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DAILY ASTORIAN, ASTOPwIA. SUNDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER
25, 1891 ! - -. , . ' : ailv; &&toviaxx. THRMS OP SUBSCRIPTION. . DAILY. 5ived by carrier, pepr week.. 16 cU Pent by mall, per month W cts cent tj null, per year. jj.ok WEEKLY- Sent by mall per year, 12.00 In advanoe. footage free to subscriber. The Astorlan guarantees to ltd sub scribers the largest circulation of any newspaper puhiishea on the Columbia river. Advertising rate can be obtained on application to the business manager., This paper Is In possession of all the telegraph franchisee, and la the only paper on the Columbia river that pub iisnei genuine dispatches. The Weekly Astorlan. the third old put weekly In the state of Oregon, has, next to the Portland Oregonlan, the largest weekly circulation in the state. Handley & ITsa are our Portland gents and copies of the Astorlan can re noa every morning at their stand on First street. The proprietor of the Astorlan here by gives notice that he will not b responsible for any bill on account o that paper, unless the same be con traded through himself, or Mr. Jame A. Duffy, as business manager. Astoria, Or., Oct. 6, 1894. SAM'L ELMORE, Proprietor, u c CHRISTMAS. Another month and Christmas will be hone. The maglo word calls to one's mind childish days when for weeks before (that eventful day, the one thought -waa of what old Santa would bring. To most of u the happiest period of our lives hat been that time when, fearful that the sly old Krle Krlngle would discover us and fly away, we have stolen softly about the half darkened room and arranged the atocklnga that we knew would be visit' ed before morning. There were sad little hearts then, and there are now, hearts that have never been made glad by the generous visits of 'this strange old fellow from the Arotlca, and when we picture the plnohed little faces peering into the happy homes of the more fortunate, longing for some of the good things that ere there In abundance, it takes all the enjoyment out of the occasion Here In Astoria we are not In excep tion to this class, for it would not be A very hard matter to find a number of homes where Christmas will be any thing but a happy day. Could there be anything more appropriate then, than for the good christian people of our city to step In and raise a liberal fund with which to purchase presents for those we have with us, who would oth erwise receive nothing? , It is even a pleasure to contemplate the many heavy hearts that a few dollars would gladden on that day. , Not long ago It waa the fashion to sneer at "religion in politics," and "God and morality party," was the choices: theme for scoffing before certain audi' enoes. When the churches of New Jer se', says the New York Tribune, took up arms agwlnut the saloon and gam biers legislation, the rtraotldal polttl clans, not of one party exclusively, mocked at them and predicted tha blow ing of rams' horns without any dis turbance of the walls of Jerioho.' It wa so whon the churches of Brooklyn be. (pan to have an opinion about mvnlel pal corruption. BtlU Inter, the crusade .of Dr. Parkhurat was derided and de nounced, even fcy some clergymen. But a groat lesson has been taught, that the people are not careless or Indifferent whan their government Is made the tool of fraud, vice and crime. This lesson! will have Its curative Influence with the practical politicians of both parties. It will teaoh Republicans as well as Dcm- ooraitio managers and legislators that the moral and religious sentiment ot lth e people cannot be disregarded with Impunity. It Is but th truth that the people of New York themselves, by so kmg tolerating and upholding the low est and basest methods and Influences, have done much .to demoralise active men In both parties. If the Republican party has suffered least, and has kept Its hands more clean, It Is because that party embraced fewer of the voter who are Indifferent to All moral or re llglous obligation, so ithat its active men were thus held more strictly to ooountftblllty in party counsels, But U la not the Ie true that men of both parties had been made to feel, by the long and insolent triumph of vice and crime In that staCe, that the people had lost all regnrd for higher obligor tlons In OvtMr partisan teal. A grand lemon It is for all of thm, when more than s thrtd of the Democratic voters refuse) to support the party of organis ed knavery. To those' of our late railroad visitors who were in this seatlon of the coun try for the first time, nothing was more surprising than the extent and Import, ance of the government work at the mouth of the river, and it was a com. mon remark among them that It far exceeded In every particular any opin ion they had previously formed. But still more surprising was the positive assertion, by those who have made a study of the subject, ithat this work has been the most economically and successfully administered of any or like magnitude ever undertaken by the gov eminent. It Is altogether probable that not a Itttla of this high record of effi ciency is due to the remoteness of the work's location from the political cen tres of the country, and Its consequent Immunity from all Jobbery and other forms of interference to which It might have been subjected by those having a "pull." The competent and faithful public servants In charge of the work. being thus left free and unembarrassed In the execution of plans and methods formed fromi painstaking study and practical experience, have produced re. suits actually unlooked for even by those who originally projected and esti mated the cost of the work. The peotacle of Mr. Carlisle's help. lossness and utter Incompetency In the face of the crisis to which the policies of his party have brought the public treasury would be pitiful, if it were not so exasperating and serious. His second bond Issue is as complete a fail ure as the first. The banks have not only combined to buy his bonds in the very gold taken from the treasury .it Is the office of the bonds to replace but, as appears In the telegraphio news printed this morning, they have re fused to pay more than the shameful little premium of $116,000 for them. All the Populist, and) some of the Democratic papers charge the, banks with pursuing a policy of hoarding gold rto "plnoh" the treasury Into mak ing further loans, In addition to Mr, Carlisle's last failure. Intelligent peo ple will remember it used to be the Republican way to keep the treasury In an unpinohable condition, and that is the only safe sort of financiering yet Invented for a nation or an individual. $100 REWARD, WOO The reader of this paper will be pleas ed to learn that there Is at least one dreaded disease that science has been able to cure In all Its stages, and that Is Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure Is the only positive cure known to the med ical world. . Catarrh being a constitu tional disease, requires a constitutional treatment. Mall's Catarrh Cure Is tak en Internally, acting directly on the blood and mucous surfaces of the sys tem, thereby destroying the foundation f the disease, and giving the patient trength by building up the constitu tlon and assisting nature In doing ItB work. The proprietors have so much fnlth In Its curative powers, that they otter one Hundred Dollars for any case that It falls to cure. Bend for list of testimonials. Address, F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, Ohio. Sold by druggists, 75 cents, , DUANB STREET GRADE NOTICE. Notice Is hereby given that the Com- mon Council or the City of Astoria, propose to establish the grade of Du ane street In the town (now city) of Astoria, Oregon, as laid out and record ed by John Adair, from the crossing! of mid street with .Kith street to and In clusive of the crossing with 33th street, lit elevations above the hnse of grades for the city of Astoria, as established by Ordinance No. 71, entitled, "An Or ilinnnre establishing a base of grades for the Btrewts of the city of Astoria, as follows, to-wlt.: At the crossing of 3Gth street, 65.4 feet. At the crossing of 37th street, 65 feet. At the crossing of 3Sth street, 82 feet. The grnde of snld cromlims to be level, and tho street to be on a straight or even slope between the crossings nnd of equal height throughout the the wl lth of the street at any point. And unless a remonstrance signed by the owners of three-fourths of the prop erty fronting on snld portion of said it re-t be Illed with the auditor and po lice Judge within ten days from the final publication of thla notice, to-wlt, Tuesday, December 18, 1S94, the Com mon Council will establish said grade. By order of the Common Council. (Attest.) K. OSBURN. Auditor and Police Judge. Astoria, Oregon, November 2d, 1S94, FINAL ACCOUNT. Notice Is hereby given that the un dcrslgned tins filed her final account, as administratrix of the estate of Charles T. Strom, deceased, In the county court of the State of Oregon for Clatsop county, and the time for henrlng there' on, by said court, set for Monday. De cember 3d, A. D. 1S94, at the hour of 3 o'clock p. m and all persons having objections thereto, will then and there appear, and show cause- If any why the same shnll not be allowed, and the administratrix discharged. October 80th. 1894. ELIZABETH STROM, d&w Administratrix. TO TUB VOTERS OF THE THIRD WARD. My political opponent have circula ted rumors to the effect that If elected hall oppose tho contemplated lm provemcnt of the alleyway through blocks 2, i, and 4. Adair's Astoria. hereby stamp such reports as false and pledge all honorable support to said Improvement, believing name to be for the welfare of the city. CHRIST GRAMMS. Dr. Price' Cre&ra Baking FowScr Warld't Fair lllgbut Medal and D Insane. "EAGLE CANNING CO.," POSTPONEMENT. At a meeting of the Board of Di rectors of the above company held this 31st day of October, ib4, the as sessment levied on the 25th day of September, 1894, was postponed and made delinquent on the 80th day of November, 1SS4, and the sale day Mon day, the 17th day of December, 1894. , O. H. Bogart, Secretary. Office Room, 10 318 Front Street, San .Francisco, Cal. DUANB STREET IMPROVEMENT NOTICE. Notice 1I hereby given that the Com mon Council of the fMtv nf Antorl. l Oregon, have determined to Improve Duane street from the east side of 10th street to the west side of 12th street. (except the crossing of 11th "itreet), all In the OHy of Astoria, as laid out and recorded by John McClure and ex tended by Cyrus Olney, by removing an aereotlve piles, caps and stringers, ana putting In new and sound fir piles. posts and sills wherever necessary, and new caps and stringers, and planking tr.e same with new and sound nr Diank four inches in thickness, and by build ing sidewalks on both sides thereof: all of the Improvements to be made to the full width and established grade of snld street, and to include railings where neoessary, and to be done in ac cordance with plans and specifications ana ordinances In relation thereto. The lands and premises upon which the special assessment shall be levied to defray the cost and expense of such Improvement and the district embrac ing said lands and premises, be and the same are designated as follows, to-wlt: Commencing at the southwest corner of lot one (1) of Block numbered 41, thence easterly along center lines of Blocks 44 and 64, to the eastern boun daries of Block numbered 64, thence northerly along eastern boundaries of Blocks 64 and 61, to the northeast cor ner of Lot 8, Block numbered 61, thence westerly along center lines of Blocks at nw,A en .. , v. . u . . .1 .. Block numbered 60, thence southerly and 41, to point of beginning; contain- lng Lots .1, 2, 3, and 4, In Block 44 ii iWiicS 61, and Lots 5, 6, 7, and 8, In Block eo, all In the Town (now city) of Astoria, as iaia oui ana reooraea oy jonn mc- Estimates of the expense of such improvernenis ami pitiis ana umgrame of such work or Improvement and of tnp locality to De improved nave Deen d-eposited by the City Surveyor with the Auditor and Police Judge for pub lic examination, and may be Inspected at the office of Buch office-. At the next regular meeting of the Common Council, after ten days from the final publication of this notice, to- wlt: On Tuesday, December 18th,' 1S94, at tho hour of 7:30 p. m at the City Hall, the said Council will consider any od- Jectlans to such Improvement being made, and If a remonstrance against such Improvement, signed by persons owning more than one-half of the prop erty In surh district herein desorlbed. and In which the special assessment is to be levied shnll be filed with the Auditor and Police Judge before the said time of meeting of the Common Council, no such Improvement or work shall be ordered except by the con currence of all the Councilman elect, and If Buch remonstrance shall be sign ed by the persons owning three-fourths of all the property in such district and filed with the Auditor and Police Judge before the said time of meeting of the Common Council, no such Improvement or work shall be ordered In any event. By order of the Common Council. (Attest) K. OSBURN, Auditor and Police Judge. Astoria, Oregon, November 16th, 1804. FORTY-SECOND STREET GRADE NOTICE. Notice Is hereby given that the Com mon Council of the City of Astoria, propose to establish the grade of Forty second etreet In the town (now city) of ABt jrm.uregon, as laid out and recorded by John Adair, from the south line of Bond 3treet to a point 170 feet south of the south line of Bond street at ele vations above the base of grades for the streets as established by Ordinance No, 71, entitled, "An Ordinance establish ing a base of grades for the streets of tho City of Astoria," as follows, to-wlt At the south line of Bond street, 24 feet. At ft point 150 feet south of the south line of Bond street, 26 feet, At point 170 feet south of the south line of Bond street, 2 feet, The grade to be of even elevation throughout the width of the street, at nny point and upon a straight or even slope or line between the points above aoHignatea And unless ft remonstrance signed by tho owners of three-fourthB of the property fronting on eald portion of said street be filed with the Auditor mm i-uuce juuKe wiiiun xen aays irom tho fln-vl publication of this notice, to- wlt, on Tuesday, December 11th, 1894, the Common Council will establish said grade By order of the Common Council. (Attest) K. OSBURN, Auditor and Police Judge. Astoria, Oregon. November 14, 1S94. GRADE NOTICE. Notice Is hereby given that the Com mon Council of the City of A3torla. propose to establish the grade of the alloy running through blocks Two (") Three (3), Four (4), Five (5), In the part of said city laid out and recorded by John Adair, from the west line of 3Sth street to the cast line of 42d street. at elevations above the base of grades as established by Ordinance No. 71, en- tiuca. "An urainance establishing a base of grades for the streets of thei City of Astoria," as follows, to-wlt: At the Intersection of &Stti street, 17 feet. At the Intersection of 39th street, 18 feet. At the intersection of 40th street, 19 reet. At the Intersection of 41st street, 20 feet. At the Intersection of 42d street, 26 fet. The alley to be level throughout the width of each of said streets, and the grade to be upon a straight line or even slope between the points at which the grade Is designated, and that the grade of said part of said alley will be established as above mentioned unless within ten days from the Ilnal publl cation of this notice, to-wlt, on or be fore Saturday, December 15. 1S94. the owners of three-fourths of the proper ty aojacent to said portion of said strert shall make and die with the Auditor and Police Judce their writ ten remonstrance against said proposed (rraae. liy order of the Common Council. (Attest) K. OSBURK Auditor and Police Judge. Astoria. Omron. November 16th, l&M. Mrs. T. 8. Hawkins, Chattanooga, Tenn,, says, "Shllor's Vitslljvr "SAY I'D MY LIFE.' I consider It the btst rem edy for a debilitated system I ever used." For Dyspeila, la. Liver or Kid- f1 'v 75 cts- I ,-Cl,M- ' ney trouble, It excells. i or saie ty Don't Forget that when you buy Scott's Emul sion you are not getting a secret mixture containing worthless or harmful drugs. Scott's Emulsion cannot be se cret for an analysis reveals all there is in it. Consequently the endorsement of the medical world means something. Scott's Emulsion overcomes Wasting, promotes the making of Solid Flesh, and p-iv i :'s Vital Strength. It has no eqt il as a cure for Coughs, Coldi, Sor- Throat. Bronchitis, Weak Luners, Con.umption, Scrofula, Anaemia, Etna- ciat.on, and Westing Diseases of Children. Scottuowne,N.Y. All Druggists. 60c. and ft f)EOPLiE'S AUCTION ' HOUSE. Request the people of Astoria and vicinity to be sure -nd call on them before selling any furniture or second hand goods of any kind, as they promise to pay the highest prices paid in the market. 665 & 669 Commercial St T. A. FASTABEND, GENERAL CONTRACTOR, PILE D' HOUSE, BRIDGE AND WHARF BUILDER. Addre, box ito. Postoffice. ASTORIA, OR . T tr A oDQp ri OCtclK at miviiiinii romlng out of our store'and you'll get a port nil t of a m::n bi lmmlnit over with plensnut tl,o;igiitn. Buch quality In the llQiior-a we hiive to offer are (Mieuyli lo PLEASE ANY MAN. Corpe and Try Thsm. HUGHES & CO, QUESTION OurcnBtomers. or any- nnn aim huu ftvctr Q'nrn our shoes, and tho reply will be, "There is cone better." Tho fit of our goods is tincquuled. the wear spenKs for UsPlf, the s'yle is scon lit a elunce, the prion sulis tbem fit sight. ItnmeDHe rif-sorl di e u t t o select from and JOHN HAI1N & CO. at nil prices. Tlieae tiny Cupsr.! to Balsam of (Jc Cubcbs and Iujdclions. u$) 1 ney euro in fioiiK wa ' same diseases without hnylncort-! venlenco, SOLD STALL DRUGGiS Is something you want, if not today, you will want Is sometime. We keep carpen ter's tools too, and if this weather will only pull itself together you will want plenty of Hardware of which we have a plenty only waiting your call, J. J3. WYATT, HARDWARE DEALER FREEMAN & BREMNER, Blacksmiths. Special attention paid to steamboat re pairing, first-class horseshoeing, etc. LOGGING CAP 8101$ II SPECIflLTV. 137 Olney street, between Third and and Fourth. Astoria, Or. Japanese Bazaar SING LUNG. Prop. Says a customer of some of those new goods that we have Just received for fall trade, and that we're selling so remarkably cheap: "They are the best bargains we ever got in Astoria." They are captivating in quality and style and will make a record as purse openers. 417 Bond Street, next door to Mouler's Fruit Store. ROSS HIGGINS & CO. L - s j r a. t UrOCCfS, i HTl(l I IjUtCIlCrS AstorU sad Upper Aaturla. Fine Tni an Coffees. TaMe IVMcaclM. tVoaestlc and I roplcal t-rults. v t ctah!e. ugar Cured Hams. Bacun. Etc. Choice - Fresh - anJ Salt - Meats. SEASIDE SRWjvlIIiIt. A complete stock of lumber on hand Id the much or dressed. Flooring, rus tic, celling, and all kinds cf finish; mouldlnra and shlnerles: also bmcket work done to order. Terms reasonable and prtoea at bedrock. All ord.-re promptly attended to. Ofllre and yard t mill. H. L. LOQAN. Prcp r Seaside, Oregon. I I Tlieae tiny Cupsr.'.ca aro aupcrlor I I A. V. ALLEN, DEALER IN Groceries, Flour, Feed,lProvisions, Fruits, Vegetables, Crockery, Glass and Plated Ware. Loners' Supplies. Cor. Cusi aud Squemoque Streets. Astoria, Ore. I. W. CASE. Insurance Agent, REPRESENTING The Following Cornponle I German-Auerlcan. New York City, N. Y. Union Fire and Marine, of New l"d. National Fire and Murine ln$ Co., of Hartford, Connecticut Fire Ins. Co.. of Hartford. Home Mutual Ins. Co., San Francisco. New York Plate Cilasi Ins. Co. Phcenlx.of LonJon, Imperial, of London Wall Paper! I B.F.Allen has been purchas- f ing his stock of wall paper for the year-1895, and finds that the prices will be much higher than at present. 1 nose wno WISH TO umc au- I vantage of the present prices can do so before tne new stock arrives. B. F. ALLEN, 751 Commercial street Auction Sale. NOW ON. Take advantage of this wonderful opportunity to possess new clothing or dry goods at your own price. Auction sales daily at 2 p. m. and 7 p. m. Wednesday an(j Friday afierncons reserved I . for laJies, CONSIGNEE SALE 600 Commercial St. (Cor. W. 9th.) CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY. AMERICA'S Greatest Trans Continental Railway System. FH01H OCEflS TO 0CEBJ1 -IN- Palaee Dining Room ocd Sleeping Cars, Lttfaifioos Dining Cops. Elegant Day Coashes. -ALSO Observation Cars, alloxinrj Unbroksr Vlctus of the Wonderful tfoontaic Corjntiry. $5.00 and $10.00 Saved on all tickets east. Tourist cars the best on wheels. Eauimnenta of the very finest throughout ALSO CANADIAN PACIFIC ROYAL BAIL STEAMSHIP LINF To China u4 Jau, Empress of Japan, November 12th. Empress of China. December 10th. For ticket rates and Information, call on or address. JAS. FIXLATSON, Agt. Astoria. Or A. B. Calder, Traveling- Pass. A art., . Tacoma, Wash ueo. UcL. Brown, IMst Pass. Art.. Vancouver. B. C I OGGlDEflT HOTEL Is the Best of Its Class On the Pacific Coast. RN UNEXCEIlTlED TflBllE Rata-1 j eWty eri apwrnraav. Mh Pacific Bpy JOHN KOPP, Prop. Bohemian Lager Beer And XX PORTER. All orderi promptly attended to Stf. EClilPSE, CAPT. M. SKIBBE, Hakes trips to Gray's River Thurs days and Fridays. Parties wlBhing to charter apply on board, at Ross, Hlg gins & Co.'s Dock, or their ofllce. STILL IN THE LEAD. Columbia River and Puget Sound Nav igation Co. Steamer Telephone. Leaves Astoria for Portland and way landings at 7 p. m. daily, Sunday ex cepted. Leaves Portland tvr rv dav except Sun day at 7 a. mv C.W.STONE, A?ent Astoria. Telephone No. 11. E. A. Seeley, Gen'l Agt., Portland. U. B. Scott, President. .REDUCED RATES. Between Astoria and Portland. STEAM EK SARAH DIXON, WINTER TIME TABLE. Steamer Sarah Dixon leaves Astoria Monday morning at 6 o'clock, and Tuesday, Thursday n. ! Friday even ings at 6 o'clock. ....ui'iilng, leaves l'oithind .Sunday and Friday morning at 7:Q0 and Monday and Wednesday evening at 7:30. SHAVER TRANSPORTATION CO. EVERY REQUISITE TOR : first Class, Funerals : AT POLL'S Undertaking Parlors, THIRD STREET. ' Rates RcuonaMe. Embalming a Specialty QUICK TIME -TO SRH FRANCISCO AND HI.Ii POINTS IH CALlfOfWlA Via the Mt Shasta Route of the The Onlg foute Through Califor nia to Points East and South THE SCENIC ROUTE OF THE PACIFIC COAST PULLMN BUFFET SLEEPERS AND SEOND-CLASS SLEEPRES Attached to express trains, affording superior accommodations for second class passengers. For rates, tickets, sleeping car reser vations, etc., call on or address E. P. ROGERS, Assistant General Passen ger and Freight Agent, Portland, Or. Ths Original & Genuir.D (V70BC K8TKRSHIRE) SAUCE Imparts the moat delicious tute and scat to Hot & Cold Itleata C2AVZE3, SALADS, soups, i GASXE, Jh PISII, ad Welsh' Rarebits. BEWARE OF IMITATION Take Hons but Lea cfi Perrinz Slgnatore on enrj bottle of orlpcal A gemila Joha CnBcaai tons, New York.