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THE DAILY ASTOlilAN, ASTORIA, WEDNESDAY MORNING, JUNE 6, 1894.
MORE STREETS NEEDED. The following' complaint Is not the first of Ita kind received at thl9 office and It la to be hoped the city authorities will take due notice of the necessities of the case ar.d act accordingly: Editor Astorlan West Fifth street, which leads from the roadway near John McCann'B to Scow Ba. foundry and the beach east ward, has been fenced up. It was a very frail and poor excuse for a Btreet, but being the only one the numerous residents of that locality had for getting out or In, they were duly grateful for it. This street, It seems, Is private proper ty, and some 60 families or more have been dependent for years on the kind ness of private parties for their only street privileges. Now the street Is near ly worn out and unsafe, and It hus been fenced up. Is It not about time the cltj made some provision for street prlvll eges for the people of this neighbor .hood? Some streets have been put through where they were vastly less needed, and when the, expense was very much great ,er than would be required to give the much-needed convenience of a good safe street to the people of the vicinity re ferred to. TAXPAYER THE WATER QUESTION. Editor AstorlaM We reiterate our question In our ar ticle of date June 3 Will the BOARD OF WATER COMMISSIONERS, tell us, through some one who knows what he Is talking! about, Just why we do not have new water works? Under the cir cumstances, we are entitled to a fair, honest and courteous reply. We are the sufferers, WE housekeepers and our FAMILIES. ALL. of the board live on the lower levels, where there Is not so much danger of a short allowance at ay time. Let them suffer as we have for the past TWO YEARS, and we Imagine there would be a "rustling among the dry bones." We have given opportunity, time and again, for an hon est reply to our very many THUS FAR unanswered questions. The propelling power of a Wind-mill is WIND. We have no use, at present, for either the wind-mill, or Its propelling power. A righteously INDIGNANT HOUSEKEEPER. A REFINED CRITIC. wo nave no comments to make on the following anonymous eommunlca- lijn. It speaks for Itself: Editor Astorlan The way you end the "high water ar ticles" would make a dog sick and pig blush. Crying your wares at neighbor's funeral. No doubt you are selfish, and the whole town Is selfish, but, for mercy's sake, don't tell the whole world that meanness Is epidemic here. Everything of mine Is dependent on Astoria's fate, but I hope I shall never get so damned mean as to either express or write such sentiments as are In the water news articles. The As torlan Is much Improved by your pen ana 1 am a rnena or your paper, as you might know by my dropping you these lines, Instead of sending same to the Budget. But please don't gloat any more over others' misfortunes. I am not the only one feeling thus. RESIDENT. WHAT COLD IS. New York World. A person who has never been In the polar regions can have no Idea of what cold Is. When we have the temperature down to 10 degrees or 15 degrees above zero we think it bitterly cold, and If our houses were not as worm as at least 50 degrees above zero we should begin to think of freezing to death. Think, tnc-n, of living wh-ire the mer cury goes down to 35 degrees below zero In the house in spite of the stove. Of course in such a case fur garments are plied on until a man looks like a great bundle of skins. Dr. Moss, of the polar expedition, of 1875. and 1876, among other odd things, tells of the effect of cold On a wax can dle which he burned there. The tem perature was 35 degrees below zero, and the doctor must have been considerably discouraged when, upon looking at his candle, he discovered that the flame had all It could do to keep warm. It was so cold that the flame could not melt all the wax off the candle, but v. as forced to cut Its way down, leaving a sort of skeleton of the candle stand ing. Thera was heat enough, however, to melt oddly-shaped holes in the walls of wax, and the result was a beautiful lace like cylinder of white, with a tongue of yellow flame burning in.slJe It and send ing out into the darkness many streaks of light. NOTICE TO WATER CONSUMERS. Water will be shub off between the hours of 10:30 p. m. and 5 a. m. through the summer months. W. N. SMITH. Superintendent of Water Wtrks. CITATION. In the County Court of the State of Oregon, for the County of Clatsop: In the matter of the estate of O. K. Grimes, deceased, citation, to Nora Col well Greeting: In the name of the state of Oregon, you are hereby cited and required to appear In the County Court of the State of Oregon, for the County of Clatsop, at the court room thereof, at Astoria, In the County of Clatsop, on Monday, the 25th day of June, 194, at eleven o'clock In the forenoon of that day, then and there to- show cause, if any there be, why an order should not be made to sell lots one (1), two (2) and three 3), in section 16. township 5, north of range 10 west Will. Mer., to pay the debts of said estate, and expenses as prayed for In the petition of E. M. Grimes, administrator, filed this date. Witness, the Hon. C. A. McGuire, Judge of the County Court of the State of Oregon, for the County of Clatsop, with the seal of said court affixed, thus 21st day of May, A. D. 1S94. (Seal.) Attes: C. J. TRENCHARD Clerk. Blue Devils The business man who says that ad vertising does not pay does not adver tise. He Is the one that always doubts the prosperous trade reports he hears of his competitor, who does advertise. He sits In the back of his store, smokes his pipe and wonders why he isn't making any money. He has the blues when ne should have trade. He not only lets his neighbor get that neighbor's share of the business, but a good part of his also. He sees people whom he thought old friends of his go Into his competitor's store and come out with bundles of goods, when lie has the same articles on his shelves, and perhaps at lower prices than they paid his competitor for them. Why is this so? It Is because his com petitor lets the public know In an In telligent way through the local papers what he has to sell and when he has It. Tha successful advertiser looks after his advertising space as he does his clerks. He changes his ada, In such a way the people are attracted by them. He feels that to make money he must be willing to. Bpend some; that there Is strong competition In all lines of busi ness, and to get his share of the trade he must advertise, and to do It In the most skillful and Intelligent way. If he oannot write advertising matter himself, he seeks the aid of some one who has made the writing of advertisements a study somo specialist, who will see that It Is properly written In a catchy and displayed way some one whose duty It Is to take off the shoulders of a busy man all the worry of making up an ad. No business man attempts to cure his own sickness, pull his own teeth, make his own clothes or attend to his own law coses. He employs specialists for each of these various services, ana saves money by doing it. It Is through Its language and arrangement that an advertisement gets Its business-bringing qualities. There must be something to attract public attention and hold It; something of interest, something out of the ordinary, something that is different from others of the some line of busi ness. To give it these peculiar features requires experience, and the owner of The ABtorian has engaged the services of such a specialist for the benefit of Its advertising customers who may wish to take advantage of his services. The Evening Star, of Washington, D. C, has an ad ertlsement writer con nected with its business department. and its terms to advertisers are, "So much blank space, so much money. The same amount of spac?, with the assist ance of the advertisement writer in get ting up ad. attractively, so much addi tional." The Astorlan charges norhlng extra, the services of the expert being thrown In. i i I i ' ' ' ! ' ORDINANCE NO. I860. (As Amended.) An Ordinance to Change the Names of Certain Streets Within the City of Astoria. The City of Astoria does ordain as fol lows: Section 1. The streets within the City of Astoria running east and west, or in an easterly or westerly direction, and hereinafter called as they have hereto- fore been known and designated, shall be, and they are, hereby changed In name as follows: Concomly street. In McClure's, and First street, in Adair's, to Astor Btreet. Chenamus street, in McClure's, and Sec ond street, in Adair's, to Bond street. Sauemoaue Btreet. In McClure's Water street. In Shlvely's, and Third street, in Adair s, to Commercial street, Jefferson street.' In KcClure s: cusn- Ing's Court street. In Shlvely's, and Fourth street. In Adair's, to Duane street. Astor street, In McClure'B, and Cedar street. In Shlvely's, to Exchange street. Court street, in McClure's. Wall street and Hemlock street, In Shlvely's, and Fifth street, in Adair's, to Franklyn avenue. Seventh street. In McClure's: Arch street and Pine street, In Shlvely's1, and Sixth street, in Adair s, to Grand ave nue. Eighth street, in McClure's; Wing street, In Shlvely's, and Seventh street, in Adair s, to Harrison avenue. Ninth street, in McClure's; Spruce street and Tulip Btreet, In Shlvely 8, and Eighth street, In Adair's, to Irving avenue. Tenth street, In McClures, nnd Berry street, In Shlvely's, to Jerome avenue. Eleventh street, In McClure's; Fir street, in Shlvely's, and Towers avenue, in Adair B. to Kenslncton avenue. Twelfth street, in McClure's, and Al der street, in Shlvely's, to Lexington avenue. . Thirteenth street. In McClure's; South street and Charter street, in Shlvely s, to Madison avenue. Summit avenue, In McClure's, and Summit avenue, In Shlvely's, to Niagara avenue. Section 2. The streets within the City of Astoria running north and south, or in a northerly and southerly direction and hereinafter called, as they have heretofore been known and designated, shall be, and they are hereby changed In name as follows: McClure street, In McClure's, to First street. Spruce street, In McClure's, to Second street. Madison Btreet, In McClure's, to Third street. Jackson street, in McClure's, to Fourth street. Polk street, in McClure's, to Fifth street. Washington street, in McClure's, to Sixth Btreet. Lafayette streets In McClure's, to Seventh street. Benton street, In McClure's, to Eighth street. Main street, In McClure's, to Ninth street. Cuss street, in McClure's, to Tenth street. Genevieve street, In McClure's, to Eleventh street. Olney street, in McClure's, to Twelfth street. Ferrell street. In McClure's, to Thir teenth street. West Ninth street, In Shlvely's, to Fourteenth street. West Eighth street, in Shlvely's, to Fifteenth street. West Seventh street, in Shlvely B, to Sixteenth street. - West Sixth street, in Shlvely'B, to Seventeenth street. West Fifth street. In Shlvely's, to Eighteenth street. West Fourth street, In Shlvely s, to Nineteenth street. West Third street, In Shlvely'B, to Twentieth street West Second street, In Shlvely'B, to Twenty-first Btreet. West First street, in Shlvely s, to Twenty-second street. Salmon street, in Shlvely s, to Twen ty-third street. Broadway, In Shlvely's, to Twenty- fourth street. East First street, In Shlvely's, . Twenty-nrth street. East Second street. In Shlvely's, Shlvely'B, Shlvely's, Twenty-sixth street East Third street, in Twenty-seventh street. East Fourth street, In Twenty-eighth street East Fifth street, In Shlvely's, Twenty-ninth Btreet. Eash Sixth street, in Shlvely's, Thirtieth street. East Seventh street, In Shlvely's, Thirty-first Btreet. East Eighth Btreet, in Shlvely'B, Thirty-second street. Auger avenue, in Adair's, to Thirty third street. Abernathy avenue, in Adair's, to Thirty-fourth street. Bonneville avenue, In Adair's, to Thirty-fifth street. Brenham avenue. In Adair's, to Thirty-sixth street. Canby avenue, In Adair's, to Thirty seventh street Dickinson avenue, In Adair's, to Thirty-eighth street Gaines avenue, in Adair's, to Thirty ninth street. Gwln avenue, In Adair's, to Fortieth street. Jordan avenue, In Adair's, tn Forty first street. Lane avenue, in Adair's, to Forty second street. - Mendell avenue, In Adair; s, to Forty, third street. Polk avenue, In Adair's, to Forty fourth street Ogden avenue, In Adair's, to Forty fifth street. Welcker avenue, In Adair's, to Forty sixth street. First street) In Alderbrook, to Forty seventh street. Second street. In Alderbrook, to Forty-eighth street . Third street, in Alderbrook, to Forty ninth Btreet. Fourth street, In Alderbrook, to Fif tieth street. Fifth street, In Alderbrook, to Fifty first street. -Sixth street, In Alderbrook, to Flfty- st-cond street Seventh street, in Alderbrook, trr Flf Eighth Btreet, In Van Dusen's, to riny-rourtn street Ninth street in Van Fifty-fifth street Tenth street. In Van Fifty-sixth street Dusen's, Dusen's, Eleventh Btieet, in Van Fifty-seventh street Twelfth street In Van Fifty-eighth street. Dusen's, Dusen's, Thirteenth street In Van Dusen's, to Fifty-ninth street Fourteenth street, In Van Dusen's, to Sixtieth street Fifteenth street. In Van Ducen's, to Sixty-first street Seventeenth street, In Van Dusen's. to Sixty-second street Nineteenth street In Van Dusen's, to Sixty-third street. Twenty-first street Jn Van Dusen's, to Sixty-fourth street. Section 8. Said streets and avenues shall hereafter be known and designat ed by the new or changed names, and not otherwise. Section 4. All ordinances or parts of ordinances In conflict with this ordin ance be and the tame are hereby re pealed. - Passed the Common Council April 24, 1SD4. ' Attest: K. OSr.URN. Auditor and Police Judge City of As toria. Approved April 26th, 1S94. ALFRED KINNEY, ' Mayor. MUNICIPAL BONDS FOR SALE. Notice Is hereby given that sealed pro posals will be received by the Auditor and Police Judge of the City of Astoria, Clatsop county, State of Oregon, until Tuesday, the 5th day of June, 1894, at o'clock p. m., for the sale of Astoria municipal bonds In the sura of $30,000 for ten years time, and to bear Inter est at the rate of 6 per cent per annum, navable semi-annually. The right to reject any and all bids is hereby reserved. By order of the Common Council. Attest: K. OSBURN, Auditor and Police Judge, CJty of As toria. Astoria, Oregon, May 17, 1894. ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. - Notice is hereby given that the coun ty court of Clatsop county, Oregon, has appointed the undersigned adminlstra tor of the estate o fAntoine Magne, de ceased. All persons having claims against said estate are requested to pre sent same to the undersigned at his plac3 of business In the city of Astoria Or., duly verified as by law required within six months from this date. All persons Indebted to Bald estate ore nltllled to pay same Immediately. ALEXANDER GILBERT, Astoria, April 20th, 1S94. . Administrator of the estate of An tolnee Magne, deceased. Ifll LIKE A THIEF IN SI 1 Tllti XIUJiT, uo rhf. pild with vrmr system in tho scroful- -oita nnnn r nn inai i is enough to fasten it unon vou. iuav is we timo when neglect and delay are lun 01 aanger. f'Micmivnt-iriri in T.iino. n m mmiMiit. if nurl vnti snn cure it, tf you havuirt waited too long, with ur. i lerceo uuiuoii juuuiuiu iiauuvui . iu Uf IUU Uiunv i"WJ.iw uiwu-vivwiiovi 'B j. .,A AA..U KniLlnn Vin'o I-nnwn trt medical science. For avcry disoaso that has i i . I 1 J.T. 1. 1, lilro frr- sumption, for Scrofula in oil its forms, Weak Lungs, uroncmtis, A&tnma, nnu uu wjvuro. IiuKoriuz Couchs, it is the only guaranteed uavo your inuuuy uu.. The proprietors of Dr. Sago's Catarrh Pnmnriv ln tlmfc their medicuie perfectly nnd permanently cures Catarrh, to prove it to you, they make this offer: If they can't cure your uaiarru, no i-hwji- wum. jrWU case is, tuey u pay you cow iu wuu. Sodden jDastry? fi pROBU H'n Solved by trie production, or our NfivV Shorten iwo. y vViicr makes liW, cn's),healfi fuL Wholesome j?as1?y, j-fara.nd j and our tptrt Co!(inj autfto r itVs. .e n c(a tJ e canT afford To do RCFU6E ALL SUBSTITUTES. N. K. FAIRBANKS. CO., ST. LOUIS and CHICAGO, NEW YORK, BOSTON. Jlorth Pacific Breaiery .. JOHN KOPP, Prop. Bohemian Lager Beer And XX PORTER. All orders promptly attended to Mr, J C. Jonen, of Fulton, Arliaimiui, "About ten Trail p I con- vSg'kja trantcrl a ftevore cao of blood pot Ion, leading jjlirfilriani presnrllied mullein after medicine, wlili-h I took without any rrlief. I also tiiflil mercurl.il and poiaxh mm-dlet, with un.uceessf td reawlta, but whl'.li liroui'h on an attack of ciercurk-l ri.cunalliiiu that in a do my Ufa one of a ;rony. EfifasUiiiUiiiAS BUM Aftr nut-rinK four yearn I iravo up an remedies and Mean twine 8. B. 8. After ta!:ln;r wveral bottle 1 waa entirely cured and al.lo ! rMiiiue worn. ntfw' M tha trrcatcflt niadictno for oiooa 3.k.5d .......!..- ....i i.- ... ..i Treatise on Hlood ana rki'n IV-st-aw maild (rev. bwiThi-K' im;Co.. Atlaiila, ti. mmmm 1 Tl"6 '"'7 Capsule uro superior to JJalsam of Uipaiba, Cu!l and Iajoctloni f ffflfl They cure in 43 hours the aatoe disoaws without anyliicoa-l yeulcnca SOLD BY" ALL DRUGGISTS ft A POUND IS WORTH OCEANS if. morn """r on ,11 k1 X- V k Mill 1 1 How Are You Fixed for Insurance? Fire and Marine. LWe are agents for the largest and best companies represented in Astoria. Royal Insurance Co., assets, London Assurance Corp'n jEtna Insurance Co. Western U. S. Branch, New Zealand Insurance Co., Combined Assets, Kopp's Beer Hall. Choice Wines, Liquor and Cigar. KENTUCKY WHISKEY Only handed over tha car, The largest class ofN. P. Beer. Half-and-half, jc. Fret Lunch. Erickson (StWirkkala, Proprietors, Cor. Concomly and Lafayette Sts. . THE Astoria flational Bank TRANSACTS A General Banking Business Accounts of Firm and Individual Bollclted on favorable terms. Foreign and Domestic- Exchange bought and sold. Money loaned on personal security. Interest paid on time deposits as fol lows: For 8 months, 4 per cent per annum For 6 months, 6 per cent per annum For 12 months, G per cent per annum A Savings Department. Having been established In connection with the above, deposits will be re ceived In sums of one dollar and up ward. Interest will be allowed as follows; On ordinary savings books, i per cent per annum; on term savings books, ( per cent per annum. The Astoria National Bank D. K. WARREN, President J. E. HIGQINS, Cashier. J. C. DEMENT, Vlee-Prcst. V. K. WARREN, J. C. DEMENT, C. S. WRIGHT, JOHN HOUSON, TIIEO. B HACKER, Directors. TJtE flSTOlp SflVlflGS BAM Acts as trustee for corporations and individuals. Deposits solicited. Interest will be allowed on savings deposits as follows: On ordinary savings, books, 4 per cent ptr annum. on term savings books, s per cent pet annum. On certificates of deposit: For three months, 4 per cent per an- i.um. For six months, 5 per cent per annum For twelva months, 6 per cent pel annum. Q. A. BOWliBT President BENJ. YOUNG Vice President FRANK PATTON .....Cashier W. E. DEMENT Secretary DIRECTORS. J. Q. A. Bowlby, C. H. Page. O. A Nelson, BenJ. Young, A. 8. Reed, V. P. Thompson, W. E. Dement. ROSS HIGGINS & CO. Grocers, : and : Butchers Astoria and Upper Astoria. Fine Teas and Coffees, Table Delicacies, Domestic and Tropical trims. Vegetablrs, Sugar Cured Hans, Bacon, Lfc. Choice Fresh and - Salt Meats. FISHER BROS., Sfpip Ghai?dlcrs HEAVY AND SHELF HARDWARE. Wo2ons& Vehiches In Stock Fans Machinery, Paints. Oils, Varnishes, Loggers' Supplies, Fairbank'a Scales, Doors and Windows-. Provisions, flour, and Mill Psaxf Astoria, Oregon. OF FACTS 3 OF THEORIES. Fact No, 7. There have been S infnnte cnrrpsQutllv raised o ' i the f Uail Borden Eagle Brand J Condensed Milk than upon any other substitute for mothers' milk. Fact No. 2. Infants thus brought up are subject to very little sickness compared with those otherwise raised. These prove the third fact, which is, that the Eagle Brand Condensed Milk is pure, wholesome, carefully prepared and unequaied as a food for infants. 21,562,376,00 8,630,425.00 10,915,829.00 1,617,195.00 2,677,219.00 $45;403,044.00 ELMORE, S NB0RN & CO. NEW CARPETS We can say of carpets what wag said of furniture 'a day or two sinoe that this stock is not ouly the best in Astoria, but twice over the largest. There's buying' inspiration in our price, too. No m tit ter what kind of onrpots you want, come to us, for we have it Chas. Heiiborn & Son. GREATLY DPni irpn i MADE BY THE RATES Southern Pacific Co. FOB THE CALIFORNIA jBdodntef Fair WO TRIP TICKETS GOOIJ ' KOK 30 DAYS TO AND HETUHN 37.50 EXCURSION TRIPS FROM SAN FRANCISCO toother points In California will he allowed purchasers of special Midwinter Fair tickets at Hi. following round-trip rates; . TO STATIONS UNDER 150 MILES FROM SAN FRANCISCO, ONEANDONE-THIRDone way fare TO STATIONS iwMILESOR MORE FROM SAN FRANCISCO. ONIi AND ONli-FIF TH on way far. For Special rates and full Information, Inquire of J B KIRKLAND, Dlst. Passenger AKenl at t Front St., Portland Or. or address the underslged. RICH'D GRAY, T. H. GOODMAN, Gen. Traffic Manager. Gen. Passenger Agent, SAN FRANCISCO, CAL. E. P. ROGERS, A. G. P. A, Portland, Oregon. - ABTOKIA IRON WOHKH, Concomly St., foot of Jackson, Astoria. General Machinists and Boiler Makers Land and Marin. Engine. Boiler work, Steau boat and Cannery Work a Specialty. Castings of All Description. Mad. to Ordar on Slwrt Ncitlc. John Fox. President and Riiper1nten(l(.nt J ", Vice ivi ,