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ASTORIA, OREGON: "
THURSDAY MARCH :', 1SS1
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. C. Ireland, Editor aud Proprietor. '
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out additUmnl cxp'.w.. Adrtrwc Mye
ennwjed twttftm a ilvlnd. Ltitc rd6 t
Uic cohhOhu rwm.
Steamer day to-morrow.
The WiHamet is still rising slowly.
Ir. J. J. Riley has been appoint
ed vn the police force.
The ship Canada came ip to hai
htr anchorage yesterday.
The Hadnra was taken up tlie J
river in tow of the Ocklahama on Tues
day. Messrs. Kuhr and Davidson have
commenced moving Mr. C. H. Page's
The building ot various canneries
in this vicinity is being pushed forward
g The barkemine Wubfoot sailed
from San Francisco for tins tort on
-Chinese have already mored iu
Mr. John Hobson's new buildings on
The steamer Emma Hayward ar
rived down boforc three o'clock yes
The American bark H. G. John
son, from this port, arrived at Queuiis
town on the 2tith tilt.
The steamur John Itatiou has
een hauled out foot of Lafayette
street, and will be widened thirty
3Ir. iL A. Hackett, of JLlbina,
has arrived in the city and will super
intend the works of the West Coast
Packing company this season.
Mr. M. Hernck will have charge
of the Fishermen's Packing company
this season. Mr. Homer Gibson will
have charge of the net racks.
Frank Johnson, Frank O'Xoil
and William Stewart, were tried before
Justice Fox yesterday for assaulting
. Chinamen on the roadway on Tuesday,
and fined $10 each. James Riley, the
fourth, was discharged.
Yesterday work was commenced
fowt of Lafayette street on the shed
under which will be built Mr. H. B.
Parker's new steamer. The model
was made by Mr. P. Paquet, af Ore
gon city. Mr. A. McKenzie of this
city is now engaged making prepara
tions for the commencement of tlie
Mr. R. H. Hoover, head sawyer
at Hume's mill, met with a painful
accident yesterday. While at work
at the circular saw he fell, the saw
striking his left hand and almost sever
ing the thumb, taking out about half
of the flesh and bone of the fore joint,
leaving the parts to be united only by
the skin. As it -was impossible to
save the thumb it was taken off at the
first joint by Dr. Baker.
On the last trip of the steamer
State of California Pilot Howe, of the
tug Mary Taylor, left for San Fran
cisco to bring up the pilot schooner J.
C. Cousins, recently purchased to do
duty on the Columbia bar. She is
said to be a splendid sea boat and well
adapted to the trade. She will leave
San Francisco for this port in a few
, days. She was originally engaged as
a pilot boat off San Francisco harbor.
Additional particulars regarding
the collision between the steamship
Oregon and Clatsop Chief shew that it
was caused by a lack of judgment on
the part of the master of the Chief.
The Oregon did all possible to save
the imperiled men and drifted down
the river several miles in order to
rescue all. The matter will doubtless
be thoroughly investigated by the
board of pilot commissioners.
Epizootic in Portland.
Last week mild form of epizootic
ws discvtH-d in several horses be-
lonen u Kvery sadVles m Portland.
Since then it hns spread rapidly and
now more than two-thirds ot all the 1
horsos in the city are aSectcd by it.
Some livery stable keepers stmie
that m wnwy as loor-fifth have been
attacked. The disc. luniHtes the I
form of epidemic inriuyiix, id differs j
from that w hich prevailed in 1873 in J
boing very much milder. The latter
whs an ailment Hunting between inili
onwi ad cftlAtnthl fever, ainl extend
ed thri,'h the ucs moabrae i
the whi4e system, while the disease
pravaksnt now is cMitinud u the Hm
66ftea. It .ytttptrttt are. lir-t.
coughing am! then discharge from
the note, generally liht yellow, and
varying from that to light greytt. .So j
far only tfv venous cases have bH j
reported. Excef these, all atTeted j
animals liave been able to perform
light work, precanuuti against over
heating as a rale being tbsoo"ed. It
is not thought to be conutgiu5, but
is strongly epidemic. I. B. Acker,
who has returned frcmi eastern Orogn,
repctrts that horses in Union, Umatilla
and Wasco cnnties are generally af
fected with epizoUc f a more severe
type than that prevalent iu Portland.
The cold winter, want of shelter, and
absence of wholesome ford has caused
many deathn from the epidemic, and
fears arc entertained that the lcs uH
be great before it subsidos. But fen
caas are reforted from vallej' cmii
tios. The Espittwsn ooMCert oowtpany
will play a pfcort seasn in Portland
commencing on the 7th mst.
The British bark Scottish Her,
from this port for Qneenstown, -.ras
spoken DecetHbcsr l"th in latitude 4 s,
lwigitude '26 w.
C&it. B. B. fJrillin, aged 73 years,
a pioneer of 1848. in Linn county,
died la-r Friday iu Jackson cMinty.
He leave a wife and nine children.
Lieut. E. S. Farrow has applnnl
to congress for roiinhurcoifients u the
auiouut k $2,5(M) for projerty burn d
at the barracks aud lost iu the Ban
Large numbers of animals t the
the caudal tribe belonging to th Mon
golian or moon-eyed race, hailing from
the kingdom of Confucius, are ar
riving daily and are filling every va
cant rookery in the city.
The Steamship California will
leave Port To nseud and Victoria for
Wraugei and Sitka .on or about
Thursday, March 10, 1881. The next
sailing day of the California from this
port for Townsend, Victoria, Wrangel
and Sitka will be on or about Tuesday,
March 29, 1881.
Harry Mace was arrested yester
day for an assault n A. J. Markey.
whom lie dealt with very severely,
breaking two ribs, and otherwise in
juring him. He will be tried before
Justice Fox to-day at the Court-house
at one o'clock. Markey was taken to
St. Mary's hospital.
More tishing boats are being built
at Astoria this year than any former
year. It has been thorougly demon
strated by experience that boats can
be built as cheaply here as in Saa
Francisco, and the risk of loss or dam
age by transportation is thus avoided.
These boats are of a superior class and
fine model, and it is safe to assert that
they cannot be excelled.
Colonel William S. Button, of
Roseburg, is now engaged in remov
ing the machinery of the steamboat
Fanny Patton and packing the same
for shipment t lake Pen d'Oreille,
where it will be put m a large bJat
being built there by the North Pacific
Railroad company. The new boat is
designed for use in conveying men
and implements in the construction of
a number of tunnels which are neces
sary on the line of the road.
In acceptance of a proposition
made by Mr. Reid last week, the peo
ple of Monmouth and vicinity have
raised a 4,000 subsidy and given the
lower half of the public square for
depot grounds, in return for which
the railroad from Dallas is to be in
running order within six weeks. The
Messonger also says, that the railroad
is to be continued on across the Luck
iamuteas fast as the work can-be done.
An individual wearing a suit of
clothes furnished by Uncle Sam, was
seen yesterday morning wending his
way down the street in a badly intoxi
cated condition. To use the verna
cular of the street Arabs he was "para
lyzed." Our sidewalks were too
narrow, and the street resembled the
undulated surface of a washboard
that is to judge from the peculiar
manner of his gait. His voice was of
the baso profxvudo order, and he wasn't
sparing of it either.
Real Estate Transactions.
Daniel H. Welch to Margaret
Lewi?, krt 1, block 11, Shivuly's
Astoria. Ilernkil February 4th.
Cot4deraiioi S2S7 .V
Jirtui Cecil to Frank weet. land
ui T l X. K. 7 W. Recorded
February h. Consideration... .on 00
X. A. Kberman to Jno. T. Mill key.
land iu Sv. 1.".. T X. It lo W.
Keeorded Krlrnrv 11th. Cou
klfratiK'i 1M 00
Jih. T. Military to X. A. Kbermtui.
UumI in -wttoH l.l and 22. T ; X.
It 10 W. Recorded February lltli.
( 'HiHkratHin to oo
A. W. Cone to E. It. IJurtoii. iin
ili klvd 't of krt . block:, Shive
. A4ria. Recorded February
ftJUi. Cotiakieraiion l.s-1 xj
Helen Mttstli to Charlotte Braill'ier,
(Ntrtof the wirth s4 of iIkSi1o
uiati I!. miUt donation laud
claim on Clatf. Reconhil
Fbrur 17th. Cmitidenttboi.. 1 m
M. .1. Kiiiiij to fatherine Pojw.
U 7. bloekHi.MClan-AMoria.
H-.nk-4i Flimar 17lh. Cimi--4oV&ation
A. W. "oe Ui T. A. On-utl, wM
' -t UK :;. llM-k M. M-Clure As
toria. Recorded Fetmiaiy MHli.
I oiiMderaikHi ."ET7 ."ill
A. W. Cone to Ltni Mansiir. ea-t
kx :. blurk iH. McClttro A
toria. Keiitnled Febniar" lltth.
Con4deratkMi '. -'W ."i0
11. R. UroWM to N. A. Ebcrinaii.
laml in Sw. 15. T it X. R 10 W.
Recorded Febniarv 21. Cou-id-eraiion,
wamntee dcnl of tth:r
C.i. Wri4bt to C. A. MeUulre. kit
1, bkck 115. hhivelyV Ateria:
lot s. blfk'k :ai. MeClures Astoria :
kitH,bkek l."4. Ohievs Astonu.
Also abHit 2y acres on Tongue
point. R-ordd February 21.
1KS1. CHikIeratioD 5.000 i)
V. I). W. IlxideiilK-rslt. to A. M.
Twowbly, 2w iH'n" in T s X. R
S W. Recorded Febniarv 21.
Coiisik-rtMoi 520 t
Pvatt A. Mauklin to ILL. Parkin-..
JhjmI in sec 20. T 8 X. R 1 W.
Record-! February 24. Consid
eration 500 im
Milton Elliott v Ellen A. Rogerc.
kK4, WfM'k C. )lneys Astoria.
Recorded Februan 25. Coiisid
ora'ion .. :t!5 mi
staled Or-jo loMiattuck V Har
deiibTh. 4 aeri' tide land in
Se. 14, T H X. R H W. Recorded
Febnmryas. Co.ideratioii 1 00
United States to .lames Steel,
aloedecrilKHl land-. Reconl
Uitl Mate, to .ame Steel, X E
X'C -JX T s X. It s W. Record-t-d
The contents of the North Ameri
can Review for March must win the
attention all v the timeliness of
tlie toiMcs disciifeed. First, we have
a thoughtful aud moderate article by
Bishop Coxe on Theology iu the Pub
lic School. The author would sternly
exclude from the chool-room all sec
tarian d-jgmas, whether papist or
pr'tesiiiit. but he insists on thureten
ih : the luble. .first because that
book U th rrincijil fountain of mr
English speech, aud secondly because
it is really the base of our social
fcynem. The x-coiid article is by
Capt. Eudb. who endeavors to show
the practicability of his ship-railway,
its advantages over all canal schemes,
and why the United States can with
out risk guarantee the payment of six
per cent interest on 850,000,000 of
the capital stock of the proposed com
pany. Judge H. H. Chalmers, writ
ing of the Effects of Negro Suffrage,
bespeaks for the southern states, while
engaged with the solution nf the great
problem that has been forced upon
them, the sympathy and counsel of
the north. The other articles arc The
Free-School System, by John D. Phil
brick, being a reply to the recent
strictures of Mr. Richard Grant White
on the public schools; Theological
Charlatanism, by Mr. John Fike,
who;e typical theological charlatan is
.Mr. Joseph Cook; and, finally, a re
view of some recent publications in
Physics, by Prof. A. W. Wright.
Tite annual meeting of the members
of the above association, for the pur
pose of electing oth'cers for the ensu
ing year and the transaction of other
business, will be held at the hall on
Friday evening, 4th inst.,at 7 o'clock.
By order W. S. McGregor,
Just received by Win. Edgar, from
New York, by steamer State of Cali
fornia, a tine stock of Joseph Rodgers
k Jmhib celebrated English cutlery.
Several furnished or unfurnished
rooms at Mrs. Munson's lodging
nouse. Also, a tcvr persons can have
board if required, either ladies or
J. IV. 3IUIINOB
Is getting impatient waiting for
some oi inose promises to pay balanc
es due on account of steamer Mfasmet.
He don't want to make costs, but is
liable to ao so.
.Hal lets, GaJTanit Copper Handles.
Canneryuien work will be done in
good style by Henry Gallon, Astoria,
Oregon. If you will give him your
orders now he can he doing tlie work
in dull times, making it advantageous
to all parties.
Auction or no auction, AdlerV
large stock, recontly brought up by
him from San Francisco, has so rapid
ly sold that he is compelled to leave
again for San Francisco by the next
steamer to reolenish his store with all
the latest novelties in his line. He is
agent for the standard makes of
pianos, organs and all kinds pi music
al instruments of which he will con
tinue to keep a full mock.
Syphon Study Jamp.
Hon. L W. Case, of Astoria, in
placing the new Syphon study lamp
on the market, would call the atton-
tintion of the trade to some of its
merits. Its illuminating qualities are
not equalled by any study lamp in use.
It "ivcs a sttMtdv. brilliant lit lit: is
free from unpleasant odor;does not drip !
eiuicr wueii ouriiiii m not uuimiig;
easily lighted and trimmed, and is
without execution, the most conveni
ent lamp to till ever made. Directions
accompanying ecn tamp. UaJt upon
Mr. Case aud buy one. He .-ells them
at remarkable low rate?.
From a Prominent Physician.
Washingtoiiville, Ohio, June 17th,
18S0. Reading the advertisement of
Kendalls Spavin Cure and having a
valuable and apeudy horse k hich had
l)eon lame from simvin eighteen
mouths, I sent to you for a bottle by
express, which ut six weeks removed
all luuieiies and enlargement and a
large splint froin another horse, and
both horses are to-tlay as sound as
colts. The one bottle wa3 worth to
me one hundred dollars. Yours truly,
U. A. Bertolott, M. D. Read adver
tisement. Central Hotel.
The Central hotel, near the steam
ship dock is now open for the recep
tion of guest.'1', whore the woll known
caterer, Mr. Anton Beloh will always
be found read to wait on his patrons.
He has had the alove named house
thoroughlv retitted by Messrs. Pike
and Stockton, our well known artists.
Call and see hun. as he has the hnest
brands of liquors and cigars to lie had
in the city.
Tin Plate Pis Tin. Etc.
ieo. W. Hume keeps coiisisutly on
hand, Aiul to xrrive a full line of lish
enaens and emmery supplies, at prices
which defy comjirtitioii. Parties wish
ing grceries and th(se intending to
run mess houses should inspect good
and obtain lare discount from regular
(ieo. Hill, uroiii-iutor mih! niHimser,
Fril i Jere. tni; inaiiaer. A. O-trHinler.
lender of on'he'itni.Ceii.l.RiHbert. lender
of brn.- IkiihI. ro-iiish! new rtr-; inirt,
new acts, and new olio. Mr. Nh-kerson
iu his fiuiNm, Mr. ttaely in liieham
pion elo dxiiee. Mr. Moriee m new
iii. .Mis Morrion with Iht iK-nutiiuI
viKali.iii'. Lok out for our 4th of
March Mil when llaje-. will mnreh
forth. Tlie firt iwrt of the entertain
ment will coiieluue with "atrip around
the world iu twenty minutes" ami a
beautiful halad. Continued iKees. of
Miss Lou Baldwin in her excellent
.sons and dance, and tienutiful
balnds. We now have fourteen ex
cellent miLNieians in the brass bund
and an orchestra of live. Mr. Hill
lias pioveu himelf a very iopular
caterer to the publie tastes and will con
tinue to exert himself to do m in the fu
ture. Price of ailtui-niiHi remains the
same. Niu- jieople on the tirst part,
and an exhibition equal to any on
the eoa.t. Mr. Mill invites criti
cism. Come and see for yourself.
New orchestral selections and new
music on the yrand stand under
the leadership of Mr. George Lambert
at tJtfu i. m. The entertainment will
begin at 70 p. m. Entrance on Benton
street. .Irivate boxes on Chenamus.
To-nisht. our new play the "Auction
Store. Scolde.ni. Chas Nickersen:
Squeeler, Menry Staley : Uuster. Chtu. E.
Harnes; policeman, Moriee. Otherehr
acters by the full compnny, buyers, cap
liers. bums, etii, etc First appearance
of Miss Louisa Baldwin, also the won
derful child artist Little Ida.
The bet hair dressing in the world.
Burnett's ciicoaine allays irritation,
removes all tendency to damlnuT. invig
orates the action of the cay il Lories iu the
highest degree, and lias earned a deserv
ed reputation tor promoting the growth
and presen ing the beauty of the human
hair. Ladies dressing their hair elabor
atclj for the evening will find that it im
parts a health natural gloss to tbe hair,
and will caue it to retain its shape for
Burnett's flavoring extracts an used
and indorsed by tlie best hoteN, confec
tioners and grocers throughout theeoun
try. They are perfectly pure.
A cough, cold or sore throat liouId be
stopjied. Neglect frequently results in
an incurable lung disease or consump
tion. Brown's Bronchial troches do not
disorder the .stomach like cough syrups
and balsams, but act directly on the in
flamed parts, allaying irritation, give
relief in asthma, bronchitis, coughs,
catarrh, and the throat troubles which
singers and public speakers are subject
lo. For thirty years Brown's bronchial
troche have been recommended by
physicians, and always give perfect
satisfaction. Having been tested b
wide and constant use for nearly an en
tire generation, they have attained well
inerited rank among the few staple
remedies of the age. Sold at 2T cents a
When you want a dish of nice
Eastern Oysters done up a la mode, or
a good steak, or a fragrant cup of
coffee, call at Frank Fabres on the
roadway, and he will accommodate
yeu: Open at all hours.
Gray's wood yard is now fitted up
on the wharf foot of Benton street,
and prepared to deliver wood to any
part of the city sawed to any length,
and full measure.
Since the Chinese started to brew
"cheap San Francisco beer" there is
little or no demand for that article
any more. Call for the Columbia
brewery beer, if you want something
Frauk Faber has removed in
to Dr. Kiuscy's building on Water
street On the road to the steamer
dock from down town, before break
fast, it will now be handy to drop in
and get a cup of coffee.
Warrantee deeds at Thk As
Get your legal blanks at The
Astouiax oflice. A full line of over
two hundred styles.
Fresh smelt at Warren & Eatom.
IXL BTOKE ! !
NE"W WINTER GOODS ! !
AT PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES.
Clothing for Men. Youths and Boys, Overcoats and Ulsters. Boots and
Shoes, Hats, Furnishing Goods, and Fancy Goods.
Liiliesuntl blisses I'mlri'tienr. Hosiery. Dress ;ools. Cassiinrrc.
Waterproofs, Flannels. Canton Flannels. TJnen Duinaslc.
Xapkitis. Doj'lios. Crashes. Towels. Foil Skirts.
Trunks. Valises. Motions. aiMlJfan
Elegant Stook of Zephyrs inid Fancy Yarn,
Iu f:t Um lan;t ami lu.t stm-k in town ami at the hwet prM't-s.
gr-('a4l hi we Weforf iiHreliant; if nw wi-li to Nave inoey.
67. K COOPER,
I X 1. ston. Main Street, near Pjrker HHi"C. iVstorkt.
FURNITURE 5e BEDDING-
A'D DEALER IN
Carpets, Oil Cloth, Wall Paper, Mirrors,
Window Shades, Lace Curtains, Picture Frames and Mouldings,
WINDOW CORXICKS AND CURTAIN POLES
(omplt in every hnuieli.
AVIN'G EVERY FACILITY FOK HE
ticle. I am now prepared to furnn tne
AT :itt C'KXTS PKlt GALLON
W JJOXiES A TiE3.
"SfFaniilies and keeper? of public hote
M. MEYER. Proprietor
THE COLUMBIA BREWERY
IS SUPERIOR TO MOST, AND IS KXCKLI.ED 1IY NONE OX THIS COAST
JOHN HABLN; - - PROPRIETOR
CHENAMUS STREET, - ASTORIA, OREGON.
CH-Onlcrs left at the HEIOIAMA BHEIt HALL will be promptly aitoiiiletl to.-ffw
tt. LK1NFXWKIIKK. HlKAM l'.KOWX.
Leinenweber & Co.,
TAMERS AND CURRIERS,
Manufacturers anil Importers of
A LL KINDS OF
Wholesale Dealers in
OIL AND TALLOW.
BOOTS and SHOES
eirlliRhest cash pnre imll fr ntes and
General assortment of table stoek constant!
on nanit. such as
Canned Fruits stud Jelly
Bacon, Hams, Shoulders, Laid,
KfSGS. BllTTElt. CHEESE.
Fresh Fruits and Vegetables,
FISH. POriTRY AXI GAME
Iu tbe season.
CIGARS AND TOBACCO.
Best or WirVES AM UQITORS.
All cheap for CASH Goods sold ou com
mission. Opposite I. W. C:ie's store.
D. K. U'ARRCf.
Astoria Market !
OPPOSITE OCCIDENT HOTEl ,
ASTORIA. - - OREGON.
WAURF.X & KATO.Y. Preprletoi-N.
(Sueeenors to Warren J: McGuirel
WhoIealc and Retail Dealers in
Fresh and Cured Meats
A full line of
FAMILY GROCERIES, FLOUR, FEED
II A . CANNED FRUIT. VEGE
ffr Butter, Eggs, Cheese, etc. constnntlj
tre- Ships supplied at the lowest rates.
Main Street, - - Axtoria Oregon
HEJtGMAN ,0 BERRY
pESPilCTKULLY CALL THE ATTL
JLV tion of thb public to the fact that the
above Market will always b supplied with a
FULL VARIETY BEST QUALITY
FRESH ANDCURED MEATS!
Which will be sold at lowest rates, wholesale
and retail. Special attention given to supplj-
BILL HEAD PAPER,
OF EVERY ORADE AND COLOR, PRItf
ed or plain, at lowest rates, at
Thk Astorus oEce
MANUFACTUHE OF A FlrtST CLASS AK-
publicwitn the finest quality, for cash.
AX SI f0 i-JiK ixixi;.
promptly and regularly supplied.
"A Merciful Alan is Merciful to his Beat.i
OXLY 23 CKXTK.
650,000 ALREADY SOLD ! !.
, treat im on the.
And his I)Nease. by
B.J. KENDALL, JILL).
Fall or Valuable and Praetieal In-
formatlon. anil Ceutalnins: an
IXDEX OF DISF.ASKS.
Wlilcli gives the symptoms, nutse and the
Best Treatment of each ; a table giving all
the principal ilni-s used for the Horse, with
the ordinary do-.e, effects, aud antidote when
a poisen: a table with an en-raving of the
HorseS teeth at different ages with rules
for telling the age of the Herse: &" engrav
ings .showing the imortant iwiints in the
.structure or the horse. aNo illustrating posi
tions avonued by sick lior.es in different dis
eases. A valuable collection of receipts,
many u which would cost a horse-owner
three to five dollars each.
EVERY FARMER SHOULD OWN
Thousands who have seen It commend it.
and many good horsemen have extolled it in
the hlgnest terms, even stating that thev
prefer it to books which cost . oo to iu m).
Do not tlirow away your monev in the pur
chase of costly books on the Horse, which
are so rull of litin phrases aud tcclinlctil
tenns as to le unintelligible to the avenige
BUY KENDALL'S TREATISE,
A book of loo pages, in paper co ers giving
you more pnictiral information than is con
tained iu .some large volunn-s at far higher
cost. Havingexanuned this book thoroughly
we are satislied no
Would hesitate a moment about investing 23
cents in its purchase, if he did but know the
value or its contents. Recognizing the de
sirability of having such practical informa
tion as our fanning friends daily need Iu
their business, provided at reasonable cost
instead of being obliged to pav the enormous
profits demanded by the Publishers of most
Agricultural Books, we have secured
Several Hundred Copies
Or this valuable little Treatise on the Horse,
.siucle copies of which we slull be pleased to
mail to any reader of this paper, postage pre
paid by us, on receipt of
Remittances may be made in etirreiicv, sil
ver or stamps. Send all orders to
i. v. invAsWn,
I. W. CASE,
I3IP0RTER AND V.HOLEFALEAND RE
TAIL DEALER IN
Comer Chenamus and Cass streets.
ASTORIA ... OREGON;
THE UNDERSIGNED WILL BE PRE
pared to furnish to order, m lots to suit,
and kept constantly on hand, CEDAli
FLOATS, HAUL$, HANDLES, etc.. for
sale at lowest price.
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