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SUNDAY JUNE 5, 18S1
ISSUED EVERY MORNING.
!. C. IrcJaud, Editor anil Proprietor
AsUtnan UnVdUuj. iim tifrcct.
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Frao f 1'hc t Sbicribr.s.
fro"AftvortuwnoBi3 uiMrted by tbuynr st
the rate of $1 .Vi tor Mituiro ior iw.ntli.
transient advertising, by the day or weak,
5fty cents ier square for eiwh insertion.
Tin MccMy Asiorinn
Is a mammoth hrct. nearly double
the size of the Daily. It is just the na
per for tho fireside, containing in audi
tion to all the cunent news,, choice mis
cellany, agricultural matter, market re
ports, "etc. It is turuishod to single b
scriber.s atS2 00 per year in advance.
2sJT'A limited numner of Miml! adver
tisements inserted at established rate-.
Thk Daily astohian will he ctit hy
mail atT cent a month, free of jHirfayc. Head
tr who contemjiMcahscnce from the city can
have Tub Astokiax follow them. Daily
or Wrkklv edition to anu jut-ofiice with
out additional expense. Jlddrce may he
enanyed n often a tienired. Loire orders at
Uie counting room.
The North TJend will probably go
to aea to-day.
- Capt. Geo. Flavel
the interior vesterdav.
The Rev. Mr.
from Portland hist
Mr. John Wood
his trip to Olympia yesterday'.
The steamer Oregon will he
at Astona from San Francisco
The North P.end, Orient and
Rival are loading al ICnappton for
The bark Lizzie l'ell arrived
down from Portland last evening in
tow of the Dixie, Pease pilot.
The tug Columbia will make a
trip to Portland to-day, for the pur-
pose of getting hor boiler repaired
Bids for construction of the II- i
waco wharf have been considered so
high that the board will not probably
let the work by contract.
Astoria engine company No. 1 is
having a flag polo made for their
engiue house. It will be raised some
time this week.
Presbyterian church preaching
at 11 a. m. by Rev. G. V. Lyons, of
Sitka, Alaska, and at 7:o0 r. m. by
the pastor. Sunday school at noon.
Services of tho M. E. church in
the Baptist church to-day. Sermon in
the morning on Missions, by the pas
tor. In the evening there will be a
A young man of stead' habits
who can make himself useful goner
ally and attend to business, can learn
of a permanent place by calling upon
Capt. J. H. D. Gray.
The British bark Thomas II.
Stowe, from Newcastle, N. S. V.,
May 19th, has the option of this port
or San Francisco. We presume she
will call at the latter port for orders.
-jjTlieisteaniei' Clara Parker started
to Portland yesterday morning at 3
o'clock, for final inspection. Capt. C.
Brock went as master; John Ferrell,
engineer; E. P. Parker, first ellicer:
H. B. Parker, purser.
A great many friends of the fam
ily availed themselves of the privilege
of viewing the features of Mr. Badol
let as the body lay in state at the resi
dence yesterday. There was a natu
ralness about the face quite remark
able. Wo offer 110 apology for pa3i ng
so much attention to a bumble bee to
day. The subject will certainly be
considered more beneficial to the gene
ral reader than tho political sea ndals
with which our cotemporary press is
There is not an hour in the day
passes but somebody wants to send a
package to upper town. There is not
an hour in the day passes but what
Butler can take the package to upper
town, and ho will call for it at your
place of business, or take the parcel,
if you will let him know when and
where to call for it.
The funeral of Michael Sibich,
the man who died suddenly at Nick's
restaurant on Tuesday, took place
yesterday under the auspices of the
Austrian Benevolent society and was
very largely attended. The coffin was
profusely decorated with flower.
Deceased was greatly respected by a
large circle of acquaintances.
Tho expensive trial of pilot Doig
might as well as not been avoided.
The Astokiax all along contended
thai he was not guilty aa charged, and
after all the jury has so decided. He
was acquitted yesterday. The asser
tion of a Portland paper that Capt.
Flavel had anything to do with urging
ibis matter on, is simply a falsehood,
and the falsifiers knew it at the time
they asserted it. We must be excused
for occasionally using plain terms.
We mean just what we say. As a
caution to pilots the trial may be pro
ductive of good results.
Funeral of Mr. Badollet.
Tim funeral of Mr. John Hadollet
, took place yesterday afternoon, at the '
Congregational church, Rev. Mr. , companys .seinupt "eceii j mi
ajilligui, of the Presbyterian church, j !. Astoria and &tn Francisco.
officiating. The church wa filled j This table i plain that it can be
with .synipatluxiitg jm;, and the ry clearly nnderatiMHl at a glance, j
merited tribute f reaped PW tn d- i The public will do well to preserve it '
ceased, togetiier with the words of
found responses i many heaits. At i .i,. i .. oregtm .limc-i. ". On-oa
b mu4.!4.w. .J ilw -. ' ,k1.'.IttMl...atrH"Oaa.Iuntl MaleofCata
the conctUMAn iC the Ssettw in the JMM.. .vIhihIi1.1imci. . -CinnWal
chttrch, the remains were taken in
charge Uy Temide lodge. No. 7, . f.
and a.m., ami Here fJlowed to lite
grave by a wry large number of po
pie. Th concluding ntw awl cere
monies at the cemetery were of I he
8olcim and impreiMve chatacter
' adopted by the Mxsukr fraternity,
and with huwed heads the large eon-
. . .......
amrae tlMienM(l, HKiMlcateU with leop
soitow for the aiilicfeii widow, orjdtans 1
aim iiiciiiui. 1 11m Amnuei imu m J" ,
torks iHt highly resneeted eitwena
has gone to hits fitwl repuHe. May he
rast in peaee.
Fourth of July Meeting.
At a meeting of citiiseiis at the' jrr0BK?d afterwards
Court-house for the purise f organ-. , Vfi".'1 i"fc J ie?.r.i,l1,nT" fc1
11 . j lHUdiiigs,"lMtel.s, caniKTie--. mills, cte
mug for 11 celebration of ottr Nation-jonjliesame tonus, viz: We will lake
il holidnv Fourth f .1 11I v Mr .1 W I the iK'galives free of charge.
al Jioli(ta, J out in .t .11113- mi. . . Wt. 7j0 i,, j,, onier that our work
Gearhart was chosen preetdent and (
Mr. M. IX Kant secretary.
On motion a committee of live,
consisting of D. C. Ireland, Win.
Bock, A. .1. Megler, C. H. Cooper
and Carl Adler, were appointed to
act as committee of aiTangewonts
with power to make all necessary ar-
rangemoiits for said cdebratMii. and
appoint eub committees.
Uil nioti" t,,e ws a'
-The British lrk Chilo, fiwn
Jtverpool for this wrt May 1. wmhcs
--The llwaco .Steasn Navigation
company intend that their new steamor
shall le built in Aft4ria. She willlie
of a class of ?t Santera that an win to
Tillamook, Shonlwnler lwy, Cray har-
bor and ther const iKrt. and lill a
want which ha long leei felt here
j -Now that Doig is acquitted, the'
&tanuuru still presumes " i nat some j
one was to blame for attempting to
take that enormous .ship into such a
dangerous paseflge in the middle of
the night, there is no doubt." If alie
had not come in, the ship and all on
board might have been lost outside in
the very same s4n'in tlmt did finally
break hor to pieces. So, now, you
might just as well make your final
appeal to the Celctial-court.
Mr. Villard ie scarcely comfort
ably heated in his recent acquisitions,
and yet surmises come to the surface,
from some dissatisfied malcontent, that
ho will apply the thumb screw and
squeeze Oregon producers to palimble
fineness. His recent letter to Walla
walla people definitely settles his
purposes to be thoae that will build
up an empire. Ho may choke off
some of the pestiferous barnacles that
have fastened themselves upon Ore
gons commerce, in the matter of com
missions, wharfage, etc., etc. If he
does that, let the galled jade wince.
They may then stop thoir whoop and
halloa about Astorias tug beats and
pilots, and thus give us a rest. Pier
Regular iiKtnlhly nieetiiul
(Monday) .June njlRSl, at 7S1C
By order, L.
Ainuion's Cough Symp never fails
to cure if used in time ami aocn-diiig to
Bran and I'eeiloil alli
nites, and hasilso a line
Vine Maple Wool on hai
lorofl Ash and
For a hrst-class oyster .slew, fry,
pan-roast or fancy roast, go t 1!osch's
on Main street. opK)sitc N. Looli's.
Families supplied bv the hundred or llie
sack, open or in tho shell.
S. Danziger. San Francisco clothing
Jnrn line On iMr.'.O mil linf l.Mf.1
toek of clothing in the city. Also, gents
furnishing goods, boots ami shoes
trunks ami valises, hats and caps.
(Jo lo Frank Faliers on the roadway,
tho Fashionable lee Cream resort of As
toria. Cream a la rose, vauiln and cit
ron to-day . Private entranee for ladies.
Oysters cooked in any style to order;
the best in tho market. Superior coffer,
and don't you forget it.
Having made arrangements in New
York and San Francisco for the pur
chase of all my goods, niyj'acilitie.s for
buying are Mich as to emiblc me lo
undersell all others. 1 defy competi
tion. S. Danziger, San Francisco cloth
ing store. Astoria.
F. Sherman A: Co. begs leave to
notify ihe public of Astoria that they
have sold out their entire meat and
vegetable market to S. (Jlascr A; Co.. and
would recommend their sneee,Shor to
their customers in Astoria. F. Sherman
& Co. will pay all debts and collect all
accounts to date.
is. ( laser t Co succo?sors to F.
j Sherman & Co., having bought the
meat and vegetable market of F. Sher-
man. & Co., would respectfully ask i
continuance of the patronage bestowed
on the former proprietors.
ur. . t.i .. 11 . ,.1 .1 .
ii.nr Vin -i vi .,. ivfmTi?' 1 -.
olliei iay, 1 wish you wotthln t leave
me to take care of lufhv again. Ho was
so bad 1 had to eat all the eamlv von
bought at tho Astoria Candv Factorv to
Everybody that ha; tried Amnien's
Cough Syrup, continues its use: besides
they tell their neighbors of 11. Wo were
in a drag store the other day and a cus
tomer asked for a bottle of Amnion's
00 lll S.OTi !.?: "ls'lr ,"". .mt Kyr
1. A. ; ... . -.
any iiiiiij; uwiiu u njx-n. ui ni m - isii
nor nuviscu nic to uuy it lor my coid,
nnd tells mo that the lis of three bntthl
---;. , , ,. , j. v
n? ' ,, (. !iv, , -V ,l,!' vui
" 1S' VSW
colds and lung complaints, and that a
one-dollar bottle did him more good
than all the prescriptions he had from
Steamer Sailing Dates.
Following is the rcviaetl schedule of .
the Oregon Railway and Navigation ,
&r future reference
1 BUM -AN 1'lt AX.
.1a-?7 OmM .TancSt) .
.laly r .MalerfCala .lMie...saliofCala
Jnl ColiHHtar 1 : ('n4HMa
.lot I? Oreswti .Inly " ()ir-n
.luly 17 ..Mate of tala'.Tnl ! tuie rf f ala
.laty-jr. "mmmi .ImI i.. .. ( otumlihi
.ltd) 2; ,()m .'hIv -an Om&m
A. I .state f Cala '.laly S. ..Stal ot (ala
Aas. . ..OMmwWa .Inly i tMHbla.
A I'n I r Proposition.
Kront this date tin' A4ria phetgraph
jmllery will eondnet lMiie. on
kmhm iumiicss on 1 Me
following plan. e w ill lake negatives
iiNMiwiii" iMHii. im: niuiithi; m-
of ,,.. R,v nwl ,.vervlxHlv tliat will
with a call, we will print a
e s-auic free of charge, nojme
tteitisr uider an obligation iiAjtrder
fromsHohmiratiws unless tlieattl'sirei
lo do s( jf A
We tf ill lake the Astoria uitfiim com-1
iauieamdall lodges and 6ciitlcl, any 1
. time jhcj as.somble rortbeUHOM
and rcsoia each kxlgo-or Mwiety with
nei'ietuiofsuch group, citlk-r tikeii
.ill tfiOY.tli.tf or 111 sunani1i tiit-hm Viml
-AitAX stand on it-s merits, as we are pre-
1 tared to do seed work. No one need
j wait until they go lo San Francisco.
koi.i.evim: Ai:i:ori: ii:icks:
, or full length Iwwdoirs....!. 00 S4 :t
cabinets... 00 7
cards ro 1 rti
Unst pietnres and boudoirs. 7 00 .". H
Vignettes cabinets r.OO r. Wi
i-anls .". 00 1 1K)
Tiios. 0. I'.hooks- Ar (.
To t'ily I'atronn.
3Ir. L. IS. Solig, who now has full
chaise of The 1)Aiia Astokiax routes
in this cityAutl tn)per Astoria, will
collect to-mVrow Itr the jwit week.
The free lis! suspefuled. Each sub
scriber is eectcl will iay for the
jwper. Very' respectfully,
D. (". Ikki.axo. FnblishiT.
ittTFU-o. N. N" l4H'Hary. X
Iaii I. Fici.i.0Ws. li.
DeK Sik: I have used other
preparations of Hypophosphites; but
thev do not compare with vntira, which
1 think is the best medicine for thei
nervous system 1 e or used. Fellows',
Compound Symp of Ilypophosphitos
i mil ml ir; iiinltee fur hone and blood.
.emiering it highly beneficial for
1 ir.ur.s truly, W. T. IIokxki:,
1 Fdilorand 101 bibber Rttffalo Journal1
Fresh candies made daily al tho As
toria Candy Factory next dtxir to
Movons V Sonsliook store opjHislto tho
l-e cream at Ko-cocs oy.sler and re
freshment sfliooiiou Mnin street.
lawyers briefs printed in fine stjlc
al Tin: Atoi:iax oiti-o.
Max. Wagiwr's San Francisco
lionai browerv lM'or can't boln'at.
P. WilheliM. IJoss saloon. oiuwisHe
tlH't'larondcMi hotel. Poilland. Oregon.
Lookout for a big lot ofs.m Fran
cisco National brewery beer to arrive
by Reamer Orogn. al Max Wagner's
P. .1. 'loodmmi, on Chenumus street,
has just received the latest and mo.st
fashionable .stylo of gents ami Indies
lools. shoes, etc.
(fct your legal blanks at Tint
Astokiax" olHce. A full line of over
two hundred styles.
Buy Tut: Vi:i:ki.y Astoimax in
M)st-ia'id wrapicr for ten cents, and
semi il lo .some Irieml in tho east. It is
Iicticr than a letter.
The lK.st Carter Cane Ann oil
clothing, mhlM'r lwot.s, ete ohl at Snu !
Francisco whole-ale prices al tlicSau!
Fmiieisen elotbiiiif More.
Dr. Welch has anived in jhe city J
for tin practice of DentiMrv. IlisriKimsl
are No. 111. Oeehlent liotel. lie will re-
main in Astoria altoul ton days.
Capt. .1. II. I). Oray is now prepared
loupph the U'-st iialities of lir. Ih'iu
lock, vine maple, spruce limbs, elc.
Leave orders at tin vvhm1 yard. rMt of
i 1 it-:n i. . ,. 1: 1. 1
-IVler A ilhelni ih establhcd a
first class saloon IH ( . II. raZCs blllld-
i intr. on SnuciiHHihc Stroel. miir tlH' Ik'H
I t,,vv..r u.l has Mmuiinleil M(sr. Wm.
ivu.i- .?. Ct Lis- hhK The lu'st if
I ,,,..r.HMtl. in nu llTu. f winrx liniif.
w...,." ,.:., . .. j,, hl. ,,,..,, ' 1.
Mr. UnKiks of the Aloria grdlory
Iiml iiii i-.)iiriu..l fnnn T'orllmwl Mini !
lu.rr.wiiul irtTn.....iH..i.t ilmi will it1il
him lo produce tho most .superior fin-1
1 shod photographs. Mr. 1 hooks 1ms cm-'
nloved the sen ico of an artist of main
Years oxpericiK'O in xunc of tho IhsI
iHt'Cs in San Francisco, and with
new instrument ami accessories, new
chemicals and sjoek and an improved
-III.S411IU -I..VI. inn .in nil 'K'lni
her, ho will now give his custom -
so superior Ghice photographs at
Mowing prices; Size. Iloudoirs,
ers tltoso s
full leutrth fi.iures.s; (Kicr dezen: Cab -
inets, full length liguros. si no; canl.i
full length figures. M.
'- i.iTf!i,tHr.try say.s: A iuwa
juj. : .110I . m'Wsj.jjH'r islitor thai inty
jie !iu I talk about ami soinel 11105
ab.sse are ratio r iMr concerns. The
men and Joismh-ss that an editor .so.ic
Jii.ies fels it a dot to defend at a risk
of making cnomtas'of another class, are
often the very tir.st to show ingratitude,
Tlie eililor who exiiects to receive much
rlmrilv or gratitude will soon find out
his mistake; hut he should go ahead
and say ami do what he conscientiously
lhinks'right without ragard to frowns or
SThe free lands of the west ara
lieing taken up and settlwl this year to a
degree most gratifying, in the face of
the over-crowded mechanical depart
ments of metropolitan life Several mil
lions more acres of homesteads have
been entered for settlement at the var
ious land oflices this year than in tlie j
oast year, and sun the western movement
continues in force. And this is the only
iolutiou of the labor troubles. Lot tho
Hiiemployrtl come and become producers '
t,,cto,i of eniiviimor
, mst((l of coiiMimora. ,
' sS"Wc sec how life gets coined at
our mint, so that the world somehow
wears the stamp of the die cut into our
hearts. We know how a piece of good
fortune brightens the air: how some im
IK'tiding evil puts the edge of a spiritual
eelinse nixn the sun: how suddenly ill
fortune in business will seem to make
the very springs of beautv bank
- . low .jK. sU.Vess of a dear friend
,. miihl bow the de-itb of
! !". .!? 'J!1' ... v " ?,.iKJ,,".i"1
miom nc hoc iuii cuiocm an uie
lo cypresses and the music of the tini
ver.se becomes a requ'um: bat how cat
."expect yourciy to p'rosper If yot
doiurf lmtronizetho local press?
can yon succeed as a merchaut.
mechanic and nut advertise V
I'nriii.Hhcil ICooms to Let
At Mr. Muiisnii's lodging house.
OfllcoiH to Kent.
Mngk' in- in suites of two. in Tin: A.
tokiax building. Prices reasonable.
Free lunch, ljeer and whkey to
MftKHmv at tin tJri-at KaMern hu.
31 AX Ai.M.It.1
CiMtiUaiiilv mi hand, ami in oiinntitio
lo MtH. I.fveriMMd factiH-y illhtl. ISay
coarse, ami unit erminu.at .
lio. W. Hi-mi:-.!
itrieU! lCneK! UrleK!
1 haieon ha ml si large amount f brick
flrt--4INMt fnm .-'."1 lo .-sN iH-i ihoii.Mind.
I'all and amiiH-. near AMorin eeme-
iT. .lonv Vll.t.lA.MX.V.
lee "reani Saloon.
rank Kaber's lee Cream Saloon, en '
tin loadwav m-ar llnme mill, is now
Btleil nlcelv with privMie rooms for
hMlie. It is al-o thcdcitot for ehoiee :
conferliiHicry. laity, etc. Koiuuiu punch
Notice to Fi-liermeii.
l)imt lHae jHir small ftVli. .sturgeon 1
ofstm-geon igg.s away, but take l hem '
to .1. T. Ihirchers. at the Dow Drop Inn.
ho villi buy all oi oii ami Hiy you well
in cash for them, ami in this uy you
ran make ymr free lHer and spending
The fenlrjil Hotel.
One of the linest. cleanest and" best j
kejitlKHelsin Astoria, sihmted m-ar the
steamer landing, with fir.st class. air 1
rooms. gjMMi iMini ami ver rcasonaiiio j
lfllV"S I9flt njiil iritlltlltl linrmr. i ill'
IkM of iius and liquor, and an excel
lent gls, of San Francisco beer.
Antoix Iii 1:1.011. Froprietor.
Attention to Ileer Drinkers.
The celebrated San Francisco Na
tional Beer. Max Wagner ageut.ls awa
ahead. Tito men who appreciate and
an well pleased to furnish it for their,
customers -,),. .Mr. iviloh and Mr. Louis 1
Malol in A-loria. and Mr. W. W. Ward j
and W. B. Ilayilen in llwaco. Aud j
ihnt take tin "hore smm away from j
llM'ir doors." ,
Un.V the M"celil.
Tin: W 1:1:1; 1 a Astoiman for this
wirek is full of j'iim m-li information
ami news of the eniiiitrx as our friends
in tin as! want lo ee. Il has er
few advert iseiHcnls. and is chuck lothe
munch' of inforniatiou that no famih
can successfully iieee ahmg without.
Two dollars will lmv the uliolc wad for i
a ear..l ."u fin- s umnth.or ten cenl
deal lMutrain.s are now offered in the
oily of Williauis)Mrl for aiiv mtsoiis j y Merciful Man is Mi-rviftd to his Ik'ast. '
wishing lo locate from one Jot to live' ovi -v : rcviv
acres. It is well adapted for gardens. oi - u..i.
dairy ranelios or pleasani Immcs: well CKfl nfi Al RFAflY 9fll fl I I
elevated, situated one mile south fOaU.UUU nLhCHUI OULU . .
Astoria on Yihiiiks lt. with a good
graded road to the place. For further I
information call al my r.sidonce near:
tlweometerx. .loitx Williamson..
IU)IXI. A miv of web without an
mark has ih-ch fiHind wIih'Ii c-an be hail
by the itwner miii); pnuHTlx and paving
for tliisatlvertiM'imiil iu calling at the can
nerv .if .1. 0. IIANTIIOKN & t'o.
.Ihim- 4. ImS. !
nrr kost-mw if .-.ist or .Ma. ih-iwcch j
L SeariHn hill aiol Saml island. t0 fath-l
hms of net. Iialf i4d. half new : iii'w tirce has j
HmMilla lines. 7 toesti ileep. IUrlMiur S)-"4t. 1
water Kep lr Im Marked No. 111. Hie i
Under will In sintaon rewarded bv aiiidviii" I
Al Asiona Fisier . 1
Astona.. Imie 1. 1. - j
LOST.-A little below Point Ellis. Mnndav
nhtHt, May Mth.atHHit .10 fathom of net,
half new. half obi. olil 11 meshes, and a piece
of the Hew J.'t im-slk's. All lead Hues new,
cork lines obi. Icr cork Is marked J. O
Aay htmhi nmliiH; leave wonl at I he Wct
Coast l"jnklnp Cihmikuiv. ami will iN'siiita
Mv rewanliNl. M.Sl KK1VAN.
Asiria,Ma. .11. 1K
JL tin master nor-the
4tMees of the above named vi-el will be
rcsftoiisiMc for aiiv deldseontracied by the
erew of sabl v is-l h Idle at Astorin.
AMna. Oiegoii, Jlav .tmh, InsK
fll HAVE NOW I'KAOEDTIIISFli'ST
class vessel on I1h IktiIi for snluion
hKHltMglo UverHHd. For particulars regard-
i ing rates ih ireigm ami insurance. aiUHV 10
ItOllCEIlS. MEYEU & CO..
milE 1T1IK1C MI.I. I'LIUSE TAKE
X mHi elhat Water street. In the rily of
Astoria, as laid hi! ami reeonleil by .lohu
1 M suivHv. ami SuihiiH.nhe stn-.'t or said
h-m nlaLl mif .! hf.inl.il in .l..hn M...
(liire. are la a daHcnusrHMlilMHi. ami mi-
I safe, ami lite .Mavdr null melidiers of the
I Common CmmrJI.' imUSniHTmlcndenl of
M reels of s:ml eitv having thnie all in their
imwerlo have IIm- sMMreets nNilnil will
m im' nsiMHisiiH. ior,aiiv Hijiinoroauiage
. Mistalmtl hv aiiv imtnhi oriwrsons in tnivcl-
lHgorhaMlmjtoer)riiiMMi lw a!Hcnrauy
1 art thereof. 1
! !' oler of the Mavor.
II. II. CAKDWEI.I..
Auditor and Clerk.
Astoria. May 27lh. HM.
MiiU'cm.icAun heuep.y notified
Hint the uiMlv'tssgmtl will not ! re-
HHjua,. llirjiiii rtil
1 uylav- in'oh Vr 1
Utrecr in ShivcHs .v
rxiiis 111 1 raveoug or
what is called Water,
irin.as s;iid IhoroiMeh-
' fare has acicrWii
M A. KINSE.
rU K.t:. SMITH.
.1. 1. w.i:i).
D II. WELCH.
For self fthd heirs f .1 s. Witi.iit
Mrs.S. I". WOOD.
WiMia. Mav rfli. ISM.
Still Further Notice.
THE MAYOR AND COMMON COfN-
eilof the Cllv of Astoria. Ongoii. and;
IheimuMTIv owners of the eitv of Aslotla. 1
ami jwrticiilarlv those purties wlio own
lnerlv along ilnAlme of Water street in
Shivelvs Astona :oii arveieby notified
that Ihe midc
lined iAtsoiis owning
teams iomhi with
4ll.. . t-sjuitilril hi' trtxx
. I M'HV' "V "
to pay license, will i
niMofany damnge tn
nity in 11111 uuiit. irnmii-i4 , niun- iiain-
..;. .:r .. ....: 1. . 1 l.... .. 1.11.. ....! 1
lg over sjiiilstres. Anuncdiitlcly com
: r.li 1 .. . 1.... .1. ........... w.
itti-inT iiii iiiri;iin.i-4,-siaiiii im-i'ii-i" "J
iliii.'i.Ai.ls!r.i.! ull.MI 1 he
damage is ctiiliiiiUti
E. A lAVINN.
.1 11. I). t.RAY.
STEYENS & .lOl'KIN.
TVT LIt VTS
THIS INSTITCTION. I'NDER CARE OF
the Sisters of Charity, is now ready for
the modioli of pMtients.
Private rooms for the accommodation of
aiiv desiring ihcuu
1'ni led States Marine
Seamen who pay Hospital Dues, are enti
tled to Free care and attendance at this Hos
pital during sickm-s-s. Penults must be ob
tained for Failed States Marines at Ihe Cus
StSTEES OF CHAMTY.
I .? .,:J,"'".,":.... . .. . . - ... the north side of Hemlock stn'ei to the .south
turna . i",JrMB" ".VV'a l" r..ll width of sablitteeiA.iid iinlivs a remon-
one Zvlng y ,ri vslehu tiVv refer ? ' -' W ' Ifc'J" 5f two-thinls
Ma ilMjwiymg.mj piivsieiaii im.. pnnr. nfilo nmoerlv frfHiliie' on aid nortion of
Pianos and Organs
uf an wu etHitantl i band.
full "lock of
VIOLINS. GUITARS. UAN.TOS, AC-
ALh a lar?e stock of tlie liest of
VIOLIN AND GU1TATI STRINGS,
AND MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS,
1 As well as cerlhmt; eNe K'leii'im: to a
First ('lav, Music Store.
!'iaius:iml Oraiis hiM on the monthly in-
sialliiii - iit ilan or fisr rent.
. , m, rz .. -,
CARL ADLER'S BOOK STORE.
rcr The laijust stock of
jhj Blank Books and Stationery
Of eery ds'riptinii.
SImh1 Itooks. I'.ibli's, Poetical
ork. Albums anil
ImshIc a full and complete
tovk of evcrxi ik usually
kept 111 n well regulated Book
Store. Al new-. ilejMd and agency for
eer p:iH r and teriilte:il jniltiluil.
CARL ADLER'S VARIETY STORE
Watches, flocks ami .Icwelry,
lH-kfl ami Table Ciitlery.
allkee Xolloiis ami Tojs,
liaby CarrliiKCs. a complete
:i-voitiiHMil. Arelierv. ote.
New ikhIs li eer steamer. The public
are hmted lo eamiiH m sliH-k and prices.
rilKWMfSST, - ASTOKIA.OKKCON.
ASTOKlA AC.KNTY OK
HOWE &, CO.,
ISook iliiwlers, ami Illuuli ItooU
Itiniiuttie t iirers..
I flic Htlv Itimlers nt the Mate that can do
' Hrs-chw"work. swell as l'.oks with (Silt
I Kde. Full Tnrkr. Panel Covers, and Full
j Cill Sides. We Have three Stst-class work
I men from lite I3al. Old books rebound.
1 ('AIM. AIH.Ei:. Agent
A treatise on the
And his DLm'-'ijos, b
Full of Valuable and I'raetical lu
rorifintion. nutl Centaining: an
ixi:n: or ixsi:asks.
Which s'ves the svitiirtoiiK. cause and the
Itest Trcatniciil of each : a taWe giving all
the irinciNi1 d nigs itsed for the Horse, with
the ordinary dose. effects, ami antidote when
:iHiis4in; a table with an engraving of the
Horse's teeth at different ages, with rules
for telling I lie age of the I nre;-K engrav
ings slMiwiiig the miiorta!it imhiUs in the
.stnicltireof the iMirse.abo ilhislniting posi
tions assiimeil b sU-k iiors4ss in different dLs
casi's. A valiialde coUccImhi of receipts.
j many o vviucii woniu tM a iMirsc-oxvner
inne o n initials i-.u 11
EVERy pARMER SH0IJLD QWN
' Thousands w1m liaeMen it cuiimiPiid it
and many gitod horseim'ii have extolled it in
the hignest terms, even stating that they
prefer it to liooks whkii cost .i u0 to 10 w.
1)0 not thnm awayyimr money in the pur
chase of cost I v luniks on tlie Horse, which
are mi full ofI.atiii phrases and terliuical
terms as to Ih-mimlelligllde to the average
BUY KENDALLS TREATISE,
A Imok of IUI ges. iii iimt covers, giving
ym more praeib-al mformatioii than is con
tained in some large viHiimes at far higher
cost. I lav in: examined tbislMMik thoroughly
we are satisfied no
Would hesitate a moment alxnil investing 2
cents in its purchase, if lie did but know the
value of its contents. Kccogmiugthc de
sirability of having such practical informa
tion :is iHtr fanning friends daily need in
their business, provided at reasonable cost
instead of being obliged to jkiv the euoniious
profits demanded hj the l'ubltshers of most
Agricultural liooks. we have secured
Several Hundred Copies
Of this valuable little Treatise 011 the Horse.
shiKlc eopn s of which we shall be pleased lo
mull many rewlerof this ikiimt. innlnge pro-
lam oy us. om rt-i'tK im
KcmitlaHces may In made in currency, sil
ver or stamps. Si ud all orders to
Notice to Outside Fishermen
YAismxt: with nets r.ELONOiNt: to
j JL themselves. and ih's.riictosell thrirsjd-
....u. .. .O ;.! kl t .if Ilmi- irif..r.-vt trk ..micult
I mini. iii iihi -, isii.i .. 'i vnnii.
An be desirus to iiinaiase fnsh saluimu
22r"Fish wifl lNt;a:uou boanl Ihe steam
er iniiclvAteoAiiiv w litre on the nver and the
same price will beaitMvcd as though the lLsh
I wen' ueuvcreti ai 111
eaiiiicr in rviiaiiuu
-- . a I t t
1 Street mDrOVemeni M0I1CB.
i. ' VOTICI: IS IIERKP.Y OI EX THAT THK
i. I LI ( oiumoii (mined of theeilv of .vstorui
I ..M...wn ... ...1..- .1... iiiiim.'i.liutltt nt f llfll
i .. " . . . .1.. : ..-...:..... f !.,.
nn' i imu-i im iim ... im .1 . ....
i iiortlniiof Pine street in ..lohu M.Shlvelys
addition to the eitv of Asiona Imm the e:ist
Jde of luLsi-Kiflli street tn west sble of East-
Mvtli stn'et. bv gnulingilhe shimc to the full
width of said" stn-rit. and unless a remoii
siranee signeil b Ibeiwuersof two-thirds
or Hie pruiH'rtwfnifdBig ihi s:ud iKirtinuor
said street IhhIciI"wiiIi the Auditor ami
Clerk id saMl ity within ten days from the
null iuinn jtitfui i .!- .... v". .".
'iiiini-11 uil! oViler ihe sad minrovemeiits to
1 Ik made. Itr onler oi Ihe Comuion Council.
I ' R. ll.CVRDWELL.
I Amliior and Clerk.
Astoria. .May , 1--SI. 10td
Street Improvement Notice.
T-kTOTlCE IS HEREIIY OIYEN THAT the
il Common Council or the city of Astoria
prnH)se to onler the improvement of that
portion of East-Fifth stn-et in dolm M.
s-hivolvs addition lo the city of Astoria from
said street Ik- ailed Ivrfih the Auditor and
Clerk of said city within ten days from the
linai puniicaiion oi ibis nonce, me common
Council will onler Uf said impmvemcuts to
be made. 15v onler if the Common Council.
, 1L H.CAKDWELL,
Auditor and Clerk.
Astoria, May 23, 15SK lotd
Si,'.. . . -t
JB OES B
THE I X L STOEE
LEADS THE VAN ! !
AROVE THE DIN AND TIDE OF BATTLE: AMIDST MISSILES FROM
FLYINGSIIOT AND SHELL, STILL COMES THE CRY AND
GRAND RUSH TO THE I X L STORE,
Where is displayed one of the largest and most complete .stocks of
DRY GOODS, CLOTHING,
EVER SEEN IN THIS MARKET,
And to lip Sold at the lowest Margiimhle Profits.
A FULL LINE OF DRESS GOODS,
With Satins, Gimps, Cords and Buttons to Match.
S-OC353S, TIES, LXJ03BCI3NTC3-S.
IN ENDLESS VARIETIES.
KOSIEBtir, C03RLS3E;TS and GI.OVES,
AT PRICES WHICH WILL ASTONISH YOU.
JUST RECEIVED A LARGE INVOICE OF
S2?i33.s Styles jbn. Stra-ro Hats.
IN FACT HERE YOU WILL FIND EVERYTHING IN THE LINE
THAT CONSTITUTES A FIRST CLASS DRY GOODS ESTABLISH
MENT. I SHALL SUSTAIN MY ONE PRICE SYSTEM AND
Don't Propose to be Undersold.
CALL AND SEE ME. MME. DF.MORF.RT AGV.WTV
0. K. COOPER,
I X I. .store, comer Main and Coiiromly Streets. Astona, Oregon
The Boss Coffee and Tea Pot
I' 1 rttm ' iii 'in .in
j3 21.s H
TWO DOORS EAST OF OCCIDENT,
FURNITURE S? BEDDING
AND DEALER IN
Carpets, Oil Cloth, Wall Paper, Mirrors,
Window Shades, Lace Curtains, Picture Frames and Mouldings,
WINDOW CORNICES AND CURTAIN POLES
Complete in every branch.
HAVIXCJ EVEKY FACILITY F0K
tide. I am now prepared tu fumi
AT HO CKXTS 3KIt t;,VI.IiON
W JJOJjES A T tJ3m
tar Families nnd koopers of public hon303 iirouiptly and regularly supplied.
M. MEYER. Proprietor ASTORIA. OREGON.
Wilson & Fisiibr
LUBRICATING OILS, COAL OIL,
PAINTS AND OILS.
Sheet, Round, and Square Prepared
PROVISIONS, MILL FEED.
GARDEN SEED, GRASS SEED,
Which will be exchanged for country pn- !
duceorsoldat lowest prices.
Comer Chenanius and Hamilton Streets
B. B. FRANKLIN,
Comer C.lsn anil SiiueiiUMibe streets.
ASTORIA IRON WORKS.
Uexto.vStukkt. Nk.vi: I'akkkic JlorsK.
GENERAL MACHINISTS AND
LAND IMARIRE ENGINES
Boiler Work, Steamboat Work,
and Cannery Work a specialty.
A. I). Wass, President.
.1. G. IIUSTJ.KR. Secretary.
I. W. Case, Treasurer.
Johx Fox, Superintendent.
MAY UK HAD OF
Also. Aacnt tor the celebrated
A. inT E S
HE MANUFACTUHE OF A KlttST CLASS AR
tho public with the finest uuality. for cash.
SI 50 PKK DOZKK.
MRS. S. T.McKEAN,
All kinds of
'LADIES UNDERWEAR, ETC.,
j corner of Cass and Jefferson streets, Astoria.
53?Stanipingdoiie to order.
Wholesale agent for the
RED CROWN FLOUR
Made by the new piocest.
ITlie best Flour in the market. Every sack
guaranteed : if not good as represented you
can return it. Merchants w ill Hud It to their
I advantage to sell this Flour.
URAN, SHORTS AND CHOP FEED,
Also for sale.
Persons wishing Flour or Feed will find me
:it my new Drug Store, at O. IL & 2i. Co's
I WISH TO CALL THE ATTENTION OF
the citieus of Astoria and vicinity that I
Near the O. It. &. X. Co's dock. My stock is
new and fresli and any one wishing any
thing in my line may depend on getting the
PUREST AND BEST.
I have secured the services of air. A. F.
lolms, a careful ami competent Draught or
fourteen years experience, who will attend
to the Prescription Department.
Also a splendid assortment of
Perfumery, Soaps, Brushes,
Combs, Toilet Sets,
Ami everything usually kept in a first class
Drug Ston'. and they will be sold at the
VERY LOWEST PRICES.
Uy strict attention and Tair dealing I solicit
a share or the public patronage.
Respect fully. J. W. COXX.
P. S. Phvsltiaus prescriptions compound
ed day or night.
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