The daily morning Astorian. (Astoria, Or.) 1883-1899, March 13, 1886, Image 2

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ASTORIA. OREGON:
SATl KI)AY aiAlldl 1J. 16EC
Bi:v. Bi ti ki: thinks that 103'al
people have a legal claim for com
pensation for their slaves enlisted
into the government service dur
ing the war.
Consideuaulk fun is being
made of Senator .Tone?, of Florida,
because he is in love. But some
of his brother senators are into
worse things thai! that the Ohio
Paj-ne for instance.
The .extent of land open to
homestead entries in the United
States is now about '100,000,000
acres, a part of which, however, is
unavailable for want oE sufficient
rainfall or water irrigation.
Another outrage on an unof
fending Chinaman has been re
ported from Gilroy, Cal. Ah Gin
had 1ih skull crushed and his head
"nearly chopped off by a cleaver in
the hands of a man who desired
$300 belonging to the unfortunate
exile. The criminal was Ah Gin's
partner, Ah Sin.
Tin: house committee on for
eign affairs appear opposed to any
legislation looking toward the ab
rogation of the present one-sided
treaty with China. But sooner or
later that treaty must be abro
gated, and the sooner it is done
the better it will be for the per
manent peace of society on this
oont.
Tin: fjist homestead bill was
presented to congress by Andrew
Johnson of Tennessee. He pushed
it to u passage in the thirty-sixth
congress, and it was vetoed by
Buchanan. Andy kept at it, how
ever, and it passed agaiu in 18C2,
a few days after he left the senate
to become military governor of
Tennessee.
Kemtcic has 14,000 square
miles of coal fields. Pennsylvania,
12,030 miles; Great Britain, entire,
21,S39 miles, and England, alone,
0,030 miles. The wealth of Penn
sylvania is largely due to the de
velopment of the coal in the state,
and the importance of England in
the industrial world is due to a
similar cause.
Tin: house va's and means
committee has reported a resolu
tion that after 100,000,000 of
coin is reserved in the United
States treasury for redemption,
according to law, $10,000,000 a
month shall be paid on the public
debt. This will push the silver
now piled up in the government
vaults into circulation.
Trade existed long before gov
ernment. Individuals look after
that. Government can impede
tratle or divert it, but cannot pro
mote it better than b' leaving it
alone. The merchants of the
country know better when and
wheie to trade thanHhe la vi vers
and politicians of congrcs-s can
tell. All the latter have to do
with respect to trade is to take
their hands off it.
The general detailed map of
the United States, proposed and
already begun by the g- !ogical
survey, will be upon the cale of
about four miles to the inch, with
contour lines for every twenty-five
to 200 feet, according to th nat
ure of tin topography. It i pro
posed to issue this map in atlas
sheets, each composed of one de
gree of latitude by one of longi
tude, bounded by parallels and
meridians.
The population of London now
exceeds every other city, ancient
or modern, m the world. New
York and all its adjacent cities
combined are not equal to two
thirds of it. Scotland, Switzer
land, and the Australian colonies
each contains fewer souls, while
Norway, Servia, Greece, and Den
mark, have scarcely half so many.
Yet at the beginning of 'the pres
ent century the population of all
London did not reach 1,000,000.
Judge Taylok rendered a de
cision in the liquor case yesterday
which places the matter before the
supreme court at the earliest pos
sible moment. In this he did
what he could to facilitate
a imal decision. It was mu
tually understood by counsel for
plaintiff and defendant that the
judgment should be so entered to
prevent delay, and was pro forma.
indicating a waiving for the pur
poses of this case of any judgment
which might under other circum
stances be declared.
A hill has been recently intro
duced in the senate by a western
senator to increase the postage on
fourth-class matter from 10 to 32
cents per pound. This, if passed
would make the merchandise rate
as high as that on first-class mat
ter. In Canada the charge for
this service is at the rate of-i cents
per pound In England G cents
per pound is charged, The large
amount of trade carried on through
the mails would be seriously con
tracted, and many lines of trade
"would be debarred altogether
from using the mails should the
measure be adopted. The charges
on fourth-class matter arc really
excessive, and instead of being in
creased the rates should be re
duced. The express companies
alone would be benefited bv the
the proposed increase in rates.
0e of the heaviest law suits in
the history of Minnesota has been
decided in the United States cir
cuit court. It was the case of the
Northern Pacific road against the
Manitoba, and $4,000,000 was in
volved upon various land grants
of Congress to aid in the construc
tion of railroads. The two roads
cross each other near Glyndon,
Minn., and each claimed posses
sion of ."00,000 acres of land near
that point. The principal contro
versy was as to which grant was
made first. It was known that
plaintiffs secured their privileges
under an act of congress of 1SG-L
Delendants, however, claim to
have been granted the land under
an act of 1S57. Under succeeding
acts, however, defendants were
permitted to change the line of
road, in consideration of which
they were to relinquish land do
nated to them under the original
barter, and in lieu of which they
fjceived land along the new route.
Judge Brewer decided in favor of
the Northern Pacific.
uoitx.
In Astoria. March nth, to the vrift of
Kpv. 31. D. Wilson, a son.
NEW TO-DAY.
Sheriff's Notice.
milE ASSESSMENT ROLL FOlt THE
JL yearls$5isnow in my hands for col
lection. All uho are delinquent on said roll
ill save sheriff's costs by calling at my office
in Catelamet and settling the same or send
ing by registered letter.
S. F. ALBERT.
Sheriff of Wahkiakum Co., "V. T.
C'athlamer, XT. T., March 10, 1SSG.
FRANK L PAIER.
rocerieS!
SPECIAL SALE !
Saturday Mar. 13, 10:30 A. M.
AT MY AUCTION ROOMS.
UNDER INSTRLCTIONS FROM LT. L.
A. Chamberlain. A. A, Q. 31.. Ft. Can
by, I will sell at Public Auction a General
and Miscellaneous assortment of Govern
ment Goods.
Also at same time a lot of Household Furn
iture, new and second hand.
Also Canned Goods, Groceries and Dried
Fruits.
For whom it may concern.
B. S. "IVOItsr-EY,
Auctioneer.
YirffiniaCipr anfl Toliacco Store
J. W. BOTTOM, Proprietor,
Water Street, Two Doors East of Olney.
Fine Cigars, Tofeaccos and Smokers Articles,
Sold at Lowest Market Rates.
FRUITS, CANDKJB.NOTIONB.&c.
FANCY
WE WILL SUIT YOU !
Foard & Stokes
Carry a Large Stock of
Groceries 1 Provisions
-AnilS-llatthe-
Lowest Margin of Living Profit!
Quality and Price Satisfactory
In Every Instance.
Goods Delivered All Over the City.
Notice
THE STOCKHOLDERS OF THE SCAN
dinavian Commercial Union are hereby
notified that the directors held a meeting at
Joseph Ostrorn's Astoria, Oregon, and came
to the conclusion to postpone the business of
said anion unUl August 1st, becaue tln?
saw it difficult to collect in the money that
lias been subscribed, at the present time,
but will keep the stock book opeu for iib
eription of more stock.
Rv order of the directors.
AUG. DANIELSOX.
President.
('. A. HANSON, Secy.
Astoria, Or.. March tith. 1&C.
Ml' SLOOP AT AUCTION.
Saturday, March 20, 2 P. M.
fl'ST KEBUILT AND LAUNCHED.
J Length 43 feet. Beam 12 feet. Draft C
feet, 13 and 49-100 tons register ; together
w itli tackle, furniture, and apparel. Well
adapted for deep sea fishing; Hilf cali.
halt r. month1:.
K. V. IIOLDEW
Auctioneer.
Eggs for Hatchini
Wyandottes and S. C. B. Leghorns.
My birds are of the best strains and all
first class. I am now prepared to inrush a
limited number of eggs for vtiing from
eitiieranl:it&auil.'$iicr 13.
GEO. W. WOOD.
Cor. West!ith and Arch streets, Attoua, Or.
Notice.
A LL PERSONS KNOWING THHM
i3L selves indebted to the late Edward N.
Miirohv will nleatc make immediate settle
mentto the undersigned, administratrix of
the estato.
Mus. JOHN ROGERS.
AUG. DANIELSON.
SAMPLE ROOMS,
Comer ot Water and West Ninth Street.
Choice Lipors ai Cigars!
Every Attention totheComfoit of l'utrons.
G. A. STINSON & CO.,
BLACKSMITHING,
KX ('apt. Rogers old stand, corner of Cos
and Court Streets.
Snip and Cannery work. Horseshoeing.
Vag0n3 made and repaired. Good work
guaranteed.
W. E. DEMENT & CO.
DRUi&GXSTS.
ASTORIA, - - OKECON
Carry in Stock,
DRUGS, CHEMICALS, TOILET
and
FANCY ARTICLES
Prescriptions careful!' Compounded
Ya Ma Ca A-
3--E"3VElSr-a.SITJ3VE 2
IS "0V OPEX TO MEMBERS
Each Week Day and E cning as Follows :
YouneJIen ; Tuesday, Thursday and Sat-
umav evenings.
Boys under 18 ; Mondav, Wedne?dav and
Friday cenings.
IiadieH; Saturday afternoons.
IMemuership Tickets and Kevs can he had
from anv of the officers.
MANAGING COMMITTEE.
To Ship Masters and Ship Owners!
W.H.DYER &C0.,
STEVEDORES AND RIGGERS
San Francisco, Portland and Astoria.
Portland Office - - 1C Xorth Front Street.
The attention of ship masters and owners
is directed to our superior facilities and low
rates for loading and unloading vessels.
Office at K. C. Holden's.
BEST IN THE MARKET
Snow Flake Flour!
Special Sale.
LOOK! LOOK! READ! READ!
Under Instructions I will Sell
AT PUBLIC AUCTION
Continuing From Day To Day
at
2 O'clock and 7 O'clock P. M.
THE
Large and Elegant Stock
OK THE
Crystal Palace Store!
Tiow in Your Time to Buy I
Do not Miss the Opportunity. Sale PosJ.
tive and Without Reserve.
J5. H. WORSI.EY,
Auctioneer.
To Rent.
AF1XE SUITE OF ROOMS IN THE ODD
Fellows Bulldtnjr. Apply to
A.J.MEGLEK.
Till Fiirte lice
Goods -sril!
Be Sold at Auction !
-AT-
The Crystal Palace.
AUCTION EVERY DAY
Ueginntng at
2 in the afternoon; 7in the evening.
TliK AilonNan Opportunity to Got
What You Want
AT YOUR OWN PRICE.
-This is
A GENUINE AUCTION SALE!
We Must
Hardware and SttpMlerjiB. B. Franklin,
VAN DUSEN & CO.-
!ra:.eus in
Hsrawsre ana snip tinan&isry
j ! rtt ii .
Pure Oil, Bright Varnish.
Binaele Oil, Cuf ion Canvas.
Hemp Sail Twine,
Cotton Sail Twine,
Lard Oil,
Wrought Iron Spikes,
Galvanized Cut Nails,
Agricultural Implements
Kciviug Machine?.,
i'nlufs ami Oils, Groceries, tc.
or. cs. Ross,
COUNTY CORONET.
fel5iIt5JiS.$v
i
fH,
First Class Hoarse and Material
ox HAND.
Shop and Office on Main St., above Tioiippr
Ketanrant.
CARPET:
jg-i-.L... & ,
r&3SMk:
SlKMll-9BlVE&'KVWC3'UAJRr
60 Rolls of Carpet of all Grades and in the Newest Shades,
Including
lunette
Bojt
uvm
Also a Large Stock of Linoleum, Oil Cloth,
AND FANCY WINDOW SHADES.
CH AS, HEILBORN.
Sign Painting,
Cildlng, Banners, Oil Cloth Signs, i
SHOW CARDS.
Fence Advertising. Price Marks, etc
n T7 T A "WT?
Jt -Ci. Jjxlilil,
Shop and ofilce on Cvs treet : Pike Jlro.'
old tand.
EMPIRE
Just Received From the East,
A Large Lot of Gents', Ladies', and Children's
FINE BOOTS AND SHOES!
Gent's Kangaroo Boots and Shoes
A SPECIALTY.
We also Carry a First Class Assortment of
Dry Goods, Clothing, Hats, Furnishing Goods, &c
W. T. PARKER,
Manager.
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3.
Have Money!
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$WBBM&&m
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Iff!
IMertaler ana CaMiet Mate,
I SQUEMOQUA STREET,
i
NKXT- TO THK ASTOKIAX BUILPIXG.
O
JSAll work done in a skillful manner on
short notice at reasonable rates.
AHEAD OF ALL COMPETITORS!
Capitol Flour,
Manufactured by the Full Unller Process,
by the
Saiem (Or.) Capitol Flour Mills Co..
r.mrrhn
I IMirt -.nit" Hiitr f Ii it lioo liLnn lirct Tr-I-A
three yers in Mtccession at the
1KTIj.X1 jIKCHAXIC'S FA I It.
AKo at Statf Fair.
ne trl.il U Midlcient to convince of its infe
riority. vv l hat Hie word CAPITOL ison each sack.
GEOltGF. SIIIF.L, 8 Stark St.,
Portland Agent.
VI 1'()X FISH ER. Astoria Agents.
1 I
i cm ci i rniQcimon
IS.
JOHN FUSSELL,
Manufacturer of and Dealer in
Harness, Saddles, Bridles,
' n hips, Brushes, Currj Combs. Etc.
' NONE BUT BEST STOCK USED.
FricestoSuittheTimes.
. t Shop on Chenaimis street, next door to j.
A" Montgomery s, Astoria, Oregon,
P.ARPFTS
TajBSttiBS
STORE
Hi Li
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
FAMILY GROCERIES
anner? i Fishermen's Supplies
Choice Teas
Java and C. K.. Coffee
Palace Drips
N. E. Maple Syrup
Clioice Canned Emits
French. Peas and Mushrooms
Pine Apple and Edam Cheese
Shrewsbury Ketchup
Canned Soups
Canned Shrimps
Deviled Crab
Spanish Queen Olives
Pickled Oysters
Plum Pudding
Cox's Gelatine
Orange Marmalade
Goods Sold at Lowest Cash Prices.
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&.
DrIFR IX
Hay, Oats, and Straw, Lime, BM, Cement, Saiiil anil Plaster
Wood Dellrcretl to Order. Urajlnir. Teamlni; ami Etjiress Business.
-I- TX. EfeJ- Ji ..a-i-.-J-Vy.-t 1
:-' -' --3&
TEU airily to the Captain, or to
DEALKK IK
Tin, Sliect Iron, and Copper Wai-e. A general assortment or Household Good1
aost for
ItlAGEE STOVES AND BADGES. THE KEST IS THE MARKET.
Plumblag yoods of all kinds on hand. Job work done in a woikwamike manner.
Plumbing, Gas Fitting and Cannery Work attended to promptly
On KeasonableTeinv.
Ciienninus Street, Next to C I. I'arkcr'n Store. Atoiia.- Orecon.
THE OREGON SHORT LINE.
11 TO 500 MILES THE SHORTEST; 12 TO 48 HOURS THEQUICKEST
TO
CHICAGO, BOSTON, NEW YORK,
And All Points Knit.
Jtatts 9S..1W to $I0.2.'5 I hi' Chrnpost lo
Council Bluffs, Omaha, Kansas City,
AND etiiki: POINTS.
Pullman Palnre nud Kiuitrrant Klcrpln Vuv hauled on Kxpress
TraiuH Inclusively -ltlinut t'liause.
If von are coins east urite for Hates. Mai sTinie Tables. fJiiidos and Knll Information.
KitHE of ghak(;k.
K. A. SOYES. b E. SIIUTK.
Agent, Astoria. Ticket Agt., Astoria.
R. CAIEMJr.LI.
(Joneral Asont. o, l. Wahinuton street, Portland, Oiegon.
m-"' i..'.g.j,in-iMiwiw ii ii Ki.iii.niu.uLJHy llb-iMl fiTMWBMB
Magnus C. Crosby
Dealer in
HARD! ABE, IRON, ST1L,
iron Pipe and Fittings,
STOVES, TIWWAR&
AND
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS
SHEET LEAD STRIP LEAD
SHEET SRON,
'jgire AND Copper.
TO THE HONORABLE, THE COUNTY
Court of the County of Clatsop, Ogn.
Gjottlemen- : We, your petitioners, resi
dents anil voters of the precinct of Upper
Astoria, Clatsop county, Oreson. hereby pe
tition your honorable body that jou grant
a license to Peter Uracil to sell wines, malt
and spirituous liquors in less quantities
than one quart, in the precinct of Upper
Astoria, for a period of six months from the
25th day of Marcli 16SC :
Jens Feelricksen, Erick Johnson, "Win.
AValilL'ren, C. Drainnis, T. F. K le, II. Marks
C. Eklund. C. Thompson, II. Iiumoei. Alick
Hansen, II. Gmbe, J. T. Sants. S.m Olesen.
Gnstaf Enborn. John Kopp, Ohf W. Peiler
sen, Enist I.ibke. Charles Anderson, Gus
tov Uintgen, Harry ISenson. Joseph Kcd
mond, O. Ilartnian. O. A. Johnson. Carli
Mattis, Frank Stephan, C. A. Unberg,
Charles Olvis, Enok Petersen, Andrew Han
sen. N. Petersen, C. I. AVoole, Au-r Norberg,
A. Lundsten, Gnstaf Carlson, II. Pederson.
John Olson, A. J. Amundsen, C. L. Strom,
C. P.Oleson. C.Klein, G. V. Fisher, Peter
Clausen, E-Minard, Harry Freeman, Peter
Hawkias.C.G.Christenscn. Alfred Andersen
Wm. Thompson, Peet Docth, L. O. Embom,
Chris Malcoven. C. V. Johnson, II, K. Urolir,
C. Leinenweber, Nichlas Tarbott, Chas.
Wlckstrom, Fred Wright. Geo. BieloJi. W.
L. McEwan, Chris. Johnson, L. Smith, Wm.
Smith, J. Sheas, S. Cumnings. Ole A. Haa
ven, A. Uttsinger, B. Hansen, N. Nelssnn, C.
II. Lysalle Lewis G. Haaven. Frank Lind
strom Kobt. Cliristle, Sam Kroger, Geo.
Bender, S. nansted, John n. Palmer. A.
Young. G. W. Morton, E. D. ltichardson, E.
Thompson. S. L.Johnson.
GILBERT GHRISTIANSEH,
General Blacksmith ag.
Horseshoeing a Specialty,
Shop in Rear of Aug. Danlelson's Saloon.
2 All Work Guaranteed.,
SONS;
India Currie Powder
Boston Baked Beans
Eahama Pine Apple
London Layer Raisins
Breakfast Gems
Crushed Indian
Germea
Chow Chow
Choice Dried Emits
Choice Eancy Crackers
Salem Capitol Mills Flour
Cove Mills Flour
Dupee Hams
Breakfast Bacon
Goodwin Butter
Etc. Etc. Etc.
--1 i irnidfci MM mil
?
STH1IIIKR
Kfi CLARA PARKER
Eben P. Parker,Master.
ForTOWIXO, FRKIOIir orCHAK
II. It. PAKEKK.
WILL
Cut Faster
AND
EASIER
Than any oth
er axe made.
Hundreds ot
' woodmen tes
tify to its supe
riority. It goes
Deep and Xerer
Sticls.
CARNAHAN
& CO.,
Agents Astoria,
Price, $1.50.
WM. LOEB & CO.,
Wines, Liquors and Cigars.
A Large Stock of
FIRST CLASS GOODS!
The Trade Supplied
AT LOWESTMARKET RATES.
All orders filled promptly and accurately.
Agents for First Class
Foreign and Domestic Brands
Slain Street,
Next door to Wells, Fargo's Express otlloe.
THOS. MAIRS;
Fasii
A Cood Fit Guaranteed.
CHAEGES MODERATE.
Pants, from S3 up. Suits from 20 up.
Shop opposite C.B. Cooper's.
PATDITEBAKJOUSt.'
J.C.Trullinger
f
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onabe
Tailor
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