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..JULY 15, ISM
Salt the salmon for mnter.
The fish trap question leads politioB
Blaine and Logan each hnve three
relatives in tho army.
Govebkor Cleveland speaks sev
eral different languages.
It is sometime since any one advo
cated a salmon hatchery.
Rs-g-ltsii naners are reported to
favor the election o'f Cleveland to the
Business is reported improving all
over the northwest. There is room
GekerIi Butler frequently does
two things at once, and does both
things well. He sits and thinks.
Tirc Democratic platform, publish
ed in full this morning, seems to suit
the party better than the men chosen
to stand upon it.
jAr Eye See trotted a mile at Ghi
. cago last Saturday, the first half of
which was made in 1:03. It is
thought that horse will lower the rec
ord to 2:08 this season.
China has.till to-night to knuckle
down and give in to France or have a
war with that nation. The Frenoh
admiral if instructed will at once
bombard Shanghai and capture Foo
The independent Republicans an
nounce llioir intention to support
Cleveland. John Kelly says he has
nothing to say at present Ben But
ler is silent, but his hand is in his hip
The Seattle Fast'- IntelWiencer
thinks that Astoria's tax rate muBt be
low judging from the tax roll pub
lished in The Astobian. The law re
garding exemption from indebtedness
has something to do with it
Few things more strikingly illus
trate the difference on this northwest
coast between now and one year ago
than the diminished business now be
ing done at the several land offices. The
Olympia office seems the only one that
is transacting much business.
That was a big time the Makah In
dians had at Neah bay about the
Fourth. One of the big tyees named
Tas Claplanhoo gave a feast and the
pot-latch was well attended. It is es
timated that 3,000 Indians gathered
from all -parts of Western "Washing
ton to have a hand in the fun. Some
got both hands "in.
If the Mahdi has captured Khar
toum, and Gordon is a prisoner sim
ply held for ransom, England had
better .send another camel load of
gold info the Soudan and keep her
soldiers honie. It is a funny end to
a Quixo6c enterprise. The Mahdi, if
his past successes did not compel him
to go on, could settle down as a next
door neighbor to England in Egypt
and hobnob in comfort with King
John of Abyssinia on the one side
and King Stanley on the other. The
Mahdi is the Ben Butler of Africa.
Candidate Cleveland is getting
plenty of advice. The Astobian
chips in with tho suggestion that his
excellency get married. If he can't
find a suitable partner in Albany, let
him come out this way. There are
plenty good looking sensible girls in
Oregon that wouldn't refuse the offer
of the hand and heart of a presiden
tial nominee. There is plenty of
time. Tho election does not come off
till November, and unless Mr. C. is a
very slow wooer, ho should be able to
get his proposed bride to name the
day by September, or October at far
thest. Besides it would improve his
chances for election. People don't
take kindly to the idea of a bachelor
Jn the White House.
The commissioners of the general
land office has decided not to issue
patents for lands to any railroad
whoso land grant is supposed to be
forfeited by any of the bills now pend
ing in congress. Eleven bills declar
ing forfeited lands granted to rail
roads passed the house at the last
session, and now nwait notion in the
senate, and seven more aro still on
tho house calendar for consideration
at its next session. The only case in
which patents will bo issued for lands
involved in theso proposed forfeitures
is where settlers prove priority right
over the claim of the railroad com
panies. One. of the most useful wedding
gifts ever reoeived by a fair bride was
that recently presented to a Pennsyl
vania girL It was a setter pup. Of
course the animal could not be placed
on exhibition withjtbe silver-plated
castors, pickle dishes, vases, clocks
and articles of brio-a-brao, owing to
the pup's proolivities for making
mince meat of fragile articles, but
the card of the donor appeared with
&deBcription.of his present attached.
His sagacity and foresight were much
admired. In the distant future,when
that small and peaceful pup shall
have-developed into a large and surly
dog, his services may be required in
that household to keep objectionable
suitors at a respectful distance from
the ishsrming daughter which may
theST grace the festive hearth.
Trouble is reported from Fresno,
California. At a recent ratification
meoting the joy was unconflned and
resulted in the firing of three shots
fired by the successful chairman at
his defeated competitor. The faot
that the election is still nearly four
months oflf makes this sanguinary at-
fair all the more strange. By Novem
ber things will "bile" in Fresno.
Musical and Literary Entertain
ment. For the Benefit of tie Prsbyteria
Church, of Astoria, at
On Thursday JEvn'g, Jnly 17
BY A CORPS OF OP YOUNG LADIES.
Admissies, ... SOels.
No extra charge for Reserved Seats, to be
had at Newbury & Stevens' Book Stre,
BOX SHEET OPEN THIS MOBN1NO.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE STATE
of Oregon for Clatsop County.
In the matter of the wslenment of Jordan
Notice Is hereby given that tho understen
ed has been sddo
ated assignee of the estate
of Jordan and Bozorth. Insolvent debtors of
tho Oitv of Astoria Hlotcnn nnnnir ct
All claims acainst said estate iaiut be
presented to me under oath within three
months after this notice, at my office In the
City of Astoria, Clatsop County. Oregon.
Assignee of the estate of
Jordan and Bozorth, Insolvent debtors.
July H, 1884. d-td
Notice of Foreclosure.
CIRCUIT COURT, CLATSOP COUNTY,
J. C. Trulllncer Plaintiff, tw. James Turk.
Defendant : Notice of suit to foreclose Me
Nonce Is hereby given that the plaintiff,
J. C.Trullinzer hu brought suit suMlnct thn
defendant, James Turk, in the Circuit Court,
wr ciaisop uouniy, uregon. 10 loreciose a
mechanic' Hen hi favor of said plaintiff
and against said defendant, outhe (mlldlng
situate and being on the AV M of Lot No.
four, in block No. 131. In Shhely's Astoria.
Clatsop County, Oregon, and a'so aga'nst
the leasehold interest the defendant has in
and to said real premises ; for the recovery
of and from the defendant the sum of Five
Hundred Thirty-three 17-100 Dollars, the
costs ana aisDursemeais 01 suit, ana such
other and further relief as to equity may
seem just : all persons interested in the en
forcement of sold If Ml or rlalmlnw our ViotiA-
flt thereof, are hereby required to present
wcu vHuius wiuiiu ten aaja tuier me unai
publication of this notice, and In case of
failure so to do within said time, or so much
flirt hpr tinifn mav h allnurri tiv i Pnn
or Judge ; the party bo falling shall forfeit
.uu iidu uuuci me utt ui mtj .ueglSJBUYO
Assembly of the State of Oregon, termed
"An act to provide for the Lien of Mechan
ic, j-Ktuuicra, MSkcriu mea ana omers, ana
prescribing the manner of their Enforce
raent," approved Oct. 23, 1S7L
. . , , Plaintiff.
Astoria, Or.. July H, 18M. d-lw
Sale of Cemetery Lots.
XOTICE Is hflrphv 7ftrn that JiJrlo
will be received at the office of the un
dersigned, Auditor and Clerk of the
City of Astoria until Thursday, July 31,
1834, for Lois, Blocks, Sections and Par
cels vl muu in me uny i;eiaeiery on
Bids must state the price per lot or
acre and the amount required. The
highest bidder will have the choice of
All sales made will be in accordance
with the map of said Cemetery, in the
office of the Auditor and Clerk.
The right to reject any and all bids Is
By order of the Common Council.
Attest: Tt 3. Jkwett,
Auditor and Clerk.
Notice of Arch Street Improvement.
NOTICE is hereby given that the
Common Council of the Cltv of Astoria
propose to order the impiovement of
uiiii portion oi .area direct lying be
tween the west side of West Sixth
Street and tho west end of Arch Street,
by cutting and filling the samo to its
full width, to the following grade, to
wit: at its intersection with West Sixth
Street 1M feet; at its Intersection with
West Seventh Street 112 feet; at its In
tersection with West Eighth Street 128
feet; at its intersection with West Ninth
Street 120 feet above the base of grades:
and by planking the same to a width or
sixteen feet in the center thereof, and
by building a sidewalk on the south
side of said street.
And unless a remonstrance signed
by the owners of two thirds of the
property fronting on the said
portion of said street be filed
with tho Auditor and Clerk within ten
days of the final publication of this no
tice viz: Tuesday August 3, 1884, the
Common Council will order said im
provement to oe made.
By order of the Common Council.
Attest: T. S. Jfwett,
Auditor and Clerk.
Cigars, Tobacco and Notions,
Cor. Squenioqua and Olney streets, Astoria.
ASTORIA LIQUOR STORE,
AUG. DANIELSON, - - Proprietor.
Rebuilt and Sefltted Tferenxhoat
The Best of
WINKS, JLllirOK,AXD CIGAKfl.
For a Good Cigar, eall for one of
Comer West eta and Water Streets. Astoria.
PROrOSALS WlLLBE KECKIYKD AT
tho office of the undersigned, until to
o clock A. M. or the 15th day of Jnly. ISM .
for 00 cords of hemlock wood. 60 cords of flr
wood and CO cords of slab wood, to be deliv
ered at tho new school bulldms in Seuool
DlsLNo.l of this eity the bids to eieclfy
the price per cord of each klud of wood.
The right to reject any and all bids is re
served. By order of the Directors.
J. O. BOZORTH,
Clerk of School Dlst. No.l,
dw Clatsop Co., Oregon
JOHN P. CLASSEN,
French and American Candies
Every moralng, from the
TW-QTICE .IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT A
j;i moouug oi IUB leKUl YOiei3 OI OCUOOi
District No. 1, Clatsop County, Oregon, will
be held at its school bouse on Block No. 74
of Olney's Astoria, Oregon, on the 15th day
the object of said meeting belug to levy a
ix ff e.raaUtenanco of the pubUcschools
hisued by the district and to pay for the nec
bly fmProvements to the school house
GkhL Milk Cow ftr Sale.
pfQUIRE OFDK. JAY TUTTLE.
eAMIk,A.lflM11 nVT. , .. ,
F0recl0SUre of ChatteI Mortgage,
Wedacsday. July 10, 10 a. w.,
BY VIRTUE OF A CHATTEL MORT
jraze and amnluta nm nr qi um
by Mr. Frank Fabre. m favor of Charles
HellDOm and C H P,nnnpi" T in Incfmnta
tpseU at Public Auction, as above, the En-
msriumiuie. ueamnsr. carpels, ana Din-
In the well-known Fabre Hotel, totbe hlzh-
fiSt DlddPTS -Klthntit "roaarva fn vr,K ..
detailed list of articles see-poster.
MBS. A. atAXcoxaf 'S.
I WILL SELL FOE THE JTEXT THIR
TY DAYM all Trimmod Hats and
Summer Stock and make room for a Large
invoice oi aia. uuuus. sow i the
Cbo aadBee aad Be Convinced.
NOTICE LS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE
co-partnership known under the Una
nanse of Wheeler & Hobb. in the transaction
of real estate and insurance business, is this
day mutnally dlssohed, W. L. Robb retiring
from the arm.
The business will be hereluaftcr conduct
ed oy ueo. r. vt neeier, no assumes all 11a
blUties, and to whom all outstanding ac
counts vlll be paid. -
GEO. P. WIIEF.I.ER.
W. L. KOB15.
Astoria, Or., July 5, 1834.
OWNEKS OF BUILDINGS MOST HAKE
direct application to the uuderslgned for
permits to tap the Corupan' mains. No
nnn 1 niithnrlrivrt Infin nltltrmr ,iim.
ripr frfmi Trip, nnil thoM 1c nn avtMisi4-Ajl
plumber for the Company, as all taps must
u mam; m uciorujnct 1111 me company's
J. W. WELCH.
To be Let.
CHOICE ROOMS IN Wsi. HUME'S
v diock, wunaiiconenlences..
GEO. P. WHEELER.
Notice of Assignment.
CIRCUIT COURT, CLATSOP COUNTY
la the matter of tho Estate of McCurtle
and Holt, Insolvent debtors : Assignee's
notice of appointment. To uhom It may
cuuecra: xnc unaersignea nereio gives
notice oi ais appoinimenc as assignee
of the estate of McCurtle and Holt. in.
solvent debtors of Astoria, Clatsop County,
All claims against said estate must be
presented to me at my place of business In
said city, duly vorlQed aaby law required,
within three months from the date of this
J. E. THOMAS,
Assignee of the Estate of
McCurtle & Holt, Insolvent debtors,
July 7, 18M, dC-v
H.o ductlon !
FOR THE NEXT SIXTY DAYS,
MRS. A. B. JEWETT will sell her stock of
XILLUiERI aad FAXCY GOODS
at a Reduction of
Twenty per Cent.
On Former Prices This Ls a rare chance
for the Ladles to secure bargains.
Atorla. June 2lst, ISM.
Notice of Sale.
IT1HIS IS TO OTVK KfYTrPR TUATM
Ahave this day transferred all my r!ght
as the City Book Store, to H. D. Newbury
and Irving Stevens, who will conduct the
business of the Arm In the future.
All accounts due, are to be paid to New
bury and Stevens.
P.. F. STEVESS.
Astoria, July 1st, 18S1.
T. G. RAWLINGS,
Wholesale and Retail Dealer In
Tropical, Domestic, Green and Dried
.NUTS. CANDIES, DRIED MEATS, ETC.
Fiue Cigars and Tobacco.
Next door to L J. Arvold's, Squemoqua St.
GAPE ANN. OILED CLOTHIHC,
OVERALLS, COATS. HATS.
SHIRTS, GUM BOOTS, Etc.
And a complete outfit, of Best Quality, and
at the LOWEST PRICE of any Estab
. lUhment In the city.
P. A STOKES & CO.
Have opened a Now Stock of Al goods In the
store next door to Foard & Stokes, and
To all Customers.
FOR SMALL CHILDREN WILL BE
, opened in the Locture room of the Pres
byterlan church ou Monday, Jnno Soth. at 9
o'clock. MISS LUCY J. POWELL.
J08. P. LEATHERS
Formeriroror Aradt A Ferchaa'a Mkchine Shop
IS BUILDING FIRST-CLASS BOATS IN
the shop formerly occupied by M. John
onxm Coocoiuly street, one block west of
Hansen Bros' SIU1. Model, Material aad
Sol Mi Jewelry,
Scarf Kb, Mbs, latches,
Of every description.
The finest stock of Jewelry In Astoria,
lyAll goods warrantedasrepresentcd
GUSTAV HANSEN, JEWELER.
H. D. XKWBUBY.
CITY BOOK STORE.
.HaveJost received a mammoth stock of
books, xne young ana oia, ncn ana poor
can all be accommodated.
AGENTS FOR THE
Kr&alch Back aad MaaCafeldt A
natal Plaaea aad lveatera
Ordri for nil IHnrU nf Mtwle nr Tntrn
meats Trill bo promptly filled.
THE HOWE PL
A NEW DEAL ALL 'EOUND.
Something of Importance to Everyone
that Lives in the City of Astoria.
The WELL-KNOWN BUILDEIJ. has lmught fuuu W. W.
PARKER, the large Sash and Door Factory known as
"Hansen Bros.' Mill,"
And makes public the announcement of the t'.ict.
His well-known reputation as a Successful Builder and Contractor,
and the Quality of the Stock he furnishes, is his guarantee that any
one ordering material at his place
llri.i N Ar 1, promptly on tune, and
AT LOWEST FIGURES.
A Full Stock of Sash and Door Work, Mouldings, etc.
on Hand or Made to Order.
Bids and Estimates Furnished, and Orders Solicited.
call, examine stock and give a trial order.
THE HOWE PLANING MILL
Carpets! Carpets! Carpets!
We beg to call tho attention of the public to our latest imputation, direct from
Eastern manufacturers, of the
LARGEST S2STVQXC2&; G3?
Ever offered for sale Iu this city, comprNin nil grades, from tin
FINEST BODY BRUSSELS
In the Newest Tints and Shades.
To the low tat priced artldo iu this Hue. "We
Furniture and House Furnishing Line
We can show you the very BEST (SOODS at liOTTOM FIGUltES ind sli-dl i.i i.i.q..1
to receive a call for inspection whether you purchase or not. pleased
If W FRIOESli
PICTURE FRAMES MOULDINGS, ETC., ETC.
At Greatly Reduced Prices,
And cordially invite a call from our friends and the public generally.
... W intend to become a permanent fixture in this place and trust to receive a
liberal share of patronage from the public. v
ASTORIA FURNITURE CO.,
Cor. Chenamus and Hamilton Sts. n. Du BUISSON, Manager.
Jit A B B &i R? jf. K4 vi a u
will be able to LxET JUST WHAT
and CONTRACTORS invited to
are determined to dhnose or our stock or
e take pleasure In announcinsr. that hav
ing purchased the stock of the Jate
firm of E. D. Curtis & Co., and
and having made many
New and Attractive Additions1
Wo now offer for sale the
MOST COHrPLETE LINE
For The Finest Groceries.
For The Freshest Vegetables,
For The Most Complete Assortment,
For Absolute Satisfaction,
In rdlinsand l)cLoriu AH Ordip.,
Family Grocery and Provision Store,
Corner Benton and Chenamus Streets.
Opposite Custom House
gytgaHMagawyjiJ m iqr cmi oy
TEi: apjlj- to the Captain, or to
Exclusive Drv Goo
Our Stock Is Tie 1st Complete, Our Prices At Rock Bottom
And Our Anxiety To Sell K Tnequaled!
We Are Always at the Top of the Market
And "With t's Yon Will Find
TEE LATEST NOVELTIES LT OUR LINE
As Fast As The- Appear In Eastern Markets.
WE INVITE INSPECTION OF OUR LATEST IMPORTATION
Ladies' and Infants' White Goods, Skirts, Parasols, Silk Mitts. Gloves in
Lisle, Silk and Cotton, Fans, etc., etc.
Tin, Sheet Iron and Copper Ware.
A General Assortment of
Magee Stores and Raiuri's
The Rest in tho market.
I'inmbing goods of all kluds oa Siaat!. Job
work done In a workmanlike i.tfainer
PLUMBING, GAS FITTING. AND CANNERY WORK
Attended to Promptly on Reasonable Terms.
Clicnnmus Street. Xext to i' It. Parker's Storo.
THE NEW MODEL
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- - - wiii-z iiriitBi- (jrtt iintt
A FULL STOC2
r. or.snx. .t. oi'STArox. a. jokn-sov.
MARTIN OLSEN & CO.
Corner niuin nm! queniorinn Streets. Astorln. Orccon.
WINDOW SHADES AND TRMNGi; WALL PAPER, ETC.
A Cosuplele Stoelr.
PRICES AS CHEAP AS QUALITY WILL AFFORD.
ATX KHTOS OF FinRSITVICB Ri:PAIKF,l A3TD TARNISHED.
i iji.jn j.-i.m:.
FOARD & STOKES.
A FULL LINE OF
NEW SLIP !
Just Finished in Rear of Store.
Toys, Fancy Ms, Stationery, j
Fresh Fruit Received Daily.
A Full Stock of Smokers Ar icles.
N'EW GOODS CONSTANTLY ARRIVING.
CHAS. A. MAY,
Chenamus street, south side, one door
flffi3- fUR.4 PARKER
Lben P. Purker.Master.
rrTOVIX;, FltKIfiHT orCHAK
II. 15. PIJJKKH.
n Ei?raS'?i ..(! iHH
-.-ijV'. jfggaSj 1-.Vril
f! KVOK CAN DC HAD IN AS
nilsf! TORTA ONLY OF
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CAM. AND EXAJUNE IT. Yi
WILL BE PLEASED.
K. K. HAWKS Ls also agent for tin-
Bnci patent Cootiiff Stove
--SijJS And ot her first-class Stores.
Fnrnaco "Work. Steam Fit
tings, otc, a specialty
ALWAYS ON HAND.
THE LATEST STYLES
B. B. FRANKLIN'S,
NEXT DOOR TO ASTORIAN OFFICE.
A very large Stock from which to select.
"Window curtains made to order.
B?-My patent Trimmer to cut Wall Paper
will be found convenient to my patrons.
Hardware ai Ship Chandlery
A. VAN DUSEN & CO.,
Hardware and Ship Chandlery
Pure Oil, Bright Varnish,
Binucle Oil, Cotton Canvas,
Hemp Sail Twine,
Cotton Sail Twine.
Wrought Iron Spikes,
Galvanized Cut Nails,
Paints and Oils, Groceries, etc,