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?hc afe 3tefoviam ASTORIA, OREGON: .JUNE 23. 1885 i? T. I . i ihtore are dead sot for mhI dead ?i against u. rotnras of Washington w an increase of ovor I tri I. .l'. i 1 jtor cent, in population '' - i',i-t mx years. - ...1 1' at some 33.000 pLysi- -i odotl in Bttrojiean ltnssia t iii" Vdi-ul Tinas thinks . 1 -J- ir' tlmi nuiler witliont n ". t ',tjlnif owr scientific re- "i 1 ' I v market is greatly excited vax i i comer tntanneerea bv a. t'.4,i-' f London, who has gained 'i ;.f r..W tf the H.000 Lon iit" tm wow on the London micro il is saiti a large ntcrcst exists. The prico of hi. ..ilvaiiced 9 i Jjondon with- "1 . Vi 11 v vi ."., H' 7.7.4 ippieed lilaine bcvuxw he wouldn't give the Harpers 1. ! lok ;o piritiisli. Now it gels ad-rtrh-cnu-iiU for mmpiies for Indian tiUM'. soinethiJiff h picture paper T.k ut g ! lx'forc. The last advert ise innt fo- I'uliau supplies in JIirpcis c iA t V government S3 10. This is " iel stvjcc reform. In another nohutttt it; given the Vitws of a practical dairynian. a visi J -r from Iowa. who sees the folly of ljiur to raise wheat, of total de- ix 'i1micc on one crop and the great vi.-iHIi Hi-;!: our noil and climate - . ; posMiite in the intelligent I -. ecton of the dairy business. I force f the Io- man's remarks their personal application. tat Seattle Pitht-IuhWiyru vr, l wooing a rkliculons- syptom of -CTiiirtiJ. makes a Reed point wlion t j: "So fr an can be seen noth- : is gained t tJie ci! by its low -siwiieut, One-lmlC lias boon taken tbo Mtossmont roll only to be itied t tbo tax rate. In other vc. inls. $5?U1W if tax money was ex- otc4 Ima yr tVowi over S.OOt),000 o j "lert. This year SSfi.000 will be . acted fnw S3.00Q.om. TIm cliange s iliarreditablo to e aft a city, anil of at one dollar of benefit to ns as citiaoMt." rmouc is mh mterostin; slory says tli UnyiMtiftii m circulation to the fflK Mm! Mr. Ivlijuli Smith's re-elec-tiHi k lh preBklejjcy of the Oregon KaiIkhv x1 Navigation company ut iwvoil the lwtsc It is said that Mr. Itniyiott Ivcf. who failed in the ntet. was the rrefinlative of the Chae. It. Wright interest, and that the ihinz had been "set up' against the lente mh! in the interest of Ta inan, which Mr. Wright is anxious i Imihl p. Ho confident was Mr Ie of scce; that he printed in the PhiUfidphm lhftnl a list of the prospective directory in which only Air. EttdicoM. of tle old bonrd was to have place. This came under Ihe -e of Mr. Smith who "droied on 11k Utile ffawc" at once and came ont I special lrin on Ihe double-qcict, rearhiitK 1hit just in time to defeat Mr. Iws Arnn. Wo give this simply a-- m MMttter of current gossip trlucli. 'nay w mmy not be wholly trne. "Ocu politictil delusion" is the uliect of a valuable aud sngostive article in the Allnniiv to hand. The delwsioH cotisists in supposing that a chaMe of iresideuls is a ehnnge of Ilicies. The writer asnett-s that the election of a president determines little more than whelhei one or the other of the principal candidates shall control the appointments to oflice. He fixes the reejKmsibiliiy for legisla tion njon the shaker of congress aud the chairman of committees which he appoints. Io other person, he savs. can so impiesss his personal views imi legislation :is can he. He can appoint to the committees which have siecial charge of legislation on important subjects a majority of men who ajrree with his views, aud these ennittees can practically exercise entire control of the matter. This is also exemplified by the history of tho last session. The speaker had ap Iointed to the coinage committee a majority or members hostile to the suspension of silver coiuage; and so, in spile of the impending business crisis, nothing affecting the subject was reported. Yet the subject was, indeed, broughl up at the close of the sossion. but only by a parliamentary device founded on the fact that the purchase of silver bullion by the treasury was a question of appropria tions, and a provision could therefore 1k5 lacked on to the bills of another committee than that of coinage. In fact, the speaker who makes up the committees is the only single person of any real importance in the legis lative branch of our government. NEW TO-DAY. House THE EVENT OF THE SESAOK! ONE NIGHT ONLY. Saturday- .... Juue27th THE ENTIRE BALDWIN THEATER CO., In the Greatest of all Melodramas. THE SHADOWS OF A GREAT CITY! Mr. Louis 3Iurriou. Mr. Got. OUionip. 3Ir.H.&Stcrkwrll, i AH in Iheir Original Creation, Supported by ( A I'OVrcitFUIi CAST. NEW AND MAGNIFICENT SfiENERY ! Novel Mechanical'Bflects. AO3IISS10X. Ircss Circle, I.OO (all cry, 3( 2"Rcserved Seats on sale without evtnt charge at the New York Nowllx ritor SPECIAL MAIL NOTICE. HERKAITKR NO MAIL be Forwarded by Steamer TO SAN FRANCISCO. Will Registered mail will lx fonvaided through I'ot Office via Ogden, and nnlinar' mall via Wiland. thence by Mage l:fi miles to Urlta. liieucc by mil in Mm trancivn o's ens, i-argo :s:si:e:o.:e2 s.s, WlUiri Jitters ami l'arknRP. n usual, liy all btcaniers for San Francisco and I'nct 'Sound ports Notice. NOTICE IS IIEKEKY GIVEN THAT ALL Uhw persons who have subscribed UieiM'lvei for the purpose or fontiiii a inil iti;uoiiijHiiy at Asiori.i. In Clatsop county. Oiexon, win meet at I'vtluan Ciustle on the ,1nl day of .lulv. A. I. lSSl.at tho hour of 8 nYloek. r. M. for the purpose of pcrfectiiiK an orunir-ation : clceliuK u. captain ; 1st lieutenant and L'nd lieutenant : adoption of a constitution and bv laws ; and for .such oth er purposes as may ne necessary io complete theorauijition. This notice is given by virtue oflhc author rity vested in mo by Orders No. J. issued by Itrigadier Gener.il Lamb commanding 2nd I5ngade,O.S.M.. or date June 15th. 1885. (.Signed) 11. V. MONTKITII. Aston a. Oregon, June 2, 1SS5. " Net Lost. AISOUT 1.7) FATHOMS OK NET AT Point Alles on June 'si. I'art of corks marked J.C. S., and part A. J. 17. P. Co. finder will be liberally rewarded by tn forutiner AUG. DANIELSON. IF. P. Co. Notice. 7V70TICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT X there is money in the county treasury to pft all outstanding county warrants dated prior to October 1st, 1BSX Interest on all coi.nty warrants drawn proviousto that date c: tses on and :if ter this date. ISAAC BEHGMAX. Treasurer Clatsop County. $250 Reward. nmiE KXAPITON AND NORTH SHORE JL Packing Co. w ill pay a reward of $230 for inlonuatiou leading to the arrest ami coll ection ot persons cutting or molesting any net belonging to said companies. 15. V. RORSON, Supt. SPECIAL MAIL NOTICE. II ERE A ITER NO MAIL Will bo Forwarded by 'Steamer TO SAN FRANCISCO. Registered mail will be forwarded through iVMOillce via Ogden, and ordinary mail via Ashland, thence by stase 125 miles to Delta, thence by rail tcr SAN FRANCISCO. The Northern Pacific Express Co., Will carry letters and Packages, as usual, bj ull Steamers for San Francisro and Tnget Sonnd Ports. 'OSS'OPERAHOU To 2Tigb.ts Only Xuup 2rrt ami :Mtk ---.PROF. W. H. McKANLASS: THE CHAMPION .'SKATER AND SOLOIST, "Will Appear and Perform next Tuesday and "Wednesday evening. .Admission 25 Cents .Skates 25 Cents Skating From S to lO:30. Examination for Teachers. milE REGULAR PUBLIC EXAMINA JL Uon of persons wishing to obtain teach ers' certificates for Clatsop county, will be lield at the Court house on Friday and Sat ardav. June 2oth and 27th. 18S.1. comuieuc- ing at 9 o'clock a. si. Superintendent of Schools. Fiy.lL REPORT OF THE FIRESEy.S TOUR SAMENT COJIJIITTEE. The committeo met at tho hall of Alert Hook and Ladder Co. No. 1, on Saturday, Jnno 20th, lSS.!, all the committeo being present, lteport of finance committee received showing amounts as follews: Amount received from La dies' Fair for the Firemen 3J0.70 V Amount of subscriptions.. sl 119.10 Uncollected H3.00 $076.10 07G10 1.10 1.15 Printing committee unex- Amount donated ontMde Amount overpaid by com. of Finance... . Amount receivpu n ub. sif ter report .. fi.W 10.90 Si.as3 cc Amount paid out by warrants as per Treasurer and secretary's report 12S.03 $ co.Co The reiwrts of the finance committee. secretary and treasurer wero received and approved correct. lJy a unanimous vote of the committee the secretarv was instructed to draw a warrant on tho treasurer m favor of jlrs. F. B. Elberson, president of the Ladies' Coffeo club of Astoria, m tne sum oi six ty dollars (SCO), for tho benefit of the Ladies' Coffee club of Astoria. By a voto of the committee J. E. Thomas, secretary, "W. J. Barry and C. J. frenchard wero appointed a committeo to prepare tho report of this committeo for publication inTire Daiia Astorian of Tuesday, the 23rd, issue. The original committee consisted of tho following gentlemen: C.J. Trenchard. "SV. G. Boss. G. C. Fnl- ,ton, Astoria Engine Co. No. 1. H. S' AVorsIev. w. J. Barry, J. W. iiare, llescno Engine Co. No. 2. J. E. Thomas, A. E. Shaw, M. D. Kant. Alert H. and L. Co. No. 1. Tho reports of the finance committee, ecretary nndtreasurer will bo loft in the bands of J. F. Halloran & Co. for exam ination of any citizen. The committee nowdesire toclose their labors by very kindly thanking the citi zens for theirgenerous contributions and assistance in making the tournament a grand succes3, and tho committee trust that it will ever be an event of prido to our Irrely city by the sea. AH of which is respectfully sntmimeu to tho citizens of Astoria. W.J. Baiuit J. E. Thomas .-Committee. C. J. TaEfcnABD l Astoria, Or., Juno 22nd, IBS.. The Seaside Bakery FRESH BREAD Delivered in any Part ot the City. FINE CAKES A SPECIALTY. Home-Made Candy Made. Daily: The Trade Supplied: Pine Pastry: A First Class Establishment. PrictH to suit the times. F. B. ELBERSON, PropV. DO YOU WANT TO SAVE MONEY? A VEKY LARGE STOCK OF Fine Boots and Shoes TO BE SOLD AT EXTREMELY LOW PRICES, FOR A SHORT TIME ONLY. Come and Get Rare Bargains AT THE SIGN OF THE GOLDEN SHOE. I. J. ARV0LD, Agt ONLY 30 MIS AT CRYSTAL PALACE. In The Field Again! J. G. ROSS Having Purchased the Interest of the Mcintosh Bros., IN THE PIONEER RESTAURANT "Would most respectfully inform his numer ous friends in the city of Astoria and sur rounding conntry that he is now readv to do busiuess again at his old stand. Come and see me. A Well Supplied Table, and Clean, Comfortable Beds. For London Direct. The Fine A 1 Iron Darqne u 'ATlCHER,,, lV 756 Tons Register, Will Sonn be READY TO RECEIVE FREIGHT AT ASTORIA. s &. Xj tvlo a?cr Will betaken at REASONABLE RATES. For particulars apply to SIBSON, CHURCH & Co.. Portland. Or to A. W. BERRY, Astoria. h GREAT BARGAINS II ft3 hog io direct special attention to our LATEST IM PORTATIONS of NOVELTIES w Fine Dress Goods, Lawns, Parasols, Corsets, Hoopskirts, Etc, Etc, Which we are selling according-to our inode: The-Best Goods at the Lowest Possible Prices. LAUGHTER IN FIME SP.E88 S! Extraordinary Bargains! French Camels Hair in -i shades of Gray. Kerul.ir jirire l.- per yard, to be told at Cassimere Brocade, something stylish seen to be appreciated. Worth Velvet Brocades, all shades. Keirular Price in Town reduced to Very Fine French Black Cassimere, Town $1.G5; sold at Beautiful Pin-Check, White and yard; at the Low Price Store Parisian Cord, a new stylish ooK all "Wool, double fll. Good value in Astoria at 3.23: at Tlu- Low Prif 'toro- THE MOST USEFUL ASSOKTMEHT OF :BOYST OIiOT ISC X IBST C3-, : SI to SL50 Lower than any House in Town. F2XE !1XE OF 7iIE;r i'MTIIISS. C'JiE VI. AT THE LOW Ih.alcr at Vhlesa:e aud Ret.ul m Sun pot if i ipo fofifiinor B UMISlUIGq SJGUUIfil Oil Cloth., Window Shades, Astoria Furnitur Dealer? in Furniture. Bedding, PICTURES, lilDIL Carpets, lattins, Picture Frames, Wow Shades, etc. Cor. Chenamus and H.oi uilton Sts. OO TO Mrs. Malcolm's Hillhiery Parlors FOR SPRING AMD SUMfflER HATS. A large and well-selected stock on hand. NEW GOODS being secured every day. A complete line of Ladies' J tEADY-MADE UNDERWKAR. with mice s to suit the rhnoi. f!IIKAlfnirSFTKit tnodaltV : also a large assortment of the 5est Gnule of CORSETS. Children's SUX1 lOXNETS.Just received. All the LATEST NOVELT1 lES. in SILK SCARFS. GOLD and SII.VE B I-VCES and ORNAMENTS are kept at thi -The Cheapettt niillincry House in jVstrin. No charge for-trimming when material is j purchased at the establishment - i STREET WORK SOIJCITED. Ilnvins removed part of o ur (grading Outfit from Tortland to Asl oria, we arc now pre pared to do all kind.s of Grading: and Filling. At reasonable rates, either by day or job. A Portion ortlia Public Patronage Ic Solicited Office at Elmo Hotel. Hamilton & Cunnmings. Carnahan & Co. SUCCESSORS TO- I. "W. CASE, IMPORTERS AND WHOLESALE jAN'Di KKTAII. DEALERS IN &EERAL MERCIAMStf Corner Chenan.us and Cass streets. ASTORIA . - .. - OREGON Good Farm s: acres. : fV EIGHTY ACRES. PARTLY WI- Droved, on thn TClnslrnnlnp- Rnr cr1 cheap or will exchange for city properrv. Apply a: Astoria. OBlce. I Z WMW s. SATJ 'ffl1 t M hJi fiW J I'J 11 L'TJC m and haiid.voine, must be Sl.50 a. yard: reduccii to. . ' 4G inch. Keirular price in Black, Sold at 1.25 per PBICE STORE 3 QI-Jl! nisi) SS: Sa! JUi5 rall Paper, ilonldiiigs, Et Wall Paper, irrors, II. DulJUISSOX, Manager. P. Patterson5 CONTRACTOR & BUILDER. Shop on Ciineoiuly Street. oppi.Mtv Kinney Cannery. SASHBS. DOORS. MOULDINGS. ETC. ON HAND itimatcs g.wn and all work w.inanted to give satbfaeiion. M. STUDZINSKI, PRACTICAL WATCHMAKER "Watches, Jewehy, Clocks, OPTICAL GOODS. AST'OJCIA. - - Oregon. All (lod"JJi,st Quality, and Low Prices. i k. jbemon c uo. STEVEDORES and RIGGERS "Portland antl Astoria. Portland Oflice No. If, X. Front street. Boat Building. THE BEST STOCK AND WORKMANSHIP GUARANTEED. Boats of Every Description Built. Shop over Arndt & Ferchcn's. JR. Til. LEATHERS'. Notice. VrTETHE STOCKHOLDERS OFTIIE CO V lumbia Canning Company do hereby l 'otlfy the public that we will not be respon si bleforany biuiness or debts contracted b the present boanl of directors. Thus. Dp uey, Barney Gallauher, das. rat ton. it vonlerofthestoekholdei's'. T.CADIGAN, Chairuui -IOUX MACKLN. Soe. pro tern. r, -- lV81! THE FINEST Family Groceries, Provisions and Freshest Vegetables -a.t- Ccrner Benton and Opposite Custom OEM KK mmi I PARKER S U. AT Eboct Bown Prices 1 1 IS. . PARKER, Hay, Oats, anft Straw, Liie, BM, Cement, Sanft ani Plaster Woo.l DclivereU to Order. Drajin5. Teamtn? and Expresg Bnslne. V p ' -o.e Captain, or to mil 1? n?w S-2: 0 Ul-U 11 JJ '? .. Miiffii!3iH -'Si.J?'- A PTTT.T. STOCK ALWAYS ON HAND. DKAI.KK Tin, Sheet Iron and Copper Ware. A Ueuera! Asoitment of HOUSEHOLD GOODS. Agents for flltige Stoves and Ranges The Rest In the market.- PiHintHn goods of all kluiLj on hand. .Job work done In a. workmanlike manner PLUMBING, GAS FITTING, AND CANNERY WORK Attended to Promptly on Reasonable Terms. eftennniuM Street, ext to C I. Parker's St ere. M. OI KN-. J- OUSTAFSOX. -. JOTOTSON. MARTIN OLSEN So CO. DEALERS IN FURNITURE S BEDDING Corner 3Iaiu and Sqaemoqua Streets. Aaterla, OregSB. WIHDOW SHADES AHD TRIMMHDS; WALL PAPER, ETC A Complete Stoelr. PRICES AS CHEAP AS aUALITY WILL AITORD. lWj, IKI1S OF FITRaiTITRE KEPAIRKP AJTP YABNISHED. Change of Agency. !Mware anft SMp (Mien UVhavesmnointcl VAN DUSEH & C0. MR. O. F. MORTON Our Sellint: and Colleotinj; Agent at Astoria All those vt khing to purcluise a first-class SEWTXG MACHINE, or to make pay-1 nients due us will please call on Mr. Mortou. J Headquarters at 15. S. "WOKSI.EY'S Sales room. ' i The Singer Mf g Co., j 92 Morrison Street. Portland, Or. j . ANY PARTIES "WANTING FISH ICED AND GUTTED KOR TRANSMISSION TO Any Part of Tio Wnvl l"" " W"J Can have it done bv an enert man who thoroughly understands the business. Fif teen years experience at Cape Ann. Mas-. Applv to DANIEL McPIIEE. At Mrs. Grant's Roardinjj Hotiie. Notice of Application. -KTOTICE IS IIKRERY GIVEN THAT THE LN underbigncd, will apply to the common . pniim-il iif lliffritnf Astoria, at it.s next rec-f ular meetin;; for a license to sell wine, malt and spirituous lkrtiors in less quantities than one quart for a period of one ear from July 1st, lfcJG.in the buiidingf ranting on Chena mus .street known as the Occident Hotel. MEGLER& WRIGHT, Astoria, June 13, 1SS5. To Whom It May Concern. TAKE PLEASURE IN STATING THAT Mrs. Karv Jasnerson. liolder of the ticket .purchased by me from Messrs. Ilozorth & .jonnsoi tins city over tne uunara aieam ship line and Pennsylvania R. It. and con necting lines, arrived safely in Astoria ticen-tu-one davs from Stavaneer. having received during the trip every attention from the of- i ncers anti employees oi me sieamsnip aim railrnart linps above named, who addressed - 1 ir in her own language. Her baggage ar- rived in Astoria in good order on the same boat with herself. I can cheerfully recommend all who want to travel over the fastest and safest line, and at the same time have the very best of treat ment in every respect, to buy their tickets via the Cunard Line. I.J.ARVOLD. gg.5l Chenamus Streets, House Square. IN STE.OIER CLARA PARKER Eben P. Parker,Master. For TOWING, FREIGHT orCH4 ii. IS. PAKKEK. MODEL RANGE CAN BE HAD IN A4 TOP.IA ONLT OF E. B. BAWB8, AUEJJT fAl.l. AND EXAMINE IT. V ' WILL BE PLEASED. K. K. HAWES is also agent fur 0r Back patent Cooiinif Sbn And other first-class Stores. Fnranco "Work. Steam Ft- ringa. etc.. a specialty- isf DEALEB3 IK Hardware and Ship Chandlery Pure Oil, Bright Varnish, Binacle Oil, Cotton Canvas, Hemp Sail Twiae, Cotton Sail Twine, Lard Oil, Wrought Iron Spikes, Galvanized Cut Nails, A t? ttl -f titiqI Implements n-Ou'ul,'lu"1 i . . Sewing niacnines, PaiHiM and Oils, Groceries, etc.. FOR LIVERPOOL DIRECT! Tke flue A 1 Iron Barque Haddingtonshire," 1119 Tons Register, Will be READY TO KECErVE FREIGHT AT ASTORIA about JUNE 15 or earlier If required. Till be taken at REASONABLE RATES. For particulars app to STBSON, CHURCH &0., Portland, Or t A. W. BERRY, Astoria. Abstracts of Title. THE UNDERSIGNED HAS COMPILED a set of Abstract Books from the reeorda of Clatsop County and Is now prepared to furnish complete and correct Abstracts of Title to any Real Estate in the County, at rBasonablarat. aRTH0MS0N Attornty at Larr, Astoria, Oreswu Oitie, K , nrsr flVf B9k tw .