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FRIDAY NOVEMBER lo. l!S5
77.V PLATE MAKING RESTRICTED.
(Joi.oir.i.v river can tiers and
others who have spent any time
regretting the fact that the United
States is not extensively engaged
in making tin plates will be inter
ested to know that British tin
plate makers are contributing a
fund to present to a Mr. James
Spence as a recognition of his suc
cessful efforts to bring about a
combination of makers to reduce
the production of tin plates by 25
per cent. The London Iron Ex
change says of it that the "true
benefactor of his country was once
described as the man who caused
two blades of grass to grow where
one grew formerly, but the tin.
plate makers do not apply this
principle to their industry. They
consider that the true benefactor
of the tin plate trade is the man
who causes a mill which formerly
turned out 2,000 boxes of plates
monthly to produce only 3,500."
Alter referring to the fact that the
tin plate workers, as a conse
quence, have lost one-fourth of
their wages of late, it is suggested
lo the tin plate manufacturers that
they may produce to the full if tin
plates be "sold for cash against or
der delivery" and manufacturers
"pay cash for their bars and fuel."
The paper named adds that "the
depression in the tin plate trade is
not. owing to free trade, for
the markets ol the world
are absolutely and entirely
in the hands of South "Wales. No
one knows better than Mr. Spence
that it is "the underselling of
needy maker.-, who pay their cred
itors by four months1 bills anil who
receive cash on delivery for their
plates, that lias ruined the tin plate
Acvoi:iin: to the Doise City
Statesman the first massacre of
Chinese in the United States took
place in Idaho in 18GS, when sev
enty of them were killed by Indi
ans. They had left the mines of
Nevada, and were proceeding in
bands to the placers of Idaho, in
search of work and gold. It was
the first time Chinamen had ever
been seen by the Shoshone In
dians, and they were the last they
wanted to see. A freighter who
was well known to the Indians ot
that section, camped near the
creek where the massacre took
place on the day following, and
the Shoshone chief explained to
him how it all happened. "Mcbe
so, mcbe not. lie no white man,
he no nigger, he no Injun. lie
go quack! quack! like um duck.
He no good; Injun kill um all."
The Shoshone then went through
all the motions of pulling the
queues and lifting the heathens'
scalps, with many grimaces, and
to the great delight of the freighter.
The summary method of Idaho
leds in settling the Chinee ques
tion was adopted lv the early
miners of ('-omji- d'Ait-ne. This
has reference, pmUr.bly. lo the
killing of ('hints.- in Owyhee
county, an ac.-omr " nhieii was
published :tl. tlif turn-.
Thirteen piMson.- ha v. been
arrested at Seattle, indictments
having been found against them
by the grand jury for alleged vio
lation of Article 1 of the Chinese
treaty which says: "If Chinese la
borers, or Chinese of any other
class, now either permanently or
temporarily residing in the terri
tory of the United States, meet
with ill treatment at the hands of
any other persons, the government
of the United States will exert all
its power to devise measures for
their protection, and to secure to
them the same rights, privileges,
immunities and exemptions as may
be enjoyed by the citizens or sub
jects of the most favored nation,
and to which they are entitled by
Tiik San Francisco Call of the
11th, in an editorial referring to
a matter under discussion by some
Nevada papers, to annex southern
portions of Grant and Baker coun
ties, Oregon, and Owyhee county,
Idaho, to Nevada, in order to
lighten her burden of taxation,
says: "It is stated that large
property holders in the Oregon
counties favor annexation to Ne
vada. Public opinion in Owyhee
county, Idaho, is also said to be
favorable to the scheme. The fact
that many of the property holders
of these counties are residents of
Nevada may account for this sentiment."
Tin: Harrington Times says:
"When you hear a man sneering
at the local papers because they
are not as big, cheap and newsy as
other papers, you can safely bet
that he does not squander his
wealth to assist in making them
better, and that generally the pa
pers have done more for him than
he has for them. The man who
caunBt see the benefits arising to
a town from a newspaper has -not
the sense of an oyster, and he is
about as much yalue to a town as
a delinquent tax list."
"Mi:s. Mary; Kknworthy" is
among those indicted by the Seat
tle grand jury for conspiracy, etc.
It is one of woman's rights in
Washington territory to take part
in public business, and of course
no true advocate of the cause can
complain if the full responsibility
of those rights is assumed. Mrs.
K. is said to hare become "hys
terical"' when the indictment was
read. Let us hope this is a base
slander on the sex.
Since the state census returns
are ail in, says the Orryonlat), the
present is an excellent time to
make a new apportionment of
members of the legislature. The
present distribution of mem
bers is based on a system long
since outgrown. Consequently it
does injustice to many parts of
the state. Reapportionment has
already been delayed much too
long. AVe hope to see a just bill
in this behalf become a law.
There is already enough work
before the legislature to keep it
going for the remainder of the
session. The recommendation of
the governor was a good one
that it would be better to fix up
and straighten out faulty legisla
tive action of the past, before in in
teoducing: new bills.
Advices from Calcutta state
that King Thebaw has ordered all
Englishmen in Burmah to be ex
terminated. It is feared that all
Europeans at Mandalay have al
ready been massacred. The Bur
mese are blockading the Irawaddy
river at Minhla.
It is said that very few of the
replies received to Secretary Man
ning's tariff circular are favorable
to free trade. A considerable
number favor a change from ad
valorem to specific duties.
The silver men claim to have
made a careful canvass by letter
of the members of the next house,
Democrats and Republicans, and
affirm that it shows that they will
have a working majority.
X of school district No. One Is In my
hands for collection. All parties interested
will govern themselves accordingly.
WE WART TO REPRESENT
As Sole Agents iu New York,
A Packer of First Quality Salmon.
Full Particulars Through forrcspondfiice.
Mfrs. and Fkrs. Agts., lCi Duane St., X. Y
BOOTS AND SHOES!
Of Best Quality, and at
SIGH OF THEJOLDEH SHOE.
A FISHING BOAT ON SUNDAY THE
8th inst.. above Tongue Toint, which
the owner can have by proving property and
paving charges. Apply to
J. E. WJ3IGHT.
T Ail AUTHORIZED TO BUY COUNTY
In the CouimisMoncrs court, Wahkia
kum county, W. T. UcuIar term held
November 2 and o, 1885. Present. Thos.
Irving, James Wright and I. N. Law
rence, commissioners, and J. W. Clemens,
auditor and cx-oflieio clerk.
The report of the viewers ami ap
praisers of damage, on the proposed road
petitioned for h y J. J. Foster and others ;
beginning at a point on the county road
leading to Cathlamet, about seven rods
north of the north line of the Birnie IX
L. claim and terminating at thp N. W.
corner of Sec. 24, T. 9, K. G W., were con
firmed and the road ordered established
and opened. Win. A. Spence was al
lowed one hundred dollars damages to
be paid out of the county treasury.
Ihe report of the viewers and ap
praisers of damage on the proposed road
Eetltioned for by .1 esse Baker and others :
eglnning near the residence of H. P.
Andersons, in Sec. 22. T. 10 N R. S W.,
and terminating at the forks of Grays
rver, were confirmed and the road
ordered established and opened. Samuel
Walker was allowed S30.00 and T. S.
Barr 20.00 damages to be paid out of
the county treasury.
The report of viewers and appraisers
of damage on the proposed road peti
tioned for by Charles Stanard and
others; beginning at the terminus of
a county roaa in a. is. i sec. 2S ana
terminating near S. W. corner Sec. 22,
T. 10 ft., 1L G W., were confirmed and
the road ordered established and opened.
.No damage as lowed.
In the matter of the road petitioned
for by Geo. Hathway and others for ex
tension of Cathlamet road, received Au
gust 18S."i term of the board, W. An
drews. IlenryKaup. and J. IJ. McDonald,
surveyor, were re-apiwinteil viewers to
meet ueceniDer s.
The six months peddlers' license
granted to Johnson and King approved.
The six months retail liquor liceuse
granted to Thornburgh and Brooks ap
proved. The field notes ami plat of re-survey
of Grays river road deterred until Feb
ruary 18?G term.
That the county auditor procure a
road plat book.
The six months lotail liquor license
granted to M. Fredericksen approved.
Claims were examined and allowed as
J. II. Graham for costs in case Terri
tory vs. Wm. Stewart, 49.40.
1 Scarbrough, for boarding pauper,
W. Andrews, balance on contract,
SK r uu.
W. Andrews, for one day a viewer on
Geo. Hathaway road, $2.00.
I J. L. Shepherd, for supplies furuUhcri
Mary T. Irving, superintendent of
school for i annual salary, $25.00.
Costs of appraising damages on pro
osed countv reads: J.J. Foster road,
J. T. Lutes, 3J0; J. S. Marten, $r,JM;
Wallis Alcers, $3-7).
Jesse Baker road : J. J. Casey, S4.00 ;
Lars Olson, $4.00; J. P. Foster. S4.00.
Chas. Stanard read: A. J. Montgom
ery, S3.00; John Fitzpatrick.$2JK): Mark
Costs in the matter of an inquest held
on the body of Joseph Smaller, de
ceased, Geo. Birchard, S4.00; Geo. W.
lteeser, $4.00; Fred Yanderhoof, S4.00;
Evert Emerson, $4.00; Fred L. Emerson,
$4.00; Peter Sorensen, S4.00, jurors, and
Samuel Walker, J. P., S12.00.
II. Kaup for one day as viewer on
Geo. Hathawaj' road, $2.00.
John Dockar, county treasurer, for
two per cent, commission on $579G.4l,
J. W. Clemens, auditor, for fees, post
age, etc., $105.15.
To members of the board : I. X. Law
rence, S14.00; James Wright, $9.40;
Thos. Irving, S8.50 ; J. W. Clemens, $fi.00.
Adjourned for the term.
Friday and Saturday, Nov. 13, 14,
STIMttUEST ATTRACTION' KYKK UKOtOUT
Special Engagement of America's Moat Dis
Supported by the Brilliant Young Actor
WILLIAM F. CLIFTON.
And :i Powerful Dramatic Company, Pre
senting on Friday Night Alex,
"THE NEW CAMILLE,"
In which Great Character Miss Haw
thorne has No Equal.
Saturday Nov. H, an Extra Night, when by
Sieclal Request will be Produced
the Union Square The
A Comedy That has Kept the Entire New
York Public laughing lor
Over Two Years.
Admissien: Reserved Seats Si ; Family
Circle 75c; Gallery 50c
The Box Sheet for the Sale of Scats will be
open Tuesday Morning next at the Usual
Place, the New York Novelty Store.
C. E. BAIN.
WINDOW FRAMES. ETC.,
A Full Supply of Material. Bids Furnished :
Contract "Work a Specialty.
Mill and Office on the Old Site.
To the Patrons of Athletic Exercise.
W. M. DAYrS,
The Veteran Pugilist. Ex Champion or Amer
ica anil Teacher of Athletira.
Opened at Grant Bros,, on Water street,
last. TiiAKilav nvnnlnir VH' lflrli 1CC1 1fw
liberal. Apply to V . M. Davis! on premises.
City Treasurer's Notice.
A LL OUTSTANDING WARRANTS DUE
i3L bv the citv of Astoria will be naid bv
the Treasurer at lnso fllce on and after to
day. Interest ceases from this date.
J. G. HUSTLER,
Astoria, October 15th 1853.
A LL PERSONS INDEBTED TO ME
xx will please call and pay the amount to
W. W. Parker without further notice as all
accounts unpaid will soon be placed in the
nanas oi an attorney tor collection uv law
Fifty Dollars Reward.
I WILL PAY THE ABOVE REWARD
for the recovery of the bodv of E. F.
Cochran, drowned at Walker's Islaud on
Wednesday the 4th Inst. Fell overboard
from the staamer U. R. Thomnsonz about
five feet, four inches in height, dark hair
ana eyes ana musiacne, aoout so years oia.
E. A. NOYES.
WW 9 9
A Great Variety of Fancy Goodi
HALF THEIR VALUE,
Por Sale at
LESS THAN FIRST COST!
And an Extensive Assortment of
STAPLE DRY GOODS,
And Boots and Shoes
AT LOWEST BATES.
Having Consolidated 7Uy Business with the
Astoria Furniture Co.9
I now offer the I arrest ami .M.i-t ( impl. ;e A-Mrti.ieiit of
Fine and Plain Furniture, Bedding. Carpets. Oi! Cloth.
Window Shades, Pictures, Moulding, etc.,
At Pox Hand Prices, and Invite a Call of Eveiybody in "Want of Goods in My
Line, Guaranteeing Satisfaction in Every Respect.
A Large Stook of
fine vrsrrixu cards,
Of Ever' radi
TO BE SOT,I FOR CASH.
AT THE ASTORIAH OFFICE.
SUBSCRIPTION NEWS DEPOT!
INlahlfoliiMl .Silly :!.. 1S77.
I Am Enabled to Offer Special Prices
FOR ANY AND ALL
NEWSPAPERS 1KB MGAU PUBLISHED,
Iu the V. S. of Auirrint ; Kux-opo.
NOW IS THE TIME TO SUBSGKIBE!
SOLE AGENT FOR
"OUR HOME AND FIRESIDE MAGAZINE"
81.00 per year. 5 Ole'ojjrapli. ami "! f.arsp
Free iiiCt Plate EijRKtviims FHS-:i?
To KVfcKY sriiSCKlRKK.
TliSISK OF it:
CARL ADLER .... Subscription Agent.
A. V. Allen,
Wholesal? and Retail IV.uVr in
Glass and Piatcd Ware,
TROPICAL AND DOMESTIC
FRUITS AND VEGETABLES,
Holderis Auction liooms j
r Kstahlislieil January 1st. 1877. i
E. C. HOLDEN, j
Ileal Estate ami General Auctioneer
and Commission Merchant,
Chenatiius Street. - Astoria, Oregon.
Auction ialc of Sundries every Saturdav,
at 10 :S0 A. i., at my Auction ltoonis.
Will conduct Auction Sales of Iteal Estate,
Cattle, and Farming Stock wherever de
sired. tVuh Returns Promptly made after S'ale !
Consignments respcctfullv solicited,
Notary Public for the State of Oregon.
Commissioner of Deeds for Washington
Agent for Daily and Weekly Orcgonfan.
11 TO 500 MILES THE SHORTEST : 12 TO 48 HOURS THE QUICKEST.
CHICAGO, BOSTON, NEW YOSK.
And All Toiiits East.
Rates AS.ao to $10.2:3 tin; Cheapest to
Council Bluffs, Omaha, Kansas City,
AND OTHER POINTS.
Fullmau Palace anil F.mltrrant Sleeping Cava hauled en Kxnre.ss
Trains Exclusively -without Change.
FRE OFcffifolf1 Wr,tC forlla,Ci!-M;irs'Tnnc Tables, Guides and Full Information.
E.A.XOYE8. w. j,. GARRETJSOX.
Ageut. Astoria. Asst. A?rf Astoria.
General Agent, No, 1, Washington street, Portland, Oregon.
h U M m grfc g?
iV-'n - .
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w tt uiya terra iirs
3X W"5VV SS T?ru
E, Lemon & Co.,
Stevedores and Risers,
PORTLAND and ASTORIA.
. IVi:ti.axii OKFifK No. lfi North Front SI.
i Korth Pacific
JOKNKOPP, - - - Proprietor.
iPatronize Home Industry!
We supply as
jGOOD A QUALITY OF BEER
j As Any in the Market,
i.w askkasosaulka pitzri-:.
j Tie lit PaCifiCBOTSPf M
Is Pure and Unadulterated.
It nivcsKencral Satisfaction and is Furn
hoti in ouantities io Suit.
Leave Orders With W.M. ISoeic. Cenuania
Saloon, or Ciii:i. Kvfnso.v, next to Foard
Dailj Delivery in Any P.ut of the Cily.
Garnalian & Co.
I. "W. CASE,
IMPORTEKS AND WHOLESALE AND
P.KFAIL DEALERS IN
'oruer Cheiianms and Casi streets.
ASTORIA - - OREGON
5 JL t3dl JL
JL , JLJ, JL
JJL881 i MUB gJ gsgB B TL A tW ! M
n B, FAREER,
Hay, Oats, anil Straw, Line, Brisk, Cement, Said aid Plaster
Wco.I Delircreil lo Order. Drayia?. TrnnunennJ Express BuInei,
fK.. .ji; l to the Captain, or to
THE NEW MODEL
."ll-Jl'l I HI 'IBM IH
iiiQlffisv 7 'ifl
5HiBi-- 7 sg-rr
A PUIiIi STOCK AI.7AYS ON HAND.
Tin. Sheet Iron, ami Copper Ware. A general assortment of Household Goods.
IWAGEE STOVES A1YD RANGES. THE REST IK THE MARKET.
Plumbing goods of all kinds on hand. Job worlc ilono In a workmanlike manner.
Plumbing, Cas Fitting and Cannery Work attended to promptly
On Iteasonable Term"1.
Chcnnmni Street. Kext to C. I. Parker's Store. Astoria. Oregon.
HOTELS AND KESTAUKAXTS.
WM. AB.T.EA. 5roir.
First Class in Every Respect.
Fre Coacla to the House.
i W. KXOWLK5.
U D. I'.UOWX. I
St, Charles Hotel,
BROWN & KNOWLES - - Proprietors
Fiust Class ix Evkisv Respect,
Good Ilotanrant Connected with tho Hnni-e
Kiro-proof Brick Uaililinc 1!0 Rooms.
la tli3 Center of the City.
Cor. Front and 3Iorri?on Jsts., Portland. Or
Io Howard St. Xear Third. San
A first-class Lodging Hotel, containing 190
rooms ; water and gas in each room ; no bet
ter beds in the world ; no guest allowed to r
use the linen once used by another; a large
readimr room; hot and cold water; hatlis
free. Priceof rooms Per night, 00c and 7.; !
per week, from 2 upward. Open all night. .
T fllTf'TrP' PrnniHornp '
At Market street Ferry, take Omnibus line j
oi street cars to corner oirniru anil Howard
Dollar a Day Hotel in the North West
Mrs. Sophia Daggett, Proprietor,
Paid to the Comfort of Guests.
Corner Olney and Jefferson Streets,
RATES, ONE DOLLAR A DAY.
FREE AND EASY!
A PLEASANT EVENING
Call ami See
At his New Establishment next
to Jeff's Restaurant.
C3-NOTHINC BUT THE BESTT?a
I'asscd over the Bar.
A General Invitation Extended.
A JOB AT POSTING - OF - BOOKS :
straightening up acceunts: or as per
manent book-keeper: or other business
position : by a man who is fully competent,
well versed in all legal forms ; and comes
well recommended. Apply at this office.
Eben P, Parker,Master.
or TOWING, FREIGHT orCHAK-
II. 15. PAItKEK.
-.in, RANGE CAN BE HAD IN AS-
mt LL U. UAWB99
CALL AND EXAMINE IT, YOU
WILL BE PLEASED.
K. K. HA WES Is also agent Tor the
Bnclt patent Minn Stove
Aud other first-clasa Stoves.
Purnaoo "Work. Stoam Fit.
tlnSs, etc, a specialty
Hardware anil Slip Clanilery
VAN DUSEN & GO.,
Hardware and Ship Chandlery
Pure Oil, Bright Varnish.
Binacle Oil, Cotton Canva9.
Hemp Sail Twine,
Cotton Sail Twine,
Wrought Iron Spikes,
Galvanized Cut Nails, -Agricultural
Paints and Oils, Groceries, etc.
Sol GoliJei elry
Scarf Pins, Chains, latches,
Piano.s and Organs of the Rest
make at t lie jLo west Prices.
The finest stock of Jewelry in Astoria.
J3T-A11 goods warranted as represented.
GUSTAV HANSEN, JEWELER
Astoria and Seaside
ED. JACKSON, - Proprietor.
The best Bread, Cakes and Pastry in the City
Ice Creams and Ornamental "Work
Manufacturer of Fino Candles.
TO PORTLAND AND RETURN
ON THE "TELEPHONE,"
(Late Cutter with M. D. Kant.)
A Cood Fit Guaranteed.
Pants, from $3 up. Suits from $30 op.
Shop opposite Bzorth & Johns.