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1E0CSD THE CITY
A. M. Johnson has a store to rent.
Jas. Vaughn goes on the police force as
Typhus fever is as deadljjas the cholera
when once in the human system.
Republican county convention at the
toart house at one o clock this afternoon.
Mrs. A. Malcolm advertises a hatid
some stock of ladies' and children's
John Mvera. the Democratic congres
sional nominee, vrill talk to Aslorians
The Hciry Villard, 1553, is billed to
appear horo in a few days lroia lacoma
in coal ballast.
The State of California and City of
Carlisle sailed yesterday; the Awmwn,
previously reportod, arrived in.
In the U. S. circuit court last Monday
in the caso of J. M. Shively vs. Nancy
Welch, et al., tho bill was dismissed.
flayerly's "Strategists" at Occidental
hall nest Saturday evening. Reserved
seats at tho Now York Novelty store.
The little son of llobt. Oarruthers sus
tained a most painful acsident yesterday,
resulting in the fracture of the bones of
the wrist and elbow of ihe right hand.
H. S. Hathaway, of Portland, has
bought an interesfin tho furniture firm
of Ed. D. Curtis & Co. The new firm,
thus reinforced, will hereafter l.u known
as Ilathaway, Curtis Sc Co.
The Ladies' guild at Grace church
have a paper fair at Liberty hall this
ftvening. The affair will open at 7i)0,
and considerable amusement will be
afforded those who attend.
The city council will meot again next
Tuesday. Let us hope tho weather will
remain cool. A warm sun on the htag
nant scum that is all roady to be hatched
out, would breed most pestilential odors.
The council chamber, and indeed all
the city offices, look beautiful. It is
gratifying to see such ovidenca of muni
cipal prosjerity. J Jut the stinks and
cesspools of iho city will breed fevers
that will make the place a Golqotha un
less proper attention is immediately paid
Tho convention that meets to-day nom
inates a full county ticket. Tho party
has nothing to give away, and none but
men that won't have to be packed should
be put on tho ticker. It irf ono thing to
nominate; it is quito another thing to
elect, and as none of tho nominations
will go begging it will bo easy to select
men that can qualify for office after tho
The Columbia arxived iu at an early
hour j'estorday morning. On her last
trip down, tho manifest of her cargo was
a good illustration of t he extent and re
sources of the Columbia basin, as in ad
dition to the usual consignments that
cross the bar to San Francisco, were 800
tons of flour for shipment to Liverpool,
1,000 dozen eggs for California consump
tion, and several hundred sacks of silver
ore that is destined to go the Horn
around, to New York.
There is a better tone prevailing in the
market, and several important sales have
been made at full market prices. Stocks
ars drifting into a smaller compass, and
advanced prices may shortly be looked
for. There is not the prejudice existing
here against machino tilled goods which
the remarks in your last week's editorial
would lead us to expect, and hand-filled
of same standing, though perhaps ob
taining a preference at equal prices, yet
fails to oommand better figures, and we
consider this preference is only given on
account of the animus which has been
raised against this hdest progressive
step. Liverjtool Corr. London U) overs'
IHE ASTORIi L4XI GUAM.
Senator Slater, who xopoited th- bill to
declare forfeited lands granted to the
Oregon Central railroad company, says
that there Is "no doubt of tho right and
power of congress to decbtm a forfeiture
in this case. The granl is a public one
made, it is true, to a private corporation,
but for the purpose of securing u public
good. The gram is a congressional one,
and cnngiesi, through its Legislative
power, can ulmso declare and authorize a
forfeiture for nonperformance of the eru
ditions of tho grant."
The fotfeiture applies only to so much
of the grant as is adjacent to and co-terminus
with the uiioomnleted portions ol
the road, aud not adjacent to completed
The supervising architect of the tre.iiut
gives the following as the cost of the pub
lic buildings in Oregen: Poi tb:nd. cost
of site; $15,OD0; cost of con-tnicliuii,
$305,832.30; total, $30,y32.30. Astoria,
site. 7,900; construction.s:07.it;.23;tetal.
Thn total amount of revenue collected
in the Oregon (Astoria) customs districts
last year was $103,617.97, and the expens
es of collection, $10,572.
The international revenue, collections
wsre as follews: Distilled spirits, $o9,-
09L19; mauufacttued tobacco, $13,53.63;
fermented liquors, $28,017.00; all other
collections, including penalties, $20,175.-
25: total, 8101,1KJ.73. J he expanses or
coueciion were wJ"'-
The following is self-c-splauutory:
Wasuikotov. D. C, April 2 J, 13.
E. C. HouSex,
Secretary Astoria (Jhaiuber of Com-
Secretary of the Navy Chandler says
that Bear Admiral ("pshur's flag ship
Hartford is alroady nutter orders to
ort at Panama. Those ordftia ejir
wivlj' be chati'jed.
J. N. Doi.i'ji.
Vi void will ell .1 lar;e stock of Boots j
and Shoes at cost, .it the Leading boot
and shoe store.
full line of ladies and children's
Shoes, latest .:ie, to lo found cheap
nt rvold's. msii of the (lolden Shoe.
Arvold sells BooandSnoei ehcapet
riAn inv one else in town, lecau- we
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Willi cood references wants a sUiniiioit
;; 4n hmteeworlc in a tninii. inqurre
donon"eworkIn a fnin!!. Inquire
.. "Zr... . ...
"": ;i.i. p- r.v.,',
ILnre k'ieaoui esooiiis
some Inrge and veo pleasant toom
are for tent ar
Wautm :t Siliiatiou.
Norwegian girl wants a situation
asdomestic in a small family. Apply
to A. M. Johnson-, Astoria ball-loft.
(ITT COrSCIL PHOTF.EPINo'-s.
With prompt punctuality the doors of
the council chamber vore thrown open
nt 7 o'clock last evening, and by the time
the hands on the diul pointed to half
past eight the couuciluien v.'Cro ready to
tackle the regular order of bushier.
Major Hume presided and Councilman
Case,Clovoland, Dealy, Stone ami Tronoh-'
ard ausv.erod toihoir names. t
A petition from properly owner ask
ing that tho grade of Washington street
bo declared was referred to tht stroot
A petition from the citizens living on
tho roadway between N. Johansen's and
John Devlin's, asking that a policeman j
. be assigned that section, on motion the
j petition was granted, and the chief of j
j police was empowered to place L. H. Par
sons in such section. j
A pction from prop2rty owners asking
for lamps on Lafayette street was ro
ferred to tho committee on public prop- j
A petition from the Cutting Packing
company, asking the right to extend the
present line of spiling was reported on.
Petitions were received from il. kmpo,
Rieffe & Grab, Mrs. Borglnnd, B. Earth,
J. Bottger, S. Collins, F. Bcntilla and H. j
Jeldnes, asking for licenso to sell win, I
malt and spirituous liquor for one year, j
were granted; also ono previously re
oeived from G. lvarwonen. '
It was moved that all comraunicatioaj j
regarding repairing No. 2's engine be
referred to committee on fire and water.
The struj: ommitteo's report i yard
ing the iiopiovernent of street
Report of Htrcet superintendent for
Alarcu was adopted.
Beport of wharf committee on Cuttinti
Pa king company's petition, reporting
favorable, was adopted.
Beport of public proierty committer
recommending that Mr. Baymoud'fl cem
etery lauit be pui chased, was adopted.
lit port of committee, on health and
police regarding confirmation of G. W.
Bucker and J. A. Vnngbn ss police olfi-
cers, was adopted.
Iteport of police judge fur .lurch was
Beport ol lire committee regarding tho
purchase of fire badges, recommending
their purchase, was adopted.
n ordinance dedicating lots Nos. 4.
and 5, block 60, McCluro's Astoria, for uae.
as h public street and highway, to be
known as Ferrell streut, was lead first
and second times and passed under sus
pension of the rules.
An ordinance lixing the siiarv of me
police judge at 90 per mouth was lead
first and second times and referred to
committee on health and police.
.Moved to adjourn to lnednv. tliellMh
The attention of tho city council is re-
spectfulls- directed lo the fact that sorao
of the streets and most of the
sowers of this city aro in a
mo-t shameful condition; that the lack
ol pro)Hr sewerage facilities are so glar
ing as to make it a herious conpideration
as regards tho health of the city; that a
resolution calling for tho beginning of
certain needed street improvement was
passeu two weous ago ana i.s sun lying in
the offices of tho auditor and clerk; that
a due senso of the requirements of the
situation demands that the conncil shall
not wait until disease and pestilence deo
imaie ihe population; money is coming
into the treasury; lo what better use can
it be applied than in guarding against
epidemic fever? Wr have the example
of other communities bafore our oyes,
and it is. to sav the least, cross negli
gence to Jillow this condition of things
to obtain. J ho council is the proper
source for all this to oiiue through. Let
it not bo forgotten that there arc meas
ures concerning public health of at least
equal importance with matters that Beam
to receive more present attemion.
V Kullroad Unnior.
A rumor prevailed on tho hi reels yester
day that important railroad movements
were being eotiPiirauiated. They were to
the effect that the Northern Pacific amd
the Oregon Builwny arid Navigation
Compauj had pooled their issues tind
were toon lobe m"r4.d into one giant
corporation. Trite ihe knowing ones de
clared would pieont the O. B. A. N. from
forming a union with the Oregon Short
Line. Thoy also declared that the road
to the Sound over the Cascade mountains
to the Sound would be abandoned and
the rails taken up as far as tho road hud
been finished. The matter was inquired
into, and na far b; could be learned there
was no truth in it. Several railroad
ofiicihls were interview i? and they de
clared that they Knew noihiug about it.
C. 11. Prescottsaid he had received no
ofilchd notification of consolidation of
the two roads. Ho admitted, however,
that r-ucli . coucoiidariou had Un
talked of. Portia, rJ Xolz, ;;.
There is eonsiderabh teliit3 in the!
matter of salmon -ales, trausictious so
far reported aggregate 150,000 ca-es thia j
season. A sale of John A. Devlin A Co.'s
p?ckfor thr m-a-oii, pi obably 24,000 case3,
is lepoued to E. O. Ulake, London, at
1.25, f. o. b., which is equivalent to 1.27)
domestic. This has not bpen contradict
ed as jet, and as that in ubout as near
being right as -in statement ter gets
to be about a buine.s.4 that no one kuows
anything aboiit it may be given credence
Further reiwil jcslcrday was to the ef
fect that a ale"of J2,500 cases had been
effected by I). L. Beck & Sons 7,000 of
the Aberdeen; 5,000, We-t Coast; 3,000,
Occident: 5.000, I. X. L; 5,000, Point Ad
ams, at 1.12K f. o. b.. for ei.poit, or 1.15,
domestic; the remaining 7,500 cases of G,
Vi'. Htinu's Ping brand, at $1.17i., f. o. b.
Salmon (V.rinlns u thr Nacranirutu.
Tho Kidnion canning busiueso, which is
expected io bpgin about April 1st, has
been veiy poor bo far. The season is ex
ceptionally late, but tho fishermen pre
dict a good run. The soasous of 18S2
and 1SS3 were poor and a good season
is now duo. The Cutting Packing com
pany report that almost nothing has lecn
done by them as yet. A few fish have
been brought in, but none to speak of.
Lusk ; Co. diil not begin cimiing until
Tuesday, when they put up about 15,000
cans riot more than one-fifth of a full
day's work in the flush of the season.
Yesterday not enough fish wero In ought
in to go to work on. f'Zi.-oii :, .
C-.iu-ht (fit the Vij.
Messrs. iVi-.uMk A. Utitton. of the
Fixing Mudio. have moved to their new
gallerv on Nittcnioqti t -Ufl, three
doors "east of the hank. Thev ne the
new style. irisiats!aneoi:s drv plates ex-
plu-ivel. The ) roess i, tnrl.v won -
i1.-rriit l.lnle mi.'-, who enui
int never re-
dill an instant aie t.ilo-n acetir -
atelvhv this proee-.s-ae;uill .-aui;ht I
on tin-ily." H.e ue-itives onee liken;
areas oei manenr as me our-ia-uioncu
' sort, and lar-uperior ariisiiealb. The1
jsUUiigH none in l ss time man one
could uap lu ?W?- -, !":,.1cn"
moi.'im cim m-mi.u?ri .,,.-
moietbe cloth generally u:sM and n..
' ciated bv Hi. publ.e. for tlieir t:al:ery is
i ..inr.,. ;twn....-mn.ii.rii r.ir I in- lUHnmnt'
i ciowded wrtli people waning Jiietr turn
to bit in front of the camera. Call and
see them at i heir new California cal -
I'lue tress Goods.
A splendid line of ladles dress goods is
being displayed at the Empire store.
RETORT OF PUBLIC SCHOOL
j1" nUtrift for Soath EBd,"F Kprtt
: gas's 51
: -ii s &3i
: : 5ps.
5 : : :
2!5?l:?!Si A tltrJ. urn.
i I Ar. Dail'j
I !r. r. rj Abunce.
,. j I Suwltr
1 j So. Cws "
j j bolt, of nosoa.
Names of pupils neither ab3ot nor
HKSr OKAililVR IhP4.UTMfiKr.
Emma Devol Mude Saffftrxtn.
Minnie BrodiV Georgia Badollet
Lucy Nichol Josio Bryce
Pauline Parker Callii Brodie
Ella Pope Bosie Clinton
Ella Bucker Otga Heilborn
Will McCorni'tc Katie McKesu
Bertha Powell Frank Crang
Otto Parker llattie Dunning
Lillie Swan Nora Bapplej ea
Lillie Stantield Ella Stockton
Frank Brallier Willie Tallaut
SECOND OU.13IMAI: DEPAKTJtKVr.
Ella Tnnger Lena Bochnu
Amy Powell Sadie Crang
Boetta Sheriuan Jennie Nichols
Clara Bucker Mary Monteith
Cm tin Perriu Belle Clevtland
Otto Praei Ethel Hunter
Willie McLijaii Katie Crr
Sherman Prinnell Frank Bucker
Bobert Brodie Aguos Stockton
Willie Tucker Charles Dcvol
Levina Crouk Wm Tnillingtr
Olpa Pohl Max Bcrendc.
John Trullin;cr Thos. Bnwling.s
Vcrdic Grten Alfred McCliinaluit
UU-T INTi:MHnUTlS DEPAblMSXT-
Jennio Arvold Benjamin Coo
Cora Bochnu Nicholas Clinton
Nelson Borglaud Bertha Devol
Frank Curran Chris Hambacher
Anna Hambacher Katie Munroo
Amelia Hambacher Jennie Monteith
Lemuel Howes B6rtio McCIanahan
Jamts Johnson Howard Prinuell
John lloucomf.li Minnie Bogers
Lillie Hulett Fred Rawlings
Andraw McDuff Lena Spellmeir
SliOOSU XSTKRMbIflT8 XJEPlBTMKMf.
WKST 1-atMiRT DEPAKTMCa-.
James McCuan Anna O'Neill
David Beasley Martha Gilbert
Ernest Fahnstsrk Eddie Hobon
Oscar Brendes Mattio McDun
Dolly Campbell Eddie Crang
Anna Berglund Kate Kindred
George Baembur Josie Peterson
Archie McLean Bobert Smith
Alfred Babbidf e Paul Pitit
Harry Bachau Martha Powell
Emma Loveti Alfred Cleeland
bECOKD PSIMAnY DHPAKTMBKI.
esta Cofiinbui v
Normal grade Ella Rucknr.
Sir A grade Lillie Swan.
Six B grade Nora lapplcca
Five A grade Ella Tangor.
Five B grade "Willie Tnckt-r.
Four A "radc Stdie Crang.
Four B grade Connie Wvalt.
Three A grade Vmeliu Humbucher.
Three B grade Minnie Cleveland.
Two A Rrade Albert Leighton.
Two B grade Helen Monteith, Jennie
Two A class Olga Nordstrom, Ernest
Two B class Hugo Strom.
One A class Anna Gilbert.
One B class Leonard Stinnm.
MRS. V. E. MARTIN,
uaBtrbari for Aprd.
From San Fran. From Aitoriji.
. -JiState, May..
Interesting to the Ladles.
Grand opening on Tuesday and Wed
nesday, April 22 and 23.
J.Pii.ofp.'s Leading Suit, C!ak uud
Dress Goods House, of Portland, has op
ened a permanent Lraneh at Adler's
Crystal Palace, oeeupv in" part of this
vroll known .store. A full and large a--sjrlnienl
of New Mles and Fashion
able garments tor Ladies and Children,
in ll.ulv-m:de hults, Cloaks, Wraiw.
Dolmans. Ualetots.e.10.. will he alwnvs
In the Order doaitinent a eoinnht,s
line of Samples will bo shown, couipri-
ing all the latost novelties in Dres
gooils, -Silk:. Satiiib, YeheUj. Cloths.
etc.. to sfjrei from. Onlers will betaken
and made lo measure by frs. Pilger,
for any garment desired, or sold by the
yard in an jiu;ii!ity.
Low prices uii! r'uie. our aim heini
Jiogsve tue t.:iiues ot Astoria equal fa
ewnes v. mi wi'i-f ui .-an r ranci-ico or
i ' oniauo. .i. cilokk.
L-frsl and rlprn&on. streets, Portland,
ami .Crystal Palace, Astoria.
i.i.v i.ju, .M;ui;isi.T..i,uirm
,u.i n-coivwl at T. C. Rnuii...r :,
. , , . . p:,r:,i;'.ii
jck of eiitr,' Ci4re
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.. r' z -..- .- ";' .
At Mrs. C
1 tlonril ehui
Itouuis to Rent
CurranV. near the Cnii"r'a-
Boats for Sale.
Joe Leathers has two line boats for
ale at the boat shop, one block west ot
Hansen Bros.' mill.
TICKS OF THK TFLTIGBAPH.
France wants to expel all dyuamitera.
Col. Buffnm, a well known mining
man. blew his brains out at Sonorc. Inst
Tho discovery of new gold fields near
Pike's Peak, Colorado, occasions croat
Tho Naas Tviver Indians refuse to allow
wood to be cut on their land or nnv
! steamers to ascend tho river.
Henry George says his English misaion
was a success, aud that ho madu many
converts to his theory that it is a crime
to own propert3.
Tho bill introduced by Eepresoutatho
Henley, to encourage education in tho
states and territories, provides that all
new.snaners hereafter published in tho
j several states and territories, in any lan-
guage whatever, shall be carried f fee of
postage tnrongn mo mans uitmu the
limits of the United States.
Foreign consuls at Khartoum report
April 9th that General Gordon considers
that the time for retreating has arrived.
Gordon will send with Colonel Stewart
and Vice Consul Power, who nre io re-
turn to lower Egypt bj- way of Abyssinia, :
all foreigners who choose to accompanv
them. Gordon has himself lo intontion
of retreating. He has hopes tht England
will send him aid.
The authorities in Swansea are at-
! tempting to induce the government to
j send American mails by way of Swansea,
instead or tnrougn j-uverpooi and (jiieeas
town, as at present. At a recent meeting
of the Swansea harbor irust Sir Harry
Yhlon stated that representations had
been madG to tho government which
showed that during tho last six months
thirty-six steamers had left Swansea for
Voir Vrtrt- llnr.Mwl SwtlCn cca n v-nl
j jrt on tho English coast nearest the )
! Atlantic, and was beside twelve houn-
nearertho United States than Liverpool,
Tho French steamer MuwiUr, from
Now Orleans bound to Bordeaux, w.ms
discovered to bo on firo three days after
leaving Now Orleans, a terrible gale blow
ing nt the time. The hatches wero opened
and fifty bales of cotton jettisoned, bat
the firo w:i3 eo intense that the crew and
, pas;oucrs, though working-with the en-
fcrgj t raen anxious to save their live?,
j had to abandon eperntions, not. how-
ever, before several cases of nuffocntion
I had occurred. Tho hatches were then
j battened down and it was decided to sail
j for Bermudn, 250 miles distant. On ar
! riving there, with the assistance of the
i naval authorities, the fire was finally ex
: tingutehed. Had thu deck of thcvessel
been entirely of wood noihiug could
have saved tho bhip.
A Paris correspondent at Cairo sends
tho following details of tho recent Shondy
massacre: Threv hundred Egyptian
troois and 690 non-combatants, prefer
ring to make thn hazardous nttempl to
march to Berber to "slnmng at Shcudy,
Rat out from tho latter place on the 15th
inst. Part of the imnibor went slowly by
steamer down tho river, while others
marched dovn the rher bank. When
two hours' march from Shendy thoy were
attacked by Arabs, and after a. short fight
nil tlifi trooos ovcentiii" :t lew v:ir&
mussacrcd. The Vrab r.fterwatd oap-i
tared Shondy. The Egyptirui troops there
had discarded their troop; and uniforms. !
in the hope of bring spired. But few,
however, escaped tho general massicre.
Two thousand men and 501) women and
children were .slaughtered. ?.lany of
thfrin were refugees from Khartoum".
Stop Tliul tou-h
Bv going lo J. K. Thoma.-.V :;nd gatlin:
a Wtlo of Len.y'. Cough R:dam.
Irwir.i. n;uK Yot .
A lur-e si,vk of Mifr. and sliii
all the latent My le
C'oiMii'S nml irntlerticnr.
All the latest nuike-. and dxle-.nfeoi-rfl-j
and ladie-j umrerwear" at Prael
Bn)s. Eniplr,' iore.
Jloslei'ji, Hosiery, llovteeji !
Thu latent no;eilio in ladifN and
thiidrens hosiery :d Pntel lire.
.ShllohV Catmrii lieu:ed -a
lie eure fr Catarrh. Diptfiori::
Canker Mo-illi. iM bj IV. K. !.
Thr ivrni:t:i sjrnpnas :ir.Mi ihou
sands ho were snV.erj'.ig uom dysprp
5ht,dt'bllir. liifi eoiitpiai'il. lioit's. int
inois. tr-osale j-otnpiaiiit-. .-te. r.M.ipli
lels ire.-to.:;-'. addi.-s. .-Hi W.f'owl
A Sufi- T:o;..:i
l-"r Ii-ue:isi-v:tjjIL5v. r ("knii-lafi:.
jn;i h:ne a piiMlcil Mi.iraiilff ns .t'i.
bottle ..t Shllohv Vitnliier. II ii.'-xer
fs:lsio eure. ,njM b W. IL Seuie::t.
-Wh. il: you cougn wiien Shib.lfs
Cure will aielinndir.lo ir-liff. Piiri
10 els TM I-. , and .-1 . -u.!d l. W. ! . 5 1.
inoui. WHS vo:j siiUer witii Di-ip.-ti-ia .mil
Liver CoiepNinl.' dbdf- Viiaiier is!
garanii-i J.i-iire Jin;. -i.ii s.v SX. V. i
VII Ihe i:!ei:t r.ieilleines i:i, rtised
in thisj.aj.er. Men her with th- i-hmivst
entlltierv.aiid iMiiet artteles, -je.. i-nn
)p!mw!btiit lhel..west pnee. ar .1. W.
! lei. Asii.ria.
Arvvoii i'ade iiitM'rah.'f iv Imii I
j tfe-.;.iii.'iri::i.a;ion. !: tn.'s-. i..s, nt j
j aiilK'titi. iJJitW !!: ? 'shiL.sfs Yii.t!-j
j i.er is u j s;!.e run-. !'oi J. U . j
j A N'nsal lujts-ior tree with p.,rU
I lKtlIc ol .hito.s, Catarrh itei:;dv
. 1'riivr.rteents. Sold !v W. F. nemenf
Old etor:sl.uis.S'-n-s ami C.i.t I'leeisi
runovrdhj sh.-of;K:oV I'.Luon it-I
-UaelrmPlaek." a laMing ami fra
grant perfnine. I'n-vSi and M e.nt.
Nl'll tV t. K l-Ol.-l.l
uiaei op ;
.. -i:ri vvttli Kiiejj
- Ito-ft-' J :. s n eating hiist"
is now iipen. Kter'hina has 1'eeti fit
ted up in ii.-ieja-- -t;.I. -.ml his well
known rrjfisu-.oo .i-.i aterer as-sures
ail who likt ood filings ioi:. that at
his plae-e Ihev ean le aero:ntuolatetl.
.Made of Fine
Sara' 3Etix"fc"to c i
Will Not Crack.
KOESALK EVERY WIIEItK.
Tht Gutta Ptrcha & Rubber Mf'g Co
STTK K7C0 TEKRIT0IJIVTjKWS.
Thu ntilroad has reached Ashland.
Five tickets in the field in Douglas
county. . I
Tho Oreifou eirtnit session opens at
J Kosoburg, May 3.
Linn connlv is out of debt and hns u
bmk credit of $6,500. I
John Myors. 3)einocratic candidate for j
congrthH, is in Portland, he will open the j
campaign at Baker City April 30. I
Willamette TniverVdy. the oldest in
stitution of Jwirniug in th? state, will
celebrate in fortieth annhersary in June.
The coiumeiiceiiK nt exercise- w'ill begin
on Juno 7th.
A train of mules, fifteen of them load
ed with whisky and one with Hour, ar
rietl at Ealen few davs aio. and n man
from Motitana wanted to know what they I
were going ro do with all rhat Hour.
The Roburg Indcpciide.t say.s that
rhe reports from anous parts "of the
county indicate that the peach crop will
be lighter than Int year, apples, prunes
ana pium3 mucn larger, wuiie the season
painvornblo to better fruit than last year.
Robert L. McKse. who v.w nominated I
i. ia nAMn.kH.n r 4i.M t .1. fj?-ri i
district for circuit judge, has tendoredhis
written withdrawal f roi.i Ui tipL-.t. to V.
L. Jetfery, chairman of tho state central
a.-iQuilee. Mr. McICeo is ineligible, be
ciiK he has not lived ;u the state three
youn. This is regarded as u pretty good
joke on the Multnomah delegation,
winch included four lawyer-;.
News has reached Yreka, Ccl., that the
superintendent of construction on the
railroad abovo Bedding, visited all the
camp? on the Sacramento river and noti
fied all hands to knock off work, as
further railroad building will be stopped
for the present
:mwh the road to the fortv-inilo stake
j.i it iuu luu'uiinu io
abovt- Bedding, which will allow turning
over for government acceptance two
twejuy-milo sections, 'thw will bring
tho railroad terminus to a little this side
of Dog creek, and nliout eighty miles
SKI Kit TALK BVt'K.
Never talk back! such a thiiu i-. repre
hensible; A fellow only corks hisae'f that jaws u
fellow that's hot;
In r. quarrel, ef you'll only keep vour
month shot and bo sensible,
The man that does the lalkin' Mi git
worsted every shot!
NVvur talk back to a fellow that's abusin'
Just let him cam- on. and rip aud cuss
And when he finds hi- lyin' and hi3
damin'.s jest amusin' you,
Youv got him clean keirlnniuiixed,
and wm waul to hold him thore!
Nevi r talk back and wake up the whole
.nd call a man ; Imr. howyomerer
that's his fix:
You enu lift aud land him fuidi-r aud
with gracefully imputunity
V. Ith ono good jolt of sileno. than hrdf
a dozen kick-.
l'oit Ktioic Ilm J I ,. Yovxflf.
ITJie Patent Lump l'llier.
The u.oM uvful household iuwmiuii
of the fttji. (;:dl :nd -(mj it. Also, evtra
I good Coal il for -ale in (i.niiities l'rotn
; a piut to a i:if J. .Ioi::i.v .t Boocrir.
' 1 T.k. t 1 l'"!! ;. Itivif
v)r Shoe, go i l'..l.(;oodm::ns, on VAu
iratnua tr.'-et. next .loor !o 1. V. Caie.
; All good, of lire bfs make and giiar.tn-
itf.iu:il:l. v lull -teek: inw Hi-ods
j iii;.i:iti;l arrhin-r. 1'iMnin ftorl..
j Al tin-KmpiiT Stttiv
You will find the fii.el laees mot em
! broideries, of lieheM- oualitv.
l;-e Diiiiuiitt- Couh Balsam.
Dement V t'o.-.
;t W. P.
all like Pint mill'- Con-h
I'm i)imiuitt.s Cough BitNam tor
Ciiejst. Throat, and Lnng-t. :d Y. K. i )e
Diuiuiitl'.s roiitrh Ikil-am never tails.
Try it. at V. K. Dement & Co.';.
Boston lktkcd lieuiisaud Brown Bread
i:ery Stiiiikn :i .lofi from ." a.m. ro
ISrav sflis .i,kett
l!uv vutir Lime of ilrav at Portland
The He Ceo. !l. Thaer.ui Bour
bon, Ind.. savs- -Botli uijaelf Mw wife
ntooour Hves'biMJil.OliS Co.N--iI' i h'i
Critr' s,ih! b U. l:. Ui-ir.i-ii'
j liiiimil!s C uitgh Buls.tin i-urcs Crotiji
pQLQrw P n nf Qpfinn QTV
I J ' y
CoR'ee and ItvClruili I'rtllort. ,
Bread and Cakes
Ol' VI. I. KIIK
V .Ii'uu.hhI l'.irlnsunj'li. il willi liH-ll :
- o Fivnoh and Aniericari-'i
M.iMUaetlirt i'. holcb.iln .tint iU-l;-.!!.
oN till. UoaIjWav,
Ladies of Astoria!
oar:ifteiitioii isdirectint 1 thr
Pact that at
fiflfS. T. S. JSWetl'S
l'VM' .)DIS l.Mrii:il'J. U a l:n,e
and C- mpVr,. UA.k nf MM. UtiuIS.
Ciiii'prisi'irji'xerj'v iriet el"
I'diic) tVe&r, JtilliDtr). Ilatx. lloniift-. lJC?s
Kmbrrthtrrips. Tle. tViIlar, KIrhm. Iji-
dlrs Uailcrnecr. (HIlJriuN I'lolin-'.
HfMpr. iiJoifi., Zfihrs.
Of the Newest Styles,
Anil IM Alt V.NTKKI) to he 11 L 1"
M.-inijiini Done at J!foiul!c i:ali'.
Dressmaking a Specialty.
None hut I iM-ft.is-. As-wlatitshinoiojetl. i
yliiena"Mua Sire-t. two dvirs wM .f Cis. .
Notice of Final Settlement.
venri: i- hkrep.y ji k.v that hip.
i.1 undevised i'dnihil-trator ! ll.c estate
of John iiU'i.u K.irn-ii ilrieased.ha1? file.1
In thefminiyCvarl of iheSiate ir reii,
forth- Cuum ... l.n- . Ms fnul aceouat
assuch adinlnlstn ter. ra-. thai Pent.iv
thelJthdav or.t.,lisi -o th leoin
of said ruurt. at A-ier::. ioeiui .d "Me
O C1UCN i il, Ol sail IIJIJ . is me mm- ui
place designated h.v .said emiM tor neanrii
objections tosshl aev,v.nr and the final set-
UL-iiiL-ni incrroi. ..
We hnu received from New
Eitoo eries !
Lawn and Nainsook,
i) ihe I,ute5t Designs and from 15 ro 25 per cent,
cheaper than ever before.
1 760 yards of Embroideries from
THE I XL THE I X L
G. H. COOPER,
The Leading Dry Goods and Clothing House
liana" niude M'KCIaL. AKANGEHENTS witn Uiemanageuient ot theN. P. K. aart
Eastern Houses. I am now ettin? inv STOCK, especially BOOILS and STATfOJtEfSY.
from the Easr Tats enables me to glre the
JLOW K.1STERS PICES.
Jn.il roceired 1'rjuStoei.of srATIOXKK : Full auil Hall bound Ixt.
1jv jiiidi'asti ftoolv-s. ji'tiraals. new Letter
'Urnais. new uetieruoDj iiwt.s. mi suci; xianu -t niiiou
Copy Hooks. XII Junds Utll mi Lvtter Files. Ksnk File? of alt desciiptioa ; Cn
Involve lioeki: .Ti-.al til.aHee?. t'.vket Lcdiwrs. Journals, and Cash Books. A
Ordeis, Dralis ar.tl Nolr.atu I'ecelpts ; also a full line ol Bill Holders and 1. O. iioxes
Hie Latet MiVKLTlES in muuII Stationeiy, ued lu everv office.
ItehKnoH in badness eonneetioa vtith one ot the lamest Eastern PAVER FACTOR
1KS, I ean m-ii aix utnl all Kinit-i ot PAl'KK cheaper than any other houso noith ot S. F.
I hate mm a lj;rse stock uf J.al Foolscap Paper, all weights ; Bill Paper, alt sles ;
Co different kuuUoi lttr aud Note Paper,
Srue very tine Writing Papr lor the Ladies, m Linen and all Colors, with EavrlotM
oO.UUO ICuxluess jKnrclopcs, Just Keeeirel.
My Awtrtment of l'.OOKS, NOVELS. andBEADINU .MATTER L? well kuou to lb
Publtt- and my Jtore Is tlie ON LY ONE where
!'eopi Cnu Find What They Waut.
Watches, Clocks, and Jewelry.
.lOLU GOLD LAL-IES and GENTLEMEN'S WATCIIES in all Stvles aud Qualities
TheCelehroteit Duier.'No-iort.aiid Kcvstone. Waltham, and Eujln Sllvir Watelidj.
fmui913.30 840 OO.
'1 he Latest htjh-i of Ge.itleinen's Solid Gold and Quart Chains rroni 18. upward.
Also a Fut! .ornueut or LADIES' JEWELRY; Diamond Finger Rings. Earrings and
Bre:slilDs. Solid JJd Guard f'b.iius. Neck Chains, Earrings and Breastpins, hi Sets or
rr;l' s I are. As-rtuient of Plalu Solid Gold Buigs. Rings with Sots, such as Ame-tltvl-.
loio'.i .iioe... !. k, Garnots. Emeralds. Rubles, and other preelou? stones.
Sol'd Uolu Moeve Button. Collar Buttons, Studs, Scarf Pins, Lockets and Chains, Eai-id.-m
Plr.s .iiid Cl8nis for all Order.
Also s CfMulelf Assortment of the Finest ROLL PLATE JEW hl.Ii .
Solid Silver and Plated Ware.
Remember The Crystal Palace.
The Leading; Book Store. - Carl Adler. Proprietor.
New Goods for Spring and Summer!
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS,
Direct from the Manufacturers, Retailed at
H-hi" in Ui-AlaimfKi iar.n4 i:as.i e-; 1 am prepare d m -il Cloltun ;tiM v.V.i t.t?
I'KJ.'n.l SAYI-sKAniON both in 1 IT and QUALITY cf (lowls.
Perfect ntiiiiK Wlitte Shirts, Medium aul line i-ate
I'nderwenr. So west Stylos In ScnriV and Tie.
nv v i-1 1.1. STOCK OF KKKXCH. F.vr.I.ISn AND AMEKICAN SI.TTIKfiS.-e
D. A. McINTOSH,
Most Popular Remedy Sold
i Cor Pimple. Blntclo--, I nrduw nrrs .i..u
liUfsps 1.osim f i re aid nab' no .ou-
sfttriHnn rt s: o. ii-iih "'
nid ever.. .. r . . t1"" ' -:'
a)-a & ro.
r.l'. l l-ii: IK
. . Snn Francisco Houses and
Tumblers Docnntrrs. r.d AH
.,. c. i0.
rvinnt. i awin c-v.t...
j-,, rt. ...,t . ..r t .yj,!,.. furr-s.
Opposite Pilkf r Bouie, Astoila,
York, per express, npwardss of 6.000 yards 'of
3c to 1 2c per yard.
15c to 40c per yard.
50c to $1.00 per yard.
Public a show to buy at
Copy Kooks. all sizes ;
AU kinds oi
Wilmerding & Co., San Francisco.'
u.eW1-0 &Co Agents, Astoria