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THE "DAILY i ASTORIAN, ASTORIA, WEDNESDAY 3IORXJXG, FEBRUARY -21, -1893.
" An English Bhipmastara. Version of the State 01 AHJur. ,: - The following Is an extract frqra ,a letter written by the captain of the Brit ish ship Ineiikelth, , dated Klq Janeiro, December 24, 1893i "On arrival I find that Rio is In a state of bombardment shells' flylnsr ' around In all directions, The firing is aimotrt continuous. It Is nothing to hear a big shot whizzing through" the aJiv and dropping about a ship's length away from us." Out gov ernment Is "very slack, ana aon fc seem to Interfere."' The . afterpoon I arrived here an apprentice .fronl Pn 01 tne Eng' lish' shiR; waa shot dead, and our far. famed man-of-war . commanders sy they cannot protect' life: On my arrival among the shipping here I had Just se cured a good berth1, when a British offi cer came aboard and told me I Was in the line of Are and would have to go on, and that I was here on my own respon sibility. Where we. are. berthed now we are supposed to be put of the line 'of Are, but' the 'shots sometimes fall too close to be coraTortUTSIff JThls afternoon I, was r)tu.mlngT.;, rqnvtfce .Corunna, whenVa.BleH,ifel about twenty yards astern of our. boat It is wonderful the amount of muscle a' sailor puts 'to an oar In a cas bf that kind.- I Jiftvt ex plained all this, thinking it should be. ulred and remedied. E'y appearances the end of the revolution Is about as distant as Imagination goes.' I .have at the time of writing one of the Insurgent cruisers taking shelter under our port quarter; a nice state of affairs. I wonder why Norwegian , ships .are being ' protected and are able to get discharged while we cannot Recently a 'shot killed an Italian In a boat The Italian admiral ranged alongside the city- and said he would blow it up up if they did not pay la 1 demlfy and' give the man a military funeral They paid tip and burled' the man as demanded. Why cannot the English government do the' same? ' This place is fairly packed with ships. Sbrrie have been here for weeks and not yet begun discharging: I was speaking to a captain on Saturday' who has beeh here three or four mouths." . . TRYING TO PLAT,' THE CANADIANS An Ottawa correspondent tells a story in effect that following the reporting of the Wilson tariff bill at Washington an American gentleman arrived in Ottawa, who claimed that as a lobbyist he had great influence at the national capital, and he would use that Influence in get ting lumber put on the free list, pro vided he waa successful,, the lumber men of the Ottawa district pay htm i." cents a thousand on all lumber exported from Canada to the United States for a period of one year. f " Even on the amount of lumber that ordinarily comes into the United' States from Canada during twelve months such a commission would give htm more than three times as much money as the president of the United States receives as salary yearly; and come to let' the bars down entirely and the low grade of lumber flowing over here in a mighty current, there is no telling how much his Income would be. ' ...;.. .'" ' The story Is evidently a cahnrd." If not the Ottawa lumbermen should lose no time in giving the name of. the gen tleman for publication. Surely . hit proper place Is In a resort for feeble minded, else he thinks that such a re sort is a proper place for the Ottawa lumbermen. REPUBLICAN COUNTY COMMITTEK Tho Republican county committee met yesterday morning at - McKlnley: hall. James W. Welch, chairman. TV. ...... I t .1 . I .1 l ... i. 'publican coufity conventimvori' !AirtJ 1 x 181)4, at the McKlnley hall, and'rt'com mended that the primaries throughout the county be ' held on Wednesday, March 28. 1891 " ' - J;,v' wj ' , ,. ,xu convention will consist 01 b aeie-' sates, apportioned among the .various precincts as follows; Astoria .... M Young's River.... , -North Fork.... ;i westport Clatsop., ., Hear Creek Flshhawk.. , Seaside , .'. ,, , .'. Clover , , Clifton Mlshwalika '., ., . .. ' , Lewis & Clark ' Vernier Knappa .....! '... ' S The spportlonment Is made as follows One delegate at large front each pre einct and one delegate for every 25 or less Votes cast tir inn. anu one for every fraction over 23. ' - i , 'i Tim a it .... . . Friday's Herald of Trade has the foi. t lowing: Z ' v; A fairly steady trade call Is report ed.. Low price's, R is said, have stimu lated consumption. The only stock ih first hands Is Alaska, held by the Alas ka Packers' Association. - Fair ship ments are being wade to coast points. t and also eastward. Eastern advices re port an Increasing trade coll and a Strengthening In ...l.. The following !xptelua Itself: ' L'dltor Herald of Trade: We beg to aJvlse you that, at a meeting of the board of directors, held February 8, the price of red salmon was advanced two and one-half j i-: . por doie W. D. Bradford, Beeretary. The London Grocer reports thRt mar ket as follows: -salmon is more in quired for. and quotations range as M lows: Good ordinary fish at 19s to- "On i. imer oruuis at 2is to 23a. and choice 2-!t. fist Uns (to dozen In a ease), at Sis -to a:" The same f'4Hr"My thSt at IJvcriwHj "the demand Is r-vlvlnjr. Lut pi'Hva nut unrltaii,1 . '-'; WIIIPAND.SPUII. San Francisco, Feb. 20. The races to day, resulted as follows: .-, iFlve furlongs Norlee, 1:05. . -Five and'onc-half furlongs Semelc, 1:12 3-4. " Six and one-half furlongs Royal Flush, 1:26 2-4. , . . , . Six furlongs Hercules, 1:18 1-4. .. Six furlongs Ravine,' 1:19 1-4. In the' last 'race Resurrection stum bled and fell, and was so badly Injured i, that It was necessary to shoot hlra. . j -ORDINANCE NO -. An1 Ordinance Providing ' for Taxing, Licensing and Regulating Bur Rooms and Drinking Shops aud , Places Where Liquors Arc Sold Within the City ' of Astoria. of Astoria docs ordain as RAILROAD BLOCKADED. Reno, Nev., Feb. 20. The blockade on the railroad In the Sierra Nevada moun tains is the worst lh years. Two trains, with 200 passengers, are held here await ing the. opening of - the road. The Truokee passenger train is abandoned. Last night was a wild one in the moun tains, and the Indications are that It will be several days before the road Is opened. J ' ' ' ' ' v' BUZZARD IN IOWA. Cedar Rapids, la., Feb. 20. A blinding blizzard prevailed . here since early morning. The high wind is growing in violence; 'Hth 'no : prospect of letting up,, It Is severely cold. ... 'INSANE ASYLUM BURNKD,- Rochester, N. Y., Feb, 20. Tho state hosjdtal for the Insane, located here, ; burned early this morning.- Loss, $120,- 000. The greatest excitement prevailed BiB nt ,hi itunn. nnH ai,..h vinin, The City follows: i Section 1. That no person or persons ahull, in the City ot Asloiiu, ciaiaop County, Oregon, either directly or indi rectly, in person or ty linoiner, sen, barter or deliver, or knowingly permit J to be sold by another, or tor or on his account, or otherwise, any wine, mult I or spirituous liquors In less quantities ' than one Kullon, without llrst obtaining a license w to do lrom the City of As toria, in the manner in this ordinance hereinafter provided. Provided, thut nothing in this ordinance shall be con strued to apply to the sale of liquors for medicinal purposes, made by a regular licensed phatmaclBt upon a prescription therefor made by a regular licensed physician or surgeon, in the regular course of such physician's or surgeon's practice to a patient, and for medicinal purposes only. - Any person violating any of the pro visions of this- -section- shall be deemed guilty of a misdemeanor, and upon con viction thereof before the police Judge, shall be fined not less than Twenty-five Dollars, nor more than Two Hundred Dollars, or by Imprisonment in the city Jail until- such fine be paid, not to ex ceed One Hundred days. And It Is here by made the duty of the Chief of Police and each police officer of the city to make complaint to the City Attorney of among the Inmates, , but all were re moved safely, . REPUBLICANS MAKE GAINS. - r Pittsburg, Feb. 20. The municipal elections resulted in a victory for the republicans. They gained a number of councilman and carried the city by 7,000 to 9,000 majority. . . CONFIRMED BY THE SENATE. Washington, Feb. ?0. The senate has :on firmed the nomination of A. L. Clem ens for receiver of public moneys at North Yakima. 1 SIX FEET OF SNOW. Leadvllle, Col., Feb. 20. A terrible snow storm has been In progress near Kokomo for two days. It Is six feet ! n all thines comply with the provisions deep on the level. - tlon must be prosecuted by such at torney. , . . Section 2. Every person applying for a license to sell wine, malt or spirituous liquors, in less quantities than one gal lon, under the provisions of this ordin ance, shall pay Into the city treasury the sum of Four Hundred Dollars per annum, and In no case shall any license be Issued for. a less period than one year, and no license shall be In any manner transferable. Provided, fur ther, that the Common Council shall re serve and have the right to revoke, a license at any time. Section 3. Before a license shall issue, as provided In this ordinance, the ap plicant shall petition the Common Coun cil In the manner provided in Section 4 of this ordinance,- and shall alhbr with' said petition, present to the Common Council a bond in the sum of Five Hun dred .Dollars, with two or more suffi cient sureties, payable to the City of Astoria, conditioned that the applicants shall, keep an orderly house, and will VICTORY FOR THE INSURGENTS. Buenos Ayres, Feb. 20. A battle has been fought at Itapeva, 1C0 miles west of Sao Paulo, The Brazilian government troops were defeated. NATIONAL FINANCES. ( WashlnRton, Feb. 20. The available cash in the-treasury today was 192,349. '"' , : HEALTH IN OLD AGE. Colllnson, Queens, N. Y Edward say: "I commenced using Hrandreth's Pills I over titty-live years ugo. I first bought them in London, an.l luive continued uslnir them since I came to this country In 1836. I am now over sevent.y-flve years old, hale and licai'ty. and attrib ute my wond irf Jl health- to the persis tent use or urandrotn s I'll s. Occa sionally I iave a bad cnld or severe at tack of rhouniailsm, Indigestion 6r blll- of thls ordinance during the period of one yoar from the date of such license. ! Attached to said bond shall be the atli ; davit, verified by the onth of the sure 1 ties, to the effect that they are free holders of the City of Astoria, nnd are In the aggregate worth the sum of One : Thousand Dollars over and above all Just debts and liabilities, exclusive of property exempt .from execution. The applicant shall also present with such petition and bond, a receipt of tho City Treasurer for the amount of money de posited "for BUch license, to-vit, $400. Section 4. Tho petition required by this ordinance shall state: 1st The name of the applicant 2nd Whether such applicant has be fore held, or holds at the time of tho i application, a license, and If so, at what time such license has or does expire. 3rd The number and street where such house Is situuted where the liquors are to be sold Such petition shall be verified by the appKnnt, or If more than one. then by one if said nppllcai.ts, stating that such petition is true. Tho receipt of -the Treasurer men tloned in Section . 3 of this ordinance shall state that the amount paid by ousness, but four or five d j.ies of Bran-'! such applicant is paid for liquor license. dreth s Pills always cure me. When ever my chlldron have been hick with warlet fever, measles, eeld stomach. disordered dlirosiloa or c Hlveness, a few doses .if llrajulroth's i llls restored their health nt once. ' "A TALENTED EDITOR." ' Gentlemen: I had occasion to use several boxes of Krause's Headache Capsules while traveling to Chicago to it tend tho National Democratic Con vention. They acted like a charm in to ne refunded In case the Common Council shall refuse to grant the petition or tne nppucanw otnerwlse upon th Issuing or such' lltense to go Into the Fouce Fund or said City of Astoria. Section li. Kntit ncilHm. cl,.,ll k, granted on condition of the approval 6f ino oonu Dy tne mayor, nnd said Mayoi shall examine the'bond of the applicant una enner approve or disapprove the same, upon tho provisions of this or dinance being compiled with, the Aud itoor and Police Judge shall issue Buoh license to such applicant. preventing headaches and dizziness. Section 6. The peace bond given by Have had very little heudache since the applicant, a provided in una i. 1 f.m. f -t-rW- my return, which Is remarkable. , Yours, respectfully, JOHN U. SHAFFER. Ed. Renovo (Pa.) Record. For sale by Chas. Rogers, Astoria, Or., sole agent. $25.00 REWARD. This sum will be paid for Information leading to the arrest nnd conviction of my person selling or delivering wines, iplrltuous or malt liquors In quantities ess than one gallon In the city of Astoria unless holding a city license for selling tame under the provisions of the or tlnanca regulating barrooms and drink ing shops, LIQUOR DEALERS'. AS'N.' A SURE CURE FOR PILES. Itching Piles a. known by moisture Ike perspiration, causing Intense iti-hlng then warm. This form, as well as tlllnd. 'feeding or Protrudlmc. yield ot onue to 'r. Bosanko'a Pile Hemedy, which acts ilrectly on the parts affected, absorbs umora, allays itching and effects a ermanent cure. Wc. DruitKlst or mail Circular! free. Dr. Boaonko S Arh -troet, Philadelphia, Pa. Sold by J. W. tonn. BUCKLEN'S ARNICA SALVE. The best salve In the world foi cuts, mines, sores, plcers, salt rheum. fevr orva, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains, orna, and all skin eruptions, and posltlvo y cure a pllua, or no pay required. It a ' auarantneil t siv perfect ntlwfao- Mon or money refundoii. Price XI cents wr box. For sale by Chas. Rogers, iv- mor to J. C Dement. NOTICE. After this date the undersigned will net sell coke or coal by retail to any ne within - the limits iA .ihe city or Astoria, their retail business having this day been sold to H. F. Prnel & Co. ASTORIA OAS LIGHT CO. Astoria, February 1, 1S94. CHANGE OF ADDHKSS. dlnance, in case if any violation nf m of its provisions or conditions, shall be name to oe prosecuted therefor In u civil acton, and it shall be the duty of the City Attorney to prosecute the bond Kiven uy sucn afipiicant Mr any viola tlon of Its provision. Section 7. Any 'keeper of n bar-room or drinking shop, or place whure liquor" are sold, who shall permit any brea. li of the peace or disturbance of public oi - uci- or ucenrum, ny noisy or dlsorderh conduct on the premises, when it is lit his power to prevent the hnme m. shall sell or give any intoxicating liquors yerwin mrenoy intoxicated, or am person under the aire of lesal majority or who shall allow or permit any mlnoi to remain in or about any bar-room or drinking shop, or place where liquors are sold, or who, shall permit any the atrical or minstrel show, exhibition or concert to taktf lAace In such bar-room or drinking shop.' or place where liquor are sold, or who shall permit any mlnoi to be or remain in any theatre or plae of amusement In- which Intoxlcatiir liquors are sold, shall be deemed guiitv of a misdemeanor, and upon convlctlor thereof before the Police Court, shall be lined not less thnh twenty.flve nor more than one hundred dollars, or bv onment In the city tall not I... .v. twelve nor mora Hum nei,. ,i .... " both. In the discretion of the court 'and shall .forfeit theflicense to smh b"r room. or drinking shop or place where liquor are sold, j Section 8. Kal-h m,a even- place where wines, malt or spirituous liquors are sold, bartered or ,i.,n,-...i '...... be deemed a bar-room, or drlnkln'ir-shoP rtr Place where liquors are oM.u nder the pioylslons or thls ordinance Section H. Tach nnd hvtn. . u...;i-. .... - reason .NOJTICE , .. . Of "jt.rnpletlcn and -Aecoptanre-. of I'oung's Bay County1 Koitd. f- ; ! Noli :e is hereby given that M. Kron quist, ontiaclor, on Young's Bay county ro.d, under the provisions or Ordiii .iice No. i; 10, did, on the Itiih day of Febru ary, 194, file in the ofiice of the Auditor and Police Judge of the City of Astoria, th4 certificate of the Superintendent f Streets nnd the City 8urveor, approved by the Committee on Streets and Publlo Ways. ; After the expiration of the time here inafter specified, ir no objection to the acceptance of such work be tiled, and the Common Council shall deem such Improvement properly completed ac cording to the contract and plans nnd specifications therefor, the Ratne m-iv tit uceepled. Objections to the acceptance of said work, or any part thereof, may be tiled In the office of the Auditor and Police Judge on or before Tuesday, February 20th, 1894. uiuiuy K. OSBURN, ' Auditor and Police Judge. Astoria, Ore., Feb. 10, 1894. FOURTH STREET GRADE NOTICE. Notice is hereby given that the Com mon Council of the City of Astoria pro pose to establish the grade of Fourth street, in the City, of Astoria, Oregon as laid out and recorded by John Adair, at the following heights above the base of grades as established by ordinance No. 71, entitled "An ordinance estab lishing a base of grades for the streets of the City of Astoria, as follows, to wlt: Feet. At Intersection wl:h Auger avenue.. 22.0 At intersection with Abernethy 26 6 At Intersection with Bonneville 38.6 And that' the grade of the interven ing streets be a straight line between the crossings mentioned. And unless a remonstrance sierned hv the owners of three-fourths of the prop-1 eriy ironting on said portion of bm i street be filed with the Auditor nnd Police Judge within ton days from the nnai pumication or this notice, to-wif On Monday, March 12th, 1894, the Com-I mon council will establish said grade. By order of the Common Council. Attest: K. OSBURN, Auditor and Police Judge.: Astoria. Ore., February 16, 1894. i 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, to me directed, dated the 20th day 6f January, jy, and against NANCY WELCH, Commanding me to levy upon the north JJl-JxoO feet, of lot 12, in block num- uereu as, trsessed to Nancy Welch In that portion of said CItv of Asitnrin which was laid out and recorded by John M. Shively, In Clatsop county, Oregon, upon which an assessment of $52.58 13 unpaid, assessed for the Im provement of that portion of West Eighth street, In said city, between the south side of Water street and the southern limits of tho city, approved March 11th, 1891, which assessment is declared ami assessed upon said lot by Ordinance No. 1433 of said city, entitled An Ordinance declaring the probable costs or improving west Eighth street, Approved August 5th, 1891. I have this day levied upon said above described property, and on Tues day, March tho 20th, 1894, at 2 o'clock p. m, of said d.iy, In front of the Court: House door, ir sail City of Astoria, County of ClatBop and State of Oregon, will sell said property to tho highest hldder therefor, to pay said assessnien. together with costs and expenses of sale. Dated Astoria, Oregon, February 19th, 1S94, C. W. LOUGHERY, Chief of Police for the City of Astoria. i op.-. MARSHALL'S TWINE Js conceded ly all to bo the best. It fishes bitter nnd wears better ,than any other twino iised on the Columbia river. TRY IT AND BE CONVINCED. .f You Want Cannery and . "".Fishermen's Supplies, Call on- EltPHE SflJlBOHfl &G0. Cotton Hope, Cotton Twine, Marshall's Twine, Trap and Seine Web, Tanbark, Acid and Salt, Strip Lead, Pig Lead, Copper, Tin Flate, Tin and Zinc, In Stock. ASTORIA, - OREGON. CHIEF OF POLICE SALE. CHIEF OF POLICE SALE. Notice is hereby giv-3n that by virtue of a warrant Issued by the Auditor and Police Judge of the City of Astoria, to me directed, dated the 20th day of January, 1891, and ngnlnst S5. ANSTINSON, Commanding me to levy upon the south 130x50 feet of lot No. 12, in block minboie.fi 5S, assessed to Z. Anstlnson, In that porUon of said City pf Astoria which was laid" out and recorded by John 11. Shively, In Clatsop county, Oregon, upon which nn assessment ot M-lli.sS is unpaid, assessed for the im provement of that portion of West ISighth street, In said city, between the wuith side of Water street and the touthern limits of the city, approved March 11th, 1S!I1, which assessment 1: declared and assessed upon said lot by Ordinance No. 1133 of said elt.y, entitled -Vn Ordinance declaring the probable osts of Improving West Eighth street. Approved August 5th, 1891. I have this day levied upon salil ibove described property, and on Tues I iy. Mnrch tire 20th, 1891, at 2 o'clock l. m. of said day in front of the Cmu'-i .'louse door. In u.M City if Astoria '"ounty of Clatsop and Stall of Oregon, vill sell said property to the highest oldder'therefor, to pay said assessment, together ' with costs and expenses of -.tie. .. ...... Dated Astoria, Oregon, February 19th. !SD4. C. W. LOUGHERY, "hlcf of Police for the City of Astoria. CHIEF OF POLICE SALE. Rev. L. Nlssn, Scandinavian, Uermun Anil k-.nirltMh T .11 1 hrn n lnat.,r h n a rw. moved to the house of Ms. M. r-roonis and drinking Larsen Berrlnn. W. Fifth street, at the!0' "nln the 'corporate limits of the batk or Scow liay Foundry, opposite ; "i. imsop county. Ore- of this ordiimneo;hHll exhiWt the sa ftt all times, white the ime Is in for In his or telr Jlace of business a persons violating tho provisions o'f t section shall, uixm e,nvi, .,.. before the Auditor and Police Judge be fined not to exceed :. dollars. ',V by lmnrlaoiinient Irv th.. ..1... ..... . ' imprisonment In' the city riscwti iweiuy-uve Uavs, Jail ot to taction 10. Ordinance No, 1S22. entitled .... ......... tor lions in li the. Finn rfcurcjh. CHANGE OF ADPRESS. Mrs. Christine Nlssen, Teacher of the I'liU') and Oriran, has rennived to' the house of Mr. M. ,. Lr .T!.,4u IV rMf.). at... hai-k of K'0v Pav Foundry, and opoo- Attest site the Finn chur'h. J p5itt tw wntrh-ohafefl b"tttoi,ieajf iron, approved March llth. lMt the sa.ne Is hereby repelled. Section 11. ThN onlinanoc shall ta';. effect and he in O'rce from and after its ii.ssse and approval by the Mayor or PrMflwi of the Coun-ll Maor- or N K. otrti'.- Audrtor and Tojii-e judie Approvel Fehmsrv is. is.4. ALFREl KlXyrf. Mayor. CHIEF OF POLICE SALE... Notice Is hereby given that by virtue f a warrant Issued by the Auditor and Police JudKe of the City of Astoria, to me directed, date4 the 20tU day of lanuary, 18st. and aRMlnst N ' O.. W. LOUNSBERRT, Comma pdlnjr pie to levy upon .ot No. 1, in block numbered S, assessed to G. W. Lounaberry. in that portJon of said City of Astoria wnicn. was laid out and recorded by lohn M. Shively. In Clntson county. Oregon, uion which an assessment or" it.Ol.SO Is unpaid, assessed for the Im provement of that portion of West b'iirhth slreet. In sild city, bcwecn the Jouth sid. of Wuter street and the southern limits of the city, approved .March 11th, isl, which assessment Is leelared and assessed upon said lot by Ordinance No. 1433 of said elt.y, entitled An ordlin.n-e dedarlnT the probable tosts of Improving West Eighth street. Approved August Cth, 1S91. I have this day levied upon ' said above described propwriy, and on Tues day, March the 2Hth. Is9l, at S o'clock p. m. of "wld d:iy. In front of the Court House door. In said City of Astoria. County of Clatsop and Stste cf Oregon, will sc!l said property to the highest hldder therefor, lo psy sld assessment Notice is icreby given that by virtue Notice Is hereby given that by virtue of a warrant Issued by the Auditor und of a warrant Issued by the Auditor and Police Judge of the City of Astoria, to Police Judge of the City of Astoria, to me directed, dated the 20th day of me directed, dated the 20th day of January, ls91, and against January, lyi, and against MARY MORGAN, MARY MORGAN, Commanding me to levy upon Commanding me to levy upon lot No. 7, in block . numbered lot No. ti, in block numbered 09, assessed to Mary Morgan, 59, assessed to Mary Morgan, in that portion of said City of Astoria in that portion of said City of Astoria which was laid out und recorded by which wus laid out und recorded by John M. Shively, In Clatsop county, John M. Shively, in Clatsop county, Oregon, upon which an assessment of Oregon, upon wlilch an assessment of 934.40 is unpaid, assessed for the Im-' $781.00 is unpaid, assessed for the Im provement of that portion of West ! pruvement of that portion of West Eighth street, id Bald city, between the 1 Eighth street, In said city, between the Bourn sHie or water street and tie south side of Water street and the southern limits of the city, upproved Aiarcn nth, .lsyi, which assessment Is declared and assessed upon said lot by ordinance No. 1433 of said city, entitled An Ordinance declaring the probable i osts of improving West Eighth street, Approved August uth, 1S91. t have this day levied upon said ibove described property, and on Tues day, March the 20th, 1S91, at 2 o'clock p. m. of said .'u-, in front of the Civn House door, in said City of Asti-rlu, County of Clatsop and State of Oregon' will sell said property to the highest bidder therefor, to pay said assessment wgether with conta and expenses of sale. Dated Astoria, Oregon. Febniarv mth 1S94. . ' C. W. LOUGHERY, Chief of Police for the City of Astoria. 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 to ma directed, dated the 70th day of January, ISO I, and against MARY MORGAN, Commanding me to . levy upon lot No. 7. in block numbered 89, assessed to Mary Morgan In that portion of said City of Astoria which was laid out and recorded bv John M. Shively. in Clatsop countV Oregon, upon which an assessment of U98.00 Is unpaid, assessed for the 1m provement of that portion of wf i Eighth street; In said city, between the south Bide of Water street and the ..;o.o nip cuv, npnroved irnh urn ..,. "HIM "tea ......vi. .,, , ,oj( tt Uil'fl southern limits of the elty, approved March 11th, la'Jl, which assessment Is declared and assessed upon said lot by Omittance No. 1433 of said city, entitled An Ordinance declaring the probable costs of improving West Eightn street, Approved August ot h, 1891. i have lota day levied upon said above described property, and on Tues day, Alai-cn Uie iiih, 1!4, at 2 o'clock p. rn. of said day. ir. tn.nl of the Court House door, In said City of Astoria, County of Clatsop and State of Oregon,, '.vill sell said property to Uie highest bidder thei'tlor, to pay said assessment, together with costs and expenses of .-iale. Dated Astoria, Oregon, February 19th, 1894. C. W. LOUGHERY, Chief of Follce for tho City of Astoria, CHIEF OF POLICE SALE. Notice Is hereby given that by virtue of a warrant issued by the Auditor and Police Judge of tio City of Astoria, to me directed, dated the 20th day uf January, l.ss4. and against - - MARY MORGAN, Commanding ma to lvy upon lot No. 6, in block numbered 89, assessed to Mary Morgan, in that portion of said City of Astoria which wis laid out and recorded by John M. Shively, in Clatsop county, Oregon, upon which an assessment of 1.2o6.00 is unpaid, assessed for tke im provement of that portion of ' West Eighth street, in said city, between the south side of Water street and' the southern limits of the city, approved. ubsessment is March 11th, 1891, which assessment la Ordinance No l r ,.7 X Iu ,ot by declared and assessed upon said lot by '??"L? 1i,?..?f,"a,d.?lty. entitled Ordinance No. 1433 of said cll.v. entitlmi g tne probable est Elehth street. Approved August 5th, 1891. l nave this day levied upon said tsTonprov'K $r EE ' r SK W Approved' nt?. T8t9,E'bhth I i nave tms nav n.vi-,i --"-v above described property, and nn t.. nai"e . "ay ,evled xron "ald day. March the 20th T 1894 at " nv J 5" ,df-s-,',llJ property, and on Tues- ... -v.'" ''a, at o clock dav. Mirch tho nih inh ot 9 vi..l I., m. of said d.,v i., rr,..,. , . ."i'w "" aiarcn tne zum, 1N!4, at z o'clock House door, in raid c . . ,.f L)"n- ft '"' otm d;,v- In fronr of the C. u-i County of Clatson and JtaJi.'i rli' Hou9e door' in Baii of Astorll, WM, sell said propey o ,he ! C?,U",y f C,at80p and State ot 0'-WJn- bidder thoremr M i ay 'n 8t ' w' ' 8011 property to the highest together with coMa,J "S!f 'nSn,i i m?r tncrefor. to pay said assessment. sale -i;ciieii ot j togttner with costs and expenses of 1894? Oregon, February i9th. C. W. LOUGHERT Chief of Police for the City of Astoria. STREET BONDS FOr'salr. Notice is hereby given that sealed n , " ,:.:?"uy ,n Audit- together sale. Dated Astoria, Oregon, February 19th, 1S94. ' C. W. LOUGHERT. 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't fcer.tlc ind hereby rseAect y a" 1,1(33 ,v,",,v,' "''""' r 'i esienenc. aii oraer euppuea ci rect from our otflce. Prlre f 2 00 per piekar-r. or thrw packnees for $i.0rt by moll, po'tnnt.l Testimonials and particulars, (sen'ed 3 cetit. one Km, -t. , All .iittiH!d-c.- etrictiy .cosfidca- dress K- . Psburn. Judge, Astona, Oregon, lir nr,U f t .t.A AMest: K. OSBUPV Auditor and Poll. j';,' Astoria, Oregon. Feb. 10. 1894. Tr, a UI TJn- i..tt t a Siureuln.ti. li-, iTrlMiiu PARK REMEDY CO.. Ponton. Mass.