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About The Daily Astorian. (Astoria, Or.) 1876-1883 | View Entire Issue (May 10, 1879)
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adnilUmai expense. Adarcc man lie
cnfuujai as rfUn as v.esirci. Leave orncrs at
the cmuitvm room.
Prospects of fine weather.
Salmon arc running good.
Yesterday was a hcautiful day.
A neon due to-day from San Fran
cisco. A great ileal of improvement about
Trout-fishing will soon be fine sport
A match game of base ball soon if serve, to represent the First Congrega
fine weather eoniiuucs. tional Church of Astoria at the ;tlst an-
- -. liual meeting of the Comrregational
-We understand a new bakery is to itin of Oregon and Washington
be opened foot or Main street. J erntory which is to be held at h orest
1 . Gro con the IPIh proximo.
Mr. James McGee has a very neat
store on the roadway, near Divlin & Co's
Sclilussel & Kant's goods are coing
fast, now is your chance for bargains,
thev are closing out.
-Mr. II. 15. Parker, of the p:ia-er ,
Jlouscis suffering from a very painful
injury on one thumb.
TC7 ,r T
-Ihe wharf of Mr. M. J. kinney.s
cannery has been enlarged to make
room lor a number of net racks. I
The steamship Oregon arrived yes-
terday, at lOr.'W) a. m., from Portland,
Leftat o:00i m, for San Francisco.
Cant. Carroll and Purser Peck of
the ill-fated Great Republic were pas-
sengers to San Francisco by the Oregon
LllV Vllpwii i-vfwiv. innil a.ovi.u. j .i
terday 2,880 cases salmon; 51 boxes
.smoked salmen: liOCt boxes and !K5 sacks
iShoalwater bay oysters. i
Hie Uregon took Horn Astoria yes-
Mayor r. W. Parker is building a
wharf on the water frontage below the
Astoria Fishery, which will be used by
the Astoria Fishery this year.
The new steamship Sate of Califor-
lit, till 1VITU ill Oilll X" lUIIV-lSUW Ull J-llllin-
dav evening last at 10 o'clock. .She will gumiu ti. uApucu a icmni ui ,ua
safl for this port about the 10th inst. merity, the indications are surely
The party given at Parker's hall
of this city was a very pleasant affair
ana an socmen to enjoy menisci ves. pected. It could only come about
-Mr. Geo. W. Pittock, soficitor and by changing all the conditions, and
collector of the dailv and weekly Orego- so changing them as to reduce the
nianmadeusaplcasart call ycsU'iday. voiume 0f production and multi
He is a passenger on the Oregon, out- . . . . -ward
bound. l"y,nn tne "umber of consumers,
"TT,"" .. ,' such as would result from a war.
i he pastor of the Congregational 7- . , i, , twvi. i
Church in this city, will discourse on Recovery must at best be slow, and
Sunday morning on "Spiritual Dislodge- the evidences of it will not be con
men ts," and in the evening on -The SDicuous and will appear in such
v.111111; Ol OIUCIUUS.
Tin is being put up in tin boxes, air
tight, and alterwards placed in a wood
n box. This is a decided improvement
-1 he cannery of Mr. M..T. Kinney is ment of the Mercantile Agency,
probably put ting up more, lish this sea- , . .. , v? 7'
son than any other cannery on the river represented in this city by Messrs.
of the same capacity. About 500 casts E. Russell & Co., for the first quar-
wcre put up yesieruaj
box. This is a decided improvement! f " -ti i;iiitios amount
the former mode of shipping tin, and pnt 3 ear, wiui liaouitics amount
netimes much damage is prevented ting to $4b,112,6Gd a falling of
An observatory is being erected on
toD of the Parker House hotel which
will add much to the appearance of the
house and also present to the. guests a
fine view of the city,and also as far as the
eye can reach seaward, and. up the
A land pile-driver is being built on
the roadway, near the Cregon Steam
Navigation Company's wharf, to be used
in driving piles for the construction of
a new building for Mayor Y. V. Parker
on the corner diagonally across from the
Pat O'Brien, one of the deck-hands
on the steamer R. R. Thompson while
coming from the wharf at The Dalles to
the steamer missed his footing and fell
overboard. A line was soon passed to
h'ui. but he seemed insensible and fail
ed to notice It, sinking immediately and
"was not again seen.
The new residence now being built
bv Mr. i. F. Denham of Salem, for Mrs.
E'liz:. Kinney ol that place, on Fourth
strec in this city, is progressing finely.
The residence, when completed will he
occipied by Dr. Aug. C. Kinuey. The
fount ation and brick work is being
made entirely of Clatsop county brick,
and from the tests which have been
'made, it is aid that these brick are fully
enroll to any other brick manufactured
in tlu state! A fireplace will be erected
in the building by Mr. James Stewart
of this citv. which will be made from
sand-stone from the quarry on the op
posite, side of the river. This stone is
a most excellent article for a good fireplace,
Chamber or Commerce.
Special mretinir of the Astoria Cham
ber of Commerce is called for IhisSatur
dav eveninir at 7 o'clock sharp. A full
attendance desired. .J. Q. A. howlky,
A Xew Kmliisf rj.
Messrs. Dushnrm & Co. have opened
a wood yard at the foot of Lafayette
street and are now prepared to deliver
all kinds of wikhI, sawed or unsawed to
any part of the city at prices which de
i I he dreat l.vpuhlie rccicinir com-
pany's auction sale 1 gwids lVt d from
m wivrk will commence as jmt adver-
tisment at one o clock to-day. Mr. r,. L.
illoideu the auctioneer, di sires us to an
noinee that the articles put uji for sale
win oe sum o ine nignesi oiuuer, aim
the e are no persons claimtir.; salvage in
terested in the sale of these goods to run
up the prices. livery bidder will have a
fair square chance to buy to the extent
of his bid.
Ttudolph lJarlh & Co.'s saloon at the
Fishermans cannery having been recent
ly fitted up in a neat manner, the occa
siwn will he eclchrated h a ball to-night.
G''d nnwic will be furnished for the oc
casion under the special management of
Messrs. (Jus. llayden and Ilohl. John
son. A cordial invitation extended to
all. No disreputable persons will be ad
mitted. Dave says it is no trouble to show
goods, paiticularly when just received.
..-Pamphlets about Oregon in the
English ami German language, free,
at Tiik Astokian Office
Mr. Charles Stevens has been elected
delegate, and Mrs. Fanny Warren re-
I . . Letters containing news will always
I be acceptable. Each communication
I must be authenticated by the name of
'the writer, for the information of the
editor, and should be written on oxk
side of the sheet. Persons who do not
I comply with these rules must expect
their communications to be rejected.
M , w , , , f t, is ltv
..... in ,.- llllssl.Sj:mi two t..in,enteis
tool chests from the wrecked steam-
ship Great Republic both filled with
t0(,j.s. Out of one. of the chests was a
captains discharge, belonging to II. L.
Carpenter of company II. of the fourth
regiment heavv artillery New York
state volunteers, discharged from the
service of the United States the 2Mh
day of September 18G.1. In the other
chest is the inaiiie of J. M. II. Barb, also
a soldiers picture attached to the inside
of the top of the chest The parties to
whom these chests belong can have the
same by calling upon or addressing
James W. Welch, Astoria Oregon, prov-
JllllC-0 ft. II VKII JOUIIIU lvnWllf J
in property and paying charges, btate
papers please copy.
In spite o the efforts of a class
of politicians and speculators to
make it appear that there is no i
-, , - - . 4. r
the other direction. It is true
,i . . ...,..wi..r.,i ,...i; l...
that no wonderful revolution has
taken place. That was not to be ex-
. ,, . m,
lacts as the loilewinir: ne stale-
ter of the 'ear 1870 shows that
thorn won 3.V24- failures dur:no.i
there were OO ianures "unng
the first three months ot tne pies
of 2o per cent, in number and
period ot last y
of the condition of nearly all the
industries are most encouraging.
The iron trade is looking up, cot-i
ton and othor mills are running on
full time with full prices; in New
York citv a greater activity and
an advance in real estate is report
ed with quite extensive prepara
tions to build ; the gradual reduct
ion of the number of unemployed
realy seeking labor either by a
slightly increased demand or to fill !
l.ir.c L.ff Ktr fbco wlin lmvp rrnno
nearly ou per cent, m naoinues- as: uiiiLm-. win remain in me uu.v uu twu
,-. ,-!o.l ,vtl, 4l,o nrrrocrnflinn' Wl'kS, ailll ill Conjunction With MrS. S.
compared with the corresponding T McK...,,, will tpai-h her svstem of
i . nn a ,- ... ----- - ,- -- w -
ear. l ne reports uress cuttimr to anv who wish to avail
west or engaged in other business, j thousandjust received.
On account of the large stock of! Mr. G. Hansen watchmaker and
goods upon the market the demand , S"Pr f J""? raijorloiiooc lias lioriiia-
C i . . . ! ... nently established himself in business
has not been appreciated as it; in Caufield's drug store, Cheiiainus
would have been had there been a : street. Astoria. Watches and Jewelry
scarcity; but reports from the dis- tVSjS'Zi
tnbuting points indicate that there teed. Give him a trial and be your own
has been thus far a very good trade. "(1Se "f . his workmanship. He Avill
, " .. ' ' . r ii r soon add to Ins stock a well selected in
In addition to these favorable mill-. voice of Watches, Jewelry, Silver and
cations the price of money is cheap-1 plated ware, which he will, be able to
er than it has ever ruled in the j sel1 at VCfy low Vs'r
history of the country, indicating
an abundance of ready capital tor
business or industrial enterprise
. j i
whenever it is needed.
AROUND THE CITY.
Ladies and childrens linen suits
cheap at Hamburger's.
Ail Uw latest styles of ladies straw
hats at Hamburger's."
New invoice of those Medallion
Ranges at Magnus C. Crosby's.
Another invoice of cheap embroid
ery at Hamburger's.
P. J. Goodman, on Main street, has
just received the latest and most fash
ionable style of gent and ladies boots,
A new lot of full bound blank, and
receipt books, specially for use in can
neries, at the City Rook store.
Mr. 1). Hamburger while in San
Francisco purchased a fine stock of
merchandise, in fact the largest ever
carried bv anv firm in this city. They
are going to sell off at extremely low
The proprietor of the Chicago
house.whom e ervbody knows as a popu
lar caterer, has (feed his hotel n in
splendcd stvle. It 'sail newly painted
ami furnished, and is one of the most
attractive places on Main street. Call
areund: every luxury of the season at
the Chicago house.
Mr. J. Stewart, stone and marble
cutter of Astoria will guarantee satis
faction to all ordering Atrk of him. and
will do a better job for less money than
anv outside workman. I lis work in the
ceiiieterv here should Insufficient rcconi
uieiulation. Refore vou let your con
tracts for work of this kind it would be
well to call upon Mr. Stewart.
M. C. Crosby is prepared to do all
kinds of jobbing in the plumbing- and
steam fitlintr line: also, bath tubs, and
water backs for stoves and ranges fur-'
nished on shortest notice.
Fresh fruits and vegetables at
Ovsters served in every style at
the Walla Walla Restaurant.
... Fri.sh oysters in every style at
Schmccrs". See advertisement.
Fresh ovsters in every style and
at all ours i the Pioneer restaurant.
Inst received per Elder 2.000
pounds, S-pound sheet lead, for sale at
lowest rates at Magnus C.Crosby's.
Now that building is reviving in
Astoria, bear in mind the fact that Peter
Runey is well supplied with all kinds of
building materials which he is prepared
to dispuse of to all at very lowest rates.
When you are looking for a place
to amuse yourself, drop in at Max Wag
ner's, Great Eastern saloon, and listen
to the organ and take a glass of his fine
San Francisco beer.
Get vour baskets filled for a little
money at IJai ley's.
Notice to the Public.
It has berMi rumored in Astoria, that
we pun haed the greater part of the
damaged flood from the ill fated steam
ship (Treat Kepublic. We will announce
to the public that we have not even
purchased an aiticle of the goods we
lost eurselves: but have duplicated our
orders, and offer only new goods, at
prices as usual, without charging per
centage on them for our losses. Our
goods are put down to bed rock for we.
have, but one price, and sell for cash
only. Cohen.. & Cooper,
ix t. stored Astoria.
The Great Republic Wrecking Com
pany having purchased cargo and wreck
of steamer Great Republic are prepared
to pay salvage on goods recovered on
uiatiiop and weather-beach, or elsewhere.
Persons are hereby cautioned against
concealing or disposing of propertv.
m. it. Vinson. Secretary.
Astoria, May 7, 1S71.
Any one having seen any of the fol
lowing things among the baggage, lost
on the Great Republic, will do a pas
senger a favor by reporting at this
Photographs, with the initials E. M. L.
Medical notes and verses in manuscript.
A medical compendium, surgeon's in
struments, Opthalmiscope, Coddington
To an Ajfcicted Peeple:
Dr. II. F. Adams who has spent the
past year in Paris, France, is now stop
ping at the Parker House, Astoria. The
atllicted would do well to call on Doctor
I A ..... ..
Attains wnuo m Astoria, as ms siay is
.. , . pSultat on free.
I ATo "ir T- f!1-h !rlii f nmiAimAA
! to the ladies of Astoria and vicinitv.
themselves of this opportunity.
Lonoixo UorsE. Furnished rooms
to let at reasonable rates at Mrs. Mun
son's, Chenenanius st, Astoria.
Baby carriages of the best styles,
and at low prices, at Loeb's.
Best Salem flour is sold in this
city at So 50 per barrel by Warren &
Boat sponges, wholesale and retail
I at JJeiiients druiT store, ABtona. J?ive
Single copies or the WekklyAstoriax
neatly dono up. with stamps to pre-pay
, ES? am, tor ? ii f
nd a cPV to vour friends in other parts
I 0f the world. Price, 10 cents a copy.
HOTELS AXD RESTATJRAOTS.
15. PARKEK. - - Proprietor.
TITIS HOTEL is the largest, most comfort
able and best Kept hotel in the citv. Is
supplied with the best of spring water, hot
and ciild baths, barbershop, and a first-class
saloon with best of liquors and cigars, and
line billiard table. Free coach to anil from
the boas? : charges reasonable. 61 oo to $250
per day. according to room occupied.
A. .1. 31 KGL.KK. C. S. WltlGHT.
AlEGLEK & WRK51IT. Proprietors.
THE PROPRIETORS AUE HAPPY TO
announce that the above hotel has been
repainted and refurnished, adding greatly to
the comfort of its guests nnd is now the Oest
hoiel north of San Fraiiekeo.
D. L. TLTRPIN - Prouriltor
MA IN. STREET.
Between Squemocqhc and JetTerson,
Roard and lodging per week.
ml per eav.
Tne table will be supjdied at all times with
the best the market a (lords.
TIIEO. RROEMSER, - - PJCOMI7CTOR.
Fresh ovsters. and other deli
cacies of the season, served in
Opposite the Telegraph ofllcc, Sjquemoqhe
stye!, Astoria, Oregon.
ttsrMEALS AT ALL HOURS-ffn.
REG OX HOrSK.
lain street, near Hustler's "Wharf.
ASTORIA, - - - OREGON.
Mrs. Mary Cami'Iiei-i-, Proprietor.
Roard and lodging by day or week.
CORNER C AND FIRST STREETS,
P. XORTOX, - - - - Proprietor.
(Formerly of the Portland Hotel.)
THIS HOUSE IS A FI1JE-PROOF BRICK,
just finished and newly furnished, with
the nest of sprint; beds.
Tkkms Per week From sr to SG for board
and lodging. Per day si 00. Single meals
eents.' Lod"inn 25 to r0 cents.
CS"Frce coach io and from the House.
Private Boarding House.
MRS.QFINN - - FROFRIETOK.
"Will accommodate day boarders or accom
modate any with board and lodging.
Prices reasonable. In IntKills' building,
Jefferson street, opposite Wells, Fargo &Co's
BOATS AND NETS.
LOST AND FOUND should be promptly
.advertised hi The Astouian. to secure
speedy rastoratidn t nroirty-0 &!8-gJ f-
ACOTTAOE HOUSE OF FOUR OK FIVE
rooms in Astoria, Leave word at AVil
son & Fisher's for O. S. "Wand.
For Salo or Kent.
GOOD "SCOW" with sleeping accommo
25l dation for 32 mnn. suitable for a fishing
station can be rented for the season or
bought on reasonable terms. Applv to
COLUMBIA CANNINO CO..
d.U Fisherton, W. T.
mi) KENT. A nice cottage, with six
jl rooms ; water in tne nouse. inquire or
.las. McGee, on tho roadway near Devlin's
NKT LOST.-On Friday night. April
2Tith. now net, of about l."u fathoms;
Barbour's No. 3, 10-plv thread : hung on oot
ton lines; floats branded W K. AsuitabIo
reward will be paid on returning the same
or giving information where it mav be found
to Wji. HUME,
4-30-9 Astoria, Oregon,
To Whom it May Concern.
FKOM AND AFTER THIS DATE. I here
by appoint F. M. Iiartholow as my duly
authorized agent for the transaction of my
business in Oregon and "Washington territory,
li. U. HUME.
Astoria. April 17. 1S79.
Cement, Plasterer and Builder of any
kind of Brick Furnaces.
Flcase leave orders at Wilson & Fisher's
store, Cheuamus street. Astoria. 7-lm
Who is Elected?
Great Eastern Saloon, i
COSCOMLY ST., ASTORIA.
millS FAVOKITE KESOKT HAS JUST
JL been relltted and stocked with
ALL THE BEST BJiAXDS
Imported nnrt Domestic Wines and.
Liquors. Cijrars and Tobacco.
1ST San Francisco Beer five cents a glass
THE ASTORIA BREWERY
JL-J - AT ,
RUDOLPH 8ARTH & MICHAEL MEYER,
Corner of Olney and Water streets,
Best quality of LA GER BKKR 5 cts. per glass
Choice Wines, Liquors, and Cigars always
ftS-Tiie patronage of the public is respect
fully solicited. Orders for Lager or Bottled
Beer in any miantity promptly filled.
k-T1ic best lu"ich the season will afford
furnished day and'nisht FllEK.
tumT" pi i i i i
Metropolitan Hall I
Lessee and Manager
Leader of Orchestra,.
.&s. SSL Ward..
Hatinee Saturday, s P. EL
Admission ----- ar, and: 50 cents..
Saturday Evening, Hay IQtft
First appearance this jear of the popular
Irish comedian, and vocalist
3IK. JLOIES HI. WiRI),.
CiKRIE CXAISKE VARI.
The favorite snubrctte.
Supported by a full riramatte company. Ic
MI J. GttltE.
In his Dutch songs, dances and eccentrics.
To Conclude with a Favorite Faroe
Prices to suit the times.
Admission SO and 75 ct
Seats can be secured at Caufield's drug store.
Hill's New Yariety Tkatre,
NEW AND ELEGANT BOXES
SITTING ROOMS, ETC.
The Decorations of the New Theatre were
executed by Mr. F. Holt.
NEW AND ELABORATE SCENERY.
Fainted by Mr. "Win. "West. Architect and
Builder Mr. Kemble.
On ami after this date will be given a
First Class Entertainment,
Which for lJefineinent and Novelty cannot
be equalled on this const. Our Per
formance Commences with our
First Part of Male and Female
Singing, Dancing, Acrobatic Featst
Negro Sketches, Trapeze Performers
Pantomimists and Jugglers.
HOUSE CROWDED NIGHTLY
To see our Belined and Unequalled enter
tainment. New Acts, New Song's andon
plete cliangc of Programme twice a wSek.
GEO. DUX, Proprietor.
Entranoe to Boxes and Circle on Cliena
mus Street. Performance to commeuce
at eight o'clock precise.
Two Trips Dnily to Upper Town.
MU. F.SIIEIIM AN takes pleasure in an
nouncing the faot that he has perfected
arrangements for making two regular trips
dally to Upper Astoria and baok, regular
street car style, for passengers and small
itrrWill leavo J. W (Icarharts, the Parker
' House, and the Occident, dally at It a.m.
and a i m. Upturning will leave Van Du
sen's upper town storo. Fare for the round
i trip 'Si cents.
GOING! GOING! GOING!
30 Days From This Date
WILL BE SOLD
At Cost at tho
CITY BOOK STORE!
Books, Stationery, Chromos,
And a variety of other goods too numerous
to mention. ;
Chas. Stevens & Son.
IMes. H. A. Derby,
Received by last steamer a superb stock ot
Embracing even novelty in the line.
And other goods too numerous to mention..
Dr, Warner's Health Corset
Cm only be purchased in Astoria at Mrs-
lierbvs. .Mam street, between btiueiuoune
HOUSE AND SIGN PAINTER.
Shop on Cass street, Astoria, Oregon.
csr Paper hanging and Kalsomiming a
i3"All work guaranteed to give satisfac
tion. TVTOTICE. My wife Elizabeth having left
Ll my bed and board, without cause or
provocation, all persons are herebv notified
that I will not be responsible for anv debts
of Her contracting after this date.
J, W. FRY.
April 28, 1S79,