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VOL. 1.
ASTORIA, OREGON, THURSDAY-EVENING, JUNE 15, 1876.
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ISSUED EVERY EVENING
(Sundays Excepted).
I. C. IRELA.M), : ? PUBLISHER.
Monitor Building, Cass Street
Terms of Subscriptien:
"Served by Carrier, per week .25 Cents
'Sent by mail, three months -$2 58
Sent by niailstx months -. 4 08
Sent by mail one year. 7 00
Jr'rco of i'ostago to the Subscribers.
fl3 Advertisements inserted by thoycarat
the rate of SI U0 per square per month.
Transient advertising, by the day or week,
fifty cents pcrsquare first insertion.
Heading notices, in City Items column, five
-ientsjxM- lino per day. No charge less than
twenty-five cents.
The Dauntless, from. Astoria Jan
uary 25th, to Cork for orders, arrived
at QueenstownJune 2d, 129 days.
The 0. S. IS. Company's steamer,
Gussie Telfair will go to Victoria and
Nanamio on the trip out this week.
The Ajax will be at Astoria for
San Francisco to morrow. Three
thousand cases of salmon await her ar
rival here.
The Do veil by arrived at Liver
pool on the 11th inst., 124 days from
Astoria. The Dovenby sailed Febru
ary 7th, 1876.
The fire works at Astoria on the
Fourth of July will be no fizzle, which
is perhaps more than will be said of
the Portland blow out in that line.
"We understand that Prof . W. L,
Worthington has accepted the position
as principal of the Oregon city semin
ary and will soon remove to that
city.
New York, Pennsylvania. Ohio
Indiana, and Illinois rule and govern
America. You can't get a Light
house for Tillamook head unless they
say so,
"We understand that Astoria Fire
Company No. 1, have extended an in
vitation to the firemen of Albany to
join with Astoria in celebrating tne
Fourth of July.
The Steamship Company's dock
this afternoon looked as though it had
been cleared up for a celebration, but
it wasn't it was cleared up to receive
another cargo of salmon for the Ajax.
There is a very strong current in
the river, but the steam tug J. C.
Brenham, Capt. Wass, started up yes-,
terday with two vessels in tow and
about 600 passengers for the Portland
Centennial celebration. Direct from
Honsj Kong.
Can any person inform us with
certainty with respect to the sloop
Pilot. Did she go to sea or not, from
Astoria? "We want to know and so
does W. T. Webber and others of Cor
vallis. Any body in want of clams, if
not particular as to quantity, can
gather them by the wagon load on
the beach below Point Adams. AVer
some reason they are washed up in
geat quantities, supposed to be caused
by so much fresh water from Snake
river, via Portland.
at
The San Francisco Bulletin of
March 14th reached us last evening,
via Auckland New Zealand, harm"
been mis-sent. The round trip was
jnade exactly in three months, and
the paper is in an excellent state of
preservation, showing that it was not a
rough voyage. 4 . ' .? ; "
Trout and Salmon.
From the Sacramento Record-Union.
Enthusiastic disciples of Izaak "Wal
ton, who yesterday returned from the
Government fishery reservation on the
McCloud, report that the salmon there
have commenced taking bait, and the j
1 is
large brook trout, weighing from one- i
quarter of a pound to four pound, and
also thesplendid "Dolly Varden" trout, j
similar in size, are plentiful, and can be j
caught in sufficient numbers to satisfy
those who would make them captive.
During the next three or four weeks
the sahuon and trout can be caught
f reely with hook and line at the fishery,
as the fisher may elect casting his line
into the centre of the stream for salmon,
or in the rapids and pools for trout, and
those who delight in angling cannot do
better than take advantage of the oppor
tunity, as, after the weather becomes
warm, the trout will leave for the head
waters of the stream. The fishing
grounds can be reached by taking the
cars to Redding, and then going by
stages twenty-three miles direct to the
point of destination. Livingston
Stone's foreman has fitted up his house
wif.li rrrtnrl fnmfrkrf.oKI Vmnlrs itvr .Vif
accommodation of visitors, and Will fur-' (
nish them, if desired, with plain Uar
1 1..J r, mi .! iP
juuuiy-cuoK.eu jloou. xney can aiso or
tain from him bait and all necessary
appliances for fishing. The weather
on the McCloud is reported to be ex
ceedingly pleasant.
When will the Common Council
order a tax, if necessary, to improve
the cemetery grounds ?
OCCIDENT HOTEL ARRIVALS.
ASTORIA. June JU, 1876.
J S Moore Ft Stevens B Goldsmith &, fam Port.
J Loonsberg Portland J Teal daughter son "
J L Stout Unity D Livingston Albina
J G FairfowlPortland Will McCown Portland
CiTY ITEMS.
$&" If anybody wants to buy
a
Light-tsfation Uncle Sam has one to tell,
at Yaquina Point. See advertisement.
iZMr. Armstrong is taking about
as nice pictures1, at the Astoria Gallerv,
as any gallery in the State. Give him a
call. '
Van Dusen has just received a
fine stock o summer clothing, diago
nal coats and vests, eassimere suits,
etc., etc.
Now is the time to purchase
your Centennial clothing for Fourth
of July, Van Dusen has just received
a fine assortment.
iTf The regatta at Astoria on the
4th of July will be one of the grandest
things of the kind ever witnessed. Two
hundred and fifty boats will enter for the
prize. Entrance fee 2 00 ; purse 1,000.
iMr. Charles Stevens at the city
Book Store U offering special inducements
to persons in want of articles in his line.
He has a splendid stock, which he i
closing out at cost, intending to quit the
business.
r
i-Miss Belle Welch having re
moved her ttock of millinery good to the
house of her father, corner of Vall and
Eighth Streets, invites Indies to call.
The best .assortment, of hats and trim
mingsfin the' city. Orders' from abroad
promptly attended to.
3&r The young ladies and gentlemen
of Astoria have now the long felt want of
evening amusement offered to them an
ex-professional actor" offers to instruct a
select class the art of acting solely for
the amusement afforded. Thorough train
ing assured Ui those accepted all inter
ested may address "Hamlet" at this
office.
;2S-The June number of Samuel's
West Shore has appeared and contains
most excellent cuts, representing the dif
ferent gold medals and the silver cup to
be awarded at the Portland Centennial
celebration; and also an extensive gen
eral programme of the exercises and
tournaments to take place in that city
during the week of jubilee. These en
eneraviiigs would he creditable to the best
publication in the country. A number of
other very interesting illustrations, also
appear in this number, besides descrip
tive and other reading matter. Mr. Sam
uei evince? much energy and comprehend
MHI in the rrmnnpmfnt. f ttm VWt
; Shire, and buccess is welltuerited.
TJrte Table lor Astoria.
(From tables of United States Coast Survey.)
High Water.
Low Water.
Day.
A. M.
P. M.
A. M.
p. M.
10...
11...
12..
13L.
u
2 0o.
2 4.
3 31.
4 24.
.. 3 40 9 4t U 09
.. 4 I'M 10 Hi 9 5D
4. 55 1 10 52
10 3D
1138
.... 5 3i 1L25
.... 0 1ST 6 oo
5 2-).
12 05
;;; ? 1; ? &z' ? j ZZi "
J - g 35 .8 44 1 - 3 2 31
The height is recij0ned from the level of av-
erago lowest water, to which the soundings are
m.on tho Coast Survoy. en the
afternoon, and when in the p. m. column by a
it is forenoon.
IMUU in lUU U. Ul. cuiuuiu is iwiuncu uy ru is
Shipping- Port of Astoria.
CLEARANCES AND DEPARTURES.
S.VILKD
Wave Queen, Br'bk, 853 tons, Anderson, to liiver
pool'JuHe 15.
Dawn bk.V.50 tons, for S. F. June 11.
Rival; bk 290 tons, Adams, for S. F., Jane 7.
1
'ARRIVALS FROM SEA.
Ajax, str 1354 tons, Bolles, fm S F June 13.
Sam G. Reed, sh, 656 tons, White, from Homgkong.
June 13.
Hera, sch 389 tons. Miller, fm S F June 13.
Garibaldir bk, 670 tons, Noyes, from Hongkong,
June 13.
Gussie Telfair, str, 413 tons, Gardner, fm Paget
Sound June 12.
Portland, bkt, 494 tons. Gage, fm S. F. Jmno3.
Jane A. Falkinburg, bkt., 300 tons, Hubbard, fm
Honolulu, May 2.
Caller Ou, Br. bk., 674 tons, Rea, fm Isl.Jara. Apr 9.
VESSELS ON T1IE WAY.
California, str 674 tons. Hares, fm Sitka.
-o-
- John L. Stephens, ss. 1!05 tons, Mackie, fm San F
June 17.
Hazard, brig, 396 tons, Walker fm S. F. Jane 10.
Orcgonian, sch 274 tons, Pennell, fra SF.
Orient, brig, 312 tons, Adamson, fm S. F.
Sea Waif, brig, 273 tons. Smith, fmSF '
Tarn O'Shanter, Bkt., 610 tons, Patterson, fm S. F
June 8,
Abby Cooper, bb fm South America.
Assaye, I2S1 tons, Ritchie, fm Cardiff, via Rio.
Bedfordshire bs 1155 tons, Warren, fm Cardiff.
Buckinghamshire Br sh. 1460 tons,Pain,fm Sydney.
Corsie,)bb 791 tons, Cusin, fm Sonth America.
Canoma, &J0 ts, Rosser. f m Glasgow via Honolulu.
Clita, Br bkt.. 519 tons, Wliyte. fm Honolulu.
Duart Bay, ship. SK tons, fm Europe, ria Austral
ia and Snangai.
Enid, Br bkT,496 tons, Renonf fra Port Chalmers.
Edward James, Forbes, fm Hongkong;
Forward.Br bk.,744 tons, Strachan, fm Hongkong.
Gatherer, ship 1509 tons, Thompson, fm Liverpool.
Hero of the Nile. Br bk 335 tons. Dyke, tm Mel
bourne, Feb 21.
Mountain Laurel Br bkfiSO tons, Baxtwpi Lifer
pool. Otto. Br bk 465 tons, Carter, f m Liverpool Oct 14
Robert Bright, Br. bk. 309 tons Uennings from
Shields March 13.
Trevelyan. Br bk 1042 tons, Edwards, fra Newcastle
Woodside.Br bk,700 tons Montgomery, 156 days
from Table bay. Jnne 1.
FINANCE AJJJ TRADE.
Financial.
Gold Bars 800 par.
Gold in New York. 112.
Legal Tenders in Astoriabuying 89; .gell
ing 90.
Coin oxchango on San Francisco Y por cent
premium.
Currency oxchango on San Francisco per
cent premium.
Coin oxchango on Now York percent, pre
mium. Telegraphic transfers on Now York 1 per
cent, premium.
Currency eschangoon Now York percent
premium.
Trade Dollars. 92 buying; 9394 selling;
half dollar, lM4 buying; !S79 selling.
Sa Francisco Markets.
Flour. Extra, So 50gG 00.
heat Shippers will give $1 70 for choice
lots alongside vessels; millers aro paying
SI 75.
Potatoes Best I'otaluma. Tomales and
Humboldt, Si bOSl 90.
Hay S1:51U for common to choice.
Liverpool whentmarkct to-day ss!d(?9s lOd
for average California; 9s lOdOlOs 5d for club.
Astoria Marfccis.
Flour,Orogon City, AXX.B bbl....
" Ex Family
" AVillamottcsupdrior. "
" Graham
Middlings, ti ton
Corn Meal, $ cental
Ground Barley, ton
Bran A: Shorts,
Hay "
Unions, t Bushel
Potatoes. " . ,
Butter, eastern, in tubs, i3 lb
' Choice roll "
Cheeso, "
Cured Meats, Hams. "
Sides, "
Shoulders, "
Breakfast Bacon "
Smoked Beef, "
Corned Beef "
Corned Pork, "
Lard, in tins and caddies '
Eggs, f dozen
Chickens, '
5 75
GOO
5 25 I
(5 00 I
4 00
.4200S-H00
27 0010 00
25 00
.. 250(:00
05(590
25
.. 27435
Wto23
1517
1718
.. 10&12K
1705.18
1!15
U8
10
.. 1VA&1814
2023
.. 4 005 07
07
7(38
5&j
810
0&7
5(w,li
..11001300
-Hides, Dry, fl
Tallow,
Beef "
Pork, !1"Z!!!";!Z111""1"
Mutton,
Veal,
Corn Beef. i3 bbl.
bneep, rJ head
2 503 50
Apples, green, i box 1 QQm 50
Peaches, " iv-
Coffee, green 24(S25
prepared, Java, i lb :1537
;; r" luo, wa&v
MocotiBlb 3537K
Sugar, crushed, i lt 1415
" lowered. ....::: I5rai7
Barloy Light brewing, SI 20; choice, SI 37
feed. SI 30l 25; Bright Chevalier, SI 40 145.
ltye-Sl 75. Oats 32 00&2 50.
" lsland,''-fH)....'.; WA12lA
Telegraphic News.
Synopsis of Press Dispatches.
Senator Re-Elected.
The Democrats Nominate in
Maine.
Sheridan, to take Command
Against the Indians.
Defadwood Richness
roborated.
Cor-
Latest Report on the Condi
tion of Blaine.
California Over-doing- the
. Chinese Business.
The Cincinnati Convention.
A big Crowd and . General
Good Feeling.
Blaine Stock way up With
Hayes for Vice President.
Henry B. Anthony has been re
elected to the U. S. Senate from Rhode
Island.
The Maine Democrats have nomi
nated John C. Talbot for Governorf
and chosen delegates to St. Louis fa
forable to ,Tilden.
Gen. Sheridan arrived at Chey
enne June 13th, and started north im
mediately to take command against
the Indians.
A shoe-dealer of Cheyenne re
turned from Dead wood on the j3th,
with four pounds of dust. He saw no
Indians on the return trip. He is
reliable authority for the statement
that the mines are exceedingly rich
and gives instances that came under
his own observation, of as high as
three pounds of dust for five men's
work in one day. Montanians are
buying claims at high prices, pro
nouncing them superior to anything
in that Territory. There are at
present from 4,000 to 5,000 men on
the creek and its tributaries.
Blaine's physicians report his
condition as favorable, and he is
rapidly gaining strength.
The United States Supreme
Court on the 13th decided that the
anti-Chinese immigration' laws of Cal
ifornia are unconstitutional. The
Court held that the statutes of Califor
nia hi this respect extends far beyond
the necessity in which the right is
funded, if it exists at all, and invades
the rights of Congress to regulate com
merce with foreign nations, and is
; therefore
void. Mr. Justice Miller
delivered the opinion.
According to the telegraphic
dispatches Blains stock is " way up"
at Cincinnati. The convention is
the largest and most excited crowtl
ever congregated at Cincinnati.
Everything at fever heat, but little
acrimony, and general good feeling
is exhibited. The Herald still thinks
that Conkling will be nominated,
and that the Pacific States and Ter
ritories be the first to break for him.
The "World's Cincinnati special thinks
the race will be between Blaine and
Conkling, and Bristow and Morton
will be failures. The Times of Cin
cinnati, thinks that Blaine will cer
tainly be beaten after the third bal
lot. The struggle is to be between
Morton and Conkling, with Bristow
and Hayes running a waiting race.
Miss Annie Arch, daughter of the
well-known agricultural agitator has made
her deb'ut ih "Warrington as a preacher,
and" recentlysbe preached to a crowded
congregation in. the Methodist ITree
Church of that town.
A Baltimore paper says that wben-Dom
Pedro was in "Washington he visited the
"Uhited'States (Sourl-room. with, the Bra
zilian Minister, and while there engaged
in conversation in an audible tone ofvoice
with his countryman. After few mo
ments JusticeMiiller suspended an opinion1
remarking: sternly: aWe don't allow but
ne-to'talk here at a, time." Tho E'mpegpr
was quite discomfited, and
soon, left th
count room.
Eagle.
Score one lor the American,
Easdeb Oregon The Astwian ris
doing more for the interests of .Eastern
Oregon than any other paper m the State.
If you have a fnienctf or a relative inr that"
section of this country,, send- him tho pa- ..
per on trial. Only one dollar for four ,
months- '
Special ITottce. Wo shall" not, cannot, in
futune-, answor letters of inquiry written to us.
by partios desirous of settling in Uregon.un
less suoh lbttons of inquiry contain at least the"
anrount of'stamn&necessary to pay postage on
tho return- letter- For 25 cents we will for
ward four copies of The Astobianv oksepar- ,,
ato dates, to any addross in the United States',
postage paid.
Advertise An exchange says": Maybe
you think that! people don't like to rjeadu..
advertisements ! If you do you are much .
mistaken. Fresh; well-pur well-plaeed ad-r
vortisements are news !. They are welcomed,
read nay, studied ! The newspaper that is
alive with them is increasingly acceptable
and so is tho business house that knows how
to get thenii up,, possessed withal- with tk
sagacity andlner.ve to keep them up.
Take YoueXocas Paper. A man m Marion
county lasr week saved $150 by taking "hii?
local paporthe-Merouuy, aad-tre is a mam
in this county, near Brownsville, who. told ust
a Rhort time ago, that be ha4-made'Mi8-atr0:' J'
'tract of land by being a reader of the Demo
crat He ha boen wanting for- a long time to
buy an SO. adjoining his faum,.but could getM
track of the owner, who was a non-resident of
Uho State, and finally saw it- advertised fcr
tax siq in me democrat, no iieuuea lae
galo.and kouihtifcfoira.n9niBftlim and is
now the owner of it Albany Democrat.
V r Do!'t Read Adverti3rme5T9u OecaaiooaJlr
a ousinefe nan is encoumer-aa wno prqiesses
to believe that" people don'fe read-advertisement
anyhow !" A greater mistake is ael
dom made. If typographical errer creeM
into an ad. it saea beeeiMft the talk of .tM .
nerghborKookCan! 2" the people do not ream
ads. how do they "drop' eraem with wwk
facility ? The otter day the advertisement of
the Centennial Reefcaurant appeared', in wkaek
the word eating' was sot up " fating," where
upon wo were duly notified of the error by
seven Salinasites andLeaeChiianMiav ad laafc
ly, the Monterey Herald feltin.uty bound ten
notify us also. Duily -fteconirrgalioeitjfV
California.
-r i
"It Pays to AnvF.RTiSE." Tba is trae. ia
ever)' department ef Basiiee, apd nooao ap
preciates its -truth mere fuUf ,Wl& 8. m. j
Thompson. Somo tnne since ae leeeired the
Agency, for this county, of the-' Cwfhhjr
(iardon City Clipper Plow," and i)naedia.te
ly advertised the saoae m our paper. Greek
S.Smith, sq.. a patron ot the,Gaetto,sir
the advertisement and forthwith' fyuhed"tb
Thompson's and purcbased four ef these cele
brated plows which at oace have sprung into
popular favor. No mater hoar need aM" valu
able an articlo may bo, a. merchant or dealer
may keep it upon nis shelves, or hi 'Ms store
for months, or evon years, and but lew will
know anything of its good qualities, unless he
advertises, lor years MiTheinpsea carried
on business hore, and spent but lutlo for
advertising. Within the past two years hie
business has increased nearly doubler and he
attributes it to judicious aAveriiswgi If yo
want to thrive in business, ADVEirjSE Cer
tain Gazette.
Mind Your P's. Pen-ons who-patronize
papers should pay promptly, for the
pecuniary prospects of the preys have ft
peculiar power in pushing forward public
prosperity. If the printer is paid prompt
ly, and his pocket-book kept plethoric by
prompt-paying patrons, he puts his
pen to the paper m peace, his parar
graphs are more pointed, he paintg his
pictures of passing events in more pleasant
colors, and the perusal of his paper is of
more pleasure to his people. Paste this
piece of proverbial philosophy in some
place whero all persons can perceive it.
it?It is not the polished orator
whoshapes public opinion, but the quiet
editor, whose words go out to the public
ear without parade or ceremony. The
orator may please the ear or tickle the fan
cy; but the editor does mere: He satisfies
the mind, and carries to every household a
fund of knowledge. The orator, by burn
ing words and impassioned eloquence,
may drive men to a sense of duty; but an
editor if he be true to his profession, at
tracts men by the presentation of his .
thoughts which appeal to the nobler qual
ities of head and heart. The words of the
orator drop from the lips and are lost,
while the words of the editor drop from
the press, and like coined money, pass lor
what they are, worth; if pure gold in the
truths conveyed, the3T pass current every
where. Por good or evil, the. editor
wields a powerful influence. He c:mtxaltt
or debase a community. He can advance
public corruption. How important, then,
that the editor should be a good man, and.
:that all papers that convey correct senti
ment to the public 'ear should 'reoY$ litfc
eral support. ; ; . . s fctftei-

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