Newspaper Page Text
g!h.c inmy stxalaik JIKil.lWm.JllllUaKl.i.l.LiWalUMg'ILAlJWXJLlJUlim.MMa'l imww GREAT FIHE IN PORTLAND. AbTORIA, OREGON: SUNDAY. .JUNKISSIJ ISSUED EVERY MOBKING. (Mimdry Excitd), J. P. HALLOEAN & COMPANY, PCBMSHKHS AXDj I'KOPKIKTOKK. AxUman Buildiiig, Cass Street. Terms of Subscription : -rved by Carrier, per week .......25 Cent "nt by mall, fourmonthj S3 00 jfint by mail, one year. ..... . " 00 Free of PoMnso totsabscribeni. " Advertisements inserted by the year at lis rate of SI JO ter square par month. Transient adrortbing, by tho day or weok, ifty cente per square for each insertion. thejStyT Tiik Daily Astouia;.- itA le sent bg "uiilaftacenU amonUi.frcenf poi-taije. Head er irho contemplate ahxence from the city can hare Tur Astoiuax follow them. Daily it Wkkrly edition tunnyyiml-oficewtth' onl adUt tonal exiene. Addresses maybe znanged a often a desired. JVtre anicr at the counttnu room. -No. 2'n nrc on deck. Burning of the Pacific Dock. At a few minutes before noon yes- terday tho P.iciiic duck at tin- foot of Salmon street, Poitl.intl,a8 diseov-c-rcd to be in flames, and despite the most strenuous exertions of the fire department, was completely destroyed. Brooks Trcvctt, of Columbia .No. 2, narrowly escaped death m the flames. Tho extensive spico mills of J. F. Jones and company were also totally destroyed. Their loss is about 20, 000: insured for 83,0)0. Sibson, ! Church & Co.. lose 25,000 on wheat, wool and sacks, fully insured. Frank Bros., machinery, 820,000, insuied; LownsdalcjCatlin., 1-add and Lloimes, the owners of the dock, lose Sli5,000, insured. Other losses on joods and material stored will agjres;ate 15,1)00, nuking a total lc of about 100,000. The net lott above salvage and insur ance, will however, be under i-SiO.OOO. Seattle is to havo a 25,000 daily the Herald. 0,07C Chinese havo arrived in Victoria since March 1st. Tho McFnrlaild sawmill in Klicki tat Co., W. T.,wasbunl lustTluirs dav ni"ht. Methodist 11 a. m. and school at noou. church, 7:30 v. services at si. Sunday The Columbii ts dno tlm tuoru injj. She has 141 cabin i:isisngci3 and 274 on dock. A Port Townend dispatch of the 23d reports the Shubrick ashore on Dungenness spit, but she arrived in all right at ten o'clock last nisjlit. Mr. E. C. Ilolden and daughter returned yesterday from a brief visit to the metropolis. Calender's minstrels, who black nil over for overy performance, will show here next Thursday and Friday. There will be Divine service in the Congregational church this mornitifj and evening. Rev. E. It. Loomis nili ciating. .1. D. Merryman arrived down yesterday. He made soma fine catch es of fish while in the Willamette valley. The S. G. Reed will bo down to morrow in place of the Ronita, which goes on tho ways for repairs and al terations. The At the last Celebration counc Proc. jj piHST'OLASS CUTTER. .Vt a meeting of tho city council,held! yesterday, a full board being present, tho matter of the improvement of the! HflS IllSt IJIKGII roadway being under discussion, the! -. -r following remonstrances wcro mi iheiClltlliit Hi ill D. pautmeut, and will suit all tastes in lit, style-, and workman- jship. Spring-bottom Rev. T. V. Walters and family are on tho Columbia nd will nrrivo here this A. 3VL It is probable that Mr. Wallers will assume tho pastorate of the Congregational church. Tho East Orogonian say th.it money is tho root of nil ovil. We al ways supposed it was the love of that usoful article that constituted tho stock which fostered that universal attribute of poor humanity. Beyond a display of fireworks, Portland will not mako much fuss about the Fourth. Thorn will bo two excursions to this placo the Colum bians with their engine and the East Portland band, and tho A. A. McCully Some one who is ovidently a friend to the unfortunate editor says tliat high medical authorities concur in tho opinion that a tendency to pun indicates a softening of the brain, and is a suro sign of cerebral weakness. "Lavo it there, again." A man from Lowiston started to make tho trip from there to Astoria down the Columbia in a small boat; but by the time he reached Columbus he had beon so badly frightened in liis voyage, by rapids, rocks, etc., that he sold his boat for 3 and mado tho rest of tho trip by cam and boat. Are you not surprised that Asto ria should continuo to grow when a Portland paper talks like this about us! Tho Wiutamctto Darmer says: "As to any qxtended display of firo men nt Astoria, wo cannot see whore thcro is land enough to diow off well unless tho city plank over n tow water Jots." The catalogue of the Bishop Scott grammar school shows an en couraging list of names from every part of Oregon and Washington. Tho school was "founded by the present Bishop of Oregon, named for Bishop Scott, who preceded Bishop Mor ris, and who had located a school at Oswego during his life, but which, for obvious reasons, was removed to Portland. The school building is situated in a high, healthy part of the city, nnd is largo and com modious, giving the best of accommo dations to those from n distance who wish board in the institution. meeting of the I'lre- men's committee of arrangement!), the following was decided upon as the of ficial rulos and regulations for the day. A copy of this got up in appio priate shape will bo sent in to-morrow morning's mail lo overy fire com pany and newspaper nfiice in Oregon and Washington Territory. HULKS F TIIK KAY. The tournament will be free to all Steam Engines. JTand Engines, Uose, and Hook A' Ladder Companies in tho State of Oiepoii and Washington Ter ritory. 1st. Steam Engines. t run 100 yards; How Company to run :00 yards, lay 100 feet of June and throw water. 100.00 to lirt, JtfU.OO to second. 2nd. Steam Engines to station with cold water, lay 100 feet of hose and throw water 100 feet from nozzle. $50.00 to first. 3rd. Hand Engines to run 100 yards; hose cart t run :!00 yards, lay 100 feet of Iiojc, break .coupling, at tach pip:: and throw water. S7.r.00 to first. 4th. Ho.-v Companies, of 12 men, to run 000 yatds with 300 feet of hose on reel, either jumper or carriage 875.00 to first, 25.00 to second. 5th. Hook & Ladder Companies to run 300 yards, limited to 30 men, and get man on top of 30-foot ladder. S50.49to first. Cth. Hose Ooiup'iiiies, any team, to "make" and "break" fie couplings in "lino" hose. 40.00 to first. 7th. Grand sv.cepstakes font-race, for any Firoman of any Department Ion the northwest coast; to run 300 yards; Foreman to certify active mem bership for 30 days; tho Illinois Stato Rules to govern. 30.00 lo first, 10.00 to second. Alt Prizes will W. in V. S. gold coin, to be given at 4: 15 :. i. on tho day of contest. 1st. All llosu Carts or Carriages in the .steamer contest will be required to carry 350 feet of lioe ou reel, with 12 men, to break coupling at tlia 100 foet and attach pipe and throw wati-r. 2nd. Hand Engine contest will be governed by the same rule as steam ers, 12 men to lio cart, 15 men to brakes. 3rd. Tho 000 y.mU race for car riages or jumpers, 12 men, with 3."0 feet of hose, straight away. 4th. Tho Judges will consist of five chief Engineers of dill'erent de partments. 5th. All contests to stmt frum the tap of the Alarm Bell. Vory respectfully yours, 15. S. "WOIiSLEY, Sect, of Tournament Committee. desk: TTmit'c Tnlflmo TlO- , - IXVCllll. O Allliwnuh J-fJ vi in linuiM'simipn livnnprrv own-t v-' - os i 1 ( ei-s along tho lino of Hemlock street. in Shively's Astoria, between Salmon street and east line of slid city of As toria, do renionstrate against the pn- posed improvement of said portion of I aid street, according to tho notico as given in Tm: Daily aiun: W.,j)alltS a SDecialtVI Sill . Parker, E. O Connor, .lohn M.ll A - Shivcly, C V.Khi'vly, X. .Inhansen.lO-JUineniS lllllV liai' X. P. Johansen, West Co-ist Packing! f"if " ' Co., Occident Pk'g C..., Pacific I'mon. aillCeCl. . Pl:'g(X, E. P. Hnff, J. Q. A. Bowl-! KANT, by, Ocean Canning Co., Nanrv Welch,!-. r , , rn -i l Mrs. Sarah F.wood. Merchant lailoi' and Jr.'L:,,r,;j Clothier. Shively's Astoria, between the east side of West-Sixth stieot and the west side of Salmon street, do re monstrate against tho proposed im provement of said portion of said street according to tho notice as given in Tin: Daily Asteuian: D. H. Welch, John W. and Agnes Welch by D. II. Welch, .1. J. A. Bowlby, W. W. Parker, Sarah F. Wood, Mary H. Welch, .lohn M. Shively by C. W. Shivcly, his attorney in fact, John McCami.J. X. Dolph, W. W. Up ton by .1. N. Dolph, Nancy Welch. An ordinance wa.s prepared, bnt upon discussion it was deemed oxo dieut to pass it, and at an adjourned meoting held at half-past eight last evening, an ordinance was read first and second times and pissed on its MISULUiLAXEOUS HILL'S V,J8lIiTIES.' C. H. COOPER, GENERAL MERCHANDISE. GKO.HIU.. -WAI.TKK I'AliKS, - -" ritOI'RIBrORJ - rfTfAfij: MANAGER j third reading, under tho suspension of inles bj-a unauiiUMUs vote. The or dinance, in substance, lecitcs the facts in the case and directs the street superintendent to close up the roadway by the erection of fences us specified in the special wording there of. And so tho matter stands at the present writing. We hope that it can even yet be so adjusted that travel be tween here and uppertonn shall nat be susponded, to the great dotrnupnt of our citizens in geneial, and the prosperity of both sections. To Sell. A a.oe with utensiLs. nil in-u. ply at the City .Market. Ap- Fonrtliof.Kuly ! ('omlii- Firewoiksot eery kind at Cliarfey Maj's. Uoiuaii candles lire crackers, skv rocket, etc. FreJi from tliefac- toiy. Aini-rirnn I.esiou of Honor. llavinir instituted twentj-K Councils oftliis justly jiopular order, I bhall re main in Astoria until a t;ouucu 1-. or ganized liere. Ladies are admitted on an exnrt equality with men and can in sure for from S."no to .V.XK). Tlierc arc now two ( ounciN In Portland and one in Salem. I want none tint the best citizens morally -and pIijMcally. Dr. riittle, medical eaiuiner. I.S. Va.n .Si.yki:, Deputy Supreme Commander. Doluiaus. During tin. net week Lilt's Dolniau's will be sold at rates greatly reduced. The ladies are invited to cull at .Mrs. Deibv's where they maybe purchased l''uriiislipl ltoouiH to la-t AtjMr.s. Munson's lodging hoase. Sleepless Xights, made miserable by that terrible cough. Shiloh's Cure is the remedy lor jou. Sold by W. K. Dement Lost on Clatsop Spit- On the KUh insl., a fishing boat with Xclson and N. W. llarri- man, started inat dusk fromoutRidothe bar, but were thrown on Clatsop spit, the boat enpsuing as she struck. Harrimaii was drowned, but Nelson mmaged to .scramble up on the. ni veited boat, and was carried to sea on the outgoing tide. From Friday! night to Monday morning he drifted and finally was thrown on the (beach below Tillamook, from whence he made his way back to" town, lie had :i terrible experience and sulfered al most death itself in the sixty hotiis he drifted over the. sea. Thai Hacking Cough cau be so qulcklyctired by Shiloh's Cure. V guarantee It. Sold by W.K. Dement. Catarrh cuied. health and sweet breath secured by Mnloh's Catarrh Rem edv. Priec M cents, Masai Injector free. For sale by W, 1. Dement. Vilinrd'M JntentloiiM. Under date of June 13th, Henry Yillard writer to J. X. Dolph, as fol lews: "1 authorize you to inform the pcoplo of Seattle that the Oregon & Transcontinental company is locating a railroad frnm a (junction with the rail road of tho N. P. Pw B. company, connecting Seattle with tho N. P. It. B., and desires to commence the con struction at an early day. But on ac count of difficulties in obtaining right of way around Elliot bay and Seattlo front, I have determined not to com mence its construction until right of way is obtained." Xtw Itlfli Kluoil! Tho u-o of Oregon IJIond Purifier. Ill feelings aic more numerously produced by chronic constipation than any other bodily illness. Remove the cause with l'fundors tiregoii I Hoed Purifier, and cease feeling ill. The bsml contost and base ball tournament to take placo at Dallas, will commence next Wednesday, and continue for three days. Seven and one-half percent of the population of Maine, numbering 18, 000 derive their support from tho fishery institutions. Nearly three and a half millions of capita! are in vested in this interest. Notice- Sluloh'.s Couali anil Consumption Cute is sold by us on guarantee.. H enres consumption. Sold by V. K. De ment. Will wm suffer with Disueiinhi and Liver Complaint V Shiloh's Vitollzer is guaranteed to run you. ueineiii. Sold by F.; ,1 Ne'er Stars in Rapid Succession Kugagciucnt t 1 RICHARDS and EVANS I llir Unuat-rht orhous nml Ilunre. I IMIMIMMMIHHM.... -T-rT8fca I X t STORE 'J THK MISS NITA EARUE. QL'KKV OF PONO AXD DACK NEW. GOODS '" LOWEST PRICE! Oprji all luc Vrar. t'crfflriuaiicr Kcrji Vlabl. . Entire 1'hangc or Pro- S srmaiur Onir n 'Wrek. j Oninrisin all the latest SONCS. DANCES AND ACTS.' We give' tho Best j Variety Entertainment ' In the West. The theatre is croiM nightly, and all v.hohao wltnessod tbe entertalument pro nounce ti to be equal I o any slv en elsewhere. Mr. Hill as a caterer for the public's amusement can notlm excelled. Anjbody nlslilr." to spend a pleasant evening and see sparkling wit and beauty without vul Karit),sjinulil Iuiproitt the opportunity and come. The eoniMny romirlses the followlns well knonn Artlts: .Mis-i Kammk W.utox. Miss Ijouisf. Cook, Mi:. Ohwufs Koiilpi:, Mu. Jon.v Cook. Mis. Waltkk Pabks. All or w hleh will apie:r nlshtly in their dU foieut specialties. Opea air conceit eei j oentufj; perform aneecoinineuelnj'at S; entraiiee to theatre oiiHentnn street; prlate boxes on CUena laasstieet. Look out for New Stars. 1 have famofed to tho A. V. Allen, (KflX.pSM; ro I'AOK it AltKN.) WIiiiIohhIp unit re lull dealer In Clias.bteeiis .t .Son have Toi ale and aie agenls for the new Singci sow ing machiucs. Fiosh !i' cream every dn at l'rauk FabroV. Families supplied in any quantity by leaving order. Also the finest oysters cooked to order. Frank Fabres oysters and ieo cieam :iro known everywhere as" par excellence. Kaliie's tee cream i-i tin be-tt. You want to get some of Uoseoe'sicc crn:ini telay: fiesh made anil nicely llavorrd. If jou want nice fiesh lard, or good Migar-curedliams, just from the coun try go to 1. 1!. F,lbcrsOiis bakery. Chas. Stpscns and Son have a stock of mouldings and uirlulitcrs tools which can be bought cheap for cash to lose our mat nrancii ot tne misiiiess. 1 have bought the AMmln Cnudv factory, and am prepared to mako and sell the choicest candles anil confection cry. A full stock of the I'tni'st sweet meals, nuts, etc., alwavson hand. J no. P. Ci.Assr.N. ProvtelBt Glass and Plated Ware, mOI'ICU ANOU01IE3T1C FRUITS AND VEGEFABLES. TiujelliHl Willi Wines, LlqnQrs, ToliaccoSCiiars The largest a ml niiwt complete (.tock ot k'n.uU intbrlr line in be toiinillu thn city, Corner of Cass mul Sqneniocihe Streets. ASrOIMA. OIIKOOX. .otice. KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS NEW BUILDINGI And Lave, Without a Single Exception, (" j . Tie Finest aid Best Arranged Store la Orep, j- Now Goods Received by Every Steamer in AH the Xiatost Stylos and XTovitiMi I Ico cream, ice cream, at lloscoe's re freshment saloon, .Saturday and .Sun day evenings. ( ireiilent block. The Managim: Committee of the Fire men's Tournament will meet at the Hall or I'psfcuii Xo.'j, al 8 o'clock r..M.. Jniie acth. C. .1. Trkscharu, H..S. WonsEi.v, ChietFaigincer. Sec. of Committee. ltooms to la't. Tlio weather is about as near per fect as anything hero below ever gets. Attention is directed to the ad vertisement of Win. Pf under & Co. '3 Oregon blood purifier. . - Presbyterian church preaching by the pastor at 11 a. m.. Sunday school quarterly review and concert at 7:30 r. it. Sunday school at noon. What antagenism: A good liver in general, has a ba-l lire.r. How to remedy this evil: Use Pfunder'.s Oregon Blood Purilior, which will re move all impurities from your liver. Unfurnished looms lo lent, at the City Market. Main street. Notico Apply We hm e Quo apartments to rent in our now building, to suitable paities who may desiie comfort and a pleasant situ ation. Haxsk.v linos. -freshest and. linest cakes, fruit and candy at the Astoria candy factory. Mr. John Jiogcrs of the Central Mar krt. has iiiado arrangements lo keep al he finest fresh fisli.ele., in their season rnrlics wishing groceries, piovis- 1011s or mcrcuaiuiiso ot any inscription, khould leave their oidois with A. Van Dusen & Co. as thtyjirc prepared to de liver gooils in any pan of the city on tlioshoi test notice. Co lo ltiipae nml irv II11 ItiKtiin Crystal Ice Cream. Occident lllncj;. I Anorhpr of itirue hmm A It. I'ltn-M organs at the City Hook Stoic. Call and examine those baby-wagons al the City book stoic. lleineinber Frank Fabre-'s ice. cieam. It is par evcolli'iice. I'hoSf w riling desks at the City book store are the best in the city. They are something nice and durable, and last what most young lsulies would appreci ate from Ihegher. leu for sale at the Occident Hotel. For the genuine J. II. Cutter old l.ourbon, aiut the best ot wines, liquors and Sun Fraucisco beer, call at the Gem opposite. Mm bell tower, and se X'anip-twlt. Haiti has sale. fine leather belting for Au-rilPs mixed paints, the best In e. for bale at J. W. Conn.s drun store use. opposite Occident Motel. Fancj soaps and perfumery of all kinds can lo found at J. W. Conn's drug .store, opposite Occident hotel. All members of ltescue Limine com pany No. '', are requested to meet nt tneir nan on .Monuay, june-jutii, ar . ::ai r.51. I'.verv member is requested lobe present, as business of great uupoitnnce is to ne, transacted. Uy order of A. A. 0i.i:vki.AX1. I'resideiit.l 15. b. voi:si.i:v, Stcrelarj-. To properly enjoy jourself these pleasant afternoons, get a croquet .set Irom Carl Adler, and imite jour friends. What is nicer on a warm day than a dish of that exquisitely flavored ice cream that Frank Fabre makes? Three scow loads of dry fir, spruce limbs, and bark, iusfrcceiu'd and for sale nt liray hock. P. J. Goodman, on Cheuariiiu sticet, has iut received the latest and mo-it fashionable style of gents anil ladies boots, shoes, etc. Agent in Astoria for the famous1 Morrow shoes. Scrofulous eruptions, such as pim pled, discoloration of skin especially on face, will disappear rapidly by using Pfiindci's Oregon Mood Pun-fir. When freedom from her mountain height unfurled her banner to the air she toie the azure rolc of night and sent to Carl Adler for the finest American flags in the market. "How are the waterworks?" is what! some people ask, but 1110 hrcworks that Carl Adler sells are always, satisfac tory. Fireworks of the freshest make at Carl Adler's. I). E. Slack, agent for the Pacific Mutual .Life Insurance Company is now In this city. The fact that this company is a solvent otic, and Is the most pros perous of any of its class on the coast, makes a policy in it a particularly good Investment. Stevens & ijon have their store crowded with new good-., all marked In plain figures. If jou want ice cream that is Ice cream, go lo i rank Fahre s. If vou want your harness lived send them to the shoemaker shop, where thev will be handled without glocs. At the shoemaker's shop at Mr. Xichols' Boarding House, next to fr. .lohsui son's store, upper Astoria. Prof. Fred Meyer is meeting with marked success in his musical Instruc tions. More advanced pupils can be ac coinmodatcd with lessons at their own houses at the monthly rate of is. Prof. Meyer has some fine German music most suitable for now beginuers. Heal so gives lessons in vocal music. Shiloh's Vitalizer is what you need for Constipation, Loss of Appetite, Diz ziness and all symptoms of Dyspepsia. Price 10 ami 75 cents per bottle. Sold i by W. K. Dement. Fiesh f 1 tilt received at C. A. Mav's by every slenuicr. No .stale trash. Even variety of Oregon and California fruit always on hand. A new stock of Liu's geods to lc .selected from to-daj The Peruvian syrup has cured thou sands who were suffering from dyspej) sla, debility, liver complaint, bolls, hu mors, female complaints, etc. Pamph lets free to any address. Setli W.Fowlf &SOD'' Boston. Charming features may be rendered actually repulsive by blotches or pim ples. Gi.k.v.'ss ScLruuB Soap, reme dies all complexional blemishes. Coldi:x's LirjuG'n Liquid Beef axd Toxic Ixviookator is admirably ad apted for females In delicate health. Coldcn's; no oWtcr. Of Druggists. A complcto stock of boj-s' and chil dren's suits just received at Mcintosh's clothing store. Call and Inspect Stock and Get Prices Whether You Purchase, or Not. No trouble to show goods. f . '44ftt44i . I U. 1. UUUl'ifiJK, i wimhwiuw iiMiinmniMtMiiiiimimm - ASTORIA, June a, 1882. I UMeaHUIIllUUIMHMHUMtliiHUUMIIUMlUUMHUfl! - s All New Goods! i READY MADE CLOTHING. s H ATS, Gents Furnishing- Goods, D. A. XVIdnio&h, m i 2 s MERCHANT TAILOR. Oooidezxt Bloolc.1 ' iiiattifituuimwtiiuiiHiiitiiuifHtiUMmiiuiii T ASTORIA BREWERY. M. MEYER Proprietor, ASTORIA, - - OREGON. . spboial .Aisrafo-pyrognbgmara. REDUCTION OF WHOLESALE PRICES. $7 50 PER BAKREL OF 30 GALLONS. JLUtOK OBDEJLS IN LIKE PROPORTION. Less Quantities, - 30 Cents per Gallon Bottled Beer - - - S I SO per Dozen e&"Speotal attention paid to oidetn Iiom lutUc Houses and FatnlUe3.SM THE COLUMBIA BREWERY XS bUrfilUOK TO MOS1. AND 1ft KXCKIXKD liY MOHEfl ON 'fULS COAST JOHN HAHN, - - PROPRIETOR, 0HENAMUS STREET, - ASTORIA, OREGON. S-Onlers MX at tho OKCMANIA BK11T.! HALL vUl Ijp ptcnipUy aXVfOtH to.6t ROSCOE'S FIRST GLASS Oyster Saloon. $&Q CID'Ji'AMUS 8TUEET, ASTOEIA. THK CN'DKRSiaKED IS PLK.V.SE1) TO announce to tno public that tie l nut in; too Boston Crystal Ice Cream ! The linest Ieo Cream ever dished up to tho Amonean public. Try It, and be eon luccd. llo alio furnishes. In Crst-chMH stlp, OV3TERS, nOT COFl'EK TK.V. ETC AT THK Ladies' and Gent's Oyster Saloon, "chenajius sifiKirr. Pleasa give me a call. ROSCOE DIXOX, Proprietor D. K. YMtrs. T.W.Eitw Astoria Market ! COR. CIU2XAMU3 AND HAMILTON HT8. ASTOIUA. - - 0BFX1OX. WARKKX A K.yr., PrerleH ( Svcctttcrrs 10 WtWtn A McOuirri VCholvila aoaPetiU Vnlm is Fresh and Cured Meate ' A Cull Una ot FAMll.V CltOCKUIED. FLOUK, 1T6XU HAY. CAWNEO FKUrr. VEUK- TABLE9. ETC. -HutMr. Kb. Chtw, t. cncBU , mar Shlju oUed H ttutowtn rt.