The Daily Astorian. (Astoria, Or.) 1876-1883, April 08, 1879, Image 1

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Astoria, Oregon, Tuesday Morning April 8, 1879.
Vol. viii.
Bo. 82.
TELEGRAPHIC NEWS.
Eastern States.
The Cameron-Oliver suit has
ended.
Major Fitz John Porter has
been restored to his position.
A fire destroyed $220,000
worth of property in Philadelphia,
Sunday morning.
The army appropriation bill
has passed the house; yeas 148,
nays 122. The greenback vote
was ten yeas and two nays. The
passage was applauded on the
democratic side.
-Indians, who are believed
be Sioux and Grosventres
to
from the north, are raiding the
Yellowstone valley. They have
run all the whites in the vicinity of
Terry's landing,on the Yellowstone,
into military posts, and have cap
tured all the horses and cattle.
The problem of Chinese im
migration will not be solved until
the American minister returns to
China. The Chinese legation is
not empowered to arrange any
modilidation of the Burlingame
treaty looking towards the restric
tion of Chinese immigration. All
that the legation can do is to rep
resent to the Chinese government
the wishes of the United States in
the matter.
General Miles, in response to
a question concerning the chances
of an Indian war in the summer,
tays that in case Sitting Bull's
tribe are able to draw out from the
agencies a sufficient number of
young warriors to participate in
their sun-dance, which will take
place in June, there will be trouble
and damage done to settlements;
-buttMij&thev -are unable- "to"
incite hostile feelings among the
agency Indians, everything will
go along smoothly. The meeting
will probably be held on Milk
river, and no outbreak is likely to
occur until after the Indians have
had their dance. General Sher
man sa-s he does not anticipate
any trouble this summer, but if it
comes the army will be able to
take care of Sitting Bull and his
tribe.
Forefcrsi cns.
Garibaldi arrived in Rome on
the 5th.
A slight shock of earthquake
was felt in Cadiz on Saturday.
The pope has sent an auto
graph letter to Queen Victoria,
welcoming her to Italy and ex
pressing good wishes for her wel
fare. Rinderpest increases in Bohe
mia, and several hundred places
:ire now affected. Agriculture in
many parts is at a standstill,
draught cattle being locked up
wherever the disease occurs.
Pacific Coast Dispatches.
C. Baronoviteh, a pioneer fur
dealer, died suddenly on the
steamer Otter while on a voyage
to Sitka.
A Victoria dispatch says: The
relations of this province with the
Dominion are approaching a crisis
in consequence of the new tariff
and of the tardiness of the Cana
dian government in announcing its
railway policy, causing much un
easiness even among the friends of
the confederation.
The town of Farmington West
Virginia has been infested for some
time past bT a class of people who
have lived in open violation of law
and decency, selling whiskey with
out license, and living in open adul
try. On the 1st a band of thirty men,
supposed to belong to a vigilance com
mittee recentty organized under the
name of Red Men, visited a number
of scandalous places, broke them up,
inflicted the punishment of lashes and
tar and feathers on the inmates, de
stroyed the whiskey, and made a
'general purging of the filth sewer.
A Candid Opinion.
The Phihulelphifi Times is an inde
pendent journal with strong demo
cratic tendencies. It feels mortified
over the attempts being made in
congress to repeal the election laws,
and offers that body some advice. Says
the Times:
Supervisors are needed at elections.
They are needed to prevent such
frauds as the republicans perpetrated
in Louisiana and Florida in 1S76, and
such as the democrats would perpe
trate in 1SS0, if not restrained by
wholesome laws. -r- The
democratic majority of congress can
not evade the issue. It dare not as
sume ro offer shadows while denying
the substance of judicious restaints
upon election frauds. If it shall do
so, it must be doubly condemned
first for espousing the cause of fraud,
and, second, for attempting to defraud
the country as to its position on the
issue. If it can have no better motive
for integrity in meeting the question,
it should do so, because to do aught
else will be to commit political suicide.
It has but one clear and thornless and
safe path to pursue. It should cordi
alljr accept the position of the presi
dent, as it is declared by his friends,
and meet him manfully and squarely
on his platform. It has nothing to
compromise with revolutionary repub
licans or with Bourbon democrats, or
with anybody else. It must do right
for the sake of the right; or it must
accept the inevitable retribution that
an outraged people will hurl upon it.
The WceKIy Astorian.
One of the host papers published on
the Pacific coasts is mailed to subscri
bers every Friday, postage paid to any
part of the United States, at the follow
ing rates, in advance:
One Year $.5 00
Four Months 1 00
Single Copy 10
3TA limited number of small adver
tisements will be inserted at the usual
rates. .
Apply at the office, or address
D. C. Ireland, Publisher.
- Baby"carriagesof'thobest"tyles;"
and at low prices, at Loeb s.
MISCELLANEOUS
DF'OJEt S ATiE
row for cash.
1 Earsc Steam Itoiler;
44 by 10 feet.
One Iiarge Retert: Two Portable
Forges; 1.000 Fire Uriels;
Eastern Oak Uoat Immber;
JJ.OOO lbs. Xew Cotton Kepe:
Two Die Presses.
ASTORIA FLSHERY.
ATTEXTIOJT.
BIDS "WILL RE RECEIVED FOR THE
construction of a. dwelling houc in As
toria, for Mrs. EH.U Kinnev of Salem, until
noon of Saturday, April 12th, 187!. Plans
and .specifications may be seen ntllie olllcc
of Dr. Aur. O. Kinney, Astoria, alter April
7th. The light is reserved to l eject any and
all bids.
millS AGREEMENT "WITNESSETH that
JL all business relations includiuir the co
partnership heretofore existing between the
undersigned under the name of Levcridge
fc Prindle, in which firm the said Hume was
a silent partner, has this day. by the mutual
consent of the undersigned, been dissolved.
V. K. LEVEKIDUE,
R. 1). HUME,
C. V. rillXDLE.
San Francisco, March 21, 1S79.
NEW TAILORING SHOP.
(In A. "W. Cone's Ihiildmg.)
"Water Street Astoria, Oregon.
TIIOSIAS CUKKY,
(Late of Tacoma).
BEGS
lie t
:gs leave to inform the rcn-
that he is now prepared to make all
kinds of clothing to order, or to renovate or
repair clot lung.
tt"Having had an experience of 2.1 years.
I defy competion in the art of making old
clothes look like new. Mysvstem is known
only to myself, by which I can lengthen
pantaloons without piecing, etc.
For particulars see small cards.
THOMAS CURRY.
Tailor, steam-scourer and Repairer.
A W. FERGISO.V,
Contractor and Guilder,
All kinds of Carpenters and Joiners "Work
promptly and neatly executed.
PLANS, SPECIFICATIONS, and BILLS
OF MATERIAL
Furnished on short notice at reduced rates.
Shop Next door east of Episcopal church.
T. S. JEWETT.
B. S. KIMBALL.
Draying & Trucking.
5W?i
ASTORIA TRUCK & DRAY CQ.,
Squemocqae st, between Cass and Main,
Contracts fur .urHyinj;mnde and satisfaction
guaranteed. Orders left at the Occident Ho
tel or reeeiredby mail promptly filled
JKWETT L KIMBALL.
BANKING AND INSUi
BANKING AND IHSURWttE.
T. W. Gi&SJE9
BROKER, BANKER,
-AX
INSURANCE AOT.
'.
ASTORIA,
UXMhV3V?X
-vmyiy
It? -
Exchange bought and sold on alS
tho United States and Euro
OFFICE nOUKS-From 8 o'cl
until 4 o'clock i m.
Hon Mutual Iisnraiw.,
OF CALIFORNIA
J. F. IIouc.nTON-.. .".TfresMent
Ciias. II. Stokv Secwtary
OFFicE-OTortheast corner of Stark andlEtr
streets, Portland, OitEtipx
Net Cash received for Fire Prem i
iums In 1S77 4$33511 04
Assets, Jan. 1.187S.
Liabilities
Losses vnnaid 53.(538 37
Dividends " I.fl57 00 1&S 37
Surplus for Property Holders $32,470 47
Jesses paid in Oregon in six years?iH516 72
I. W. CASE. Apt,
Astoria, Oregon.
-fi
$67,000,000 GAPWAL.
LIVERPOOL AND LONDON. AND
GLOBE, f-l
NORTH BRITISH AND MERCAN
TILE OF LONDON.AND
JSDINBUEQH.
roiarcoNNEcncirr of 1&art-
FORD, AND"
COMMERCIAL OF CALIFORNIA
FIRE INSURANCE COMPANIES.
Representing a capital of 67,000,000.
A. VAX DUSEN. Agent.
coaoraitciAi. uiraoar
ASSURANCE COMPANY
Capita! $12,500,000.
MATT II. SIESON, Agent,
Astoria, Oregon.
INSURANCE COMPANY
OF CAT.lFORatlA.
ORGANIZED IN 1863.
Total Losses Paid Since Organization.
$3,630,435 3-
E. C. HOLDEN, Agent.
Astoria Oregon.
G. li. BAIN & CO.
BEIXG NOW PREPARED "WITH greatly
increased facility to furnish the public
with all kinds of
Seasoned A No. 1 Lumber,
Boat Lnmber, Doors, inflows,
BLINDS, TRANSOMS:
And all kinds of hard -wood at very lowratcs,
Asks an examination of their prices and
large lot of goods which will be sold low for
CASH.
Steam mil Near Weston Hotel,
Cor. Gencvive and Astor streets.
ECLIPSE MARKET.
West-Eighth Street, near the O.
S. 2S. Co's Wharf.
.TOIIX V. "WELCH ....PnorimrroR
A GENERAL ASSORTMENT OF FAMT
ly Groceries, and the various kinds of
first-class Meats and Fish, furnished In best
of style at th market, or delivered to any
part of the citv. Orders given to the messen
gers, or left at the market, will be promptly
filled.
My endeavor will be, by prompt attention
and fair dealing, to plejise my patrons.
E&-A11 kinds of count rv produce taken in
exchange for goods, and delivered to patrons
free. t3r-GIve e a call.
rj T. HEED,
CALEDONIA SAL00T,
Corner of Front and A streets.
TORTLAND ----- OREGON
C5TLate butcher in the Central Mlrket.
IN
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WHOLESALE TRADE.
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Corner of Water and OIncy Streets,
ASTORIA, OREGON.
TraOLESALE DEALER IN
(ooerieS
AND
PROVISIONS
ETC KTC,
AGENT FOR THE
Golflen City Heal fork
B. W. PAYXE & SO'S
STEAM ENGINES,
layVfoif oriinff Macliiiery
KUBBER BOOTS.
Tlie National, Hayrvard,
and Pure Rubber.
LIYEBPOOL SALT.
Fisliermeii s and
Cannery Sirpplies,
A SPJCC1AT.TY.
COTTON SEINE TWINE
AND NET LINES SOLD AT SAN
FRANCISCO PRICES.
Oars, Cordage,
Blocks, Oakum, etc.
Special Notice.
Star of the Columbia,
150 Fire Test Kerosene.
Turpentine and Varnish,
Sail Cloth,
Made expressly for light sail boats.
For .sale at
G. W. HUME'S,
ASTORIA. - - - OREGON
fa fa
AnSCELLAjS'EOUS.
E. S. LARSEN
Wholesale and Retail Grocer.
AND DEALER IN
CROCKERY, CLASS,
AND PLATED WARE
Flour and Feed!
E5S"I am now prepared to furnish the
choicest and best goods in my line, at the
lowest cash prices. Patronage is respectfully
solicited, References : My patrons.
E. S. LARSEN,
Wholesale and Retail Grocer. Astoria.
JPURJK CIDER
250 Gallons Pure Cider Vinegar,
in 25 Gallon Packages.
For sale by
. EsTThis is the best quality of vinegar that
is made ; it is warranted pure cider vinegar,
put up by an Oregon factor, and persons in
want of a good article, wholesale or retail
are invited to call on
E. S. LAPSED,
Cor, Squemocqhe and Cass streets, Astoria,
w jhj:.A a?
Is All This Blowinc Atont !
i naye just returned
fro-m: the east axd wilt.
sell my goods as
AS ANT HOUSE IN THE CITY
And am not going to say anything about it.
A Square Deal Guaranteed
At the corner of :fam and Squemoqhests.,
ASTORIA, - OREGON.
T- BAILET
Washington Market,
Main Xtreet, Astoria Oregon ,
BEJtGMAN 0 DEJiJlJT
"pESPECTFULLY CALL THE ATTEN
XVtion i of tho public to tho fact that the
abovo Market will always be supplied with a
FULL VARIETY BEST QUALITY
OF
FRESH AND CURED MEATS!
Which will be sold nt lowest rates, wholesale
and retail. Special attention given to supplj
ns shins.
D. K. Warres.
CA. McGuirk
Astoria Market !
Corner of Chenamus and Cass streets.
ASTORIA, OllEGOX.
WARREN & McGUIRE, Propriotor
(Successors to Ilcbuon & Warrcr-.
"Wbolesalo and Retail Dealers in all kinds o
Fresh and Cured Meats!
A full line of Family Groceries,
CANNED FRUIT, VEGETABLES, ETC.
Kir flutter, Epgs, Cheese, etc. constantly
on hand.
C2r Ships supplied at tho lovrest rates.
J. STRAUSS,
Importer and "Wholesale Dealer in
WINES AND LIQUORS,
C02CSISTIXG OF
A A A OLD VALLEY WHISKY,
CUTTER "WHISKY,
OLD KENTUCKY BOURBON,
MARTEL BRANDY,
nENNESIE BRANDY,
GRAPE BRANDY,
HOLLAND GIN AND RUM,
ANGELICA, PORT, SHERRY AND
CLARET WINES,
PORTER, ALE, AND ST. LOUIS
BOTTLE BEER.
These goods will only he sold at wholesaJe,
and at lowest figures. Come and saniple
them hefore purchasing elsewhere.
J. STRAUSS,
ASTORIA, .... OREGON.