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36m ASTOKI A. OREGON: SUNDAY MAY 2U. 1SSJ . C. lUELt.M Killlor. Ilow Heathenish. WnJla-waUa Watchman. A poor, miserable Chinawoman kicked the bucket this week and the way bhe died was a hard sight to boliold. There she laid upon a filthv mass of rubbish, called ji i i bed, almost nude, with not a friend in the world, willing to conic within ten feet of her, and when Mr. Picard, our undertaker, brought a coffin to bury the cieature, Chinamen about the promises Mieaked off in all direc- I MISCELLANEOUS. 1S1P0RTMT A WOED OF WASHING 110 ! FOR THE BEST IB CHEAPEST iothing. Clothing, Clothing -GO 70- The IJ.ul ortl'c Pt)t. Reasons why it will Kc i long time before the so-called Cascade division of the Northern Pacific will be built are stUd in a Spokau falls letter to the Oicgtmiau yester day: "The grades control railroad !outes and ' win traffic. The! tions. less they .-hould be asked to! older loads a cutting deep- !" helping hand, but they eror goiiM? louiid the hills. The i weie not asked. Mr. Picard knew new "road's follow tlk- valley ! lfc woultl ,K of no use for tneJ lines along l he stream engineers pioblem bus Don't be Hunibuscd Again bv Professed Mommmr! Anclin SaleiGolt(in p rth lho . d. rant the popimr muum tailor . Jiixnress rurnoso ol Irani. -oi-thi:- Thei been often solved, that it is easier and cheaper to draw train of .-even loaded cars or TO ton, 70 miles on a level IracJc than to lift tle same train up one mile high and let it down. By the same Utw of engi neering, 4 loaded cats or 140 tons can be drawn iouimI a hill on a uould not do it; so he packed the corpse in the coffin; nailed it up, took the whole luueial upon his shoulder. When we see how little sympathy or feeling there really is in those lepers, we feel like joining Kearney ami shouting with the sand 1 otters the Chinamen must go. Patent medicines in England i now yield a irovernment revenue I 1 .. 1. 1 tt ..-! ..I . ' - levui mion j,v nine jm- . f ci .000.000. hi America . ,- -7 thev imnoveiish nrinteis who are a muh ftUj.), tMiough to become tools to ' advocate the sales on promises of ' the age.ntis to pay. r..., nn.. w. ........ A-rcr-Q WH17 BUY TJRASH WHEN" YOl ' XTaN maln ' ". -GET MUCK KEWEK AND BETTER j ! ' GOODS AT LESS PRICE. J JSitmJ w S3 JELl ' Is is not reasonable that should a ijersun meaning- a 3 j square business desire to dispose of their stock at less; u ..i i. . i .! .. .t. -.. a ' ,...i.i K-.t "'- : ASTOBIA.'OKEGOX. NEXT THIRTY DAYS than market price and without profit at Auction, would he I ToiaaLeiuoiarorauiminruseMoeLors.1 n(Jt chose a much f fied tban oup cjtv? - that an arriving lj ccr vtcKMMT. - ; W i hhi Mil for i ue , y ou a II have been taurnit a lesson a lew montns since . & by the man "mit a license." Xow don't le misled again, J for reference to buyers of Auction Trash I will post them' fj in a few of my prices to compare. XjELIC3DE3 XzXS'QE?. j AmitMt I'rffc. I EIGHT Yltt. I'UKK MXKN C'KASH -I w i:. CTS. "PKR YD TKN YDS.VUUK RUSSIA ( HASH I w ?i'- - " j VVWV. MNKX TOWKl. KXTU V I,AKCK sT l osreu tjcKins ukff.ukp -VT- Greutly Reduced Prices ! My cittlrr vtork. iiHiiiNhts ll law M !" easier than the -me tmiu can lc drawji ovw a. iHrnititaiii hiirl. .'ilasv.jcIniM'tN KicK. While Mr. Tliurfjer ivms to IimmIv .-EHstoiu nulriHul cinpauifs, it is 'i)agod in the Xow Yrn-k auti- sakl, are lrnvms the l.ibles in the cars monopoly mvuut, h' was ne- robound. Thu luiuling litis become fleoting- li own monopoly lmsi- much woin, lyjnrniigaasii3t the iron iicss in Mitfeuchuftrtts. i woukl mcks. bm ihe iusiilf of Hie bunks is .seem from tin- foHowiii". fit.m i"lu- "s K001 ,,s ,,ew- AVorcesxiT Sjn of Alav Gtit : u Um ,H,eu ltJtl l l,Iir tl,e The oleomi.'.nne hill reported r t the imvyyanl, Marc island, to the k'gislaliuol.y llic .wimiilloe S1ms " imx,,, l,M' "K "S'g On agriculture, yesiotday, iKt only J the foremast taken lown, after which forbids the salo of that nt. Morion's the Jimbt will be h..isti-rl out and re- coinpound uiile the word oleo- pliieed by k new ne. The uiachiuerj' inaigaiim ibcoii'-p"uuuly nun Iced and lmll will be extensively rupaiied. on the pnekae. (h in retail .sales on the wrappei romsininir ii, or XEWTO-DA. on a label :iilied to it. but forbids its imp in joiv iul'l iMMitliti"- lol Nl. An oinldeiMof the K of T. Can is tibe in an ikh i. ixitiiuB i w J;i, H)mn j,,,,,,,,, t thls ,inice house oi restaurant, uulcfr- th mim! j.tiiK'nt tor tins acrtiMmrnt. notice oleomari'arijie seived here. , " "M ,. is posted conspiepsh- i t lea.t U W1L1 ,,,,., four places :u the cntui loom, I uti eibai Water stnft.in in nrinfpd liti's of dain Astoria, as KiM oat anil nnwnlwl li .lolin in prituea mipis oi i M M. .shholv. mi1 .Mmiioqlir Htn-t-t o said Koinau. tvpe nut less tban iat. asiaut our anarcconleja by .loan Mc- ..., . ;.,1 ;.. I.v,.-il. mm. .niire.aie in aIanpctMis rqudition. anilun- one inch lit leugtb. 1 lie ,., ..,, 1Iltf v.JJL ,, Tieii.ers of the bill pi ovules a teialtV ol one , 'imiihmi OMineil.aui Mmemilenilcat of , -j . t n " . streets of sHtil eHyliaJis?ilHie all ia their hundred dollar or liupii.-OHUient ; powerto liae Hi saM sifeets repalrcit will for thiriv dhvs foi aiiv iolxtion "", ''L ref.piHisllili Tor anr Iiij'urj onlamace ioi uuii ohs iui hiixiiou i,iiw1h WperMiH JriH'isons In tra cl ot its provisions. ud -fr a econd ' ms;orliaHHi;ArorHUti IIm sniMeorany offense a fine of tv.o hundred dol- ,mj !.ni"rfiK WhmJ. lars oi imprisonment for ninetv ,:. ii. (i:i)vi:i.rr , , l,- , ,. , AMnltor nl Clerk, days, one-half the Jme jretn: to the .woria. Ma r:ih. issi. inlbimei, if he is not a public ol- " ficer, and if he is, to the city or Astoria and Upper Astoria town wheie the offense was com mitted. The inspector of milk is especial' charjred wit it the execu tion of the law. si: taki: the eitv of Dress Goods, 'Fancy Goods, Cloaks, Dolmans, Ladies and Chi id reus Shoes nnd Slippers Al-sO: com rum: i.ini: r MENS AND YOUTHS CLOTH l'NG FURNISHING GOODS, Hats, Caps, Boots, Shoes, a : CKNTS ; ar. kach x i :m t:k rxZEN as art. cents LAUCK SIZE HONEY COM . T)VEI FOl'lt I.AKUC 17.K MOltAIIK TOWKI SIX I.A1UJE SIZE .MOJLMIE TOWELS EXTJIA LAKGETCUICISH Tf"VE!-S EXTI2A FINE UNULEACHEH TAULh LIXICN 1EK YA1JD "aCKN'rs EXTltA FINE IJLEACHEI) TAlihE LINEN i ik CKNTS TritKEY ItEI) TAI'.M! LINEN. PEi: YAKH.... mi I iarrailNl iat r4nr MAKSKILKS I5ED SIMIEAUS .'. IS 2 HONEY COMT. JJED SIMtEADS. LAi:CESlZI5S 9 t !B honey cemi: r.Ei) mmieads, kxtra size... i s am 4 o- U s. K9 - ZH as W IS i:tc. ETC! ETC. llefore purvluisiiiK nr sM4ls elswken c:ill in nnd exiHiiie mv eoorit nh1 irHH".. f it will imyjw well for our I moMr. S. SCHLTJSSEL, VHITE IIOFSE STOHE, Conicr Main iul Clieiiiiinus streets. ASTORIA, OKKGOX. LADIES ()L1D Co LOU HOSIERY LADIES KIIilJED HOSIERY LADIES l'LAIN HOSIERY LADIES RROWN RALRRIOAN HOSIERS LADIES EMF.ROIDERED HoSIEin i MISSES MERINO. STRIPED. 1 VA1R MISSES ENGLISH SEAM, 1 TAIR MISSES FANCY HOSE. EXTRA nCVLITY. TWO PAUL... LADIES HEMMED HANDKERCHIEFS COL ORED RORDERS, :: I'AIR FOR LADIES LINEN HANDKERCHIEFS. I'AIR LADIES IMITATION SIL1CTALL COLORS LADIES PtT RE SILK. ALL COLORS i l SiK-r liws in H.Mli GENTS CANTON FLANNEL L'NDERAX EAR.. GENTS MERINO EXTRA HEAVY UNDERWEAR GENTS RLUE AND RED FLANNEL FNDER- WEAR. ALL AYOOL 1 :m SB GENTS RLUE OVERSHIRTS 1 25 I 73 GENTS OVERALLS AND JUMPERS M 75 GENTS RLUE OVERSHIRTS I 25 I 75 GENTS WHITE SHIRTS I 00 1 50 GENTS PERCALE SHIRTS 1 ( 1 56- GENTS FULL PEGUL.YR MADE HOSE 12!, ROOTS AND SHOES LOAYER THAN THE LOWEST. b1 X H 0 in Q 2B 1 CPAKACH 4 Freight and Passenger Line. The lir.st cJectric railwny now WMMe.- ikeOediii-Ht Hotrf mhI imSr& nintiing in the vicinity of Berlin is J uvhv eoi-ner at so satisfactory tlmt n acootul is pro-' jected to rmrio noiher iHtrkn of j Six O'clock A. M., Daily, the suburbs. , Ah! e.-lt :ilt'mal- Iiihii tlierewlter. Advices from Berlin :uc to the Wl also Leave upporTown from efl'ect that tin German ovfrnment ' Mr. Fords Place at the End of pf!Ii ,i , . the Road, from Van Du- is still seeking by every incans sens Store and from within its power to divert einigni- Mr. Johansens, tion fiom the Tnitca States. Xo EACH ALTERNATE HOUR. doubt "Wilhelm and would rather m-c the llowor of young German iimnhood in the army rather thnn tilling American soil. The Ontario disaster was caused by fools among the passeugers, and should be another warning1 to sensible people to stay at home rather than go upon over-crowded excursion steamers anywhere, for "the fools ye always have in a jam.1' The number of persons on board is now known to be nearly TOO, a burden out of all propor tion to her strength and capacity. The crowd at litist enjo'ed the os cilation of the vessel, which they increased by moving from side to side, shouting "let hei sink, we will only have to wade ashore." Each motiou caused-the vessel to ship water, to the terror of some and delight of othei . When the supports of the upper dork gave way all wis over, and with a terri ble crash the whole thing collapsed. Bismarck ' Mimnlay mslils win rim later to aceomino- iisite me itiiHic The mImiw will K the-tntions furMurtiiig, lit this line 1ms lieeii eMaMisheil fer the iticuiHiiiilalioii of the pulilie.unil will earn jiiewngrrN. IwspHee or freight, to :mv pnit rf eitlH-r eit tliat Isaet'cssililelnteani, 1" A KllS. Tickets will be mM jit the rate of li'i eents prr trip. Itaggage and jmrcels at me rates I- :. nUTI.KK. .Mamiger. .Worn, Maj 27. 1km. PHOTO AND FERREOTYPE s. n. ci:ov. - ri:ori:iirroit ()ifM4to Htiscojial Chinch. S4iieiiKM'he St.. Is ih)h iireimreU to TAKE PHOTOGRAPHS of all Kitolsaiol in the latest Mles. (il'hipaiul Knlnrcing I'lcturs in OH Cra oii.IihUh Ink and Water Colors. All kinils and siis of TitiTyiHK , WE AKE HfEliE G.1W. HXJ1YIE Wholesale and Retail Dealer IN- Q-ROOERIES, PROVISION, LUAIBfiR. ETC.. ETC., ETC., TIN PLATE BLOCK TIN, PIG LEAD, SEAMING C01TE11S, SOLDERING COFPEKS SALMON TWINE, COTTON TWINE, NET LINES, MANILLA HOPE, SAIL CLOTH, ANCHORS, OAKS, FLOATS, MAULS, HANDLES, SnjKIATIC ACID, LACQUER, VAUKISII, TUKPKSTINK. BENZIN'Jv, COAL OIL, GUM HOOTS, RICE. ETC., ETC., ' IN QUANTITIES TO SUIT. ASTOUIA. - - ORECfKY. Si xu sr. as "3 Sit .Witt! 7fi "iTi o o zc K'HBbff o ;r 55 5 . en x. GO o zr.' o zr. I i - a W - P r v. o I 2 Li 1 2 c" r " CD .1 I'iiie Sloek of 1'orein :i:nl 2)o:ues(ie C4lh. Cjissiincrcs niul Twi'smIh. 4. Till! Line orTniloi Trimmings, I'le. T!i i4st Cutler ami Tailor Mill Irlaite up Ii:s (Montis mIIIi Fi:!i f.iiaraiH as f Tii it;iil Finislj. KemeinlHTtlti-M'areall firt elasf regular kohI oi im lw IwhiM ai a iHtx-aml m j I hunt: 11m-mil His rlaxs M-kH:msirf all xrls m men .iiipArH. el?.. I hoiiethat thh :ui iiiaiilil. hi must not imagine beewi-e t .e Mian "mil a Imhm-" offfrs jhi Mtie. i,mhh- liervtiInMMit tnt of town will Ih- )K-nt with. the mitt Im--heai. IKik at prn-es marked in m wiimIow. Ile'ii if o mum solo am- YoirsTralj. 31. I). KaT tim joii will at leat 1h iNr.ii. I hae al-o anentt: - -I.h k si I. Li: 1M. VTIJi WAIMI rta-ru,. u..f u,.ri,.i .. ,.rf....i .., ,,, .j, ..' E COLUMBIA BREWERY THE CHEAPEST The Orcgonian yesterday gave a lull and very intciestinor report of the British banquet in Portland Tuesday evening, .fudge Deadyi, remarks in response to a toast, The British Empire, ate published, ako those of Col. McCrtiken, in re sponse to the Commercial Inter ests of The city of Portland, pro posed at length bv Major Alfred F. Sears. During the evening! excellent music was furnished by Messrs. W. i. Kinross, George Taylor, or Astoria, AV. .1. Burns, John Van Beurden and Arthur Wilson, each of thce goutlemen giving a solo, and forming the spirit and weight of the choruses. Letters of regret were lead from Gov. Thayer, Secretary of Slate Earhart, Generals Wheaton and Greene, Capt. J'eiter and others. t is with a due appreciation of state pride that we are pleased to note such events. HAVE rOMHT TO STAY. Our Im-iiiiki isimill. lint 1 making all our growls. niidiolFllR' imnt and hest mate rlxl wejisk asHSire f onr pnlnHiHejit the Astoria Gaii; Factory, Jvest ilour to hSeens Sin- l'.ooV More, Ojpsite the Hell Tower. PETER R.XXJNTE:', ASTOIUA. OKF.CON. BRICK LAYER 1'I.VIV AM) OKVAMCXTAI. Onlers left at the Occident Hotel, or at my Waivhoitse. fot of Kenton Street, promptly attended to. T l.MU, SANJ IIKICK. nVSTllK, IATII, 1J CVuient, iiiul all materials in my line, furnished to order. tftTSiHjeLnl attention paid to Furnace work and Utilises. Cistern work warranteil goo or no pay. es-Ai,rent5ftn Juan and"cwTacomn Lime. JffiS. H. A. DERBY, MASONIC HALU - ASTOUIA. OKKCOX. Will open her new stock On Thirty, May 5111, 1881. Consisting of A FINK ASSOKT.MKXT Ol The Josephine Seamless Kid Gloves Warranted to be the best in the iHHrket. Also, a large assortment of Infants Wear and Ladies Dres sing Saques. A large ariet of NEW MILLINERY GOODS 1'Hrelm.sed li herself Hats, Boniicfe. Velvets, Satins, Ribbons. Ruchings, Collars, Etc., Etc., MAIN STREET. ASTORIA, OREGON. I TIN PLATE. BLOCK TIN For sale ev Wareliouse at Astoria orl'ortland by K-Xt K A-liFOI K, G CTHKIE A Co. Portland, Oregon.. ONE PKICE ST() RE U "-"-'- guaranteed nt to laniMi in 21 liors. CALIFOENIA ST0RE,'TH r A i ' U' UJ 3:JSJr& I M'l I.LHt IS NeNi: ON 'JTiiS COAST lATTXT fifilJlX' TDiT"-3HDmrVO IN ASTORLi. t,vxlLn xii. luvrainiun, X- nn-Fnmvr, CHEWAMUS STREET, - ASTORIA, OREGON. COKNEK OPPOSITE THE TOST OFFICE.' iM-Onleis left .it the CEICMANI V KKKIt HALL win l.e proniptl. attend..! to."u MOTHER WORT) OF WARNING! X see you Isaac As it is customary this season with merchants to quote prices in advertising-, I will show the public that I Can not be Undersold, and would draw attention to the following; Nino yards pure linen crafclt $1 00 Elcvou yards Russia crash 1 00 Extra largo linon towels. 20 Extra large honey-comb towels...-. ...... 15 Pive inormie towels for HO Extra large Turlcish towels 25 Extra fine unbleached table linen, per yard 45 Turkey red table linen, warranted fast colors, per yard ......... 75 Large size honey-comb bed spreads 75 Extra size honey-comb bet! spreads I 15 Gents good suspenders, and upwards w........,..- 25 Great Bargains in Clothing, .. $ 20 40 Ladies brown or bleached bnlbrigan hose, psrxwb' All other hosiery in porporEion. Gents Canton llannel undershirt; and drawer?, each.... Gents good Merino undershirts and drawers, each Gents good, all wool, red or blue ilannel undershirts and drawers, each 1 2; Ten paii-s gents cotton socles (not wannntecl full regular) for Gents blue sliirls ...I....... All other goods in proportion. I 1 00 75 Great Bargains in Boots and Shoes, Great Bargains in Dress Goods, Great Bargains in Laces, Great Bargains in Hosiery. Great Bargains in Buttons. Great Bargains in Fats. Great Bargains in Furnishino' Goods, Great Bargains in Dress Trimmino'S, Great Bargains in Embroideries, . Great Bargains in oloyes. Great Bargains in House burnishing Goofls,- Great Bargains in all Departments. My Embroideries, Laces, Corsets, and Kid Gloves were all bought direct from importers and manufacturers in New York, and prices are fully 20 per cent cheaper than similar goods are selling elsewhere. This is no advertising dodge, as I have each and every article advertised, and will sell them at prices quoted. c. b:. coep: OHM PRXQS i is Corner of Main and Concomly Streets, ------ ASTORIA, OREGO&V ? -?l r K.