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SUNDAY ...... APKIL 10, 1BSJ
ISSUED EVERY MORNING.
D. C. Ireland. Kultor and Proprietor.
Adorian liuHdhtq, Cats Street.
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The XfceUly A-lormn.
Is n mammoth slieet, exactly double
the size of the Daily. It is jut the iw
ler for the fireside, containing in addi
tion to all the current news, cltolce mis
cellany, agricultural matter, market im
ports, etc It is l innisltcd to single sub
scribers at $2 00 per year in advance.
3TA limited ntmioer of small adver
tisements in.-erted at established rates.
Tint Daily astokia' rM )e taU tv
mail at7R cento a moHth.frccof portage. I.'ooa
ers toJto cmtemtlatcalK,Kcr,frm Hie ctiy can
haw Tim astokiax foltmo Ihrm. Daily
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enaayeti w of lei: ox uwirod. Ixinrc order it
the couHlinu room.
The summer resurts about Astoria
are busy preparing for an active
Several canneries will send out
boats to-morrow evening. A few go
out this evening.
The steam tng Tacoma, in this
port yesterday from Puget-sound, is a
very large, line vessel.
Pikes' restaurant building at Il
waco, just completed is twenty-two by
forty foot in size, two stories high.
One of our boys, Thos. H. Crang,
first oflicer of the Katata, piloted the
tug Tacoma into port yesterday from
Mr. and Mrs. F. 13. Elboison
arrived in the city last evening, and
are stopping at Judge Bowlby's, on
The water-works .it Ilwaco will be
complete on the first of May. The
pipes run 1750 feet from the fountain
head, and furnish a fall of fifty feet.
--Hanthorn & Co. are now ready
to begin the work of constructing net
racks to accommmodate twenty boats
at Ilwaco. Pishing will begin May
Mr. Charles Christie is now in
charge of the Pendleton Orcgonian.
His cotemporary of the Tribune gives
him a good send off. Charley is de
serving. Several of the Occidont Packing
company's boats will begin fishing to
night. Their .establishment is now in
running order and ready for the first
Messrs. Hansen Brothers 'are now
prepared for business at their new shop
on Cas street for boat building and
general work in the line of carpenter
ing. See advertisement.
Miss Lizzie Norrishas arrived
i and is ready to receive limited num
ber of pupils fortution on the piano.
Call at the OccidcnC for a few days or
on F. C. Norris, Astokiax Office.
llev. H. iIC Hmes, editor of the
Pacific Christian Advocate, will preach
and conduct the quarterly meeting
services f the M. E. church in the
Baptist church, to-day at 11 a. m. and
7:30 v. m. Love Feast at 10 o'clock.
The statement yesterday that of
ficer Joo Day got his man off the
steamer was a prevarication the man
got Day. In other words, when tho
officer undertook to find the prisoner,
he was compelled to indorse the writ
non est inventus. The fellow had
If Sam Gray did lose the tips of
three fingers from one of his hands, he
has n't lost his grip. Whenever you
want a saddle, or a harness, or a bug
gy cushion, remember that Sam has a
shop in Astoria, and that his tugs are
made as strong as the tugs of war al
luded to by Howe, Dryden, et a I.
The law compelling fishing boats
to carry lanterns is denounced in
energetic terms hy the fislrermen.
They claim that it is not at all bene
ficial and that many reasons exist -why
the lav,' should not be enforced. If
the parties interested will briefly state
their grievances wo will publish the
The Puget sound tug Tacoma,
came over to tow the sliipCanada to
New Tacoma, the home of her present
owners. The tug "stopped" onDes
demona sands to scrapo the barnacles
off her bottom. Puget sound is an
in'and sea, and barnacles cover the
bottom of vessels over there with as
much alacrity as the teredo bores down
tho wharves erected at those ports.
A Mother's Griet
Would tliat we could satisfactorily
answer the piercing words and pitiful
implore of the writer of the following
lettor; but alas, none can tell more of
the sorrowful story of the ill-fated
Lupata than has boon told. Thirteen
bodies were all that came ashore, so
far as any person can aay, and those
were in such condition as to be be
yond recognition. Perhaps some
readers of The Astokiax may be able
to contribute a word of comfort to that
poor mothers Iteart; if so, we shall be
glad to comniinicaie it to her:
Stockholm. March SUi. 11.
Sin: Excuse nt troubling yon. un
known as 1 am. with a private afikir,
but as I know no other to apply to
and it is of a very serious matter to
me, I feel quite sure that yon will
forgive my boldness, and favor ine
with what knowledge you have in the
matte". My stepson Carl Peterson
sailed on board the English ship Lu
pata, which was wrecked off Tillamook
rock 3d of January last. I heard of
the wreck lately aud wrte to the
secretary of Lloyd's for information
and he gave me what he knew, which,
however, was very scanty, and further
sent me a. letter from the managing
ownor of the ship. From this I learnt
the date of the wreck and that the
whole crow were lost together with
some other particulars,which, however,
appear to have been gathered rather
hastily. He told nie moreover that he
had part of this from your jmper. As
I, however, want to know more about
my ill-fated sons end, as 3011 easily
can imagine, and my poor wife, the
boys mother, still more wants it, I
have thought that yon perlmis would
be kind and gWe me the particulars
about this unhappy accident you can
not but possess. 1, therefore, beg that
you kindly would toll me all that you
know about the wreck, the situation of
the place and whether all the bodies
there were twenty-three on board
have been found. My stepson was
twenty-four j'ears old. with oval face,
large nose and of a goodly shape. For
my probably bad American and for
my importunity. 1 once more beg
3'our excuse. In hope an iwwr
from you, I sign with greatest resoccr,
3'onr most humble servant.
Cfeiefef Detciies Stoelketio. Sve4t-n.
How to Stop a Newspaper.
An eastern exchange says: You
have an undoubted right to p :.
newspaper when 3011 feel o uieposeu,
upon payment of all arrearages. Do
not hesitate to do so on account of
"tenderness of feeling' fur theoditor.
Don't you &nposc he would stop buy
ing sugar of you, or moat, clothing,
dr3' goods, etc., if ho thought he was
not getting his mono)' worth, and
why should you not exeicise the same
privilege with regard to him? And
when you discon tinue a paper, do so
manfully. Don't be so spiteful as to
throw it back to the post-master with
a contemptuous "1 don't waut it any
longer!" and have "refused" written
on the margin, and have the paper
returned. No gentleman ever stopped
it in that way, no mattor if his head
was covered with gray hairs that should
bo honorable, if 3011 do not wish to
longer receive a newspaper, write a
note to the editor like a man, saying
so and be sure that the arrearages
are paid. That is the way to stop a
The barkentine North Bend will
come down to load at Knappton to
morrow for San Francisco.
The Scottish Fairy cleared for
Liverpool yesterday carrying 12,253
baiTels of flonr, and GOO cases of sal
mon, valued at $53,135.
The shipments of flour in the
cargo of the Scottish Fairy are divided
up between four mills. Junction,
Turner's, Portland and Salem. The
salmon is shipped by Hapgood and
Rev. H. K. Hines, editor of the
Pacific Christian Advocate, paid us a
pleasant call yesterday. He will offi
ciate to day at the Methodist church
services, and returns to Portland to
morrow. Our thanks are tendered to Hon.
Levi P. Morton, member of congress
from New York; Hon. L. F. Grover,
Hon. Jas. H. Slater, senators from
Oregon, Hon. John Whiteaker, late
member from Oregon, and to the live
delegate from Washington territory,
Hon. T. H. Brents, for congressional
favors duly received, and truly appre
ciated. The Itocklaud, Maine, Opinion,
of tho 25th tilt., contains a lenthy
notice of the death of Mr. Wui. G.
Hawes, father of our fellow townsman
Mr. E. P. Hawes. He was in his
seventieth- year at the time oi his
death. He was universally respected,
and having filled many places of pub
lic trust was a representative man in
his community for many years.
Since Pfunder has put his Blood
Purifier on the market, people have
stopped using all kinds of watery
"Sarsaparillas" and ''Whiskey Bit
ters." It gets away with them all.
Miss Nora Wilson has returned
from Portland and is ready to begin
giving music lessons.
The Shanghai Mercury of the
3d ult. hits Geo. F. Seward a back-1
handed lick in the face. Review-in
the blunders in his book, it says:.
"The greatest blunder of all was j
his return to Chinu. He should!
have resigned. TIip fact that the !
secretary of the treasury has re
fused to pay his salary whilo
absent from his post attempting to
defend himsplf, allowing pay only
for the two months necessary for
him to reach Washington, is indic
ative of the feeling against him 5
not only in that department but
throughout the whole country.
Ye regret that Mr. Seward should
have written a book, so manifestly
intended as a slap at Secretary
Evarts and his superior, and we
repeat that we are disappointed.
Instead of a fair and impartial
handling of tlie subject, and a true
statement of facts and figures, it is
the labored brief of a paid attor
ney, the carping effusion of an
Lewiston is to have an oil fac
tory. Mr. James Lovett, sent to
gain information respecting the
works, was denied admittance to
the factory in Salem. It appears
to us that the Salem manager did
not act wisely iu this respect. Mr.
Lovett ascertained the capacity
profits, etc., of the Salem factory,
from reliable sources. Consider
ing the vast slope of country
which Lewiston would supply,
embracing the territories of Wash
ington, Idaho, Montana and Utah,
we cannot see how the proposed
factory can possibly interfere with
the business of the only one now
established in the whole Pacific
Northwest. Mr. O. F. Dennis,
founder, and for some years super
intendent, of the oil mill at Salem,
will proceed to Lewiston as soon
as the building is erected. lie is
an experienced :md energetic man,
and with his name eonnectcd with
the enterprise, success will In;
Amnion's Coush Svrup never fails
to cure if used in time and according to
Fire-brick and fire-clay in lots to
sua at M. C. Crosby's.
Salmon bellies, at retail, at War
ren & Eaton's.
Go to M. C. Crosby's and get
your lunch buckets, water kegs, bail
ers' buoys and boat stoves.
A nice lot of eastern oysters at
Ttoscocs, arrived yesterday by steamer
Columbia. Call around. You will find
them first class.
The loat stoves made by M. C.
Crosby, with fire-brick bottoms, are
superior to all others in this market.
-Lawyers briefs printed in fine
style, at The Astokiax office.
P. Wilhelm, Boss saloon, opposite
the Clarendon hotel, Portland, Oregon.
P. J. Goodman, on Chcuamus
street, has just receivea the latest aud
most fashionable style of gents and
ladies boots, shoe., etc.
From numerous cases of dyspepsia
and constipation, cured by the use of
Fellnw'H Syrup of Hypophosphites,
after evisry other known remedy has
been used iu vain, its efficacy in re
storing functions of digestiju and
cvacii'iMon is manifest.
Ewrliody that has tried Am men's
Cough Sjrup, continues itsue: besides
they tell their neighbors of it. We were
in a drug store the other day and a cus
tomer asked for a bottle of Ammen's
Cough tvmp, saying ! do not know
anything about it myself, but my neigh
bor advised me to buy it for mv cold,
and tells me that the use of three bottles
has entirely cured his cough of two
years standing, in fact he says 4lt is the
best medicine in the world for coughs,
colds and lung complaints,' and that a
one-dollar bottle did him more good
than all the prescriptions he had from
For the best Beer in Astoria,
call for the Columbia Hrevxry liter,
acknowledged to be superior to all
Max. Wagner's San Francisco
National brewery beor can't be beat.
Mr. John Rogers, of the Central
Market, has made arrangements to
keopail the finest fresh fish, etc., in
Impure blood is hvn b' skin dis
orders, pimples, swellings ulcers, etc.,
also by liver ami kidney complaint, con
stipation, piles. iiHlii;e-tioTi.!)il!iousnes.
dcjjondeney, latitude, general weak
ness, aud many other symptoms. Purify
with King of the Blood. .See advertise
ment. For the Genuine J. II. Cutter
old Bourbon, and the beat of wines,
liquors, and San Francisco beer call
at the Gem opposite the hell tower,
and see Campbell.
For a first-class oystor stew, fry,
pan-roast or fancy roast, go to Roscoe's
on Mam street, opposite N. Loeb's.
Families supplied by the hundred or
the sack, opened or in the shell.
Buy The Weekly Astokiax in
post-paid wrapper -for ten cents, and
send it to some friend in the east. It
is better than a letter.
To Our City Patrons.
On and after Tuesda3 the 12th
inst., Mr. L. E. Selig will have full
control of the city delivery in Astoria
and upper Astoria of The Daily As
tokiax'. Subscriptions must be paid
to him. Any neglect on the part of
his carriers, if reported to Mr. Selig
or tho office of Tm: Astokiax, will lie
promptly attended to. Mr. Selig will
also act as local reporter for the paper,
aud airy favors extended to him will
be-duly appreciated and recipncated.
I). 0. IitKi.Axn, Publisher.
Astoria. April 7. 1SS1.
.Several furnished or mi furnished
rooms at Mrs. Munson's lodging
house. Also, a few persons can have
board if required, either Indies or
Tlu t'tate, lMsTlu, Kte.
Geo. W. II nine kevps constantly on
hand, ami to arrive a full line of iish
eriuons aiid cannery supplies, at prices
which defy couHLitioii. Parties wisli
hg groceries aud those intending to
run mess houses should inapect goods
and obtain large discount from regular
The Central hotel, near the steam
ship dock is now open, for the recep
tion of tmesis, where the well known
caterer, Mr. Anton Beloh will always
be found ready to wait on his patrons.
He has had the above named house
thoroughly refitted by Messrs. Pike
aud Stockton, our well known artists.
Call and see him, as he has the finest
brands of Iiquor3 and cigars to lie had
in the oit3
The Count Cinehon was the bpauish
Viceroy in Peru in IKK). The Conntos.
his wife, was prostrated bj- an intermit
tent fever, from which she was freed by
theiiM'of tlH! native rcmetlj'. the Peru
vian linrk. or. as it was called in the
language of the country, "Quinquina.'
Grateful for Ikt recovery, on her return
to EuroH in "lEc, she introduced the
remedv in Spain, where it was known
under various names, until Linmeus
called it (. inehona. iu In r.or of tiit Jatly
who hid brought them that v.hi-h ujls
more jireekms than the xold of the I ocas.
To this day. after a lapse- of two hun
dred and nfty 3 ears, science has j-Jven
us nothing to lake its place. It rffeetu
aliy cures s morbid appetite for sliinu-lant-'.
by iilorinu the natural tone of
the stomach. It attacks excessive love
of liquor as it !ois a fever, and de-troys
lwlli:ilH:e. The powerful tonic virtue
of She ".:w-"o;t;i is preserved iu the
Peruvian Hitters, which are as effective
against malarial fever to-lny as thev
were in the days of the old Swinish
Vieero- We guarantee the ingredi
ents of these, bitters to be. absolutely
pure, and of the bet known quality.
A trial will satisfy yon that this is the
lKst bitter in the. world. -The proof of
the. pudding is in the eating.7 and we
willing abide this test. For sale by
all dnifigists. grocers and liquor dealer";.
Geo. Hill, proprietor and manager,
Fred Gere, stage manager, A. Ostrander,
leader of orchestra, Geo. Lambert, leader
of brass band. "New first part with
Nickerson is tambo, Stailej' as bones,
and Gere iutcrlocntcr. Our new act,
arranged and composed by Mr. Sta!ej
called "Musical Pastimes,' by Stalc3 and
Gere. First appearance 01 Mr. John
Cook, the celebrated clog, jig. song and
dance artist; engagement of Miss Lou
Cook, female song and dance artist and
jig dancer. Miss ilattlc Morrison in
selected songs. Nickerson will make
vou Iatiuh with hi.s fnnnv fun. Staltv
In his socialities and Gere in Dutch
isms. Mr. Hill is making active pre
parations lor more amusements with
which to plutse those of the public who
are fond of popular amusements. New
orchestral selections by our efficient
orchestra, and new music by our excel
lent brass nana on the granu stand at
precisely 7 r. si. Curtain rises at ex
actli 8 p.m. Entrance on Benton street;
entrance to private boxes, on Chenamus
I'reruatarc Ij&hh of Hair
Nowadays maybe entirely prevented
bj" the use of Bumclts Cocoaine. It
has been nsctl in thousands of cases
where the hair was coining out in haud-
fuls, aud has never failed to arrest its
decay: it promotes a bealtlryand vigor
ous growth, and it is at the same time
unrivalled as a soft aud glossy dressing
for the hair.
Burnett's .flavoring extracts arc the
best, strougest aud most healthful. Sold
The Peruvian S3rup lias cured thou-
sanas wno were simenng irom uyspep
sia. debility, liver complaint, boils, hu
mors, female complaints, etc Pamph
lets tree to any address, betn w.r owie
& Sons, Boston.
Dr. John Welch, dentist, will be
at the Occident hotel in this city
about the 20th insL, and remain a
short time for the practice of his pro
fession. Gray's wood yard is now fitted up
on the wharf foot of Benton street,
and prepared to deliver wod to any"
part of the city sawed to any length,
and full measure
John Rogers 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 of groceries, liq
uors, tolxiceo, cigars, fruits and vege
tables of best quality, which he offers
a small profit for cash.
Frank Faber has removed in
to Dr. Ivinscy'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.
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
When yon 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 Fabre3 on the
roadway, and he will accommodate
you. Open at all hours.
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
TLOWEST BED ROCK PEICES.'Cr
HAVING ENLARGED MY STORE TO NEARLY TWICE ITS FORMER
SIZE, AND HAVING THE CLOTHING DEPARTMENT SEPAR
ATED FROM THE DRY GOODS. 1 AM IJETTER PRE
PARED THAN EVER TO MEET THE RE
QU1REMEMTS OF TRADE.
AMONG OTHER THINGS I "WOULD CALL ESPECIAL ATTENTION
TO TTIE FINE STOCK AND GREAT BARGAINS IN
DRESS GOODS, FANCY GOODS,
AND HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS.
3In all t'enartmcuts 1 have the latest novelties. Hive me a sill.-ti
a H. COOPER,
IXL Store, corner Main anil Coucoiuly Streets, Astoria, Oregon
FURNITURE 55 BEDDING
AND DEALER IN
Carpets, Oil Cloth, Wall Paper, Mirrors,
Window Shades, Lace Curtains, Picture F ramas and Mouldings,
WINDOW CORNICES AND CURTAIN POLES
Complete In every branch.
AVUiG EVERY FACILITY FOK HE
ticle, 1 am nor prepared to turms the
AT : CKXTS VtZlX. (;a1.3.S J AT J? I 01 I'KSC IM3C:kr
rSr amilies awl keeper? of public boac? promptly and rejcnlitrly sui 1 lied
M. .MKYEit. i'roprielu ASTQ1UA. OUE;
THE COLUMBIA BREWERY
IS SUPERIOR TO MOST, AND IS EXCELLED PA NONE ON THIS COAST
JOHN HAHN, - - PROPRIETOR,
CHENAlffUS STREET, - ASTORIA, OREGON.
ffB-Onlere left at the GER3IAXIA BEER HALL will be promptly attended to.-sw
General assortment of table stock comrtantly
on Hand, such as
Canned Prnits and Jelly,
Bacon, Hams, Shoulders, Lard,
EGGS. BUTTER. CITEESK,
Fresh Fruits and Vegetables,
FISn. POULTRY AND GAJXE
In the season.
CIGARS AND TOBACCO.
Best of TTHTES AND UQUOBS.
All cheap fer CASH. Goods sold on com
mission. Opposite I. W. Case's store.
D. K. Warbes.
Astoria Market 1
OPPOSITE OCCIDENT HOTES ,
ASTORIA. - - - - OREGON.
WARREX & BATON. Proprietor.
(Sueeetion to irarren fc McGxtirtl
Whole3alo and Retail Dealers in
Fresh and Cured Meats
A fall line of
FAMILY GROCERIES, FLOUR, FEED
HAY. CANNED FRUIT, VEGE
fioButtor, Eggs. Cheese, etc. constantly
on hand, .,
e tf Ships supplied at tho lowest rates.
PLAIN AND ORNAMENTAL
Orders left at the Occident Hotel, or at my
Warehouse, foot of Benton Street, promptly
T.IME, SAND, BRICK, PLASTER, LATH,
"- Cement, and aU materials In my line,
furnished to order.
erSpeclal attention paid to Furnace work
and Ranges. Ctstem work warranted good
or no pay.
aAi;ent San Juan aad New Tacoma Dae.
JTANTJFACTUKE OF A FlitSI CLASS AB-
public witn tho ltncst quality, for casli-
FINE BOAT. SUITABLE FOR FISH
ins. Apply at the ofllce of
A-tl ASTORIA PACKING CO.
THE SLOOP "GRACE HUME." Inquire
of A.M. Johnson. Astoria Sail l.olt, or
of T. .1. Dillon on board scow Industry.
milK SCOW "HATTIW WILL BE SOLD
JL on rc:isonabf terms. For particulars
apply to JAMES BELL.
W-lm Upper Astoria.
Notice of Administratrix Ap
pointment NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT the
undersigned has been duly appointed
administratrix of the estate of Lyman P.
Hall, deceased, bv the Hon. County-court of
the State ot Oregon, for the county of Clat
sop. All persons having claims against said
estate are required to present the same to
me duly verified within six montlis from this
date. MA n Y ANN HALL.
Administratrix of the estate of Lyman P.
Hall, deceased. GG-d5w
ARNDT & FERCHEN,
ASTORIA. - OREGON.
The Only Machine Shop
l And the best
All kinds of "'.&
Promptly attended to.
A specialty made of repairing
MACHINE SHOP, NEAR KINNEY'S AS
j Washington llarket, -
Malr Street, - - Astoria Oregon
BEttGMAX i0 JiERRY
EESPECTFULLY CALL THE ATTEN
tion of tho public to the fact that the
above Market will always bo snppliod with a
FULL VARIETY BEST QUALITY
FRESH ANDCURED MEATS! -
Which will be sold at lowest rates, wholesale
ud retail. Special attention given to suppb