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FRIDAY APRIL G, 18S3
T. S. Jowctt gives notice concern
ing internal revenue licenses.
Tho land grant of the 0. & C. R.
R. Co., extends to tho California line
The Garnock came down yester
day evening, and will probably croBS
The county court audited some
bills, and adjourned yesterday ro tho
first Monday in May.
The Portland city council has
fixed the amount to be charged for
liquor license in that city at S500 per
Regular meeting of the Y. M. C.
A., at their rooms at half-past seven
this evoning. A fnll attendance is re
quested. A fire alarm at tho lower end of
Main street, at six o'clock yesterday
evening brought out tho department.
The officers of tho projected Se
attle & Gray's Harbor R. R. Co., are
considering the question of a branch
line to Baker's bay.
E. C. Holden advertises his
regular Saturday auction sale to
morrow morniug. This time it is a
bankrupt stock of clothing.
A new steamer called Lncca Ma
son has just been completed on Lewis
river, W. T., to handle the expanding
trade of that fertile region.
The llwaco Steam Navigation
company's steamship Gen. Miles, Capt.
Whitcomb commander, leaes at G
-this morning for Gray's harbor.
Reports come from California that
great preparations are being made for
work this side of Redding, and soon
several thousand men will be laboring
In 1882 Washington produced
S,192 bales of hops weighing 180
pounds each, and Oregon 3,791 bales.
This yield will probably be double tho
According to the Walla Walla
Democrat, Mrs. Margaret McGeary,
during the past month, filed her dec
laration of intention of becoming a
citizen of the United States.
The Walla Walla put 300 tons of
coal in the 0. R. & N. Go's new bun
ker yesterday. The company adver
tises its rates which are a considerable
modification on former prices.
Officers of tho Yaquina Bay rail
road state that six thousand tons of
steel rails and two locomotives aro at
San Francisco awaiting transportation,
and that active work will soon be
One hundred and twenty-five
thousand feet of lumber is daily cut
by Clatsop county saw mills and yet
there is no chancs for getting lumbpr
for building unless by waiting, such is
A prominent boat builder esti
malcs that thero aro 300 new boats
built in Astoria this season. At $210
apiece, this one item represents a
good deal that is paid out here in
iown to Astoria mechanics.
Tho Oregon arrives in to-day
from San Francisco, with passengers
and freight for Astoria. The Queen
sails from here to-day. The State of
California leavs S. F. to-day and is
due here Sunday morning.
In the polico conrt yesterday four
plain drunks put up the usual admis
sion fee, and Chas. Herbert, for the
crime of kicking a man in tho face
and otherwise demonstrating his
brutality, was cinched $100 worth.
Mr. Jas. O. Spencer, of Clifton,
informs us that yesterday morning a
Greek fisherman named Peter George,
slipped overboard while working on
his scow at that place and was drowned.
The body has not been recovered yet.
Whatever corner you go to in tho
city, (or if you prefer take your stand
in tho middle of the block, should
there be a vacant lot) and you will
find that some one is building or get
ting ready to build. The worst of it
is that the houses are all rented be
fore the roof is on.
Bishop Owens has bought 144
acres on the weather beach from L. A.
Loomis. It is the intention to have a
conference and camp meeting there
this season, and mako it a permanent
feature every summer hereafter.
Buildings will be erected and accoro.
modations provided for those who at
tend. Several ladies connected with the
various churches of the city convened
in the Y. M. C. A. hall yesterday af
ternoon and resolved upon giving
some kind of a public entertainment
.t Liberty Hall on next Tuesday even
ing, proceeds to be devoted to the pay
ment of a debt incurred by the associ
ation in procuring now chairs, for the
hall. The programme for the occasion
has not yet been decided on, but is in
the hands of those who are thoroughly
competent to arrange an entertainment
which will be sure t give pleasure to
all who may attend.
Fishermen's Boatlocks by the hun
dreds, low down, at Carl Adler's. Spe
cial reaucuou to cannerymeu.
Last evening Occidental hall was
thrown open for the first time, and
despite the fact that tho delay in pro
curing seats and scenery occasioned a
good deal of trouble yet the audito
rium presented a creditable appear
ance. Tho building is spacious and
the voices of tho performers on the
stage have plenty of room for reso
nance in the rafters above. Tho
scenery is pretty and was warmly
praised. The stage was set last evening
with a parlorscene. Tho minstrels were
greeted with a good house and gave a
fair performance, which will be re
peated this evening with su alleged
change of programme.
Death of a Pioneer.
A Victoria B. C. dispatch says
John Muir, one of the earliest pio
neers of that country, died on the 3rd
inst., at Sooke. He went there in
1819, and for many years was an
employe of tho Hudson Bay company.
He opened the first coal mine in the
country and was in many ways a re
markable man. He was a native of
Ayer, Scotland, aged 81 years, aud
leaves behind him grand and great
grand-children. 3frs. Dr. Trenchard,
and old and respected resident of As
toria, h a daughter of the venerable
gentleman who was here when this
was a wilderness years and years ago.
We are authentically informed that
tho Wide West goes on tho route be
tween here and Portland, commenc
ing to-morrow morning. She leaves
Portland at fivo o'clock, calculates to
arrive hero at noon; and leaving here
at one r. .v. to get back to Portland
at nine o'clock, She will run on Sun
days, laying ofFMondays, and will stop
only at St. Helens, Kahuna, Oak
Point, Cathlamet and Brookfield.
J Anderson, Ft Canby; J Esmond,
Montesano; J G McBride, S F; Mrs
Irving, Mrs Kent, Cathlamet; J M
Pike, J F; L P Slack, OysterTille; J P
Howe, A Scott, L Bodecker, C Ross,
Jubilee Minstrels; A Stephenson,
Portland; W V Johnson, RoseburgjT
Hntchmcs. Knappton, W W Wherry,
Clatsop; T H Foss, John Days; J P
Howe, M A Scott, W Moss, Jubilee
Minstrels: A T Laurie, R Trescott,
Anoka; G T Myers; Fisherton; E
Dawson, S F; Mrs AKnapp & Daugh
ter, J W Crow, Knappa; W H Dar
land, Clatsop; S C Bermer, West
port. rAHKEP. HOUSE.
T F Niel, W Davis, C Berke, J H
Deforce, City; N Raymond, C Ray
mond, Ainsworth; H C Hall. J Trimd
land, S F; W Reinhart, W A Thomp
son, F S Ingalls, Mrs Douglass, P
Moller, H A Spayth, Portland; S D
Potts, Vancouver; F Fitflar wife &
child, Ft Stevens; H C Abrams, C C
Martin, Findlay; WV Johnson, Rose
burg; P Jennini & wife, Cathlamet; Q
Persting, Bourbon, Ind; C B Neyer,
Texas; J S Courtney, Knappton; F W
Smith, Deep River; Kentucky Jubilee
By agreement of all the mill men
on tho Sound a uniform schedule of
retail rates for lumber has been
adopted; the charge per thousand feet
being the same at Tacoma, there, Port
Townsend, Utsalady or wherever else
tho buyer gives his order. Prices
range from $12.50 to $15, SIC, $18
and $20, according to quality.
Tho Shoalwater Bay Transporta
tion company will soon begin a now
steamer to-ply on tho waters of Gray's
harbor and tho Chehalis. It will be a
stern wheeler, will be built at Astoria,
will cost about $10,000. and will be
begun about the 1st prox. The in
creasing business of this company
calls for additional facilities, and this
is meant to supply present need?.
Commencing on the 14th inst.
the Shoalwater Bay Transportation
company's steamers will carry mail to
Montesauo and Olympia once a week,
taking on extra Saturday mail. The
mail and passengers that leave Asto
ria by this route get to Montesauo tho
following day, and go through to
Olympia in sixty hours. This line
helps Astoria, and Astorians should
throw all their influence in its favor.
The military telegraph lino be
tween here and Fort Stevens will soon
bo in working order, when instanta
neous communication may be had rel
ative to that water front property
bonded in that vicinity. J. N. Grif
fin, will be tho Astoria operator he
has a nicely fitted up office in tho
Pythian building. Jas. McDonagh
will be the operator at Fort StevenB.
A branch line runs to Clatsop, and
will be in charge of a son of Judge
The Grant County ITcics advises
people not to undertake farming in
that region, because, as it sarcasti
cally remarks, it ie claimed that thero
is no market, and that hay will only
onng s-u per ton, ana wheat $ss per
Dusnei, oats ana oaney .to cts. per
pound, hams and bacon 25 and 23
cts. (much of which is brought from
California "because there is no
market"), butter from 50 to G2i cts.,
cheese 25 cts. and vegetables 2 cts.
Verily the farmer must starve, and the
thousands of fertile acres the govern
ment is willing to give awa' remain
with their virgin soil unturned.
Cannerymen will do well to exam
ine Carl Adler's full stock of books and
stationery. Every thing you need you
will find there at lowest prices.
Plenty of Room.
On the last steamer came the
usual installment of inquiring letters
from people living iu the eastern and
Mississippi valley states, bHt who con
template coming out hero. Some of
them, from tho way they write would
do well, others would not. One
young man who writes from West
Virginia says he wants to make a homo
and amount to something. Another
in Jacksonville, 111., wants to know
what clerk's wages are. For the first
kind there is plenty of room; tho man
who wants to come out here and drop
into a soft job had better stay where
he is. A man who conies here to wurk
and make a home will find plenty to
do, if he be not fastidious, and show
a willingness to pitch in, but he
mnsn't be -afraid of getting his hands
dirty; he can go aa cook to a logging
camp and get $50 a month and his
grub, or if he can stand the work, as a
chopper at $80 or $90 a month, or if
he has tho knowledge, as a teamster at
$10') or $125 a month. Ho can de
velop his chest and appetite and by
keeping a sharp lookout can get 1G0
acres of timber land for $450 or $500
that will bo worth $20,000 in three
year's time. If he bo a mechanic he
will havo no difficulty in getting
plenty of work in tho first town he
strikes. Astoria can furnish employ
ment to-day to overy one here and
plenty more who are willing to earn
money and buy what they need w ith
it. If the young man from West
Virginia is single, wo should advise
him to get his traps together
and 6tart at once. If he is married,
or has anyone depending on him for
support, let him go slow, aud not
think of coming to Oregon unless ho
has some ready money to support
him for some time after getting here.
If he has nothing but his labor tn sell
ho will find a ready market, but should
he be able to look around a little, if
he has money to invest, no section of
fers superior inducements than the
northwest of '83. But after all, it
depends upon himself. Wherever he
goes he will take himself along; if he
is willing and persistent, if he wants
to work aud doesn't got tired too
soon, he will do well and mako money;
if he is temperate and saving he will
accumulate coin, and we will elect him
Mayor or Councilman in 1888, and if
he has any special gift or talent wheth
er of nature or education he can use
it to good advantage, and amount to
something out here. But if he lives
by his wits he must have sharp tools
and even then will be likely to run
against the police fo-ce.
There is room for the young man
from West Virginia unless he be one
of the kind who thinks the world owes
him a living. If that be his motto
let him get the community where he
now is to cancel the debt.
Young and middle-aged men, suf
fering from nervous debility and
kindred affections, as loss of memory
and hypochondria, should inclose three
stamps for Part VII of World's Dis
pensary Dime Series of pamphlets.
Address Woizld's Dispexsahy Mkdi
cjll Association, Buffalo N. Y.
The sale of Syrun of Fies is sim
immense. Everyone is takincit, and all
admit that it is the best medicine ever
used. Children cry for it ou account of
its pleasant taste, and grown up eople
who have used it once never take any
thing else. Unlike other remedies for
biliousness and constipation it never
loses its power to act, and it always
leaves the organs on which it acts
stronger than before. Besides one feels
fresh and bright and realizes that it is
Nature's own true laxative. W. E. De
ment & Co., are agents for Astoria.
Hodge Davis & Co., Wholesale Agents,
House every day at 5 o'clock. The best
25 cent meal in town; seven kinds of
meats, vegetables, inc. nuddinc. etc. A
glass of S. F. Beer, French Claret, tea or
coffee included. All who have tried
him sav Jeff is the "BOSS."
3few Rich Blood.
The use of Oregon Blood Purifier.
Franlf FalrcH Oyster and Chop
Those wibhlnganiceplateof Eastern or
Shoalwater bay oysters cooked in any
style, or an early breakfast before going
aboard tne boat, should call and see
him. Fresh Eastern and Shoalwater
bay oysters received by every steamer.
Call at the Occident Store and in
spect Mcintosh's stock of spring suit
infjs. If not? Why not? Use tho Great
OREGON BLOOD PURIFIER, an
eppetizer, liver-regulator, and a sure
auro for your impure blood. It makes
the skin smooth, soft and fresh; the
eyes bright and sparkling; the bra n
clear; the cheeks plump and rosy; the
breath pure and sweet, and good cir
culation promotes vigor to the whole
system. ABk your druggist for it.
Cold boiled ham, brown bread and
Boston baked beans at "JeiTb" Variety
Chop House every night, near Stephans
Theatre sign of tho red and preen
light Open all night
Furnished rooms to rent at ifrs. P.
J.Goodman's, corner Concomloy and
Two splendid front rooms, suitable
for gentlemen only, or for office use.
Apply to Alex. Campbell at Gem .Saloon
Shiloh's Catarrh Remedy a posi
tive cure for Catarrh, Diptneria and
Canker Mouth. Sold by W.E. Dement
Physicians' prescriptions carefully
compounded day or night at J. W.
drug store, opposite Occident
P. J. Goodman, on Chenamus street
has jiut received the latest and most
fashionable style of cents and ladies
boots, shoes, etc. Agent in Astoria for
the famous Morrow shoes.
Fancy soaps and perfumery of all
kinds can be fouud at J. "V7. Conn's drng
store, opposite Occident hotel.
The Millinery Season
immense Rerfuations in Every
Dress Goods, E'ancy Goods, Domestics,
Cloaks and Dolmans, Gents' and
Boys' Clothing and Fur
NEW GOODS ON OUR TWENTY-FIVE GENT TABLES. '
As a tribute to the Spring Opening- we are requested by Sheriff
O'Neil to present every purchaser with a
of the Latest Designs by Celebrated Artists.
Children coming with their parents will also be presented with a
handsome CELULOID KING
Sheriff Q'NeiVs Bankrupt Store,
ISAACS & STJMMERFEELI).
Corner Concomly and Main Streets, - ASTORIA, OREGON
NHrouH Oxide Gas,
Painless extraction of
LaForce's dental rooms
over 1. W.i
For the r.ntlic8.
Mrs. Warren has received the first in
voice of Litt's Dresses and Dolmans.
Ladies will please call and examine
Orders taken for dresses subject to
approval. Samples to be examined, etc.
Furnished Kooms to Rent
At Mrs. Denny Curran's. On Cass
street near Congregational church.
Now Jeff of the Variety Chop House
starts with a new scale of prices. One
kind of meat, fish or eggs with side
dishes, bread, butter, hot cakes, pie, tea.
coffee, &c 25 cents. Anything extra
will be charged for. Ro.ml by the week
5 In advance. It. h. Jkffkv.
When your wife's health is bad and
your baby keeps you awake, go and buy
one of those handsome willow-horiv
can iages for a mere song, at Carl Ad
All the patent medicines advertised
in this-paper, together with the choicest '
perfumery, and toilet articles, ete-can
be bought at the lowest prices, at .1. W.
Conn's drug store, opposite Occident
".Jeff," the enterprising proprietor j
of the Variety Chop House, is doing a !
rushing business. He has jim complct-!
ed the nest ice house north of San Fran-
cisco, and intends selling ice aud ire
cream as soon as his apparatus arrives
More universally recommended than
any proprietary medicine made. A
....... .s .i:ui : t t. t
eiic aim iuiiuuiu mini;, uniwii a iron
Before you are got sick and b; an in
valid, use OREGON BLOOD PURI
FIER. For dressing the hair, and beautify
ing it when gray, nothing is so satis
factory as Parker's Hair Balsam.
For Dyspepsia andLiver Complaint,
you have a printed guarantee on every
bottle of Shiloh's Vitalizcr. It never
fails to cure. Sold by W. K. Dement.
The Peruvian syrup has cured thou
sands who were suffering from dyspep
sia, debility, liver complaint, boils, hu
mors, female complaints, etc fnmpn
lets free to any address. Seth W.FowIr
For the genuine J. 11. Cutter old
Bourbonaud the best of wines, liquors
and San Francisco beer, call at the Gem
opposite the bell tower, and see Camp
bell. There are bright buds of April and blos
soms of May,
But they're not half sosueetas the
breath of the maid
That with SOZODOXT brushes her!
teeth every day
Till like pearls through her beautiful
lips thev're displayed.
O SOZODOJST ! what an enchantment
That gives teeth like the sun. and gives
lips red as wine.
Whv will you cough when Shiloh's
Cure will give'immediate relief. Price
10 cts 50 cts and SI. Sold by W.K De
ment Suilou's Cure will immediately
relieve Croup, whooping cough and
OU1U UJ It . MVlUKlll.
Arovou made miserable by
cestion, Constipation, Dizziness, Loss of
appetite, Yellow Skin 1 Shiloh's Vital
izcr is a positive cure. For sale by "W.
"llackmetack," a lasting and fra
grant perfume. Price 25 and 50 cents.
Sold by W.E. Dement
Following is a resume of sailing
dates for ocean steamers for April and
May, steamers leaving Astoria and
San Francisco every three days:
KB051 ASTORIA 1
FHOM SAX FltANCISCO
at 10 a. at. April
Queen ..Friday 0
Oregon Monday o
State Thursday 12
Columbia Sundav 15
Oregon Tuesday 3
State Friday C
oueen inursaay rz
Oregon Sunday 15
Oregon Saturday 2l!
Stite Tuesday V4
Columbia Friday 27
Columbia baturaay 21
Queen Tuesday 24
Oregon tnuaj 2
State Monday so
Queen Monday 30
Orcson .Thursday 3
State Sunday c
Queen Sunday 0
State Saturday 12
Queen ..Friday is
Oregon Monday 21
State .Thursday 21
Oueen Saturday 12
Oregon. Tuesday 15
State rauay 18
States Wednesday 30
Columbia Sunday 27
atDr.iFOARD & STOKES,
HARNESS AT SAN FRANCISCO
A Full Line of House
AT THE O. JJ. . X. DOCK.
1 offer for sale my ranch near Skipa-
nnn in this Ceunty: it consists of
, , .
is? h3' Acre improved, with
good dwelling Heuse:
Two Barn., Out Houses, etc.;
A Finn Orchard.
Everything is well improved and in
good condition. A large assortment of
i Three .Passenger Conches.
IVIne Head Horses,
Cattle, Hojrs, Htc.
This affords a rare chance for a man to
get a good home in the oldest settled
section in the state.
Terms favorable to one meaning busi
A J. CLOUTUIE ANNOUNCES TO THE
. citizens of Astoria that on the 24th
inst, he will open a
HARNESS AXD SADDLC SHOP
IIRLOW THE TAKKER HOUSE.
Where a full sunnlv Swill be found. Ro-
pairing of all kinds promptly attended to.
Yonr Patronaso Solicited.
Plain and Fancy Sewing,
Suits mado in tho tost Stylo and
Guaranteed to Pit
Mrs. T. S. Jeiuett.'
KOOMS OVER MRS. E. S. WARREN'S.l
ASTORIA MARBLE WORKS.
UATID KI2L.1I JlX, - - Proprietor,
Manufacturer ot American and Italian
marble monuments aud head stones. Ceme
tery lots enclosed with curbinir. walls and
conlniror stone nosts and iron railinsr. Prices
and uesigns furnished to persons at a dis
tance. J-aitsiacuon guaranteed, biate can
seamers for cannery ujo.
The Rev. Geo. II. Thayer, of Bour
hon, Ind., says: "Both myself and wife
owe our lives toSmr.on's Consumption
CunK." Sold by W. E. Dement.
New Torh Novelty Store,
WITH THE LATEST NOVELTIES;
RRIC-A-BRAC, CLOCKS. JEWELRY. SILVER AND PLATED WARE. OIL PAINTINGS
And a thousand other things too numerous to mention.
NEW YORK NOVELTY STORE, Cor. Chenamus, and Main Streets,
O. H. COOPER, GENERAL MERCHANDISE.
1 A. JL
Spring and Summer
Opening of New Goods
Mr. C. H. Cooper takes pleasure in
informing the public that his importations
of Spring and Summer Goods are now
complete, and the general
WILL TAKE PLACE ON
Thursday, April 5th.
All are invited, and we will deem it
a pleasure to show goods without any im
portunity to purchase.
Dry Goods Clothing' House
I OCCIDENT STORE.
I DRESS UP !
X B&7S ITOW OPENED
THE LABmBV STBCK OF SPRING
EVER BROUGHT TO THE CITY.
Comprising the Bluest Cassimcres, Beavers,
Scotch Tweeds, Etc.
SUITS MADE TO ORDER AT
REASONABLE PRICES, I
FIT AND WORKMANSHIP GUARANTEED. I
x. j9l.. -Mcintosh, 1
TAILOR, CLOTHIER, HATTER and GENTS FURNISHER. 1
Important ! !
Read Garefally! 1 1
Hereafter all our
Pure Coffees will be
put up under our own
Unless bought of
A. M. JOHNSON & CO.
N. B. All goods bearing our
label are guaranteed to be strictly
Pure and of Best quality, and
are sold by no other House.
To AH Whom It May Concern.
O AND AFTER THIS DATE THE
Longshoremen of Astoria, in the event
of any vessel loading or discharging at any
Eolnt on the Columbia river from walkers
iland to the mouth of tho Columbia river
bar shall not helD to load or discharce said
vessel or vessels unless Astoria Longshore- j
men are empioyeu. uyoruer 01 uiepresi
PHIL. CAEROLL, Sec'ty.
Astoria, Oregon. Mar. 20th. 1833, tl 1m
A DISHWASHER AND A
jHL maid. Good, waes glren
A. . Allen,
(SUCCESSOR. TO PAGE & AIXEN.)
Wholesale and retail dealer tu
i!S iSWKtS &
Glass and Plated Ware,
TROPICAL AND DOMESTIC
FRUITS AND VEGETABLES.
I. "W. CASE,
IMPORTER AND WHOLESALE AND RE
TAIL DEALER IN
romer Chenamus add Cass streets.
ASTORIA - - - OREGON
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