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ASTORIA, ORBGOiY, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 20. 1890.
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Sews Items From All Oyer tie
ttrs TiiKuvc.11 mi: rusitv.ssiui.
Ice-cnttcrs on tho rivor n. Omaha
tfi $1.7i a tiny.
An Tudiana farmer has ma.lp a suc
cess of froj; farming.
The -wheel trust controls nearly all
i!.e great factories.
Snow sli welers at Grow Valley are
paiil S1.?0 an lunr.
The business men of In H-tna will
f ma a commercial league.
The New York potIIicc el rks un
ion has l.(X) members.
Guatemala contemplates a line of
railroad from ocean to ocean.
Near Atchison. Kan., 1,300 men are
at work cnlting ic? by electric light.
The Chicago inistal clerks are de
manding eight hours a day ami graded
lusumiice lates at San Francisco
are ffl per cent, higher than in other
Tlie Illinois Central has reduced
the rate to Miss mri river points over
2(1 Hr cent.
The Chicago coojers won the de
mand for 35 cents for barrel-; and -10
cents for tiercfs.
There are twenty-two Hour mills in
MinneaKilis. with a combined daily
capacity of 78 barrels.
Tlie Bricklayers and rasons inter
national union decided that it was not
time to demand eight hours.
At the principal iorts of the United
States lat year over nine million
bunches or bananas were imported.
The women temperance crusaders
of Lathrop. Mo., have formed a regu
lar organization for suppressing sa
loons. Troops have compelled Ixiomcrs to
have the town sites located on Indian
severalty lands on the Sioux reserva
tion. A cyclone swept over the parish of
fcast Carroll. La., mjuriug properly
and live stock and hurting a number
Captain Elisha Oakes, of Vinalha
wn, Maine, has 00,000 live lobsters in
his pond, from which he is shipping
Priuee Victor Dhulcep Singh has
sailed from Halifax to England leav
ing many creditors and a host of lady
Springer of Illinois will oppose the
admission of Idaho and Wyoming
He will bring in a bill to include
New Meiico and Arizona.
Oscar Roberts and Arthur Butcher
were arrested at Denver for conspir
ing to kidnap and extort money from
ex-Senator Tabor. They confessed.
The Liederkranze Eintraeht, of
Chicago saug an anthem over the
graves of Jefferson Davis and Sydney
Johnson, in the Melarie cemetery, New
Charles Gloster, of the United
States army and a member of the
Schwalka cxiedition, makes sensa
tional charges against secretary of
Joseph Hill man was hanged at
Voou!lorry, N. J., last November, for
the murder of a iwddler. His father
now says that Joseph's wife com
mitted the deed.
Wholesale forgeries have been com
mitted by ticket scalers in forging
certificates issued by the railroads to
those attending the electric light con
vention at Kansas City.
In a quarrel Itclwceu Daniel Paul
and Henry Glover, at Ashland, Ga.,
the latter, crazed by drink, stabbed
Paul and plunged the blade into his
own alvlomen. Neither of them can
Davis has introduced a bill
providing for pensioning at the rate
of $2T a month from March -1, 18S0,
all women army nurses during the
late war who rendered six months'
Secretary Windom has notified the
chairman of the house committee on
coinage, weights and measures that
to-lav ho will appear before that
committee and give his views upon the
In Chicago negotiations have been
opened for the construction of a 300
stamp mill in the mountains of China
to develop a rich gold quartz lode in
the province of Shantung. The job in
volves about $4,000,000.
Ex-representative Page, of Califor
nia has written a letter to the chair
man or the house committee on ways
and means severely criticising seerc
tary Windom's adverse reiort upon
the fur seal bill now pending in con
gress. A bill is now before the house labor
committee to pay laborers, or me
chanics, employed by the goverment
since June 23. 1SGS. the date of the
passage of the eight-hour law, for all
the time they have worked in excess
of eight hours a day. It involves be
tween four and five millions for navy
yjml -work alone.
The Itic Railroad Pral
New York, Feb. 18. It was not
possible to obtain from the officers of
the Northern Pacific in tliis city any
ooafinnation of tho Baltimore &
Ohio consolidation scheme which has !
been revived by recent dispatches
$125 AND $150 PER LOT
EOBB & PARKER, General Ag'te, Astoria.
from the west From sources practi
cally official, however, there came
statements and admissions, which go
a good way toward indorsing the
western announcement One of the
officers of the Northern Pacific
said: So far nothing like
the big deal suggested lias
been accomplished,"' but when pressed
to tell whether or not the project w as
in view, he practically admitted that
it was being worked upon. He pointed
out what he called "the manifold ad
vantages of control of the Baltimore &
Ohio by the Northern Pacific' It
was no new discovery, he said. Vil
lard had always been awake to the op
portunity in it, and it was added sug
gestively that the present holders of
Baltimore & Ohio securities are not
disinclined to sell out at a fair price.
Every representative railroad man
consulted regarding the report or the
big deal declared it was in no wise im
probable. It was exactly in line with
the policy which it is known had been
mapped out by Villard. It wonld at
once make him the leading railroad
magnate of the country. It would,
moreover, be just such an accom
plishment as would vastly redonnd
to his credit as a grant financier,
and would add immeasurably to his
prestige abroad. Further than this,
it would be of stupendous advantage
to the Northern Pacific property, and
by appreciating the value or all North
ern Pacificsecurilies would strengthen
Villard's grasp upon the confidence of
the security owners.
The most important fact bearing
upon the probability of the report is
the practically untold amount of
money at Villard's command. It is
suspected that when the 150,000,000
bond was lately authorized by the
Northern Pacific directors, A'illafd had
his eye upon this big Baltimore and
Things Worth Known!-;.
The official expenses of the cilv of
New York are 100,000 a day.
The word ''rivals' once meant neigh
bors who lived on the banks of a river.
The whole cost of the great Forth
bridge of Scotland is estimated at S10,
000,000. It costs Great Britain S3,312,200 an
nually for salaries and allowances to
the royal family alone.
Brazil has a law for the medical ex
amination of persons about to marry
to determine their fitness.
The New York Tribune estimates
that this country will have next Jnlv
a population of GG,700,(K)0.
Undo Sam pays his 200,000 em
ployes, including soldiers and sailors,
an average salary of SS2o apiece.
Of the eighty-two members or the
federal senate. New York can claim to
be the birth place of fourteen.
With less than 2.000,000 voters, the
colored race furnishes 1,01C,3SO of the
1,809,215 illiterate voters or the coun
try. Our presidents have all been law
yers and soldiers, and among them no
millionaire or man of excessive wealth
can bo found.
It is said that there are more dogs
than sheep in Missouri. Nearly every
fanner keeps from one to halt a dozen
In the English language there are
about 38,009 distinct words, or which
some 2S,090 in common use are from
Fortress Monroe is the largest sin
gle fortification in tho world. It has
already cost the United States over
Eight years ago it took a letter over
one hundred days to go around the
globe. Now the circuit can be made
in TO days.
In the year 1700 there was but one
newspaper in the United States. In
1S70 there were 5,871; this year there
are 10,319, the total for the United
States and Canada being 17,107.
Siitiic Salmon KtatNtirs.
Full returns of the exports of salmon
for the season to February 1st are now
to hand, the rail road shipments in Jan
uary being just received, and the an
nexed table shows the situation to
Salmon pack l.GT.O.OO')
KXPOBT SEASON TO FKltKOAUY 1, 18iO.
British Columbia 323,5')
Columbia llivcr by sea.. 127,490
From San Francisco to
Australasia 8G.420 .
East by sea T0,1G7
" ' rail 113,910
Pacific Islands 4.34G
Spanish America . ... 1 .2T.G-1 ,27S,r0G
Apparent Stock February 1st 371 ,404
Since the first of February 8,157
cases have been shipped from this port
to Australasia, 15,2tS cases to Europe,
12G cases to the Orient 29G cases to
the Pacific Islands and 22-1 cases to
Spanish America, a total of 24,071,
leaving tho apparent stock this date
317,333 cases. Locally the situation is
without change. -S F. Daily Com.
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A Bill Proyifliug for OrgaulzatiQU of
Tie Naval Militia.
.I-V7J .1 LSO A XATIOXAL :VAIU.
Washington, Feb. 17. The exten
sion of the naval militia system is the
object of a bill which congressma An
drew, of Massachusetts, has introduced
in the house. His idea is to encour
age a sort of naval training school un
der the different stale governments
which will fit men for active service in
the navy in case of war. The first two
sections are as follews:
Section 1. That the sum of 50.000
is hereby appropriated, to be paid out
of any money in the treasury not oth
erwise appropriated, for the purpose
of providing arms, ordnance, ammuni
tion and equipment for issue to the
Section 2. That the appropriation
shall be apportioned under the direc
tion of the secretary of the navy
among the several slates, which shall,
on or l)efore July 1, 1890, have created
a naval militia according to the num
ber of senators and representatives to
which each of said states respectively
is entitled in the congress of the
United States, as compared with the
total niunber of senators and repre
sentatives from all of said slates and
to the District of Columbia such pro
portion and imder such regulations as
the president may prescribe; provided,
however, that no state shall be enti
tled to the benefits of the appropria
tion aportioned to it unless the num
ber of its regularly enlisted, organized
and uniformed active militia shall be
at least twenty men for each senator
and representative to which such state
is entitled in the congress of the
United Stales, and the amount of said
appropriation which is thus deter
mined not to be available is to be cov
ered back into the treasury.
The third section provides for the
issue of arms under the direction of
the secretary of the navy and that
they shall be annually accounted for
by the goveranicnt'of the states.
The fourth section provides for the
disposition of arms and equipments
which become unseviceable.
By section five the secretary of the
navy is authorized to permit the naval
militia to drill on board the receiving
ship or ships assigned as of the naval
reserve or to be embarked on board
ships in commission, or he may assign
for their use any vessel unfit for sea
The sixth section authorizes the
secretary to permit officers of the naval
militia to attend a course of torpedo
instructions or a course at the naval
college, and the seventh section auth
orizes the secretary to detail an officer
of the navy tcassist in the instruction
of the militia.
A house committee on militia has
ordered a favorable rejort on the bill
introduced by Mr. Henderson of Iowa
to promote efiicency or the militia. 11
provides that the militia shall consist
of every ablebodied male citizen who
is more than 18 and less than 15 years
of age, and such acceptable male citi
zens as may volunteer for military
duty. The militia shall be divided
into twoclasses, organized to be known
as the national guard, and unorgan
ized to be known as the reserve militia.
The reserve militia shall not be liable
to any military duly except when
called into service by an act of eon
grcss and upon the proclamation of
The national guard shall cunsi-t or
such regularly enlisted troops as are
or may bo organized in the several
suites ana territories in pursuance
witli their respective laws: provided,
however, that the original enlistment
shall be for not less than three years,
and rc-enlisrmenl Tor not lcs than
one year, and in both eases with the
provision that if such enlistment
sliMiild expire during the time when
in the service of the United Slates
that it shall continue until tho ex
piration of the time for which called
into sen-ice butshall not exceed ninety
The bill also appropriates 100,000
and supplies to the national guard.
It also establishes a bureau of militia
in the war department
The train was just pulling out of
Weston, Mo., for St Joe, when one of
the nassenirors in the smuVpr mil
his head so far out of tho window
that a man near him felt it his duty to
utter a note of wamiug.
'Yes it is a little risky,' replied the
man as ho pulled in his head and sat
down, 'but I was looking fnr n irrnro
in that field. Beckon it has been
plowed under and forgotten."
"How did they happen to bun- him
'ItS a Slid fitorv. p-nntlnmoiv vnrr
sad. It was just ten years ago this
month, and 1 was living here then.
A strauger came in from the west
with three horses to sell, and ho acted
so queerly that we clapped him in jail.
He never denied that he stole 'em, and
ons night the bovs turned out and
hung him to a tree back there That
used to be our way of discouraging the
business and I believe it is still prac
ticed farther west We buried him
near the tree and it was his grave I
was looking for."
'Never denied it eh?' queried-one
of the listeners.
"Never did, although we gave him
Call Early and Take Your
every chance. Just a week from the
time he was hung we found out that
he was an honest, honorable fanner,
living about forty miles below us.
While he hadn't stolen the horses, lie
had killed a man, and he no doubt
believed we were hanging him for
that We felt mean enough when we
discovered that he was no horse-thief,
and that all he had done was to pop a
man over, and a Kansas man at that.
and he must have been sadly puzzled
over our conduct Ave made such
reparation as we could, however."
"In what way?"
"We rounded-up tho grave, passed
resolutions of sympathy for tho wife,
sent the horses on home, and a few
months later I went up and married
the widow. She's in tho next car be
hind." - Now York Sun.
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remedy, at last found a recipe which
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death. Any sufferer from this dread
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stamped envelope to Prof. J. A. Law
rence, SS Warren St, New York City,
will eceive the recipe free of charge.
At Cheyenne, Eugene Callahan,
aged, sixteen, fired threo ineffectual
shots at Maude Hall, aged fifteen,
then shot himself dead. Cause, un
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3Then cha was a Child, she cried for Castoria,
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Teachers' Public Examination, 1st
ritilE TEACIIEltS PUBLIC EXAMINA
X tion Tor Clatsop county, Oregon, will be
held at tlu Cedar street school house ; to
commence at 12 o'clock si., on the 2Cth day
of Feuruary. A- D. 1890. No one will he ad
mitted into the class after the examination
questions are opened, Stranpers must hrlng
recnminemlatioiK as to their moral charac
ter, endowed hy two persons known to the
.superintendent- C W. SHIVELY,
superintendent Puldte instruction.
Asotin. Or., Fehruary 1 't 1KX.
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News Items froiAU Oyer tie Nortl
CULLED FROM OVR EXCHANGES.
Milton, lias an epidemic of scarlet
Pendleton now has two cases -of
Oregon City is agitating the erec
tion of a large hotel.
Sponges have recently been found
in Uibraltar pass, on Jfuget sound.
Tncoma's exposition building is to
cover 8,000 square feet and cost 8125,
000. Spokane Falls has a furniture firm
that overstocked themselves and failed
The city engineers of Tacoma have
decided that vitrified brick make the
Collector of customs, Max Fracht, of
Juneau, Alaska, ha3 been charged
Arthur Proebstel was drowned in
La Camas creek, near Vancouver, last
Tuesday, while rafting logs.
Baker City and Pendleton will make
an effort to have tho Republican stnte
convention held in either of these re
Tho Yaqnina bay people are getting
anxious over their proposed life-saving
station. Its establishment should not
be longer delayed.
The latest returns from distant
!)arts ' of tho county show the actual
osses in bridges and roads destroyed
aggregate over 850,000 in Lane
Mrs. C. P. Stratton, aged 87 years,
died in Salem Saturday evening. She
was a pioneer woman of Oregon, and
came across the plains from Pennsyl
vania in 1852.
There is a family living a few miles
from Jacksonville, whoso average
height is great. One son looks down
on struggling humanity from an alti
tude of 6 feet 6 inches.
Spokane Falls gamblers wero again
raided last Tuesday by the law and
order league. The doors were broken
in with axes, and every player, as well
as the gamblers, was arrested.
A Montana paper refuses a request
to publish the Ten Commandments
"under tho plea that some of the sub
scribers would regard them as aimed
at them and would stop the paper.
A prominent merchant of Eugene,
who is a large buyer of wheat, says
that the boi-tom has almost completely
dropped out of the wheat market He
estimates that one-half the crop of
1889 in Lane county is in the hands of
Antouelle, of tho Antonelle & Dee,
contractors on the Elgin branch of
the Union Pacific, has made arrange
ments to commenco work on their
contract at La Grando at once. They
have advertised for 500 men and 200
teams, to commence on March 1.
Tho Kate and Annate lying on her
beam ends, bang up against the bulk
head, at Oyatcrville, Yaqnina bay, and
full of water. She is so high that she
does not lloat at full tide. A log
strnck her and carried nway her fore
rigging. Capt. Lntjens is now with
the lioat trying to mend her ways.
A statement by assistant stato
treasurer Slater shows that financially
Oregon is very healthy. Tho esti
mated receipts for the present biennial
term aro 82,300,000, against which tho
estimated expenses will bo $2,000,000.
The school fund for tho present year
will amount to Sl.756,700.
Indians on the Siletz reservation in
the southern end of Tillamook county
are doomed to slow bntsure extinction.
As a tribe they aro very unhealthy,
and many of them have died recently.
They are decreasing so fast that it is
only a matter of a short time when
the reservation will be opened to white
E. F.Sox tells tho Albany Herald
tho banks of tho Willamette are tho
scenes of much destruction. At tho
"Wills warehouse opposite Miller's sta
tion he saw 3,000 bushels of mined
wheat thrown into the river. At In
dependence was a hugo pile of 10,000
bushels which had been spoiled by
tho flood and thrown into the river.
It is not generally known that beav
er, otter, mink, etc., yet make their
homes along the Umatilla river.
Helms Bros., who cut wood for 0. C.
Fanning about two miles below Pen
dleton, tell the Pendleton paper they
have trapped several of these animals,
and disposed of their pelts at a profit
able figure. Mink aro quite plentiful,
but it is only occasionally that a
beaver or otter is captured.
Thus singeththe Boseburg Plain
dealer: Tho universal cry now is:
How long, oh! railroad, oh! how long
shall we endure delay r Oh, haste
thee, haste thee, is our song and bring
the welcome day. "When letters, pa
pers, magazines, shall on our tables
lay. We've cursed the railroads good
and strong, and damned them day by
day, e'en when the cars came quick
and strong; but now we damn them
for delay. Still 'tis the burden of our
song, "Give us a railroad to Coos
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In consequence of the demand for those
beautiful lerel lots. Mr. P. C. Warren has
been induced to plat ninety-six lots
Adjoining Warren ton on the East.
Which will be known and sold as
East Warrenton !
THE RAILKOAD runs through tho plat,
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on the first bench above the tide land, are
clear and level, and good water obtainable
within ten feet of surface. Prices from S6U
to $75 ; $20 down, balance $10 per month.
Ten Acres, suitable for platting, clear and
level : on county road and within easy drive
Front Comer Kcsidence Lot in Block Xo.
Six Lots in Block 9, ADAIR'S ASTORIA,
running clear through the block, and mak
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block from Columbia river and street car
line. Price, SI ,050, part cash.
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FRANK W. BEACH. OF PORTLAND,
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