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ASTORIA, OREGON :
I. C. IRELAXI EDITOR
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3IONDA1 JUAY lo, ISiO.
TEXAS BORDER TROUBLES. j
ine iiouoies aions; our lexan iron- .
tier appear increasing ana growing
more anu more threatening. Hanks
of revolutionists gather and threaten
an attack upon a Mexican town, per-
haps intending to do as they threaten !
but quite as likely the threat and the !
gathering is about as much with the ' iud, beside, are whirling- around JT7A.N DUSEN HAS JUST EE
intentionof crossing the river and! in great spirals someone way, V coived n fine lot of PRINTS, which
making a swoop among the cattle
ranches and whatever property they
can find and take away. This is prob-
ably the plan of these three or four j UJ eG1 Allien 1111s space is m ei
hundrcd persons spoken of in the j Jy-kke vibration. Light is one
late dispatch as Revolutionists, which land ! motion, heat another,
term applied along the border is I gaebsm another, sound an-
arlv equivalent to that of thief and
robber combined. The affairs along
icans, wiietner lor or atrainst the
Revolution, and nothing but a large
force of our little armr can assure to
the people any safely of life and
11 terrilory, Arizona included, ;
er with " the ever uresent :
the border for a Ions' distance arch , i , ' - i -i , ,-, ' JKJdJ J '- -Ll vxvj.
A. r A .A M bv that incomprehensible thing1 -1-
very unsatisfactory. At any moment ii .: ,? rPll 1,mQ(. i Ralcish Stott and V. R. Strong, candi-
onr no-wonhV nnnnlo'in Tov-k -iro ! milld. Hie piOCCSSCS , dato, for ro?ct.utills -Ut orncy of tho Fourth
0111 peaceable people in ie.as .11 e 0t growth, of existence, of decay, .Judicial District win address the voters of
subject to the incursions of the -Alex- whether ill worlds or in the min- ! n-iilnt !" thC Mlovehis ,,I:lC( mul fo1'
2t ceitainly apjears but poor poli- j)le than any other croj) raised or j JJiUUcton......... 4Ct
vy to reduce our small military force ! article produced. The estimated ' Upper 3lolalhY.V."!!.V.V."!.".".." '
in the face of discontented and war- I consumption of it by the world is ! UruT." PAtv-v '
like Indians, through much of ourJ-3owu tons, requiring- oyer a! iihi&w.7d.
chances and almost certainties of :0U0,000 gain a livelihood direct
what they call in Mexico pronuncia- hT $' tG world's use of it. The
mientos. or vo volutions. ITmv Inn- ' collections from tobacco, for thir-
len. xt is aimost certain tnatner
nent peace along the Kio Grande is
almost impossble. And even in
peace, the condition of our Texas I
present SO-called 1 evolution, led ' l?G11J C!ll IP X ( 'VnClUS1V0 l01' ! ol! "to tmlebteilne duo on IJlock 71. purchas-
Porfirio Diaz, may conti nue, what 1 t,ie V i li i- in fratiun th? ',I:,ns s,ml specifications of school
ay result in, or when the next ,-, ' t , . ' . 3 ,' to hnii.i fhosaino
is likel v to occur, no one can fore- 1 1 ?Z &? 1S mOr0 UTW-, 1 Order of Jfc-ri of Bircc.ov,., ,
Tl. . , . . , . iy usea xnan tooacco, ancttneiar- , t . r ,., "-v,-"uo-iici.. ,
people along the bonier, is not much , universal market; every decade
better than during their neighbor's 1 shows a marked increase in its
war times. For unless we have a ' consumption and a steadily-grow-large
force of mounted cavalry sta- j ing market demand. The "world's
tioned along the line, there can be production of tobacco at the pres
no safety for our people. "Here is a ent day is estimated at 2,600, U00,
halter and yonder is a tree," says one : 000 pounds annually, and not
of Walter Scott's characters. Along I withstanding the production is so
the border of the Kio Grande one immense, it is adulterated before
might say, there are the thieves and
here are the cattle, and the term
would pretty accurately describe the
condition ot that part of Texas. The
thieves are plenlyjn.st across the riv
er, and the cattle aiv templing.
Yorld's Sjiecial, swcjikili" of !
t , & j
ay s recemtsat the Ceilteil-
Van iiist d
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ru imposition, says iney nave lallen '
far below the estimate made.
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retui 11s from a f aw
l few luiiistiles, :ictual '
;y received, there were J
count of money
street lines, 30,000; other lines, 20,000, '
: nd altogether 130,000 fares were la-!
ken up by the various conductors. J
Adding to this 7S,coo taken to the
grounds "by the railroad companies, the 1
number present must have "reached I
225,000 and over.
noz over SV.VW pa'lllg Visitors ainillt- adwrti-.. i 1 r ve.-.i .Mr. i ho:n;.-t.;i canicd ' An lli"n and
ed, bringing the recipts a little beyond uhvni'idn thei iZ voari hi. I ORNAMENTAL PLASTERER, MMm '
40,000. Tho Market street lines car- ! h'xK" r hierea-cd ne.u i double, and he J '-' --r-i
- i rx rrxn i attribute-it to .jiidii-io'i-sadveilHiiir. If you
rted 00,000; Oliestnutf and Walnut ' u':ml lo thiive in buMiic-.-, auvkutisi: cw-1
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Although it is the opinion of M.'Vf'c':::t!l,iy Eyi.iii?f May e:i, is:,
C'hevalier, as many Others of less j to take into consideration the subject of Drop
note as staticians, that the production ! tlnSil&S'1 Auilivclsa'y of
of silvefin Mexico is ca)ahh of in- ' ijned, ' ilAXY CITfZXS.
definite expansion, yet so hm us t.Tie
present brigandage and revolution !
of that eountrv is nnsnnnrrmwl iliovrt i
, , J
is no reason to apprehend a verv '
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-. cui buppiy 01 sm er irom any 01 Ll:e ,
Mexican mines. Thai source will be i
shut on for some time at least. In,
the meantime silver qnolali-ms in !
the London market aeconun' to the
daily press dispatches, show a gradu
Senator Conklin has presented a i
petition in Congress airainst granting
an American register to any foreign
-pn'itnr Sluirnn 1 liinL-c tlinf cilvor
" wv lu,,,-'
tj'ionid be puiced on an equality with
gold and made a legal tender to airy
amount. Sharon audus'uns aigree. "
o Rest. Science teaches us I
that the crust of our earth is per- j
petually moving, and that the sea
is constantly clianinf. Our lobe ,
has its daily rotation on its axisj
and its yearly rotation about the i
sun- 'ke sun, -with, all its satel-
htes. sweeps oh toward amoving-!
, - , , n ,. xt f
point m the constellation Her-'
cules. Every so-called "fixed !
star is in motion. Fifty thousand
years ago the constellation of the
Qreat 3earj or Dipper, was a star-
iy cross. Que hundred thousand
years hence the imaginary Drpper
will be upside down, and the stars
whicli form the bowl and handle
will have changed places. The !
mistv nebulae are also moving,
some another. Jiveiy molecule
of matter in the whole universe is
-swinging to and fro; every particle
"wiei , ? er perception, en cry
thought is hut motion of the
utest organisms, are but motion.
Tobacco Culture. It is an es-
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tabhsliecl tact tJiat tobacco inr-1
i-iiol-rc? iin-lrk-'i-iTi-f-4- -i---viy-k -i-v- i
JUOllUJ WilMV JLHli.U IU 111KJ1.U J7V3U- j
million persons to cultivate and
pi'epare for market, and more than
mer "syho raises it may expect that
he "will not soon fail to find an
appetite for it, a -want at least as
oTeat as the noiiulation. and a
it reaches the consumer to a great
er extent than any other aiuicul-
"ItVwsto Ahvi i.t!m" TIiN i- true in
every lepari:nei!t iif lm-hicoH. ami no uncap-I
precxales. iU liulli more tully llmji S. ll.
Ihoii?(in. Sons,' time -ict' lie received the
Agency, for th;ruu:ily, or the (uiniiif.'h.im
,ti:lVlcn . liK 1'!,..mt . lou-." and immediate-
JysdvcrU-cilllu!-!Mii" 111 ii.ir i.::p'i. (ircen
'j- itli. j.. :: iatn.n ui iheCa'.ette. saw
the adveitHejiient and forJiiAith -i-ihed to i
1 iiomi ou . and puiciiaed four of tlioe celo-1
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""w 1 ' .viiicii r.i uiirc i:;ivc spjun lino
opular iar. .No mater how Kod and valu- .
:,,)I !.IM s,,,.leIe ";. . , im:rclint or dealer ,
i!l" e:Mi u upon hi-! h elves, or m hi store
r luoi.th-. or ein year-:, :.nd b it lew will I
ai)lo 31 is amcle ma.- lie. a merchant or dealer
know aiMtiiinoI i - trood iua!itif. anlcss he
1 raUi L!a;ctn
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clUcnnial Celebration at
A meeting of the Ciliens of Astoria will be
held at the Court hoic-e on
Xotico i? herebv iven lo all whom if
Jnay concern, that the p:irneihip huierofoic
cmmiiik beiween ;. . r.ca and C. w. yK.
ton under the firm nnmorif !...,. a- K..iim i.,.c
bficll thi, flay di5aol-ed by mutualVon.em.
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Astoria, Ogn., May ;th, i bio. s.iw
Corner T.iain and Chcnamu? Street?,
ASTutttA Ok hi; OX.
i:ali:u i: tiik chu'kst hi: vnus o
Tobacco and 'Cigars, and the
G e n.u i n o W ostenliol ni
and either Kngli.h Cutlery.
Fairchilds 5?oJd Pens".
And all ?orL of
c? rn k mrnv-nn x-.i-r.--r, -.,.
OiAJ J-ULlil, iNUlIUJS.b JilL.
OSE H,LLS FlllE PBOOF SAFE,
with Combination Lock, in good or
der, for tale cheap, at I. " Cate'.
w i inn wii !(; ri i nr msmi rvmic rrri VTm in tni;1 T.rivn
I- , -x -t . . . jr-a&i rorunna June
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jarpenters Tools For Sale.
One Chest of Carpenters lools will be sold
MitS. DAGGETT. Astoria, Or.
no aCllin x cr ccip-
Flour, Grain and Feed Store.
Toot of Iain street, one door from ISolla
G- F. Parker,
LTME. BRICK, PLASTER and CEMENT,
TOBACCO. CIGARS. NUTS, CANDY, Etc.,
Constantly on hand and for sale cheap for cash
or farm pioduets.
..ry 15, at 10 a. m.
15, ' 2 p. in.
17, " S "
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2:, - 8
21. " S "
2o ' "
2'i', "2 "
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A special meeting of the Lcjral voter? of
School District Xo. 1. will be held at the
School HotHc in Astoria, on "Friday evening
IMay l'l. l.N7il, at 7 o'clock i. in., for tho tmr-
j poc of Ifvyinjr a tax in said District to pay
Farm and Stock on Deep
River For Sale.
J Acres, partly HmproviMl, tiottti ESuilri-
ins. t'nltlc. .sari Hunt. .'ft., dr.,
AJ1 of tviiich MiJlvlr Sold
l'iir:ii for Cash.
tr?TPor full particulars iniiuro at this Oflice
or on the premises of G. M. STAKK.
PKOPEHTr EOll SALE.
Corner of Jefferson and Main Streets,
. TITLE PEKPECT, LOTS 100 uy 50.
The abovo premises will be Fold cheap for
eah. A never-failinir woll f u-ntor. u Imrn.
hon-ltou.-o, ami other conveniences make it a
very de-irablc place for residence. 'J he house
contain ix rooms, be-ides the kitchen.
t'l-'or further particulars apply at
S.tf TJ US OFFICE.
BRICK LAYER, s--f
Orders left at the Occident Hotel
Promptly Attended to.
J. !i. Knajyp, Knappltm ; Ca)t. J. West, Wert-.-t;
II. 1'.. Parker, S. X. Arriyoni, llnbsi.n A
Warren, J. Badollet t- Co. Astoria; J. H. , 1'.
Coo!:, Clifton ;Jus. Hume, Eureka; Ji. Watum
t- Co. Manhattan; .. L. Hep mm, Glen Ella;
' J. G. Meyler it Co. lirookjield, and numerous
at iters fur ichom I hare
Built Furnaces, set Ranges,
and Kettles, and
"Spread the Mort!"
During my 12 years Residence
T TIE. S VXD TS1M f'K PT.ATFP
!, f nV, kni,i T V n . r '
-h-.lK Lomwit, and all materials m
my line, furnished to order.
rS"licei:il attention paid to Furnace work
and It singe-. Cistern work warranted good,
or no j jay. iJ2TK ICI'SKY,
TVUSISESS CA1?DS PBIXTED
XJ Very cheao. at
TJ'IE ASTOltfAX Ofiicc.
XOi! TIIK BEST AND THE LATEST
JL stylos of sj.ring Hats go to Van Duscn's
who h:Lsjut received a line assortment. btf
TJELD, FLOWER AND GARDEN
i .pik!.-, Oregon and California, in full
upply, fieh and nice at I. "V. CaseV.
BILLS OF LADING, WAY BILLS,
Receipts, and all kinds of Commer
cial Printing, done at the AstDrian office.
CALL, EXA3UNF4, OBDERrS
The Proprietors are happy to announce that
the above Hotel has been
Repainted and Refurnished,
Adding greatly to the comfort of its guests
IS NOW THE BEST HOTEL NORTH
OF SAX FRANCISCO.
A. J. MEGLER, C S. WRIGHT, Proprietors.
N. KOEFCED Proprietor.
Cor. Concomlv and AInin Sts, '
rnilTS OLD AND WELL KNOWN STAND
f- one of the host and mon convenient
Hotels for Mechanic?, and has excellent facili
ties for the accommodation of the traveling
nuolic. Jn connection with the Hotel is
A First Class Restaurant,
Where moals can be had at all hours. There
is also a
BILLIARD AND BAR ROOtt
Attached to the Hotel, where the choicest
qualities of Wines, Liquors and Cigars maybe
, THE MOST EXTENSIVE
vvBest Assorted Stock
E- S- LARSEN'S
r0 Main Street,
XKA Between Chcnamus and
v Sfiuemoqha streets,
X VV)E ASTORIA. OREO ON.
wV ' vtL. Large Invoice
5 v' Just received.
v G, ir o ? A Ex-Steamer.
O Y "AVi. XP
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VV. E. DECENT,
CaiEXAfUS STKEET, AST4RIA.
NEXT DOOR TO 1. W. CASE'S
DEALER IN PAIN',
TS, OILS, VAR-
TOILET AND EANCY ARTICLE?.
Wines and Liquors &?1
Prescriptions Carefully Compounded.
ON THE KOAITWAY, NEARIIUilE
& Co's. CANNERY,
OE EVERY KIND.
Nails of All Descriptions.
DOORS AND "WINDOWS,
RUSTIC, FLOORING, BLINDS,
MOULDING, SASH, ETC.
Wines and Liquors
BY TILE ROTTLE OR THE GALLON
Custom made Loots and Shoes.
Tobacco of Fine Quality.
HST This stock is in every respect Al, and
will be sold at the lowest prices for cash, (live
me a. call at tho new store, on the Roadway.
Cor. of Ghenanuis and Polk Sts.
. ASTORIA OREGON.
J. T. BORCIIERS, Proprietor.
tsS5 Wash ins and Ironing. Fliiitin?.&c., done
at this Laundry by clean, white labor.
'3"J T.Borchcrs still manufactures and has
for sale at tho above place of business, tho
EST Highest cash price paid Fishermen for
J. T. J30RCHER,
A STORIAT, AUNDR Y.
DO NOT SEND AAV AY
Eor Printing of any kind, until
you have tried THE ASTORIAN Office.
ERESII SUPPLY OF DOWNER'S &
Pratts Astral Coal Oil. These oils aro
perfectly safe and produce a magnificent light
For sale by U W, CASfi .
GENTS' EURNISHINGi GOODS.
Having Concluded to
Hon ahi hi Business
HAVE LAID IN
SPJR1JVG S UMMEB
DESIGNED ESPECIALLY EOR
THE ASTOR8 A TRADE.
A complete assortment
ilttrThe public in general are respectfullv
mvited to call at the old stanJ. on Co.i.omly
bTj:i:i.T, next door to Parker lluuc.
P 0031 TO LET.
A large front room 2d story, will be let
at reasonable rates. Applv at
Stf THIS OFFICE.
Xolary Iullic and Ciauiniioner of
For California and Washington
OFFICE. Case's building, corner Cass and
Chcnamus streets, Astoria, Uregon.
1 CRANG, M. D.
At the solicitation of numerous friends, has
consented to practice medicine, and tendon;
his services to tho public. Dr. Crang brings
many years experience in the practice of his
J. W. KOIJ 15.
C. W. FULTON.
ROBB ct- FULTON,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
B-0ffico in "Warren & McGuirc's building,
opposite Occident Hotel, Chcnamus street.
?TEO. W. REA,
AltonitT ! C'onnsrEIornf Linv.
ASTORIA, 0 REG OX. "
Examining and perfecting titles made a spe
cialty. All accounts left with mo will re
cive prompt attention. Office in Wan-en &
McGuiro's Ruilding, Chcnamus street, corner
r n. page ct co.,
ft?" All kinds of country produce, wanted in
exchange for goods.
NEW MILLINERY STORE.
Mrs. IE. A. Derby,
(Late ofCLEYELAXD, OHIO,)
WISHES TO ANXOFXCE TO THE PUE
lic of Astoiia and surrounding country,
that she has just received a full and complete
And all kinds of
At the stand recentbj occupied by Miss Mor
rison onJlAIX ST11EET, Antoria,
And will be prepared to fill all oiders for
first class goods in this line at rea-onable prices.
S"Now goods will be received every month.
"XTEW AND ELEGANT STOCK
Latest Styles of Millinery Goods,
BY THE-LAST STEAMER,
At tho Rooms of
Mrs. A. D: IF ASS,
(Up Stairs, Brown's Building,)
Corner Main and Chenamus Streets, Astoria.
rtSTThis stock consists of tho latest stylo
Hats, for Ladies and Children; Dress Trim
mings and Fancy (oed: for Ladies, whicli will
be sold at very low prices.
DRESS AND CLOAK lnomily attendea
Masonic Hall Building, Astoiia,
DEALER IN '
Fancy Goods, Ladies Dress and Cloak
Trimmings of the Lastest Style.
WILL ATTEND to ORDERS for DRESS
and Cloak making. Work will bo don
in a satisfactory manner.
ATT Agent for tho sale of RrAVarner'a Sani
tary Corsets, and also Children's Waists witk
patent elastic buckles.
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