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ASTOBIA. OKEGOIT :
..JULY C, 1E30
Gamers, Ohio, lias given birth to the
second pair of twins within a year.
The admission of the new states
ives the Pacific Coast political pres
tige Now comes Idaho, with three
tsore rotes in congress-
Tee present census, will, it is be
lieved, show that Oregon has a popu
lation of 300,000, entitling the state to
ko representatives in congress.
JtoOEis from Nicaragua say the
j eotntryis overrun with Americans and
I Europeans who have no money and
can get no work and all are trying to
pet out of the country.
If our state supreme court is not an
object of contempt it is in a fair way
to become so. A few more farces like
the Olds case will do much in that
direction. lawyers say: 4fXo Oregon
decision is over quoted."' This is good.
Tie state should be spared such hu
miliation. It was our pleasure and privilege
list Friday to hear a very fine oration
(cm 3Iajor "Weed. Only those who
Lr.vc tried it can fully appreciate how
'-.rd it is to say something new and '
:ctMng good on the Fourth of,
lTtlV. HO SUCCeeded hi doini? both I
:1 did it so well as to elicit couipli--tary
comment from every quarter.
K3S purely extemporaneous and
U; repJotc with wit, wisdom and clo-
rz k aud whon he got through he
Virr didn't yon get a man to read
C: Declaration of Independence?"
.ss asked the committee a good
f nr.r timos. "Well, the ladv who read
l4? "P.lni- T-rt-wi Hi!! Tf-i-ic
:ulty to have a young and good- I
aling girl read the document to a
bowl oh the Fourth of Julv. and so !
aanv of the fair sex read the riot act I
tiXil declaration of iudopendencc to
their husbands and sweet hearts, that '
it is only fair to give one of them a
jOi-vn, il tvt,.i ., .i;ir.,i i,;.i r i. i
larahoa or independence occasionally.
While the representatives of
every locality are struggling
to incrcass thoir '"holdings"'
in the rivor and harbor bill, says
a "Washincton, D. C, dispatch, the
more thoughtful and thoroughly in-
formed moo in eon cress arc in dread of
n veto as the fate of the measure, par-! cost oi erecting a building and nee
.... ,, ... ' ,, essarv appliances would cost 10,000.
bcularly it by reason of the great Thc :imuiai rmming expenses is esti
' pressure for increased allowances it 'mated at 3,000. This expenditure
gares to undue proportions. Presi-1 would be adequate to equip and op-
dent Harrison, it is well known, was
sever much of a river and harbor
sian evaa whon in the senate, as ho
comes from a state practically with
out either rivers and harbors. It may
not seem exact statesmanship, but it is
a fact thai the strongest opponents of
ibis class of appropriations come from
those sections which have no
cias cities or inland waterwavs.
An exception should be made, how-
'ever, of Uie representatives from the far
xrcst, as they have ever exhibited a
liberal spirit in voting for appropria
tions in the expenditure of which
their immediate constituents had no
beneSL But, as stated, leadiusr Re
publican senators have been given to
understand that the president does
ujt want to go to the country with a
record in river and harbor legislation
surpassing that of the Cleveland ad
ministration, whon the limit was
about $22,000,000. It is believed,
boxrcTGT, that within these bounds,
lus signature will not be withheld
"from Uie bill. Of course the fate of
tii? pending measure is a matter of
some moment to the people of Oregon,
r there are several good sized items
included therein for improvements in
THREE XEAKS TVITfi DRS. DARKIX.
Drs. Darrin have now been practic
ing their profession in Porllaud for
three years with brilliant success, and
daring that time thousands availing
themselves of their peculiar practice
have been absolutelv cured of diseases
that had bafiled the skill of all the old
school practitioners. Cases that had
been given up, and the patients who
had been advised to spend no more
tunc or money in the fruitless attempt
of trying to cure au incurable disease,
lad been sent from thc doctors' office,
frequently after a few treatments, with
wnr "leases of life, rejoicing, painless
and well, and crutches have been
thrown away to be taken up no more.
In fact the doctors have worked won
ders, and brought joy, health and hap
piacss to hundreds of households.
Their rooms are never without patiouts
dsrisg ofSce hours, and few indeed
sn the cases they treat that do not
edTe permanent benefits, as the fol
lowing card will shew:
H?nta la Hrt Twenty Years
3fr. Editor ; This is to certify that
I bsvcltad a pain in my heart and
bMsi twenty years, and tried many
physicians without success. After
forxBonths, home treatment by Dr.
Drria I an restored to health and
xtedtly give my testimony m his behalf.
1 es3e at Silvtjrton, Oregon, where I
s l ddrcsd or rerened to.
CL "W. BAnKHTTRST.
Urc JNktWj ritee or Business.
Drs. Darns can be consulted daily
t ike Washington building, corner
Frik and Washington streets,
riariiMML Hours 10 to 5; eveu
kwK, 7 to S; Sundays, 10 to 12. All
cbroMC ygca&cs, blood taints, irrcgu
IwfteeitL women, loss of -vital power
ni rly indiscretions permanently
comkL, Uoh no references arc ever
zaafe at the press concerning such
qmcc, owing to the delicacy of the
pfltaMc jx8attft&tons iree to au,
."eaters -will be sent tree to any
Charges for treatment ac
lo iwtkat's ability to pay.
poor treated free o charge from
i to 11 daily. AH private diseases
tMated and. cures guaran-
Patieuto at a distance can be
seat without the doctors'
OLTVEU STEWART. Pros.
EealEstate and Insurance Brokers, Notary Public Conveyancers
We are Sole Agents for the following
Young's Bay, lots 50x100 S75
;s uay, jots soxiou 75 to 590
Astoria's most popular addition.
Choice Business and Residence Property in "all parts of the city, also fine acreage suitable for platting, at teasonable
Refer by pernussloato I. W, Caso, Ranker, Astoria,
Oregon, Hon, J. L. Cowan, .Mayor of Albany
and President ol the Linn County Rank. Taco
ma National Rank.
A Death Blow to Boots and Shoes
The popular Hoot and Shoe Store, Xo. 527 Third St, opposite '-Pioneci" office,
lias opened an extra slock of Fine Shoes for Ladies, Misses, Children and Men's wear, consisting of the principal
Ecaslcrn Manufacturers: lleywood & Co., (Worcester, Mass.): Faunce & Spinney,(Lynn, Mass.); .John Strootman, Buf
falo, X. Y.; Marcic & Cie., Xew York C ty; Uurley & Ushers, Newport, Mass, and an Extra Line of California Goods.
SOJIE SALMON ITEMS
GIca!iea From tI,c Cathlamet -Gazette."
. t Uinno Kavsllmtin 18RS ton
PnlifnrnimiQ wm fialnnfr fnr Imtm -in1
caught during the season 8,000 and
9.000 fish, respectively. "Wm. 13aker,
now of Astoria, beat that record. In
1872 he caught and delivered to Robt
Ilume, atlJay Tiew cannery, 13,000
fish during the se;ison. This is sup
posed to be the largest catch ever
made by one person, in the time, with
a gill net.
Owing to the big run of fish at the
Cascades the canneries have reduced
the price of gill net fish to two cents
per pound. Almost all the fishermen
' ToivirK Tnnna -TVliii l.llinf f fin I nVlm
LeMonfc havo consolidated their sein-
ing interests on Miller's sands. The
firm is to be known as the Miller
r-!.. rf.?. " rm i
a.nus S w. xiiey nave one
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Geo. Stephenson with two wheels at
the Cascades caught seven tons of fish
one day last week. All of the can-
nerics have been doing well. Some
of them have been putting up from
400 to 800 cases per clay, for the last
State fish commissioner Crawford
was informing us Saturday, that he
expects soon to go up on the head
waters of the Snake, Spokane and
Columbia rivers and select a location
for the proposed fish hatchery in
"Washington. lie estimates that the
crate a hatcher' that would turn out
four to five million young
fish each year. The mode of propa
gating the young salmon at a hatch
ery is very simple and successful, he
says. The fish are caught in seines
or gill nets and thc spawn extracted
from them. The male and female
spawn is then thoroughly mixed to
gether an!nafijied n Pans where
water is kept constantly running over
them. It generally takes from forty
to seventy days to hatch the eggs,
according to the degree of tempera
ture of the water at
the time. The hashing is done
generally from bptcmber to Feb-,
ruary. The young salmon are kept in
the nursery until thy attain a length
of about six inches. From carefnl
and accurate statistics it is found that
a greater per cent of the eggs are
hatched by the artificial process of
incubation than by the natural meth
od. One reason is the spawn is more
thoroughly mixed and another is the
spawning beds are undisturbed by
other species of fish that prey on the
eggs. Commissioner Crawford will
make his report to the legislation this
fall, recommending a location, that
will doubtless bo adopted.
Go to the San FrancKco Galleiy for
the finest Photographs and Tintypes.
For a good Clean Itoom, go to the
Main Street House.
For thc very best Photos, go to Sinis
ter. NEW TO-DXt.
Troposals for furnishing Ship Chandlery,
Rations, and Coal for Ite venue vessels.
Custom House, Astoria, Collector's offlcc,
July 5th, 1S30.
Sealed proposals will be received at tills
ofllce until 12 o'clock, noon, of Tuesday,
July l.")tli, ISjO. for supplying rations, ship
chandlery ami coal for the vessels of the 17,
S. UMt'imcCutlPrService in this collection
district duimgtlie fiscal year ending June
;;0. 1NU, tliectv.l furnished to be autiiracitu
or liitiiuiinous as maybe required of best
quality; uiuf.uin in character; to weigh
2,210 pounds ta til? ton; to be delivered on
board the vessels at sucli times and in such
quantities as may lie required at localities
readily accessible to said vessels, and to
be subject to inspection as to qnalityluid
weight. ISiiIders will nanio the nriccsboth
for steaming and store coal and also their
laeuuies lor lurnisiiiiig tnc vessels wan
fresli water and their charges therefor.
Tin right is reserved to reject any or all
bids and no contract will be put in force
until Congress .shall hac made an nunro-
pn.ttiiu: lor the purpose. Schedules of
ship chandlery am be had by application
to tins oflice.
3t E. A. TAYLOR. Collector.
QTATE OF OREGON,
Clatsop, s. s.
Ky virtue of the command of C. II. Page,
end irsed upon a certified copy of a certain
chattle mortgage made and executed bv (.
W. Fisher on the lSth day of January, i89o,
in favor of C. II. Paiieto .secure a. nromLssorv
note of even date therewith, for the sum of
SSWuitluutcresl thereon at the rate of 10
percent per annum, I did, on the 5th day
or .July, isK), levy upon and take possession
of, pursuant to the tenor of said chattlo
mortgage, the following described personal
propenj, described la and covered by
said mortgage, lo-it: One Xo. 10 range
with fixturc-saml furniture, 40dozen assorted
dishes, 10 dozen knives audjforks, 10 dozen
t:ib!c and teaspoons, 13 plated casters, 13
sugar bowls, 13 salt dishes, i dozen syrup
pitchers, 4 dozen goblets, 2 dozen egg glasses,
i ice cream machine, l refrigerator, 1
counter, 2 dicing room stoves, 3 dozen linen
table cloths, 30 dozen napkins, 1C oil paint
ings. 4 mirror, 8 pair curtains and fixtures,
C window shades, 5 gas chaudllers, ) dining
room lamp, 4 dozen dining room chsirs, 14
dining room tables, 1 umbrella stand, 2 awn
ings, l large street lamp, 1 clock, and each
and e very article and thing in and about said
premises known as the "Vienna" restau
rant, being on that certain lot, piece or par
cel ofland described as follows : North end
or portion of lot S or lot 14, in the town
now city of Astoria, as laid and recorded by
John JfcCiurc and extended by Cyrus OIney,
iu said county and state: and notice is
hereby given that I shall on Saturday, the
12th day of July, 1890, at the hour of 2 o'clock
r. at . of said day at the premises known as
the "Vienna Restaurant," in the city of As
toria, Oregon, proceed to sell all of the
above-uescribed personal property at public
auction to thc highest bidder, lor cash in
hand in U. S. cold coin, or so much thereof
as shall be sufficient to satisfy the sum of
ssoo with interest at the rate of 10 per cent
peranuum.and thc further sum of S50 at
torney fees, together with the costs and ac
cruing costs. H. A. SMIDT,
Sheriff of Clatsop Count', Or.
Astoria, Or , July tJth, 1890.
C. S.DOW, Vice Pres.
D. M. STEWART, Treas.
Incorporated with 825,000 Capital
choice Eeal Estate: South Astoria, beautifully situated on the south side o
to S90, on easy terms. Just back of
i. Lots 27x100533 to 50, blocks of 22
A. J. STEELE, President
Ij. O. CHENAULT, Vice-President
and Business Manager.
Paid-up Capital, 8300,000.,
Frankfort, - - Washington.
Booms May Come and Booms May Go!
But the following Hare Bargains in Astoria Ileal Estate will never
Depreciate and must enhance in value.
80 Acres, 2 1-2 miles from Court House - - 8,000
1G0 Acres on Puget Island, improved. - - - 1,200
160 Acres on Youngs River - 1,500
Lots in Williamsport, 50x100 .... 250
" Case's Astoria 200
Feasidc Property, per Lot, 50 to S500.
Lots in Shlvcly's and McCIure's Astoria, from 250 upward.
Warren 6c Wright,
BEAL ESTATE DEALERS.
573 Third St.. - - Astoria.
La Fayette Park.
Three Miles from thc Postoffice and Custom House.
Astoria Real Estate Co.
1-J2 CASS ST.,
FOR FRESH BREAD,
Cakck, and Fine Confectionery. All Orders Delivered.
Far. F. D. Sewartt
Of New York,
Tho Kinlnent, Scientific and Practieil
Is now hi Astoria, and will renniii :i
short time only.
Bit. W. D. Bakek, Dk. Jay Tutths,
Dk. O. B. Estes, and other Prom
Take advantage of Uie opportunity. Call
at once and have your eyes correctly fitted
with proper Glasses.
OFFICE HOURS-9 A. M. to 5 P. M,
PARLORS, 958 THIRD STREET.
Cigars, Tobacco and Snuff.
Meerschaum and Briar Piiiew
Pocket Cutlery, Marine Glares'
Stationery and Notions.
Comer Main and ChcnamusSts.. Astoria. Or
And Dealer in
Gents Furnishing Goods of All Kinds
Good Fit: IiOwc.st Prices.
Always New Goods on Hand : Also Clcan
Water St., Astoria, near Danielsons' Saloon.
South Astoria is Prospect Tark,
lots at a liberal discount.
Third Street, Astoria, Oregon.
&5 CO, Astoria, Oregon.
J.F.J JO UKN, Sec.
J. II.. TONES,
Flavel's Brick Building.
Z. T. WRICHT,
Foot of Morrison Sti. Portland, Oregon.
Tann, Ohurch and School Bells.
Inspirators, Injectors and Feed Pumps, Coal
Oil Engines, Trahern Pumps, Kricbel
Engines. Pollers and Steam Generators
CHEMICAL FIRE ENGINES,
Klacksmith Forgts and Drills, Pest Axle
Grease and Compound in the world. Pow
ell's Brass Goods and Iron Pipe.
Send for Circular.
Two Choice Blks in Adair's Astoria
FOK SALE BV
Van Dusen & Go
Lots in Block "8'' S200.
Lots in Block "88" $150.
Half Cash, Balance in Three
and Six Months.
VSTA 11 lots staked at four corners.
TMelsBH, Lssier & Andersen,
Surveyors and Architects.
Office, .Room 9, Flavel's Bld'o
P. O. Box 813. ASTOKIA, OR.
AfiENTS WANTED everywhere for
MUCH I O the National Capital Building
and Loan society. Kookery bulldimr Chi
8 D M BEUfiSB9
r i ann i:n
H. bUllil Wa
REAL ESTATE BROKER.
NOTARY PUBLIC FOB STATE OF OKEGOX.
City Lots and Acre Property, Ranches, Timber Lands, and Water
Frontage for Sale.
Correspondence Solicited. , r.O.Eox3C3. Established 1SS3.
INVESTMENTS MADE FOR OUTSIDE PARTIES.
Next W. U. Telegraph Oflice. Third St. Astoria, Oregon.
To-DayFine Ice Cream Soda--To-Day
Also Handle None hut the Finest Key West and Imported
rie.-ise Call and Give me a Trial. TIDHtD STKEET. Next V. U. Telepa-aph Oflice
'F'.B l MM i
I . L ILEIAET.
Office on Third St., Opp. Odd Fellow's Temple. P. O. Box Stl,
Lots in WARRENTON and WEST WAP.RENT0N For Sale,
On Installment Plan. Discount for Cabh.
A residence in Astoria since 1S72 enables I
me to Rive t lie best of information respect
ing property m Astoria ami tins vicinity.
A LAEGE STOCK TO SELECT EEOM.
GOODS AT SAN FRANCISCO PRICES.
I make a specialty or good work and guarantee satisfaction. At the Old Stand, Wes
Side OIney Street, Near Wilson & Fisher's.
C. Ii. SOltENSON.
Sorenson & Co,?
Real Estate Aoents
Im ty? osjl so Stocli
Two car loads received : Jloro on the way.
You are invited to sec the finest display of
Furniture, Carpets, eta, in the city. Prices reasonable.
THE OLD STAND, - ASTORIA,
Groceries, Provisions and Mill Feed,
Crockery, Glass Plated Ware.
The Largest and finest assortment of
Fresh. Fruits and Vegetables.
lleceived fresh everv Steamer.
STATE OF OREGON, COUNTY OF CLaT
By virtue of the command of.T. 0. Ilan
thorn & Co.. endorsed upon a certified copy
of a certain chattel mortgage, made and
executed hy J. A. 0. Kelly, on the 8th day
or April, 1630, in favor of J. O. Hanthorn &
Co., to secure a promissory noto of even
date therewith, for the sum of S300.C0 with
iuterest at the rate of ten per cent, per an
num, I did, on the 1st day of July, 1830, levy
upon and take possession ot pursuant to the
tenor of said chattel mortgage, the follow
ing described nersoual property, described
in and covered by said mortage, to-wit :
Three second-hand fish traps, originally
Burchascd from 15adollet&Co.,of Astoria,
regon ; also three sets of trap poles, one
hundred and sixty In number, more or less ;
also one scow.one pile driver and one trap
boar, and eacli and every other article be
longing to said fish traps, thc same now be
inc in my possession, and stationed in the
Columbia river, in said county and state.
And notice is hereby given that I shall, on
Wednesday, the 0th day of July, 1SO0, at the
hour of 10 o'clock A. sr.,ofsa!a day, at the
court house door. In said county and state
proceed to sell the said described personal
pronerty at public auction, to the highest
bidder for cash in hand in U. S. gold coin,
or so much thereof as shall be sufficient to
satisfy tho sum of $500.00, with interest
thereon at tho rate of ten per cent, per an
num from the fcth day of April.lSSJ), together
with the costs and accruing costs.
If. A. SMITH.
Sheriff of Clatsop county. Oregon.
Dated, this 1st day of July, isoo.
QBLO V. PABKCU.
CVUI. A. HANSON
Parker & Hanson
C. L. PARKER,
New Goods Arriving Every Steame
Dress - G-oocls
The Old Stand - Astoria Oregon.
mnit ii in iiwii mniFii n Hi
Eeal Estate Broker
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" i JiJ t KJ JLJt.JLi JLU JL UL A.U.JLC -i.
C. ?. (JUNUEHSON.
Office on OInej- Street,
Between Second and Third.
Largest z Stock !
Lowest i Prices I
ItETAIL DEALER IN
I CWJ'rF.j.''.'.;! ; '.'-.-.iir.;J
Wilson & Fisher,
One Horse - - S50 UO
Tivo " No. -I - 5 00
" " Ulz 1 - - 73 OO
E. P. UOONAK & CO.
df. .. Hynes,
"Water Street, Astoria, Oregon.
TEI.IIPI10M-: NO. 7. - P. O. P.OX 300
BOOTS AffD SHOES!
Of Best Quality, and at
SIGN OF THEJOLDEH SHOE.
I. W, Gase,
Transacts a General Banking Business.
Drafts drawn available In any part of the
U. S. and Europe, and on Hong Kong, China
Offick Houks : 10 a. m. to 3 r. m.
Odd FsrxoTO? RuinniNo, Astoria, Oregon.
nun an m w ruuiuii
ew Fire Works
Flags and Bunting a! Closing Out Prices.
New York Noyelty Store,
FlaveFs Brick Building, Opp. Occident Hotel.
Orders from the Goimtry Promptly Filled.
tgaaasaaaar P E w1 jew H I W Im hiiiiiiiuh
Tire Crackers, Roman Candles, Bombs, Etc.
Our Stock is Fresh, and will Give Satisfaction. No last year's goods hero.
GRIFFIN : & : REEB.
Fine Wines, Choice Brands.
I havo completed arranseraontg for supplying any brand of Wino in any qnantity
at lowest cash figures.
The Trade Supplied,
ALL ORDERS DELIVERED FREE IN ASTORIA.
Yonr patronngo in City or Country solicited.
A. VY. UTZINGER, Cosmopolitan Saloon.
The terminus of thelhvaeoand Shoahvatcr Ray Railroad. THE GREA.T
EST SUMMER RESORT OX THE NORTHWEST COAST. Lies at the head
of the Raj-, at deep water, and only twelve miles from the bar. The coming
County Seat and Commercial Metropolis of Pacific county. Now laid out Lots
on the market from $30, and nnwards.
For particulars and full information, call on or address
. AND EMPLOYMENT OFFICE.
City, Suburban and Acreage Property For Sale.
MAIN ST ASTORIA, OK., V. 0. Box 511. No curbstone brokers employed here
The Leading Tailor,
Call and See My Nobby Stock of Spring- Goods
It comprises the latest goods in the market, and I offer them at prices never
before heard of in Astoria, and guarantee tho best and most
comfortable fitting suits in the city.
Next to G. H. Cooper's
Dealers in Gents' Purnishing Goods of All Kinds.
Suits Made to Order at Short Notice, at Lowest Prices,
Always Keep New Hoods on llaiui. Also Cleaning and Repairing.
2l Water St. Asoria, Or. - - - P. O. Box 210.
The New Model Range
CAN BE HAD IN ASTOl'.IA, ONLY OI'
Agent. Call and Examine It ; Yon "Wiil bo Flcaed. R. R. Ilawes Is also Agent for the
Buck Patent Cooking Stove,
AND OTHER 1'IKST CLASS STOVES.
Furnace Work, Steam Fittings, Etc., a Specialty. A Full Stock on Hand.
For AH kinds or Fire "Works, best Tea, Japanese and Chinese Curiosities and Novelties,
Fine Silk Goods, Rare Crockery, Lacquered Ware. Ivory Toys. Matting, Ladies' Under
wear, Etc., go to - WING LEE & CO.
520 THIRD ST., ASTORIA, OR.
North Pacific Brewery,
JOHN K0PP, - - Proprietor.
EXTRA PINE BOHEMIAN LAGER BEER.
EXTRA TINE STEAM BEER.
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""ALL ORDERS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. "t?
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