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j-- ---- - CO lklAaWlJ,KLLL!V&BmlXVlll!TJLlJVmnr7r2?i.,lLJIJl.Xt2SBEEZ sxicc glic )uxft) stota. ASTORIA. OREGON: FRIDAY ...... ...."!.....JU:S"E 1G, 1882 J. r. I1ALL0KAV -.Editor. A Hero. Ik the general note of gratulation over their release from their fear ful prison of the seven Comstock miners, at the sadness all feel at the loss of the two brave men who sacrificed their lives in the effort to rescue, their fellows, the heroism of Jack Yandeusen, the miner who made his way alone to the impris oned miners to tell them of the ef forts beinj made, of the relief that awaited them, is deserving of more than passing mention. Few, says the San Jose Mercury, who read the short report of this perform ance will at all appreciate either the perils hazarded or the heroism that grappled with them. One must at least have been through thee tunnels and drifts, when the mines were in their hol liday attire, when the mighty genii that science has invoked holds the demons of these cavernous depths in check, to even imagine the situation when scalding waters and poisonous vapors, breaking their bounds and bursting their chains, sweep and swell through these gloomy chasms. The world never wearies of de scribing the fierce charge, nie deadly strife of the battle field where in the bright sunlight man struggles with man for the mastery. The Old Guard at Waterloo, the "Charge of the Six Hundred," has been again and again told in po etry and prose; but no man who fought at Waterloo, no trooper who followed Cardigan at Balak lava, cither in the horrors that sur- rounded, the dangers that attended, cr the purpose to be accomplished, can compare with the achievement of tins Comstock miner. It was over two thousand feet below the surface of the earth and fourteen hundred feet from this depth that his journey was to "be made. It was through waters brcasl high and scalding hot. It was through vapors, a breath of which was death. His "iiard an apparatus that might fail him at any instant. His pathway, a tiench bestrewn with floating timbers seething,- slim' and horrid dan gers in every form about him; in a darkness that might be felt: where to stumble was to perish, to halt was to die. Through fourteen hint drcd fpet of all this he made his lonely way. He knew the full measure of his danger, for the two who had essayed that fearful jour ney he knew must have perished, and the one who had but passed the the threshold had returned a raving madman. Upon every hand there was death, and death in its nio-t revolt ing forms. Death in the seething, scalding waters that surged about him; in the poisonous vapor that enveloped him. Death in the corpses that he well knew were iloating at his feet.. Death and dead men, perhaps, to gteet him should he reach life prison house of his fellows. It was with all this about and before him that Vandcusen started upon this dreaded expeditior. No warrior upon the bloodiest battle field, no soldier leading u forlorn hope ever met danger so beset with horrors, or faced death with such desperate odds against himself. The price for which all this was risked not fortune, nor fame, nor glory but the hope, slight to all others as a gossamer, that he might at all this risk? with all this sacri fice, restore to their homes his im periled comrades. There are Pantheons in which the rulers of- men will be ever apotheosized there are pedestals to be crowned with the statutes alike of tho butchers and the benefactors of men there are poems and songs that for all time will commemorate the deeds of valor of devotion, and of sacrifice; but when real heroism shall be lonorcd the-true hero shall he crowned first among the foremost shall be found the Comstock miner Jack Vandeusen'. Tiie names of those members of tho judiciary committee of the house of representatives who think that congress has the power to de clare lapsed land grants forfeited, have been published. The names of the others who favor continuing ad infinitum tho Astoria land grant, ought to bo published. Xo one of them, we hope, will ever be a candidate for the presidency of the United States. Co-geessjia- Yoirxo, in his decoration address at Cincinnati, reversed the usual order, and in stead of recounting what the sol dier had done for the country, un dertook to prove that the country hud done its part for the soldiers. The Marysville Appeal savs that a drayman of that city owns tho identical wooly horse which Fre mont rode to California in IS 17, the animal now being about thirtv eight years old. Tin: steamship Canopus, from Hongkong, which we have been expecting here for some time is said to be on the way to San Fran cisco. It is is said that Gen. Slieiman is about to retire, in which event Sheridan will become irener.il ot the army. The immigration at Castle Gar den for May reached the unpre cedented total of 90,019. NEW TO-DAY. Street Improvement Notice. NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVRX that the Common Council of the Cit or Astoria propose to order the improxe uicnt of Hamilton street m ITcClure's Astoria, between the south side of Clie namus street and tho south side of As toria street, by piling, capping and nlankiiii; the same, in the same manner that the other portion of said sticctis improved, and unless a remonstrance signed by the owners of two-tliiidsof the property fronting on said portion of said street he filed with the auditor and clcrkof said city within ten daj s fiom the final publication of this notice the Common Council will mder s.nd im provement to be made. By order of the Common Council. F. C. Xoi'.ms. Auditor and Clerk. Astoria, Oregon, June 18, 1S32. . School Notice. TO TUB LEGAL VOTEK3 Ot' M'lIOUL. District No. 13. Notice is lierc-iiv given that that there will he a meeting on 3'Ionday evcu'nc, at 7:30 p. M., the 2Gth ot June at the school house In said district, tor the purpose of Iftvyinj a school tan. for schor.l purposes for the ensuing year, and for such otlier buluei? :is mav comn befote ih meeting. Byori'eror tliulkunl of school director,. C. V. SHIVELY Cicrlt. .VET FOUXO. J Hth. WEAK SAN ON JUNE Hth. NEAR SAND ISLAND about 110 fathouH 40 mesh, 12-ply No. 10, Harbours thread. Nctcoiks marked U. O. Owner can find sauia at Cook's net rjeksf Sand Island. rrrrKit nelson. Sand Island, June in, lwfl. st-ltw To The Public. I HEREBY' GIVE NOTICE TO WHOM IT may concern that on ami after tl.U data 1 will not be lesnonslblc foranv lcits that my wife, Marcel ina Carlen. mav contract. I'ETEKCAKLSEN. Personal. II. B. Litt, proprietor of the whole&ilo and retail suit honse, of Portland, will make the handsomest display of satin, silks, brocades and Bhadnma satin mantelts ever known on the c.ust at special prices. WET IjOST. ON TIIE NIGirr OF JUNE 10th. Ur.J.OW wreck of Great KennLlic:2."iO fntlmins. 40-mesb , 30-10, Baroburs ; no marks on corks, selvasc 32 cotton twine, on cork lliic2st.le.nl line 2J. Iave at OCCIDENT PACKING COMPANY. .im-ir.1 SET LOST. On NiGHTor.iUNEinrn.A riFt'Kor 40 meh net Scotch, No i;. Icft-handcd lines; wooden br.oy and end corks marked 11. G. Net lost oft" wreck ot Great Ueiiniillc. Lca c informal imi with II. flurisi: -ii s i AUAIU&CU. XKT KOUXO. ON TIIE NIGHT OF Till. 12T1I, OX Ctat-on hpit, about luo fathom, with one red lmnv. m:trl..-i! rvmL- a.-.-w- .r JOHN A. DEVJJ.VS caimerv. ii-ll.r-t' .VCT LOST. ON" Sl'XDAV Al'Ti'RXOOX. i 'till: middle winds. ir.nf:ittiftm.tif to win. black buoy, marked o. 10. Tho finderwill be rewarded liy If a ins it at W.vitliorliv & Thonies'. for t'HAHLKY IIUlBKirr. eis-3t r.T Fouxn. ON TUI3DAY JIOltXIXG, THE Hill: about CO f.itlinm net. ir. imli u u tir.ur'c o. 12, marked W. T. Jxier can liae it by applyins; nt the station of the t'olumbi.i Canning Company. NOTICE. PATRONS OF THE WELCH IIILI. Water Works Ieatin" their i.lnoi-u open orushiKhoe for sprinklim; stiecti.nr wastme water in anv irar. nill lim liiir miter shut ofl without further notice. JAMES W. WELCH, Aprr. Notice to Contractors. BIDS WILL BE RECEIVED BY THE undersigned at Astoria until nocn. June yO. 1882. for furnishinc tho matenal and la bor for the construction of a brick buddies KMOO feet, 3 stories high, to be erected hi isiuuu iur me jaa ! euows Linu ana lluild lng Association. 1'ians and specillcations to be seen at the Occident Hotel. Tha m-lit f resen-cd to reject any and all bids. uy oraeroi ine Jioam or Directors. A.J.MEGLEi:.Sec'v. Oregonlan copy. J n t dtd." IIOrSF. AX X.OT TOR S.Vi.K. lu Olney's Astoria. HOUSE ONE STOEY AND A HALE. Has six rooms, wood-shed. .hicLni. house, etc, and a never-falling, bring spring of giod water on the lot. Price. SSjQ. Loca tion, about eight minutes' walk from Post office. Apply to E.C.H0LDEX, jw-u. Aeai xigie vgent. A.. V.- Allen,; (siuockssor to r.or. .1 allkn.) XYVulcaaJsand reaul tHalei in tro series. Prvvigions, Qta&k-e? Glass ami Plated Ware. TUOI'IGAL AND KOMI-STIC FRUITS AND VEGETABLES. Tii'etlier Willi Wiues, Liquors, Tobacco S Cigars The largest mid most c.mii.I-'lfl stock ol roo.1 in :ln-ir line Jo lm found In the city. Cnni.'riifCassjii'dSijiieinoriheStieets, ASTOIilA. OREGON. HILL'S MIRtIBs". GHO. IIIIJh -AVAIrnitFAKKS, - l'ROI'RII.TOlt STAGE JIAXAGER Kotr Stars in Ilapid Succot!o:i ! Eniatseuieiit of KICHARDS and EVANS T!ie llnnai-fhs of Sons nml tl.mre. KISS NITA IZARLZ:. (ir.EN or SONG VXD danci:' Tin: ;iit till Hie Vr::r. irrr.iriuiiurr I'.m ry .Visit t. t:;illlr Itnnze m" Cm. maillliK' 0:ire :i V'!.. fomiiiUliijinll the Litest SOKCR, DAECES AUD ACTS. Ve give the Best Variety Entertainment In the West. The th.:ilre Is i-ion.le'I nislill. ned .ill iholtap witnessed llieetilirl.iiunient iro liour.i o it lo I.e ifiiiil lo .-mj- hen clM'v.here. Jlr. Hill :i a raterer for the jmlilicS amnvMneiit ran mi lie eeeilid. Aiijbrnlv uiihhiK ! -piiil a ilea.ant eeiiiie4 and see s!;uUii'.ir ult :md li.';u!i. uilliiiiit vul Karilj.sln'tilii iiiiimive 11ieiinilniiily nuil eonie. The nxniMii) (ini'iiilsesti'.e lolhrnin !!- kiiimn Arti-ts JU-.S r;.n: Wm.to.s". JIis-i Uii'i-ii: Cook. Mi:. Cnvr.i.iN uoiii.M!. Mi:. .Ioh.v Cook, Mi:. AV.M.ir.i: r.i::;t. Allot Uucli v.ill Kiine.iriiMl.llx hi tin Ir dif fluent .iveiiiltieN. Oliea air eoneert r erj eieiiln: wrfuiiii-a:ici'i-omnie:ioln:it S; eulramv tull.entri niillentnii street ; niate Imes nu lien.i mnsslieel Look outf!r New Stars. I! AN S K N luio'l'HR ll's. Architects and Builders, All KIikIn lit lliiini'3v(irk iloai- nt xliorti-j.1 notief. Mi.i Comer of Cas and Aslor Mn-el, arioiiia. .... oi;i:gox Bress Making. Mrs. T. S. Jewell. t')i Mails, opposite Mis. itoser'.' Ho.1iiIiik llniie. $1,000 Reward. rgim: wen or jiy xins is or isar- JL hour's Xo. in. 12-nlr Twine. Mi.tn.-li jiiesh. n nie-lies deep: fork line" sal- vaseil Willi xo. . enttdti Iwlne and load linP with X. 32: ioik- ni.lrkPd J. Hume. I ulll n:i a Kkwaimi nv IK.- Tiiou vxi Doi.i.aus to any person fmnMi ing 1111111111.111011 k-adiit? to Ihe arrest :m,l eomiolion of parties engaged in entlingor stealing any net belonging to the under signed t'uriiig the Calling season of iss. lUM.l'Jl in .ui.. BOAT AXJ Xl!T LOST. A J-T.W KISIlIXd 150 VT. l'AlVli:i " while on out-iide and bnmn eoiorin sl.le.iMili iiniiiarksoruiiiiiberiipnn her, has Ix-en eii-siiijx sun-e Tliurd.iy, .hir.clsl. Mie un run by t'hrii Ilcmland, JeiiM-n Lir-en bn it puller. Tlie net was id ineslu-,. Har bour Xo. l.'. (ottnu line-; bid leil-hamled. Cali-aui7iHl iron Imojs marked "S. Ii A. S. On." riiliowhiKli tiiepailicuiar deseiiptlon of the hn.it: Ij'iithoxerall..fcetriinches: keel. oak. 21 li-et 4 inches lone ; benni. 7 feet inches; thwart-, all llr, 1', Indies lliick; rial, kneed, oak timbers, oak cmiwale, spiked Inslde-tbiibeis; eenler-lioard, 7 feet loin;: spnice pLmkimr. and deck. A liberal le wardnillbe paid for any authentic Informa tion In rcnird to the men, boat or net bv the undersigned. S. I). ADAIK & CO." je&tlw CITY BOOK STORE. We are constantly recei ins new additions to our stock and have the finest and largest assortment ot variety poods' in the cily. Combs, Brushes, Stationery, Frames Celluloid Goods. AUoiir kooiIi are marked hi plain figuies Call and examhio quality and note prices. CHAS. STEVENS &S0X If you want nare wines and Iinnnra of all kinds, go to J. V. Conn's ilruc; store, opposite ucciuent Hotel, tt a r-- OKI v. Dissolution of Partnership iEIEt.Q'lVEDPr'S; TJ23 EC3 ASK THE FOLLOWING : Is it an object t s;ivc Five Dollars on a Beautiful Clonk or Dolman, the haiulsoinest in Astoria? Is it an object to save a Dollar on a Dress? Is it an object to save Fifty Cents on a pair of Shoes? Is it worth while to save money in purchasing Corsets from the largest assortment in Astoria? If so, CALL AT THE CALIFORNIA STOHE They arc closing out business. Clolliiiif $5 Less on a Suit than any otter Store in Astoria ! ;o; C25XFmriL STOSE. Opposite P. O., Astoria. Oregon. .m leuoBBUOM'ee and ISffl.) 1 tHrjliii&JlS SciSMM;." 2, Bu H-.'WrSS, TWO DOOitSEAST OK OCOIDEKT, - - ASTOKIA, OKKGON -V ,. -..-.n.,-. J-. . rw - --- - ' CHAS. HEILBORN, .man upactuuki: of; FiiPvN'rriTTrR r- beddttsto AND DKAI.KK IN Carpets, Oil Cloth, Wall Paper, Mirrors, Window Shades, Lace Curtains, Picture Frames and Ttlouidinns, WINDOW COKN1CKS AND Cl'llTAlN l'OLES 'o!ii)ilete in eterj branch. MARTIN !j:m:i: in FURNITURE BEJDTXG-. Corner Main anil KU'tiiiun Slreetv. .thtitrin. !feicn, WINDOW SHADES AD TRIMMINGS; LOOKING GLASSES, ETC. V fiimpii'fe lerl.. PRICES AS CHEAP AS QUALITY WILL AFFORD. am. KixDS tiF rirusrrsrssi: ks:imi::i:i) xxn vxn7.jsiu:n. Leinenweber & Co., P. I.KIVI-NWilKKII. K.srAi:usiiKi Itr.. ASTORIA. UltKdON, ti:i.'.": CI iUlJillO IIUU UUiUUilil HI I .Manur.ictnieri and Iinpon.-iN d I 1.1. KINDS OF AND FINDINGS Wholesale Dea'cis in OIL AND TALLOW. oa-Ilig!iest casli price .i!d for Hides and DrcssTYt ftl-l-tT s; , Plain anil I-'nncy SEWING ' OP ALL KIUJDS ! I Pint", made Ii- the let stIc froln ' Satisfaction Qn.ii'.-iu teed. MRS. G-EO. HIXjLER. Xcxt'iloar toJVciton lloiw. jell ( SIhIoH's Cough anl Consumption wu.l. .3 oum i in .... Kuat-iiiiirc. Jl I cures consumption. Sold by W. E. De- M 8 7V). . &. - - r c tu i o frwfisaTtasrffuOv Ugfri 'a as .MA" IS!" II i t'l $ Vj. I v. i 1 A VV Jib A t ,... ..fi.i. .i.i- m. Im. Ai-nt fi-r tin- '"i Ii-br:'.tril sJti-3."- !:il':ii i'utiU .slm. MEDALLION RAXGE. -'II AM IITTIM-S A M'ICIAL1. N'mie hill the lie-f v.-uUlm 11 emp'ojed. 11 mil I. gu ir.nire...l nr no e'l-itye. OLSEN, 3- --- w' K- dememt. AsioiiiA. oki:c;o. DRUGS A'ND CHEMICALS. Tnilpf atA Ti,nnpw Arliploa '.PATEPJT EIEDICirJES, ETC. r-5r,I'rescnptlnns eatcfully eomiKinnded'at Iioiirs. tSIIomeopathIc Tinctuifs and l'ellcts, ' and Huiuplirej's Specifics aKo kept. LOEB & 00., .ior.iu:i!.s in "Y J JJg LLQUOKS. AND CIGARS. Aci:xT.s rei: tiik Best San Francisco Mouses and Eastern Distilleries. I3?"A!1 sontN sold at San Francisco Prices. maix sti:i:jct. Opposite Tarkcr lloase, Astoria, Orecon. "-... Ml. va ''fcBSSssSks. FOURTH OF Firemen's ?o "fco UNDER THE AUSPICES OF ASTORIA ENGINE COMPANY NO. I. On Tuesday Evening, July 4th, T TPTRi -Honorary II OX. A. VAN DUSEX, 1I0X. AV. V PARKKI:, . HON. -TOIIXHAIIN", 1I0X. C. AV. FULTON, V. E. DEMEXT, A. AV. BElJllY, CAIT. GEORGE IT.AA'EL. Reception C.A. MAY, 1!. ii. FRAXKLJX, J. STRAr.-S, -Floor Committee.- .T. G. CHARTERS, I.. E. SELIG, G. V. AVIIEEI.I-.i:. Tickets. l.iiliiiiiiir Gentleman and Lady, 81.50. Tie Pole of Astoria ad Vicinity is Corilally Invited to Attend. 3. !:. ?n ;)!mt;hI:i1i!i' Cl::ir:i'tfis Mill be adiutlted. Tickets :ui : ii-.st! ol'ntij :siem!:-i- il (lie (oiiiiaiiy:iiiilnt all (lie jirlucl pill lr-s tl" J Ii i.. ' !JV iillUi:il or TJIK COMMITTEE, F!m A, M!3sfgoisiery, (Sl'l i:SMi: TO JAl'lvlNh S. .MONTdO.MUUY.) - JilsL J f, --jgjgy53 J., COICAKR !' jIIX-XSI AsrsaXA, - 7Ull I J BUiW, IJIII.UIIUIM'HH OtKIKODlH & mn AM)- elfelS, ARE THE BEST. And cost no more tlyn other hrands ; and it j the Merchant itli whom jon trade docs not i.ecp our (loods.it Is lieeau-,e it nays! better to sell a, lair of Hoots or Show ctcrvl ...u ..a MUB ui.iu cinj lour or live. Wl. (5UAII.VXTEE KVEKY I'AIR VK MAKE. Ail Mercliants in good cicdit can piocnrc thesj Goods at onrAVarthoiiseN in rortl.md or san rrancisco. i ry our "HtRCULES Patent Boots i HECHT BROS. &. CO. .Tnct Ronoitrail I .II7ST i:i:peitii at Tin: riiisxrn'ia: and earpet store of (;has. Ilei lliorn a larse stock of JJrussels caniet. in elegant patterns at f mm 8." cents to ?t5 per yard. et Your Pliotosraiilis. W. B. Sloane lias locafeil a pliotosniph ..-.Unworn. Tnmn.nt. nml lrt-C 1-ilTtlUr I ne.nr.l .iliertv lmll. where he is nrcnnrcil I to do first-class work. Call early and get your photos while you Have n chance to get the best. ,gis!,JS2, I rWllll feiESM3 slj -.r- kj Ai r r. JULY Bress Ball. G-iven- KATINGRINK. Committee. HON. C. S. AVRIGIIT, HON. J), c. ikelakd; IIOX. F. J. TAYLOR, A. .1. MEGLER, KOBT. CARRUTHEIIS, J. r. HALLORAN, CAVT. J. G. HUSTLER. Gommittee.- i G. REED, r. j. goodmax, G. IIAXSEX, CHRIS. EVEXS0X, A. C. FISHER. 1 IT. SPELLMIER. iig.vli:i:s ix Tin, Sheet Iron and Copper Ware. A (lcner.il Aswtmcutrof HOUSEHOLD GOODS. Agents for 3Iago Stoves and Itanges The Uest ill the market. rniuibiu !;ooiN of all Kinds on lund. Job work done in a workmanlike manner. .UlI-'I-'KItSOX STREETS, OREGON. Barbour's No. 40 1 2-Ply SALMON TWINE I CORK m LEAD LINES, SETNE TWINiES. A Full Stock Now on Hand. HENRY DOYLE & CO., l 1 .HarUet Street. Sau FraucUco Sole Afreiits for the Pnciflc Coast. M.YKTIXFOAIU). J. J. STOKE!, FOARD & STOKES, Wholesale and retail dealers (n tr 1 1 irrMl .,. W'OOCL ilQd WlllOW-Ware. J , GROCERIES, Tobacco, Cigars, Wines and Liquors rOKHIGX .VXD DOMESTIC Fruits and Vegetables. f S XU O XJ" Et, FI B D COUNTRY PRODUCE, Axr In in- '..! wr i - I "euerai iuiiiuuasiuu lliercnaais 'ls -. OKfcUOJ. Xext to Oregon Itailvray & Nav. co's Dock. dw