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FRIDAY. Juke 2, 1S7C.
0rffe airf Tow Heads 1876.
Upper Astoria, Clatsop county. Oregon.)
April 24; ibTtf. j
At a Special meeting of the Colum
bia JJirer'Fishennens-Beneficial Aid
Sociely, the follonnglregulations for
the government of all concerned
were -adopted. That the following
drifts and tow heads be established
for the fishing season of 187G.
First Drift. From Woody Island
to Brown's point. .
Second Drift. From Brown's Point
inside of Snag Island to the I2th red
Third Drift. From the loth buoy
to Tongue Point.
Fourth Dift. From Tongue Point
to a point a little west of Booth's
Cannery, at a place to be designated
by a spile or some permanent mark.
Fifth Drift. From the termina
tion of the 4th drift to Smith's Point.
Sixth Drift. From Smith's Point
to the Pacific Ocean.
Seventh Drift. From the red buoy
in the Prairie channel to Tongue
Point up or down.
Eighth Drift. The big snag in
Chinook shoot will he considered a
The fishermen in Astoria, in coun
cil have mutually agreed to bind
themselves to be governed by the
foregoing drifts, and it is expected
from boats outside of the Society that
they will also conform to the same.
By order of the Society,
THOMAS 1)K A LEY, Sec.
The Engine belonging to
Astoria lure Company co. 1.
For further paiticulars inquire
of the Committeo on Public
By order of the Common Council.
FRANK J. TAYLOR, Recorder.
About the first of June, the undersigned
Clatsop ami Pacific Counties
bunging with him from the famous stock of
Pcteifc A: Severance. California, several
Thoroughbred .lBcriito Burks,
One year old. which will be sold cheap.
PUT SMITH, Portland, Ogn
Eggs for Hatching.
WHITE LEGHORN FOWLS,
BAr LEY'S STOCK,
Non Sitters, Good Layers. r.
EGGS, 2 00 PER DOZEN7
Ordois accompanied with cash or approved
jawbone promptly attended to.
Dan. J. INGALLS.
Farm and Stock on Deep
River For Sale.
JGO Acres, partly Improved, CSood lEiiild
iuiss, Cattle, Sail l&oat. etc, etc,
Allof Mltih Mill he Sold J
Cheap for 4'ash.
tVSTFor full particulars inquire at this Ofiico
or on the premises of C, M. STAltK.
I offer for sale all my real estate in Clatsop
County, consisting of my original Donation
claim, on Lewis, and Clarke river, consisting
of fiie hundred acres tido land meadow, ac
knowledged to be the bct stock claim in the
county. Also, a large interest in tbe Upper
Town of Atoria- a ixrtion of John Adair's do
nation claim. Enquire of the subscriber.
T. P. POWERS.
Farm for Sale.
320 Acres Partly Under Cultiva
tion, about half of the tract
SITUATED IX PACIFIC COUNTY,
Will be sold cheap for cash, with or without
stock. Good house and out buildings and
orchard. For full description and further par
ticulars apply to or address
JOHN HUNTER. Unity, W. T.
Eeal Estate for Sale
Lots 2, 3, 7, in Block 18 ) ADAlFs
" 1,2,3, " ldi Astoria.
Lots 5, 6, 7, 8, inBlock 1 , Jg
" 1, in Block 18 Astoria.
Lot 7, in Block GG
S.hf Lots 7, 8, Block 60 I
Lot 2. in Block 99 J
South East Quarter of Section 36,
Town 8 Bange 9 West ;
North West Quarter of Section 36,
. Town 8 Bane 9 West.
3J-For particulars inquire of
Vf ft -VA-, -S S JMUilMlt
Independent "He kef .1
Eor Joint Representative ToYt Clatsop and
J. H. D. GRAY.
- - ." For' Clerk, .. -.
For County Commissioners4
P. HAMILTON', of Nehalem;
Thos. R. WASON, of Knappa.
I. W. CASE.
For School Superintendent,
Rev. T. A. HYLAND.
For Justice of the Peace,
L. W. POOLE.
PLATFORM OF THE PEOPLES'
The Committee on Platform, 3Iesrs J.
O'Brien, L. "W. Poole, and Thos Bramel,
repoitud the lollowing Tesolutions, which
were unanimously adepted:
Resolved, That the Independent Par
ty of Clattop county adopt as their plat
lorm lt", The elevation of labor;
2d, Tho encouragement oi immigration
od, Honest, energetic, and irreproach
able men for office;
4th, Liberal legislation in Tegard to our
internal improvement and public schools
5th, Ctueful and judicious legislation
looking to the protection ofourttaple pro
ductthe fibhing interest;
Gth, The encouragement of proper in
formation regaiding our commercial im
portance, and its material benefit to our
7th, Pledging our united and material
support of the public press against its ene
mies, at home or abroad;
Sth, That we demand of our State legis
lature, representation for CiaUop county
on the basis of our population.
BARRELS and HALF'BARRELS.forsaloby
' ' G. J. HOGUE,
At Chehalis. Lewis county, W. T., on tho
Northern Pacific Railroad.
April 8, 1870. tf
Tho Proprietor aro happy to announce that
tho above Hotel has beon
Repainted and Refurnished,
Adding greatly to tho comfort of its guests
IS NOW THE BEST HOTEL NORTH
OF SAN FRANCISCO.
A. J. MEGLER, C. S. WRIGHT, Proprietor.
TTnTTrmr w m
II 111 I I Iff I "ri a5.
C. H. DEXTER
N. KOEFCED Proprietor.
Cor. Concoralj and Main Sts,
IHIS OLD AND WELL KNOWN STAND
. is ono of the best and most convenient
Hotels for Mechanics, and has excellent facili
ties for tho accommodation of the traveling
public In connection -with the Hotel is
A First Class Restaurant,
Whore mealf cam be and at all hours. There
is also a
BILLIARD AND BAR ROOM
Attached to tho Hotel, where the choieest
qualities of Wiaei, Llqaorc aad Cigars may be
FRESH SUPPLY OF 2 and 3 PLY
Curtate, Floor Oil Cloth, Table Oil
Cloth, Window Slurite, for nle at PorU
Uiid,prietf hf Lf, Cue,
m AZWi "
reta vatvn u5W tTi'sUfV m.Uip
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R, WtlAMp, o f iljujtf pmfih.
. , r ForvI)istrict, Atterney:
R. STOTT. of Multnomah.
' A i T?,.'fWPAKKEKl of Clatsop. -
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.' J1 l J Commistroner:. I ; if,
1 i H. CARNAHAN,
J. P. RANNAN.
A.s ' Sheriff: ' T,v '
"SV. H. TWILIGHT.,
, i ' ;
'' v ?RR.SPEDDEN-
I. Y. CASE.
0 r M 3 ijl WVGEARHARf )
A. KNAPP, Jr.
TT fit? ATTT A1?T
.Hritti Ytt Coroner:"
r ,tstfia Precinct. O
r 1 .
Justice of the Peace:
run. w: L. McEWAN.
MAIN STREET, ASTORIA, OREGON.
T. BRAMEL - Proprietor.
rnlllS NEW PLAGE OF RUSr-
In Every Style, to Order.
Tho Proprietor will, as in times pat. strivo
to merit a share of tho public pati onage
WARRANT SATISFACTION TO
ANY WHO MAY FAVOR
HIM WITH A CALL.
Mcahs at all JTours!
-POSITIVELY NO CHINAMEN
IN MY EMPLOY.
W. E- DEMENT,
CIIEXAtfUS STREET, ASTORIA.
NEXT DOOR TO 1. V. CASE'S
DEALERJN PAINTS, OILS, VAR
TOILET AND FANCY ARTICLES.
Wines and Liquors Sr1
Prescriptions Carefulty Compounded.
ON THE ROADWAY, NEAR HUME
& Co's. CANNERY,
OF EVERY KIND.
Nails of All Descriptions.
DOORS AND WINDOWS,
RUSTIC, FLOORING, BLINDS,
MOULDING, SASH, ETC.
Wines and Liquors
BY THE BOTTLE OR THE GALLON
Custom made boots, and Shoes.
Tobacco of Fine Quality.
sr This stock is in every respect Al, and
will he sold at the lowest prices for cash, Give
me a call at the new store, on the Roadway,
Demand that bills be rendered
promptly, asd to do it akely, get your Bill
papar an J Statamaats printedat
THE ASTORIAN Offiea.
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Democratic Ticket, r
.I 'r' i LTHfI 4 .() '-'
II. KLIPPEL, of Jackon.
E. A. CRONIN. of lultnomnh.
"W. R. LASWELL, ot Grant.
LaFAEJTE LANE, -of jgjiuj.
Eor District Atterney:
P. R. STRONG, of Multnomah.
'C . a Joint Representative - -.- -
R. "VV. VVILSON,of Tillamook,
! i ' i
Sheriff; ( . - - .
,' -' CleW: "' '
D. W. LOWELL.
& 0 il i? AUsprf; a J O
W. L. WORTUINGTON.
Treasurer: n f t I
A. VAN DUSEN . J J '
s i : h A CoDimresieners:
r r Rev. T. A. HYLAND.
', u&stqri Precinct;
Justice of the Peace.
' ' Con.iable". "
ju. s. .w. pom,- r
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
Astoria, Oregon, opposite Custom House.
T Q. A. BOWLBY.
XTTOTiXEY .JL.T, LA W,
ASTORIA, i OREGON. '
Tp J. TAYLOR:.; : r
' ATTORXEY AT LAW,
Room No. 5, Brownrs-Building. '
A VAN DUSEN.
NOTARY PUBLIC, ASTORIA.
I Agent Wells, Fargo & Co.
"yl7M. KNEMEYER, '
VV Manufacturer of
Barrels, Kits, Tanks,
ETC., j EETC.,
NEAR KINSfeY ASTORIA J FISHERY,
ATill attend to all orders in tho abovo lino
promptly, and in a satisfactory mannor, at
reasonable prices. 2 tfm
Main street, Astoria Oregon.
"WATCHES and CLOCKS cleaned and re
paired in the best mannor.
pIIARLkS S. WrRIGHT.
Corner of Main and Chenamns street. Goods
received on consignment and sold to tho high
est bidder. '
pETER H. POX.
New Shop, Main Streot, Astoria. Clothing
of all kinds cut and made to order. Cleaning
and repairing.. '
C. IiEixENWEnER axp II. Browx, Props.,
Manufacture .alFkirids of Leather.
BAIN & FERGUSON,
Contractors and Builders,
ARE PREPARED TO
furnish material and
erect buildlings of ovory
discription ; executo any
and all kinds of Carpen
ters' and Joiners' work.
in the most approved styles, with .N eatness and
Plans and Specifications,
BILLS OF 3IATJSBIAL
Furnished on Short Notice.
Seasoned Lumber Always on Hand.
B5T Orders left at I. W. CASE'S STORE will
be promptly attended to.
A NICE ASSORTMENT OFJEW
elry Watch guards in various styles
BUSINESS CARDS PRINTED
Very cheap, at
TiiE ASTORIAN Oftct.
jti: ITS!ll lU I
JPROI AND AFTER THIS DATE
-- 7 'charges and advances on freighUlanfl
ed nt tho O. S. i5. Co.'s Whx.r; Astoria, must
ift iHiiaB'eforthrircish t iox?m vthinrhTo
house. J-.iK HUSTLER,
COLUMBIA RJVER PU.O"S.v
OfBce nt tho
i.Li;i r.i. h iHMin
iT "jt 1 1. i
U. A. SNOW, .
C. S. nuGlT;'Agent'. y
For Freight or' Charter. '
. THE'Al NEW SLOOPi
Geo. Flavelj i
FRED WASS Mnstpr.
Is now in reauino1"? for business, and offers
supeiiur accommodation to tonrit' on tho bay.
K.tf"Vill enrrv freight or pa-senjtors to any
point at reasonable rates. Apj)ly on board.
Astoria and Knappton.
"DEgitlar daily mail boat.
J. A. .RICHARDSON -.-aLster.
Yill leave Astoria,, ,
FOR KNAPPTON AND RETURN
irsTFbr freisht or passage, at living ratosV
apply on board, or at I. V. Case's store;
Unit? al Oysterville -ftes
Xjoomis t arr:il2jcrs - - Proprietors
STAGES IN THE ABOVE LINE
will leave Unity Tuesdays and Satur
days on tho anival of tho
STEAM hl.llws STEAMER
From Astoria, and will leave Oysterville Mon
day? and Fridays connecting with the ihvaco'
iiteain Navigation Company's steamer for
id" i-'apngerTiclceted through; also, thro'
bills of lading given for freight.
LWACO STEAAl NAVIGATION
UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE
' Gen. CANBY,
WILL BE IN READINESS TO DO
all kinds of towinjr nt reasonable,
rates. Eithor the Canby or Varuna will
make trips every '
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY,
FOR IL"WACO fUnity),
$r CALLING AT WAY PORTS,"
And return the same clay. Leaving at
tho usual hour, 8 o'clock, A. IM.
f&T The reputation of theso steamers guar
aetoe3 safe and spoedy tt antit to any point
JfcS" For, charter, freightr passage, or tow
age, apply on board, or at tho office of tho
Company in Case's Building, Astoria; or to
J. II. 1). GRAY, Agent.
Bv order of L. A.. L003IIS. President
. N. F. MUDGE,
Contractor and Builder.
. ASTORIA, OREGON.
ALL, KINDS OF CARPENTER
"WORK AND CONTRACTING
promptly attended to. i
rtST Special attention given to wharf and
mill construction. Address:
N. F. MUDGE, Contractor,
Y. W. JBOUTON,
OYSTERVILLE, PACIFIC COUNTY, W.T.
K3JA11 kinds of work done to order in the
And Plain and
EHTAL PLASTERER, JL
Orders left at tlie Occident Hotel
Promptly Attended to.
J. B. Enapp, Knappton ; Capt. J. West, Went
port; II. Ji. Parker, S. X. Arrigoni, Hobson (r
Warren, J. Badollet tfc Co. Astoria; J. W. & V.
Cook, Clijton ;Jott. Hume. Eureka; Hi Watson
fc Co. Manhattan; J. L. IlepAirn, Glen Ella;
J. G. Megler tfc Co. Brookfield, and numerous
othersor xchom I have
Built Furnaces, set Ranges,,
and Kettles, and
"Spread the Mprtr
During my 12 years Residence
LIME, SAND, BRICK, PLASTER,.
Lath, Cement, and all ihatcrials in
my line, furnished to order.
B" Special attention paid to Furntee work
and Ranges. Cistern work warranted good,
or no pay. PETER RUNEY,
FOR THE BEST AND THE JiATST
atyles of spring Hats go to Van Dusen's
who has just received a fine utortnf nt. tstf