it 11....1.
Paled Aiilorlu, or,, April 23. '
H. E. NELHON,
Auditor and Police Judge.'