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JMAY i.7. 1890
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-ud itnMnlstit uv j (p. in.). 0 ft. OOm. a de
notes midnight, oh. Oom. p denotes noon.
TbcbWRht is reckoned from the level of
arcrMrc lower low waters to whicli the sound
loc -re Riven on the Coast Survey charts.
Cortttr Surveyor of Clatsop County.
OSftce ; Room 2o. 7. Kinney's Brick, Asto
IT. nn.TON. o. c. FULTON
FUivroa' mt others,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
oocs 5 and C. Odd Fellows Building.
ft A. CL.F.VF.l.AXI,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
ace Flavel's new brick building, comer
jVcond and Cass streets : up stairs.
r- a. ciJRTis,
JUterj-,t-I..tT: Sotary Public.
Crtiunuvsiouer of Deeds for 'Washington
Territory Office in Flavel's new brick
.utidtng. Cor. Second and Cass streets.
M)H H. SMITH.
ATTORNEY AT LA.W.
Offle on Cass street, 2 doors back of Odd
FMows Building, Astoria, Oregon.
vtunry iuirt Counsellor ut Law
-kst? on Cijenaraus Street, Astoria, Oregon (
ATTORNEY AT LaW.
Office over White House Cor., Astoria, Or.
T H. XA.VSF.LL,
KEAI. ESTATE BBOKER
TtUrd Street, net to W, U. Telegraph 01
nit. a. k. i..v FOKCb.
Kooms II ana 12 Odd Fellows Building,
ASTORIA, .... OREGON,
T F. RAFFCRTV, 71. I.
Graduate JelTerson Medical College,
Orncr -Corner Cass and Fourtli Streets.
Residence, Astor House.
T P. MULLINIX, M. D.,
rilYSlClAX AND SURGEON.
IMBce on Fourth Street, bet. Main and Cass.
Special attention Riven to private diseases.
OHce boors 9 to 11 a. si.. 2 to 5 r. m.
WAY TUTTLE. M. D.
Pivskaan, Surgeon and Accouclieur.
Office, Boom C, rytuian Building.
OCce bears i 10 to 12 and 2 to 5.
KcsMence. south side of Cedar St., next
Wock west of the Hospital.
K. MIIiliF.K. M. I.
Graduate of Cleveland Homoeopathic Hos
tvkal Collece, and Post-Graduate of New
Yrk City Polyclinic School of Medicine
Ftet aad'Main streets, Portland.
fttoogea ef WemcB a Specialty.
BM. A. I. AX J. A. FULTON.
Cass street, between 3rd and 4th.
Special attention to Diseases of Women
M4 Children, by Dr. A, 1. Fulton.
Special attention to Surgery, by Dr. J. A.
0ce hours from 10 to 12 A. i and 1 to 4
1'IIYSICLAN AND SURGEON.
swecial attention to Diseases of Women
rncK: Opposite Telegraph Ofllce, tip
SXxlrs, Astoria, Oregon.
T)-- V. A. RF.F.8,
IteowsT and S, Flavel's new Brick Build-
Reta 1 and 2 Pythian Building over
C H. Cooper's Store
r. t. BCKxr.r. i t. t.akix,
t. av. mtArKit.
Brncy, Barin & Draper,
Oregon City, Oregon.
Twelve years experience as Keglster of
teCS.Land Office here, recommends us
. specialty of Mluincand all other bus
1ms keiere the Land Office or the Courts.
a4 tovelviag the practice in the General
air dicine which ktroj
y dicine which rteptrorn trio
CaUrrk, Rheomatiim, Female
ueaMuapaoa (ir not too lar
, jaaianai ana all tiiooa
to Acant, Astoria
Republican State Ticket
D. P. THOMPSON.
For Secretary of State,
For State Treasurer,
For Supreme Judge.
R. S. BEAN.
For State Sup't of Public Instruction,
e. b. Mcelroy.
For State Printer,
F. C. BAKER.
Prosecuting Attorney Fifth DIst.
T. A. McBRIDE.
EEPUBLIOAN COUNTY TICKET.
C. W. FULTON.
JAMES W. WELCH. JOHN FOX.
C. A. McGUIRE.
C. W. LOUGHERY.
Clerk of County,
E. W. WRIGHT.
Recorder of Conveyances,
F. I. DUNBAR.
CHAS. J. LINDELL.
C. W. SHIVELY.
II. B. THIELSEN.
F. II. SURPEENANT.
Justice of the Peace Astoria Precinct,
CUAS. U. STDCKT0N.
Democratic State Ticket
ROBERT A. MILLER,
of Jackson County.
of Multnomah County.
For Secretary of State,
WILLIAM M. TOWNSEND,
of Lake County.
For State Treasurer,
G. W. WEBB,
of Umatilla County.
For Supreme Judge,
of Marion County.
For Sup't. of Public Instruction.
of Linn County.
For State Printer,
CAPT. JOHN O'BRIEN,
of Lane County.
Prosecuting Attornev Fifth Dist.
J. B. BROCKENBROUGH.
DEM00RATT0 OOTJflTY TICKET.
JNO, II. SMITH, R, J. MORRISON.
C. H. PAGE.
C. R. SORENS0N.
II. A. SMIDT.
C. J. TRENCHARD.
Recorder of Conveyance.
J. E. niGGINS.
IS AC BERGMAN.
V. H. COFFEY.
L. A. GRANGER.
B. B. FBANKLIN.
Justice of the Peace Astoria Precinct,
A. A. CLEVELAND.
CANDY, NUTS, ETC.,
Everything in Season.
Barber Skep in tkc Bear X
Next to Central Hotel. Astoria, Oregon.
First Class Undertaking
New Styles, Caskets and funeral material
Xext to A8TORIAN office.
PATRONIZE HOME INDUSTRY!
Tlipr' Is nu occasion for the most f&etidl
ous of our citizens to send to Portland or
San Francisco for
Custom Made Clothes
As they can set Better Fits. Better Work
manship, ana for less Money.
By Leaving their Orders with MEANT.
New Coeds bv Every Steamer,
Call and see him and satisfy youiseW.
P. J. Meny. MerctaatTaOer.
: For County Treasurer,
I ISAAC BERGMAN!
J. E. HIGGINS. !
TH0S. DEALY. 1
II. A. SMIDT.
: For State Senator, j
C. W. FULTON. I
For County Clerk,
E. W. WRLGHT
: For County Clerk,
C. J. TRENCHARD.
For County Recorder, j
! F. I. DUNBAR, j
For County Treasurer, i
MARTIN FOARD. I
Caruahan & Co.
I. W. CASE,
IMPORTERS AND WHOLESALE AXIJ
RETAIL DEALERS IN
Conirr Chenamus ami Cass streets.
AND COMMISSION HOUSH.
Successor to K. U .Holden.
The oldest estahlished Commission House
in Oregon. Goods of all kinds sold on com
mission. Auction Sales Every Saturday.
General Repairing, Johhing and Uphol
Fine stock of Furniture on hand.
When you want Bargains in Household
Goods go to
AB10RIA. - OREGON.
The Pioneer Machine Shop
s h o v"WmmMp
Boiler Shop ISSPP1
All kinds of
Promptly attended to.
Aspeclalty made of repairing
CANNERY DIJ fe.
FOOT OF LAFAYETTE STilr-r.:
Teachers' Public Examination.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
the Teachers Quarterly Puhllc Examin
ation for Clatsop County, Oregon, will
be held at the Court House, in the
City of Astoria, County of Clatso:,
State of Oregon.on the last Wednesday
in May, being the 2Sth of said mouth, a.
D. 1890, at the hour of 12 o'clock M. All
teachers wishing to be admitted to the ex
amination class must be on hand at the
hour above named. Strangers to the county
superintendent must bring two wrttoii
recommendations as to moral character.
Dated city Astoria, count v Csat-op. T. ,
May 17tb. 1890. C. W. SHIVELY.
County Sup't Public Instruction.
Notice of Sale Under Warehouse
NOTICE IS HERESY GIVEN' THAT
the personal property hereinafter de
scribed, having been stored with me. the
undersigned, on the 1st day of March. l$S.
in my warehouse In the city of Astoria Clat
sop counr, state of Oregon, and the nnif
having been by me safely kept and stored
from said 1st day of March. 1SSS. to this .late
and no part of the just and reasonable
charges for keeping and storing such prop
erty, amounting to $72235 lias been paid ; 1
will at my warehouse room hi the citj of
Astoria, county of Clatsop, state of Oregon,
same being situated at the north end of
Genevieve street. In .said city of Astoria, on
Thursday. June 12th, 1890, at the hour of 2
o'clock p. x. of said day.proceea and .veil at
public auction to the highest bidder for cash
in hand, all or sufficient of the following per
sonal property to pay and satisfy such sum
of $722.25, amount due for such storage, :is
aforesaid, and the costs of sale, to-wit : 2.
sjB salmon case., each case contains 48
cMspty salmon cans. GEORGE FLAVEL.
Dated at Astoria, Oregon, this 19th day of
These 'j.iM'j r.:v ni.-iu trr.e taper s ml frc:J .,u actual rxalt, ami vrill hang true
".d :7 v V u huu'j in ia lines, and from the
aold Medal 1-a Patesit Twin.
RIGHT AND LEFT HAND LAID PATENT ROPE,
II IhrcHiI and larcer, soft and free from kinking.
SALMON TRAP NETS knit from the Gold Medal
1-2 Patent Twine, superior to the medium laid,
stronger, more durable and Holds Tar Longer.
Letters or Telegraph shall have our Prompt and Careful Attention
American Net & Twine Co
IMaMMttd lSltl. Boston, 3Ir.s. Capital, S350,000.
N. 15. "Vc have lho largest Netting and Twino plant. New aud costly machinery
hns lately been added for knitting heavy Traps for tho Columbia river, and Seines
for lho Alaska Salmon Fisheries, and tho most skillful help employed.
Highest awards at Boston. 1F63. Philadelphia 1S7G. London Fisheries Exposition. 1SS3.
rOHI'J KOP?4 - - - Proprintsr.
Patronize ;;omr. Industry!
Vt SlipplN .!"
QOGB A QUALITY QF BEER
As Any In the Market,
Tie Moriii Ms Brmry Beer
Is Pine and Unadulterated.
It jive general S.it1-fa.:ou ami Is Funi
Lshed hi OjiuntU'e-tii t-it.
Leave orders With a, V. I'tzmgvr
next to I!errn:i!i 'z C'. . r Fnvi Cooke,
next :. Foard ii ;.ik."
Daily Delhviy in Any P.utor :!.. (' .y.
V. iiokMK' and Retail
Importers of All Brands of Foreign :iiid Do
mestic Wines. Liquors ami Cigars.
J. II. Cutter Wlibkics a specialty. Val
BlaU 15:tl-il 15vr. Finest brautH of Key
West and Domestic Cigars.
IJquors for Medicinal l;.rjKsc-.
Family Trade Solicited. All orders from
the City and Country promptly hlh-d.
Sauemoqua Strc-r, - - - Astoria. Oregon.
Wines, Liquors find Cigars.
Ajrcnt for DipGriON -kteaiitship Line and
if THIXGA ALUV Steamship Liiif, direct.
Als I'e-it f.r ".s;citsk-t 'Itilnm.-n" ami
SveiisUa Aint-riK. iiaren.
(Viruer o! Water aiid Wl Ninth Wrti'ts
Resort Billiard Parlor,
t;i:OoBAl Lit & B At" I, J'rop's.
l. Fr.i'KKirs ci:lt:i:k vtep
Qambsriiius Bees' I
(.:it;:!rint. ltntl!til ilcci'.
J. Jc. Cm tier IVJsishy. SJouzr.vflf
:;nti I'j V.V-st Csarw.
".:ist;!i!l!y on hand.
ThlrS Stn'ft. four l.Mrs v.vst of Telesraph
iHl'Cf, finneriv'leleilione Ito4ai:raiit.
GERAN! BEER HALL
Pie t' h itnvtetl
TSrAR3 LASER BEER,
On Ice, a:d Brawn from the Wood.
Five Cents a Class.
W3S 2It;CIi. Proprietor.
Hill's Palace Varieties.
Open Every FJight.
GF.O. HILL, - - Sole Fiopriclor.
NKW i'KOl'LK WEnKLY.
Aim to Flease KverybiHly. Tlie only Fife
Show in Aittoria. WfiwUqiiors and Ci
"ars. Sets fold. IJecr.
I he Hem Saioon.
The Popular Resort for Astorians
Finest Gf Wines and Liquors
Go to Till TM - ALGOX.
ALKX C.ViIT.LLl I'ltOPKIETOB
I0SB & 00.,
Wines, Lipors aid Ciprs.
A Iirye Stock of First Cl.ia Good.
Supplied at Lowest fnarkcl Rates.
All orders filled jinuni.tlv and Accurately.
Agents lor First riass l-oreiim and Domestic
Brands. Main Mrcet (pp. Parker Houe.
Thos. Craves, Propr.
A new and first .class saloon, f.ishionablv
fitted All the modem conveniences.
My A im is to Plcue My Patrons.
second KTi:Fr. - asyoi;ia,o::.
Opposite Flai el's Brick liinldin.
Standard - Saloon.
t.lJAKTH'jS OLD STAND.
The Celebrated North Pacific
Brewery Beer en Draught.
Aha the Finest Kinds of IVines, Li
quors and Ciyirs.
- And last, but not IM
The Grand Orchestra, an n Free Lur.ch.
H. GRUBE, Propr.
AiJTOKlA. - . - - OKMJtJN.
The Globe SaSoosi
Under 3e;v laiin UK-nt.
Christian Vjen, Proprietor.
(Formerly Barteilder at t!ie "Brsorl,"'
Bestof Wines. Liquar3 and Cigars.
Corner M..m ,ml First Mrvc!--.
Ccunly Treasurers Noiico.
TIIF.Hi: IS JIOXIIY IX TIIK COUNTY
treasury to iav all orders iiresentcd
prior to January 25, h, 18?3, with interest to
May 20. 1S90. .1. C. DKMEXT.
f Mi Mu Female Pills !
For Female Irreg
ularities ; nothing
Ilk; them on the
market. Never fail.
jby prominent ladies
teed to relieve sup
tion. Sure! Sate! Certain!
Don't he humbug-
v health and money;
taKu no otuer.
Sent to any ad
dress, hecure by
mail 011 receipt of
price, 52. Address,
THE APHR0 MEDICINE CZMPANY,
V.V.-tern Branch. Box 27. rOl.TLAND. OB.
ir""p1antationisina malarial dls
trict"ivliero fever anil ague prevails.
1 employ ISO hands; frequently half
of them -were sick. I vras nearly ills
couzasccl when I began the use of
Tlio result was marvellons. Hfy men
became strong and hearty, and I have
liacl no fitrtliur trouble. "With theso
pillB, I tvoulrt not fear to livo in any
Mvawi." E. ItlVAL, Bayou Sara, la.
Office, 44 Hurray St., New York.
31 :tiu Mrcct, - A.storia, Oregon.
cmciSTfLVScv a co., rKori.iirroRs,
f PESPECTFULLY CALL THE ATTEX
JcC tion of the public to the fact that the
iiuove jtiaruei win always uesuppncu witn a
FULL VAKIKTY AND BI-T QfJALiT
FRESH AND CUHED ISSATS I 1
Which vrill be sold at lowest rates, '.vhol-
saie ami retail.
tSySpeela! attention "Ivn tu. supplyhiK
VfKSRR? & cuPAsnr,
FRUITS. BUTTER, and EGGS.
OPPOSlTfc turillSNT noiKi,
CliKWASSJ'ri Mfiroi. .TKtr.rht, Os.
O'llara A: I nivalis. Propr's.
Opposite Foard & Stoke.s.
A First-Class Meat Shop.
Fresh and Salt Meats.
All Purchases Delivered in any part of the
Hagee, Argand and Acorn
Stoves i Ranges,
EVERYONE FDLTA' W.Ull.ANTED
1VATEB CLOSETS, PLU3IIUS0 GOODS,
PU3IPS, SINKS, AXD BATH TPBS,
3NToo cfc? So-ULlly.
ov is THK time:
ROSS & "WIRT
Are ready to raise and move houses.
Wis arc the boss at buildinz streets, side
walks and bulkheads. Shingling houses a
specialty. Jack screws, hluckliur. rollers and
cribs for rent. Shop on Fourth St., bet. Cass
EVENS0N & COOK.
On the European Plan.
LARGE CLEAN ROOMS,
A FIUST-CLASS RESTAURANT
Board by the Day, Week or Month
Private Rooms for Families, Etc.
Transient Custom Solicited.
Oysters, Fish. Meats, Etc.. Cocked to
IVAT1.K Kt., Opl. Pusrd .&. Stoke
A FIRST CLASS SALOON
Itun in connection with the Premises. The
WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS.
Good Billiard Tables and Private Card
ASTORIA TRANSFER CO.
Conveyances of any kind, on short notice
Transferring Baggage, etc., a specialty.
Telephone No, 12.
H. W. SHERMAN & CO.
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ill 11 & Hub
The following details regarding tho
loss of the bark Corea, -were furnished
the Commercial News by Geo. H. '
Foster, tho broker, who placed all tho
insurance on the vessel aud cargo.
The Corea was built in Boston in '
1SG8, and last March was on tho dry
dock here, where she was surveyed,
opencdand thoroughly examined. Tho
inspection was highly satis factory. Tho
vessel was owned by the Arctic Fish
ing Co., and loaded supplies for that
company's cannery at KessilofT river,
Alaska. She sailed on her ninth
voyago for those waters under com
mand of Captain Wheeler, whose third
voyage it was as commander and who '
had previously made several voyages to
the same place in her as first mate.
Un Apnl 23d, at 3 a. jr.. the Corea ,
struck on a shoal, off Kalgin island, -
uunng tuicK weather. Some coal and ,
lumber were jettisoned, anchor not I
out and all sails except royal set, and
the vessel was worked oil the shoal. I
It was immediately discovered that
she was leaking badly, and with con-1
stant work at the pumps the water
gained. The bark finally reached
Cook's inlet, twenty-five miles from !
the shoal where she first struck and
fifteen miles south of Kessiloff river,
rrlti 41si An.MA... - fAA.1 TTT1. '
nuLio uju uiuiuuij is jucaieu. vmen (
beached the water was up to the lower
deck. The Corea went ashore head
on, with all sails set, but soon swung
broadside to the sea, exposed to a
heavy southwest swell. After getting
off tho shoal, the captain got ont a !
quantity of provisions, which on
beaching the vessel, were successfully
landed, as were all hands, consisting
of officers, crew, twenty white and
seventy-seven Chinese passengers. Tfte
vessel was then stripped of sails, rig
ging, etc., and a survey called.
The survey was held May 4th, the
board consisting of the captains of the
barkentine Tarn O'Shanter, tug
Thistle and Mr. Williams, Snperin
dent of G. "W". Hume's cannery at
Cook's Inlet. The vessel was con
demned and sold next day at auction !
as she lay on the beach, cargo and
hull bringing S3T5. Mr. Howard, '
owner of a coal mine some forty miles
south of the wreck being the pnrchaser.
The position of the vessel on a beach
where a heavy surf breaks, and snr
rounded bj- rocks, makes it impossible
to get anything but a dorv near her.
consequently vessel and cargo are a '
total loss, with it is estimated, about j
83,000 salvage, exclusive of the stores
saved to feed the shipwrecked people,
The exact insurance Is as follews:
Advances to Chinese..
-S. F. Daily Commercial News, 22.
A Fisher Cat.
Do animals reason? Tho Breeze on
Tuesday told a story of a cat at Bris
tol, Ct., which had developed a taste
for bullhead fishing, even to the ex
tent of overcoming the natural cat
repugnance to water and in con
sequence, sho quite often received a
An almost parallel case, exists in
this city, a cat belonging to Wm. B.
Follansbee having learned to prose
cute tho minnow fishery in an intelli
gent and successful manner. Mr.
Follansbee relates that the cat will
wade into the waters of Little river,
until it is up around her lejrs. and
close watch, will suddenly
fish, and pressing it
bottom. will crradn-
ally drag it ashoro or into a place
niiuujkwiu uu liuiun 111 nur iiiuuiii.
The animal was taught to do this, by
catching minnows and placing them in ;
a shallow dish with a little water.
Gradually the depth was increased
until a small tub was used, in which
the cat would placo one paw and feel j
around for the fish. The habit ofi
fishing for herself has thus become
fastened upon her. Cape Ann lireeze,
Samuel Soule, proprietor of Hotel
Xahaut, died at 1230 to-day at the ago
of eighty-threo years. Mr. Soule was
one of the original MOers, leaving
Lynn on the first news of the discov
ery of gold. On his return ho en
gaged in the grocery business and
later started as a bonifaco at Nahant,
which business he has followed for
thirty-fivo years. Boston Transcript,
The drain on the wealth of China
for the purchase of foreign opium
amounts to 830,000,000 yearly.
The postoffice appropriation bill car
Bucklcn's Araica Salve.
The Best Salve in the world for
Cuts, Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rhe
um, Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped
Hands, Chilblains, Corns, and all Skin
Eruptions, and positively enrcs Piles,
or no pay required. It is guaranteed to
give perfect satisfaction, or money re
funded. Price 23 cents per box. For
sale by .1. V. Conn.
The San Francisco Examiner has
just paid 6,500 a front foot for a piece
of property in San Francisco, on which
to build a largo building.
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria
When Baby iras sick, to gave her Castoria.
tfThen sho -vras a Child, she cried for Castoria,
iVhea sho became Miss, she clung to Castoria,
iVhen sho had Children, she gave them Cafltorii
John I Blair, the millionaire owner
of Blairsville, N. J., and also the owner
01 one half tho railroads in Iowa, a
man estimated to be worth from
10,000,000 to S100,000,000, was in
Chicago the other day, and, it is
related by tho Tribune of that city.
changed his linen in the washroom of
the Grand Pacific hotel to save the ex
pense of paying for a room.
WHl be paid to any competent chemist who will
End, on analysis, a particle of Mercury, Potash,
or other poisons in Swift's Specific (3. S. S.)
AX EATHVG SORE
Henderson, Tex, Aug. 23, 1389. "Sbr clgk-
tcen months I had an eating sore on my tongue
I was treated by tho best local physicians, bet
obtained no relief, tho sore gradually growing
worse. I concluded finally to tryS. S. S.,and
was entirely cored after using a few bottles.
Ton havo my cheerful permission to publish, the
tbove statement for the benefit of these simihrlj
TTcatlBe on Blood and Skm Diseases mailed free,
THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO.. Atlanta. Go.
The Loss of the "Corca."
RDBOUSEEOUJ SEOULD EEWUHOUT .
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A STHtOTLY Vrf.rTACS.5
Tho majority of the ills of tho liuaiaa
body arise from a. discasctl Liver. Sim
mons Liver Regulator has been the means
of restoring moro people to health ant
happines3 by giving them a healthy
liver than any other agency on earth.
SEE THAT YOU GET THE GSXUXIvB.
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rj-HE FOLLOWING Ti: JVHIONS OF
A the laws of the United States are hereby
published for the information of all con
Section 105C, ltevised Statutes!, Chapter :?,
Title 23, enacts that: "No person shall kilt
any otter, mink, marten, sable, or fur seal,
or other fur-bearing animal, within the lim
its of Alaska Territory, or in the waters
thereof ; and every person guilty thereof,
shall, for each offence, be fined not less than
two hundred nor more than one thousand
dollars, or imprisoned not more than six
months, or both ; and ail vessels, their
tackle, apparel, furniture and cargo, found
engaged in ioIatlou of this section, shall be
forfeited, but the Secretary of the Treasury
shall have power to authorize the killimr of
any such mink, marten, sable, or other fur
bearing animal , except fur seals, under such
regulations as he may prescribe, and it shall
be the duty of the Secretary to prevent the
killing of any fur seal, and to provide for
the execution of the provisions of this sec
tion until it is otherwise provided by law,
nor shall he grant any special privileges un
der this section.
Section 3 of the act entitled : "An acL to
provide for the protection of the salmon
fisheries of Alaska," approved March 1, 1SS9,
provides tiia; :
"Section 'J. That section 10'iC of the Re
vised Statutes of the United States is hereby
declared to include and apply to alt the do
minion of tiie United States in the waters
of ISehrhur Sea, and it shall bo the ltrj f
the President at a timely season in t nch
year to issue his proclamation, and e.mse
the same to he published fur one month at
least in one newspaper tif any such tin-re
be) published at each United States port ot
eutry on tiie I'acitlc coast, warning ad per
sons against entering such waters for t lie
purpose ol violating the provisions of said
section, and lie shall also cause one or more
vessels of the United States to diligently
cruise said waters and arrest all persons and
seize all vessels found to be or to have Lecn
engaged in any violation of the laws of the
United States therein."
Now, therefore. I, 15ex.iami:c IIauujson,
President of the United States, pursuant to
me aoove recucu statures, nereoy warn ail
persons against entering the waters of
Hearing Sea within the dominion of the
United States, for the purpose of violating
the provisions of . aid section KOt, lteised
Statutes ; and I hereby proclaim that all
persons found to be. or have been engaged
many violation of the laws or the United
States, in said waters, will be arrested and
punished as above provided, and that all
vessels so employed, their tackle, apparel,
furniture and cargoes will be seized and
IN TESTIMONY WIIEKEOF. I have here
unto set my hand and caused the seal of the
United States to be affixed.
Done at the City of Washington.
this fifteenth day of March, one
thousand eight hundred nndnhic
sk.u. ty, and of the Independence of the
United States the one hundred
llv the President :
JAMES C BLAINE,
Secretary of State
WAN SiJG & G0.t
And Dealers in
Gent's Furnishing Goods of All Kinds.
Suits Made to Order at Short Notice, at
lowest prices. Always keep new goods on
hand. Also cleaning and repairing.
LoKiciiau'j Golilcn Ealsum ,"o j
Cures C!ia:icrcs, first and second sta-.-Scrcsrn
tin Lcga and Body; Sore Ears
fe;''.sc. tJc-Uo,prcr-coic.n:d Blotches.
Syphilitic Catarrh, diseased Scalp, and ail
prfraary forraa of the disease known u
syphilis. Price, S5 OO per Bottle.
La Indian's Golden JJaLsam Xo.2
Cnrcs "Tertiary. MenrarialSyphiHUc Rhcu
matisni, Pains in the Bones, Pains in the
ITead, hack cf the Neck. Ulcerated Sore
proat, Syphihtrc Bash, Lump3 and con
tractcd Con!?, Stiffness of tho Limbs, and
eradicates all disease from the system
w.iethcr caud by in!:scrcticn or abuse
cf iicrcury. 1-avin- the blxnl pure and
healthy. Priro &S OO per llottle.
Lo lilclmu' GoIIen ;:anisli Antl
dote ! for t .3 euro of Gonorrhoea, Gleet,
Irritation Gavel, and all Urinary or Geni
tal aiarrnScmcnts. Price Qii 50 poi
Lo rcicJian' i CoWoa SpunisH In
Jectirn, i.rsircrc ca3T3of Gonorrhoea,
Inflanjni .to y Gleet. Stricturcs.ic. Price
31 .M per B(ttle.
L? ?icat?'s cW"i Ointment
for tho eff ct.v;hcalingof Syphilitic Sores,
and cnipt:o.-. PricoSI OO per Box.
I.e iriciiim'3 Golt2c:i Pills Nerve
anil Da .1 treatment; los3 of physical pow
cr, c-u-trM or ovcr-r.nrk. I rostration, eta
Price C3 OO per Box.
Tonic us tl A'crviije,
Sent ccrvhcre, C. O. 1 securely packed
C. P. KICnAUJs& CO. , Agents,
J27 .; -1-2D i:i)ao street. Comer Clay,
Sii rrancisco. Cal.
CIRCULAR 1TA1LCO FREE.
1 I prescribe and fcllj
ciuliirse Bi? U as the
only specific for tliee r
rr . "i
I TO & DWS-V:
Jnutttsed not toV
lam cure 01 1111s uiseisc
V.Zl. IKOKAIIAH.Jt I
Amsterdam, N. Y
Wehave sold BIr G for
many years, and It has
driven me uts; 01 aaiia
tftlrm. I iMYcnK&Co..
iSl. Htd by DniBcista
Sold by J. W. Conn Astcris, Oregon,
i. i&j?,, -- n o a f:zw
O IS CASE.
iiiiftittMii-.ii hifi iiiffifiiiiriii-i.nMliiii- ririimi r
HEAVY AND SHELF
Paints, Oils, and Varnish.
SALEM PATENT ROLLER MILLS
Portland Boiler Mills,
B. F. ALLEN & CO.
Wall Paper and Oil Paintings
: PRACTICAL :
PAINTERS AND DECORATORS.
AM Work Guaranteed.
Cor. Cass and Jefferson St?., Astoria,
LIDDICOAT & CRLBB.
Carpenters ami Builders.
lio t .t McCurtrie's old stand, have over 200
plates and drawings of all kinds and styles
of dwelling-houses, ranging from $900 to
S12.O00. Call and see them.
I. E. &N. Co.
FEOM ASTORIA TO
Tanzy Pt, Ft. Stevens, Ft. Canby
Connecting by Kailroad and Steamboats
Oystc-rvilie, Montesano and Olympfa
sm "GEN. CANBY,
Tnos. Paukeu. Master.
id lea.ve Astoria daily (Sundays excepted
Tanzy Ft. Ft. Stevens. Ft. Canby
at 8 A. M., (Tide permitting.)
With Oysterville Malls and Express daily
Through, Mails to points beyond, ami
Montesano, W.T., on
s.f.TFor Tickets. Towage or Charter a
nly . t'i" tympany's orllce. Flavel's wharf.
Portland and Coast S. S. Co.
STR. ALLIANCE. Sails from Port
laud every Thursday at 7 r. M. ; and
from Astoria the following mornine. Laud-
burnt Iloquiam. Aberdeen, Cosmopolis and
SHOAL WATEK BAY.
STR. DOLPHIN. Sails from Portland
on 1st and 15th of each month, landing at
North Cove, South Bend, Willapa and Bay
F. IB. STRONG, President.
C. P. UPSIIUK. Agent Astoria.
The Str. Telephone
Portland and Astoria.
Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday at 6 a. at.
Atonday, "Wednesday and Friday at 7 a. m.
Magnus G. Crosby
BABDIABS, Mi, STEEL;
Iron Pipe and Fittings, Stoves, Tin
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS
Sheet Lead. Strip Lead, Sheet Iron.
Tin and Copper.
Thompson & Boss
Carry a Full Line of
Choice Staple and Fancy
Give Us a Call and Be Convinced.
Tie Celelirateil French Core.
to core any
form of ner
or anv dis
order of the
BEPnDC nhnthnp nr. APTE0
isinsfrom the excessive use of Stimnlants.To
bacco or Opium, or through youthful isdifcre
tion, over indulgence, Ac, such as Lost of
Drain Power. Wakefulness, Bearisz 'down
i'ain3 in tho Hack, Seminal Weakness, Hyar
sion3, Leucorrhoea, Dizziness, WeakMemory,
Less nFPnnrnr and TmrntoTimr 'a.i,.!, ic i
glected otten lead to premature old aga and
insanity. Price 81 a box, 6 boxes for 5. Sent
by mail on receipt of price.
A WRITTEX UUARAJiTEE for every S5 or
der, to refund tho money if a Peraaacat core
13 not effected. Thousands of testumoaiads
from old and young, of both sexes, parma
uently cured by APHRODrriNE. Circular free.
Address. THE APHKO XEDICIHI CO.
Dox 27. Wester Branch, Pertlaad. Or.
For sale by J. a DEMENT.
FOR MEN ONLY!
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