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. AUGUST Jw. 1SS2 i al presumption of fraud, and is
' commonly held to vitiate a pol-
rni..ic3 It is a common practice in
"' many parts of the country. fr
Suburban Resorts. persons to iuure personal prop-
Witii the filling uj of thelert.v in exce of its valu, with
ettc valley ami the towih ' the consent of auenis, whu&c eom
land comes tlu necessity i mission i ther.'tiv increased. Tin-
as well as comfoit. of the citizens J
of that city to seek the seacoast.
Many camp and occupy the sum-
tner hours along- the beach in this
vicinity above and below the
mouth of the Columbia river.
But we would suggest something1
more permanent than a tent or
small plat upon the seacoast.
The north and south slopes of the
land about Astoria afford pleas
ant and healthful sites for summer
residences. This land can be had
at low rates such as will, by annu
al increase in value, yield the pos
sessors, in time, a good return up
on their investment. This land is
out of the city, but so near by that
one can have the advantages of
mail and physicians, near tele
graph oflice, and in reach of a
daily line of boats to the interior.
Here would not be sea bathing,
nor the beach and roar of the
ocean, but the gentle ripples of
Young's bay plaj- along the shores
while the silver streams of
Young's river and Lewis and
Clark's river extend southerly for
miles. In the distance looms up
Saddle mountain surrounded by
blue outlines of lower mountains
and hills shadowing the low rass
lands along the streams.
In time this will become the
resident portion of Astoria, but at
present is sufficiently outside and
secluded for all camping purposes.
Jay A. Hubkell, the managing
man of the Republican congres
sional committee, is doing better
WQrlc for the Democrats than for
his own party. The assessment
circulars signed by him and sent
to every person in the employ of
the government, have aroused a
feeling of intense disgust among
hundreds of thousands of Repub
licans, who will not support such
jl machine as he proposes to run,
no matter what may be the results.
They believe that if the country is
to be disgraced b the acts of men
in office, the Democrats had belter
have the reputation of doing it.
The true purpose of Republican
ism is to suppress just such abus-sj
as Hubbell takes pride in defend
Edison is tli most promihinir
man of iho ago. A week or two
ago, he announced thai ho was al
ready to light a oortain section of
Xew York city with hi eleetrio
lights, but there has boon auothor
indefinite postponement. Poihaps
he has not invented anything after
all. Or the speculators who are
backing him may find i! more
profitable to defer operations until
a later day. If his alleged inven
tion is not a failure his company
must be drawing a larger revenue
from the gas companies than they
could derive from the business of
furnishing- electric lights.
Somu of the experts in a recent
murder trial have sued the man
they saved for the fee. The whole
expert business at, murder trials is
becoming a farce, because men can
be found to swear for the side
which will pay them best. Pay
ment to these? as to other wit
nesses; in this manner, ought to be
declared bribery. Men of special
knowledge, or who make a special
study into a case ought .to be paid
by the government, and bo relieved
from the temptation to swear the
iway-which will do their patron the
TnE decision of Judgo J!)e:t(ly,
which we gave a few ilays ago, j
causes no' little comment amongst 1
the loggers of our countv. The!
gist of the whole matter is that
the railroad company has no right
to give any one leave to cut tim
ber on their unearned timber lands,
and any one doing so is subject to
thevrebute of the law. '
Tin: insuring of propeity for
more than its true value, is a le-
impression extensively pit-vans,
tnat tMe f,1'l amount of a policy;
w' "e paid, m case of the do
struction oi. propeity, in spite of
the publicity that is often given to
its falsity. Many incendiary files
arc doubtless the work ot person
who have an excessive insurance t
on personal property; they think
that they can recover from the
insurance companies all that is
called for by their policies, ami do
not care if half a city is destroyed
in consequence. This is a constant
source of danger to the ewne: .f
buildings; their tenants are ii.i!.,.- i
to get over-insurance and burn
them out. As arson is vcrv dif
ficnlt of piooof such matters are
not often ventilated in court, but
the "loser' whoe personal prop- I
crty was unduly insured soon
makes the discover that he can
only collect for the damage he
can prove, and abandons his at
tempt. For the protection oft
owners of buildings, if not foi the
benefit of insurance companies,
there ought to be a law which will
put a stop to the practice of over
insurance, by punishing the agent
as well as the injured in such
cases. Responsible underwriters
would gladly aid in the enforce
ment of such a measure, and as
the ofiense would be easy of de
tection, the abuse might cense
altogether. It is now increasing
rapidly, and has become so con
spicuous that it calls for a remedy.
Indeed, in some cases, theie is
hardly an effort on the part of an
agent to conceal the fact that he
knowingly insured property for
more than it was worth.
Union India Rubber Company's
I'nre Para Gum
InTrt'AKH OP I.M1TVTI0XS' .
!. nif the Htntts ate Mainpcd t HACK
VllOUF on the heels, and have UwVCItE
Vl'M Sl'JtlXas eta the foot and inW',
uhlch prevent their cnickin or lireakuit:.
AVo are now inaUiPR thein with i:rn;n:tt
AXDASliESTHS Sole which will make
them last more than inlca- lon;;a anv
Knlthcr Hoots matte.
TOlt S.VI.K IIV Al.l. DKAI.KJJS.
A 1.1. KINDS la'UIJKi: P.KI.TlXi:. 1'ACK-
isa. jiosi:. spkixgs. clothing.
1500TS AND .SHOlIS.ele.
:ODY11tSS Kl'BItF.R ".
:: San Francisco.
WILL S.UL FOi:
YAQUINA, AND COOS BAY,
Oh. ot alont the UOth last.. or(i afiT.
For Freiftlit or Paajre. itnjiiire at tin f-tn-e,
on Main Mrect Wharf.
NOTlCi: IS HERKP.Y GIVFN TMAT I SIF.
'it aSM'stnent ill for l-"2 is mm in
inj hands for collection, and all person tnat
arc indehted for the same may s:ie five jer
cent Jiv paying wld l:tes hefoie Ati. UMh,
is .i. ;. hfstu:i:,
Clt j Treasittvr.
-ftTKlTlIFj; TIIK CA1TATX NGK Till:
1.1 Coit-jpnees of the llritish liark Wolfe
will he resHinsihle for any dehts thai ma
hi- contracteil hv the crew.
.stoiia, Oregon, August 7, IS2. did
AP.VSS-IiOOK WITH THE HIKKKNIA
Savings and I.oan Society of San I'litn
ciseo. in the name of Margaret Graham t
Daniel Graham. No. CtlTS. lite finder wilt
please ret tint to lUnk.
.lnlyili. 1CAL d-.t
AI'ASS-nOOK WITH THE HlP.EliMA
Savings and Loan Society of San I'nni
cisco. in the name or Battholomew NaIl.
No. 90,537. Tlie finder will please return io
July 17Ui 1SS2. d-.'.t
Meeting of Pilot Commissioners.
h. c. coMi:c.ys. ii-:'
ICa'ama, V.. T. AiiRiist S. lsi aio -J "
T I ( A Q"
LMl'tWrKU ANfllVIiOLlISALEAND UK
TAIL i)KALJ:it IN
flT115 i.iTi 1 T Ka i.iTlftTT 1 TiTT4TfTl
Corner Clienanms and Cass streets.
ASTORIA - - - - OBEGON
niiwkiiij ui i imi vuiiiiiiiddiuiibio. i ii .u uie. nae ill lliai IliaiKT.
A MEETING OF Tni: HOARD OF Pdot , ,. .. Y- 1'A-:,-ElI.
Coinmls.sioners for Washington Ten Ho- - ' ,m Assivir of
r-.willbehe!datllwaco, AV.T..on Thurs-: . -. , t hitMipi omti.v.OKn
dav.Augnst2Itli.lW2. BvorderoflhePoard. Asti.iu.Aiuu-.l .. Ksi dm
nuiiTiriii ill v.iiix i.inniiiick'inMurf
A. V. Allen
(srecisou 'io r.K & allkx.)
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TJ.OPH'AI A XI) DOMKSTH'.
FRUITS AND VEGETABLES.
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inier nf f.Ks ami Siuieiiiivn.hi Klivels,
MAKTIX rOAIMK .1. .). TKi:S
FOARD & STOKES,
"Wholesale ami retail dealers In
TPoorl aad Willow-ware,
Tobacco, Cigars. Wines and Liquors
1'OKKIfiX AND nOMKSTK'i
Fi 7a.? a v cl Y eg eta bias
General Commission Merchants
Ncl to Onon Hallway Xai . va" .
OYSTERVILLE, - - W. T.
tiii Allies ftoiu IIAVACO.
Stai' o tu-ct ing Daily. Fare. - - tl x
Prfsai.l hy I he Day.
Hoard livlhe Week
o !!. riam, etc.. kept coitNltintlv on
han'd and ned in any sljle. without rint
li:t, is to he foiiiiit at Ins
ol.D STAND IV OKAYS P.F1I.DIN.
When he is doins
Blt;sEM'IiASK XVOUU O.VI.V.
TIMU: W11AP.F ONCE KXOWX AS THE
JL N. P. T. t'oV.. and later a? Hustler's
wharf, will, together with tin whaif now in
proeiss f i-on! ruction. Ie hen-after kttuwti
a the .Main street Whaif.
I.G. Ill STLEl:, Agent.
Notice to Taxpayers.
IT M NOW ASSESSING AND COI.LIXT-
ing the Slate and Coiutlv Poll taxes, and
will i-onti'iuc until all arc collected.
PcrMi.shainglaali!e propei1 in Clat
sop County are alsoicqucNlctl to jjlve in to
mo statements of all .such pmprriv for a-
-.ssiiient. w. w. pai:"Ki:i:.
Coimlx Asm-su Clalsop Co.. Oiegon.
A t Tin. August ". I sS2. I f
We will paj the ahove reward for auvcasc
ofl.ier Complaint. Dystepsi.i. Sick Jleiul
adie, indigeation. Constipation ir Costlve
ness we cannot cure with West's Vegetahle
LHer Pills, wiien the directions are .strictlv
coinpliwl with. They are purelv Vegetahle,
and never fail to ghe stitisfaetion. Sug:ir
coated. I-nrge hoxes. containing : Pills, 23
cents. For .sale by all Druggists. Itewah'of
count ei felts and imitations. The genuine
manufactured onlv hv Joiix C. "Wkst & Co.,
"The Pill Maker." lsl ami 1C W. Madison
St.. Chicago. Free trial package sent hv
mail prepaid onicrelpt el a 3 cent .stamp.
W. lu Dement, agent.
Equalization of Assessments.
hjetkm: is hekep.y given that ox
J-N the last Mondn in Aus:iLst. lSs2, the
Iloard of I'qualiJitioii if Clatsop countv
will attend at the ofih-e or the Countv CletK
in said county, and puhlich examine' the as
sosiiieiit roll for the purine f conectiug
all errors therein. In the valuation. leerip
Ileii or juahlyof lauds, lots or otlier prop
er!;. :and it Is the duly or all neiM-ns mter
esti'd to apiK.ar at .said Po.ir.l al that time
ana piece wiui ineir complaints or icquests
l'', a'". "W' Mr Kogen' ludi,-
- - - . -
: FOR SAI.E.
a moii:rx wilt iiousk oy five
"- i:ooms,ith Lot .V) bv 100 feet. Bay
vtndows. etc For lurther Information aud
rice Inquire ofj c. W. SHIVELY.
he BossCoffee and Tea Pot
TWO DOOttS EASTIOF OCCIDENT,
:i50SttiIitf and '2il I,r4lVjors
Four ilifToront course in tin t'olliin ami
.slv in Hie Aeuleiny intlailin :i Itn-hii'v,;
course ami Teachers" rom-e rnr which liiI-
mas are awarded. 'Iwent-tw new moms
added to the Ayoman's Cotlei-.
S144.00Kall it coMs a eimi: hkiii !r
tuition and Itoanl for a year. ;
S1H5.00 i all that it ei.-ts a la.I for ltd-
Holland lwarl in the W"iii:tn' Oidlcm a ,
efl-Kii:TTi:i:M i:r.cis M:rn:MP.i:i:
Tltiw. an Scoy. I'ri'siileiil.
d-al-lui Salcin, Onon.
SIR. TOM CHRISTY
MAGNUS C. CROSBY,!"'"- """"JL.Si."" !":"""
HARDf AEE, IBOM, STEEL,
Iron Pipe and Fiiiinys,
PLI'MliKKS AXP STICAI FI'ITICUS
Goods and Tools.
SHEET LEAD STRIP LEAD
SHEET IRON T!H AND COPPER.
Caiery aid mam Supplies
Vfnuop Tin Worn nnri Ututcr.
wW.wH .... ..w.w ..w ..uws.U
& uiiiiauiiiu, uuuuo.
JOBBING IN SHEET IRON. TIN. COP
PER PLUMBING and STEAM FITTING
Done iviih neatness and dispatc!:.
None tmt llrt class workmen employ ed.
A large assortment of
Goastantly on i:.iud.
X,. K. g. sivjcxt-ss:.
ImiMirtcranil Wholesale dealer hi
Cigars and Tobacco, Smoker's Ar
ticles, Playing Cards, Cut
lery, Etc., Etc.,
j nt- j.iijii-si .inn iiiit-si suvi t'l tit-i-isi-iiaiiei
niul Anil)iT"iMnl.sin theeilv. Pnrtieol.ir :it-
tentiou paid Io orders from" the eoiiutiv and
Glteuamusstrect. Astoria. Oregon.
lA. Y;m Duscn & Co.
yoru t:iijpi:cTpr:.i.y call tiii:
attention of the Puhlieto the fact tliat
the are Agents 'or the fnllouin sewing
liKitliiii. s. u :
Tin- Iiti'i'( 4i! Sinr.
Whiehlhey are elliit: fmm 3.". tui.lO.
oneh and ilcfy 'oinpetition.
Persons uiliiim to piuchasc iu:uliii:e
should call and inspect our stock liefoienir
chasiiiKelsewliere. as wejriurantce titgivi
peircet satisf.mlon as regards fju:lii and
Benton Street Improvement.
XOTIC'K is hereby ahen that the
Common Council of the City of Astoria
propose to order the imptou'P.u'nt of
that portion of Jlcnton Stu-et from the
south side of Concomly .street to the
north side of Court street in AlrCltire'.s j.
Asiona, by plankiux 11k- same through
the center twenty feet in width with
new and Found three inch plank.
and unless a remonstntnee signed hy;
the owners of two thirds of the luoner-
tv fronting ou said lMrtinn or said street
be hied with the Auditor and Cleric
;ilimt.ii. .i..vrr... i.n ..oi ,.,.i.i:
the Common Council will order aW Im- aninteed riulri'- c,,,tMl uori
jn ovement to be made. ' ZJ-1 '. :
llv order (if the Common f'nnueiL
f.c. oiiis is,
.uuuor aim i leiK.
Astoria, August 9th, 18S2.
Street Grade Notice.
jsuiiue. is uereov aiven mat uiei
Common Council of the cit of Astoria
nronose to establish the tirade of Wall
street, in Shively s Astoria, from the east
side of West Fifth streetrto the western
limit of said Wall street. The xrxdc to
he established as follews: At the crosvj.
iiifra nf Wncf tWli ctront- -. Ti.iA ..t
WcM Seventh street. 71 feet: at We.M
Kihth street, S3 feet; at Wet Ninth
street, 7S feet, alwve the hase of grades.
Jv order of the Common Council.
F. C. NOItltIS,
Auditor and Clerk. -Astoria,
August 10, lSftf. lOtd
Street Grade Notice.
NOTICE is hereby iiMi that tin'
! Common Council of this eilj of AMoria I
j jirojiose to establish the grade of Couri J
, street in McClurc's Astoria, for the easl
1 ern limit of said Court street to the west
j side of Lafayette street . The grade to j
. he as follows al the crossings of Court
and Olney street 41 feet, at Cenevievet
street ."jfeeU at Cass sircet lit feet, at
I Aloin tfriirt-rnfwh nr ItontAti OnwHt!
1. . , .... -..t ,r.i r. , ..i.nn..
feet, at .Lafayette street 12-J feet, ahove.
the base of grades.
Ilv order of the Common Council.
F. C. XOKRIS, 1
Auditor and Clerk.
Astoria, August lot b, 18S2. totd I
may r.r. w.i !
Isi. .o:it for !!: i-Minlvt
i:ie..' Vntrnl "o.li Sim4-
mtam rrniM; a m-i-viai'iy.
-l.f tllll lilt ltM V.llll.li:. II fllltlhlVl'lt
r . i etiaive.
OKO.IIII.L, - - - PitOlMSIirrOK.
WALTI'.K l'AP.KS. - STACK MAXAfiKi:
New Stars in Xtoiiitl Succession I
rii-T'eineiit f f
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ilB. JlARRY COJjiiSY
. , ., ,. , ...
I'nd ntatti. 'ntiiinnii :iiiil Daacer
miSS MOLLIE CHRISTY
S-eri 4iitie tiMMi
Tnether with n new
. All the Old Favorites Retained.
Oprii all liie c:tr. IVtTo:ti::iu;'t- l'. ry
ili. KnJlre Iinime or I'm-
Si-aitDuc :rr a Ye:'I.
('oiiiprisinall the latest
SOKCS, DAKCHS AND ACTS.
We give the Best
In the West.
The theatre is ciowded liightK. and :U1
amusement can not he excelloil. Anbodv
wMiimr to speiul a pleasml evening and
iing to spend a pleasant evening and
MKirklln wit I'lid heautv without uil-
i gnrity. should improe the opport unit) and
flie company comprises the following well
Mts-i Paxxii: AYai.tox.
Miss Mei.i.m: Cmuvr..
Mi:. Gn.vtu.ES Koiii.ki:.
Mi:. Toji. Chi:it .
.Mi:. Walthi: J'auks.
Mr. 1Ivr Co.vi.k.
I Mr. Harry Clkxn.
I All of which will appear nightly in their lir-
Open air concert ciTveenmir: rerforni-
i anceeommcnclmrat S: cntmnco to theatre
; on Pcuton street ; prtate loxes on Cliena-
Look out for Xtfew Stars.
V Jr- 9-
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. t illlll tfl t IJII' ll M t I" Illlill
-30 ni-VQ eveiymau in Asjoila h:is:nle.v
5 VJJ llt "" ,J"'hes
ISMfe VAUK KV XIZAXW
SS ou '
Pants, Genuine iMfiichC.tssimcre - vd r-o
Suits from - - - - 21 W
Tin finest line of samples on the coast to I
select from. P..I.MKANV, '
Cass stn'et. next to Haie-nfs.Ieuclrj store ,
" SJOO MM!)!! "!
l A. P.K PAID I" POX TM'liUMA'llOX
It leadim: to the eontction of any party
Peruvian Biilcr Bottles.
'I he unines of such jicrvinis round guilty
will also he itihlLshed in cesvleathn m-ws-
vii..mi:i:dixc ii c..
San Kmnrlseo. Cal.,
i rt'iieml Agents lor I'enivian I'.itters.
l.Or.I". cv CO.. Agents Astoria. J
G STiNSON & )
I At Ca,. Kilgf.n .(l MMMl Cll
.7.i ,...-. o,,,,,;
I ..mi.vouri nirtti1.
. corner of Cass '
w s:. ZtSJS:3g;E3'-,3?.
. ASTOltlA. OKi:(50X
hatthciDRUGS AND GHEffiiCALS,.
Toilet and Fancy Articles,
, . rm-nxm TTrmrmmnc
! PATEKT 33EDICIWSS,
, , . .
usT-rrenptions earcrullv romjioundedMi ,
t--IIonicopathlc Tinctures and iv:i.is.
a '""'" aneemes a..s. .et.i.
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S-Special indiiceiiients offered
To save expense, w hereby notify all persons indebted to the Cali
fornia tore, that a speedy settlement is necessary. Action will be
tal;en to collect same oO days from date ol" this notice. By order of
Creditor. Astoria, Oregon, July 25th, 1S83.
St Ct"lMOt: TO .JACKIXS & MOXTGOMEKY.)
CJOSSAKX OF ."SIAIX.AXl
FURNITTJE-E S? BEDDING
AND DEALi:il IN
Carpels, Oil Clotli, Wall Paper, Mirrors,
! Window Shades, Lacs Curtains,
VVINPOW CORNICES AND CURTAIN POLES
Complete in cver- hranch.
i)i:ai.i:i: ix m
orner I?Iu:i niul Squeiuoqna Streets. Astoria. Oi'egon.
WIDOW SHADES AND TRIMMINGS; LOOKING GLASSES ETC.
A Complete ftucli.
PRICES AS CHEAP AS QUALITY WILL AFFORD.
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lil. nb I 111 ii'iik n rmnrr-iir-rr -,. - - .. .
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S &. EnS e m SB n t -: ; i I Xi $ fa-r II It: i mm
&SEEI c5 3 b.2.R$.2 - g r S - a f7J -fc Q 2 Si
"' .2 5 &s S ? s "J s -i i $&m "-5 fc vA5 m
d m k. a i?" Sss" c 3 S-3 JZ -y ; tc tTPw 5 21 rs. V v: 1
HfiiG f I
III I I U III ! Ill III II !! i
of Creditors a
Tin, Sheet Iron and Copper Ware.
A General As-fortmentrof
Magve Stoves and Kangea
The Pest in the market.
Pitimhin Koods of all kinds on (hand. Joh
work done in a workmanlike manner.
Picture Frames and Mouldings,
RCP.URLD A2H VAKSISIIED.