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ASTORIA, OREGON :
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D. . IRELAND .EDITOR
"WEDNESDAY JtjxeT, 1876.
Suicide of the Dethroned Sultan.-
Telegrams from Constantinople an
nounce the suicide, on Sunday last, of j
Abdul-Aziz, the recently dethroned
Turkish. Sultan. To-day his body rests
in peace in the mausoleum of Mahmon.
Although personally a weak man the
late Sultan was the most liberal mind
ed potentate that has ruled in Constan
tinople. He was the first of his line to
visit western Europe. This was in 1867
and although the journey tended to
make him popular in England, France
and Austria, the countries lie visited,
it alienated him from the Mussulmans
at home, and the leading men of the
JEmpire have ever since visited upon
him all the troubles which have befal
len his government, until the Softis
demanded things and compelled re
quests which drove lum out, hopelessly
insane, and as a last resort impelled
liim to the deed which ended his mis
erable life as above .stated". After his
return in 18C7.he allowed foreigners to
hold real estate in Turkej7, established
a liigli school after -the model of the ; Posfcage on the Weekly Astoria
French educational institutions, and.i is two cents u paper to any part of
inaugurated other important liberal the United States, when sent by peo-
, t - r , .pie not connected with the newspaper
branches of reform government. j ni(. W(J m wJ1, gend four
These and other innovations,. to-1 (separate dates), equivalent to one
gether with his attempt to change the ( month, to one address, in one wrapper
orden of succession in fimwof his son , (post-naid), on receipt of 25 dents.
" Raleigh Stott
F.R. Stro)ig ....
W. W. Parker. . .
B; W. Wilson...
J; H. D. &RAY . .
W. H". Twilight .
Thomas Dcaley. . .'
For County Clerk,
R. R. Spedden . .
D. W. Lowell....
A. JECnapp, Jr. ? . .
For Co. Treasurer,
I. W. Case
J. P. Bannan
John Hobson '
John Loomis :
T. B. Wasox
For School Sunt,
John "W. Gearliarii
jd or oiirveyor, j
Lewis Hariuiick. .
For Coroner, ,
S. W. Dodd
' 22 17
W. -Spying! .Stock!
- NOW -OPEN,
The Old Corner.
A. VAN DTJSEN,
4 ' "Wholesale and Retail Dealer in "
' Corner Main and Chenamus Streets,
PBICE THIS STOCK,
1 'jE3-$tiR IT CANNOT BE BEAT.
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. t : : ir t t s t : j $ s ; :
f.v iq p, fD q p pc- riq i fc m gj ,o e ?d
Any ono wishing charcoal can bo
iount by nndrpcmg
from his eldest nephew, fomented a
spirit of discontent among his Moham
edan subjects. Troublo with the
Christian population has been .chronic
in Turkey for the past half century. fnrnWied with nny amount by nddVing
-it j.i. ij i r o:.; .,, ujuci w s. j . a. ixtnix vu-xvjpr,
nutv tiiu iiite aapeui; ui iiuans win
pacify the Herzegovina and the other
disaffected provinces and lead to an
amicable settlement of European com
plications, it is, at this time, difficult
to understand. The fauhriii Turkey
has not been with Sovereign-but with
the system of misrule which has pre
vailed since the Turks crossed the
Dardanelles and established them
selves as an European Power.
Thero'is funds in the Treasury of
Pacific County to pay all outs-tanding
County Oiden;. Interest will cohc Irom
this dite. JOHN CRELLEN,
Trcaburer Pacific Co.
Oybterville, June 5,-lS78.
The new freight and" passenger
schedule of the 0. and .C R..R. Com
'pany, took effect on the first of the
present month, and does not increase,
as anticipated all classifications re
maining as they formerly were except
salt, which is reduced oue. dollar and
.ixiy cents on the car load. We also
understand that freights south of Eu
gene city reduced"ffom an. average of
seventy-nine cents per Hundred to
seventy-five. The average cost of
transportation to and from Eugene
City, sixty-three cents per hundred.
Vfe are pleased to learn that' the au
thorities - see M .to, reduce rather than
Columbia Bar Saloon
Jas. M. Ltxch ..... Proprietor,
J:- H.. Cutter's and Miller's
Extra Old1 Bourbon
! BLOOD "WOLFE & CO'S PORTER,
TEXNANTS PALE ALE.
Andn ehoico lino of'imported WINES and
LIQUORS to which I invito tho attention of
my customers and tho-publib generally.
JAS, M. LYNCH.
There will bo a meeting of tho Anti-Chinese
AT THE COURT HOUSE ATT
O'CLOCK MID AY EVEiSTOG,
JUNE 9th. 1S76.
to which tho public are invited. On which
occasion Gen. 0. F. Rell willr.ddress tho
mesting. A-11. SALE, President.
V. R. Ross, Secretary,
U WtoM &&mm
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for. ChcBnniKs nmlTAss Street,
ASTORIA, ORK;o. , .
AN INDEPENDENT NEWSPAPER:
THREE DOLLARS PER YEAR.
The Only Paper Published jat the Sea-Port of Oregon
SATURDAY'. : .'.....June 3. 1876.
LOOK AT THIS.
-The Dalles eople -won't celebrate
at Portland, Centennial Areek because
tne HiTenmg Journal said a vA old
Dalles saloon was' established in
chureh. The Tribune renels the-, base
dander by saying that there is no j CbblifoVTbiCb FvUlt.
sucn a, tiling tnere, anil that the Dalles
la Great Variety, at
I ; Russell's Variety. Store,
t v A.inroTDnYfj
people, including saloon men, have T i' ' l ' 4' '. .1
some ideas of propriety andthe "eter- -- tlOtGgrflplll& AltlStj
iial fitness of things,' as well as peo
ple iii Pertland:
The Illinois Circuit Court have
fvecided the Chicago Mayoralitj' case
favorable, to Colyin.
Having built atow laildh. specially adap
ted to the business, next' door to l3f. Kin
sey's on the Jtpatlway, is nov )rc-
parcd to take '
First Crass Pictures,-
Call nod'fcecuro a
But the thing ' At reasonable prices.
s f Three Copies of the Weekly Astorlan
C-Which is Just The Thin
tend to your friends'abroad.
D. Iv. Warbkx. , , . . C-A. McGuibb.
Astoria Market !!
Corner of Chenamus ancFCass streets,
" ASTOKI A, OREGON.
WARRPN 05 McGTJIRE, Proprietors,
(Successors to JIobton 0 Wart en,)
Wholcsalo andlletail Dealers in alt kinds of
Fresh and Cured Meats!
A full line o f Family Groceries, l
CANNED TRtJlT, -VEGETABLES, ETC.
vs"Buttcr, Eggs, 'Chee3er etc. ' constantly
-j" Ships supplied at tho lowest rates.
Pi-Fees, mclnding Gane and llandlcs, six feet,
nine Dollars ; 6)2 Ject i.75.;..7Jf ept, 10 30.
Orders promptly hlled by
A..VANDUSEX, Sole Agent,
,f ' - "tor Astoria. Oregon.
A, SPLENDID .STpOK OF
Dry Gpods, Har;dyare
NAILS AND ROPE!!
Boots and Shoes,
Hats and Caps,
Paints, Oils $ Window
AND A PULL SUPPLY OF
DOORS & WINDOWS,
WHICH WILL tie SOLD CHEAPER
THAN EVER BEFOKE. . .
2As I am making n spociajity irv
that line of hufir.es, partios in want of
Doqrs and "Windows will find it to their
advantage to call.
I. W. CASE.
Oflieo in "Warren & McGufrc's building, op
posito Occident Hotel. '
Facts Worth KnoiuinS.
A. W: Cone, - - Astoria,
SIGN OF THE GOLDEN'SllOE.
Cannot bo beat in tho Boot and Shoo line
Call and seo hUo.
SIGN OF TUB GOLDEN SHOE,
Sfiiln Street, Ator!a
WATCHMAKER and JEWELED
ANNOUNCES TO THE PEOPLE OF
.Ajtforia nnd vicinity that he is, now pre
purcd to do all kinds of
WATCHMAKING AND JEWELLING
in the neatest possiblo manacr. All werk:
-Agent for tho WALTII AM and ELGIN
Watches. IKA CUTTING.
. Chenamus stroot', Astoria, Ogn.
i .vot. o murlrllA Tnef I-iah- f 1,. .,,. suaaow ere tne substance tades.
to .proceed "now is "beyond our dull j "YANTEI.
ecmpreh'ension. .A later dispatch' . r..,
Main Street, jtstoria Orccon,
I. MJERGMAN ,
-pESPECTFUJiLY CALLS T J IE ATTEN
Xj t:oa of tho public tt the 'fact that tho
above Market will always bo supplied with a
PULL YAPJETY BEST QUALITY '
' . ov .,
t FRESH AND CURto MEATS !
Which will be sold at lowest-rates, wholesale
and retaH. Special attention 'given to supply
ing ships.. : . t . -
says an election was oidered for June - Anjres, 25
l?Xh'. That 'will fix it iwjnaibc. sNoae butagobd'hhi
L-L 11 - Apply 'nfe " '
Afeiflto.io pcnferal hoxisc work.i
to ,S30 nor month.'
hand noed appkv
Apply nfe "' '-Miss- DAGGETT'S.
f '!PACIPIO MARKET,"
Geraiaii Sausage Factory
New Building M Parker Houso-Block.'
-....... v.v.v ..vr. ....
The Jarrett & Palmer
San Prancisco on
-i1 " : T
w -"-""" v" VrOYEhTY.J5AllBERSIIOP.
the 4tli. just eighty- - T , "'
' ' . . .1-5 t in nlfioft in -trot vfttir.i
Tnvna liMti-.. 4T11--Tr TiT,Tf re o-iirl ' ' '
isirsfenseconds-froin Jersey Oily. ' Onsorral ivlIXUPl
" - V f 1
Come xmd. rry thc'Novelty'.1
Dr. J. C. AyerVrLowelliAIass.,.'
live noted patent medicine-man, "was
sent to the Asylfcni on loisday, . iuH
.t , j
FISH BARRELS !
Half Barrels, Ouarfer Barrels,
'f AND KITTSJ
AT LIVING JPMCES, AT TE(E
Knappton Barrel Factory,,
Knappton, Pacific Co., "W. T
Corner Main and'CficniiThus Streets,
ASTORIA :::.v. oreuon.
DKALF.R IX THE CHOICEST j5ltv?T OF
Tobaeco and Cigars, and. the
Genuine Woste n.h.o 1 in-,
'FaircKilds Gfalfl Pens.'
And aH aorta of
STATIONARY, NOTIONS ET.
House and Sign Painting,
PAPER HANGING, " '
Special attention paid to'Gountij'icork
Shop on Squemo(iha street,
ASTOHIA, - - , - ORKON.
Iloll'atlay's WHarf; Mair'Stretf .AstoriuvOgn.
DREAD, CAR ' - ,
t PIES, PASTRY,
' - . . (DRCKERS, ETC):
W of the Oregon Bakery of which Ct
Binder deceased," -a proprietor, tho sauio as
usual, by Mrs. CHARLES BINDER. ' , .
Firt Class Baker employed, mnd perfect
satifaction guaranteed. All orders, mrgo or
small, promptly filledfoa short notice Pat
ronage of jthopubliei respectfully solictvjd.
. M1IS. CRAtf. BINDER,
J. S. MAYEE,
Parker House block; AfctoriavOregen:
BUSINESS CARDS BRIXTED
Tfte$ cbcftt at
2HE ASSOItlAX Office.
o all'Fortsof the Cle:iiiot'and Best made'
.Nuige'fnlm tho bost rualityfjfirork,and
Jieef, at ,llip aboyo shiml, in quantities suffi
cient 16 5np'pIyit&6Uradohasjusr opened. a
n(w.?U)CJi9f. Jtn ;t . ,f ; i .
.J?p,SEK7ESA2fD CANNED PR UIT
, ,Anda gpodjiualiti' of, Cigars, and Tobacco,
R"Frch Butter, Cheese, Eggs, Rains, Ba
con and shoulders, always on hand.
RTFros-h Beer, Pork, Mutton, and Vegeta
bles supplied to order. GalLaud givo mo a
Arid7erythitJj? Voqitrrec) for daily nsej doifcn
New Store... J , Niew Goods.,
" JUbt Opened. t .
IN THE SUMMERS BUILDING,
"Chenamus Street, Astoria. "
j; C. TRimLINGJER,
' WouTt( BosicctfnlIy ATinounco ;
To tho Ciii'en'of Astoria and A'ioiniy,
Thathe-iRiow-.Jieroand has Opewed-at'tho
. ! 4 Abovo.AVelliknourn Stand. , . i
New Pleasure Yaicnt.
rpHE NKAV SLOOP
R-CSHB-ELY, :..' Master.
Isriow ready for freight or eharttir'to any
point on tbq bay. Having lino accommodar
tions for ple'asuro seekers, and a 'record f&r
fa.st sailing, offers superior accomnjodations
Por froight'or charter, at reasonable rates,
apply at the restaurant of J3; C. II olden.
d K. C. SHlrEL lr, istoria.
City Book ; Stoke !
' DEALER IN
All Kinds of BOOKS,
" STATIONARY,' tTC,
miTE LATEST AND BEST EASTERN
X Periodical and Weeklies, and tho leading
'Newspapers of the duy.-forVaTe-, "
' i5S"Ceast Charts andiShipping Blanks con
stantly on hand.
Astoria- Brewery Saloon,
And Bdttled Beer Depot !'
" MAIN STREET, ASTORIA.
RLWOLPH EARTH. ;
uv ' MfCH(A'L 3IYER&,
" ' ' ' ' 'Proprietors
The Best Ouality Lager Beer,
IVJS UiSTiS A UiiAa&i
GJ" The patronago of tho public lS'rcspect
fully solicited. Orders for Lager, or Bottled
,Beer. iruany quantity, prpippjty Hlled.
CST Free Lunch day aim night.
i :; '.T l.i , - ; .-.,'.,nf
,,7SQ., EEADX P.Qn-USIXESS. .
;ajr3niHopieliiaiuif2clur,esKEej yfgMoney Here .
to alsaekof Klour oriKeedfrom inypfrn milh
in Washington County r which will be solU'at
the lowest marKot rates, i, - jjiiw -i,..iv'Ji 'l..yr! rr.
. xfL invite tho public generally to can nna ptiit-p TTVTiTTTavTan ttpg Tt-fiT"
UAiuuiuv inj,.-iutR iui uuuOTr anniiih vw.w -- -x zi.r--.. i. v..t,i: rw. i- ii
permanently in Astoria Jp" mean business.".
tvi.- c? iiV . & S' ft-'a .Tti '
-o jluu iuw juui lb now in running uiuui,
with a foil boom of choice logs, and I am also
prepared to fill orders, large or small, onshort
notice, for any kind of lumber.
J. C. TRULLING2H.-
I fn inform the nnhlirfih ponTn-1- nntl tlm.
-fifkeruieii purticularljv.tha't he'is now prepar
ed to make sails of every description on short
notice, and at reasonable rates.
Address : A. M. JOHNSON ,