The daily morning Astorian. (Astoria, Or.) 1883-1899, July 20, 1884, Image 2

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ASTORIA, OREGON:
SUNDAY
JULY 20, 18S1
BLAINE'S ACCEPTANCE.
The Republican candidate for the
presidency lias sent to the committee
his letter of acceptance. It is the
longest that any presidential can
didate ever wrote, and is emphatic
throughout It reads in part like a
political speech, in part like a party
argument, and in parE like a pres
idential message. That which is new
is good; that which is not new is well
said. It is a square statement of
American policy outlined by a man
who has given the matter years of
study, and who has during those
years been foremost in the councils
of the nation. In talking of the for
eign policy of this government, he
says:
"Our foreign relations favor our
domestic development. "We are at
peace with the werld: at np.np.p. iinnn
a sound basis, with no unsettled
questions of sufficient magnitude to
embarrass or distract us. Happily
removed bv ereoirraohical -noHitinti
from participation in the questions
ul uyuusiy or uounuary wmcu SO
freauentlv disturb the -npnop. nf F-n.
rope, we are left to cultivate friendly
relations witn an, anu tree from en
tanerlement in thn nnnrrflls nf nnv
The United States has no cause and
no desire to enter into conflict with
any power on earth, and we rest in
confidence that no power desires to
attack us.
With the nations of the western
hemisphere we should cultivate clos
er relations, and for our common
prosperity and advancement we
should induce all to join with us in
an agreement that for the future all
international troubles in North or
South America should bo adjusted
by impartial arbitration, and not by
arms. This project was part of the
fixed policy of President Garfield's
administration, and it should, in my
judgment be renewed. Its accom
plishment on this continent would fa
vorably affect the nations beyond the
sea, and thus powerfully contribute,
at no distant date to thn Tmiwrsnl
acceptance of the philanthropic and
Christian nrincinle of arbitration.
The effect even of suggesting this to
opanisu-Amencau states has been
mosthannv. niifllinsinnmnspfl tlinnrm.
fidence of those people in our friendly
disposition, it leu to my Jot, as secre
tary of state, in June, 1881, to quiet ap
prehension in the remihlirc nf Afprirn
by giving assurance, in an official dis-
patcn, mat mere is not tne faintest
uesire in tne united States for terri
torial accrrandizement. Th- linnnrtn.
ries of the two republics have been
estauiisned in conformity with the
best jurisdictional interests nf hnfli.
The line of demarcation is not merely
convenience, it is more. It separates
the Spanish-American people from
the Saxon-American -neenle: it dividpR
one great nation from another with
distinct and natural affiuitv. We seek
the conquest of peace. We desire
to extend our commerce. and
in an especial degree with our
friends and neighbors on this con
tinent. We have not improved our
relations witn Spanish America as we
snouia, ana as we miglit have done.
For more than a generation the sym
pathy of these countries has hpp-n al
lowed to drift away from us. We
snouia now make ever' eliort to gam
their friendship. Onr tradn with
them is already large. During the
last twenty years our exchanges in
tne western nemispnere nave amount
ed to 3350,000,000, nearly one-fourth
of our entire foreign commerce."
The letter is fully up to the high
expectations that were entertained
regarding it, and is a platform in it
self. The S:iltan of Turkey may be the
"Sick Man of the East," but' he dies
game. An exceptionally magnificent
reception was recently given to the
Crown Prince of Austria by the Sul
tan. One million dollars were spent
on the festivities; a new palace was
specially built, with the finest new
furniture,meats were served in dishes
of pure gold, and at some of the fes
tivals the whole court, thousands of
soldiers and all the fleet took part
This was not done, as supposed, to
conciliate the future ruler of Austria
and render him proof against any
desire to annex Turkish territory,
but simply in pursuance of the tra
ditional splendor of the Turkish
throne. Had the emperor of Austria
been the Padisha's guest, he would
have spent $2,000,000 and built two
new palaces.
It seems that ours is not the only
government swindled. It has come
to light that a system of swindling
the American and Canadian govern
ments has been carried on for years
by collusion between Indian agents
and contractors. As an instance, 300
cattle were ordered for Fort Walsh
by the Dominion government They
were delivered there and a receipt
obtained for them. In the night
they were purposely stampeded back
to Montana and sold for S7,500. This
game would be repeated on our side
of the line at Fort Benton and the
cattle sold to Fort Walsh. No won
der the cattle men don't want the
northern frontier of Montana thrown
open to settlement, and the screening
Piegans, Black Feet and River Sioux
moved away.
It will be interesting to note the
action of the Northern Pacific Rail
road, after it leases the O. R. & N.
lines, toward the steamers that ply
between here and San Francisco.
They are the most valuable portion
of the outfit and arc in direct an
tagonism to the interests of the rail
road. An escort of soldiers now accom
pany every train upon the Mexican
Central railway. This is considered
necessary on account of the constant
efforts to wreck the trains.
The suggestion that a reunion of
the veterans of both armies engaged
in the war between the United States
and Mexico be held in St Louis, at a
date not- yet fixed, will doubtless re
ceive the hearty concurrence of the
governments and people of both
countries. The time has come when
the resentments engendered by the
eventful campaigns of 1846-47 should
be buried out of sight and remem
brance. The two republics have been
brought into such close relations
during the past half dozen years that
they are no longer mere diplomatic
acquaintances, with no particular in
terest in common, but near neighbors
in constant and amicable intercourse.
When J. R. Keene was editing a
country paper in California and wear
ing his coat buttoned close up to his
chm while his shirt was in the wash,
he thought he was rich if he had five
dollars left after paying the printers
Saturday night When he had made
eight millions by speculating in min
ing stocks he wanted to own the
earth. But it would turn the heads
of most men to make eight million
dollars clear of board and washing
and dog taxes, in two or three years.
Mb. Blaine thinks that Massachu
setts has too much grass land to wish
to start a prairie fire; in other words,
she has too many manufactures to
favor a free-trade independent move
ment The inference is shrewd, and
yet it must be remembered that cer
tain lines of manufactures now ask
for free raw material, and engage, if
that is furnished, to lower prices ac
cordingly.
The government's receipts from
customs during the year just closed
amounted to $196,000,000 in round
numbers. This is about $18,000,000
under the returns for 1882-3, and $1,
000,000 in excess of Secretary Folger's
estimate last winter. The reduction
of the revenue by the tariff legislation
of last year turns out to bo inconsid
erable. The cholera is still spreading in
France. A vessel arriving at London
jrom Marseilles, with cholera on
board, has been quarantined. Our
government is adopting every pos
sible precaution to prevent it reach
ing the United States.
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Dakk complexions are coming into
favor. It is said there is now what is
known as sunburnt power introduced
for the make-up of ladies' faces, both
young and old, who would fain keep
up with the procession.
R. D. Hujte, of Ellensburg, is con
ducting experiments looking to the
establishment of a carrier pigeon ser
vice between that place and San
Francisco.
New voters are arriving from the
down-trodden monarchies daily. The
first thing they learn is that John
Kelly is President of the United
Slates.
The transfer boat for Kalama is
finished. The Kalama branch is be
ing put in condition and will be in
working order about the first prox.
It is, as the Governor of North
Carolina remarked to the Governor
of South Carolina, a long time be
tween now and election.
Br a recent law enacted by con
gress Pacific and Wahkiakum coun
ties are placed in the second terri
torial judicial district
Rich finds of gold are reported near
Mt Baker, and large parties of men
are flocking in from Whatcom and
elsewhere.
The Dingley Shipping bill is to be
tested in San Francisco. It is not
probable that its provisions can be
eniorcea.
China has weakened and will cive
France all that that country has de
manded. Skeena river salmon, in bond, is
being shipped to Ontario, via N. P.
R.R.
NEW TO-DAY.
Stockholders' Meeting.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GLVEN THAT
there will be a meeting of the stock
holders of the Odd Fellows' Land and Build
ing Association, In the lodge room of Beaver
Lodge No. 33. 1. 0. 0. F.. on Saturday. Aug.
23, 1SS4, at 2p.m. A full attendance is re
quested. A. J.MEGLER.
Secretary.
Grand Excursion
Str. GEN. MILES
Will make an Excursion Trip to
Forts Stevens, Canby and Ilwaco,
ON
Sunday, July 20th.
Leaving Gray's dock at 8 o'clock a. m.
Fnre far the Round Trip - SI 00
J. IL D. GBAY,
Ageur.
Net Lost.
4 11RRAST ITTVV"l?vc rtvxi.tv rvxr
- iRht of 17th, 100 lathoms43-mesh net.
rZv j -?- H". cors ; powaer Kej? uuov
TING PACKING CO'S.
Nat t net
A K5iL SSfE02 0N WEDNES
sp r s1 W ftttwns .inesh. marked
iS2: CfcC??. parked J, r.
CompSy'namerr. uuinaYlan "UiK
A Seven Room House To Lpt.
IN A DESIRABLE LOCALITY.
Inquire at this offlce.
Occidental Hall,
L. E. SELIO T-essee anil Manager.
BEN. COTTON'S
Only Two Nights,
Friday, July 25f li and Saturday.
July 20tli.
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GRAND FAMILY MATINEE
Saturday Afternoon.
Friday, -
TRUE DEVOTION."
"IR3IA. the Waif."
"TRUE DEVOTION."
Saturdnv.
Matinee.
Reserved seats at the Now York Novelty
Stoiv.
ARE YOU GOING
TO GET
BECAUSE
IF YOU ARE YOU WANT A
Housekeeping Outfit.
AND AT
M.0LSEN&
You will find Every llriiB that you need in
me way 01 Furniture, carpets, stoves,
Crockery, House-funiishfnx 5oxls.
NICE COMFORTABLE BEDS,
And everything just as Reed and a OR KAT
twa r.rUPA pi,-if tiion rnn rr ; ......
- va.a-..a -M. umu uu will fcvi, II till J
where else iu Astoria.
Now If you want to BE CONVINCED
cme around and see our prices. AVe will
Guarantee to sell you nnvthintr vou want
cheaper than you can get it at auction or
eisewnerc.
Everyone Knows the XMncc
DEL duction !
FOR THE NEXT SIXTY DAYS,
MRS.A.B..1EWETT will sell her stock of
JIILLINKRT and FASCV GOODS
at a Reduction of
Twenty per Cent.
On Former Trices This U a rare chance
for the Indies to secure bargains.
Astoria. June 21st, 1SS4.
T. G. RAWLINGS,
Wholesale and Retail Dealer In
Tropica!, Domestic, Green and Dried
MJTS, CANDIES, DRIED MEATS, ETC,
Fine Cigars ami Tobacco.
Next door to I. .1. Arvold's, Squemoqua St.
Water ! Water ! Water!
Wheeler & Kipp,
PRACTICAL
Pirate Gas aid Steam Fitters
ALL WORK
Warranted, and Estimates Given.
FULL STOCK
Irou and I.cal Pipe, Batli Tuls,
"Water Closets, and CJas
Fixtures.
Jobbing Promptly Attended to.
A SPECIALTY Is mado of Tap
ping Water Mains and Running
water Pipes, as We have Supe
or facilities for doing this work.
Corner .Squemoqua and Hamilton Streets,
Astoria, Oregon.
Notice of Sale,
mius 18 TO GIVE notice that:i
-LliarO tllW ilnv tmnsfnrrofl nil m- riolit
and interest iu the establishment known
as me uiiy hook store, toll. v. .Newbury
and Irvinp Stevens, who will conduct the
uii.Miie.ss oi uie n nn iu me iniure.
All accounts rinr nm tn Up tvilrt fn"Vmv
bury and Stevens.
U. ! STEVENS.
Astoria, July 1st, 1SS1.
Notice to Whom It May Concern.
nJIHE VNDERSIONED HAVING BEEN
JL appointed administrator nf iii ottnto nf
John Hume deceased, all persons having
claims against said estate are hereby re
quested to presentsuch claims duiy verified,
within six months from the date of this no
tice, at my office in "William Hume's cannery,
in the city of Astoria, Clatsop County. Ore
gon. . , , , . J. W. HUME.
Astoria, July oth, 18S4. d-5w
Notice of Assignment.
iiiRcnrr nomrr. pr.ATsnp rnnvrv
yj Oregon.
In the matter of the Estate of McCurtie
and Holt, Insolvent debters: Assignee's
notice of appointment To whom it may
notice of his appointment as assignee
vi me esiaiu 01 iucuunie anu nou, in
solvent debtors of Astoria, Clatsop County.
Oregon.
All claims against said estate must be
said clty.duly verified as by law required.
wuuiii iiirve muiiur irom me uaie oi in is
notice.
J. E. THOMAS,
Assignee of the Estate of
McCurtie & Ilolt, insolvent debtors.
July 7, 18S4, dc-w
Notice of Purchase.
TTT-ETHE UNDERSIGNED HAVE THIS
it day entered Into co-partnership under
the firm name of H, D. Newbury & I Stev
ens, Irving Stevens having purchased the
Interest of B. F, Stevens In the City Book
Store.
II. D. NEWBURY.
IRVING STEVENS.
Astoria, July 1st, 1S31.
Good Milk Cow for Sale.
TNQUIREOFDR. jay ttjttle.
COIBIATIOI
If! n El II I L U i
A NSW DEAL ALL 'SOUND.
Soiiietliing of Importance to Everyone
that Lives in the City of Astoria.
WWSle llWWwlgSft
The WELL-KNOWN BUILDER, has l-ought from W. W.
PAKKER, tho large Sash and Door Factory known as
"Hansen Bros.' Mill,"
And nialcos puhlic the announcement of the fact.
Ilis well-known reputation as a Successful Builder and Contractor,
and Ihe Quality of the Stock he furnishes, is his guatantee that any
oneordcring material at his place will be able to GET JUST WIT AT
TITEY WANT, promptly on time, and
' AT LOWEST PIGrTJSES.
A Full Slock of Sash and Door Work, Mouldings, etc.,
on Hand or Made to Order.
Bids and Estimates Furnished, arid Orders Solicited.
BUILDERS, CARPENTERS
call, examine stock and give a trial order.
WILLIAM HXnYE,
PROPRIETOR.
THE HOWE PLANIIG MILL
We beg to call the attention of the public to our latest importation, diicct from
Eastern manufacturers, of the
r
Ever offered for sale in this city, comprising all grades from the
FINEST BODY BRUSSELS
In the Newest Tints ami Shades.
To the lowest priced article in this line. We are determined to dispose or our stock of
Carpets within the next four weeks, and to that end uITer special inducements, precluding
tho possibility of Sciii-r Undersold by any of our Competitors.
IX THE
Furniture and House Furnishing Line
We can show you the very BEST GOODS at 1H)TT0M FIGUJIES, and shall he pleased
to receive a call for inspection whether you purchase or not.
CHAS. HEILBORN.
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Carpets, Matting,
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PICTURE FRA3IES MOULDINGS, ETC., ETC.
At Greatly Reduced Prices,
And cordially invite a call from our friends and the public generally.
We intend to become a permanent fixture in this place and trust to receive a
liberal share of patronage from the public.
ASTORIA FURNITURE CO.,
Cor. Chenamus and Hamilton Sts. n. Du BTJISSOX, Manager.
and CONTRACTORS invited to
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Wo take pleasure ii: announcing, that hav
ing purchased the stock of the late
firm of E. D. Curtis & Co., ami
ami having made many
New and Attractive Additions'
We now offer for sale the
MOST COMPLETE LINE
OF
HOUSE
Furnishing Goods,
Pictures, Mirrors,
Por The Pinest Grcceries.
Por Tlie Preshest Vegetables,
Por The Most Complete Assortment,
Por Absolute Satisfaction,
In Filling and Delivering All Ordei ..
('.ill at
FBAK L, PARKER'S
Family Grocery and Provision Store,
Corner Benton and Chanamus Streets.
Opposite Custom House
Square.
ljji i"mJt.'.auoafcvarcasixrti-itJUvt.u
5S?225SS
felHSJgS
lagagjg-y - -- --
TER apply to the Captain, or to
THE
mmiisism
fen n 5 iFm
mva- urt mmb nuuse
Onr Stoci Is The lost Coffljilete, Our Prices At M Bottom
Ami Our Anxiety To Sell Is Uncqualetl!
We Are Always ai the Top of the Market
And With lTs You Will Find
THE LATEST NOVELTIES IS OUR LINE
As Fast As They Appear In Eastern Markets.
WE INVITE INSPECTION OF 0UR1ATEST IMPORTATION
-OF-
Ladies' and Infants' White Goods, Skirts, Parasols, Silk Mitts, Gloves in
Lisle, Silk and Cotton, Fans, etc., etc.
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Tin, Sheet Iron and Copper Ware.
A General Assortment of
HOUSEHOLD CCQPS.
Agents for
Magec Sto
The
1'iumblng goods of all kinds or. bsnd. .lol
work done in a v.'orkmanltkr n:ui!Ui
vesaiid Raa:. iKfS
IJest in the inaiTket. .aia?!:'".". S54SS4g
PLUMBING, GAS FITTING, AND CANNERY WORK
Attended to Promptly on Reasonable Terms.
CIiciinnniH Ktrppt. Kvxl to Ii- I'arkcr'rt Store.
THE NEW MODEL
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A FUIili STOCK
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MARTIN OLSEN & CO.
DEALERS IX
FUBISTITURE 55 BEDDING.
Corner jlain and sifjtucsioqnn Streets. Astoria, Oreco".
WIHDOW SHADES AND TBIMMN&S; WALL PAPER, ETC.
A CoiJixIcic Stoelf.
PEICSS AS CHEAP AS OTALITY WILL AFFOED.
m, KIIvRS OF FIinXITJJIIE RK&M1ZSSD AKI VAI&XISnED.
FOK
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inest Groceries
A FLTLL LINE OF
HARDWARE
AND
Ship Chandlery.
A
NEW SLIP
Just Finished in Hear of Store.
HEADQTTARTEKS
FOR
Toys, Mcj Ms, Stationery,
CUTLERY, ETC.
Fresh Fruit Received Daily.
A Full Stock of Smokers Ar.icles.
NEW GOODS CONSTANTLY AKKIVINC.
CHAS. A. MAY,
Chenamus street, south side, one door
from Cass.
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Eben P. Parker, Master.
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C.WA. AND KXAMINE IT, Vol
WILL IJE 1M.ELVSED.
K. It. IIAWES is also agent for the
Ml iteit
And other first-class Stoves.
Furnace "Work. Stoam Fxt-j-.inSs.
etc.. a. apooialty
AIiWAYS ON HAND.
A. JOIIXSOX.
THE LATEST STYLES
WALL "PAPER
AT
B. B. FRANKLIN'S,
NEXT DOOR TO ASTORIAN OFFICE.
A verj' large Stock from which to select.
Window curtains made to order.
fS-My patent Trimmer to cut Wall Taper
will he touiid convenient to my patrons.
Hardware ait Ship Chandlery
A. VAN DUSEN &. CO,
DEALERS IN
Hardware and Ship Chandlery
Pure Oil, Bright Varnish,
Binacle Oil, Cotton Canvas, I,
Hemp Sail Twine,
Cotton Sail Twine,
Lard Oil,
Wrought Iron Spikes,
Galvanized Cut Nails,
Agricultural Implements,
Sewing Machines,
Faints ami Oils, Groceries, etc,
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