The Daily Astorian. (Astoria, Or.) 1876-1883, March 17, 1881, Image 1

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Yol. xiv.
Astoria, Oregon, Thursday Morning. March 17, 1881.
No. 64.
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GENERAL FOREIGN NEWS.
KV MAIL AM TKfWKArH.
Origin f Hie l'alal x-hemc.
London, March 15. The Rus
sian embassy here claims to Imve
evidence regarding the czar's as
sassinationthat tin manufacturing
of the bombs, g-l& and nitro
Hvcerine, and in fact the entire
scheme, originated in London.
Died from Poison.
St. PjcriHteituiys, March 13. It
is stated that the civilian who de
clined to jive hife name died from
poison he had taken, nti from
wounds.
The TrapplitU" of Woe.
Bhkun. March 15. The whole
German army goes into mourning
for one month.
Princess llolsoiirouUr.
Viknna, March 15. A dispatch
says that Princess Dolgourouke,
morganatic wife of the late czar,
lias left St. Petersburg and will not
return.
Ilnre .llioul luc Assassins.
St. Petkr-skurc, March 15.
The remains will lie in state in the
chapel of the palace fifteen days,
and prayers will be said nightly.
The minister of the interior states
that one of the chief organizers of
the attack on the czar, arrested
March 11th, has confessed com
plicity and denounced RoussakofT
in person. RoussakoIT being shown
the corpse of the man who
evidently threw the second bomb,
and was himself mortally wounded,
recognized his accomplice. The
house from which Roussakofi' ob
tained the bombs has been dis
covered. jiurialist .llccllnz failed a I M I.oiii l
Kndorsc tin- Assassination.
Sv. Louis. March 15. A dodger
embellished with a death head,
cross bones and coffin was freely
circulated on the streets to-day
calling a meeting of the Friends of
Progress and the Children of the
Goddess of Liberty, to assemble
at the court Iiohm to-night to
endorse the action of the . nihilist
society in the assassination of Em
peror Alexander of Russia. Polish
exiles specially are invited to be
present. 1 he dodjrer Imis madei
considerable Mir among people
generally and tin; olice are at
tempting to find it author. Pre
cautions will be taken by the
police to precnt disturbance.
iV'NHiu say Uiat it i no mm l'r t Jhmi
toM4ivettis. lhat U have Ihmii in the
(Have in ousting all their lives, awl
ewryl'ofly knows ihit. Swell Hok'
seem to frel to tak in iisMkrnlkt
that tmr country is hht(mi in )
lalioii nearly -in j.ci cent, every ten years,
and ho iiinUci Ihiyn old thedsce may Ik.
there are constant chmisvs takim; laee:
somr move to oilier iwrt.aI strangers
till llietr I'lHces. In thi n; of tin
world, unices tin name of x lwshuss
linn is kejvt coiinmmH iteforc the public,
some new firm iimv" simi nit. ami. Iiv
in " i . i.."t ". . .."'.:..'
tnke the pJncc of the older one, and the
ii'-cnu snivel iimii:. in a very snori iiiiie ;
latter rust uuUas it were, and he forgot
ten. Xo ninn ever loi money h judi
cious advertNinK
Ir"Vhat Pleasure it l t my one
debts! In the first idaee.il removes I lint
uneasiness whleli a imtmhi feels fnmi
deneiidence and ohiitratiim. It atfords
pleasure to the creditor, and tlieiyfore
gratifies our social affection. It pro
motes that future confidence which is so
interesting to an honest mind. It opens
a prospect of being readilj supplied
with what you want on future occasions.
It leaves a consciousness of our virtue;
and it is a measure we know to be right,
both iu noint of justice and sound econ
omy . b inall y. it is the main support of
simple reputation. Pay us, that we may
pay i "lens.
rgrAll subscribers to Tub atoi:ias
are very respectfully invited to act as
agents for the napcr. We know tliat
ttire must be many nconle who would
ta the jiajier "at sirht, if asked h
f".MV 111V1IU (II UU S(F. ,1 V IIIVU VllllI il.S-
sistoace, ami will cheerfully pay for it.
We will send the paper one full year to
any si persons you mav name for the
sum of 310 00. Thus you can act as
agent for us and make a profit for your
self. Circuit Court Blanks, County
Court Blanks. Justice Court Ulanks.
. .fnstice. fienrt: mantr.
fchipphu: Blanks. Miscellaneous Dla'nks
ontx
arniniy ueeus. mm ciaim cieeiis ,
awmi ijhiii.ij;ks. loale at inisunicc.
OLEOMARGARINE.
What it is, and tlie Metliod of its
Manufacture.
It4ft CuNMHcmNl Bulletin.
There ha been so much said
and written of late ujkhi this sub
ject that a brief description of wliat
oleomargarine is and how it is
manufactured may not le amiss in
this connection. "We will take the
process known as the "Mege pro
eets., In the first place it should
le understood that butter which is
obtained front milk is produced
by the eow claloratiiig Iter fat
through the celular mnmmary tis
sues at the low rate of temperature
of the body. The animal fat from
which the butter cells in milk are
produced is composed chiefly of
oleine. margarine and stearine and
small quantities of other sub
stances. The natural process per
formed by the cow consists mainly,
first, in sejairating the oleomarga
rine from the stearine without de
veloping disagreeable odors or
flavors iu the oleomargarine; and
secondly in producing a slight
change in the oleomargarine, bv
which it assumes the character of
butter.
Now when the fat is rendered
at a low temperature consider
ably below that heretofore em
ployed in the ordinary rendering
of fat it has the taste of molten
butter, and does not acquire that
peculiarly disagreeable flavor here
tofore supposed to be necessarily
attached to melted fat or tallow,
and which is designated as a
tallowy flavor. The temperature
must be far below that heretofore
ordinarily used iu rendering fats
when no Mich object is proposed,
to wit: the making of a butter-like
product was in view: but it is not
safe to vary much irom 103 de
grees. In order to neutralize any
fermentation of the fat before or
during its treatment, the raw fat
should, as soon as possible after
the death of the animal, be plunged
in a solution of fifteen per cent, of
common salt, and one per cent, of
sulphate of soda, the effect of
which would be to prevent fermen
tation. When the fat is being rendered
there is added two liters of gas
trie juice to 100 kilograms of fat.
Thin gastric juice is made by
macerating for three hours- half of
the stomach of a pig or sheep, well
wxslied, and three litors of water
containing tlrim grains of biphos
pliate of liiiK. This macerated
sitlfetaiice is passed through a
sieve and then added to the fat
uneer treatment in the proportion
of two liters lo 100 kiloo-iams.
The separation of the organized
tissues from the fat is made by the
introduction of salt durimr the
rendering; and. as soon as there
1 r r . -i .
ic iiu lumps 01 iai VlSlDie, one
per cent, of common salt is added
and stirred for some time. The
rendered fat is then allowed to
stand until it attains jierfeet
limpidity, when it can be drawn
ofl. The melted fat is next allow
ed to stand in u vessel maintained
at a temperature tf about eightv-
six degrees and ninety-eight de
gree, until the stearine is ervstal
ized. The mixture of oleomorra
rine and stearine is then put iu a
centrifugal machine, and the oleo
margarine will pass through a cloth
i al,c t stearime remain within, or
the mixture may he submitted to a
press.
A sea captain was brought be
fore a justice in Marseilles and
mercilessly attacked by his oppo
nent's lawyer. AVhen at length
J he was suffered to speak, he said:
J (.,P -it ,- . '
X"UI """. -- a cieiay ol one
x wir o"or, j. ask a delay of
I HIT...... IT T -.1 i .
'week in the proceedings so that I
big enough liar to
'atiswer that man." His
request
J was granted.
PACTS AND SCRAPS.
lemperance JeeislatKMi is betusr
,. , , " , , w
dHOM&eed by an unusual number
of legislatures this winter.
The Worehester Spy says that ,
Schurz caniKJt understand philau-
, , i i
tnrophv. unless there 1 sonic re-
suiting advantage in it. '
c J
Alalwtma hat; a provision in her
constuutKHi forbidding the consent-
... f. , ,
dation of competing lines of tele-,
, i r
graph.
bill lias Un introduced in
the Indiana legislature providing! I"rm,.anlirl.me4 ).
that nine out of a jury of twelve ; Kn,g .'H"n' "' - X""- -
can Dim in a errliet. WhM ym .lMrM OHr I-Irtlll.r.s k-.,
The Chicago Tribune funis that Jt,,. Xmi Jh,. lll94 v.w kaarf cm
all that Mr. Hxyes ever knew he u ySTkrhe.! aatiia tHihr.,.HaN s
found iu Ohio, and thinks that it is ,f 'm hml MM,r ,H " nitm lh? w,r
not Nlraiige that when he wants a
man for an oflice he should not go
bevond Ohio. i
j
Mis. Hayes has a record of the
White Innise entertainments under
I
her rule in the shnpe of a large!
album, containing diagrams of
dinner parties, names of guests,
etc.
Prince Bismarck has taken his
son, Count Herbert Bismarck, to
be his private secretary. The
young man look exceedingly like
his father, and i said to be uncom
monly gifted.
Queen Victoria departs from
her usual India shawl in the wed
ding gift which she is going to
present to Princess Stephanie. It
is to be a magnificent embossed
silver service.
People in the north usually over
look the fact that there is a large
lepublican vote in the south. Ft
seems to be generally accepted
that southern republican votes
must come from negroes. But it
is, estimated that iu Tennessee
alone there are something like
00,000 white republican voters.
A Long-Absent Husband.
i:rtiMplM i Vu Km l'n-s.
Among the cases heard before
the Supreme-court for Rutland
county was that of Leach against
Leach, the jwrticulars of which arc
of considerable interest. It seems
that in the fall of 1S.V) Rosina ?
llall, then a jrirl, married EIi.-h:t'at St. Louis lias cost as mnrh as
H. Wells, of Willinjrford, who
soon alter went to California.
Almul 1875, iHtlitn- hnviiir been
heard from Well-. !kj married
Eiienezer Leaeh. a widow'er of
alxnit sixty, with several ehildnu.
No divorce was ohinineil from
Wells. a she snpixa?ed his long1
ah enee had remhiietl that form
alily needles". Jn, 1S74 I.eaeli
diel, having removetl to Pawiet,
leaving his widow with three
children. She applied to the Pro-bnte-court
for her dower, instead
of the provision made for her by
her husband's will. This was
granted, anil the court ordered
John Leach, a stepson, and execu-
tor of the will, to pay her S30 a
iiiuiiiii, ine usiaiu o-.-iui woilii cil,-
000 to 20,000. Meanwhile, rumors
had come back that Wells was
i. .i ... i.: .1..1-.
livinr. and the son refused to obey
the order, and was imprisoned for
contempt. After fifteen or twenty
days Judjre Retinoid released him
on a habeas corpus. He appealed j
from the order for payment of the
Probate-court, and the Supreme
court dismissed the appeal. Suits
were brought by each party against
the other which are still pending'.
All the sou's property was attached
in this way, and he procured an
injunction against the supposed
widow from further prosecuting
her claims for damage tinder orders
of the Probate-court, until the
question of the validity of her
marriage to Kbenezer Leaeh could
i i - i mi
uc ueicniiiuuu. me case, is now
sent back to the court of chancery;
for heariug of that question. The
sou's bill sets forth that he is able;
to prove that Wells is still living,
- . a
though oiiisuie ot tuat state.
w ;::st.
if ii-mM.knittiMcohMH.HiMkHm.
fn tat great inartitr n pfcecp4s t4 :
TmH mr mm hand a- lo r iwrtoer's
a4yx.'w aha. Imm forth .smKioed.
Your ttiM lewl makes rwar partner nwder-
What Is ibr etolef fHtptaat rf yr haart :
lM4' nVrr k neersitr the stnuigc 4
That your Hist ImmI hr frma ymr Hdt thatV
la II.. with Arraul Khur, ka4 Kiax-.thrH
,.1.: , ,. ... ...
',i :
Wth -" ,i",". Knave. W4 Aw jumI Ibra
... tla-awa:
WMh Arr.foMT 4mmII m: .r s)mnM NN
. lre:
"""?: ,xMw-I"- H w ,,M
,,wl: L,HI ' thi' HM'r " '''
,M IHmt - iy shwmI r.mii.
Whene'er ya hmhI a kad.'iisst44HHmutc
To lead H t itie weak. tknMeh the
sinn.
Jtsj'isrtlbaiid.j.MrIHMsHW in 4ywl.
L hhs ih mean "tntwii sieHnl" to Ih imnle ;
Or. If joa've K'ih ami ijikcm. or Aw awl
Klne.
Thru hh f these will Im the imfper thiwp.
Mrod well the rales fir inuajrs vom'II IIi-h
need them ;
When you held Ove. 'lis almtvs ri-ht ti hnul
them :
Or. if the lead won't come la time t yot.
Then sijnwl to yinir imrtnvrxi to do.
Wateli ali for imr iwrtuer tramp reiHesl.
To Hhieh. with k-ss than fr. ptnv ohI vonr
Im-sI.
Tohail Ihntwgh tHwimrs lamed H is Iwri
play.
Tnless yoa hhi the tramp salt cleared
away.
Whea. second hand, a dunhtful trick oh see.
Don't Inimii it. if on hold Mtore tramits tlian
I'.Hl. having ihree ir !cs. tramp fearlessly.
w hen weak in tramirs itirse)f. kH't firre
yoar inend ;
UhI always force IIh- adetM tria tramp
hand.
For sHii.ne-s. stera chnhm has h-crced
Tin hiw est you mast play, if oh1miI lead.
Whch you dt-anl. Hik sh voh omchl t
ehooM.
For strong ones are to valuaMe l hiM.
The Great Bridge at St. Louis-
1 .
zV few yjars ago, in anti-bridge
days pjrigprs were ferried
across the Mississippi and landed
J on the -crowded levee, at great
inconvenience, but now, thanks
to a great architect and mechaui
clutl skill, the tired traveler sits iu
his comfortable car until he reach-
e the depot in the heart of the
city. The upper Mississippi has
been spanned by twelve great rail
road bridges, costing in the aggro-
gate over $20,000,000. and this one
all tin other eleven combined.
The magnificent structure is- a
monument to the eniHiieerinir skill
i of Captain James "15. Eads. How
can we deerile it? Four massive
piers of pjranite reaeh down to a
rock foundation, more than 100
leot lelow the su rfact of the river.
and rise eighty feet aliove the
water. These stuHdotis piers
sujiort three immense arelies. each
one .300 feet long. The arclies are
composed of chrome steel tubes,
united by a vast network of iron
braces. The bridge has two
divisions, the upper ortiou being
used for carriageways, horse-car
tracks ami promenades. Through
i the lower division runs a double
line of steam railway tracks, on
which 100 daily trains go thunder
ing back and forth. Leaving the
bridge, the trains plunge into a
tunnel as dark as midnight, and
nearly a mile in " length, passing
under the city to the ureal Union
,1,., All ..t. .. ..,!.:.
...,... .x.. wci.,.;, ... ,...-Ci nil -
great central station, and twice a
da' it is probably the busiest place
to be found in the country; morn
ing and evening one can sec no
less than a dozen trains standing
there ready to depart to all points
of the compass.
Never so shopping without con
suiting the advertising columns of Tiik
Astokian. They will tell you where
the liest bargains are to be had. and nist
what merchants are alive and doing
I biisiuess.
T ,"...,.,.
' Lawyers bneis printed m fine
, stylu. at TlIK ASTORIAX office.
Warrantee deeds at The As-
tobi.in office.
. "Get 'r 'egal blanks at Tiik
ASTflllliV nfllri- A full lini nf .vnr
. tnvo hundred styles.
UAXKlt; ASD INSURANCE.
BANKING AfJDINSURAHCL
X, WT, CASE,
BROKER, BARKER
M
INSURANCE AGENT.
ASTORIA, ... OREGON
OFFICE HOURS:
FROM S O'CLOCK A. M. UNTIL 4
O'CLOCK P. M.
iHoiie Mntial Insurance Co.,
OF CALIFORNIA.
.. lresidcnt
.......... ... Secretary
.......AKOut for O's't'OH
w. I.. SroKY.
Capital H4 up hi U. S.
:old
.....00 000 U9
com ... ..............
I Y. OASI-X Ajrcttt.
Caenrmiis street, Astoria. Oregon.
867,000,000 CAPITAL.-
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.
Reiireientin? a capital of S07.000.000.
A. VAN DUSEN. Asent.
HOTELS AND RESTAURANTS.
A..T.MKCI.KI:. CS. WKIGHT
OCCIDILXT IIOTKL.
MEflLEK : WKUIUT. Proprietors. '
Astoria, Oregon.
fllHE PKoriMETOKS AUK HAPPY TO
X announce that the above hotel ha.s been
rc'iauitcd and rerundshed. adding greatly to
the cmHfort of itsfntcsts and is now the best
hotel north of San Francisco.
V. KNOWLKs.
CLXllVJiimX
PORTLAND. - -
AUZIKV-KK.
IIOTKr,.
- - OREGO.N
ZIEBER KN0YLES, Proprietors.
Fn'e etmch to and from the house.
JU-TiiF. D n. Astii:iax is on Hie at the
ClarcMdiHi Hotel reading room.
Pioneer Restaurant Hotel.
MAIN STREET. - ASTORIA
.llrs,. s. X. Arrltfoni. Proprietor
rjHIE TRAVELING PuTlLIC WILL KIND
i Uh 1'MHHvr first class in all resjwcts.and
a slwire of their alrona'e is resMctfiilIy
Mtlieit'Ml.
-Ronl aad kHlin:liy the day or week.
The New York Oyster Saloon
Will Mre to their citMoiia'rs from tliis
ale as Mlotts :
TEA. COFFEE. CHOCOLATE.
Ka-tern Oysters Always on 2I:ind.
And mil Ik- kei as -i first elass Ovsttr Sa
hum. in tlrst class sty h:
DANIEL GRANT. Manager.
Fair Wind Co ft re Saloon
M-
CHOP HOUSE,
WATER STKI'LT. AnToRIA.
Nt ilHr tit Ir 'vint ",
ronVe. Tea nl fl.ocolate. with
fake, to Cents.
'hois I'ooketl to (Inter.
Fine Wines. Iiiiinor.s ami (iK:iis
of thr list ImtiiiN.
Hmmihc jw4 hx-ihmI the alie estallisli-
iMcat cennlnn inileoor frk-mls ami the
MiMa jeiM-nll t sle its a truil.
Vtl FOARO & KV ANSON.
ROSCOE'S FIRST CLASS
Oyster Saloon.
MAIN STREET. ASTORIA.
milE INI)ERS(;NEI IS fI.EA.SEI TO
X aMitottnce ! the
Ladies and Gentlemen of this City
TlMt he Is ihw rc;ircI t faniish for tlicm,
in arst rfcis sh, ami eer stle.
OYSTERs. HOT COFFEE. TEA, CTC.
T TIO
Ladies" and Gent's Oyster Saloon,
MAIN STREET.
I WeasesiwawaeslL
. ItOSCOE DIXON. IToi.rielor
C. H. STOCKTON.
HtOXJSE, SIGciST -
ANI
-CARRIAGE PAINTER,-
PA PER HANGING AND YALL COLORING
A SPKCI.U.TY.
GLAZING PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO.
9-Shop net door to Astorian Office, in
SluwtersbnlMliis;.
TIN PLATE.
BLOCK TIN
For sale ex Warehouse at Astoria orl'ortlaud
by BALl'OCR, DTHIUK Co.,
-ti Portland, Oaegon.
BUSINESS CARDS.
Q. A. BOWLRY.
ATl'ORNEY AT LAW.
Chenaatits Slreet. - ASTOrUA. OKEGONi
1 W. Wl.TOX.
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
ASTOKIA
OKF.GON
Office over Paae & Allea's sn-tCass street
T V. ItOltlt.
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
ASTOKIA ... . OREGON
Oitke over Warren & Eaton's Astoria, llax
ket.ojKsite the Occident Hotel.
P - IIOI,lKX.
NOTARY PUBLIC,
At'CTIONEEK, COM.MISSION AND IN-
SUKANCK AGENT.
T VANDUSEN. "
NOTARY PUBLIC.
C'hcnamiis Street, near Occhlunt Hotel,
ASTOKIA, OREGON.
Agent Wells, Fargo & Co.
Ijl P. IUCK5
PENTIST,
ASTOKIA,
- OKEGON.
Kooins in Allen's lHiilding up stairs, cornr
of Cass and Hieinoche streets.
TTK. HI. I. .TEXXIXGS.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Graduate University of Virginia. 1868.
Physician to Ray View hospital, Baltimore
Oitj.iStJO-TO.
OFTirK In Page & Allen's building, up
stairs. Astoria.
JAY TUTTIiK, M. 1.
PHYSICIAN AND SUKGEON,
Office Over the White House Store.
Rksidkxck Next door to Mrs. JIunson'a
ooanung nouse. unenainas street, Astori
Oregon.
C. OKCIIAKD.
DENTIST,
Dental Itooin
SIll'sTKK's
Photonipli r.nildinir.
"T A. nielXTOSII.
MERCHANT TAILOPv,
Occident Hot'I Riiildm;,
ASTOKIA --- OREGON
C.
ii. BAinr &. co..
OK.M.KK IN
Doors Window. Itlindx. Trar
NOiiis,. liiiniber. Ktc.
All kiinN of Oak Lumber, (tliuss. Rxit 31a
teriiil. etc.
Steam Mill near Weston hotel. Cor. Geo
eviveaiMl A.tor greets.
J G. FAIR FOWL & SON.
STEVEDORES AND RIGGERS jMSjp
Portland and Astoria, Oregon.
Refer by -ermiion to Rogers, Meyers iCe,
Allen ic LoTi3.Corbitt AMacleay,
Portland. Oregon.
yji. tiihixiTaut.
Occident Hotel Hair Dressing Saloon
AS rORIA - OKKOON.
lint, ill, Miotter,
Meant and Milplmr
RiVTHS.
;5ysiecial attfiilmn jsiveii tolndiei-'ana
'liiHireit's hair cii'tim;.
lri:itf HHtnince for Ladies.
wif.r.tAjx i'K.
I'RArTHAL
hoot xx n siiei:
MAKER.
CllKXMCs STKK.KT. OJlpOsttl Adlcr's BOOfe
store. - ASTOKIA. OlSWiOX.
S3T IVrfe't fits nianinteed. All work
H-arranteil. Cie me a trial. AH orders
nroiHiKly Klied.
Music Lessons.
T. F. CULLEN and C E. BARNES
TEACHERS OF
VIOLIN, PIANO, GUITAR, COR
NET AND BANJO,
Would like a fen pupils on either of the
alMive instruments.
Terms Eight lemons for live dollars.
Ed-onlcrs left at Stevens & Soils boot
store Hill be prompt h attendcl to.
J. T. E0RCHERS,
COXCOMLY M'KEET. ASTORIA.
Mauuf4iCtuier and Packer of
CAVIAR, SMOKED SALMON.
Cash jmld for fresh
IILACK STURGEON JSPAWN.
Siiiokfd Sturgeon, and smoked Salmon put
HP iu this to ship to any part of the world.
Also, trout halt (.salmon eggs) put up iu cans
and warranted to keep any length of time.
Depot at Rogers Central Market, comer
Caaiul Clieiiaiiuis streets. Astoria.
To-XUjht To-Xigkt
GRAND BALL,
AT MUSIC HALL,
THIS EYEXIXG.
dealer in
FA3IIT.Y GROCERIES,
XAITS, MILL FEED AND HAY
Casti paid for country nrndtie- Snui
-j profits on cash sales. Astona, Oreson; cot-
u ui jjixiii aim JMucjun;u4iK Mreeis.
Spi
LES.
Tlie undersigned s prepared to funtek
a tirjre number of Spiles and Spars at Mr
yuce uu suun notice, ai reasonaoie raitf.
Ma,
Appiy to u. O. CAFLS3
Columbia