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gfts pails rStoriim.
TUESDAY -MAY 31, 1SSJ
A few days since, -&t the resi
dence of a "leading tiitizen of As
toria, who was absent from the
city, the lady or the house was
compelled to call to her aid the
force of -a neighboring .gcntlcnyin
to eject JYom the premises an
insolent and most grossly insulting
Chinese domestic. This incident
will go to show that the idea that
Chinamen aie quiet and docile
creatures is a very great mistake.
"When not overawed by the pres
ence of the Caucasians, tliey arc
murderous and unruly, their quar
rels auioiiir themselves me verv
often brutal in the extreme. The
To Teacfce pnpilB of Pab-
The new aciiool books published by
A' S. Barnes & Co., and adopted by
hrj superintondents of Oregon to bo
' introduced the present season, arc
just received direct from the publish
ers, and are now for sale and exchange
at introductory prices set by the state
superintendents. Respectfully yours,
Carl Adler, denier in books and stationery.
Great bargains are now offered in the
cit of Williarnsport for any persona
wishing to locate from one lot to five
acres. It is welbadapted for gardens,
dairy ranches or pleasant homes; well
elevated, situated one mile south of
Astoria on Youngs bay, with a good
graded road to the place. For further
information call at my residence near
the cemetery. Joiix Williamson.
--.Inst received at Carl Adlora, a
full assortment of Sewing Machine
Needles of all makes and sixes; to be
sold at reduced rates.
P. .1. Goodman, m Chenamus
street, has just receivea the latest and
most fashionable style of gnts and
Indies boots, shoes, etc.
f i . .u.. ...:ii n i.i ....:..,.
n-,. ,. , , ,,t . 11 villi nuiur mi sun ins ciiiiic
ndmgot adead(:h,nmm.nunderstock of nal,.I,ocko,Jlf ira$ket8 and
circumstances which Iciim no cturt frames at a great sacrifice as
doubt that he has hern killed bvj hpJH iletcnnincd to close out and
, . . Inuit that line of trade.
To make room forau iininriue block of goods
that are arm lug b e cry steamer,
I will .sell lor Jhr
NEXT THIRTY DAYS
Greatly Keilucwl Prices!
My entire Uck. rimprtiMC tin luteal Mle-
A WORD OF WARNING!1 mi m T1!E ra m mmm
' Clothing, Clothing, Cloth!
Don t be Humbugged Again by Professed!
Auction Sales, Gotten up with tbc , vm mv pnpniiB XHS1IJ'II 'HUM
lilt Ii li.ii! i I illi t VI U!iil illliitui&.flit l JJiiuwii
Express Purpose of Gain.
WHS BUY TRASH WHES YOU CANlMA,!rnreEr
GET MUCH NEWER AND BETTER .
GOODS AT LESS PRICE-
Is is not reasonable that should a person meaning; a Ci)
square business desire to dispose of their stock at less;
jthan market price and without profit at Auction, would he! f
not chose a much larger held than our city.? , '7 -
You all have been taught a lesson a few months since . &
by the man "mit a license." Now don't be misled again,
for reference to buyers of Auction Trash I will post .them ' Q
J in a lew of my prices to compare.
his own countrymen, is a common
occurrence. The lives as well s
The air is full of it, "how frain-auce
a .-ki'llf ' ttttfk fimiuo ey flnwinoP a i
- I pt Jmi7ii4 iiiv iumc.1 w iuiuiibt :
laepropcMiytii oi.r im-ojih- wwih cnuiy Kottlef nt the Astoria Candy
Factory, next floor to Stevens & Son's
Hook store, opposite the hell tower.
l!'l.s f papsT, useful on the
dusk of ncroimUints, put up to order
anil for sole at J hk Asvtorian otlice.
be in constant peril if tin lhinee
largely exceeded u. in nuinbers.
The most ruffianly white men in
the slums of any of our eitiesj
never display such barbarity while)
under the influence of piwsion, as
tli niiinnc. flicrtlii' frtvwifk !; At Ilwaeo. T- Ma H. 1881, of
' 1 . . lii!.pa ttifutitnttt Win 1? enn f ti lt.
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anrl 1. (J. limnitluii. aged 2 years ami 3
men in the interior of China.
Recently a force of two thousand
Chinese laborers in British Colum
bia initiated a firM-cJass riot.
Having the uuuieiiciil strength,
they "were piompt li resort to
violence on the lirst occasion, for
discontent, in vokfelob ami in
factories, they have oti many oc-
A , ., , . , i .MH'ols f xhhI rtt having tlonc all In their
casions stnrliMl j-.tnk.es vrlncu Hwrr to lone tin Mild stiwls rvimlrcd will
would have failed forth the
denunciation of most of the
newspapers if the acto had
only been of our ou n race. These
outcroppings of Chinese character
are quite sufficient to show that
the condition of a Caucasian mi
nority would be truly pitiable: that
the supposed docile servants would
be the most oppicssive masters.
If the few who still admire the
heathen were to have their own
way, and bring an immense num
ber to this country, they would
ultimately lose as much by the
operation as the poorer people who
have to stand the first shock re
sulting from competition with their
labor. "With a Chinese immigra
tion of a thousand by each steam
er, wo have no doubt that it would
not be many veal's before this
coast would be shunned by white
men, and that all who could do so
Sixty men of some prominence,
formerly democrats, attended a
conference in Mississippi lately,
and organized an independent
party. They hope to take twenty
thousand democrat with them, and
will doubtless support Governor
Alcorn, whom the republicans will
mm: ruin.ic wim. plilvse takk
JL noti filmt Water s reel. in tit cilv of
.Worm, as ImuI out and leeonled by John
M. Sliivolj. and Nitifniixitie street orsiilil
frt. asliud out and recorded bj .lohn Mc
I3n an in a dangerou condition, and un
safe, ami ilie Minor and ihl-iiiikt of the
O'lHiMiiu (oiiiiell. and 8ueriuteudent of
One great need on the Pacific
Northwest is au increase of desirable
immigrants. Cndor present limited
facilities, it is impossible to offer as
great inducements as are held out by
other sections. Land speculators
stand in the way of the immigration,
although there ie much fertile terri
tory on which their tenacious grasp
has not beun closod. Our business
can only increase by immigration, and
without it merchants will have to
exist by the strong crushing out the
weak. Immigration has built up the
west, and made Chicago, with fewer
advantages than Porllaud or Astoria,
a wealthier, larger and more important
city than Sau Francisco, and is build
ing up man' other places that will
outrun San Francisco. The eastern
and western press are teeming with
items about immigration. From all
parts of Europe and from Canada
they are flocking to the X'nitod States,
and, like a fertilizing stream, arc
spreading out over the country. It is
useless to say the Rocky mountains
are a barrier, for they are pouring
over them only to pass by Oregon aud
settle in California. The subject is
one deserving the earnest attention of
the merchants of Portland and of this
city, as it has a more important bear
.ingonthe real wolfare of the state
than any development possible in any
im4 be reMMHioil'lc fnr any injury or damajre
Misianit'd i an) Krson orKTousin iraei
mr lixutfnj: mor r iihhi the same or any
Hv order of llie Maor.
1:. ii. avitmvEi.!..
Auditor and Clerk.
Astoria. May 27th. 1RS1
rPHI! ITIH.IC AKKfUUUiaiY NOTIFIKD
X that the undersKiied jr.111 not be re-
siHinsllile (or any Injury or tlamaKe sustained
by an) jerson or person" in travellnc or
Imuliuk over or upoj i w li.it is called A atcr
Mnn't in snieis.yionaj:is saiu iiinroiiKii
fare has neer been declared a lejral street.
Ml A. KINSEY.
II Iv. ('..SMITH.
) If. WKU'H.
1'oreir and heirs .TAS. VEIJ(II,
.Mrs..s. r. AVOOI).
Bkitish K.vitijri'iirriiLL ni:iti!i:i:
the master nor lie mideRigucd ron
stjjiiees of the alxn e Aiaiifed vessel will. 1m?
rexjMHisilile for any B'bw contracted by the
crew of ahl vessel illeJiit Astoria.
MACKUNf.Ii: K GII.UEUTSON.
Astona. OregHi, aaj pth, 1S81.
ITUifXl). An eiblein tf the K of 1. Caw
? be had iikii application at this olllce,
and iia.Mtient lor this acrtlseinent.
Ladles and Children s Shoes and Slippers
A COMPLETE LINK OF
MENS AND YOUTHS
CLOTH" EN G
.tftfffew t'tk-r. j
Astoria and Upper Astoria
Freight and Passenger Line.
Mr. P. B. Cornwall, who was here
a month or more ago, has purchased
Mr. Chas. Burnetts interest in the
Itenton coal mines. Mr. Cornwall is
a wealthy mau, and largely interested
in steamships and coal on this coast.
The mail from Astoria to South
Bend could he expedinted just as well
as not, now that they have a steamer
on Shoalwater bny. We shall make a
run over there shortly and let readers
of The Astoria- know about how the
world is moving north of usj,
Wtti leave the Occident Hotel and I'agc&
Aliens comer at
Six O'clock A. BI., Daily,
And each alternate hour thereafter.
Will also Leave Upper Town from
Mr. Fords Place at the End of
the Road, from Van Du-
sens Store and from
EACH ALTERNATE HOUR.
Saturday nights vill run later to accommo
date the iubhc.
Tin-alme will be the .stations Tor starting,
but this line has been established for the
accommodation of the public. and will carry
passenger. 1krrkc or freight, to any part
of elthetclty that is accessible to team,
lAi:KS. Tickets will be sold at the rate
of liVi cents per trip. IiagKajje an,i parcels
ni .same raie.
I- O. KITLEK, Maimger.
Astoria, Maj 27.1km.
PHOTO AND FERREOTYPE
S. IJ. CHOW .
Opposite Eidscopal Church. Stinemocihe St
Is now prepared to
or aH kinds and In the latest Mjles.
Copying and Unlnring Picturs in Oil Crav
on. India Ink and AVater Colors.
AU kinds and s.izes of TinTyins.
First Class Saloon,
CHICAGO BREWERY DEPOT,
On the Koaihvay, opjiosite the Oregon l!aH
way and Xaij?ition Co's wharf.
The choicest brands of foreign and domestic
WUiES, LMICOI1S AXD CIGARS.
crlict Chicago Beer.-sn
F. SHEIOIAN & CO.,
MA IX STREET, - ASTOKIA, OKEGOX,
Is prepared to .supply
Fresh Beef, Pork, Mutton, Veal,
Conictl 3Icats, Poultry, Game, Ktc.
Also coastautly on hand
Fresh Butter, Eggs, Vegetables.
SHU'S SUPI'I.IEI) AT LOWEST KATES.
Shermans Truck, Dray, and Ex
Orders left here will be promptly attended to.
EIGHT YDS. rilKK LLNKN CKASH "I
TJ5X YDS. PUHK RUSSIA C'ISASII I Hi
PUISK LINKX TOVKT. KXTK LA1SCK -"
NOSLTII MHip.S iiKFKKKD
LA1UJK SIZK 1IOXKY COM I. TOWELS CKXTS
POCIl J.AHGE blZK .MOKMIK TOVKI- aiCTi. KACU
SIX LAKOE SIZE MOKMIK TOWELS .VJ ! :M VVAl DOZKX
EXTIIA LA1IGE Tl'RKISII TO"VEIjS SR ST . CENTS
EXTRA FIXE UXI'.LEAf'HKI) TABLE I.IXKX
TEU YA11D :) 75 CENTS
EXTRA FIXE RLKACIIED TABLE LINEN SA OENTS
TURKEY RED TABLE LINEN, PER YARD. ... I W
j i Warranted fast s4hti
, .MA1LSEILES BED SIMIEADS I 2T. 2 m
! HONEY COMB BED SPREADS. LARGE SIZES. I SS
j HONEY COMB BED SPKEADS, EXTRA SIZE... I S3 2 m
.LADIES SOLID COLOR HOSIERY Ws 2T
LADIES RIBBED HOSIERY 12
LADIES PLAJX HOSIERY I 15
LADIES P.ROWN P.ALBRIC AN HOSIER V Si m
L.VDIES EMBROIDERED HOSIERS i'.
MISSES MERINO. STRIPED. 4 PAIR 23
MISSES ENGLISH SEAM, 2 PA lit 2T.
MISSES FANCY HOSE. EXTRA (iCALITY.
TWO PAIR 3.1
LADIES HEMMED HANDKERCHIEFS COL
ORED BORDERS. :: PAIR FOR 25
Boots, Shoes, l LA5! FJT"??: .l:;1,s -
Li.Uiri JJ11J-V11U. riirv, .vun v,uw;r o
LADIJCS PURE SILK, ALL COLORS j IW
iAnd liner )! Im inHHrtimi
GENTS CANTON FLANNEL UNDERWEAR r 75
GENTS MERINO EXTRA HEAVY UNDERWEAR . 7T,
GENTS IILI'E AND KEI) FLANNEL UNDER-
WE Alt, ALL WOOL - 1 ) 2 f
GENTS BLUE OVERSmiiTS 1 Si 1 75
GENTS OVERALLS AND JUMPERS M 75
GENTS 1JLVE OVERSHIRTS 1 2T, 1 7.".
GENTS WHITE SHIRTS 1 00 1 m
GENTS PERCALE SHIRTS 1 00 1 Wl
GENTS FULL KEGULAll MADE HOSE 12-
BOOTS AND SHOES LOWER TILVN THE LOWEST.
llefore purchasing your goods elsewhere
call in and examine my good- and price., a
it will pay you well for your IrettWe.
WHITE HOUSE STORE,
t'orncr Main and Chenamus stteelN.
G. W. HXJWIE
Wholesale and Retail Dealer
ETC.. ETC., ETC.,
BLOCK TIN, PIG LEAD,
FLOATS, MAULS,. HANDLES,
GUM ROOTS. RICE, ETC., ETC.,
IN QUANTITIES TO SUIT.
ASTORIA, - - OR KG ON.
IB CT;J. KACII C
13 - ,
SB " -
I A I'ino Siovli ol rrfipr:i :i:t! I)o:iiftic C'iollis. C:issiiiires, :inI
" TomJn. A Fill! Line ol Tailor Trimming's, lltv.
I Tin Host iiltfr mid Tailor -will Irfalif up liis f.'oods -with
Full Ciitniiiity as to Fit and FiiiiIi.
Keiiieinher these are all first elavi regular ohI. ami eau Ik Imtifilit at .oi iihii'mihI in ' H-.tiw; thmlv first Havi -elet-ti.Hs ( Al sorts . men's apiarel. ele., I hoiwthnt Hit
anyipiniitity. You must not Imagine bvoiitsr t ;e man "mit a lieeiiM' offers ou doeiis nnne lHTttfr MWt out udmn will W-iwnt with.
lliey lllllM IK- CIH.IJI. ijilUK .11 ini f uiMrKiii ill ill niinnin. inni " inipijuttiiin- Olirs lnll .11. i. JJ1-.A 1 .
will ai least in iMMcii. i iiaw aifi anuHi'r mv mw .ii.ki; n,.ir.! i.r. a-riu.i..-t .rr .mnr!...! .mt . ii hw
THE COLUMBIA 'BREWERY
f1 1 P
3IKS. H, A. DERBY,
MASONIC HALU - ASTOKIA. OKHfiOX.
Will open her new stock
On Tinrsflay, May 1, 1881.
A FIXE ASSOKTMENT 01-
The Josephine Seamless Kid Gloves
Warranted to be the best in the market.
Also, a large assortment of
Infants Wear and Ladies Dres
A large variety of
NEW MILLINERY GOODS
Ptirrlincl by !ierrlf
Hats, Bonnets, Velvets,
Satins, Ribbons, Ruchinp,
Collars, Etc., Etc.,
3IAIN STKEET, - ASTORLY, OREGON.
For sale ex Warehouse at Astoria orrortland
by B ALFOUK, G CTHRI & Ce.
5C-U Portland, Oregon.
Kuaraiilcecl not to t.tniHi in 21 hois.
""'r; tk. nr.nr-, . fS4& &&
j K I 1 I III J I I I I X Si j I IS SLTERIOR TO MOVLj Mi I- KXCKI.l.FI) lt NOM. ON THIS COAST
IN ASTORIA. . ' JOHN HAHK, - - PROPKIETOR,
I. COSCE3ST, CHENAHUS STKEET, - ASTORIA., OREGON.
CORNER OITOSITK THE TOST OFFICE. ! oarOnlcrs left at the CEUMANIA l'.KEK HAM. will In promptI attemle.l to.-ffa
ANOTHER WORD OF WARNING !
I see you Isaac and will
As it is customary this season -with merchants to quote prices in advertisings IwiLshow therpublic that?' If Can
not be Undersold, and would draw attention to the following
OE IFL I O S3 X. X
Nine yards pure linen cmsh M. ... $1 00
Eleven yards Russia crash !.,.. 1 00
Extra large linen tovrels 20
Extra large honey-coml towels ...-"., . . . - 15
Five mormie towels for...: 50
Extra large Turkish towels 25
Extra fine unbleached table linen, per yard - -15
Turkey red tahle linen, warranted fast colors, per yard 75
Large size honey-eomb hed spreads 75
Extra sizo honey-comb hed sxreads 1 15
Gents good suspenders, and upwards 25
Great Bargains in Clothing,
Great Bargains in Boots and Shoes.
Great Bargains in Dress Goods,
Great Bargains in Laces,
Great Bargains in Hosiery.
Great Bargains in Buttons.
Ladies brown or bleached, bfdhdgan hoee, per Jmu-
All other hosiery iiirKrportKm.
Gents (.'anion flannel nndershiriB and drawsrs, each
Gents good Merino undershirts and drawers, each
Gents good, all wool, red or blue ikuuiel undershirts and
Ten pairs gents cotton soda (not warmHted fnll regular)
Gents blue shirts
All other goods in proportion.
.... - 20
Great Bargains in Hats,
Great Bargains in Furnishiim- Goods.
Great Bargains in Dress Trimmings,
Great Bargains in Embroideries,
Great Bargains in gloves.
. Great Bargains in House burnishing Goods,
Great Bargains in all Departments.
My Embroideries, Laces, Corsets, and Kid Gloves were all bought direct from importers and manufacturers in
New York, and prices are fully 20 per cent cheaper than similar goods are selling elsewhere.
This is no advertising dodge, as I have each and every article advertised, and will sell them at prices queted:
G. H, COOPEE,
FBIOE I X L
Corner of Main and Concomly Streets,