Image provided by: University of Oregon Libraries; Eugene, OR
About The Daily Astorian. (Astoria, Or.) 1876-1883 | View Entire Issue (May 11, 1876)
I vn " ,
fyz aiXjj Qstttxinn.
ASTORIA, OREGON :
. C. IRELAND XDITOR
THURSDAY .. .Mat 11, 1876.
The report that Tweed has been
in Canada is false.
The river Ottawa overflowed at
Gatenian Point village, doing consid
erable damage to properly. The
whole town is completely sub
Both houses of Congress have ad
journed over until Friday next. All
legislative business is entirely sus
pended, and the Capital is pretty
generally deserted for the Centennial.
The British consul at Rio Janeiro
reports by telegraph that a mutiny
broke out on the. bark Caswell, of
Swansea, for Queenstown, in latitude
1 south, longitude 31 west All the
officers were murdered by the muti
neers. The News' Rio Grande City spe
cial says: "Diaz lost many of his
troops from fatigue, tliirst and hunger
and some deserted. The country is
barren and is" obliged to take forage
with him. Water also is scarce.
However, Diaz is very sanguine.
No further rioting has occurred
at Barbadoes. Governor Hennessy
telegraphed to the colonial office that
disturbances occurred at Tobago;
cause unknown. A man-of-war had
gone to Tobago. The Earl of Carnar
von, Secretary of State for the colo
nial department, telegraphed for fur
The Tribune's editorial says the
passage of the Hawaiian treaty bill in
the house "was a surprise to its oppo
nents. Its passage was made possible
by the absence of many members
most interested. The question about
the treaty is whether our own people
or a few planters in the Sandwich Is
lands will profit most by its provisions
and on that point there is room for
wide difference of opinion.
The Mark Lane Express says
there lias been no noticeable change
in the aspect of the country, all vege
tation making slow progress owing to
n. prevalent cod wind. The season
in Scotland is much behind hand ;
iidverce weather caused seeding to be
unusually protracted. In trade in
creased activity has been apparent,
millers buying more freety and specu
lators showing considerable interest
in the present course of prices.
Italian, French and German war
vessels have been ordered to Turkish
waters to settle the disturbances at
Salonica between Christians and
Musselman A correspondent of the
Paris Universelle says the foreign
governments have forwarded the fol
lowing account of the origin of the
disturbance to their Paris legations.
The American consul was at the rail
way station, when his attention was
attracted by the cries of a Christian
girl. She was surrounded by a score
of Musselmans, who wanted to take
her forcibly to the Mosque. The
consul took the girl under his protec
tion. While he was-seeking for in
formation as to her nationuHt', the
German and French consuls were
separately informed that. the woman
belonged to their respective nations
and had been dragged into a Mosque,
where they were beaten to death.
A Paris correspondent learns that the
American consul, fearing that the.
mob would succeed in forcing his
house sent the girl to the German
consni. The mob in the Mosque
compelled the German counsel to
sign an order. for her delivery and
then murdered him. A correspond
ent at Berlin says it is generally
thought that the Salonica affair will
prove fatal to Turkey. Interference
of European powers for the benefit of
Christians is now condered una-
voidable, as it is evident the Porte
is powerless to protect them against
the outbreaks of fuuatics.
Eastern Oregon The Astorinn w
doing more for the interests of Eastern
Oregon than any other paper in the State.
If you have a friend or a relative in that
section of this country, send him the pa
per on trial. Only one dollar for four
Postage on the Weekly Astoriax
is two cents a paper to any part of
the United States, when sent by peo
ple not connected with the newspaper
office. We will will send four copies
(separate dates), equivalent to one
month, to one address, in one wrapper
(post-paid), on receipt of 25 cents.
0" Every body goes to the Novelty
Barbershop to get fixed up in style. Every
person may come, and more too, fori have
employed afirst-clnssaitUtwho will smil
ingly manipulate your chin, gracefully curl
your mustache, nicely puff your hair, and
last of all, but not least, will perfume your
clothes with the mot pupular perfumery in
use, "Patchouly" if you don't believe itjust J
iryn. unir cuiting, snavmg, anasnam
pooing. Hair dj'ing done and warranted
not to turn red, break or split. Parker
J. L. Campbell, Proprietor.
OCCIDENT HOTEL ARRIVALS.
ASTORIA, May 10, 1S7G.
J L Moore. Ft Stevens Geo Brow n.
Dr Durant, USA FtStev. Lt J Knapp, Ft Stevens.
In this city, May 11th, 1876, to the wife
of John C. Ferrell, a son. Ten pounds. I
Carpenters Tools For Sale.
Ono Chest of Carpenters Tools will be sold
cheap on application to
3 11 tf JU US. DAGGETT. Astoria, Or.
Flour, Grain and Feed Store.
Foot of Main street, one door from Jlolla
G. F. Parker,
LIME. BRICK, PLASTER and CEMENT,
TOBACCO. CIGARS, NUTS, CANDY, Etc.,
Constantly on hand and.for sale cheap forcnsli
or farm product.
Farm and Stock -m on Deep
River For Sale.
160 Acres, partly Improved, Cioori Ittiill
iiijts, Cattle, Sail Kent, etc., etc.,
Allor Mliiclt Mill Ic Sold
Cheap Tor Cash.
nTFor full particulars inquire at this Office
or on tho premises of C, M. STARK.
Raleigh Stottand F. R. Strong, candi
dates for Prosecuting Attorney of tho Fourth
Judicial District will address tho voters of
this district in tho following places and fol
lowing times :
St. Helens May 15, at 10 a. ro.
Rainier. : " Vi, 1 p. m.
A mes Chapel
" 17, " 8
2. " 1
" 2i - 8
" 24. " 8
" 25, 2
Eagle Creek " 2,
Upper Molalhi :H), 2
Oregon City- :. " 31, " 8
Eat Portland Juno 1, " 8
pEO. W. RE A,
Attorney and Counsellor at Law.
Examining and perfecting titles made a spe
cialty. All accounts left with me will ro
civo prompt attention. Office jn' Wan-en &
MclJuiro's Ruilding, Chonamus street, corner
.t. w. noun.
C. W. FULTOX.
ROBB A FULTON,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
tfT Office in Warren & McGuiro's building,
opposito Occident Hotel, Chenamus street.
"MOTICE TO WHARF BUILDERS.
A: KNAPP, Jr., KNAPPA, OREGON
Is prepared to fill orders for
Fir or Hemlock Piling,
On the shortest notice.
Person contemplating tho erection of wharves
buildings or. road-ways, will find it to their
interest to givo mo a call.
Address : A. KNAPP, Jn.,
a8:(5t Knuppa, Clatsop county. Oregon,
FISH BARRELS !
Half Barrels, Quarter Barrels,
AT LIVING PRICES, AT THE
Knappton Barrel Factory,
Knapfcton, Pacific Co., W. T.
Demand Khnt bills bo rendered
promptly, and to do it nicely, get yonr Bill
paper an i Statements printed at
THE ASTORIAN Office.
BUSINESS CARDS PRINTED
Very ehean, at
THE ASTORIAN Office.
VAN DTOEN HAS JUST RE-
V coivi-d a fine lot of PRINTS, which
he is selling very cheap. Stf
SPIRITUAL HALL, ASTORIA.
FRIDAY EVKXIXG, MAY 12, 1S78,
ONE NIGHT ONLY!
The Most Successful Entertainment ever giv
on in Oregon, Thk
ZEW SPECIALITIES. NEW SONGS,
NEW DANCES. NEW RECITATIONS,
By the CJicmnivg and Talented Sisters
Tho Great Living Eccentric and Dutch
GEORGE S. KNIGHT.
Tho Versatile Genius known as tho Musical
Tho Comical Commedian, Vocalist and Dancer
Si'Ecivt, Notice. The management would
respectfully announce to the citizens of Asto
ria that this entertainment is in every respect
first class, and should not bo confounded with
itinerant shows of no merit that at times in
flict themselves upon tho public.
"The general verdict was that tho manager's
promises had been completely fulfilled." San
"The performance was "of tho character in
dicated by the name of tho Troupe light,
mirth provoking, and in many particulars
reaching to use tho languago of the Manager
tho highest standard of Refined art." Port
land Evening Journal.
Last ovening tho celebrated Worell "Sisters
appeared to excellent advantage and their
Songs, Dancing and Sketch acting pleased
immensely, judging from the hearty applause
they won. It is needless to mention the songs
and Dutchisins of Geo. Knight. Ho never
fails to make a "palpable hit" whenever he
appears. To hear him in'his f imous speech
affords enough fun alone to pay for tho price
of admission. Geo. Richards, tho India Kub
ber man. who is as elastic and lithe as a steel
spring, contributed in no small measure to the
enjoyment of the entertainment by his clown
ish antics. Jn his speciality of "Flowy.
Flewy," ho is certainly inimitable. Oregon
(an, May li, 1S7G,
SIIKKUtAX COItllYX. Jlunnscr.
A special meeting of tho Legal voters of
School District No. 1. will bo hold at tho
School House in Astoria, on Friday ovening
May lJ).l&7(J,ut 7 o'clock p.m., for the pur
pose of levying a tax in said District to pay
off the indebtedness duo on Block 74, purchas
ed for School purposes, also to take in consid
eration the plans and specifications of school
house, and the ways and means to raise money
to build tho same.
By Order of iioard of Directors.
J. (i. HUSTLER.
Astoria, May 9, 1S7. m'Jtd Clerk.
17011 THE BEST -AND THE LATEST
. styles of spring Hats go to Van Dusen's
v. ho has just received a lino assortment. 8tf
OOM TO LET;
A largo front room 2d story, will be let
at reasonable rates. Apply at
8tf THIS OFFICE.
Notico is hereby given to all whom it
may concern, that the partnership heretofore
existing between G. W. Rca and 0. W. Pul
ton under tho firm namoof Hea & Fulton, has
been this day dissolved by mutual consent.
Geo. W. HEA,
C. V. FULTON.
Astoria, Ogn., May 6th, 1870. S.lw
PROPERTY FOR SALE.
Corner of Jefferson and Main Streets,
TITLE PERFECT, LOTS 150 by 50.
Thoabovo premises will bo sold cheap for
cash. A never-failing well of water, a barn,
hen-house, and other conveniences make it a
very dcsirablo place for residence. Tho house
contains six rooms, besides the kitchen.
3TFor further particulars apply at
S.tf THIS OFFICE.
ri H. PAGE fc CO.,
tsr All kinds of country produce, wanted in
oxchange for goods.
RESH SUPPLY OF 2 and 3 PLY
Carpets, Floor Oil Cloths, Table Oil
Clothe "Window Shades,' for ?nl at Port
land prices by I. "W. Case.
Having completed ray shop (between
Talltnan's landing and Westport on tho Co
lumbia river.) J am now prepared to build
FISH1NG BOATS, ROW BOATS,
SKIFFS, ETC., ETC.,
everything in the line of boats. " Copper fas
tened boats a speeialitv."
My motto is : first class work for a fair re
muneration. P. O. Address.
T. ll IUSCOLL. AVestport Ogn.
bN. F. MUDGE,
Contractor and Builder.
ALL KINDS "OF CARPENTER
WORK AND CONTRACTING
j promptly attended to.
iW Special attention given to wharf and
mill construction. Address:
1 N. F. MUDGE, Contractor,
The Proprietors aro happy to announce that
the abovo Hotel has been
Repainted and Refurnished,
Adding greatly to tho comfort of its guests
IS NOW THE BEST HOTEL NORTH
OF SAN FRANCISCO.
A. J. MEGLER, C. S. WRIGHT, Proprietors.
ON THE ROADWAY, NEAR HUME
& Co's. CANNERY,
OF EVERY KIND.
Nails of All Descriptions.
DOORS AND WINDOWS,
RUSTIC, FLOORING, BLINDS,
MOULDING, SASH, ETC.
Wines and Liquors
BY THE ROTTLE OR THE GALLON
Custom made boots and Shoes.
Tobacco of Fine" Quality.
K" This stock is in overy respect Al, and
will bo sold at tho lowest prices for cash, Qire
mo a call at tho new storo, on the Roadway.
TUP kinST CYTCUQIUC
Wx M Hi. MUVVI uiitiwrt
x jt T5 A i r t
vt assorted otocK
xVf Can be femid at
A flEa Sa LARSEN'S
.J( Main Street,
vi x,2 iietwecn Chenamus and
vx bqucmoiiha stroets,
TT V ASTORIA , OKEG ON.
i -cv: w m
K vtfjjt A Lar9e invoice
2T& Just received,
yA VxLJfc Ex-Steamer.
U TV - w . A
? ? y
And Plain and
Orders left at the Occident Hotel
Promptly Attended to.
J. R. Knapp, Knappton ; Capt. J. West, Wext
port; II. R. Parker, S. X. Arrigoni, llobton .(
Warren, J. Radollet J:Co.Axtoria;J. W.d- V.
Cook, Clifton ;Jott. Ilunus, Eureka; It. Wat ton
tt Co. Manhattan; J. L. Hep. urn, Glen Ella;
J. G. Megler it Co. Rronkfietd, ami, numerous
others for ichoin I hace
Built Furnaces, set Ranges,
and Kettles, and
"Spread the Mortr
During my 12 years Residence
LIME, SAND, BRICK, PLASTER,
Lath, Cement, and all materials in
my lino, furnished to order.
tsr Special attention paid to Furnace work
and Ranges. Cistern work warranted rood,
or no pay. PETER KUXKY,
Corner Main and Chenamus Street.
DKALKR IX THK CHOICEST BRANDS OK
Tobacco and Cigars, and the
G e n u i n.e W o s t e n b o 1 m,
and other English Cutlery
Fairchilds Gold Pens.
And all sort" of
STATIONERY, NOTIONS ETC.
Cor. of Chenamus and Polk Stg.
J. T. BOUCHERS, Proprietor.
f?y Washing and ironing, Kluiting. &c, done
at this Laundry by clean, white labor.
K5J T.Borchers still manufactures and hss
for sale at the abovo place of business, tho
KS Highest cash price paid fishermen for
J. T. BORCJIERS, .
GENT'S FURNISHING GOODS.
Having Concluded to
licmain In Business
'HAVE LAID IN
SPRING S TJMMER
DESIGNED ESPECIALLY FOR
THE ASTOR I A TRADE.
A complete assortment
KSTThe public in general aro respectfully
invited to call at tho old stand, on Coxlomly
dritKLT, next door to Parker Home.
MEXDLKNOX UK OS.
Xotury Public and Commissioner or
For Calijornia and Washington
OFFICE. Caso's Building, comer Cass and
Chenamus streets, Astoria, Oregon.
CRANG, M. D.
At tho solicitation of numerous frionds. has
consented to practice medicine, and tenders
his services to tho public. Or. Crang brings
many years experience in tho practice of his
"P J. QUIGLEY
K2r Is ready to do work of all kinds, in a
satisfactory manner, in his lino, when called
upon. Orders left at JJr. O'Urion's Hotel
promptly attended to.
Masonic Hall .Building, Astoria,
Fancy Goods, Ladies Dress and Cloak
Trimmings of the Lastest Style.
WILL ATTEND to ORDERS for DRESS
and Cloak making. Work will bo done
in a satisfactory manner.
tt5 Agent for tho sale of Dr.Warner's Sani
tary Corsets, and also Children's Waists with
patent elastic buckles.
"VTEW AND ELEGANT STOCK
Latest Styles of Millinery Goods,
BY THE LAST STEAMER,
At tho Rooms of.
Mrs. A..D. WASS,
(Ui Stairs, Bkown's Building,)
Corner Main and Chenamus Streets, Astoria.
KS" This stock consists of tho latest itylo
Hats, for Ladies and Children; Dro?s Trim
mings and Fancy Goods for Ladies, which will
bo sold at very low prices.
DHESSHDCLDU $om'ar attondcd
NEW MILLINERY STORE.
Mrs. H. A. Derby,
(La.te of CLEVELAND, OIIIO,)
ISHES TO ANNOUNCE TO THE PUB
lic of Astoria and surroundincr eminfrv-
that sho'has just received a full and complete
And all kinds of
At the Htand recently occupied by Mitt ft Mor-
rinon on MAIN STREET, Astoria,
And will be prepared to fill all orders for
first class goods in this line at reasonable prices.
!3Now goods will bo received every month.
JJEW FURNITURE STORE.
Cor. Main and Chomocqha Sts.,
(Successor tc Gist & StolJJ
ASTORIA .. OREGON
OFFICE FURNITTTR-R. V.m.
r&5 Of the vory best rjuality, supplied to
uuvunutgo 10 give mo a can, anil inspect my
stock and prices before purchasing elsewhere.
wr-Undertaker's Work promptly attended
to, at reasonable rates.
ONE HALLS FIRE PROOF SAFE,
with Combination Lock, in good or
der, for tale cheap, at I. "W". Case'd.
oruorap prices mat win justily tho patrouago
ot this home institution. Persons within ir an v
article in the Fiirnitiiro linpnrill finl if t
f -.3 -