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Astoria, Oregon, Saturday Morning, September 29, 1877.
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To City Subscribers.
There are such frciuent chansc in the rcci-
rlenuu of our city patron? that we shall, feel j
oimeed to any iviio sua kg such ciianges n nicy
will leport the fame to thi- office Otherwise
we .'hall not bo repon-iblc for failftre- of the
-currier to deliver the paper promptly and
regularly to them.
Armos .Sale. At 2 i. m. to-day, by
jJ. .S. Wor.slcx . See posters.
To Cr.KAK. The British Peer. British
3Ionarch ami Ilaidee will probably clear
J3oim-:as ox a JStimki:. The winds
howled about Astoria night before last,
b.it (lid no damaire.
i'oy.iya. The Ajax and the Orizaba
in 1 rancisco lor this port on
Aw.i)Ki The cbmmittcc on fire
and water yesterday awarded the new
csieain lire engine to'Bescue Co. No. 2.
To Liveiywd per Jochincar, Sept 1 :
Whent-23.300 ctls $i-M 00
To Ihiivlnlv, per Mattic Maclcay,
Flour. 202 Darrcls lt2HJ 50
Cslc (Jood?, lOo cases... it'll 25
l'otatoe, 1V2 sacks .. 2) i 00
Ham?, 210) m .! (
Salmon, rt bbls 3.HS0 00
S lenses .hMHm)
Miscellaneous mdc 2,315 32 S,7S5 07
To Honolulu jvr FaVcinhurg, Sen 2:
Flour. 50 bbls 5 ."00
Salmon. 121 bbjs 1,012 0U
llfinkgs .. 831 0)
:J" ca.-e 220 00
Lumber. pnr? and bolts 2,U42 52
Oats and bran 4" Otf
Miscellaneous mdse 7o'J 00 5.S12 55
To Victoria awl Sanaimo j)r str
California. Sept J:
Flour. 1552 bbls S S,77a 50
Wheat, 12 cental? 1,2J 71
Uian. Meal and Mid
dling. .15,71' 940 aS
Miscellaneous mdse..... o.WW IS 10,032 50
To QueenAotrn per Kinelune Sej 11:
boat 23.:SW ctls- 4G,5'J3 74
To Q it cry' own per Jluta.ta'a Laurel
Wheat, 22,501 centals -HS,SS1 71
To Qucttoiotcn perGreUi, Sept 19:
Wheat, Wi.rtfiO bushel? S0,1S0 S2
To Quccnlotmpcr OUan HaySc) th:
Wheat. 5b.22S bush els 00,875 10
Per Aveon, S. F. Sept 17:
250 bbls flour
15S2 centals wheat
lO'.'S eases salmon
200 sacks potatoes
500 .. ovtcrs .
10J boxes apples, etc. about.
SI ,500 00
Fun-: Ala km. The fire alarm n'mht
foefoiv las,i was oeeasioin'd by a burning
tint at C. L. Pai kerV store. 7o damage.
Sriioor. ('lhsiii). Mrs. llr.xford's ri
vate school closed (he summer and fall
term yesterday alier a wry saiisfaetory
ctK'.rse for tlie little folk.
Per Mr California, S F, SeptSC:
Wheat. 7,200 ctls 15,000 00
i Per Cheyter. S F, Sept SO:
12.7S) centals wuoat S20,uoo uu
l.i71 sl oats - 1
bn ks iotatoc?
2 cases SHlmon f
1,110 pktjs, etc J o,000 00
Sktiti:!) Out -A saloon l:eeier known
!:tre as Charley at. Louis, it is said has
skipped our. leaving sundiy creditors in
To Public School Children.
Pj:i,icaxs These birds are so abund
ant about Astoria now that they can be J rftlu which is as follews:
Prof. Meachen, principal of the Asto-
via public schools, requests us to publish
rules X1I1 and XIV. page 11, of rules
and regulations for the government of
public schools and school oflicers in Ore-
rtsily captured vith a,shot gun atsliort
Coal Cakoo Coming. The British
JvULK-XlII. Teachers are authorized
to require from the parent or guardians
of pupils, either in person or by written
note, in all cases of absence or tardiness
ship ,ilerystwith Castle, is on the way ; or of dismissal before the ehi.se of school
to this nort with a cargo of coal from i :ll,l ixewe shall be deenu-d valid
v ,.- ..;.,. x- ur except that of sickness or neces.varj
.eucaf,tle. . .S. Y. iMiinlovnicnt. The teacher shall be the
iivl.x m't1n mnluMiMicv (if (ocimw sub-
3xiii:. This delicate bird is abund- wu0 an appeal to the directors.
ant in the market now. and you can get) Kt'Li:XlV. Whenever the unexcused
noi only snipe, but trout, herring, duck absences of any pupil during any one
ofalIwtiblekimls.aila b(.untiful sup- term snail amount in the aggregate to
plvoi hiiHibiit fresh cod, etc., etc., by hTvcn , (ls Ji11' fiailfln' expelled from
visiting Victoria. the school if the directors so erder: and
the teacher shall .suspend him until the
Tkatx Porr.Ki:s Killld. Two of I opinion of the directors can be taken,
the train robbers on the Nerili Paei lie . 1-or this purpose unexcused abM-nee or
railroad were caueht -mhi killed near J tardiness for half a day or lev, and for
Denver on the 20th.. the siuuu) were ta
ken from their person-. Onicers are on
the track of four others of the u;amr.
sjirour. Dy j)C.rusal of the above rules, and if
Sves us ! 1)0111C in luil,d win not lu' ai)t to lllul
inove inau one noiu ;u jui uiie mm,
Sitalibe deemed a half day's absence:
and such absence or tardiness for more
iii.in luilf i dav at one time, shall be
I...W. -- -- -.
Exlakgki). The late rains -or some reckoned as alienee lot a v n):e tiaj.
other inliuence" has eausfil the columns Parents and scholars will be benefited
ot Tin-: Daily Astokiax to
They appcaved yesterdttj an iiu
half lomer th:m before. hicli
thirty inches more space forreadiiiir ' fault wlien the 14th rule is enforced, if
iatier. j jt innst be enforced. Teachers should
I .,.f i i.uvimro 'lioiovir m iiiinil is
- t- lli'llllll. ill llIM 1U.1 ltAAVl&.VA V l'"l'" '
a f. r: VK' ' N?W- ln,c77r.obi),n! absent, to secure i)evfeet co-operation
tdl lutty I ain .singn.g Hie l L Jtin a strict observance of the
Cabin m tne lane, Oathering shells by V11V,
the .Sea 8hore, song and chorus, Pretty ..
as a Picture, schottisciie. at Cornart's,
The Seattle jJispatcn assans xjy.
Baker vety much after the style of a
fish huckster. It is eminently proper
says the Walla Walla Statesman, that
the public press should discuss the
question of regulating freights and
I tares, but that can be done temper
i ..folv oml with nnf. iiKsailimr the irentle-
men who happen to have invested
their means in railroads.
atient for Sherman & Hyde's music house
.ban 1' rancisco.
Ox the Way. Mr. Henry Thompson,
accompanied by ilrs. Sarah Kirkland,
are passengers on the Orizaba which
sailed from San Francisco, Thusday the
27rh insL Mrs. K. comes to visit the
iriends of her youth in this vicinity.
....Large assortment of Autograph
and Photograph albums, as well as a fine
assortment of Papcterte, just received at
Adler's book store.
....-Another Humbug.'' '-The Dance
of Life." -That Wife of Mine." and
-That Husband of Mine,"' now in press;
be received in a few days at Adler's,
next to the White House.
. . . .The latest styles of men's hats can
be found at Hamburger's.
Cashmere, silks, empress cloths,
Tamise cloths, alpicas:all latest shades,
with fringes ami buttons to match, at
The largest and latest styles of
dniss goods and waterproofs can only be
found' at P. Hamburger's. Don't fail to
insneet them and depend upon it, prices
extremely low. See advertisement.
We have received an immense and
nice assortment of ladies and child's
knit cloaks, saques, nubias, hoods, nice
goods and cheap at Hamburger's, Main
street, above Chenamus. See advertisement.
"" Persons requiring furnished rooms
can be accommodated at Mrs. 3Iuhsoii"s
new lodging house.
Mrs. 11. A. Derbv has justrcceived
some new trimmed hats by the last
Miss Brown intends opening a
private school at Arrigoni's hotel 1st of
( )ctober. Will also give lessons in music.
Terms. 50 cents per week, music j;0 per
A full stock of the finest Parlor
Stoves and Heaters, for wood or coal,
will be sold cheaper than the cheapest
by Jackins & llawes.
Board and lodging by the day or
week at the Astoria Beer Hall. Main
stn-ef. Astoria. Peter Daviscourt, pro
prietor. Persons wishing the services of
Dr. J. Welch. Dentist, will bear in mind
that business will necessitate his tempo
rary absence from the city for a time af
ter a few days.
Have you seen the Pismarc stove ?
Xo? Theifcall at once to-day, upon L.
P. Pichman & Co.
...Fresh oysters in every style at
The "Sunny Hearth' is what you
want for your nrivate office. Call on L.
P. IMchnian &Co. and see it. Beautiful
First-class billiard table for sale.
cheap for cash. Inquire at the Occident
Mrs. Dr. Burr. Homeopathic phy
sician, has removed to her new residence
lour doors lrom Liberty hall.-
Dr. P. It. Freeland has located per
manently in Astoria for the practice of
dentistn. Office in Shuster's building,
on Cass street, next door to The Asto
Perfection Stonewall Whisky,
hand-made sour mash; Snow-hill Miis
k;,. lire coojicr sweet mash: acknowl
edged from it refined taste and delicacy
of llavor to be beyond comparison the
be.l in this country, sold at the Astoria
Liquor More oy il. Marx ifc uo.. aier
.zPhotogiiphs! The latest styles
takeiMAhubter's new gallery, Cu-s st.,
nexttiXne A-torian office.
JgZrSan Francisco beer, Steilacnnm
1 iiici, Astoria beer, bottled beer and En
jjlish po'ter ut the Chicago hou-e, Main
street. Astoria. X. "Wyman, proprietor.
pif-r For clean towels, sharp razors,
and an ea-.v hav no to Gillespie at PaK
kkk Heusi: Datils. Hair cutting, ham
puunmg, and dyciujj.
"Little Van has reestablished
himself at the old cornci, re!resiid by hi
late journey to the Atlantic stnte-, and
will a- formerly attend toidl ordets in hi?
line as general jobber.
jgr The Capital, on M'ain near
Squemoeqha street, AVm. Appleby pro
prietor, i- oiie of the snuggc.-t and mo.-t
quiet place.- in the city, where the public
can get the finest quality of wines, liquors
JSTOTJES AND COMMENTS.
A new grammar school house just
completed in Providence, Rhode Is
land, strange as it may seem, cost 84,
000 less than was appropriated for it.
The great Corliss engine of the
Philadelphia Centennial exhibition, is
on its way back to Providence, and
sixty cars are required for its trans
portation. Georgia will vote on the adoption
of the new constitution on the first
Monday in December, and in the
meanwhile the newspaptrs are discuss
ing the location of the capital; Atlanta
and jVIilledgeville have each their ad
vocates. An effort is being made, on be
half of some of the Indians of Miami
county, Indiana, to have all taxes
heretofore paid by them refunded, cat
the ground that as the tribal relations
are still maintained, their property is
Leaves foii Ohio. llev. A. G. Dan
iels who came to Astoria with the ex
pectation of remaining, if his ministra
tion was acceptable, has been compelled
to desist from labor from nervous pros
tration, and will leave soon for his
lather home in Ohio.
) a ship-masters reading room in con- Unv Sabbath at all since it abolishes
ction with the Gem saloon in Astoria , the Sabbath of script
SiriP-MAsTEU'S iiEADIXC I()OM. Mr
Peter Wilhelm has permanently fitted
The latest .shinning minors and hoiin-
ward and outward bound shipping lists
are kept onJk CedljuuLseehinu
Pepoxal. We acknowledge a call
yesterday from Mr. Bobbins, of the well
known firm of Blake, Bobbins & Co.,
San Francisco. Mr. Kobbins came up a
passenger by the Elder, for the purpose
of renewing acquaintances in Oregon,
and attending the State fair, which will
meet at Salem on Monday next.
Two seventh-day Baptists were
recently fined $4 each in a town in
central Pennsylvania for working on
Sunday. They refused to pay and
were sent to jail for four clays. They
claim that the state law of 1794 is un
constitutional and that it is opposed to
Pbksexts ix Stoke fok Some One.
Through the courtesy of Bro. F. Ferrell,
who is always on the alert for the good .
pture and ordains a
new one which is really no Sabbath.
The United States senate stands
thirty-nine republicans, thirty-three
democrats and three vacancies, which
will undoubtedly be filled by demo
crats. This will give the republicans
but a technical majority of three,
counting all the disaffected senators ;is
republicans. It is easy to see that the
democrats will soon have control of the
senate, as the senators from South
Carolina, Alabama, Arkansas and
For Glassware. Cvockcry. Powder and
Shot. Gun Wads. Percussion Caps. in
fact everything that is useful as well as
ornamental, go to .J. W. Gearhart. who
sells cheap for cash. Goods delivered
free of charge.
Caxahy Birds. for sale at Gilles
pie's, Paricer house baths.
Direct to Astoria. Mr. M. Wise
inform.-the lad ie and gentlemen of As
toria and vicinity that he ha- opened his
store with a nice a-sorted stock of goods,
which he propo-e- to -ell at bed-rock pri
ces for cash, llemember th place, oppo
site 11. F. Cnuneld'.- D:ug Store.
f followslmi generally, two elegant i-blonda will be succeeded oy democrats.
presents nae oeen deposited wirn tnc
S. G. of Beaver Lodge Xo. ;, I. O. O. F.,
of this city, to be presented to two
worthy brothers new year eve. uiei
The hop yield this year in the
State of New York is the largest on
record, and is of excellent quality.
It imcreases in quantity j'early, and
is expected to become a very jrofitable
crop. The demand for hops increase
with the growing liking for lager beer.
On account of his inability to
speak the language of the common
soldier, Don Carlos could not obtain
a command of any kind in the Ilussian
army, He is with ic, however, enjoy
ing the rn-ivilege of having a royal
escort of Cossacks, and of going
wherever he pleases.
England and France are disagree
ably surprised at a new tariff which has
suddenly been issued at Madrid,
whereby imports front those countries
are subjected to duties from fifteen to
fifty per cent higher than those levied
upon similar goods from Germany,
Belgium, and elsewhere.
Henceforth no man need labor
through life under the burden of an
ill-shaped, nose. A London philan
thropist advertises a "nose machine,"
which, "applied to the nose for an
hour daily, so directs the soft cartilage
of whicn the members consists that an
ill-formed nose is quickly shaped to
The Olympia legislature meets
October 1st, and is restricted to a ses
sion of iorty days. The members re
ceive a compensation of SG a day, and
are allowed mileage coming and going.
The presiding otHcers receive $10 a
day, and the clerks, doorkeepers, etc.,
are allow ed $5 each per day
The democrats, in the California
legislature, have forty-eight majority
on joint ballot. The Senate is com
posed of twenty-nine democrats, ten
republicans and one independent,
with democratic proclivities. In the
Assembly the democrats have ritty
five members and the republicans twenty-live.
There was at Dieppe, in France,
at last accounts an old three-masted
vessel called the Petrtts, built 300
years ago. The stern is elevated and
the bows are rounder than those of
the present day. She is staunch and
still in service. She was built in Nor
way, and has always been employed In
the Baltic and North Sea trade.
The superintendent of the royal
foundry at Woolwich, England, has
made a report on the experiments
with the big guns of the Italian iron
clads Duilio and Dandolo, stating that
the heaviest English ordnance would
fail to pierce their armor, while the
100-ton Italian pieces could success
fully damage any vessel in existence.
An artesian well, sunk in Nevada
on Eel River island, at the depth of
120 feet struck a current of gas which
when ignited sent up a flame jet 36
feet high. A strong wind failed to put
it out, and an eight hours' rain did not
extinguish it. In the night a news
paper could be read by its light 100
Secretary Thompson, m speaking
i of the numerous jokes at his expense,
said; "That of the hatchway was
bes'."' Sonic one present had not
Caxxot gkt Transportation.
The Walla WaUa Statesman says
that -ve visited the railroad depot
one day last -week and found the
glut of grain even greater than at
a corresponding period the week
before. On some of the platforms
it is stacked eighteen and twenty
sacks deep, and the open prairie
for blocks around is covered with
grain. It is now quite evident
that the means for moving the
crop fall short of the demand, and
that a very considerable amount
of grain must remain over to an
other season. Monday last the
Oregon Steam Navigation com
pany placed a third boat on the
river, and these three are equal to
moving fifteen hundred tons a
week. It is a great misfortune
that the means of transportation
should be short, but it is now too
late in the season to remedy the
evil, and so our producers must
oinn rmrl liov if.
Q. . V-. .LU.
Delicacy ix Women. If there
is one trait in a woman's charac
ter to be loved and admired above
another, it is true, modest, unas
suming delicacy. The true deli
cacy of a woman consists in ad
ministering to the wants of the
distressed, giving counsel and
good advice in a friendly manner,
and in not seeming to know that
she has done anything but her
duty, and it in a very unobtru
sive way. True delicacy will
I never give offense, yet tell us of
our worst faults at all tinies. Ave
have known ladies with such a
natural delicacy that our admira
tion of that most estimable trait
of character though they were
very plain and not riQssessed of
nature's beauty caused them to
seem to us the mo-t beautiful of
women. Delicacy made them so
pure in thought, word and act,
that our admiration did not allow
us to see the fault of nature's
adornement after we had known
them a day. A delicacy that is
natural is ever moddest, retiring
and full of compassion a.nd human
sympathy, it is possessed of a
heart that is ever open to others'
woe and sorrows.
2?Mt is too late in the day to argre heard it, and he repeated: "In one ot
intelligent bu.-incss men the piopriety i my visits of inspection it was said that
e--uy oi auveru-mc tneniseive.-. 1 1 was asked to dehne the proper oi
t i--loo well organized now Uint : mensioIls of a Ilatch way Taii that I
:t2 'That depends upc the size
the haul time- suece.-taily which I of the htjn and the numoer ol eggs sue
Oregon, the queen s.ate of the noith
west holds in her right hand long life and
whole'programme was made known In unusual health, and in her left great
the lodge last evening. All inembeis . wpnith nnd nower. -ind invites the indus-
and sojourning brothers are invited to L . , , ' . . iiff. .,, ,nwmift
aim "" " i" '
be present next Friday evening
take a look at tne vaiuaoie present:
and put take of them..
and nece--ity of adverti-ing themselves. X was asked to define the proper oi
The fact i- too weil organized now that; lliensiona of a hatch wav. and that I
A..i.. tl? .. U.t-fi- fliil .1.1 i.nt-f f l t. ...... I '
u.i:. iiiusi: iiuusi-s vnnvn kuikhtu jwui
keen their names and ware? con.-tantlv is to sit on.
beforu the public eye. J. lie experience of
every intelligent and educate 1 bu-ine-s
man U clear upon this point, and hence
the columns of a new.-paper. especially
who mav be relied upon as intelligent.
prudent and entcrpri-iiig. Only those
who understand the art of advertising
(and it is an art), know that the effective
mode ;s4to keep the puhlic constantly and
stcudily apprised, ot what they have fur
Percival D. Richards, in traveling
on the New York Central railroad be
tween Locknort and the Suspension;
; uuiuiiiiis ii ii iirn.-iM iriHiiiiiiv i . - ,, ii
what are called "dull t nu,,! will give ! Bridge, stretched a wire rrom tne to
i ro-ter of the bu-ines men of a place, i comotive to thp third car, and with a
An Oregon Mining DrTon.
The 0 regon Sen tin el says : V ork
on the Sterling water ditch is pro
gressing rapidly . ' About 400 men
are employed along the line, and
the company expect to commence
mining operations about the first
of December. The estimated cost
of the ditch is 3o,000. The com
pany paid (s2o,UGU for their min
ing ground, and it will cost in
the neighborhood of 10,000 to
purchase and place in position
pipes and other operatives for
mining purposes. This is one of
the greatest mining enterprises
ever undertaken in southern Ore
gon, and its success is bv the com
pany considered certain . A steam
baw-null was, a lew clays ago,
transported to the grouuds of the
company to furnish lumber for
fluming and other purposes,
southern Oregon is known to be
rich in the precious metals, and
for years has been awaiting the
enterprise and capital of such men
as D. P. Thompson & Co., of
Portland, who have undertaken
this mammoth work, and, vith
their characteristic energy, are
pushing it to rapid completion.
A happy consignation is devo
tedly to be wished, as it will
not only advance the interests
of the company, but the pros
perity of the whole country. A
brighter future is certainly await
ing this section in the unfolding
of our undisputed natural resour
ces. The attention of capitalists
is turned thitherward, and our
gold-bedded hills must again ad
mit the sway of the miner,, and
vield their treasare to enterprise
set of ordinary hand telephones suc
ceeded in communicating readily with
the conductor on the rear platform of
the third car, although the train was
Wheat Iliyo. There is but one way
to compete with. the wheat ring at Port
land. Forma ring for pools on v.hejt
in efn-i - A fir TVIwni oflnnf o- A c?
arly forty miles an hour, he j toria is always- on "a. par with wheat
a seat beside, the engineer. afloat at San Franuisco.. IJceollect thaL
v - e