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THE DAILY ASTQRIAN, ASTORIA, THUB8J)AV M0RNIN0, NQTEMEEH 21, 1895.
gaily: gtetorimt. JOHN T. LIUHTEK, Editor. TtRMs of sinsscRirrroN iifpV" no. w. DAILT. Sent by mall, per yexr $7.00 Sent by mail, per month CO Served by carrier, pc-r week 16 WEEKLY. Sent by mall per year, 2.00 in advance. Postage free to subscribe. AM communication intended for pub lication should be directed to the editor. Business communications of all kinds and remittances must be addressed to The Astorlan. The Astorton guarantees to its sub scribe the largest circulation of any newspaper published on the Columbia river. Advertising rates can be had on ap plication to the business manager. The Weekly Astorlan, the second old est weekly in the state of Oregon, has -next to the Portland Oregonlan, the largest weekly circulation In the state. Jno. T. Handley Co. are our Port land agents, and copies of the Astorlan can be had every morning at their stand on First street t1in.ni many regiments of Mohammedans, ui.'i tt Is reported H'lvat many of tdcao luvo mutJInloJ, three divisions of the a.Miy havlnng thus befn iweakeneJ In the tact few- nvecks. In every caj 'Where this has occurred the mutiny was quelled by granting all demands of the soldlrs, ani no punishment was Inflictel The re!clB are In p:s!t::on ef p'.t ntlful arms and ammunition, and, It Is Intimated, tfttat a larje part of tiieee supplies are emppased to have come from Russia. This may or not bo 'true, but it Is not Inconslelont wltlt the Russian policy. The dlflVeulty of obtaining a luCstantiul report of anyf.iintr wCiloh happens tn Ohlna Sm 10 be 'takvn into account In ratlmatlnng thj present ltuatilon. But it any be fairly deduced ftVwn what we are able to learn, that tlhe Ghlnesj gov ernment Is practically hflplcss to que'.l tihe Insurrection, ami it Is by no means hnpomible thaic tihe latter may prove ultimately to be of greater extent than now appear). OLD PEOPLE. BOND STREET ASSESSMENT NOTICE. Old people who require medicine to reg. ulate the bowel a mil m the true remedy In F.ienH uu,r. m,,. Notice to iK-reby given that the asse mediolne doei not stimulate and contains "nent maJJe by J,dln",; ' 2.W6, of the whisky nor other Intoxicant, but acts ' " w"uuit me a uuruc aoa alternative. It acta mild- "v. e, iui mv iuiyimnu:iii ly on the stomach and bowels, adaini strength and. givlnir ton tn th r-le wet lln Fortyicoond etreet to therbv aJdlna- na.tnr in fv. . of tli functions. Electric Bitter la an lln1 l)a'aWo ln United States gold excellent BDnetinor n hi....i.. and Bllver coin at the office of the City Old people lind it just exactly what they TrUBurer, kind if not paid within five need. Prlo 60 cents per bottle at Chas days trom flnal PuWicaMon ' of this Rogers' Drug Store ' notice, to-iwH: On or before Monday, December 20, 1805, itjh Common Council Editor Mi-Jill wants a statue of Bon Wl" orJ,T wairrante Issued for the col- Prunklln to be erected In Chicago, and lon 8116 Bam0' Editor Ko.Vtfant comes 'forward .with the "Wflwient is as follows: ii(r,'09tl'jn f.iat it tlhe statue present tihe Antoria Savings Bank, E. 60 feet iunui.ivr a3 ,ne appeared wmen u a boy Lot 2, Bl ock 98 $11 00 C-Je entered 'ITnlll'-ikJeipMa with a loaf of bread under ih'ls arm. Eitor Med;il has retired to consider whether It Is all a covert scheme to advertls; Elltor Kohl saat's bakeries. Ex. T": foll'jwlnj vemes are respectfully dedicated by the Adtorian to the two remaining members of the great Citizens' party who dan't sm to 'be anx!oua to rale even a "body guard to form a decent funeral procession. This "preponderance of silence" 9 In painful comtrart with tholr biosa banvl jubilees of two years a;o: CCt, Wis saife to be a Daniel WGien the people are agreed That the very thing you argue for lis just tihe thing they need; When the world Is very willing, And tlhe bal are very gool, You may safely be a Daniel You'll be always .understood. You may dare to be a Daniel 'When you've figured out the cCiance, And the people like the mush: And will join you In fhe dance; But If anybody's knees begin1 To weaken 1n the play. Then lay aside tlhe Addle Till a .favorable day. Tt will do to be a Daniel When Wiey have a Daniel's band, Ana Uie treet Is full of Danlela And they're crowding on the stand And the drums beat up for Daniel And tlhrt hDrng blow off your tint; L, a calf i-ouKl be a Daniel, too, At ituch a lime aj that. "Old Friend" writer to us that "If Cor. bett had mule a few Hot Springs in the direction of PltnlirnmoiMi the latter would have Pelt JmtifleJ In hurling a Little Rock at Wm." We eee no reason to change our opinion that profeas.'onal pugilism 3a one of the moat demoralizing things on earth. The St. 'Paul Pionder Press of last Fri day saysv "Turkey has no friends. Even Greece .has "pok n for her ihare of tlhe siiollrf." Turkey's goose i cooked In Greece, as it were. TUB OOU'NTY CLERK'S REASONS. A communication publblhed In an even ing ''paper" on TutiMlay nlgliit and signed by A. I)(rgi.iv.vn," encloses a letter wttkrh .the writer Btatea was refused pub lication In the Aatorlan. Th!a Is an un truth. The letter Is a Ibadly ganbled ulutlt'u'te for one the .Antorlan re.'used to print sevnal days obo, and Which Is still 1n Its ipofseaji'on. Tiie oounty clerk, In refusing permis sion to this 'man to examine the records of (ho county court, dd so only after .repeated nl un'siroceeaful attempts to find out what "he wanted wltih lihem. The official wUs quite wltMn nils right in do ing th if, as the following two ccctlons from Hill's Laws of Oregon will show very conclusively: Sec. 578 "Tlve records and files of the court are to be kipt In the clerk's office, In the custody of tihe clerk, and 'he Is . responsible 'for ttttem. Thoy nhall not be taken out of the office by any one, ex cept toy tihe Judge of the court or an aftbnney (hereof, when allowed' by a fpeolal order cf 't'he court or a Judge, or some general rul thrfor jiresorlbed by the court and entered In the Journal." Sec. 67 "Whenever requested, I'he. clerk ahull furnish to any person a certified copy of any portion of such records or files, and no person other than euch clerk to entitled to make sucih copy, or to the uie of the records' or files for p.icth pin-pone. Whenever requestej, the 'lerk maul! search sucih recor.lrt and Hies, and give a certificate thereof aronlilng to nnture of the in quiry, dnl no neraon cuilwr thun I suoh clerk or an attorney of the court shall be entltkU to rearch and examine such records and fllon, unless he be a party In Jntere.i-t. as appears of record, concerning f.ie mutter eouHtit to he ex ftmined or Inquired of." But. outside of Mils Jikstlflcatlon of his position. County Clerk Dunbar Ciad an oiiher and stronger rtiaon for doing what ihe dM. Some .niorrtha aa this man Berg man was employed by the county to do clerical work on the delinquent tax roll. He waa caught in the act of erasing of ficial figures iln the books and wus tum tnarlly dismissed. Some weeks nfter warda the sheriff received a communica tion from J. Pollvka, a Portlund ta lor, enclosing a letter that he had received some time before from Bei'g.nan. II, re is a part of it ; Nowu) comes from Southern California tliat a mllk'mun ihansed himself last Sun day. If tt wan a casa of stricken con science It seems etrnnge he didn't drown himself. Hon. James E. Campbell, of Ofo'lo, la to be credited wilih tihe ability to recognize a stone wall when he cornea into contact with It. He pays lie oan no longer be com-Hdered as a presidential candidate. If there is to be any real flgihtlng In Cuba it should come to poets speedily. The audience has been rfvoutlnng "Play bal!" for some time. The Valkyrie is n good boat and rhe deserveVl ai better fate uhian to 1je forever identified wJth Lord Dunmven. If the sultan Is really dead, tihte powers will no doubt feed on Turkey for Thanks giving. TO BUILD UP. Botlh the flerfi and the strength of pale. puny, scrofulous ciliiMdren, got Dr. Pli-rtVrt GoMiti MolK-al l)ls!OVC!ry. It's t'he bet thing known for a. wasted body and Vk weakened system. It Ihorouglily purines tire blood, enriches rt, and makes effective every naitiural mean of cleans ing, repairing, and nourWhUng' the sys- tm. In irecoverlng from "La Grippe." pneumonia, fovetra, or otOwr l4lCitatiing dtoeasoa, notlhiing can equul It as an ap petizing, restorative tonic, to bring back hcailtlh taind vigor. Cures mrvoua and general debility. All diseases of lower bowel, including rupture, and pile tumors, nullcaUy cured Book of particulars free. World's Dis pensary Medical ABoclitlon, 63 Main St., iturruao, is. I. ABtortal Savings Bank. Lot 7. Block 58 $12 56 Astoria Savings Bank, Lot B.ock 96 $12 50 H. F. Bruhm, Lot 5, Block 6 $2G 00 H. F. Rnitltl V. holf Tut A. G. Bartley. of Mairlc. Pa., nn-lisa- i Rlrvir ' t v, i. inform you Joinn, Casey, Lot 1, Block 8 $4-00 A - V""" "'Hi ueiimi Wltcn Ha- Jonn fasey. Lot 2, Block 8 $4 00 tel Salve cured me of a very bad case Jottin Casey, Lot 3, Block 8 $4 00 of eczema. It also cured my boy of a Damtel D. Cawey, Lot 4, Block 8.... Si 00 raimiet, nas. Kogers. unnst Ohrrstianeon, W. 60 feet Lota , . x,: 3. Block 98 Jil oo Arthur .Mkufxh, the great conductor of John Enberg, Lot 1, Block 98 $17 00 itojn Ho4ton tired, has been Dilgbly tion- John Euberg W. 25 feet Lot 2. ored i)broad, muoh to discomfiture of the Block 98 $3 65 Boston critic He 'has not only ls- JcJivn Enberg, E. 25 feet' Lot 3 pi-ayed great ability nt BuJape.t.h, but he Mock 98 15 R un am nans von milow as JOhin Bmberg, Lot 4, ilock 98 $17 00 conductor of the Berlin Philharmonic con- Frieda Fjord. S. half of Lot 2 cents, ana is besidea nomlraaited suocea or Block 6 rs m Ifl flap! nrtnl, - i ... .... I . flu w .. as conuucior or t'.ic rneaa ijova, S. iheJlf of Lot 3 famous Gewandlhlous concorta In Lelpslc. Block 6 $75 00 A , , FriertA Fjord, S. huif of Lot i," Acts at once, never falls. One Minute Block 8 $75 00 Cough Cure. A remedy for asthma, and Annie Petikes, Lot 8, Block 99.'"!.'! $'0 00 'hat feverish condition which panles a severe cold. The only harmless remedy that produces immediate results. Chas. Rogers. 8. Hausted and wife Maria, Lot 1 uiock iw jo; o,, uust noomos, Lot 6, Block 98 $12 50 Gust Holmes, Lot 6, Block 98 $12 5U Mary H. Lelnenweber, Lot V Block 7 $125 oo Mary h. Lelnenweber. Lot 2, Block 7 $125 00 .wary ti, Lelnenweber, Lot Ewe 7 $125 00 aia-ry ti. Lelnenweber, Lot 4, Block 7 $.20 00 Mary h. Lelnenweber, Lot 6, Block 7 $2000 fliHj-y n. Letnenweber, Lot e, mock 7 $26 00 m. ti. Lelnenweber, Lot 7, Block 7.. $:6 00 Mary H. Lelnenweber. 'Lot rr ob o o, 2. Block 10G fii M. Rousseau, the new governor of 1 the r rental poise eslona in Indlo-Chlna, is a I radical dress reformer and has issued oraons rmtt ail ladles attending govern ment balls tlhall wear hlgh-neckeO gowns. no nan rjeen nicknamed "Mr. Modesty." BUCKL.BN'8 ARNICA SALVBJ. The best salve In the world foi Cuts, Bruises, Sores. Ulcers. Salt Rhpum I rcvirr oures. iviier. rnnnnMi Mania Chilblains. Con.s. and All Skin Rrnn.' dons, and positively cures Piles, or no Price. 25 cents Der ttx. "Thas. Rogers. Odd Fellows' building. ' ! 50 I 0'J Prof. Csiper Rene Gregory, of the Uni versity of Lelpsle, Gcrm'.vny, recently de livered two lectured in Orciek palaecg raiihy and New Tewtaiment textual crltl- cld.ri j.t Drew Thejfbilcal se-mlnnrv. Madison, N. J. The healing properties of DcWItt's Witch Hazel Salve are well known. It cures eczema, skin affections, and is sim ply a perfect remedy for nllea. Chas. Rogers. Throiitilhuut his entire life Victor Huiro emltiavoml to have the name of his father, Ornmral Hugo, Who led a chargo against tlhe EiiKlfc'h at Waterloo and was nuver hvard of afterwards, adMed to Ihe ft of Napoleonic 'iteroes nt the Arc de Triionii.'Jhe. It hart toeew ilacel there at 'J.tst, am i illd uddition to t'ho list leaves room tor oi,ly two more. It Ij probable that '.l.A se will never be auVlej. Mary H. Lelnenweber. Lot 3, Block 105 $20 00 Mary H. Lelnenweber, Lot 4, Block 105 $20 00 Mary H. Lelnenweber, Lot 6, Block 105 $123 00 Mary H. Lelnenweber, Lot 6, Block 105 $123 00 Mary H. Lelnenweber, Lot 7, Dloiek 105 7 $125 00 aiary H. Lalnenweber. Lot 8, Bloc 105 $125 00 Aiary ti. L,einemweber, frontage of Lot 1, Block 105 $22 50 Mary m. Lelnenweber, frontage cf uoi z, Block 105 $22 60 Mary n, L,oinen.weber, frontage cf Lot 3, Block 105 $2: Mary If. Lc-lnenweVr, frontage of L.ot 4, B.ock 105 $22 50 I've-unrlok Llndstrom, Lot 1, Itlo k 99 t. apitat. vnn AMRnrriAK I Frederick Llndstrom. W. half of INVESTMENTS. ulopk 9(1 $C2 5J freauricn Llndstrom, 'Lot 7, Block Important to Americans seeking Eng- 89 $26 05 Hsh Cantlal for now en'ernrlses. A 1L Augusta . .M,3recor. Lot 3. eontaJlnlng the nornies and addresefe ot H'ock 104 $25 GO 360 sucoessfirt promoters who have piaccd w- F- McGregor, Imi 6, Block 101.. ?12T) 00 over 100,000,000 Sterling in Foreign In- lra- Jum.-na .M.nairJ, hot 8, Block 6. . $2ti 00 veatmenits iwtthln tihe last six yeora, and icto Marion anj II, MoCor- over 18,000,000 for the seven months of mack, Lot 5, Block 8 1S95. I'licrt, 5, or $25, payable by postal Richard 'M'jrto-n acid H. MvCor- order to tho London and Universal Bu- mack, Lot 6. Hoik 8 reau of Investors, 20. Cheunslde. London. Richard Muirlon wnd H. McCor- E. C. Subscribetw wll be entitled, by ar- maclt. Lot 7, Block 8 $400 raingemer.t with the dlrei:tors to receive! n'ln'1" marion and H. McCor etunor personui; or lattoru of Introductoin '"a, iyoi , mock s $100 to any or t'hesa su-ceaaful pilomotors. nn Ji'-nnon and H. M:Cor- TMs llt Is first cf.ass in every respect, mack. Lot 9, Block 8 $4 00 and every man or firm whose name ap- R-hard Marlon ana H. McCor peara therein may be depended upon. mack. l,ot 10, Koek 11 $i 00 tor placing the following It will be '"" .ainon a.na H. MoCor- founu In vailiuux Bonds nr ailiajv of Tn- . JjOt u, tllock 8 (1 m austrta1;, commercial and Financial con-1 Jiarion a.na H. M'oCor. cerns, Mortg:iga roans. Sale of Lands. jj, mock 8 i on Ex-Senator Van Wyck, of Nebraska. who died last week, always believed he would have been president If he had not offended his Western friends by building a paiataal reeldience In Washington. It made enemies for ihlm among the farmers. When Baby was sick, we gave her Castoria, When she was a Child, she cried for Castoria, When she became II las, she clung to Castoria, When she had Children, she gave them Castoria, ENGLISH John Nonlrttrom, E, half of Lot 2, Block 99 $i!2 60 Elizabeth Parker, Lot 4, Block 101.. $25 00 Elizabetii Parker, Lot 6. Block 104.. $126 00 Frank FUtton, Trustee, Lot 1, Block 6 $150 00 Frank Patton, Truatee, N. half of Lot 2, Block 6 $75 00 Frank Patton, Trustee, N. half of Lot 3, Block 6 $;5 00 Frank Patton, N. half of Lot 4, Block 0 rs 00 Rogers Trust Co., W. half Lot 8.... $13 00 Rogers Trust Co., Lot 7, Block 6.. $23 00 Rogers Trust Co., Lot 2, Block 104.. $25 00 Rogers Trust Co., Lot 7, Block 101.. $125 00 Rogers Trust Co., Lot 8, Block 11M.. $125 00 T. Siverson, Lot 4, Block 99 $126 00 T. Slversn, Lot 6, Block 99 $26 00 C. E. S. Wood, Lot 1, Block 106.... $6 76 C. E. S. Wood, Lot 2, Block 106.... $6 75 C. E. S. Wood, Lot 3, Block 106.... $8 75 C. E. S. WoCi, Lot 4, Block 100.... $6 75 C. E. S. Wood, Lot 6, Block 106.... $9 00 C. E. S. Wood. Lot 6. Block 106.... $00 C. E. S. Wood, Lot 7, Block 100.... $9 00 C. E. S. Wood, Lot 8, Block 106.... $9 00 C. E. S. Wood, Lot 1, Block 110.... $1 00 C. E. S. Wood, Lot 2, Block 110.... $100 C. E. S. Wood, Lot 3, Block 110.... $1 00 C. E. 8. Wood, Lot 4, Block 110..,. $1 00 C. E. S. Wood, Lot 5. Block 110.... $1 00 Cv E. S. Wood, iMt 6. Block 110.... $1 00 C. E. 8. Wood. Lot 7, Block 110.... $1 00 C. E. S. Wood, Lot 8, Block 110.... $1 00 C. E. S. Wood, Lot 9, Block 110.... $1 00 C. E. S. Wood, Lot 10, Block 110.... $2 00 C. E. S. Wood, Lot 11, Block 110.... $2 00 C. E. S. Wood, Lot 12, Block 110.... $2 01) C. E. S. Wood, Lot 13, Block 110.... $2 00 C. E. S. Wood, Lot 14, Block 110.... $2 00 C. E. S. Wood, Lot 15, Block 110.... $2 00 C. E. S. Wood, Lot 16, Block 110.... $2 00 C. E. S. Wood, Lot 17, Block 110.... $2 00 C. E. S. Wood, Lot 18, Block 110.... $2 00 By order of the Common Council. Attest: K. OSBURN, Auditor and Poice Judge. Astoria, Ore., November 11, 1895. HTH STREET ASSESSMENT NOTICE, 59 00 28 75 15 00 1 60 $4 00 $1 00 Pttltetits or Mlneu. Directors: SIR EDWARD C. ROS3, HON. WALTER C. PEPYS, CAIT. ARTHUR STIFFE. Copyright. $4 00 The U. S. Gov't Reports show Royal Baking Powder superior to all others. 1.1 Hung Chang '.'. not as feaiful of arf.wiiDtulon as other men In his pre. carious position would be. He considers his n.rrcv ej.-aipe from diath In Japan the fulfillment of a prediction made to him by a Chinese mystery monger years ago filial he would dode dtiath narrowly many times and live to over 90 years of as. Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria. ECONOMY IN FUEL. "I notice your name on tlhe delinquent tax list. It 1 my busine to rao up puj; 1m.1t twa. and If you consider it worth wvhlle I will attend to It for you, and in case the party holding tiie tax wuB un your property should make d:fti The Eureka Fuel Econnlxer Is a scl entllieu': preparation wihltih augment the Intensity of coal and wood fveut in the proportion of 33 per cent. rr the direction printed on each pack age la eu'ePully observed, Uie Eureka Coal Economlxer will give to any ordina ry or middling coal the uuime value as that of suiK-rlor quality. The Eureka Funl Evononlier prevents the shooits, the cinders and the f munition of smoke. Which may spoil, In an apart ment, so many vm.u.t4l articles, such as our 11s, paintings, etc. The Eureka burns any kind of gas which might drwtroy the brwit'nWie air ol'tli.t I shull eee to it Hut everything apartments and factories In H-hlch it is "...isw wm pofuioie. 1 am out of 1 used are consequently more healthy and work now, waiting for the railroad and juiu iiko to make from $11 to $5." Swing that the "forty owning the tax title" was the county of Clatsop, that Mr. IVIvkas tax only (amounted to SO centrt. and that Mr. A. Btrgumn was caught In the act of rcrak'hlng out even .his paltry debit against his name, the qiK-iftlon naturally arhws, "What was the gentlemun going to do with the $5." Altogether Mr, A. Beigman app.am to be a nice young man. Bo engrossing ihave been tlw affairs of ot-Vr portion of Europe and Asia that Utile attention has bewn paid to the terle 01 mixinies whloh hUlve trirsi.lrlng In Uie nor.h western provinces of China. Vet tM. uprltMU'j. yktl t0i)k jt.nlle and formidable sHapa m September, are no unimportant part of the general East ern disturbance. The Chln-se Mctnm ineduns are said to represent respecta ble ami orderly class of subjects, as Cui nese subject go. The present cm break see"ms to have been the culmination of a long period of dissatisfaction Induced ty the displacement of ther leaJJng from office and Um ImpcsUo of alien and tyrannical onVlali upon their p;ov iti.'i. 'Tie' supposed 5u.-v04- tf i, out. break 1 to eJluMVCi a rei'irnti klnirtom In the ppjvlnce of Kan-u. Tas troops j jren to put down Dh rebellion had xtnort comfort able. In lcm than five minutes. one can obtain a very brisk fire which win fast thirty hour without being stirr ed up and without any addition of fresh coal. He nee an economy of coal, work and money. The Eureka Economizer produce a heat more soft and mors eon sent ruled; when a nomvul heat is wnnted; the vontiiiitlon muHt be partly stopped and, again, an economy in fuW is to be relied uion. We guarantee that our preparation pro duces no injurious effect on liie heu.th, and does not affect in any way stoves; ranges, graites, etc. Lare consumers can obtain the pro duct, which we do not hesitate in term ing "mirvolous," at much, more reduced prices. Each package beans, with very explicit directions, our trade murk, representing four hands crossed together above a lion with this motto: "In union there Is strenirt'h." Any counterfeiter shaCl be deiH according to law. 0 receive too frequently applications for sample, and it ks with nre that wo aro competed to refuse the sending of the ffjime. Heretofore we have Ub enXCy given away samples In order to populurlxe our product, but wo cannot afford to support sucti heavy experts any long-r. The moderate price of our pro duct is in the reach ot anybody who wants to try It. It ta for the same reason rliat we have decided to send It direct on receipt of S cents. $i.ooBottie.j yrl g f 1 rJ rr i One cent a doge. vVy JTmm', It is sold, on A srriknntea Irr all rimv. gists. It cures tnolpient Consumption adiths best Cough ard Croup Oursa For Sale by J. W. Conn. ASTOR BTREIOT GRADE NOTICE. NotKe li hereby given, Thit tlve Corn- Richard Mairton land H. McCor- roack, Lot 13, Block 8 Rldhard Muirlon and H. M-'Xr'" ,uv.n, nui It, I1IOCK $4 00 n.n-.ifHJM i.tiuirion and H. llcCor- iiuvL-iv, Mil in, IJVOOK 8 4 Qu niohaird ftlairlan amd H McCor- mack, Lot 16, Block 8 i nn Dl.. mr... ,-.- . ' W ni..mii nmnon anu ti. McCor mack, Lot 17. Block 8 .1 mi .. m .iiiji.ion amu ti. McCor- mack, Lot 18, Block 8 $3 00 Rldhairi 'Muirlon amd H. MvCor- RMharJ Aruirlon amd H. M'oCor mack, Iyot 20, Bloi 8 Rlcf-iard MuHon imd H. McCor mack. Lot 31, Block 8 R'lc!h'airl Murlon and H. McCor nuick, Lot 22. Block 8 Rkfiairti ifuirlon and H muck. Lot 23, Block 8... Richard .Murion a.nd II marie, Lot 21, Block 8... Richard Maclon and H mack. Lot 25. Block 8.. RIKmriJ M..u.-lon and H mttck. Lot 25, Block 8...' Ricihainl Morton n,nd H ...-tn, uui a, 1MOCK S ) (Ifl " na H. atcCor- ii at, iOCK 8 m Rlrthairvl 'Marlon amd H. MoCor- Hu-n, Ml ai, Uiock 8 .1 a " uv M.iCoi--MvCor-ftluCor-MoCcr- WcCor- $3 00 $3 00 $3 00 $3 00 $3 00 M 00 $3 00 $3 00 mon Council of the city of Astoria have I Rlohaird M'lHon -1-1,1 ii'"Vi'jV" detennlnevl to esttablk-ft tlhle grado cif Aistor S.rect In Adair's Attorha, from 111 west line of 45th etreet to tlhe east line of 4Stth atreet, nt the followln-r he'ghts above the baiie of grades s establ ished by Ordlnuinoe No. 71, entitled "An Ordi nance to fstaibllrth a b.i;e of grades for the efc'eeta of Astoria, as follOAis, to-wit: At tfie cromlng of 451'h street, 25 feet. At the creeping of 40tCi rtmcet, 35 feet. The cTOfwInfca to be level aind 'the street to 'be level beOweem eu.ld crcas'ngi. Af any time iwlthln ten dUys from the mack, Lot 30. Blolt s ....... 1 Hn(l M M'Cor- mjlr iT.rtf 11 1,1 . , w, diiak 5 ' mil ana ti. M.-Cor- mrack. Lot 32, Iock 8 Rle'hairJ Mm -ion and H"'jlcc'orl mack. Lot 33. Block 8 RW!a.rd Marlon amd H. aioCor mack. Lot 34, Block 8 P. J. McOowan, Ijoi 1, Block'iir!! 1-. j. .iiceiowan, Ixt 2, Block $3 09 $3 00 119 r t : " sr. j. mvTrowan, jt 3, Block 112.. P. J. McGowan. Ixf 1 nii, ,,"" ftnal puhMiMtlon of this notice, to-wlt: p. J. iMcOowtwi, Lot 5' Iloclt 119 "" Within ten days from the 2.h e!uy ot p. J. MeGowim iM l.Z Nov.Mnb.r, r.mot.tnance can be rmaile P. J. MoOowan, Ixjt 7' Block 11J"" ailnn said proposed gr.ule, and if with- p. j. MoGowan. ijOX g' n, k . "'" In r.ild time a rwltten remonstrance P. J. Mwiow.nn it a' .. :"" agnlrm the tame be flle l wtih the Auditor P. J. McGowAn in mj. ;-' i ti . 1 IVt'.'A TikI ikA hv t .u,"iv..'i n f I'l.-a.. I n T . . . . . . . 11m.. fjiK'Sbt of the property adjacent to raid ponton of said street, suvilt gi-.ule shall not ibe established. By order of tti Common Council. Attest: K. OSBl'RN, Auditor and Police Judge. Asitorla. November 16tih, 1I6. P. J. McOowan. Lot 11. n'.n., ni' P. J. McOowan. iMt 12, Block 112 P. J. MWowan, Lot 13, Block 112 ! P. J. MeGoman, Lot 14, Block 112..' P. J. iMcGowan, Lot 15, Bio. 112! r. J. .Mcuowan, Lot 16, Block 112 FORTV-SIXTH STREET GRADE TICK. NO- , I 1 ' .. T . P. J. MKJowan. Lot 18. Block 112 t P. J. McGowan, Lot 1, Block 114.... 13 P. J. McGoiwH.n T stt 9 RI.V.J. 11. " 1 P. J. McGowBJi, Lot S. Block 111" P. J. McOowan. Lot 4. RloHr 111 Notice Is Jterebv given, tihat the Com- P- J- McGowan. Lot S. Km iu mon Council of Whe City of Astoria have P. J. McOowan, Lot 6. Block 111"" detetnmlneU to estnblltti tlhe g-ade of 46th P. J. McGowan. Lot 7. Rio,-It 111 stroet from the north Kr.e of Aistor etreet P. J. MeGowun. Lot 8, Blrx-k 114.... to tliw exutlh tine of ailliv-way running P. J. MeOow.in. Lot 9, Block 114..!! througth Block No. 102. all in that part of P. J. McOowan. Lot 10, Bloc 114..' the rltv of AfetorU as laid out and re- P. J. McGowan. Lot 11. ttiswb 111 corded bv John Aefalr. at tihe followlncl P- J. McGowan. Lot l. rtirt-v in" hctetirts above tlhe bui of grade as es-j P. J. McGowan. Lot 13. Block 114.! 'ibHtllwd by iKMtnarjce .vo. 11 entiled. If. J. Mceiowart, Lot 1,4, Block 114.. 'An Ordinance to establish a bae of P. J- McOowan, Lot 15. Rtock 114 " grndK fee tlhe sttiwta of Astoria, to-wit: I P. J. MeOciwan. Lot 16. Block 114.. At the Intersection of 4.h etreet with P. . McOowan, Lot 17. Block 114 Autor street, 25 feet. P. J. 'MeGowun, Lot 18. Block 114 At the InterHectton of 46th street with! P- J- MoGownan, Lot 1. Block 116 aKey-way running tbroui?h Block No. 103. P. J. Mcelowan, Lot .Rlon-k 116.... 25 feet. P. J. McGowan. Lot 3. Bloc 116.!.'.' The etreet and crossings to be level P- J. McOowtwi, Lot 4, Block 116.... throuflhout tOve wlliil tncro.f. P. J. Mi'Oowvin. Lot S, B ock 116!!!.' At any time iwlrtiln ten days from the P. J. McOowan, Lot , Btork 116..'.! final puMikimlon of this notice, to-wlt: P. J. Mctlowan, Lot 7, Rlock lis!!!! Within ten elays from the 3rd day of De- P. J. McGowan, Lot 8, Block 116.!!.' cember. 1S95. remonstrance can be made P. J. McGowan, Lot t. Block 11!!!! ugalrst sard propeweJ prude and if with- P. J. McOowan. Lot lo. Block lis" tn eM time . written tvmotiS ranee P. J. McGowan, Lot 11. Rlock 116 ' tralne tihe name be died iwlth VSe Aut tori P. J. McGowan. Lot 12. Block l'. ana i:ce juuire y qne owners ox ciree To try Is to be convinced tlrat our nro- r . .1 ..,. d tt hi tHumnh of Mnn, j not s,. iwb eacn iMcnfi, sent Tree of 1 By atvk-r of toe fommoo Council. Atuirt: K". tWBl'RN. Auditor and PoOce Juxlgr. Aetorla. Oregon, Noie.noer 19th. JUi. j cdarge. A nCSICAN EUREKA FUEL ECONOMIZER CO, 1180 Bresday. New Vrk, U. 3. A. P. J. McOowan. Lot IS, Block 1'.. P. J. McOoivan. Lot 14. Block ft . P. J. MctViwan. Lot 15. Block Vt . P. J. MWVm-an, Lot 16. Rk-k P. J. McGowan. Lot 17. BCoe-k lit.. P. J. M.-GowTin. Lot Is. Bloi-k 11 J.. I- Nelson. Lot t. Block 99 L. Ne'xn, Lot 5, Block $3 (XI $Xi 00 $25 00 $21 00 $S Oil $2'. OK $25 00 I 'B 0u $25 00 $25 00 $.'5 CO 00 r 00 $25 00 $25 00 $26 04 25 00 00 00 00 00 $3 00 $3 00 $3 00 $3 0U $3 Oo $3 0 $3 00 $t 00 $4 00 $1 00 $4 00 $1 00 $4 Ov . $1 00 . $t 00 . $1 00 . $1 00 . $1 01 $1 00 $1 00 $1 00 $1 00 $1 00 $1 00 $1 00 2 00 $3 00 J2 00 $2 00 $3 0V $2 00 t; 00 $2 00 32 00 $125 Ov MOO Notice is hereby given that the assess ment made by Ordinance No. 2.017, of the city of Astoria, confirming the ment on Roll No. 7, for the improvement of Fourteenth street from the north line of Grand avenue to the north line of Jerome avenue, In Shlvely's Astoria, Is now due and payable in United States gold and silver coin at 'the office of the oity treasurer, and If not paid within five days from the final publication of this notice, to-wlt: On or before Friday, November 29, 1895, the common council will ordor warranto issued for collection of saime: Astoria Savings Bank, trustee, S. 100 feet lot 7, block 20 $ 76 60 Astoria. Savings Bank, trustee, S. 100 feet lot 8, block 20 31 90 F. N. BlamdlMit, archbishop of Ore gon, S. 100 feet lot 4. block 20.... 23 75 F. N. Blancheit, arctiibiyhop of Ore gon, S. 100 feet lot 6, block 20 47 85 F. N. Blandhet, archbishop of Ore gon, 8. 100 feet lot 6, block 20 114 90 Otto Carlson, M. 50 feet of Lot 11, block 19 15 95 Otto Carlsen, M. 50 feet of Lot 12, block 19 38 30 August Danlelson, lot 5, block 55.... 47 St G. C, Mary C, Katie and Nellie! Flavel, lot 2, block 19 47 85 G. a, Mary C, Katie and Nellie Flavel, N. 77 feet lot 1 block 19.... G. C, Wary C, Katie and Nellie Fiwel, lot .1, block 19 (1. C, Mary C, Katie and NeMie Fl'awl, lot I, lilo.-k 19 G. S. Gunilwson, N. 50 feet lot 10, block 19 G. S. Gunderson, N. 50 feet lot 11. block 19 13 93 G. S. Gundeiraon. N. 50 feet lot 12, block 19 33 30 Mr.s E. R. lluwes, N. 50 feet lot 7, block 20 38 30 Mr E. R. Hawos, N. 50 feet lot 8, B.ock 20 15 95 'Mrs. E. R. Hawes, lot 9, block 20.... 23 75 AyMWIde B. .Marstli, S. 50 feet lot 11, block 19 .- 13 95 Adelaide B. Mareh, S. 50 feet lot 12, block 19 38 30 F. L. Parker and W. B. Chase, lot 1, block 50 114 90 F. L. Parker and W. B. Chase, lot 2, block 56 47 85 F. L. Parker and W. B. Chase, lot 3. blwk 56 28 75 F. L. Pjirker and W. B. Ctiaaj. lot 4, block 50 15 00 F. L. Parker and W. B. Chase, lot 5, block 55 8 00 F. L. 'Parleer and W. B. Chase, Cot 6, block 56 4 00 F. L. Parker an'd W. B. Chase, lot 7, blot 56 4 Oo F. L. Parker and W. B. Chase, lot 8, block 56 8 00 F. L. Pa.ker and W. B. Chaue, lot 9, b.'ook 56 15 00 F. L. Parker and W. B. Chaw Jot 10, block 56 23 75 F. L. Pairkcr and W. B. Ohlase. lob II, block 56 47 ift t: L. Parker and W. E. Chase, lo 12, Dlock 56 114 90 I. Petown, N. 60 feet lot 7. block 55 I. Peterson, N. 50 feet lot 8. block 55 John Riley, lot 4, block 56 ver Sabo. lot 9, block 55 Emlile Scihliissel, S. 100 feet lot 7, oi'ock t Bmll'ie S,ihl'u iy.I, S. 100 feet lot 8. block 55 E'lua fih.'iihwrd, Sot 0, block 55 . Shivcly, lot 8. block 19 W. Slhlvely. lot 9. Mock 19 Henrietta C. Swenson, lot 5, block) 19 Matilda Thomson, S. 100 feet tot 10. block 19 19 m j. r. css. s. 73 feet lot 1, block 19 PC 90 My order of the Common Council this am day of November, 1S95. Attest: K. OSBURN. Auditor and Police Jud'e. Aftoria, Ore., November 8, 1S95. As Franklin says, good dress opens ill doors, you ahould not lose sight of me iaci mat a perfect fitting suit la cne main feature. Wanamaker & Brown are noted for fit, workmanship ivna superiority of qualities. Their rep resentative visits Astoria every three montns. Office 64 Dekum Building, r-uruanct. ur Reserve orders till you nave seen the spring line of samples FOURTEENTH STREET SEWER AS SESSMENT NOTICE. Notice Is hereby given that tlhe assess' ment rniade by Ordinance No. 2015, of the -ity or A'stori.a, confirming tihe assess. ment on Roll No. 10 for the construction of a seiwer 1m Wuh street In the part of the City of Aetorta. as laid out and re corded by J. M. SMvely and generally known as Shlvely's Astoria, from a point 100 feot south of the south line of Orand avenue, to the couth line of Jerome ave nue. Is now due and DayabCe iln United States gold and silver coin at the olRce ot the City Treasurer, and if not paid witnm nve uay from the Anal DubHca. tion of tlhie notice to-wlt: On or before Saturday, November 30th. 1895. tho Com mon Council will order warrants Issued tor tme collection of the same. Astoria Sayings Bank. Trustee. S 100 feet Lot 7, Block 20 $ 37.75 Astoria savings Bank, Trustee, 8 luu feet Lot 8, Block 20 24.40 N. Blanchet Archbishon of Ore o. w reet Lot 4. Block 20 3.85 f. N. Uiainohet, Archbishop of Ore., S. 50 feet Lot 6, Block 20 -3.85 v: n. u ancmiet, ArehbMhiop of Ore., S. 50 feet Lot 6. Btock 20 Theodore Brack er, N. 100 feet Lot 5, Block 58 James C. Oaldy. N. 100 feet' Lot's! Block 58 2S5ft Otto E. Carlson, M. 60 feet Lot 11. Block 19 8.45 Otto E. Carlson, M. 50 feet Lot 12, Block 19 IS 1R W. B. Chase and F. L. Parker, Lot 1, Block 56 45,40 W. B. Chase and F. L. Pnritor' w. 6, 11 OCK OIJ W. B. Chape and F. L. Parker. Lot 3 rttrtnv at W. B. Chase. Lot 4. Block' 's'.'.' . .'.'."' V w. a. una.se and F. L. Parker. Lnii 5. Block 66 None vv . ti. unase ami F. C. Parker, Lot ,-J?loZK Nene w . a. uwase and F. L. Parker, Lot I, ISIOCK MS Vnn W. B. Chiase and F. L. Parker. Lot) 8, Block 66 None w. t5. unase ami F. L. Parker. Lot 9, Block 56 None w. ts. ejnase and F. L. Parker. T.nrl . 10, Block 66 5.40 W. B. Chase and F. L. Parker, Lot 11, Block 66 m . t:. emaee an'd F. .L. Rairitr T.nc Ji, B.WK do K u .iiujpusr, ixuilelson. Lot B. W.aoV ks m (in J. v.. Alary C. Katie and Nell' r-iavel. Lot 2. Block 19 in e. v., Mary Katie amd Nellie Flaivel, Lot 3. Block 19 6.10 u. Mary c, Katie and Nellte. 3.85 18.30 1.40 6.40 vone PROFESSION-AX. CARDS. German Physician. Eclectic. DR. B ARTEL, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Office over Albert Dunbur'i store, cor. 9th and Commercial. Prices: Calls, $1; confinements, $10.00. Operations at sfTlce free; medicines furnished. W. C. LOGAN. D. L. 8., DENTAL PARLORS. Mansell Block, 671 Third street DR. EILIV JANSON, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Office over Olsen's dnig store. Hours, 10 to Li a. m.; 2 to 6 and 7 to 8 p. nu Sun days, 10 to 11. LIBERTY P. MULLINIX, M. D., PHYB1CIAN AND bURGEON Office, 6h4Vs Third at, Astoria, Ore. Special attention given to all chronl diseases. B. E8TE8, fHrSlClAN AND SURGEON, Special attention to diseases of wom en and surgery. Utile over Danzlger's store. Astoria. Telephone 61- JAY TUTTLB. M. D. PHYSICIAN. BURGEON, AND ACCOUCHEUR. Office, Rooms and 6. Pythian Building. Hours, 10 to U and t to Residence, 639, Cedar afreet DOCTOR ALFRED KINNEY, OFFICE AT HIS RESIDENCE. May be found In his office until 11 o'clock mornings, from 13 noon until t p. m., and from 5 until 7:30 evenings. H. CROSBY, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. 408 Commercial Street. W. M. LaForce. 8. B. Smith. LaFORCE & SMITH, ATTORNEYS-AT-YAW, 386 Commercial street J. Q. A. BOWLBY, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT LAV. Office on Second SU-vet. Astoria, Or. J. N. Dolph. ' Richard Nixon Chester V. Dolph. DOLPH. NIXON & DOLPH, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Portland, Oregon, 24, 2D, it, and 27, Hamilton Building. AH legal and col lection business promptly attended to. Claims against the government a specialty. SOCIETY MEETINGS. TEMPLE LODGE NO. 7. A. F unA A, M. Regular communications held on the first and third Tueadav - j luvi-is miu ivnw 1 ,4S u . . " w - flavel. Lot 4. Block 19 Vn caua u.a. v C. S. Gundereon, N. 60 feet Lot 10. W- - HOWELL, W. M. tuock 19 1 o n. tlVLJJ&N, tiMratary. C. S. Gutiderson, N. 60 feet Lot 11. Block 19 8 45 MISCELLANEOUS. P. S. f1lnUrnMn XT r1 T - . . n Block 19 Vti itX "Ul-AKX fUBiilC. Mrs. E. R. Hawes. N. 50 feet Lor 7, Brock 20 jo Mrs. E. R. Hawes, N. 60 feet Lot 8, Block 20 Mrs. E. R. Hawes. Lot 9. Black M Adelaide B. Marsh, 6. 50 feet Lot W. C. CASSELL, 178 Tenth street. 12 20 16.60 WHEN IN POKTI.anii4'u Handley & Haas. 160 First strode -nrt 11. Block 19 8 4f, set tne Duly Astorlan. Vl3ltors need Adelaide B. Marsh., S. 50 feet Lot 12, Block 19 i5 i5 u. 1. i'etereon. N. 50 fvt T.nt 7 B.ock 65 1S.85 u. 1. feterson, N. 50 feet Lot 8, UiOCK bb 10 on JoOin Relly, Lot 4, Block 55 1660 Iver Kabo, Lot 9, Block 66 16.60 n;mi,y Bcmiuesel, S. 100 feet Lot 7. Block 55 n .re fcimny semiiussel, S. 100 feet Lot 8, isiock Da 24 41 Eliza Shemherd. Ixt 6. Block 56 BR fin e vv. ts.iive y. Frac. Ixit 6 T!lvlr. 19 C. W. Shively, Frac. Lot 7, Block is C. W. Shively. Frac. Lot 8. ninclc 19 not miss their morning paper wruie Lucre. BiCVKKAGEM fandcl wine insteud. of enffte 01 te. fifty cents per gallon, ftnn't i..r, peach and apricot t, riinriv Alan tr..u.'..i. ognae! and wine at AleT Gilbert's EXTENDED SYMPATHY. 'Do unto others NR vDn tiro 1 1 1 A hnA None others do unto you." is sympathetically -hown in the following lines, the pre- None uiiiptliin beinar that symi.utnv iu k.. or akin to pain or sorrow: ' N.np "( lent Ipmpn Plaaua ld,.iI is C. W. SMvely, Lot 9, B ock 19 None Headache Capsules as follows- Two Joseirft Slnndtt, Lot 4, Btock 58 8.30 boxes to Flora Seay, Havanna. N Dak Jowpih Slnnott, S. 50 feet. Lot 5. Two boxes to Llllle Wilcox. Rrnoifi-r.,)' Block 58 Mnn V. Dak. 1 Joseplh Slnnott, S. 50 feet Lot 6. sufferer from headache and vour Can. B-ock 58 None sulea are the only thing that relieves O. O. 38 30 35 75 28 75 26 75 TO 60 31 90 114 90 6 00 15 00 5 50 EXCHANGE STREET GRADE NOTICE. Notice is hereby given, thiu the Corn man Council of the City of AsUorln. h ive elUieinwined to eetobliitih rjhe grade of Ex- CMunee stroet from the claim line between Mcdure's ami Shlvefy's Donation land claim, 'to Hire west line of 5th street, all in the city of Astoria oa kid out and re corded by Jjhn McC.ure and extended by t-yi:'tu o.ney, at tfha followlnsr helcthts aoove tne liase of gradea os establlstied Dy eruinance No. 71, entitled, "An ordi nance to ewtablklh a base of grades for u.ie Rtr.vt.s or Astoria, to-wlt: At ;0 claim line between the Shlvelv ami MoClure Donation Land CLulm. M.i reet. At the orVifMlng wJh 12Dh. street, 25 feet. At the croastnjr'With 11th street, 21.5 feet. At the croswins: with 10th xtiwt. 2e ft on ine nortn line of t'he ertreet and 30 feet on the south line of street. At The croiFt-cnr with 9t.h sltreet. 43 feet on tae north line of the street amd 45 iivi on soutri line of the street. AP t ie croasinir wl.h 8th stivet. SS S ft on nctrUh line of street and 55.5 feet on toutii line of street. At the orosrfns with 7th s-tret, 61 feet on noriih line of street and 61 feet on soutih line of street. At the orofislns with 6th street 83 feet on north Hne of street and 88 feet on "-- line ui urwi. At the CTOeBlnR with 5nh street, 157.5 feet .. hub wt Foreet and 160.6 foet on wuii.1 Hue i,l ttnreet. "lB, crossings to tie on a level from ana rme s:reet to be on un even itope betwewn crosKsrun. At any time withrn ten diys from he flrAal publkHon of fhle note, to-wlt-WJ.ihln ten days from the 29th day cf No wmber, 1S96. remonstrance can be nv.H. airalirrt iM proposed grade and If with in said time written mnir.n against rAe wroe be filed with the auditor iii pum- juujre Dy t..ie owners of three fourths of rhe property adlacervt 10 ,i.i fwiiun 01 mm mreet. siKft grade thall not be s:abl's(ied. By ordr of fhe Common Council Attest: K. OSBURN. Auditor and Poll.-e JujgV Astoria. Novc-nbec 15th, 1S95. ftisrerj of tlharlty of St. Mary's Hospital, Lot 1, Block 57 22.70 tsi.irecu or u.nanity of St. Mary'o Hospital, Lot 2, Block 57 12 70 Slfi'eins of Charity of St. Mary's Hospital, Lot 3, Block 57 2 70 pinreni or nriarlty of St. Mary'u Hoapital, Iyot 4, Block 67 None sifttens or tinanlty of St. Mary's T T .. I. . 1 T . r- t. . nwjiiuAi, ijui o, ijiuck oi None fcifnero or tihiartty of St. Mary's. 1 r 1 . .. 1 t . A . , . . iiu-ij.iuu, utn o, biock ai None nenrifttia u. svenson, Lot 6, Block 19 , None MatJMa Thompson. S. 100 feet Tot 10, Block 19 1 I ... O ' voss, . rt reet Lot 1, Black 19 6.10 y iHMer or tne common Council. AlflflOt T.- .orivm-.-. AuxUtor and Police J v. .h.e.rfto' or,e exiwin between the un- Asto,l,i n.-. -v nh im; "nuer ine nnn Y'ours very truly, FLORA SEAY, Havana, N. Dak. For sale by Chas. itorera. Aoinrio Or. Sole Agent A. V. ALLEN, DEALER IN Groceries, Flour, Feed, Provisions, Fruits Vegetables, Crockery, Glass and Plated Ware. Loggers' Supplies. Cor. Cuss aud Squemoque Streets. Astoria. Ors DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP. Notice Is herepy given that the partner- Canadian Pacific RAILWAY. Continental AMERICA'S GratKt -- faS- Railway System. OCEAN TO -IN- Palace Dining Room and Sleeping Cars, Luxurious Dining Cafe Elegant Day Coaches. - ALSO Observation Cars, allowing Unbroken Views of the Wonderful Mount ain Country. $5.00 and $10.00 Saved on all tickets Eajt. Tourist cvrii the u.-i un wii'ris. r ouiiimpntM nr ihu pAH fln.. .1 . , " 'wij uucw -A ISO Canadian Pacific SHILOH'S CURB la sold on rvar nte. It cures Inrlntent er.r Is the bt Coutrh rure. rmlv rne -T0- China and Japan. . China steamers leave Vancouver, B. C. Empress of India rmrress of Japan Empress of China fcmrrsj of lodla Fmpress of Jjran Empress of China Auf. 5th. Aug 6th. Sept 16. Oct. Mth, Nov. tith. Dtc. oth. Austrmlisn steamer leave Vancouver. B C 16th of every month. For ticket rates and infnrmntinn -,!! on or address " JAS. FINLAYSON, Aeent, co Astoria, Or. r. Carson, Trnveim? P.iss. Aet, I acoma, Wa-h. W, riAmA nn.1 tfvU Oreiron TrannnntitoUnn i'. ,,,,. . "lay discolved by mutual consent. All outstanding bills or nnr-mint. I.ol.,., able to Capt. Paul Schreder. and he as suming the payment of all debts due by said firm. Astoria, Or., May 13, 1895. FETER H. CRIM, PAUL SCHRADER. STEAMERS Telephone & Bailey Gatzert. Columbia River and iufet Sound Nav- igauon Co. Two Dally Boats to Portland "Telephone" leaves Astoria at 7 p. rn. daily (except Snnrlav). v Leavee Portland rlnilv oept Snndav. ' ' m- ca G!WTtl leave8 A8tor'' Tne--day. "Wednesday, Tlinrs.lav, Friday and Saturday mnrninif at 6 :45 m kj evinRai.7 p. m. ' ' Leaves Portland dnilw yK n cejtSuuday. On Saturday uiahl ntll y nit C. W. STOXE, Aeent, Astoiia. tt u a rw. , Telephone No. It U. B. Scott, President B. A. Seeley. Qen'i At, Portland. S. li. WILLETT, PLUMBING, Qas and Steam Fitting, Hot Air, Steam and Water Heating. 1T Twelfth strest Astoria, Or North Paeifie Bremepy JOHN KOPP.Prop Bohemian Lager Beer And XX PORTER. ent a dose. 2J centa id cts.. and Ji.uu 'If. McL. Brown. D'st. Pass. Art tor .sale by J. W. Conn. Van.nnvr 5 r - - - s - Suanvsid Rl t ...h"?0B the tha OosancpohtM SWT Alltrrl'Ji! bt promptly attended to. en