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SUNDAY AP1UL 1t. 1881
ISSUED EVSP.Y MORNING.
I. C. Ireland, Editor aml.I'ruiniclnr.
AMortait BnUdhu, Cos Street.
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Tranwont advertissHR, by tho day or week,
fifty conts per square for oaek insertion.
TIic V'ceM3' .ltorian.
Is a lnamuiotlt sheet, exactly double
the size of the Daily. It is just the pa
per for the fireside, containing in addi
tion to all tin? ninwit news, clMMru mW
cellanv, agricultural matter, market re
ports, etc. It is tarnished to .single sttl
bcribers at S2 00 ier year in advance.
253TA limitetl iiumiier of miihI! adver
tisements inserted at established rate.
The Daily astokiax o 'c ak. i
mailatloccnl amonth.frccof jioHaac. Ilea
ers who contcmitatcatmccfroin the clt can
iiqVC TilK ASTOKTAN fotUfVT IkCTfi. DAILY
or Wkkkly iMlitinm to amntl-opice with
out additional erjycwe. Addroc man lc
cnanged a often ax aoxired. Lcarc oniern at
the cuunltnv ronm.
Capt. A. M. Simpson is in the
Mr. J. J. Kilty, the well known
policeman, is now on the day force.
Steamer da' to-dny. Columbia
to arrive; Oregon to sail.
The schooner Trustee from tins
port, arrived at San Francisco on Fri
day. The Espinosa' concert company
leave for Sun Francisco by steamship
Judge Davidson is putting up a
new store building at Finn town, near
Regular meeting of the Astoria
Chamber of Commerce, to-norrnv,
Monday evening, at half past seven.
Sorvice of the Methodist Episco
pal chinch in the Baptist church
to-day at II o'clock a. m. and 7:30
The stcanior Calfornia was adver
tised to sail north from this port yes
terday, but she has not yet arrived
James Gamble, esq., general
superintendent of the Western Union
Telegraph company, is a passenger by
The United States light-house
tender Shubrick arrived down the
river yesterday. She will sail for cape
Blanco this morning.
Among the passengers to arrive
to-day we notice the names of G. "W .
Munie, D. C. Ireland, Miss May
Derby and M. D. Kant.
Presbyterian church services Sun
day 11 a. m. and 7:30 r. M. Sacra
ment of the Lord's Supper in connec
tion with morning service.
Increase of business at Van
Dusen & Co.'s upper town store has
demanded a new addition to their
present store building.
Messrs. Timmons & Co. are plac
ing the machinery in their new can
nery at upper Astoria and expect to
be in readiness for the salmon run in a
Gen. 0. G. Sawtelle, recently ap
pointed chief quartermaster of the
department of the south, will prob
ably depart for his new station abut
TheBritishWks Thurland Castle
and Emily Chaplin are in port, in
ballast. The former comes from
Shanghai and the latter from G uayinas.
They will probably proceed up river
Uev. A. L. Lindsley, D. D., pastor
of the first Presbyterian church of
Portland, and Mrs. Lindsley, are in
the city and will remain a few days to
enjoy the sea air and. bracing climate
Regular religious services at the
Young Mens Christian association
room this afternoon at a quarter to
three. Song service from Moody and
Sankey's Gospel lrynis. Everybody
A reporter of The Astokiax was
present yesterday when William
Orders, proprietor of the Astoria
water works, tried one of the fire
plugs at O'Brien's hotel, and demon
strated to the citizens present that he
has made a success of bringing water
from Coclcscombs hilJ. Mr. Orders is
entitled to credit tor his energy and
perseverance in accomplishing this,
as the city of Astoria has lonjj been
in need of plenty of good fresh water.
The concert at Lilierty hall last
e vetting by the EipiiwsK company was
well attended and well roeeivud by the
large and ajjHeeiative xttdiettoe. in
terrupted only by enthusiastic ap
plause. 1. Eapiinw. by the way he
manipulates a piano, stum's tkut he is
a maater hand; and we d'rttbt if he has
a .pervr h the const; while the
playing f Mr. Awfctwt V.vck in of al.
itiot equal excellence. The tinging
of Mia JMti- Landstttanit gives evi
dence f true ojKjraiic tramms;. Mfes
Syhia (ierrisli ha a spiettdtd voice,
and her whole aiqwaranee cm iHu stagu
is Mich at to itKwre sttecis6 lx?fre any
audieno'. The vwionoett tMu ly Mr.
Schmidt besfteaks hun a Hiustctntt.
Mr. Kiiiroft is well known ; er the
state and need no coutMtMtda&m.
School District Officers.
Following a list of the iHcenc.rt
the different kc1hmI districts 4 CIxoji
county, according to Ute returns re
ceived by the oounty ftehooi sttperiu
tumlont. Tlie first and second n&inos
are directors holding over; the third
is the director elected for thrue years:
District No. 1. W. V. Parker, J.
W. Gearharr, L. IlnrtKig, directors.
J. G. HustJer, clerk.
District No. 2. E. A. TayJor, John
Ellis, C. A. McGuire, directors. Silas
15. Smith, clerk.
District No. :"J. D. F. Sfanoid,
Josinh West, Frank Hyrd, Urecrs.
Philip Coudit, clerk.
District No. 4. J. W. Crow, D. G.
Rors, C. W. Latighery. directors. A.
Knapp, Jr.. clerk.
District No. 5. J 1), Heck-trd, J.
B. Stevenson, II. Gray, director-!. J.
F. Barrows, clerk.
District Ny. 0. 15. 0. Kindred, 11.
Brandon, Jas. Williams, director.
A. G. Allen. cl.-:k.
District No. 7. Wm. Adam?. .Jolni
Canaris, D. West, director. I. K.
D.htrict No. S.-J. W. V.V.kor,
David Johnson, .J. W. !mi:;tiivr.
directors. I. N. Foster, ulwtk.
District No. I). .1. tj. IJan:horu,
Giik. Holmes, Ben Young.- dircr-rs.
W. B. Atlwr, clerk.
District No. 10. N. A. Eoeruiau,
John Thouiac, Wm. LMmis, dii"etH.
S. K. Stan.ey, clerk.
District No. 11. Chas. Hanita-,
John Wanista S. U. !i.-arl, direc
tors. A.B. McMillan, cktrk.
District No. 12. T. Ghri,'i3.i. K.
Barbddes, E. li. Misfit. ilireefrs.
J. G. Nnrubiirg, elirk.
District 2?n. i:j. D. J. Iga!i. A.
Andersn, J. Gibwtit, diruetors. A.
E. Turiay, clerk.
District No. i-I. II. G. G::zy, Jas.
F. Kiinleriin. R. S. Jtii, irv:.rs.
W. A. Wherry, Hrlc.
District No. lw. 0. V. Yo :'.
John Turper, J. C Adams, d.ruc
trs. R. Tttus, clerk.
District No. 10. J. F. Bender, E.
C. Crow, directors. J. J. O-.ven,
District No. 17. F. E. Allen, S.
Church, Geo. Sales, directors. A. B.
District No. IS. D. K. Warren, J.
Q. A. Bowlby, F. J. Taylor, directors.
C. W. Shivery, clerk.
It is now stated that fort Stevens
will not be abandoned until early in
July, company H, 21st infantry to
remain there until that time.
The Church Messenger (North
C.nolina) states that the "Rev. J. C
Atkinson, lale of England, and quite
recently admitted to the priesthood
by Bishop Lyman, lias gone to Ore
gon." Mr. Atkinson is looked for on
the next steamer. Where he will tike
up his abode is not definitely settled.
A San Francisco dispatch, dated
31it ult., states that the United States
steamer Wachusetts sails on that even
ing in search of the .stcaiur Ciiy of
New York, overdue at that pirt. A
report was in circulation yesterday
that the steamer had arrived at San
Francisco, but we could not obtain
any reliable clue to the report. The
City of New York has on board a large
quantity of tin, mostly for this river.
Iu another-column to-da' wiil be
found a word from a cow in regard to
the ordinance recently passed by the
common council. The intelligence of
this cow is certainly remarkable, and
her card deserves the space it occupies.
We are not advised whether this cow
is a gentleman or not. However, we
say bully .for a cow. We hope her
wants will be attended to by our city
fathers beef-ore long, and for informa
tion we might refer her to the auditor
and clerk or city attorney.
We learn on good authority, says
the Oregon City Enterprise, that it is
the intention to abandon the salmon
hatching business un the Clackamas.
If this is done it is much to be re
gretted, and we believe that the can
nerymen on the Columbia river will
not have to wait long ere they will see
their error. The most of the. expendi
ture necessary has already been made.
The buildings are in splendid condi
tion and so are all the appliances, the
dam is intact and the fish rack is only
a little expense et ery season.
It is a fact that Kendall's Spavin
Cure is all it is advertised to be. See
A Wosd Prom a Covr.
Aroici a. April 2, lfl.
Kirrot astokiax :
Ih to-day' Actokiax, I am told, it
said 'all cows nt complying with
the requirements of this ordinance
wil lie taken in charge by the cow
officer and if not redeemed, after due
notice, will be soW." Mr. Editor, I
aut an unfortunate cow and I cannot
read, and only that I am fortunate iu
having a matcr who takes the As
tokiax and can read, I should never
lutre known the danger I am in. And
w- -please -pardon my ignorance
will yt kiudry inform me what are
the requirements wjth which I must
cnaply, or run the ,iisk of being ar
reted by the oow-catcherf Anything
1 can do I sat perfectly willing to do,
but ousht not your wise councilors to
Hblteh in Twk Astorian a copy f
the said ordinance so that intelligent
and law-abiding cows may have a
chance to wMMjJy with its require
ments? And I would suggest, alio, it
would only lc right and proper for
thorn to cauee ;uide and finger posts
to be erected defining the city limits
t which tite ordinance applies. 1 am
sure you will use your influence to
secure us these favors, and forgive my
boldness in addressing you, when you
remember I am only A. Cow.
P. S. Please state if the gentlemen
cows are included in aid ordinance.
Attention Xo. t
evening, April 4th, alJW?U A
50 . .y
1,. K. Mil
Several furnidted or unfurnished
rooms at Mrs. Munsou's lodging
honsu. Also, a few persons can have
board if required, tiither ladies or
Is the word till M . D. Kant returns
with his new sjatitg and smAnier stock
ot clotmii" ami eiih. I?em-vour
purdta.M and fu-oiuvthinc ye'.
Tin X'tarc. t'ijr Tin. file.
Geo. W. HnuK: knt-jH constantly on
ha:nl, .tint r.i arrive a full tine of fiah
ertn.H ami cannery supplies, at trices
v.iuch h-:"y ohujh-ihhm. Parties wish
ni4 i:"-rii and th-jj iniciidiug t
rnu mejK houses should ins;act i.v
and obtain larxe discount from r.-cnlstr
Aji.iiy at this
Not the least iituxirtant fuattire
in Fellows' Compound Syrup of Hy
pophosphites, is the comfort, buoy
ancy, and vigor which is inspired by
its use, as the patient recovers from
sickness. No other preparation known
contains the same potent and direct
effect on the nervous S3'stem.
Coloma, Mich.," Nov. 4, 1880.
Dr. B. J. Kendall & Co., Gents: Ac
cept thanks for circulars which helps
us considerable. We are selling a
large amount of your Kendall's Spavin
Cure which givos great satisfaction.
We are authorized to say for Mr. A.
H. Sutton, a farmer near here: 'I
have used six bottles of Kendall's
Spavin Cure and cured as many
spavins (well marked) on different
horses. 1 constdur it a remedy never
jualed for spavins or ringbones."
Yours truly, Rvxo & Gn.so.v.
:!...' in.. i ,.i- fiim'iiy .-1 i-.
- a j"r advertising is .. -v.
i- ;.'' bv ?ai-iin-- iiiimi hhving fit ill in
! .ikii .iis a- the mo-t 'vITi-elive
. -i 'Ut M-varin for their wares a wido
-v-.i!i:.iiHi o! thfir merit.
"" sAm advertisement, said one of
:!: i-nrs. urn's, "has an effect like that of
tMAiiii lnre. to the water you mav do
vj. but yo-.i irninot make them drink."
Sa; hut you certainly cannot do so if
vm: do not take them to water. It is
doing som-thiiig to do UiaL
Sr-We are always ready to publish
death notices, if the friends of the de
ceased will send in the particulars, such
as name dale of death, age, etc. This
is, we think, as little as they can do. and
as much as can be exiected of us. Long
obituary notices must be paid for.
j2rLook at it as you will, advertis
ing carries with It a certain moral in
fluence. Most people cannot resist tho
impression that a man who advertises a
large stock of fresh goods, Is more likely
to have them than one who does not do
so. Advertising has at least one good
chance in its favor.
9Why are advertisers able to sell
at the lowest prices? Is It not because
they obtain the largest custom, by the
most reasonable expend iture, aim are
really able to buy lower than their neigh
bors. Many people imagine that the ef
fect of advertising is onlv to enable a
merchant to selL The re-active effect
on iis power to buy well Is often lost
jSsTWhat nleasure it i- to iay ones
debts! Iu thefilM plan'.;; rem'tvoihut
unen.tinos whieb a person feels from
dependence and obligation. It .itFords
pleasure to the creditor, and it:':'for.
gratifies our soeial in"vtio:i. It pro
mote's that future eoiindewe uliirb io
interesting to an liom-t uiiml. It open-
a prospect of being rwlil Mippiied
with what you want on fut:!ieiva.o!i.
It leaves a consciousness of oar virtue;
and it is a measure we know to la risht.
both in point of justice and mnd econ
omy, r inally. it is the main -iiprt of
siiiriph reputation. Pay us. that we may
Never go shopping without con
suiting the advertising columns of Tiik
Astokiax. They will tell j-ou where
the lest bargains are tn be had, and just
what merchants are alive and doing
The Central hotel, near the 'steam
ship u.xk is now ojen for the recep
tion of guests, where the well known
caterer, Mr. Anton Beloh will always
be found ready to watt on his patrons.
He has had the above named house
ihoonighly refitted I13- Messrs. Pike
and Stockton, our well known artist.
Call ami see him. as he has the finest
brands of liquors and cigars to be had
in the nty.
(Jeo. Hill, proprietor and manager.
Fred Gere, stage manager. A. 0tramler,
lader of orchestra. Jeo. Jambert. leader
of brass band. New first )wrt with
Nickersim is tamlm. siailey a bone,
and Gen interleutcr. Oiir new act
ealleil thv "Dumb Dancer" with tlie fol
lowing -ast of eharaeters: Miss Julia
.Mortimer, the dumb dancer. .Miss Lou
Zavibtow-k : M. De Moutnarrienee. a
ballet teacher. Mr. Harry Maley: Pete,
a servant. Clias Nicker-ini: Old jlorti
mer. Mr. Fred (Jert. Oilier characters
by tin coitqwiiy. Mis.-, Morrison
iu new baiads ami Mr. Moriee in
sailor vil gems. Mr. Hill invites criti
cism. Come ami see for yourself.
New orchestral selections sim! nev
music on the grand -i&nt under
he leadership of Mr. George Lambert
at tiSJO i. m. The entertainment will
begin at 7'i i m. Entrance on Benton
street. Private boxes on Clieuaiuus.
lothets ?Xotherr ! I Mother : ! !
Are you disturbed at night and broken
of your rest by a sick child suffering
and crying with fhe excruciating jhiiii
of cutting teeth 'J if so. go at once and
get a bottle of Mrs. Wiuslow's Njotlnng
Syrap. it will relieve the Kxtr !i;tl suf
ferer immetliately tlejH'iid ujm it:
there is no mistake alwut it. There is
not a mother on earth who has ever
used it. who will not t"ll vou at once
that it will regulate the bowels, and
give rest to the mother, and relief and
health to the child. ocnitiug like magic.
It is perfectly -afe to use in all cases,
and pleasant to the taste, ami is the pre
scrlirtton of one of the oldest and best
female jmysicians and nurses in the
Fnitcd States. .Sold everywhere. 3.1
cents a Jxrttlc. "
ITIi" l'.niv-iii svruii tin, .ur.l ll.nii-
sauds who weresutrermg from dvsnep
miu debility. liver eompixiut. boils, hu
mors, icinxie eompiaiiiLs. en, ratupu
lets free to any address. Sth W. Fowle
ic Son. Hosui.
rimpii-s and other skin disorders
quickly yield to that thorough blood
punncr aiMt tome. King of the lilded:
Sahn iihus. at rutail. at War
reit 'c Eit-rtiV.
Max. U'ihiimj-'s S: Kranutaci
Nnti'Hod r'vry "Mn- can't In- l-at.
r P. WjlhJm. BKi snlM.:i, h.-itt.-thCUrv:x!--H
!nt-,-l, P.r:Ls:td. Oregon.
For :!hf tt fioer i:t Ar.--,a,
caJJ fsir th Cvinmlriu tireKrr-j 'Un
ackaweiled m lw s:tpri'ir il
-Mr. Jht Jt:.-rs, .! the Cntrai
iiarke:. Uks :h.Mu ;rra:tgesiiet:vs to
k"epaU :ht-nius' ftosh tl:, etc.. in
A nice lot of eastern oysters at
Roscoes, arrived yesterday by steamer
Columbia. Call around. You will find
them first clas?.
Fresh vegetables, parsley, greens,
etc., for table n3e, fresh from the
garden?, can be had cheaply at Mrs.
Galltm's, Squumoqhe btreet.
--P. J. Goodman, on Chenamu
street, has jnst receiveu the latest and
most fashionable style of gents and
ladiea boot., shoes, etc.
For a first-class oyster stew, fry,
pan-roast or fjincy roast, go to Rvscoe's
on Mam street, opposite N. Loeb's.
Families snpplied Iry the hundred or
the sack, opened or in the shell.
Graj''s vrvn'l yard is now tit ted up
on the wharf foot of Benton street,
and prepared to deliver wood to any
part of tint city sawed to any length,
and full measure.
-For the Genuine J. H. Cutter
old Bourbon, and the bust of wines,
liquors, and San Francisco beer call
at the Gem opposite the bell tower,
and see Campbell.
Since the Chinese started to nrew
'cheap San Frauchcn beer" there is
little or no demand for that article
any more. Call for the Columbia
brewery beer, if you want something
When von want a dish of nice
Eastern Outers done up a la mode, or
a good steak, or a tragrant cup of
coffee, call at Frank Fabres on the
roadway, and he will accommodate
you. Open at all honrs.
Frank Fab.iT has removed in
to Dr. Kiusey s bnilding 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.
John R.gers has just received at
the Central market a large invoice of
coal oil, assorteds brand, and for sale
at reduced rates. He also keeps a
general assortment ot groceries, liq
uors, tobacco, cigars, fruits and vege
tables of best finality, which he offers
at small profit fur cash.
Bv a recent nostal decision men
can actually make money by gutting
their bills and statements of accounts
printed. Statements of accounts and
bills of sale when made out on paper
having pr: tiled Inauliugs, cm be sent
bv mail for one cent, if the envelooe
is left unsealed; whereas, if it is made
out on imprinted paier, it will cost
three cents. Thta by patronizing The
Astokiax two cents can be saved on
every bill or statement that is sent out
through the luaiL
Lawyers briefs printed in fine
style, at The A.stokiax office.
Get yonr legal blanks at The
Astokiax office. A full line or over
two hundred styles-
1 A L
I HAVE JUST RECEIVED, AND HAVE READY FOR INSPECTION
THE FINEST SELECTION
THE LARGEST STOCK
EVER BROUGHT TO THIS MARKET, ALL OF WHICH WILL BE
SOLD AT THE
LOWEST BED ROOK PRICES."3Cr
HAVING ENLARGED MY STORE TO NEARLY TWICE ITS FORMER
SIZE, AND HAVING THE CLOTIUXG DEPARTMENT SEPAR
ATED FROM THE DRY GOODS. I AM BETTER PRE
PARED THAN EVER TO MEET THE RE
QUIREMEMTS OF TRADE.
AMONG OTHER THINGS I "WOULD CALL ESPECIAL ATTENTION
TO THE FINE STOCK AND GREAT BARGAINS IN
DRESS GOODS, FANCY GOODS,
AND HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS-
e"Ik all ileparinienN I have the latest noveltiej. C!Ive me a cnll.'Wti
a IT. COOPER,
IXL Store, cunicr Main and Concomly Streets, Astoria, Oregon
AND DEALER IN
Carpets, Oil Cloth, Wall Paper, Mirrors,
Window Shades, Lace Curtains, Picture Frames and Mouldings,
WINDOW CORNICES AND CURTAIN FoLES
Complete 5u every branch.
AVIXU EVERY yCILlTV ?vl. JIB
ticle, I am now prorareu to fura: the
AT 30 CENTS IEU GALLUX
rT"r Binilie arit keeper? ofi-iblic honc oromiIy anil re;utarly su(.!ictl.
M. MEYPK. l'roprieto ASTORIA. OltEUON.
THE COLUMBIA BREWERY
IS SUPERIOK TO .M0S1. AND l
tarOnlers left :it tlie UER3IAX1A MEEK
General assortment of table stock constant!
ou naml, .such as
Canned Fruits and Jelly
Bacon, Hams. Shoulders, Lard,
EGGS. BL'TTEK. GJ1KKSE.
Fresh Fruits and Vegetables,
FISH. PO 171. TRY AXI ttXXK
In tlie reason.
CIGA1SS 1XI TOBACCO.
Best oCXVlXES A3iD r.IQL'OHS.
All cheap for CASH. Goods sold on com
mission. Opposite I. W. Case's .store.
D. K. U'AHRCt.
T. W. Eato.i
Astoria Market !
OPPOSITE OCCIDENT IIOTE: ,
ASTORIA. --- - OREGON.
1VAKKEX & KATOX, ProprletorH.
( Succenurs to Warren J: McGuire'
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
Fresh and Cured Meats
A full line of
I'AMILY GROCERIES. FLOUR. FEED
MAY. CANNED FRUIT. VEGE
nT Butter, Ekes. Cheese, etc. cunetantly
tftr Ships supplied at tholowcitrates.
Main Street, - - Astoria 'Ot-eguv
BERGMAN f: BEKltY
RESl'ilCTFUJXY CALL THE ATTEN.
tion of the public to the fact that the
hove -Market will always bo supplied tritb a
FULL VARIETY BEST QUALITY
FRESH ANeTcURED MEATS 1
Which will be fold at lowest rates, wholesale
and retail. Special attention given to suppt)
mHE UNDERSIGNED WILL BE PRE.
JL pared to fumkh to order, in lots to suit,
and kept constantly on hand, CEDAH
FLOATS, 3IAiriS, JIAXDLES. etc. foi
sale at lowest priees.
Address, or call upon
PETERSON & AXDEftgny,
12.4 Oak Foint.iv
MANUFACTll.r A PluclvLA Vh-
iiubhctvith tba finct iii-ilitj". "- cnsiij
AT J?T 50 PICK DOZKftV
EXCELLED Y NONE ON THIS COAST
- ASTORIA, OREGON.
HALL will be promptly attended to.-sa
A Merciful Man U Merciful to Ins Beast.
O.VIiY 2.1 CEXT.
650,000 ALREADY SOLD ! !
A treatise on the
And his Diseases, by
B.J. KENDALL, M.D.
Full of Valuable and Practical In
formation, and Containing an
I2V"IEX OF JISFLASES.
Which yives the syniptom.s, cause and the
Best Treatment of each ; a table giving all
the principal drugs used for the Horse, with
the ordinary doe, elTeets, and antidote when
a poison ; a table with an engravin; of the
Horse's teeth at different ages, with rules
for telling the :u;e of the Horse : Co engrav
ings showing the important points iu the
structure of tlie hore. also illustrating posi
tions assumed by sick I10n.es 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 ha e seen it commend it
and many good horsemen have extolled it in
the higiu-M terms, even stating that they
nrefer it to books which cot ." 00 to S10 CO.
Do not throw away your money in the pur
chase of costly I)ooks ou the Horse, which
are so 11:11 01 uuni pnnises ami lecnuicai
tenn as to be uiiinteflit'ible to the average
. reader but,
I BUY KENDALL'S TREATISE,
I A book of loo pages, 111 paper corers. giving
I you more practical information than is con-
I tained in some large volumes at far higher
' cost. Having examined this book thoroughly
I we are satislied no
I Would hesitate a moment about investing 25
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