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SATURDAY JUNE 4, 1SS1
ISSUED EVERY MORNING.
D. C. Ireland, I'ditor and Proprietor
Axtorian Building, Cass direct.
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Tltr Wiel!y Astorinu
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Is it muutmntli .sheet, neaily ilonble. get iricmnoats, the t)liH ls get all
tbesizeof ihel)ail. It K ju,t the m-hi. rt .jr.
upr for the lire
esiue. fomainini; in amu-'
tioutoall the current new. choiee m-
eellanv. a-'rieultural matter, murket ie-i
ports, etc. 11 i-. lurn;hedf to Miilf- sb-
M-noei ai uo pei er in :m..K-.
li-TomenN inseiU-d at ttuhlishetl rate-.
ItIK l)AII. -l'OKIAN in!l i "fttt tty
natl nl'Zt cut n wtnth. rm:f 'rttiit. .-
- H'hu cimtfHiiihitralnttice (fun 'he citti cnn j
ft.Tj Tiik AsroniAN uAUhc ihem. Daily J
it WltKKIA nltl'MtU tt'ltHf lsl-tiiee trtlit-
-Mr. Wingnte its on a visit to
Astoria will celebrate, and thuifi
3011 forget it. ,
- Ca)t. Muuson. of ;oiut
light, is in the city.
J'ilot l)i)i(.s citM
the jury yesterday.
-The wife of Hon. Jesse Appletjate
died at VonrjillH on Weilnusday. j
The Columbia arrived down yes
t-nlavat 11 a. m., and sailed at ii v. v..
The funeral of Mr. Johu 15:ulollet
will take place this afternoon at two
Mr. and Mrs. Mniiroe Spedden
are expected in Astoria soon from
The planting of carp in the ponds
on Clatsop plains has proved to be a
-The Ethel is discharging at the
Oregon Railway and Navigation com
pany's upper dock.
The barkontine Tarn O'Shantor
bailed for this port from San Francisco
The bark Rival came down to
Knannton vesterdav in tow of the
Ocklahama, Gilman pilot.
Farmer Ward, of Clatsop plains
informs us that for two weeks past he
has been using new potatoes.
The steam tug Astoria made an
other trip to Tillamook rock yester
day, landing materials and supplies.
A irreat many ncomc are nowl
rushing pell-mell for the revised
testament who never read the old one.
The Oregon Railway and Naviga
tion company are beginning prepara
tions for extended wharf improve
ments in Astoria.
We regret to say that Mr. C. H.
Bain is still on the sick list, and suf
fering badly from a violent attack of
The Eagle cannery had the boss
Halmon vesterdav. Mr. Thomcs
says it was a beauty. It weighed
The Kalama branch of the North
ern Pacific railroad crosses the Colum
bia just below Vancouver. This
dishes the St. Helens-Columbia city
The name of the new vessel
launched a short lime since at North
Bend, Coos bay, which was first
christened 11. NY. Simpson, has been
changed to Astoria.
Almost everybody from the forts
appeared to be in the cit 3'csterday.
Their visits were the source of much
pleasure, and their appearance added
to the activity of business.
Butler has got another new wagon
for the Astoria and upper Astoria pas
senger line. It is a nice one. We
hope this enterprise will continue to
be fully and emphatically endorsed by
One of Booth & Co.'s nets was
dug up on Sand island where it came
ashore and was almost literally buried.
in the sands. It took seven men
actively working to get it one tide.
The boat was tumbled up high and
dry on the island, considerably stove,
but will be repaired.
Miss Callie Munson has, by per
mission of the directors, closed her
fort Stevens school for one week, to
enable her to attend the closing
exercises at St. Helen hall, and be
present with he former class mates
and associate graduates, at the annual
meeting of the Alumni.
Our attention has been called to
a danger of fire in the block bounded
by Cass, Chenamus, Main and Sque
inoqha streets, in the smoke house
belouging to the sausage factory.
Like most everything else of that
order there seems to be no ordinance
to reach it, but we should advise that
it ought to be removed.
Remains of Mr. Badollet.
wi.11ne-f r.f r l'on.'.1f
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the colfin containing the remains of i
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jii.1 uiu,twou jitinimuu nut iw ui. i
opened at the church this afternoon, i
but -ill fr'mwls wkn wmIi t.i so
but .ill tnemis Mho wiati to se i
Mr. TJadollet for the hurt time,
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are requosied to call at the rest- j
deuce anv time nrior to the fiiner.il.
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whore the remains are lying in sUite.
-A comparison of shiuments made I
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880, with those of 1SS1, thus far
reveals x fulling off in iirexporUofL,WockWS,.McnuiTs Astoria.
b l (I. . r reneli et al. to .1. Y
about oO per cent. Fish, flour and
,io !..,. .,:;l-
Everv Saturday; one of the most ,
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appropriate of all exchanges from;
whicli to quote to-day; says that it isj 0 y. French H aLYobaVidiiu
no doubt truo :lmi if lho Illinois hoes! xei. lots ill Astoria
The San .1om iMereury tHIs of
Wright, a pupil nt the i
PhHadrfplim detr frl.K-V. msnitly ;
gvc a Imrial cert incut.- in th p-
In child. eUii. forth ihat it died
The presw a4 jeil f lh iulc
rkr are m aiiiits for iHMaHt"Ko that
they n't live tn dd, J. S.
Keller in 1'oitiaiHl for iwxMee: antl
ot up mtwder lwaxes. V. V.
Francis. f lial'-ej': witJi nhiclt !
emin th iniwliateriwrfwH'h of iW-ir
The e gatlHret, the Faral-j
louos haviiu; ieeotHe an nuwitisated
' nuisance the gvrriiui(ttt nlerel their j
! rtunoval. This wk aeeMdihel with- j
'out troultle. Mai'riial J'fH ami!
. ja siuad h" 4dur. vi!"m the
ts submitted toj . . , f ,, . . ,,
; i.slanan for that pui-poRt in tiK uteMMt-
1 er Mauiiiita
which veMel UnAi the
men. iitiiidxwtig; eleven, and all iheir
effects to San Francieeo.
Iwy News 'states that
lege iiiWrs are
coming to Cs unly fwMi Finland.
The hitter country i now under ihe
dominion of Ru-h, hik! tin g',v,n"
mont 2 e 1 uires iuvoidiiiary aervice
from the Finns. To escape this new
oppression the iuhabitanu are deuerU
mg their former liomcs and seeking
ref utre in Oregon and other free lands.
The annual report comes from
Lewis county of the recent discovery
of a rich gold ledge in the Cascade
mountains, somewhere near the head
of the Cowlitz river. It is said to
yield the enormous amount of 0,000
per ton. It is known that jmrties
have beon prospecting in the moun
tains but; we are astonished at the
amount the rock is said to yield. The
fact remains to be developed.
Seeing what was supposed to he a
now stylo boot-jack under the office
counter at the Occident yesterday,
and his foet being troubled with corns,
he conceived the notion of palling off
his boot to rest hie foot, when he
ascertained that the modest little toy
was a boavor trap. The corns on that
foot were suddenly removed from
the trap; and now he looks disdain
full at the mail who owns the trap
and has taken upon himself a binding
obligation never to wear a beaver
again. Let us hope that he has the
courage to tread the thorny jmth of
The twenty-seventh annual con
vocation of the Missionary jurisdiction
of the Protestant Episcopal church in
Oregon held its first service in Trinity
church in Portland, on Thursday
evening. There weie present thei
bishops of Oregon and of Washington
torritory, and the Rev. Messrs. Ander
son, Dal', Habersham, McEwan, Per
kins, Plummer, Rosenborg, John W.
and .). R. W. ollvood, Smith and
Stevens. The bishop of Oregon road
his annual address which was full of
interest. The work as a whole is
encouraging, although nothing of
special interest has occurred through
out the year. Two clergymen have
been added to the list, but still some
parishes are vacant and many portions
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cieisgymon aie grcauy neeueu.
Captain Janes relates a laughable
incident which came under his view at
Palos Yerdes a few mornings since.
He was awakoued by the barking of
his dogs, and going to the window of
his room he looked out on the harbor
and saw a .ships beef barrel coming
rapidly toward the shore an if pro
pelled by some mysterious power. He
hurried on his clothes, and as he was
approaching the beach he saw two
men emerge from the water, haul the
barrel ashore, seize their clothes,
which were inside the barrel, and
cn,mnr ,.fl" infn tt, 1,511c TW Wrt.
deserting sailors from the British ship
Lady Head. The' had carefully
packed their dunnage in the barrel,
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fastened a line around it, and each
with an end of spun yarn as traces in
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his mouth, swam ashore, as a toam,
with the barrel in tow. The device
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was so ingonious and novol that the
men were too far off to overhaul before
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Captain Janes recovered from ins sur-
Alert Hook and lalfdcrcompaiiy
iU hold a Meeting toniiiWth), atti
o'clock, asiier adiournidenf at the last
rerular nfcetinc. A full
reoupstei. IHv order oGtKe President.
I J. O. RozvntTii, Secretary.
said a iivciycnr-old, the
nsii yoii jtwtnun c leave
of babrtfrain. He was
so bad 1 hn
bought at itiei
nmuse hi ill,
Real Estate Transactions-
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land in front of lot J, block t.
Met lures. Astoria..
? .""O no
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donation land claim on Lewi-,
and Clarke HVcr " W
A jj McrillKii to V- 1J. Painter
undivided half of land claim
on the Klaskanic. l.'iO W
Johu w WoIcn to A ,L WoIc,,
lots L"J andll.block ,Shive-
lys Astoria -5W) W
1)HJvld Hazels to .!. W. Robb, lots
Jin1JL,Kf1 - -JV10
Ji, block .-O.McClures Astoria..
I), c. Otrrieto W. L. UoW, lot 7.
in Astoria ,oo oo
Robb. lolsiii Astoria Lison on
i. i. arren 10 .j. v. ioon. 101
s. bleck: T7. 31 e("lnres Astoria.
j f r";, ., 'An T I
and J).l . I urne. tide land ill
fioiit of .AK bhvk .....Aii-
Trt('c of M. M Clmn-li to J.
y Uobb lol l"bhek ll."Shiv-
h-t AnIomh "
Kam- Oiuev to J. W. Ke4b lots
"J" Aoria ........ ........ i....
M , Aloria
. MetJnire to .1. W. Uolib
1K HI A"t(H"M
(iurad IJiK'hter to riarrit 1JH
:tu nft.1 Italf lhek '1 !I. and
Stnte of Uregoit to .1. li.SW'iwii
MHt 1:: .V)-n0 acres in township
.1. V. RoMi to V. 1. Hare lots 1.
. r. nMi i bloek "; Meflur-s
A atoria ........
J.'.M. Sliiel to Klias 1. lloif
lot bhtek 4 Miiveh.s A4orhi
Il.. Williams to John V. Ca
ples lo-t K UUn-k lol Me(lHrc
Tnwteese,slaief .M.J. Kinney
to A. -M. -loliMMtH H. ah lot r.
l4otk i.l Met 'lures A-loria
.1. M. hhciv to V. A. MeGuin
.1. M. Shirl to K. tl'ftMilMir
lot .". block 1. Shivls As
loria 3 i
TruMees of estate of M. .1. Km
iH'V. to Mrs. K. L. Kinnev . ht
.S b'hH'k .18, Meflures Astoria.. l.iV m
AiiH'lia Koenwr to II. I'. Elevens.
M ti, ltH-k l-. Meflures As
.1. M. Snivel v to John M. liNcn.
pait of lot!. Week -1. Mdvelys
.l,0iii V. Welch to . T. 1'aiker S.1IH) I'M
i YVaiicn Olne'. to f. 11. Pane.
lots iit Astoria
t . Sttn ens. guaidiaiis of W. Iv.
and Maiciis WaiTen Jo I)aid
liiftalN, lot J. lhck iai. Me
f lui es Astoria .,
f. A. MeGuire to f. II. Page, lots
Geo. Lovett lo Lester L. M.
.sanlsbiiry, ht X, uhKk 10. Me
Sheriff to Hiram ISrown.lot 1 and
12, block ill. Mcf Inn's Asto
ria ."Ji iw
I'nited Mates to Heury Mariin.
jvHlent to Tongue point
MciiiIhts of Temple lodzi No. 7, F. A:
A.M. will convene at tlunr lodge room
Saturday, June 4
o'clock p. u
for IIk' purpose
ling the funeral
of our deceascl 1
r Jno. Radollet.
in good .stand
ed to attend.
I5 order out he
-Fre-sh candies madt
ilv at the As-!
toria C'ainW fl'actorf-ifext door to i
Stevens & Sfnl Iok MUl-",l"i('- the
1h1I lower. 1 "
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icy cream at "uhihs-is,,., iUIU
Irestimeiit sakmui on .Mam MTeet.
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Lawyers briefs printed in fine si j
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At iiii..i-iuiti.i.timi 1. !
Ma. Wagner San Francisco Xa
tional brewerv lcer can't be beat.
Wnrmiiti lid milt fliiim iIimiIq I
ami morta'(!.sr for sale at this office !
ami monies. ior saicat misoum. 1
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1 lie Clarendon hotel, Portland, Oregon.
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Mr. John Rogers of the Central Mar-
ket. has made arrangeinenLs to keep all
1 he finest fresh fish, etc in their sen-sou.
Look out for a big lot of .San Fran
cisco National brewery beer to arrive
by .steamer Oregon, at Max Wagnei'.s
P. J. Goodman, on Chcimmiis street.
has just received the lat;t and most
fashionable style of gents and Indies
lKKrti;, shoe., etc.
The best Carter's Cape Ann oil
clothing. rubler boots, etc.. sold at San
Francisco wholesale prices at the San
Francisco clothing store.
-Dr. Welch has anived in the city
for the practice of Dentistry. His rooms
are No. 10. Occident lmtcl. lie will re
main in Astoria about ten dajs.
IJu. Tin; Wkkki.v As-tomax in
post-paid wrapper for ten cents, ami
send it lo ome- triend 111 the east. It is
letter than a letter.
('apt. J. H. 1). (Iray is now prepared
lo supply the best qualities of lir, hem
lock, iu maple, spruce limbs, etc.
Leae orders at Hie wood yard, foot of
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II. llllier Oil!
For the genuine J
Rnurbon. and the best of wines. Honors
and San Francisco beer, call at theCem,
opposite the bell tower, and mm f amp
bell. .-,. a nist-elass ojster stew, fn.
1 nii-roast or fnncv loHsi. ro lo Koso
ton Mam street, optxisite N. Loebs.
1 Familicssupplied by Hie hundred or lhe
sad:, ojKn or 111 tlie siieii.
trunks and valises, hats and caps.
toria. f rean, a la rose yat.Ua and cit-
ron to-da . Priratc entrance for ladies,
Oysters cooked in any style to erder:
the best in the market. Superior coffee, I
and don't you forget it.
-Peter Wilhelm has established aj
first class saloon in C.H. Page's build-!
ing. on Soiieinofdic street, near the bell j
lower, and has appointed Messrs. Win. J
liocic cc lo. ins agents, 'i lie net of
i everything in the line of wines, liquors,
! ,,ef,r dS- l'tC Wi" Ut' -'I'- "
F. Sherman & Co. begs leave to
notify the public of Astoria that they
have sold out their entire meat anil
I vegetable market to S. Glaser&Co., and
would recommend their successors to
their customers in Astoria. F.SIierman
&Co. will pax all debts and collect all
j accounts to date.
! S. Glaser & Co .successors to F.
Sherman & Co having lMiiisiit the
j ,nwit an,i vegetable market of F. Sher-
maii & Co., would respectfully ask i
I continuance of the patronage bestowed
i on t,e former proprietors.
Mr. Davhlson, tlie photographer,
gives special atteidion lo jjrffiying ami
enlarging pictures to anjize desired,
and finishing in Ihfiia inor water col-
ors. During tne ItextJTew days his
agent, ir. n . u. lr vin.jrviu can on me
residents of Astoria to receive orders for
this kind of work. Every person will
receive first class ; ml satisfactory re
sults, or elsemene: ; efunded. In the
mean time lis optitor at the branch
uallerj" hee will Men busy making
negativesof the hdiidsome and plain
people of the city.
Ih. at ojTc
: class es.si'l m I lie berth for s.dmoii a Imhmiii : a laoie won an enKr.ixinnoi uic
s. I au.iger. San Francisco chit hing loading loljenMMd. KoriKirticiilars reganl I i,orse, e'lli at diffen-ut agis. with rules
e, has the largest and best selected ig rates ,f frenthl and hisiminee. anid) ! r telling the :u;e of the 1 lorse : CJ cngra-
k of ckdhiltgin thecitv. Also. ents RODOKRS. ME Kit .CO . hi lim ng ll in H.rt t Pm s 1,, tl e
iiiig goods, boots and sboes. rotmiui. un.n. , ? V,, .. 'k 'XT' " MureVXdis-
Furnthlicd Kooms to Tet
At Mrs. Xim-ton's lodgins lmn-e.
Offlce.s to Item.
Slnjrte or in suite of two. in Tiik A
;ikiax building. Price rea)nnble.
Free lunch, beer ami whiskey to-I
mokhow at the Great Eastern saloon. I
Max Waoxm:. i
Constantly on hand, and in quantities
to suit. Liverpool inctory hlletl. Lay
coarse, ami Halt ground, at i
Uriel;: Krick! ISrlrk! j
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1 Irnvt on Iraiid a large MinrMiiit of brick;
for sale at from $." to ? per thousand.
Call and I'xnuiiiHMiesir A-toria eeme-
lift. John Wii.i.iam-o.v.
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lee frcam Satoon.
Frank Fat)ers let Cream Suhatit. n J
tlie niMilwav mitr lluiiu mill, is now i
fitted nlel with prisTite hmuhs fir!
ladles. It U als In depot for clrtdee :
etmfeetMHMry. tRtr.iJe. I!iSM:iiu jHiiieh
served to order.
otire to Fishermen.
!out lH-ae imr s:tH fih. slarjfeon 1
or sturgeon egs aua. but lake them
IrtJ.T. llotemTs.Rt tin Dew Irop Inn.'
he will bu. all id ou ami i.i ihi well
1m cash for tln-m. 'ami in this wa u
can wake our fret Uvr ami iH'iidiitg
: Tlie Contral Hotel.
raw x 1
IOm of the finest . eleamst and best
kej4 lwKels in Ast4,rie. situated near the
sii-amer lauding, with firt elasx. ir
j iihuus. giHHl iMKird ami er reasouablf
1 rales. IJar ami billiard pmiiiis. Tin
I Uel of wines and Ihpmrs. ami an eeel
inoo on j knl glas.. iffSan Fratwiseo ln'er.
i Amoin 1:11:1.1111. Proprietor.
lowl iw I
1 Attention to Ileer Irinker.
Tht i-eh'brali'd :in FraneiM-o Na
lhMWI lher. Ma Wagner agent. is. na
ahead. Tlie men who appreehtie and
are well ideiiMii to furnish it for their
customers an Mr. Heiloh ami Mr. Louis
Malot in A-loria. and Mr. W. W. Ward
and W. II. Hadeu in liwaeo. -And1
donl Jake the lior-e -ImJc a wax
ISuy tlif Weekly.
Tin: Wr.i m. A -toman for this
week is lull of just neh information
ami m-ws of thv eomitrv as 011r fneiids
in the east want to ee. It has er
few aiUcrtisvincuJs. :imj , rhin-k to Ibe
Muxxle of information tliat no famih
ean successful! squeeze along witiioiii.
Two dollars will buy the wlhde wad for
a year. SI ."Mi for ix mouth. or ten cents.
)Kr eop .
('real lmrgain arc now offered in the
city of Willinuis-mrL for anv jktoiis
wishing to locate from one lot to live
acres. It is well adajded for gardens, j
elevated. sUtiarecI one mile south of
Astoria on Votings baj. with a good
graded road to the place. For further
information call at my rvidciici- near
tlie cemetery. -John Willi mox.
Mr. Urook.s of the Astoria gaiierj
has just returneil from Portland and has
oerfccteil arraiiL'emenls that will enable
him to produce the most .superior fin-'
islicd ptiotogniidis. .Mr. linaiKs litis em
hyed tlu' en ices of an artist of many
yM ejMriemv in some of the liest
galleries in .sjii Francisco, and with
n-jm.H uistrumeiil and accessories, new
istrumeiit and accessories. new
alsaud sjick and an improved ;
nr he will now ivo bis eiistoin-i
!e Cimeri, r f ' H.',,l n X, d, nl
e .superior t.lacepjiotogniphs at
v " "".:"- ".!" .wivi.iiiwi.-fiiii
flu. Iill(ivin,r iri....j- ,., Idiinlftir
I full length figures. n; OOperdozen; fal-
; iiieis, 11111 leniii nuro, - m, 1 ,1111.
, full length figures ?' GO.
"JVJ1-7 LOST Mght of Slst of May, between
SiWbom , allll Sant, Klani, .Mi fatIl.
xssac rtf mtt litilf ntil 1ii1f lion iit lifi
I msmllln IIihxi. 17 mesh dcH-pHarhAursii-so.
,. kl llir iM,v markj.,! xn. 20. tiu.
! nmler will In'sitltaMy rewardeilhy apidyiu
m LAMHEirr l m)..
j At Ast.ma FisIhtv.
Astoria. .lime 1, tsq.
LOST.-A liltlclehixv Point Ellis. Mjmdnv
Hhlit, May rtli.alMut 1X0 fathom of net,
liatf new, lialf old, old 42 meshes, and a jtiece
of the new 4.1 HMsies. All lead lines new.
cwrk lines old. Kverj'cnrkismarkeilJ. O.
Any jH-rxm fiuding leave wonl at the West
Coast Parking (wnp;im. and will lH'siilla
Wv rewarded. M. Sl'I.I.IVAX.
l5tffla. May 31, Ini.
Wllll lletweeu Smiths noiut and .las.
illiams cannerv. :dout luo fathoms of
Met wcl out of the JuiiuUeof a net. also the
lead line : no cork Ifcc. 'AVeh. 4T moli deen.
Itarhours ti-idv. lead! one inch and a uuarter I
long. I-ost on hw vif r Tnesdaj morning. 1
Tli Under will lie siiMdy rewarded on lea-1
ingmfonnatioiiat Uh west Coitst Parking
cempniiv. .T. OSTUOM. ,
B MavSi, IsSJ.
BRITISH UARljUE ETHEL NEITHER
tlu' master nor the undersigned con-j
stRHeos 01 uie aiMive natiieii vessel win oe
nsHuslWe for an ileldsiiHitraeleil hy the
civh of sjtiii fsM u Idle at Astoria.
MACKENZIE . OlI.REirTSON.
AMorm. Oregon, n raMh, ssj.
saloon ior aie.
1 N CONSEQUENCE OF REMOVAL FRO.M
I I Asliu-iu li -.(. ni (Innii I li.'lrhv iiITlp
for sale niy saloon, .ejuire sgtnck
d IkhIiIIiu' :tf cAst once. Ihiyersan
id lo en!l altd t&Uisnii iueuIor am
themselves PETER IHIvS.
see for th
lireiHcr l'.eer I Ml. MJhi stnel
On-jpMi. I 1
Max i;, 1KRI. ' '
Notice to Outside Fishermen
j TTiitoVt !
As he desires to purchase fresh salmon.
JSfFisli will tie taken on loanl the steam
er (jiiickstcp diivwhcn? on the rhcr and lhe
same price will be allowed as thoueh the fish
were delivered at lhe cannery in Kuappton
Street Improvement Notice.
VTOTICi: ISHERERY 01 VEX THAT Till
t-x Common Council of the citv of
propose lo order tlie improvement of that j
nortiouof Pine street in John M. Sliivelvs!
adilttion to therity of Astoria from the caM
wr VI IU1l-I'lllll MIITI l CM Mill' Ol EilM- 1
Sixth Mrcet. 1 grading the .same to the full!
u 111 111 of siild slnpl -iit.l niilriss -i niiiiiii. .
.strauce signed hy the owners or two-thirds i
of the nroiHTtv frfMitin- on .said iKirtkiufi
said .street 1e tiled with the Auditor and
Clerk of said city within ten days from the
final publication of this notice, the Common
Council will onler the saul improvements to
Ik- made. R onler of the Common Council.
R. II. CARD WELL
Ainiiior ana i.icrk.
.Vstoria. May S", lfirf.
Street Improvement Notice,
i "NOTICE IS HERERV GIVEN TH VT the
I Lx Common Council of the citv of Astoria
projwse to order the improvement of that
jortion of East-Firth sited in John M.
Shlvelys addition to theelt) or Astoria from
the north side of Hemlock street to the south
full w iitth of said street and unless a remon
strance signed by the owners or two-thirds
or the property fronting on said itortinn or
wid street be flleil with the Auditor and
Clerk or said clt within ten days from the
final publication of this notice, the Common
Council will order the said Improvements to
Ik made. By onler or the Common Council.
R. IL CARDWELL.
Auditor and Clerk.
Astoria, May 25, 1931. lotd
1 TI. ,,,, 1,1 ini'llTIIIL'IMvT
Ml i; ll.lll. .1VII1 I 1..VV I.l' IIH.'IIII.H :
Pianos and Organs
of all makes constantly on hand.
yioLINS. GUITARS, BANJOS, AC-
TT... ,VTv PTMmip ctptvpc
VIOLIN AND GLITAT! STRINGS,
AND MLICUj INbrRUMENTS,
an well as even tiling 'b itolenslnj: to a
Firt Claw Munic Store.
l'iaiHsaad Onsii.ssohl on the mouthly in
sialliiH'iit plan or fi r rent.
CARL ADLER'ITbOOK STORE.
lit largest stK'k of
8fank Books ami Stationery
Of every description.
S,-Iieoi lMks. Itiltles. PeetSeal
Works. Alltuitis and
Itestdes :i full and complete
stvl. ,i eerI ing Usually
keit in i well reciilatcil Hoofe
Stoie. bo news deMt and aReiiey for
eer p:iM-r :m.l HriNlie:d Hihltslied.
CARL ADLER'S VARIETY STORE
egg WaU'bes. ("hn-ks :itiil .fewclrv.
rrirsifcCri PiH-k t ami I'abk Cutlery.
IF f?W ankre Noli.His and Tos,
It' "itv I'K-Ime I'rsim .-,inl Climmns-
'jgytj .fgiiialv Carriages, a eouipletc
a. f i... nssiHiiw'Ht. Areliery. etc.
New jlotnU Ji exery steamer. The public
are invited to cmuhIoc ih stock and prices.
CIlKNAAlCs T.. - ASTORIA. OUHCOX.
Henry Alirens. Ileiirx.Th-ljvii. T.V.Itorstel.
Henry Ahrens & Co., Proprietors,
1420 to I-4'U Fine Street.
1TIIIS KKKWHUV IS TIIK -MOST I'OrU
. Iaronthe coast. and hae (MablLshed a
hranclim this citv and is under the manage
ment of .I.STKArSS. who will 1m pleasetl to
mentof.J.sil.'Al hS. who will iMpi
n, any ortlerlnmi a dozen bottles
Hioitoand Iwrnds. Tills leer needs
Ollllliemllltlon. as lli.r lfc.Hg It 0
m.u.ritM.anv other. Orders left at
up 10 a
ehlent Hotel or at Isne Foster's will he
tmmpil aitewled n.
Ml orders from a
distance will reeehe prompt attention.
Families supiilicd Willi this excellent quali
t v of lieer. A. STRAUSS, Agent.
Watei street, Mi-t door to Isnae Foster's,
'A Merciuil Man is Merciful to Ins Itcast.
O.VI.Y 23 C'KXTS.
650.000 ALREADY SOLD !
V treatise on the
x t-5-5 If
And his Ureases. I
Full oT Valuable and 1'rartlcul I11-
roruintloi:. uiid i'oiitaluin u
1;K! OF DWKASILS.
Whieli Kies Um- sihii!oois. uis and the
1 Rest Treatuieiit of e:ieh ; a lalile giving all
the prineital dnitsusiii torllie Horse, witn
the onllnarj ilo-e.elfitls and antidote when
eases. A -:iliuurfe isiiio-tuHi 01 receipts,
many o" which would cost a horse-owner
tlirce to fie dollars eacli
FARMER SHOULD OWN
' Thousands who liaesccn It commend it
! and many good horsemen have extolled it In
the nienest terms, even siaung mat uiej
prefer it to tMMiks which cost sr o0 to $to co.
Iin iinf Himiv nwnv vniir moiipr in the nur-
j clia.Hr of costly Ixloks on the Horse, which
I are v lull of Ijitm phntses ami teciinicai
tom, j n t ii lu tiiiiitilli'il)( tit tlie nv(r:i7
I reader hut,
BUY KENDALL'S TREATISE,
a book of looimgcs. in iper covers, giving
von innn nrartlr-d iiifonuation than Ls con-
tallied in .some large volunies at far higher
COSl. liaViageXillllllieU HOS IHMIIx tll'JIUIllU
TJ (XT2 LT.fYWlTTi
JULVXlOJU J IT JJx JLiJU-
Would hesitate a nioment aliont investing 25
rentsinitsmirchno.if he did but know the
value of Its contents. Recognizing the de
sirability of having such practical Informa-
tiou ns our fanning inemis aativ neeti m
'Plr biLsiness, prmided at reasonable cost
. twl. nf iM.innlUFeit to imv the enormous
I llU 311 DI Ul-lUSJUlli;Cll HI li llll- CUVIIUUIU
, pndits deiiiaiidetl by the Publishers or most
i "" -7 - " -" -;-
oeverai nuuurcu oupiea
Or this valuable little Treatise on thel'orae.
single copies or which we sliall lie pleaseil to
man toauyreaueroi iihh iwpcr.iitKnagtr iin:
pald by us, on receipt of
Remittances may be made in currency, sil
ver or stamps. Send all orders to
I. V. IREL.AXD,
PRINTED AND BOUND TO AN i SlZr.
and ruled to any order, at
The Abtohux office
THE I X L STOEE
LEADS THE YKE ! !
ABOVE THE DLN AND TIDE OF BATTLE: AMIDST MISSILES FROM
FLYING SHOT AND SHELL, STILL COJIES THE CRT AND
CrKAKD RUSH TO THE I X L STOEE,
"Where Ls displayed one of the largest and most complete stocks of
DET GOODS, CLOTHING,
EVER SEEN IN THIS MARKET,
And to be Sold at the lowest MarginaWe Profits.
A FULL LINE OF DRESS GOODS,
With Satins, Gimps, Cords and Buttons to Match.
S-a.CQ3E3S, 'SPXIESS, lELTTOIBCIIKrG-S,
IN ENDLESS VARIETIES.
KCOSIEJEVXV CORSETS AND QLOVE8,
AT PRICES "WHICH WILL ASTONISH YOU.
JUST RECEIVED-A LARGE INVOICE OF
JSpri2DLS- JS-fcXes in. Stra-w ECats.
IN FACT HERE YOU WILL FIND EVERYTHING IN THE LINE
THAT CONSTITUTES A FIRST CLASS DRY GOODS ESTABLISH
MENT. I SHALL SUSTAIN MY ONE PRICE SYSTEM AND "
Don't Propose to be Undersold.
CALL AND SEE ME. MME. DEMOREST AGENCY-
a H. COOPER,
I X I. Store, corner Main and Concoinly Streets. Astoria. Oregon
The Boss Coffee and Tea Pot
eh 3iiSisiiiP IssKTCrili.f'ii
K, Bl. HA WES,
TWO DOORS EAST OF OCCIDENT, - - ASTORIA. OREGON.
FURNITURE Ss BEDDING
AND DEALER IN
Carpets, Oil Cloth, Wall Paper, Mirrors,
Window Shades, Lace Curtains, Picture Frames and Mouldings,
WINDOW CORNICES AND CURTAIN POLES
Complete hi every branch.
HAVING EVERY FACILITY FOR
tide. I am now prepared to furnu
AT 3tt CKVTS I-KK 5ALL()N
W SOT-jES A TiE.
t3tamilics and keepers of public bcue? promptly and regularly supplied.
M. MEYER. Proprietor ASTORIA. OREGON.
Wilson & Fisher
tt a XL3P w .a.:o.:e3.
LURRICATING OILS, COAL OIL,
PAINTS AND OILS.
Sheet, Round, and Square Prepared
PROVISIONS, MILL FKED,
GARDEN SEED, GRASS SEED.
Which will be exchanged for country pro
duce or .sold at lowest prices.
Corner Chenamus and Hamilton Streets
B. B. FKANELTN,
Comer Cass and SqiieiinKhe streets.
ASTORIA, - - - OREOX
ASTORIA IRON WORKS.
Kkxtox Stueft, Xk-i: I'akkku Hoi-sk.
ASTORIA. - OREfiOX.
GENERAL MACHINISTS AND
Boiler Work. Steamboat Work,
and Cannery Work a specialty.
A. D. Wass. President.
J. O. IIustlek, Secretary.
I. W. Case, Treasurer.
Jonx Fox, Superintendent
MAY i:k had of
Also. Asent Inr the celebrated
HE MANUFACTURE OF A FIRST CLAbSAR
the public with the finest quality, for cash.
AT $1 50 PEIt DOZES.
MRS. S. T. McKEAN,
All kinds or
LADIES UNDERWEAR, ETC.,
Corner of Cass and Jefferson streets, Astoria.
3-.Staiiip!ngdo!ie lo order.
Wholesale agent for the
BED CROWN FLOUR
Made by the new pieces.
The best Flour in tlie market. Every sack
guaranteed ; it not good as represented you
can return it. Merchants will find it to their
advantage to sell this Flour.
BRAN. SHORTS AND CHOP FEED
Also for sale.
Persons wishhigFlour or Feed will find me
at my new Dmg store, at O. R. & N. Cos
dock. Astoria. J. "W. CONN.
I WISH TO CALL THE ATTENTION OF
the citizens of Astoria and vicinity that I
have opened a
Near the O. R. & N. Co's dock. My stock is
new and fresh and any one wishing any
thing in my line may depend on getting the
PUREST AND BEST.
I have secured the services ot Mr. A. F.
Johns, a careful and competent Drucgbt of
fourteen years experience, who will attend
to the Prescription Department.
Also a splendid assortment or
Perfumery, Soaps, Brushes,
Gombs, Toilet Sets,
And everything usually kit in a first class:
Drug Store, and they will be sold at the
VERY LOWEST PRICES.
By strict attention and fair dealing I solicit
a share or the public patronage.
r. S. Physicians prescriptions compound
ed day or night.