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THURSDAY JUNE 1, 1SS1
ISSUED EVERY MORNING.
I. C Irclatnl, Kdilor and Priinrlrlur
Axtnrtan Iiniidhuq, Case tfUrevt.
Terms of Subscriptien: j the 2Cth inst. in regard U A worn j iaeific shore, and back and forth from
IIZZIZ? SSiS0 i'a ,crried' "fT- mountain emt to the ocean
entby mail, four months S 0& j steamships. I on are aware that wuce t . .
sent by mail, one year. ". '' J the disablement of the .State of Cali-; "shouting t tt!e cry of
4 Froo of Pottace to .Subscribers. . fornia we have lieen pushed for time, j freedom,"' and its melodious and in-
,.,. . i'i'.v . Iml "ve lHHin 'WSwH tlietapiriiH' bugle-call was, indeed, worth
Advertisements marled by tke jw t moA of , j t our UMJf(OWlL it , "
-ho rate of SI 30 .or iare per tamta. I aUH.s whjre we 0l,Hjfed 7o"ns we . "0,,sana M'e"' ll oke th U"
rransientadverti8inB.bytheU.y . yn mR e to JHV. the freht light- j ""' " rf freedom in every
' 3fty Cnt3 """ " .wertion. m tljj a m revt as I vallny and every hill top from the
The XXicttl Islorian
1 a mammoth -Oiivi. nearly double
the i,e of the Dailj. It is jteit tlM' im- .
per for the fireside." containing in audi-1
t ion to all the eiinent new. eholee mis-!
cellany. auneiillural matter, iiiarkii iy-,
porU, ete. It is limiihed to single shi-.
-- . . r n i
Mscments inserted at establislied i-as. i
T?.TT? iJTXT '
ri b jl i X .
Ihk l)ii.v astohian- ! l v: in j
ww Tub asim.:ia.n ihUw ik,. !am.v
c i .;' '' " Mtr.xJ. rer r i
.. rvitfinu iv-.m
-The Ellerbank wont to sea yester-
day in tow of the iironliain.
-Portlnnders are preparing to re-!
ceive their annual .June iloi.d. ;
-The Clan Ferguson started up
river yesterday in tow of the Ordway.
n , .. ' , r
- Steamer Columbia will sail frmu
this port for San rrnncisco to-iaoriow
-jne .lEwna mane a inp io nm-,
Illftjrai.uu ! lllimi a.'.m .-m ,
tons of iron.
Dr. Miller lias been called out of
the city on the business, and will not j
return until Saturday. .
- Ihe narrow gauge roiling .sth,
fotmerly in use between WalluSii and
Walla-walla, is to go to Seattle.
Mr. II. D. Parkers new steamer
the Clara Parker had steam up yester
Portland to-day J
aaj', and will go to
- Mrs. B. S. Worsley and the little
niio itifl TVTia C. W irnlfnii if.. mi
joying a visit at the famous farm of
n 1. tt 1 1 u
Capt. Harlow. L
Regular convocation of Saints
John R. A.. Chapter this (Thursday)
evening at 7:30 o'clock-. All com
panions arc invited.
Carl Adler presents a vory at
tractive ad. this morning, but the ad.
is not half as attractive as the goods
which it represents. Call and see.
There seems to be considerable
competition among the artists at Asto
ria, and there are now four galleries in
full operation where but a month ago
oTie scarcely lived. They go upon
Mr. Frank Keclar leaves by
steamer Columbia to-morrow for the
cast. IIo will return to Astoria in
about sixty days, and expects then to
become a permanent citizen, and will
put up a building for his business
One of Mrs. Kerchhoffs little sons
fell in a fit on Squemocqha street
yesterdaj. He was accompanied by
another little brother at the time, who
took the sad incident at heatt very
much. It was to him a vciy perious
I. Cohns window, corner of Ren
ton and Chenamus streets presents an
elegant displaj' of goods. We doubt
if there is another show wmdow in
the state of Oregon fliat can come up
to it, and all prices ate plainly
The Standard says: "Lizzie Ron
nie was arrested in Astoria and
brought to this city yesterday, to
answer to a charge of larceny in
Justice Petrains court to-day." If
the Standard will trace this matter up
it may find that the woman has been
shamefully abused by her "protector."
A man commonly known as Pete
walked overboard from Parkers dock
yesterday morning and but for the
timely assistance of officer Ginder,
and the watchman at the Parker
house, would have drowned. He was
pulled out wetter on the outside and
not so drunk internally as when he
took ihe plunge.
Messrs. Leinenweber and com
pany ship by steamer to-morrow two
cases of their manufacture of boots for
an Ellensburg Oregon, customer. To
illustrate the present disadvantages of
shipping we may sa3' that these cases
go first to San Francisco and are then
shipped back to Oregon again by a
different line of steamers.
Two men were killed and one
injured at a tunnel near The Dalles
on Monday, by the premature dis
charge of a blast. Mr. Dan White,
forrnan of a gang of Chinamen, wjis
blown over a high bluff into the river.
His body has not been recovered.
One Chinaman was blown into the
air and fell near the spot terribly
mangled. Another Chinaman had his
leg broken. Mr. White was a single
man aged about thirty-five years and
was a native of New Brunswick.
Reply from Mr. Ivlmr.
Tlie following reply from Mr. John
Muir, general freight and passenger
agent of the Oregon Railway jumI Nav
igation comiHiny, addroteed to the
signers of the remonstrance from Aa
Writt, will explain itself :
PoKTi.Axn. M 2P. 1R1.
i .1. W. Gearhart. E,.. and others, A-
loriM. uregon :
Dear sirs:-I have your favor of i
much delay as ;Hiblu. ;
Ym.rs wpeotfiilly, John WriR, .
In Oi.d:tnati they W- U,furlh 1,ur i '-sciletl .s.Mirttti
s:Hi ,. mtlU io ;-;i ;r u- ..e-a a i.w. ' m
jiiKfr on hiid.v. Gotmdenag the
j . j n l- -
r - j( (
J5noe soearne; t xlul over in ' . -. , j - . .,
.. ,-,, . ,,; , . create, it inched into the imminent
I imailhi eonnty. I he wool cm,, ha; a(. erntihheil im ih1 voHes!
nl hea leen an avcra. vieW. ljir-e , -v a.:t- ,-. aj ,.. ji .iMJ
"! i ii are awn; tttrHigi . roimiiM- o1 ,;, w, WKS ,,, hiiiMHdf)
W.oti daily f-ahipwciit. Ck.mJ Mml AriatWeiS C'alo ami
-That jctaiv , 1M. Ineidl ! Leomdns, he. almost tiniiMikotl.
f iM 1'Hck, ly Kant, remveent-s !! ami well nigh forgotten aniidj
,n,uu.,wuw ft,. Ui. .,.. l.uJ-- ftvnJilu. MM.iiumiintitl shadows of those'
"' -" " i
Uetaware last Marcii: "lite only J
atate in Amri"thi mMa'l hear!
I tlie. I
j-rU !,.. v- "Atx recent i
Mu6ki - v ball the toihst of the 1kmkm
: waa poem." If this thing U to he-
, oome the , M'e haveawhofc wattle-
jlNMketfiil of ball coatuiuet to ive
J - -
. The wfee man hwkoth at the W
in oi u.e uem u aeo it ine tM-y w,
ft i! xiorr :
.n.. .i.to 41 ,miv. mn,v.,n; j.wl, ,jWj j j,e .fmUKl lOl" UlllHllllg till'- I
but the fnI takes lMt ia ihejuaea.
u""" lo"s ""' m "e hh,
U,e ,UH "f V!'
-An eehane aayis: To deau ontt dent of thu Western Union Tl
a stove mjH place a piece of xinc mi j rra!i company for Oregon :iiid
the live -! in the slve; the -ajori Washington, .state that the follow
producedby the nc will carry off the! mS extensions of the eompHtiys
sons who have tried the iqcM claim
;t ,,; Wrtr. U
- Salting the wheat fielda i reen-j
mended to bring the crop on early and
enrich its growth. It is .vnid to prc-
. ', '
imjiu. jutu sMMiiiMcr oeu. 11 c inu
,..i' n.i.i ...i ,: :.. i-
n. iwium iii;ji niit ucii ill jura, nu
should trv it on an acie or two.
--Parties have recently been exam
ining the pogitiouand condition of the
bark David Uoadley, which vessel has
lain stranded for several months past
in the Strait of Fucn. The reports
are favorable, ami it is expected that
work ill be commenced on her feoon.
. A lady graduate of medicine in
Washington has been tendered the
position of resident physician on one
of the largest Indian reservations in
the west. We Impe she will accept
and proceed there at once. We know
of no cheaper or more certain way of
lfaclorily ving the Indian prob
lorn than by placing all the reserva
tions under the medical charge f lady
graduates, in about ten year a live
Indian would be a genuine curiosity.
- -The large number of pennons who
have assembled to hear ridiculous
lectures on the future life shows that
the country contains a considerable
percentage of lunatics. Another fact I
many so callod mediums drive a
profitable trade. They toil not,
noithor do they spin if we except the
spinning of very Billy yarns, to satisfy
the crodulity of those who are willing
to pay for the privilege of being hum
bugged. Harpers Magazine for June the
beginning of the sixty-third volume
is a brilliant number. It is not more
attractive from the artists point of
view than it is impressive in a literary
sense; having contributions from the
best writers in every one of the many ;
fields covorod by its contents. James
Parton contributes a curiously inter
esting article on the trial of Joanne
Dare. The principal illustration of
the article is an excollont engraving,
by Stnithwick and French, of Rastian
Lo Page's celebrated painting.
Secretary Windom will compel a
rigid enforcement of the stcambont
laws required by the revisod statutes,
which provides that evory oflicor who
neglects, or refuses to make any return
or roport which he is required to make
at stated times by an act of congress,
or regulation of the treasury depart
ment other than his account, within
the time prescribed by such act or
regulation, shall be fined not more
than $1,000. and not loss than S100,
Three officers who have failed to make
the reports lequirod by law, have
bocn called upon by letter from Sccre- j gU,s,,Ptl French aul,,or wl, not in
tary Windom to explain their neglect wa " 'ith the govern
to comply with the existing order, and ,ncnt' ,sn l !,TU,US" T,,c onl' CV'
have been informed of the penalty ,wl,on of ll ls that l,ie mBf7 Italians
they have incurred thereby. I foel t,ie need of lIo,.n' S0lnS, d
Mr. Davidson, the photographer,
gives special attention to copylngand
eniariiinj; ducinres io anr.sizy uesireu.
and iinishfmi in India inK fljJtfatcr col
ors. Duving the nextfw ds his
Irxif1TXvillcall on the
resident of -Ystoria to li-ccivc orders for
this kiiBl o
i t.v .J..-, :
receivefirstl class andyisatAfactorv .
MillA, Up. ZlT ! 1VIIII1BUI. IU Ull
meantime his operator athe branch
eallery he will keep buijjiwfkiug
negatives of the handsome and plain
people of the city.
XXOIK. J-jTk Ul VipCl.sWII Willi.. , .. ... , . . .1. . . .. .
Then lies on the summit f Lone j
Mountain a ItHiMlful of dust that in
very precious to Freedom. Twenty
years ago it formed the habitation of
grout and heroic soul, wlto wa to the
republicans of the far west as a pro
phetic voice crying in tlie wildomese.
' 'What lima it was animate with vigor-
os life, it marched ui and doxx-n the
thunderous cataracts of the Yo Semite
Ut ih. stormy drama of The Dalk.
vtio fntiti ilw tajtrr In tin rfi. M im)Im1
irom i ne oomk aiKi caves oi uie earui.
h-s voice reverlHsrated m the aeiiate
hall and alnve ue multitude torn:: r
lml lie: and athott, inapiroil by the pat- i
VM.tif! itiitliiitiiKSMi which it li:d iMlnod I
-. . .., . " ,.
wn n tneir mewmea suhmi hi wrong
.iitrastel littiene8. If that illwa-!
4vu.HU jIllOl U'lHW 9mill IMfit.II-iMl Ultll I
tiie l'ower 'H" WJCM: cl1 lCMlrl
tom ,M!"hl WeH cry tM,t' '" l'HllM!tk: I
refrain, " ho i there to mourn for
,SHU' lii ,H,C' " i"c Caiif'H-
M"""' 'Mi t jdaeo anappro-
. e mumorii, uVe,. lhe ,K-
' (Suueral Uaker. they ought to give upj .Maktt in Alon. ai
i.i,. (W. . ., , r.. 'ami W. 1J. l!atleii
, - v . .i i r i
htsVmaiuK u the ihmmhc f I re"on. i
, . .... I
p. ,t llllsUtlU-tler. They may
.Mr. U. F. l.enhv. .suiKrtton-
,Im's anU worU ,s ll! pregress:
" ,K ." ol " !?-
, nveen uuiauna auu jaKer cny,
Jnml will keep juice with track lay-
j ing by the Oregon I tail way and
Navigation company. A branch
from the Walla-walla ami G range
city line will be built to Dayton,
aul will prolmhly be in operation
by September Jht. The old line
i from the Willows to Wallula is
! leinr moved from the stage road
to the railroad, and will be iinished
within a week. A line will be
built from (J range city to Colfax,
sixty mile, as soon as the railroad
grade is Iinished. Snake river will
be crossed either by the Oregon
ailvay and Navigation companys
bridge or by cable. Sixtj miles
of line have been erected on the
Northern Pacific out of Ainsworth.
Delay in receiving poles kept the
work back for a while, but the
telegraph coiiijmuy laive a good
force employed and will reach
Spokau fells nearly a .soon as the
railroad rets there.
John Hall was arrested in San
Francisco on the 20th upon a charge
of having obtained money by means
of false prctenwjs from Charles Crock
er. From a statement made by the
prisoner it appears that some tune ago
he called on Mr. Crocker, told him a
plausible story, and obtained a small
sum of money
Emboldened by this
he again called on Mr. Crocker, and
told him that if lie only had S200 he
could make sone money. He snid
that he would like to borrow that
amount, and would give his burse and
wagon as scenrity. Mr. Crocker
loaned him the money, but declined
to ticccpt the security. The horse and
wagon, which he had only borrowed,
he roturncd to the owner, and then
went on a spree witu the money.
-The anger of the Italians at the
Tcneh occupation of 1 urns, is being
-itifod f lwnif wlii.Oi !! jmifli fOn.fnv
.w...w.. .. .......w, .. ...w.. .v, ...ww.. w..w..x. .
or than attompti
pting to vent it on
..n t... ,-.;, ; i;l.i,.
all the wrath is likely
to accomplish, or what, it is desired to
have it accomplish, is far from clear; ! Peter Wilhelm has established a
!...( f.. .... 4i. ; ,i;t.,..o. : i..i. i firt class sjiIikui in C II. Patje'.s build
but from this distance it looks as llieOII suemH,he alnvl. mmr the bell
though the Italians wanted to do tower, and has apjM)intel Mers. m.
soiuotlimr to relieve their emotiens:
'I tlUUIilll III im lllll ! lilt--. IKIlll'J -
...i .. rt: : .i..i i.iuuirn;.iv ..-. win i... v. .. !..... i
rtllll 1IOI ICUIIII (UIIU CUIlipUlUllb W
thrash France, were resorting to any
othor means of getting relief that oc -
.,..- i. . " Ti. i i c ii
cur to them. The leaders of the
extreme left have sent a vigorous pro-
test against the action of France to
Victor lingo. The venerable poet
and novelist must begin to think that
he is the French government, for it is
not long since Mr. Parnoll appealed
to him to make the English govern
ment set up the Irish tenants as
landed proprietors, and now the
Italians appeal to him to withdraw
the French army from Tunis. The
utility of this protest to a distin-
liiis oroiest io n jjnviiiu uni.ew, xvno
can do nothing in the matter, is the
easiest thing, and involves the least
serious results. It forcibly reminds
us of certain appeals which have been
. , ., t r x i - e
' amil to the Mayor of Astoria from
uine m nine, ny ueopie. mwwciniu
imagine that he has power equal (o all
the courts and consulates of the civil
ized world; and it art as a sort of
apology for them.
Furnished Koonix to Let
At Mr. Mun.MMis lodging liouse. J
onicc-H to Rent.
Single or in suites of two. in Tin: A I
toki.w tainling. Price reasonable.
Free Innch. Ker and whiskey to
ioBiw at the Crent Katem !alM.
Snlt. Sail .
Cottrtaitclv m hand, anil in ouantitio
ti Mtit. LfvtjriMMd faetnr tflieil. IJay
our, am? half ground, at
(Jko. W. IlrME.
Itrik! liricU! Uriel I
1 have on ha mi a large amount of hriek
trsahrat fnm iVi So k jer tHiaHd.
Call ami examine, near Astoria eeni
ler. .Iiiii Wll MAMmiv.
lee 'rain Snluon.
FlUHk Kawei- iee ('ream hxm. H ;
the rondway iHar IImwh mill, i now
iMlinl wh-vlv with riate nim- for
ladle. It i al" tlie ilMt fr elt4iee
eonfeethiiKry. lafTy. !e. Itouiaiii :irtieh
Mr-ef t nrtirr.
! t mstve i our !m:ill iNt. .sturgeon ,
,. Mwitix (rjj, H,. u,, ,!llt(. litt.m
,., ..T?i:ir!i??.n( tm-Dew S)nn lm..
h will buy all ot trtt ami jta. yti wHI i
ran make jmir fnn- he.T ami ieiHM.
Ttt . emr! tlo.el.
(m. ot- H. jiiH-sl. eh-anesi nd bes4,S
kept hotl iii A.tiria.sitNaleii tHiirtlHV
Reamer lamlins. whli li.-sl ei.-. airv
rMHMs. wm henril ami verj nattalm
r " . h,l,,!rl K,wr JlJl1
ifVM "I llt" rttfll lltTTi -. .,1111 All VVT1"
I .... I... .... T.'... .! . 1
Antx Imhi. Pnrietr.j
Attention to fleer irii:.err.
Tlw eeiebrateil Mm Fntnrieo Na-.A
tiiHial Iieer. Max U'rsimt attMit.isaway i
aiieml. The wkmi wlm appnvlalp anil;
are well nh'astt l fitnilsh it for tin-ir i
rMsi,Mner are Jlr. lieihdi ami M:. Louis
Makrt in Atona. ami 5!r. Y. W. Ward j
ami . i. nauen in tiweo. .
,L - .. ..i... ,iu, -M-.- j,. -.., fr.
.,. ... .
Uuy te Veehl-.
Tin: Wkkki.i Astoni.w for last
Meek is lull of ji:d swlt information
ami news f Uw eimntrx as ,mr friends
in the east want : sv. Ji has er
few advertisements, ami is eiux-k to the-
muule of informal hii thai familx i
eaw sHeeesMnlJ squeeze alms:: without.
Two dollars will Itux tlie whole wad for
a year. ! .") for sj moollt-.or ten rents
AVilliauixport. XToperly .
tlreal Itsirsfaiiisare miw tlfered in the!
cit of WilliamsiHtn for an persons
wishing Io lH-ate from one lot to live
aeries. It is well adated for garden-!.!
uairj raiH'iicsor pieasMiii mmies: wen
ekvaletl. s'ltunliil one mile smith of
Astoria on Votings, bay. with a yood
graded watt! to the plaiv. For fiuther
information call al my rrsidem-e near
lhccemeter. .Ioiix Wii.i.iam-un.
arrantcc deeds al I in: .sti:i v
Um NB'bolas" llalin of Cilead
for sore,or jdiapjieil ItamN.
b-eeieamal Koeoesier and re
freshment saham ii .Main street.
I awers briefs printed in line si le
at Tin. Asroin w oiK-e.
Ma. Wagner's San Fratteisro Na
tional brewery leer eaift he !ea.
1. Wilhelm. IJos saloon. opiMtiiu
the Clarendon hotel. 1'oillaml. Oregon.
Mr. John lingers of the Central Mar
ket, has made arrangements io keep all
the linest fresh fis-h. ete in their mkimiii.
Look mil for a big lot of Sun Fran
cisco National brewery Im-ci lo arrive
by Mi-amer Oregon, al Max Wagnei's
Warranly deed, iptlt claim ihi-ds
ami mortgages, for sale at thisotHee.
Dr. J. Welch wili Im in Astoria .mhi
to ra-liee -his rofcsioii for a few
weeks. He will hae rmHt at theOc
chlcnl. Caj4. J. II. D.Cray b. now jirejircI
lo supply Ihe lol iialilieof fir. hem
hH'k. ine maple, prlKe limb-, etc.
Leave, order at Ihe wmhI yard, foot of
Deiileu M reel. "
P. J. 'IrKHlmau. on Chenamus street,
lias jtist received tin latest ami most
fashionable style of gents ami ladies
IkmH.s. slioes. el'e.
Im Tin: Wi:i:ki.v Asrrniti.vx in
jKist-jwid wraiier for leu eenls. and
send it to some (rieiid in ihe east. It is
lietler than a letter.
For the genuine J. II. Cutter old
Hourbon. and the be,st of wines, liquors
ami San Franeisco beer, call at theCem,
opMsite lhe lell tower, and MH.("aiinv-
For a lirst-cla.s.s oyster stew, fry.
pan-roast or fatH'x nwtM.go to Koscoe's
I V" -Vm Mn-cf ' .ipiHwie N. I.oeb"s.
j Families. snjipilt. hy the hundred or the
; sack. oK'ii or in lhe shell.
Circuit Court P.lauk-. County
j Court IJIanks .hisiiee Court Hlauks.
Sliipidinr lilanks. Mi-eellaneous Clanks,
. ,)ety Mor:sns(w. ,.je.. tor Sale at Tin:
' ..A...t.t.. :.. i... k?.. .'.f ...:..- i:..'..
"l'- li.ini.'iVUM "I" v inwiiiiiiiiiu
Never go shopping without eon
1 suiting the advertising columns ol" Tiik
I Astokiax. They will tell you where
, lhc hQSi bargains- are in be had, and just
what merchants are alixe
F. Sliemian A: Co. Imss leaxi1
notify the iiublie of Astoria Uhnt they
have sold out their entire meat and
vegetable market to S. (Maor t Co and
would reconuiiend their successors to
their customers in Astoria. .F.Shcriunu
A; Co. will pay all deltsaml collect all
accounts to date.
S. (! laser A: (" Mteeonors to F.
Sherman A: Co.. having IhuiuIiJ the
meat and vegetable market of F. Sher
man Ar Co would repectfiill ak t
continuance of the patronage Itcstowcd
on the former proprietors.
S3f"What nleasure it is to pay ones
debts! In the first place.it rouwusthat
uneasinos which a person fvls from
deiH?udenee and obligation. !t affords
pleasure to the creditor, ami therefore
gratifies our .social affection. It nro
motes that future confidence which iso
interesting to an honest mind. It ojmmis
a prospect of In-ing readih supplied
with what jou waul on future occasions.
IHcavcs n ciinseintisiie of our irtue;
and it is a measure xc know to lie ri"ht.
: ouiu in jMiiiu oijnsiu-e ami snunu eeon
j eiy- I' mally, it is the main suporl of
simple reputation. l'a us, that we may
3TThk Wbkki.y Astouiax is an
iudecmlenl ncwspaier, devoted whollv
and solely to the cnmmercinl and male
rial interests of Oregon, and will be sont
on trial four months to any address in
the United States on receipt of Si 00.
MAGXUS C. CROSBY,
IHARDIAEE, IRON, STEEL,
Iron Pipe and Fittings.
Pluiiita anfl Sleai Fitters
GGods and Tools,
SHEET LEAD -STRIP LEAD,
QUCCT 19.011 Tm Awn PnDDCD
WULUl IliWIl liti HIlO UUJ I LIU
i Stoves, Tin Ware and House
JOBBING ,' i'7T IROk'. TIN, COP
PER. PLUMBING end STEAM FITTING
Dane with i.cniness ami dispatch.
Nettewtt rt ebtwmH'H fWycil
A lar artait of
b 1-' -il 1j l!i b
'HI-tHlltlv (41 Itaml.
MemfHl Mm i Meieiru: to hs ITosisc.
0"IY !i." t'KXTS.
.,.,,.,, .., . .
650.GllO ALREADY SOLD ! !
Ami lis liMas4-s. Ii
J3.J. k'EXn.-l LL,M.I).
mil or aiuuitie
mid I'raetienl In
formation, and Containing su
XJKX Ot- UIKKASKK.
Whtei m.s ih vmhMiiiii-.. noise and the
Ile-4 rrtMimeiil of iwli; a taWe giilK all
Hit niM-iKtl druvs ilmm! for the Horse, with
thvonlioan tSoM.en-ets :md .nit klote when
x Kitm : a i:ill uiih an riirawiiKof the
Horsi-s i; rlli at dirftTi-iii .e;-. with rules
for t rll'ms: tin aw of the Herse: tfiensrav
iHs sltewiiit: ilk- iiHHH-tant hhmI- in the
straetnreof tin- Hotm-. !m illnstr.it Ins: osi
ItoH asMHM-d liysfc-k Horse-, in different dLs-eM-.
A aiitauh mlhftMHi of receipts.
Htany ii wlii-h would t-Mt .t horse-owner
three to hi- dollars ,-:n-h
EVERY FARMER SHOULD OWN
Thousand wImi Iuii'mvii it eoninu-nd it
and man imnI Ihhshh-h haeitolleil it in
tlw hixs.t li-rui-c. -,n siaiint; that they
prefer i: to 1mhUn w Iim-Si -t V uH to Slu io.
liuiHrf throw aw.i mir hmhu- ill the pur-
rluise of i-mstl. Iwks on tlt UtHNe, which
an so mil h imiu pttrases ami tecimieai
lerotsa-i Jo Im-ntoitt-lVijrtSk- to Um average
UUY KENDALL'S TREATISE,
AtHMikof Imi (mi-s. iii Kiier eoeix. -uili
hi iwhv pnulH-il information than Ls eon-iaiiH-d
in mhm- larue olimn-. t far lolu-r
ettst. IlaviiK;iaitiineil this Invok thoroughly
WtHihi lH-si;.iit- .i uiHit.-ni alwHit investing 2,
eeidsuiiisptirrli.isi-.ir hcdidhut Know the
alu- of its rotdriits. i:s-oiiiiiit;the de
stralrflttyof li:iim: mk-Ii ni-tieHl inforiim
tioH as ,Hir (.UHtn: fnviitls daily need in
their business. proiled at reasonable eot
lHslt-al of lH-iiiKobliKeil to jw tin eiiortnous
lrofits dem..iHl-d b the riilrtlsliiTs of most
Arh-iiltiiral Ihm?.s. we ba M-enred
Seyeral Hundred Copies
Of this valuable little Tn-atix on the Horse,
single lb,, of which we sh.ill lu pleased to
mall to any reader if this KiH-r. ixistape pre
mhl bv iis.ihi n-ei-jK ot
KeiHiltaiH.is max W made in current1 , sil
veror stamps. St-nd allonb-isto
:. . iiti:i..YM.
"Ml-rr LOST in ha'lioiiis of hi uieh new
JL1 iK't. markitl dUhii mI KV on enrks, K.
T. im h-.ids. Iiihix if . s : irt id the corks
new and art iAJ: lof oil the moniiiiR ot
tlifJrtth int. Tift- liMlrlvnt Ih-suitably re-wanh-d
Astoria. .Max'j:. lwl.
T O.ST. -A little below Point OHs. Monday
XJ night, May asth.alNHit Jo fatlKiin of net.
nan new . nail ooi.om i." implies, and a piece
of the new l."i meslies. AH lead lines new,
cork IIim-s ohl. Kveiy cork is marked J. O.
Any ih-wom finding hae wonl at the West
Coast l'a-M"' (Vmiiikiiix, ami will liesnita-
w n-wanh-.J. M. M I.I.I VAX
Asia, Ma-. -;l. 1ni.
Saloon for Sale.
I X CO.sEtIKXC: "I" KEMfVAl. FKO.M
i Astoria to easti-ni Orejjiai. 1 hereby offer
forsh- m sain., entire stoek. funiiture.
iM-ds ami Iiedding at tiwt prku-. Jluyers are
reipiesten to ean ami take an inventory and
ve- for themselxes.
lttvmer Ilerr Hal!
Mam street. Astoria,
J .1,,.,,. Cv t
Notice tc Outside Fishermen
SISHINO WITH NETS HEI.OXGIXG TO
JL tlh-niselxi-s. ami deirins tos-ll their sal
lmrfi. will mid 't to their Interest to consult
.As lie desires to purchase fresh salmon.
J3?"Fish x ill Ik-taken im board theMcaui-eriMh-ksteprtiivwlH-reoii
the rixer and the
saim priee will be allowed as thmch the fish
were delivered at IIh niimt-rj in Knnppton.
mm-: prr.iav will pi.Ivsk take
JL noli etliat Water street, in the city of
Astoria, a labl out and recorded by John
y. Shixelx. ami SiihiiHNdie street of ahl
eit. M.slakl (Hit ami recorded by .lohn Mc
Clnre. are in a d.uigenMis condition, and un
.safe. ami the Mayor ami member of the
Common Cmmcil, ami SuiH-nuteudent of
street of said city haxiug done all in their
IKiwerlo have IIh said streets repuired will
not Im ns-mHisilm for any iujurx urilanuige
snstalneil by anv jHrsoii orH-rsoiis in travel
ing or liaiiSfnsiixer or iihhi the same or any
P.x otib-rof tlH-Maxor.
K. II. CAltliWELU
Ambtor and Clerk.
Asimia. Max 27th. ISM.
rjHIKPrilLICAKK IIEKKP.Y .NOTIFIED
X llwt the uuderstgiied will not be rc
sjHHtsihh lor any injnrx or damage sustained
bv miiv neisjui or nerson in trax'elht'r or
IiitHhiirrtvi'ror uinai xxhat i called Water
strer uiMiixeis. Asiona, a-s sun iiiorouK"
fare mw wvi-r -a ileclared a legal street.
I. TA LOU,
M. A. KIXSEY,
I). II. WELCH.
For self awl heirs of .Lxs. Wklcu.
.Mrs, S. F. WOOD.
Atoriu. May 2Sth. 1331.
id -J-S-5 . K?--"
i ilTTSi S $ 5a. !?l 3.fl
THE 1 1 L STOEE
LEAIS THE VAN ! !
ABOVE THE DIX AND TIDE OF BATTLE: AMIDST MISSILES FHOM
FLYING SHOT AND SHELL, STILL C03IES THE CRY AND
GRAND RUSH TO THE I X L STORE,
Where N disjilaj el one or the largest ami most complete Mocks of
DRY GOODS, CLOTHING,
EVER SEEN IN THIS MARKET,
And to lip Sold at tlie lowest Margiimble Profits.
A FULL LINE OF DRESS GOODS,
With Satins, Gimpsj Cords and Buttons to Match.
SACQES, TIES, LXJO:HCIKrC3-S,
IN ENDLESS VARIETIES.
JKSSXEiEOr, C03RSEIXS AND GHEOVE3,
AT PRICES WHICH WILL ASTONISH YOU.
Jl'ST RECEIVED A LARGE INVOICE OF
SDiaas; S-tyXes jba. Straw Hats.
IN FACT HERE YOU WILL FIND EVERYTHING IN THE LINE
THAT CONSTITUTES A FIPvST CLASS- DRY GOODS ESTABLISH
MENT. I SHALL SUSTAIN MY ONE PRICE SYSTEM AND
Bcmt Propose to be Undersold.
CALL AND SEE ME. MME. DEMOREST AGENCY.
C. H. COO FEE,
I X I. Store, corner Main and Concouily Streets. Astoria, Oregon
' - -. . . . - ,-,-,.. lsm
The Boss Coffee and Tea Pot
k. r, xiAinrss,
TWO DOOIIS EAST OF OCCIDENT,
FXTIiNITITRE 55 BEDDING
AND DEALER IN
Carpets, Oil Cloth, Wall Paper, Mirrors,
Window Shades, Lace Curtains, Picture Frames and Mouldings,
WINDOW CORNICES AND CURTAIN TOLES
Complete in every branch.
M. MEYER -------- Proprietor.
HAVIXIS KVKIlV FACILITY F0K IIK MANUFACTUKK OF A F1HST CLASS AK
tiolo. I am nuir i-repjruJ to fumit the public with the Cnot uuality. for coah.
AT (TATS IKK GALLON
W HIOXiES ATiE.
Z3Tt aiuilie and koepern of imblic bouej iroinptly and regularly supplied.
M. MEYEK. Proprietor ASTORIA. OREQON.
Wilson & Fisher
LUURICATING OII, COAL OIL,
PAINTS AND OILS.
Sheet, Round, and Square Prepared
PROVISIONS, MILL FEED,
GARDEN SEED, GRASS SEED.
Which will be exchanged for country pro
duce or .sold at lowest prices.
Corner Chenamus and Hamilton Streets
B. B. FRANKLIN,
Corner Cass and Sijneiiuxil.e streets,
AST0UIA. - - - OREGON
ASTORIA IRON WORKS.
P.kxtoxStkp.kt. Neak Pvukkk Hoisk,
ASTORIA. - OREGON.
GEHERAL MACHINISTS AND
LARD iMARInE ENGINES
Boiler Work. Steamboat Work,
and Cannery Work a specialty.
A. D. AV.vss, President.
.1. G. Husti.kr, Secretary.
I. W. Cask, Treasurer.
John Fox, Superintendent.
MAY I'.K HAD OF
ANo. Ai:eiu ftr the celebrated
AT $1 5t PER TOZKX.
IMRS. S. T.McKEAN,
All kinds or
LADIES UNDERWEAR, ETC.,
Comer of Cass and .lenerson streets, Astoria.
E&'Staiiipiiig done to order.
J. -T. CONN,
Wholesale agent for the
RED GROWN FLOUR
.Made by tlie new piocess.
The best Flour in the market. Every sack
guaranteed : if not good a represented you
can return it. Merchants will find it to their
adx-autUKe to sell this Flour.
BRAN. SHORTS AND CHOP FEED
ANo for sale.
Persons xx ishing Flour or Feed xx ill find me.
at my new Drue Store, at O. R. &"". Go's
dock. Astoria. J. W. CONN.
IAVISII TO CALL THE ATTENTION OF
the citizen of Astoria and vicinity that 1
haxe opened a
Near the O. R. & N. Co s dock. My stock ih
new and fresh and any one xvLshmj; any
thing in my line may depend on getting the
PUREST AND BEST.
I have secured the services of Mr. A.F.
Johns, a careful and competent DniegLst of
fourteen years experience, xx ho xxlll attend
to the Prescription Department.
Also a splendid assortment of
Perfumery, Soaps, Brushes,
Gombs, Toilet Sets,
Ami everything usually kept in a first class
Drug Store, and they will be sold at tlie
VERY LOWEST PRICES.
I!y strict attention and fair dealing I solicit
a share of the public patronage.
Respectfully. J. W. CONN.
P. S. Physicians prescriptions compound
ed day or night.