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THE liAILV ASTORIA ASTORIA, TUESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 24, 1893.
MR. PETERS OP SCHOHARIE ON MODERN RACING CRAFT. I don't know much about racin craft, but those of thenv I've seed Is mighty curious-lookfn' things, in spite of all their speed. . . The Vlggilant, that some folks think s the fastest thing afloat, Is just about as safe, I think, as any unbroke gpat. , I wouldn't trust my life aboard a thing that looks like that. Not even If you'd offer me a thousand dollars flat; I'd sooner take my chances on a shln- irle In, the bay, ; Than to a mile outside on her upon the cammeHt day. She's got, It 'pears to me, about two million yards of sail, A-fastened onto masts and spars that looks so very frail I'd rather meet a grizzly, with a tooth pick In my hand, Than get aboard o' that there boat six Inches from the land. I wouldn't rare a shHHn if she'd K a . thousand knots, An'beat a cable message like she dots them other yachts; You wouldn't get me sallln' not for all the British crown On boats with hulls like razors with the bladeB a hangln' down, An' when I takeB up racln' It'll be rn solid ground, , " , . . So long as boats like them's the kind that folks consider sound. There's fun enough for me on land with my old sorrel mare That went a mile In seven two last autumn at the fair. Though if the boys up my way want aquatics I'll consent. I alwtiys b'lleved in lettln' boys go fol low up their bent. But all the water races into which bl. Peters goes Will be in drinkin' from th& pump or e julrtin' with the hoBe. PERSONAL MENTION. D. H. Stewart,' of San Francisco, is in town. J. W. Cook came down from Port land yesterday. a. W. Fearnslde, a merchant of Til lamook, is in the city. L. H. Scrivener Is registered at the Occident frorro San Francisco. ' t. Mnnani. H ml fMark Carnaban are In town. They came up from Cannon Beach yesterday. J. H. Brldgeford, county commis sioner of Tillamook county, came up from San Francisco yesterday, and leaves for Bay City this morning. Mrs. J. W. Conn returned from Port land ..yesterday morning with her daughter, Miss Edith, who will remain home for a few days on account of a severe cold. Mr. John Wallace, of the Arm of Wallace, Broa, of Kalama, Wash., says the Cathlamet Gazette, gives, in Ice and Refrigeration, some Interesting facts lu relation to the rail shipment of frozen fish, which may bo of gen eral value. As our ivaders well know, a large quantity of frozen salmon llnds its way from the freezing plants at the fisheries to the East. In shipping, the trade recognizes the fact that fish frozen solid will, in part, refrigerate themselves. They, therefore, pack them tightly In boxes and load into re frigerator cars. These care are first reduced to as low a, temperature as possible, and then the floor is covered yith several inches of chilled sawdust. The boxes of fish are then loaded In, leaving a space of several Inches be tween the Bides, ends and top of the car, which is also filled with cold saw dust. Then the car is closed and seal ed. No Ice is placed in the tanks in the car, but it has been found by quite extensive experience, that fish so pock ed for shipment reached their destina tion in perfect condition, in reasonably warm weather without Ice, and that, too, after aj passage of eight to fifteen days. The saving effected Is; The flrBt coHt of the Ice; then cost of freight on tho Ice, and also a gnln of 1,500 pounds of fish In lieu of that much weight of loo, which, by tho practice of the Nor them Parllla road, is allowed free. ' SHERIFF'S BALE. In tho Circuit Court of the State of Oregon, for Clatsop county; John Davis, Plaintiff, vs. Oliver Stewart, Martha Stewart, and E. I l)wyer, Defendants. By virtue of an execution and order nf nnlt lHrtnail rmt nf 11 ml utulnt. iha seal of the above entitled court in the above entitled cause, on the 11th day of October, 18S3, upon a decree of fore closure and judgment duly made and rendered therein on the 2nd day of Oc tober, 1893, which Bald execution and order of sale was to me directed and delivered, I did on the 19th day of October, 1S93, levy uion all the right, title, claim and interest of the within named defendants in and to the fol lowing described real property towlf. All that part of section ten lying east of a line drawn parallel with and one chain east of the eaBt bonk of Qnnt creek, bo called; also the south half of miction eleven; also the south half of the north half of section eleven, all being situate In township eight, north of range seven, west, of the Willamette meridian, in Clatsop county, Oregon. And I shall on Saturday, the 18th dny of November, 1893, at the hour of 10 o'clock a, m.. In front of the court house door, in the city of Astoria, in imld county and state, proceed to sell the same or so much thereof as shall be stillU'lent to satisfy the sum of together with the further sum of $300 attorney's fees, together with the costs and disbursements taxed at 5.25, and the accruing costs of this suit, at public, auction, to the highest bidder for rash In hand In U. 8. gold cola at time of sale. H. A. SMITH, Sheriff of Clatsop County, Oregon. - Dated Astoria, Or., Oct. 19, 1891 SHERIFF'S BALE. In the Circuit Court of the State of Wimn tt w Ol u t at fVii i n t v W. 8. Hamilton, Plaintiff, vs. P. O. Seaborg and Annie Beaborg, Defendants: By virtue of an execution and order of sale Issued out of and under the tval of the above entitled court, in the ii hove entitled cause, on the 11th duy of October, J89J. Uxw a decree of fore closure and Judgment duly made and itiiJoivd therein on the 19th day of June, li!X which sold execution and r- ' r cf sale was to m directed and ...... v,.r.-.l I did m tha 13th dv of Oo juinT, levy upuu aii the it. ti tle, claim and Interest of the above named defendants, in and to the fol lowing described real estate, to-wit: the northwest quarter of the south west quarter and the south half of the southwest quarter and the southwest Quarter of the southeast quarter of ,, on nv T M t 1 W also 20 BtJULlUJA v ' ' acres described as follows: Commenc ing at the nortneast corner or me norm west quarter of Sec. 82, Tp. 7 N., R. 8 W., thence west 835 feet, thence south 1045 feet, thence east, w ieei, muve north 1U4 ieei 10 me puim ui ucbui ning, an situaieu in miouv tun,. ty, Oregon; ana i snan, on mommy, ih Aav nt November. 1893. at the the 11 Viir n. m.. In front of lllUI VI J . 11.0 nniintii niirthniiH door In the c city An,nrt In aalri nnnntv Anrl State Ul jvn.ui it. ... , . A in. aaii tho snmn nr Rn inuuii thereof as shall be sufficient to satis fy the sum of $917.21, with interest on the same at the rate of ten per cent per annum from the 20th day of June icno tAnlhar with thf PORtfl and diS- lo.'o, '"n1- " -- burscments taxed at $23.00, together with accruing costs oi mis huiv, i puu 11c auction, to the highest bidder for cash in hand in v. a. goiu com ;n time of sale. H. A. SMITH, S heriff of Clatsop County, Oregon. Dated, Astoria, Or., Oct. 13, 1893. ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE SALE. OF Notice is hereby given that, pursu ant to an order of the county court of Clatsop county, Oregon, the under signed, administrator of the estate of Sarah E. Coffman, deceased, will, from and after the 20th day of November, 1893. nroceed to sell, at private sale, for cash or approved security, all the right, title and interest or tne saiu Sarah E. Coffman, deceased, at the time of her death, in the following described real property belonging to said estate, to-wit: A tract or lot fifty feet wide off the north end of that particular parcel of land belonging to the said estate, aescriDea ana oounueu as follows, to-wlt: Beginning at a point on the west side of the county road, leading from Seaside postofllce to Sklpanon Landing In Clatsop county Oregon, 480 feet north of the north line of Section 21, township 6 'north, of range 10 west, and 272 feet west of the west line of section 15, of the same township. Thence north along the west line of said county road 205 feet to a stake and 213 feet west from said west line of Bald section 15, thence westerly to ordinary high water mark of Necanlcum Creek, thence southerly alone the line of ordinary high water nrark 265 feet, thence easterly to place of beginning. Said tract herein adver tised to be sold lies fifty feet on the county road leading from Seaside to Sklpanon, and extends west rrom saia county .road to ordinary high water mark of Necanlcum Creek, in Clatsop county, Oregon, and will be sold as a whole or in subdivisions. W. W. PARKER, Administrator of the estate of Sarah E. Coffman, deceased. Adtorla, Oregon, Oct. 18, 1893. A Medical Firm Gives Away Cash. J. F. Bralth & Co. of No. 255 Green wich St., New York, the manufactur ers of that favorite cathartic known as Smith's Bilo Beans, have adopted a novel plan. They ask the individual buyers of Bile Beans to send their full name and address, witty an outside wrapper from a bottle of Bilo Beans (either size) to their office, and they give $5 for the first wrapper received In each morning's mail, and $1 for the 2d, 8d, 4th, 6th and 6th. Every day $10 in cash is thus sent to their cor respondents. Ask for SMALL sizo. Solontlflo American Agency for CAVEATS. TRAD! MARKS. DESIGN PATENT8. 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Your Grocer and Druggist sell it. and In the sick room, f World - famed 21,562,370,00 8,630,425.00 , 10,915,829.00 1,617,195.00 2,677,219.00 ajaaaaaMHHHa $45,403,044.00 Elmore, Sanborn & Co. SIDE FISHING Marshall's Twine are superior USE IT AMERICAN LABOR MAKES IT MESH NETS FOR LASTING QUALITIES 12 Ply 40's 14-Ply 40s mffiffiftb, : The : Hi ws .-j W'oot Moil Route. htsYoiinCiago. Of any otiier line. Pullman and Tourist Sleepers Free Reclining Chair Cars, Clru Ing Cars are run daily via the Union Pacific Flyer leaving Port, land at 6:30 p. m. ASTORIA TO SAN FRANCISCO OOEAN STEAMERS Wednesday, October 11. Monday, October 16. Saturday, October 21. Thursday, October 26. Tuesday, October 31. ASTORIA & PORTLAND STEAMERU Steamer It. R. Thompson leaves As toria at 6 a. m., dally except Sunday, via Washington side of the river; re turning, leaves Portland at 8 p. m., dally, except Saturday. The Queen makes landings on both sides of the river above Waterford, on both up and down trips. For rates and general information cuil nn or address, W. H. HTJItLBURT, G. W. LOCNSBEKRY. A. Gen. fas. Apt. Agent. Portland, Or, . Astoria, Or. Is i lie line to take to all points EASTandSOUTH It is the DINING CAR ROUTE It offers the best service, conij blumg SPEED and COMFOilT It Is the popular route with thote who wiMi to travel on THE SAFEST It is therefore the route you should take. It runs through vestibuled trains every day In the year to ST.PAULAIDCHIUAGO No Change of Cara, Elegant Pullman Sleepers, Superior Tourist Sleepers, Splendid Free Second-class Sleepers, - Only one change of cara Portland to New York Through Tickets To Any Tart of the civilized world. Paaseneera ticketed via. all boats rnnnluc betweeu Aatoria, Kalama aud l'or!laud. Full Information concerning rates, time of tralim, routes ana cttier details iurnlsned oo aiplicattonto ' C.W.STONE, Agent Astoria. Steamer Telephone Dock. A. D. CHARLTON, Assistant General Passenger Agent, Ho. 131 First Bt.. cor. Washington, Portland. Oregon Z. XTL c3 3JT, 0OS Steamer Ilwae Leaves Astoria dailv at 7:.T0 a. m. for Hwaeo. calling at Tansy Point, and couneclint; with railroad runniHg north at 10 a. m, and with iMiats on shoalwair bay fur Ssath Bend, Mnnabine, Nartai fovi And other points through to tiray'a Bar. aar. Krtimiing Conner's at Iiwaco with S'eamersfor Astoria aud IkiKbt Baata far Partlana. JOHN K. GOCXTER. L. A. LOOMT3, secretary. PreaideuU B, V. fctitsttti. Sapennteodect. Alii Eas Points era hours an