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About The daily morning Astorian. (Astoria, Or.) 1883-1899 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 21, 1897)
TIIK UAtLY AST0K1AN, SUNDAY MOUNINU FKBUllAKY M. 1P7.
u . Ill
Udles VValWne Chnpc
Durable School OUUCo
Rubber Boots, Etc.
S John Habn & Co.
479 Commercial St.
Maximum, temperature, 43 degrees;
mnimuim temperature, M degrees; pre
cipitation. .22 Inch.
Total precipitation from September L
1B!6, to dat, .H feuinn.
Excess precipitation from Septem
ber 1. ISM to dMe, 17.1S Inches.
, . . TODAT'8 WEATHER.
For Western Washington and We
em Oregon OouadbauU rain.
For Eastern Oregon and Eastern
Wsshlngton Occasional snow.
Mver; Mm. Nelson. Mm. C. . Won.
J. B. Machado, Olaf Olsen and max
Erkxwn, Lewi and Clarke; T. Wooten.
North Shore; A. Maxim and Ed Lo-
At noon yesterday Superintendent
Morrison, of the Western Vnlon Tele
graph Company, say a tt snowed In
chunks at Gearhart Park. In fact, one
block of now was so large that It
knocked him off his spider.
The post office J1 be open tomor
raw. Washington's birthday, from to
10 a. m., and 5 to p. m. There will
be one carrier's delivery In the morn
tug In the business distrlot. The money
order and registry department win
The meettnar of the Kesoue Club last
night wan a most Interesting one, and
the program one of the best ever pre
wilted. Among those who took part
In the exercises were Miss Abble Dyer,
Miss Jennie El IKK t, Mrs. A. A. Cleve-
laml. Mum Dickie Bird. Mr. Duncan
Stuart. Mrs. E. S. Wood. Rev. Mr.
Koillngvr. The committee of program
for next week Is Mrs. A. A. Cleveland.
Mbw Dickie Bird and Mr. Duncan
mlmvim kitd i AO ouv mow K noser ilsi'rof Utsritr tut tobawo In n 1
Warrenton Is the Best...
Bold and G mu-Mnteed by Chas, Rogers, Druggist
Any person or person detected In
tjroakuig rite fences or otherwise tres
passing upon the property of the Elavel
IjuuI and Investment Company will te
submit to arrest sod fine.
This order will be rigidly enforced.
The Klavel lind ami Investment Co.
J. M. Tl'RNKT, Sec.
Flavel, FtrutM-y 10. 1SST.
All mentlvr f Court Astoria No. S.
(Wwwters of Amerkxi. tv requesteil to
m- In thr hull this afternoon at
j o'clock p. m. Grand Court officers
will be present.
AKCH McLKAN. C. R.
Att.-st J. W. WIU.IAMS.
TO RKAttERS. Th Dally Astorlsa"
ua taint twte a siach roadlsg sastter a
aay othr paper pablUhed Is. Aitarts. It
Is Ik oaly papr that pmnU 1U radr
ltk a dally tlcrphki report.
TO ADVERTISERS. Th "Daily A-
rlaa' has ssr thaa twle as aaay read
r a aay hr paper paMUhed la Asto
ria, n U tkrfr nr tkaa tvle as
ItaU f Orefoa. (
Ooaaty of Clatsop.
W. th nlH, laeal saaaair
rpeUty r tk WMtcra Talos aad
PMtal TlTapk eospaol. rby ear.
Ufy that th "Daily Astarlaa" Is th oaly
pap paMUned Is AMris nblcb sow r
1ts. r at any tin darlsf aar eobtrl
f aaM Moss has rclnd. a tlRTphl
prss rapart. B. D. JOHNSON,
Xaaacr W. V. t. Co.
Jf. R. CLARK,
Manar rastal Tml. Co.
TO ITRE A t llin IN 0K lAV.
(Take lasatlve Hromo Quinine lat'ieis.
All druKRlsts refund the money if
falls to cure. 23c. For sale by Chs
Of course, the atagv can be elevated.
Teahnhiy nine persona tHk thi- civil
service examination. Twelve wire to
be examined, but only nine put In an
appearance. Ttiey werw Haro" Clra)1,
Georg Mcltrlde. son of Circuit Judge
MoBrlde: Andrew Palfc-tty, Ernest
vuh.41 Abraham Clark, principal of Mr. Ward U Smith, of Frederlck-
tha West Astoria school; Joseph Lee. 'town. Mo., was troubUM with chronic
A. Cyru. Harry Youn. and CbarK diarrhoea, for over thirty years. He
HeUborni. AU avre examined for drat J had become fully satlonoi that It waa
trade certlfloiktesL wbjuh auallnea on. i only a Question of a short ttms until
for day Inspector or clerk. The result i rra wwild have u give It up.
of the examination will N? made known
THE CC1MING OF BAUY.
Wtn a bUy comos to tlto house real
happiness conxx .Tit car and anx
iety ixmnt for nothlmc ainUnst the cling
lrt touch of the little hands and th
sound of the little voloe. The highest
function riven to hunu.n leings Is
bringing lusUthy, happy oltlldrett Into
the world. Over thirty yours ago the
need of woiitn appewJod to Dr. Tier',
imw chhf consulting physKHan of the
Invihlkls' Motet aiul 8urv1-al lnmttute.
of Buffalo, New York. The result of
his study Improved by thirty years of
prita'tlcw I enlHnllel in Dr. lKrce' Fa
vorite Droirttlon, It Mrengtltona, pu
rifies and miiki-s hi'althy the organs
dlwtinotly fniliils. It glvos wik
iiKii the strength nd rentth neoce.u-y
f.r the production of healthy clvlldrn
and It makes the heanng of those chll-
dron easy. It Is sure to cure any weak
imms or ilemngrinisivt eoullar to wo.
m.'ii; stoa pain, soothos Infiammalln.
slreigthens. purtlWa, Invigorates.
THE CENTER OF DEVELOPMENT
ON THE WEST SIDE
Everybody knows that Warrenton values will soon bo
doubled. It Is distinctly the best property
on the market.
Fine large level lots, surrounded by many Improvements,
at very low prices.
Is It not a fine Investment?
The most unhealthy city In Europe Is
llarcolona, Spain. The number of
deaths there at present exceeds the
number of births.
A WOO LETTBIt
Any perwns wanting lrP piling, ivr
nvpond lth Mogue A Young, tk
Vw Wiltrot i'tni Turf. No
cure no 1'hv. For t Ktt-tes-Conn
ru fM- f
in about a month.
This week, the domino party.
Dr. Howard, Homeopathlst, oAos &SI
Ekstrom has the only complete stock
of Jewelry In the dry.
Mr. C. R- HigginS left for Portland
Uat everSng on a snort visit
Bats yoo any Jwiry that needs re
pairtncl Take tt to Ekstrom's.
EngHteer O. B. Hegardt and family,
of Fort Stevens, left for Portland last
At the rafTle given tot the benefit
of Mr. Cabanese, Jack Eyles was the
winner of the cane,
John M. Smith and A. Forsyth yes
terday made iproof on homesteads be
fore County Ckk Dunbar.
Mr. J. Q. Jamleson, chief engineer of
the A. & C. R. R. R- . returned yester
day from a trip over the line.
The most attractive and Inexpensive
Ugnt furniture of bamboo made to or
der at M Commercial street
Tb.e only "Queen" heater for sale only
by Fisher Brothers. Call and be con
vinced. Beware of Imitations.
It is rumored that quite a squall, a
regular sou 8h wester, struck one the bus
iness offices of the city yesterday.
- Miss Alice Munseil. the optician, has
engaged quarters m the Mansell build
trig, and lll be ready for business In
a few day.
It was reported last evening that two
skiffs were engaged. In the afternoon,
dragging the river for the remains of
the late Captain Swenson.
Captain J. P. Betts, of Portland, who
was in the city yesieroay, says xnai
Portland Is all right, and that busings
is Improving in the metropolis.
The Webfout ConmWHSton Comrany is
making extensive Improvements in
ktf Store, and generally cleaning
house preparatory for the spring trade.
General Land Agent W. D. Goeslln.
of the A. & C. R. R. R . returned yes
terday from Portland, and reports that
Mr. Hammond will probably leave for
New York tonight.
Six carloads of ttnplate are on the
way from the east for the Elmore can
. nery, and It is rvvjrted thart four more
carloads have bwn ordered by one of
the c&nnortes at Ilwaoo.
The weather had Intermittent fever
yarterday, and it was reported that dur
ing one of the speJls of sunshine a
wrkiiuui on one Astoria's ky
SoraperH, was sunetruck.
A contumer from CWcago will be at
Flavel's bank buiMing Sunday, Mon
day and Tuenday, to attend the wants
of purtles wishing suits for the German
masquerade Tuesday evening.
There were a large mumber of visit
ors In from the country yesterday.
Among "those noticed on the streets
were Cnarl Guillaund, Oiney; William
Lovert, N. B'jsier, Younp's River; Wil
liam Andi-rson, H. C. Praedsd'd, Deep
te treated by ooe of the best phy
sicians la Europe and America, but got
ii relief. One day he- picked up a
Inquiries arnongs. th business men newspaper and I chanoed 1 to "
of the city yesterday showed that not-1 - "T' " . , "
withstanding the nasty weather, andj-wien -
dSness. there was a brighter tle of It. a,td the first doss
a""" "i""" t wi ..1 . ...ntlmiM.1 iuk cured
feeling and a general air of W'jr"7r-"rZZ,.r.
time all over the city. Much enoour- - 1
agement Is feit because of the great , A curious shaped plant grwlng In Art-
amount of -work being done on the 1 xomK and other desert regions or the
railroad, and the prospect of Its early southwest la called "Our LonVs
completion. Property-owner, too, have ! Candlestick."
oaujilt the fever, and are beginning to I 1
think there si now a good chance for Memory is a tittle treacherous now
them to see factories located on some j and then, and causes one to forget
of their vacant lots before they die. . myme things worth remembering, unless
lone has an experience tike that whlcn
irm to Mr. D. E. East. Moffatfs
From the rtrk of the Circuit Court.
Fernandlna, FU.. Feb. 1.
Mr. J. deorge Suhivr. Druggist. City:
IWr Oeictre: Please sotxl a lotlle
of Chamberlain's Cough RenwMy. 1
wiuld not f4 easy If I know there was
none of this valuable remedy in the
house. I have given It a fair test and
consider It one of the very best reme
dies for croup that I have ever found.
One dose has always been sufficient, al
though I use It freely. Any old iny
children contract yields very readily
to this medicine, I on conscientiously
recommond K ftc croup and colds In
children. Yours respectfully.
OEO. E. WOLFF.
Sold by Estes-Conn Irug Co.
A letter was received yesterday from Mr u- r-
- . . ! Ha B. aH V It t tV. OS. v ssv J -
for Rowland. Mr. 3ovey says be wa. sunenmt J-" - " "
somewhat surprise at the appearance and found no relief untU I ook Sim-
of the town. It has a population or
abcHU 5000 and the houses are built """" " . '
closely as possible. There are bnt Wetw wnwul """-
few bulklinga of any CTWisequence in ; .
the town. The principal street is dui , -j idsslng occurs In Japan exceit
four bkjcks in length and the general between husband and wife, nut even
appearance of the town is that of a between a mother and child.
woolly western mining camp. Mr. So-1 . .
vey says in his letter that business RQYAL fctLKltig Powder.
is quite trtek end that the people of ... , ;
".'A''-'- " - - m
Strength L S OnmMt Rtport
the town expert a great increase
population the coming summer.
I luie learl I am
incline! to bellexe ttwt Soplda Hchulti.
the tmisec.it Ing witness In ! ow
(veii'llng agsJivst me In the court, has
in Urit.Hl aiwy by my enemies, and
believing UuH her own tesUmony win
tw. the Ix'eit prf of my InisntRi, I
hereby t(teT a n-ward of tJO fr any
lnrmatton as to h-r hervsJwuta that
will enable me to have Imt si-rved alth
a subp.na. - EWTES.
Salton St-a Salt for bti. at
the Kstps-Conn IW Store
10c and 25c per packasrf .
WANTED Hltua lion by giM Japan
ese rook; sxeellent referent. Address
H. K. A.. U Commercial street, city.
"WB Tw NOT WANT !"YH OH
kwtfer lo write, luil men of ability,
f.'ixt to l.'.mt ior month, aitlnry or cum.
mission. Slate and general iunnugira.
ItACINE El UK ENOINE ' lidcln.
l-XR HALE A qumitlty of h.nuholi!
tuinllure, at rHuio4ioble pri.' Apply
MH Ami or stTeot.
8EA8IDK LUMPEIt YAHP,
OFFICE JM COMMERCIAL HT.
Mr. William Harder, th genial gen
eral agent of the freight department
of the Great Northern Railway, with
A teachers county Institute will be
held at Astoria th last week In Fb
ruary. Thursday, Friday and Saturday,
the 25th. 26th. and STth Inst. Supt.
Irwin. Pre, Chapman, and Pres. Camp
bell will be present. An excellent pro-
rm hm bM.n arranged. Day sessions
will be held at MoClur. school house; J
Evening sessions at the Methodist
Church. All are Invited to attend.
II. 8. LYMAN.
Bulletin No. 13. Issued by the agri-' The Yellow river is styled the "S.C
i m.ni wottnn t Can al- row of China." it is estimated that Its
lis has lust been received. It contains floods in the present century have ct
complete and thorough exposition of China u.uw.uw lives.
the methods of flax culture. Information
... . , TO ft t: fl.l I n 4K !AT
concerning the proier method of sowing t.m-.
haresting and preparing the flax for ' . 7" T. "
market. These monthly bulleuns are
nMn..tn nf vrMat tr th& farmers
of the state and can be had for the P""1"'
asking. It believed tnat Clatsop
fam.ers can profit by the suggestions
on flax culture and that If they would
read these bulletins on other subjects.
such as dairying, frult-ralslng, etc.,
v. M..,t KMar ran
u e er expert a blessing In a place of wor-
be successfuly raised In this state, and ...... , , , . ,, . .
- Tw. rtfihlp." All h-nt doubters Invited. A
-All dniBKlsts refund the mony If It
fails to cure. 25c. For sale by Chas.
M. E. Chun-h Subject for morning
rmon. "What Is Worship?" Evening.
I "What is a blessing, and may a doubt-
Every head of red clover cnslts I
of about 50 flower tula. each of which i
vmtjLlns an Infinitesimal quantity nflAa nn udvertlnlnu medium
honey. 'tlepenclt umn lt ijeiiern
13 LIFE WORTH LIVINO? I clrctiltitlon ittnonu n delr-
If there is an Individual on earth ul.le cluem .f people, nnd lt
who Is excusable for thus Intirrogating I mu,,tjmj in the cniimi(ilt.V,
himself. It Is the. unhappy ntortai wno
u(T-rs from malariu In some one or
Its diabolical forma. This is no dlltlcult
conundrum, however. Life Is worth
living by any man or wianan who en
joys good health, and Is not harrassed
by a reproachful conscience. The ma
larial sootirge, heavily lakl on. Is a
tTrlbht one for the poor sufferer to en-
dure. A series of freexlngs, sonrchlngs I
awl sweats the lest lesvlmt otw as advantuuen
: t' . . 1 I. .
Fresh fnm tl mills for 17 fishing
Every Iwll gurantee1. Pleas rport
any 1mifll..i IIEWAItE OF IMI
TATIONS. Every hall must I markixi
"MAIIH1IALL A CO.. 8HIIEW8HUIIT
MILLS" Manufaoturwl from selected
fiax secially for COLlMBIA RIVER
Fiaill Nil. We tiiat every ball brs
Die MARSHALL lalei.
. 1. . , lo. 11. u. u. M ply Mi
12. 13, M. 15. l-ply 50's.
7. . . 10-ply 30 s.
t5i CO., Agenis
41H Houtl Ht.. AnttirlM
sj)W ia Attention Psld loHtesuibiwl R
rirst class llorsoiliiMiuig. fto.
LOGGING CANIP D10RH A SPECIALTY
I0T OI.NKY STImI. MasS
.SNAP A KODAK.
.1 any will Minim out "
our aiur a4 you'll ! a
portr.il ol s bi brlismii'.
eter wllh pleasant llioudhl.
I Much qualltr In I Ht""'-
w bT lo utter arv snuugti l
jcOMtf AND THY TIIKM
A. V. AUL1CN,
Groctrlf , Flour, PeeJ, Provlilont. FtulU
Vetble, Cwkery, Gl n4
Plated Wire. LogierV Suppllrs.
Car. Totfc and Comrosrelal strssta
Astoria and Columbia
ptistneeinen fully hot It of tlieste
Hon for the cultivation of flax and es-; r. wm meet ai a. .u. .-,u.,
tabllshment of spinning mllU. Capital p"" e o.u, .-v.
i. -.a- a -.otHnc r. -rfnhii-h fl Members
m iiw sMiis " --- j
gplnning mil's here whenever the (tax
will be received after the
morning sermon. J. J. Walter, pastor.
Washington making every prepare-1 funeral class meeting, led by the pss-!mp tPHngtbles as A dlshrsg,
are hard, indeed, Tec urrkng as tnsy uo
with fiendUh regularity. Hostetter'S
Stomach Hitters Is the w.H-ld-wld
known preventive and curative for this
cla of maladies, either In the form
of ague and fever, bilious r-mUtek,
dumb ague and ague cake, l tsyi wiu
perslirtonc they wtlT. rely spTm It,
eradUate from the systen. They also
otm'tuer rlwumntiSnV kidney and bla1
der cmplalnts, nervousness, dyspepsia,
liver ofnplalnt and constipation, and
renew falling strength.
Hoss, Higgins and Co.
Mr Thomas Parker, who made a
trip Into lh5 country yesterday, says
that the roads were very muddy, and
in such bad condition as to render them
almost Impassable. He brought a cow
and calf to the city, and oould scarci-ly
get them along. In one place his hors
slipped into a bole and MI down, pin
ning Parker's lg underneath. For
tunately he extricated himself and suf
fered only slight bruises. Rancher
Sharp also came to the city, bringing
with him a handstome pure blood Al
dwmey. Bridge-tender Fisher, at the
Walluski bridge, who has been sick
for some time. Is now Improving and is
busily engaged planting his gardpn.
Ranchers report that they have large
quantities of wood piled up, and that
their dairy Interests are now In first-
class condition. Milk Is plentiful, feed
fairly good, and soon gilt-edge butter
will be produced for the market. Ev
ery where the people are red hot on
the road question. Nearly all of the
farmer? In the district are grubbing
and cleaning off their fields, and pre
paring for the spring plowing, which
will soon commence. The dike on Mor
gan's place broke during one of the
recent storms, MiXKlIng his entire ranch.
There were no complaints or ary
The staple good Japan
tea is Schilling's Best.
The price is so low that
to call it good is to seem to
lie about it
The grocer gives your
money back, without a word,
if you want it That don't
look like lying, does it?
A Schilling; a Company
Swedish Lutheran Church Kenlfl-
In the morning in Swedish. English
services at 7:45 p. m. Text, Acas, 2:37
42. Thrne, "The Three Ttiousana, or
the Great Revival." Sunday week
Rev. Carbsrm will preach in Swedish
both In the morning and In the even
ing. The pasfrt- will proaeh in Melville
school house at 10:30 in Swedish and
at z p. m. in tngiisn.
Congregational Church Preaching at
11 a m. Topic, "Forgetting God." Sun
day sohool at 12:lj; Junior Endt-avorer
at 3:45; Y. P. S. C. E. at 6:30. Evening
service topic, "The Flaming Guard
Ian," fourth of a series on early Mole
narratives Illustrated in our lives. All
Thre will the usual servlcs at the
PrKsbyterlan church today. Ser
vices In the morning at 11, In the even
ing at 7:30. Sunday school at 12:15;
Y. P. 8. C. E. at 6:30. The pastor will
preach both morning and evening.
Henry Mamotte, pastor.
There will be the usual services at
the Rajtlst church, twday. The sub-
J of the morning sermon, "Hteaa-
fastnesH of Christ." Of that In the
evening, "The First Christian Martyr."
All are cordially Invited to worship
with this church.
The day Is ending,
The night is descending,
The marah Is frozen.
The rivor Is dead.
The snow recommences.
The burled fences
Mark no longer
The road o'er the plain;
While through the meadows,
IJke fearful shadows.
An funeral train.
Parker House C. H. Wheeler, Neha-
lem; Jaimes Thompson, Portland; L. Mi
Occidont Charles Wernshawk, M. E
rimer, flam Franoisco; J. P. Betts, G.
M. Strond, K. F. Wilson, Portland
C. C. Dalton, J. B. Morrison, Ilwaoo;
O. B. Hrardt. 1. G. Kelly, Fort
GROCERS & BUTCHERS
Astoria anJ East Astoriu
Choke Fresh and Salt Meats
Baths and Halr-dresslnff
107 Twelfth St.
Plain Baths 25c
Vapor Baths Wc
Medicated Batiis (all kinds) VC
Shampooing and Pressing of Hair.. 50c
Dressing of Hair 23c
Manicuring the Finger Nails 25c
Foot treatment 600
WING LEE. 543 Commercial St.
V. U. WOHH
Reol HstQU and Insuropce
Trains lav Hvasld for Astoria at
I SO a m. and 1p m. dally.
Trains lsv Astoria for riavtl St
s. m. snd p. in. dally.
Trains "sv Astoria for Hessid i
10 M 4. m. and 4 a. m. dally. '
Trains lvs Flkvtt for Astorts at
a. m. snd I t x. is. daily.
WHITE C011AR LINE
1HE STEAlif TtLEPHONt
Astoria and Portland
Telephon Uavs Astoria dally
cpt Hunday at 7 p. m. leaves Port
land dally axcept Hundsy at T a. m.
T. J. Potter leaves Astoria at 7 a m.
dally exrrpt Sunday. Leaves Portland,
dally at I n. m., "dhday exempted. Pal-
urdays at 11 P- m.
Tleksu good on both boa l a
U. . BCOTT. Pnldot
E. A. 8ely. Agent. lortlsnd.
C. W. Pton. Agent. Astoria.
Telephon No. II.
no n.rvr.iTii sr.
v with K. A. Taylor.
Golumbia Iron Works
.... and Boiler Hakers
Comer Eifhtetiith atrrt and franklin svi-nv
ASTORIA PUBLIC IiIBHARY
READINO ROOM rR TO ALL.
Opm svsry day itott I s'oloek I
and t.K to l P- a
Bubscrtptlon ratsa IS par annum.
8.W. COR. ELEVENTH DtJANB sTSV
A ooniplots stock of lumlur on hand
in the much or dressed. Flooring, rus
tic, celling and all kinds of finish; mold
ings and shingles. Terms reasonable
and prices at bedrock. All orders
promptly attended to. Office snd yard
at mill. H TU LUUA.N.
Beejrfde, Oregon. Proprietor.
J. B. WYATT,
PhoM N 6 Atlwls, Ora
HAINTH and OILH.
psclsl Att.sllos PsIS I Supplylai Skips.
GF0. NIC0LL, Assistant.
ropp's New Brewery
TICKCST CAN Rt
Instant relief for skin-tortured babies ami
rest for tired mother In a warm liath wi:h
Cdticcba Soap, snd a single application 'if
Cdticuba (ointment), the great skin cure.
The only ipeedy and economical treatment
for itching, burning, Maedlne, .aly, and
pimply humori of tbenklii, al;i.aui bUxnl.
IsiaoV ttlrvrarrinnttris VrrrM Pnttf.9 fCo AVD CIM-lest-
ConmnsTi"". Profirtofs. HnmUm.
kr--arv w Cure k.rj bbf fiiMt-,flniiM fn.
BABY BLEMISHES 'TC&C&'Zir
rin Munln. tltnai uf All Md. Tso.
Good Order and Everybody's Rights
ST ItlCTLT IHIIVKI.
rritrs Miry Sees is
foard 8 Stokes' Vindow.
FOARD & STOKKS
SrtCTATORS. 5)c: CHILDRCN, 25c.
OHUEH OP PUliLICATION.
the dreuft Court of the fltate of
Oregn, Mr the County of Clatsop.
Nowlefl, Plaintiff, vs. Oliver Blew-
art, at. C. George, Oeorge, his
wife, J. P. Ecklor, Eiklor, his
wife, D. M. fltuart. Kate B. Btuart,
tils wife. I. M. Klmbcr and Barah
Klmber, his wife, H. W. Weeks,
Geo. DeLano, Edith DeLano, his
wife. W. E. Stewart, and Lily
Htewart, his wife. Mary Elmore, B.
Ij. Dwyer, and the Astoria Savings
To W. E. Htewart. Lily Btewart. E.
L. Dwyer, Geo. DeLano, snd Edith De
Lano, of the above defendants, In the
name of the State of Oregon: You and
each of you are hereby required to ap
pear and answer the complaint filed
against you In the above entitled suit
by the first day of the next term of
the above entitled court, to-wlt: the
21st day of September, 1K'J; and If
you fall so to answer for want thereof,
the plaintiff will take decree against
you for the sale of certain lands In
Clatsop county. Oregon, for tne fore
closure of a mortgage executed by de-
fendant Oliver Stewart; said lands ar
particularly described In the com
niRlnt on file In this suit. Said lands
sr situate In sections 20, 29. and the
Donation Land Claim of Addison Jew-
att T S N.. K. W., and for sucn otn
... relief as nraved for,' snd shall be
AmA bv the court proper.
Service of this summons Is made
i.non vou by publication In the Weekly
....i.n nnrsiiant to order of the
Judge of this court made ths 21st day
nt Jillv. 18M. J. . A.
Attorney lor Plaintiff.
Coal. . ;
Groceries A Provision,.
Flour A Mill Feud, ;
Paints, Oils, Varnishes,.
Loggers Supplies,' '
Doors A Windows,
Agricultural 1 111 piemen t
Wagon s A Vehicles.
AHTOK1A IHUN WUHntl
Front St., foot of 4th, Astoria.
General Machinists and Boiler Makesr
lni aaa Marin Eaglnei. BoIlM work, Steaai
boat and Canntry Work a Specialty.
CaiDaft of All D.KHpHnni Mailt lo Ord.r o
Ssort NoMta. .
John Fox....PrsWnt aiylBuprintndnt
A. L. Fog i..'.,Vlc President
O. B. Prael Bwrtary
First National Bank Traurr
WHEN IN roRTLANT Call on Jno.
r. Handler ft Co.. U4 Third atrt, and
gat th Dally Astorian. Visitors ndi
not miss thU morning paper whUs thar.