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FRIDAY .. MARCH 30, 1RS3
An International electric ex
hibition -will be held this year at
Vienna under the patronage of
Archduke Rudolph of Austria.
A bill prescribing the whipping
post as the penalty for wife whip
ping has passed the Illinois house
In response to a recent adver
tisement in New York for four
lady copyists at $10 per week,
there were over three hundred ap
plicants. Persecution of Jews in Russia
continues. The latest outrage re
ported is an attempt to blow up a
Jewish bank at Taganrog with
It is now said that there is no
foundation for the report started
some time since that the Prince of
"Wales intended visiting the United
States this 3'ear.
The contractors for the 2S0
miles of the Northern Pacific rail
road remaining to be constructed
promise that the gap will be closed
before the 1st of September next.
Three foreign industrial exhibit
ions will attract tourists this year.
The most pretentious is to be held
in Amsterdam, and affords our
manufacturers a good opportunity
for bringing their wares into notice
abroad. A grand show of Irish
products will be opened at Cork,
and an exhibition of fisheries is to
come off" in London. In the last
this country is to be extremely
Frederick N. Crouch, the com
poser of "Kathleen Mavourneen,"
is a gray-haired man, who lives on
poor fare in Baltimore. A tat
tered coat of Confederate gray
keeps some of the cold out. He
is now out of employment and too
old to help himself. He has a wife
and five children. He tries to
smile cheerily at fate, but ad
mits that he needs help.
The Boston Transcript says the
tariff is instituted to protect Amer
ican laboring people, and so com
plete is this protection that the
owners of a cotton mill have made
arrangements to bring 450 mill
girls from Galway. Strange that
everything, to a shoe-nail that the
American worklngman consumes
is increased in price by a duty-tax,
while in the one thing that he has
to sell labor there is free trade.
Rutland, Vt., is to have a mon
ument to her citizen soldiers which
will have some unique features
about it. The plan is for a fire
proof library building of marble,
in whose main hall shall be, not
tablets of brass or marble, as is us
ual, but a great book of vellum,
bound in metal and written in
India ink, a page devoted to the
history of each soldier, which shall
there be written in imperishable
letters. This book, placed upon
an elevated stand, will be the cen
tral point of the hall.
The Boston Herald sees no
good reason why a republic should
pension its superannuated civil
servants. They choose the ser
vice voluntarily; they do not ex
pose their lives in the discharge of
duty; the work is light, and the
pay, upon an average, is consider
ably higher than for corresponding
work in private employ; and un
der the new law the tenure is se
cure during good behavior. Sure
ly, under these conditions the em
ployees of the government are as
well able to lay aside something
to support themselves in old age
as are persons in other occupa
tions. Associations for mutual
relief could very easily be formed,
to which members should pay a
small sum monthly as an aditional
insurance against illness and inca
pacity; but there is no good reason
why the people should pension re
Unexplored Australia is 'said
to contain prizes for enterprising
travellers. The great 'central
desert theory, and many other
myths, have long been exploded
but an immense area of country
remains practically untrodden.
In two colonies alone south
Australia and western Australia
there are upwards of 800,000
square miles of which little or
nothing is known, and in the
northern peninsula of Queensland
another 10,000 square miles re
main unexplored. Mr. Charles
Palmerston, a jearorament sur
Teyo J-" P23-'the
table lands between Herberton
and the Queensland coast. He re
ports that this highly favored re
gion possesses a flora of incredible
luxurance, broad sheets of water
falling overhigh basaltic precipices
and the richest soil in Australia,
and is inhabited by tribes exhibit
ing characteristics which distin
guish them from the other natives
of Queensland. Those who seek
the seclusion which the north pole
grants could do better by travers
ing these wilds.
In response to a question as to
the future of the Democratic party,
Congressman Singleton, of Illinois,
a democratic member recently
said: "If there is a hole that the
demoorats can fall into they will
do it. If they will judiciously
utilize the advantages they now
possess, their future is a bright
one. Tho trouble is that we have
got too large a majority in tho
next congress. Too many men
want to leau. rresiuentat aspi
rants among us may be our down
fall. If prudent, we can hold the
sentiment of the country now in
our favor, make a clean record
and win the presidency. It is for
tunate for us that the republicans
passed the tariff biil. The demo
crats would have been torn all to
pieces in attempting to adjust it
next winter. The southern men
are getting to be protectionests,
and in twenty years the greatest
claims for protection will come
from the southern states.
Prof. Lendstrom has suc
ceeded in creating an artificial
aurora borealis. At a point in
Finland, G7 degrees north, he
placed a network of copper wire,
terminating in many perpendicu
lar points, on the top of two moun
tains, one of which is G,000 feet
high. This network of wire he
connected with the earth at the
bottom of each hill, in the usual
manner. The result was the
formation of an aurora borealis,
rising above the mountain top to
an elevation estimated at 360 feet
The atmospheric electricity at
tracted to the earth by the copper
created this phenomenon.
It is thought that the snail pace
of the C. P. trains may be quick
ened by competition this season.
The Jarrett-Palmer troupe in 1S75
demonstrated that good time could
be made across the continent if
the railroad management would
allow it. "When all four lines get
to running, the transcontinental
traveler will be assured quick pas
sage. "Call no man happy till he
dies," said the sage. The Arkan
sas legislature has changed the
name of Dorsey county to De
During the first nine days of
February there were ninety-one
suicides in Berlin.
John Brown, Queen Victoria's
favorite Scotch gillie, died at
Windsor castle last "Wednesdays
In Astoria, March 29th, 1883. infant
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Vrani
zan. Funeral at two o'clock this after
noon from parents' residence. Friends
are invited to attend.
I HAVE THIS DAY SOLD TO IL C.
Thompson one half Interest In the Astoria
Market, and tho business will hereafter be
conducted under the Arm name of Warren &
Thompson. In thanking the public for their
liberal patronage In the past I would ask for
the new firm a continuation of the same.
dlwk. D. K, WARREN.
Notice to Settle.
BEING DESIROUS OF CLOSING DP Ac
counts all parties indebted to D. K.
Warrex will please call at an early date
and settle. dtf.
LOOK HERE !
We respectfully inform the public that we
will always keep on land the best quality of
Fresh, and Cured Meats,
Choice Family Groceries,
Fresli Fruits, Vegetables, Crockery and
Ships, Hotels and Boarding Houses sup
plied on liberal terras.
A share of the public patronage Is respect
dtf, WARREN & THOMPSON.
Millinery, Spring Stock-
MRS. JIALCOLM HAS JUST JRECEIVED
a splendid new stock of
"Which she is selling at prices so low that la
dies will find it to their interest to give her a
call before going elsewhere. A large assort
At reasonable prices. dtf.
Internal Revenue Licenses Notice.
BLANKS FOB APPLICATIONS FOR Li
quor. Cigar and Tobacco licenses can
in future be procured In this city at the of
fice of Mr. E. 0. Holdek, Notary Public,
dlwk. F.C. NORR1S.
AND AFTER THIS DATE THE
nrice of beard at bit hoisl wlH be rake
twetaty per omI H. B. PARKEK
AMM.L. POTTS, M.D.,
WILL LECTURE AT
Friday Evening, March 30th,
The Circulation or Hip Ctnoil, Heart,
Lung. LIvrr, SMu. etc ; Causes of
3tnuy Trcv:t!rnX am! Fatal DIs-
vasrt ami llnxv to Avoid
Saturday Evening. March 31st,
The Doctor will Lecture on
LOVE, COURTSHIP AND
Commencing this sftcrnoon. Dr. Tolls will
deliver three consecmlve Lectures to Ladies.
Afternoon Lectures commence at '2Vi o'clock :
rvenlnc lectures at S o'cJtvk.
Whole cotirNC tickets, six lectures, three
attcrooon anil tntcc eveninp lectures, tps.
Afternoon course, three lectures. 51.
Single admission. SO cents.
Doctors Potts and Harrison can be con
sulted at the Occident Hotel free oi charcc
Hours from 0 a. si. to l r. 31. Ladies en-
tranco on Chenamus street.
.1. C. HARRISON,
millS WILL GIVE NOTICE TO ALL
JL concerned that 1 have boupht the China
house on Benton street next to Gee IHn's
house, for $9S0.
dlmo. LEE GUNG VI P.
School District No. 1, Notice.
PROPOSALS FOR FURNISHING JIA
terial for, and building school home in
said District, will be received by the direct
ors at the ofllce of .1. O. llozortli. School
Clerk, in Astoria. Oregon until 2 o'clock r.
M of April 10th. 1S53.
Draw ings and specifications can be found
at the ofllce of the Clerk and any necessary
information can be given by S. Hartwig,
.Chairman of the Board of Directors.
The right to reject any and all bids is re
served. By order of the Directors.
.T. O. BOZORTII,
d-lOt Clerk School District No. 1.
Street Grade Notice.
NOTICE is hereby given that the Com
mon Council of the City of Astoria in
tend to establish the tirade of Arch
street, in Shivclj'"s Astoria, in Clatsop
County, Oregon, from West-Gth street
to the west end of Arch street, the grade
to he as follews: At the intersection
with West-Gth street, 120 feet; at west
7th street, 110 feet; at West-Sth street,
124 feet: at West-'Jth street. 120 feet:
and at the west end of Arcli street, 103
feet above the base of grades, as estab
lished by ordinance No. 71, of said City,
and unless a remonstrance signed by
the owners of two-thirds of tlie property
adjacent to said nart of said Arch street,
be fded with the Auditor and Clerk of
said city within ten days from the final
publication of this notice, namely, on
or before April 21st, 1883. said grade
will be established. And notice is also
hereby given that said Common Coun
cil propose to improve said part of Arch
street by grading the same to its full
width and to said proposed grade, and
by constructing side walks six feet wide
on eacli side thereof, and unless a like
remonstrance against said improve
ment be fiied with said Auditor and
Clerk within said time, said Common
Council will order said improvement to
he made. By order of the Common
Council of said City of Astoria.
T. S. JEWETT,
Auditor and Clerk.
March 29th, 1883:
FOR GRAY'S HARBOR.
The I. S. N. Cos Steamer
"Will leave Astoria for Gray's Harbor, on
Friday, April Gib.
TILE 2ND AND 3RD FLOORS, 2ND FIN
ished in rooms : 3rd all in one, 4S x CO
feet, unfinished. Also a space of ground
piled and capped, about 12 x 4S fret, front
inu on Olncy street. Lease given to respon
sible parties for year?. Location most desir
able tor a Restaurant and Lodging House.
For further particulars inquire of
Astoria, Oregon, December 28. 1SSJ.
q nnn to loan in sums to suit.
on real estatP socuritv.
Dissolution of Partnership,
mms is to give notice that i am
JL. no longer connected with the New
England restaurant, having Mld all my
Interest to Edward Young, who will pay all
debts and collect all debts. I have no
further resionsibUity in the business.
Astoria, Oregon, March 2Sd.
Also, ljol 4. RJock 10.
JL terms private.
IcClure's Ast. with improvements thereon.
Also three good farms within easv distance
of Astoria terms easy. Lots in McClurc's,
Shlvely's and Adalrs Astoria, and three
blocks in Alderbrook fifteen acres tide land
on Young's Bay. Abo, a good paving busi
ness in Astoria.
tt BOZORTII & JOHNS.
PRIOR TO STOCK TAKIKG.
We offer SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS
in our line of
Dress Goods, Silks, Yelvotsl
Cashmeres and Arnmres.
Dolmans, Etc., etc.
A FINE ASSORTMENT OF
Siock Complete in Every Branch.
Look Here ! I
MY GOOD LAPLORBS
Arc going to improve
my premises ami 1
HOST XM ROOM!
For such improvement
and for spring stoolc.
ETEKT VARIETY OK
Choice Fancy Goods,
Books, Stationery Etc..
Of- excellent quality v
- -at reduced prices at
Bazaar and Fancy Emporium.
ASTORIA SAIL LOFT.
A. M. JOHNSON & CO.. PR0PFTS.
HAVING CONSIDERABLY INCREASED
our facilities lor meet Hit: the demand of
increa'm in boats this year we would re
spectfully aill the attention or
And all others needing sails, to this f net.
Prices Same as Last Year.
V0RK STILL BETTER.
Drilling and Best Quality of Rope
Our Work lias Gh en
Satisfaction for Eight Years.
And shall bo made to do so vrhiln we arc In
Wilson & Fisiier,
iron, Steelj Coal, Anchors, Chains,
TAR, PITCH, OAKUW1,
WKOGGHT AND CUT GALVANIZED
Copper Kails ami Burrs,
Shelf Hardware, Paints and Oils
Rubber and Hemp Packing of all Kinds.
FJ.OUtt AXI 3EII.I. FJEK1K
Agents for Falem Flouring Mills.
Corner Chenamus and Hamilton Streets
GEAE CLEARANCE SALE!
to make room for more
Hardware ail SMp CiaMlerj
A. VAN DUSEH & GO.
"Will sell at cost their entire stock of
HATS AHD GAPS
BOOTS AHD SHOES.
These poods must be disposed of as we are
soon to receive another large lot of
Hardware and Ship Chandlery
And must have room to store it.
. S. & Efc :EZ 22 .,
Hay, Oats, Straw.
Lime. Brick, Cement and Sand
IVood .Delivered to Order,
Draying, Teaming and Express Business.
Horses ana Carriages for Hire.
WINES, LIQUORS AND CICARS.
TO fiAKKBRTMBN !
ORDER BOOKS, TALLY LISTS,
Time and Credit Cards.
LINEN NOTE and LETTER HEAD
JOB TAINTING !
Of all kinds at lowest prices.
We Guarantee Satisfaction !
"We have new type and a large stock
of first class material.
J. F. HALLORAX & Co.
Liver, Kidney, and Skin Diseases..
Paics in the Back and Loins,
Pimples and Blotches on the Skin,
Or Caused by Weakness, or Evesw?,
Can Only be Cured by tise Use of
1 ! pMMIgj3 1
Laraest Sale and Most Satisfaction
Of any Metlicuie on the Coast.
Sold by all Diuggbts and Medicine Dealers.
51.09 per fintllc G, for 83.00.
GEO. HILL. -WALTEtt
Engagement of an entire
MISS HELENA RICHfVlAN,
The German Nightingale.
MISS SUSIE LEE,
Song and Dance Artist.
MISS MINNIE WILLIAPAS,
MISS KITTY FRANKLIN,
Soubrette. AImi r
3IR. GEO. HENDERSON,
Together with :i new
l"uder the management of
ritOF. CHAltI.ES ItlCKAEDS.
All the Old Favorites Retained.
Open all the Year I'eifonnance Everv
N1i5ht Entire Clianse of Programme
Every Night. Comprising
SONGS, DANCES AND ACTS.
We give the Best
f In the West.
The theatre W crowded nightly, anr all
who have witnessed the entertainment pro
nounce It to be equal to any gh en elsewhere.
Mr. Hill as a eatc-rer for the public's
auuiM'meiit c;m not bt ece!cl. Anbod
wishing to spend a pleasant evening anil
see sparkling wit and beauty without ul
garity, should improve the opiort unity ami
The cnmpnnv comprises the following well
known Artists :
Jltss Fa-nik "Walton.
MIS.S MA3IIK COOUKieiT.
Mr. Walter Paisks.
ill!. ClIAS. JSAltKOWS.
Mi:. Wit. Mouton.
All of which will appear nightly In their dif,
Open air concert every evening ; perform
ance commencing at 8; entrance to theatre
on Denton street ; private boxes on Chena
T?c7 Stars in Rapid Succession !
Hardware aid SMp daillerj.
A. VAH DUSEH & CO..
Hardware and Ship Chandlery,
Pure Oil. Bright Varnish,
Binnacle Oil, Cotton Canvas.
Hemp Sail Twine,
Cotton Sail Twine,
Wrought Iron Spikes,
Galvanized Cut Nails.
PalnCs and Orl.s. Groceries. c(e.
Ko. 40 I2-Ply
SALMON TWINE !
COM m LEAD LINES,
A Full Stock Nov on Hand.
HENRY DOYLE & CO.,
511 2Iarket Street, Sau Francisco.
Sole Agents for the Pacific Coast
TJnion India Eubber Co's
rnre Para Gum
BEVTAKE Of IMITATIONS !
re sure the Boots are stamped CRACK
PROOF an tho heels, and have tho PURE
GUM SPRINGS on the foot and instep,
which prevent their cracking or hrcakiujr.
We are now making them with RUBBER
UVD ASBESTOS Soles which will make
tlicm last more than twice as long as any
Iluuuer boots made.
FOIt SALE BY ALL DEALERS.
ALL KINDS HUBIIEK BELTING. TACK
ING, HOSE. SPRINGS. CLOTHING,
BOOTS AND SHOES. Etc
COODYEAR RUBBER CO.
It. It. PEASE. Jr. i Agents.
S. 31. BUNYON, J San Erancisco.
POAED & STOEES,
Rapidly Increasing Business
Compels an Enlargement
of Our Premises.
-GROCERIES and PROVISIONS.
Sole Agents for the celebrated
POTRERO COMPRESSED TEAST,
I lifili ill7fiiillifi f
White, and Black Spanish, and Wash
Jy 3L j Ed
Will be held at the California Store, on
Wednesday, April 4th, 83
2 o'clock P. M.
Laces now opened and on Exhibition.
T-iiFrTrT-:. rrwrrTr' tti
The Best Store in the City to get your Money's Worth.
Albums, AntojrraiiU and Photograph, all Sizes and Prices.
Kooks from a Dime Novel to "Webser's Unabridged ; Cents' Jewelry and Cutlery ; "Writing
De.ks of all sizes ; Marl: Twain's Scrap Books ; Bibles, Prayer Books and Hymnals,
Also the Key to Heaven.
Opera an Marine Glasses ; Draughting Instruments from 40 cents to 530.00 a set
And every thins yoU could want in our line. Examine our goods and prices before goin
elsewhere. B. F. STEVENS & Co., City Book Store.
& -.cTsH&FJWfet - -i" 1 1 A h A
1 f ,J-r WJ" J--' f 1 r 1 I
TEU apply to the Captain, or t j
THE NEW MODEL
A ruii STOCK AI.WAYS ON HAND.
-rra te -EST JBl "tk' flU!SG
rr m .&.- .-
Two doorsfeast of Occident Hotel,
(SCCCESSOtt TO JACKINS & MONTG03IERY.)
PLUMBING, GAS FITTING, AND CANNERY WORK
Attended to Promptly on Reasonable Terms.
CUKS ASICS STREET, Xext to C. fc. Parker's Store.
FURNITURE Ss BEDDING
AND DEALER IN
Carpets, Oil Cloth, Wall Paper, Mirrors,
Window Shades, Lace Curtains, Picture Frames and Mouldings
"WINDOW CORNICES AND CURTAIN POLES
DKALKR IN S
FURNITURE S5 BEDDING
Corner Main and Squcmoana Streets. Astoria, Oregon.
.WINDOW SHADES AND TRIMMIKQS; WALL PAPER ETC
A Complete Stock.
PRICES AS CHEAP AS QUALITY WILL AFFORD.
AXE. IIX3)S OF purivituke kepaibeb asi vakkished.
Wholesale and retail dealer In.
ALT. KZ2WS OF FEET),
Hay, Oats, Straw, Wood, Etc,
Generalstorage and "Wharfage on reason
able terms. "oot of Becton street. Astoria
E ben P. Parker, Master.
ForTOWIXG, FREIGHT orCnAR
II. 15. PARKER.
RANGE CAN BE HAD IN AS
TORIA ONLY OF
CALL AND EXAMINE IT, YOU
WILL BE PLEASED.
E. R. nA"WES Is also agent for the
M patent CooHf Stoie
And other first-class stoves.
rurnacs "Wort. Steasi Fit
tings' etc., a specialty
JL IBEonf gomery,
Tin, Sheet Iron and Copper Ware.
A General Assortment of
Magee Stoves and Kanges
The Best in the market.
Piumblng goods of all kinds on hand. Job
work done in a workmanlike manner.
In every branch.
Plumbing and Gas Fitting.
Plumbers, Gas, and Steam Fitters.
JobLing Promptly Attended to
A Full Supply of
GAS FIXTURES, COCKS, STEAM FIT
TINGS, ETC., ALWAYS ON HAND.
All Work Guaranteed. Charges Moderate.
Chenamii3 street, opposite Dement's Drue
Store, Astoria, Oregon.
For Sale op Rent.
Will be sold cheap for cash. Foe par
tlcnlars iuqulro at Oregon Mear Market, ot
mllra GEORGE GANZt