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ASTORIA, OREGON :
. C IRELAND EDITOR
WEDNESDAY aIay 31, 1S76.
"0w ?oa Gwesf, Dom Pedro'
That prince of good col'respondents,
Capt. C. P. Crundall, writing to the
Statesman from Washington, gives the
following interesting sketch of Dom
" Mine eyes have beheld the glory
of the coming of a regular monarch
no paste imitation. Dom Pedro II,
1 f Constitutional Emperor and Perpet
ual Defender of the Brazils," is the
man to whom I thus gracefully allude.
That is the high sounding public name
the one he wears on state occasions
and when he puts his spectacles astride
his nose to write his signature to pub.
doc His private name, the one to
which he answers among the boys, is .
iiist D. Pedro d'Alcutarra. When he I
' i x w i 1 i i
arrived at Washington, lie commenced !
scooting around in such a promiscuous
and eccentic way that it was rather
Tim m. 4. 4.11- i wi
difhcult to catch him anywhere. When
we all rushed to the capitol to see him
lie was quietly taking an inventory of
the Lee Mansion and National ceme
tery at Arlington ; and then when we
all stationed ourselves in the vestibule
of the AYhite House to intercept his
call 611 the President, he Was sitting in 4
the Diplomatic gallery or the House,
counting the bald heads in the Nation
al menagerie. In short he went every
where just when we didn't expect him
, ,., . , ,
to go, suid didn't go anywhere when we
p;t ,. i,i. TV 4.i,;,.i. i.,J
aid expect hun. I began to think the
Dom a Very lively old Brazilian skip- ,
per. At last it Was announced in the
papers that he would attend the Na
tional Theater in the evening, and
would occupy his temporarily, royal
box, in response to a complimentary
,, ,. 1N . .... . ,, , ,
(dead-head) invitation from the lovely
and divine Volkes. lhis was mv on-1
portunity, and I immediately went
down to the National, inspected the
box sheet, made a guess which was the
Emperors box, and recklessly invested
a greenback and a half in a first-class,
high-backed, cane-bottomed chair over
mmesite: IborrwodmvLmdlndvsonm-a '
A A j .- f J.
glass and went. I was in luck ; I had
guessed right ; the Dom's box was ex
actly opposite me. The play began
and a big stupid, ilufly faced actor had
f ;f i, vi-il, ? irt ,in i., .
0 ' s i
ortliodoxically moral speech, when the
orchestra struck up the Brazilian i
Grand March, and I knew then that
the royal buffer was coming. Sure
enough, in a moment he appeared at
the front of the box, where he stood
Lowing, in response to the plaudits of purpo'-es. The only reason for wi-hing
the multitude, till the march was con- 1 W1:"' irt-hnt, tl,e l,reni vnei; lr- c:
i, wu i .1 .. ..1.... ! -AL buirk la ubout t0 e,,Safie ,n other busl"
wnviv;v4. uiiwxucsaiuuHii tne IlH)
went on, and the Dom looked at the
people and took a mental photograph
of the auditorium of the theater, while
a thousand eyes took photographs of
him. He is about six feet two, rather
ixwi-i'.-; flmn. -.ui i i
portlj miigure, with a quiet, manly
hearing, e.yes gray-blue, hair and full
heard well sprinkled with white, face
rather full, expression intelligent,
t j ,t t 1 . i .-.
quick and frequently lighted with
eio-er interest dress nkin with no or-
n:miA?if. irlinPVAv uvnMif. n mrvWf.
,, , . 1 "1 n 1
watch chain and seal. All 111 all, he
1 1 1 n ii i i
is what you would call a tine looking
m:m. He looks to be chock full of
energy ;md determination, ;md to be
not the l:md of man who would sit
down and whine under'niisfortime. I
think that if he were to lose his throne
and fortune, he would buy himself a'
buck-saw and make it yery lively for the
wood-piles of Rio Janerio, rather than
go to the poor house or become a pen
sioner upon his mother-in-law. The
1t P T ?t !! . 1. .1
msLory 01 jDrazu 15 mn 01 ins pnuse as
a man of liberal saeas, nrosjressiy
cvivif. dfrMirr i-kT'o -"fi rn 1 nurl lllf irfrtnl
vj.v3 UiVxa, uwviww .a v,..
mind, political wisdom, firmness imi - -
. t .,i -i .. s -jL i j.1. .
xea mm moaerauon, ana iranai jwa llse,Patclioulj" ifyou don't believe it ju?t
quality of modesty which distinguishes ' tiy it. Hair cutting, shaving, and .ham
.I10 b innn frnm .1 .pf.,W TTa ! pooing- Hnir dying done and warranted
is now about 52 years old j was de-f
clared Emperor, with a Regency the
successor to Pedro I, at the age of six,
and was crowned Emperor at the age
of eighteen. He has, therefore, occu
pied the Brazilian throne about tliirt'-
years, during which time, he has
erected the empire from a colony but
I lately emancipated from the rule of
Portugal, into an empire second in
civilization, advanced state of the a-rts
and sciences, and commercial impor
tance in the new world, only to our
own. Dom Pedro is perhaps, the
most learned (in book lore) and the
best informed sovereign alive. Brazil,
and the affection of his subjects are
his monument a prouder one than
monarch ever carved with the sword."
Drifts and low Heads 1876.
Upper Astoria, Clatsop county, Oregon.
April 24, l7(. J
At a Special meeting of the Colum
bia River Eisherinens Beneficial Aid
Society, the following regulations for
the government of all concerned
were adopted. That the following
drifts and tow heads be established
for the fishing season of 1S7G.
First Drift. From Woody Island
to Brown's point,
. Second Drift. From Brown's Point
inside of Snag Island to the 12th red
Third Drift. From the loth buoy
to Tongue Toint.
Fourth Drift. From Tongue Point
q . ft VMq wegt 0? Looth,g
Cannery, at a place to be designated
by a spile or some permanent mark.
j: 11111 uvm. riuin tiie leiiiiina-
tion of the 4th drift to Smith's Point.
Sixth Drift. From Smith's Point
to the Pacific Ocean.
Seventh Unit, I1 rom the red buoy
m tne iraine cnannci to longue
xoint up or down.
j!,igiuii .unit, ne nig snag 111
Chinook shoof will be considered a
The fishermen in Astoria, in conn-
... 1 , 1 - 1 1 ,1 '
themselves to ho governed by the 1
foregoing drifts, and it is expected '
froi bos ontsi;leof thc iSociev th.lt .
en nave mutually acreeu to oinu
tnev wjh aiso conform totlie same.
Ev order of the Soeietv,
THOMAS DEALEY, Sec.
tSiT Births, marriages and deaths
will be inserted f ree of charge to sub-
.scnoors to eitner uie jjaiw or tne
1 Aei:klyAstokiax. Births or mam a-
! g(JSj when sent in by 1)ersons who are
.1 .! .1 -IX .,
not subscribers to the miner, should
be accompanied with one dollar,
which will be placed to the credit of
the party and the paper will be sent
to the address for the full amount so
paid to us.
Lost. Two nairs of spectacles, between
M Pansburn'b and the Binder house, on
Hamilton tret. The tinder will please
return to E. S. Aleadc.
SPut Smith, a noted stock man,
who has invested largely in blooded sheep
' arrived m Orpjron ascam recently and will
make arrangementh for distributing here
among lioep owners, of a lot of thorough
bred iiii'i-ino bucks, lie will arrive at As-
torin with several head of young bucks
:lbout the firat of June- &ee ndvertise-
S"We refer our readers- to the adver
tisement of a farm for sale on Deep river.
This is the be.t opportunity that we know
of lor airy man wanting a good place,
chonu. suitable for dairviner or farming
5Any person inquiring for a fine
quality of liquor, and can ai)preciate the
same, can find thegenuinej.il. Cutter
"WliL-key and Millers extra Old Bourbon,
at the Columbia Bar" saloon Astoria.
! with Gyo. Ushenvood late of Portland to
eater to their taste.. Gentlemen wiil please
i r:v.f, n P!ll, rA nf- finn nl,llt,.
aho on hand. Jas. M. Lynch, Prop.
.-w ' w..... w.. . I'"IJ
Sii;riT. XoTin Wo sluill nif. rnnnnf in
i future, answer letter-! of inquiry written to us
, by parties desirous of settling in Oregon, un-
I less sueh letters of inquiry contain at least thc
' a,muuiu o" stamps necessary 10 pay postage on
! ward four coiies of Thk Astouiax. of hcnar -
' te dates, to any address in the United States
1 Dox;TRKDAiyKi:TisijiiTs. Occasionally
a ousiness maji is encountered who itu1j.scs
.. 11T... .1... ..... l.l ti. 1.1 i
iu auiwiu uiJiL iicuijic uuu l renu auvcrne-
dom made. Jf a typographical error creeps
into 4in ad. it soon becumes thc talk of the
neighborhood, and if the people do not read
KLn,W; S nS
die word "eating" was set up "fating," where -
upoii we were duly notitied of the error bv
seven alinasitcs and yne Chinaman, and last-
v vviuviiii iiv;iuuMiiibU'V.iil.Uf 111 lliit
1 ly, iiiu -uuiuurc avium iuii in umy uounu 10
, notify us also. Daily Jlvcorder, Salinas City, 1
.j&S-Everjbody goos to the Novelty
1 ttarhirhfYt To rmt fivod tin in Lvli Kvi.rv
' " ; r --- j
poison may come, und mo e too, lor 1 have
-e ismplovcd a liit-clas artist who will mil-
' . . . . i '"? 1 i 1 1
3-our muaiacnc, niceiy pun your nair, ana
! in.-tofall, but not lea'st. will perfume your
I clothi with the niotiiupulnri)ertunicrv in '
b0t l0 mra Tl(i ppjii- or gpiit.
$1j'. Campbell, Proprietor.
Title Table 2or Astoria.
(IVsm tables of United States Coast Scrvcy.)
28 3 53 .. 5 n 11 l'J H 10,
211 .. 4 .". .. ) :J2 o co 12 11
n i: ne T mi t'1) 1 IV
si4'""." 7 14!""."!". 8 usi ......... l'lo '.?...... 1 52
.... .. 8 'Si s .-4 2 i -W
2.... ! SO .. 51 411 '5 ' . 3 30
3 10 31 10 301 1 (1 1 1"
4 11 12 11 llj 5 33 5 INS
3 12 l8 11 47f 10 5 50
The height is reckoned from the level of av
jrage lowest water, to which the soundings are I
riven on the Coast Survey charts. When the f
time in the a. m. column is followed by vt is
afternoon, and when in the p in. column By a
it is forenoon.
Temple Lodge, No. 7, A. P. A. M.
Regular Communications first and
third Saturdays in each month, at 7.30
o'clock, i i.. at the Hall in Astoria.
Members of the Order, in prowl standing,, arc
invited to attend. 13y or del of tho W.M.
Beaver Lodge, No. 35, 1. O. O. F.
31 cot, every Thursday evening. Sv
at 8 o'clock, in the Odd Fcllow5gJj3s
Hall, cor. of Cass and ChcnainusAjsa&e--streets
Astoria. Members of the
Order are invited to attend. l)y order, is , G ,
Astoria Lodge No. 40, 1. O. G. T.
Regular Meeting every Saturday Evening
at S o'clock. nt Hood Templar's Hall, Chcna
mus Street, Astoria, over C. L. Parker's
More. Members of tho Order, in good stand
ins, arc invited to attend. Decree meeting 1st
Monday each month. By ordor, V. 0. T.
Young's River Grange, P. of H.
Meets on the fourth Sat
urday of each month at
11 o'clock .. m. Patrons
in good standing are invited to attend.
By order of W.
Regular meetings first Monday evening in
each month, at V o'clock
tkfr Persons desiring to have matters acted
upon by the Council, at any regular meeting,
must present the same to tho Kccordcr.or
Mayor on or before the Friday evening prior
to tho Monday on which tho Council holds its
I. AV. CASE, Mayor.
F. J. Taylok, Recorder.
C. R. F. B. A. Society Notice.
Any fisherman on the Colum
bia Kiver, wishing to join the
1'islmrinn.nf: Association can an-
ply in person or by letter to the following
nfimnrs of flic Association. J. B. Nice. Pres-
ident, Waterlord ; B. P. Mieppard, Manhat-
ten ishcry. Lodge Pcputy : and Thomas
Denloy Secretary. Astoria, Oregon. A cor-
dial invitation .is hereby tendered to all to
avail themselves ot this privilege.
By order of the President.
TJ10MAS DEALEY, Secretary.
Eastern Oukgox The iVstorian i.s
j doing moro for the interr.-tb of Eastern
Uregon tnan anT omer paper in uic oiaiu.
If you hnvp a friend or a relative in that
beclicn of this country, tend him the pa
per on trial. Only one dollar for four
Advcrti?cments intended for insertion in
Thk Wkkkia Astokian, should be handed in
on Thursday afternoon, to insure their in
sertion the following Saturday.
Eeal Estate for Sale
Lots 2, 3, 7, in Block 18
" 1, 2,3, " 19 J
t i r? n V o ri "l -1
juols o, u, 1 , o, 111 xiuuk 1 shivelu's
11 1, in Block 18 Astoria.
Lot 7, in Block 66
S.hf Lots 7, 8, Block GO I
Lot 2, in Block 99 J
South East Quarter of Section 36,
Town 8 Bange 9 "West ;
"orth West Quarter of Section 36,
Town 8 Bange 9 "West.
JZ"J?ov particulars inquire of
QUICK SALES AND SMALL PROFITS!
IS THE MOTTO OF
L. K. G. SMITH,
! Chenamus Street,
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
uuiu.uie anu newui caier in
' C'JRJirs aiiI Tolmcco and all kinds
! SiiioKers Articles, Stalionery
. nnei f'niliTV.
r'TTVT'TVl? "rrnC;Ti T""r
, Sole agent for tho Celebrated Othello Cigars.
I elicited to examine .tock and Prices.
A n fl R
And Bottled Beer Depot !
MAIN STREET, ASTORIA.
i lrW.TT A T?.T lit V7?.7?Z
-wii, - .. -.j.-j,
i 1p T. OnalirTr T arrpr Rfr
' CTI'T.'' Prvpo ni OC
FIVE CENTS A GLASS.
&5" The patronage of the public is respect
fully solicited. Orders for Lager, or L'ottlcd
Boer, in any quantity, promptly tilled.
fSST Free Lunch day and night.
FOR THE BEST AND THE LATEST
styles of si.rinir Hats o to Van.Dnsen's
I wb has ju?t received a Qn.e aisorlmJt. btf
A girl to fo general house work.
3 Wages $25 to 30 per month.
None but a coed hand need apply.
Apply at Mx DAGGETT'S.
AH taxes onlog3 running: at large with-
in tho Corporate limits of the town of Astoria
wfl be due and payable ob or betoro Juno lit,
lb7t;. DAVID IXGALLS,
The partnership heretsfore cxipting be- i
iwecn K. D. llumc and Dean hlanchard, un
der the Hriivname ofllume & Co.. is thr day
dissolved by mutual consent.,. All business of
the late firm will be settled By K.-D- Hume,
who will continue the business at Astoria,
under tho namo of-llunic & Co.
Astoria, Oregon-, May 30, IblO. m:J0:3t'
New Pleasure Yacht.
rpiIE NEW SLOOP
It. C. S1IIVELY, Master.
Is now ready for freight or charter to any
point on the bay. J laving fino accommodif
t ions for pleasnro seekers, and a rccordfor
fast sailing, offers superior accommodations
For freight or charter, at reasonable rates,
apply at the restaurant of E. C. Holden.
d, B. C. SHIVEIA', Astoria.
FISH BARRELS !
Half Barrels, Quarter Barrels,
at living prices, at the
Knapptcn Barrel Factory,
Knappton, Pacific Co., W. T.
About tho first of June, tho undersigned
Clatsop ami l'acilic Counties
bringing with him from thc famous stock of
Peters A: rfevorance. California, several
Tliorouglilm'rt 3Icriuo ISucks, ,
One year old. which will bo sold cheap.
PUT SMITH, Portland. Ogn
Eggs for Hatching.
AV1IITE LEGUORX FOWLS,
Non Sitters, Uood Layers.
EGGS, 32 00 PER DOZEjS".
Orders accompanied with cash or approved
jawbono promptly attended to.
Das. J. IN GALLS.
THE PEOPLE'S .INDEPENDENT
Candidate for Joint Representative
from Clatsop and Tillamook counties, Capt. J.
JI. I). Gray, will meet tho Cituens of Youngs
ltivor Precinct at the Grangers Hall at 11 a.
m.. May 27th.: Astoria Precinct at 8 p. in.;
Wcstport, Clifton, and Knanpa, if po&ihle.
May 2Sith; Clatsop, at Pros Church, at 1 p. m.,
and expects to leavo Astoria for Tillamook
with thesteamor Gen. Canby, at "i a. m.. May
.Ust. and will speak at lloquarton and Garri
baldi while there, returning to Astoria either
Thursday or Friday, June 1st or 2d, and ( will
address a grand rally of citizens at Spiritual
Hall. The opposing candidates having been
challenged to meet him on the stump, and giv
ing no definite answer, are again publicly in
vited to meet Capt. Gray at tho tinio and pla
ces as above mentioned to discuss tho local and
political issues of the day, and tell what he
knows about farming.
RAISING REPUBLICAN" CATTLE
AND DEMOCRATIC SHEEP.
The presonce of ladies is specially invited.
T. H RAM EL,
Holladay's Wharf, Main Street, Astoria, Ogn.
WILL BE SERVED TO PATRONS
of thc Oregon Bakery of which C.
Binder deceased, was proprietor, tho sumo as
usual, by Mrs. CHARLES MNUEU.
First Clas Baker employed, and perfect
satisfaction guaranteed. All orders, large or
small, promptly filled on short notice. I'at-
ronuge of tho public is respectfully solicited.
MRS. iJUAS. BINDER.
Hotel or Residence
PROPERTY FOR SALE.
THE TXDERSIGXED WISHES
to .dispose of half a block of the
the most desirable property in Astoria, at low
rates for PA KT CASH and approved notes.
THE PROPERTY IS ELIGIBLY
SITUATED, KEAR THE COURT
HOUSE AND CUSTOM-HOUSE,
And is about on a level with the street grades,
rendering: it easy of improvement, at nominal
cost, Jt contains
A SPLENDID ORCHARD,
GOODAYELL OP LIVING WATER,
SMALL ERUPTS, &-., .
And ha upon it one of the best frame build
ings in the city, 34 by 51 feet in size, two stories
high, known as
THE UTION HOTEL,
Which, with 'somo needed repairs, may be
made equal to tho best hotel building in tin?
city and so far as location is concerned, much
the best for families and visitors. Tho entire
property will besoldon easy terms, and to any
person who wishes a bargain in Astoria real
C3tate, none can suit better than this. For all
particulars, address JOB K OSS,
BILLS; OF LADING, WAY BILLS,
. Receipts, and. all kinds of Commer
cial Printing, done.at tho Astorian office,
CALLl EXAMINE ORDER.-SSs.
x- Subscribe for
t Mui oriaiu
THREE. DOLLARS PER YEAR.
She MtM toriaiu
FOUR Al02sTHS ONE DOLLAR.
For 10 cents wc will wind I copy, "tt'c wills
'send the paper four months tor one- dollar:.
will send a roll ot pampu let. aim circulars for
nO cents one pamphlet of 'M pages for 2
eents. Send in your orders.
D. C.IK ELAN i. En. Astouian.
ILAS B. S3IITH.
Ofllee in barren Jt McCiit ire's building
posite Occrdent Jotel.
Facts Worth Knowing.
A. W Cone? - Astoria,
SIGN" OV THE GOrITEX SHOE.
Cannot fie beat in the Hoot and Shoe line.
Call and see him.
S1GX OF THE GOLDZX SHOE,
Jfaiii X'rcet, Astoria-.
ANXOGXCES TO THE PEOPLE OF
Astoria and vicinity that hois now pre
pared to do all kinds of
WATCHMAKING AND JEWELLING
in the neatest possible manner. All work,
K-sr Agent for thc WALTHAM and ELGIN
Watches. JKA CUTTING,
Chonamus street, Astoria, Ogn.
Corner Main and Chenamus Streets,
DKALKR IS THi:CHOkKST llANDS Of
Tobacco and Cigars, and the
Genuine AV o s t e n h o 1 m,
and other English Cutlory.
Fairchilcls Gold Pens.
A nd all sorts of
S T A T I O X E R Y, NOTI OXS ETC.
House and Sign Painting,
Special attention paid to Country icor;.
Shop on Squcmoqhr. 3treet,
ASToaii.i. - - - ki:;o..
New Store. New Goods..
IN THE SUMMERS BUILDING,
Chenamus Street, Astoria.
J. C. TRULLINGER,.
Would Rospcctfully Announce
To tho Citi'cns of Astoria and Vicinity,
That he is now here, and has Opened at tho-
Abovo Well known Stand,
A LARGE AND COMPLETE STOCK
Dry Groocls, Clothing,.
BOOTS AND SHOES,
And everything required for daily use, down
to a sack of Flour or Feed from my own mills
in Washington County, which will be sold at
the lowest market rates.
tfciul invite tho public generally to call and
examine my stock and prices. Having located
permanently in Astoria 1 " mean business."
VfcSTho Saw mill is now in running order,
with a full b6om of choice logs, and I am also
prepared to fill orders, large or small, on short
notice, for any kind of lumber.
J. 0. TRULLINGER.
BR I OK LAYER, k
Orders left at the Occident Hotel
Promptly Attended to.
J. Ji. Enapp, Knajiptvn ; Capt. J. Wext, West
port; II. Ii. Parker, S. X. Arriyoni, Unburn A:
Warren, J. Jladolltt f- Co. Astoria ; J. W.d- V.
Cook, Clifton :Jos. Hume, Eiueka: II. Wat sun
it Co. Manhattan; J. L. IlepAirn, Glen Ella;
J. G. Megter d Co. Urookfield, and numerous
others for whom I have
Built Furnaces, set Ranges,
and Kettles, and
"Spread the Mortr
During my 12 years residence
LIME, SAND, BRICK, PLASTER,
Lath, Cement, and all materials iit
my line, furnished to order.
iW Special attention paid to Furnace work
and Itanges. Cistern work warranted ;rood, -or
no pay. JWBTJEIt Jt UXKY,
Stockholder? in the AstnWa Milling
Company are hereby notitied that a meet
ing will be held at A.-toria, on Saturday
June 3df, 1876, for the purpose of electing
officers for the ensuing year, and transact
ingssucli other business as may come bu-
lore the'Tneeting. D. BEQUETT.EU
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