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AU dafesterda'y was perfect for umbrella?. Do you need one? We are fixed to fix you ; Art Silks? Six 6Iceine for age. Terj-Vord Spool Errjbroidery Silk, out THE ARCADE. I Knifing Silks at z&o. PC i WWWW ,iU t V.' Spool.-1 filbert Dantef YESTERDAY'S WEATHER. Local weather for twenty-four hour ending at D. m. yesieraay, in. by the United State Department of Ag riculture, w earner oureau. Maximum temperature, 65 degrees. Minimum temperature, 46 degrees. Fv.eclpitatton, 1.08 inched. ' Total precipitation from September lit 1895. W date, . Inctnes. Deficiency of preclpltalton from Sep te.r.ber 1st, 1896, to date. 104 Inches. -BUSINESS LOCALS. Wk vour grocer for Ito BCewd tea. It will please you. E 0. Cough Syrup wtn cure your cough. For sate at Estes-Craln Drug more. Meany U the leading tailor, and pays the tlghest cah price for fur skins. The coolest and beat glaif of beer in town can fee bought at the Gambrinua saloon, 12th and Commercial streets. Those new perfumes. Just received at I the Estes-Crain Drug Btore are me nnesi In the city. Purest of wines, liquors an1 cigars elegant free lunch-all the dally papers, at the Oambrlnus, 12lh and Commercial. Trade with Fourd Stokes Co., deal ers is Groceries, Hardware, Crockery, provisions, flour, fruits and vegetables, They will surely please you. Hunger is a very disagreeable sensa tion. There . a place in this town wber you can sat sty Its demands with ttie cleanest and best 25 cent meal yuu ever ate. Thalt place is Joe Terp's. AROUND TOWN, Nature works in circles', ,.' , Every one agrees? Trees grow out of dcT...j.nCUt . . . '-'i UP'-blir, Who is to be tine next mayor?;, A,j j.. Home fa the beat place for boya.,;,.. !W. F. Blunv, Of. Totftland, Itn, ticy, Today is the teat day for China pheas ants. Try our fine bloater mackerel.. 'Foard Stoke. ; !-.-r.; f. S. P. Martin, of Oaiflhlamet, te at the Parker. . Joa Loewenstein, Occident. of Chicago, U at (he Just arrlvedt Copoland A Thorsen's, a nice line of high grade footwear for ladles, all widths from A to JOB. No trouble to show goods, and satisfaction guaranteed to every purchaser. Call and examine them. B. J. Ford, of (New Astoria, was In town yesterday. A, H. Gibson, of Boston, hi registered at the Occident. Another change in the weather hi look ed for soon. Bole agents of the Coulter Map'.e Syrup. Foard sc Stokes Co. .. u; '.' Seidell Wetset, attorney-at-flaw.) Yanoou ver, Is at the Occident. Geo. A. "Beavls, of San FrarietacOvrJa.viB- Ring hta Astoria friends. r R. H. Durthkim ss. BlandhoKVi; la regis tered at 'the Parker House. Win Anderson, the Deep:' Klverv TOer chant, was in town yesterday:! rytu What brings people back to the Asto ria Wood Yard af ter they have sounded the possibilities everywhere elseT May be it's one thing, and May be lfa another. But the fact remains back they come. And of course the Astoria Wood Tard Is proud of It. Harry HaimMtett's tihlliM edKlon ye;er day was up to the aoaimiara...' Since ttve recent rainfall the lawns have commenced to get grean again. Oregon kms begin to feel tlkeUimelve again now that the rain nwcwt)e. Pate De Poles Oras, Anchovdes In oil, Bloater Paste. Foard A Sitokes Co. H. J. Fisher and S. iHaxUock tamkt wife, Nnthinr so distressing aa a hacking cough. Nothing so foolish as to suffer PoW(Uidi 8re vUu,ts of the Parker. from it. xsocning so uis;rwi -lowed to continue. One Minute Cough Cure gives Immediate relief. Unas. Rog ers. C, noeeburg, a merchant Of' Rose burg. wash., called on hie Astoria friends yea terttay. SHILOH'B CURB, the great Cough A number of the knlgttVis of 4he and Croup Curs, W to ireM demand tropf,eA in 4helr Astoria friends "."'.uiV "'Vl" mI reetorday Only w cvuw, vuiiuini w.w by J. W. Conn. FARM JfXWt 9AVB. i !- Mr. John B. Jenne is a passentcec on the steimer VMa morning for Los An geles, Cal. The .wmJanslgned will seM his farm in Tillamook county. Oregon, at a reasonable furo and on eaey terms. 16 or M acres is .Tvesterdav i h- hni. himinff its acres. " yesteroay. The plaoe Is situated right on the county road. There Is both bottom and high H. Flint, of Gray's River, and A. B Brown, of Kiraippu, iwere vls'.tors In Aato- Services Grace Ohurch this (Friday) lanis, (wHlclh can he cleared easily. There r.T" OTTO JOHNBON, 1T44 Franklin avo., Astoria, Or. AN ElNKiMATDCAL BILLi OP PAIRIE; For a dinner, served on the Dining cars of the Chicago, Milwaukee and St. Paul Kali way, will be sent to any address on receipt of a two cent postage stamp. Ap ply to Oeo. iH. Heafford, General Passen ger Agent, Old Colony Building, Chicago, Illinois. Wanted A good girl for general house work by Mrs. J. T. Lighter,' corner of 16Uh and Franklin avenue. ... . .... ';. It was dented yesterday on good author ity that fill ere was a time whorl-..? ate Bergvnan Jumped over Dhe tiaiss viol. iFROM NOW UNTIL SPKINO Overcoats and winter wraps will be in fashion. They can be discarded, tempor arily while traveling In the steam heated trains of the Chicago, Milwaukee and St. Paul Railway. For solid comfort, for speed and for seafety, no other line can compare with this great railway of the West. If you are thinking of. purdhaMng a piano examine the Jewett alt the Wiley B. Anon Co.'s, qil First street, Portland, or. 1 ; ''' '' There were no caws In Judge Osburn's court yesterday amt that gentleman iwas able to take things easy in his comfort- abCe ofnee. ; - rT IV tf : This Wiley B. Allen Co., 2U First street, Portfcuid, Ore., have In .the past few days sold and delivered In this city four very fine Jewett pcunos. FINE BAROAINB IN REAL ESTATE. We have choice property In Van Du sen's, AMerbrook, Adair's, Shlvely's, Mo Clure'a Taylor's, New Astoria, Warren ton, and Astoria Addition to Warrenton for sals. Also money Id loan In sums or 1200 to 3,0OO on good real estate security. R. L. BOYLJB A CO. St. Agnu Ouoid, of Grace Churcb.xwlll hold a epeoki meeting this afternoon at t o'clock in the vestry room. A laige afbtendanoe ts desired; - , FOR THOSE WHO EAT For the remarkably small sum of U cents one can procure an excellent chick en dinner every Sunday at the popular "Denver Kitchen," east aids of th street between Astor and Bond. Mr. Richard son, the proprietor, also assures the pub lic that they can ebtaln at his place a well-cooked, well served breakfast, din ner or supper any day In the week for the above mentioned price. Olve him a call and be convinced that he speaks the truth. The Resort SSimilH!il.iU!M!lf, Mr. H. B. Parker yesterday returned from a visit to the metropolis and reports ttve wvulther up the river to . have been comparatively pleasant. Ur. Oeo. F. iWelchi went to Portland last nlm-vt for a ten tiayis' visit in the metropolis and on his return expects v'to continue Uhe study of law. A well known merchant has asked the Question when definite action moiybe ex pected on tflvs proposed) feed atid for the accommodation of Airmen . , . ,m R. Kunor, representing the grocery firm of H. Levi eV CO., of San Francisco, was In town yesterday nad had his urual round of stories for the boys. 1 i -ivtt 'yt.tr- Now petticoats are gored and very full. amU a iwlre is run through (Aver hm..nd akx WNrouahi the deep flounce. They are taking the place of 'One crinoline t&lrt. 473 Commercial street, is the plaosl rner me Dusineaeman and the labonDir- man go (or what is called "BEST ON Assessor Olbbons yesterday moved his oRloe into the east room of the lOierlfTs 1U& COAST, or nice cool drink of pieted and the extra clerks dismissed, tbe OHlebrated Qambrinni beer. Band- wi-hee ot every kind made to order, and Kentucky Is vahwrtently praying for wa n elegant tree lunch served every day. ter, but she saves her reputation by de Hot Bolton Baked Beam served every cJarlng that her people want It for their .1 m. - m 1.1. iAUntr I Hi lull Si ilirfil other trternooD. You are welcome. Grosbouer & Brach. llUtl.UILIK TO Keal Estate (Ceo, Backen aaa Easiness Eeo Of Astoria " Generally. " TMHf " . , si. .i.i I .ii.n Jrte the Astsetaa snVs 4 st sanplt coeies si ear rga lr Cnsrei4 sdlUea. 0 f , . in Your Pocktt. cattle and lands, not to drink themselves. Citron. Lemon and Orange Vest," COT. rants. Raisins. Bweet and Boiled vCl-r. ervr mlnivt niMti nlaa a werv choice assort- nwnt of fancy ded fruits afTrt A IWtiu Are. over Mack satin Is grace ful for (afternoon teas. The waist is of old rose surah' and ' tmmense puffed sleeves are prettily Anlehed-'srttQ. a ,faM of deep criMwn ltton. A lanre force of men were engaired y es- terday In moving the long tiers of sIrSt. Ing from Herman Wise's oM to is new so- on Comaiprclal street. ,it was -Jnir- floolt piece of work but was finally stMy accompilaned.' fr., W. C. itotattin and wife, of rVs-t'Sutd. were guests of the Occttktrt yeatersajt and kava on this montinsr'e ateaaier' f or San (PratK-taco on their wedkting trip.lr, Holmin Is one of ths weft known Port land Trn'ifs Line. .v... ;s ; MM W- Contractor Bowles was busy 'yesterday making changes and. Improvements m the oicaxjf OeryBro rAfiew rail and par tltlon hnw beeti put. In In order Vast CaiSlrifMbaeSKiy have sj VSStl privacy about nCa work. , .. .;. . Many of hs merchants and offlce men yesterday afternoon were grumbling and I growling because the electric ll?i's .were , ter- Co. bo ifMrned-' en. early; enough' an4 others complained that they-were turnw oft too early in the jrtprolnKSi which-.are' now very oairit to a jftuuu J .,3? j M. J. MViai goiil igtl oiiihls tltory for the Drumrmond Tobacco pf St. Louis, and wlhole financially in terested In 'Astoria,' to in tAie dty, quar tered at ttie Occident. Mr. Davis says unat his people are among the largest maimifaoturers in their 'line amd turn out dally 200,000 pound of Morse Shoe to bacco. Anton Oundorson and Nicolal Peterson, of Puget Island, relatives of PeUr Ange, wfrb was drowned t'he other day from tlho Oeck ofl the Dwyer. w in the city yesterOay to see what could be done towards recovering the body. They stated that the young man was 26 years old instead' of 22 years, as given n uie puDUtshea accounts. It was learned yesterday Uhat Elmer Moody, aged 22 yeam, was drowned at bis logging camp below Burnslde point. It seems that the men wet-e working with donkey engine sliding logs, into the river. Young Moody iwas alt the foot of the bill keeping uhe lota from Jaimming, when he fell over, in some unaccountable manner, and was lost to sight In the water. His body was recovered in a few minutes, but death hail occurred. until further notice tlho steimer Lur- line will take the run of the R. R. Thomp son on tine Astoria-Portland route, leav ing Astoria from the O. R. and N. dock at (:45 a. m. daily, except Sunday, and i-oniono nam ASh street dock at 8 p. m. daily, except Saturday. The Lurlme win take freight and passengers both, fmvn wer own wharf and the O. R. and N. this city and Portland. Tickets Issued by the O. R. . and N. Co. or Vancouver Transportation Co. are good on boats ot eisner company. It has been a surprise to many that during the recent storm the class ha stood higher than at any time in two years past. When asked his opinion of tine strange occurrence, yesterday, Weath er Recorder Orover said that the oniv ex. ptanation he could offer was the fact that just at the present time Astoria was about the meeting point of two different w earner areas. In one area the glass high and the atmospheric conditions here seem to have followed Uhat. while th wind and rain came from tho other area where the gloss was tow and stonme pre. vauea. Speaking of butitons. a well known ooH. tlclan remarked yesterday that the cam paign iDutton Is becoming more and mors a lactor in politics as the veam roll hv Formerly its use was restricted to those who wore it as an alleged ornament, but now men of alt classes use Jt, not so much) as an eornment, but to eave time in talking. The man who wears a cam. paign button saves havlmr his foalinn hurt, in many Instances, but also profes sional politicians realize that a man who wears the button of either nartv Is am to be a p croon whose political convictions aire already too well settled for argument, Jaimes E. Welch: and youna- Keenan who ran away from home the other dav. were returned, to their parents yesterday uwn vty -inoe. neixrerfton, tine well known conetaiuie of Olney. Some comment has been mude upon the fact that Mr. Welch wau engaged an omcer of the law to cure the boys, but, as one gon'tleman re. marked, boys should remember that until uney aire years of age their oarantu nave legal control over them- and that it Is not a good thing to let the reading or oime novels ana such trash get the best of their ' sense and Juktement. The constaWe returned mei:hlng over t6 in money, a pistol, dime novel and Jack Knives rouna on the boys when captured. it was learned that out of the email amount of money thoy had $3.00 for a pistol land 25 cents for dime novels was spent In the Nwhatem. The pernicious eneots of such literature on the minds of growing boys cannot be over estimated. Better pay entire attention to school nooks and clean reading iatter than make mistakes twhlch will cause a life time of sonrowi "CAPTAIN JACK." From Gen. Horatio C. King, Soldiers' and '. SaEonr Home. IBaidh, Steuben Co., N. Y., 'Aug. 25, '96. Ooipt. JUck Ctiawfor My Dear Captain: The entertainment wlhich you gave at Uhe Home last evening and this morning, at wihilcihi I was fortunately present, wre so interesting and enjoyable tthat I can not roPrain trorn expressing tny thanks to you. 1 have never seen the old veteran more deeply 'Interested or more agreeably entertained, land I believe they would willingly himve remaUneU In their seats as long as you chose to talk. Your sto ries in orose and song are full of pathos. humor and thrilling adventure, and you give Uhtem a naturail eloquence that is Ir resistahlei I do not wonder at your great success. Fraternally yours, , HORATIO C. K'I'NQ. Trustee. We heartily concur in the above: W'm. F. 'ROGERS, Superintendent. H. H. ROCKWELL, Pres. Bd. Trus. GBORGE H. BLAOKMAN. Trustee. BUYERS AND SELLERS. Th following transfers of real estate were filed for record In the county record er's offlce yesterday: M. J. Khiney et a to maioei im. Ford, Lota 4 and 5, Block a), New Astoria 1 500 W. Case to EKYin S. IW. Case, Lota 10. 20. 21. andi 22, Block 29 1 The, x. Myhond and wife to Her man Loukkanon, Lots 1 ana 3, rn Block 86, Bhivoly's AMH1on 600 Because of Its much greater strength. the Royal Baking Powler is more econ omical than any similar leavening agent. ASTORIA N MENU FOR TODAY. Dinner. Oysters on Half Shell. Oewm of Abparagus Soup. Olives. Soamfch Mackerel. Fried (Potatoes. Oueu'mbfirs. Papabottes. (Watercress. Celery Salad. Roquefort. Fruit. Cake. Coffee. Tea. Potato SuJad. Bread and Butter. Lemon Jelly. Chocolate. Breakfast Tomorrow. Grapes. Hominy and Milk. Potomac Roe Herring. Stirred 'Eggs. Virginia Batr Cakes. Cbffee. til. l-w .; K- "IN JfDv7 (JUARTBRfl, R; Ki'BoyJs da,. Yesearday (Moved Into t;;rl I f nhn. rnrnw Office. I is tit"-' -' m'-JOl iO ILi. I. ! SWM I 'IThe Well kmown real ewtats flto' of B. D;i Boyle Co. tddfc ptjssewnoo of the new offlce hi Una Herman wise- store on Commercial street The offlce has been handsomeSy decor ated, Is lijht and roomy. It ds divided into four rooms, the main offlce, two prl vate offices and a draughting room in the rear. The lores olats glass winaows in tins front will be finished with handsome gilt signs, and altogether the offlce will be one of the best in the cfty. MHN INSURE. To secure to others. If they die, what they boos to orovlde for them if they like. Make your insurance doubly sure by taking K in the strongest company on eartto-the Eoultable. of New York, EuKwns F. Samuel, resluent agent, 462 Bond street, Astoria. SOME ODDITIES. A Collection of Freaks of Various Kinds 'WhWh Are Not In Dime Museuma There Is a man in Missouri whose feet are so large that he has to put his trou sers on over his head. ' A Kentucky ehcemaker.for the sake of economy, has his ign painted tiiU3: B BROWN'SIIO- ...... p A West Virginia nui is so peculiarly affected by riding on a train that he has to chain himself to a seat to prevent his Jumping out of a car window. People In Madison county, Ky., who have paid their taxes are entitled to be married free by the sheriff. An Illinois, farmer owns a hen which lavs twin eggs every day. GelgersVille, Ky., is the birthplace of a boy who was an Inveterate tobacco chewer before be was a year o'-d. An Alabama farmer has taught all his children to read with their books upside down. A Mississippi woman, who chews to bacco and drinks Wh1aky, thinks that women have all the "rights" they need. A .Minnesota ffirl of 15 can distinguish no color, everything being white to her, and she is compelled to wear dark glasses to protect her eyes from the gCare. Young Darling killed a man in Wash ington county, Ky., the other day, and Love 'Divine stole a wagon load of tools In 'Fayette county. The eervnats In a school for girls In Connecticut, while cleaning up the room after the afoool closed, discovered 2,678 wads of chewing gum stuck about in vari ous places. A Florida negro Is growing fat on snake steaks. One county in Pennsylvania has con tributed two members of congress, two to the state senate and two convicts to the penitentiary. A iMkalssippi river steamboat roustabout drinks a half gallon of whisky a day. A South Oa roll mi widow became her own mother-lii-Jaw recently. That Is to say, she Is now the wife of her husband's father. A New Hampshire girl of 2U never tasted hot breajd until three weeks ago. when the utopied with friends at a Bos ton hotel.. A dude In PhilodeVhia was turned out of 'the club to which he belonged because he paid his tailor's bill 'two days after he got tine cjodhes. An ' Idaho school teacher teaches obe dience with .revolver. A Baptist peraoher In Gebrgit refuses to baptise convert except in running water. A iMiaine mother ba an old slipper, I still in use, mhldo ihuu epantted six gener ations of her family. Mtttfgan has a man so fat that he can't fail Mown hard enough to hurt him self. He ' Is known as Che human epWeroM. A Delaware peach grower has found an appte with, fuss on it growling on a peach tree. : iAUOTIOJI SALE B-(FUJtNI,TtfRE. ' rWaaire positively .going out of :auenesa and shersfore rwolt sen at .... ;!'' :JBMC AUCTION, ;;' ' OnVaay, November IWn, la o'clock a. jn,,.M. 6a minerclal street; a lot ot OKI ana zivw inuvum ems, iwarurooes, bed-lounges, tables, chairs. Stoves . " hard ware, crockery, glassware, Ac, etc. Thlsl sale Is pom lively wranouc reserve. MICHAEL ft SANDROSKY. S. Friedman, 'Auctioneer. If Tou want a sure relief for pains in the back, side, chest, or limbs, use an ICOCk'S Plaster Bear in Mind Not one of the host of counterfeits and imita tions is as good as the genuine. NEW POULTRY MARKET. Corner 13tH and Commercial Streets. All kinds of fish and .poultry on hand. including a selected stock of cigars and tobaccos, candles, fruit; etc.; Olve me a trial. JUKU. FEAKES. AUCTION SALE. LOOK OUT FOR-o P A TNT VANISH OMI flftE THEY PUflE? Only the best grades sold by FOARD & STOKES. Of rare paintings, water colors, land pas telle, at the Astoria Land and Invest ment Co.'s office on Friday, November 15, at 8 p. m. A choice collection of above pictures from the leading galleries of Philadelphia, Chicago, and other .East, em cities, will bo disposed of on above daiee to tlho hlgheaft bidder. This collec tion oomprtees some choice things In ma rine views, tanoscapes, fruits and figure pieces, framed beautifully in real gold and white and gotd. Parties wishing to see thm before date or sale can do so by rNof BERRY'S HARD OIL FINISH HARD TO BEAT. than a few well selected pictures, and thta. Is an opportunity ,ndt often accorded I to secure them. SO ARE OUR PRICES. THE LEADING DENTIST. Why is Dr. Howard the leading dentist? Because he makes a success of crown and and bridge work and extracts and fills teeth without pain. CITY BONDS (FOR SALE. Notice is hereby given that sealed pro posals will be received! by the committee on ways and means of the city council of the City of Astoria, Clalteop County, Oregon, until Deoember 15th; 1835, at 2 o clock p. m., for the. sate of Astoria mu nicipal bonds in the sum of 0,000 at six per cent for twenty-yeams..L j- For full partioulara addmesrK. Osburn Auditor and Police Jutige, Amtorla, Ore gon. The right to reject tny and ail bids Is hereby reserved. -t" .vj By orlier of the Common -Council, A meat: K. OS03UR7. AtWltor and Police Judge. Astoria, Oregon,-iNov. 11th, 1835. A TWISTER. A twister In twisting i i May twist him a twist, For In twisting a twist ... Three twists make a twist; But if one of the twists - . Untwists from the twist, The twist untwisting i Untwists the twist. That Is, when it's twisted with other twine than MARSHALL'S. CHIEF OF POLICE SALE. Notice is hereby given that by virtue of a waramt laauerU by the Auditor and Police Judge of the City of Astoria to me directed, dated the 17Hhi day of Octo. ber, 1895, and against D. K. Warren, Commanding one to lievy upon lot No. 9, in Block No. 66, MicClure's Aeforla Ex tended by Cyrus Olney, and collect the assessment due Whereon, amounting to $33.76, for the construction of a eewer on 12th street. I have tints day levied! upon eaiti de scribed property, and on the 17th day ot December, 1896, at 2 o'clock p. en. of said uUy, at the court (house door in the city of Astoria, Clatsop County, Oregon, will proceed to sell at public auction, said property 'to the highest bidder therefor, to pay euld assessment and costu ana expenses of sale. Sold sale to be for United States gold and silver coin. Dated Astoria, Oregon, October 16th, 1895. C. W. LOUGH KR V, Chief of Police for the City of Astoria. CHIEF OF POLICE SALE. any BIDS FOR BRIDGE. ROYAL Baking Powder. Highest ot all In leavening Strcngth.-V. 8. Oovanumat Report FOR RENT. Three comfortably furnished rooms. wlthi first-clans table hoard, at Mrs, Hoi- den's, corner 9th and Duane streets, board without room (f desired. WORTHY OB" NOTICE. There is nothing but bold, clear-cut truth in the statement that to secure per fect lit, quality and style In your shoes at the lowest reasonable prices you must go to the firm of John Halm ft Co., 47t Commercial street. BUSINESS AND RESIDENCE PROP- . ERTY. Tbe Astoria Land and Investment Co., opposite the OccMent Hotel, have some ot the most desiribie r?sldenc- property m the city. Buyers will find it to their advantage to consult with them before making a purchase., ECONOMY IN FUEL. Notice is 'hereby given that sealed tlan, speclftf&tionR, strained1 diagrams, and bids will be received by the County Collrt of the State of Oregon for Clatsop County, until Monday, January 6th, 1896, at 2 o'clock p. m., for the building, erection and construction of a bridge across the Lewis and Clarke River, in Clatsop coun ty, Oregon, acording to such plans, spe cifications and diagrams, at a point where the county road leading from Olatsop or Junction City, to N. E. corner of (and of C. N. Hess on Young's Bay, crosses said river. Each bidder chall deposit with his bid, cash or certified check payable to the order of the County Clerk to the amount of ten per cent of his bid, which shall be forfeited to the county In case the award ts made to htm and he fails, neglects or refuses for the period of two days after such award Is made, to enter into contract and file bis bond in the man ner required by and to the satisfaction of said county court. The plans, specifica tions and diagrams will be subject to the approval of the 'Hon. Secretary of War, of the United States. The payment for said contract to be made by an order on tlho County Treasurer. The right to reject any land all bids Is hereby reserved. By order of the County Commissioners. F. I. DUNBAR. County Clerk. Dated, November 7th, 1896. Notice Is hereby given thiat by virtue of a waranlt Issuer!! by the 'Auditor and Police Judge of the City of Astoria to me directed, dalted the 17thi day of Octo ber, 1895, and against C. W. Fulton V T. C. Dement , Commanding me to levy upon Lot No. 8, In Block No. 57, WcClure's As.orla extend ed by Otoey, and collect the aseefiment due thereon, amounting to $35.76, for the conHtmuctlon of a sower on 12ih stheet. I have tlnis day levied upon eald de scribed property, and On the 17!h day ot December, 1895, at 2 o clock p. an. of said duy, at the court house door In the c.ty of Astoria, Clatsop County, Oregon, will proceed to Bedl at public auction, tiaiu property to toe hlgiinest bidklar therefor, to pay ftald assessment ana cosw ana expenses of sale, saw sale to os lor United States gold and silver coin. Daited A'storla, Oregon, October 16th, lS'Jo. C. W. LOUGHEHV, Chljf of Police for the CKy of A&torla, CHIEF OF POLICE S'ALE. PROPOSALS FOB, J-UXF JER. Notice is hereby given that .by virtue of a warant issuerti by the Auditor and Police Judge of the City of Astoria to me directed, dated the lTith day of Octo ber, 1895, and againmt W. E. and M. S. Warren Commundlng me to levy upon Ldt No. 8, in Block No. 81, McOluire's Astoria extend ed by Olney, and Cotlect the assessment due thereon, amounting to iw.78, for tne conoa-uction of a Bower on lath ttireet. I have this day levied! upon ead de scribed oroDertv. and on th 173.1 day n December. 1895, at 2 o'clock p. m. or saw day, at the court house aoor m me city of Astoria, Clatsop 'County, Oreg.n, will Droceed to seM at public auction, sjia property to uie nigin'esc diciet vnirKiur, WANTED. WANTED Several trustworthy gentle men or ladies to travel In Oregon for es tablished, reliable house. Salary $780 and expenses. Steady position. Enclose ref erences and self-addressed stamped en velope. Tho Dornttnion Company, Third Floor, Omaha Bldg., Chicago, III. Wlanter to rent A centrollly house of seven or eight rooms. M., this office. located Address WANTED Agents to represent the old National Life Insurance Co., of Montpeller, Vt. For further Informa tion, address O. M. 6tolp, General Coast Manager, 82-84 Crocker Building, San Francisco, Cal. WANTED Man or lady to collect, do some offlce work, and manage agents. You will deal through your leading mer chants. Something new and very popu lar. We pay all expenses. Position per manent. Send four references and ten cents for full particulars. John Finney Mgr., P. O. Box 484, St. Louis, Mo. FOR RENT. FOR RENT Furnished room on ground floor in private family. 414 Exchange St. FOR SALE. JAPANESE GOODS-Just out-Just re ceivedJust what you want, at Wing Lee's, 543 Commercial street. TO LOAN. MONEY Apply to Title and Trust Co. Astoria Abstract, MISCELLANEOUS. $75,000 PER WEEK UBing and sellina Dynamos for plating watches, Jewelry, md table ware. Plates gold, silver. nickel, etc., same as new goods. Dif ferent sizes for agents, families and shops. Easy operated; no experience; big profits. W. P. Harrison & Co., Clerk No. 14, Columbus, hlo. Notice Is hereby given that sealed pro- to pay said assessment and casus ana posass will be received by the oomoilttee on sterols and puhCtc ways of the city of Astoria, until Wednesday, November 20, 1895, at 2 o'clock p. m., for supplying the Olty of Astoria with WO.000 feet (board measure,) of street pxunk,- stringers, side- walk lumber, stc. Proposals shall 'be made on wanks fur- nianea oy the Auditor ana ponce Judge w iriven ffluat hv virtue and addresed to the Committee on Streets . w(urajrtt issuerdi by .the Auditor and Police Judge or me uiy oi amon-j. iu expcnsen or Bale. eaiu eaie no oe ik United States gold and silver coin. Daited Aistorla, Oregon, Octoaer lBtw, C. W. LOUGH ERY, Chief of Police for the City of Aintorla. CHIEF OF POLICE SALE. and PiiW.lc Ways. Proposals thall state the price per thous- alrecte dated -the lTtb day of Octo- AS lumber must be good, sound fir. free from shakes, Oocee or rotten knots. ber, 1896, and againwt C. W. FuMon T. C. Dement Vi. Blils wiU be pahl monthly (by warrants commanding me to levy upon Lot No. 1, in Block No. 67. McClure s Astoria exiena- edi by Olney, and collect the assessment amounting to si&.YB, ror une con on the City Treasurer) for all lumber de. U vered the previous month'. The right to reject any. Mid aCC bids hereby reserved, No contract will fee. ontared into unless approved by the Common Council By order of the--Committee on Streets and Public Way. Attest: e-K. OSBURN, Auditor andi -Police Judge, Astoria, Oregon, November 12, 1895. Awarded Highest Honors World'. Pair, fjnld Medal, Midwinter Fair. f Most Perfect Made. 40 Years the Standard. The Eureka Fuel Econnizer ts a ecl- entiflcaC preparation which augments the Intensity of coal and wood boat In the proportion of S3 per cent. - If the dUreetion printed on each pack age Is oarerutly observed, the Eureka Coal Economiser will give to any crdlna- ry or middling coal the isiime value as that of superior quality. The Eureka Fuel Econortlser prevents the shoots, the unnders and the formation of smoke, which may spoil, in an apart. ment, so many vullMbOe articles, such aa curuuns, pawungs, etc. . The Eureka bums any kind of gas wracn maght destroy the breathable air apartments and factories In fhlch It is used are consequently more healthy and cotnrortaiOM. in less than five minutes, one can obtain a vary brisk Are which wiV last thirty hours without being stirr ed up and wit not any addition of fresh coal. Hence an economy of coal, work and money. Th Eureka Economiser products a heat more soft and mors eonecntiuted ; whea a normal heat is wanted, the ventilation must be partly stopped and, again, an economy In fuel is to be relied upon. We guarantee that our preparation pro duces no injurious errect on the health. and does not affect in any way stoves. ranges, grates, etc. Lsrgs consumers can obtain the pro duct, which w do not nesttate in term ing "mtrveloua,n at much more reduced prices. Each package bears, wKh very explicit directions, our trade murk, representing four hands crossed together above Hon with this motto: "In union there Is strength." Any counterfeiter shall be aean accoruing to law." Wt receive too frequently anDUcatlons for sampiea, am) fer.J with ngrst that we are compeSedt' tqj refuse the sending of the same. - Herrtbfors ws have Hb- erU3y given away samples la order to popularise . our product, but -we tmnnot afford to support such heavy expense any longer; The Moderate prtcVof our pre- dm Is In the- reach of anybody , who want to try It. Ir-4s for the same reason that ws bavs defciiMI fb-sead It direct on fctpt nxr 'tr cent,-;"--.' To try 4s to be vonvtneed that our pro. duot is a tehsniA f sttencto B cents ssjeev packacs, asot-free of charge. " . -. AflERICAM BUREKA PVEL ECONOMIZER CO. lies Breaeway. Nrw Yark, U 5. A. TWHNTr-SIXTH STREET. GRADE NO TICE. . A - Nmtire is Wereby .fflven. -that the Com. mon Council of 'the City ot. Astoria, have determined -to establish, the grade of 46th street from the north line of Astor street to the south line of alley -way running through Block No. 102, all toi that part ot the city of 'Astoria as wild out and re corded by John AVfakr, at the following tlhereon emir.t'Jrn of a. eewer on 128b street. I have this day levied) upon said de scribed property, and on the 17th day ot December, 1895, at 2 o'clock p. im. of said Uiay, at the court house door In the city of Astoria, Clatsop County, Oregon, will proceed to sett at puniic auction, uaiu property to the highest bMHer therefor, to pay said assessment and costa anU expenses of sale. Sold sale to be for United States gold and silver coin. Daited Astoria, Oregon, ucwroer mm, m. C. TV. LOUGHERY, Chief of Police for the City of Astoria. Few Hen Would Ask for a Finer Dinner than those we serve. We're trying in every way to make them the most en joyable In town. All the "good things" of the season cooked by our excellent cook In the most delicious style. Perfect service. If you Invite a friend to the Palace Restaurant the place Is a sufficient guar antee that he will receive a good meal. The Palace Restaurant Snap R rvodak at any man coining out of our store and you'll get 1. a portrait of a man brl miiilu over with pleasant thoughts. Such quality in tin liquors we have to offer are enough to PLEASE ANY MAN. Conoe and Try Them. hughes & CO. 15 THERE? CHIEF OF POLICE SALE. Notice is hereby given that by virtue of a waranlt IswuetYi by the Auditor ana hefehts above the biasa of grades aa es- police Judge of the City of Astoria to UiRjlk-iivcd by Ordinance 'NO. 71 entitled. "An Ordinance to 'establish a base of grades for the sHreets of Astoria, to-wlt: At Uhe Intersection of 4&h street with Astor street, 25 feet. At the intersection of IRth street with alley-way running througl'i Block No. 102 25 feet. The street and crossings to be level througCuout the wUth thereof. At any time within ten days from the final pufcakvutlon of this notice, to-wlt: Witthiin ten days ifrom the 23d of Novem ber, 1895, remonstrance con be made ttsratnet sard DroDOsed eitttle and if with in sadd time a written remonstrance Uie city of Astoria, ClaWop County, Or- awinst the same be filed with the Auditor eson, will proceed to sell at puhKc auction and Police Judg by the owners of three svid property to the hdgtiest bidder there- founths of the property adjacent to said for. to pay said assessment and costs and portion of said street, such grade chall expenses of sale. Said Bale to te for me directed, doted the 17'th day of Octo. ber, 11 896, and against Laura, M. Whalley, Commanding 'me to levy upon Lot No. 4, in Block No. 18, Adair's ABtoru, anu col lect the assessment due 'thereon, amount ing to Two Hundred Dolare ($200.00) for the Improvement of 30tlh. street from the north side of Franklin avenue to the south, side of 'Duai'e street, Is there a man with heart so cold, That from his family would withhold The comforts which they all could find In articles of FURNITURE of th right kind. And we would suggest at this season, nice Sideboard, Extension Table, or se of Dining Chairs. We have the Urges and finest line ever shown In the city and at prices that cannot fall to pleas tho closest buyers, HEILBORN & SON. Are You Going East? If so, drop a line to A C. Sheldon, general agent of the "Burlington Houi," 250 Washington St., Portland. He will mall yon free of charge, maps, time tables, and advise you as to the through rates to any - point reserve sleeping car accommodations for you, and furnish you with through tickets via either the Northern, Union, South ern, Canadian Pacific, and Great North ern railroads at the very lowest rates I have this day levied upon rad de- , . . scribed property, and on the 16th day of ! 7"'nByon "oufe 18, Senerally DbeVlk t 2 o'clock p. m. of sala feJi 'n1 P" "11- day, in Sront of tf.-je court house door in Bu mosses or ROSS HIGGINS & CO. not be establlahed. By artier of Kre Common Council. Attest: K. OSBURN, Auditor and POUce Judge. Aston! a, Oregon, November 11, 1S96. United States gold and silver coin. Datedi Aatoria. Oregon, October lfiih, 131. ' rt-rt- . j . . . C. W. LOUGHERY. "1U i OUICnerS Chief of Police for the City of Astoria. . CHIEF OF POLICE SALE. CHTEF OF POLICE SALE. Notice ts hereby given that by virtue of a warant lssuervl by the Auditor and Police Judire of the City of Astoria to me directed, dated the lT.h day of Oeto berSSS. and against ' W. E. and M. S. Warren, V Notice Is hereby given -that by virtue of a warant tasuend. by the Auditor and Police Judge of the City, of Astoria to ens directed, dated tfas-lTth, day of Octo ber, 18$,nd against rv.v..t . W. E. and M. " 6. Warren, Coimnandms; me to levy upon Lot S, In 1 CewRnamllng me to levy upon' Lot Not hlork No, tl, JlcCXure's Asvoxta extended t Block No." 61. McC:ur s Astoria erw-nded pypiney, and coUect the assessment due bjr Olriey and coiet the aa-et-ment due tnereon, sonouirmig to va-i. lor.tme jcon-i thereon, amounting to in.TS. for t.ie eon- -TVCtlon. ot a Sewer on LfUl street -1 structlon of a sewer on 12th street I . have sbla day leviedj Upon .6a:q de- - I hav this dar levied upon uaH "e- LscrkHU property, and on fne lZjah day ot scribed property, and on the 17 h day ot m-murr, ww, n i nw.- v. in. oi saia uecemoer, SK a o ciocs p. oi. orsata dUy. at Vtm sourt house -door In the city Hy. at the court house door In fie city rot Aieonsv Clatsop Coumy. Oregon, win of Astoria. Clatsop County, Oregon, will proresd tor. seat at- public.- auction, said proceed to sea at public auction, ra.es property to ttw -Mtihast btdder therefor, orooerty to the highest bidder thtrefor. te pay said assessment and. costs end to pay said assessment and ca end expenses oc.saie. akl tale to.be for expenses of sale. Said tale to be for United estates goki anH ' num. ' "Uoitprt (ttMes gokl and silver coin. Usted Astoria, Oregon, October, le h, 18B6. Ddrted Asrana, Oregon. Ocfober lift., 1S1K, C. W. LOUGHERY. C. W. LOUGHERY. Chief of Police for the City of (Astoria. I Chief of Police for the City of Astoria. I juiona aaa upper Astoria Fine Teas and Coffees, Table Dellcac'es, Domestic and Tropical FrulU, Vegetables, Suear Curfd Hams. Bacon. Etc. Choice - Fresh - and Salt - Meats. B. F. ALLEN, Wall Paper, Artists' Material, Paints. v Oils. Glass, ttc JpmtM Mattkjsj ' .. ' . . Rues ant Bamboo Goods. : 3fi.j Commercial Street-'V ". .. -. .: - ASTORIA- Y MATTRESS' - FflCTOfY, 373 Commercial Street S 'TJZlJZIJ d-Tiption of. - e w s"'vy. t-sjsjsss 1 REPAIRING IN ALL ITS RR.VNCIlESl