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Astoria, Oregon, Saturday Mopjog, January, 11, 1879.
special Dispatches to The Dally Astorian
11 AIL CARRIER CASEY LOST IN
A MONTANA SNOW STORM.
XIXE DATS WITHOUT POOD OR
REMARKABLE CASE OF ENDUR
ANCE. A BLAINE AND CONKL1&- PRE-
WnO ARE THOSE SHREWD POLI
TICIANS? EXPLOSION IN A PENNSYLVA
NIA COAL MINE.
SEVERAL MEN SUPPOSED TO
HAVE BEEN KILLED,
PA1IILY PROVEN TO DEATH
ANK PRESIDENT KEED
REWARD OF $1,000 OFFERED FOR
DOINGS OF THE CONNECTICUT
GOV. ANDREWS INSTALLED AS,
Helena, Montana, Jan 9. 0$
fTiOjTfVi nf APomliPr .mail dliVgSl
Casey left Sun rive? In a mail cart for
Fort Benton. !pt reaching twenty
eight mile Spring station, half way to
Benton, and a blinding snow storm
prevailing at the tiue, it was supposed
that he was lost. Search was made,
iid on the 5th inst. Casey was found,
seated in the cart, which the horse
was drawing slowly along, about
twenty miles north of Spring station.
During all this time he had wandered
on the priarie in nearly a circle, picket
ing the horse and camping out at
night. His feet were badly frozen,
but it is believed not seriously. The
only thing that passed his lips for
nine days was tobacco and snow.
The thermometer the whole of that
time being below zero. It is a most
remarkable case of endurance.
1$zw York, Jan. 9. The eastern
movement for Qyant's re-nomination
to the presidency is quieting down. It
is the general opinion, amomj the
shrewdest in forecasting 1ie political
iorizon, that the Gra.nt movement
reached its climax after the Maine
election, when fear was aroused of the
greenbackers obtaining control of con
gress. Pittston. Pa., Jan. 9: A y o'clock
this morning, just after tjie miners
had descended into the Pennsylvania
Coal Co.'s shaft No. 4, near this place,
?i terrible gas explosion occurred near
the carnage way by which several men
are supposed to have been killed.
Sherman, Neb., Jan. 9. Clark
Hubbard, wife and two children, en
route west from Sherman city, were
frozen to death near Pilot point,
Texas, on the night of the 5th instant.
Cleveland, 0., Jan. 9. Hon. Cc
Iumbus Delano, ex-secretary of the
interior, is dangerously ill at his resi
dence at Sit. Vernon. Thos. Reed,
for seven years cashier of the First
National bank, has absconded. The
president of the bank offers 1,000 re
ward for his capture.
Hartford, Jan. ). The Connecti
cut, legislature met in joint conven
tion to-day and elected an entire re
publican state ticket, Gov. Andrews
-as escorted to the capitol and iiijJ
stalled as governor;.
Washington, Jan. 9. The house
committee on education and labor to
day, -with only one negative vote,
adopted an entirely new report pro
posed by Willis, to accompany the
Chinese immigration bill, in vJ5cli he
shows not only thai; restrictive, legisla
tion is demanded ly the public inter
est, but that it is unquestionably with
in the constitutional power of copgress
to enact legislation, contravention of
treaty, or to repeal a treaty altogether.
The report is able and exhaustive on
all pointy In will be presented tp the
Special Dispatches to the Dally Astorlan
LIABILITIES OF THE CORNISH
UNEASINESS ALLAYED, AND,
THE DRAIN UPON OTHER
PUNISHED FOR AVOIDING
LOSS OF THE BRITISH STEAMER
BVYARD FROM NEW OR
LEANS. TWO SURVIVORS PICKED UP
JJX" A SPANISH BRI.
DISPATCHES PROM ROME.
IMPORTANT CHURCH LETTER
PROM THE POPE.
A SENSATION ANTICIPATED.
. . .WfWTu' --
London, Jan. 9. The Liabilities of
the Cornish bank are 658,000 ster
ling, which is much less than supposed.
The uneasiness in Cornvrall is allayed
and the dram upon other banks has
Paris, Jan. 9. Sixty young men
having quitted Thann, Alsace, to
avoid conscription have each been
sentenced by default to pay (a fine of
12,000 marks, or two hundred daya
imprisonment, and suffer the seizure
of their property to pay the fines.
London, Jan. 9. The Spanish
brig Enranocean, from Fernando,
Florida, for Floral, Spain, landed
there yesterday with two of the crew
of the steadier Bayard, which foun
dered at sea December 10th. All of
the remainder of the crew "were drown
ed. The Bayard was a British
steamer of $64 tons, commanded by
Capt. Everette. She sailed from
New Orleans Dec. 4th for Rouen.
Rome, Jan. 9. The Pope has just
sent to the bishop of the Catholic
church a very important church letter
in which he speaks at length of the
condition of the church and society
and explains what he has already
done, and what remains to be done.
The document will shortly be pub
lished. It is believed it will create
Mr. Shipley tells us of p disease
which has wovked disastrously among
the cattle and hogs of farmers in In
diana and Michigan. The cattle are
taken suddenly and generally die in
their tracks. By a post-njortem exami
nation of two steers it iva3 found that
the entire system, intestines, organs,
arteries and veins, were in a general
;ate of congestion. It is to be hoped
the disease may be prevented from
spreading any further. The report of
D. "SV. Yoyles of Indiana, to the
agricultural department, on the so
called hog cholera which has been af
flicting the swine of that and neigh
boring states, indicates that the disease
is not cholera at all, but a form of
Pacific Coast News.
Special Dispatches toTfce Daily Astorlan.
ANOTHER DEMONSTRATION IN
A ItflXEQ REPORT BUT APPAR-.
ENTLY A DISGRACEFUL
ANOTHER VICTIM; TO DRINK
SUICIDE IN GILROY".
A YQUTII KILLED BY
San Fran;ctsco, Jan. 8. -Union halj.
was crowded last nigh in response tq,
a call of Cap;. Thos. Francis O'Malley
Baines, for an anti-coolip meeting.
Bames presided in full Fenian uniform,.
The Kearneyites were present in force,,
and Baines. was almost4enirely unable
to make hjmself heard.11 The recusant
"worldngrpan's senator, Bones, v$as
called uppn for & speech, but was
treated worse than Bailees. A number
of other.speakers met with rather bit
ter success. Some very violent speech
es were made which the crowd present
applauded -vociferously. When the
meeting adjourned, a number of Kear
neyite.s surrounded Senator Bones on
the sidewalk, and jeered and jostled
him considerably, knocked off his hat,
and made it generally unpleasant for.
him, but attempted no serious violence.
A fine drizzling rain is falling.
Gilrox, Jan. 9. John, S. Murray
committed suicide this morning in the
office of the Southern Pacific hotel by
cutting his throat with a razors He
had been railroad and general engin
eer, but being out of work and in poor
heatfh. had'taken to drinlrwhich crazed
his brain and resulted in self-murder.
Stockton, Jan. 9. A brother of
Linden, 12 years old, accidentally shot
himself while trying to load a pistol.
The bullet entered the thigh and
passed through the bowles killing him
r lie ce Go;rg&
Special Dispatch to The Daily Astorian.
NO BOAT WILL LEAVE PORT
LANA FOR SEVERAL DAYS
ICE GORGE AT THE 3IOUTH OF
TWO OR THREE DAYS WILL BE
REQUIRED FOR THE 3CE
TO MOVE OUT.
STEAMSHIP OREGON AjT
Portland, Jan. 10. No boajfc will
probably be dispatched for Astoria,
for several days, as there is a large
gorge of ice at the mouth uf the "NVal
lamet. The channel is entirely plowed.
And it will probably require two or
three days for the ice to clear itself
The steamship Qregon came up as
far as Kalama, and finding considera-..
ble ice in the river did not attempt to
proceed further. There is no possi
bility of the steamer reaching here
During 1S7S there were 19,
strikes in England. Some curious
mathematician has made a calcu
lation showing that if -all the peo
ple who engage in the strikes were
to work uninterruptedly for the
next ten years at the advance
wages for which they struck, they
would not recuperate themselves
from the losses sustained during
these twelve months "What is
made out of strikes?
Chamber, o Commerce of Astoria.
Regular meeting every 1st and 3d Monday
of each mouth.
' J, Q. A. BO WLBY. President.
Temple JLodge, .No. 7, A. F. A. M.
Regular Communications first and
hird Saturdays in each month, at 7-
o'clock, p. u.t at thj Hall in Astoria.
jMomhcrs of tho Order, in pood standing, are
invited to attend. By ordei of tho "W. M.S
Beaver .Lodcre No. 35, L O. O,
Meet every Thursday evening.
at. 7nVTnV- in fTin fhlrl "Follnw'a
Hall. cor. of Cass and Chonamus "'WW6
streets, Astoria. Membors of tho Order are
nvitcd to attend, By order. X. G,
Astoria Lodge No. 40, L O. G. T.
Regular Meeting every Tuesday Evening
Ht7 o'clock, at Goqd Templar's Hall, Chona
mus Street, Astoria, over, C. L. Parker's
Store Members of tho Ordpr, in godstand
ng, aro invited to attend. Degreo mooting 1st
Monday each mon.th. By order V. C. T.
Regular meetings first and third Tuesday
evenings of each mgijth, at 7 o'clock
S" Persons desn;ipg to hav.e matters,, acted
upon by tho Council, at any regular mooting
must present tho samj to the Auditor and,
Clerk on or beforo the Friday oving priqr.
to tho Tuesday orhich tho CouncjJ.holds its
regular.meotings. R. H. CARDWELL.
Astoria Engine Co. No. 1.
Regular monthly meeting will behold at tho
hall off the Company, on tho secondTuesdy
of eachmonth, at 7 o'clock p.m.
ff5"Members are o,xpoctod to attend pici.
ptly, if not tho usual fines will be imposed
against them, unlos5,legal excuse is ofwrod.
By order of th.q,Cqmpany,
A. VAN DUSEN.Presidqpt.
F. A. Fisher, Secretary.
BANKER AND INSURANCE.
BROKER AND BANKER.
DEPOSITS RECEIVED IN COIN OR cur
r rency subject to check at sight.
esrSIght checksjssued on Portland, availa-
ble in any part ot Oregon and Washington
aS!ght checks Issued on San Francisco,
available in any part of the State, of Cali
fornia. Sightcheck3.isstied.onXev York city,
available in any part otohe Eastern States.
C3Approved b.ills discounted. Loans made
on available security Collections made
LIVERPOOL AKD LONDON AND
NORTH BRITISH AND MERCAN
TILE OF LONDON AND
OLD CONNECTICUT OP HART
COMMERCIAL OF CALIFORNIA
FIRE INSURANCE COMPANIES.
Representing a capital of SO7.000.O0O.
A. VAN DUSEX. Agent.
Em Mutual taaicB Ca,
J. F. Houghton- .President
Ciias. E. Stoky ;. '.'..Secretary
Hamilton Boyd. . Airpnt "for nrprnn
Gko. L. Story. ) Agents ;or Oregon
Oricx Northeast corner of Stark and First
' "streets, Portland, Oregon.
Net Cash received for Fire Prem
iums U11S77 - $333,511 04
Assets, .Fan. 1, 1878 - 578,003 85
Losses vnpakl ?3.(rw 37
Dividends ". 1.957 00 5,505 37
Snrnlus for Property Holders $572,470 47
Losses paid in Oregon in six years-Sll4.5lG 72
I. W. CASE. Acent,
3-2Ctf Astoria. Oregon.
"VfOTICE. Notice is hereby given that the
il partnership heretofoie existing between
Kie Chung, Kie Too. Pang Toe and Lim Sam.
under the linn name and style of Quant:
"Wing Co., pawnbrokers. Astoria, is this day
dissolved by mutual consent. The business
will be carried on by Lung Winji Co., who
will pay all debts 6f tne late firm.
Qua no Wing Co.,
Lung Wise Co.,
Astoria, Oregon, Jan. 1, 1870. j5-2w
CIIAIlCOAIi! CIIARCO.A1j !
THE VXPEltSIONEl). WELL KNOWN
to th Columbia river cannerymen, wishes
to say that he is now prepared to deliver
promptlv, to order within 14 days, charcoals
of the best tpialitv in quantities from 500 to
2),000 bu-shels at the lowest living rates, to
anv noint on the river between liuinier and
AstorhL PETER JOIIX
tj-17 Cathlamet, W. T.
Oregon Brass Wqrks.
D st. bet. Front & First - - Portland, Ogn.
tsrBrass Castings of even dtription
made to order. Cocks and valves of all
kinds made and repaired.
as-Steam "Whistles. Oil Globes, Hydraulic
Pipes and Xozzles. and babbitt metal.
car Particular attention paid to all kinds of
Ship Work. Cash paid for phi Brass Copper,
Le-l and Zinc D. M. MOOIiE, Supt.
HAVING JUST RECEIVED A new stock
consisting of a splendid assortment of -
Dress Goods, Fancy Articles,
Gents' FUfflSHM- GOODS;
Hats, Caps, Boots.and Shoes,
Qu$nsware, Jewelry, Etc., Etc.
We respectfully invite the public tq call and.
Inspect the same.
We have also receved a large stQk of fine,
CIGARS a TOBACGO!
"Which we are offering at San Francisco
wholesale prices. Very repectf ully, '
A. VArDUSEN &. Co.f
Cor Cass & Jefferson sts., - AsboijIa, QN.
If You Want to Select a Suit
From the very best stock in. the city call a
VAN-BUSEN & CO.,.
HAVE A SPLENDID STOCK
Consisting of a great vaijtety of goods tor,
both ladies. and, gentlemen.
Are Agents in Astoria forlhe.SpGER-antJ.
the WHITR "' " l
Large stock constantly on hand.
rpo WH03I IT ilAY CONCERN.
Notice is hereby given that all persons
are forbid tresspassing upon, or in any wav
occupying any portion of the land or beach
surrounding TONGUE POINT, or upon anv
part of. the Henry Marlin hind claim in Clat
sop county. State of Oregon, without permis
sion fr,om the undersigned ; and also xrora
setting out fires upon said qlalm, whereby the
standing tiinber'may in any wav b& Injured,.
VAX DUSKN &l5ROwk
Pep A. VanDusen.
-Astoria. Oct. 5. 1877. -- l
A. L. Bancroft o.A.
MAKE A SPECIALTY OF DOING ALL
kinds fine printing, such as '
FRUIT LABELS, ETC,
And Engraving and Printing by
Anything to order will be received, bv "W.
B. Bancroft, room 10 Qccident Ilbtcl, or
after he leaves by D. C. Ireland. Astorlan,
ollice. ' ,l1 ' 7G-tf
OAK, ASH, HiCKORY,
Carriage api Materia
Orders for lumber for boat or ship work,
promptly attended to. Adxess all orders
E. J. NORT-HFUJP & CO.,
Cor. First and Main streets, Portland. Ogn-
W. E. DEMENT,
Carries a full Assortment of
Drugs, Patent Medicines,
PAINTS, OIL AD GLASS.
Prescriptions filled with, care Day or Night.
C3J Manufacturer of Fishermen's Relief..
A sura preventative of Chapped Iland3, and
cure tor Fish Wounds.
And Dealer in
ALSO IMPORTElt OF
CARPETS, OIL CLOTHS, WALL
PAPER, SHADES, etc.
S2?A11 kimls of repairing promptly at
tended to, and furniture made to order.
g-A full line of picture mouldings and
flames, brackets, window cornices, etc.
J57Full stock and lowest prices, corner of
Squemocaha and Main street. Astoria.
Tho undersigned is prepared to furnipb.
a largo nnmb'er of Spiles and Spnrs at tliii
place on short notice, at roaionablo rates,
Apply to ,r C.3. CAPLES.