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Astoria, Oregon, Tuesday Morning, April 12, 1881.
GENERAL EASTERN NEWS.
r MAIL A1 TIXWJKAl'K.
Northern Pacific out of rucX.
Sr. Paul, April 9. Hie Xorlli
erji PaciGc Railroad company las
instituted a suit against lad com
missioner .Tames B. Power, chief
clerk Charles E. Kindrey, and
various members of their families
and alleged third parties to whom
they executed conveyances in trust
for themselves. The general na
ture of these transaction's is that
Power caused to be sold a large
number of tracts belonging to the
company to a large numlw of
persons ostensibly in bcliall ol tne
company for certain bums payable
in money; that after the money
had been paid or secured, that
Power then obtained preferred
stork of the company at a small
fraction of its par value, and turned
them into the company at their
nar value in payment for these
r . . piJ J nVnfn,ll
same tracts 01 ianu. mm i"..
the difference between what pur
chasers paid in money and what
fV,n rnfnrmd stock -cost him. The
complaint is very long and very
specific, and the case will involve
a large amount as the company
demand restoration of land and
fifty thousand dollars damages.
Able counsel have been engaged
and the case will be contested to
the last. Defendants are out of
town, but will doubtless hurry
home and answer the complaint.
Tlir Latest Hnnw Storm.
Des Moines, April 8. The
heaviest snow storm of the season
occurred during the last twenty
four hqurs. jThe. deposit has
rapidly evaporated or been trans
formed into slush. The storm
extended west as far as Kearne,
about 200 miles.
Orange, Va., April 0. Four
inches of snow fell in northern
Virginia last night, making the
third snowfall this month.
WASHINGTON CITY NEWS.
AYasuinoton, April 0. MiUtwic
and Alexander Stephens have fra
temied, and seem to agree en
tirely in anticipating something
like a political millenium, and be
lieving thev will bring it about.
Chandler's friends doubt his con
firmation. All the democrats and
Don Cameron intend to vote
against him. The republicans of
Alexandria and Fauquier counties
Virginia, held meetings' yesterday
and resolved not to follow Malioiic,
but maintain the" regular republi
can organization. So many sena
tors are pairing and leaving that
the chances arc that the senate will
be left without a quorum and
forced to adjourn before many
The Cincinnati Enquirerremarks
that the ashes of an ordinary sized
man, after cremation, weigh from
five to seven pounds. "It will be
seen, therefore, that there are no
scales delicate enough to deter
mine the weight of Mahone's
ashes.1' The republicans arc not
concerned about Mr. Mahone's
ashes, but arc mildly merry over
his vote. When the proper time
conies the democrats can take the
In consequence of the small num
ber of bids recoived for plowing, seed
ing and fencing the lands of the
Oregon Improvement companj', in the
Palouse country, Gon. Tannatt has
rejected all. But two of the bids
were in accordance with the terms 4of
GENERAL FOREIGN NEWS.
KY XA1L AXI TBMSOKArM.
I'rrHVinn Ponce Trrntj .
Panama, March 30. The latest
news from Lima, under date of
Marcli 16th, leads to hope that
peace and quiet have at last been
restored in Peru. The now Peru
vian president, I). Calderon, took
the oath of office at Magdelana, a
Tittle village two miles from Lima,
Note Paid After Forty-Five "2ears.
ltostm Journal. Marrh !'.
1 1 is not an every-dtj y occur
rence that we have to note, and it
is not without many precedents,
though the instance diffcrs'in some
respects from similar deeds which
are recorded to tlie honor of busi
ness men. In 1873 a firm failed
owing a note held by a New York
bank, which bore the indorsement
of a Boston firm, which also
stopped payment during the panic.
A few days since the bank in New
York was called upon by a repre
sentative of one of the indorsers,
with a statement of the transac
tion, which, upon referring to the
books of the bank, was found to
be correct. The gentleman, to
the astonishment of the officials,
stated that he was authorized by
the Boston gentleman to pay the
principal and interest, and there
upon handed a check for 12,300.
which was found to be correct.
The bank officers say that they
had no lejral claim to the amount,
that the bank had changed its
charter, and had itself experienced
financial difficulties, but the gentle-
I man assured him that his ot ders
ET.1TEEK JLUXU 2. 1S7&
BLOOD IS THE LIFE!
FirlhiNM?as4H'ot the ear with cliangeable
climates prevent all mhI of sickness use
Tin: rNivr.nsAi, celebkated
OREGON BLOOD PURIFIER.
Ti.i.- ii,.t-i.-it Kitunioiti sj-ii'iitificallv lire
iwred. is raiidly ;siininK in every city mi this
coast, ami the many astiHiKhins cures it has
effected nave now oisoh-hcu n mii- ---voiul
a doubt. Kcmember diseases of the
BLOOD OK LIVER AXD KIT)NEY,
A cood medicine is always necessary to effect
a cure. Try II ; it will help you. e
T.-- ruitlinr Itifnnnntinn :inil mrtlctllars
sec circular around each bottle. Sold hy
Price, ier bottle, SI 00 or $r. 00 for six bottles.
Directions in English. German. French and
BACKING AXD INSURANCE
Commercial Union Assurance Co.
Capital, - - 312.500..000
Fire and (Vlarine Insurance.
.I01IN ItAE HAMILTON, Manager.
2W Sansowe St., San Francisco.
ATTORNEY AT LAAV.
Chenamns Street. - ASTOKIA. QREGOH
fi W. FULTOX.
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
ASTORIA - - - OREGON
Office over Page & Allen's store, C street
BANKING AND INSURANCE.
ASTORIA, --- OREGON
FRO.il S O'CLOCK A. M. UNTIL 4
T IV. JtOUIS.
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
ASTORIA .-- - OREGON
Office over Warren & Eaton's Astoria Mar
ket, opposite the Occident Hotel.
AUCTIONEER, COMMISSION AND IN
A VAN DUSEN.
Clienamus Street, near Occident Hotel.
Agent "Wells, Fargo & Co.
Hoe Mntnal InsurancB Co,
Tp P. HICKS,
ASTORIA, - - - OREGON:
Rooms In Allen's building up stairs, come
oi uasa aim aeeiuuwiui: auceis.
J. F. FlOVGtnos.-
Ghas. R. Stouy.....
Gko. L. Stokv
-Agent for Oregon
Capital paid up in U. S. gold
coin . . .:....$ 300 000 W
I. IV. CASE, Agent,
Clienamus street, Astoria, Oregon.
TK. 31. 1. JEXXIXGS,
rilYSICIAN AND StUKO.
Graduate University of Virginia. H56S
Fhysician to Bay View hospital, Baltimore
Office In rage & Allen's building, up
JAY TIITTJLE, 31. .
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEONJ
i uffice uver uie vr nue uoiue oiure.
LIVERPOOL AND LONDON AND REsiDuscE-Xext door to Mrs. Munsoai
that tho Oregon RIway and Nariga- wcre peremptory and the money
The tobacco monopoly yields so
much revenue to the French gov
ernment that Bismarck proposes
to introduce the system into Ger
many. An exchange lays down, as a
result of iccent national experi
ence, $ doctrine that whatever
community has the largest stock
of gold, and at the same time a
permanently favorable balance of
trade, is in a condition of indepen
dence that cannot be assailed or
John 1. Davenport hs publish
ed the first volume of his work on
New York election fraud and their
prevention. It describes the early
frauds in that city, whereby, for
instance, the state was lost to
Henry Clay in 1S44; but is par
ticularly devoted to tlie frauds
committed from 1SG0 to 1S70. The
second volume will appear about
next January. It will treat mainly
of tlie measures adopted to pre
vent fraud from 1871 to 1881.
The work will be of much benefit.
Fraud at elections is the greatest
danger that our system has to face.
tion company contemplate the erection
of three bridjje3 across the Willamet
river in front of that city. Two for
the accommodation of their railroad
trains, and one will be a passenger
bridge. They are to construct six
large docks along the river, and many
other very important improvements
are in contemnlation. Thev have
made a large map of both cities, on
which are shown all lots and blocks in
cluding their own purchases. All the
river soundings are carefully noted on
the maj. The exact point of ontrance
of the railroad into East Portland has
not yot been determined, but before
the summer is past neoplc will begin
to understand that they arc to have a
ireut railroad entering Portland.
was accepted. The name of the
gentleman is not made public for
many reasons, but it is a deed
worthy of being recorded.
Have Wistar's balsam of wild cherry
always at hand. 1 1 cures coughs, colds,
bronchitis, whooping cough, croup, in
lluenza, consumption, ami all throat and
lung complaints. r0 cents and 1 a bot
Piano for Sale or Rent.
APPLY AT THE PAltKKIt HOUSE of
1KS. V. H. PAKKEIt,
Henry Ahren. Henry Tietjen. T.V.Borstel.
Henry Ahrens & Co., Proprietors,
1420 to 1434 Pine Street,
NORTH BRITISH AND MERCAN
TILE OP LONDON AND
OLD CONNECTICUT OF HART
COMMERCIAL OP CALIFORNIA
FIRE INSURANCE COMPANIES.
Heprcjentins a capital of SG7,000,0OO.
A. VAN DUSEX. Agent.
boarding house, Cheuamus street, Astort
HOTELS AND RESTAURANTS.
Chas. Stevens & Son-.
CITY BOOK STOKE.
THIS BKEWEKY IS THE MOST POPIJ
lar on the coast, ami have established a
branch in this city and Is under the manage
ment of J. STKAl'SS, who will be pleased to
fill any onier from a dozyft bottles up to a
thousand barrels. Tills beer needs no rec
ommendation, as thoe using It once will
never ue any other. Orders left at the Oc
cident Hotel or at fcaac Foster's will be
promptly attended to. All orders from a
distance will recche prompt attention.
Families supplied with lhL excellent quall-i.-..ri.ni.r
.1. STRAUSS. Aeent.
"."" . . , -." iT-Zi.",.J.J
watci siroeitiici uuut iu iNutimici --,
MEGLER & WRIGHT, Proprietors.
Asloria, Oregon. ,
THE ntOPRIETOKS AJIE HAPPY TO
announce that the above hotel has been
repainted and refurnished, adding greatly to
tbe comfort of its piests and is now the best
hotel north of San Francisco.
C. VT. KNOWLES. AL. ZIEBER.
PORTLAND, - - - - OREGON
ZIEBER & KN0WLES, Proprietors.
Free coach to and from the house.
es-TiiE J)aiia- Astouian is on file at the
Clarendon Hotel reading room.
T C. OKCIIAKD,
T A. aicIXTOSII.
Occident notel Building.
ASTORIA - - - OREGON",
Q H. BAIN & CO.,
Doore, lVIndowH, Blinds. Tra
aoniM, liumber. Etc.
All kinds of Oak Lumber, Glass, Boat Ma
terial, etc. . .
Steam ilill near Weston hotel. Cor. Gtr
evive and Astor streets.
Circmiif.tKiicc arc rapklty developing EtSX XOTATSSt
that go to show thiit th Oregon Rail- lM , 1teJy occHiMed by
wav wd iNHvigaiion ooinjmny are tk
ing a deep interest in the prosperity
of Oroii. It ifc true they have an
eye U tltetr n interests, but
tlteir Mtcjs nri hugely identhlod
with eveT othvr hticreei :n the state.
The boat stoves made by LL C.
Crosby, with fire-brick bottoms, are
superior to all others in this market.
Ico cream at lloscoes oyster and
refreshment saloon on Main street.
Since Pfunder has put his Blood
Purifier on the market, people have
Btoppcif lising all kinds of waterj'
"Sarsaparillas" and "Whiskey Bit
ters." It gets away with them all.
Miss Lizzie Horria has arrived
and is ready to receive a limited num
ber of xupils for tution cm the piano.
Call at the Occident for a few daj's or
on F. C. Norris, Astouian Office.
Fire-brick and fire-clay in lots to
Biiit at M. C. Crosby's.
Dr. Casper recommends Kendall's
Spavin Cure in the highest terms and
thousands of eminent physicians do
the same. See advertisement.
( mctuHii flobra.
Tlie Comit Ciwhoii was tlie hpaithJi
Viceroy in Peru in ltfi". The Counter,
his wife, was prostrated by an intermit
tent fever, from which she was freed by
the use oi the native remedy, the Peru
vian bark. or. as it wns called in thc
language of tlie country, Qiiiiicpiina."'
iirateiiu ior iter ntovciy on iter miun
to Euro.e in HEtt. he iiitrotlneed tiie
remedy in pain, wneie it was Known
tinder "variouh naniets until hiinti(us
called it Cinchona, in lienor of the lady
who had brought them that which was
more jireeioiib than the gold of tlielneas.
To this. da. after a lap-e of two hun
dred and fifty jears science has given
ns nothing to take its place. It effectu
ally cures a morbid apiK'tite for stimu
lants by restoring tlie natural tone of
the stomach. It attacks exceshc love
of liquor as it does a fever, and destroys
both alike. The powerful tonic irtue
of the Cinchona is preserved in the
Peruvian Ditters, which are as effective
against malarial feer to-day as the
were in me njs oi ioe oui ojaniu
Viceroys. We guarantee the ingredi
ents of these bitters to be absolutely
pure, and of the best known quality.
A trial will satisfy you that this is the
best bitter in the world. The proof of
the pudding is in the eating and we
willingly abide this test. For sale by
all druggists grocers and liquor dealers.
Larpt afii Best Assortment
Of lioreiilcr in the talimtary line usually
Sound Im a nrt-cb hcok store, oonsbt Ing of
KOOK.S. FINK sriATlONHP.Y.
COM) VKS OOODS. ALBUMS.
All of w hich will he soW at iirices whkh
P. S. Tlie latent Eastern and California
ncnodicals constantly on hand.
C1I AS. STKVEXS SON.
.t. a. jtnowx
ItStOV.V & SIrCAZIE,
STEVEDORES AND RIGGERS.
Astoria oaiee At K. CHolden's Aacth
store. Portland office--:M It street. 13-tl
WHIIT RMHIVS ntn-
stantly on hand.
; i'iiiininnf; ai rea
Oft)ce on Vt"e4-
Elghtl. Mni-1 near ). K. & X. Cos wliarf.
.IAS. WEIXTH, Agent.
Pioneer Restaurant Hotel.
MAIN STREET. - - - ASTOKIA
Mra. . X. Arrlsoni. .Proprietor
rBlHETItAVKUNtTpURLIC WILL FIND
j. tlie Pioneer nrst class m an rcspecis.anu
a share of their patronage is respectfully
irlUsm and Io.lBlnghy the clay or week.
The New York Oyster Saloon
Will serve to their eiutomers from this
ate an foilos :
TEA, COFFEE, CHOCOLATE.
Eastern Ojwtcrs Alwaj-.s on Hand.
And will be kept as a first cl Ojster-Sa-
own, in lira i. aim si j il.
t DANIEL CKANT. Manager.
J G. FAIKFOWL & SON,
STEVEDORES AND RIGGERS
Portland and Astoria, Oregon.
Refer by permission to Rogers.MoyoraACo.
Allen k. Lewis, Corbitt JcMaoleay,
Occident Hotel Hair Dressing Salooa
ASTORIA - OREGON.
Hot, Cold, Shower,
Steam and Sulphur 555
CSpccinl attention given to ladies' and
thildren's hair cutting.
Private Entrance for Ladies.
BOtlT Ain 8XJOK
ClIKXAXL'S bTKKKT. opposite AdlOIS BOOlt
tore, - Astokia, Okkgox.
ET" Perfect flts tuir.tntrecl. All work
warranted. (Jive me a trial. AH orders
Salmon bellies, at retail, at War
ren & Eaton's.
A cough, cold or sore throat should he
stopped. Neglect frequently results in
an incurable luig disease or consumi
tion. 13rovns Bronchial troches do not
disorder the stomach like cough syrups
onH lmlsnms. hut nrt dirnrllr on tliR in
flamed parts, allaying irritation, give
relief in asthma, bronchitis, couglis,
catarrn, ana me iiiroat irouuies w-iucn
singers and public speakers are subject
10. roruiinj years uruwus oroncuiai
troches have been recommended by
physicians, and always give perfect
saiisiaciiou. Jiium;; uei-n u-atcu oj
wide and constant use for nearly an en
tire generation, they have attained well
merited rank among the few staple
rpiripdips nf the aee. Sold at 2T cents a
1 box everywhere.
IRISH FLAX THREADS
Salmon 2Tet Twine.
Cotton Seine Twine,
Cork and Lead Lines,
Cotton Netting, al! sizes.
Seines ftlade to Order,
Flax and Cotton Twine,
Fishing Tackle, etc.
Gil JIarket Street. San FraneLsco
HENRY TJOYLE& Co.. Managers.
i i:ticli;s of ackeement made
3l. and cniert'd into this Al 1 day of AiwM,
tsSl. hy HiHl lK-tHrtn .1. P.. 04K.ni and .
II. AlwrvnmiWr. Hitiiceth :
Tne said iartk-t nlmve named lierehy
aeree to enter into eial irtiierslilp in the
. n .. .X.. ... .. fn.E' ...u...! ltlil
IHIMHC"' mi currjiiifi m iirai, iwiwm..
ciarand totmccn -tore in AMchmi, Oremt
until tin' lstilay.f October. Ifrl.each imrt
to fundth Uitrfng tlie eoiitininuice f !
Iiartnorshij an equal portion if the wmhk
neeesirv to c:irrv on the said imslms-s. mh
at the end of the term of the HirtHershi a
stock 011 hand and nil proMs deriveil fm
the business to he cciuaily divided belwe
theiKirtK's hereto, ami all liaWlltlcs oh a
count of said business to be ccpiallv shHie
bv the iartle. . . , . ,
Witness our IiamU this 4th day,of Air
1S31. J. It. OSP.OltN.
T. F. CULLEN and C E. BARNES'
TE,V( IIEILS OI
rN, PIANO, GUITAR, COR
NET A'ND BANJO,
like a few pupils on either of the
slit lessoas for five dollars,
left at Stevens & Sons hoolc
romntly attended to-
.MLY STKEES ASTORIA.
Manufacturer auir'acker oy
.hVIAR, SIQHtO SALMOIf.
rr.-mii jWd fof fresbr
obked S:dmon put
part of the world
:g.s) put up in cans
iv length of time.
KNOW ALL MEN BY THESE V
ents, that I, P. M. WHHamaon.
of V. II. AbcTcromblc, a minor, ur
ase of 21 years, hereby rive my w
my said son to transact buincis In
name aim on 110 unit acvuum
in any way liable to me for anv biB
may do in his name, 01 for anj of tn. ,w.
ceeds thereof, and I also release all iWJrsons
with wliom lie may do business frot aRy
liaullitv to me in auy manner wlHaever,
therefor or therein. J
Witness my hand and seal this UM day of
April. lfSl. .. ,, ,,, , , 1
" rap-ii.i 1'5L WILLIAMSON.
Witness : It. K. SfKDDKX.
-rmiNTED AND BOUND TO Ah oliitL
L and ruled to any ordor, at
The Astoeijuc oSca.
.i of this City
j furnish for them,
.id every style,
r'fc'EE. TEA, ETC.
.it's Oyster Saloon,
Please cive mc a ca!L
KOSCOE DIXON, Proprietor
Smoked Srurceon, and
up in tipto sTdp to an
Akofout bait (sahnoiu
autrSvarninted to keep
Depot at Kogera Ceuw
C:issand Cheuamus stR.M
To-JS'tght. . To-Night
AT MUSIC HALL,
1 xK"iv 1TTPP SIVTEKN FEHtt mT.
A Siimce lumber well seasoncifi. rarties I ..
apply to i4. JyiCIIOLS. "
1 ' ' AttheParikerHome.l5C-tf
For sale ex Warehouse at Astoria or Portland
BAliFOCK, GUTHRIE Co.
3E2. uSL. QTJX3ST3KT-
NAIIS, IfllU TEED AMD) HAY
Cash paid for country produce. SasaJi
profits on cash sales. Astoria, Oregon, cost
nerof Main and Squemocahe streets.
The undcrslpned Is prepared to furifek
a large number of Spiles and Spars at Ms
place on short notice, at reasonable rates.
Apply to c-G-CAPLESj.
v J Columbia CSIr