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" I ,c ' fixe gfoxla gisfandasu ASTOKIA. OREGON: SATURDAY-IT. JUNE 17, 1382 J.V. HALtORA-V ..Editor. rioncer's Itcnniou. The tenth annual reunion of the the Pioneers of Oregon, was held at Salem last Thursday. It was a joyous occasionto all who "partici pated. Ex-Senator James Kelly being introduced, alluded briefly to the wilderness existing in Ore gon when the early pioneers first entered its boundaries, recountered the dominion of. the Hudson Bay company in the" early day, be fore anjr form of governmental law was or could be enacted by the incoming American settlers; spoke of the formation of the provisional government by the settlers in the year 1843; outlined the state of affairs existing on this northwest .coast, under the joint occupancy of American and Brit ish subjects, whose respective governments, claimed the. country and for years disputed for its final possession; briefly outlined the coming, the objects of it, and the trials and hardships of the early missionaries, showing that their intentions at first were simply to christianize the Indian tribes, but whoe labors finally aided so ma terially in the settlement and early development of the country; spoke of the class known as "the free trappers" Who, in the course of their predatory wanderings, drifted into the AVillamctte Valley and became "Independent" settlers, aided by their boldness, energy and inherent love of coun try, in finally wrestling this rich domain from the dominion of the Hudson Bay company, and conse quently from the British govern ment; detailed tho dibits of the M-ttlers and their few friends in Consiess to secme tli extension of the United States laws over tho youn territory, and the long and persistent neglect of Congress to heed the petitions aml urgent wants of the new settlers; paid a merited tribute, in passing, to Senator Linn, the best friend the pioneers ever had in those early days, of struggle and privation; spoke of the first attempts to form a provisional government by the settlers which took place in 1811, appointing a committee, into'whose hands was placed the responsible duty of administering certain laws and regulations. This comhiitteu was short-lived, going out of- existence in tho fall of that year. In 1S43 another effort was made in the same direction, which met with better success, and finally resulted in the formation of what "ir known as the provincial govern ment of the territory, which was consummated at a meeting held at kChampoeg on the second day of May, 1S13. A legislative com mittee,was elected to frame neces sary laws, their session being lim ited to six days, and their emolu ment being $1.23 per day, to be raised by subscription. The com- mittee reported to a general moet ing held on tho 5th of July fol- following. Their report was adopted and the organic law was formed and went into operation under an executive committee of three, con sisting" of David Hall, Alansbn Burr and Joseph. Gale. The gov ment thus formed was an import --ant factor-or-agency in finally com pelling -the attention of congress and the -final adjustment of the v exedquestion of joint occupation .of. this section of our government and that of Grett Britain, and the settlement of the dispute between the two governments as to the boundary lines; recounted the fact ot 'the Whitman massacre and its startling effect upon the jroung aud unprotected settlement; then, related the promptness with whieb,volunteers" vera raised, and the .offending tribe quickly and -.severely chastised. The speaker -spoke of tho final and formal rec- ' ognttioh of our existence and wants "by the congress of the United States, and the establish-ment?-of- a territorial government .everOregon. TnE latest efforts of the icono clasts is an attempt to prove thct Thomas Jefferson was not tho au thor of the Declaration of Inde pendence. Those dreadful image breakers will next assert that the story of George Washington and tho cherry tree is but a myth. - Oxe hundred and seven yeais ago to-day was fought the Battle of Bunker Hill, and while liberty is loved and courage 'honored, will be applauded the spirit that stirred the souls of the men who made that memorable stand against the English power. The editorial Bunsbys of Cali fornia agree in saying that the recent election in this stato "shows that it is imposible to. make an issue on a question where there is no difference of opinion." It is considered probable that a bill will shortly be reported from the senate territorial comniitu-e favoring the admission of Wali ington as ft state, "With Tdaho attachment." A. V. Alto, oif OBNIA STQte, ! . ?fe ' i iicinviinif - .' - -i- ru- -rj oTTzt. Jl J Kj JA Jl XJL Giass and Plated Ware, TltOPIOAl. AND DOMESTIC FRUITS AND VEGETABLES. Losg quotations from the Argo nautare not so numerous in our exchanges ns they were previous to election. NEW TO-DAY. Together Willi Wifles,Lipors,T(il)accoICiiars Tlie lainjit and most complete slM-k ot soods In tlit-lr line to bo found lu'the city. Corner ofCiiNS and Sn,ucinocj)io Streets'. ASrOULV. OUKHOX. Dissolution of Partnership -sr?wr,oi ., X . TI T &J OF JULY Firemen's Dress Ball. 3?c "too G5--7-03a.- Summons. IX TIIEtCIKCOrrCOUETOFTUU STATE of Oregon, for Clatsop County. IsaaaBerRnian and A. W Berry, 1'llTs r. Charles Leltoy. Deft. Intlie name or the Stale of Oregon. u are hereby rcquirwl to appear and answor the complaint oi tnennote nauieii piaiumn nied against J ou In the above entitled court and cause on or before this lirst day of tin nct regular term of said court fnllim mu the nublleallou hereof, which day is Tuesday, the m-st day oi August. 16S2. and if you fa so to appear and answer, the plaintiffs ull apply to me couri lur m lenci uuih-uuh-h in said complaint, to wit : judgment for the sum of twelve-hundred dollars U.S. Bold coin and Interest tlieroon since the i'Jtii day Februarv. 1831, at tho rate of t(-n per cent per annum and costs and disbursements oi tUiSNuit. Al-o a decree of forec'osuteof ltiortsaRe on, and sale of that parcel vt land In Clatsop Count v, Oicson, described asS. W. U of Sec. 21, T. S X., ot K. S W., ill.iin ette meridian, and for such other relief a-. shall bo equitable. This simimnus U seivrd unon von b pi-- lication thereof iu pnrsuauce of an onler cf the llou. itnlevnMnu.duugc oi mo awtnt eiititled court directh.K tho same, made on Ihc ICtn tUy or June, a. i. i!-c. I.tJ.A. UOWI.I1Y. d-e-s't Attoruey for rialntiDs. SET Forxn. OX Till: AFTEltXOOS OK TI1K r.Til. outside striped buoy. 130 fat holes. I.". tncsli. 11-plv, harbour's twlae; maiks cu iori:s C. C. C. O. : mi marks on lead . Appl) tuOAKI.HUNftOX.atKlimej's canuerj. .Iul9d:t OE0.11U.!., -AVAf.TEll 1'AltKS, - - IMIOl'Ulin'On - STAOK Is it an object to save Five Dollars on a Ilwiuiiful Cloak or Dolman, the handsomest 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? It so, CALL AT THE CALIFORW5A STORE The) areclosing out business THE AUSPICES OF ASTORIA ENGINE COMPANY NO. I. On Tuesday Evening, July 4th, THE SKATING RINK. HILL'S VAiUlTIES. m1 Clotliiiif 5 Lsss on a Suit to any oilier Store in Astoria ! New Stars in Kapiil Sncccssion ! I'-nsagf-ment vt 11TCHARDS and EVANS I tie Mnmirrbh of SiniK-iiml tam-o. BUSS NITA EABLE. thi: ii'i:ex or soxn and dam'i.i -Honorary Gommittee.- IIOX. A. VAX DUPEX, 1IOX.AV. "V. IWltKF.I, II OX. JOHN HAIIX, f OX. C. AV. FUr.TON", W. i:. DEMEXT, A. AT. BERUY, T M'T. GEORGE FI.AYEL. 1 IIOX. C. S. WRIGHT, HON. T. C. 1RELAXI), IIOX. F. J. TAYLOR, A. J. MEGLER, I ROUT. CARRUTHERS, .T. F. IIALLORAX, 1 CATT. J. G. HUSTLER. OA2.IFOK2-5. STOB.B, Opposite P. O., Astoria, Oregon. set roi?xi. OX JOSE Htli, SEAlt SAND ISfAXI) alout ua latl.'uin 40 mi-sli, l2-ily Xo. 40, Harbours thread. Xt'tcosks nuiritrd 11. U. Oivners -m find c.ime at Cook's lu-t nicks, Sand Wand. 1X1UJ.)U. Sand Island, June 15, ItSi. jt-;tw To The Public. IIIEKEUV GIVK NOTICE TO WHOJI IT may concern that on :md after tlili date I illnoilere;i)on!.ibln fornnv rteuts tint my wife, Mareellna Carhtn. inav eoulraet. PE'lEUt'AliJ.SKX. xi:t jost rv tiik xrmiT of jrxi: isth. kewjw J wreck of firest KepuLUe, SW fathom, 40-meali,30-10,Baroburs ; nomaiks on eoiKs. selvage d2 cotton twine, on corlc U11c2x.le.11l ilno il. Leave at OCCIUCXT PACKING COMI'ASV. .Iul-1.1t 0rn U ' Ve.ir. lVrroi-iiinurc V. r.v Mslit. Kiillrr i'liiiusc r Pro- gramme Once a MecK. ri.iiijiilcins all tho late-t SQKCS. DAMCES AND ACTS. . We give the Best Variety Entertainment In the West. The theatio i:. crowdrd nishlly. and all lxi have witne.wd U'.e ntertainiiieiit !ro nonitce It to lie emul In aio Sen elwu here. llr. Hill as .'- e.ilrrer for the public's, aimcmeut e.m not be excelled. Anjlwidv uisliini; tii fiiu-.'d a ple.iN.iiit evciilnj: and sec Murklitw wit iindlieauly wllhoiit vul uarity, shotilil linpiini- th.i opjiort unity and come'. The eo.niiany eniiiiiiKtstlns follow injt uell knunii ArliNtNt JtHfl I'annie Walton. SIliS I.OI'IE rooif. Mi:. Or.ni.rf KOiii.kk. Mn. John' Cnoic, J!iu Walter Paiiics. All of which 1111 appear nightly In their dif foruof specialties. Open air conceit cxeij exeimie; peiform ancuconinipnciitZK: 8: entrance to theatre on Kenton street; pntM Jjuro 011 fhena nuiN street. Look out for New Stars. nn. heJBossUoifee and 1 ea ro rj . .Jt S&f may r.i: hah or K11.HA"WES AInii. ISitik' VOI.K AfiKNT. Aaeiit f.'i the iiM'iaied S'.iiini fookSlflie. MKDALUON RAiXfiB Ml AM lir.lM'.S A.-siTOlAIIY. None bill Hie I e-t woiKmen employed. 1 11 TWO DOORS E.VST OF i)CriDEKT. Allwoik -ii.iranteed or no chaise ASTORIA, OREGON C. A. :.f AY, I!. B. FRAXKL1X, J. STRAINS, Reception Committee. ! G. REED, 1'. J. G00D5LVX. G. IIAXSEX, -Floor Committee.- .1. G. CHARTER?, L. E. SELIG, ti. v. avhf.eli:r. I CHRIS. EYEXSOX, A. C. FISHER. I II. SPELLMIER. Ti!kots. hiclndiiig Gentleman :unl Lady, 81.50. The Pole of Astoria aid Ticily is Mially Invitefl to Attend. X. 15. s( tKi-,,:ila3.!i- Clir:i-ai's iUI hf niluitttea. Ticliels -.in fee h:iJ oraisj im-mln'f i" tin- Company iiml at till the prlnel; '::t Ntri". ol" J5u !fj . nv o::i:k or 'rur. committee. SET X.OST. OX NIOIIT OF .1DKE 1JT1I. A PI IXi: OK W meilinetSfotcli, -So 17, left-handed lines ; wooden buoy and curl .cortt nyuked II. O.Sct loitoll wicekof Oreat Kepiil.lic. Leave information null 11. UKL'ISK.at f. . ADAIR & CO. XKT FOCSD. OS THK NICIIT OF T1TB 12TH. OS Ciatop Spit, aliont 100 fathoms, v.itli one red Jinov, marked '-Cook." Applv at JOHN A. DEVLIS'.S cftiinen-. jel 1-st NOTICE. TnE T-ATltOXS OF IT Water Works leaving their WELCH H1I.I, aucel' ojien oriislnRhONe for spihiKllng streets, or ;asun waier 111 au tu.v, iu iiat' loeu water sunt 011 w iinoui iiiriuer nonce. JAMKS W. WEIXJlf, ARent. Notice. THE DKLISQIIENT TAX .1101.1. PuK Ilia ..nnH ICill ,.nt1ifii. ,m ili n ir.irH.nl -K. V11U .1.11 1POI, IVnVIIIEl l 1 Ik H, .11 l.Ul from tho County Court for the collection rif the same, is iu my hands. Delinquent tas. payerswill please .scttlo at once ami atre eosw. A.JI. TWOlIllI.Y. mj-3 Sheriff. Dress Making. I'.Y Mrs. T. S. Jeweit. Up stairs, opposite Mrs. nnsri-s' ItoatiliiK House. $1,000 Reward. mHE WP.H 0K MY XLTS IS OK T.Alt JL liour'n No. 'W, i?-ply Twine, tlis-lncli mcsli, 4 ineihes dtep: cprK lipo sal vased with Xo G cotton ' muie ana lead line tvilli No. 02; corlcs marked J. Hume. will juv a P.r.vrAnn or O.vr. Tuoi'.s.iKjj I)siJ-vi:s to any erson fiirnish IiiK informatioa leadiiiK to tho arreNt and eoiiMetion of parties riiisised In.ctittincor Mcalini; any nets helonxiil? Jn tlifl nniier- sicneil tint Ins thelisiiingKcaNonoi i. .lOMJl'H IIL'ME, IIOTIMK ASK LOT IOIt SAM:. In Oliiey'M Aotoria, HOVSE ONI'. STORY AND A HALF, lias sic rooniK, uooil-slicd, chicken house, etc., and a net er-failiUK, IU inc spring of good water on tho lot. Price, S&jo. loca tion, about eight minutes' walk from Post office. Apply to K. C. HOLDltX. jec-tf Real Estate Axciit. Street Improvement Notice. X'OTICE IS IIEREBr G1VEX that the Corniuoii Council oftlio Citv of Astoria proposa lo order the improve ment of Hamilton street in MeCIiirp's Astoria, between the euli: sjile of Clie namus street and the south side of, V tor street, by pllintr, capping an.i 'ilankinK the same, in t.ie same manner that the other poition of said street is Improved, and unless a remonstrance signed by the owners of two-thirds of the property fronting on said portion of said street be filed with the auditor find clerk of said city within ten days from the final publication of tins notice tlif Common Council will order said ini wrovement to bo made. Bv order of tho Common Council. K.aXonr.iN. I Auditor and Clerk. A-itria, Oregon, Juno 1C, J8S2. ' School Notice. fJlO THE LEGAIi VOTERS OP SCHOOL JL DistilctXo.18. isoucelsherelivgiici that taat there will be a meeting on Monday eveuioc, atvDjvr., the 2Cth of June, ?t BOOK STORE. We are constantly receiving new additions lo imr stock and have thellnest and larCNt assoitment of variety :onds in the city. Combs, Brushes, Stationery, Frames Celluloid Goods. AlljuurKOods ase luarkixl inptejn figures Call and exapiinc quality and note prices. CIIAS. STP.VKNS S.SOX CHAS. HEILBORN, MANUF-USTURKil OF; FURNITURE a BEDDING. AND PKATiER IN Carpets, Oil Oioth, Wall Pa)er, Mirrors, Window Shades, Mce Curtains, Picture Frames snd Mouldings, WINDOAV COltllKlES AHJ) fjrjlTAIN VOl.TSS Complete In eveiy liratieh. $500 Reward. We will iiav the abov reward for any ca-so ofUver Complaint. 11 siiep.ia. .Sick Head ache, imlixcitron. CoiiNtipatlon or Coslive ness we cannot euro, with WeNt's Vesetahle IJver Pills, wlicn the directions are strictly compiled with. They -are pin e!y Vegetable, and neer fall to Eie .satisfaction. Sugar csated. I jriio botes, contalnins so Tills, 25 cents, rprsale by all Drug;ists. lleware of cotmteifelfs pjd imitations. Tho Kenuiue mrimfacturcd onlv br Joity C. West & Co., "T.io Pill JIaker," lit and US W. JladLson St., Chicago, i'reo trial ii?ika;io sent by mail prepaid on receipt of a 3 cent stamp. W. E. Dement, asent. purpose of levying a schogl ta; for school purposes for tho ensuing year, and for cu- j other buslues as way come befcre' Uit meeting-. By order of the board of school directors. C.W. SHI YELY Clerk, Health ig Wealth. Hr. E. C. West's Xeryo and ISratu Treat ment: a siiecific for Hjsteria. Dizineu. Con ulsions, .Nervous Headache, .Ment.il I)e. iiresiiou, Ixiss of Jlcmory, bperitfctorrhoea, lmpotency. Involuntary Emissions. Prcpm lure Old Arc, eausetl by over-'certion, ielf abuse, or over-indulgence, which leads to misery, decay and death. One bos will ourft recent cases. Iiach bo contains one months treatment. Ono dollar a bn, or six botes for live dollars ; Rent by mail prepaid on re ceipt of price. We guarantee sit boes to cure any case. 'With each order rccehed by us for six boxes, accompanied with five dol lars! we will sendthe purchaser our written guarantee to return the tnoncv it tho treat ment does not effect a cure. Guarantees ls Sifed onlv bv W. E. Dement, dniznist. As toria. .Qreoa. .Orders by mill at regular f..vv.f. MARTIN OLSEN, TS tl? I 11 I V 2-4 -' J'fc? FURNITURE BEDD.10-. Cornet- Stahi art rinn-nioiiin Streelr.. Asloiia.Oivaon. WINDOW SHADES AD TRIMMINGS-; LOOKING GLASSES, ETC. I Coi.tplrlr .-loci.-. PRICES AS CHEAP AS QUAMT? WJLJ. AFFORD. am. Kixns or Fi'iKwrrnrc Ri:r.iiRr. axr rA'Rsjsui:i. J&i 81 I IISSOI: TO .1 PKI-n & MONTOOMI'.P.V.) !)I'.M.i:UH is Jin, Sheet Iron and Copper Ware. A r.enerel Assortment.'oi HOUSEHOLD COOPS. Agents fof illngec Stoves and Kangea The I'.est in the inaiket. I'liiuililu giMids of all kinds on lhauJ. Job work done In a workmanlike manner. .IKVFiUlKOV STRKF.TS, cqitsr.i; ?!' !A'Sk..ixi -TOSt, iiiiiiiiuaiiii k DBdDT'S -AND- & Lpfiipipycber & Co.. THTi 33. StSUvXSlSTT. .stokia. oi:i:t:ox s i r. i.Ki.VKNivriiK.n. n. '"' v lMTAlJLllllKIl InB. ASTOKIA, OKKtJON, TAMES m PRRIERS, .Mauuf.icturej-s and Iiiiporler.s i.J AM, KINDS OK AND FINDINGS Wholesale. Dealers Iu OIL AND TALLOW. . johbkiwin i JMrnjshest cash price, paid for Hides and! WFWKS. Tallow. ' ' l -..i jjo DRUGS AND CHEMSGALS, Toilet and Fancy Articles, ! PATENT HSDICIWES, ETC. 37PrCNcr)pti).ns carefully coiu)ounueillat all hours." JgIIomeopathie Tineturpf; and Pellets, 1 and Humphrey's Specifics alv kept. LLOEB & OCX 3DxesisxxLitl5Lixis Plain anil Fasicj SEWIETCf OP AII KINDS Suits made ir the bfvt (j le fiom Vt to 5n'-?. ' ' - Satisfaction Guaranteed, MRS. GEO. HILiLiEli. Next door to Weston Houno. jell Shtloli's Cough and Consumption Cure is sold by us on guarantee. It cures consumption. Sold by Y. E. Dement LIQUOKS. CIGARS. aji:ktj rojt the Best Sar Francisco Houses and Eastern Distilleries. G?A!I goods sold at San Francisco Prices. MAIN STP.r.KT, Opposite Parker House, Astoria, Orejon. -sSpfev Barbour's No. 40 12-Ply SALMON TWINE! I0RR AND LEAD HIS, SEItfE TWINIE. 1 I A Full Stock Now on Hand, 3 HENRY DOYLE & CO., ."11 Market Htrcct, Man Francisco .Sole Agent? for tho Pacific Coast, ARE THE BEST. And cot no more than other brands. , and if Hie Jlerelianf wifli whom you t.iule does not keep our floods, uis because it pays belter to $ell a pair of Cools orShoe-5 every two months than eery four or live. "WE CUAUAXTCK KVEliY I'AIi: Y,'E JI.KE. Ail Merchants iu good credit can procure these Goods at our Warehouses In Portland or San 1'ranclsco. Try our ''HERCULES"' Patent Boots KECHT BROS. & CO. Notice to Contractors. TTins -wit.T. v.r. ltEfirivrn iiy thh Sj undersigni'd at Astoriauntil noon, June :. 1SS2. for furnlsliinp: the materials and la- J borfortlie eonstniction of a briclc hulldinf: I JOxlCi feet. 3 stories hiRli, to be erected in I -Vstona for tho Od(t Fcllov.-s Land and Ilitild uiK As.NOciation. 1'i.ins an.l spcciltcatiGiis to be seen at the Occident Hotei. Tho rlKht is I rescrveu to rsject anj'anit an was. Iiy order of the Board of Oirectors. A. .1. MUG1.EK, Kee'y. LOregouiaucop. .lutdtd. Anew stock of stoves of.the latest styles at John A. Montgomery's. MAP.TIX FOAKD. J. J. ST0KE3, FOARD & STOKES, Wholesale and retail dealer in Wood aad "Willow-ware, GROCERIES, Tobacco, Cigars, Wines and Liquors r01'.nfGN AND DOMESTIC Fmrils and Vegetables, COUNTRY PROPUCK, AW General Commission-Merchants AHTOIHA, OKKOSf. Sext to Oreiron IJailvray & Nav. co's Dock tlvr - A --N Wf"5 -..