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TUESDAY DEC. 13, 1881
J. F. HALLO KAN...
The citizens of Portland evi
dently lack confidence in our
representative in Congress not
withstanding the .fact that he is a
Portlander. The fact is evidenced
by the subscription of $2,760 to
pay the expense? of the de-facto
Mayor of the city for a two month's
sojourn in the Nation's Capital.
It is not stated what particular
work is to be done by this extra
representative, or just how it is to
be done, but it is fair to presume
that some work is to be done that
for some reason our member of
Codgress is incapacitated for do
ing. It is not indicated that our
member of Congress is lacking in
statesmanship or industry, neither
is he reported as being unfriendly
to the object for which this addi
tional force1 is dispatched to "Wash
ington. Our Congressman could
hardly claim that he is overruled,
or that he is not able to present in
all legitimate ways the claim of
our State for recognition by the
Congress of the -United States;
therefore we are at a loss to under
stand just why this expression of
a lack of confidence. Salem
There is no "lack of confidence"
in the matter as it appears to us,
but simply due to the fact that
Mr. George is a new man and,
presumably not possessed of the
influence that he would have after
a few sessions' acquaintanee at the
capital. By the way, it is a no
ticeable fact that Oregon does
not re-elect her congressional rep
resentatives, but sends a new man
every time, and like everything
else lose money and influence by
He Tells Who Will be Democratic
Candidates for United States
Regular Correspondence AsroiiiA
Portland, Dec 9. The Democrats
carried the State Legislature in the
campaigns preceding the last two elec
tions for United Stales senator; hence
that party presents more candidates
for the position than the Republicans.
Among those who have been mention
ed are: Col. William H. Effinger,
.Ex-judge C. B.- Bellinger.jand Gov.
' W. W." Thayer, ofHiis city; Judge L.
L. McArthur, of The Dalles, Ex
Oongressman Lafayette Lane,"of Roso
burg; John Myers, of Oregon City;
Hon. Asahel Bush, of Salem; Col. J.
V. Xesmith, of Polk county; Ex
Congressman John Wliiteaker, and
of course the present incumbent Sena
tor L. F. 0 rover. Probably the most
prominent of those mentioned is
COL. W. II. r.FFINOEll
Jf the -law Gnu of Effinger and
" "Bourne. Ho is a Virginian, a splen
did typo of true Southern chivalry,
fought with some distinction on the
other side during the late unpleasant
ness, aud is about forty years old. He
came here ten years ago with a large
family including several dependent re
latives, his capital being a collegiate
education, thorough law training aud
an active, large brain. Very soon
after, he was appointed by the court
to defend a criminal who was certain
of conviction. But the man was not
convicted. Col. Effinger masterly
defense brought him into immediate
notice and soon int j a large practice.
As a counselor he is not remarkable,
but he is without a peer as an advo
jfcatc. .He dislikes stump speaking.
His glory is in taking hold of a diffi
cult case, "becoming thoroughly im
bued with it and reserving his force
for the argument. No public speak
. Jer.-iri Oregon ib so pure in language,
so rich in figures, as Col. Effinger and
.none approach him in rhetorical effect.
HON. JOHN W2IITEAKEC
H&B.-F-eturned to his farm near Clov--.
rdale, hsno Co., and quietly continu
es bucolic pursuits. He has earned
the-trtle of "fionest John," having
served the state faithfully in the gu
bernatorial chair and in iho national
bouse .or reiresentarjver.. wmio a
man of no. groat depth, ho is a fine
parliamentarian and understands the
needs of Oregon quite r well as any
-jiublic man in-her borders. He .will
liave strong" support front all the val
'g GOV. TITAYEU's
Strong "hold seems to be in the num
,'Ber of g prisoners he pardoned during
ilia term of throe and ouo half years.
With good organization and some
'hard work they might manage to cap
ture several primaries. He has per
sistently refused to recognize a Su
preme Being in Thanksgiving procla
mations and of course incurred tho ill
will of all roligious people. Ho is a very
well read lawyer,but has little personal
magnetism and is very careless in mat
ters of etiquette. At a "swell" din
ner givon two years ago by Hon J. N.
Dolph to Mr. Justice Field, ho actu
ally came in his office blouse, without
a necktie, and they do say that his
linen was not immaculate. Ho doesn't
know about these little things and ho
4UDQB L. L. M'a&THUB
Presides over the second judicial dis
trict, has lived in the state about
eighteen years, devoted himself to the
lawall that time, is probably the besjt
nhiprius judge in the state and has
paid little attention to politics. The
"East of the mountains" district has
Senator Slater and another is not
likely to be chosen from that section.
C. E. BELLINGER
Has developed in the last five years
into a very bright man. Before ho
was appointed to the bench of this
district four years ago, he was compara
tively obscure, but his new position
seemed to develop latent ability. He
is not a deep -man, but very shrewd,
and has his legal knowledge where ho
can make use of it at a second's notice.
Ho had not retired from the bench
raoro than a week until he dropped
into a big practice, and he is now re
tained on one side or the other of
every important criminal case. Ho :s
a very bitter partisan and wields a
Had brighter political prospects six
years ago than any other man of his
age in the state. He is under thirty
five. A son of General Joe Lane; ho
inherited his father's great strength of
character; was a better speaker and
better educated. After his defeat for
a second term in congress, he looked
too long on the wine when it was red,
and lost in a measure the respect of
his father's and his own forme)- sup
porters; but he is not too old to re
trace his steps and win, if not next
year, at some future time the renalo
Has been a member of tho legislature,
is a well-to-do merchant and the Sir
Oracle of Clackamas county Democ
racy. But he is smill potatoes and
few in a hill. When he came back
from the Cincinnati convention last
July he was so enthusiastic over
General Hancock's nomination that
he madu up his mind to become col
lector of customs for this port and
began to closo out his business. On
thefourth of November, 1880, lie
ordered his stock replenished.
Is of the banking firm of Ladd and
Bush, at the Capital. In political
raanasement he ia not unlike S. .7.
Tilden, quiet, keeping his own coun
sel and doing his work through news
papers. He i superintendent of the
COL. J. W. XKfMITH
The "Sage of Kickreal," Mexican war
hero, United States Senator, after
wards Congressman, now philosopher,
fanner and statesman, is a great char
actor. He belongs to the honest,
rough, old time democracy that went
out of stylo with the war, and tltat
occasionally comes to the front in
such men as "Cerro Gordo" Williams,
of Kentucky. He has a magnificent
farm on tho West Side road which
yields au annual profit of $5,000.
HaTe you read the address of tho
Marion County Anti-Monopoly League?
It reminds mo of the old woman who
went to see her sick neighbor. Putting
on a grave-yard expression, she reiter
ated, "You're awful sick; you ought
to do something; why don't yon tako
The people of this state, especially
of Eastern Oregn, certainly have
grievances. Why don't the league
suggest a specific remedy, and drop
glitteriBg generalities? Hermax.
It has been circulated throughout thts
city, that I have placed In the hands of
Mr. William Sehlln, eommonly known
as "Billy Baker," the sum of 200. to be
used Tor electioneering purposes during
the coming city election. I desire to
state that this is absolutely fale; 1
have placed no monoy whatever in the
hands of Mr. Schlin or any other pemou,
to oe useu lor electioneering purposes.
aud sinee my name has been frequently
used In connection
vrltn the said elei-
tion. I desire to state that I aui not &
candldato forauy offlco whatever ; neith-
er have 1 spent any money, nor do I in-
iciiu u Dui-au iiiiy xui 111c puipust ui III-
fluencinjj flic result of said election ; nil
1 desire is to sec the city government
faithfully and honestly administered;
aUlexpecttodoistovote for tho men
whom i desire to see elected to office,
and hi exercising this right I shall vote
for the men who will, In my judgment,
labor the most earnestly for the interest
of the city. W.G.Hoss.
ONE TEA3ISTEH FOR LOGGLNG camp : '
one hook tender; ono skldder; one'
swamper, ana one Dancer.
Apply to . J.F.WAEREN,
d-tf Knappa, Oregon
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CHINAMEN MUST GO.'
War,JiIn 3laiie E:iny 13 the i' r J,
Nations! Washing Powders, -
For w.ishhijr clothe . tthont rubbing or boll
iug, ij.ivcs Iabor. Save?, ar, Saves "f ime. j
Mrs. A. c. fiibbi.
Mrs. Dr. McKhmel,
Mrs. V. 1. Olds.
Mr. E. A. Hellion.
Mm. J. X. Dolph, .
Mr. Geo. Ham. " )
Mis. S. a. ScdiHk, i
Mr. Capr. 1. S.inbunt,
Mrs. Dr. .Tfjiili? I!st Pirf!i "
Cntir. W. H. 7wl. Knst lVirtlanrt . .Mr..!, tt . i.
Seilwood. lla-t Pertland: Mrs Kirk Sh-1- i
lion. Eat l'urilana t M s. "Judy. Hlllsl'ro ,
Mrs-. Lvumu Cook. iim. L. A. Xcuby. Me
Mlnnville: Mrs. A. G. mr-ons. Mrs. J. V. '
Kdweni. Dnvthn Mrs. .T. JL iHfnr. Mrs.
Mr-, Kirk Sh-I- j
S. M Kelty, Laf:i el-e ; Mr-. Oellw ick. Mrs. '
W. A. Cmniiilns, Independence : Mrs. O. A. ;
Chapman, Mrs. Vlutent, Corral!! ; Mis. i
V.i:i. Klliot. Oregon :
MliS. FK1.I.OV.S&MRS. BELL.
rop- and Manufaciurers. cor. C. aud 2d tsK.
C27Forsale at all the Grocery Stoies.
Auction Sale. .
Tuesday Dec. 13. at 11 A.M.
In order to muke nwiu for ci.tcnsle
First Glass Holiday Goods.
Which will arrive on next steainar day.
Wednesday. Dee. Hth. I will ;e!t nt Public
Auction on Tueln net all th-
Second Hand "Furniture, Bedding-,
Xow in ston oonsistrnc of
Bedsteads, Cane Bottom Chairs,
Spring Beds, WashsH . s Bur
eaus, Tables, Ca i .... hairs,
Amla arietyor ...if. .
.c :!'': .".. iu -tiunuiT.
TIME ENOUGH ! NO HURRY !
to Ki;y thkii:
OT YEAR'S GIFTS!
Wholesale Dealers oil ilie l:tci-
Ce Const are Overstocked
AJtojjethcr this s?:
Conhcqueatlj- t3ier . !i Sg.
200 PEE CENT I
On every thing jou liae t( prchiv- to
;cej up the uootl old custom.
Itcfcrriiit; to tho above ract, the under
signed rcspectlully auiiounes that he lias
received advices of a coiislgnnu'iit made t
aim of, an cstcu!i-e and caretullv selected
assortment of K1KST CLASS HOLIDAY
(.OOD.-i and TOYS, avlilcli aic lobe offered
at private sale for a few day at
Price.-' -.rlitclj will Astonlsli ilie
After watch vn
Saturday. Dscember 24th,
All the.stc.-k remahiinj; on hand will b sold
At Public Auction
And the consimteiiint tJoscd out WITHOUT
IrKSEItVK. li. C. 1UH.M&S.
Free to Everybody!
A Beautiful Book for Uia'Asking
app!yitiKlerwualj at ihu nearest ofllec
of Tiiic sTNiiku manVfactcking CO..
(or by asta! card It at a distance, and adult
JlffSSE'Jv0 l'";.. M,!.a Vc?u,.,f,,Uy
""""' ""- "'--"" .. ..
Story of lie Sewior laclik
Contaluinsa hand.-ouie and eo.tly stool en
BravhiK frontispiece ; a!.o.ij 11 nelv engraved
wood cuts, and bound in an elaborate blue
and gold lithographed rover. No charge
whatever Is made for this handsome book,
which can be obtained only by application
at the branch and subordinate office of Tho
Hinder IManufacturinj; Co.
The Singer (flanulacturing Co.
rrlnclpal Office, 31 Union Squaie.
V IT.T.I'S' I" II. 1'AIIll. I
J r t. r
(UCfHSHOU TO E. i. LAKMKN.)
WnniMale Mid retail lUtsler.- la
Giass and Plated Ware.!
TltOt'lCAt .AND imMHS Ur
FRUITS AND VEGrlVABLES.
YtriB8B, LiQiiors, Touacco Gioais
The largest and in(vt t-oiapb-to -vtook of
pootis in their line to be found in iti city.
Comer of Caw and Suie:noi'-abe Stroi-S.
IRISH FLAX T0RE.iHSj
Balmon SFet Twine, j
liouon dome ?w;ne,
Cork and Lead Lines,
Gotten Netting, a!! sizes.
Seines ftiade to Order,
Flax and Cotton Twine,
Fishing Tackle, etc.
551 32xu-Uet Street. Sail Fraurixra
HENRY DOYLE & Co.. -Manager.
UNiON INDIA RUBBER CO'S
Pure P.tra (itini
Rubber Boots and Goats.
BEWARE OF IMITATION !
He snro the Boots are stamped CRACK
PROOF on the heels, and have the PURE
OUM SPRINOS on the foot and insteu.
which prevents their cracklnir or breaking.
They will last twice as Iosjr as any others
FOIt SALE BY ALL DEALERS.
ALL KINDS RUBBER BELTING, PACK
ING, HOSE, SPRINGS, CLOTHING,
BOOTS AND SHOES. Etc.
GOODYEAR RUBBER CO.
It. H. PEASE, Jr.
S. 31. RUN YON,
Agents, San KrancIiLki .
TO It TIIK
In all cases ol bilUousness aud malaria in
every foi iri. a prcventatU e and cure of chills,
fever and dumb ague. Dr. Holman's Pad is a
Kerfect success. Acd for dyspepsia, sick
eadachc and nervous prostration, as the
pad Is applied over the pit of the stomach,
theKreat nervous centoi.lt annihilate the
dNease at once.
It retaliates the liver aud stuaiachM) sur
cessfully that digestion become perfect.
ProL D. A. Loomis says : "It Ls nearer a
unlvcisal panacea than anything m medi
cine." This is done on tlie principle of ab
sorption, of which Dr. HoliusnV l'ad Is the
only true exponent.
For all kidney troubles, us Dr. Hainan's
Renal or Kidney Fad, the best remedy In the
world and recommended by the medical
Beware of Bogus Pads.
h genuino nolman'sPad beats the uri-
vvenue stamp of the Hohcaii Pad Co..
he above trade mark prlnttM In reeii.
10110 wiuiout u.
For Sale by all Druggists.
... . , , . , , .. ,.
ur. . Hohnan'dadlcoisfnc. bull trentuo
sunt free ou application.
Address : HOI-MAN PAD CO
nni , 7H umadivay. New Yojk.
i . U. oos 2112. -
G OnTTClT vv fu i Cleveland, says about Dr. William's Indian
r. r. OAll!Wt CC lU., Pile Ointment : I have used scores of Pile
Cure?, and it affords me pleasure to say that
PI APtCRJMTUIMf ve never found anything which garc
DLrAurvOmllnlPJu, f such Immediate and permanent relief as Dr.
William's Indian Olntmenr.
At Capt. Kogcrs old stand, corner or Cass ?.r!?,cJb-v aJJ SS15" or mailed on re
" . and Court Streets. J f ViEXRY & CO.. Prop's.
Ship and Cannery work. Horseshoeing. , Cleveland, O.
Wagons made and repaired. Good work Hodge. Davis & Co.. Wholesale Agents,
guaranteed. j Portland , Oregon.
and Us tail Dealer
ETC.. BTC. ETC.
FLshennmjs aud Cannery
AOKNT FOP. TIN:
San lose Fruit Packing Company.
San Francisco Ohe-mical
ASTOlllA - - - OJ1EGON.
IS STILL RECEIVING CONSIGN
JET, SILVER, GOLD,
Work Boxes, Escritoires, Pas
AND A VAPJETY OF ELEGANT
DESIGNS IN ORNAMENTAL
WORK OF EVERY KIND
THAT WILL "WELL RE
PAY A VISIT.
COME AND SEE US.
Tho miileislKUiM iMpn'tfully notifies the
public tliat bavin? been appolntetl
asetit for the
NEW IMPROVED SINGER.
He is now prepared to otter these unrivalled
Sewing Machines on such terms as cannot
fall to meet the wants ol even body lu need
of this Indispensable article of household
furniture. Liberal discount made on cash
sales. To those desiring It I w HI sell on the
Instalment plan. Five dollars a month. 17
cents a dav. less than it costs a smoker for
cigars), will soon purchase your wife a Sinner.
Tho Best Sewing Machine Ever
Old bvwing Machines talcen in exchange.
Attachments. Needles, Cotton, Oil. etc.. al
ways on hand. Call and examine the Singer
Sewing Machine and thearletvcf work It
can porlorni at E. C. JiOLDKN'S.
Agent Singer Man. Co
Piles! Piles! Piles!
A Sure Cure Totim! ui Last !
3fo One 3fcel SulTer!
A -.urc Cure for liltnii, nieeumg, itcmng
! and Ulcerate l Piles has been discovered by
I r. Williams, (aa Indian Kemcdy), called
Dr. Villlam's Indian Ointment. A single
I l,or h:is cured the uor-t chronic cases of 2-"
; or CO vears standing. Jfo one need suffer
iflvo niinutes after appljiup tins wonderful
! smithing medicine. lotions, instruments .uid
: elec'uanes uo more nana man goou. n-
. jjnm's Ointment absorbs thctumn.,allas
j the jtcnV5 itching, (particularly at night af-
J tc getting warm in bed), acts :is a poultice,
Wves instant relief, and is prepared only for
p.i-c itrhliif of the nrivate narts. and for
hnt flie lion. J. M. Cofllnburrv of
iStTrCE350K TO .T.VCKIKrt fi. MOXTGOMEKYO
r-.?i 3P: iXr' $m&?3ZK?i
" ,""V'' -'
CORAEK OF 3IAXX
STEAM PKUSTTrNTG HOUSE
FASTEST AN J) REST PRESSES,
ANJJlTYJE OF TEE LATEST STALES.
" " " - . . - 4
if&" We purchase Paper. Onrdt', Ink. and other material.-: ol the raanulatureiK
And eau therefore atfontflo use, as we
Cards, Envelopes, Gircnlsrs,
THE EVERY DAY WASTS OFTHE COUNTING ROOM ANDTHE
WORKSHOP ARE SUPPLIED AT PRICES WHIOH CAN
NOT BUT GIVE SATISFACTION TO ALL.
'-! a iiJ n' ""i -
4 a itsasss3,;5
THE ArFUGfSS EVSHYWriSKE.
i s:iiiii is yv b
SYWTOrrlS OF A
?.vnm thoB-oadATithc dull a8neAtion in
tha taac part, PEin under tLabToiiide
bir. .a. iallnennaiter batirn?, with nTdisia"
clfnntion to" esertloii of bO(lyorrajn,u.
JrrttabiJttvoftcjnper, liovy spiritaTl-cga
iectod as;ac cfiity, yrcarine.-a. Dizzinass '
'I'.itteflag'oTtlie If cart. Dots faaforo tho
..yw, ouovr Stan, iieeclacne. KcatlPgs-n-.es
at night, lasiily coicred OTine.
T TiEE3ET?7AESIHGS ABS VsiHEEBED,
JtniOUS DISEASES W'.LLSGON 5EDBE10FE0.
TUT5TS PILLS nro ospcclallj'ndapto.-lto
such eaies.one doso oirects suchaclianga
Bt'lVflisiab to astonish tho snfferer.
riCi"2iifrnse ilie Appetite, andcansa tho
iMitiy to Tnfep on FZrah. rhua tao eyatoia Li
:iour;.hcJ.nnil by tlilr'CoiiIoActloncn t'.i6
H IsrestlT Oriiic. CccnitnrMtdut aio pr v
dueel. Price a osnt3. as.llarrayjgU A.V.
..jirir t ( hSncI i jr-Ii utlon of ii-'i I i . Ii
"Warrantv dee li ault claim dep.ila
' and mortgages, tor dale at this office.
AMI J'.Wfcfaa, JWM,HVHtAUWW
m Am iniMn manM
As A'LBAfi fca&Jk5I&&is'.. .V x
Tin, Sheet Iron and Copper Ware.
A G! eral .5-ortir.ent of
3Inge.e Stoves and Kanges
The Bes in the market.
1'nmibinsr goods of all kinds on hand. .lob
work done in a.workmanllke manner.
I UTISI d.
alwnv&lo. the best articles, ftlule ehnifiihR
Bill Heads and Letter Heads.
DE.LEU IX '
New and Choice
M I LLI n:ery,
Desires to call the attention of the Ladies of
Astoria to tho fact that she has received
a large assortraont of the
LATEST STYLES OF
Hats, Bonnets, Trimmings,
Corner Main and Squemoqho Streets.
mUC PARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE ex
JL istlng between c. E. Jackins and John
A. Montgomery under the firm name of
Jackins & Montgomery, has been this day
dissolved by mutual consent. John A.
Montgomery will collect and settle all ac
counts of said llrm.
JNO. A. MONTGOMERY.
Astoria. Ogn, Dec. 9, 1SS1. d-30d
Masonic Land and Building Asso
TVTOTICi: IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT tha
JL annual meeting- of tho stockholders of
the Masonic Land and Building Association
of Astoria, will be held at the offlco of George
T7!fAl in .ctn-;l nn WnitnAertiv ihn Clef- tt
j December. 1831. at 2 o'clock P. M-, for the
purpose oi eiectinz a. ooamoi directors lor
the ensuing year, (consisting of seven mem-
hers) aud for the transaction of such other
asraess as may come before the meeting.
By order of the Board of Directors.