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ASTORIA OREGOK : 1 J
. C. IRELAND EDITOR
THURSDAY..: Juxe 8, 1S7G.
Rev. Jolm H. Acton, of the Ohio
Conference, lias been selected as editor
of the Pacific Christian Advocate.
Mr. Acton is about forty years of age
and in his prime, and experienced
and able writer, and very popular
In the course of a discussion in the
Methodist Geneva! Conference, R. M.
Davies, of Illinois, jnade a red-hot
speech against all intoxicating bever
ages, declaring that beer selling was
not even respectful in hell. 'He had
ascertained the -fact by consulting the
The three original steamers sent
around u the horn" by Aspimvall
when California came into the hands
of Americans, have disappeared from
the passenger trade, but are still in ser
vice. The Oregon is a barkentine en
gaged in the Puget Sound lumber
trade. The Panama, is a store-ship at
Acapulco , and the California is a
barkentine in the Australian trade.
The proprietors of the Grand,
Occidental and Lick hotels now ex
clude Chinese from their premises.
This step has been taken under an
apprehension that the Chinese were
the means of spreading .disease.
There is no doubt that a strong dis
'position .exists in San Francisco at the
present time to do away with Chi
nese labor in large establishments.
So many persons are arriving from
the eastern States, there seems not
much trouble in doing tliis. The Chi
nese come up here and the States
emmigraiion remain there.
Tlie New York Herald publishes
an interview with George 31. Turney,
of that city, from which it appears that
tlie suit against A.T Stewart's estate
will be commenced after all. The at
torneys represent wealthy families, and
the litigation over the property prom
ises.to be long and costly. The Tur
ners claim to be third cousins of de
ceased, their grandfather and Stewart's
ffithci having, as alleged, been broth
ers. Lawyers have. been engaged by
plaintiffs, and the papers were
liled on Saturdaj. Some of the
Turney family reside in Sai Francisco.
Land .in the vicinirv of F
moqha, or Knappa, or any one of tne
numerous localities about Astoria
ought to be considered as valuable as I
the hinds of Humboldt. AVath San
Francisco as a market, freights and
iffnecihilitv-ora row.. .) i 7i
accessibility aie favorable to this sec-
nun. .mere are rnousands ol acres
valuable land in this region of great
beauty, with large tracts suitable for
cultivation, and open to the first
comers .-who-may choose to take it up
under the Government land laws.
Water and timber are abundant, and
the country -in every oilier respects
Montgomery Queen, of circus
celebrity, 'intends going into the busi
ness of ostrich farming and has pur
chased a tract ol land in Alameda
county, with that intention. Mr. A.
Douglas, and English setler in the
Cape Colony, South Africa, commenced
experiments about eight years ago
vrhli six ostriches. He bis jiow about
three Jmndred on hand, having sold j
eighty-five, each bird eavs about twun-
ty pounds of vegetaLie matter per1
day, and the net profit from the sale of
1 i - -"-w"--vyvv:
in the last lour rears. Tim cost of fh ,
heginiungs of the experiment is not j
given. The hiiels are hatched by arti- '
ficial means and iluj process requires '
forty two days. In natural hatching j
.op.3 egg -ill en "faws; :in the aitificial
I- . n,A iii tu-plw
Editor Astoiax': ' " m
For a -few ' years past, an'dparticu-
larljr since the death of olcLHanible-J
tonian, an unusual prominence in turf
and breeding circles lias given to the
two Messenger-families of horses," -the
Mambrinos and Hambletonians. Their
exploits on the turf,' as "vell 'as tlie
places they fill all over tlie land as
magnificent carriage and, road Worses,
has 'disseminated hundreds of thou
sands of dollars. A very brief history
of the origin of these two families may
not be amiss, and can be preserved 'for
Old v imported English Messenger
had a son foaled in this country called
Mambrino. Mambrino had two sons
called respectively, Abdallah ana
Mambrino Paymaster. Abdallah had
a son called Hambletonian, and Mam
brino Paymaster a son called Mambri
no Chief. Hambletonian is known
as the progenitor of the Hambletonian
family, and Mambrino Chief of the
Manijjrino family. -It will be seen
that both these families .are but collat
eral branches of the same fountain
head, and both three degrees removed
from Old Messenger in Hambletonian
and Mambrino Chief. Hambletonian
was located in New York, Mambrino
Chief among the thoroughbred of
Kentucky. Both -of these horses are
now dead. .Public opinion is much
divided as respects the comparative
merits of these two families. It will
always be decided probably by the
respective merits of their representa
tives, sometimes one way, and again
the other, and opinion will continue
divided. '"Ban Mace" the master
reinsman of the turf 'declares that
Lady Thorn, a Mambrino, is the fast-
eat ;uul L'amost m:ire tliat ever trod
iron, and he says he could have driven
: " , ,. . ,
her in 2:10 or below, at any time be
fore the miserable railroad accident
that made her a cripple for life. The
record shows that Mambrino Gift, a
Mambrino, stands at the head of the
list as the fined stallion in the world.'
The fastest recorded time of either mare
or gelding is credited to the descend
ants of Hambletonian. I may add
that it is now beintr found out that the
union of these two branches c.f Messen
ger families, as well as the infusion of
this strain of blood upon the various
other families, is producing the won
derful "trotting, road, and business
horses of America." Breeder.
A brown silk veil, and a gentleman's
cloth overcoat cape. W ere left-in tho Conure
jrationul Chinch, andean bcJiad on applica
tion to E.'C.'iluLDEX.
Xolictyi- hereby givonthat thepnrtnnr
.hip hiM'ctoioiu existing between the under-
H - nd in the saloon lUbi!ie:,i?thkKluydis
lvcd l).v mutual conMit. The biMnesi
wilI bc c:o:UuuiC(1 hy peUMOIalt,or, atth,
juno place, and nil debt due the late firm
niu-t he paid to him, and all debts due ow
ing by the-lata firm will be pair! bvhim.
Astoria, June 7th, Ii7G. 13
Any-one wihing charcoal can be
furnished with any amount bv addre-ing
order to C. J . TllENCLIAEI),
Thfro;h funds in the Treasury of
Pacific County lo pay all ouMancling
'County Oilier. Iht-.t will ceae trom
this die. JOHN CE ELLEN.
Treasurer Paciiic Co.
i OrstcrvilloyJtinp 5, LST'j.
C OlUBlbia Bai SalOGH
Jas- L Ly'CH Proprietor,
r H. Ctittcr's and Miller's '
J a ' v"uuu eVJU 1U,11U b .
ilXtra Ulcl IjOurbon
EL00D WOLFE ScOrS POUTER,
TEXXANTS PALE ALE
And n. fOininn Ifnn rT"ntnnrfrt1 "IVTWC n.wl
L1QU0HS to winch I Hnvlto tho attention of
myx-ustomcrs.and tiic public scnerally.
.Clfc.XTT.W Ant?T?.T?TTQT7TU-CflfnC '
i-'J-i --ci-r JUJ-vj.JLVjixijjjjirjLo.
A girl to do genefrnl house work.
SZ33 Wages 25 to 30 pen; month'.
Norte but a good hand need apply.
Apply at Mrs DAGGETT'S.
"OVELT-Y.B AltBER- SHOP
r Is the place to got your
Come nnd try tho Novelty.
Parker Houscblock. Astoria, Oregen:
J. L. CAMPBELL, Prop.
Thero will be s. meeting of tho Anti-Chinese
AT THE COITCT HOUSE AT 7
0LOCK FRIDAY EVENING,
to which the public are invited. On which
occasion Gen. 0. F. Bell willr.ddress the
meeting. A. II. SALE, President.
W. B. Boss, Secretary,
"In Great Variety, at .
Russell's Yariety Store,
Wlic SiiVclihj gtftOMH.
AX INDEPENDENT NEWSPAPER:
THREE DOLLARS PER YEAR.
I Tfthfc 'Sttcrftlu llztgtimttlL
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The Only Paper Published at Hie Sea-Port of Oregon
SATURDAY June 3. 187G.
LOOK 'A'-T THIS.
irWlitch is Just Tho Thing to
?end to your friends abroad.
J. X. AKMSTROXG,
Having built anew building, specially adap
ted to the business, noxt door to Dr. Kin
soy's on tho Koadway, is nor pro
pared to take
First Class Pictures,
At reasonable prices. Call and secure a
shadow ore the substance fades.
D. K. Warken. C A. McGuirk.
Astoria Market !
Corner of Clicnamus ind Cass streets,
"WARREN & McGUIRE, Proprietors,
(Successor to Jlobson fc Warren,)
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in all kinds of
Fresh and Cured Meats!
A full line of Family Groceries,
CANNED FRUIT, ArEGETARLl, ETC.
FS")utter, Bgjjs, Cheese, etc. constantly
ilif Ships supplied at tho lowest rates.
Main Street, Astoria Oregon ,
RESPECTFULLY CALLS TILE ATTEN
t:on of tho public to the fact that tho
above 3Iarket will always bo supplied with a
PULL VABTETY 35EST QXTALITY
FRESH AND CURED MEATS !
"Winch will bcsotojUnt lowest rate??, wholesalo
and retail. Special attention givento supply
Gennan Sausage Factory
Now Building Parker House Block.
Mam Street, Astoria.
J. S. MAYEE,
- - Proprietor.
TX ADDITION' TO Til E MANUFACTURE
JL o! all .ort.s-cf tho Cleanest and Best made !
5?au?nKO from the be.'t quality of Pork and
leel, at tho ahove stand,-in quantities sum
went tosupniuy the trade has just opened
new stock of
preserves and cashed pkuit
And a good quality of Cigars and Tobacco.
JKTKre Butter. Cheese, V. Haras. Ba-' S wWm?p n!l' Wbldh WlU be Sold f
pnn iinil c)um1(rs .ii-.iv An lTnnii l'ie lowest marKctratCft. , ,.
C0" ouu"f ftl w ajon hand. f fn vitc th(J pubHc gcncrally to caII anft
Hj r resh i-ecr. Pork, Mtion. and Vepcta- examine my stock nnd prices. Uavju? located
We supjdied to order. Call andgiveinea permanently in Astoria I " mean business.'
trial. .,,. . , . . .. ,
BUSINESS CARDS PRINTED
XiLE ASSYRIAN Office.
a iSVMv t -,?f
Full Spring StockJ.
- ' AT "
The Old Cokneb.
A. VAN DSEIT,
"A hplcsalo and Hctail Dealer in
Corner Main and Chenamns Streets,
PRICE THIS STOCK,
2&-F0R IT CANNOT BE BEAT
'Sktr 5 ,.
ji-i r ii
Pricos. inclndinR Gaupc and Handles, six feet,
nine Dollars : ( feet !.7." : 7 feet, 10 .r0.
Orders promiitlv tilled bv
A. VAX DliSEX, Sole Appnt,
for Astoria, Orejron.
FISH BARRELS !
Half Barrels, Quarter Barrels,
AT LIVING PMCES, AT THE
Knappton Barrel Factory,
Knappton, Pacific Co., "W. T.
Corner Main and Chenamns Streets,
DKALER IN THKUHOICKST DRlXDS OF'
Tobacco and Cigars, and the
'Genuine W os t e n h o l.m,
and other English Cutlory. , '
Fairchilds Gold Pens. .,
And al serts of
S T A T I O N E It Y NOTIONS ,ETC.
IWiladay's "Miarf, Iain Street, Astoria,' Ogn.
' ' TIES, PASTRY,
WILL BE SERVED.SrO PATRONS
VV of the Oregon Rnkory of which C.
Binder decerased, was proprietor, tho samo as
usual, by Mis.XJlIAULES 1UNDEK.
J'irst Class Taker erhnloyed, and perfect
satisfaction guaranteed. 411 'orders, laro ir
small, promptly filled on short notice. Pat
ronage of tho public is rcspectfullv solicitedl
MKS. UllAt?. BIDDER.
i New Store. New Goods.
IN THE -SUMMERS BUILDING,
Chcnanius Street. Astoria.
' J. C. TRULLINGER;
H Dum Jtonectfiillv Annoimpo
To the Citiens of Astoria and Vicinity,
That he is now hero. nd has Opened at tho
Aboro Well known Stand,
A LARGE NSD COMPLETE STOCK
fclDry G-oods, Clothing,
BOOTS AND SHOES,'1 " '
And everything required for daily use. down
to a. sack of rlouror Feed from my own mill
&3ThG Sawiriill-isnbw in running -order.
R -.' -SH3!."V. r
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.cirtvc i th r 'it tr s.-
IS 0- t
with a Jull boom ofyjhoice logs, and I am also
propared tofiil'or3crs. large or small, on short
jUce,.for any Jiind of lumber.
JL C. TRULLINGER.
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wr. innamus ana fas SJrccts,
- , ASTORIA, OKF.UO.V. -
NOW opening! ' .,
A SPLENDID STOCK OF
Dry Goods, Hardware,
NAILS AND ROPEj,
Boots and Shoes,
Hats and Caps,
Paints. Oils ,f Window
G-IiAS S !
AND A FULL SUPPLY OF
DOORS & WINDOWS,
WHICH WILL k SOLD CHEAPER
THAN EVER BEFORE.
fi3As I am making a speciality in
that line of lmsines-, patties in want of
Doors and "Windows will find it to their
ftdvantage to call.
I. W. CASE.
OILAS B. SMITH.
Ofneo in "Warren & McGuire's building, op
posite Occident Jlotel.
Facts Worth Knowing
A. W. Cone, - - Astoria,
SIGN OF THE GOLDEN SHOE.
Cannot be beat in the Boot and Shoe lino
Call and. "eo him.
S1GX OF THE GOLDEN SHOE,
Jfai'n Street, Jttort'a
WATCHMAKER and JEWELER.
ANNOUNCES TO THE TEOPLE OF
stona and vicinity that he is now pre
pared to do all kinds of
WATCHMAKING AND JEWELLING
in tho neatest possiblo manner. All work
issr Agent for tho WALTH AM and ELGIN
ttatches. Ill A CUTTING.
Chcnanius streot, Astoria, Ogn.
Hoitee and Sign Painting,
Special attention jntid to Country worl:.
Shop on Squcmoqhu street,
ASTOKIA, - - - ORE;0.
New Pleasure Yacht.
rrHE NEW SLOOP
K. C. SniVELY Master.
Is now ready for freight or charter to any
point on tho bay. J laving fin o accommoda
tions for plcasuro seekers, and a record for
f.ist sailing, offers superior accommodations
, 3-"or freight or chartor. at reasonable rates,
apply at the restaurant of E. C. Holden.
It. C. SJUVELr, Astoria.
City Book Stoee!
All Kinds of BOOKS,
Main Street .....Astoria.
THE LATEST AND BEST EASTERN
Periodical ana Weeklies, and tho leading
Newspapers of tht-day. for sale,
mr Coast Charts and Shipping Elante con
stantly on hand.
-Astoria Brewery Saloon,
And Bottled Beer Depot ! ,
MAIN STREET, ASTORIA.
R UDOL PH EARTH,
The Best Quality Lager Beer,'
FIVECENTS A GLASS. J
tfsr Tho patronago of tho public is respect
fully Solicited. Orders for Lager, or iJottled
Jieer.Jn any quantity, promptly filled.
, 3if Free Lunch day and night.
Astoria Sail Loft,
NOW EEADY FOR BUSINESS.
PatronizHoniB Manufactures Keep tlie Honey Here
rilHE UNDETCSTONET) TVEfis. T.V.avp
JL to irifohn the public in pon oral, and the
'fishermen 'particularly, that he is now prepar-
vx w muh fju is ui ovury ue?cripuOD on Saort
notice, iind.at.reasonablo rates.
1 Address: A. M. JOHNSON ,