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TUESDAY ..May ?, 1S7C,
0vfcs antf Too earfs 7575.
Upper Astoria, Clatsop county. Oregon.
Aprils. lh7J. f
At a Special meeting of the Cohin.- I
"bia River Pishenneiss .Beneficial Aid J
Society, the fellow ing regulations for j
the government of all concerned
were adopted. That the following
arms anu tow neaos ne estaojisnea
for the Iishing season of 1S7G.
t - f. 1 J V 1 T . ! 1 . t
lirst .unit. lrom ootfy Island
to Brown's point.
Second Dm.. Prom Crown's Point !
lth mil i
l-innv
Third Drift. From the loth buoy
to Tongue Point.
Pourth Drift. Prom Tongue Point
to a point -a little west of Booth's
Cannery, at a place to be designated
by a spile or some permanent mark.
Pifth Drift. Prom the termina
tion of the 4th drift to Smith's Point.
Sixth Drift. Prom Smith's Point
to the Pacific Ocean.
Seventh Drift. From the red buoy
in the Prairie channel to Tongue
Point up or down.
Eighth Drift. The big snag in
Chinook shoot will be considered a
tow head.
The fishermen in Astoria, in coun
cil have mutually ag'reed fo bind
themselves to be governed by the
foregoing drifts, and it is expected
from boats outside of the Society that
tiiey u ill also coniorm to tiic same.
Anv fisliprniiin who is not. fnrfiinriio !
cmntiffli fnhn.i mnniiim'nff bie .dtfiiH v
.berof this Society
importunity to join
has still another opportunity to joi
this Society, by applying before the !
10th day of May, LS70, 1:1 accordant e
with the notice published else w he e
in the Astokiax. After which fine
the initiation fees will be raised to J
twenty-five dollars.
I3y order of the Society,
Til 0MAS 1 KALEY, Sec.
For fine and Artistic Photographs, go to
Buchtel & Stolte, 91 and iW First street, Port
land, tho only first class-Gallery in Oregon.
lytTThc very finest Fhotogiaphs at Chaster
& Davidsons, coiner of i'hst and Yamhill
itrcots. rortland. Oregon.
Si'KCiAi. ICotu i .Wo shall nul, cannot, in I
future, answer letters of inuuiry written to
us
by parties dcsiior.s of settling in Oregon, un
less such letleis of inquiry contain at least the
amount of stamps necessary to pay postage on
the return letter. For 2- cents we will fir
ward four copies of Tn k Asioktax, of separ
ate dates, to any address in the United Slates,
postage paid.
AnvKKTisr. An exchange says: IMaybe
yon think that people don't like to read
advci tisements ! if you do you arc nniuh
mistaken. Fi'e-h, well-put well-placed ad
vcitisements arc neus ! They r welcomed.
read nay, studied ! The
alive with them is incr
and so is the business house that knows how
to get them up, possessed withal with t ie j
sagacity and neive to Keep them up.
Taki: Yoiin fjor vi. Paim.u. A man in Marion
ounty last week saved L?) hy taking liis
local p:i!er, the Mercury, and there is a man
i" this county, near biow'iivi!lc, vho t(ld us, t
u short time ago. that he liad inaue an.vu-ac:c
tract of land by bei:e4 a reader of the Demo
crat. He had been wauling for a long time to
buy an t-0. adjoining hi farm, but could get no
track of the owner, who was a non-resident of
the State, and finally saw it adveitised for
tax sale in the Democrat. !Ie attended tho
sale and bought itfor a nomiu.il.sum. and is
now the owner of it. A lbttt.it Lh'uwctat.
"Warning to Di:lijlti:nt Mi.mi: writs. A
Ibissian paper announces that a belief in the
appi caching end of the world has sei.ed on
tho Cossacks of 'the Don. M.nny, especially
aged, people, are giving up wordly u Hairs,
wearing a shroud, and ordering their coin .
On every road are men repairing to Moscow
to be consecrated priests, in "older that the
smallest village may have its own priest and
church. The bussian paper fails to state
whether its delinquent subsci ibcis have taken
file -carc and paid up. That to our mind
would be stronger evidence of the approach of
tiie Milleniiium than any thing that a super
stitious Cossack could advance.
Don't 11k d Avi:ictisi:mknts. Occasionally
a business man is encountered who professes
to believe that" people don't read advertise
ments any how !" A greater mistake is sel
dom made. If a typographical enor creeps
into an ad. it soon becomo- the talk of the
neigh bjorhood, and if the people do not read
ads. how do they drop' on eirors with such
facility ? The other day th? advertisement of
the Centonnh'l Tteslauiant appt,ar"d, in which
the woid" eating" was set up" faling," where
upon we were duly notified of the error b
seven Salinasites and one Chinaman, and last
ly, the Monterey HcniUt felt in duty bound to
.. :..- nk.0 Dully Jiccutdcr, Salinas City,
California.
"It Pays to AtVM:riah." This is truo in
every depaitment of business, and no one ap
preciates its truth more tully than i. ii.
Thompson. Some time since lie received the
Agency, for this county, of tho Cunningham
"liarden City Clipper L low," and immediate
ly advertised the same in our paper. Hrecn
IJ. Smith, '-s-i.. a patron of the (iazuttc, saw
the advertisement and forthwith rushed to
Thompson's and purchased four of these cele
brated plows, which at once have sprung into
popular iavor. 2s o mater how good and valu
able an article may be, a merchant or dealer
'may keen it upon his shelves, or in his as tore
for months, or even years, and but lew will
know anything ot its good qualities, unless he
advertises. or years Mr. I hompson carried
on business here, and spent bt't little for
advertising1. Within the past two years bis
business has increased nearly double, and he
attributes it to judicious advei rising. If you
want to thrive in business, auvkhTISK Cor
ealb'ii Gazette.
RARE OPPORTUNITY
For Profitablejn vestment,
I offer for sale all my real estate in Clatsop
County, consisting of my original Donation
claim, on L'owis and Clarke river, consisting
of five hundred acres' tide land meadow, rc
knowledgedto be tire best stock claim in the
county. Also, a large interest in the Upper
Town of Astoria, a portion of John Adair's do
nation claim. Enquire of the subscriber.
T. 1 P'JWEKS.
CITY ADVERTISING.
TpOIt SALE.
The Engine belonging to
Astoria Fire Company No. 1,
For further paiticulars inquire
of the Committee ou Public '-"
1'roperty.
By order oF the Common Council.
FRANK J. TAYLOR, Recorder.
pASS STREET IMPROVEMENT.
Notico is l)orob3T giver, that sealed pro
poal will be received by the uiuhsr-
..Irrnixl mirlov llitriir-t li n
iroin the Com
i;,0ij Council 1 tins town
the improvement of that
-"r""-",1 . ... ... v......-...
or Astoria, lor
f nit; uuuioveiuuub w uksl nonum 01 Vj--c:o
j Street, lying between Chonnnuis s-tieut
'and Ator street, by wharJinjr, padin-r
d planking, according to mans and
Jcoiliealion.-to b-i seen at tho ollice of P.
J- I ay lor, Recoul.r, until noon of Satur-
day .May 20th, JS70", a"T improvement to
i be completed by September 1-t, IS70', as
j provided ly ordinance No. 121, pnr-sed
the Council jinyl-t. IS7. The right to"
reject any or all bid- i- hereby icerved.
. HENRY MILLER,
St: eel Commissioner.
Astoria, Oregon May 2d, lS7(i.
jptoxcoMLY stri:et"improve-
y MENT.
Notice is hereby pi veil that sealed
propo-als will be received by the under
signed, under instructions, horn the Com
mon Council of the town of Astoria, lor
the improvement of CONCOMLY Street
I in aid town, by grading and planking
' said bireet, from ?.lain stieet to the west
line of the town plat, according to
)iaiis ana specincalions to ne seen at tsie
ollice ot rank .J . Taylor, iuicouier, until
n i'i ol May 20th, IS70, said lmpiovo-
me.it to be completed 13T Sept. 1-t, 1870,
ii-s provided bv Ordinance No. 121, pa-ted
die Council Mayl-t, lfc7o. The right to
i eject any orali bid- is hereby resened..
'VJ'1 "' ornli ; hereby resei
il-t"Ni4 MllK,
street Commissioner.
Astoria, Oregon, MaiT 2d, 1S7.
;TUJE:AMUS STREET IMPUOYE
KJ MENT.
Notice i hereby given that sealed pro
posals will be leceived by the unrler-
siaiud under instmctions fiom the Com
mon Council of the lo;u of Astoria for
tle impM'vement of that part of CI1E-
! NAM CS Sticet, "lying between Main and
bpriicestieets, by giading to conform as
near a juacticabie to the'ciosings as al
ready coii-t rutted on Vaid street and also
by the building of a sidewalk on the
south side of -Hid street from Jackson to
'w.mn w'uig i" iuuis ami
"M...1: ... i ..,it i.. i i
speciucaiion-, io neseen :i me onice oi r.
,J. Tavlor, Recorder, until noon oi Satur
day May 2Uth. 1870, said imniovement to
' be completed 13 September 1st, 1S7(J, as
provided by oidiuance jo. 121, passed
the Council May 1st. 1S70.
The right to reject any or all bids is
hereby reserved.
HENRY MILLER.
Street Commissioner.
Astoria, Oregon, May 2d, 1870.
i i
-as'
eZN?S3S- I
iititi; Q(iCEMOQIIA STIiEET IM
re:iii.Kly acceptable 1 O PROVEMENT.
Notice is hereby given that sealed pro
posals will be received bv the uadersiiriied
Hinder in?tt actions from the Common
Council of the town ot Astoria, for the
improvement of SQUEMOQIIA Street
by grading and plan icing said street from
Casstieet to Main stieet, and by tne
buildmr of a sidewalk on thosouth side of
said SQUEMOQIIA street from the east
line ot lot No. two (2) in block No. twen
ty's 2 ven (27) to Polk street, accoi ding io
plans and specifications to be seen at the
office of P. J. Taylor, .Recorder, until
noon of May 20th, 1S7G, said improve
ment to lu; completed by the 1-t day ol
June 1870, as provided by oidinance No.
121, passed the Council May 1st, 1S7G.
HENRY MILLER,
"Street (Commissioner.
Astoria, Oregon, May 2d, 1S7(.
MAIN STREET IMPROVE
MENT. Notice Is hereby given that sealed pio
po als will be r ceived by the under
signed, under instructions from the Com
l. on Council ot the town of Astoria, for
the improvement of that part of MAIN
S reel, tying between Concomly and
Court streets, by grading and planking
the same and also to have the sidewalks
in said street constructed to conform to
the giade.-, according to plans and spec
ifications to be seen at the office of P. J.
Taylor, Recoider, until noon of Satur
day May 20th, lS7h said improvement
to be completed by September 1st, 1S7(J,
as provided by ordinance No. 120, passed
the Council May 1st, 1S7G. The right to
reject any or all bids is hereby reserved.
HEN31Y MILLER.
Street Commissioner.
Astoria, Orcson, May 2d, 1S7G.
BENTON
MENT.
STREET IMPROVE-
Notice is hereby given that sealed pro
posals will be received by the undersigned
ruder instructions of the Common Coun
cil of the town of Astoria, for the cons-ruction
of a sewer on the cast side of
Benton street, from Court street to the
Columbia river, according to plans and
specifications to be seen at the office of P.
J. Tay'or, Recorder, until noon of Satur
day May. 20, 1S7G. said improvement to
be completed by September 1st. 1S7G, as
providd l3' ordinance No. 121, passed
the Council May 1st, 1S7G.
jLiierigntio reject any or an bias is
hereby reserved.
HENRY' MILLER.
Street Commissioner.
Astoria, Oregon, May 2d, 1S76.
WATER-PROOF SHIPPING-Tags
Printed at the Astorian Office.
ILLS OF LADING, WAY BILLS,
Receipts, and all kinds of Commer
cial Printing, done at the Astorian office.
CALL, EXAMINE, ORDER.-S5
POLITICAL.
Democratic Ticket.
Presidential Electers:
IT.KL1PPEL, of Jackson.
E. A. CUONIN". ot Multnomah.
"WR. LASWELL, ot Grant.
Por Cengress:
LaPAYETTE LANE, of Douglass.
Por District Atterney:
9 P. R. STRO XG-, of Multnomah.
o
County Ticket.
Joint Representative:
R. Y. "WILSON, of Tillamook.
Sheriff:
THOMAS DEALEY.
Clerk:
D. "W. LOWELL.
Assesser:
"W. L. -W0RTI1INGT0N.
Treasurer:
A. VAN DUSEN.
Commissieners:
JOHN LOOMIS.
OIIN 1I015SON.
Scliool Superintendent:
Rev. T. A. IIYLAND.
Surveyer:
LEAVIS HARTAVICK.
Corener:
Dr. S."V.D0DD.
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Astoria Pi'eciacti
Justice of "the Peace.
P.ILPOX.
Constable.
"Wm. OLIYER.
BUSKxTESS CARDS.
D
R. S. W. D0DD.
PHYSICIAN AKD SURGEON,
Astoria. Oregon, opposite Custom House.
J.
Q. A. 150WLBY.
TOnXJJX AT LAW,
AST0IUA, 0KEC.0X.
J. TAYLOR.
F.
ATTORyjSY AT IsAW9
lioom No. .", Brown's Building.
ASTOItIA, 0UE0 OX.
A.
A' AN DUSEN.
NOTARY PUBLIC, ASTORIA.
Agent "Wells, Eargo & Co.
"07M. JCNEMEYEK,
V i Manufacturer of
Barrels, Kits, Tamils,
ETC., ETC.,
xkaj: K5:cX9-:ys astoksa etczseuy,
AVill attend to all orders in tho above lino
promptly, and in a satisfactory manner, at
reasonable prices INlm
o
ITO DUFXEE.
PR
CTICAL JEWELER,
Main street, Astoria Oregon.
"WATCHES and CLOCKS cleaned and re
paired in the best manner.
CHARLES S. WRIGHT.
Corner of Main and Chcnamus street. Hoods
received on consignment and sold to the high
est bidder.
"DETER H. POX.
MERCHANT TAILOR.
New Shop, Main Street, Astoria. Clothing
of all kinds cut and made to order. Cleaning
and repairing.
Wu
1BLISIIED IS-iG.
HEMLOCK TAMERY, M
C. LEiNKxwKiiKn and II. Brow.v, Props.,
Manufacture all hinds of Leather.
c
!EL RRACKLOW.
Corner Court and nnrl IfjiTnilfnTi Sfroof As.
toria, Oregon, Sign and Ornamental Painter
and laper Hanger.
Orders left at i'.inder's Oregon Hakcry will
be promptly fillcdand at reasonable rates.
A class of children from eight to fifteen
years of age will be taught free hand drawing.
BAIN & FERGUSON,
Contractors and Builders,
ARE PREPARED TO
furnish mate. rial and
''iT,
crcci uuuuungs or every
discription ; execute any
.and all kind of Carpen
ters' and .Joinnrs' wnrfc.
in the most approved styles, with .N eatness and
Dispatch,
Plans and Specifications,
aed
BILLS OF MATERIAL
Furnished on Short Notico.
Charges Reasonable.
Seasoned Lumber Always on . Hand.
&S- Orders lea at I. W. CASE'S STORE will
do promptly i.t .ended to.
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sfv fc TpBi . irrJtr
?i- lji n i n in jj ti
BUSINESS CARDS.
P. S. MEADE;
MERCHANT TAIL0E
C1I EXAMUS Si'UEET,
ASTOJRIA, . OliJSGOX.
Mlm 3 INGUSH,
ND AMERICAN
i CLOTHS,
m
TJbJ
CASSIMERES"
AND VESTINGS,
Coustantlj- nit Itnsul.
! w flarmoats niatSc in the most
A."itNiiiii;iuie ?iyae.s.
Draying & Trucking.
Astoria Truck & Dray Co.
Trw.lllll rr fPrt.,i,? "Trtlt rw.lrhs r nr ..A..tr..tl..
iuiiuiii lj.hu.-, v.ii.v.4v;o, tit., i USpUClIUliy
PILL ALL ORDE KS "WITH
from this date.
KJT Orders may be left at tho Occident
Hotel. T. S. JEAVETT,
Astoria Truck tt Dray Co.
New Stock Now Opened
At ff. LOEB'S,
JfAIN STREET,
One door South of (Hebo Hotel, Astoria.
ona.
npiIE UNDERSIGNED. HAYING
-t- just received and opened a new and
complete Stock of
General Merchandise,
Groceries and Provisions,
fnvites the attention of the public. These
( i oo
fore
Joods will be sold at Low l-igures. Call be-
ore purchasing elsewhere.
The best (inality of goods for tlio
Fishillg' aild bailors
Trade constantly on hand.
KSr: Highest lrice liul J'or Furs. -5
x&" New Goods by every Steamer.
N. LOEli, Astoria, Oregon.
Astoria Bakery.
HEXHY JACOBS WIOPBIETOB,
Cor. ofMainandSchemocqhaSts.,
A&ToniA Oregon.
rpAKES PLEASUIIE IX ANNOUNCING
JL to tho public generally that he is again
prepared, at the above well Known stand to
supply orders for FRESH BREAD and all
kinds of pastry.
W One of the best Baker5? on tho coast
employed. Satisfaction guaranteed. A share
of the public patronage respectfully solicted.
RUTTER&iWcKENZiE,
Ship Builders.
HAYING LEASED THE PUEMISES FOR
a term of years, at the foot of Wash
ington street, wo beg leave to announco to the
.public that we arc now prepared for
SPAB MAKING-, CAULEINGr,
and General Kepairing of
YESSELS, BOATS, EIC., ETC.
(&r Roats of all descriptions, first class in
every respect, built to order. Yard foot of
.Washington street, Astoria. Oregon.
W. B. HEADS.NCTON,
ARCHITECT AND BUILDER,
ASTORIA, OREGON.
for buildings of any kind. ceJt
and contracts (large or gffnifegi
small) filled with dispatch ' fitti rl"" 'fi
and in tho best manner
possible.
WINES, LIQUORS, CIGARS,
. OOXjTTIWCBX.A.
E.PAPMAHIL & CO., -
The undersigned hav- SSfctj. I
inp: purchased the inter- - f'lTty&Ji
csl of tho t-ST:
THE UNDERSIGNED PROPRIETORS OF THE COLUMBIA EREWERY
just erected and placed in operation at Astoria, wish to inform the public that we
are now prepared to till all orders for a splendid article of nr- a - - w
Having every facility fordoing , la.xjr r i9
TIIEVEitY BEST CHAUACTEU Of WOBK ( il-J 12!4-4-1n "DT''P"D I
Mr. Papmahl being an Experienced Erewcr, xxllil. ILLJL6Q. Jj Jjj!lJtL
K5T The COLUMBIA BREWERY AVILL WARRANT SATISFACTION IN PILLING ALL
Orders. Give us a trial. E. IAPMAHL & CO.,
Astoria, Oregon.
ymBiav xjixmuu.nB isu'vi. wiwaiw h wrmjijBf aim
BLACKSlVnTHITG.
ALBERT ROEDER& CO.,
Machinists, Gunsmiths, and
Locksmiths,
Corner Concomly and Lafayette Streets,
ASTORIA, OREGON.
Will pay Special Attention to Blacksmith
Work and general repairing.
CEORCE MACLEAN,
BLACKSMITH
KODGERS' OliB STAND.
Cass St., Astoria, Orkgon.
All kinds of Blacksmithing
dono to order. Satisfaction
guaranteed. Ship-and engine
wors a speciality.
BOOK AST) JOB PRINTING.
1 EQT'AL TO THE BEST, AXI
Cheap as tho Cheapest, at
J Tine AsTiunvx Okficf
THE
Daily and Weekly
-.,: e. s; a j
Job Printing OSce !
IS NOW WELL SUPPLIED WITH
New Materia! and Stock,
And prepared to execute orders for
j POSTERS,
BILLS OF FAKE,
PROGRAMMES. BILL-HEADS,
CIRCUL A RS, L ETTEK-1 1 EADS
RECEIPTS, PAMPHLFTS.
And any other kind of Printing,
Neatly and Promptly
The Lowest Living Price ure Charged-
jPrintimr by hand,
Printing by steam,
Printing t rum type,
r . l froni blocks bv the ream.
Printing in blade,
Printing in white
Printing in colors,
Of sombre or bright.
j Printing for merchants,
And land-agents, too ;
Printing fr anv
I "Who've printing to do ;
Printing for hankers.
Clerks, auctioneers,
Printing for druggists,
Por dealers in wares.
Printing for drapers
Por grocers, for all,
AY ho will send in their jobs
Or give us it call.
PrilltinR of pan.phlots,
J Or bigger books, too :
In fact there are few things
Rut what we can do.
Printing of placards,
Printing of bills,
Printing of car-notes
Por stores or for mills ;
' Prinfimv nril-irtlc
, L Iln"; " ; ltlpelsi
j All colors we use, sirs,
I EsP0imoproacers
Printing of forms
All sorts you can get
Legal, commercial,
Or bouses to let.
Printing done quickly,
Bold, stylish or neat.
At the Astoijiax Office,
On Squemocqha street.
THE DAILY ASTORIAN
JUST ESTABLISHED
THE WEEKLY ASTORIAN
r NOW IN ITS FOURTH YK.VR
Affords ' SUl'lHCIOK Facilities to
Advertisers.
:JGSTGIVE US A CALL. -8
LAGER DEER, ALE, Etc.
J5 i.EJ77" sl JbTL"5T,
- - - - PROPRIETORS,
ml iy inaii juj-flgagaa
pEElIAXIA BEER HALL
BOTTLE BEER DEPOT,
&IEXA3IUS STRKKT. ASTORIA.
Tlie public are invited to call and leave
their orders. Splendid Lager 5 cent a glass.
Ereo Lunch every night.
WM. ROCK & CO., Proprietors.
AT MYERS,
ASTORIABKEWERY,
Having all the necessary machinery for first
Tlfn.mrt I i
in any quantity, from a single bottle to a bar-
iui, uiju pin. il uji ui jjuuu tuiiuinuii iv i u la
ment or immediate use. Families and keep
ers of public houses promptly and regularly
supplied-, 31. MYERS, Proprietor.
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ciass wofk, SKiinui iirowers. anu using nono
but the best quality of materials, tho Proprie
tor I J rl.nr...n.l t..mnT.iiClntlirn F. A flTTl Pl.TIJ
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