The Daily Astorian. (Astoria, Or.) 1876-1883, January 12, 1879, Image 1

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Vol. viii.
Astoria,, Oregon, Sunday Moaning,. January 12',. 1879.
No. 10.
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Telegraphic News.
Special Dispatches to The Dally Asioriaji
RAILROAD SMASH UP- IN AR
KANSAS. BAGGAGE RASTER KILLED AND
EXPRESSMAN FATALLY
INJURED.
CARDIFF STEAMSHIP IN A
STORM.
HEAVY SNOW STORM IN;
SOUTHERN OHIO.
THE WORST STORM EXPERT
ENCED IN TWENTY YEARS.
RAILROAD TRAINS DELAYED BY
SNOW DRIFTS.
SNOW SIXTEEN INCHES DEEP--
DRIFTS OF FIVE FEET
DEPTH
LOSS OF STOCK ANTICIPATED.
THE SUCKER STATE ASSEMBLY.
THE
SUCKER GOVERNOR OjN
RESUMPTION.
GIVE USA REST.
Little Rock, Jan. 10. A passen
ger train on the Iron Mountain railyo&d
was ditched ji ear Kensftt last ni"hfc.
Crawford, baggage, inaster, was killed
and expressman Brown is supposed to
be mortally injured.
New York, Jan. 10. The steamer
Rhiamendela, which arrived to-day
from Cardiff, reports heavy gales
during the entire passage. On the
7th of December her port bulworks
and stanchions were carried away,
hatches and saloon skylight stove,
and everything movable on deck, in
cluding the binnacles, were washed
overboard. The ship was thrown on
her beam ends, and the cargo shifted.
It was GO hours before the ship was
righted and cargo secured.
Cincinnati, Jan. 10. Heavy snow
storm visited southern Ohio yesterday
extending far south into Kentucky
and on to Richmond, delaying trains
on all roads in that region. There
are some instances of stopping them
entirely. At Blaiysville the snowT is
sixteen inches deep, and drifting to
the depth of five feet. It is the heav
iest storm known for twenty years.
Farmers are apprehensive of losing
much of their stock.
SpiuNcriELD, III., Jan. 10. The
legislature met at noon to-day and
the governors message was deliverer1.
It designates the resumption of specie
payment ''as one of the grandest
"achievineuts in the financial history
"of the nation, and as an evidence
"of the -wise policy and enormous
"resources of the country."1
aEH'Goods speak for themselves,"
hut it is onlv alivr they are bought that
they can do m. An object in advertis
ing is to induce people to buy them and
test them. Jf goods .stx'ak for them
selves, a good advertisement may alsi
so
speak for the goods.
S"Do hogs pay?" asks an agricul
tural correspondent. We know of some
that don't. They subscribe for a paper,
rend it for a few years for nothing, and
then send it back to the publisher with
the P. M.s inscription, "refused." Such
hojrs as that pay nothing to anybody, if
they can help it
jS&To discriminate between what
is news and what is advertising in an
item is often a difficult task for a pub
lisher. Newspapers, to be on the safe
side, must sharge when the item brings
inoney to others. Such is but justice,
and in compliance with the laws of bus
iness, and without this discrimination a
liuwspaper wjl fail, financially.
Foreign Ifews.
Special Dispatches toj&c Daily Astoria
SNOW STORMS, GALES AN0
HURRICANES IN SCOT
LAND AND IR?r
LANP.
ICE IN THE THAMES RIVER.
NAVIGATION SUSPENDED BE
TWEEN CHELSEA AND
WOOLWICH.
5ARGES FROZEN IN.
FAILURE OF AN OXFORD
BANKER.
THE ROUMANIAN COMMISSION.
RUSSIA WANTS THE CONSTITU
TION PROMULGATED
EX-PRESENT GRANT- ON1 THE
WING.
THE ENEMY OPPOSING
ROBOTS.
GEN.
THE; STATE AND CHURCH CON
FLICT, THE NEGOTIATIONS
WIT1J 3HE VATi;CIANT.
SIJTTHN'G SOME MATTERS IN
CONSTANTINOPLE.
MURDERER HANGED
QUEBEC.
IN
London, Jan. 10. Dispatches from
Scotland report one of the greatest
snow storms ever known, accompanied
by severe gales. Telegrams from,
Crookhaven, states that fearful storms
prevailed over Ireland. Since yester
day afternoon it as increased to a
hurricane. Many vessels in the harbor,
have dragged anchor. Ice is floating
down the Thames in great quantities,
and steamboat traffic between Chelsea,
and Woolwich is entirely suspended..
Many barges along the river are fro
zeti in.
J. D. Fairman a prominent banker
of Bishop street, Oxford, has failed.
Liabilities 100,000 to 150,000..
Vienna, Jan. 10. The Porte has
asked that eastern Roumanian com
mission be prolonged several months.
It is stated that Prussia is not averse to
this, but is still decided that sjie will
continue her administration over the
province until its constitution has
been promulgated.
The enemy opposing Gen. Roberts
in the light of Tuesda numbered
G,000.
Behlin, Jan. 10. In the lower
house of the assembly to-day debate
opened on the second reading of
estimates for public worship. Hcrr
Windihorst spoke at length on the
conflict between church and state.
IJe considered that negotiations with
the Vatican had failed.
Constantinople, Jan. 10. Matters
relating to the cession of Podgoritza
have been satisfactorily arranged, but
according to a Eogusa dispatch,
Albanian Rotables have declared
their intention to oppose the cession
by force. The minister of finance
has threatened to resign unless the
council of ministers immediately take
measures for the relief of financial
difficulties.
Quebec, Jan. 10. HEchacl Farrell
was hanged here to-day for the mur
der of Prances Conway in August
last.
J&3"A. good adveitis,er- partioularl3r
puts his show-windows into the newspaper.
The Ice Gorge.,
Special Dispatch to The Dally Astorian.
THE STEAMER DAYTON MAKES:
A TRIP TO ST. HELENS
AND BACK FROM
PORTLAND.
CAPT. HIRAM BROWN ARRIVED.
AT VANCOUVER ON
THE 10TH.
STEAMSHOP OREGON IN: THE
ICE AT WILLOW BAR.
THE ICE PILED UP TWELVE
FEET IN THICKSS.
PROSPECT OF BREAKING UPy
Portland, Jan. 11.. Cap t. Kellogg
weirfc to St. Helens yesterday with the
steamer Dayton and returned last
evening. He reports the river en
tirely free from ice from this city to
St. Helens. There was no ice in the
slough, and none in the Columbia, so
far as he could see, up and down.
The Dayton brought up the mails.
Yesterday Pilofc Brown arrived at
"Vancouver from, the steamship Oregon,
which now lies, at Willows bar. Capk
Brown reports the river, completely
gorged with ice at Willo.w, bar. The
Oregon is surrounded by ice, which
has been piled up until nyearly twelve
feet in thickness; however, i,t is
thought tha,t the steamship will not
be detained, very much longer, as the
increased temperature ad warm rain
will soon cause the ice to give way.
Pacific Coast News
Special Dispatches oThc Dally Astorian
THE NEVADA SENATE MEMO
RIALIZE CONGRESS.
CESTKAL PACIFIC RAILROAD
RUMOR.
HOTEL KEEPER SHQT BY A
DRUNKEN FELLOW.
Virginia Oity, Jan., 10. The sen
ate to-day adopted a joint resolution
asking the Nevada congressional dele
gation to use all honorable means to
secure the passage of house bill 2,423,
reported to the house of representatives
from the committee on education and
labor, and such other measures as will
tend to check or prevent further im
portation of Chinese coolies to the Pa
cific coast.
San "Francisco, .Ian. 10. An al
lcge(J California rumor, which the
New York Times gives currenc', to
the effect that titles to the Central Pa
cific railroad and its branches are now
in the hands of Flood & O'Brien, hav
ing been transferred m settlement of
borrowed money, is pronounced false
by a gentlemen who speaks for Mr.
Flood.
Saxta Rosa, Jan. 10. Jack Epper
son shot and killed Henry Thomas, of
the Veranda hotel in Geysorv;lle last
night. Epperson, had been drinking
and was quite boisterous, and was
flourishing a Winchester rille m the
hotel, when he was finally put out of
the house by Mr. Thomas. "While they
were standing on the porch, Epperson
raised his weapon and fired, the ball
striking Thomas in the abdomen, caus
ing death jilmost instantly. Epperson
undertook to escape but was pursued.
During pursuit he iired four shots at
the constable, who finally returned
the fire, breaking Epperson's leg, and
succeeded in arresting him. He is
now in the county hospital. Thomas
was a well kuown and highly respected
citizen.
Chamber of Commerce of Astoria.
Regular meeting every '1st and 3d Monday
of each month.
Jk Q. A. BO WLB Y, President.
Tempi Jjoage, .No. 7, A. F. A. M.
Regular Communications first and&
bird Saturdays in each month, at
o'qlpck, p. m., at tho Hall in Astoria
Members of tho Order, in good standing, aro
invited to attend. Br ordei of tha "W. M.5
Beaver J.odfire No. 35, 1. O. O. F.
Meet every Thursday evening.
at o'ciccK. in tho uaaj?eiiQw,FS&ijff
Hall. cor. of Cass, and Chpnaxuus s,&w&'
streets, Astoria. Members of the Ordes; ar,q.
nvited to attend By order, JN. w
Astoria Lodge No. 40, 1. O. G. T.
Regular Moeting every Tuesday Evening
at 7 o'clock, at Good Templar's Hall, Chona-
mus Street, Astoria, over C. L. Parkorfs.
Store Mombers of tho Order, in ppd stand,-
ng, aro invitcdjto qtend Degree meeting 1st,
Monday eaph month. By order- W. C. T.
Common Council.
Regular meetings first ani thjrd Tuesday
evenings of each monh. at 7 o'clock
C3 Persons desiring tq havo makers acted
upon by tho Council, at nay regular moeting
must present tho same to. tho Auditor and:
Clerk oi or boforo tho Friday evening prior
to tho Tuesday on whjph tho Councilholds its
regular meetings. R, II.. CARD Y ELL.
Auditor ancLCler!?.
Astoria Engine Co. No. 1.
Regular monthly meeting wiJLbo hold at tho
hall, of tho Company, on ti.o sccondTuosday
of each month, at 7 o'qlpsk p.m.
"Members aro oxpocted to attend, prom,
ptly, if not tho usual Gno3 wLT be imposed
against them, unless legal, oxcuso is, offered.
By opder of tho Company,
A. VAN DUSEN, President.
F. A.Fisjikr. Secrotaip(.
BAvIQKG AND, INSURANCE..
T CASE,.
ASTORIA, OREGON.
BROKER AND BANKER.
DEPOSITS RECEIVED IN COIN OR ciuv
rency subject to check at sight.
B3"Sight checks issuecion Portlaml, av,aila
ble in any part of Oregon and "Wushlngto'n
territory.
JTB-Sight checks issued on San Francisco,
available in any part of the State of Cali
fornia. iKTSight clu?cks issued- on New York city,
available in any part of-the Eastern States. "
c3Approved bills discounted. Loans made,
on available security. Collections luaie.
promptly.
67,000,000 GAPiTAL.
LIVERPOOL AND LONDON AND
GLOBE,
NORTH BRITISH AND MERCAN
TILE OF LONDON AND
EDINBURGH.
OLD. CONNECTICUT OF HART
FORD, AND
COMMERCIAL OF CALIFORNIA
FIRE INSURANCE COMPANIES.
Representing a capital of SO7.O00.O00.
A. VAX DCSKX. Auent.
lie Mutual Iran Co.,
QF CALIFORNIA,
J. 1". Houghton.. rresiden.
Chas. Ii. Storv Secretary
Hamilton JJoyd, (
Gko. L. Stoky. j '
Agents for Oregon
Ofi-'ICK Northeast corner of Stark and Fint
streets, Poutland, Oukgon.
Net Cish received for Tire Prem-
imiK in 1S77 ssr.5.511 ot
Assets. Jan. 1, 187S - $o78,0C3 &5
Liabilities
Losses -.npaid S-i.rctR 7
Pividends ljx&I 00 njffi .f7
Surplus for Pronp.ny Holder? Sf72.l70 47
Losses paid in Oregon in six years..?lll.riiR 7H
I, IV. C ISE. Awnt,
3-2fltf Astoria. Oregon.
MISCELLANEOUS.
"VTOTK E. Notice is hereby given that the
1 nsirtiiprsliiii lii'ntnfnriivistiiir liotwcnii
Kie Clr.uiir, Kie T.mi. !angToeand Lim Sam.
under the firm name and style of (Juang1.
iiic tyti.. Ktuiiiiiurwt:i. Mfina. i.s tins (i;i
dissolved by mutual consent. The business
will be carried on by Lung Wing Co., who
v. Ill pay all debts e: the late firm.
ir n: Wing Co.,
Lung Wing Co.,
Vvsn La:'.
Duck Fong.
Astoria. Ore-ion, Jan. 1. 1ST!1. j5-2'v
THE rXnEKSUlNEI). WELL KNOWN
to the Columbia liver canuervmen, wishes
to say that he is now prepared to deliver
promptly, to order within 1 i days, charcoals
of the best ;uaHiv in quantities' from .:H) to
2),0'!0 bushels at the lowest living rotes, to
anv jmint on the river between Kaiuierand
Astoria. PETER JOHN.
tj-17 Cathlamet. W. T.
Oregon Brass Works.
D st. bet. Front & First - - ronir-ANn, Og
tf-Prass Castings of every description
made to order. Cocks and valves of all
kinds made and repaired.
HSrStcam Whistles. Oil C.lohcs. Hydraulic
Pipes and Nozzles, and babbitt metal.
oaTarticu'ar attention imirt to all kinds of
Shin Work." Csish naid for old Brass, Copper,
Leuil and Zinc. D. AI. MOOliE, Supt. J
MISCELA2EOTrS.
I0ST EXTENSIVE
First-class Stock,
CXS BE FOUND AT
. S, LAKSEN 'S j
Gorneof CASS and
Squemoqha Streets,
ASTORIA,
Jo,REGON.
g Xejr Invoices'
Wi
i w
r
)HTi
womi
HAVING JUST RECEIVED A new stock
, consisting of a. splendid assortment of
Dress Goods, Fancy Articles
AND
m lUfflSHM G00BS,
Hats, Gaps, Boots an4 Shoes,
Queenvyare, Jewelry, Etc., Etc
IVe respectfully invite the public to call ami
inspect the same.
We have also receved a large stock of fine,
CIGARS v TOBACGO
"vhich we are offering at Saa Francisco
wholesale prices. Very repectfully
A. VA DUSEN & Qo.f
Cor Cass &, Jefferson sts.. - Astoria. Og
If You Want to Select a Suit o
G.JLsUBLXlSr
From the very best stock In the atyTcaUFo?
r-
A.VAN-DUSEN&Co.'s.
VAN DHSEN & CO.,
have a sPLijiNmp stok; op
Consisting of a great variety of goods fiorw
both ladies and gentlemen.
VAN DUSEN & Co.,
Are Agents in Astoria for the SINGER and.
the WHITE
SEWWG MACHINES,.
Larjc stopk constantly on hand.
rpo WHOM XT JLAY CONCERN.
Notice is hereby given that all persona
are forbid tresspassing upon, ot in any way
occupying :uiv portion yx the land or'beach
surrounding TOX(iU POINT, or upon anv
part of the JlemyMarlin land claim in Clat
sop county. State of Oregon, without permis
sion iom the undersigned ; and also irnm
setting out fires upon said claim, whereby tlieC
standing timber may in anv wav be injiued.
VAN DUStfX & IHIOAVX.
PerA.VANDusKN.
Astoria. Oct. 5. 1S77. tf
A, L. Bancroft & Co.,,
SAX FHAXCISCO.
MAKE A SPECIALTY OF DOING ATJ.
kinds fine printing, such as
SALMON LABELS.
FRUIT LABELS, ETC..
And Engraving and Printing by
LITIIOCRAFIIY.
Anvthing to order will be received by SV.
H. Pancroft, room 10 Occident Hotel, or
after he leaves by 1). C. Ireland, Astorian.
offlce. 70-tf
Hardwood Lumber.
fl A if ARM HlfWfiRY
UHij riUUj IilUlVUllIj
a- WHITEWOOD LUMBER,
CarrittSS 55 f apn Material
A SPECIALTY.
Orders for lumber for boat or ship work
promptly attended to. Address all orders
E. I KORTHRUP a GO.,
Cor. l'iret and Main streets, Portland. Ogu.
W. E- DEMENT.
sG
f DRUGGIST, g
ASTOIIIA. - OJSEGOX.
Carries a full Assortment of
Drugs, Patent Medicines,
PAINTS, OIL AND GLASS.
Prescriptions filled with care Day or Night.
KS" Manufacturer of Fishermen's Kelief.
A sure preventative of Chapped Hands, and
euro for Fish Wounds. " '
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