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THE DAILY ASTOEIAN, ASTORIA, FRIDAY UOENTNO, NOTEMEEE 15, 1896.
JOHN T. LIGHTER, Editor. TKKMS OP SUBSCRIPTION Telephone Ko. DAILf. Sent by ma". P '"r Bent by mall, per men in Served ty carrier, per week. ...... IT.OU ...... . IS WI2EKLY. - Sent by mall per year, $2.00 In advance, Portage free to subscriber. AM communication intended for pub lication should be directed to tie editor. . nnalness communication of all kind and ramituuicaa mutt be addressed to . The Aatorlan. ' rThe Astorfcun guarantee to It ub scrlben the iargeet circulation of any newspaper published on the Columbia . river. Advertising rates 'can, be tad on ap p'.ieatlon to the business manager. The Weekly Aatorlan, the aecond old est weekly In the abate of Oregon, ha next to the Portland 'Oregonlan, the Jarijest weekly circulation In the taite. Jno. T. Handler Co. are our Port land arenta, and copies of the Aatorlan , can be had every morning at their atand on First atreet. REJBD'S 'DTFFinUiyr POSITION. As a presidential candidate amd speaker-to-be of -te -new ho-ifee of representa- t-Ivw, Mr. Heed has a difficult time be fore him. HI tirouMee are about to tegta, if tti Btateimente of a WlasWlngiton dlrpatdh are to be creVitted. It seems Khan ittve now Ihouee contain, epproxl muitly, 140 new RepuM-ictam end 104 old HenJbtlcu'n mtmbora. The new ones are at.) o be getting; reatleas because, ' In all Ave gottolp and talk of the organiza tion of the house and the appointment of committee chairmen, the new members &t not seem to be considered. It la eta) ted that a number of these new members have been consulting to gether artd cor responding with each otlber 4n regard to the matter, nd that they have about concluded to make trouble If they are not recognized. They recent itfiie prospects thalt they will be given tall-end positions on he committee, and hold that it Is unfair to them to follow the precedent which dictates such a course. . The Men of some of there new mem ibers to that, 1f Mr. Reed tpToposes, as ntiw seemU probaWe, to fallow the tradi tion?, to cause itiroufele In caucus and nmfce matter very lively. Some of these , now men are ao anxious for recognition mnd for p'.aces that are greater than their deserts that thiey are contemplating, even if there chould be no chance of sue ecus, picking up some oCd Republican and running him for speaker. The man they have In 'mlnvl Is "Joe" Cannon, of Illinois, who was chairman of the appropriations committee in ithe former Reed congress. It l genetully presumed that Mr. Can non will not be given that chatrmanehJp in the new house. This would be chiefly becauee he wua defeated for the Fifty- econa congress ana onus lost fits pres tige and rank as an old member. If Mr. Reed should propose to turn him down he wouM be made a- martyr, and thus be the more (available a a candidate for the speakership In opposition to Mr, Reed. Whether or not Mr. Cannon would be willing to be a party to such a plan Is questionable, but What Is what It is said several of the new member are suggest tag. At any rate they want to make a U.iovr of opposition in the hope of being hcttor recognized. It I claimed that the frlenvls of Gov, M'KInVey, Seisatcr Allison and of ex-Pres ident Harriiwn approve the idea of OP' posing Mi.. 'Reel' unanimous election to line speakenCii'p on the ground that,' If that were to ooeur, It would give him too tnuoh puonilnnnce as a presldy-nt!'.! po tonltallty, and t'h'in moke Mm practically Invincible 1n the national convention. The Wea wouCd then 'be to encourage opposl tlon to Mr. Reed, not with the wish to defeat him, fur tliiat .would be regarded as Injuring the Republican party, but In order to make him fight for the speaker- lrtp. With this view, thtee tolleged friends cf oMier presidential candidates would en courage opposition and be glad to ee any man run against Mr. Reed. Mr. iReed wouhl Justly feel somewhat fount by opposition to his unanimous elec tion to the openkcrshlp. On the other hand, auvh a move, If ecouraged by other presidential ajsplronta, wouCd net an a boomerang. Mr. Reed bore the brum of the flshtlng agolrt-t the Democrats In the huuas for four yearn, and dul as much, as any ollner two mien to bring about their discomfiture in Hint -body. Any lack of appreciation of hCa services, or any op position to him becuiuse of Jealousy of hi prominence as a presidential candidate, would proUably hunt those -who fought him. Therefore ft Is altogether Improba ble hk. Mr. muinrtton, Mr. lAlllson, or Major McKlnley would bs a party to any such picayune buslnojs. Mr. Reed Is going to have uufllclcnt dlffloultle to wgunlw thf house commit tecs In the Intercut of the Republican pifty, 'Without making It mow dlftloult. WHvlle the P.epib!lcira seem now to have a eure thing for th presAlenoy next time. wdh wi:i depend upwn the house. If it , la divided against Itself, and torn with faction, and If member are actuated ratlhor toy personal ambition or political Jfulousk, than by a dmire to aid the Ropobllcan party, Uhe effect will be dan gerous. The old members have earned precedmic by their wrvHoe to the party. If til new meiWhen are worthy of pre tfwmont, their time m l.1 come in the next and the succeeding congresjes. By ham Plng Air. Reel in toe performance of hi dutte by ftaotlous opposition and Jealous bickering, they will injureth Re publican pArty am! place themselve be--ond tQie pa!e. Mr. Reed is too good a Republican and too threwvl u. politician to Ignore tha proper claim of the now members, and such a soem fitted for good committee "wtn be given them. Prema ture Irrltatkm or alttion cannot be hw-Vul to Mm pty or to the prospects of those ho engage in It. From reports filed In "the office of the fctcretary of state of Nebraska, "It Is shown wt i first two nrevka' work of h. tts C.-orJ OUgnr factory has resulted In the production ot 400.000 puotils of mcar. Th represent a value -t whoUtule rate of about 120,000. The bounty to be received by the man ufaetut'ors from the state on this will be ttouioUihig like $1,W0. AB the farmer Is paid $5 a ton, antt to nuke Mils amount required 3,600 tons, Dhc foroier'o Ohare will be 118,000, to pay for Uhe rahing and de livery of fcts crop. Tie Ncrfolk factory has reh'ed 5,017 ton af bests, and has. . gaia manufactiirsd IW.OOO pounds t,i gra-nulav- E'.'l'.'l in oir jf AiIock proves and btniing ed sug'ar. Tiess t'o factories arcdla - trlbuting among llho farmems about 1,60U a day leach. The'manufacturlng seaeon louts about three month The saimo aver age kept up would g'lve in output for the season for the wo ifactortc of 4,550,000 poundd of monufactiured sugar." Much depends upon Preafclertt Cleveland as to tihe ttme mfien Ubal'.i's senoitor and con8ireiBsmen will it ipermitted, to repre sent tihe new fiate In WaeTntngton. Be fore the; cad he aworn wi 'Uhe president must 'approve ' l)he cbrrtttutlon' of '' the staw. A certiBed copy of Dht. lnstru ment must be preuonwd : to' him, .along wlth 3 copy of th offlcla'l vote, showing shot -Uhe people of Utah have accepted It. The president 1s required, to examine, the copy of 'the constitution presented to 'him, to eee if the provision wiMc-h the en- abf.lng act required shoUM be u. part of the conetttutlon, are Included Uhereln The mCst Important of these Is that for bidding poUygamy. A soon as the presi dent approves tltve document Uio. terrl tory becomes a state, and is so pro claimed. K Mr. Clevoland, for lany pur pose, otaslred to delay the BJlmlajlon of the state, he could posone the examina tion of the official documents ipreteented to hlm, and do so for any reason he saw fit. Thfls would cause the wiaslte of much time before Uhe Republican wouM have t)he benefit of Uie additional senators from Udalh 'there s belngr no question wlhaitooover, aftor tihe election of Tivea ctaiy, tfhoit the two senators from Utah Will be RepubJIcariM. ' It is not believed at U likely that (Mr. Cleveland would descend to sudhi an act a Uhds, but he has 'Uhe power to embarrass the Repub licans In the senate considerably If the so desire. It appeara that on increased Interest is being manifested in mtt-ltory instruction as a part of the education of youth in the UnlWJ States. In his report, Just eub minted to the seoretary of war, the adju tant general cayis tlhait reports from offi cer on duty and professors of military sclonce and tactics -at various colleges give evidence of Che increasing favor In wihtdh the people Ihvrid Instruotlon blending physical tnnlntng with scholastic studies, The aiverage total number af etudentu dur ing paxt ye-ar at Vacuo lndtltiutlona was 36,638. Of -Ohewe 23,723 were capable of mil Itary duty, 12,681 wore required under col lege rule to be enrolled as military stu dents, and the whole number that re ceived military Instruction during the last quarter of the scholastic year was 14,561. The retwl show tlhait the total average attendance ihiala more than doubled in four years, and that the Interest In 'Uhe mili tary course of faculties with the students has kept pace therewith. During the year 1895 forty-Uhree states laind terrltoiiea ob tained the services of officers of the army for temporary or regular duty with ttate troops. Sam J. Gorman, a Portland dealer In cheap salmon, and who lalso runs a email fish offal rendering tutiabH'sTvment In this city during the isunnmer season, is evident ly very much put out .wltdji the Astorian over Its campaign against the Improper labelling of Columbia river sa'.mon. He print in an ailvectlslng circular wtilcih he ismie Dhhi week, -Uhe paid local Item on fall salmon lately puibilWhed In the Ore gonlan, (iwhlcM our reader will remember was re-pubMed, 'with a few corn-man, In the Astorian when It first appeared) and audaciously refers to It as an "edi torial" from the Oregonlan. We wonder how Uhe able and conscientious editor ot the Oregonlan will rellch tihe fellow's Im pertinence and m.'ereprtisentatlon. ROYAL Baking Powder has been awarded highest honors at every world's fair where exhibited. ' ' Eleonora Duse 4 eruoteVl as eaylng trfie I a ibetter tragedienne theit 8aa-ah Born hairtlt. . : Bt:CKLEN'8 ARNICA 8ALVBJ. ! The best salve In the world fot Cuts. Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Bait Rheum, Tever Sores, Ti-tter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains. Con.s. and All Skin Eioip lons, and positively cure Plies, or no ay required. It is guaranteed to (five perfect satisfaction, or money rerunoeta. Price. 25 oentt per Ux. For ssie by Rogers. Odd Fellows' bulldlnjr. Shoe '.twilher Is Bow manufactured from red beectiiwood. It Is a truth In medicine that the small est dose that performs a cure is the best. Dewltf LiMle Early Risers are the smallest pllla, will perform a cure, and are the best. Chas. Rogers. Antojnaila coWectlng Is Sol Smith Rus sell's fad. His weakness Is a belief In superstttfoiM fancies. -He given an edd turn to .he latter, calling thirteen Ms lucky number, and prefera to begin his annual tour on Krdilay. The om. aiiapi dateU hat iwhlch he iwore In "A I'oor Re lation" he has hod for twenty yeoia. Children Cry for Pitcher's Castorla. A deep mystery has for come time been eemn-eetedl In many minds with Mr.' w. W. After" literary and Journalistic ven tures hi England, but an Emrllsh theoso- nhist now upon us explains It. 'Mr. As- tor ha become, so many thk-osophlsts hope, 'U convert to -their belief." ALL FREE. Those who have used Dr. King's New Discovery know Its value, and those who hr.ve not have now the opportunity to try It free. Call on the advertised druggist and get a trial bottle free. Send your name and address to II. E Bucklen A Co.. Chicago, and tret ample box of New Life Pills free, as well as a copv of Guide to HeaJtn ana Household Iiultrudtor, free. All of which I guaranteed to do you good and cost you nothing. Chas. Roger rugg1at. Odd Fellows Building. A lS-year-oOd brother of Welba boa de veloped! good tenor voice. i PROVEN A BOON. Gentlemen: I hav always recom mended Krause' Headiitne Capsule wherever I hav had a chance. They hav proven a veritable boon In my family against any and all kinds of noadacha. xsun truly. -v J. K. WALTER. Leavenworth. Kansas. For sale by Chaa. Rogers, Astoria, Oregon, sole axent IN NOVEMBER, Jn.ncj llterbert Morse in the November Atlantic. Far to f.io narWiward uire Uhe frozen lake Ye dhlpmcn, draw to anchor and fun sail! i 6oon will Ith AfVrf tAr-'flf 'Ti'f and h ' T .; ' flaucts , ' . .... . Sarm In tfie foreais audi tfne 0?olar bees FAlvg our Hweot wingers to tlhe WilMer Beais. I too would fly, my riplnlt so forsake Me Blnoe the Inland ot Time upon my brow - Advanc)i his tetuirtdard. Once, wi'icn 1 was younir, I etireWhedi a hUind to Time, and, for 'mere trfieaeuire. -Danced to tin itempeut' wild and win try measure, T.hou(hi the iwhlte swarena In all the"Tiem locks swumr. 'When i was -young, laA I tnust eay Or. Price's Cream Baking Powder.' ConUlna tin Ammonia or Alum. It's Just as easy to try- One Minute Cough Cure as anything ese. It's easier to cure a severe couifh, or cold with It Let your next purchase for a cough be On Minute Coutfh Cure. Bettet medi cine; better results; better try It.' ' Chas. Rogers. , i . ! Speaker Ou51y of the Engh'sCi house of commons hus a pet bulldog, by .which he lays great store. The dog haa hart several 'iniadivenituros (n London streets aind badly frlf,'MeneI nervous peopTe out tine speaker deojlne to give him up, Acts at once, never falls. One Minute Cough Cure. A remedy for asthma, and that feverish condition which accom panies a severe cold. The only harm'.ei remedy that produces Immediate results, Chas. Rogers. 'IVIneefis Pauline 'Mefeternlchi niece of Uhe f'a'mous amibasJaldor to Paris ond the more famous Princess Pauline, hda wife, has Just made her first "appearance as a vlolllnlft a't a charity concert iait Marlen- bad. She is only 15 year old. A. O. Hartley, of Magic, Pa., writes: feel It Is a duty of mine to inform you and the public that DelWtt's Witch Ha zel Salve cured me of a very bad case of eczema. It also cured my boy of a running sore on his leg. Chas. Rogers. Mr. Laboucheire, wltti all his attempts to play tha cyme, Is really one of the few men who are perfectly at home in any society, high or lew. He has MttvdJj willh' all pa; It lea and creeds, and some friends with none; an 'Inexhaustible stock of anecdotes one of his "prop erties," as popular ba his cigarette care. When Baby was sick, we gave her Castorla. When she was a Child, she cried for Castorla. When she became Miss, she clung to Castorla, When she had Children, she gave them Castorla, ENGLISH CAPITAL FOR AMERICAN INVESTMENTS. Important to Amorlcans seeking Eng lish Oaptlal for new enterprliees. A list conitailnlng the naimos and address e ot 360 Buocessfin promoters who have placed over 100,000,000 Sterling in Foreign In vestments within the lost six years, and over 118,000,000 for tihe seven months of 1895. I 'lien, 5, or $i5, payable by postal ordier to tho London and Universal Bu reau of Investors, 20, Cheapni.le, London, E. C. Subscrvbens wil be entitled, by ar- raingeme!vt with the directors to receive either persotiui;' or lattora of introductoln to any of theee ujceaaTiu promoters, This lit Is first cCaas In every respect, and every man or firm whose name ap pearo therein may be depended upon, For placing the following it will be found Invaluable Bonds or Shares of In dustrtto:, Commercial and Financial co. earns, Mortgage roans, Sale of Linus, Patents or Mlnots. Director: sir edward c. ross, hum. avalter c. pepys, CAPT. ARTHUR STtFFE. Copyright, lit fit. ffSO. fOS A CASE IT WILL NOT CUHC. U a. w,t.ls TTntlnnilNERVI TON 10. Bold by Druggists or sent by mall 26o40o, and $1.00 per package. Bamplo free. Y1f The Favorite TOOTH rWIH flO jy.Ufor the Teeth and Breath For Sale by J. W. Cnn. ITTH STREET IMPROVEMENT NOTICE Nrttl. I hereby given thlat the Com mon Council of the C'.ty of Astoria have determined to Improve lTih street, from the South line -of Franklin avenue to the north line ot Irving avonue (except the crossing of Gtvinl Avenue) by gracing and lining wlU street to tne e9:0J.io oth,i. ihiAiuBhi the full width . irtereof, and i-oniKruotlng on each side thereof a sWeiwaik 10 feet wide within the curb and louvln a vace of two feet next to cujb for planting treest una ty conmruci Inx putters on both sides thereof, and by planking throughout the full width, there of, t'tween such gutter wfth good, sound flr phimk three tnche In thickness, all to be done In accordance with plans and Apecltk-a-tlans and ordinance In relation thereto. Tlae lands and premise upon which the special assessment shall be levied to de fray the cost and expense of such Im provement and the district embracing said lands and premises be Knd the sime are d.elK-nated as follows, to--lt: Commencing at the northwest corner of Lot S. In Block 15, running tnence outn on a tral?ht line to the southnreat cor ner of Lot 10, In Block a, and thence east on a strUlKtit Hue to the southeast mi-iiw of Lot 9. In Block S3, and thence north) on a straight line to the northeast corner of Lot i. In Block 11, and thence west on a straight line to the place ot beginning. Ami all land end premise In raid district and not Included In any street or alley, shnN be eubjevt to ta!d rescsa ment. Bstlmaltes of the expsw- of eueh Im- proveimwt and plans ana C!waiiu or uth work and of the locality to be Im- proved have been (Utltil by the City Surveyor with the Auditor and Police Judre for examinaoon ana mxy oe in' sorted at the olllce of sue officer. At the next remitter meeting of the Common Council after the flnnl puMlca tton of this notice. torn-It: On vVlnel.iy. November StHh. 1835. alt the hour of 7: p. m at the Oty -tiaii. uie sa'.u councn will consider any objertlooa to such im provement being made and if a remon strance against such Improvement signed by person owning mors than one-htf nt rh nrornrtv in ucn uisirit-i m-.u uc crtttesl and in wnnir mi kjjcv-iui mnt htebt levied, sh-ill be filed with AtidMor Htwl Police Judir before the raM time of mertlng or in tommon Poimrll no euch improvement cr work hall be ordered except by a vote of two- H'tlr.1 of the common dcnmcll. By wtier of Common Council. Attest: K. OSBURN. 'Audhor and Police Judge. Actorta, Oregon, November Ith, 1ST-5. If BOND STREET ASSESSMENT NOTICE. Notice to hereby given that the assosa rniont mails by Ordlnancs No. t.014. of the city of lAtorla, confirming the asBces raent on roll No. 8, for the improvement -of Bond street In Adair' Astoria, from the west ltao ot Forty-eecond ctreet to fhe fwest 'Jne of Forty-fifth etreet, is now vlue (and payable in- United States geld nd Hilv-fT .coin at the office of the City Treasurer,, kuid If not paid within five davs from the final publication of this notice, to-iwh: - On . or before Monday, T,-milher M. 1898. thte Common Council will order warranto Issued for the col lection of the same. The aetment Is as fpllowB: Amtorla Savings Bank, E 50 feet Lot 2, Bl ock 96 Astorlal Savings Bank, Lot $11 00 7, Block 58... Astoria Savings Bank, Lot 8, - Block 98 -" 12 50 $12 50 H. F. Bruhm, Lot 6, Block 6 $26 00 H. F. Bruhn, E. half of tot Block I... John Casey. Lot 1, Block ........ John Casey, Lot 2, Block 8....... John Casey, Lot 3. Block 8 Daniel D. Casey. Lot 4, Block 8. 1 00 $4 00 : $4 oo $4 00 $1 00 (3hrlwt Christian-son. W. 60 feet Lot! 3, Block 98 H M John Enberg, Lot 1, Block 98... $17 00 John Enberg. W. 23 feet Lot 2, Block 98.; $3 65 John Enber. E. 25 feet Lot 3, Block 98 5 John Enberg. Lot 4, Block 98 $17 00 Frieda Fiord. 8. half ot Lot Z, Block 6 . $75 00 Frieda FJond. S. half of Lot 3, Block S $75 00 Frledu, Fiord. S. half of Lot 4, Block 0 $75 00 Annie Pdakes, Lot 8, Block 99 $29 00 S. Haiusted and (wife Maria, Lot 1, Block 104 $25 00 Oust Hotimes, Lot 5, Block 96 $12 50 Oust Holmes, Lot 6, Block 98 $12 60 Mary H. Leinenwtber, Lot 1, Block 7 $125 00 Mary . H. 'Letaenweber, Lot 2, Block 7 $125 00 Mary H. Leinenweber. Lot 3, Br.ock 7 $125 00 Mary H. Lelnenweber, Lot 4, Block 7 $125 00 Mary H. Lelnenweber, Lot 6, Block 7 $20 00 Mary H. Lelnenweber, Lot 6, Block 7 $28 00 M. H. Lelnenweber, Lot 7, Block 7.. $26 00 Mary- H. Lelnenweber. 'Lot 8, Block J. $26 00 M. H. Lleneniweber, Lot 1, Block 105 $20 03 Mary H. Lelnenweber, Lot 2, Block 105 $20 00 Mary H. ' Lelnenweber, Lot 3, Block 105 $20 00 Mary H. Lelnenweber, Lot 4, Block 106 $20 00 Mary H. Lelnenweber, Lot 6, Block 106 $125 00 Mary H. Lelnenweber, Lot 6, Block 105 $125 00 Mary H. Lelnenweber, Lot 7, Block 105 $125 00 Mary H. -Lelnenweber, Lot 8, Block 10.-. $125 00 Mary 'H. Lelnenweber, frontage of Lot 1, Block 105 $22 50 M-ary H. Lelnenweber, frontage of Lot 2, Block 105 $22 50 Mary H. Lelnenweber, frontage of Lot 3, Block 105 $22 50 Mary H. Lelnenweber, frontage of Lot 4, Block 105 $22 60 Frederick 'Llndatxom, 'Lot 1, Blo:k 99 $125 00 Frederick Llndstrom, W. half of Lot 2. Block 90 $02 6a Frederick Llndstrom, 'Lot 7, Block 99 $26 00 AucruBta S. McGregor, Lot 3, Block 101 $25 00 W. F. McGregor, Lot 6, Block 10t.. $125 00 Mrs. Eirimi Minturd, Lot 8, Block 6... $26 00 IlIemiaaM Marlon and H. 'McCor- mack, Lot 5, Block 8 $1 00 Richard 'M'jirlom amd H. McCor- mack, 'Lot 6, Block 8 $4 00 R'ldhardl Moirlon and H. MoCor- mock, Lot 7, Block 8 $4 00 Rlcthard Marlon and H. McOor- mock, Lot 8, Block 8 $1 00 RlCh-artl Mair-ion and H. 'McCor- mack, Lot 9, Block 8 $4 00 R.Vihard -Marlon an!J H. McCor- mock, 1ot 10, BMck 11 $4 00 Rilrihardl M-nrlon and H. MoCor- nvack, Lot 11, Block 8 $4 00 Richard Marlon and H. M'cCor- mack, Lot 12, Block 8 $( oo Richard Mairiou and H. McCor- maek, Lot 1.1. Block 8 $4 ft) Riclhard Marion amd H. MjCor- mack, Lot 14, Block 8 $4 Oo" Rldhard Muirlon land H. McCor- mack, Lot 15, Block 8 $4 oo Rlcflvardl Marlon amd H. MoCor- mack, Lot 16, Block 8 $1 00 Richard Miarion and H. McCor- mack, Lot 17, Block 8 $1 00 Richard1 .Muirfcm land H. McCor- maek. Lot 18, Block 8 $J 00 Rldhard Mairlon and H. M'cCor- mack, Lot 19, Block 8 $3 00 RlclharJ Mi.nr1on Bind H. M'oCor- mack, Lot 20, Blaufc 8 $3 OO, Rilchlard 'Marlon amd H. McCor- maok, Lot 21. Block 8 $3 00 Rli-Cram) Muirion amd H. M-Cor- 'mack, Lot 22, Block 8 $3 00 Richard Miarion amd H. M'oCor- 'miick, Lot 33. Block 8 $3 00 Richard iMurlon- and H. M'cCor- mck, Lot 24. Block 8 $3 00 Rlchamd 'M-airlon aind H. McCor- mock. Lot 25, Block 8 $3 00 RiclaoiM Morion and H. McCor- mUck, Lot 26, Block 8 $3 00 Rldhairvl Mairlon amd H. McCor- mack, Lot 27, Block 8 $3 00 RUIhaind Marian amd H. McCor- mack, Lot 28, Block 8 $3 00 R'ldhardl 'Marlon amd II. MoCor- mack, Lot 29, Block 8 $3 00 Richard Muwon amd H. MoCor- mack, Lot SO, Block 8 $3 00 Richard Murlon and H. McCor- miek, Lot 31, Block 8 $3 03 RUi:ard iMeunlon and H. McCor- mack. Lot 32. IKock 8 $3 00 RldharJ Murlon and H. McCor- mack, Lot 33, Block 8 $3 00 Rlclhard Marlon and H. IMjCot- mack, Lc4 34, Block 8 P. J. McQowan, Lot 1. Block 112..!. P. J. McQowan, Lot 2, Block 112.... P. J. McGowan, Lot 3, Block 112.... P. J. -McGowan, Lot 4, Block 112.... P. J. iMcGowum, Lot 5, Block 112.... P. J. McGowiain, Lot 6, Kock 112.... P. J. McOowan, Lot 7, Block 112.'.'., P. J, McOowan. Lot 8, Block 112.,',. P. J. MKtowsm. Lot 9. Block lis'." $3 03 $25 00 $25 00 $33 00 $ 25 00 $2i 00 $ 25 00 $25 00 $25 00 $25 00 1-. j. wcinjwnn, ioi 10, Hloclt 112.. $25 00 P. J. McGowan, Lot 11. Block 112 Ms cm P. J. McOowan, Lot 12. Block 112.. $x 00 P. J. afcGowan, Lot 13, Block 112... $g 00 P. J. McGomon, Lot 14, Block 112.. $26 00 P. J. AIcGonvan, Lot 15, Bio. 112.. $25 09 P. J. McGowan, Lot 16, Block 112.. $25 00 P. J. McOowan. Lot 17. Block 112.. $25 00 i'. J. nicuowan, imi is. Block 112.. $2". 00 $3 00 $3 00 $3 00 $3 00 $3 00 $3 0U $3 OU $3 00 P. J. McOowan, Lot 1, Block 114.... P. J. -McOorwan, Lot 2, Block 114..'.. P. J. McGowan, Lot 3. Block 114.... P. J. McOowan, Lot 4, Block 114.... P. J. ftrcOowan, Lot 5, Hock 114.... P. J. McOowan, Lot , Block 114.... P. J. McOowan. Lot 7. Block 114.... P. J. McGowun. Lot 8. Block 114.... P. J. McOowan, Lot 2. Block 114.... $3 00 $1 00 $4 03 $1 00 $4 00 P. J. McOowan, Lot 10. Block 114.. P. J. "McOowan, Lot 11. Block 114.. P. J. McOowan, Lot 12, Block 114.. P. J. McGowan. Lot 18, Block 114.. P. J. -McOowan, Lot 14. BCock 114.. P. J. McOowan, Lot 15, Block 114.. P. J. McOowan, Lot 16, Block 114.. P. J. McGowan, Lot 17. Block 114.. $1 00 $4 00 $4 00 $4 00 P. J. 'McOowan. Lot 18, Block 114.. P. J. MdOowan, Lot 1, Block 116.... P. J. McOowan. "Lot 2 .Block 116.... $1 00 $1 00 $1 00 $1 OO $t 00 $1 00 P. J. McOowan, Lot $, Block 116.... P. J. MeGowam, Lot 4. Block 116.... P. J. McOowan, Lot 5, Stock 116.... P. J. McOowan. Lot C, Block 116.... P. J. McOowan, Vol 7, Block 116.. .. $1 08 $1 00 $1 00 $1 00 $3 00 $3 00 P. J. McOowan, Lot 8. Block .... P. J. McOowan. Lot . Block 116.... P. J. McOowan. Lot 1. Block 116.. J. McOowan. Lot 11. Block in.. P. J. McOowan, Lot 12. Block 1'.. $3 09 $3 00 $2 00 $2 00 $ ) 00 J. McOowan, Lot IS, Block 116.. J. McOowan. Lot 14, Block lit. J. McOowan, Lot 15, Block 116.. J. MWtawan, Lot Is, Blo.-k 1U . J. McOowan. Lot 17. Block U.. J. McOowan. Lot IS. Bloc lit. $2 00 $3 09 U Nelwon. lot (Block 9 L. NVson, Lot S, Block 99 $13 09 $36 00 John Nontotromv E. half of Lot 3, Block 99 $62 60 Elizabeth Parker, Lot 4, Block 101.. $2S 00 Elizabeth PUrker, Lot 5, BCock 104.. $1 00 Frank! PUrLon, Trustee, Lot 1, Block 6 $160 00 Frank Pat ton, Trustee, N. half of Lot 2, Block 6 $75 00 Frank Potton, Trustee, N. half of Lot 3, Block 6 ITS 00 Frank Pltcon, N. Waif of Lot i. Block 6. $75 00 Roger Trust Co., W. half Lot 6.... $1$ 00 Roger Trust Co., Lot 7, Block .. $2 00 Roger Trust Co., Lot 2, Block 104.. $25 00 Rogers Trust Co., Lot 7, Block 104.. $125 00 Rogers Trust Co., Lot 8, Block 104.. $126 00 T. Slverson, Lot 4, Block 99 $126 00 T. Stvensom, OXit e, ciock w , C. E. S. Wood, Lot 1, Block 106... C. E. S. Wood, Lot 2, Block 106... C E. S. Wood, Lot 3, Block 106... C. E. 8. Wood, Lot 4, Block 106... C. E. 8. Wood, Lot 5, Block 106... C. E. S. Wood. Lot 6, Block 106... n t a Txit 7. Block 106 $26 00 $6 75 $6 76 $6 75 $6 75 $9 00 $9 00 $9 00 C.' E. 8. Wood. "Lot 8, Block 106..... $9 00 C. E. S. Wood, Lot 1, Block 110.... $1 00 C K. S. Wood, Lot 2, Block 110.... C. E. S. Wood, Lot 3, Block 110.... C. E. 6. Wood, Lot 4, Block 110.... C. E. 8. Wood, Lot B, Block 110.... a E. S. Wood. Lot 6. Block 110.... C. E. S.-Wbod, Lot 7, Block 110.,.. C. E. S. Wood, Lot 8, Block 110.... C. B. B. Wood, Lot 9, Block 110.... C. E. S. Wood, Lot 10, Block 110.... C. E. S. Wood, Lot 11, Block MO.... C. E. 8. Wood, Lot 12, Block 110.... a E. 8. Wood, Lot 13, Block 110.... C. E. S. Wood, Lot 14, Block 110.... C. E. 8. Wood, Lot 15, Block 110.... C. E. 8. Wood, Lot 16, Block 110.... c! E. S. Wood, Lot 17, Block 110.... C. E. S. Wood, Lot 18, Block 110.... $1 00 $1 00 $1 $1 $1 $1 $1 $1 $2 $2 $2 $2 $2 $2 $2 00 $2 $2 By order of the Common Council. Attest) K. OSBURN, - Auditor and Poice Judge Astoria, Ore., November 11, 1895. 14TH STREET ASSESSMENT NOTICE, Notice la hereby given tlWat the ment made by Ordinance No. 2.017, of the city of Astoria, confirming the asseee mertt on Roll No. 7, for the improvement of Fourteenth etreet from the north line of Grand avenue to the north1 14ns of Jerome avenue, in Shlvelyls Astoria, 1 now due and payable in United Spates gold and silver coin at the office of the olty treasurer, and if not paid within Ave days 'from the final publication of OMs notice, to-iw: un or Derore tTicray, November 29, 1896, the common council wlll oMer warrant issued for collection of same: Astoria Savings Bank, trustee, 8. 100 feet lot 7, block 20 $ 76 60 Astoria Savings Bank, trustee, 8 100 feet lot 8, block 20 31 90 F. N. Blanche, archbishop of Ore- eon. S. 100 feet lot 4, block 20 23 75 F. N. Blanche. arcfyWMiop of Ore gon, S. 100 feet lot 6, block 20 47 85 F. N. Blanchet, archbishop of Ore gon, 8. 100 feet lot 8, block 20 114 90 Otto Carlson, M. 50 feet of Lot U, block 19 15 95 ftto Cartsen. M. 50 feet of Lot 12, block 19 38 30 Aug-usK Danielson, lot 6, block 66.... o. C. 'Mary C. Katie and Nellie) Flavel. lot 2, block 19 47 86 O. C, Mary C, Katie and Nellie Flnvel, N. 77 feet lot 1 block 19.... O. . M-ary C. Katie and Nellie 59 00 Fluivel, lot 3, block 19 28 76 O. C, 'Mary C, Katie and NeClle Flavel, lot 4, block 19 15 00 G. S. Gundfeiraon, N. 50 feet lot 10, block 19 a. S. Gurtderson. N. 50 feet lot 11, 9 60 block 19 15 95 O. S. Gundereon. N. 50 feet lot 12, block 19 33 30 Mr.s E. R. Hbiwea. N. 50 feet lot 7, block 20 38 30 Mr. E. R. Hawes, N. 60 feet lot 8, bl ock 20 16 95 Mips. E. R. Hawes. lot 9. block 20.... 28 75 Ayetallde B. Mansh, 8. 60 feet lot 11, block 19 15 96 Adelttkfe B. Marsh. 8. 60 feet lot 12. block 19.. 38 80 F. L. Parker and W. B. Chase, lot 1, block 56 114 90 F. L. Parker and W. B. Ohoise, lot 2, block 56 47 85 F. L. Parker omoj W. B. Chase, lot 3, block 66 28 75 F. L. Pan-leer and W. B. Chase, lot 4, block 66 IB 00 F. L. Parker and W. B. Chose, lot 6, block 68 8 00 F. L. 'Parker and W, B. Chase, lot 6, block 66 F. L. Parker and 'W. B. Chase, lot 7, block 56 F. L. Parker and W. B. Chase, lot 8, block 60 F. L. Parker and W. B. Chase, lot 4 00 400 800 9, block 66 , 15 00 F. L. Parker and W. B. Chase, lot 10, block 68 28 76 F. L. Parker and W. B. OMase, loo 11, block 66 47 85 F. L. Parker and W. B. Chase, lot 12, block 56 114 90 O. I. Peterson, N. 50 feet lot 7, block 55 38 SO O. I. Peterson. N. 50 feet lot 8, block 55 16 75 John Riley, lot 4, block 55 28 76 Iver Sabo, lot 9. block 65 26 75 Emllle Sehiussel, S. 100 feet rot 7, block 55 76 60 Bml'.le S.-ft'.iuaiel, S. 100 feet lot 8, block 55 SI 90 EMia Sbepbard, lot 6, block 55 114 90 C. W. Shlvely, lot 8, block 19 00 C. W. Shlvely. lot 9, block 19 16 00 Henrietta C. Swenson, lot 6, Mock! 19 5 50 Mliti'Ata, Thomson, 8. 100 feet lot 10, block 19 19 16 J. F. Vcie, S. 73 feet lot 1. block 19 66 98 By order of the Common Council this 8tlh day of November, 1895. Attest: K. OSBURN, Auditor and Police Judge. Astoria, Ore., November 8, 1895. IRVING AVCNUE IMPROVEMENT . NOTICE Notice 1 hereby given that the Common Council of the Chy of Astorii, Oieion, have determined to tmprove Irving Ave nue from the east line of 18th street to the east dine of 24th street, all In the city of AStoria es kUd out and recorded by J. M. Shlvely, by removing all brush, logo and timber, and by grading and fill ing to the established grade, and planking to tr.ie wMiun. of 16 feet through' the cen ter with good flr planking three Inches in thlckmetw, six inches in wld'tv, laid one inch apart on six stringer all to be done In accordance with plans and specificat ions and onJmonces in relation thereto. The lands and premise unon which the pedal assessment shall be levied to de fray the coot and expense of such Im provement and district embraclns said t-ands ami premises, be and the tame are detflfrnated as fallows, towlt: All of Blocks 24. 26. 26, 27, B8, 29. 46. 47. 48, 49, 60. and 5L all In the town (now city) of Astoria, as laid out and recorded by j. M. Shlvely. Estimate of the expense of uch "im provement and plans and dlarme ot such work, amd of th locality to b Im proved, hkwe been QVeponfted by the city surveyor with the Auditor and Police Ji4je fiv examination and may be In spected at Uhe office of sucCi officer. At the next regular meeting; of the Com mon Council after the final publica tion of this notice, towlt: On Wednes day, November 20th. 1896, at 7:30 p. m. at the City Hall, the said council will consider any objection to such Improve ment being made and If a remonstrance against such improvement signed! by per son owning more than one-half of the property m such district herein described and in which the special acsessmeot is to be levied stiall be filed with the Aud itor and Police Judge before said time of meeting of the Common Council, no such Improvement or work shall be or dered except by a -rote of tnvo-tMrd of the common council. By order of the Common Counct. Attest: K. OSBURN. Auditor and Police Judge. Astoria, Oregon, Novemoer 8th, ltjff, EHTLOETS CURE ia sold oa a cvar Dtee. It cures Incipient consumption, t Is the beat Coug-h Cure. Only one ent a do. IS cants, M cts and 11.00. For Sale by J. W. Coon. As Franklin says, good dreaa open all door, you should not lps sight of the fact that a perfect fitting ult U the main feature. Wonam alter A Brown are noted for fit, workmanship ana superiority of dualities. Their rep resentative visits Astoria every three months. Office 64 Dekum Building, Portland, Or -Reserve orders tM you nav seen the sprlnir line of samples, FOURTEENTH STREET BEWBR AS SESSMENT NOTICE. . Notice Is hereby given that Uhe assess ment mialde by Ordinance No. 2016, of the city of Astoria, confirming the assess ment on Roll 'No. 10 for the consltructlon of a sewer in 14th, street an the part of the City, of Astoria a laid out and re corded by J. M. ShHvely and generally known a Shlvely' Aatorta, from a point wo teat aouthi ot mt south, line of Orand avenue, to the south tine of Jerome ave nue, to now due amd payabCe ia United State gold and silver coin at the office of the City Treasurer.' and if not paid within five Hay from the Anal publtca- tton or fhd notUce to-iwtt: On or before Saturday, November SOthi 1895, Uhe Com mon OouncU will order warrant issued for the collection of the same. Astoria Saving Bank, Trustee, 8. 100 feet Lot 7, Block 20 4 37.75 Astoria Savings Bonk, Trustee, B. 100 feet Lot , Block 20 24.40 F. N. Blanchet. Archbishop of Ore.. 8. 60 feet Lot 4, Block 20 8.85 F. N. Blanchet, Archbishop of Ore.. 8. 60 feet Lot S, Block 20... $.85 F. N. Blanchet, Archbishop of Ore., 8. 60 feet Lot 6, Hock 20 Theodore Brack er. N. 100 feet Lot; 3.85 5, Block 68 i 18.30 James C. Ce)dy, N. 100 feet Lot 6, Block 66 28. Otto E. Carlson, M. 60 feet Lot 11, Block 19 Otto E. Carlson. M. 50 feet Lot 8.45 12, Block 19 15.18 W. B. Chase and F. li. Parker. Lot 1, (Block 56 , 46.40 W. B. Chase and F. L. 'Parker. Lot 2, (Block 66 25.40 w. B. Chase and F. L. Parker. Lot 8, Block 66 6.40 w. b. Chase, Lot 4, Block 66 None w. B. cms and F. L. Parker. Loo 6. Block 56 None w. B. Chase and F. t,. Porker. Loo 8. Block 66 None W. B. Chose and F. 'L. Parker. Lot 7, Block 66 None W. B. Chose and F. L. Parker. Lot! 8, Block 58 None W. B. Chase and F. L. Parker, Lot 9, Block 66 None W. B. Chase and F. L. Parker, Lot! 10, 'Block 56 6.40 W. B. Chase and F. L. Parker. Lot! 11, Block 66 25.40 W. B. Ch'aso ami F. 'L. Parker. Lob 12, BOock 66 45.40 Augta Donietoon, lot 5, Kock 65.. 36.00 O. C, Mary C, Katie and Nellie Flavel, Lot 2, Block 19 3.10 O. C, (Mary C, Katie and NellSe Flavel. Lot 3, Block 19 6.10 G. C, iMory C, Katie and NellCe Flavel, Lot 4, Block 19 None C. 8. Gundereon, N. 60 feet Lot 10, Block 19 C. 8. Ounderson. N. 60 feet Lot 11. 1.80 Block 19 8.48 C. 8. OurUeroon, 'N. 60 feet Lot 13. Block 19 15.13 Mrs. 'E. R. Hawes, N. 50 feet Lot 7, Block 20 18.85 Mrs. E. R. Hawes. N. 60 feet Lot 8, Block 20 ' 12 20 Mrs. E. R. 'Howes, Lot 9, Block 20. . Adelaide B. Marsh, 8. 50 feet Lot 16.00 11, Block 19 8.46 Adelaide B. 'Marsh, S. 50 feet Let 12, Block 19 15.15 O. I. Peterson. N. 60 feet Lot 7. Block 66, 18.85 O. 1. Peterson, N. 50 feet Lot 8. Block 55 ; 12.20 John Reily, Lot 4. Block 66 16.60 Iver Sabo, (Lot 9, Block 55 16.60 Emily Schlusselv 8. 100 feet Lot 7, Block 66 Emily Sdhltissel, 8. 100 feet Lot 8, 37.75 Block 55 24.40 Eliza Shepherd, Lot 6, Block 65 56.60 C. W. Ghively, Frac. Lot 6. Block! 19 None C. W. Shlvely, Frac. Lot 7, Block 19 None C. W. SWivety, Fna. Lot 8, Block' 19 None C. W. Shlvely, Lot 8, BCock 19 None Joseph! Stonott, Lot 4, Block 68 8.30 Joseph Slnnoft, 8. 50 feet, Lot 6, Block 68 None Joseph Slnnott, S. 50 feet Lot 6, Block 68 None Slstera of Charity of St. Mhry' Hospital, Lot 1, Block 67 22.70 Slmers of Ohardty of St. Mary's Hospital, Lot 3, Block 67 12.70 Sls'.era of Charity of fit. Mary's Hospital. Lot 3, IBtock 67 2.70 Plten of Charity of fit. Mary's) Hospital, 'Lot 4, Block 67 None Slaters of Charity of St. Mary's Hospital, Lot 6, Block 67 None Sister of Charity of St. Mary's Hospital, Lot , Block 67 None Henrietta C. Svenson, Lot 5, Block 19 t None MaUdda Thompson, 8. 100 feet Lot 10. Block 18 3.60 J. F. Voss, 8. 73 feet Lot 1. Block 10 6.10 By order of the Common Council. Attest: K. OSBURN. Auditor and Police Julge. Astoria, Ore., Nov. 9th, 1895. Canadian Pacific RAILWAY. AMERICA'S Greatest -f Trans-Continental Railway System. FROM ocilo ocas -IN- Palace Dining Room and Sleeping Cars. Luxurious Dining Cars. Elegant Day Coaches. -also - Observation Cars, allowing Unbroken Views of the Wonderful Mount ain Country. ;$5.00 and $10.00 Saved on all tickets East. Tonriit ear the k Wilms, cquipmsmi oi tne rerj nnest -ALSO-Canadien Pacific ROYAL MAIL STEAMSHIP II -TO- China and Japan. China steamers leave Vancouver, B. C.: Ebbtmi M India Aug. jth. Aug 6tti. Sept. ita. Oct i4th. Nov. ink. D. ota. Empress ot Japan En pf ass of China Empraa of ladla l-aptmef Jataa Eapmsof Calsa AawtraJiaa tloMMr kav VaacMtvar. It. C . - - j . - , For ticket rates and Information call on er address JAS. FINLAYSON, Agent, ... Astoria, Or. W. F. Carson, Traveling Pass. Art, . Tacoma, Wash. Geo. McL Brown, Dist Pass. Art, Vancouver, B. C. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. German Physician. Eclectic. DR. BAR TEL, PHYSICIAN AND BURGEON. Office over Albert Dunbar store, cor. th and Co nmerclal. Price: Call US confinement, 110.00. Operation at fflo free; medicine furnished. W. C. LOO AN. D. a ft. DENTAL PARLORS. Mansell Block, tit Third Mreet DR. EIUV JANSON. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Office over Olaen'i drug tore. Hour. 10 to 13 a. m.; 3 to 6 and 7 to 8 p. m. Sun day, 10 to 1L LIBERTY P. MULLINDC M. D., , PHYSICIAN AND BURGEON. Office, 684H Third at, Astoria, Ore, Special attention given to all cnronl disease. DR. O. B. ESTEft PHYSICIaN AVD SURGEON, Special attention to disease of wom en and aurgerr. Offlo over Dan tiger' tore. Astoria Telephone y.o. 61 JAY TUTTUD, M. D. PHfSIClAN. SURGEON, AND ACCOUCHEUR. Office, Room and 6, Pythian Building. Hour, 10 to 12 and t to 5. Residence, 639, Cedar atreet. DOCTOR ALFRED KINNEY. OFFICE AT HIS RESIDENCE. May be found In hi offlo until II o'clock mornings, from 11 noon until t p. tn, and from ( until 7:10 evening. (I. T. OROSBT, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. 38 Commercial Street. W. M. LaForce, S. B. Smith. LaFORCE SMITH, ATTORNBYS-AT-YAW, 186 Commercial atrest I. W. A. BOWLBT, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW. Office on Second StrMt. Astoria, Or. J. N. Dolph. Richard Nixon Chester V. Dolph. DOLPH, NIXON A DOLPH, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Portland, Oregon, 24, 25, 26, and 27, Hamilton Building. All legal and col lection business promptly attended to. Claims against the government a spe cialty. SOCIETY MEETINGS. TEMPLE LODGE NO. 7, A. F. and A. M. Regular communication held on the first and third Tuesday evening of each month. W. G. HOWELL, W. M. E. C. HOLDEN, Saantary. MISCELLANEOUS. REAL ESTATE, NOTARY PUBLIC. W. C. CASSBLL. 178 Tenth street. WHEN IN PORTLAND Call on Handley & Haas. 160 First street, and get the Daily Astorian. Visitors need not mis their morning paper while there. BEVERAGE8. WINES AND BRANDIKS.-Uer Aiu fandel wine Instead of coffee or ton. Fifty cent per gallon. Don't forget peach and apricot brandy. Also French Cognao and wine at Alex Gilbert4 EXTENDED SYMPATHY. "Do unto others a you would have others do unto you,'! is sympathetically shown In the following lines, the pre umplion being that sympathy Is born, or akin to pain or sorrow: "Uentlemon: Please send Kreuse' Headache Capsules aa follows: Two boxes to Flora Seay, Havanna, N. Dak. Two boxes to Lillle Wilcox, Brookland, N. Dak. 1 nave always been a great sufferer from headache and your Cap sules are the only thing that relieves me." Yours very truly, FLORA SEAY. Havana, N. Dak. For sale by Chas. Rogers, Astoria. Or.. Sole Agent A. V. ALLEN, DEALER IN Groceries, Flour, Feed, Provisions, Fruits Vegetables, Crockery, Glass auJ Plated Ware. Loggers' Suppjles. Cor. Cass tud Squemoque Streets. Astoria, Ort DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP. Notice is hereoy given that the partner ship heretofore existing between the un dersigned, under the Arm nam and style Oregon Transportation Company, ia this day dissolved by mutual consent. All outstanding bills or accounts being pay able to Capt. Paul Sohrader, and he as suming the payment ot all debt due by said firm. Astoria, Or., May 13, 1895. PETER H. CRIM, PAUL SCHRADER STEAMERS Telephone & Bailey Gatzert. Columbia River and Puget Sound NaT igauon co. Two Daily Boats to Portland 'Telephone" leaves Astoria at 7 p, m. daily (except Sunday). Leaves Portland daily at 7 a. m.t ex oept Snndav. "Bailey 6atzert" leaves Astoria Tues day, Wednesday, Thnrsday, Friday and Saturday morning at 6:45 a. m. ; Sunday evening at 7 p. m. Leaves Portland daily at 8 p. m, ex cept Sunday. On Saturday nteh at II p. ro. - C. W. STONE, A eent, Astoria. t Telephone No. 1L V. B. Scott. President E. A. Seeley, Oen'l Agt, Portland. S. H. WILLETT, PLUMBING, Gas and Steam Fitting, Hot Air, Steam and Water M eating.-. -- 17t Twelfth street Astoria. Or. Hortb Paeifie Br emery JOHN KOPP, Prop Bohemian Lage$eer Ana AA PORTER.V IaSa nrW with T T s-. - ka as.. nancy-aid Balooa or Loul Been at e yswifOf utJUMQ fn.