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OPINIONS OF TWO LEADERS.
Two prominent Republican of New
York ban expressed their opinion a to
the possible nominee at St. Loul. Their
pinions arc diametrically opposed, anu
yet each seems conrident that what he
says will come to pass. Chauncey M.
Xvpew Is one of the delegate at large
from the Empire state. He has just
visited Governor Morton, and thus gives
" rein to his views as well as those of the
"I found the governor In a most serene
stale of mind. Ills health la excellent,
and he Is not worrying about toe cares
of his office or the possibilities of h:s
canvass, lie Is Just contented and svreue.
and if somebody else Is nominated at St.
Louis I do not think the governor will
feel that any calamity has belallea him.
But Mr. Morton really expects to be nom
inated. I found him confident In the be
lief that the convention will muke him
Its candidate. The governor Is sure the
sound money idea will prevail, and that
he will be 'he man the party will select
Id stand on Its gold standard pUtlorm,
I shall place his nam before the con
vention, and be will be enthusiastically
supported by almost the solid delegation
from thla state. The governor baa as
surances of support from sound money
nti all through the West, and should
th balloting be prolonged I believe be
will be nominated. "
Hon. Frederick D. Grant, bavins
ailed on Major McKinley, sees through
different spectacles, as a perusal of the
following statement from him will show:
tui personal friend of Major Mc
Kinley. Eighteen months ago 1 accom
panied McKinley on a trip through the
country, and at that time It was very
easy to see the feeling which existed.
I feel sure that McKinley will be nomi
nated on the first ballot. The feeling in
Kew York Is for McKinley among the
masses of the people. In regard to Mc
Klnley's money policy, 1 will say that
there Is no money issue at the front In
the present campaign as far as It has
gone. The tariff Is the issue at the
present time. But McKinley represents
the Republican doctrine on the money
question. He represents sound money."
Here is an opportunity for those who
wish to Institute comparisons. Possibly
the latitude where the utterances were
made may have had something to do
with what was said to the Interviewer.
Mr. Depew talked in New York, while
Commissioner Grant had hit say in the
sacred shades of Canton. Then Mr.
Depew has a task In hand that of brac
ing up weak-kneed members of the New
York delegation who may be faltering
In their allegiance to the governor. The
opinions afford another one of the many
diversions Incident to the ante-nomination
While a good many of the consuls un
der Mr. Cleveland have bad the political
sagacity to send In consular reports that
are calculated to destroy the force of
protection arguments. Consular General
Max Judd, who resides at Vienna, says
the Chicago Times-Herald, deals with
the recent great strike of the tailors
which involved Sd.'X operatives In the
principal cities of the German empire.
Mr. Judd's candor Is so unusual that It
Is positively delightful. In touching
upon the industrial aspects of the strike
Mr. Judd Inadvertently reveals the fact
that the wages of German cloakmakers
hare been gradually reduced until an
operative Is compelled to pay rent and
purchase clothing and food on 11.25 per
week. We have "sweaters" and sweat
shops in this country, but this is sweat
ing close to the starvation point Free
traders In this country have answered
with cheers the alarums of the protec
tionists with reference to the "pauper
labor of Europe." But Mr. Judd ha
Injudiciously and wantonly contributed
.valuable material to the protection liter
ature that will be made available In the
coming campaign by giving official testi
mony to the fact that there is such a
thing as the "pauper labor of Europe."
It Is true that we have sweatshops of
ur own, but the most indifferent friend
of American labor will not fall to see
that there Is a grave danger In such
competition as German cloakmakers that
are paid 1125 per wee Ic
Carroll D. Wright's figures, showing
that the average wages In 1890 were Uti
s year, or, approximately, 11.43 a day,
suggests a comparison with the wago
formerly paid. A study of Prof. Mo
naster's "History of the United States"
shows that the working men of today
faro much better than their fathers and
grandfathers did. Ten representative
trades paid ln 1M0 an average of 11.31 per
day, and In 1800 the same ten excepting
slumbers, who are not reported paid
nfy t0.5 cents a day. In 1784 unskilled
labor comamnded 25 cents a day, and
that was twice as much as was paid for
It ten years earlier. On the other hand,
the necessaries of life have not increased
in pries proportionately to the advance
advance in wages. While wages In ISM
era nearly double what they were In
ISO, the price of beef had Increased from
I to 14 cent it lound, pork was exactly
at the same price II cent pound
em) other leading article advanced a
fraction, while wheat Hour declined from
f a barrel In In to 17 In ISM, and H
In ls. In the same time sugar dropped
from 1 eenta a pound to 4, and tea from
H cent a pound to 50, though coffee ad
vaneed from 17 cents 4 pound to . These
figures seem to disprove Hi popular fal
lacy that the rich are growing richer and
the poor poorerunless, Indeed, the
American artisan la ranked with the for
mer, a position which hl brethren In
other lands are very much Inclined to
It la not yet decided whether the Demo
crats will construe McKinley nnanclalty
as a weak-kneed straddle-bog, to be op.
posed at Chicago by a gold platform and
Cleveland, or as a stiff-backed gold-bug.
controlled by the Shylocks of Wall street,
to be naturally opposed by It 10 I plat,
form and Bland or Holes I'tull the
rl(,ht at Chicago has bee-n determine,!,
some hesitation In the IVmocratlc plac
ing of McKinley on the tlnanelal qucstloit
may readily be understood and forgiven.
In the Republican ranks, n the St. lul
conventKm draws closer and closer, the
stronger grows the conviction that ou
the money Issue McKinley Is sound.
After the nomination there will probably
be no Republican doubts on the question.
With Tillman, the Ideal of the South
Carolina IVmocruts, as a tree silver
presidential candidate, and Senator
Teller as Colorado favorite son, there
will he no lack for white metal standard
I bearers should they decide to set up shop
on their own account. Here Is a candi
date out of each of the two bu." parties.
You pays your silver and you take your
A- ENGLISHMAN MADE OL K SEAL.
This Country Indebted lo a Roronet for
the lesljfn Adopted by Congrv.
New York Herald.
The great seal of the Vnlted States is
of peculiar Interest from the tact that It
Is possibly the only one In the world that
was deslKiied for a government by the
subject of an opposing government. We
owe our coat-of-arms to Sir John IYvm
wtch. a baronet of the West of Enict.ind,
who was a warm friend of America, anil
an accomplished antiquarian. His ad
miration for Washington un.toultedly In
fluenced his design, as the Washington
arms are rather similar to our seal.
Originally the selection of a seal was left
to a committee applonted by congress,
and composed of Benjamin Kranklln,
John Adams and Thomas Jefferson, and
they employed a French West Indian
named Du Slnltiero, not only to furnish
designs, but to sketch such designs as
srers suggested by themselves. In one
of his drawings the artist displayed on a
shield armorial ensigns of the several
nations from whence America bad been
peopled, embracing those of . England,
Scotland. France, Germany and Holland.
After several other committees had
vainly tried to perfect a seal which
should meet the approval of congress,
Charles Thomson. Its secretary, several
years later, received from John Adams,
then In London, an exceedingly simple
and appropriate device suggested by Sir
John Prestwtch. It consisted of an es
cutcheon, bearing thirteen perpendicular
stripes, white and red, with chief blue,
and spangled with thirteen stripes, and,
to give It great consequence, he proposed
placing It on the breast of an American
eagle without supporters, as emblematic
of self-reliance. At last this met with
general approval In and out of congress.
and was adopted In June. 1TS2. So It is
manifest, although the fact Is not exten
sively known, that we are Indebted for
our national arms to a titled aristocrat
of the country with which we were then
at war. It was cut in brass soon after
It was decided upon, and It is found on
a commission dated September Is. ITS.
granting full power and authority to
Washington to arrange with the British
for prisoners ot war. This seal contln
tied In use for fifty-nine years. The
present seal differs from It only In detail
of execution. The design of the reverse
has a pyramid, over which there Is an
eye In a trangle. For some reason this
side of the seal was not cut then, nor
has It been cut since, but has been al
lowed to go unnoticed officially until the
present day. The second seal was cut In
1M1, Daniel Webster then being secretary
of state. This one was continued In use
up to 1&5. when the seal now In use was
WHAT SHE DID.
Detroit Free Press.
Please state to the court exactly what
you did between S and S o'clock on
Wednesday morning." said a lawyer to
a delicate looking little woman on the
"Well," she said, after a moment's re
flection, "I washed my two children and
got them ready for school and sewed a
button on Johnny's coat and mended a
rent In Nellie's dress. Then I tidied up
my sitting room and made two beds and
watered my house plants and glanced
over the morning paper. Then I dusted
my parlor and set things to rights In it
and washed some lamp chimneys and
combed my baby's hair and sewed a but
ton on one of her little shoes, and then
I swept" out my front entry and brushed
and put away the children's Sunday
clothes and wrote a note to Johnny's
teacher, asking her to excuse him for
not being at school on Friday. Then 1
fed my canary bird and cleared off the
breakfast table and gave the grocery
man an order and swept off the back
porch, and then I sat down and rested
for a few minutes before the clock
struck 9. That's all."
"All!" said the dazed lawyer. "Excuse
me. Judge; I must get my breath before
I call the next witness."
THERE ARE MO SCOTCH-IRISH.
Among certain peopb. In New England
the term "Scotch-Irish" has come more
or less Into use during the last fifty
years. In an article Just published, how
ever, Editor T. H. Murray, of the Law
rence Daily Sun, condemns the term ss
an ethnical absurdity, resting on a found
ation as unstable as shifting sand. He
addresses his article to Mr. Eben Put
nam, genealogist, of Salem, Mass. It Is
bound to cause a lot of discussion, and
Mr. Murray says that Is Just what he
OF INTEREST TO CYCLISTS.
Buffalo Sunday Times.
New Woman (to St. Peter) Take that
wheel In and house It carefully. Tell
the servants to be careful of It. She's
St Peter You'll find the cinder path
on the right, ma'am. Scorchers go be
low. PRECARIOUS POSSESSION.
Gawge How much does your bicycle
, Cholly Fifteen pounds, the agent said;
but so long as the last Installment Isn't
paid, it weighs about two tons on my
There's more clothing destroyed by poor
soap than by actual wear. "Hoe Cake"
soap contains no free alkali and will not
Injure the finest lace. Try It and notice
the difference In quality. Ross, Hlggln
Ton will stsMl was ewpe
xwoin ma m aaaee aag, 1 1
ad tw Maswas lastsle eaca I
IVar aaaea awn af Itlsek- r
well's Dwraaat. Bay a aa f
tasttls sweat txew Mae tsag,
at Ik la celebrated lobacea
aad read the eaapoa walca
irleea a ttsl af vwlaahle pi
eats aikd how to get them.
It la said of the late Colonel North
that his manner was so hruso."" the
usual amenities of civilisation mere for
gotten In his presence, and, after he had
bullie-d a meeting through the business
of the day. It was frequently the ease
that nolKhly tell sMtnVleiitly grateful to
propose the Usual vole of thanks. Hut
the colonel would never lie balked oi
his dues. "WelL now," he would shout,
"who's going to propewe a vote of thanks
to me? I shan"t leave this ch.ilr. ou
know, without a vote of thanks. Come
along. seme of you, and give me n-.y
vote of thanks,"
how Ir. Ilerve's Favorite Prescription
acts upein nervous women. It s a mar
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debility. Chorea, or St. Itus's lam-,
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Even in cases of Insanity, resulting
from functional demrurenients, the in
sistent use of the "Prescription" will, by
restoring the natural functions, generally
effect a curve
For women suffering from any chronic
"female complaint" or Weakness; for
women a ho are run doa n or overworked:
at the change from gtrlhoeM to woman
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"Maria." Mr. Meekton said, with pen
sive pathos, "I don't mean for a minute
to Insinuate lhat you dont' show th
proper enthusiasm over my well being.
But I wish you would transfer some ot j
It." "What do you mean?" "I can't
help thinking It would be a great deal '
more comfortable If you would show less J
Interest In the particular kind of cam- '
palgn button that I wear and more In
the one that fastens my suspender."
WHEN THE SWALLOWS HOMEWARD
People begin to ask themselves, "Where
shall I spend the summer?" An ocean
voyage, an Inland Jaunt, or a coastwise
trip, which shall It be? In either rase,
one of the mosst useful traveling com-
panlons, one that never falls In an rmer-
gency to which It Is adapted. Is Hos-
tetter's Stomach Bitters, which remedies
sea sickness, nausea, headache, bilious-
ness and malarial complaints. Iyspei-
sla, rheumatism, nervousness and kidney
trouble are also remedied by the great
alterative ami preventive. Tourists by
sea and land, mariners, emigrants and
western pioneers all testify to Its de
fensive and remedial efficacy. Bodily
and mental fatigue are counteracted hy
It. and It prevents maladies which would
otherwise be brought on by exposure.
No one should start on a summer outing
without It, It Is the most genial and
reliable of summer tonics, and suits the
most fastidious palate.
The Weeping Daughter-O, I shall die:
Papa says that Algy and I must nut
think of getting married for two years
yet "Don't cry so, dear." said the Ju
dicious mother. "Perhaps you will not
want to marry him at the end of two
Who knows but that blonde hus- 1
bands will be out of style then?" On-
cinnatl Enquirer. j
A tired stomach Is very much like a :
sprained ankle. If you suffer from any
of the symptoms of dyspepsia, your ,
stomach is tired. It needs a crutch. !
We must relieve It of all work for a time.
or until It la restored In lis nntnrtil
strength. To do this successfully, we i
must use a food which Is already digest'
ed outside of the body, and which will
aid the digestion of other foods that may
be taken with it. Such a product Is
the Shaker Digestive Cordial.
The Shakers have utilised the digestive
principles present In plants for the manu
facture of this article, and Its success
has been truly phenomenal. Vou can
try It for the nominal sum of l'l rents.
as sample bottles are sold by all drug
gists at this price. ,
LAXOL Is the best medicine for chll- I
Uren. Doctors recommend It In place I
of Castor Oil.
Miss Fanny Edgar Thomas has been
made offlcler d'academle by the French
government In recognition of her work
In musical criticism. She Is said to be
the first American to be so honored. She
went to Paris about a year ago, entirely
unknown. But a few weeks ago such
" l" " I
men as Alexandre Gullmant
Saens and Massenet recommended that !
the distinction be conferred on her.
A HOUSEHOLD TREASURE
D. W. Fuller, of Canajoharle, N. Y.,
says that he always keeps Dr. King's
New IgWoovery In the house and his fam
ily has always found the very best re
sults follow Its use; that he would not
be without It, If procurable. O. A. Dyke
man, Druggist, Catsklll, N. Y., says that
Dr. King's New Discovery is undoubtedly
the best Cough remedy; that he has used
It In his family for eight years and it has
never failed to do all that Is claimed for
It Why not try a remedy so long tried
and tested. Trial bottles free at Chas.
Rogers' drug store. Regular size 60c
Prof. Charles Lane Poor, of the astro
nomical department of John Hopkins uni
versity, has been honored with election
as an Associate Fellow of the American
Academy of Arts and Sciences to fill the
vacancy caused by the death of James
E. Oliver, professor of mathematics at
DID YOU EVER
Try Electric Bitters as a remedy for your
troubles? If not, get a bottle now and
get relief. This medicine has been found
to be peculiarly adapted to the relief and
cure of all Female Complaints, exerting
wonderful direct Influence in giving
strength and tone to the organs. If you
have Loss of Appetite, Constipation,
Headache, Fainting Spells, or are Ner
vous, Sleepless, Excitable, Melancholy,
or troubled with Dizzy Spells, Electric
Bitters Is the medicine you need. Health
and Strength are guaranteed by Its use.
Fifty cms and 11.00 at Chas. Rogers'
r - a
i' .i sy
, f Sf.
Her husband WtUK ill, lit In another
city last Sunday. Mr. 1', M. H.-nnett,
wife ef the tmstor of the I uitartati
church at Carthaae, Mo, modestly hut
catihly lock his place In the pulrit ami
preached so excellent tt sermon thai she
rvvi'eel the coUKneluluthm eif almost
the entire oonKtvKutlon, It via her llit
effort in that Hue.
IUVKLKN8 AUVIC.V SU.Vli.
The best salvo In the worl I for e'uts,
Urulses. Sores, doers. Salt Rheum,
Fever Src. Tetter. CVtpped Hands,
"hllidains. Corns, and .Ml Skin Krup
tlons, ami positive euro for Pile, or no
pay rvq-.ilred. It is uaiaiiteed lo give
p-rfeet satisfaction, or money refunded.
Price, Ti cents 'r Ikx For sale by
Chas. Rogers Odd Fellows' building.
When IUhy was sick, we gate her Castorl.
When she was a Child, she cried fur I ait oris,
Wbea she heewme M,tk she clung to Caatnrla,
Whoa she L rudrsu, she g them Castorta.
Sir Henry Irvltur has accepted the in
vitation of the Kdlnbur.-h Pen -end Pencil
Club lo sup with them on the 17th oi
June next In the Waterloo hotel on the
occasion of his visit lo lhat city. This
Is the first time Sir Henry Irving has
appeared In that rlty slnv there us
conferred upon him the dignity of knight
hood. ROYAL Baking Powder
bas beta awarded hljhett
boaora at every world" m fair
' After the Countess of Warwick had
made an address at a meeting held In the
Interests of some British sailors recently,
one bronsed old tar stood up In the nu
', dlence, bowed to her. and remarked:
"Good by. countess. Wo did not think
i that the like of you took any heeel of
i thw likes of us."
j It's Just as easy o try On Mlnuta
Cough Cure as anything els. It's easier
, to cur a sever cough or cold with IL
' Let your next purchase for a cough be
' On Mlnut Cough Cure. Retter msdl-
. cine; better result; better try It, Chaa,
"Our finest English historian In paint
as he has been In black und Khlte," that
Is ahat a London critic culls the Ameri
can artist, Edwin AWy. Mr. Abliey's
picture of Richurd frookbnrk and Prin
cess Anne has capturcel !,on.1in.
W might tell you mora about On
Minute Cough Cure, but you probahiy
know that It cures cough. Every on
does who has used It It Is a perfect
remedy for coughs, colds, hoarseness, II
Is an especial favorltr for children, be
ing pleasant to take and quick In curing.
H. A. I.atlmer. an amateur photog
rapher of Boston, has Just heard that
eight of the ten pictures submitted by
him to the International salon comiietl-
,lon of lh Belgian Photographic Society
of Brussels have been accepted.
Take a dose of DeWlti's Little Early
Risers Just for the good they will do
J011- These little Pills are good for In-
digestion, good for headache, good for
I,ver complaint good for constipation.
1DeJr " d- Chaa Roger.
MI"M J- Stewart Held, composer of the
I "Trilby Walts." gained the only honors
certificate at I he local examination ol
; the Royal Academy and Rnynl College
; of Music, recently held In Edinburgh.
All the patent medicine advertised In
this paper, together with ths choicest
perfumery, and toilet articles etc., can
lie bought at the lowest prices at J. W
Conn's drug store, opposite Occidental
i ne posimiBirean oi ctmraiiar IS A1ISS
Margaret Cresswell. who receives the
n"n"ome salary or u.oW per year. She
al"0 superintendent of the various
postomces on ine Norm African coast.
Children Cry for
The firesent klnir nf lh.nmnrli m.s an
' " - - -w
nnne fltirtncr his enrlv murrlt.l lir ik.t
h u"ed to give drawing lessons under
the rose In the families of the rich
Burns are absolutely painless when De
Witt's Witch Hazel Balve Is promptly
applied. This statement Is true. A per
fect remedy for skin diseases, chapped
hands and Hps, and nsver falls to curt
piles. Chas. Rogers.
Charlotte Bronte's husband, the Rev.
Arthur Bell Nlcholls, Is still alive, though
It Is more than forty years since Char
It Is not a miracle. It won't cur
everything, but It will cure pile. That's
what DeWltt's Witch Hasel Salve will
do, because It has done It In hundred
of cases. Chas. Rogers.
Miss Mary E. Wilkin hu returned to
her home In Randolp, Mass., from her
visit to Old Point Comfort and Wash
ington. DeWltt's Barsaparllle Is prepared for
cleansing the blood. It builds up and
strengthens constitutions Impaired by
disease. Chas. Rogers.
The family of Chief Justice Fuller, of
the United States supreme court, Is at
Sorrento, Me., for the season.
Pure blood means good health. I
Wltt's Barsaparllle purifies the blood,
cur's Eruptions, Kczma, Scrofula, ar.d
all diseases arising from Impure blood.
Conceit In weakest bodies strongest
Or. Price's Cream Baking Powder
Contain no Ammonia or Alum,
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HHKIMPF'8 TAX 8 -U.K.
By virtue of warrant Issued by the
county clerk of Clatsop counlv, slain ol
Oregeui. under the seal of said county
and state, on the Utth day or April A. I).
IMsl, ami lo im directed, comnmiiiliiig
me lo levy upon Hie goods and elmiiels
of the dcllmiucl taeprtycrs named lit III
dcllntiiicttl tax roil of Clatsop county,
state of Oreiion, for I he year IVeV thervla
attached, and If none be found, Iheii
upon the real property as set loiih and
described III sold ilelluiiieilt las roll, or
so much Ihrrvtef as shall l sultlclent lo
satisfy Hie amount ot takes so chained
therein, together lth Hie costs and v
Immisvs, 1 ill. I. on the 3th day of May,
IK'S, levy upon thavlng been tumble lo
find xrsonal preipe'rty sutllclent out ot
which to make .M taiesi the real es
tate Mel opposite Die lisuies of Ihe re
lHH'tte parties, firms and cortHHntlona,
couiiUiird III the following lisu, lo sat
Isty lite amount oi taxes uti.i costs as
scssctt and chat'Ke uaalitst such persona,
Unit und corporations In Hie said de
linquent tux red), all ol said procrty
being situate lit "a l'l ceiumy and slate
and described on sold delinquent lax
roll oi said county and state tor sold
year, n follows, lo nli:
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bank of .lotm-urn s sl.u.h, ;vi
rds, K. of X.. cur. of S I; t,,
I hence E. .11 1.1. lo left Lank
ol Island slotii,h: theme Iowu
said elouiih lo Is-wls and
Clarke river at mouth of John
sou's slouch: thence up riKlit
bunk of Johnson's slouiih lo
place ol t'CKlunluif. sec, 1, T. T
N . It. la ' ;;. po acres, lie.
Kin ul N E cor. ot 8 iv. it. se e.
11; tiieiice S Ml rds. lo a cr.sk,
theme westerly along sold
creek rds to fork of said
creek. Iheiwe, N. to N. line of
S K. ' of S I;. 1,. sec. II; hence
N. SIS ft : Ihelloe W. to . line
of N K, t, of S K. ta ,e, ;
I h.11, N 10 a point hi ens K.
of N line of S K. V, of s.il.l
see ; thence 1:. lu chs. ; thence
N, 10 chs ; thence K. b elm 10
tlnnliiit. Hee. II. T ! N . II
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N . It 4 W , I crv. M iU ... Is U
Allen John. S, of n K. t Sec.
TIN, It. W . Si iu r s. Je 11. IS
Anderson. V itlium, lot l. 3. j, 1.
4. I. s. . lu. it, u ij, 11. jj, i,
tilk. llooclale u.tilition. I,' i rt 1!
Armstrong, Jum, N . t.4 See.
. T 1 N .It s , le a.!-, s,
Austin 1. u. Telia M.. his 1 4. Mk.
1. Sunn) side addition, .ie' 4 ul
Band Harry F-, lots t 4. J. 4, I.Ik
Mel 'lure's Aspirin. SS rl il
by Cyrus edney. ItOAl . .', ?
Darker, l.auru p. A . lots I. J, 1,
...;,.. in, II. 12. 11, 11, II,
l If. IV. .1 21. 53. 1. A.
. blk. 1i.V Mary Ann Adair
South Addition 10 the Port of
I'PiK-r Astoria. W U W
Harnett, Cor, K. S "f S W. t,. W.
of S K. k. See- II. T 4 N . It.
W , liuv, acres, fvul J 7,
Barnes, Frank. E S of S W. H.
S S of U.K. t. See. 15, T. I N ,
R W . pel acres, IliM i T
Buttln 4 Co., H. I: , begin at N E.
cor. of I.Ik. A. McEwan'
Add'n to Ocean ilrove: thence
5. SO ft., W. Iiw ft, N. to ft. K.
lis) ft lo beginning: also, Wgln
at N.W. cor. ulk. A, Mc
Ewan Add'n. to Ocean tlfwve:
th.-nee K. Hu ft,, thonre S. Iv
ft. W. loo ft. N, lu ft. to be
ginning, 4lc lu
Beach C. L. hits . n, blk. 51,
Astur Add'n. lo Astoria: lol
T. . blk. . North Add'n. as laid
out and recorded hy K. A.
Noyes, Xc J ?i
Beers. Ijuls. lot s. Mk 1. Pros
pect Park Aibl'n. 10 Astoria. 4e 1 M
Hell. Phllllppa W., lots a. M. blk.
XX tract J, Olney's Add'n. lo
Astoria, as laid out by Hustler
& Aiken, eleC'rs. 1.(
Bennett. A 8 . blk. t olney's
Add'n to Astoria, as laid out
und rifonleil by Hustler A
Aiken, exee'r.: N W. nf.
N.W 1, of 8 E. 1, See. K. T
N . It V lu acres: un.ll I.I.-.1
4 "f: Begin :.ii.;i, ft. W. of
5 E. cor of Shlvi lv 1 I. C ;
thence V. lM ft. N. lo 8 line
of Shlvely's Astoria. E lie ft
8. to beginning Set-. 17. T. .V,
It S W . I acres. .',J 1 a 44
Bennett, Charles K , hus is, is,
blk 1 Seavlew Addition, as laid
out by A. P Oliver, e 4 17
Blsslaml. Ihincan, lot 1, I.Ik.
Van Dusen's Astoria, 17c 13
Bishop. W, I', Ht; Hee. a, T.
4 .V , It 7 W.. Irti acres. Ill Ml ., Jl J3
Bliss, I A., Jr . lot 5, blk. IK'. M.'.
Clure's Astoria, as extended by
Cyrus Olney, 11.34. li
Blodgctt, Enoch U, begin ut N.W.
cor. of illiHlu.lt ). u C:
thence E. 1: St) chs lo N E. cor.
f claim: thence, 8. i: 40 chs. lo
Howards N. tj. cor; thence W.
to 8 E. cor. of Mrs. (Irani
land; thence N. to N E. cor. of
said .Mrs. Oram's land: thence
W. lo line of said l. I C. ;
thence N. lu tiesInning Si-c. J.
T. 7 N . It W.. 40 S3 acres;
also, land In S. S of BlixtKiitt
1. U (.'. 8. of land of Howard,
and N. and N.W. of land of J.
A. Fulton, except tract sold for
cemetery. Sees. 3, lu, T. 7 N.,
It W., uf,.i)2 acres; also, strip
of land running entire distance
E. and W. across land of How
ard and extending 8 far enough
to Include M.33 acres Sec. j, T.
7 N.. It II W.. W7.19
Bradbury, Clement, NE. t; of
N.W 4 lot 4. Hee. 1. T. t N.,
R. lo W 74 12 acres; N E. or
8W. i. S.W. V, of BE.
H Sec 22, T. 6 N It 1U W HO
acres; all of N.W. of S.W.
"t. less plat of Hrudbury's Addi
tion to Ocean Orove, Sen. 22,
T. N It. 10 W., 22 acres: N.W.
Vi Sec. 27. T. 4 N It 10, W
lfsi acres, 7.W f,7 n
Brandt, C, lots 11, 10, 11, 12, 13. 14.
15, IS, blk. ft; lot 4, blk. to, Rose
dale's Addition to the City of
Astoria, ldc 1C
Brade-n, William, undivided t of 8.
H, of S.W. i4. S.W. V, ol 8.E.
'4 Sec. 12, T. II N., R. 7 W 4U
acres, 12.74 ,33
Brlx, Asmus, lots 1, 2. 7, 8, blk. 100,
Adair's East Addition to As
torla, 121. 28 28 32
Brown, Peter, estate of, lots 14, IS,
block 14, Warrenton; lots 8, 10,
11, blk. 6, Sklpanon Addition to
Astoria; lot H, blk. It, Shlvely's
Astoria, tls.M 31 00
Buck. Elizabeth, lots 7, 4, blk. 128,
McCltire's Astoria, as extended
by Cyrus Olney, 36.33 I 44
Burney, R. H lot 1, blk. 28,
Alderbrook, First Addition to,
I5.33 7 ay
Bush, W. H lots 1, 2, E. 14 of
N.W. V, Sec. 30, T. 4 N It 9
W., m m acres, W. 16 M
Burns, A. O., lot 11, blk 13, De
ments Addition lo the cily of
Astoria, 17c 2 43
Buell, Jane H, lots II, 12, blk. 20,
Laurel Park Addition, as re
corded hy H. c. Thompson, 29c I to
Buchanan, Manilla, lot 4, S.E. V, of
N.W. t,J Sec. 27, T. 4 N It 8
W., 40 acres, 12.01 jj &
Butler, Walter li.. lots 4, 7, Sec. 34,
T. 4 N It W 42i acres;
lots 7, 8, N. '(, of S.W. Vj Seo.
35. T. 4 N It 8 W llfl.IB
acres, 11.33 18 08
Byrd, Srinih L., N. Vi of N.W.
Sec. 11, T. 4 N., R. 10 W., 80
acres, 44 01 t 24
Burke, B. C lots II, 12, blk. 1.T9,
Shlvely's Astoria, 128.41 32 44
Case, Edward, N.W. V, Site. 1(1, T, 4
N., ft 4 W K!0 acres, 44.42 14 li
Carson, Lunlls, P., lot 11, It, blk.
s, tlssrhart Park, Mo T M
Cnrlson. John K W, 4 of VV.
t See. 54, T. 4 N., 11. Ill V i
acres, il 44 II M
Chiirmau, Thomas, led 1 blk. Inn.
Mct'lurv's Astoria, as enleitded
by Cyril olney, 1134 t It
Packard, Elmer, S K, l of N.W, ,
N K. I, or S.E, H, 8 I, of 8.K
I See. jj, T, 6 N,. It W 11
acres, lit 14 It) M
Paisley. William, lots I. I, blk. I,
limy addition to Astoria, I Kl
Palmer, Sarah Jane. M.K ot '
H.W.'H Hvo. S3, T. 4 N It
W acre mm I ft)
Pnrksr. U t lot a, K, t lol 4,
blk. 4: lot sn, blk. 10, U.arhail
Park. We 1 1;
Park, Nellie, lots J, 4. tk . i, It,
blk. M. Itoseilale addlllim to the
city of Aatiirln, lie HI M
IVlersoiv, tl, ll Iota I. t, 8 l r '
Nli. U See, IT. & N. H.
W , 148 18 acres, 110 HI IN Rl
IVnlnsiilar IjiihI and Trust Colli
pniiy, lots Iti, 33. blk. in!, lay
tor's AstiMia, so 1 4
IVnier, Heeirge W., lots X 1 4, 4, ?,
a, 4, blk. 3. lol 14. lit, 17. blk.
It, North addition, as laid mil
and recorded by K. A. Noyes,
I'loneer lllstorlial Society, lots I,
4, blk. Adair's port of t'pix r
Aslorla. 113 33 U II
I'oun.l. 8 8 . lots 31. tl. blk
North sddlllon. as laid out and
rei'ordcd by I! A Noyes, rn-., 4 III
Pool, II W , lol 4. blk SI. Chelsea
Itallroail addition lu Asorl.i, by
M M I ee. li' 3 c
Pope, T A . N. .j of Sec, 34, T 1
N . It 4 VV , s;i acres, MM , 31 i
Porter, llolierl, lots ,V , lu, Idk
New Astoria. II 14 7
Powell, Msnlm, lot blk 2H; lot
l. blk U: lots la. II. 13. 13. II, IS.
blk 3.', of Powell's ml. Illli. n 10
East Astoria, Jc , 13 44
Hnal W. II . lots !. , blk
S.ylMeW s. billion, as laid out bv
A P. Oliver, 4o. 4 17
Itancoiin. I.ucv A , lol . blk. t
Matter' addition tu Warrenton,
' , 3 to
llasiuu.seii, Kniil, lot 1 8 K, l, of
of 8 W. See II. T 7 N It.
la W , : acres, 14 I s
lUHioni. Mary II , lots l IS 1.1k
I. First nddllloii In Ocean
orov... xac tw
Bead. Nathaniel li , begin l.iu n,
I. ' and l f', 8 if N.W. cor
of T P Powers' t I, t ;
Ihence 8 l.7iw a fl , W I.HJU ft,
N 1 33 ft , K I u.v f 10 W.
ginning Sr.- J. T UN, It lo
W . acres, : 41 t 1
Itclnnow. Miss Emma, lot lu, t-ilt.
4. Railway . billion la Astoria,
!' I II
llee.1. IsalMl. I.tls I, U I. I blk.
1 Siinnvslile addition 10 As
toria. ,. I II
Held, tnnlrl. lots 3. t blk 14, llo.
ladar Park. v .., 7 rl
Itel.lt. William and Annie, lots It,
I, blk 31: lot II. 13. blk rs,
lots , lu, II. 13. blk so: lot t.
t 3. 4, 4, 4. 7, 4. , la, II. 13. is.
14. IS, 14, Idk X3: lota 4, 10, II. 13.
13. II. blk . lol. 3. 4. 4. 4. blk
. lots I. I 3, 4. J, 4. 7. , 4, 10,
II. tl. IX It 14, I. blk 4. Rom.
dale aildltlun lo the clly or As.
loria. we 77 13
Rice. John, lol T. 4. Idk ID. Rose
dais addition to the clly ot As
toria, so I s4
Roberts, Andrew, lots 34, I. blk. 7.
Meriwether lwn addition to
Astoria. I3e I II
Robb. W. I., lol I. t blk 1.
Ilohh's addition to Astoria. 11.13 4 17
Itonell. Chaa E . lota 3. 4, blk. 11,
lllverslile addition lo Aslorla.
" 4 14
Rosa. Chas. II . lots I, I. Mk. 4,
llotcomh addition to Astoria. 4c 4 47
Rues, Margaret, fl E. v, of N K. t,,
E S of 8 K l. 8 W. V, of H E.
Sec II. T 7 N . It 4 W . 1st)
acre. Iio i
Rourke. T F. lots Sn. 31. blk. Is),
Asior addition to Astoria. Sc.. 4 47
Ituplut. A.lnlph. urkl S lol 1. 1
blk. 14, Prosiiect park addition
to Astoria, 4o 4 44
Rogers. J. M , 8 K 1, Sec. 31. T.
4 N . R lo W . I! acres. 17 14 . 13
Sonrl. J E . und of lot I, t
blk 14, Prospn t park addition
to Astoria, 4c 4 44
flcotl, Thomas tl , und 4 of 8 E.
i Sec. S3. T 4 N It 4 W . J
acres. II 3 14 47
Shaw. E. E. lot 33, blk . Hill's
First addition In Aslorla, 13.17 , 4 34
Smith. John It, lots 7. 15. 14. 17. is,
19. So. blk. 3. First uddlllon Id
(lenrhart Park, on Clatsop
Beach, In Claim. p county, Ore
gon, as laid out and recorded
by John II Smith and Minnie
Smith, tl 31 II 0
Smith. S II. S.W. t of N W. 14
Sec. 31 T. 4 N . It 1 W., 40
acres; also, begin In S E. ror
of Sol. Smith I) U C, hounded
on 8 by 8. line or said claim,
on W. by A. 8. C. It It. on
N. by N. line or said claim , E.
by E. line of said claim: also
all of said I) L. ('. Ivlng ut
Smith's lake and W. of Ueo.
Davidson's I K C. atul S. or
the leo. E. Chamberlain trnrt, '
excepl I he plat of lillewlld,
Se-s, 32, 33. T. 8 N., It 10 W.,
378 acres, 131 st 40 18
Sontom, Mulhlas, lots 12, 13. II, 1'..
14, 17. 18. 1, 20, II. 23. blk. 37.
Prosiect park Extension addi
tion to Astoria, ?or 14 11
Silencer. Peler L , lof I, . &, 4,
blk. 11. North addition, as laid
out and recorded E. A. Noyes,
&4f 7 37
Standard 1 41 lid Company. N "-j ot
N.W. 14. 8 W. I-, or N W. n,
N.W 14 of S.W. li See. 14, T. 4
N.. It 4 W.. I0 acres, s0,,.. 1773
Stanley, C. I) , S. tf, of 8 W.
Sec. t. N. H of N.W. U See. 4.
T. N It 4 W., lrti acres, 110 93 II 74
Stevens, It F., begin 133 fl. 8. ami
Kl) ft. E. of cor. of Sees. 2, 29.
32. 33, Ihence E. ft. 8. 24
SO K. .)3 ft, W. 804 4 ft, N.
24' 30- W. 2!7.8 ft lo beginning
Sec. S3. T. I N It 10 W., i
acres, 33.02 S 23
Strong, Mary T., lot 2, blk. 32, Mc
Cltire's Astoria: lots 1, 2, 7, 8.
blk. 115, McClure's Aslorla, na
extended by Cyrus Olney: lots
1. i. I, 4, 4. 4. 7, 4, 9, 10, II, 12,
13. 14. 14, 14, blk. 12: lots 1, 2. 3,
4. B, 4. 7, 4. 4. K, 11, 1!. 13, 14, 14,
14, blk. 8, Chelsea: lots 15, 24,
tract 1, sulsllvlslon of I.Ik, 24,
Olney's Addition to Aslorln, ns
Inld out and recorded hy Hus
tler A Aiken, executors; lots 9,
10, tract 1, subdivision of blk.
4. Olney's nddlllnn to Astoria,
ns laid out and recorded hy
Hustler Aiken, executors:
lots 4, 4, hlk. 24, Aldertirook,
1.19. M 104 47
Stone. W. A., lots 15. 14. Mk. 14,
Railway addition to Aslorla, 29c I DO
flttinrt, D. M.. lots 17, ffl, blk. 4.
Hustler' Astoria, ns Inld out
and recorded by Astoria Invest
ment Co., S9(? S 00
Buter. Daniel, liegln st Intersec
tion of B. line of Fourth st,
with W. line of D st. of Chel
ken Rnllrond addition lo As
toria, thence westerly along
said H. line of Fourth t. 300
ft., thence southerly and paral
lel with snld D st. 208 ft.,
easterly nnd parallel wllh sold
Fourth st. 300 ft. lo westerly
linn of P st. thence northerly
Along westerly line nf D, si. lo
beginning Sec. 27, T. 4 N., R.
10 W , 1 acre. 51e I 48
Swensen, N. P., lot 1, blk. 8, Alder
brook. 18.44 10 40
Tnvlor, Robert A., fl W. Vt Bee. .
T. 5 N., n. 4 W., 1W neres, 19.44 17 43
Taylor, Ronhln, tide Innd In Sees.
23, 24. T. 8 N., R. 8 W., 45.03
acres, 13.33 II 70
Thatcher, Annie I,., lots 15, 14, blk.
7, Elk Creek Bench No. 1, as
lulrt out and recorded hy Paul
E. Hickman, 5c (04
Thompson, H. C, lot 27, 24, 29 30,
blk, 3, West Warrenton, hit I,
blk. 14; lol 4, 4, 7, , . 10. It,
II, blk. II. I.nurel Park adilllloii,
ns recorded by II. l Thompson,
Thompson, K. P, hd II, blk. II;
lots I, 7, 4, blk llt l.'IS 4, It, 4, Hlk.
9ii; lot I, blk, 91, Wiinviinui,
Thoinpson, Mi rill I,., lul I, 4, E,
t ut 8 W. V, See. 14, T 4 N.,
It 4 W 111 u( acres, iu,
Treiiclmnl C, J , lul I. blk. II. Mc
t 'lure's Astoria', lota I, 4, 4. 4,
blk 41. Shlvely's Aslorla. lots
31', i, blk. 37, Hill's 1'lrsl ad. II'
lion In Aslorla; lot 4. 4, Iruct
11, sulsllvlslon of blk. 4, Ol
ney addllloii lu Aslorla. as
laid out and recorded by Hus.
Her A Alhen, executois, 111 31 .
Trent-hard, I' J , estate of, lul t,
3, 4. N , 7. 4, blk. IM lot 4, ink
ft Mi-Clule'a Asliulal lot 4, Idk
101; lots I, 14, blk. II.', Mo
Clure's Aslorla, a molded by
Cyrus Olnev, lrt W
Tfinblay. II It, hits 43, 14, tract
I, sulsllvlslon oi block II, Ob
ney's addition 10 Aslorla, a
laid out and recorded by Hus.
Her 44 Aiken, execumrs, II 4 ,
Tronseii, ver, 8 W, I of S.W. Vt
N. H of 8 W, t,. H W. 14 of
aw, ti Bee 4, T. I N , II, 4 W.,
14 acres, l44...,.
Turk. Frank, K. S lol t. blk 111,
Shlvely's Aslorla. II! 47
I'hlenhurl. Sue W , lot I, blk 4.
Warrettlou, 4xc ,, .
rid.tihiirl. W I., S lol 7, hlk
;. Adair's I last uildlllon lo As
VaiiEllen, Mary A, lol 17, blk .
I'lalsop llroe, lc
VattOusen, llranluiin and II H ,
lols l, ju. blk is. Flavel Center,
a laid out by VY 1 ll.ie. II. Iv-
Walker, J W,, bus 11, 43. Had 3.
sutstlvlsioii of Idk !.1, Olney s
.uldlllon lu A'tnlla, s laid mil
and recordeel hy Hustler
Alkeu. exei'illurs, II isl
Wanlell, James, lols II, 19. Idk II,
Hallway ad1l!tot to Astitria, rc
Wallman. I.'ea. lot I, . blk I A
M. I'lure s a. billion, as rel.ndrd
by Crus olin ; 8 K. S of
N.W l, 8.-e, r;. T 7 N . It
W , kl aorea, .' 77 ...
Welo-rg. John P. lol l, Idk IS
i'lalsop ilrove, l!c
Weed. Flora K, lol I, blk 1; lol la,
Idk 3 olney, f-
Whs, lock. John it, lot 7, blk P.
AMerbrotik. li a
Wheeler. P. II, ami Woodwurth
Chas i: . 8 i of 8 I.'. t H.c 20,
N. H '' N K. See rs. T. t N .
II W . ia acres, Rl M . ,
WhlliomU It W , lot I. hlk It's
M i'lure s Aslorla. as extended
by Cyrus Olney, It 11
Whlleiunls W. P , lols 3, 3, Idk. !'.
und H tot 4, blk lo. McClure's
Astoria, as eilendeel by Cyrus
Olney. Ul 34
Williamson. John, ratal of, 44 ft.
lot 7. hlk Xi. McClure's Astoria;
also begin 310 rt W. of 8 K. or
of la ml sold hy J. Williamson
lo tl ilrwike, ss ier recoro of
deed 11, pag JCI.-8. TV ft, W,
to channel of Nse-onlcum,
I He nee down said river I 08 VI.
cur of Orslks tract. K lw ft
to beginning See , 31. TIN,
It 10 W . I acre, IT 44
Wllllama. tleorg W.. lots t 4, idk
3, Hallway addlllon to Aslorla.
Wln.iilst. Seih. Ixs II. n. blk. I.
Aslorla. a laid out ami record,
ed by Martin Foard, 4V
Wltlell. II. II. I.ds II. 13. blk 4,
Railway s.Hlllon to Aslorla. 3e
Wlnne. M. A . lot S4, hlk. a. New
Wotat. Jamss, estate of, lot 4. blk
47, McClure's Aslorla. aa ex
tend by Cyrus olney, MM
Woodworlh. C. C. blk i. High
land Park addition lo Astoria.
Worihelmer, Fre.1. lol 1, blk .
Young's addition lo Aldrrbrook.
Ylngst. Joseph R . lots IV I. 30,
blk. 3. Powell' addlllun lo
Eas Astoria. 41c
Young. Maxwell, K It lol 4, Idk
li; 8 S lota la, II. blk li: 8
lot 13, blk. 14, AldrbriHk. lota
13. II. blk 1; lot '. IT, blk I.
Iota 31, 33. 13. 31. li. 34, 3T. hlk I.
Young's addition to Aldertirook,
Young, Edward T bus 13. II. 14. 14.
17, in, blk. 41. North Paclilo
addition lo Astoria, lie
Young. Nathaniel, begin at 8 E.
cor or O. I Young Homestead
rlalm. N 3.110 ft. W. in 14 It.
S 3.310 ft, E. 377 II ft lo lagin.
nlng Sec. 14, T 4 N . It I YV
3u acres. Ill 37
Young. Charles, begin at N E. ror.
of 8 E. I4. Ihence W. so chs.
8 17V, rhs, E 3U chs. N 1.',
chs. to beginning, rx. rpt a strip
S fl Wills deeded to Ills clly,
of Aslorla. Sec. . T. I N., It
9 V., 34 a acres. 4', 41
Zan, M. ami F., und, Vx lot 14, blk.
I, Flavel Center, as laid out by
W. E. Warren. He
Astoria Subsidy (luiir.inly I'oni.
pony, lols . 7, 4, 13. 13, II. Idk.
, tract A, of olney's addition
10 Astirta( as laid out and re
corded .y Hustler A Aiken, rx-c-ulurs,
Astoria Subsidy (luaranty Com
pany, lols II, 12, 11. II, 11, HI,
blk. 9, Melrose addlllon 10 As
toria; Iota 1, 1 hlk. 3: lots 10,
31, 33. blk. 5, Irving llelstils;
lots 1. 3, 4, 4, 4, 4. 7, 8. B, lo, 11,
12. blk. II, Columbia u. Million 10
Aslorla; lols 1, 4, blk. 1.1, North
addition, ns laid out and record
ed hy E. A. Noyes; Iota 4, II,
tract A, sulsllvlslon of blk. 34,
Olney's addition lo Aslorla, a
laid out and recordeel by Hus
tler 4V Aiken, executors; lot II,
blk. 114, McClure's Astoria, as
extended by Cyrus Olney; N ,
of N.E. of N W. Hee. 17,
T. 4 N.. It. 9 W hi acres; N.W.
I I of N.W. I, of 8 W. li Sec. I,
T. 4 N., It lo W., in ai res; N.K.
11 of N.W. li See. 4, T. 7 N,
It 9 W., 40 acres; N.W. I, of
S.W. t of B E. V, Sec. 13, T.
8 N., It 8 W., 10 acres; In the
S.W. cur. of Hie following: He
gin at meander post between
Sec. 21, 28, on right bank of
Young's river, Ihence N. 37
42' E. 14 93 rhs., N. 43' K. 12,14
chs , W, 3fl,38 chs., S. 4 so W.
4.17 chs., 8. 44' W. 17.1 chs., K.
12 chs, 10 beginning Bee. 21, T.
8 N,, It. 8 W 8 acres; B. of
N.W. V, ot N.K. Vi Bee. 23. T.
8 N., It 9 W 90 acres; begin
10 rhs. N. of S.W. cor. of Sec.
23, thence N. 10 chs., P., 20 chs ,
S. 10 chs., W. 20 rhs, to begin
ning Sec. 23, T. 9 N., It 9 W
20 acres; Is-gln 1.54 chs. N, of
8. lino of Sec. 28, at S.W, cor.
of an nn-acro tract, thencs N.
10 chs., W. I chs., 8. 10 rhs., E.
t chs. to ben I nnlng Sec. 38, T. I
N., H. 9 W 4 acre; W. t, of
S.W. t4 of N.W. Seo. 25, T.
8 N., H. 9 W , 30 ucres; S. nf
S.W. VJ of N.W. Sec. 32, T.
I N., It 9 W., 20 acres; begin at
N.W. cor. of L. Taylor D, L,
C, thence B. 40 rds., 10. 63V4 rds.,
N. 40 rds., W. 53Va rds. to begin
ning Sec. S3, T. 8 N It 9 W.,
19.30 acre; begin nt S.E. cor.
of lot 1, thence W. 721.31 ft, B.
403.91 ft, E. 721.81 ft, N. AtiS 01
ft lo lieglnnlng Seo. 45. T. 8
N It. 9 W 10 acres; 188.8.131.52
Notice Is hereby given Hint on Monday,
the 2lilh day of June, A. I). 18IK1, nt the
hour of 10 o'clock a. m. of snld day, In
front of and at tho court house, door, In
the city of Astoria, In said county and
state, I shall .proceed lo sell the above
described real eslatn at public auction
to the highest bidder for cosh In llnllod
Stales gold coin ut lime of sale, subject
lo redemption, to satisfy tlio warrant,
costs and all nccrulng costs.
(Signed.) JAMES W. MARE,
Sheriff of Clatsop County and ex-Ofllclo
Tax Collector. '