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- ASTORIA, OREGON:
TUESDAY XAltCH 29. 1S8I
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D. C. Ireland, Editor :mtl Proprietor.
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ers who &nttcinjkitcaltenccfrm the cUw w
have Thk astokian oHk fiicw. Daily
r Weekly edtlUmt t tiny ptt-n&cc trtU
ml additional erpwe. Ara man U
tnanyed as nfUn ok tioxlrod. .Loire ivrivr '
the counting rftnm.
Fishing season opens on Friday
Justice court is vary busy just
The British bitrk Viola is .in the
Hon. A. Van Diisun is ill at his
The Webfoot will pit'lmbiy o to
The Rj'cvalc and Gluunru Utrth
wont to sea yesterday.
Lieut. EHouhcad returned from
Stoainer clay to-day. Oregon to
anivc: State of California to sail.
The blackboard is the most marked
feature of our common school svstom.
It is hinted that the man in the
moon is an Ohio man. How did lie
planet to get thuiv?
The schooner Kate L. ilemn.
from Tillamook, is at Trenchant and
The little steamer John Nation
now makes regular trips between As
toria and Lewis and Clarke.
Prof. J. P. Foaster's large writ
ing class, we understand, are improv
ing fast under his careful training.
In the Police court yesterday
George Doorfler was fined 10; James
Smith, 3; John Fugorson, $4; and
Harry 3Iace, So.
Alexander Hunter, whose death
is announced in another column tc-day,
was formerly in the cannory business
on the Columbia rivor.
The early education of a groat
financier. In early life, on the home
farm, it is said that Jay Gould's
special chore was watering the stock.
The pilot schooner J. C. Coisins
crossed the bar yesterday, six days
from Sau Francisco, but wind failing,
her arrival at Astoria was detained un
til a late hour in the evenings when
she arrived safely in tow of the Mary
Visiting J. 0. Han thorn and
company's cannery yesterday we wore
pleased with the air of business activity
which pervaded the whole place.
Boxes and cans are being manufactur
ed rapidly, of the latter Mr. Hanthorn
said that about 400,000 had been made
during the present month.
In our visit to upper Astoria yes
terday we dropped in to Messrs. Leiu
enweber & Co.'s Boot and Shoe fac
tory. We found Mr. Corseu, the
superintendent up to his knees in
leather, and every man iu the shop
too busy at work to talk, so, as there
was a notice looking glaringly at us
and uttering in very plain language
"no admittance except on business,"
we speedily made our exit.
The Clatsop races, postponed on
Saturday on account of the woather,
came off yesterday aftornoon on Clat
sop beach. The weather could not
have bcon more pleasant and suitable
for the occasion and the steamer Sam
was crowded with passengers to
witness the running of two of the best
horses that ever came to this county.
The contest was between Tillie V.
and Nellie, both mounted by ex
perienced riders, and it was a vory
good race, and so even were both
when the stakes at the end of the
track were reached that the race was
decided by the judges as a dead heat.
The distance run was three-quarters
0 a mile.
Who is the Rev. Mr. I. A. Banks?
Is he the L. A. Banks who gradu
ated at Philomath college? Is he the
same Banks who was publicly kicked
out of a ball room by his father, a
minister? Is he the same Banks who
afterwards made a feeble attempt to
boctrttte a preacher of the gospel? Is
he the Banks who secured ait agency
for a publishing home in the eat atid
Mteniued a l:e numler of wibscrij -tion,
eit for the books, detivured
ikettt, gt the money, and lost it all at
a gawte of cards poker in Albany,
.Oregon? Is he the gentleman (!) who
eotne to Astoria to teach the young of
both Kexcs now t become moral and
MjM'iht; and do the people of Benton,
Lane, or P!k cwntits kiHw anything
very god about hint? DM L. A.
Banks ever commit suicide? What
church doc he belong to. or does he
belong to two? Is he the Banks that
was published by the eastern book
fiim throughout the whole counuy as
a swindler? And what is the price of
furniture in Corvallis? And last of all,
h he the same L. A. Batiks who is
editor id that infinitesimal sheet called
the Pacific Censor? ' A ScitaCRiftxiu
The trouting soason soon begins,
and then will the disciple of Izaak
Walton haunt the shores of Youngs,
Lewis and Clarke and Ivlaskani rivers,
with hook and line in qiiuat of these
An ordinance requiring all minors
in Albany to be safely IohimmI at and
after 9 o'clock v. M.. iaseMl the coun
cil of that city a few days ago. This
requires girls and boys aiiku to keep
The Christian, Baptist and .Wes
leyan Methodist churches at north
Yamhill have combined :hr-ir forces
for erection of a church building.
SiiWrijrtkrto; for this purpose, up to
tbo lth inst., amounted h 1.2-17 H).
A little five-year old son of Mrs.
J. W. Joi dan, and grandson of Dr.
Belt, formerly .f Sal-m, while play
ing on the i-aih'i ad ir-ek, was run
over by the cars recently and instantly
killed at his home near Oakland, Cali
fornia. Henry Wintzingerode,the murder
orof old mill Swanger. near i'Htr,
lias been granted a mw trial. The
Supriioe-otHtrt tWtded that the
prisoner's oiifw-Moiis were imH-Hjrly
admitted, and rvvetd the decision
of the lower cirf.
Miss Katliorine INurs and full
dramatic company will be passongors
by the steamship Oregon to-day from
Sau Francisco. The new dramatic
season will open at New Murket
theater, Portland, on Saturday even
ing next, and continue for two weeks.
Dr. D. J. Stewart, of. the firm of
Stewatt & Co., San Francisco, is visit
ing the state io collect material for a
serial history of Oregon, commencing
back as remote as the antral of Lewis
and Claikc, and extouding down to
the present. The history will be is
sued in soperate numbers. There are
to be ton numbers, each number to
contain from seventy-fire to ne hun
dred pages. The work of writing will
be commenced about the first of June;
and it is the purpose to issue the first
number sume time in the fall, or early
in the winter.
Miss Ellti M. Beard, sister of
Mrs. W. H. Barker, of this city, and
for many years a resident of Astoria,
has completed a two years torm at
Philomath college, in Benton county.
She has just finished the commercial
couise and will shortly receive her
diploma. Miss Beard has had con
siderable experience as a teacher in
this county and her many friends here
will be glad to hear of her success.
With the additional advantages of a
college training coupled with the high
character she has always sustained for
industry and correct and ladj'-like
deportment, Miss Beard will be a
valuable acquisition to any community
in which her lot may be cast.
The quarterly Sabbath school re
view and concert of the Presbyterian
Sabbath school was very largely at
tended .n Sunday evening at the
Pi-osbyterian church. The exorcises
cousi' od of a review and recitation by
the children present of the thoines,
golden tests and catechism for the
past quarter as studied from the In
ternational iessou leaves. The chil
dren wore very prompt in their
answers. The singing by the choir
and the children added much to the
interest of the meeting. The assistant
superintendent repoited that there
were one hundred nauit-s on the roll
and the average attendance during the
quarter about eighty. There are ten
teachers besides the officers in the
school, and more teachers are needed.
At the close of the exercises a collec
tion was taken up amwunting to thir
teen dollars and fifty cents.
FACTS AND SCRAPS
A lovoly little poem cntit'ed
The Suicide is ffoinjr the routids
just now. We are glad to see the
poets have finally got into the right
Man is the only animal provided
with handkerchief facilities. He
has a pocket to keep his handker
chief and x nose that can be laid
An exchange speaks of a Chi
cago man who "has one foot in the
grave. Presume it's all they
could get in .without enlarging the
An Ohio girl sued a man for
breach of promisc3 and proved him
such a mean scoundrel that the
jury decided that she ought to pay
him something for not marrying
A Denver editor hasn't kissed
any lady except his wife for ten
years. lie has missed a heap of
fun. Kissing is somewhat like
sevon-up. If he begs, and she
thinks she can make points in the
game, she will give him one.
Whv should tonsorial artists be
allowed tho rights of citizenship
when they are nothing but shavers?
Tis indeed barberous.
The man who siglis, "how soon
we are forgotten,5' has only to
leave a hotel without paying his
bill to find out how sadly mistaken
Thomas Carry lo ssud: "Do the
duty that lies next to you.'' Still
this wouldn't justify a man at a
theatre in wrecking a hgh bonnet
with his umbrella.
"The difference," said the cook,
'between a child of royal birth
ami a young himb, is that the first
is toiided in splendor and the otner
is splendid 'n tender.'
( )h, -he was nice to eat, remark
ed the alligator; she tasted very
sweet ami I am glad-i-ator.
Women liave cheek enough to
wear ihs hats on their heads,
but there s one thing they dure
not do. Not one of them dares to
remove her hat in public and dust
off the bald spot.
It'is an ill wind that blows jood
to nobody; but the odor of "that
which came from the forty-six
congress, in the opinion of the
Troy Times, was almost stifling
while in the process of emission.
The air at Washington will be
Is the word till M. D. Kant returns
with his new spnng and summer stock
of clothing and cloths. Delay your
purchases and get something new.
Several furnished or unfurnished
rooms at Mrs. Munsou's lodging
house. Also, a few persons can have
board if required, either ladies or
J. W. .MunNon
Is getting impatient waiting for
some oi those promises to pay batanc
ha due on account of steamer Magnet.
He don't want to make costs, but is
liable to do so.
Tin Plate, Vis Tin, Ktc.
Geo. W. Hume keeps constantly on
hand, and to arrive a full line of fish-
eriueus and cannery supplies, at prices
which defy competition. Parties wish
ing groceries and those intending to
run moss houses should inspect goods
and obtain large discount from regular
Warrantee deeds at The As-
We thought we were too late
until we saw the advertisement of
Kendall's Spavin Cure.
Carl Adler is agent for the best
musical instruments on the coast.
His large stock is excelled by none,
and selling fast.
Carl Adler has an experienced
watchmaker, jeweler and engraver in
connection with his well known watch
and jewelry store. He will remain
permanently for the purpose of attend
ing to all kinds of work in his line.
All work warranted.
Hauchott fc Carter, proprietors of
the 12th St Livory, Chicago, III., in
a letter dated Dec oth 1870 speak
thus of Kendall's Spavin Cure: It is
several 'ears since wc bought the first
of you and He do not hesitate to say
it is the very best article for spavins,
ringbones, scratches, splints it a, that
we ever ued. We would not be with
out it in our large. livery for thousands
of dollars. We pronounce it one of
the greatest discoveries of the age. It
stands without a peer in horse lini
ments. See adv't.
Lawyers briefs printed -in fine
style, at The Astoriax office.
.vrho Study Lamp.
Htm. I. W. Case, of Astoria, in
placing the new Syphon stud- lamp
on theiuarke:, would call the atten
tiution of the trade to some oi its
merits. Its ithuniiiatim: qualities are
not equalled by any study lamp m use.
It gives a steady, brilliant light; is
free from unpleasant odor;doos not drip
either when burning or not burning:
easily' lighted and trimmed, and is
without exception, the moat conveni
ent lamp to till ever made. Directions
acconitatii:ig each lamp. Call upon
Mr. Case and buy one. He sells them
at remarkable low rates.
The Central hotel, near the steam
ship doek ia now oxm for the recep
tion ot guests, where the woli known
caterer, Mr. Anton Beloh will always
be found ready to watt on his patron.
He has had the alove named house
thoroughly refitted bv Messrs. Pike
and Stockton, our well known artists.
Call and see him. as he has the finest
brands of liquors ami cigars to be had
in the city.
Geo. Hill, proprietor ami manager,
I'red (.'ere, stage manager. A. 0-4nuider.
leader of orchestra, ueo. Lambert, leader
of brass balid. New firM. imrt with
MeKeison as tambo, stailey a bones
and Gere interloeiiter. Our new act
called the "Dumb Dancer' with the fol
Inwing east of characters: Mis-, Julia
Mortimer, the dumb dancer. Mis-, Lou
Zavistowsky ; M. De Moid morie nee, a
ballet teacher, Mr. Harry Stalev: I'eie.
a servant. C'has Niekersou : Old Morti
mer. Mx. Fred Gere. Other char?eer
by the coiiqwny. Miv, Morrison
in new bulaifs and Mr. Morice in
sailor vocal "ems. Mr. Hill invites criti
cism. Come and .-ee for yourself.
.ew urcuesimi selections ami new
music on the grand stand under
he leadership of Mr. Geonre Lambert
at ISX) i at. The entertainment will
begin at 7 TAJ p. m. Entrance on Jienton
street. Private lioxes on t'lfenatmis.
Kills Dandruff. Allays Irritation. and
I'milldtl-; lll. !l-il-tli iif til.. Miir
Gentlemen. For overt" 03 ear I have
suffered teirilily with rald"!ie.id" in its
w lonu. -v lew wivk aso 1 irieu a
Itfiiflli nf Viutr ( dih?fliu. llii fir-.? ...
plication gave me relief, ami now tlie
disease, is fflVetually ewivd. Yours re
s)HeifullY. X. ('. Stevens, Dejnitv Sheriff,
liiriH-u s r lowering hxtnK-!s are ier
A e.-Higli. -.'d-or sore threat should be
stopMsI. Neglect frequently reHl:. in
an ineiintlile lung dia-e or con.Mimp
ti'. I frown's Ifronehial trwhes do not
disorder the stomach like eoughsjru
and lfit!aius. hut act dirretl on tin 111
llami'd jwris. allaying irritation. ;ie
relief in asthma. hrouchitK e-mhs.
catarrh, and the throat troubles which
singers and public spe.ikers are sniffed
to. For thirty vear IJrown's bronchial
troches have Wen n-omuiended by
physicians, and alwas jive icrfect
snlWaciiou. Having l-een tested b
wide and constant u-i fi-r ncarlv an en
tire generation, they h.-.e attained v.ell
meriPil rank among the few staple
remedies of the age. Sold at 'Si cents a
box even where.
Have Wistar's balsRUi of wild cherry
always at-hand. It cures coughs, colds,
hrnqchitis, whooping cough, croup, in
iluenza, consumption, and all throat ami
luiig complaints. .'i0 cents andSl a bot
tle. 'Salmon bellies, at retail, at War
ren & Eaton V
Max. Wagner's Sau Francisco
National brewery beer can't be beat.
P. Wilhelm, Boss saloon, opposite
the Clarendon hotel, Portland, Oregon.
uan. auier is in receipt ot a
number of first-class bicycles. Also
bab3' carriages in great variety.
Mr. John Rogers, of the Central
Market, has made arrangements to
keep all the finest fresh fish, etc., in
A nice lot of eastern oysters at
Roscocs, arrived 3'ostord.iy by .steamer
Columbia. Call around. You will find
them first class.
Fresh vegetables, parsley, greens,
etc, for table use, fresh from the
gardens, can be had cheaply at Mrs.
Gallon's, Squcuioqhe street.
P. J. Goodman, on Chenamu
street, has just receiveu the latest and
most fashionable style of gents and
ladies boots, shoes, etc
If you want a good big oyster
stew in style, call around to Tom
Smiths, next door to P. H. Fox, Main
street Astoria, Oregon. Open at all
For a first-class oj'ster stew, fry,
pan-roast or fancy roast, go to Roacoe's
on Mam street, opposite N. Loeb'a.
Families supplied "by the hundred or
the sack, opened or in the shell.
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 leugth,
and full incisure.
For the Genuine J. II. Cutter
old Bourbon, and the best of wines,
liquors, and San Francisco beer call
at the Gem opposite the bell tower,
and ee Campbell.
Since the Chinese started to brew
"cheap San Francisco Wer" there is
little or 110 demand for that article
any more. Call for the Columbia.
brewery beer, if you want something
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 Frauk Fabros on the
roadway, and he will accommodate
you. Open at all hours.
Frank Faber has removed in
to Dr. Kinsey'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.
' IIL STORE ! !
NE "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.
I.alic.s anil misses Underwear, ilosicry. Dress Goods. Cassimercs
"Waterproofs, Flannels. Canton Flannels-. T.inen Damask,
lYanliiiis. Doylies, Crashes, Towels, Felt Skirts,
Trunks Valises. IVotions. and an
Elegant Stock of Zephyrs and Fancy Yarn,
In fact the largest ami best stock in town and at t lie-lowest prices.
J5FCbH oh we before purchasing If yon wih to save monev.
C. IT. COO PUB,
I X L Store, 2Uain Street, near Parker Hmtse. Astoria.
FUKNTITURE S BEDDESTGr
AND DEALER IN
Carpets, Oil Cloth, Wall Paper, Mirrors,
'Window Shades, Lace Curtains, Picture Frames and Mouldings,
WINDOW CORNICES AND CURTAIN POLES
Complete In every branch.
AVIN'G EVERY FACILITY FOK HE
tide. I am now prepared to farms toe
AT SO ClttTS PER GALLON
W JbOXaS5g A TiIES.,
JS-families and keepers of public bonsc promptly and regularly supplied.
M. MEYEK. Proprieto-
THE COLUMBIA BREWERY
fS SUI'EKIOi: TO MOST, AM) IS EXCELLED BY NONE ON THIS COAST
JOHN HAJULN, - - FI10FKIETOB,
CHENAMTJS STREET, - ASTORIA, OREGON.
tnrOnlors left at the UEIttlANIA BEER HALL will be pron.ptly attended to.-5
Leinenweber & Co.
TAfflEES AM CURRIERS,
.Manufacturers and Importers of
A LL KINDS OF
XjT1 A 0?S:E3E:L
Wholesale Dealers in
OIL AND TALLOW.
BOOTS and SHOES
nirlHgliest cash price paid for ides and
General assortment of table stock constant!)
011 Hand, such as
Canned Fruits and Jelly,
Bacon, Hams. Shoulders, Lard,
EfSC;S. BWTTI'R. ClIEESK.
Fresh Fruits and Vegetables,
FISn, POULTRY AXD GAtIE
In the season.
CIGARS ASO TOBACCO.
Bet of WETES AHfD LIQUORS.
AH cheap for CAHn. Goods sold on com
mLvslon. Opposite I. W. Case's store.
D. K. Waerrt. T. W. Eatoji
Astoria Market !
OriOSlTE OCCIDENT HOTEl ,
ASTORIA. - - OREGON.
WARBKX & KATOX, Proprietors
(SvcM9n iv Warren J: McGuire'
tVboIesale and Retail Dealers in
Fresh and Cured Meats
A full line of
FAMILY GROCERIES, FLOUR, FEED
HAY, CANNED FRUIT. VEGE
MJ- Better, Erss. Cheese, etc. constantly
oo" Ships supplied it the lowest rates.
Slaiv Street, - - Astoria Orerjon
BERGMAN a BERRY
RESPECTFULLY CALL THE ATTEN
tion of the public to the fact that the
above Market will always be supplied with a
FULL VARIETY BEST QUALITY
FRESH ANDCURED MEATS!
Which will be sold at lowest rates, wholesale
and retail. Special attention gives to supplj -nx
BILL HEAD PAPER.
F EVERY GRADE AND COLOR, PRIN-
OJ or plain, at lowsn rates, at
The Astorua offce
MANUFACTURE OF A FIKST CLASS AJU
public with tae finest quality . for casn,
AT 1 50 PER DOZEX.
i 'A Merciful Man is Merciful to fits Beast.
O.VLY .1 CENTS.
I650'000 L READYh S0LD ! !
A treatise on the
II O 1!
And las Diseases, by
B.J. KENDALL, M.D.
Full of Valuable and Practical In
formation, anil Containing an
IXUEX OF DISEASES.
Which gives the symptoms, cause and the
Best Treatment of each ; a table giving aU
the principal drugs ued for the Horse, with
the ordinary de. effects, and antidote when
a poison; a table with an engraving of the
Horse's teeth at different ages, with rules
for telling the aaeof the Horse; 03 engrav
ings showing the important points in the
structure of the horse, also illustrating posi
tions assumed by slrk hordes in different dis
eases. A valuable collection of receipts,
many o 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 hlguest terms, even stating that they
prefer it to books which cost So oO to $10 00.
Do not throw away your money In the pur
chase of costly books on the Horse, which
are so full of Latin phrases and technical
terms as to be unintelligible to the average
BUY KENDALL'S TREATISE,
A book of 100 pages, in paper covers, giving
you more practical information than Is con
tained in some large volumes at far higher
cost. Having examined this book thoroughly
we are satisfied no
Would hesitate a moment about investing 25
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 In
their business, provided at reasonable cost
Instead of being ooliged to iuy the enormous
profits demanded by the Publishers of most
Agricultural Rooks, we hae secured
Several Hundred Copies
Of this valuable little Treatise on the Horse,
single copies of which we shall be pleased to
mail to any reader of this paper, itostage pre
paid by us, on receipt of
Remittances may be made in currency, sil
ver or stamps. Seud all orders to
I. V. IKEIiAXD,
I. W. CASE,
IMPORTER AND WHOLESALE AND RE
TAIL DEALER IN
Corner Chenamus and Cass streets.
ASTORIA - - - OREGO
11HE UNDERSIGNED WILL RE PRE
. pared to furnish to order, in lots to suit,
and kept consfcuitly on hand, CEDAR
FLOATS, MAULS, HAXDLES, etc, for
Side at lowest price".
Address, or call upon
PETERSON & ANDERSON
12.4 Oak Point V T.