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g&s Oadig storimx,
ISSUED EVERY MORNING.
D. C. XREI.AXn : : Pl'RMSIfER.
A&torwit Ihuuliiifi, Cass street.
Terms of Subscription :
Served by Carrier, per week il Cents
Sent by mail, tour months ? 00
Sont by maiUmc ye.ir 'J OU
Free of l'onnsro to ubcribors.
irAdvcruoracnts inserted by the year at
tic rate of SI . per iiuirc per month.
Transient ndvorti-in::. by the day or week,
fifty coats per shu-jso for each insertion.
The Daily .wtoimas will he ml by
mail at 'Scent a month. 7 rcc of postage. Head
ers who contemplate absence from the citu can
haw. Tiirc Astoj::at lolhnv them, Daii.v
wr Webki.y tulUmnx lo any pot-oJticc with-o-it
aiimt tonal 'Xjiutsc. Adarcsse may lie
enanyca a often a acsirci. Leave oraer at
the cmintina ffttm.
Ward's theatre to-night.
Steamer Ancon bails for San Fran
The bark Rival arrived at Knappton
Re.sette company will be tendered a
benefit at Metropolitan hall on Saturday
-Mrs. V. Annetta Pekham of Cali
fornia, will deliver a series of lectures
on temperanee at the Congivjrational
church, commencing to-morrow eve
ning at 8 o'clock i x. No admission
will be charged, and a cordial invitation
is extended to all.
Ladies before purchasing your
summer hat or other apparrcl call on
Mrs. 11. A. Derby, she will be delighted
lo show you htr elegant stock just pur
chased bv herself in San Francisco and
if she cannot pleae you there is no use
in looking further.
poi.icn couirr ii. . pahki:r .t.
May 13, 187J).
E. .Ycss, profane and abusive langu
age: fined .$.". paid.
Wdk Cnlwcllf disorderly; deposit of
Dr. Winy, keeping opium den: con
tinued until May Mth at 2 o'clock p. m.
This evening Mr. J. M. Ward and
fiiii P.arriii f'lo pirn Woivl fnrrntlwit xtrifli
the entireMramaticcompanvwill appear .Kelly, do not allow my friends to at
jn a splendid bill consisting of Itlic beaiiti- tempt any demonstration on me when
iul drama m two acts entitled "King x . J ,
Charles the ii or the Merry Monarch," J get back. I am now a private
to be followed by Hie olio Jn which for cltizen , and prefer to go and come
the firttime in thiscitvMr. T. Piercey ' l &
-will give his excellent violin solo, Dutch quietly. 1 must now rush into busi
jpecialtiesby Mr. Gere and reciuitlon I ,. Notwithstanding which his
by A. C. Sutherland, to conclude with
ihe laughable Irish farce "Paddy Miles friends did turn out, as the
Boy" in which character Mr. Ward will y. i lt tn i j . fi
sing and dance- Mr. Ward is an actor naa a rint to ao' an maao
of excellent merit and in Irih charac-jan enthusiastic demonstration, at
tens has few equals on this coast If the tiie niJ:nta -bovo named We
attendance is only as meritorious as thc,a" uie polllts aDine llftmea- "c
talent ot the company there certainly were a fellow passenger with
ought to be a large house. Mr. Ward -r -f;fi,n n, ;n iv,, !,,
has iienerouslv Tendered a benefit to iMr Mitchell on the tram from Bose-
Kescue Engine company No. 2, the pro-
-cims u ko lowarus uie purcnase in a
head light for their beautiful engine.
It will include Saturday matinee and
After having been in session for
nearly two weeks, the board of local
inspectors Capt. Geo. EL Flanders,
inspector of hulls, and James Lotan,
inspector of boilers, report the fol
After a full investigation and a care
full leview of all the testimony inquir
ing into the lo.ss of the steamship dreat
Republic, we find that Capt James Car
roll did wrong in giving the ship in
charge-of Pilot Doig and allowing him
to attempt to cross the Columbia river
bar in the nisht We, suspend his li
cense as master of steam vessels for six
months from date.
We find that Pilot Thomas Doig acted
imprudently in attempting to bring the
Great Republic over the Columbia
river at night thereby endangering the
lives of so many persons and so much
valuable property. We suspend his
license as pilot on steam vessels for
twelve months from this date.
After a very careful investigation of
the condition of the steamship Great
Republic we find that she was tight,
staunch and in a seaworthy condition
when stranded near Sand Island.
(Signed) Geo. II. Flaxdkks,
Inspector of Hulls,
J amiss Lotax.
Inspector of Boilers.
Portland, Oregon, May 12,1870.
The above findings are, by no
means, final. Either Captain Carroll
or Pilot Doig, or both, am appeal
from the decision of the Board and
bring the matter directly before Mr.
O. C. Beamis, General Supervisor and
Inspector for the Pacific coast. All
the testimony and the findings have
been reduced to writing, and a copy
has been forwarded to Mr. Beamis.
Ii an appeal is taken, Mr. Beamis can
examine the evidence and can reverse,
modify or confirm the decision of the
Board here as he may deem proper.
Single copies of the Weekly Astoria
neatly done up, with stamps to pre-pay
postage affixed, for sale at this office.
Send & copy to your friends in other parts
of the world. Price, 10 cents copy.
CtlKMKTJCA IIOTRL, J
SAI.KM, May lOlll, 1879. )
Genial Capt. A. P. Ankeny was
the first person to inform us, at Rose
burg 3'esterday, that the good people
of Astoria had awakened themselves
and partaken of the railroad topic to
the extent of at least incorporating
the "Astoria and Wiimemucca rail
road company." Good ; the move
ment is just such a one as should have
I been made five years age . We have
alum's held that Astoria would step
. , .
"ie iront at tne proper umc; ami
now we know it. This action, on the
part of Astorians will prove to be one
of the most opportune events, in herj
history, if properly carried out. Ex
Senator Mitchell reached Rosehnrg
yesterday pretty well worn out from
the fatigue of an overland journey,
but he is looking remarkably well,
and has not lost an iota of the energet
ic characteristics of his life by having
served a term of six years in the
councils of the nation. lie was per
suaded to come overland by Postal
Agent Steel, on the assurance that the
roads were splendid. Mr. Steel was
slightly mistaken however, as the
roads are perfectly awful, the result
of the prolonged bad weather,,
for which Mr. Steel cannot ho
justly held responsible. The peo
ple all along the line, from south
ern Oregon to Portland, turned out
and gave Mr. Mitchell a very elegant
reception at all points. Jacksonville.
Ashland, Roseburg, Junction, Albany,
Salem, Aurora, Oregon city, Portland,
etc., acted wisely in this matter.
Astoria would have done likewise, had
the gentleman passed that way. At
Roseburg it was our pleasure to be
present. Mr. Mitchell was warmly
welcomed by Hon. L. F. Lane, re
cently a dignified and honored mem
ber of the house of cougress, and
there we heard from the lips of our
senator a brief but interesting address,
cheerful and hopeful. He did not
expect to be received in a public j
manner, and we may as well state
here that previous to his departure
from Washington in writing to Collec
tor Kelly on business he closed his let
ter with these werds: ""Now, friend
burjr to Salem, and the warmth of the
f- ,. ,!,. j ,. i- i .,.
""" lu"ucltu w -"-- "uv - li'
preciated from an incident wliich oc
curred at Junction. One of the citi-
zens of Junction, addressing his re
marks to Mr. Mitchell said: "Senator,
do 3ou recollect a speech (citing the
same) made by you to the people of J
Lane county upon a certain day (re-
ferring to the occasion)." "I remem-,
oer it very wen; replied iur. m.;
. 11 It l - mt
"Well sir; we feel here that that ad
dress had something to do with send-
ing you to the United States senate;
and on behalf of the people of this
part Of this valley I now invite j'ou to j
come and address us again, because, 1
sir; we wish to again send you to the j
senate!" As indicated in his letter to j
Mr. Kelly, Mr. Mitchell must now !
rush into business, and he will re
sume the practice of law in Portland.
Mrs. Mitchell and the family will re
turn to Oregon as soon as the term of
I school closes at which the childreitoare !
now in attendance. j ing the supply of food fishes, and there
Salem has not very materially changed can be no more propriety in permit
since our last visit The Capitol is i ting the waters of these streams to
advancing toward completion so far as flow profitlessly in this respect to the
the appropriation, economically ex-: sea than there would be in neglecting
pended, can advance it, and before the cultivation of arable lands eligibly
the next assembly will be found to be 1 situated for productive purposes.
very conveniently arranged. Mr. T. I
R;M.r v--,i ......I - ' Lodging H ov.se. Furnished moms
w5W en, -u.uv.u im..,iu
of Portland, has the principal con
tract. Mr. Earhart informs us that
at least $20,000 will be saved by the
using of galvanized iron for the cor
nices, and add just as much to the
appearance and durability of the build
ing as the heavy wood or iron cornices
formerly in use for such purposes.
This galvanized work is the result of
experiences with iron and wood in the
great fires of Boston and Chicago.
1 Governor Thayer we did not see.
We met Mr. Bush, and feel a pride in
saying that so far as we are able to
observe the affairs of state generally
are in very competent hands. Mr.
Frank E. Hodgkins, assistant to Mr.
Earhart in the secretarys office is a
very able and capable assistant to ours,
the best secretary in any of the states.
Bro. Sin thews still keeps this ele
gant hotel in superb style. He is at
present renovating for spring would
have done it sooner, but the advent of
spring having been delayed by winter's
frolicsome freaks there is time
enough to renovate somewhere near
summer. Mr. Fred Howard is still
at the desk.
We shall visit Orient Lodge this
evening with Bro. Young, formerly of
Astoria, now of the Salem Mills,
wliich by the way is undergoing
changes wliich will in ike it the largest,
as it is now one of the finest, in the
state. Before closing this letter we
must impart some joyful news to us,
if not readers- of The Astorian. We've
struck a Bonanzi! A fine large
wheat steamer, commanded by Capt.
Tackelbery; Purser Troup; and shall
sail for Portland at 5:30 a. m. to
morrow. This arrangement will com-'
pel us to breik two engagements to
meet friends about dinner time, at
their homes in Salem, but it. will place
us one day nearer our accustomed
dinner table, and that's just where we
want to be, as soon as jvissible.
p. c. I.
When a shower has stopped
and the flowers are weighed down,
with crystalline gems, am! the
songsters make the woodland ring
with divinest melody , and the rain
bow spans the vaulted dome of
heaven, it makes & man feel unex
pressibhr happy. It makes him
feel just as he does when he is
looking behind the clock he dis
covers a cigar which he never
dreamed had dropped there.
According to statistics recently
collected by the governor of St. Peters
burg there are in Bussia 100,000 in
sane persons. The Bussian papers
have been complaining of the bad
condition and management of the in
sane as3Tlums. which in most cases are
in the nature of barracks, rather than
hospitals. The Bussian medical
organs have also taken the ground
that insanity should be legally recog
nized a sufficient cause for divorce,
since it is a transmissable disease.
A dress woven from the webs of
the large spiders common in South
America has been presented to Queen
Victoria by the Empress of Br;izil,
H exceeds in fineness any manufac
tured silk known, and is very hand
Spaniards, nearly two hundred
years ago, endoavorod to make gloves,
stockings, and other articles of spiders'
webs, but they yielded so little profit,
and necessitated so much trouble, that
the manufacture was abandoned. In
1710 the calculation was made that
the webs of 700,000 spiders would be
required for about 40 yards of silk.
guch dresses are occasionally se
illy seen in
Missouri has succeeded in tho at-
tempt to get a law for the creation of a
fish commission, and the appropriation
of a sum of money to establish a
hatchery for fish propagation. Her
legislature had before been importuned
to sive some attention to fish culture,
as has been given in all other states
where the conditions are favorable for
the business, but it is only recently
awakened to the importance of the
enterprise. There are numbers of
streams in Missouri suited for increas-
t(l let at rea,,01iauie rates at Mrs. Mun-
son's, Chenenamus st., Astoria.
Best Salem Hour is sold in this
city at 5 50 per barrel by Warren &
Boat sponges, wholesale and retail
at Dements drug store, Astoria.. Five
thousand just received.
Baby carriages of the best styles,
and at low prices, at Loeb's.
to Yearn dress making. v "
'Xfi'e Cfnnro Tt'icllOC fvft ontiranfinnc
AROUND THE CITY.
I. C. Johnson may be found at the
Occident in Astoria every Monday,
Wednesday, and Friday evening, ready
to attend to messenger duty in Portland
or to points along the river in a satisfac
Keep your blood pure and vour
health must be good, the irreat purifier
is Pfunders Oregon Blood'Purifier. All
Astoria druggists have it now.
I our complexion is sallow, and
skin yellow, your liver is affected.
Obtain from your druggist a bottle of
Pfunders Oregon Blood Purifier.
.New invoice ot those Medallion
Ranges at Magnus C. Crosby's.
P. J. Goodman, on Main street, has
just received the latest and most fash
ionable style of gent and ladies boots,
A new lot of full bound blank, and
receipt books, specially for use in can
neries, at the City Book store.
If von want a good glass of beifr-go
to M.ix Wagner's Great Eastern saloon.
He has just received 4J0 barrels of San
Francisco bock beer.
The proprietor o fche Chicago
house.whoin e erybody knows as ; popu
lar caterer, has fixeuC his hotel up in
splended style,. It Ls all newly painted
and furnished, and is one of the most
attractive- places on Main street. Call
around; eery luxury of the season at
the Chicago house.
Mr.L StewarUstouo and marble
cutter of Astoria will guarantee satis
faction to all ordering work of him. and
will do a letter job. for less money than
aay outside workman. 1 1 is worlc iii the
cemetery here should be sufficient recom
meiidatioH. Before von let vour con
tracts for work of this kind it would be
well tn call upon Mr. Stewart.
M. C. Crosby is prepared to do all
kinds of jobbing in the plumbbig and
stcnitt, fitting line; also, bath tubs, and
water backs for stoves and ranges fur
nished on shortest notice.
-"Fresh fruits and vegetables at
"Oysters served in every stvle at
the-Walla Walla llestaurant.
... Fresh oysters in every style at
Schmeers'. See advertisement.
Freh oysters in every style and
at all hours at tin- Pioneer restaurant.
lust received per Elder 2,000
pounds, S-ftouud sheet lead, for sale at
lowest rates at Magnus C. Crosby's.
Xow that building is reviving in
Astoria, bear in mind the fact that Peter
Iluney is well supplied with all kinds of
buildiug materials which he is prepared
to dispuse of to all at very lowest rates.
When you are locking for a place
to amuse yourself, drop in at Max Wag-
ner's, Great Eastern saloon, and listen
to the organ and take a glass of his fine
San Francisco beer.
Get your baskets filled for a little
money at Bailey's.
Any one having seen any of the fol
lowing things among the baggage, lost
on the Great Republic, will do a pas
senger a favor by reporting at this
Photographs, with the initials E. M. L.
Meitfeal notes and verses in manuscript.
A medical compendium surgeon's 111
striunentSt Opthalniiscope, Cqddwgton
To an AJiicted Paqile:
Dr. II. F. Adams who has spent the
past year in Paris, France is now stoj
plng at the Parker House, Astoria. The
atllicted would do well to call on Doctor
Adams while in Astoria, as his stay is
neoessarily short. Consultation free.
Mrs. E. IC. llinker wishes to announce
to the ladies of Astoria and vicinity,
tha.t she will remain in the city for two
weeks, and in conjunction with Mrs. i.
T. McKean will teach her svstem of
Dress Cutting to any who wish to avail
themselves of this opportunity.
White Darling potatoes at Berg
man & Berry's.
Mr. G. Hansen watchmaker and
jeweller of long experience, has perma
nently established himself in business
in Caulield's drug store, Chenamu.s
street. Astoria. Watches and .lewclry
cleaned and repaired. Hems re-set. En
graving a specialtv. All work guaran
teed. Give hun a trial and be your o.vn
judge of his workmanship. lie will
soon add to his s.tock a well selected in
voice of Watches. Jewelry, Silver and
plated ware, which he will be able to
sell nt very low prices.
BOATS AND NETS.
LOST AND FOUND should be promptly
advertised in Tub Astokiax. to secure
.speedy restoration of property to the right
TO RENT A nice cottage, with six
rooms ; water in the house. Inquire of
Jas. MeGee, on the roadway near Devlin's
NOTICE is hereby given that the copart
nership heretofore exist'ng between the
undersigned is this day dissoh ed by mutual
consent. O. F. BELL.
Astoria, May 7, 1S79. d&wlw
To Whom It May Concern.
FROM AND AFTER THIS DATE, I here
by appoint F. M. Bartholow as my duly
authorized agent for the transaction of my
business in Oregon and Washington territory.
Astoria, April 17. 1879.
THE ASTORIA BREWERY
RUDOLPH BARTH & MICHAgl MEYER,
Corner of Olney and Water strcats,
Best quality of LAGER BEER a cts. per glass
Choice Wines, Liquors, and Oigars always
sarThe patronage of the publjp i respect
fully solicited. Orders for Lagor or Bottled
Beer in any quantity promptly filled.
The best luncn the season will afford
furnished day and nteht FREE.
Lessee and Manager
Leader of Orchestra,
Jam. N; WtofH.
Wednesday Ev'ng., May; tlk
Second appear.iace of
MR. JAfES 31. WARD,.
.llrs. IV. ii. Tcunut, 3!r. A. C. Sutherland,.
FaseUe (frrc, K I chard Beat,,
Fred Adams, And others.
All of tlu above talented Artii will appear
in the Comic Drama, entitled
KING CHARLES THE II.:.
THE 31 ERR Y ilIOXlRGH. .
"Violin Solo. - - Mr. T. Tiero
Dutch Specialties - -.. Fayette Gera.
Recitation - A. C. Sutherland.
To conclude with
iaix :ih;,es By..
Hatin&e Saturday, at 2 P. Efc
Grand Rcitcfi$ to, Rescue Xo, 2V
For tbjE? purchase of. a head light for their
magnificent Kngmc. Tickets to be had ot.
any of the members.
Hill's ii Yarietf Tkatre,
NEW AND ELE&ANT BOXES,.
SITTUSTl ROOZUS, STC.
Ttt Decorations of the New Theatre wer.
executed by Mr. ij Holt.
NEW AND ELABORATE SCENERY.
Painted by Mr. "Wai. West. Architect and:
Builder Mr. Keuible.
On and after this date will be given a
First Class Entertainment
Which for Refinement and Novelty canno;
be equalled on this coast. Oifr Per
formance Commences with our
First Part of Male and Femate
Singing, Dancing, Acrobatic Feats
Negro Sketches, Trapeze Performers
Pantomimists and Jugglers. (l
HOUSE CROWDED NIGHTLY
To see our Refined and Unequalled enter
tainment. New Acts, New Song's and com
plete change of Programme twice a week..
GEO, JHIX, :propjieter:
Entrance to Boxes and Circle on Cbena
inus Street. Performance to commence
at eight oVlock precise.
Two, rlrips liaily to Vpper Towt
MR. F. SHERMAN takes pleasure in an-,
uouucing tltp fact that he has perfected
arrangements fur- making two regular trips
daily to Upper Astoiia and back, regular
street ear stylo, for passengeis and small
its-Will leave J. W. Gilbarts, the Parker
Hoibre, and the Oceideut, daily at It a.'m.
and :i p.m. Returning will leave Van Dti
sen's upper town store. Fare for the round
trip 2a cents.
Astoria Wood Yard.
Foot of Lafayette street, Astoria, Oregon.
DUSIIARM & CO., - PROPRIETORS.
All kinds of wood delivered to any part of
the city, sawed or unsawed. dim
GOING! GOING! GOING!
30 Days From This Data
WILL BE SOLD
At Cost at the
CITY BOOK STORE
Books, Stationery, Chromos,
And a variety of other goods too numerp,is.
Chas. Stevens & Son,.
Who is Elected?
Great Eastern Saloon,
CONCOMLY ST., AST0r4At
THIS FAVORITE RESORT HAS JUST
been relitted and stocked with
ALL THE BEST BRAXIS
Imported and Domestic Wlfees a4
JTiiquors, Cigars and Tobacco.
f San Frnncfe-pp Beer Ave cents a glas,