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THE DAILY ASTOKIAX. FRIDAY MOUSING, JKXK lit, 111.
JOHN T. LIGHTER, Editor. Telephone No, 66. TEK.HS OP SUBSCRIPTION. DAILY. Beat by mail, per year !. Bent by mail, per month ft Delivered by carrier, per week .10 WEEKLY. Bent by mall per year. IS In advance, postal?. Tree, to subscriber. AU communication! Intended for puhll atton ahould b directed to the editor. Business communication! of all Vln.lt and remittances mutt be addressed to The Astorlan. The Astorlan guaranters to Its sub scribers the, largest circulation of any newspaper published on lh Columbia river. Advertising: rates can be had on appli cation to the business manager. The Weekly Astad&n. the second oldest weekly In the slate of Oivron, has, &' to the Portland Oregontan, the largest weekly circulation In the state. j no. F. Handley Co., are our Port land areata, and copies of The Asiorlan era be had every morning at their stand, Oi Third street "The silver men walked out, and the audience sans the Red White and Blue." McKlnlcy and Hobart. and Sound Honey forever: three cheers for the Red. White and Blue, The Republican party will carry every state In the Union this fall that has ever given a Republican majority. besides a few others It never carried before. The country, of course, will feel very sorry for poor Teller, but if he chooses to follow the way of the lamented Grwly It is his own folly and there Is ski law to prevent him. It wm probably be found, when the ides of November have come and pone, that it wasn't Colorado. Idaho, and Utah that walked outof the convention yesterday, but simply a trto or ptain Individuals named Teller, Dubois and Cannon. McKlnley and Hobart, on a platform af sound money, protection, reciprocity and restricted immigration, will have more electoral voies, backed by a lanc er popular majority, than lias ever been riven for any national ticket nominated since the war. Where protection Is likely to stand and free silver to fall is rn the United States senate, according to the best calculations. These are based on elec tions held and to come, and taking Into consideration the attitude of those who hold over in that branch. Twenty one of the forty-eight who voted for free coinage In February step down .March , while only nine opponents of the forty-nine go out Of the antls who remain, twenty-two are Republi cans and ten Democrats, who might be expected to oppose any tariff that might be Introduced by Republicans. Fourteen Democrats, eleven Republi cans, two Populists, two silver bolters, and a senator from Nevada make up the list of those whose terms are so soon to end, and their places have al ready been filled by the election of Alll . son, from Iowa, re-elected; Foraker, from Ohio, and Wellington, from Mary land all Republicans. Vermont, Con necticut, New Hampshire, Illinois and Pennsylvania are certain to choose members of the senate from the same party, with Delaware and Kentucky reasonably sure of doing the same, fac tional disputes alone preventing the latter states from so acting. The Re publican list may also be counted as being swelled by the action of New York, Wisconsin and Indiana legisla tures In place of Democrats: Kansas and South Dakota in place of Populists. With these sixteen senators there would be a total of thirty-eight protec tion and honest money votes, to which could be Joined ten anti-silver Demo crats. CARLISLE AND McKINLEY. Is it not a fact that If the gold stand ard Democrats had succeeded in elect ing a majority of the delegates to the Chicago convention they would have been delighted to nominate John G. Carlisle for president of the United States on a gold standard platform? Is it not a fact that John G. Carlisle was in favor of the free and unlimited coinage of silver before the ruinous effects of that course had been demon strated? Do not honest money Dem ocrats accept Mr. Carlisle's own avow al of his belief in the necessity of the gold standard? William McKlnley at one time be fore the effects of the unlimited coinage of silver had been demonstrated shared In a measure the former view of Mr. Carlisle, and voted with the majority of bis own party Jn congress on the moneyquesjlon. .Since the ruinous ef fects of the, unlimited coinage of silver became apparent William McKlnley baa not hesitated, to admit that his par ty was wrong for a time on that ques tion. Like John G. Carlisle, he has been, Blnce that demonstration, an un wavering advocate of the present gold standard, and Is an uncompromising advocate of its maintenance in the laws of the United States. If the national Democracy Is willing, as It is, to accept John G. Carlisle, why should its leaders not accept the decla ration of William McKlnley at the Marquette Club, Chicago? After the St. Louis convention and publication of McKlnley's letter of ac ceptance honest money Democrats will have no hesitation in supporting Wil liam McKlnley for president of the United States on the gold standard platform to be adopted at that conven tion. They will have to choose between and a candidate representing hatlona honor and Ion rents on a dollar on the gold basis, and a platform and a van dldate representing national shame an repudiation of 50 cents lit the American dollar. Every Democrat who would vote t Carlisle for president ot the I'ntted States will be without argument tv not voting for William McKlnley as agalnHt a Populist and repudlator run hlng fr president as a IVmovrnt. AN OKSERVF.U S VIEWS. Editor Astorian.1 I desire to express my apprwlati of the candid and unprejudiced course which your paper has pursued during the troubles inaugurate! by the fisher men's strike. While I am not In poHUm to judge as to the merits o the controversy. It aiior to mo that the Astorlan has been eminently fait and Impartial In Its treatment of both parties; certainly n.i right-minded per son can charge it with distorting th. facts of the situation, or In trying to excite public opinion to the prejudice of any one concerned. In this rvspec it stands In agreeable relief with the contemptible tactics of one or two o: Its contemporaries, who do not seem able to diMi.xgulsh between straight forward honesty and open rascality In their handling of a question fraught with so much of moment to the peopli of this city. If the Budget and the Herald think their time serving venality escapes the notice of the public, they raise their stupidity to the unenviable level ol their dishonesty. The undl??u!sed ef forts of one or both of these pitiable organs of crime and mendacity to make the most of the situation is as ap parent as their puerile attempts to exonerate the fishermen of all blame at the expense of the cannerymen. I has been thought that the province of a newspaper lies In printing the news, not in suppressing it In the Interest of this or that faction. The people of Astoria are too Intelligent not to know that the news cannot be suppressed The world is bound to know the truth about the strike situation here, and this being the rase, surely It is better to have It presented through the me dium of a reputable paper like the As torian, than through the devious and unreliable channels of heresay. or In the lying and disgustingly insincere pa' tols of a paper like the Budget. OBSERVER. REV. WALTER TALKS. Astoria, June IS, IS9& Editor Astorlan: Dear Sir: I deprecate very much that my name has been used in any way In connection with the present dis turbed conditions of our community But fifteen minutes after a man has expressed a sentiment on any subject here. If he shoald meet that same sen timent running around loose he would not recognise It The highest glory of all men Is self government especially In a Democratic country, and recognising this principle I. with all peaceable citlxens, deplored the arrival of troops, especially as the leaders of the Fishermen's Union said that Immediate steps were to be taken for the final settlement of the ques tlon. I said then, and say now, that if it is possible to settle this difficulty by the withdrawal of the troops, then the troops should be withdrawn with out delay. But I am not ready to de nounce as "Infamous" cr "outrageous" the actions of civil officers, the reasons for whose actions I may not under stand. J. J. WALTER. TWO LIVES SAVED. Mrs. Phoebe Thomas, of Junction City, III. was told by her doctors she had Consumption and that there was no nope for her. but two bottles Dr. King's New Discovery completely cured her, and she says it saved her lite. Mr. Thomas Eg- gers. 139 Florida street. Ban Francisco, suffered from a dreadful cold, approach ing Consumption, tried without result everything else, then bought one bottle of Dr. King's New Discovery and In two weeks was cured. He Is naturally tnariKiuL it Is such results, ot which these rae samples, that prove the won derful efficacy of this medicine In Coughs ana colas. Free trial -ottle at Chas. Rogers' Drug Store. Regular slxe 60 cents ana 11.00. The best house-cleaning In the world often glosses over the miscellaneous store of articles that secrete them selves In upholstered furniture. OLD PEOPLE. Old people who require medicine to reg ulate the bowels and kidneys will And the true remedy In Electric Bitters. This medicine does not stimulate and con tains no whisky or other Intoxicant, but acts as a tonic and alternative. It acts mildly on the stomach and bowels, add' lng strength and giving tone to the or gans, thereby aiding nature In the per- formance of the functions. Electric Bitters Is an excellent appetizer and aids digestion. Old people find It Just exactly what they need. Price 50 cents per bot tie at Chas. Rogers' Drug Btor. Old fashioned colors, old fashioned furniture, and old fashioned names are affected by women desirous of being considered good form. BUCKLEN'S ARNICA SALVE. The best salve in the world for Cuts, Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever Bores, Tetter. Chapped Hands, Chilblains, Corns, and All Skin Erup tions,, and positive cure for Piles, or no pay required. It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction, or money refunded. Price, 26 cents per box. Far sale by Chas. Rogers, Odd Fellows' building. The application of hot flannel cloths Is said to do wonders with those dark circles that will corne under tired eyes. Young mothers dread the summer months on account of the great mortality among children caused by bowel trou bles. Perfect safety may be assured those who keep on hand DeWltfs Coilc & Cholera Cure, and administer It promptly. For cramps, bilious colic, dys entery and diarrhoea, it affords instant relief. Chas. Rogers. A diamond bow knot Is a very pretty gift If the puree of the purchaser Is a good-sized one. There's more clothing destroyed by poor soap than by actual wear. "Hoe Cake" soap contains no free alkali and will not Injure the finest lace. Try It and notice the difference In quality. Ross, Hlgglns Co. $oae6ooooo60oeeoooooooe4eooo60oeo ! 6 The Best 2 SmoklngTobacco Made 8 6ooooooooaoeoooooooooooxooooo0ooooooooi The hand that used to rock the cradle now clutches the handle bar of the bi cycle. ROUND. ROSY FACES, Laughing eyes, frame full of vigor. and elasticity are blessings attainable by the cadaverous, the hnsgard. and the dyspeptic who try that wisest of exrterlments an ixoerlment whose . . , j . . . ..,.,.. uumnr .s it,,,,, ,o p, mj rlads via., a course of Hosteller's Stomach Bitters promptly hetun end steadily pursued. There Is no tonic om- parable to It in etneacy. none more i agreeable and speed!! v beneficial. The j nervous and dyspeptic, suffering from, malaria, rheumatism, constipation, bll- J lousness and kldnev troubles are rap- Idly aided by the Bitters, and It ls one of the best means of counteracting the effects of excessive bodily or mental fatigue, and exposure In wet or Inclem ent weather. Persons of sedentary habits find It a most useful vlvlfler and recuperator of exhausted energy. Use, It In order to sleep well, eat heartily .-j .ii ...... ... vi. . j, and digest thoroughly. Physicians ev- erywhere speak In high terms of It. The true woman never laughs when slighting remarks are made about her sex. Or. Price' Cream Baking Powdct Csatata no amwaoia ar Ahm, The woman who does not love flow- era and babies Is not worthy of the name. Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria. The widow's engagement ring, to be good form, la set with a chrysolite. Did you ever think how readllr ths blood is poisoned by constipation? Bad blood means bad health and premature old ml DetWItf'M TJttl VmcIw n,..n ,Ha fmmmtm 11 1 1 1 ., K.tMM.A . I .1 constipation. Chas. Rogers. Cute pots for Iced tea are now to be i found at the silversmiths. t,, v. ,.. r- Witt's Sarsaparlila purlflas the blood. cures Eruptions. Ecsma, Scrofula, and all diseases arising from Impure blood. Chaa, Rogers. ........ . The patent leather slipper never loses Its hold on feminine fancy. ROYAL Baking Powder has beea awarded highest honors at every world's fair where exhibited. Few women know what is required of them on a fishing excursion. Mrs. R. DeYoung, Mlddlevllle, la.. writes: I have used One Minute Cough Cure for six years, both for myself and children, and I consider It the quickest acting and most satisfactory Cough Cure have ever used. Chas. Rogers. The mohairs and bareges are oubtedly banishing the crepon. One swallow does not make Spring, but one swallow of One Minute Cough Cure brings relief. Chas. Rogers. Dnn't expect a lamp to act right if It Is not properly cleaned. Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria. The chemical blonde Is the name giv en to a bleached beauty. A. L. Wooster. ft nrnmlnen fltl--M . Osseo, Mich., after suffering excruciating ly i rum pnes ror twenty years, was cured In a short time by using DeWitt's Witch naxei oaive, an absolute cure for all skin diseases. More of thia niwum,,.. Is used than all others combined. Chas. Rogers. Wbea Baby was sick, we ga-e her Castoria, wT-MshewssaOiuAshscTlMforOusvoria. When she hecame Miss, she clung to Castoria. When she L 3illd o,sbega-them Castoria, Eczema Is a frightful affliction, but like all other skin diseases It can be perma nently cured by applications of DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve. It never falls to cure Piles. Chas. Rogers. One Minute Is the standard time, and One Minu-e Cough Cure Is the standard preparation for every form of cough or cold. It ls the only harmless remedy that produces Immediate results. Chas. Rogers. In the Spring a young man's fancy lightly turns to thoughts of DeWitt's Little Early Risers, for they always cleanse the liver, purify the blood and Invigorate the system. Chas. Rogers. It's all the same, a slight cold, congest ed lungs or severe cough. One Minute Cough Cure banishes them. All the patent medicines advertised In this paper, together with the choicest perfumery, and toilet articles etc., can be bought at the lowest prices at J. W. Conn's drug store, opposite Occidental Hotel, Astoria. ass" r To Co Given Away thin year in vahuWe articles to smokers of BlackvvciTs Conulno Durham Tobacco You will finl one coupon In side cuch -oimico bag;, and two coupon inside each 4-ounco bag. Huvalwtc,, rendthecoupou ami see how to get your share. NOTICE OF 1NTKNTION To Chang and Its-establish Iho tirade on Jerome Avenue, Between Tenth and Twelfth streets. In Mc Clure's Astoria. Nolle Is hereby given that the com mon council of the city of Astoria pro pose to change and re-establish Die grade on that portion of Jerome avenue. In MoClures Asto'ta. as extended and changed by Cyrus Olney. which Ilea be- I tween the West side of Twelfth street I and the east side of tenth street, at ths I following height above th. bus ol grades, as established by ordlnarce No. Tl' ""llled "An Ordinance to KstaMlsh a ...... I.. .K.. U . . J .. t0.w,t " " On the north side of the croslt,g of said Jerome avenue with Eleventh street, 0n ,ou,h ,M ()f ,1(, ,.,,,,, ls, feet. or,l,,f of -'' n coun.ll. i it F vri w Auditor and Police Judge. ALAMKDA AVENl'i: r.RADK NOTICE. Notice la hereby given that the com mon council of thr clir of Astorln pro- pose to e. Mlsh th irrd rn Alunotla I avenue. Ir lhat pan of ihe city known ! as I'nlontown. rt the f)iwlng height ahove ,he ,; of fn At the northeast corner cf bl -k t at S feet above the bas of gra.l.-, end at point directly opposlt.- and at right angles to the east line ot block I Hi S feet. At the southwest corner ot block 1. at O feet, and at a point directly opposite and at right angles to the west line ot block 1. at 43 feet, and at a point on the north aide of block If. directly opposite to the southwest corner of block 1, ana at right anglea to south line of block 1. at it feet. At the northwest corner of block It, at 44 feet. At the southeast corner of block 1 at 44 feet At the northeast corner cf block ID, at 45 feet, and at a pclnt directly opposite on the south side of block I and at right angles to the north line of block 18, at s I feet, and at a point directly opposite to the northeast corner of block Is on the west aide of block 15. and at right angles to the east line of block IS, at 46 feet At the Interesctlon of Al meda avenue with the east boundary of Taylor's As toria, at 4 feet At the northwest corner of block IS, at ' SO feSt ! A ,h ""thwest corner of block i, at i im. At the northeast corner of block 17, at 51 feet. At the southeast corner of block J, at ,81 feet. I And unless a remonstrance signed by ! ,n owners of thtee-fourths of the prop- nl fronting on saiti portion of ssm I XTeft b nir'1 ,h nu',,,or n'' l'- ' "ce Judge of said city within ten days l irom tne nnai puoucaiion or tnis nonce. 'the common council will establish' said , -mile. Dated at Astoria, Oregon, June 5. DM. H. E. NELSON. Auditor and Police Judge. eivtiTt. TRana . OISICM PATIMTa. COPYRIGHTS. ataJ ror mrnnnsnoQ ana rm HuulBuilt writs to 1U.NS to, asi baouwr. Ksw Vou. OTileat bureau for seciirtmr patent In Am.iies, Krery ruitenl taken out hr us It bmnht before Uie public by a notice given five of eastv la tbe tanrest rlilstl of anv s-mttfle paper fn the World. SplenJl(ilr tUutnu!. No lutrlljff.nl man thoota be without il Waekir, B.i.ooa J.r; SljoUimonihi A.l.li , MtrSs CU. psinstss, 21 Imadwaj, asw lore CHy, FOR. TILLAMOOK NEHALEM AND OTHER COAST POINTS STEAMERS R. P. Elmore W- H. Harrison Augusta.... OPEN FOR SPECIAL CHARTER Sailing dates to and lrom;Tlllaniook sod Nchalem depend upon the weather. For Freight and Passenger Rates Apply To ELMORE, SANBORN & CO. AOENTS ft Solentiflo America! Ajency for- iaVs sf I ' af v ' 0. R. A N. CO., Agents, Portland. HIIKKIrVH TAX BALK. I'y virion of warrunt Issued by th. county clerk of rintaop county, slat of Oregon, under Iho seal or said county ttiul state, on Ihe !tlh day of April A, I. ltl, and lo mo dlrvctod, commanding mo to levy upon the gomls and cliatlols of tlia dollmpiet litxpayvrs named lit th. dcltmiui'iit las roll of t'latsop county, slat, of Oregon, fur Hi. yvar Ivo, ihcrolo attached, and If none b found, then upon the rviil pruporty as set forth and described In said doliiiiucnt tux roll, or so much thorvof as shall b siitllclmi to satisfy Iho amount of turns so ohargvd thervln, tog.tlior tilt th. cost, and -t did, on tho ilnth ly of May, IMSi, Invy upon (having Uvn uuaM. to Itnd personal rierty sumclont out ot which to itwkv sold tuxt'xi tit. real r luiw sol opposite, tho names of th. re. speellw iHtrties, firms and corporations, contained In tho following lists, to s&t Isly Hut amount ol lake mid costs as sessed and chai'ito nguliut such persons, firms and corpurutloiis In th. said d Unguent tux roll, all ol said property being situate III said county and slats and dccrltcd on said dcllutpionl tax roll of said county and slat, fur said year, us follows, lo nil: Al'tr.rvmlile, Mury, lots I. i, sec IS. T i N, It l W, 70 aort's. 1 1 MVS 17 St Ahctvronihlv, l It., begin, on right bank of Jotnohs slough, SO rds. K. of N, . cor. of 8. K. I,: theme K. tl rds. lo left bank of Island slouch; thence down said slough 10 and Clarke river at mouth of John son's slough; Ihenco up right hunk of Johnson, slough to place of Ix'BlnnliiK. see. I, T. T N It. In VY li-luo acres: be gin at N K. cor. uf 8 K. i. sec, 11; tlieiu. 8. w rls. lo a crwk; Hi,', i.e westerly along said creek rd. lo fork of said ervek; tlvence N. to ,V. lino of 8 K. I of S K, I. seo. II; Iheuce N. 31 ft.: thence W. to W. linn of N.K. V of U.K. l. see. II; Iheiice N. to a lajlnt III cha K. of N, tine of 8 E. of suld sec.: Ihenco K. IU chs. ; thence N. 10 chs.; Ihonce E. 10 chs, lo tx-glnntiig. Hoc. II. T. 7 N,, U. 10 XV., li tS ucr'S. , 28 1J 44 Allen. Mrs, llrlditol. lots J, 4. I, Ik. h7: lot , llk. Mct'lure's Aslorln. as e l. by Cyrus Ol ney. Ill K K 01 Alexander, U., 8. XX , t,. Hoc. II. T. i N . It. XX ., I'll acres, til M ... 11 III Allen John, 8. o,' 8. li. V,. 8ec. 7, T. 7 N , It. XV., to acre., li.ll. I 77 Anderson, XX illlu.n, loia 1. 1. 1, 4. &, . 7. S. , U 11. 11 IJ, It, IS. 14, blk. t Hoe,ll addition, H 30. B 17 ArmttriMig, Jaim-s, N.XX. V, dee. . T. i N . It I XV . HW acre., U Austin Lucre! la M , 1, 4. blk. 1. Hunnyald. addition, 3to 4 01 Hand Harry r hiis J. 4. i. t. bis;. IC. Mct'lure's Astoria, a. ez'd. by Cyrus Olney. 110 4 IT M ttarker. Iiura P. A., lot. 1. f, I, . a. . T. J. , uv u, it ij, 14. 16. it, i;. is. tit. si. :i. st a. J4. 3s, blk. 1M, Mary Ann Adair'. Poulh Addition lo th l'ort of I pper Astoria, II tt Harnett. Cora, E. X, of 8 XX'. t. W. v of 8 K. V, Sec. M. T. 4 N.. It. I XV.. I&SI, acres, (vol 17 j uarnes, Frank. K. H ot I W. X. a H of &K. 8c JSw T. I N K. I XV , 11 acres, I11M ItTI Battin t-o,, H. K. begin at N E. cor. ot blk. A. McKwaa's Add'a. to tXeeaa Urove: thence 8. iv ft., W. ltw ft.. N. 10 ft. K. IU0 ft. to beginning: also, begin at N XV. cor. blk. A. Mo Kwan'a Add'a to Ocean Drove: Uwnr K. 108 ft, thenc 8 U ft. W. lis) ft, N. 50 ft to be ginning. 41c j lleach C. l. lot. B, 9s. blk. II. Astor Add'n. to Astoria: lots 7, t, blk. . North Add'n. as laid out and recorded by K. A. Noye. Mo 7 tseer. iuls. lot I, blk 14. I'ro- pect r-ark Add'a to Astoria. 4c. I N ueii. rnunppa xv . int. B. 14. blk. JJ, tract t Oln.y's Add'n. to Astoria, as laid out by Hustler a AlKen, csec rs, 11.0 4 liennelt. A. 8, blk. t Olnry's Add'n. to Astoria, aa laid out and recorded hy Hustler A Aiken, exee'rs. ; X.XX'. k, of. N.XV. 14 of U.K. 'i See. T. I N.. It XX'.. 10 acres; undivided S of: llegln taKUj ft. XV. of 8 K. cor of fthlvrly I. !.. C: thence XV. 1C4 ft.. N. to 8. Una of 8hlvely's Astoria, K. i;o ft, 8. to U'glnnlng 8ec. 17, T. I N., It. XV., i acres, ld 6 ( 41 Bennett, t'hnrles K. lot. IK, 19, blk 2. Seavlow Addition, aa laid out by A. I'. Oliver. 6c 4 r Ulsslund. Iunrn, lot J. blk. M. van Uusen s Astoria, 17c 1 a IllShoii, XV. c. 8.K. l Brc. , T. 4 N , H. 7 XV.. pat acres. I13.S0. .. XI ts tillss, u A., Jr., lot I, blk. lus. .Xlc- Clurs'a Astoria, as extendod by Cyrus olney. II.M 5 11 tllodgett, KniM-h U. tagln at N.XV. cor. of lllotlgett I. L. C: them e E. 42 'JO cha lo N.K. cor. of claim: thence 8. U.40 chs. to llowurd's N. K. cor.; thence XV. to 8.K. cor. of Mrs. Oram's . land; thence N. to N.K. cor. of said Mrs. tlrnnt's lund; thence XV. to line of said U. I.. C: Ihenco N. to beginning Hec. X, T. 7 N'.. It. 9 XV.. 4M a, ri.,; also, land in 8. of lllodgett t. I.. C. 8. of land of Howard, and N. and N.XV. of land of J. A. Fulton, except tract sold for cemetery, Sees. 3. 10, T. 7 N K. XV., li.D2 acres; also, strip ot land running entlro dlatanco K. aid XX'. across land of How ard and extending 8 fur enough to Include H.33 lu res 8ec. 3, T. 7 N.. It 0 XV.. ;.ls 44 41 uriKlbury, Clement, N.K. ' of N.XV. 14 lot 4. 8ec. II, T. t N It. 10 XV., U K acres; N.K. l of 8.XV. t4, N.XV. 14 of 8.K. 14 Sec. i!2. T. 6 N., It. 10 XV.. Ml acres; all of N.XV. (4 or 8. XV. V4. less pint of ilrnilhury's Adill-' tlon to Ocean Urovt, Bee. 22, T. 6 N., R. 10 XV., 22 acres; N.XV. V Hec. 27, T. 6 N., It 10, XV.. 160 acres, M7.92 J7 W Brandt, C, lots , 10, II, 12, 13, 14, 15, 18, blk. 8; lot I, blk. Iw, Hose dale's Addition to the City of Astoria, lsc 15 411 Braden, William, undivided U of H. H of 8. XV. '4, 8. XV. of 8.B. V4 Sec. 12. T. i N II. 7 XV.. 40 acres, 12.74 t tl Brlx, Asmus, lots 1, 2. 7. I. blk. 100, Adair's Kust Addition to As toria, I21.2S 28 tl Brown, j'eter, estate of, lots 14, 15, block IS, Warrenton; lots 9, 10, 11, blk. It, Bktpanon Addition to Astoria; lot 8, blk. 13, Bhlvely's Astoria, I19.84 tl 00 Buck, Kllxabeth, lots 7, 8, blk. 129, McClure's Astoria, as extended by Cyrus Olney, 15.13 I 99 Burney, R. H., lot 1, blk. 29, Alderbrook, First Addition to, 15.83 1 1) Bush, W. H., lots 1, 2, E. 4 of N.W. Bee. 80, T. 4 N., R. W., 1IM.09 acres, 16.29 u 98 Burns, A. O., lot 11, blk 13, De ment's Addition to the city of Astoria, 17c . 41 Iluoll, Jane 8., lots 11, 12, blk. 20, Laurel Park Addition, as re corded by H. C. Thompson, 29e 1 13 Buchanan, Manlus, lot (, S.E. of N.W. V4 Hoc 27. T. 4 N R. W., 40 acres, 12.01 11 58 Butlor, Walter B lots 4, 7, Bee. 84, T. 4 N., R. 8 W 42.85 acres; lots 7. 8, N. V, of 8.W. 14 Bee. 85, T, 4 N R. 8 W 115.32 acres, 18..13 18 OS Byrd, Bnrah L N, of N.W. X4 BC. II, T. 8 N R. 10 W., 80 acres, 14.01 9 24 Burke. B. C, lots 11, 12, blk. 139, Bhlvely's Astoria, 128.81 81 88 Cass, Edward, N.W. V4 See, 10, T. I N., R. w 160 acres, 16.42 18 12 Carson, Luella C, lota 13, IB, blk. t, tlearhart Park, tklc J ts Carlson, J0I111 l' XV, of 8.XV, V 8eo, 94, T. N It. IU XV , Ml acres, tit M II (a Clinrmnn, Thotuaa, lot t, blk UW. M.'t'liiis's Astoria, as extended by Cyrus olney, U .ll i II Clurk, John O , N.K. V, of 8 K. V BBC. v; N. H of 8. XV, t N.XV, l of 8 K. Vt 8ec. 31. T, N , ft. 7 XX" Psl acres, V4 U 51 Colntnlt, P, XV N, l of H XV t. XV, 4 of H K. 14 800. I, T. IN, II, XV., likl acres, l!IM..,, 11 lit (Vuk, II. n , lots 14. t.'s PI, 17, Is, I. , HI, U M, J4. blk. 1; lota l Is, 17, blk. t; lots 11, 14, 15. IU. 17, U. IS. 31, i'l iX 14, blk. 17; lots It, 14. lit. Id, 7, IN IS, ru, 31, 1!. a, tl, I, Ik. 41; lois IS, :v., si. $i, us, 3. bik. 47: lot. a 11. li, HI, U. IN blk 57: lots I. 1, 1, IU II II. blk. si ; lots I. I. I. 4. ts t, 7. s, , lo, 11, is. It, It. 15, la, 17, It, IS. SO. 31, SS. S3, 31, blk. 37; N. X, of lot. 1. 3. 1, 4, ft. , blk. M: lots U U U I, K . I. II. 13, blk. 3", I'licirlc Addition lo Asiurla, 13 U 140 4) Craig, Ida II., lol 3, blk I. Olne). Slltf 1 71 Crliu, I'. II., lol. I. 3. 3, blk. 0, laurel 1'urk aibllllon, as re corded by II. C. Thoiupson, 41c. (U Cress, John M , trustee, N. 14 of 8 K. X, 8eo. II, N. If of 8 XX, I 8eo. 13. T N It. 7 XV., 1J acres. 115,73 ti Ttl Cress, John M . XV. V, of N.K. V. K. l of N XV. I, 8eo. ?J, T, N , It. 7. XV., I.'.7 acres; 8. t, of 8. K. t 800. T. 7 N , II. XV.. Ml acres: N. t of N K. X 8eo, 7, T. 7 N It XV., 0) acies; N K. X 800. IS, T. 7 N.. It. XV., 1 acres; XV. I, of 8 XV, t Hec. W. T. 7 V.. It. XV,, SO acres; N.K. X Hoc. 33. T. 7 N , It. XV.. lu acres: 8. XV. t Hec, t T. N . It. 7 XV., ISO acres; lol 7. s. . MX 80c. 3, T. N , II. 7 XV., IM 73 acres; XX'. I, of N XV. V, Hec. 3d, T. 7 N.. It. XV., m acres; 8 K X, 80c JJ. T. 7 N.. II. XV.. Ida sen's. 1 1 14 to lit b Crlo, K. It., lot I lexcepl tract sold 10 A. olsen and N. J. lj-rson), Hec. J4, T. I N.. It. XX ., 3 acres, 77c I Ju Craeii, Frank 8., N l of 8 11 V N.K. I, of 8 XV. X,, UK. 1, of N XV. V, H. c. X T. N . It 7 XV.. imi acres. I7..V 34 Tl Copping. Puvld. lots It, IJ, IS, 7. blk. ST. tract 3, Olnry's addition lo Astoria, as btld out anil re corded by Hustler and Aiken. executors. U IJ I 40 Dalrymplo. Ida, utul t( lot 4. ,ik 4, Hustler's Aslorlu, as laid out and re,-orded ly Astoria Invest ment Co., 17c 2 ti DarHus. O. U. lot. I. 3. 3. 4, ft. , 7. . I. 10, II. 13. blk. 14. raclftu addition to Asiurla. 3c It M Dement. J. C. lot. 4. ft, 10, blk. 31. D nfs addition lo th. city of A. -V IV 7 Dillon, ,-try, eaiat. of, lot 7, blk. 3. M. ' lure's Astoria, in 34 SU Dounrj, Michael, 8 K. X, 8ec. t, T. 7 N.. K. I W , lo acre. 13 . 11 A Uonuhoe. V. It, lol. 7, 8, 9. 10, II. 13. : blk 7. Columbia Hecond addition to Astona; also 8 XV. t, of 8. XV. W He?, I T. 7 N., It 9 W., 40 acres, H ts H Douihark. A. N . lots 1. 3. t 1 blk. I, Hustler's Astoria, sjtlsl.1 out and recorded by Astoria la vsttneni Cu, Uc tIT Dow. C. A. lot. IS, 31. 72. blk. 36. 1'ro.pect Park Kxtrnln :a Wl Hon to Astoria. c,.' Iff Dunkln, John B . XV. S of 8.W. V4 8ec. ax. T. I N., It t1 W;. lu acres. 10 -, j y Krvglarkl, C. O . lot.Jl. 13. blk. t, Hklpanun addition la Astoria, .' .114 Knalg. Rllsabeth, lot. 1. t 3, blk. 3. Columbia Second addition to Astoria, lie 1 73 Evans C. It., und. V lots 7, t, 10, IL 11, II 14. 15. sur.llvl.lon of blk. 72, Hhlvely s Astoria. IV M . 1: ft Evans. Mrs. Jeanelte, lot Is, blk : lots 33. 34. blk. I, Hallway addi tion lo Astoria, 44c Fair. II. H. lot t, blk. 34. First ad dition to Alderbrook. tlW 01 Karrur, Isalxd C, lois 1. 2, 3. 4. ft. . 7, , 9. 10, li. it blk . I'acltlo addition to Aslorta. ?Jc 19 90 Feldman, I... und. X( lot 11, big. I, Flavel Center, as laid out hy W. K. XX'arren, fs; 1. Fisher, J. J trustee, ;uts IS. Is. 17. 27, 51. 39. SO, tract I. blk. 37, of Olnry's addition to Astoria, as laid out and recorded by llu. tier Aiken, executors: lots IX 13, 29, lu. SI. tract 2, subdivision Of block 37 of Olney's addition to Astoria, as laid out anl re coiled by Hustler A Aiken, ex culors, 36.40 24 su Flshrr, J. J , und. , lot. T. . 10. 11. ."' 13. 14. 15, l sursllvlslon of Sk, 72. Bhlvely's Astoria; und. H lots I, t, I. 4. 5, a. 7, , 9. 10, II, 12, 13, II. blk. ; und. H lota 1, 2, 3. 4, 5, , 7, 8, 9. 10, II, 12, 13. It, blk 7: und. 14 lol. 1. 2, 5. 4, 6, , 7. I. 9, 10, II, 12, IJ, 14, blk. 14: und. X4 lot. 1. 2. 3. 4. 6. 6. 7, blk. 15: und. M, lot. 1. j, s, 4, 5. I, blk. 16, Itlversld. addi tion to Astoria, ts.44 PC 53 Fisher, I. II., lois 2, 3, 4, 5, , blk. 41, Pacific add'n. to Astoria, 7o. t 18 Flsk. XV. II., lot 17, tract 1, suit division of blk. 20, Olney's addi tion to Aslorta, as laid out and recorded by Hustler A Aiken, executor. 56o t 2! Flnley, John, lots 3, 4, tract t, sub division of blk. 14. Olney's addi tion lo Astoria, as laid out and recorded by Hustler ft Alknn, executors: lot 5, blk. 37, Mc t'lure's Astoria; lots 1. 2, I, Mk. 6, Sklpanon addition to Astoria: und. of N.K. 14 of 8.E. t, Hec. 1. T. 7 N., R. 7 XV., 20 acres; N.XV. ht of N.K. ,u N. 4 of N.XV. t and 8. XV. 800 14. T. 7 N., It. I XX'., 2ao ueros: N.K. X, of N.K. 14 and W. X4 of XV, V Bee. 13, T. 7 N R. 8 XV., acres, 141.62 on m Flnley, Juliu s, 8.E. X4 8eo. 12, T, s. II. 8 XX., 111 acres. 19.113 17 45 Ford, h. V., una (4 lot 11, tract 2, sunuivision ot blk. 20, Olnoy's addition to Astoria, as laid out and recorded by Hustler ok Aiken,, executors. Tjc.,. tin r oiKman. A. v.. und. ft lots ft, 8, Dig. 83, McClure's Astoria, as extended ny Cyrus Oluov. 17.911.. 11 u jroiKmun, uertha, und. 4 lots 6, , oik. su, Mcciuros Astoria, as extended ny t'yrus Olney. Ik.oi.. 11 as roots, Angus, lot 4, Hec. 18, T. 7 N., il. w., 16.40 acres, 11 0 Futtrup, Nels, lot 18, subdivision of blk, 11, AdHB-'l Astoria. II 116 1 im Gentry, 8. A., lota 17, 18, blk. t, Astoria, a laid out and record ed y M. J". Klnnev. 2o s th Ollbrsalh, James, lot 12, blk. I, uena'ni s auuttlon to til. city of Astoria, 17o 9 u OlasBi.l, Annie, heir of, N.E. ,4 of n.w. iota 1, x, t, 4, gc. 21, T. 7 N R. I W., 160 acres. 111.19.. 16 f Olover, Frank, B.W. X4 of 8.W. 14 poo. et, ,w. Va or .w. V4, N.W. Of 8.VV. 14 8.0. 82, T. J N R. 7 W 100 acres. 19.63 22 Qoff, M. A., und. lota 1, 2, I, 4, 0, 0, I, 0, V, 10, 11, 12, u, 14, ,(, 6; und. y, lots 1, 2, t, 4, 6, 8, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, blk. 14; und. tt lots 1, 1, I. 4, 6, 6, 7, blk. 16; und. V, lots 1, 2, t, 4, 6, 6, blk. 16, Riverside addition to Astoria; und. H of lots 7, 8, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 16, 16, subdivision of blk. 72, Bhlvely's Astoria, 17.61 it u Araham, John A., lots 4, 8, 6, blk. 9; lots 1, 2, blk. 21, Alderbrook, 83381 41 tu OnNiam, James, lots 8, 4, 6, 6, blk 8, young s addition to Alderbrook, 5" 7 17 dray, W. II., estate of, lot 8, blk. 84, 'McClure's Astoria, IS a 94 Grimes. G. K., lot. 1, 2, 3, 4, 6, blk. 2, Railway addition to Ocean Grow 94c 12 47 Grimes, C C, begin In county road fc. "be 8. and 8C.60 chs. E. of N XV, cor. of Hoc. 10, tliene K. M.78 chs , N. 15 oils.. XV, 14 chs , 8, t It chs , 8 sT XV, 33,(6 li. to county road: l(. I ' chs., 8. II Ml eh... In U.glnnlng, oxepl 36 acre, sold lo C, II. Hliaip, a. per Vol, "," I'sg HO. of iveds, 800, UV T. N , II. 10 XX'., S acres, HIM tlross, XVm. II., Archbishop of Ore gon, besln l 8 XV, cor. of Hoc. SI. N. X3 Ms , IC, 36 ids,. 8 ti nls, XV. 36 rds. lo beginning, Hoc. 31. T 6 N i It 7 W.. , acres, 3lo lluluoun, Thomas, lois I. H 7. II. blk. 3. IjiuioI Park u.ldlilon, s. i'oeorlsl by II. C. ThtMiipsoit. Mo (lalhruolh, James, lol , blk 4, Co lumbia aildltlon to Aslorta, l'i . Hunnlug, Jbn M , lot 36, blk k Aslor addition to Astoria. Sc.,,. Hall, Chnrlotle J , lt 7, blk. II. 18 It I 41 I It I I 97 n XVnrrenliin: lota M. 81. blk I"'. Taylor's Asiotla; lot II subdivi sion of blk. 84, HliHoly's As- torla. 11 sl , lluo.lv, Milton K , lot 4, K. W of N XV. t Hoc. 38. T. 4 N , It 8 XV. , P g acres, t If 18 IT Hanson. Charles, 8 W of B.W, X He.- II. N, X, of N XV V, 800. 14, T. I N . It 10 XV , l sores, tsio 14 7 Hansen, Karen, lots I, J. 3, 4, . s, 7. N blk. 3: bits I, 3, 8. 4. ft, a, 7, 8. blk. 9: lots UUUlt blk. IS: lots I. I 3. 4, ft. , J. I. blk. !, Wllllamsport. 8s. 63 Ml Haradcn. C II, lots Is. 3t. 31. 13. 33. SI. blk ; lots 16. is, 17. is. I,lk. 8. of Flavel Center, as laid out by XV. tl Howell. II II 17 Tl Hutch. II. XV , und V lots I, 3, ,' 4. blk. ft. Hustler's Asiotla. as laid oul and recorded by Ihe AslorU Imcstineiil t'u, 3' 8 18 lis o. K. It, lot I, blk i. Mo. Clure's A toi ls, ss n tended by Cyrus Ol.iey, Hus; H9 lleuitrtckseri. olor, und 'a lol In. r, iion, o 0. tm: 11 to llrnse, Frank, lots 3. 4, blk l.-t. More Ann A.lnlr'a Mouth U'l'll- lion lo the l'ort of I'pper As- lorlu. Mo Hosier, John C , lol 3, 8 K of I 34 19 01 I 48 30 81 I a 1 11 II H 1 a 4 84 N.XV X, lot 1. K S ' 4 80c. 7, T 7 N II. XV , I IS acres, 110 SO Illll. XVinnlo A , lot li, LIS XI. la ment's addition to the city of Astoria. ITc Hill. C, N XV I, 8ec i:, T 6 N. It 6 XV.. IB, acres. 112 M . Illll. Mrs. I. lot i. Ilk vs. Van Dusen's Astoria, IV . HisiiK-r, C K. . Ion II. IS. blk t. ttlverslilo udd.n lo Astoria, v. Hoosornan, ltoa. lots 1, r1. XI. 33, S3, blk. 9. I'luisop tltove. ax, ... Houseman. Fred. N S of lots ft and 8, N'ocanlcum tltove, 9v .. Hughe. J. M . lot V, blk. 3A. Hill's Flrsl addition to Astoria. 83 17 Ilungate. Charles A, lots I. 1 8. 4. ft, , 7, S, . Id. II. i:. 11. It, 15. IS, 17, l. 1. l. 31. 33. S3. 34. 36, 38. 37. a. 30. SO. 31. f . U. 34. sub division of blk. ff. Adslt'a As toria; lol , 10, D. blk X. Iau re Park addlllog. as recorded by II C. Thompsan: urul V lots 1. t. t, 4. 8, 8, 1, I. I, lo. II, 11 IJ, 14. 16, Is. 7, IB. It, , II. 3t blk 19. I'msfXex r J'ork addition to Aslorta; lot. i. 2, t. 4, ft. 4, 1. ft. 9. 10. II. It IS. 14. Ift. 14. 17. 18, II. t. Tl. 31. blk. 1; lot I. 8. 8. 4. ft. . T. 8. 9. It, 11. 13, IS. 14. Ift. 14. IT, 19, I. I. ft. 3t blk I. VVsJh rngron addition to Astoria, lift 30 171 41 llulrherofl. O. T.. lot 1, blk. I. Chslsea .dtaltvlsloti tract No. L Mo..;.! Ingram. J. A.. Iota I, I blk. IX. Hallway addition to Aaton. 20 Inno Frank M. XV. x of UK V, Her. .-yr. s rtf if K. t 8e,v a. T. 4 N . It. XV., 10 acre. IB 41 Jake, Frank W lot U, blk. Hi, Taylor'. Astoria. Jo JefTertea, J. M . lol 39. blk. SO, Hill's First addition to Astoria. 17c... Jensen. Alex., lol 8, Dec. I. T. 6 ft.. It. T XV., II acres, Kit Johnson. II. lots r, 38, tract I, utslivlslon of blk 37, Olnry's addition to Astoria, a laid out and recorded by Hustler 81 Aiken, executors, II ot Johnsim. 8 J . bus I. L 1 I blk 66, llosnlal addlilon 10 the city uf Astoria, be Johnson. Adoliih. lot 3. blk I. Mori wether iKiwns addition 10 As toria, 60 , Johnsim, Hannah M A . lots I. 1. blk. 1, Meriwether Imans aj.ll Hon to Asiurla. lie Johsnsnn, A., 8 XV. 14 Hoc 8, T 7 N.. It. I XV.. pl acres, i ... Jones. Ilee. lot 9, 10, II. J. IJ, 14, 16, 18, blk. S, Itoaedule addition lo th city of Asturlu. is,- Jordan. Peter, lot 10, blk 9. XX sr ronton. 13.64 IM I 90 IT Tl t8 I SB I 44 i M 791 317 4 12 16 II 91 8 B 30 o John. Peter, lots I. 1 n,t i,,l land fromlng I hereon, Hec. I T. 8 N , It I W 7316 acres. 113 S3 Keenan, Fnsl U, lot I. hlk 3. As toria, as laid out and recorded by Martin Foard. ITc Kohoe. Joseph. K. 4 of K. of 8 K, X, except that portion on 8. sldn of county road. Hec II T. 7 N , It. 9 XV.. 23 acres, l Kendo, I K., lots I, I, 3. I, 6 8, 7 , 9. 10. II, 12, j, 4, j, ), , ,,; 19. 31. 33, 33, 24, blk. II. North PaclDo ad, mi, rn to Astoria, ,'i6c Kemler. 1) . lots 9, in. Mk, in, I-caiI-ay addition lu Astoria, 29e ... Kottney. J. J., lots 6, 13, II, blk. I3, McClure's Astoria, ss extended by Cyrus Olney, .',.9t Kinney, M. J lots I, 2. 7. hlk. I, McClum'a Astoria; K. 26 ft. lot 2. nil lota 5. 11, K. S lot 18 and XV. 31 S ft. lot IS, hlk. 68; lol. i U 13. 14, blk. 61. MoClurt.'. As' lorlu, as extended hy Cyrus Ol ney; also, begin on XV. lino uf blks. 1 nnd PI, McClure's As torla. In center of First st.. XV. too ft., N. to ship's channel of Columbia river, K, sou ft., (,, said XV. lino of said hlks. 1 and 16, projected N Ihenes 8. lo Isglnnlng, except XV. 100 ft. of aid tract deeded to railroad subsidy, as per vol, 31 of deeds, page 60, 1718.66 6 38 17 I 90 10 87 769 81 Kinney, August C lot 1, Hoc 10. 1. 8 N., It XX., except I acres as per vol. lo. page 3V7. of ded 24.72 acres; part of lot. 6 and 6, in N.K. (4 See. 21, T. I N., It. 9 XV., 20 acres; ulso, begin 1 19 chs. N. of H K. cor. of Hoc. 22 thence XV. 7.87 chs., 8. 6 19 chs ' to Bee. line; W. 21.13 ch N ') chs., W. 8 chs., lo XV, line of B K. X4; N. 10 chs, K. 10 chs., N 10 chs., lo N. line of S.E. V4: K 30 chs. lo V4 post, B. to beglni nlng, except tract as por vol 27, page 44; also except N.K Xi of N.E, !4, as per vol. so page 809, of deeds, sold to W, C. Bmllh; also excepting 4 acres, as per vol. 82, put0 62, of deeds, sold to Walkor, Hec 22. T. 8 N R. 9 W 86 acre.; the N. of N.W. 14 of 8.W. U. and land In J w u ,.t a ... X4 8c. 23, T. I N., n. I W., 40 acres; 166.40.,,,: Kinney, Jane, begin at N.wi'oor of lot I, Bee. 24, thtmre 8. 69' 80', E. 18.68 ch., to a point 1 75 chs. W. of E. line of said lot 2; N. 12.27 chs. to N. line of B.W. X4. E. 6.7ft cha to oenter of said Boo.; N. 20 chs, K. 1S.6J chs., to outer harbor line- N 3 15' W. 1.607 ft, N. 60' w'. 81 17 Notice Is hereby eiven ih.t . the 2th day of Juno, A. D. lieio. a ,h, hour of 10 o'clock a. m. of sw day, in front of and at the court houso door In the city of Astoria, in .ni,, '"1 state, I Bhnll proceed to sell tho above- ... ...rr in,, eni.no ai puhiio auction to the highest nlddor for cash in Untied States gold coin at time r to rodemptlon, to satisfy the warrant costs and all accruing costs (Hlgned.) JAMKB W. HARE Bhorlff of Clatsop County and eg-Olficio