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SUNDAY APRIL 2-2, 1SS3
Regular meeting Y. M.
2:45 tins afternoon.
The J'ost-Intclligcncer claim1 a
population of 7,500 for Seattle.
A. JL Johnson & Co., invito the
attention of fisherman who own nets.
Tiniifh w Pfltlp.r rtoljivpfl Hir Aj'm
yesterday. She will try it atjain this! . .
J " 'circuit
; talk of
The Lombard n is discharging tin u0 jt3
Tne demurrer to the case of Val
laco, charged with violating the
license ordinance, was overruled in
the police ceurt yesterday, and the
defendant gave notice of appeal.
Police Judge Moroland said that ha
thought that tho conplaints set nut a
course of action under the ordiuance,
J but he could not try the validity of
the law. As that point was to be
tested soon in the appellate court, he
saw no necessity for any hurried pro
ceedings in the case. There are about
R. F. Prael went below on yen
tcrday's steamer to purchase spring; fifty complaint with demurrers
stock. i all hanging on the same point of law.
j Capt. Schneider's case will be up for
this morning in the
court. There is some
putting the ordinance
fullest i-ffect, which will,
at Flavel's dock.
There are nearly
The Jfjsf says that everybody in
trerefore, reach wholesale dealers,
restaurants and others. The law
reads that no person in this city shall
St. Helens is busy earning money and I 8cl, bart(:r or delivr "? wino sPir
"ottin" rich Good ! ituon or malt liquor., to be drank on
There will be no service in tho
Catholic church to-day on account of
the absence of the pastor.
J. W. Walters will preach to the
Sunday school scholars at 11 o'clock
a. M. All are invited to be present.
A merry party of little folks cele
brated Winnie Goodwin Yeighth birth
day at her parent's residence yester
day. Win. Loeb & Co, have added to
their increasing busineis and make a
pecialty of supplying all manner of
Tho C003 Bay Ncics reports that
salmon fishing has begun in the coast
streams in that vicinity. I he run is
very light so far.
The "Vancouver Indepaulent says
that at that point fishermen get noth
ing but sturgeon in their nets. Well,
sturgeon isn't bad.
The regularity of the full moon
is somewhat marred at half past three
this morning by a partial eclipse visi
ble to early rising Astorians.
The Olympia delinquent tax list
tikes up over three colums of the
Standard. The Astoria delinquent
tax list would take about half an inch
Yesterday was the eightieth birth
day of Mr. T. P. Powers. That he
may live to see many happy returns
of the anniversary is the wish of his
Major Jack Stratman who was
broken up in the newspaper business
in San Francisco for exposing a
Tillainous thief named J. C. Duncan,
is visiting Seattle.
By reference to another column
t will be seen that the Westport Mill
company is on deck. They havo put
in some fine machinery and want to
make contracts for A 1 lumber. See
the premises owned or occupied by
him. No special quantity of liquor is
mentioned, and It cannot be given
away, even a single drink, or any oth
er amount. Section 3 provides that
no bar keeper shall allow any woman
to act as waitress, or sing and dance
or act in any capacity in a bar room.
But the supreme court of California
decided three years ago that a woman
had a3 much right to make a living in
a bar room as a man. Tho cases are
drawing pretty cloao to a solution
now, and will probably roach a final
decision this week. Standard.
Sniiler Colfax lectured in New
York on Presideut Lincoln last Tues
day night. Over 500 immigrants for
Oregon and Washington Territory
arrived in San Francisco yesterday.
The Alaska salmon Packing and Fur
company has been organized m San
Francisco. An increased forco of
laborers have been put to work above
Redding on the line of the C. it O.
railroad. At a firo in Sacramento,
Cal., last Friday, foumcu were killed
and twenty injured by falling walls. -
The Oregon went to je.i yesterday :
afternoon; the Columbia arrives to
morrow. The Quebec public build-,
ings were burned Inst Frid.ty. - :
Chief Mosss' complaints luve reached
Washington. Troops have left Walla '
Walla with supposed instruction? to
make him go back to hia reservation. .
Thousands are leaving England for ,
Manitoba. In the iait twenty daysj
1,300 S. F. passengers have landed at
Seattle. The bar was very rough I
A regular meeting of the teachers
association was held j'esterday after
noon. In the absence of the presi
dent, Supt. Sloop took the chair. Ho
then presented to the association his
method of teaching penmanship, in
a very instructive way, teaching by
the Spencerian system with several
additional principles for advanced
pupils. This exercise was followed
by a method of teaching mental
arithmetic by Mr. Caswell which
was followed by Miss Lawrence,
who gave her method of teaching
reading. Mis3 L. uses the word
method with good success. Miss
Field then gave her method of teach
ing geography, Miss F. would require
pupils to write out their lessons,
whereby they would learn to spell
geographical words. Miss Badollet
then gave her method of teaching
practical arithmetic, explaining how
she teaches carrying and borrowing,
in the fundamental rules. The asso
ciation then adjourned subject to the
call of the officers.
D. H. Caswell, Sec'y.
The Sprague Herald Bays: The
N. P. R. R. agents and employes,
high and low, havo been given a
chanco to resign, particularly the for
mer; a polite way the company has of
discharging its men.
The N. Y. Sun announces that
Mr. Arthur has the best record for
catching salmon of any man in this
country. Let us see: Arthur
Arthur what boat was ho cap
tain of, and who did he fish for?
A settler in the neighborhood of
John Day's river reports meeting the
railroad engineers heading for Kamm's
place on the Klaskanie. It is report
ed that another party ha3 started
from Forest Grove, coining this way.
The Enterprise is glad to see the
"boom" in Oregon City subsiding.
It is opposed to seeing real estate held
so high as to deter people from buy
ing who want to settle down and do
business. There is something in
Astoria Chamber of Commerce.
The Astoria Chamber of Commerce
held a special meeting, last evening.
In tho absence of president Bowlby,
vice-president A. W. Berry, took the
chair. The secretary read a dispatch
from Mr. Tillard. statins that he
would be glad to meet a committee
from the chamber on Tuesday next at
2 r. m. at the 0. R. & N. Co's offico
in Portland. A motion that a com
mittee of five to bo nominated by the
chair be appointed to confer with Mr.
Villard on vtho subject of tho Astoria
land grant and other matters pertain
ing to the commercial interests of As
toria, was carried. The committee
selected consists of Messrs. I. W. Case,
J. D. Merryraan, Dr. A, C. Kinney,
C. W. Fulton, and by special motion
tho chairman A. W. Berry was elected
J yesterday. Lunar eclipse at 3:30 j
1 this morning. 150 excursionists to j
Oregon left Philadelphia last Friday.
Arkansas floods are devastating
plantation". The rush to this north
west coast continues. Government
troops are killing Apaches in Hermo
sillo. Western Texas cowboys have
struch for hicher wayes and threaten
dreadful deeds unless demands aro
complied with. 0,000 idle Italians in
New York. Deputy Sheriff Coffin, of
Boise City, Idaho, was shot dead last
Friday by an escaped prisoner.
Learned men assert that communistic
doctrines have taken deep root in this
country. Villard delivered a grati
fying speech at New Tacoma last Fri
day. The Raiue evening at Seattle at a
meeting of leading citizens ho accept
ed for the corporations represented by
him the sum of ono hundred and fifty
thousand dollars from the people, as
an inducement to build a Hue of rail
road into the Cedar and Green river
valley, from fifteen to thirty miles
long. He said he would come again
with the first train from New York
over the completed line of the North
ern Pacific, in September next, when
he expects to ride in his own car into
that city. President Arthur is riding
through Georgia. In the star route
trial at Washington last Friday Brady's
newspaper experience was touched
upon, the assertion was made that he
bought up every second hand news
paper that was for sale in Washington;
that he rented every paper throughout
the country which could be rented,
and that he bought up every impecu
nious correspondent who could bo
corrupted. The Oregonian thinks
Columbia City, would be a capital
place for Portland shippers to load
wheat; the Oregonian will have its lit
JUST RECEIVED !
ah immense shipment of
Of the latest shades and styles.
WV guarantee to sell our
25 per cent, Cheaper
Than any other store this side of
tho Rocky Mountains.
Trimmed on the shortest notice
REDUCTIONS IN EVERY LINE.
Bargains in Dress Goods. Fancy Goods, Domestics, Gents'
and Boys' Clothing and Furnishing Goods.
NO TROUBLE TO SHOW GOODS !
Sheriff 0' Neil's Bankrupt Store,
ISAACS & SUMMERFIELD.
Corner Concomly and Main Streets, - ASTORIA, OREGON
TO TKCMAX P. POWERS.
APRIL 2tSt. 1S53.
"Golden Medical Discovery" is not
only a sovereign remedy for consump
tion, but also for consumptive night-
sweats, bronchitis, coughs, influenzi,
spitting of blood, weak lungs, short
ness of breath, and kindred affections
of the throat and chest. By druggists.
Important Xotice to Flxncrmen
Jeff, of the Variety Chop House, will
give you the BEST 123-cent meal in town
for cash. Board by the week $o, in ad
vance. Meals at any hour, day or night.
Elanlibooksi Blnnliboolis. Station
.lust received, a large stock at Adler's
Bookstore. On account of a great re
duction in this line I am now prepared
to sell 20 per cent, lower than old prices.
No verses meet have I to send
On this momentous day,
And yet 1 feel thou knowest all
My heart would fondly say.
What can I wish thee, well-beloved
Of all. for years four score?
Beloved of men ! Beloved of God !
What could 1 wish thee more.1
Thy birthday cime with pleasure gay
Jn childhood's sunny hours; light
And days were bright while glad de
Crowned all thy youthful powers.
It came when childhood's joys were
And youtlfs bright hours were thine.
What garlands fair of love and hope
Around thy pathway twined !
It came In manhood's later years
And left the marks of care
While trials, with ungentle touch,
Left trace on brow and hair.
And now upon life's weary way
Once more on wings of time
There comes another natal day
'Bound which love's wishes twine.
1, thee congratulate, content
Should Heaven for me design
A life as well and calmly spent
Just half the length of thine.
And when our birthdays here are o'er
May angels Irail with love
Our entrance to a world of light
The birth to life above !
B. O. C.
BEST SELECTED STOCK
The Salem Statesman has already
put on the mantle of prophecy and
announces prospective Democratic
candidates for congress from this
State. This is "crowding the mourn
ers." Time enough to select a player
after the music is procured.
Tho Rt. Rev. B. Wister Morris,
D. D., will bo present and administer
the rite of confirmation at the 11 a.
m. service in Grace church to-day.
The offerolory at this service will be
devoted to the cause of Diocesean Mis
sions. The Bishop will also be present
at tho evening service at 7 r. m.
IteT. C. J. Larson, of the Scandi
navian Methodist church, will conduct
services to-day in Upper Astoria schoo'
house at 2 r. ai. A cordial invitation
is extended to all. Tho samo minis
ter will preach in Engliish at 11
o'clock in the Methodist church. Tho
evanimr service at thi3 church will be
J W Kinsman, C X Cole, G C Fair
field, P M Barker, H E Underwood,
L 0 Edwards, B Griffiths, H. Morris,
L. Christinson, Portland; F Albright,
W. L. Harris, South Bend; II. A.
Mathews, S. Hudlock, Citv; O. P.
A Baillie, W Mckenzie, E D Mc
Kes, H E Underwood, L O Edwards,
Capt K" Schneider, Portland; A Dur
rant, B B Dyer, Knappton; E B.
Woodard, San Francisco; Mrs Robt
Miller, Shoalwater bay, Hon W H
Gray, K Farm; J W Browfield, New
Port; Gew W Fonner, Wiluskie; J H
Rivermore, Hoquiam; S O Benuer,
Westport; H Thulyer, Lewis River;
Wm W Wherry, Clatsop.
House every day at 5 o'clock. The best
25 cent meal in town; seven kinds of
meats, vegetables, pic, pudding, etc. A
glass of S. F. Beer, French Claret, tea or
couec included, ah wno nave tried
him say Jeff is the "BOSS."
An Old Man's Belief
Have used Parker's Ginjrer Tonic
for my bad cough andhemmorrhage I
had twenty-hve years. 1 teel like an
other man since I used it. I am Cu
years past. Believe it snru to cure
younger pel sons. A. Orner, Hijdi
Books and Stationery,
Yankee Notions, Toys, etc.
Watches, Clocks, Jawelry,
The Peruvian syrup Has cured thou
sands who were suffering from dyspep
sia, debility, liver complaint, boils, hu
mors, female complaints, etc Pamph
lets free to any address. Seth W. Fowli
All the natent medicines advertised
in this paper, together with the choicest
perfumery, ana toilet articles, etc-can
be bought at the lowest prices, at J. W.
uonn's unur store, opposire ucmen
"Jeff,' the enterprising proprietor
of the Variety Chop House, is doing a
rushing business. He has just complet
ed the best ice house north of San 1 ran-
cisco, mid intends selling ice and ice
cream as soon as his apparatus arrives
Is a word which should have no place
in any vocabulary. A man must have
ability to succeed, and a medical prepa
ration, merit. There is no luck about
SOZODOXT, It was sure to succeed
from the firat, because it was good, and
did all that was claimed for it.
IVcwr Iticla Blood.
The use of Oregon Blood Parifier.
Laugh, and Grow Fat.
One is not apt to laugh and grow fat
if he is not feeling well. The legions
who, from habitual constipation, suffer
constantly from headaches, torpidity of
the liver, dullness, feverishness, sour
stomach, etc-, can be persuaded to laugh
only after they have taken a few doses
of Syrup of Pics. Try it and see. For
sale by W. E. Dement & L'o., Astoria
Baby Carriages, Velocipedes
and Fancy Goods of
Defy Competition, at
IJemember that on account of enlargement
of my premUes, I have reduced the price of
everything to make room.
0. H. COOPER, GENERAL MERCHANDISE.
I A L
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.
THE I X L,
Dry Goods Clothing House
The Most Complete Stock of
GENTLEMEN'S FUKNISHING GOODS.
Merino and Flannel Underwear!
White, and French Percale Shirts!
English and Domestic Hosiery!
Latest novelties in IToclswaar, etc., etc.
Everybody's tastes can be suited.
Everybody's wants can be supplied.
D. A. McINTOSH,
TAILOR, GLOTHIER, HATTER and GENTS FURNISHER.
You would bo surprised to learn
says the MUt, that here in St. Helens,
on tho banks of tho lordly Columbia,
with numerous fishing boats landing
every morning, it is impossible to buy,
beg or steal a salmon. The fisher
juen, wheu i.sked if they haTo any
salmon, usually answer, "Yes, but we
are going to ship them on the steamer."
Two rooms for light housekeeping.
' i Address Box 11, P.O.
Hiss Lnse's reading at Liberty
Hall last evening was a source of
pleasure to those present. Her man
nerand enunciation aro worthy of imita
tion, and her selections are character
ized by cultured taste. We hope to
have the pleasure of again hearing tho
talented lady at no distant day.
Bill of Pare
At JEFF'S Variety Chop Hojiso to-day:
Beef, Mutton, Pork, Stuffed Vjal.
Boiled Tongue, Egg Sauce, Baked Heart,
I'igs ncaci, apamsn, jjimo unops,
Breaded, Corn Beef and Cabbage.
Mashed Potatoes, Asparagus. Green
Tea, Coffee, Wine or S. F. Beer.
Dinner from fl to 8.
Meals, ... 2Tj cents.
House to Kent.
Parties contemplating housekeeping
can hear of a small aud suitable house
bv calling at Mns . Malcolm's, corner
Maui ana bquemoqua sireeis.
Just received, the latest styles of
Birthdav Cards, also Weddinc Cards,
something new, in elegant variety, at
Ilodse. Davis fc Co.,
Agents, Portland, Oregon.
the famous Morrow shoes.
BOOTS AND SHOES!
For 20 Days
On account of removal I will sell my larce
and well selected stock of Boots ami Shoes
amounting to over
At i-oit for the next 3) days.
P. J. Goodman, on Chenumus "street
has iut received the latest and most
i iLu,Ji. rV 00?,V,T CJtn-iVftirl All thine needing anything in the line ot
boots. Shoes, etc. Agent III AbtO. U lor ,.,.. ,... i:enti,.5ll,! or cThildren'a Boots
Go to the O. K. Lodging House
corner Wcst-9th and Water streets.
Where so fast my friend? Why to
Frank Fabre's for a pan roast
Shiloh's Cough and Consumption
Cure is sold by us on guarantee. It
cures consumption. Sold by W. E. Dement
Sleepless lights, made miserable
by that terrible cough. Shiloh's Cure Is
the remedy for you. Sold by W. E. Dement
For dressing tho hair, and beautify
ing it when gra3', nothing is so satis
factory as Parker a tlair lialsaui.
Kor the genuine J. II. Cutter old
Bourbon, and the best of wines, liquors
and San Francisco beer, call at the Gem
opposite the bell tower, and .sec Camp
bell. For lame Back, Side or Chest use
Shiloh's Porous Plaster, Pnc 25 cents.
For sale by W. E. Dement.
and Shoes will find it greatly to theirlnterest
to gh c me a call, for 1 will positively sell ray
pood at cast rather than to be to the trouble
of moving thorn to iiij new place of business.
Catarrh cured, health and sweet
breath secured bv Shiloh's Catarrh Kcm-
edy. Price 50 ceuts, Masai Injector free.
For sale oy v. x .uemeni.
Decorating Suspension Hooks for
ornamenting parlors, rooms and offices.
No house can do without them. Don't
spoil your walls. Always Iiaudy. (Jo
and see them at Adler's Bookstore.
The finest pan roast in the city.
Where, oh where ? At Frank Fabres.
Beware of fever and ague this coming
Summer, by tho use of a few bottles
of Oregon Blood PuriGer, this Spring.
A reliable means of eradicatinc lo
cal disease of the skin, viz.: Glkx's
Hill's Hair and Whisker Dte,
That Hacking Cough can be so
quickly cured by Shiloh's Cure. Y
guarantee it. Sold by YV. E. Dement
TO TRADE WITH ME !
SeasiieBaiery & Confectionery-
Because my Goods are the Best,
and Always Fresh.
fnVM r.imU! etc.. furnished for "Weddinc:
parties, on short notice, and guaranteed to
give penecs sausiacuoo.
Cake ornamenting a specialty.
Opposite H. W. Ilnmc'u.
THE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE
stockholders or the Astoria Iron Works.
of Astoria. Clatjop Co., Oregon, will be held
at the offlce of the secretary on Thursday,
Anril 2Gth. lbJ.at seven oclock p. M..for the
purpose of electing directors for the ensuing
vear, and for the, transaction of such other
business as nniy come before the meeting.
By order oi the Hoard ot Directors.
.1. G HUSTLElt, Secretary.
Astoria, Oregon, April 14. 1833, dtd
I. "W. CASE,
IMPORTER AND WHOLESALE AND RE
TAIL DEALER IN
Corner Chenamus and Cass streets.
ASTORIA - - - - OREGON
L. K G. SMITH,
Importer and wholesale dealer lu
Clgnrn and Tobacco, SmolicrV Artlclei,
riaylns Cards. Cutlery, Sta
tionery Etc. .
The largest and finest stock ot MLER
SCHAUJIahd AMBER GOODS In the city.
Particular attention paid to orders from
the country, ,,
I Chenamus Street, Astoria. Oregon.
Ceo. A.PIcasance. -
Cor. 5th and Aider Sts. - -
Straw Beds, per doz. - - 510.
Spring Beds, each, - $5. to SI 5.
In Raw Silk, Carpet, and other eoYerhur,
From $10. to 515.
Samples of cover and particulars by mail
Beautiful skin, and fair complection
robust health, and powers of endur
ance follow tho use of Brown's Iron
PhvsIIans attest: "Colden's Li-
Smn Beef is particularly useful in
(Iptheria, Fever, and every depressing
Grace Cnuncir Holy communion
first fc'uudayof every month. Sunday
services at 11 a. m., and 7 p. M. Wednes
day evening service at 7 o'clock. Ilev.
X. D. Wilson, Rector.
First Presbyterian Church Ser
vices at 11 A. 3i. and 7 p. m. Wednesday
evenincprayer meeting at i ociock.
Uev. J. V. Milligan, Pastor.
Congregational Church Services
at 11 a. 3i. and 7 p. m. Rev. J. W. Wal
R03IAN Catholic Church Services
at 10 :30 a. m. Rev. L. Dielinan, Pastoti
M. E. Church Services at 11 a.,3i.
and 7:30 p. 3i. Lecture and Prayer Meet
ing. Wednesday, at 7 p. 3t. Rev. W.T.
Baptist Church. Services every
other Sunday. Sunday School at 2 p. m.
Rev. WInneld Scott D. D. pastoral
GREAT SLAUGHTER OF GOODS !
New Yorls WTovelty
Has to Move on the 1 st of May,
And in order to savo the breakage and damage in moving goods we will sell our entire stock
Baby Carriages, Bird Cages, Jewelry, and Silver Ware, Clocks,
And all the Brlc-a-Brac In our Store at
San Francisco "Wnolesale Prices
For the Balance of this Month only.
Come one and all, and convince yourselves that we mean business.
NEW YORK NOVELTY STORE, Cor. Chenamus, and Main Streets.