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THE DAILY A&TQttkfc, iO&iA, BATtRDAY Mitik, DECJEMm 21, iM
Daily &$iximt JOHN T. UOIITEJl, Editor. TLRM3 OP SUBSCRIPTION Tekph uua No. 64. DAILT. Sent by mall, per year .' Bent by mail, per month ,. Surved by carrier, per week.... .15 WEEKLY. Sent by mail per year, $2.00 In advance. Postage free to subscriber. Ail communications Intended for pub-Ik-tatlon should be directed to the editor. Business communication of all kinds and remittances must be addressed ts The Astorlan. The Awtorlnn guarantees to Its sub scribers 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, hat next to the ' Portland Oregonlan, the largest weekly circulation In the state. ' Jno. T. Hand'.ey ' Co. are our Port land agents, and copies of the Astorlan can be had every morning at their stand on First street. A BIT OF ADVICE. Whether the Criterion of Chicago should be thrown out of the second-class mailing cular instructing ministers abroad that nlflcent point for observation, and Is stir they, must avoid discussing or taking mounted by a lantern which win to sides In controversies between parties -at for search light. The interior Is d vld.d CHAPEHONAGJ3. home. When Secretary Blnlne struck out this regulation on the ground that "we shall never have a diplomatic repre sentative abroad who can be guilty of that offense," he did not appreciate as well as Mr. Bayard, himself how low a minister abroad might stoop In courting foreign favor. The offense he has now committed Ib so flagrant that Mr. Bayard himself would, have spurned tho Idea that any other American gentleman In his po sition would have done such a thing. In France a poet and poetess have mar rled each other, giving a promise of post nuptial melody or discord, which will be awaited with much Interest, particularly In the neighborhood which they elect as their abode. If the poet la of an Irritable genus, and the poetess posnesnes that quality in a superior degree and whether the conjugal lay of this partlcu lar one is to be that of the rat or the nightingale, Jlme alone and the attent audlphone of a breathless and expectant public can determine. . The experiment wears an aspect of matrimonial rashness quite foreign to the French character, and Its results should be made the sub ject of careful scientific observation. Per haps If they compoie their productions apart and refrain from reading them to each other, they may get on as comforts bly and quietly as other people, but the chances aro not In favor of this domestic reserve and are much in favor of their ultimately boring each other with their respective verslcles. It may bo that the Into aisles and a nave, or clererstory, the inrmcr Dcing 25 feet and the latter 4.r feet high. The central pavilion Is two stones in neight, the second story form ing a gallery on cither side. UlxlGO feet. overlooking have, and is reached by four uroaa stairways, one at each end of tho four corners. The principal features of the building are the main entrance and the dome, which, belmr carried nut on purely classical lines, will give the struc ture a gran a appearance. The general style Is baaed upon the Corinthian and Ionic orders of tho Graeco-Roman, and win ne executed In wood and stall. A HOHSOHOTiD TREASURE. huslmnrl will turn in l.a privileges as a -house list In every s.nse . . ,. , , . . . e . .u , ,. ... dyed-ln-the-wool Trytaetus and the wife of the word, or whether It shouldn't, ..... , . . .U1 . , A .u . . ftn authentic and Irrefragable Sappho. thnrA In nn thine certain, and thnt Is. . 1 ..... , . . .... . and tnat tnelr conjugal duet may be ot that Itj nrntirlatnF la nnl fl I t n .,11 n trade Journal. This assertion is not made because the columns of Hoyt's Cri terion are filled generally with love shortly after the honeymoon is over, and both come to the United States to lecture, sustained and unbroken harmony as long as they live, but the local betting at last accounts was not that way. It Is more likely that thev will unamtA in , . stories and poems; It Is not made because , . Of Clamorous strnnhna am nn( Dinnh.n lha lint tuhll nrafnnllmr In mun Inn ' """u '"- taller, is yet forced to suppress every fact regarding the market that would in terfere with the business of its p. Incipal advertiser;, it Is not made because the pretended policy of the list favors associ ation among retailers, while It is com pelled to laud the methods of a house directly opposed to such measures, but It Is made because every time its ed tor at tempts to abandon poetry and love s.oiics All right-thinking persons will rejoice In the decision of the American Red Cross to undertake the work of relieving the distress of the wretched Armenians. This decision was announced by Miss Clara Barton yesterday, and that brave and self-sacrificing womt.7 is preparing and give hi. readers something in line l ",art fr th EttSt at nn early day t0 with their business he makes a mess of It. The trade press editor who w.U as sert that grocers do not know the dluer- ence between spring and la.l httlmon, and attempt to educate them on the subject that tall-caught fish are the Lc.it, Is cither In supreme Ignorance of what he Is talking about or else villainously at tempting to mislead them for a purpose, The thought that the house back of this paper is overstocked with fall sa.niun and is endeavoring to create a demand lor that variety Is almost past belief, and yet the interpretation of tho Item must either be that or Ignorance. Up to this t.me we have never believed that the retad gioccr was inclined toward love s torles or poetry, but we are now willing to admit take charge of the difficult and laborious work In person. The estimates made by the Red Cross on a conservative basis are that there lire HfiO.OOO persons in need of Immediate relief. They will need ns- flstance until the next harvest Is ready; that is, for half a year or more; and It Is estimated that !i,000,000 will be needed to meet their wants. That the American people will respond promptly and largely to the appeal which Is made in behalf ot the Armenians Is a certainty. Tho Red Cross and its devoted president are en titled to the thanks of the civilized world for the willingness they have manifested In responding to this grave emergency. I. W. Fuller, of CanaJoHurle, N. Y., ays tnat he always keeps Dr. King's iiBcovery in tne nous-r and his fam ily has always found the very best re sults follow lis use; that he would not be wi hout it. If procurable. G. A. Dyke man, DnitfKist, Catsklll, N. Y says that Dr. King's Nv,v Discovery la iinrtmihr- the best ecugh remedy; that he has used u in nis family ror eight years and that .v .... .icirci i uiea 10 aa all that Is craimea ror It. Why not tiy a remedy so iang tried and listed. Trial bottles free at Chas. Rogers' drug store. Regular size 60c. and $1. At a recent dinner of the Primrose league in London the following curious ly named men were among the guests: Mr. Leeke, Mr. Guy Pym, Mr. Illley nnd Mr. Agg-Gardner. Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria. Nearly a hundred women have passed the examination of the university of Lon don this year in the courses for the do of bachelor of arts and bachelor of science. DeWitt's Little Early Risers for bilious ness, indigestion, constli atlon. A small pill, a prompt euro. Chas. Rogers. THE DEAR LITTLE CHERUB. Texas Siftines. there are times when a little bov be comes a nuisance. At a hotel breakfast table a small boy said in a loud voice to nis parent: fa, what makes vou smeiL ih .rna I . .. ... o" uiiure yuu eat mem?" To see If they are Kood." "But, pa, you can't Bee with vour nnse van you : "For heaven's sake. bov. IcAPn mi lot smelt the ec-ir to find OUt If It wn irnnrl "But, pa, what do you want to smell ine egg iorr can't you tell by tastin' If It ain't good?" Detroit Tribune. "Of course," rejoined tlia Young Person, 1 think a great ileal of mm, but I am very careful to think of mamma or auntie at the same time." And tho Zeitgeist, struggling to subvert the cloistered morullty of hectic genera Hons, Bhuddered and grew sick. The U. S. Gov't Reports show Royal Baking Powder superior to all others. In place of "Soekless" Jerry Simpson Kansas has In congress Judge Martin, of Atchison, of whom it Is said he never wore a necktie but once In his life, nnd that was when he was married. When Baby was sick, we gave her Castorlo. When she was a Child, she cried for Castorlo, When she became Miss, she clung to Castorla. When she hod Children, she gave them Castoria. One cent a doso. v 1. , i J? , . J J 'niiriilMii' iViirilivTir'flil It la sold, on a mihrantee br all rimo-. gists. It cures Incipient Consumption ud, iS'tb.s best Cough ard Croup Cuia For Sale by S. W. Cnnn. SCS99SSrCSflteSS9fl9 A GOOD WORD. A feature of the late Germanlc-Cunihrae fntllalnn In 1 1.& Alnln it- , . . . that he would be justified in preferring Z " , . . ... " received the attention It merits, was the them to such Information as the above. It would therefore be advisable for the gentleman in question to stick stilctly to coolness and good seamanship of the offi cer in charge of the Germanic, most likely tne captain. The sharp stem of the hn 1 1 1 ,.nn.n 1. . .. v.,..c mllerp WnUe S(ar ner cnureiy. as ne has largely been doing in cumbrao'. .i,i. n,i ,n. ... tho past, and allow his reader, to gather urlI thlng ln tne th(J mg ' their trade Information from legitimate , ,,... . ' . . , " . i ...... .....u luni-o win ui u iiuiuireu - urnnl.l 1. .1 .. . nwuiu in uuiiu, iu reverse ine engines, nnd draw away from tho Btrlcken ship, But the captain of the Germanic was th Mr. J. J. KeiL SharpsbuTK. Pa. jar. BlK' 1 am ?lad 10 ay-a good m tor ivntuHe s Heaaache Capsules Vfter suffering for over three year t;uio neuralgia ana its cnnsequeni nuiii.iia rvnicii secmea to name thi -florts of some of our best Dhvslclnnsi du suggested this remedy which gavt U.H1IOOI. luBtttni. rener. words fai to express the praise I should like ti -now on Krauze's Headache Capsules Gratefully lours, MHS. K. K. HOLMES, Montroee. Pa "When I entered politics." tald the Von- ullst gentleman. "I actually could not af- iori to get a shave." "O, come off, saici tne other Kenilemnn. "I know you had a law practice bringing you in a good living." mean I could not politically uiiorti it. THE RIGHT WAY. Except among small minds, party ran- ono man In a thousand who knew how cor subsides when It 1b brought Into con- to do the right thing in the right place, tact with the practical conduct of public H kept the Germanic's engines going arrairs. Men are elected to congress as slowly, and thus kept tho stem of the Democrat, or Republican.. But when big ship In the hole which It had made, they enter the halls of legislation they By this means tho Cumbrue was saved throw off, to a considerable extent, the tr0n Instantly sinking, and tho accld.nt bonds of party to devote themselves to fobbed of the horror which was almost the business of making laws for the urely attending on It. Had the captain wholo people The differences In prlncl- of " Crathie, which ran Into the Elbe pie between tho two parties are smaller an the same thing, that awful tale ot than I. imagined. Except on distinctive horror might nevor have been told. party Issues, men of all parties are agreed on the general tenor of the leg'.latlon Tne Af"orlan publishes a communication which ought to be adopted for tho general 111,8 'nomlng from Dr. Bishop on the public welfare. The essential measures v t"m'Iul'lttn controversy. It seems lo us of each session are passed by the vote of t,mt "10 mR,n argument adduced by the the party in power, and the party In op- "'"" I" the fact that the request for position record. It. vote against them. ,n8 appointment of a commission, by the But this Is a mere formality. Quite President, was a grave error of Judgment, ouen ine opposition Is secretly In favor Anu BUln 11 really was. Blaine would of them, and If a few of their votes were lluv"" have committed a like mistake, and, required to pass them they would be " 118 "ad, Harrison would nevor have forthcoming. Members of the minority "motioned It. If Mr. Cleveland .abandons reel a responsibility not quite as direct llle foolish and meaningless Idea of a a. that of the majority, but still sub- commission, and sticks to and emphasises stantlal. "our undeniable right and Interest ln ev- Party lines become especially faint International complicat on tn this con- when the appropriation bills come up. """t," he will win a diplomatic victory. These are considered first in the appro- If ho ,locs no' abandon the commission, prlatlon committee, and next In commit- th,'n lu' Immeasurably weakens our too of the wholo, and though se"tlon con- cause. slderatlona often figure In the delate, party polities seldom do. The g'vern- ment of tho country must be carrl d on, whichever party Is In power, and It is to the credit of our publlo men that there Is hardly an Instance on record when the raising of revenue for the publlo service was obstructed by faotionnl cavil. Dur , Ing the stormy times of the Civil War members of congress who sympathised wjth the rebellion did occasionally vote against the army and navy appropria tions, but their conduct was considered contemptible, even by their political asso ciates. He who find, his way behind the scenes at Washington toward the end of a sea slon of congress is surprised to find how frequently the leaders of both parties co creratu for tho same end. Tho chairman of the ways and means committee In the Fifty-fourth congress will undoubtedly be a stalwart Republican; yet he and Speaker Reed will be In constant com munication with the secretary of the treasury, who Is a good Democrat, and their conferences will lead to a substan tin! concensus of opinion as to tho meas ures to bo adopted. Parties are e-smtlul to tho conduct of representative govern ment, but when the practical work of legislation Is In hand, leaders geneially leeve purty quarrel, to their suIkjicII nates, and at a pinch are not above giv ing each other a helping hand. There can be no doubt that our irnbti M'lor to England has committed a giave ofTi iue aglnst the United Btatet. In tl.'.i, lili act Is so offensive to ths com mon sense of decency that It ' may be doubt"! whether It has ever liei'n thour.ht JosUulay's Telegram says: "Let the Jingoes of thl. country and Kngiand howl themselves hoarse If they can de rive any benefit from such local exercise. Uut there will not be a clash of arms between Great Britain and the United States until Mr. Bull ceases to care for money and Uncle Bam loses his proverbial ankee discretion." - . Ex-Governor Walte occasionally tells his audiences that In the last thirty yarr years the government has given, to the railway corporations SOO.OCO.OOO sqflare miles of land. As thl. Is nearly four times us much dry land as there is on the globe Mr. Walte Is suspected of hav ing padded his statistics. There still remains to Mr. Bayard the proud consciousness that he draws larger salary than most of the fellows thut are making faces at him. bUCKLBN-8 ARNICA SALVE. The best salve In the world foi Cuts bruises. Sores. Ulcers, Salt Rheum Fever Sores, Trtter. Ohanned Hnnrii. fhllblains. Con.s. and All Skin Erup- lons, and positively cures Piles, or no iay required. It ta guuranteed to give terfect satisfaction, or monev refunded Price. 25 cents per fcox. For sale b 'has. Rogers. Odd Fellows' building Mr. William Waldorf Astor employed a scholar from the British museum to trace his geneulogy and get him a legit I- Hiato crest, After two years of study In "iiropeon archives ho traced the d scent beyond all doubt, to nn aneolent family of Spanish grandees, where the desired crest was obtained. 9 A.STORIA IRON WORKb Coivomly St. foot of Jackson. Attorta. General Machinists and Boiler Maker Land nd Marine Engine. Boiler work, Steam boat and Cannery Work a Specialty. Castings of All Descriptions' Made lo Order or anon none. John Fox. President and Supeiintendeu A L. Fox Vice Prealden "). B. Prael Secretar . Are You Going East? If so. drop a line to A C. Sheldon, general agent of the "Burlington Route." 260 Washington St., Portland. He will mall you 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, ana Great North ern railroads at the very lowest rates obtainable. . The Burlington Route la generally conceded to be the finest equipped rail road In the world for all classes) of traveL NOTICE OF COMPLETION AND AC CEPTANCE OF DRAIN IN ADAIR'S ASTORIA Notice Is hereby given that J. A. Fas tabend, contractor for the construc tion of drain in Adair s Astoria, under the provisions of Ordinance No. 1994, on this 23d day of November, 1S95, filed in the office of the Auditor and Pot.te Judge of the Olty of Aetorta tfhe Certificate of the City Surveyor, and Superintendent of streets, approved by the Committee on Streets (and Public Ways. After the expiration of 'the time here inafter specified, if no objections to the acceptance of such work be filed and the Common Council email deem such fan provement properly completed, according to tine contract emu puans ana specifica tions therefor, tfhe eaune may be aoceoted. Objections to the acceptance of mid Improvement or any part thereof, may be nieo) in the office of the AudJItor and Ponce Judge on or before Wednesday, ssov. zi, ism. K. OSBURN, Auditor and Poll lee Judge. Astoria, Oregon, November 23d, 1895. CHIEF OF POLICE SALE. P Should remember to use onlv ts two-thirds as much Cotto- lene as they formerly used of g g lard or butter. With two- w thirds the quantity they will get better results at less cost than it is possible to get with jji 0 lard or butter. When Cotto- S $ lene is used for frying articles jjj that are to be immersed, a O (ii bit of bread should be drop- ped into it to ascertain if it S g is at the right lieat. When i the bread browns in half a f minute the Cottolene is ready, g g Never let Cottolene get hot 9 i enough to smoke. Tumi Important P-iist: The rrTiof an hfiil.l fl w bit eul-1 wbio tlia Cottnli-nfl ! u't hi. Cotlok-rtQ CI (a hrftU lo tho e-i"kln polut Moacr Ibka lard. It A Qk Deter Rpuueri wheti hut. 2 Notice is hereby given - that by virtue or a warrant Issued by the Auditor and Police Judge of Ohe City of Astoria to me directed, dated the lTth day of Octo ber, 1895, and against D. K. Warren, Commanding me to Iwy upon lot No. , In Block No. 56, MeClure's, Astoria Ex tended by Cyrus Olney, and collect the assessment due thereon, amounting to a.iB, ror tne construction of a -ewer on 12th etreet. 1 tiave tlhls day levied upon said de scribed property, and on the Htiii d.ty ot jjecwmrsr, ikhj, at z o'clock p. m, of said day, at the court house door ln the oltv or Astoria, Clatsop county, Oregon, wl.: proeeeu to sejfi at public auction, said property to tme Wg4iet bidkier Kierefor, tu pay cum aaaess.-rien c ana costs ana expanses of sale. Said tale to be for united States gold and silver coin. Dated Astoria, Oregon, November 16, 1893 U. W. LOUGHERY, Chlnf of Police of Uhe City Astoria CHIEF OF POLICE SALE. 9 The Cottolene trade-murks arc "CotMene" a 9 and a Uecr't hetul in cotton-plant vmath. 0 I THE N. K. FAIRBANK COMPANY. St. Loull, P I'hlrnifo, h-in t-'rnnrlMg, Furllitud, Un-gun, 0ft F) rVrlr York, ltotnn. m Pile, of people have piles, but DeW'tt's Wltrh Hazel Salve will cure them VV'hsn -romptly ej plied It cures scalds and burn, wl'.hout the ilighltst pain. Chas. Rogers. Mrs. Ernest Levcrson, the only member cr tne stair hwo writes amusingly In riincn, Is a very pretty woman, quite young and always beautifully dressed. PROVEN A BOON. Gentlemen: I have always recom. iiended Krft'iw'B Headiwne capsules vnerever i nave naa a chance. They Hve proven a veritable boon In im imlly agnlnnt any and ail kinds, of adache. Yours truly. I P WALTER. Leavenworth, Kansas. For sale by Chas. Rogers, Astoria. "rogon. unit" siren t HE WAS CAPTIOUS. Signature is printed In BLUE diagonally across the OUTSIDE wrapper ' She stuttered so, that when with his Proposal she concurred. He said he couldn't credit her Ilecause she broke her word. Richmond Dispatch, UJ of every lT bottle of i &h0 Original n p. Lr "nd Genuine) yL 'Worcestershire SAUCE What Causes Pimples? Clogging of the pore or mouths of the sebaceous glands with sebum or oily mutter. The plug of sebum in thecontre of the pim ple 1ft called a bluckhejttl,grub, or comeiloue. Nature will not allow the clogging of the pores to continue long, hence, Inflammation, pain, swelling and redness; later pus or matter form, breaks or is opened, the plug comet out, ami the pore is once more tree. There are thousands of these pore in the face alone, any one of which It Haul to be come clogged by neglect or dltette. A a further protection afalast all Imitations. ' Agents for tho United 5tates, I JOHN DUNCAN'S SONS. N. V- An exchange .ays Speaker Reed Is skat lug on very thin Ice. Any Ice that hold. Speaker Heed ha. to be pretty thick. Try son:o other figure of speech. The great trouble with most men 1. that they come off vlcortou. oery time they engage in a wrestle with their con science. There Is hope for Darkest Itussla-the Csar ha. ordered a typewriter. The Commerce building at the Tennes see Centennial and International Exposi tion, which la now being built, will t tli largest and most prominent of the main buildings. It Is cruciform In shape, and consists of a central navllion ami worth wliHa lo t.lwI.U ny lw rr (jc tot.tl IcllCth CI f., l,,H br-BtttQ ju'rltnent regulation applicable- to It, un.i Arising from the center of th ' fc u dome GO feet In diameter, which It en- 8i,.l sent out as secretary of state a cir- circled by a colonade affording a mg- What Cures Pimples? The only reliable preventive and cure, when not due to a constitutions! humor, 1 Cuticura Soap It eontaln a mild proportion of CT7TI CUKA, the great tkin cure, which enable it to dissolve the lebaceoui or oily matter as it form at the mouth! of tho )om. Thl! it the secret of ltt wonderful ftucces. It itlmulatet the sluggish glandt and tube to healthy activity, reduce Inflammation, toothet and heal irritated and roughened urfacet, and rettore the tklu to ltt original purity. For bad complexions, redness, roughness, yellow, oily, aiothy tkln, red, rough band ndthapelestnallt,dry thin, and fulling hair, icily and irritated scalps, and ftimple baby blemlihee it Uwonderful. Sale greater than the combined talet of all other tkin and com plexion toapt. CHIEF OF POLICE SALE. Notice hi Ivereby given that by virtue of warrant itemed by the Auditor and vlloe Judge of the City of AstorW to ne directed, dated the lTtth day of Oc:o- be-r, 1SD5. nd again AV. E. and M. 8. Warren, Oouwnaiidlng me to levy upon Lot No. 7. Block No. B, McC.ure a Aetoria extended ed by Cyrus Olney, and coilect the ass ns mnt due touweon, amounting to $13.76. for the construction of a twr on liltth strwt. I have this day levied upon eatl de scribed properrty, and on the l?ih day ot December, 15, at 2 o'clock p. tn. of suid 4ty, at the court house door In ttie cty Astoria, ciatsop county, Oregon, wis sroeeert to seal at pinblie auction, raa property to t'te tiisbeet bMtltf theirefor, to pay stuii tftiMndit and coets and emixvvsea of sale. Said tale to be for United States gold and silvxv coin. Dated Astorhv, Oregon, Noveflber Id. l$S6 V. W. LOl'OHBItY Olilef of Police of the City Axtoria Notice Is hereby g'ven that by virtue of a warrant issued by tihe Auditor and Police Judge of the City of Astoria to me directed, dated the lTth day of Octo- oor, 1SS6, and against W. E. and M. S. Warren, Commanding me to levy upon Lot (. ln block No. 61, McCUure's Astoria extended by Cyrus Olney, and collect the assess ment due thereon, amounting to $23.78, for tho construction of a sewer on 12t'h stree. I have this day levied upon eaid de scribed property, and on the lTiti day ot uecemioer, at i o clock p. im, of said day, at the court (house door In the city of Astorlia, Clatsop County, Oregon, win proceed to sell at public auction,- pa,'.a property to the hlyheat bldUeir therefor. to pay mid asiosement and costB and expenses of sale. Said tale to be for United States gold and silver coin. Dated Astoria, Oregon. November 16, 1895 C. W. LOUGHERY. Chief of Police of the City Astoria CHIEF OF POLICE SALE. . Notice Is hereby given that by virtue or ia warrant Issued by the Auditor and Police Judge of the City of Astoria to me directed, dated the 17tJi day ot Octo ber, 1SU5, and against Laura M. Whalley, Oammiuiding ne to levy upon Lot No. 4, In mock No. 18, Adair's Antwata, and col lect the assessment due thereon, amount ing to Two Hundred Dolans ($200.00) for the Improvement of Sitlh street from the north side of Franklin avenue to the south lde of Duai'e sweet, I have this day levied upon fad de scribed property, and on the 16th day cf Deceimlber, 1S5, ut 2 o'clock p. m. of said day, in front oif the court houee door In the city of Astoria, Cla'teop County, Or-ea-on, will proceed to ell at public auction sui!d property to one highest bidder there for, to pay said uwessment and costs and expenses of sale. Said tale to be for United States gold and silver coin. Dated Astoria, Oregon. November iS, 1895 C. W. LOUGHERY, Chief of PoMee of -the City Astoria CHIEF OF POLICE BALE. Notice Is heretoy given that by virtue of a. warrant Issued by the Auditor and Police Judge of the City of Aetoria to me directed, dalted the 17th day ef Octo ber, 1896, and against C. W. Fulton ' J. C. Dement Mu Ooinnnandlng me to levy upon Lot No. I, tn u.oek no. 7. MeClure's A ore extend ed by Cyrus Olney, and collect the as sessment due thereon, amounting to $38.78, ror the eonwlrox-tlon of a ee-wer on 12! street. I have this day levied upon tad de scribed proi)rty. and on the IT day ot Deceniiber. 1SS6, at 2 o'clock p. m. of said ouy. at the court house door In the c ty of Astoria, Clatsop County, Oregon, wlil proceed to sell at public auction, Fi roprty to the hihet bKMr therefor. to pay mm turwcMinenc and costs ana sxpetises of sale. Said tale to be for United States gold and silver coin. Dated Astorta, Orewn. NovembT It, 1890 C. W. LOUGHERY. Chief of Police ef th City Astoria. India The Oasis of thf Colorado deseri A flew Pesort BELOW THE LEVEL OF THE SEA PftOFEHHIONAX PAKIW German Physician. B!clrct4e. DR. B ARTEL, PHYSICIAN AND SUROEON. Office over Albert Dunbur's store, cor. Jth and Co -imerclal. Prices: Call. $1; onflnements, $10.00. Operations at fflc ree: medicine, furnished. R. EILIV JANSON. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Office over Olsen's drug tore. Hour. 10' to 12 a. m.; 2 to f and 7 to 8 p. m. Sun lays, 10 to 1L a O. B. ESTE8. PHTSICItN AND SURGEON 8pecla'- attention to disease of worn n and surgery. Office over Danzlger" store Astoria Telephone Vr Hi Absolutely Dry and Pure. Tropical : Climate " I AT TTTTTLE. M n PHTSIOIAN. SUROEON. AND . TOUCH BP R Office, Room l and , Pythian Hulldlng. Hour.. 10 to 12 and 1 to RpsidetK H.i9 r"dar stis Pronounced by Physicians tht most f avorable in America for Sufferers from . . . OCTOR ALFRED KINNET. OFFICE AT HIS RESIDENCE. May be found In his office until tt o'clock mornings, from 12 noon until 1 p. ra.. and from 6 until 7:30 evenings H. T. CROS-BT, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. 468 Commercial Street. Lime Diseases and w- M- LaForce, r, , , . LaFORCE & SMITH, Kneumatism S. B. Bmltb Many Remarkable Cures The objections urged against Indlo in me past ty the large numbers who otnerwise would have been glad to tak advantage of lta beneficial climate, has n a lacg or suitable accommoda tion. The Southern Pacific Company, ' pleasure in announcing that sev- ni Commodious and Comfortable Cottages have just been erected at Indlo sta. "on, that will be rented to applicant TEMPLE LODGE NO. 7, A. F and at reasonable rates. Ttey are fur A. M.-Regular communications held o f f "Ith modern conveniences, sui on the first and third Tuesday evening situated aa to gove occupants all thf w. O. HOWELL. W u.ruuariei 10 us oenveo irom a more E. C. HOLDEN. Stary. iriuiiauicu rcBiumcc in mis ae ugntrul climate. (From the San Francisco Argonaut) ATTORNEYS-AT-YAW, $86 Commercial street J. a A. BOWLBT, ATTORNEY AND COUNSEL )l AT LAV Office on Second Sti-set. Astoria en J. N. Dotph. Richard Nlxuu Chester V. Doipn. DOLPH. NIXON & DULPH, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Portland, Oregon, 24, 25, 26, and 27, Hamilton Building. All legal and .-ol-leotwn business promptly attended to. Claims against the government' a specialty. SOCIETY MEETINGS. M MISCELLANEOUS "In the heart of the great desert of RBAL ESTATE. NOTARY PUBLIC. the Colorado which the Southern Pa- clfio road traverses there Is an oasis called Indio, which, ln our opinion, It tne sanitarium of the earth. W he lieve, from personal Investigation, thai tor certain lnvalldo, the-e is no spot o "us pianet so favorable." a. T. Stewart, M. D.. writes: "Tb purity of the air, and the eternal sun shine, fill one with wonder and delight. , Nature has accomplished sc much that there remains but little for man to do. As to It. nnihinn.. ... winks ANIi BRANDIES. -th 'm health resort. .hr i th. andel wine instead of coffee oi te feet sunshine, with a temperature al ""I "t8. Per .Kallon Don't f wavs nleBRant r.rfau, ., iwn ana apncot oranny Also fn-n for rain Is an unknown kctorl Dun. ' ngaac and w1n' ' ' oxygen, aenra atmosphere and Dure ., uqi muic uiui oe aesireriT r- rt J I It Is the place, above all others, for Snap H lOaaK mug irouuies, ana a paradise for rheu W. C. CAQ8ELL, 178 Tenth street. WHEN IN PORTLAND Cal. ,ir Handley A Haas. 150 First street nd get the Daily Astorlan Visitors neeri not miss their mornlnn Darter nrhm there. BEVERAGES WINES AND BRANDIES matics. Considering the number of sunerers who have been cure1, I havi no nesttancy in recommending this rental oasis aa th havon nf th. .mint. eo. INDIO Is 6l2 miles from SAN FRANC I SO and 130 .m'les from at any man coining ou our stoie and you'i. gvi 0 portrait of a man brlniimi, over witu phMsxin tnonghiH 8u--li iiia.l y lu til- litpior we have toofferari' -uiin.'li to PLEASE ANY MAN. Corrpe and Try Them H IX HEW & Cf. EXTENDED SYMPATHi Fare from Los Angeles $j.oc "Do unto others others do unto you." In &y mrim hpi Ira 11 v I OS CiV ""own ln the following lines, the pre- I'KJk. iN'trW.L'.k umptKin being thl sympa.n is 1-1 , r aKin to pain or sorrow: uentlemen: Please send K ratine r Headache Capsules as follows; Tw, coves to Flora Seay, Havanna. N. Dak Two boxes to Lillie Wilcox, Brookland N. Dak. 1 nave always been a ereai ufferer from headache and your Can- sulea are the only ming that relleveh me." Yours very truly. FLORA SEAY Havana, N Dak For sale by Chas. rfoirers trii, r Side Agent For further Information inaulre of niy aouinern i'acino company agent, E. P. ROGERS. Asst. Gen. Pass. Agt. S. P. Co J. B. KIRKLAND. Dlst. Pass. Agt or. virmt na Alder Portlfid. r. MUSIC HALLi. IEATING & COttIII open their llunlc Hal at a Astor atreet, 8turday the 16th. They will keep nuinberlefla good liquors J. B. WYATT, Astorls, Oregon. and clgara hesldci having good music ill the HardwOTt; time. ' Sliip Chandlery, Groceries, Provisions, PAINTS and OILS. Canadian Pacific RAILWAY. AMERICA'S Special Attention Paid to Supplying Ships. ratest -f- Tn i-Cos&tinental I They Lack Life Railway System. TO CHIEF OF POLICE SALE. tcM IKroti(hol 0 vor d. rn,S4o. romi Drs mCin.ioiK, Soi iiwioa. Mw. "All kwl Bal SUa, Snip, ud Hlr," in, Women Full cf Pains Aches, and weaknesses find comfort.ltrength, and vitality ta Cuttcora I'Uur. tbs first and attlr ptiB-allUiic, nerre-strecirthenuig plaster Notice Is tiesMby given that by virtue or a -arrant lsuU by the Auditor and Police Judge of tho City of Astoria to ne d:rs'teJ. dated tfce 17th day of Oc.o- ber, UXy, and aaiivst W. E. and 31. S. Warren, . Commanding me to levy uron Lot No. S. In lilaolc No. 61, M.-Clure a As:otkv ertsnd- ed by Cynis Olney. and collect the 8 . mer.t due thweon, amunting to K3.75. for rne construction of a sewer on UUi rtrvet, I hai"e this day levifO uixmi -ad de scribed property, and on the) ITtCi day ot Lecetnir, lSw. at I o clock p. to. ef salj d-y, at the vrt house door In the ciiy of A-!orU, ClaU p County, Ort-g n will woecsl to mN at public mie.ton. id prvfiviy to th b:?:iKt blvM,ir Unrefor. to py suid nt and cosrs ana ePi' of sale. Said sale to be for rnlted States gold and sIUyit coin. DuteJ Astoria, Crc--n. Novembr 1, 1SSC C. W. LJl'OHERV, Chief of PoTW of ie City Aptoria CHIEF OF POLICE SALE. Notice Is hereby Triven tfbat by virtue of a warrant Issued by the Auditor and Police Judge of the City of Astorfi to m directed, darted Uhe 17th day of Octo- ocr. tu, ami against C. W. FuCton 14, J. C. Dememt Ctarrnrmnitdlng ms to tevy upon Lot No. 7, m mioc No. 57, MoClurs'e Astoria extend ed by Cyrus Olney, and collect the ment ttxrson, amounting to tlB.Tt, for the conmrucTion of a eewer on 13th streeL I hars Bhia day levied upon Md de- XTtr property, and en the ITth day el December, 1S!, at I e'clook p. m. ef sale dUy, at the court hoiuM door m the eaiy of Astorta, Clatsop County, Oregon, Kill proera to sM at pub he auction, said prapmny to the hlshwfi bklicr therefor, (o pay sua aarcaament and ooata and xpmws or sale. Said sale to be for "nita states golj and silver cola. Datod Astorta, Ovsron. November 't 1895 w. LOUOHERy. fhlef of Ponce of the City Aftorto A. V. ALLEN, TEAlfrRIN Groceries, FKwr. Feed. Provisions, Fruits Vegetables, Crockery, Glass and Plated Ware. LoeMrs'Surrlies. Cor. Cmil iid 5of Strwts. Astnr-i. Or, -IN- There are twines sold to fishermen on the Columbia river that stand ln Che same relationship to Marshall's rwine as a wooden image does , to the human being they lacg strength life -evenness and lasting qualities. Don't Palace Dining Room and Sleeping Cars. tol yolfspif Into the belief that other twines besides Marshall's will do "Just well" They won't. Thev cannot. Luxurious Dining Cars. Elegant Day Coaches. ALSO - Observation Cars, allowing Unbroken Views of Die Wonderful Mount ain Country. $5.00 and $10.00 Mired on all ti'-kctn Fan. Tnnrltt v th. best on ib fli. I quipments of tht- rery fines -ALSO- Canadian Pacific ROYAL Ml SIEilP HIE -TO- China and Japan. STEAMERS Telephone & Bailey Gatzert. "Telephone" leaves Astoria at 7 n. m daily (except Sunday). Leaves Portland at 7 a. m. dal'v.. . cept Sunday. "Bailey Gatzert" Ipbvph Astnrin t... day. Wednesday. Thursday, 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 saturdav at 11 o. m. C. W. STONE Agent China steamers leave Vancouver, B. C Empress of InJIa Emr-ress of Jwn -Empress of Chins En. rrss of India f-sip' of Jrn Empress of Ch ni Aug. th. Aug th, Spt i6th. Oct i4th. rov. nth, ROSS HIGGINS & CO Grocers, : and : Butchers Asturls and L'rrx-r Astuna FlBTasnJCorTf,s. TsMt t!kces Doaitjth " r mm. vrgrtsfm. Surar Cul Hstns. Bacon. Eir. Choice Fresh and Salt - Meats. Australian steamer lve Vanrn loin al tvery ssenth For ticket rates and information rail on or address JAS. FiNLAYSON, Acent, Astoria, fir VV. F. C.trs-n, Travelinsr, Pass. Aet, Geo McL. Brown, D st Pass. et. Sc. North Pacific Brecqery JOHN KOPP.Prnp Bohemian L.iger Beer And XX POrrrEH. Leave order arlth J. L. o. .v. SurmysdoV Baloon or Louis Botirt at the Ooamopotltaa SaJooa. All rrf. Vancouver. B. C b promptly attcoded to.