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SATURDAY MARCH 0. 1S8G
Rev. A. J. Joslyn has returned to
Hon. R. D. Cole, of Columbia conn,
ty, is in the city.
''Col.' Hawkins, the notorious bilk,
13 doing Walla Walla.
Sergeant Jno. N. Grifiin returned
from Ilwaco yesterday.
Mrs. Dr. Owens-Adnir was among
yeSRerday afternoon's arrivals from
Mrs. Sam'l Elmore and family are
among the passengers on the incom
Misses Blanche and Genevieve
Eell came down from Salem yesterday
A. G. White is here in the interest
of his paper the Oregon Alarm, and
reports favorable progress
D. K. Warren and family expect to
remove to their new house at Skipanon
apout the 1st of next month.
Major T. J. Blakeney, superintend
ent of the Pacific coast life saving
service, is on the Columbia.
Mr. and Mrs. H. Wise came down
the river yesterday afternoon. They
are passengers on the outgoing steam
Purser M. M. Buck has been trans
ferred from the Queen of the Pacific
to the Idaho, on the Alaska route,
and Purser Burner of the Lot Angeles
takes the Queen hereafter.
Capt K. Van Otieadorp, a well
known nautical mau and agent of the
Oregon Steamship company, has been
made captain of Spreckle'a new
stenmer Australia. He is the father-in-law
of Capt Pohlman of the
MIIL LETTIMJSIX THIS VICINITY.
4:1,081 From Oysteiville, by
Center, South Bend, Riverside
Willapa to North Cove, G2 miles
back, three times a week, in safe
suitable steamboats, H. N. Warren, of
Janesville, Wis., S3.591.
43,035 From Montesano, by Mel
bourne, Cosraopolis, Aberdeen and
Hoquiam to Peterson's Point, 34
miles and back, three times a week,
in safe and suitable steamboats, Geo.
H. Emerson, of Hoquiam, Sl,790.
43,203 From Astoria, by Stark's
Point, to Gray's river, 19 miles and
back, once a week, V. H. Pease, Car
sou City, Nevada, 82G0.
43,169 From Oystemlle by Sun
shine, Nasel and Knappton to Astoria,
Zi4 miles and back once a week,
V. IL Pease, Carson Citv, Nevada,
43,170 From Oysterville, by Ilwaco
to Astoria, 38K miles and back, six
times a week, L. A. Loomis, Ilwaco,
Driven FroBi 3It. Talior.
At 3:30 this morning a large unm
ber of Chinese, between 100 and 200,
evidently driven out of Albina and
East Portland, crossed the river and
sought shelter in Chinatown. They
were badly frightened, even refusing
to talk with the police. The refugees
were driven from the Mt. Tabor
neighborhood, where they had been
engaged in wood chopping. About
fifty masked men forced them
to the Albina ferry, and then
pelled them to cross the river.
31. E. Church Service.
Rev. Mr. Joslyn, who with his wife
and several delegates from his church
were in attendance on the Conven
tion of Christian Workers held in
Portland last week, has returned
home again and will hold services in
his church Sunday next, as usual.
Subject for the morning, "The great
privilege of a Christian life." Sun
day school at 12:15 p. m.: aocial song
servico at 030 p. St., and at 7 o'clock,
sermon on, "Why is the Church not
appreciated by tho world, and wby is
A Part of the Forfeited Land Grant.
The city is full of men, aud women
too, who come to the land office to
file on lands along the Columbia river
formerly covered by the Oregon Cen
tral railroad grant, now released
by oTder of' the interior department,
after forfeitnro of tho grant by con
gress. Vancouver Independent.
Remarks From the Quaker City.
It iB'ut the clam's fault that this
town ever made the progress that it
did. That was made in spite of the
clam. Philadtlpli ia Times.
Opera books, the Beggar Student, Hie
Mikado, and lolanthe, for sale at fiiif
liu & Uml's.
Skating at the rink this afternoon and
evening. Ladies admission free.
Assignee's auction sale every evening
at seven o'clock at Houseman's store on
House to Ren I.
Inquire of I. W. Case.
P. II. Fox has opened a tailor hhop in
the Gem Building, and if you want a
good and neat job of cleaning and re
pairing done reasonable, he is the man.
Attention is called to our advertis
racnt in another column giving a par
tial list of the goods to be found in our
stock. We aim to carry the best assort
ment lo be found in Astoria, and cash or
hort time buj-ers will find it to their ad
vantage to make their purchases from
us. Goods delivered free of charge to
any part of the city.
D. L. Bkck & Sons.
Parties wishing spars or piling of any
size or length can be supplied by leav
ing orders with J. II. D. Gray.
To the United States Restaurant for
ihe best oyters. Prlrate rooms.
A GREAT STRIKE Df ffEW YORK.
The Labor Question in Three States
Sale of the Steamship W. H.
New York, Mar. 5. The graud
"Tie up" on all the surface lines in
the city took place to-day. There is
not a street car ruuniug. As each
night driver reached his own depot
he turned his car in until every car
was housed. The day force failed to
arrive this moruiug and everything
was quiet. There are no signs of vi
olence. On the contrary all the men
are cheerful and good natnred. It is
said that the directors will accede to
the demands stated two dollars for
twelve hours' work. If they don't
all the men on the elevated roads
will be ordered out. At G o'clock
this mcrning there was not a street
car running on Manhattan island.
The strike is directed by the Empire
Protective association. Over 1,500
men quit this morning.
THE AMEBICAK METHOD.
Philadelphia, Mar. 5. All the
differences between the Deuber
Watch Co. and the Knights of Labor
were settled to the mutual satisfac
tion of both sides to-day. The presi
dent of the company met a commit
tee from the K. of L. and both sides
signed nu agreement by which the
boycott is removed from Deuber
watch cases. The discharged men
were all reengaged, it was also
agreed that in future no children un
der fifteen years of age should be
employed in the factory.
LITTLE RHODY HEABD FROM.
Providence, 11. I., Mar. 5. The
aggressive action of the K. of L. has
put the entire body of textile manu
facturers on the defensive. A meet
ing was ueiu to -day at wnicn was
present every manufacturer in Rhode
Island. They pledged themselves to
the extent of five per cant, of their
respective pay rolls to defe ad their
mutual interests, an aggregate of over
one million dollars.
BOUGHT THE "STARBUCK."
New York, Mar. 5. The Pacific
Mail Steamship Co. have bought the
steamship W. II. Starbiwk. She
cost S2T,003. The vessel will sra.t
for San Francisco at oner.
"THE RKKGAU STI'DEXT."
It is a pleasure to attend such per
formances as those given by the Casi
no company on Thursday and yester
day evenings. Like other things "so
very much depends upon the style in
which they're done," and the manner
of representation was excellent
Of the two a gcod many liked that
of last evening the better. The mu
sic is to many ears the finer, and as
music and costumes are what tend to
make any performance attractive it is
easy to see wherein lies the success of
the company in holding good audi
ences night after night in their capit
al rendition of that charming little
Mr. McCollin is a stranger to Asto
rians, bat one that all would be glad
to see again. He is a genuine com
edian, a clever actor and the life of
the company. His "Sponge it out"
laBt evening was worth hearing,
though the encore business was a
little overdone. Mr. Willett Seaman
as the "Beggar Student" seemed more
at home than in "Poo-Bah," (inad
ventently credited to Mr. Murray in
yesterday's issue). Mr. Branson also
added to his laurels of the previous
evening and sang superbly. Miss
Godfrey appeared to better advantage
in the "Countess Laura" "than in
"Katisba'and was heartily applauded.
Miss Franc Hall appeared to be
the favorite of the evening. Her
duet with Mr. Branson was to many
the lyric gem of the opera.
The company may return in six or
eight weeks, and may be assured of
a hearty welcome. Many yearn for
"lolanthe" and "Billee Tnvlor."
This 3Iay be So.
There is a little private poker club
in Chicago, whose members, accord
ing to tho Mail of that city, meet at
each other's homoa and play a modest
game, winding up with a jack pot,
which is "liberally sweetened" until
it is of good proportions. On a recent
Saturday evening the final jack pot
grew until it contained $123, and be
fore the betting it was decided that
the winner should put it on the con
tribution plate at church next morn
ing, it was won by a regular cuarcn
goer and rather liberal giver, who,
fearing such a contribution would
provoke comment, asked leave of the
party to make it up in a package and
hand it to the sexton. This was
agreed to on condition that it was to
be labeled "From a j. pot." This was
done. The sexton took it immediate
ly to the pastor, who was so highly
pleased that he announced from the
pulpit that "a munificent friend of
the church a Mr. A. J. Pot whom
it was not his pleasure to know per
sonally, he was sorry to say, had that
morning sent in a most generous do
nation of $128 to the church fund.
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Everybody knows the virtues of Wild
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any affections of the Throat and Luugs,
combined with these two ingredients
areifew simple healing remedies In
the composition of Dr. Bosanko's Cough
and Lung Syrun making it just the
article vou should always have in the
house for Coughs, Colds, Croup and
Bronchitis. Price 50 cents and $1.00.
Samples free. Sold by J. W. Conn.
The Leading Photographer, guarantees
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Pictures taken In any kind of weather
with the Instantaneous Process.
That Hacking Cough can be so
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guarantee it. Sold by W. E. Dement.
The fine hall, 80x25, lately occupied as
a gymnasium, next to Telephone Saloon.
Apply to Jeff.
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Portland, March 3rd, 1886.
I see by your weekly issue of Feb.
27, 18SG, "the name of C. Leinenweber
your late joint representative from
Clatsop and Tillamook counties at
tached to a petition asking the coun
ty court of Clatsop to grant a license
to one Sam Olsen to sell vinous, malt
and spirituous liquors in upper Asto
ria. Now, in behalf of tho temper
ance people of Clatsop county, and
Oregon at large, I feel it to be my
bounden duty to give to the public a
few facts concerning this Mr. C.
Leinenweber, who has once repre
sented the people of Clatsop and Til
lamook in the house, and, I hear,
is now seeking election to the state
One year ago last December Mrs.
Hoxter and myself were selected by
the W. C. T. TJ. to urge upon the leg
islature the passage of the temper
ance educational bilL We immedi
ately set to work to secure the pas
sage of that bill. I wrote a letter to
each senator and representative ask
ing his support of the measure. I
also sought interviews with various
members in Portland before going to
Salem. My husband arranged an in
terview for'me with Mr. Lienenweber
just before the legislature convened.
When my husband explained the de
sired object of this interview, Mr. L.
asked him to prevail upon me to allow
him to introduce this bill in the
house. When I met Mr. Leinen
weber he was very, very gracious,
and begged of me to allow him to in
troduce this bill. He said he was
deeply interested in temperance.
Had a large family to raise, and was
most desirous of having his children
receive the benefits of temperance in
struction. He wa3 ambitious to in
troduce none but good bills, and es
pecially was he anxious to have the
honor of introducing this particular
bill. He was given this bill and at
his own request he received the honor
of its introduction. Owing to its
popularity the bill became a law by a
large vote in both houses. Now, the
friends of temperance can hardly
overestimate my snrprise at finding
Mr. Leinenweber's name upon a peti
tion asking for a saloon license in his
own precinct of upper Astoria. Had
Mr. Leinenweber not brought himself
into such favorable notoriety with
the temperance people by tho intro
duction of their mo3t valued bill, I
should still not have expected to find
his name among those applying for a
saloon license. But what can be said
of a legislator who urged the passage
of a temperance law and within a
year is found aiding a man to open a
saloon in his own town. He neither
deserves nor should receive the sup
port of temperance people, nor even
saloouists, for he has been false to
both sides. I trust Mr. Leinenweb
er's conduct as herein described will
convince the temperance workers of
Clatsop county, that a member of the
legislature to be trusted on the tem
perance question should have a tem
perance party behind him; in short,
a prohibition party, or at least he
should be a recognize 1 prohibitionist.
Mrs. Oweks-Adair, M. D.
AN IMPUDENT 'OLTIMATUM".
Washington, March 4. The Critic to
day published a column explanatory of
the circamstances which led to the pro
mulgation of the Chinese message by the
president. The investigation of Col. Bee,
consul general of China at San Francisco
into the Rock Springs massacre, con
vinced that officer that it was a crnel
outrage, perpetrated by white men, whom
he supposed to be Atnsricans, upon an
monensiv people. Me so reported to his
home goTernment. His report was for
warded to the imperial Chinese legation
here, and transmitted to China through
tne proper omciai onanneis. The in
structions the Chinese minister receded
from bis government were startling. Ho
was directed to demand from the United
States total disavowal of tha affair, con
dign punishment capitally, if killing
could be proved, and indemnity to the
sufferers for their losses, to be paid by
the United States. This wa3 an ultima
tum. If the United States refuses to
comply with the demands the president
was to be informed that the Chinese
government would immediately proceed
to collect indemnity from American citi
zens in business in imperial territory,
and withdraw its protection from them,
which meant that they would be notified
to leave China at once.
MAKQUia TSENO 8 KTESTI0N3.
. ,. , ... ... - , ..
simultaneously wim inia imorraauon
came to tne state department, irom semi-
official sonroe in .London, tbat Marquis
Tseng, Chinese ambassador to the courts
of St. Sanies and St. Cloud, was about to
return home to take a high position in
the imperial council of state, and tbat he
would insist upon stern measures being
caKen against me uniieu ounes to marK
China's displeasnre at the outrages which
American authorities permitted its citi
zens to commit against its people, with
out any attempt being made to prevent
them or punish those who openly nvowed
their participation in them.
This was the situation when the presi
dent sent his message to congress on
Tuesday lost It will be seen that ho
denies the right of the Chinese govern
ment to demand an indemnity for prop
erty destroyed. This is the point upon
which the instructions of the imperial
council to the minister here admit of no
concession. It has been known for n
month past that the Chinese minister
nere is to return home very soon. It is
learned that he will take with him the
final conclusions of the president in re
gard to this matter. These are simple
facts, the Critic says, from undoubted
authority, and they are given to the
country as aids to the comprehensions of
the president's message in its full im
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LETTER FROM MRS.
REJfARKS FROM TAIJIAGE.
"Which Apply Exclusively to New York.
The big Brooklyn Tabernaole was
crowded again on last Sunday by peo
ple who had come to hear Rev. T. De
Witt Talmage's fifth sermon in the
series on "The Marriage Ring." "A
few Sundays ago," he said, "I told
the husbands what they should do to
make the home happy. As I talked I
noticed that some of them squirmed a
good deal in their pews, but on the
whole.they took it pretty well.
"There a few things, oh! wife, that
I would say to yon. First, I charge
yon appreciate that your husband is in
a very Solferiuo or Sedau from morn
ing until night Then if he comes
home preoccupied, forgive him. Sup
pose, during the day, he has a pro
tested note or sorre one has called
him a liar, you might as well tell the
storm of the Atlantic to keep off the
shore as to try to make him pleased
with his day's work. After 45, men
toil, not for themselves, but for their
families. The high pressure of life is
not in the different pursuits of busi
ness, but in the home pressure. Don't
nag your husbands. The most dis
gusting thing on earth is a woman
slattern, or one who keeps her hair
done up in curl papers until she goes
out or some one calls, Make your
selves attractive. Keep the home se
crets. Tell them to no one. Veil the
imperfections. When a woman can
say, O, Lord, I have kept the secret,
orders will be given that that woman
shall be led to the best room in the
heavenly palace, and given the softest
cushions, and tho angel ushers will
take good care of her."
"Thank God for flats. They are
the homes of many noble people. I
charge you to read the newspapers
and keep posted on the affairs of the
day. Beware of the life of the die
away, frivolous, society woman. Her
heaven is the opera box. She eats
arsenic to improve her complexion.
She is a woman of rum and opium
and bleached hair. In her the line
between decency and indecency is
like the imaginary line of the equator.
What the world wants to-day is the
old-fashioned mother. In society to
day there is a wrong twist. Iu many
families children instead of being
blessings are a nuisance hence the
ante-natal murdeis aud iufanticides.
"The loudest, wildest shriek iu the
day of judgment will come from these
society murderesses. These crimes
are the overshadowing ones of this
century. God help the infernal sin
ners. Men labor under the delusion
that they are at the family helm. To
every boat on life's sea there are two
oars prayer aud a holy example.
Use these oars. Iu them is your sal
vation. The circle is the emblem of
eternity, and that is the shape of the
marriage ring." iV. 11 Star, Feb. 24.
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Choice Hay from $! to 12 per ton.
Cow Hav and Straw $7 to $10 per ton-
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Ordara bougut. AEplyattheofflce
LOG OF THE "CHESEBROUGRV
Thursday, August 27, 1885. Passed
Lundy Island with light wind from
the southward and eastward.
Through the night the wind backed
into tho northeast blowing a moder
ate breeze which we carried out of
the channel. Took the N. E. trades
inat.34 33' N., and long. 15 17'
W., carried them to 9' 51' N. lat.
GotS. E. trades in lat V 00' N.
Crossed the equator in long. 22 30'
W. lost the trades in lat. 25 S.
On the 11th of Oct 18S5, spoke Eng
lish brig from Newport England for
Buenos Ayrea fifty-nine days out.
Oct 19th spoke the American ship
Palestine lat. 37J 51' S'and long. 55
43' W. Oct 26th spoke her again in
lat 4GC 37' S., long. 63 22' W. Made
Cape St Diego on the afternoon of
Nov. 1st having strong N. and N. W.
winds, made the run through the
straits in one hour and fifteen minutes,
lay becalmed in sight of Cape Horn
for thirty-six hours. Had a moder
ate gale from the N. W. shifting
suddenly to the S. W. and blowing a
heavy gale. From this up to the
20th oE Nov. had a succession of
heavy gales and high seas blowing
from the N. W. to the W. S. W.
During this time carried away fore
topgallant yard, fore and main top
mast back-stays and main top-gallant
backstays, split spanker main topmast-stay-sail
and jib and smashed
Crossed the 50th oarallel of S. lat.
in long. 85 26' W. Took the S. E.
trades in lat. 30 00' S. carrying them
into the N. E. trades which we lost
in 13 30' N. lat On Dec. 1st 1885,
Robert McLean the ships cook at
tempted suicide by jumping over
board. He refused to avail himself
of the help of a life buoy that was
thrown to him. Seeing this John
O'Niel, seaman, jumped overboard and
pulled him on to the buoy, holding
him there until they were picked up
by the boat Capt Erickson put the
cook, who was none the worse for
his ducking, into close confinement
and kept him there until Dee.
25th, during this time he was
perfectly natural in his be
havior showing no signs of in
sanity, and as he had repeatedly asked
to be allowed to turn to the captain
allowed him to do so, at the same
time giving orders that he was to be
closely watched, and to report any
unusual behavior at once.
After losing the trades, had light
baffling airs from all points, and ar
rived iu Acapulco on the 29th of De
cember, 1885, one hundred and twenty-four
days out from Cardiff. Sailed
from Acapulco Sunday, January 29th,
1886. Passed Griffo island at 3
o'clock p. ir. On Feb. 5th Robert
McLean who, since he had been al
lowed to turn to, had behaved in a
perfectly rational manner, and who
the doctor in Acapulco bad
in Acapulco nacl pro-
nounced perfectly sound in mind,
threw himself down the fore hatch
to the bottom of the hold. He was
immediately brought on deck and
every assistance given him. He died
in about one hour and a half after
being brought on deck.
! Took the trades in lat 14 57' N.
and carried them to lat 36 N. From
this until we arrived off Tillamook
had strong windg from N to N w
At 2 o'clock, March 3rd, took pilot.
Anchored off bar dl days from Aca-
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Rubber and Leather Belting',
.Ullili FISDIXGS K'ERAL1Y
PRICES OF BOXES,
For the Season :
At the Mills
Delivered by Wagon
Street Plank. Delivered.. S 3.00
House Bill Lumber. Hough, Del'd 9.00
Flooring and Rustic, 1st Class, " ltfOO
At proportionate prices, ail delivered, and
no tunny business.
J. C. TRTJLLINGER,
lest toe ills
01 IMENSE STOCK OF HDSgK!
Amounting to over $2,000 on our Center Counters
this Week, and
Mark Them Downl
To such Prices as will make a . "
As we must make room in this Department for
Larp SMl Mctees to Arrival
Our 75c Hose Reduced to 50c
Our 60c Hose Reduced to 40c
Our 50c Hose Reduced to 35c
Our 40c Hose Reduced to 25e
Our 25cHose Reduced to 15c
Fine Silk, Lisle Thread and Cashmere' Hose
REDUCED TO NET COST.
The Above Goods contain some of the Latest Designs in
Ladies', Children's and Misses' Hose,
And Ladies who wish to secure some of the
Greatest Bargains ever Offered in Hosiery
Would do well to Call Early
N. B. The Reduoed Prices will hold good FOR THIS
G. H. COOPER'S
The Leading Dry Goods and Clothing House in Astoria.
OF HAN FHANCISCO.
FlaveTs Wharf and Warehouse,
Cannery Supplies at Lowest Prices.
Storage and Insurance at Current Rates.
Drafia on the leading Cities of the World
ties. H. Stewart, Accountant, and
Agent Northern Pacific Express Co.
CITY BOOK STORE.
Books and Stationery
The Largest and Finest Stock in Astoria to Select From.'
Show a Large Assortment
Goods in Every Line!
Which will be Sold at
Lower Figures than
IN THE CITY.
The Leading Clothing, Hat,
TO PORTLAND AND RETURN
Astoria and Seaside
The beat Bread, Cakes and Fustry In the City.
Ice Creams and Ornamental Work
Manufacturer of Fine Candles.
at any Other House
and Gents' Furnishing Stpre