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THK DAILY ASTOttLAN, SATURDAY MOKMNG, NOVKMKKK 5, I8M
a 1 -f s. O
JOHN T. LIGHTER, Editor.
Telephone No. W.
terms or evnscmmoN.
tent by mall, per year
Suit by mall, per month
starved by curler, per month
tnl by mill, per year, In advene. ..8.00
Postage free lo tuoecriutr.
All communications Intended for publl
oihn .hntild txi directed to the editor
Business communications of ll kinds
and remtttunces muit be addressed to
The Astorlan guarantee to Iti adver
titers ili lartjeet circulation of any
ewspaper jiuollshed on tri coiumo
Advertising ratca can b hid on appll
Uoa to the business manager.
Ther will be more Important work to
fct don within the next year than hai
confronted congress sine the day of re
construction. Among the problem! that
aoould b disposed of at the special i
Jon are the creation of 4 practical
cbeme of civil government for Porto
Klco, art-angina: an acceptable form of
protectorate in Cub and th rhlllpplnea,
th owitideratlon. of th report of 8na
ar Cullom'a Hawaiian commission and
the adoption of form of govern ment
lor that territory, reorganisation of n
judicial aretem of the Ulaada, plan
for assimilating their currency with th
American standard and th establishment
f a fiscal and tariff policy that will foo
ter American trad with the new pos
session. Although not all these are
partisan questions, lome of them are
ufncientlr o to glv th populists and
lilverite a pretext for embarrassing
the administration at every point by nos
tlte criticism. It Is certain that a iound
money majority will be requisite to bring
th currency of th new territories Into
harmony with that of the Cnlted State.
Thli li on of the problems of the war
that cannot b Intrusted to those who are
in a conspiracy to destroy our own cur
There U one method of meeting the
Cnlted State iuprem court decision by
th railroiu manager. They can form
octal clubs at the various great railroad
renters, and there hav casual meetings
and arrange a mutual understanding ai
gtr.tlemea 40 in matters connected with
social life, and thereby be. bound by word
f mouth which gentlemen recognise the
same as though In legal document form.
There is no doubt that the railroad man
agers ar much perplexed by th harsh
decision of tb supreme court, out they
tlalm that the roads ar now so busy
that the effect of th decision will not
lurt them now. But it certainly will do
so when business slackens off unless
some method Is adopted to hold them
together through a bond of honor or
otherwise, as without it the roads will
itrlke out as In times gone by for each
ether's customers. This Is sure to occur
with enterprising competitive roads In
dull times, but there Is no danger of this
now while all the roads have as much
business as they can handle. It is vry
evident that the various cliques have
put their shoulders under their specii.l
les to hold them up and bridge over the
adverse effect of the Cnlted States su
preme court decision, as they are war
ranted In doing uy the phenomenally
larg business that the roads are all now
doing, together with the Immensity of
the amount of stuff In sight that will
have to be moved sooner, or later. Hensy
BUSINESS ON THE SOUND.
Th showing made by the banks of
Seattle Is most remarkable. The par
tial reports which have been made from
time to time have prepared the public for
an Increase on a large scale, but when
the totals are "lven they assume pro
portions fur beyond those conceived by
ne unfamiliar with the daily business
of the banks.
Within one year there has been an in
crease In the amount of cash on hand
f nearly J3.250.000. while the Increase of
deposits has been over $5,000,000. One sig
nificant Item In the accounts Is that
which shows an Increase of 1,409 per cent
in cash In the savings banks. It is also
very noticeable that there is a large in
crease In the amount of deposits In the
other banks which seem to have the
largest run of small depositors. The per
centages of Increase both In deposits and
In cash on hand are exceedingly satis
factory, but as banks do not receive
money for the purpose n hoarding it up
in vaults, but of lending It out at inter
est, it Is the percentage of increase In
deposits which Is the best criterion of
prosperity. An Increase of nearly 200
Tier cent In little over a year is a won
derful manifestation of Increased local
resources. That the percentage of In
crease In cash on hand Is 408, shows that
many men who owed the banks money
have repaid them, while there has been
lest of a demand on the part of new bor-
ci x lJ w
t 1 . w
t a n v j ft I
n j rf J
Another Spaobfc Mctoryi 1 1
Kt't captur4 Rtttk Ax.
( You may be disappointed In war, in politics, or
(j in business, but you win never be disappointed
q It is the one chewing tobacco in the world that
( ) is amays the same good chew and the largest
O piece at the lowest price. Try it to-day.
Ct sissssss m m
Remember the name
C wi r tmt Mj r fw w-k
W W 'W W W W w w
Sttle Is in excellent condition finan
cially t met the future. The plcntlful-
ness of ea.h mans that ifie storrke. p
ers can buy for cifh In eas:rrn nar
kets. getting the highest quality at the
lowest price, and so giving the people of
th city tb best for the.r money. The
only person to complain will be the pop
ulist, who. seeing th lower prices at
which goods can be bough, this winter
will regard It an unmistakable sign of
A man has to have pluck to mike a suc
cess of any calling A man must hare the
backbone to take knock d wi hlowt and
grt up a;riin and ajriu and f.ht on.
Pluck and stamina are larg -lr a qHti.
of good health It only Utcs one knock.,
down blow to finish a man with a lir.i-.Uchc
It only Ukeanull setback to d.c-mctrt
a nervous and shaky man. A bilious. hrai
achy nun goes into bankruptcy a: the first
embarraMmtnt. A nervom r.iui who
not sleep at night and gvw up hakv in the
morning gives np the buttle of Uilnr at
the first discoura-n:ent. Dr. Pierce's
Golden Medical Ditcovery is the brt of
all health-makers and health keepers. It
makes pore, neb blood. It force out all
impurities and disease jrrrmv It does ma
make any difference what the disease mav
be called, so Ion? a it has it inception in
improper or insuiEcient nonrishinent this
great medicine will cure it. It may be
called dyspepsia, kidn-r die.ve, "liver
complaint," skin or blood disease, or nerv
ous prostration all these have the same
starting poiut. The "Golden Mtiiiol dis
covery" reaches that point It w ill cure
these diseases absolutely. None of them
can retain their hold on the system when
the arteries are filled with rich, pure blood
"lii5l ycr old " writes Mr. R ; ill. ioe.
of Lmvillt. Hrory Co . Mo. " Por i ) -r I
offered from torpid liver const inatiun sad indi
gefltton which wverelv iffectrl ray nervr Hy.
ins; to make my limj by bird wurk. I wuul l
keep oa il I would kaw to gwr up Vjn.e.
times mv friends would pick me up and carry me
to bed . v7ht litf. J tlep 1 emild ifrt w tortured
with horrible dreams. 1 took aii bottle of Lr
Pterae's (Volarn Medicm Duwrery It relir-ed
the pain in my back nd hetween my thoulclcn,
braced up iny oervra aad to-day I am a well
It is said that Mclnsonler. the artist,
had such a delicate sense of touch that
he could, with his eyes shut, Uy i,n the
exact amount of color ho wanted on a
Kiven spot If some one placed the point
of the brush upon it.
Luxuriant hair, of uniform color. Is a
beautiful head covering for either sex.
and may be secured by using Hall s Vege
table Sidllan Hair Renwr.
Sir Charles Burrell sit M years In the;
English house of commons, and In that
period made but one speech. That wai
In favor of a bill provldin thut house
maids should not be compelled to clean
windows from the outside.
That the blood should perform Us vital
functions, It Is absolutely nocesssary It
Bhould not only be pure but rich In life.
r!v!ng elements. These results are best
effected by the use of that wHl-known
standard blood purifier, Ayers' Sursapa
rilla Chairs are being made with the back
hintred to the rear of the seat and held '
in place by colled springs concealed In
t tie Blue arms to allow the UBer to I
the back as desired.
CASTOR I A
For Infants and Children
The Kind Yen Hare Always Bought
Signature of arffMZ&u
s f m m
W W W W w W W W J 0 W W w1
I A hndy support for typewriters Is
formed of a swtnglnit bracket attached to
the Me of a disk t swing around in
front of th operator when In use. a
mtvw lovkln It In position.
Brt ti yflsHx UinkMn lil
A handy cup for egg boiled In the shell
has slots near the edge of the Insertion
of a table knife to remove the top of the
shell, the cup having a removable lining,
so as to hold e,-g of different sites.
Mokl Tea poaltlvely cures tick headaeh.
lndlgetlon and conattpation. A delight-Mi
'herb drink. Remove all eruptions of
;tbe tkm, produdwj perfect completion.
1 or money refunded. 36 and M cent. For
, sal by Ete-0nn Drug Co.
For use In curling th hair a newly de
I signed Instrument has the ends of the
' torar flattened, to be heated and pres
I the hair, after It has been damped and
I wound on curl papers or crlmplnej pins.
TO CCRE A COLD IX ONE DAT.
I Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets.
! AH druggists refund the money If It falls
; to cure. cents, Tne genuine nas u. iv
;J. on eu(h tablet.
I!!ackmlths will appreciate a new an
vil with attachments consisting of
rl.implng prate, which Is fastened to one
end of the anvil and operated by a lever
to hold a piece of metal In position for
i In lvsT Mr. Thomas Mcintosh, o. Allen
town, Tenn.. had sn attack of dys-nt.'ry
which became chronic. "I was tre ited
by the best physitUtns In East Tennes
without a cure, he says. 'Finally
I tried Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and
iMarrhoea Remedy. After ulng ab ut
twelve bottles I was cured sound and
well." Kor sale by Charles R'-g-TB
! Self-closing umbrella are being manu
factured which shut up on pressing a
knob In the hundle. a number of springs
attached to the ribs drawlnr thm
uicalnst the handle when the knob Is op-
Bn th j9 l,r,i Kaw totf
J PLATED OUT.
Dull headache, palm In various parts of
the body, sinking at the pit of the stom
ach loss of appetite, feverishnes, pimples
or sore art all positive evidences of im
pure blood. No matter how It became so
It must be purified In order to obtain good
; health. Acker's Blood Elixer has never
Ifn"-' to cur scrofulous or syphilitic poi
sons or any other blood diseases. It Is
certainly a wonderful remedy and we sell
very bottl on a poaltlv guarantee.
For sale by Es tee-Conn Drug Co.
Fine feathers often make sorry Jail
i A BURE SIGN OF CROUP.
I Hoarseness In a child that's subject
! to croup Is a sure Indication! f the ap
proach of the disease. If Chy fberlaln's
Coutth Remedy Is given as sojn as the
child becomes hoarse, or even after the
crou"y cough has appeared, It will pre
vent the attack. Many mothers who
; have cfoupy children always keep this
i remedy at hand and find that it saves
them much trouble and worry. It can
always be depended upon and Is pleasant
to take. For sulu by Charles Rogers
The boy with made-over trousers takes
after his father.
j ira mho ion
f IM lino foil Haw Always Bougftt
THE BEST PLASTER.
.. piece of flrnnel dampened with
Chamberlain's Pain Isalm and bound on
to lliu affected ports In superior io any
p!f)sr. When troubled with pain In the
cheat or side, or a lame back, give it a
trial. You are certain to bu inoio t'ian
picas'! with the prompt relief which It
afforos. Pain Balm Is also a certain cure
for rheumatism. For sale by Charles
GRAND AVJ5NUK 1MPROVKMI5NT FROM
OTIl STMMTTO MRlKSTIUMf.
Notice Is hereby rtvon ttiat th s.-tmitit made lu- (Vdlntncw No, W Af (tt
city of Astoria, Orotpm, entitled "An rdltmiic ronflnniii ths Asseoemeiit ow
the 8peclJ Awessineiit lloll fur th Strenl ntruviutieiit hi Mm tltjr irf Astoria,
iVoiiMit, Knonn as 'Th IniprMvmneiit of (Irwii.l Avvniit, tiDit TwiuUjt Nlinti
Htrect to Thlrlv-lhlrd rUrwI.' " iproVrd tvt4nr , I, will l duo nn.t paviu
Me In I'nlti'.l rltnle gold coin, wf the utile of the cll.v tivaaiiinr on Nvtitlr
l.'th, IK'S, and If not so oaiit at said time, the common nmiiiil will order warrants
burned for the tvllectlon of the tain. Th assessment It as .ollviws:
Astoria Rirvet Railway Co ,
Astoria Street Hallway Co
Asiorm trei itauway v.o... ......... ......
AndiM-ton. Vtlllam touth 40 fel
Anderson, Victor, heir of heirs ar Id
r-.inor Amtcrson. Aiel Anderson. Ai
twrt Victor Anderson, Justna Ander
sn, widow ,
..und H of north ( ft
Adiar, XI try R.,,.und t of north M f-t
Itrenham. Ritlvrt J.' und of N W ft
Itrtrker, Air V. Adair, und S of N
llurton. E. R
Cwrnellua, T. 6 N. H
Charleston. Nelll O und H
Dvnelson, V. A
Oeorg, Winifred C.
Holme. Oust und, 4
Hylasd, ThottM A
Ilyland, Thoma A
Hylsuid. Thom A
Ityland. Thomas A
iiymnu, i nomas
Ilyland. Thomas A
Ilyland, Thomas A
Ilyland. Thomas A ,
Ilyland, Thomas A
Ilyland. Thomas A
Jordan. Mary A und of N. tt feet
. , , .,
. , .,
Undberg. Sophia south H
lrin. August ond H
Irion. August und V
Xtorrit. Right Rev. R. Winter 8. M ft
Morris. Right Rev. II. Wlslar
MoMs. Right Rev. II. Wtstar.
Nufer. Pi ter south ,
north 110 feet
Bhlvely, C. V.
on the north by llm so.ilh luie "f
Cr.iiiil avenue on the wet by th
eiiHi linn of Thlr'v-M'St ai'.-ei, and
on the in't by th-. l-oimd.irv lin t
betwen that pan of th cltv of
Aa'orlu. tin-., na laid .-lit nnd re
recorded bv J M Hhlvely and
lh.it part of th.- 'll cl v known
as the Port of rpper Vitorl.i ,s
laid out and recorded bv John
W'elcker, Kaly Adair.. und '.4 of X. 64 feet Lot 3, lilock 4-, Port of l'nt r A-
lit i - out nnd recorded bv J. M
Wlckman. Frederb k
The following are payable
ber 15ih, IK18:
Bull, John south V4
Sherman, Sarah C
Webber. N. it a
Uy order of the common council of
Auditor nnd Police
Astoria, Oregon, Octoln-r 2Mb, IMis.
It Is the silent man that Is usually
worth listening to.
WHITE COLLAR LINE
Columbia River and Fuget Sound Navl
Telephone leaves Astoria dally, except
ounuay, ai 1 p. m.
Leaves Portland dally except Sunday
at 7 a. m.
White Collar line tickets Interchangeable
on Telerjhone. T. J. Pottnr and H. H.
Tnomoson for Astoria and all way points,
navel. Ilwaco. Beavlew. Lona Beacn. and
C. W. ATONE,
O B. SCOTT, Astoria Agent.
President Telephone No. li.
IaI t, Itbvk I. Town of Astoria, na
unit out an.l iivotdiM by J, M.
Miiveir l sum
Io b, lilock i, Town of Asiim-ik, na
11.1 out sua I.K-olMol liy J, M,
Mnvelv til hi
it u. inoca i inwn or Airia, as
Irllil olll Mll.l riHII-lled bv J Kl
Miively j 0U
Lot It, lilock 1 Town of Astoria, nt
In lit out mid rwortlml by J, M.
It t, lilock 1. Town of Astoria, ss
Irti.l nut und recorded by J. M.
. bnlvely (U.W
Lot i, lilock W, !rt if Upper A-
i,.ru. . na Inid out and recordi'd
' John Adair
Lot 1. Honk
li ..r p....... .
tiiilt.. es laid out and recorded
by Joint Adur
Lot S, lumk ltrl of l'ppr As
lull, n .u, I out Mm! recorded
by John Ad-ur ,
Lot I. mock i. Irt of t'pper A
torU.. l.ii.l out and rcordd
by John Analr
IaiI 4. llliK'k 1., IVw n of AstMTU. its
laid out Mid lo.olvl.-d by J. XI.
Lot . jtlovk i Town of Aston, as
iald out suid r. urdtsl by J. XI.
Lot . ttKxk 3 -lsrt f lppr As.
tori, sv Itld out and recorded
by John Ad r )f Ov
Lot T. lUock t. Port uf lliiiior As
toria, as laid out and rerxl4
by Juhn AiUir il It
Lot t. JiUK-k , port uf lippor As-
tort, as laid out and recorded
by John Adtur U W
Lot f. iHo'k 1. Town f Astoria, at
laid vat and nxorded by J. at.
UK . llbvk I. Tmii of Astoria, a
laid out and rw-ordvd bv J U.
Mbivnlt 0 00
ait 11 llloxik I. Town of Astoria,
ifn vui aoa rsnNuni uy . at.
Un T Jlloi-k , as auUllvlded by T.
A. l(jlud. 'rown of AUd, as
bud out and recorded by J. Xi.
iiivif r u
Lot I HlooJt , as suhdlvMed by T.
A. HyUuH). Town of Astoria, a
laid out and recorded by J. XI.
tVuveJy f IM
Lot t liiwk X sa uMlv1dis by T.
A. llylantl. Town of Aatisrt, as
laid out aitd recorded by ) it.
fUilely , f u
Lot jo, tio,-k X suMividmi by T.
A. II r land. iVwn of Astoria, as
laid out and recorded br J. il.
it it. imim-si js as sutxllvldeti by T.
A. II y Und. Town of Aatorla, a
Isld nut and rwordd by J. M.
Sbively ,, fr U
Ik 13 ltlo. k X as subdivided by T
A. Ilyland. Town of Astoria, as
Itld out and recorded by J XI.
I.t , ni.w-k W suMivl.. by T
A. Ilvland. Town of Al.rl, ai
!i!. I out and mcordi-d by J. XI
Hhivolv ji a
I.t i Ii...-k na .usdivi.le.1 by T.
A. Ilyland. Twn of Aalorlt. as
Ml.l out and tnnnlnl by J M
Ut Jl lilm k ss aulliM.ied by T.
A llyUn.t. 1iwn ot Aalortt as
I tld out and ro.onl.1 by J M
(nivwly JO 00
I,,t n Hlo. h 3H a suMivide.1 by T
Ilyland. 1Vwn of Aatorlt. a
l-tld out and r.mli-.) by J XI
U( t. Hl..-ii "r 'Tiiwwof Atom,'ai
Itld nut and rordod by J. XI.
Khlrely 4J oo
Lot T lil.K-k Town nf Aat.rU. a
laid out and recorded bv J. M.
Hhively J 00
Lot I. Hlovk r. Town of Asiona. as
laid out and n ocled bv J U
I- I Illo.-t 4.1 Port of i:rfwir As
toria, laid out and reoordd
b John Adtir t go
Ut 1 Iflnck M t auWvue. by T
A. Ilylan.1 Town of Aatorlt. a
Laid out and r-vur-loj by J. XI.
It I lllork V ub.iivtd-. by T
A llylaiut Town of Aatorli.
Laid out and r-or.lr.l bv J W
Lot I. Klork V. Town of Aston, ta
ia'd nut and rm-onlml bv J. XI
hire r C 00
lt t. ItlorK
Town of Astoria, ss
laid out and
record eJ by J. SI.
)t iti, k i t , f a,''1-
la'd out an. I recorded by j.
Lot lo. il,M-k I T.wn -f Aat .ru.
laid out and recorded by J
hhlvelv ... ,
t."t l"-ck 1 Tr -in ..f ,atoriv
laid out und rei-ordi-.i by J
I.t j HI. k t anli.lvl.,..t by T
A Hyliind Town of Aator it ta
It'd nut nnd rope.l by J. M
Khlvely .. .
i,t 4 ii'... k w u'ih l-l.-l bv T
A Ilyland. Town ..f Aator'n. a
a'd out and rernrdod by J. M.
I.t 5 n; k v, u-l!vl.b d by T.
A llvlurul Town of Aator n. aa
ill nut und recorded by J. XI.
Mblvelv . . ..
j.t . t,K-k sa sulxlivld.-l by r
. iivrira. iown fi Atn.i a
out snd rs orde. by J. M
Town nf A'orl 1
record.-1 bv J
1 1 1.1
I."t 7 Ml. k 3.
'I'd out nnd
Town of Aaiona.
riror... ov J.
I.nt t. Iilo, k I Town of .tt ,r n
lnl.l nut nnd ri-cordi-.l by J
I Ait 1. (Cock Port of I'ptM.r
lorbt, na laid out and record..,!
lit'V in-Mk 4-i iV.r't of' V' Vmh-r" A s'-
tn-m na Inld out and recorded hy
l.nt 4 Illock 40 Port of I ii., r ,ta.
lorla. lit Inld out and recorded by
I.i.l ,r.. Illock n for: of C.p..r As-
torl.-t. nt l.tld out and r'-' ir b d by
l.oi 11. plo'k 1 Town of Aa orl.t it
lld t 1 "d ,..nrd..d bv j Jl.
A tilnriKUlnr olec i,f land t.oiinbd
Lot 1 Illock TT. T iwn of A'tnrn. ,t
laid out und recorded by J, ,.
Uit 3. lilock T. Town of Ator a, na
Inld out und recorded bv J. M.
menls, the flrnt Installment dun Novem-
I.ol 10, Illock It. Town 01 A for 1 1, 11 a
11 d nut 11 nd recordeii lit' J. M.
Lot 12. Illock X Town of ..atorla, na
laid nut nnd recorded bv . M.
Ixit 7, Illock X Town or Astoria, as
I-'' out nnd recorded by J, VI.
Lot 6. Illock :. Port of Coper As.
torla. iih In Id out and recorded bv
John Adnlr Pvj.00
Lot 12, lilock 2. Town or Aator. 11, 11s
laid nut und recorded bv J. M.
tne City of Astoria Oregon.
Attest: II. E. NKLsON.
Judgo of the City of Astoria, Oregon.
l)roposnls for Fresh Henf and Kresh
1 Mutton: oitico cninr commissary,
Vancouver Ilarraiks, Wash., Oct. 6. 1898.
Snaled proposals for furnishing and de
livering Fresh Hcef and Fresh Mutton
will be received here and at offices of com
mlssarlcs at Fort Stevens, Oregon, Holse
Rurracks and Fort Sherman, Iduho, Forts
Cnnby, Spokane, Walla Walla and
Vancouver Harracks, Wash., and Dyea
and Fort Wrnngel. Alaska, until 11 o'clock
a. m., Nov. 5, 1X98, and then opened. In
formation furnished on application, En
velopes containing proposals should be
Indorsed "Proposals for Fresu ileef and
Freeh Mutton," and addressed to the
undersigned, or to Commissary at post
to be supplied. A. 8. BROOKES, Cant.
TWKNTV-NINTH STKISKX IMWU)VKMKNT
FUOM FRANKLIN AVMNUKTOdHANI)
Notli Is hsrnhy given thai ths asanas mnnl nm.Xi tiv ordliianoa No. IW, of th
city of Astoria, t'tea.ui, eiiililad. "An orittuantas eoiilfrnilng th asieasment on
the .olnl saaesaiiitiiit roll for Ihs strict iiiiiirovwiiiiiiii In hs oily of Aaiona,
IH-egoii, known as "Ilia Iniproveiiiniit of Tweiily-nliilli Hlfeet. from Frankljit lu
tii'Miid Avenue,'" approvml voiober (iitli, hi, will tu duo mitl inyaln In llititwl
rllntea gold coin at thn nnice of (lie city lienaiirer on November li.th, lam nnd If
Hot ao paid at said tinm the I'liiniiiuii vuiiucll will otdvr wnirsiits Issued for ill
collection uf (ha sMinn, Tb iimcnt is a follows:
Allen A. V, ,,, Lot II. Illock 4. Town of Aaiurta, a
Iientllla. Frank ,
V Fore, 4f. II , n l f
KrUksmi, Uutltva , east
Ilrtkvlst. An.lmw iiitrit, II
Jeffrey, Mary It north
Marlon, J. t. 1!
Marlon. Marguerttta und, 1 10
Marlon, Paul und, 1 10
Marlon. Mary C und. 110
Marlon, Thomas K und. 1-10
Olten, Marvn Anna
Olttn, Xiamn Anna ,
Parker, W. W
Atephensori, John west
Htepaeoaaei, Job a UB4.
outh 10 Mt
Wllllarnaon, Jant , south V
Uih?Sr',ll0Wln' U p'abl, ,u "ullni"l. b first Installment due Nuvtmbec
uU. John south H It T. Illock I. Town of Astoria, at
laid out and rsavrdad by J, Xi.
II y order of th common council if tb City of Astoria Oregon
. 4.. . . Attestl II. K. NKtJIOM.
. . , - ..A.U'1"'."C1 .W0 '"'' ,h 0, Astoria, Ursgon.
Aatorta, Oregon, October Sin. Ik.
THIRTY-FIRST STRBKT IMPROVEMENT
FROM FRANKLIN AVKNUFIX) ORAM)
Notice lo hereby stven tnat th aaaea mnnt mad by ordinance No Jl of th
tity ot Astoria. Oregon, , milled "An of dlnanee cnni nuns' the suamrti on th
pedal aaaeaamnhl roll for tne slfent Imtiruvrment In the lly nf Aalorla (lr..a
known aa The Improvement of Thirty-mat strawl, from tranklin av'eniK. tq
lirand avenue.'" approved t H-toUnr nh im ,tlll tM,yi,B )n fnltaO
Htaln aold coin at th offlVe 1 ol tho rty Irraaurrr. on Novemhor lllti VA and
If not so ild at said tmia. ihjroutmiut cuuul will order warrants laau.d for
the col In tion of th same. The asarss nient (a as follows:
Anderson. Victor, heirs nf holrs are Ida
" Andnraon. Albxrt Victor Anderson.
Aiai William Anderson. Justin a At-
uerson. widow I.ot I. Mock I, Town of Aalori. s
Jitlil oui and rocorttetl by J U
bhlvely j OB
Adair. Mary 11 und 14 U,t t. im-k I Town of Astoria, as
Inld nut and reanrded by J M
hhlvelv , I u
Adair. Mary R und. Jxit 4. pl.t. k I . IWn n Asbfla. at
laid out and recorded by J M
Hhlvelv II n
Aalori sllreet Rallwty Company l.i . Ill,,, k I Town of Astoria, as
M nut and tm orded by J. al
Klilvtlv a 00
Astoria Street Rallwty Company Iot I, lllork l Town of Astoria, as
laid out and rsawrdf by J M
Hlilvnly . . n ag
Astoria Street Railway ''nmpany U,t pi, ftl.M-kt I. Town of Aaluna. .s
iit'd nut and rwiordr.. by J. XI
Unlvely 11 m
Astoria treet Railway Company u,( n, tm 1 Town of Aaloria, ss
aid nut n,( rtarordrd hy J. XI
Hhlvoly , B a)
Urenhsm. Rolwrt J und. H J.t 1 ii, k 1 Town of AaloM t, as
laid out and rnrordr.1 by j XI
hlvy I 10
Ilretiharo. Robert J un-. ' Id . ilM k I. Twn of Astoria, a
laid nut and recorded by J M.
Hlllvely JJ J
Parker. Laura Adair und. S Lot J Illock I Town of Astoria, as
laid out and re ordml by J. XI
hniveiy it u
Parker. Uura Adair urd. 1,1 1, ,IH.k 1 T,wn llf Aalor)A
Inld nut and retordml by J. M.
HlliVelv Jl 1
(leorge. Winifred C U( ?, in,M k I Town of Aaloria, ss
laid out and recorded by J. XI.
Hhitrly l na
Holmes. Oust und. u, 4 1.M kt 1 Town of Asioru, as
inld out and recorded by J. XI
ihvpIv ; jo ia
ll jlmes. Oust und. tt Ut . film k I. Town of Astoria, as
laid out Siul recordnl by J. M
nltlv . ta
Jordan. Mary A und, H (a.t 4, III... at Town of Aator;,, as
Jul out nnd re. orded bv J. M
f r Ively 1 to
Jordan. Xlary A und. U.i a Hlo. k I Twn of Astoria, as
laid mil and m orded by J, M
Hlllvely JJ fj
Larsen, Auttusl und. H I.t 4 Hi-M at I Town of Aaloria. a.
laid out and rtx ordixl by J, M.
Hh.vely jn u
Larsen, Auttust UliJ. l IJt k, uttl k Tnwn of Astoria, aa
Inid out and recorded uy J. M.
Laraen. P. W .t . Him k I Town of Astoria, as
Inld out nnd recorded by J. M.
Hhlvelv li na
Mendel!. Ellin Adair und. m j fnck I Town of Astoria, as
inld mil u 11. 1 rtcordiMt bv J. XI.
Hhlvely I ta
Xf-ndell. Ellen Adair und. H l.ni . niock I. Town of Astoria, ss
Inld out and recorded by J. XI
Hhlvely .. JJ M
We cker. Katy Adair und, J,t j, m,,,.., Town of Astoria, as
laid out and recorded by J. M.
Hhlvelv 1 In
V.'tliker. Katy Adnlr und. ot t. Iit.u k 1 Town of Astoria, ns
Inld out nnd rn onied by J. M.
Hhlvely jj j)
Th" ,f:,li',wlf nr P1,y,,B ln " ' sinlliiienls, Hie first lii.tnllment due No-
vniir 1 itn, IHH;
Webber. N. H Lot 12. Illock l Town of Astoria, nt
laid out nnd recorded by J. XI.
Ily order of the common council of th e City nf Aaloria Oregon
. , , ,, ., . Atleat: II. K. NKIJtON.
, . , Auditor nnd Police Judge of the City of Astoria, Oregon
Astoria. Oregon, Ovtobor iPltb, Pol. " '
cwh . 1 r.
tf 4V.t4''4lW, itt. l !.. It 1 X 1
I 4sMt7 alitlstta.
Beware of Imitations
tOHN tuseAS'i tost, Sauna, MW toss.
fttttltf ll t IHd C II' il-l. I 1,1. a .u.f I SI I. .. I I l.f 1 1,.... II .... I I
WlUt ItUM. i.lKkltl I-U. Aftrllf st- t....,a tlsw,,
iitni out anil rocoiii.n uy j, m
tolilvelv IN It
Lot I, Illock S, Town of Aslurla, na
Inld out and recotded by J, Xl.
Hlilvoly ; I! g
Lot I, J I lot k 4 Town of Aatiiilu, nt
Inld mil and recorded by J. M
l.nt 4, Illock 1. Town of Aalorls, as
Inld out Slid recorded by J. M
i ..i 7 10....1. s 1.... ..r Aai..irt
Inld pill slid I e. hi di d by J, M.
hlllvvly tj H
, Lot 1. Illock 4. Town of AslurU, as
Inld out mid recorded by J. M.
J,ot"t VioVi" . TJiViif 'Aatin-Va',' U "
Inld oill and rwnlili-.l bv J. XI
1hI . Illock a Town of Aalorls, aa
Inld out ami recorded by J. XI.
Bhlvely 1 1
Lot 1. Illivk I. Town of Aainrln, as
bii.i out and rmordid tiy J, XI.
HlilveW li t
Lot 4. Hlotk I. Town uf Aatorlt. a
Inld out and recotdad by J, XJ.
1 -t t. IMiH-k I. Town of Astoria, as
Inld out and rpcotded by J. XI
tiiiviv , n a
Lot I, IHock I Town of Aatorlt, at
Inld out and recorded by J, XI.
Wl'lvely 11 U
I4H 1, iiiot-a town or Astoria, at
Inld out and rwvrded by j.'xi.
Lot l, Iilol-h'i Town of" Astoria, ne
Inld nut and rvcutdeti by J, M.
U 4. llbKk I Town of Aalorla, at
iaia out sua retosuati uy t, m.
hmvelv , u ai
Lt I. lilock t Town af Astoria, a
mm nut nti ratwrueti vy 4. m
Lot I, llltH-k 1 Town of Aatorlt, 11
Inld out and terorded by J. M.
Hhlvelv It 11
lot t, liliH-k I. Town of Astoria, as
in in out anu rst-orueti oy J. at.
llilvly IB M
Lot I. Illot k 4, Town of Aetoria, a
am ikii ami reouruati pv J, ai.
ji u, nioca . iown or Astoria, at
Itld nut and rsvvfdod bv a. XL
lot I. Iilovk 4. Town of Astoria, aa
btl.l out and rordd by J. XI.
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lAWllfsCTURIHO CO.. Prop. CiBvolami.TCfr:
Korsnle by lOHTKH-CONN DRUG CO.
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