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THE DAILY ASTORIAN, ASTORIA, FRIDAY MORNING, MARCIT 0, 1893.
' -"I Tf ... . TllBCAaeAPgLOCIM. The Great Work Beln Rapidly Pushed forward The Force Employed. : IutcMt news from the Cascade locka g U th t'ffijj-t that work in being" crowd ed forward vigorously, and there is every prospect of art parly completion, caya Wednesday's Telegram. At pres ent there are about 400 men: employed, and theae are being worked In shifts of eight hours each. The Pay Brothers, the contractor, are busily engaged In putting liv an electric plant, which will facilitate work at all hours of UieWght. This will soon be finished, and the bed - of the canal will then be Illuminated by arc and Incandescent lights, As srtfm as this system Is In operation 200 more men will be put at excavating. Not withstanding the work In the canal there Is a large force . of stonecutters employed, and the stones are. prepared and numbered for their position in the Jocks. ,., . , .; . . Wall work will be necessarily slow as every portion will be examined by fa government Inspector, and if not suit able will be condemned. Favorable weather may be .expected from now ,unU! the June freshet, when work wlU of necessity be suspended. The con struction of the canal and locks at this point,. says,,,n exchange, is. on the grandest scale or any In the country, and when completed will be second only to the one at Sault Ste. Marie, in Mich Igan. , ; . .. ... ... GUILTY. OF r:MI!i:m.i:MKNT, New Whatcom, 'WaMli., -March 8,-P, M. Isenzc, cx-clty treasurer, who charged with the embezzlement off J00, OUO of city funds, was today found gull ty by the Jury In the superior court. ,7 VOU SCHOOL L I RECTO It. 10 .1. w. Conn, Esc. Dear HW: We, the, undersigned, hereby remiest tluil you allow your name to be used as a candidate for the otlk-e of School Di rector, of School District No. 1, of the City of Astoria, county of ClatHnn. m il State, of Oregon, at the election to be neia on Monday, the 12th day of March DENIES THE ALLEGATION. President Harper, of the University of Chicago, says that he did not, In a recent lecture, declare" the story of Cain and Abel in the bible to be a myth His language on that point was as fpl , lows: "When we compare, the biblical material with that which resembles It on the outside, we find that It Is free li its form from impurity of every kind the myth Is gone; the exuberant poly theiBm is gone; all that degrades and lowers Is gone. The form Is here (Just as the form of the rite of circumcision was retained). It Is only in the form that there is much if any resemblance ' and this has been thoroughly cleansed and purified. You ask, Why did npt Qod choose a different' form that there might ' be no possible joining of the sacred and the profane? I answer, God does not work In that way." ' ' , i'V' . Hicks They tell me that Munniinake Is a smart financier. Wicks Smart? .No name for It. He't the brightest Intellect I ever knew; he't tk phenomenon. Why, the other day a 'fellow, came into Munnimake's ofllce when Munnlmake was all alone and de manded, ' at . the point of a revolver, $100,000. HicksYes? Wicks He saw It was no use to re fuse, so he drew his check for the full amount. Hlcks-T-Nothlng very smart about that.- ,! . . , i. ,. Wicks But listen. After handing tho fellow the check, Munnlmake began to talk confidentially with the chap and actually Induced him to invest the Whole um and $10,000 besides In A., Q and W. bonds Uiat ain't worth the pa per they're printed on I That's what I call intellect. Boston TranBcripU CHEAPER TO SHIP EAST. It has been figured out to the satisfac tion: of refiners that raw sugar landeii at San Francisco can bo shipped by sal' to New. York, refined there and sent by rail as far west as Missouri cheape: than It can be refined at San Franclsc and shipped east the same dlstar.ee. 1 Is announced that 50,000 tons ate to It sent to New York, at a freight rate oi $2.50 a ton, for refining and reshlpmenl, and the Pacific Coast people are trying to reckon' tip how much they will lose in wages, etc. P. A. Stokes, A. L. Fulton, D. Campbell, R. N. Carnahan, J. E. Hlgglns, : Geo. Noe, W. J. Scully, A. Montgomery, Isaac Bergman, J. T. Hay, F. W. Keen, P. J. Goodman, J. B. Wyatt, B. b Packard, O. B. Estes, L. Lebeck, John 10. Oratke. C. P. Upshur, John Bryce, Herman Wise, E. H. Hawes, B. F. Allen, N. Clinton, F. II. Stokes, A. Hlldebrand, Chas. Hellborn, O. F. Hellborn, P. S. Cook, Wm. Pohl, L. E. Sellg, A. A. Cleveland, O. W. Dunbar, John Kopp, ''y; BIDS FOR BONDS. ' Notice Is hereby given that pursuant to a reholutlon of the Common Council of the City of Astoria, adopted March 6th, 1894, bids will be received by the Auditor and Police Judge of the City of Astoria for $10,000 of municipal bondi. of the City of Astoria, to run ten years and bear Interest at the rate of 6 per cent per annum. Bald bonds being is sued for the purpose of refunding cer tain indebtedness of the City of Astoria for street Improvements. Ordinances authorizing the Issuance of said bonds to be submitted to attorneys of any per son of corporation for their approval. By order of the Common Council. Attest: K. OSBURN, Auditor and Police Judge. Astoria, Oregon, March -Sth, 1891. SHERIFF'S SALE. In the Circuit Court of the . State of Oregon, for the County of Clatsop. Rose O. Jackson, Plaintiff, vs. J. J. Kinney, Defendant. By virtue of an execution and order of sale Issued out of and tinder the seal of the above-entitled Court, in the above-entitled cause, on the 21st day of February,. 1894, and to me directed, upon a decree of foreclosure and Judg ment rendered therein, on the 23rd day of December, 1893, in favor of the above named plaintiff, and against the above named defendant, for the sum of $386.25, and the costs and dlHburBements of this action, taxed at $16.80, and notice Is hereby given that on Tuesday, the Jrd day of April, 1894, at the hour of 10 o'clock a. ro., of snld day, In front of the County Court House door. In the City of Astoria, in said County and State, I shall proceed to sell all the rlitht. title, claim and interest of the above-named defendant In and to the following described real estate, to-wlt: Lots numbered five (;), thirteen (13) and fourteen (14), In block numbered one hundred and sixty-two (162), in the town, now City, of ABtorln, as laid out and recorded by John McClure, and ex tended by Cyrus Olney, and situated in Clatsop County, Oregon, or so much thereof as shall be sufllcient to satlttfy the asld Bum of $386.25, and the costs and disbursements taxed at $16.80, and accruing costs of this suit, at public auction, to the highest bidder, for cash In hand, In United States gold coin, at time of sale. H. A. SMITH, Sheriff of Clatsop County, Oregon. Dated Astoria, Ore., March 1st, 1804. ciitKV or vouwn pai.k. Notice is hereby given that hf- virtue of a warrant Issued by the Auditor and Police Judge of the City of Astoria,- to me directed, dated the 20th day of Junuary, 1891, and against NANCY WELCH. Commanding me to levy upon the north I2I-2XI.0 feet, or t 12, in block mini berr-d f,s, -isHessed to Nimey Welch In that portion of said City of Astoria which wus laid out and recorded by John Al. Hlilviy, lit Clatsop county Oregon, upon which an assessment of $52.58 Is 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 the city, approved March 11th, 1891, which assessment is declared and assessed upon said lot by Ordinance No. 1433 of said city, entitled An Ordinance declaring the probable costs of Improving West Eighth street, Approved August Oth, 1891. I have this day levied upon said above described property, and on Tues day, March the 20th, 1894, at 2 o'clock p. m. of said day, in front of the Court House door, ir sai-1 City of Astoria, County of Clatsop ar.d State of Oregon, will sell said property to the highest bidder therefor, to pay Baid assessmen', together with costs and expenses of sale. Dated Astoria, Oregon, February 19th, 1894. C. AV. LOUGHERY, Chief of Police for the City of Astoria. NOTICE Of Completion and ' Acceptance Young's Bay County ltoad. Of SCHOOL ELECTION. HE HAD BEEN THERE. Mrs. Jason I wonder what them city, folks won't do next! I seen In the papei that they are having, vaccination beet now. i , Mr. JasonI guess, about the time they get vaccinated real good and hari by a healthy bumblebee, they won want no more of It for a while. Indl anapolls Journal. THE TALK OF THE DAY. They tay that when Mrs. Lease, of Kansas, denounces a political opponent as no gentleman, the dreadful man re torts, "Neither are you." Notice is hereby given to the legal oters of the school district comprising the city of Astoria, that there will be held in snld district an election on th second Monday In March, being the 12th day of Murch, 1894. Polls to be kept open from 2 o clock p. m., till 6 o cloc m.. of said day. This election Is Mill for the purpose of electing one director to serve said district. Polling places Engine house of Res- .Sue Co., No. 3. Judges, J. H. D. Gray, N. Clinton, C. II. Stockton; clerk, H. U smitn. Enulne house of Rnul'io On. Mn fudges, P. A. Trulllnger, Chas. Wilson Victor Mlkelson; clerk, P. Shistad. ,. floss, Hlgglns & Co.'s Upperfown More.. ..Judges, Churles Goddard, Fred Wright, 1' , C. Reed; clerk, Wm. Young. ny order of tho Board of Directors i School DlBtrlct No. 1. , J. W. CONN, Chairman. It. B. FERGUSON. Clerk. Dated at Astoria. Ore., this 24th day oi r eoruary, a. u. it4. SETTLING THE MINING TROUBLES Charleston,, 'V. Va March 8. By re quest of a committee from, the strikers, a conference was held today with the military and civil authorities. The mln era will probably resume work at a re duction. The trouble la considered as settled. . SPRINGER DISPLEASED. Washington, March 8. Representa tive Springer Is very much displeased at the action of the senate finance com mltte in restoring the duty on wool. "The house will never agree to It, nor to the duties on coul and Iron," he suid. THE JIUSSO-OERMAN TREATY,; Berlin, March 8. The relchstag com mittee passed the Rutwo-Oerman ornn merclul treaty by a voto of"18 to 14 POSTMASTER AT SOUTH BEND. Washington, March 8 The iwesldent today nominated J. T. Brown for post master at South Bend, Wauh. ' CEDAR STREET GRADE NOTICE, Notice is hereby glven,,that the com tr.on council of the City of Astoria pro poses to estnuilsn the grade of Ceda street, Alderbrook. in the Cltv of As torla, Oregon, at the following heights aoovo tne base of grades as established by Ordinance No. 71. entitled "An or dinance establishing a base of grades tor tne streets or the City of Astoria, as follows, to-wlt: Feet, At intersection with the west bound ary of the Shortest D. L. C 24 At crossing of First street 24 At crossing of Second street ,, Al crossing of Third stj-eet .nv At crossing of Fourth street.... 4ii Ana unless a remonstrance signed by owners oi inree-rourt lis or t h iu-,,i, my rronting on snld portion of said street be tiled with the Auditor and t'ollce Judge within ten duva fmnviho linHl IHlll icailon or thlu nr.ll. .. t.,. l,. On or be Tore Tuesday, March 20th. 18!)4, the common council will establish said By order of the Common Council. v Attest: K. OS BURN, Auditor and Police Judge. Astoria, Oregon, Feb. 21, 1S94. CONGUK.'d AT WORK. . Washington. March 8. In the senate Sherman be-.'un his speech on the selsn lorape l.Hi. HOI'?R PROCEEDINGS. W.i-hirn'.-.m.. ?-lsrch ut L.ittt.tct ot ivi-Htitlim !;!: , 8.-The luui-e 4, O.UMi'.ltt- ""I BIRCH STREET GRADE NOTICE. Notice Is hereby given thnt the com mon council of thi City of Astoria nro poses to establish the grade of Birch street, In the City of Astoria, Oregon. su uie following Heights above the base i kuui- m esiunusneu nv ornliuinee No, ?l, entitled "An ordinance establish ng a base of grades for the streets of ne city or Astoria, as follows, i-ytt: Feet. At crossing of Birch and First street. At crossing of Birch and Second street 23 At crossing of Birch and Third street. 23 At crossing of Birch and Fourth stifct..... 23 And unless a remonstrance slKiied by the owners of three-fourths of the prop erty fronting on wild portion of said street be filed with the Auditor and 1'oUce Jiidne wltliln ten days from the final publication of this nolle, to-wlt: (m r before Tuesday, March imth, lvu. tte coir.iuori council will establish &x,d grade. , !'v on!t r r,t the Oorryrinn Council. Auditor and l'oli'-e Judge. Ast.ri.-H -On-ron, J'cl. l!M. Notice is hereby given that M. Kron- quist, contractor, on Young's Bay county roau, unaor me provisions of Ordinance No. 1840, did, on the 16th day of Febru ary, 1894, file In the office of the Auditor and Police Judge ot the City of Astoria, the certificate of the Superintendent of Streets and the City Surveyor, approved by the Committee on Streets and Public Ways. After the expiration of the time here inafter specified, if no objection to the acceptance of such work be filed, and me common council shall deem such Improvement properly completed ac cording to tho contract and plans and specifications therefor, the same may be accepted. Objections to the acceptance of said work, or any part thereof, mav be filed In the ofllce of the Auditor und Police Judge on or before Tuesduy, February 20th, 1894. ' K. OSBURN, Auditor and Police Judge. Astoria, Ore., Feb. 10, 1894. FOURTH STREET GRADE-NOTICE. Notice la hereby given that the Com- mon Council of the City of Astoria pro pose io esiaonsn tne grade of Fourth street, in the City of Astoria. Oregon. as laid out and recorded by John Adair, at tho 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 Astorlu, as follows, to wn; Feet. At. Intersection wich Auirer avenue 9? n At Intersection with Abernethy 26.6 ai intersection with Bonneville 38.6 Anu that the grade of the interven lng Btreets be a straight line between the crossings mentioned. And unless a remonstrance signed by the owners of three-fourths of the prop erty fronting on said portion of said street be filed with the Auditor and Police Judge within ten days from the final publication of this riotlce, to-wlt-On Monday, March 12th, iffll, the Com mon council will establish said grade. By order of the Common Council. Attest: k. OSBURN, Auditor and Police Judge. Astoria, Ore., February 16, 1894. CHIEF OF POLICE SALE. Notice is hereby givn 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, 1SM, and against Z. ANST1NSON, Commanding me to levy upon the Bouth 130x50 feet of lot No. 12, In block numbered 5S, assessed to, Z. Ansrlnson, in that portion of said City of Astoria which was laid out and recorded by John M. Shlvely, in Clatsop county, Oregon, upon which an assessment of $.)46.86 Is unpaid, assessed for the im provement of that portion ot West Eighth street, in said cltv. between the south side of Water street and the southern limits of the cltv. annrove.l March 11th. 1891. which ns.gsl.um iu ueciareu ana assessed upon nndl l,,t hv Ordinance No, 1133 of said city, entitled An Ordinance declaring the probable i iwiB ui improving west lilghth street. Approved August Sth, 1891. I have this dav levied imon above described property, and on Tues day. March the 20th, 1S94, at 2 o'clock p. m. of said day. in front of tho Court House door. In mid f,ty -,f Astoria, County of Clatsop and Staco of Oregon, will sell said property to tho highest bidder therefor, to pay said assessment, together with costs and evrienupa ,.f sale. Dated Astoria. Oree-on. Febrnarv mih 1894. Chief of Police for the Cltv of Astol-ln CHIEF OF POLICE SALE. Notice is hereby irlven iimt v vii.ii, of n warrant issued by the Auditor and i-miee judge of the l" ty of Astoria tn ' wivcicu. u.ueii ru -nih Kiiiimr.v, iw), ana against G. W. LOUNSBiiRRY. '."u.r me to levy upon ot Ao. 1, In block iiiimlu.,.,,.! 08, assessed to G. W. T.:illlmlu,-V n that portion of sal.l ntv of a..,..!..' w uicn was la ii cut -n, ii.i " omve v. in c -itunn ,.,..it "Wll, UlHin Which nn oeiMinunl t ,,,-,...,..: - Kit fi.vdi.su is unpnut. assessed for the Im 1'iovciiieni or that portion of v..f fclghUi street, in s-ild .-in- h south side of Water street and the uim-rn limns of the city, approved "" Mill. IMI. u-M,.h nuv.uu, I eclarcd and asressed nnon Ki,t i,,i k Ol-lllmi t,w KTrt 1M . r , . . .. . . ' . .......... ,,,,, ,,t j,.,,,, cll,yt entitled v.nuni.ice aeoinrtng the probable ".-IB oi i.nprovmg est Eighth street, -neproveu jugusi btn, 1891 1 PaVO this llav ll Vied li,-..n .oll above described property, and on Tues- iuj, marcn tho st'tli, 1894. at S o'clock . m. or said rtnv. In front f th Pmin House dmr, In Er.ld Cltv of Astorln. 'ounty of Clatsou and State of Oreuon will sell said property to the hlglnst oiooer .nervrer, to pay said assessmeiil lOKeiner wun costs and expensea r.f lated Astoria. Orecoi. Fehnmrv iqii ...... " - - C. W. I.OTTGHRntr hlef of Police for the City of Astoria. M1LE3 NERVE AND LIVER Pir.t.9 Act on a new nrinctnle rcmlaiin ui- iivkp. Ftomp.cn ana nowem through tne nerves. A new discovery. Dr. Miles' piils srveedllv rAn MHIrmimeM o taito. torrid liver, piles, constlna lion, l luHiiialed for men, women and ""!". ;'.:::.-.-!. jr.::,:.-t. t .. docea 15 e'a. Samples free, at Chos. Rogera. .:. Taxing', Bar- ono;;AiCB xo Ah OVilliiiiiice Providing for Lleem-lng and Regulating Rooiu.j nnd Drinking f.hnpn mid I'l;iecs .Where Llcpiors Aro Sold U'Mhln the City of Astoria. The City ot. Astoria does ordain follows: Section 1. That no person or persons shall, in the City of Astoria, Clatsop County, Oregon, either directly or indi rectly, in person or by another, Eeil, l.arter or deliver, or knowingly permit :) be sold by another, or for or on his fcjeount, or otherwise, any wine, malt v spirituous liquors In less quantities mn one gallon, without first obtaining . .p. ovj iu uu irom ine city of As ria, In the manner In this ordinance c emaiier provided. Provided, that nothing in this ordinance shall be con . trued to apply to the Sale of liminra few Medicinal purposes, made by a regular ..W.-HOCU imu-rmacisi upon a prescription therefor made bv a ren-oin nn.,,i physician or surireon. in tho n.ni, wu,i,l! "l "cn pnysician s or Burgeon's practice to a patient, and for medicinal purposes only. Any person violating any of the pro visions of this section phuii r, ,i guilty of a misdemeanor, and upon con viction thereof before the police judge, shall he l.ned not less than Twenty-five more inan Two Hundred Dollars, or by Imprisonment I., n.,. i... ail until such line lie oni.i , ceed One Hundred days. And it Is here by made the dutv nf the ci,iuf ..n... and each police officer of the city to make complaint to the City Attorney of each and every violation r,r h ..... slons of this ordinance, and such viola- torney prosecuted by such at- bection 2. Every person iin.,nV i i ' " mfllc or spirituous iquors, In less quantities than one gal lon, under the provisions of thi r,ii anna ol. 1 V . .... .. .. lmy lmo tne city treasury the sum of Four Hundred lion.-, annum, and in no case shall any license ...v.v iul u. less penoa than one year, and no license shall be in any manner transferable. Provided, fur- i, uwi me common council shall re- ",c u,'u "ae me right to revoke a license at any time., Section 3. Before a license shall Issue as provided in this ordinance, the ap p cant shall petition the Common Coun cil in tho manner provided in Section 4 '"" oiuinanco, ana shall also, with said petition, present to the Common Council a bond in the sum of Five Hun dred Dollars, with two or more sufll cient sureties, payable to the City of Astoria, conditioned that the applicants shall keep an orderly house, and will In all things comnlv with the n.-nviuinr,a of this ordinance during the period of one year from the date of such license Attached to said bond shall be the affi davit, verified by the oath of the sure- ues, to me eti'ect that they are free holders of the City cf 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 the City Treasurer fop the amount of money de posited for such license, to-wit, $4no. Section i. The petition required by this ordinance shall state: 1st The name of the applicant. 2nd Whether such :m,.iint,, i,o. i, fore held, or holds at the time of the uppucuiion, a license, and if so, at what ...M.c sui-u license nas or does expire, . "T number nnd street where oucn iioute is situated where the llouors are to be sold. . Such petition shall be verified by the -i'!"'""1'. 01 it more man one, then by 0n.i.?f sald aPPllc-ts, stating that such fjtruwon true. The receipt of the Treasurer men tioned in Section 3 of this ordinance o.m.i Biure tnai tne amount paid by such applicant is paid for liquor license -v tv.iuiiucu III I "H mm Flirt I 'nrnmnn Council shall refuse tn arm lit thn natltln of the applicant otherwise upon the D8!I,nsrr,0f ?ucn lleense to go Into the route r unu or saia City of Astoria. oci:uoii o. eaia petit on phnii ho granted on condition of the approval of the bond by the Mavor. ty ..i,i nt.. c.aum,- w,e Dona or tne applicanl and either approve or disapprove the same. Upon the provisions of this or- uomuee nemg compiled with, the Aud toor and Police Judge shall issue such i. cnne io sucn applicant. Section 6. The peace bond given by the applicant, as nrovi,iu,i in h,i dinnnce, in case of any violation of any of 1,8 provisions or conditions, shall be ...lu.c io uu prosecuted therefor in a civil neton, and it shall be .the duty of the City Attorney to prosecute the bond given by such applicant for any viola tion of Ha provisions. Section 7. Any keeper of a bar-room or drinking shop, or place where liquors are sold, who shall permit any breach of the peace or disturbance of public or der or decorum, by noisy or disorderly conduct on the premises, when it Is In u ,power t0 prevent the same, or who shall sell or give any intoxicating liquors to any person already Intoxicated, or any person under the age of legal majority or who shall allow or permit any minor to remain In or about any bar-room or drinking shop, or nlnee uh n, are sold, or who shall permit any the atrical or minstrel show, exhibition or concert to take place in such bar-room or drinking shop, or place where liquors ate .sold, or who shall permit any minor to be or remain in any theatre or jdace l amusement In u-iiir-h i. liquors are sold, shall be deemed guilty of a misdemeanor, and upon conviction thereof l-efore thn !.. . , .... . r . unu i, snail oe lined not lees than twenty-five nor more than one hundred dollars, or by impris onment in the city Jail not less than twe.ve nor more than fifty diva, or ; dlN,:retl"n the court, and shall forfeit the license to such bar room, or drinking shop or place where a a if sum. otl-u..n . j.acn and every place where wines, malt or spirituous liquor-. hi ,i i w or aeuvered. shall be deemed a bar-room, or drUiklng-shop or place where liquors are sold, under the provisions of this ordinance having a license und..i- th. r.,,Vi,.. 2f Ji sor,1"lare shall exhibit the same at all times, while the same is in force In his or their place of business, and' persons violatinsr the provision. .,r .n. section shall. tlPOn COnvlet Intl Ihapanf before the Auditor and p,,ii.. t., k. lined not to ext-ed fifty dollars, or' by Imprisonment in the cltv fill not . exceed twenty-five da vs. Section 10. Ordinance No. 1322. entitled On Top MARSHALL'S TWINE 9 Is conceded by all to le Uie best. It fishes better and wears better than any other twine used on tho Columbia river. TRY IT AND I3K CONVINCED. .If You Want Cannery and Fishermen's Supplies, V Call on ' EltPRE & GO Cotton Kope, Cotton Twine, Marshall's Twine, Trap and Seine V.eb, ' Tanbark, Acid and Salt, Strip Lead, Pig Lead, Copper, Tin Plato, Tin and Zinc, In Stock. ASTORIA, - OREGON. 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 of January, 1894, and against MARY MORGAN, Commanding me to levy upon lot No. 7, in block numbered 59, assessed to Mary Morgan, In that portion of said City of Astoria which was laid out and recorded by John M. Shlvely, in Clatsop county, Oregon, upon which an assessment of $934.40 Is 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 the city, approved March 11th, 1891. which assessment u declared and assessed upon said lot b Ordinance No. 1433 of said city, entitled An Ordinance declaring the probablt costs of Improving West Eighth street Approved August 5th, 1S91. I have tills dllV leWeil nnnn ool. above described property, and on Tues day, Murch the 20th, 1S94, at 2 o'clock ,.. .... ui pi,i ...iv, in iioni or me ix-cn House door, In said Wv of r. County of Clatsop and State of Oregon,' n ui pen oniu jnoperiy io the highest bidder therefor, to pay said assessment together With COStS Olid P-nennea r.(' sale. Oated Astoria. Oreeon. 1S94. ' C. W. LflTTHHiruv Chief of Police for the City of Astoria. CHIEF OF POLICE SALE. CHIEF OF POLICE SALE. levy upon numbered Notice Is hereby riven thnt h !,. of a warrant Issued by the Auditor and Police Judge of the City of Astoria, to me directed, dated the mith ,i r January, 1S9I, and against MARY MORGAN, uommanuing me to lot No. 7, In block on v . cw, ttssessea to Murv vr m u P0, t1.01? ,of PaM C!ly of Asrla which was aid out and recorded by John M. Shlvely. In Clatsop county. UPn W.hlch an asssment of J99S.00 is unpaid, assessed for the Im provement of that portion of West Eighth street, in said cltv. between the south side of Water street and the southern limits of the city "Coved ZurJXtUlm- Whk'h Ct is n.nn "" a!!rsed- "Pon said lot by Ordinance No. 1433 of said city, entitled An Ordinance declaring the probable costs of Improving West Eighth street Approved August ith, lS'H .1 haYe thJ8,(lRy levied upon said above described property, and on Tues day. March the 20th. liD4. at 2 o'cloJk 1n,0H,a,(, ?"y- ,n fr,,l,t f the Cour! House door, ii Kald fily ..r i,rri Notice is hereby given that by virtue of a wan-ant issued by the Auditor and Police Judge of the City of Astoria, to me directed, dated the 20th day of January, 1894, and against MARY MORGAN, Commanding me to levy upon lot. No. 6, In block . numbered 59, assessed to Mary Morgan, In that portion of said City of Astoria which was laid out and rfecorded by John M. Shlvely, in Clatsop county, Oregon, upon which an assessment of $781.00 Is 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 the city, approved March 11th, 1891, which assessment is declared and assessed upon said lot by Ordinance No. 1433 of Baid city, entitled An Ordinance declaring the probable ;osts of improving West Eighth street, Approved August 5th, 1891. 1 have this day levied upon said -ibove described property, and on Tues day, March the 20th, I89f, at 2 o'clock m. ot wild day, ir. ln.nt oi' the Court House door, in Enid City of Astoria, bounty of Clatsop and State of Oregon, will sell said property to the highest Jidder therefor, to pay said assessment, together with costs and expenses of ale. Dated Astoria, Oregon, February 19th, 1894. 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 me directed, dated the 20th day of January, 1894, and against MARY MORGAN, Commanding me to levy upon lot No. 6. In block ntimVu1 89, assessed to Mary Morgan, in that portion of said City of Astoria which was laid out and recorded by John M. Shlvely, in Clatsop county, Oregon, upon which an assessment of $l,2tifi.00 is 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 the city, approved March 11th, 1S91, which assessment is declared and assessed upon said lot by Ordinance No. 1433 of said city, entitled An Ordinance declaring the probable costs of Improving West Eighth street, Approved August 5th, 1891. ' I have this day levied upon said above described property, and on Tues day. March the 20th, 1894, at 2 o'clock p. m. of said day. In front of the C. iri House door, in said t'ltw i.r -i-i- . -a J-v WU sell snl f n? Bnd 8,850 of Sn. ! CV,"nty of ""'P and sta' Oregon! ui, i.i iv. . ij io me night st '' Bt" 'a'0- property to the hlchest to her with' ';ay Wid cessment. J bidder therefor, to' pay said assessment together with costs and expenses of! together with costs and expenses of ' . . I sale. iaucu Astoria, Oregon. February 19th. 1894. Chief of Police frtSria, An ordinance providing for Veen, Z ! ZX. tfVr-U?A,Hea.da.ch. Capsules nd regulating bar-rooms nn,l hhi,i" 1 - .u,r5cl " prevent A THOUGHTFUL PERSON. T?"S,h,!-" Interests by having . x CI Krause a Headache Pa at hand: taken as dirt v. -.op any Kind of a headache. n luted Astoria, Oregon, February 19th, - . C. W. LOUGHERY. Ch.of of Police for the City of Astoria. FAT PEOPLE. Turk Obesity Tills will reduce your weight PERMANENTLY from IS to 15 pounas a monm. ru STARVING, sick- aiid regulating bar-rooms and drinking -'".t.v "iimii iim t-riMirarA limit nflha v . a v """"nr "Vr Astoria, Clatsop County. Or- skull were crieki ? ,T " ,.Cl " your R,or '"J" NO PUBLICITY. They Ron." approved March 11th. 1S9L be and ! pain The ff.flJ.1 W.ouid Prevent ""J up the health and beautify the i.ie sH.ne n nenhy repelled. I will diminish aiwtk attacks ""nl"exion, leaving no wrinkles or Peetlon 11. Thi or.llnan .hni. i iml"l.n' nd b" taking the cbd-I "abhiness. STOUT ARDOMKN'S nrt eff.t and be l force from and af'er its vou will never h?? hache. i f." I breathing surely relieved. NO w"drprnvalth.M"o but a scientific and President of the Council - I Flr 5?"- P 'siuve relief, adopted onlv after vrar. . ,11 niiu I , V l-hnv T . . - . . ' - j v-..u-, (.,irers. Atnir in exnerien.--a. rass.Nl the Common rv?meii 6th. 1SS4. ",J Attest: K. OSDURV. 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