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ASTOKIA. OREGON:
THURSDAY alAKCII 25. 18S9.
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designated by a (a. u.). those between noou
aud midnight by p (p. n.). Oft. oOnt.a denotes
midnieht, uh. 00m. p deuote3 coon.
Tne height Is reckoned from the level ol
average lower low waters to v. hich the sound
ings are iven on the Coast Survey charts.
CHIEF OF POLICE SALE.
Notice is hereby civen that by virtue
of a warrant Issued by the Auditor and
Police Judge of the City of Astoria, in
accordance with an order made by the
Common Council of the city of Astoria,
by ordinance No. 10C8, entitled an ordi
nance ordering the Auditor and Folice
Judge to issue warrants for the collec
tion of Cedar street assessments, ap
proved .February UStn, lBS'J. baia war
rant bearins date the 2Sth day of Feb
ruary, It89, commanding me to levy
upon lot No. 3 in block No. 139, in the
Citv of Astoria as laid out and recorded
by J. jr. Shively, to collect an assess
ment of twenty-three dollars, which as
sessment was made for the improvement
or ueaar street between est-utli street
and Salmon street by ordinance No.
IOC", entitled an ordinance declaring the
probable cost of improving Cedar street
approved December 13th, 1SS8, I have
this day levied upon lot No. 3 in block
No. 13J in S!iivel's Astoria, and on
Mondav. the M day of April. 1839. at
one o'clock 1. M. of said day in front of
the court house door in the eity of As
toria, Clalsop county, Oregon, will pro
ceed to pell lot No. 3 in block No. 139 in
Shiveiy's Astoria, to the highest bidder
therefor, to pay s.iid assessment, cost
and expenses of sale. Said sale to be
lor U. S. gold coin.
Astoria, March 20th, 1&S9.
W.J.I5ARRY,
Chief of Folice.
CHIEF OF POLICE SALE.
Notice is hereby given that by virtue
of a warrant issued by tho Auditor and
Folice Judgo of tho city of Astoria, in ac
cordance with on order mado by the
Common Council of tho city of Astoria,
by ordinance No. IOCS, entitled an ordi
nance ordering tho Auditor and Police
Judeo to issue warrants for tho collection
of Cedar street assessments, approved
February 2fitb, 1889. Said warrant bear
ing date the 23th day of February, 18S9,
commanding mo to levy upon lot No. C
in block No. 133 in tho city of Astoria as
laid out and recorded by J. II. Shively,
to collect an assessment of twenty-three
dollars, which assessment was mado for
tho improvement of Cedar street between
Vest-Gth street and Salmon street by or
dinanco No. 100.', entitled an ordinance
declaring tho probable cost of improving
Cedar street from AVcst-Ctb street to
Salmon street, approved December 13th
18S3, 1 have this day levied upon lot No.
C in block No. 13S in Shiveiy's Astoria,
and on Monday, the 22nd day of April,
1889, at ono o'clock P. 21. of said day in
front of the court house door in tho city
of Astoria, Clatsop county, Oregon, will
proceed to sell lot No. C in block No. 133
in Shiveiy's Astoria, to tho highest bid
der therefor, to pay said assessment,
costs and expenses of sale. Said sale to
be for U. S. gold coin.
Astoria, March 20th, 18S9.
W. J. BAKBY,
Chief of Police.
19,9991 in fifllft
To Bo Given Away !
C UT out this advertisement and send it to
J. LAHAIEK & CO., Nursorymen, To
ronto, Canada, with 11 thrco-ccnt Canadian
or 21 two-cent American postage stnrars and
they will send you by mail (post-paid, in pood
time for planting in April or .May r.cxt,
your choico of any one of tho futlonicg
collections of plant?, end enter yo ir nanio i:i
competition for the S9,'J99.C0 in sold that they
are eivicK away in order to introduce their
nursery stock.
COLLECTIONS OF PLANTS.
No. 1 2 Hardy Rosss.
No 2. 2 Hardy Climbing E0303.
No. 3. 2 Evorbloonilng itoaes.
No. -4 2 Dahlias.
No. 5. lO Gladiolas.
No a. 3 Hardy Grape Vinos.
No. 7. 8 Easpberry J-Iants, four each,
hlacft and red.
No. a. 20 Strawberry Plants, 4 choice
kinds.
No. O. 5 Choice Plants for house culture.
No.lO. 5 Cherry Currants (red.)
No. 1 1 . 5 Lee's Prolific Currants (black)
No.12. 5 White Grape Currants.
All letters with this advertisement onclosed
along with f tamps for any ono or moro col
lections of plants, will Lj numbered as they
come to hand, and tho senders of tho first
thirteen hundred letters will receive sifts as
follows :
1st S2"0 1 Tho noxt 20 .SlOcach
2nd 100 Tho next 40 Ocach
3rd 50 iThe next 415 2 each
4th SO j Tho next KM 1 each
5th 20
After JO thousand letters bsvo been re
ceived, tho senders of tho next cloven hun
dred letters will receive gifts as follews:
1st S223 1 'I ho next 10 $15 each
2nd 12iThoncxt 15 10 each
3rd. . Tiilhenoxt 40 . 5 each
4th 50 1 The noxt 470 2 each
5th 23ihonext5t leach
After 100 thousand lottors havo been re
ceived, tho senders of tho next ono thousand
letters will receive gifts as follews:
1 and 2 SIM each The noxt 5.$20 oach
3, 4 and 5 75 each I Tho next 15. 10 oach
B, 7 and 8 50 each I The next 301. 3 each
1), 10, 11 and 12- 25 each 1 The next CG3- 1 each
After 150 thousand lottors havo been re
ceived, the senders of tho next eleven hundred
and nine ictters will receive gifts as follews:
1 $100 each I Tho next 10.S20 each
2..... 75 each Tho next 21. 10 each
3 and 4 . 50 each I '1 he noxt 5S5. 2 each
Tho next5 23 each 1 Tho next 479. 1 each
Any person may send any number of times
lor any of above collections. 11 o cents in
stamps extra is sent, wo will send in Juno
next rrinted list of tho names of all per
sons wno arc cnutieu to guts, it o make tnis
liberal offer to tho readers of Tun ASTOltlAX,
knowing-it will not pay us now. but our object
is 10 introduce oar stocK ana duiiu up a trauo.
Our mailing points aro Toronto and Shrub
Mount. Ontario; Itochcner, N. Y. ; Louis
ville, Ky. ; l'ainosvillo, O., and Chicago 111.,
and wo will guarantco nil dock to reach our
customers in good condition. U'o employ no
agents but deal direct with customers, and
can sell and deliver stock to any part of the
United States or Canada at about ono-half the
price charged by other nurserymen through
agents.
Kemembcr.we will not be undersold by any
reliable firm. Send us a list of wants and wo
will quote you prices, or 10c. for a handsome
illustrated catalogue, which you may deduct
from first order.
Address all letters to
J. LAHMER & CO., Nurserymen,
TORONTO. CANADA.
MUSTANG LINIMENT
MEXICAN MTJSTANO TJNIMENT, used vigor
s' to death to 8 wlrmey,TnadGall5,Sore Backs.
CHIEF OF POLICE SALE.
Notice is hereby given that by virtue
of a warrant issued by the Auditor and
Police Judge of the city of Astoria, in
accordance with an order made by the
Common Council of the citv of Astoria.
by ordinance No. 10GS, entitled an ordi
nance ordering the Auditor and Police
Judgo to issue warrants for the collec
tion of Cedar street assessments, ap
proved February 26th, 1889. Said war
rant bearing date the 28th day of Feb
ruary, letsy, commanding me to levy
upon lot No. 3 in bloik No. 121 in the
city of Astoria as laid out and recorded
llV 1 Ar SI,J-nl. trt rt?lnf- om qeinii.
inent of twenty-three dollars, which as
sessment was maueioruicimprovcnient
of Cedar street between West-Cth street
and Salmon street by ordinance No.
IOCj, entitled an ordinance declaring the
probable cost of improving Cedar street
lrom West-Cth street to Salmon street,
approved December 13th, 1883, I have
this day levied upon lot No. 3 in block
No. 121 in Shiveiy's Astoria, and on
Monday the 22d day of April, 1889, at
one o'clock P. 21. of said day in front of
the court house door in the city of As
toria, Clatsop county, Oregon, will pro
ceed to sell lot No. 3 in block No. 121 in
Shiveiy's Astoria, to the highest bidder
therefor, to pay said assessment, costs
and expenses of sale. Said sale to be
for U.S. gold coin.
Astoria, March 20th, 1889.
W. J. BAERY.
Chief of Police.
CHIEF OF POLICE SALE.
Notice is hereby given that by virtue of
a warrant issued by tho Auditor and Po
lice Judge of tho City of Astoria, in ac
cordance with an order made by the
Common Council of the city of Astoria,
by ordinance No. IOCS, entitled an ordi
nance ordering the Auditor and Police
Judge to issue warrants for tho collec
tion of Cedar street assessments, ap
proved February 26th, 1889. Said war
rant bearing date tho 28th day of Fcbru
ary, 1889, commanding me tcTlevy upon
lot No. 4 in block No. 121, in tho citv of
Astoria as laid out and recorded by J. M.
Shively, to collect an assessment of
twenty-three dollars, which assessment
was made for tho improvement of Cedar
street between West-Cth street and Salm
on street by ordinance No. 1065, entitled
an ordinance declaring tho probable cost
of improving Cedar street from West-Gth
street to Salmon street, approved Decem
ber 13th, 18SS, I have this day levied upon
lot No. i in block No. 121 in Shiveiy's As
toria, and on Monday, tho 22d day of
April, 1889, at ono o'clock P. M. of said
day in front of tho court house door in
the city of Astoria, Clatsop county, Ore
gon, will proceed to sell lot No. 4 in block
No. 121 in Shiveiy's Astoria, to tho high
est bidder therefor, to pay said assess
ment, costs and expenses of sale. Said
salo to be for U. S. gold coin.
Astoria, March 20th, 1889.
W. J. BARUY,
Chief of Police.
CHIEF OF POLICE SALE.
Notico is hereby given that by virtue
of a warrant issued by tho Auditor and
Police Judge of tho city of Astoria, in
accordanco with an order made by tho
Common Council of the city of Astoria,
by ordinance No. IOCS, entitled an ordi
nanco ordering the Auditor and Police
Judge to issuo warrants for tha collection
of Cedar street assessments, approved
February 26th, 1839. Said warrant bear
ing date tho 23th day of February, 1889,
commanding me to lovy upon lot No. 1
in blook No. 139 in the city of Astoria as
laid out and recorded by J. M. Shively,
to collect an assessment of twenty-three
dollars, which assessment was mado for
tho improvement of Cedar street between
West-Cth street and Salmon street by or
dinance No. 1065, entitled an ordinance
declaring the probable cost of improving
Cedar street from West-Cth street to
Salmon street, approved December 13th,
1888, 1 have this day levied upon lot No.
1 in blook No. 139 in Shiveiy's Astoria,
and on Monday, tho 22d day of April,
1883, at ono o'clock P. M. of said day in
front of the court house door in tho city
or Astoria, (Jlatsop county, Uregon, will
proceed to sell lot No. 1 in block 139 in
Shiveiy's Astoria, to the highest bidder
therefor, to pay said assessment, costs
and expenses of sale. Said salo to be for
u. a. gold coin.
Astoria, March SOth, 18S9.
W. J. BARRY,
Chief of Police.
CHIEF OF POLICE SALE.
Notice is hereby given that by virtue
of a warrant issued by tho Auditor and
Police Judge of the city of Astoria, in
accordance with an order made by tho
Common Council of the city of Astoria,
by Ordinance number 1063. entitled an
Ordinance ordering the Auditor and Po
lice Judgo to issue warrants for the col
lection ot Cedar street assessments ap
proved February 26th, 1S89, said war
rant bearing date tho 28th day of Feb
ruary, 1889, commanding rac to levy up
on lot number G, In block number 122.
in the city of Astoria as laid out and
recorded by J. M. Shively, to collect an
assessment ofj twenty-three dollars,
which assessment was made for the im
provement of Cedar street between
West Gth street and Salmon street by
Ordinance number 1063, entitled an or
dinance declaring the probable cost of
improving Cedar street from West Cth
street to Salmon street, approved De
cember 13th, 1888, 1 havo this day levied
upon lot number 6 m block number 122,
iu Shiveiy's Astoria, and on Monday,
the 22 lid day of April, 18S0, at one o'clock
p.m. of said day, in front of the court
house door in the city of Astoria, Clat
sop counts', Oregon, will proceed to sell
lot number C. in block number 122. in
Shiveiy's Astoria, to tho highest bidder
tnereior, to pay sam assessment, costs
and expenses of sale. Said sale to be
for U.S. gold coin.
Astoria, March 20th. 1889.
W.J.BARRY,
Chief cf Police.
CHIEF OF POLICE SALE.
Notice is hereby given that by virtue
of a warrant issued by the Auditor and
Police Judge of tha city of Astoria, in
accordance with an order made by the
Common Council of the city of Astoria,
by Ordinance number 1068, entitled an
ordinance ordering the Auditor and Po
lice Judge to issuo warrants for the
collection of Cedar street assesssments,
approved February 2Cth, 1889, s-aid
warrant bearing date the 28th day of
February, 1889, commanding me to levy
upon lot number 4, in block number 112,
in the city of Astoria as laid out aud re
corded by J. M. Shively, to collect an
assessment ot twenty-three dollar;:,
which assessment was made for the im
provement of Cedar street between
West Cth street and Salmon street, bv
Ordinanco number 1065 entitled an or
dinance declaring the probable cost of
improving ueaar street irom west wii
street to Salmon street, approved De
cember 13th, 18S8, 1 nave tins day levied
upon lot number 4, in block number 112,
in Shiveiy's Astoria, and on Monday,
the 22nd day of April, lb89, at one
o'clock p. si. of said day in front of the
court houso door in the city of Astoria,
uiatsop county, Oregon, win proceed to
sell lot number 4, in block number 112,
in Shiveiy's Astoria, to the highest bid
der thereror, to pay said assessment,
costs and expenses of sale. Said sale
to be for U. S, gold coin.
Astoria, March 20th, 18S9.
W. 3. BARRY,
Chief of Police.
MEXICAN lIUSTAXa tlNTMEST rubbed (n
tares many valuable Hone and Stole's limbs.
CHIEF OF POLICE SALE.
Notice is hereby given that by virtue
of a warrant issued by the Auditor and
Police Judge of the City of Astoria, in
accordance with an order made by the
Common Council of the city of Astoria,
by Ordinance No. IOCS entitled an Ordi
nance ordering the Auditor and Police
Judge to issue warrants for the collec
tion of Cedar Street assessments, ap
piored February 26th 1889, said warrant
bearing date the 28th day of February
1889, commanding me to levy upon Lot
No. 2 in block No 121 in the city of As
toria as laid out and recorded by J. M.
Shively to collect an assessment of
twenty-three dollars, which assessment
was made for the improvement of Ce
dar street between West Cth stre?t and
Salmon street by Ordinance number
1065 entitled an ordinance declining
the probable cost of improving Cedar
street irom west utn street to aaimsn
street,approved December 13th 18SS. 1
have tills day levied upon lot number 2
in block number 121 in -Shiveiy's A
toria, and on Monday, the 22nd day of
April 18S9, at one o'clock p.m. of said
day in front of the court house door in
the city of Astoria, Clatsop county,
Oregon, will proceed to sell lot number
2, In block number 121 in Shiveiy's As
toria, to the highest bidder therefor, to
pay said assessment, costs and ex
penses of sale. Said sale to be for U.
S. gold coin.
Astoria March 20th, 18S9.
W.J.BARRY'.
Chief of Police.
CHIEF OF POLICE SALE.
Notice Is hereby given that by virtue
of a warrant issued by the Auditor and
Police Judge of the city of Astoria, in
accordance with an order made by the
Common Council of the city of Astoria,
by ordinance number 1063 entitled an
ordinance ordering the Auditor and
Police Judceto issue warrants for the
collection of Cedar street assessments,
anmoved February 26th. 1889. Said
warrant bearing date the 28th day of
r euruary. issy, commanding me to levy
upon lot number 3 in block number 112
in the city of Astoria as laid out aud
recorded by J. M. Shively to collect an
assessment of twenty three dollars,
which assessment was made for
the improvement of Cedar street be
tween West Gth ttreet and Salmon street
by Ordinance number 1065 entitled an
oidinance declaring tho probable cost
of improving Cedar street from West
Gth street to Salmon street, approved
December 13th 1883. I have tins day
levied upon lot numbers in block num
ber 112 iu Shiveiy's Astoria, and on
Monday tho 22nd day of April 1889, at
one o'clock p. ir. of said day in front of
thi court houso door in the city of As
toria, Cla'sop county, Oregon, will pro
ceed to sell lot number 3, in block num
ber 112 in Shiveiy's Astoria, to tho
highest bidder therefor, to pay said
assessment, costs and expenses of sale.
Said sale to be for U.S. gold com.
Astoria, March 20th 1889.
W.J.BARRY,
Chief of Police.
CHIEF OF POLICE SALE.
Notico is horeby given that by virtue
of a warrant issued by tho Auditor and
Police Judge of the city of Astoria, in
accordance witli an ordor made by the
CominonCouncil of the city of Astoria.by
Ordinance number 1008 entitled an or
danc ordering tho Auditor and Police
Judge to Issuo warrants for the collec
tion of Cedar street assessments, ap
proved February 26th 1889. Said war
rant bearing date the 28th day of Feb
ruary 1889, commanding me to levy
upon lot number 2 in block 112 in tho
city of Astoria as laid out and rece: ded
by J. M. Shively to collect an as
sessment of twenty-three dollars, which
assessment was made for tho im
proiement of Cedar street between West
nth strcot and Salmon street by Ordin
anco number 1065 entitled an or
dinance declaring the probable coat
of improving Cedar street from West
Gth street to Salmon street, appioved
December 13th 1888. I have this day
levied upon lot number 2 iu block num
ber 112 in Shiveiy's Astoria, aud on
Monday tho 22nd day of April, 1889, at
one o'clock p. si. of said day in front of
the court house door in the city of As
toria, Clatsop county, Oregon, will pro
ceed to sell lot number 2, in block
number 112 in Shiveiy's Astoria, to the
highest bidder therefor, to pay said
assessment, costs and expenses of sale.
Said sale to be for U. S. gold coin.
Astoria, March 20th 1839.
W.J.BARRY,
Chief or Police.
CHIEF OF POLICE SALE.
Notice is hereby given that by virtue
of a warrant issued by the Auditor and
Police Judge of tho City of Astoria, in
accordanco with an order made by the
Common Council of the City of Astoria,
by ordinance No. 1063, entitled anSordi
nance ordering the Auditor and Police
Judge to issue warrants for tho collec
tion of Cedar street assessments, ap
proved February 26th, 1889. Said war
rant bearing date the 28th day of Feb
ruary, 1889, commanding me to levy
upon lot No. 1 in block No. 138, iu the
City of Astoria as laid out and recoided
by J. M. Shively, to collect an assess
ment of twenty-three dollars, which as
sessment was made for tho improve
ment of Cedar street between West-Cth
street and Salmon street by ordinance
No. 1063, entitled an ordinanco declar
ing the probable cost of improving Ce
dar street f romWest-6th street to Salmon
street approved December 13th, 1888, 1
havo this day levied upon lot No. 1 In
block No. 138. in Shiveiy's Astoria, and
on Monday, the 22ddayof April, 1839,
at one o'clock P. M. of said day In front
of the court house door In the City of
dcr therefor, to nay said assessment.
costs and expenses of sale. Said sale to
be for U. S. gold coin.
Astoria, March 20th, 1888.
W.J.BARRY,
Chief of Police.
CniEF OF POLICE SALE.
Notice is hereby given that by virtue
of a warrant issued bv tho Auditor and
Police Judcoof the City of Astoria, In
accordance with an order made by the
Common Council of the City of Astoria,
by ordinance No. 1068, entitled an ordi
nance ordering the Auditor and Polico
Judge to issue warrants for the collec
tion of Cedar street assessments, ap
proved February 26th. 1889. Said war
rant bearing datetho 28th day of Febru
ary, 1889, commanding mo to levy upon
lot No. 2 in block No. 138, in the City
of Astoiiaa3 laid out and recorded by
J. M. Shivelv. to collect an assessment
of twenty-three .dollars, which assess
ment was made for ihe improvement of
Cedar street between West-Cth street
and Salmon street by ordinance No.
1065. entitled an ordinance declaring? the
probable cost of improving Cedar street
from West-Cth street to Salmon street,
approved December 13th. 1833, 1 havo
this day levied upon lot No. 2 in block
no. 13. in jsniveiys Astoria, and on
Monday, the 22d day of April, at one
o'clock P. M. of said day in tront of the
court house door in the City of Astoria,
Clatson countv. Orcsron. will Droceed to
sell lot No. 2 in block No.l33,in Shive
iy's Astoria, to the highest bidder there
for, to pay said assessment, costs and
expenses of sale- Said sale to bo tor U.
S. gold coin.
Astoria, March 20th, 1889.
W.J.BARRY.
Chief of Police.
MUSTANG LINIMENT
1IEUOAN MTJSTAXa UNTirKNT should al
wit.S& Vopt la Ho vsx, Siablh and Factory.
CHIEF OF POLICE SALE.
Notice is hereby given that by virtue
of a warrant issued by the Auditor and
Police Judgo of the City of Astoria, in
accordance with an order made by the
Common Council of the Citv of Astoria.
by ordinanco No. IOCS, entitled an ordi
nance ordering the Auditor and Police
Judge to issue warrants for the collec
tion oi ueaar street assessments, ap
proved February 26th. 1833. Said war
rant bearing date the2Sth day of Feb
ruary. 1839, commanding me to levy
upon lot No. 3 in block No. 138 in the
City of Astoria as laid out and recorded
by J. M. Shively. to collect an assess
ment of twenty-three dollars, which as
sessment was made for the improvement
of Cedar street between West-Cth street
and Salmon street by ordinanco No. 1083,
entitled an ordinance declaring the
probable cot of improving Cedar street
from West-Cth street to Salmon street,
approved December 13th. 18S3, 1 have
this day levied upon lot No. 3 in block
No. 133, in Shlvelv's Astoria, and on
Monday, the 22d davof April. 1889, at
one o'clock P. M. of said day In front of
the court house door in tho City of As
toria, Clatsop Countv, Oregon, will pro
ceed to sell lot No. 3"in block No. 138 in
Shiveiy's Astoria, to the highest bidder
therefor, to pay said assessment, costs
and expenses ot sale. Said sale to be
for U. S. gold coin.
Astoria. March 20!h, 18S9.
W. J. BARRY,
Chief of Police.
CHIEF OF POLICE SALE.
Notice is hereby given that by virtue
of a warrant issued by the Auditor and
Police Judge of the City of Astoria, in
accordance with an order made by the
Common Council of the City of Astoria,
by ordinance No. 1063, entitled an ordi
nance ordering the Auditor and Police
Judge to issue warrants for the collec
tion of Cedar street assessments, ap
proved February 26th, 1839. Said war
rant bearing date the 28th davof Feb
ruary, 1689, commanding me to levy
upon lot No. 4 in block No. 133, in the
City of Astoria as laid out and recorded
by J. M. Shively, to collect in assess
ment of twenty-three dollars, which as
sessment was made for the improve
ment of Cedarstreet between West-Cth
street and Salmon street by ordinance
No. 1063, entitled an ordinance declaring
tho probable cost of improving Cedar
street from West-Cth street to Salmon
street, approved December 13th, 1888, 1
havo this day levied upon lot No. 4 in
block No. 133 in Shiveiy's Astoria, and
on Monday, tliH22dday of April, 1889, at
one o'clock P. M. of said day in front of
tho court house door in the City of As
toria, Clatsop county, Oregon, will pro
ceed to sell lot No. 4 in block No. 138, in
Shiveiy's Astoria, to the highest bidder
therefor, to pay said assessment, costs
and expenses of salo. Said sale to be
for U. S. gold coin.
Astoria, Maroh 20lh, 18S9.
W.J.BARRY,
Chlit of Police.
CHIEF OF POLICE SALE.
Notice is hereby given that by virtue
of a warrant issued by the Auditor and
Police Judgo of tho City of Astoria, in
accordanco with an order mado by the
Common Council of the City of Astoria,
by ordinanco No. 1063, entitled an ordi
nance ordering the Auditor and Polico
Judge to issuo warrants for the collec
tion of Cedar street assessments, ap
proved February 2Gth, 1839. .-nid war
rant bearing date the 28th day of Feb
ruary, 1889, commanding mo to levy
upon lot No. 1, in block No. 122, in the
City of Astoria as laid out and n corded
by J. M. Shively, to collect an assess
ment of twenty-threo dollars, which as
sessment was made for tho improve
ment of Cedar street between West-Cth
street and Salmon street by ordinance
No. 1063, entitled an ordinance declar
Insr tho nrobable cost of imnrnvin" f-
dar street from West Gth street to Salm
on street, approved December 13th, 1883,
I have this day levied upon lot No. 1 in
block No. 122, in Shiveiy's Astoria, and
on Monday, tho sad day of April, 1889,
at one o'clock P. M. of said day in front
of the court house door in the City of
Astoria, Clatsop county, Oregon, will
proceed to sell lot No. 1 in block No. 122,
in Shiveiy's Astoria, to the highest bid
der therefor, to pay said assessment,
costs and expenses of sale. Said sale to
be for U. S. gold com.
Astoria, March 20th, 1839.
W.J.BARRY,
Chief of Police.
CHIEF OF POLICE SALE.
Notice is hereby gi en that by irtue
of a warrant Issued by the Auditor and
Police Judge of the City of Astoria, in
accordance with an order made by tho
Common Council of the City of Astoria,
by ordinance No. 1068. entitled an ordi
nance ordering the Auditor and Police
Judgo to issue warrants for the collec
tion of Cedar street assessments, ap
proved February 26th, 1889. Said war
rant bearing date tho 28th day of Feb
ruary, 1839, commanding me to lovy
upon lot No. 2 In block No. 122, in the
City of Astoria as laid out and recorded
by J. M. Shively. to collect an assess
ment of twenty-three dollars, which as
sessment was made for tho improve
ment of Cedar street between West-Cth
street and Salmon street by ordinance
No. 1063, entitled an ordinanco declar
ing the probable cost of improving
Cedar street from West-Cth street to
Salmon street, approved December 13th,
1883, 1 have this day levied upon lot No.
2 m block No. 122 in Shiveiy's Astoria,
and on Monday, the 22d day of April,
1889, at one o'clock P. M. of said dav in
front of tho court house door in the City
of Astoria, Clatsop county, Oregon, will
proceed to sell lot No.2 In block No.
122 in Shiveiy's Astoria, to tho highest
bidder therefor, to pay said assessment,
costs and expenses of sale. Said sale to
be for U. S. gold coin.
Astoria, March 20th. 1889.
W.J.BARRY,
Chief of Police.
CHIEF OF POLICE SALE.
Notice is hereby civen that by virtue
of a warrant issued by tho Auditor and
Police Judge of tho city of Astoria, in
accordance with an order made by the
Common Council of the city of Astoria,
by ordinance No. 1068, entitled an ordi
nanco ordering tho Auditor and Police
Judge to issue warrants for the collection
of Cedar street assessments, approved
February 26th, 1839. Said warrant bear
ing flntA fTlA 9Sth rlnv rif polimnM. lOQn
commanding mo to levy upon lot No. 6
in llV Kn 1n (liani. nf l.U..'
... w.wbA .tut .; iu tut? i,.j ui xubUliil U3
laid out and recorded by J. M. Shively,
to collect an assessment of five and 75-luo
flftllnra TOttinl, nDOfieamant maa mmT. f..
the improvement of Cedar street between
West-Cth street and Salmon street by or
dinance No. 1063, entitled an ordinance
Cedar streot from West-Gth street to
oaimon street, approvea December 13th
1888, 1 have this day levied upon lot No.
ft in hlftnlr "Krt 10 i fih:,,altta Aafn:
and on Monday, tho 22d day of April',
itwj, ui uuu u uiucK xr. ju. oi sam aay in
front of the court houso door in the tho
city of Astoria, Clatsop county, Oregon,
will proceed to sell lot No. C in block No.
125 m Shiveiy's Astoria, to the highest
bidder therefor, to pay said assessment,
costs and expenses of sale. Said sale to
be for U. S. gold coin.
Astoria, March 20th, 1889.
W. J. BARRY,
Chief of Police.
WKTIOA2T MTJSTANQ UNDZSST cures all all
meats of HsRsss,ttJswacj.niE. Rubral .
Seven ex-mistresses of the
White bouse are living. They
are Mrs. Tyler, who reigned in
18-14, and is yet living in George
town, Mrs. Polk who succeeded
her in 1845, and still lives in the
Polk mansion in Nashville; Mrs.
Johnson, who as Harriet Lane is
remembered as one of the most
accomplished of women, and is
living in Baltimore; Mrs. Grant,
who is living in New York; Mrs.
Rutherford B. Hayes of Fremont,
Ohio; Mrs. Garfield, who is living
at Mentor, Ohio; nnd Mrs. Cleve
land, who will become prominent
in New York social life.
The practibihty of drying fish
with artificial heat has been suc
cessfully tested at Canso, Nova
Scotia. This new method will be
tried on an extensive scale the com
ming season.
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Cuts. Bruises. Sores. Ulcers. SaltRheum.
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pay required. It is guaranteed to gie
perfect satisfaction, or money refunded.
Price 23 cents per oox. ror sale nyj
C. Dement.
CHIEF OF POLICE SALE.
Notico is hereby given that by virtue of
a warrant issued by the Auditor and Po
lice Judgo of the city of Astoria, in ac
cordance with an order made by the
Common Council of the city of Astoria,
by Ordinance number 1,068 entitled an
oruinance ordering me Auuiiur uuu x o
lice iudso to issue warrants for the col
lection of Cedar street assessments, ap
proved February 26th, 1839. Said war
rant bearing date the 28th day of Febru
ary 18S9,' commanding me to levy upon
the undivided 3-20 of block number 121,
in the citv of Astoria as laid out and re
corded by J. M. Shively to collect an as
sessment of twenty and 70-100 dollars,
which assessment was made for tho im
provement of Cedar street between West
Gth street and Salmon street by Ordi
nance number 1065 entitled an ordinance
declaring tho probable cost of improving
Cedar street from West Cth street to
Salmon street, approved December 13th,
l&w, l nave this aay levieu upon tne un
divided 3-20 of block number 124 in
Shiveiy's Astoria and on Monday the 22nd
day of April 18S9, at ono o'clock p. m. of
said day in front of tho court house door
in tho city of Astoria, Clatsop County
Oregon, will proceed to sell the undi
vided 3-20 of block numbor 124 in Shive
iy's Astoria, to tho highest bidder there
for, to pay said assessment, costs and ex
penses oi sale. Maid sale to bo tor U. b.
gold coin.
Astoria, March 20. 1889.
W.J.BARRY,
Chief of Police.
CHIEF OF POLICE SALE.
Notico is hereby given that by virtue
of a warrant issued by the Auditor and
Police Judge of tho city of Astoria in hc
cordanco with an order made by the
Common Council of the city of Astoria,
by Ordinance number 1058, entitled an
ordinance ordering tho Auditor and Po
lice Judgo to issue warrants for the col
lection of Cedar street assessment, ap
proved February 26th, 1889, said warrant
bearing date the 23th day of February,
18S9, commanding me to levy upon the
undivided 1-20 of block number 139, in
the city of Astoria as laid out and re
corded by J. M. Shively, to collect an as
sessment of six and 90-100 dollars, which
assessment was mado for tho improve
ment of Cedar street, between West Gth
street and Salmon street, by Ordinance
number 1065, entitled an ordinance de
claring the probablo cost of improving
Cedar street, from West Cth street to
Salmon street, approved December 13th,
1888, 1 have this day levied upon the un
divided 1-20 of block number 139, in
Shiveiy's Astoria, and on Monday, the
22nd day of April, 1839, at one o'clock
r. m., of said day, in front of the court
house door in tho city of Astoria, Clat
sop county, Oregon, will proceed to sell
the undivided 1-20 of block number 139,
in Shiveiy's Astoria, to the highest bid
der therefor, to pay said assessment,
costs and oxpenses of sale. Said sale to
be for U. S. gold coin.
Astoria, March 20th, 1839.
W. J. BARRY,
Chief of Police,
CHIEF OF POLICE SALE.
Notice is hereby given that by virtue
of a warrant issued by the Auditor and
Police Judge of the City of Astoria, in
accordance with an order made by the
Common Council of the City of Astoria,
by ordinanco No. 1063, entitled an ordi
nance ordering the Auditor and Police
Judge to issue warrants for the collec
tion of Cedar street assessments, ap
proved February 26th, 1889. Said war
rant bearing date the 28th day of Feb
ruary, 1889. coriimanding me to levy
upon lot No. 3 in block No. 122 iu the
City of Astoria as laid out and recorded
by J. M. Shively, to collect an assess
ment of twenty-three dollars, which as
sessment was made for the improvement
of Cedar street between West-Gth street
and Salmon street by ordinance No.
1053, entitled an ordinance declaring the
probable cost of improving Cedar street
from West-Cth street to Salmon street,
approved December 13th. 1888, 1 have
this day levied upon lot No. 3 in block
No. 122 in Shiveiy's Astoria, and on
Monday, the 22d day of April, 1889, at
one o'clock P. M. of said day iu front of
the court house door in tho Citv of As
toria, Clatsop county, Oregon, will pro;
tcuu iu sen lot u. . Ill UIOCK JNO. YSi in
Shiveiy's Astoria, to the highest bidder
therefor, to pay said assessment, costs
and expenses of sale. Said sale to be
for U. 8. gold coin.
Astoria, Marcli 20th, 1889.
AY. J. BARRY,
Chief of Police.
CHIEF OF POLICE SALE.
Notice is hereby given that by virtue
wi a. Hiuiaui, issueu uj me Auuitor ana
Police Judge of the cityot Astoria, in
accordance with 8n order made by the
Common finrmr.il of tin if nf ADtnn.
by ordinance No. 10C8, entitled an ordi
nance ordering the Auditor aud Polico
Judce to issue warrants for the collection
of Cedar street assessments, approved
February 26th, 1889- Said warrant bear
ing date tho 28th day of February, 1889,
commanding me to levy upon lot No. 4
in block 125, in tho city of Astoria as
laid out and recorded by J. M. Shively,
dollars, which assessment was made for
iue improvement oi uedar street between
West-Cth street and Salmon street by or
dinance No. 1065, entitled an ordinance
declaring the probablo cost of improving
Cedar street from West Gth street to
Salmon street, approved December 13th,
1883. 1 have this day levied upon lot No. 4
in block 125 in Shiveiy's Astoria, and on
Monday, the 22d day of April, 1889, at
uuo u ciocK jr. u. oi sam aay in iront or
the court house door in the city of As
toria, Clatsop county, Uregon, will pro-
PAPrl in Gall lnt Vn A in KlnnV fJ 19 in
Shiveiy's Astoria, to the highest bidder
tutuuui, to pay Bum ossessmeiu, coats
and expenses of sale. Said sale to be for
V. S. gold coin.
Astoria, March 20th, 1889.
W. J.-BARRY,
Chief of Police.
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CniEF OF POLICE SALE.
Notice is hereby given that by virtue
of ,a'.arrant issued by the Auditor
and Police Judge of the city of Astoria,
in accordance with an order made by
the Common Coudc'iI of the city of As
toria, by Ordinance number 1068, enti
tled an ordinance ordering the Auditor
and Police Judge to issue warrants for
the collection of Cedar stiect assess
ments, approved February 20th, 1889,
said warrant bearing date the 28th day
of February, 1839, commanding me to
levy upon the undivided C-20 of block
number 121, in the city of Astoria, as
laid out and recorded by J. M. Shively,
to collect an assessment of tlnrtv-four
and 50-ICO dollars, which assessment
was made for the improvement of Ce
dar street between West Gth street and
Salmon street, by Ordinanco 1063, en
titled an ordinance declaring the .prob
able cost of improving Cedar street
from West 6th street to Salmon street,
approved December 13th. 1883. I have
this day levied upon the undivided 3-20
of block number 124, in Shiveiy's Asto
ria, and on Monday, the 22nd dav of
April, 1889, at one o'clock p.m. of 'said
day, In front of the court houso door, in
the city of Astoria, Clatsop county, Ore
gon, will proceed to sell the iindivbled
5-20 of block number 124, in Shiveiy's
Astoria, to the highest bidder therefor,
to pay said assessments, costs and ex
penses of sale. Said sale to be for V. S.
gold coin.
Astoria March 20, 1889.
W. J. RARRY.
Chief of Police.
CHIEF OF POLICE SALE.
Notice i3 hereby given that by virtue
of a warrant issued by tho Auditor and
Police Judge of tho city of Astoria, in
accordance with an ordor made by the
Common Council of tha citv of Astoria.
by ordinanco No, 1063, entitled an ordi
nance ordering the Auditor and Polico
Judgo to issuo warrants for tho collection
of Cedar street assessments, approved
February 26th. 1889. Said warrant bear
ing date the 23th day of February, 18S9,
commanding mo to Ivy upon lot No. 5
in block No. 133 in the city of Astoria as
laid out and recorded by J. M. Shively,
to collect an assessment of twonty-three
dollars, which assessment was made for
the improvement ofCedar street between
West-6th street and Salmon street by or
dinance No. 1065, entitled nn ordinance
declaring the probable cost of improving
Cedar street from West-Cth street to
Salmon street, approved December 13th,
1888, 1 have this day levied upon lot No.
5 in block No. 133 in Shiveiy's Astoria,
and on Monday, tho 22nd day of April,
1839, at one o'clock P. M. of said day in
front of the court house door in the city
of Astoria, Clatsop county, Oregon, will
proceed to sell lot No. 5 in block No. 133
in Shiveiy's Astoria, to the highest bid
der therefor, to pay said assessment, costs
and expenses of sale. Said sals to be for
U. S. gold coin.
Astoria, March 20, 1839.
W. J. BARRY,
Chief of Police.
CHIEF OF FOLICE SALE.
. Notice is hereby-given that by virtue
of a warrant issued by the Auditor and
Police Jndgo of tho city of Astoria, in
accordance with an order mado by the
Common Council of the city of Astoria,
by ordinance No. 1068, entitled an ordi
nance ordering the Auditor and Polico
Judge to issuo warrants for the collection
of Cedar street assessments, approved
February 2Gth, 18S9. Said warrant bear
ing date tho 28th day of February, 1880,
commanding me to levy upon lot No. 4
in block No. 122 in the city of Astoria as
laid out and recorded by J. M. Shively,
to collect an assessment of twenty-three
dollars, -which assessment was mado for
the improvement of Cedar street between
West-6th street and Salmon street by or
dinance No. 10C3, entitled an ordinance
declaring the probable cost of improving
Cedar street from West-Cth street to
Salmon street, approved December l"th,
1838, 1 havo this day levied upon lot No.
4 in block No. 122 in Shiveiy's Astoria,
and on Monday, the 22d day of April,
1889, at one o'clock P. M. of said day in
front of tho court house door in tho city
of Astoria, Clatsop county, Oregon, will
proceed to sell lot No. 4 in block No. 122
in Shiveiy's Astoria, to the highest bid
der therefor, to pay said assessment, cost3
and expenses of sale. Said sale to be for
U. S. gold coin.
ARtnnn. March 20th. 1889.
W .T TiATmY. I
Chief of Police.
CHIEF OF POLICE SALE.
Notice is hereby given that by virtue
of a warrant issued by the Auditor and
Police Judge of the city of Astoria, in
accordance with an order mado by the
Common Council of the city of Astoria
by ordinanco No. 10G8, entitled nn ordi
nance ordering tho Auditor and Police
Judge to issue warrants for the collection
of Cedar street assessments, approved
February 2Ctb, 1889. Said warrant bear
ing date the 2Sth day of Febraary, 1889,
commanding me to levy upon lot No. C
in block No. 125 in the city of Astoria as
laid ont and recorded by J. M. Shively,
to collect an assessment of five and 75-100
dollars, which assessment was mado for
tho improvement of Cedar streetbetween
West-Gth street and Salmon street by or
dinanco No-1005, entitled an ordinance
declaring the probablo cost of improving
Cedar street from West-(ith street to
Salmon street, approved December 13th,
18S8, 1 havo this day levied upon lot No.
G in block No. 125 in Shiveiy's Astonn,
18S9,at oneo'clookP.M.of said day in
front of the court houso door m tho city
of Astoria, Clatsop county, Oregon, will
proceed to sell lot No. C in block No. 125
in Shiveiy's Astoria,.to tho highest bid
der therefor, to pay said assessment, costs
and expenses of sale. Said sale to bo for
U. S. gold coin.
Astoria, March 20th, 1889.
W.J.BARRY,
Chief of Police.
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Momlajs, Wednesdays and Fridays.
Tho Steamer S. C. REED
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and
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Tickets to llivaco..
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