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j: ASTORIA June 21,1871) Monday Excepted.. O. C. IEIE2AXI : : prSLISIISK. AsUniau Ihi-Udhta, tlaxs street. Terms of Subscription : berved by Carrier, por week .25 Cents Sont by mail, iburtsonth? .........SS OW Sent by mail, cue yoar - J) Oil Free of ''osuiso to subscribers. "Advorn-ciuont inserted by thuycar ai Iho rate of SI 5u iicr square per month. Transiont advortiins. by the day or iveok. fifty cenis per SMiia.ro for each insertion. THE CITY. The Daily ast'i:ia wU he sent & mail a t5 cents amwiJi. free of positive. Itca &rs who ?antcnwlatcal$'mccfrit)h the city can hai'C Thk Astoi:ian lolbw tlicm, Daiia or Wkkicia" i'aW'whs tp any post-tijkce with out lUwUinv.al "j-jiciisc. Arfarcsc may he ctianurd as often as .eircL Leave nraers at tliccountinu room. Judge Uriscoe f Oysterville was in the city yesterday. - Only three fights, besides a dog fight in the city, yesterday. j marks. Mr. Coffinan was taken com- ; pletely by surprise, but returned thanks in a very neat and appropriate ! speech, when refreshments were an- A GJSXHRAfj TUliSOUT ASD A 1IAPFX nounced and over two hundred fire- i men. citizens ana jaay inenus nieu i into the spacious supper room, aud ! partook of the splendid clam chowder and other delicacies too numerous to mention. Rcscno Engine CoA Reception. The Second Anniversary Celcbra ted. OCCASION. The Easterhiil is discharging bal last at Hustlers dock. The steamer State of California will saii fur Astoria and Portland, from San Francisco to-day. On the 15th of June, a year ago 4S,705 tons of disengaged vessels were in port at San Francisco. On the same date this year it was 2C.90L tons. Messrs. Cohen it Cooper present an attractive advertisement to-day. And their store presents an attractive stock to back it. Rad and act accordingly. Thursday June 19th, being the sec ond anniversary of Rescue Engine company No. 2 of this city, the boys, "the pride of the department," made it a gala-day for all. As before stated, j we state again, that this company is i ine jne or. tne department, amy as sisted at all times bT the other com pany's, whether on duty, or on parade. They are always found oil the alert at the first tap of the bell to. save the life and property of their fellow men, and in these social reunions their hospi tality is unsurpassed. This anniver sary celebration was all that could be desired. At 2 o'clock P. :.!., Lambert's brass band, uum-bering thirteen pieces, marched to the house of Rescue No. 2, where the boys, were in waiting to the number of forty-Jive men. Wh-n the voice of Mr. Lee Coiiinan, their es teemed foreman, was given to "man. your rone and let her roll," the pro cession started, calling at the house of Alert Hook and Ladder company, and that company, with its new truck joined the line and marched to the house- of Astoria No. 1, when that cyiijpai.y were invited to man the rope ;Vaims r. Crosbv, s.LaVscV of i. 2 s handsome Silsby steamer, .James W. Welch, Ueo. McLean, which shone like burnished silver in G. V. Wood. J. W. Ilujne, Supper being over, at 11 o'clock, th band headed the line and marched over seventy-fhe couples to Metro politan hall, where the festivities ended in a social hop, lasting until the small hours of morning, when all went home voting Rescue Jifo. 2's sec ond anniversary a grand success, and only regretting that they did not have one at least once a month.. PETITION. Published by Authority. Astokia, May 19th, 1879. To the Hen. JStniy, the Mayor and Council of the city of Asteria: The undersigned, the tax-payers and property-holders within the- incorpora ted limits of Astoria, would respectful ly ask that you instruct the Chief Engi neer of the Astoria Fire Department to purchase a Steam Fir.e Engine for As toria Engine company No. 1 immediate ly, and your petitioners will ever, pray, &c. William D. Hare, Chas. ITeilborn, A. YanDusen, Ji.. k. liawes, ARGUttD THE CITY Go to May's Yankee Notion store for your fourth of July display. Fishermen ran get a square meal at any time, at Pike's restaurant, Unity, for fish. Inferences: Fishermen wlio have eaten there. Ice Cream Candy, o. la. Paris, at Adler'sper Elder: also, a large assort ment of other choice candies. Now that building is reviving in Astoria, hear in mind the fact that Peter lluney is well supplied with all kinds of building materials which he is prepared tx dispuse of to all at verv lowest rates. iE&&mMmm$ "JOTICE.-rCMjiqr-tlio. oqusfcnoos- nor the. iicVJVTV111- off tflWtoh hark LASTIill HILI--. will be iHijqsitim-ffiraiiv debts contracted by any o tJlu. orow qfi saiil vessel. v, EVAN'S. " Astoria. June 10th, CT. " " PICIvJ 1 r.-Near Sand Island: about 200 fathom net, bnuulci: W- K: L onthe. leads. The owner can ha the same bv proving property and pajing charges. The. net can be found at the nicks near J JELMOXICQ HEST A Lit ANT. M--tf Astoria. Oregon., T ST. On Wednesday nialit. June nth.. u hen you arc looking for a place .f about nf) fathom of net, floats and leads to amuse vourseli, drop in at Max War- biandeu J. rJU&iE. The liuder will be Te ller's, Great Eastern saloon, aud listen V!r.,., un -Se wuneat my cannery,. t the organ and take a mass of his line aV,u,, ,"' n" t,n Lanlstraiiier Quickstep. I. 11.0.UX.. ui.: iiiin : i. Miss Ada Ferguson and Miss Lillio Crosby are deserving of special thanks for the tasty manner in which they prepared wreaths and ilowers to decorate No. 2 Co.'s engine on Thurs day. Now comes one Shivcly into court kicking up a muss about the road to Nehalem. For the love of creation what is the matter with the people? j Always petitioning for, or else lighting against roads. Whose land, in all this country that cannot stand a road J hrough it? That big run uf salmon of a week or ten days ago has cbme down to j nearly halo fish. Old chief Katata was wiling us, last week, that the big run never did last. "We are limiting some Melican salmon sharp to tell us. when, if ever, there need be any hope of a rise in the market. They all say: Wake cumtux. -- Much confusion is caused by the carelessness of clerks and others m neglecting to designate the state as well as the city to which a letter is intended to go, and an appeal is made to the public by the postoflice to be more careful in the future. A circular has been issued showing that there are a 'arge number of places in tire United States similar in name. Protective L'nlon 31 cc tins. The Fishermens Protective Union meeting will be held in the Court-house Saturday evening .June 21st. K. Maiikiott, President. Church Xotices. The Rev. Dr. Lindsley of Port land, will preach at Presbyterian hall Sunday morning and evening. llev. J. T. Wolfe will occupy the puipitof the Congregational church of this city, Sunday morning and evening. Morning subject, 4Our Talent' Even ing subject, The necessity of Divine Support."' the siiu-iight, beautifully decorated with wreathes and flowers, and here the procession formed. L. D. Coifman. Foreman of Rescue No. 2. Lambert's Uras Bund. Chief Kncineor TrencLard and 1st Assistant rerchen. Rescue No. "J and Astonn No. l.with Rescue's liamlMMue bteatnor. Rescue Hot-e. Alort Hook and Ladder Company So. 1. The line of march was then taken up through the principal streets of the cit', the band discoursing appropriate music for an hour or more, when the companies were taken U their respec tive houses and parted with "three times three," and the right hand of uniou with all. At 7:30 r. m. the elegant parlors of the company were thrown open to the entire department and invited guests, and by 9:00 o'clock the capacious rooms were tilled to overflowing with the life and beauty of Astoria. Mr. B. S. Vorsle3T, president of the com pany called the assembly to order and after making a few remarks introduc ing Capt. J. H. B. Gray of the com pany who then delivered the welcom ing address. The history of the or ganization of Hescuc Engine Co. No. 2 was briefly set forth in the address of welcome, delivered by Capt. Gray, and a deserving tribute was paid to. the members. Capt. Gray said: LadM, Firemen, and Fellow Citizens.- In behalf of Rescue Engine Co. No. 2, 1 bid you welcome here to-night to join with us in celebrating this the 2d anniversary of the organization of our company. The most of tnose present here this evening, well recollect the fire of June L'd 1877, and the helpless condition in which the citizens of Astoria found themselves upuu that occasion. That lire showed, to the people of Astoria, and the charter members of Rescue Engine Co. No2 the immediate necessity of additional fire apparatus, and the organization of additional fire companies to protect the lives aud property of our citizens, and the necessity of giving the inhabitants of our fair city better pro tection against our most dreaded enemy, the fiery fiend. Two years ago, the 14th of June about fifty persons met in a room in the .Ma sonic hall, at that time used as the Re corders office to apjxunt a committee to report the names ol those persons pres ent who wuuid become desirable mem bers of a fire company. This commit tee reported the names of the proper persons to become mem hers of an ad journed meeting, held June liJth, 1.S77, two years ago to-night and also a con stitution by laws and the name of our company "lleseue .Engine company V. Il.Twilinht, C. S. Wright, D. C. Ireland, P. Wilhelm, P. C. Warren, -M. 1). Kant, J. S. Ferchen, N. hoeb, II. 1 J. Parker, W.R.Headington, II. IJerendes, I. Bergman, Wm. Kdjjar, (Uo. Davidson, J. W. Gearhart, C. Brown, S.Kinsev, B. Hamburger, T. S. Jewett, F. A. Fisher, A. C. Fisher, J. W. Munson, V . i Bock, U. ! . Catifield, ihissel, . : Adler, David lugalls, John Steers, G. W. Parker,. F. llousmaiij G. I h Parker. 31. Wise, ' E. C. Holden, Jacob Neiderauer, W. Chance, t. Jiieioli, Mrs. Sophie Binder, J. I). Higgins, C. II. Page. R. F. Wickham, j neouore uromser, u. J. smitn, J. W. Robb. Chas. Steve: yi. Meyer, B. B. Turlav, O. F. Bell. W. Oliver. L. K. G. Smith, Isaac Smith, L. P. CofTman, A. W. Cone, T. G. Cottle, A. W. Ferguson, R. R. Spedden, I.Stevens, A. Reynolds, S. Danziger, II. Spell meir D.H. Welch, E. P. Parker, C. P. Upshur, Mrs. G. W Warren, Fred JCrosel, R.B.FranVliiK R. W. Cufnahan. ;ens, R. Barth, John Fox, N. Clinton, A. McKenzie, C. W.Hanson, Chas. Gratke, C. 11. Bain, J. II. Cooke, B.Van.Dusen, R. C. SUively J. O'Brten,. M. J. Kinney, Philip Johnson, G. W. Hume, P. E. Ferchen, F.J.Taylor, Fred Sherman, MartinjDUlen, f T?nrliirr J. liinnett, I. W. Case. A. J. Meler, Alfred Crosby, John W. Welch, 1 lios. Logan,. J. Q..A.Bowlby. No. 2' which report was adopted, and ; kidney and bladder remedy before the the company then elected their officers ami have been recognized as a duly or ganized company since that date. Hav ing no engine of our own at the time Dr. .llinties .WphrctlcuiM A Compound Extract or Hucliii. Dr. Mintie's Nephreticum works won ders. In all cases of D,ropsy, Bright's Disease. Kidney, Bladder and Urinary Complaints, or Retention of Urine, these trouIUes are entirely cure(i by the Ne phreticum. Female Weakness, Gravel, Diabetes, pain in, the back, side and loin are cured, when all other metUe-iwes have failed. See what the druggists, of Portland and San Francisco say about PrMim tie's Nephreticum and English Uaudc Iion Pills. "We have sold a large amount of Dr. Mintie's medicines; the English Dan delion Pills; also the Nephreticum. and in all cases they arc highly spoken of and give, entire satisfaction." John A.Childs.druggist, Second street, Portland. C. II. Woodward &Co., druggists. cor ner First and Alder streets Portland. Abrams fc Carroll, wholesale drug gists, :; and o Front street San Francis co, say: e regard is ephreticnm as the best cifljiPV Mini Iti'ulflor riMtifr1v lufnri fill and learning that our company would j Mintie's Dandelion Pflls. For Fever public. For all derangements of the liver, use Dr. Mintie's English Dandelion Pills. For Billiousness and Dvspepsia, use Dr, be allowed to use. hand engine No. 1 for practice, the company decided to phue ourselves in training and by or der of our foreman the company was called out to our first drill on the eve ning of July 7th 1S77. and we continued and Ague, use Dr. Mintie's English Dandelion Pills. Every familv should keep the Eng lish Dandelion Pills on IiaiuU Dr. Mintie's remedies will not "cure all complaints,'' but if taken according The doctors of central New York have been meetino; at Syracuse. ! and it is surprising and alarming now many live uocu)rs mere are. Texas having taxed Pullman cars heavily sleeping cars have been taken ofF in Texas, Railways pay damages for Pullman cars that are wrecked. Mrs. Myers, of Columbus, Ohio, wanted to shuffle off the mortal coil because she was of good family, but personally bad. She shuffled, but the coil broke. R. f". Caufield. druggist Astoria. Oregon. Thwo i,v iw.nn , ....rnc f co,i One of the best paj.ers published on 1 nal weakness, nervous debilitv and par-j n 1'aeipocoasr, is maueq to .sunder i alysis made bv the wonderful English bM cvpn7,ricla5 Wtnpe paid to any Remedy, Sir Astlev Cooper's Vital lies- mTb "h im: L ",,u ,l , - wnow- torative, than bvall other remedies com bined. ,V.liy will you suffer ? Send to A. E. Mintie, M.D., No. 11 Kearny street, San Francisco. Price, 3 per bottle; four times the quantity, 10. Try a bottle. Court .ProceedXnsrt. The weather changed suddenly from very warm to very cold, in Chi cago on the Cth. The mercury fell fifty degrees in a few hours, and out on the lake, a snow storm was re ported. Further west, the l-apid at-1 mospheric change developed into fear ful cyclone3, waterspouts, etc., in por tions of ' Kansas, Nebraska and Mis souri, which did immense damage to property, and was. u.nusua,lly destruc tive of human life.. to drill with the hand engine until the : to directions, give immediate relief and arrival or ineir ueauuiui ami emciemj perieeta cure m all troubles for which engine which the common council or'thev are retuinmimwlpil. For sale bv .-', -n -i - I .. a ! .. Vi . - -"" "- . -"- "W council oi our cuy awarueu 10 our care. In all fire companies there is more or less expense and although we have been provided with a fire engine, houe, and meeting room by the citv. Still, the individual members have paid for their uniforms and for the fitting up of our hall, and all the expenses of the com pany, except the salary of the engineer, fuel and repair of engine, and are only owing about $80. This has been a lax upon the members of the company of about .$40 each, and when it is remem bered that only eight of our members are real estate owners, and only twelve are property owners, you will at once see that the bos of " Rescue Engine company No. 2, are "able, ready and willing" to spend their time, money and muscle, to protect the lives and property of the citizens of Astoria, and entertain our friends. Capt. Gray was followed, in turn, by Gen. 0. F. Bell, of Astoria company No. 3, and Prof. E. D. Curtis, of Alert Hook and Ladder Co., After which Chief Engineer C. J. Trenchard returned the thanks of the department J to the company for their efficiency and hospitality. Mr. L. D. Coffman was then called upon by the president to step forward, when Capt. Gray, on behalf of the company presented him with a very elegant, amethyst setting, goltl ring, in. a few well chosen re- San Francisco beer. Get your baskets tilled for a little money at Bailey's. Now is the time for cleaning up our houses, and ornamenting tlic-in. For this purpose you can find nothing that will add to the appearance of vour parlors so much as a pair of those lieau tiful ehromos at the Citv Book store, sold for nearly one-half the usual cost of such pictures. Call and see for vour selves. Fresh California fruit can be had at C. A. May's on the formal of everv steamer. Fresh fruits and vegetables at Bailey's. Rooms to let. by the da v. week, or month, at Mrs. W. II. Twilight's. Oysters served in every st vie at the Walla Walla Restaurant. It is strange how Cody can give such a nice dish of Strawberries and cream for v cents. Adler has rece;ved a fine lot of baby carriages, which will be sold at bottom prices. Moved, seconded, ami carried, that Carl Adlers Variety Store is the cheap est store in the eityN Mr.. J. Cody, on the roadwav, is in daily receipt of choice fresh fruits from San Francisco and interior gardens, di rect. Call and test them and buy some. P. J. Goodman, on Main street, has just received the latest and most fash ionable style of gent and ladies boots hoP6,.ctc. M. C. Crosby is prepared to do all kinds-of jobbing Ui the plumbing and steam fitting line; also, bath tubs, and water backs for stoves and ranges fur nished on shortest notice. The proprietor of the Chicago house.whoin e erybody knows as a popu lar caterer, has fixed his hoter up in splended style. It is all newly painted ami furnished, and is one of the most attractive places on Main street. Call around ; every luxury of the season at the Chicago house. Mr. J. Stewart, stone aud marble cutter of Astoria will guarantee satis faction to all ordering work of hinuand will do a better iob for less money than any outside workman. His work in the cemetery here should be sufficient recom luemiacion. ueiorejou let vour con tracts for work of this kind it would be. well to call upon Mr. Stewart. Refresh yourself at the Soda Mountain of Sclnneers confectionery. Motions, candies and fruits of the the best quality, at C. AMays. -Persons wishing to prepare for fishing on the Sound, or for small fish Will find a quantity of suitable twine at J. II. D.Gray's. It is just the thing for trout and herring nets. 4 Mr. G. Hansen watchmaker and jeweler of long experience, has perma nently established himself in business in Caulield's drug store, Chenanius street, Astoria. Watches and Jewelry cleaned and repaired. Gems re-set. Eli graving a specialty. All work guaran teed Give him a trial and be. your own judge of his workmanship. He will soon aiHl to his stock a well selected in voice of Watches, Jewelry, Silver and plated Ware, which he will be able to sell at very low prices. Magnus d Crosby is sole agent for the Medallion Range in the Astoria market, which is unquestionably the. oesc range on the racilic slope. ami examine. The boss knight of the shining Sheffield blade ami a first-class hair cutter, can be found at the Parker House. Prices 2o cents each for hair cutting, shaving dyeing, shampooing, and bath. A full assortment of counter and grocers scales can be found at M. C. Crosby's, at bottom prices. lee cream, and fresh fruits of all kinds at Sclnneers, opposite the bell tower. Also trcsh oysters, in every style. A new lot of full bound blank, and receipt books specially for tise in can neries, at the City Book store.. There is no use talking Max Wag ner of the Great Eastern saloon is the only man to please his customers, well. He keeps the finest San Francisco beer in tle city, it sparkles like champaigne !3, lS79.-30-tf A'lIKMI KNIGHTS. Astor Lodge -a. No. (, jv u p.n will hereafter hold its. conventions in the hall of Sea Side Lodge 2fo. U. A. O. of U. W., corner Clienaiiiiis audi ISqnton streets. 25-tf J. O. BOZOltTH, K. of It. and S. TOTICE. Neither the consignees nor the. 1 uudersiuneil. master of the liritisli lmrlv- Loek Fergus, will be held responsible for any debts contracted by any of the crew of said vessel. SAMUEL CANTN. Astoria, .rune 0, 1679. 35-t ATOTIFE.AI1 persons knowing themselves 11 indebted to the undersigned are re quested to call and .settle the same as soon :is. possible, asunder the circuit stances funds are necessary. "We may ba found at the. olllce of Warren & Melinite for the present. 1 UENCHAKD & Ur&ilUll. Astoria, Mav jy, lsii). 7WOTICE. All persons indebted tons wilt J! please take notice that unless their ac counts are paid or satisfactorily arranged be fore the 1st of .Inly, 17i. they will belaced m the hands of attornevs for collection. In future we shall give but no days credit, unless by special arrangement. UA1SUEN JcMcGUlRE. Astoria. June 11. Istj. as-tf- $25 REWA1JD. T OST OX THE NICJHT OF JUNE 15th .&- about liOo fathom of 40-niesh net. No. t thread, works branded O A D. TJeabovj. reward will b paid on delivery of the net at my station at Kiiapptou, or at the cannery. 0. A. DODGE. ' Glen Ella. AV. T., June istli. -U-iw OS'S?. On Tuesday evening bust, about -Li 170 fathom of net, (1,20 new and 50 old). 40, meshes deep ; t cork buoys, tin on lead line marked O P. Any person finding and re turning said net to the undersigned will be. lioerally rewarded. OLOFF TETEltSOX, i l-tf Old Saw Mill Cannerv. Tcaoliern ivx:n:iiimtaoii. "XTOTICE IS HEltERY GIVEN THAT the. JL1 examination of teachers for Clatsoo l county will take place at the Public School nouse in-. Astoria, June ititli. 2th. 27th, 187. All teachers holding certificates not obtained upon examination in this couutv are re quested to be present. S. T. McKEAN, County School Superintendent.. Astoria, June !? lS7i. 42-tf LOST. On the evening of June IGth, oil Scarborough hill, about 209 fathoms netv some corks branded j p and some F P Co ; Uo.fathoms of the web is 4(j meshes deep, two small new white pieces knitted into it : about S3 fathoms 3S mesh yith a strip of o meshes sewed on. Anv information leading to the recovery of said net will be liberally rewarded. The part picked up had the ap pearance of being cut awav from the lost net. JOtfN PKlTJJSON. 12-tf Fishermen's Packing Cov Ordinance Xo. 331. The lYccklj- Astorlun- POLICE COURT II. 11. PAH KEK J. Astoria, June 20th, 1879t Mrs. O'XciU abusive language; fined Si. Paid. Jomiacorcfigting; fined i0t Sent below for five days. John Iai Bms, fighting; fined 823. Sent below for twelve davs. '? Wtn, Allen, drunk; fined S5. Sent below for two days. John Pamioc. 'drunk ; fined $2., Paid. Jbi?i Anderson drunk: fined S3. j Sent below for two davs. D. J. O'Brim and Joe Murphy, as sault with intent to rob. Bound over to appear before the grand jury in the sum of SS00 each. ing rates, in advance: One Year :i 00 Four .Months 100 Single Copy 10 JSf A limited number of Miiall adver tisements will be inserted at the usual rates. Apply at thft office, or address D. C. Ireland, Publisher. Xollcc Extraordinary. Boat sponges, wholesale ancl retail at Dements drug store, Astoria Five thousand just received. 4t Yea fun loving Astorians take notice that a grand rally meeting of the Sky higU Fly Dufumiy's, for the extraordi nary celebration of our national holidaj 4th of July, in the grand old style of California, will be held at the chamber of commerce roonis in this city, at 8 o'clock, p, mw on Saturday June 2lst, for final organization. An invitation to all respectable oitizens, and especially such as have already signed, is extended and a large-attendance expected. Ui-yufun in store for nil. By order- of GRas MOGUL. President. 1. 31 A Plotter, Secretary. An Ordinance authorizing the issuing of certain bonds to meet the outstanding indebtedness of the citv of Astoria, ami: providing the time and manner of pay-, mg the same. The City of Aijtorifydoex Ordain asfolleicx: Sec. 1. That in order to provide for th e payment of the outstanding indebu edness of the city of Astoria, there be and is hereby authorized to be issued three hundred and thivty bonds in tlrj. sum of fifty dollars each' said bonds tu be payable on or before the 1st day of July, ISSi), each of said bonds to bear in terest at the vate of ten per cent, per an-, num. payable semi-annually. Skc.2. The bonds mentioned in the, fonioimi section shall be numbered and Call entered n,to the proper books m the oihee of the Auditor, and shall contain a provision pledging the faith of the city to the full payment in United States "old coin, of the principal and interest thereof, at the office of the city Treas urer at the time or times the same may become due, upon the surrender of such, bond, or of tb,e coupon, for interest, at tached thereto. Sec. 3. To each of said bonds shall be attached twenty paper coupons bearing the same number as the bond and rep resenting the interest thereon for each consecutive half vear from the 1st dav of July, 1870, to. the 1st day of July, l8i, and payable on the dates therein named, . at the place and in the manner provided by section two (2 of this Ordinance. "Sec. 4. The bonds hereinbefore men tioned shall be signed by the Mayor and attested by the Auditor, and the Auditor Ks lerebv authorized to sign the coupons, attached thereto. Sec. ". That the Committer on Ways and Means, of the Common Council of the city of Astoria, are hereby author ized and empowered to advertise for, re ceive proposals and sell to the highest bidder, at such times and in suclt amounts as they may deem advisable, all or any portion of the bonds to be issued wider the provisions of this Or dinance. Provided that no bonds shall be sold at less than par, interest off, without the. consent of the Common. CouuciU Sec, (i TPon making a sale of any of said bonds, the Committee on Ways and .Means shall notify the city Treasurer of the terms and conditions of said sale, and upon receiving the purchase price, for any of said londs the Treasurer' shall give the purchaser a receipt, which said receipt shall be filed with the Au ditor, and the filing thereof shall be the necessary authority to tlie Mayor and Auditor to sign and deliver to the pur chasers the requisite nipnher of bonus. Passed the council June 17, 1879. Attest : 1J. H. CAKDWELL. Auditor and Clerks Approved June 18, 1S71L 42tf "W. W PAliKER, Mayor. GEORGE BOSS' $ Billiard Room. Fv The only Billiard lloopi in the city whew no liquors are sold. NEW TABLE JUST PUT LT, GEOKUH,, has a cosy place and keens oh hand turi Finest cabinets S3 00 per half .prat brand .of Cigar Also, soda, can, j c- nr t i. ci. .puts.eto.. Opposite Altona Chop House. dozen; o 00 per doz.cn, at Slmsters. GEO, KOSS, rrp.unetyiv :i"