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About The Daily Astorian. (Astoria, Or.) 1876-1883 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 9, 1881)
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FRIDAY. DEC. l. 1551
ISSUED BVERT 'MORNING.
J. F. HALLORAN & COMPANY.
I'tntLIMIKKS AKI l'llontlETOES.
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3cc by mail, cao year. .......... ............ 9 00
Froo of Postace to babsenberf.
e Advertisements inserted by tbo year at
:ho rate of SI oJ per square per month.
Transient advertising, by the day or wook,
ifty cents per square for each insortion.
Tub Daily astouias." iriW ic cnt by
mail at"5 cent a month, free of postage, ltcaa
emvho contemplate alienee from the city can
have The astoriax follow them. Daily
or Weekly edition to atvj v-tmn'e with-
out additional crpentc. Adanxrc may be
enangedasoftcna ti&rfrcL Leave order at
the counting room.
Another wedding to:nicht.
Small pox is extinct in New Ta
coma. What's become of that Shakc
The jinglo of aiolgh bells is heard
on Dayton's streeta.
Frank Fabrc lias oysters in every
style. Stew and pan roasts a specialty
Portland small pox patients are
Fresh lard, of their own manufac
ture, at Warren & Eaton's.
Call in at Demerit's drug store
and sign that petition.
Max. WaguerS San Francisco Na
tional brewery beer can't lie beat.
The city treasurer gives notice m
reference to the pa3ment of certain
Another of those fine A. D. Chase
organs at the City Book Store.
The spot where the editor of the
Polaris was born is described in Har
Hot cold, and stfower Baths at the
Occident hair dressing saloon, twenty
Let's see parricide, matricido,
suicide, regicide, fratricide; what's
the namo for one who kills a sister.
J. W. Conn has removed to the old
stand of Warren and Eaton, opposite
The Rev. Talmage, of Brooklyn,
is authority for the startling statement
that hell is strewn with tobacco leaves.
Whips, curry-combs, brushes; new
stock ; first class goods, cheap for cash
"Heaven from all creatures hides
the book of Fate," but wo have among
us one who claims to be able to read
Mr. John Rogers of the Central Mar
ket, has made arrangements to keep all
the finest fresh fish, etc., in their season
Capt. Nickels, of the tug Ta-
eoma, is at the Occident. He has
not yet decided as to bringing over
The City Book Store has on exhibi
tion one of the finest selection of holiday
goods ever opened. Call and examine
The Jtoutenbeck will not come to
the Columbia this season, she having
been charted to load wheat in San
Warren & Eaton have moved to the
corner of Hamilton and Chenamus
streets, in the building formerly occu
pied by Trenchard & Upshur.
The recent enactment of the Ter
ritorial legislature will doubtless lead
to an increaso in the number of drug
stores throughout tho Territory.
Cbas. Stevens and Son have a stock
of mouldings and moulders tools which
can bo bought cheap for cash to close
out that branch of the business.
The historic building acrosB tho
street from our office is tilted up, and
the domestic establishment of Wing
Gee is seriously affected thereby. The
building commenced to give way early
yesterday morning and about seven
yesterday afternoon fell with n. loud
P. J. Goodman, on Chenamus street.
has just received the latest and most
fashionable stylo of gents anrt ladies
noois, snoes, etc.
S. J. Tilden converses in whis
pers to economize his strength, but
now and then he stentoriously an
nounces that his left lung is all right.
Scotch butter, Russian apricot and
lots more of those celebrated candies
and sweet meats just received at Adler's,
fresh from the factory.
C. A. Wheeler will organise a
counsel of the order of Chosen
Friends at Workmen's hall, in this
city, on Saturday evening at eight
The New Testament authorized
edition revised, for twenty-five cents at
Charles Stevens and sons City ijook
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The legal voters of the second ward
in the city of Astoria, are hereby ro
questod to meet at the Delmonico
Restaurant building iu said ward, at 7
o'clock Friday evening, December P.
1831, for tho purpose of nominating a
candidate for councilman to be voted
for at the coming municipal election,
and also io seloct delegates to confer
with liko delegates from the first ward
in solecting a candidato for mayor.
Tho lecture delivered by C. A.
Wheeler nt Liberty hall on Wednes
day evening on tho above subject was
well attended. The speaker explained
to some length the objects and pur
poses of the "Order of Chosen
Friends, an organization, which al
though less than tlireo years old, has
become quite popular.
Steamer day, State up, Oregon
328 arrests in Portland during
The Portland city assessment
will aggregate 11,000,000.
Ensilage has been pronounced a
failuro in California.
Tho Kirkwood cleared at Port
land last Wcdnesda' with 23,744 cen
The N. P. Pv. R. Co. is selling
large blocks of land to intending En
The Santon cleared for Queens
town 3'esterday with 1G.G21 centals of
wheat aboard, worth $27,425.
If three feet multiplied by three
feet equal nine square feet; will three
men multiplied by three mon equal
nine square men?
Judson Kilpatrick, famous from
his cavalry command in Sherman's
"Marching through Georgia," and af
terwards U. S. Minister t Chili, died
The price oi subscription to The
Weekly Astokiax has been reduced
to .?2 per annum when paid in advance.
If not paid in advance the old price of
SJJ v HI be charged.
During the recent prevalence of
small pox with which Da3'ton was
afflicted, business houses opened at 8
a. x. and closed at 4 r. M. Me i pa
trolled the town hourly, and a Sun
day quiet existed.
For the genuine J. II. Cutter old
Bourbon, anrt the best of wines, liquors
and San Franfisco beer, call at the Gem,
opposite the bell tower, and see Camp
bell. A Portland paper is now publish
ing a story entitled "Sugar-coated
Sam; or tho Black gowns of Grim
Gulch." It will probably be followed
by "The poisoned gum-drops; or, tho
Mrs. Twilight and Mrs. Illslcy have
taken charge of the Pioneer Restaurant,
which has been thoroughly renovated
and refitted. Mrs. Illsley has charge of
the cuisine. Good coffee a specialty.
Some time ago a party of Mon
terey fishermen organized a whale
catching association, and the result
for the month of November was a div
idend of 200 to each member of the
The bark Glimpse was lostThurs
daj', October 20th, about 240 miles
from the Australian coast. All on
board were saved except the Captain's
son, second mate and cook. The
Glimpse was laden with 300,000 feet
of lumber and 8,000 pickets from Pn
get Sound for Melbourne.
Julius Halbsguth, music teacher for
piano, organ or voice culture. Cleaning
organs will be properly attended to by
lf-iving orders at AdlcrV book and
At the annual meeting of stock
holders of the Pythian Land and
Building Association of Astoria, the
following were elected Directors for
the year commencing on the 1st of
January, 1882: E. A. Noyesr G. G.
Smith, W. Douglas, Jay Tuttlo, and
F. C. Young.
Fred. C. Hyde, late with Joe C.
Charters, has associated himself with
L. Older at the Parker House baths and
barbershop, where they will be plcasod
to serve their friends.
Mr. Fellows, agent for Bell &
Fellows' washing powders, calls atten
tion to the superior quality of his
goods for rendering washing easy; he
has left samples of his goods at the
stores of several of oub leading grocers,
and those who have had trouble in
getting out their washing would do
well to get at least a sample package.
J, C. Trullinger has commenced
building a box factory, COxlOQjfcct
alongside his saw mill, and by New
Years will be ready to turn out boxes".
He has purchased sufficient tools and
machinery to insure the making of
first-class work, and thinkB that he
ought to be able to make his share of
the five hundred thousand boxes to be
made here in Astoria for the next sea
L.E. beiig b hereby authorized to col-1
jsar ,,,II, rta, casijs:BiuSsiuniti Treaau?- Dcpint
.AMOUii. L'UCo, IC-M.
znz XIout, rnrt-
Now house and first claes in its a
pointments. Third street, m K
.Thompson's block, opposite Capt. Ams
ir1 ti T?ritru Ikt flirt fi wl? i
montii. " Mi:. E. Ai:i:t(.fVNi.
Any one desirous of procurinc a suit
for the Masquerade Ball on the 2Cth
ins-t, can be supplied bv leaving their
order at Mrs. is. T. McKean's. "All or
der should la in by the 21st inst.
The undersigned v. islirb to announce
to his patrons and many friends that he
has secured the services of a barber,
who will be here on tho next steamer:
one of the best on the coast, and far .su
perior to the one he had last, particularly
in hair-cutting and dyeing.
Yours respectfully, Jok (J. Ciiaktks
Proprietor of the Orient Bathing Rooms,
the finest in the eity, oppobito Holden's
auction store. Astoria, Or.
The Marion county Anti-Monopoly
League issues an address dealing with
figures and alleged facts, and claiming
that there is corrupt means being used
to secure tho election of officers who
favor monopolies and who may bo un
duly influenced by the peculiar privi
leges that monopolies are charged with
conferring. It claims that three years
ago there existed on the Columbia and
Willamette nvcr3 a liue of transporta
tion, with facilities sufficient to do the
business of these routes. This prop
erty was highly estimated at a value
of 2,000,000, but was sold to the O.
II. & N. Co. for $5,000,000. In addi
tion to this purchase from tho 0. S.
N. Co., by tho O. R. & N. Co., of the
Columbia and Willamette routes, for
which was paid $5,000,000, there was
purchased b' the 0. R. & N. Co. the
property of the Oregon . Steamship
company, for which was paid 4,G77,
000, less $199,000 paid for real estate.
This property consisted of the steam
ships Columbia, Oregon, Elder and
City of Chester, and the wharf and
dock at Portland, altogether worth
not to exceed $1,500,000, and for
which was paid $4,478,000. The pur
chase was made by a party who was
manager of the company that sold and
also of the one that purchased. This
fact accounts for the amount paid be
ing about three times the real value
of the property. The amount of these
purchases mado by the O. It. & N.
Co. aggregated $9,747,000. while the
true value thereof would not exceed
$3,099,000. The. writers of the ad
dress are of tho opinion that the peo
ple should pass a law compelling each
railroad company to furnish a detailed
statement, under oath, of the actual
coat of its works; and that its stock
issue shall be cenSned to the amount
so reported, on which stockholders
shall be entitled to a dividend not to
exceed ten per cent per annum mak
ing a forfeiture of franchise the penalty
for violation of such law.
Wc regret to hear of the serious
illness of Mrs. Wm. H. Gray, of Olney.
Capt. J. H. Gray and wife go up tliis
By a resolution of the Portland
city council, the school superintend
ent and principals have been appointed
special policemen. This is playing it
pretty fine on tho buys.
At the Election of Asror Lodge
No. 0, K. of P., held Doc 7th, 1881,
the following officers were elected:
N. Jones, C. C; J. E. Thomas, V. C;
F. C. Young, P.; J. O Bozorth, K. of
P. and C; A. T. Brakke, M. of F.; I.
Bergman, M. of E.
A large canning establishment is
about to bo started in Sacramento by
J. H. Carroll of that place, and Hick
mott and Ashbray, of San Francisco.
Fruit canning will be its principal in
dustry, but salmon and other articles
suitable to be canned will also be util
ized. Prominent residents of Sacra
mento have subscribed 40,000 to
wards a second establishment of the
kind in that citv.
Davidson, photographer, Portland,
has retained all the negatives which
were taken at his branch gallery while
in Astoria, and can furnish duplicat'S
of the same on short notice. Also his
viim'c nf Actnria. Ilwnnn. Fnrt Canhv.
Cape Hancock, and Young's River Falls
can be ordered direct from him or Carl
Adler, at S5 per dozen.
T B Wetherbco City; O B Wirt
Clatsop; W O Young John D.iys; O
M Harvey Cathlamet; Thus Kirk
patrick, A B Gamette, Mrs Long and
ch Portland; Mrs Capt Shaw and ch
Fort Stevens; C WDougherty Knappa;
C Dav, G Good, E Ackerman, J Li
tau, J P Ward, J G Chapman Port
land; J W Grow, C Thomson Knappa.
H L Colvin Knappa; Capt Rogers
Santon; N Douglas John Days R; J
W Haskins Knappa; S J Gorgan, S
Miller wf & 5 chn Portland; T Smith,
F Allan, J Williams, F Wetherbee,
A M Twombly city; J Davis, J Mc
A circular lias been issued by the
jut, iuui . mc u&uiiiUg vi luuica iu I
passenger steamers on the face of the
certificates of insDoction, adaresfi to i
Supervising and local Inspector? of j
Steam Vessels, which roads ihiMiThe I
term "inland," when used in cortifi-
j040 iuhpection of pissengur ste.un- j
era. as descriptive of the waters upon j
which such steamers may bo navigat
ed, is indefinite and vague. Inspect
ors aro instructed that, in addition to
naming thermites upon which htoam
era aro rospectivoty employed if run
ning upon regular routes they will,
in future, interline upon all certifi
cates of inspection of p.tssenger steam
ers, issued by them, the legal designa
tion of tho waters upon hich such
vessels may be uavig.ited, as ocean,
lake, bay, sound (Sections 4,488, 4,-
489, 11. S.), or river, (Section 4,481,
R. S.), as the case may be: and in
every instance they will requiro the
equipments provided by tho sections
of law quoted above, and the rules
and regulations of the Board of In
spectors, according to tho character
of the waters in which tho' vessel may
be om ployed.
II iT lu liniict t'tml nf niitilitj in
the largest boxes for .sue at J. H. D.
On after this date an additional 10
cents per cord will be charged on all
orders for s.iwed wood not accompanied
bv the cash, at Gravs wood yard. Julv
1st, 1881. "
Sherman Uros. ExpvCKH
Will receive orders at the store of 1.
W. Case for upper Astoria or any other
part of the city. Leave your orders on
the slate and "they will be promptly at
Great bargains are. now offered in the
city of Williamsport for any persons
wishing to locate from one lot to five
acres. It is well adapted for gardens,
dairy ranches or pleasant hemes: well
elevated, situated one mile south of
Astoria on Youngs bay. with a good
graded road to the place. For further
information call at my residence near
the cemetery. Jon.v Williamson.
Buy the Weekly.
Tin: Wekkly Astoihax for this
week is full of just such information
and news of the country as your friends
in the cast want to see. It has very
few advertisements, and Is chock to the
muzzle of information that no family
can successfully squeeze, along without.
'Two dollars will buy the whole wad for
a year, SI 50 for six months.nr ten cents
Unlike all Other Hair DrcM'tins'.
Is the best for promoting the growth of
and beautifying the hair, and rendering
it dark and glossy. The Cocoainc holds,
in a liquid form, a larce proportion of
deodorized cocoanut oil, prepared ex
pressly for this purpose, o other com
pound possesses the peculiar properties
which o exactly suit the various condi
tions of the human hair.
The superiority of Bui:xktts Fi.av
orixg Extracts consists in their per
fect purity and great strength.
THE STATC. COUNTY, AND STATE
School Tax s for Hie year last, are now
due aud can be paid at iu olnceat the Court
House. A. M. TWOMl'.LY,
d&w t r Sheriff and Tax Collector.
Masonic Land and Building Asso
XTOTICI-: IS HEREBY GIYEX THAT the
J-i :inmml meethiK of tho stockholders of
the Masonic Land an I Huildlutr Association
of Astoria, will lie held at the olilccof George
Fl.ivel. in Astoria on Wednesday, the 21st of
December. 1SS1. nt 2 o'clock 1. M . for the
purpose of electing a hoard of director for
the ensuing year, (consisilng of seven mem
bers) and for the transaction of such other
uusmps as may con.e iiciorc the tneeuni;.
By order of I
the Board of Directors.
S.T. McICliAN, Sec
XTOT1CE lb HEREBY GIVEN THAT A
x mectli u of stockholder of the Scandi
navian Packing Co. will be held on Tui'sdav.
Dec. ISth.at a A. M., at the olllce or said
company, fr the purpose of electing a Board
of Directors foi the ensuing year, and the
transaction of such other business as uiav
come before the meeting.
IIv nrrtpr ni !lir Irpii(nl
H I'LATH. Secretary.
ippcr Astoria, rvov. ,isi. uia
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT AN
annual meetiiu of the itockholders of
the Fishenucns Packing Company will be
held at their olllce in Upper Astoria, on the
2yth day of December, ini, at 9 o'clock A. m.
for the purpo.se of electing a Board of Direc
tors for the ensuing year, and such other
business as mav come heforc the meeting.
Bv order of the Prcshlont.
d-td BKXJ. YOUNG, See.
Notice of Copartnership.
WE. THE UNDERSIGNED. HEREBY
irive notice that wv have furnied a co
partnership under the llrm name of lAiinen-
weber&Cohn.totnmsactthe bie-iuessol tan-!
nmg, in .Woria, regon
A. A. COHN.
Astoria, Oregon. Dec. o, lfiSl. d-:a).l
BUITISU SIIir-MEKWAMGEE FKAM
GEE." Capt Ridwell. from I lvenool.
Neither the Captain nor the undersigned
consignees of ilic above essclwill be rcs
pinruule for any debts that may be contract
ed by the crew.
KODGERS. MEYER & Co.
ONE TEAMSTER FOR LOGGING camp:
one hook tender: one sklddcr; one
swamper, and one barker.
Apply to J. F. WARREN,
d-tf Knappa, Oregon
A PERSON TO MANAGE A SALMON
Cannery In Urit sh Columbia. ervlcea
required at once. Application to b? made
by let er, inclosing references and terms.
Addresd: TURNER BEETON & Co.,
jiasxus (j. orosby.
D 4trt Jn
rTARHWARl? Iflfltf S1OTT.
l iiu, inuil, UJ.UUU,
iron Pipe and Fittings,
Pliita anfl Steam
Goods and Tools,
SHEET LEAD STRIP LEAD,
SHEET IRON TIN AND COPPER.
Cannery anfl Fishermeiis SnppliEs
Stoves, Tin Ware and House
JOBBING IN SHEET IRON, TIN, COP
PER, PLUMBING and STEAM FITTING
Done with neatness and dispatch,
JTono but first class workmen employed.
A large assortment of
B. B. FRANKLIN,
Corner Cass and Squemoqhe street1?,
ASTORIA. - - - OREGON
Free to Everybody!
A Beautiful Book for the Asking
Bvapplvlng personally at the nearest ofllcc
of THE SINGER MANUFACTURING C..
(or by postal card if at a distance), aud adult
person ill be presented with a beautifully
ilhmtrated copy of a New Book entitled
Slorj of the SewiDs Machine.
Containing a handsome and costly steel en
graving iroutispiecc ; aiso.ssnnciy engravu
wood cuts, and hound In an elaborate blue
aud gold lithographed cover. No charge
whatever Is made tor this handsome book,
which can be obtained only by application
at the branch and subordinate offices of The
Singer Manufacturing Co.
The Singer Manufacturing Co.
Principal Office, St Union Square,
F R A U
Fishermen you are Belnjr
Disreputable parties are offering and selling
A cheap, trash imitation of our
Finlayson, Bousfield & Co's
When you buy see that the names of
FI.MjAYSO.V, IlOUSFIELD &. Co..
John Stone. Scotland.
Or J. It. Ii KESOX S. Co.,
Are on each package.
NEVILLE & CO., Agents.
CHINCH0NA RUBRA, AND CALIFORNIA
OF THE AGE.
Booour local columns lor particulars, and
The largest stock' of goods ever brought
to Astoria is now exhibited at
Dry Goods 1 Clothing House
Fresh arrivals by every Steamer, conse
quently I get the
Latest Eastern Novelties.
STRICTLY ONE PRICE
ALWAYS THE LOWEST.
EDo not fail to get my prices and
examine goods before purchasing!
C. JET. COOPER,
IXL Store, near Parker House, Astoria.
The Boss Coffee and Tea Pot
? Tg W A
TW nOOKS EAST OF OCCIDENT.
FURNITURE S BEDDING
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.
THE COLUMBIA BREWERY
13 SUrEKIOR TO MOS1, AND IS
iftrOrders leit at the GERMANIA BEER
REDUCTION OF HOLESALE PRICES.
$7 50 VER BAKKEL OF 30 GALLONS.
LARGE ORDERS IN LIKE PROPORTION.
Less Quantities, SO Cents per Gallon
Bottled Beer, - - - S I SO per Dozen
iMTSpect.tf attentiou paid to orders from Public Houses and Families."
Main Street, - - Astoria Oreyou
BERG 31 Ay lO DERBY
RESPECTFULLY CALL THE ATTE
tton of tho public to the fact that the
above Market will always be supplied with a
FULL VARIETY BEST QUALITY
FRESH AND CURED MEATS!
Which will ba sold at lowest rates, wholesale
and retaiL Special attention given to auppb
MAY BE ILVD OF
HOLE AGENT. '
Aho, Agent for the celebrated
EXCELLED BY NONE ON THIS COAbl
- ASTORIA, OREGON.
HALL 111 be promptly attended to.-s
1VAK IS DECLARED WITHOUT
ytsjj And no terms of peace until
every man In Astoria has a new
suit of clothes'
3IADK BY XEAXY.
Look at the prices :
Pants to order from - - 88 oo
Pants, Genuine French Cassimere - 12 SO
Suits from - - - -- -2800
The finest line of samples on the coast to
select from. P. J. MEANY,
Main street, opposite Barker House, Astoria.