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TIIK DAILY AHTORIAN, TUl'KNUAY MOIlN.NO, MAY 21, 18. Tide Table HIIIM IUTK. FrMuy . ..... Sut iiriln v . Hl'N 1AY .... M 1 1 I y Timsilay . . SVihIiii'mInx. . Tlinrwlar Friday hat unlay MMAY .... Monday ...... Tiii-s.lay AVp.liiea.Uy,., Thursday Friday rlattirday MNPAY MntnUy Tmwlay ViHttii'xIuy . Thursday , , . Friday haliir.Uy MNDAY... Monday 1'iii'nUy V(ijinilny, , , TlmifrUy Friday Malunlav M .NDAY .. MATTIJKH MAIIIMJ. AluvvmonUol nnaala nl Hunt nil i:laolterv. 'I'll. ntMiinl liner Allium I iluo (rum Vluliiiim Nalurdny. lu.Milr elilpnuiiis voniinu hay. 'I'll Ixtrksiillii I'mtluitil linn mnalird looting Mi,uw i,t lur HkUoihIo In tii metiupolie, Tli l.rHlali alilp balloi'liinyle jrtaiiiily completed raiao of l.MJ.uuu I ml lur All lulugnalA, Chile. I'll iHistord will lin loadin Itiimadialcly. Tli Vldells, wlilih la lying in III a (room, lll go up In a (aw Uar and load lumber lur Ifcxlvialo. Tt auum.hip ('olumtita arrived ,'rr ley Irum sun rramieto wan a Imge jiumuer ui pajaMlila anil i'oii.l,l,tul.i freight. 'I'll tvaael had Ilia lolluwln (or J'M-Und. uukra augar; i culimJ auwila. In Iwaa niaU lira, II taa.ll kHiK Uiaclilliua. a, Ixtaa Iron. I kr ria, aixlii mid saJI (Nckr of oili er rur'liaoilia; fur Aaiuiia, 10 muia rltr. . t tai'kaM grutorlF, tut boar uap and tM M'liaa oilier ttiorvhatidlM. A(lr dlarharging har Aalurla (rvlglil. Hi Col Uiuula lad up m rlvtr, TIM nlpanwr Bifnal artivaat down from J'lirtUml )rlrday. HIM had vn I'mn- lu Und at Ihia burl, and in ru(ir of fraud, ale. cauaad a duuM In Ih ilnd u( a grval many aa -lu wbaihar or nul llw paaan(ni 04ld b partnKUd lu land. NularlthataJtding ihoaa alarlllna' runiura. aimia of Ih leading rlillrn ol Aalurla ara nul yat larrorlXMl, and yaa 4rday Idnnunad and rurruhuratad uy lliolr aulrmn aalb Ih (landing of Hi C'hlnaaw Jnarrfcanta bo hava dun bual na in Aalurla. All bul on of Ih pa oflirar ar landed. Ih faUnwllvg having a)wmi a (rlinrvaea: Walaon J. Hln dar. ' J Curila, J. H lOgglna. D. Mluart Jr.. Krank I'tuu. a rjmon, II. C. Thontpaon, Hun. laaao llargman. Jama AlrCany. Millard T. Ilard-aly. u. V. fur tr and K ), Kdwartla. Th kUgnal ha lakMt In a larga numlwr of rana, and will prubauly lav out today. Th Taooma Maar aay: 'I'M attain rhuunr AIIHon, Capiain IJrulgiilal. ar rived on Ih Hound Monday (rum Cook'i Ihlel. having mail 0 llw Maau In arvan data The AIIHon waa Ih nral alaam Veawl In ruarh Hit Mil rrvrk Ihl a aun Hha rraihed Hi Inlrt May 4, ami th nrt day waa at Tumagaln Arm dis charging har paaaangar. Tnr u floalltig li- In th Inlet aa Ih vraapl want up. On May I". a Ih Aiolon waa coming out, ah mat th eteamrr I'lopla ndle off Kaat roroland. going up to lUaurrn Hon rreok. Th t'lopla had all Ih Ijikniaa pawnger. aa wtl a h.r own. Th vitamer ilenaral Oanby and acveral m hoimira were at Cual bay wall ing for Ih li lo dlaappear from Ih Inland! waler. Th only bul lo rvarh Ih head of Ih Inlet before Ih AlMon a th lltll whooner Vola. which dlachargil her pa aeiuier and ram out a tho atramer went In. After th AIMun had dla rhurged, th whooner Klla Juhnaun mail tha head of the Inlet and unloaded hrr freight and paaaenger. Th now at Mix Mile creek waa ill fet deep when the Alblun put her paa BKitaera aahnr. Th captain of Ih Al bion wllmate that tdm wopl hav gon to th Inlet thla aoaaon. Nothing had len heard at Ih Inlet of th nchuoner I.lnroln. avral week nventua Iher from Beattle with peen ger and freight. Keara werw alao . entertained for Ih lirlgantln Hlukeley. which left Tacoma for Ih Inlet and which had not been heard from. Hh w overloailed. It la aid. In rrard lo the troulil lielwecn th Ijikm and I'topla and Ihelr iwaaengeni, t'Mplaln Unduulat aayt: "Th Ukm iwopl. when they thought they could not get up 811 Mile creek, wanted their laa.'iigira to laud at Coal bay. but Ih paaaxngeni rvfitard and threatened tu hang th men who prop'cd Then a contract at ft a dny mud with the I'topla lo Hike them up Ih creek, Th Miopia, hud trouble, wvernl alrlki nniong Ihe handa, paaarngvra kicking that they hadn't enounh to Ml, and on dny the galley caught fir and did a lot of damage. Hut of my piiaaengcra presented me with a reaolullon of thank when they landed." The Albion experienced good weather on tha nllro voyage. Among her down want paaaciiger were 11. I'enock nnd Dr. Wallnr, member of th purly which want to th Inlet on tho atenmer Kxcol alor laat March. Mr. IVnonck rvporta thl oeciiua of th romiirkiihle Mnda of coal mad at Coul bay whlln th mlncra were wiiltliut for the lea to move out of th Inlet o Ihcy co"' Pu,h on 10 Turn ugitln Arm, many of thorn hv decided not to go further. They bellev the coal mine nr a wealth In Ihcmaelvea. Mr, I'ennock n he Iwllev hi party ha atruck a plc that will put tha fnmoti fonatock mine In th hnd. Ha ny they hava locate.! olulm all over a mountain, which they have figured will yield to the aquar yard. Ha aaya th party will all muk a fortune there. Mit advlaea no ona to go to th place iinlea he liun money and a flrt-clHM outflt, It I only a bulnei venture. Th home taken to tha Inlet on the Kxcellor were a great wonder lo th native, If all tha earn, a illght cold. MiiRMt 4 lung or vr cough. On Mlnuta Cough Cura banlha thm. CHUIICH MUSIC. Aitorla, May M, 19. Editor Antorlan:- ' I ventura to aond you enclosed clipping from th laat number of the "Trinity rarlHh" pnM?r. Portliuid. because it con tain aome merited prula for a former fellow-townsman, and also bocaus of In valuable sugestlon In tha line of ohurch If you want a sure relief for limbs, uae an Allcock's BKAR in Mind Not one of tlons ii at good as the genuine. for May, 1896. WATKM, MlW WTKH. a. M. J I'. M. l A. M, C, M. II. III. I ll. ll. III. I fl. III. III. I It. I'll. III. I (L, I It (Ml H H 1 4 117 . II ft III iM I) II l IH H.jj u aw h.'j ft ;ih ! H.4 11 iu 114 11 i;i a r i a 4 Ml 7 11 1! i 1 11. ;i o in o . I 4 Mini 7.0 7 41 0.4 (I ;w il.O I mi O H ft 7 vi h 11 : h (mi 1 11. (i a 111 a. 1 a on l.a 11 n vi) 11,1 ! 11 'iiii 7.11 nm a. 6 mm i. 7 U IH II. H . 10 iki 7. a 8 r.4 i) 4; 1.7 H In i!H II ft HI IKI 7 ft 4 4-1 1.4 4 iM l.U U II 17 (1.5 , It mi 7.H A III 11. , ft U a. I 10 1 1 lift 11.11 1 1 1 JJH HO 5M 0 6 ft 411 a. 4 11 () :in 0.7 1 (i w 0,11 : u u a. 7 la III M.a, I IK 0.7. 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Mahler, look rlmm of th service on Ih aeconil Hiinilny after healer Mr. I.laliler aldlliy aa an or ganiat la aaay lo he recognised, and Ih cunduul of III choir, after Olio week' training, warrant confidence thai lie has ripioj ability aa a choir trainer. Th rector and vesiry recognls that In the past three ha been but llllle iooHrailin with lha choir ami choir maaier on Ih part of lha congregation, ami but lllll Internal aipreaard, save In th form of criticism, ll Is hoiwd I lint III th futurf th numl-or i at Hut ark aom praonAl arqiinltitanc with the leader and memlier of th choir, In cluding, of coura. Ih boy, and will alo do whatever lie In their power to aaalat In Ih devalopmeiii of a good choir and a beautiful musical servlc. It Is not meant by ihl to emlurraxs Mr. Lighter by manifold suggestions and superabun dant dvlc, although w doubt not h will alway b ready lo receive augges lions whlcti ala from knowledge or de liberal thought and opinion. II muel u remembered, howfvtr, I hat Ih choir master la In charge under lha rector, and IIm rector himself la entirely un willing to aak any rhiNTmaalar lo devlat from his own Judgment In any matter outsld that general and fundamental plan of the parish music. If you can sins;, offer your vole subject to Ih ac ceptance of th choirmaster. If you can obtain a good vole for th choir, do not fall lo tweur It In any case, do your part In Ih congregation by parttclpallag In all tho part a of th cervlc which belocg lo Ih congregation. Trier I no on but ran aay 'Amen' on a not. Whil musical perfection and af ethnic beauty Is most earnestly sought. It must be rvmemWred, bawever, that thry ar sought, not aa In a concert, but aa means to a devotional arvlr.M ROYAL Baking Powder hsi been awarded highest bonort at avery worttfa fair wbara axhlUtad. NEW I.IKE HAVlSd BTATIUN. Cae KlanpiKilnimenl llulldlrw Occu pied by the t'rew Yriterday. Th Call. Th bulldlnga for th houalng of th Ufa-saving crew, with all necraaury sppll snces, at Cap Disappointment. Ilaker bay. were (omially turned over to the government by the contra. Iocs last week, and the hew crw will take churg Mon day. Tli bill authorising- a station at Cap IHsapiadtttmenl was passed by congress nearly Iwrlv month ago. but th de lay Incident to government work pre vented th contractor. Nichols A Crou Iher. Tacoma. front beginning oprratlone until a few weeka ago. The am I Ion constats of a main one and a half story frame structure, sufficiently commodious to accommodate not only tha keeper and crew, but such belated travelers as may chance their way. The construction of the dwelllnr throughout Is designed to make a tight and warm structure, avoiding Inclosed air spaces, relying upon an Increased thickness 01 non-cuiiducling matclinl to awonipllah thla result. Th floors ara double, Willi felt between the under ami upikt floor. Just In the rear of th main building la a small one-story frame structure with aula This will be used as a workshop ami storm cloihea room. In front of th commodious quarters of the keeper and crow Is tha oarthouse, used for the stor ing of llfe-eavlnir apparatus. To the light of this cart house Is a well equip ped launching waya, rendering It possible to launch a boat In any kind of weather. All tlw blulillhgs dceciihed ara built on a wharf which extend some distune Into th bay. The station st Cape lMaapiiolnlmcnt coat complete IHOuii, the aiamrntua and Interior furnishing eating up ll.iMU of this sum. The station at Yaqulna buy has recent ly been rctlttcd and la now manned by a full crew. Ilmiulry by wire yesterday revealed the fact that the new biilldln. will not lie ready hefnr August for the crew A llttla III, then a little pit. Th III ha gone, th pill has won. DaWltt'i I.lltlo Karly Klsfr ar th little pills that our (real Ills. Chaa. Rogers. It acta ao that nono of Ita strength Is lost Dr. t'rlce's Unking I'owder. MENU FOK FRIDAY. "To mould mankind at will nnd shape their acts, First dine them well and they'll become as wax." Breakfast. Fruit. Broiled Mackerel. Mince of llrnlsed Ileef. Buked Potatoes. Cream Muffing. Coffee. Luncheon. Cold Sliced Beef, Mustard Sauce. Parker House Rolls. Lobster Salad. Dinner. Clams. Consomme Julienne. Plain Waffles. Filets of Salmon a l'ltullenna. Boiled Rica. Calf's Brains en Matelofe. Beefsteak. Rearaula Uauco. Bplnach au Croutons. Roast Turkey. Boiled Bread Pudding. Coffee. pain in the back, tide, cheat, or Porous Plaster the host of eounterfelU and lmita A I It I N') TIIW nHnrtiOTIIKH A Hlii.lefit of Household llvxlene Ijiys Down a Programme for Health, Hkchungit. " "HlH'nklng of lha household hygiene," an Id an eurnest young mother the other day, "the mora Itilcrcslod I ln.com In Hint u weal hm ami lb ninr deeply I look Into It the mora I am uonalrulmd lo be lieve that an amusingly small peni.-ntsKc of houaewlve. even In ihls enlightened sge, have the fnlnle.t knowledge of It, slid that they ciiiiaeijui'titly lull aim gethcr to practice what I call the most beauliriil of all lha arts known to women. I know there's a vagu Idea among read lug people that III modern housewife Is thoroughly up In her domesiln sclenca book, bul If you will put your Iwsd out of tli bedroom window of sny city house, or country house, either, for that mat ter, thee (spring mornings you'll se a toiul absence In nlns out of evsry len of those alMMles of tha practice of h first principle) of household hyglen. which has to I mi enacted ss soon as th family Is up, by (Una lug Iho bedroom windows wld open, pulling every piece of bedding apart separately and placing It In a position where th air may pass over It freely and rsrry off th odor that hv collected In Ih night "Then, too, on must never turn th mallrea at flrat. for that Imprleona the foul air and retains It Indefinitely, but It should always lie dislodged from lis regular place on Iho spring end brought a Utile nearer the windows If poaslbls. The pillows should be placd In a good position lo get th air, and they are U-tter stripped than covered, bul this Is th oris element of bedroom hygiene that the old-fashioned houeekecper eeeine to omlereiand. Hhe know I hat Ihe father III pillow 'die,' lhl Is. they become hard ami packed. II not con aianlly exposed lo Ih air. I have some women try to effect a comprml In the matter of airing Ihelr hedroume by.loiiiailiig the blanketa double against something, but a measure half-hearten aa this Is of llllle use. He.1, lulhlng, lo lie aired properly, must lie siiread out singly, ami Ih oftener It goi out on Ih clotheallrte th beltr for Ih healih and comfort of the sleer. ' 'Make uch a lot of xtra dally work,' you ssyT Of course It does, but what doesn't make work, that reaulls III any aort of good achievement T Nothing In Ihe domestic, world, at least. Th lavish spreading out or le.lilothin make a rcat deal of sweeping ncres ary. hecsuee It dlelodge every particle of dut. Bedroom kept In th old way need very little care, brcauao, as the bedding la never removed and iho sir never admitted, the dual laya wher It collect and wher It tan do th mot harm. 'The enlhualaallo household hygienic student knows thst she must sweep her waii thoroughly once a week with a soft brush or a clean cleth pinned securely over a broom. She knows that ah must not let thick dust collect on th backs of furniture, nor on th ledge over the door and windows, because th In male of th room ar conatantly lak lit the particle Into Ihalr lung. Bh know that lightly laid bedroom carpet ar a menae to the family health, and that all bedroom floors should be thor oughly washed at least one a week. If th floor ara covered with matting they hould be washed In salt water, but th painted floor, with small, loo rug, easily shaken and purtried. ia most desir able. Wire bedsprtngs should b well dueled weekly with a clean cloth, and wher th under elds of th bed to ot wood ll should be washed frequently with ammonia and water, Ihe crevlcee requiring apeclal attention and frequent drenching with Insect poison. Onca a year, at Iraat. every quilt and blanket sholud be thoroughly washed and dried In the sunshine." Children Cry for Pitcher's Castorla. Itlma.vk la only a strong man ay fit and tarta now, and shows unmisukiibH signs of his age, though his mental fac ulties are unimpaired. Ills worst foe Is his neuralgia, and his hardest battle la to keep his dally number of pipes of tobacco down to a minimum. Tak a do of DeTvln s utile Early Rlssra )ut for th good they will do rou. The lllll PHI ara good for In digestion, good for headache, good for liver complaint good for constipation. They ar food. Chaa Roger. Watt Actually, on my uncle Penn ylvanla farm tha hills ar so steep tnat they have to sow the seed with a ahut- gun. roll Indeed? rv got a m te al ana ry unci In Africa who has been sowlrujr the seed of the gospel with a repeating rifle for th last ten years. Indianapolis Journal. Burns ara absolutely painless when De Wltt'a Witch Haas) Salve la promptly applied. This statement la true. A pre fect remedy for akin dlseaaea. chapped handa and lips, and nvr falls to our pile. Chaa. Borers. Daniel M. Delaney, who first raised the American flu: In Alaska, died In Hun Francisco last week. He waa a drum malor all through th war and remained In that buslncea until his death. Children Cry for Pitcher's Castorla. Th wife of Senator-elect Foraker, ot Ohio, and hnr three daughtera are en thusiasts on th bicycle. They will take their wheels with them to Washington when the senator's official term begins. It' lust aa y to try On Minute Cough Cur as anything els. It' easier to our a saver cough or cold with It. 11 your next purchase for a cough be Ona Minute Cough Cure. Better, medi cine: bettfr result; better try lu Chaa. Rogar. "Tour husband painted th house this spring hlmseir, didn't he?" "Well, yes, I suppose he got some ot the pain on the house, but you wouldn't think so If you could ca his clothe." Buffalo News. DeWltt's Sarsaparllla Is prepared for clranslna tha blood. It builds up and strengthen constitutions Impaired by disease. Chaa. Rogers. rousts Hullo, old man! Brings Ex cuse me, sir; you have the advantage ot me. "Yea, I guess I have. We were eniriK(Hl to the same girl, but you mar ried her." Yonkers Slntesman. Or. Price's Cream Baking Powder Contain a Ammonia or Alue. At the Matrimonial A-cm'a. "Do you think we shall suit each other?" "Splen ally I Tou possess a very line loud voice and aha Is terribly hard ot hearing." Plaudorecke. Pure blood means good health. De Witt' Sarsaparllla pu rifle th blood, cur Eruption. Ecsema, Scrofula, and all diseases arlalng from Impure blood. Chaa. Rogers, , She What I object to in a bonrdlrur house Is the lack of tone. He O, ha! You haven't heard the jrlrl In the next room slnitlrut "When Summer Cornea Again ?" Judy. It Is not a miracle. It won't cure everything, but It will cure piles. That's what DeWltt's Witch Haiel Salve will do, because It has done It In hundreda ot caaea. Chaa. Rogers. He She has such a sad face. She 1 should say It would make any one sad to have such a face. Lite. Busy people have no time, and sensible people have no Inclination to use a slow remedy. One Minute Cough .Cure acts promptly and gives permanent beneflta. Chaa. Rogers. What is fc.ia'afcai a. lsa,wa.as1aiaafcqaaaiaaaiaa ii am iiiia.a i ai Cttatorla is Dr. Samuel Pitcher's prescription for InflnU nnd Children. It contain neither Opium Morphine nor other Narcotic substance. It la harmleM lubstltut for 1'aregorlc, Drop. Soothing Bjrrupn, and Cantor Oik It U rioMant. IU guarantee i thirty years' use by Millions of Mother. Caatona destroy Worms and allays fererishneas. Castorla prevents vomiting Sour Curd cure Diarrhoea and Wind Colic Caatoria relieve teething troubles cures constipation and flatulency. Coatoria asaimllatei the food, regulates the stomach and bowels, giving healthy and natural steep. Ca toria to the Children's Panacea the Mother's Friend. Castorla. "Caatorta Is aa ezcrllrat mrdlclo br cfcll dna. Mot hers hsv repeatedly told as of Its food tfipst apoa Ibrir chlMtes." In. O. C Osgood, , LoweU, Mass. "Castorla Is th beat remedy for children of Which I am acquainted. I hope Ih day I sot far distant when mothers will con alder tb real Interest of their children, sad as Csstorla Instead of tb various quack Bostraau which ar destroying their loved oaes, by forcing opium, morphia, soothing syrup sad other krtfttl areata down their throats, thereby sending- Uws lo prematura (raves.1' Pa. ;. r. aiscasLoa, Coo amy. Ark. The Centner Company, TT Regular Republican TICKET Sttte Ticket. For Supreme Judg. R. B. BEAN. For Representative in Co ogre -Ssoood District W. a ELLIS. For District Attorney, T. J. CLKKTON. County Ticket. For Representative. WJI. r. aleORBGDR. FRANK U PARK3R. For Sheriff. JAKES W. HAKB. For County Clerk. F. L DUNBAJL For County Reoorder. C S. 0UNDER30N. For County Commissioner. I HOWELL LEWIS. For County Treasurer, a U WARD. For Superintendent of County Schools. i. Q. BCHMID. For County Assessor. C W. CARNAHAN. For County Coroner. RICHARD RICHARDS. For County Surveyor. N. D. RAYMOND. Astoria Precinct. For Justice of tha Peaoa. JOHN ABERCROMBIE. For Conatable. FRED WICKMAN. I873 tog Fisher Brothers, Sell ASTORIA Lubricating OILS A Specialty Ship Chamlolery. Hardware, Iron & Stel, Coal. Groceries & Provisions, Flour A Mill Feed, . Taints, Oils, Varnishes, Loggers Supplies, Fairbanks locales, Doors & Windows, Agricultural Implement Wagons tft Vehicles. STEAMERS Telephone & Bailey Gatzert. Telephone" leave Astoria at 7 p. m. dally (except Sunday). Leave Portland at 7 a. m. dally., ex cept Sunday. "Bailey Gataert" leavea Astoria Tues day, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday morning at iM a. m.; Sunday evening at T p. m. Leave Portland dally at I p. m., ex oept Sunday. On Saturday at 11 p. m. WALLACE MAUZERY, Agent Cheap Clothing The Hop Lee Oothtnf Factory and merchant tailors, at iH Bond street, makes undarolothlnc to order. Suit and trousers mad to fit perfectly. Btrary order punctually oa Urn and satisfaction ruaranteed, Good goods sold cheap. Call and be oonvlnoed. ROSS HIGGINS & CO Grocers, : and : Butchers Astorls and Upper Astoria Fins Teat and Coffen, TaMs Delkac'ei. DomssoV snd Troplcsl Fruits, Vegetables, Sugar Cured Hams, Bacon, Etc. Choice Fresh and Salt Meats. Castorla. "Casta! Is ao well adapted toehlUrr the I recommend it sa aopcrior to sny preecrtptioa knowa lo an." H. A. Aacwsa. If. D III to. OsJord It., Brooklyn, X. T. - "Oar physician la tb children's depart ment has spoken highly of their experi ence In Ibrir oatsid practice with Castorla, and although era only save among ear medical uppUc what is knowa as regular products, yet we ar free to confess that the ascrtts of Csstorla baa won as to look with favor apoa tt." I'Mrrao HoartTAb Airs DnraaeaaY, i Au4U C Satm, prm. Murrey Street, New York CHy. a ana ass aa a a) NOTICE OF A88Kb8MLNT ON EIOHTEENTH BTttKET. Nolle la hereby given that th assess ment made by ordinance No. 7US. of the city of Astoria, confirming th saaea maot on roll No. It, for th improv uent of aUghtaaiitit suoet, from th aouth aid of Kxchang streot to -ii o.ith aid of Oraod avenue. In tha city of Astoria, will be du and payabl on Ji luth day of Juna, IM. la Ltuted Statee gold or sliver ootn, at tb ottic of tb city traaa urer, and U not ao paid within or before aid l!m tl common council will order warrant Issued for th collection of th am. The ajweawment ia aa follows: fstr Brown, lot , block IX Shlv. ly's Astoria IMS Tbee Bracker, und half N 100 feet lot 1. block II. Shlvely's Aalort. T N Tbeo Bracker, und half N lot teat lot t. block It. Shlvcly'a Astoria & a) Magdalena at. Classen, E halt lot a, block It, Blilvoly's Astoria U tilen 8. Cherry, lot L block VX Hhlvely'a Astoria mm Vim. Dooch, 8. W feet lot i. block 14, Hhlvely'a Aatona 10 70 Wm. iMich. N 41 feet lot 10, block 14, Srdvely's Astoria I o Wm. Uench and Katl Frunelo- vlch, a I feet of N. W feet lot O, block li Bbtvely's Astoria I 00 Wm. lx-nch and Katie Franeto- vich, a. t feet of N. 5u feet lot 11. block 14, Shively' Astoria 1 M Koard ai Blokes Co., lot -4 block llx, Shlvely's Astoria U 10 Flanlsh U E. Church, trustees, 8. So foet of N. tuj leet lot 11. block 14, Dhlvely's Astoria. a tt Finnish L. E. Church, trustees, 8. jv fevt of N. 1-JV feet lot li block 14, bhlvely's Astoria 74 ft Kate Kranetovlch, 8. fevt of K. !u feel lot 10, block It, Shltvly's Astoria la Tho. Houston, lot t block 112, Bhlvely's Astoria 9 Ot tiertrud Harder, E. half N. 10 feet lot t, block It, Bhlvely's As toria 10 7u Sarah Harder, W. half N. 100 feet lot t block 14, Bhlvely's Astoria 10 70 Sarah J. Harder, W. half lot 10. block IU, Bhlvely's Astoria 14 Co Alary L. Harder, K. half lot 10, block 113, Shlvely'a Astoria 14 60 Herman Marks, W. half lot I, block 13. Bhlvely's Astoria 11 06 Abram K. Salt, a 1(10 feel lot 10, block 14, Bhlvely's Astoria a tt A. Schernekau, und half N. 100 feat lot 1. block 14, Bhlvely's Astoria.. 74 M A. Schernekau, und halt N. IM feet lot 2. block 14, Bhlvely's Astoria., a 40 John Vraglnsan, S. 60 feet lot L block 14. Bhlvely's Astoria 74 M John Vraglnsan. S. SO feet lot X block 14, Bhlvely's Astoria a 40 F. 8. Webber, north 41 feet of lota U and 12. block 14. Shlvely'a Astoria. 16180; the sum of t&So on th 10th day of June, im, and tha sum of $6.58 on th 10th day of June In each and every year there after for nine years, together with Inter est on th total amount unpaid at the rate of I per cent per annum, said Inter est to b paid at the tlmo of tha pay ment ot each of said Installments. O. Zlgler, tou 11 and 12. block 111, Shlvely's Astoria, SS1.S0; the sum of S2C.15 to be paid on the 10th day of Juno, Itjsaj, and the sum of S26.1S to be paid on tb loth day of June In each and every year thereafter for nine years, together with Interest on the total amount unpaid at the rate of 8 per cent per annum, said Interest to be paid at the time of tha payment ot each ot said Installments. Abble A. Douglass, lot 7, block 13, Shlvely's Astoria, $150; the sum of 115 on the 10th day of June, 1, and the sum of 115 on the inth day of June In each and every yenr thereafter for nine years, together with Interest on the total amount unpaid at the rate of 8 per 'cnt per annum, said Interest to be pnld at tho time of the payment ot nach of said Installments. W. L. Gibson, south SO fee tof lots 11 and 12, block 14, t71.4n; the sum of 17. lb on the 10th day ot June, 1896, and tha sum ot 87.15 on th 10th day of June In each and every year thereafter for nine years, together with Interest on the total amount unpaid at tho rate of 8 per cent per annum, said Interest to be paid at tha time of the payment of each of said installments. Nancy Welch, lots 4. t and 8 of block IS, Shlvely's Astoria, 218.80; the sum ot $24.61 on the 10th day of June, 18M, and the sum of 824.Q on tha 10th day of Juna In each and evey year thereafter for nine years, together with Interest on the total amount unpaid at the rate of 8 per cent per annum, said Interest tobe paid at the time ot the payment of each of said Installments. Nancy Welch and James W. Welch, lots 4. 6, 8, 7. 8 and of block 11, Shlve ly's Astoria, 8198.68: the sum of 819 86 to be paid on the 10th day ot June, 1896, and the sum of $19.36 to be paid on the 10th day of June In each and every year thereafter for nine years, together with Interest on the total amount unpaid at the rate of 8 per cent per annum, said Interest to be paid at the time of the payment of each of said Installments. By order of the common council, dated May 12, 1896. H. E. NELBON, Auditor and Police Judge. Parties desiring the best of Job printing at th lowest prices should call at the Astoria job office before going elsewhere. THE AIMJVli PICTURE DOES NOT REPRESENT A passenger train on th Chlcag", Mll wauke and St. Paul Railway. No. Ita tarlna art reallbuled, heater by steam, and lighted by electricity. Each sleep car berth has an eleotrio reading lamp Its dining cars ar th best In th world, and It coach ar palace on wheels. Thla great railway, connecting a It do with all transcontinental line at St Paul and Omaha, assure to th tsrvallng public th beat servlc known. Tickets via th Chicago, Milwaukee and RL Paul Hallway ar on sale at all railroad ticket office lo any point In Ih United Hiata or Canada. For maps, folders and other Information, addr. C. 1. EODT, General Agent, . W. CARET, Portland, Or Trav. Paae end Tkt. Agent, Portland, Or. E. flcNElL, Receiver. fo) ft ni Givea Choice of Jmo Transcontinental KOUieB, Via Spokane and St Paul. Via Ogden.Denvei and -Omaha or St. Paul. Pullman end Teurlat 8ee,era fre fteaitnjng Chlri Otr Astoria to San Francisco. Columbia, Thursday April 2L Stat of California. Tuesday, April XL Columbia, Sunday, May 8. 8 tat of California, Friday. Mar 1 Columbia, Wednesday, May 11 Bute of California. Monday, May 11 Columbia. Saturday, May 28. State of California. Thursday, May tt Astoria and Portlnd Steamer. T. I. POTTER Leaves Astoria dally, except Sunday, at 7 p. m. ; leaves F onload dally, except Sunday, at 1 a. aa. B. B. THOMPSON, Leavea Astoria dally, except Sunday at 8:41 a. m.; leavea Portland daily, except Saturday, atlp.it For rates and general Information can 00 or address G. W. LOUN8BERRT. Agent W. H. HURLBDRT, Geo, Fas. Agt Portland, Or. Are You Going East? Be sure and see that your ticket reads via THE NORTH-WESTERN 1 LINE. CHICAGO. ST. PAUL, MINNEAPOLIS eod OMAHA RAILWAYS.. Thla la th GREAT SHORT LINE Betweea DULUTH, ST. PAUL, CHICAGO And all Points East and South. Their Magnificent Track, Peerless Ves tlbuled Dining and Sleeping Car Trains and Motto: "ALWAYS ON TIME " Have given this road a national reputa tion. All cusses of passengers carried on the vestlbuled trains without extra charge. Ship your freight and travel over thla famoua line. All agents hava tickets. W. H. MEAD, F. C. SAVAGE, Gen. Agent Trav. F. and P. Agt 248 Washington at, Portland, Or. Once in a while it happens that the local ticket agent cannot give you all the Information you require. When this Is the case, writs to me. I have copies ot the latest rate-sheets and railroad time-tables and can tell you EVERY THING you want to know about the beat and cheap est way to reach Omaha, Kansas City, St Louis, Chicago or any other southern or southeastern city. A. C. SHELD0X, G.A. rortliid. Oregoa. Wat H DM-tOttOBOfJt irmfxiy lor woDorruBat, Gleet, 8pmtorrhov, White-, unnatural dia cnargoa, or any mnamma lion, irritation or ulcera tion of ma com mem ft), farufta. ISoo-aatrinriut. or nt In slain wrapper. by e-priMta, prepaid, fui 1 .ol ur 3 bottUM. 40.75. Circular awn on nqoeat, A. V. ALLEN, DEALER IN Groceries, Flour, Feed, Provisions, Fruits Vegetables, Crockery, Glass and Plated Ware. Loggers' Supplies. Cor. Tenth and Commercial streets. f lali.a.i Oaafaam M .f a 1. mitotan. S WPia Manilla r.'.VEEal CMCe-'flll V" nicin.o . ' "1 PIIOPKSSIONAL CARDS, asAvr1eVaaVNaSVKaVaa'a,iaaNa JOHN T. LIGHTER, ATTORKET-AT-LAW. Office, upstairs, Astorlan Building. VR. EL.IV J ANSON, PHTBICIAN AND 8UI5l-X)N. ' Office over Gbu-n' drug store. Hours, 19 to 12 a. n.; 1 to I and I to 8 p. so. Hundaya, ll to Jl. t DR. O. B. E8TK8, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Special attention to diseases of woman and surgery. Office over Dsnslger store. Astoria. Telophon No. U. . JAT TUTTLE, If. D., PHTBICIAN, SIIROKON AND ACCOUCHEUR. Offlce, room I and 8, Pythian Building. Hour. W to 11 and I to I. KMldenee, tit Cedar street H. T. CROSBT, ATTORN BT-AT-LAW. 8C8 Commercial street. J. g. A. BOWLBT, ATTORNET AND COUNSELOR AT LAW, - - Office on Bond street, Astoria, Or. J. N. Dolph. Richard Nlioa. Chester V. Dolph. . DOLPH, NIXON DOLPH,. ATTORNETS AT LAW. Portland, trrgon, 24. 2S, M and 77, Hamilton Building. All legal and col lection buslny promptly attended to. CUlms against the government a spe cialty. SOCIETT MEETINGS. TEMPLE LODGE NO. 7, A. F. and A. M. Regular communications held on the first and third Tuesday fvpnlng ot each month. O. W. LOTJN8BERRT, W. M. E. C. liOMIEN, Secreury. MISCELLANEOUS. avVsaeVseNaaSwawSaasasaSasSaeiae W. C. CASSELL, DEALER IN REAL ESTATE. Notary Public. 71 Bond street WHEN IN PORTLAND-CsU on J no. P. Handler A Co.. 124 Third atnet. and get the Daily Astorian. Vial tors need not mis their morning paper whil there. J. A FAST ABEND, QENERAL CONTRACTOR. HOUSE, E5IDCE 8J!D DW BUILDER HOUBt MOVER. -Hoaa Mtrlif Teats ler Rart. ASTOSU After (Deals I Or at any other time when you wish a good cigar aak (or the well known, boms -made, band-made, whit labor cigar "La Bell Astoria" Conceded by all imokers lo be the beat eigar manufactured. W. F. SCHIEBE, 71 Nintl? Street. Asferla. Oraffaa. BREMNER & H0U1ES. Blacksmiths. ' Special attention paid to steamboat re pairing, flret-daaa horseshoeing, etc LOGGING Cm EOHK A SPECIALTY UT Olney street, between Third and and Foortb. Astoria. Or. B.F-fiIiIiEN'&SOH Wall Papar. Aftlats' MUarial. Palsls. Oils, Glass, etc Japsaas MaMsgs, Rags sad Bsstboe Goods 365 Commercial Street. , ASTORIA PUBLIC MEW READING ROOM PRE IS TO ALL. Open every day from I o'clock to 8 J8 and 8 JO to 8 JO p. m, Bubacrtptlon rates 88 par annum. 8.W. COR. ELEVENTH DUANB BTS. J. B. WYATT, Phea N. 64 Astsria, Oregea Hardware, Ship Chandlery, Groceries, Provisions, PAINTS and OILS. Special Attention Paid to Supplying Ships. Few Hen Would Ask for a Finer Dinner than those w serve. We're trying In (very way to make them the moat en joyable In town. All th "good things' of the season nooked by our sollant cook In th most delicious style. Per fect service. If you invite a friend to th Palace Restaurant th place Is e sufficient guar ante that h will recelv a good meal. . The Palace Restaurant THE BOARD OF TRADE PESTER DOURELL, Prop. ONLY THE FINEST LIQUORS. Cor. Tenth and Bond Street. They Lack Life There are twlnee sold to fishermen on the Columbia river that stand la the ,ame . relationship to Marshall's Twine aa a wooden Image does to the human being they lack strength Ufa evenness and lasting qualities. Don't fool yourself into the belief that other twines besides Marshall's will do "Just as wall." They won't They cannot.