The Daily Astorian. (Astoria, Or.) 1876-1883, August 30, 1882, Image 2

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ASTORIA.OKEGOX ;
WEDNESDAY ....?.. AUGUST "0, l2 .
- - - - - --
j. r. maliorax Editor
Injustice.
. The panic which seems to have j
seized upon the English bench in .
consequence of the Irish excite-
nients, is far from creditable to
fht1 majristraev of Great Brhain.
In -its wnj it matches the parlia-j
ihentary ,scare over the channel
tunnel. In the London central
oritninnl court, three weeks ago,
and before so conscientious a judge
us Sir James Fit7james Stephen,
the police brought up a composi
tor in the printing office of tlio
Frciheit. He had been convicted
of having "published a. scandalous,
wicked and immoral libel concern
ing the murder of Lord Freder
ick Cavendish and Mr. Thomas H.
Burke.' His counsel addressed
the couit in mitigation of punish
ment, alleging that when his cli
ent entered the office of the Frei-
, - -, t i-i
ueit as a cuiimoMiur hi u.u mi, jis j
anvonc else into;ut do. to look lorj"v
work, and th.it as to the number of
the paper containing the article he
only composed and ?ft up a very
littlo portion of it on the second
pagti. The article which appeared
on the iir.st page he only saw after
it had been printed, and oven had
it been contrary to his own feelings
and wishes he could not have
helped the matter, and he would
jiot have written such an article
Himself. Counsel alo called to
aVf witness to speak to the prison
r?."s good character, who Mated
that the poor fellow was not a innn
of any pronounecd political views
whatsoever. Ncveithelcsp, in a
spirit which saor.s stronger of the
days of Charles II. and of the
Popish plot, than of the reign of
Victoria. Justice Stephen not only
sentenced the poor printer to im
prisonment, but in pronouncing
sentence actually said: "Although
you have been connected with the
paper in a subordinate capacity
you have taken an active part in
publishing it to the world at large.
It must be clearly understood that
sentiments of that kind cannot in
England, and indeed in any other
decently -governed country, be
advocated with impunity. I
shall pass a lenient sentence, but
it must not lie n( all understand .-;
. ,. . ,i
indicating any want of detesta- !
. .
ion on me paii. oi ine auommaoie
crime committed by those who
took pail in the writing of the
article." It has been for at leat
a cent ui y ,t par of British eiown
law that evil must cnuetii with
vil act to make a man guilt of
an offense punishable with de
grading impiisontnent. Vet here
was an absolutely innocent agent
condemned apparently in order to
afford a passionate and terrified
jury and an excited judge an op
portunity to manifest their "detes
tation of the abominable etiine1'
committed by a printer in rotting
up "a pari" of a libel which he
declared that he would on no ac
count have written!
Arvici:- from Yokohama, under
date of the 11th in.sr., -ay that ill
feeling amrng American residents
of Japan is excited by the repeated
and appatently studied dicourte-
fies to ,he United States Hag on
the part of British naval officers.
The American ship Swatara left
Yokohama "homeward bound, .July
2 1 ih, and was saluted according
to custom by the wars-hip1? of every
nationality except the English.
The Brish fleet at Yokohama was
jrftcnt jaway on the 2d of July last
aud remained at sen over the
Fourth, avoiding the necessity
.,-vlor -a salnte Similar incidents
, were of constant occurrence
'during Gen. Grant4 visit, and the
- determination of British
i army
officers ut Hongkor:"- to withhold
sahttos on Wasliiiigtonls birthday
has been a rauc of dilTeronof
between those oflicers and the
( . governor, Sir John Hennessy, who
shows the sense of I lit pro
prieties on uch occasions. It is
claimed on bphalf of British agents
that their conduct is regulated by
orders from London.
"The Northern Pacifio Terminal
company," incorporated at Port-
land Jkist Monday. The capital
stock of tnc corporation is $3,000.-;
000, and the programme is rather
an extensive one; being virtually;
t io duuu ana onernie railroad and '
.railroad annurtenances in evervi
advantageous portion of this north-1
west coasL Mcssra Dolphj pres.
cottJiml Thielsen are authorized
lo open stopk hooks nml r0(.(lye
cnuen - ;i;
M J&K,A jJi.gJti.s I
NEW TO-DAY
UNION HOUSE,
Wm. W.NICHOLS, - Proprietor,
Will be Teat for board rs-Jlondaj-3Iornlii.
- Sept.. Itlx.
r.oilfjiny's Kcndy Aow.
700 Acres! Dairy of Stock Farm.
and
Valuable Timber Land.
SO Dairj Cos. 2 Tliree-iiitnr-
jler Jcrcy Hulls. i2 Ilorse..
I Yoke Worli Oxen. 2 Jlilh j
pigments ami Furniture. j
50 toitv Ilaj'.
Ilin ul.r.tH tndiilili. If.uurli 1 !..
il,C Rl averj low appraisement. i.j
JMt.OfK). one Uiinl fiii2li tan
su:il on 3Iorig;us;e.
It iN.iiu:iU-l 0:1 lA'Miiaml n.itk'N Kuii.
Ti!iiles:outlHf -V-tona. antll.'' iailc. from J
flaisop iioacii. mere is a koou Moananmt
l.uiilinKttliiih is acccsMltk to an of t!ie ().
It. V2s. Co"sricrsuamboai-. About half
of tlio 700 acres i Mile laml. well bridged, on
wlurli cattle keep fat tlio jear muml. 'Jlic
other half, level umber Iatul. and about -Jin)
acre in tame grass, Tliouuids of conli ot J
iieiniocK, nrami jnure cm be cut. uonn
tun dollars ami : half at the ktndmc
to which there ! :i good uagon ioiil from
all points, i:ery eoul cat Inula a iead
inatker. In addiiiou. there is anyqujumv
of mill lumber and geod pile. Cood heH
Ing house, barn, and necessary nuthouses,
with an orchard of 10 or 12 acre-, coutauuiu.
almost all kinds of fruit bearing trej, etc.,
li This desirable proper! v luis a frontage
of tuo miles on tbemer bank, and is ad
iniraoly adapted fur settlemrnt bj a com
pany desiring to Co!oni7c, as it is large
enough to divide Into several Janus and
homesteads, ihe contemplated bildgo Ite
twecn Astoilaand Clatsop plains connects
on this propertx. Tarty wistung to spli j,
now supplying Astoria uilh mill:, and if de
sired willlund over good will and buIness
to the purchaser of the propert .
Knot sold befoteSeptember'loth, at pri
vate sale, the whole property will be sold by
catalogue sale, at Public Auction, to the
highest bidders for pasb, on Fridav Septem
ber jr.th, 1S82, at 11 a. M. Title "Warranty
Deed.
Tor further particulars apple to
1-1 HOLDLN.'Auctionecl
and l.eal Kstate Agent.
Y. 31. C A.
Third Annual Pic-nic and Excursion
TO YOUNGS RIVER FALLS.
TIII'RSIKtY. AU4S1TST 1.
The Steamer (. lara Parker will leave Maui
Mre t AVharf at O A. 31
touts will accompany Sie.unei lo tonvev
i:cnrsloul-ts nvi reamer landing an
I oungsver.io:tsneariiici aiisaspossime.
V gencial Invllation is extended to all.
Uverjbodj lrlng their liaiketsfwell tilled,
and be preened to have a good tinje.
TIeltotH. -Adnlls, - - - Hi M)
Children. ... an
M!t! 1IASK.
Secret aij.
FOR TtLLAMOOK BAY,
Tlie ihraeo Steam Navigation (V
Str. G-en, IVIilos
Will leave (it ? Dock,AMoii.i, on
Wednesday, Aug. 30th. at 5 A. M..
l"oi JAKJAIiOI.:iud IIOB.O.V-
VIF.I.E.(TillanHK)l: P.ickin? Cf
rannery.)
Freifflir. ki ton - - -." oo
lasKsiK - - 3 OO
for Hound Tnp - - 7 0
1 vt fujtheriiaiticularsapiilj to
J. J I. D.fillAY, pnt.
-w
AS AH ANTI-B1LI0US MEDICINE,
are incomparablo. They stimulate the
TOIti'ID XJVER.inyisoratotho.NSxn'
OUS SYSTEM, give tono to tlio DIGES
TIVE ORQAUS, creato perfect diVcattcn
andreRularmoveiaoBt of the bowele.
AS AN ANTI-MALARIAL
They hare no equal ; acting as a pre -ent-
we and cure for Bilious, liemittont, Inter -
niittent. Typhoid Fevers, and Fever and
Akuc Upon the healthy action of the
Stomach and Liver depends, almost
wholly, the hoalth of the human tact ,
DYSPEPSIA.
It itt for tho euro of this disease anil il- at-
tendanta, SICK-HEADACHE, ifeKV-
OUSNESS. DESPONDENCy, CON-
JTLe&T10Nt PILES, &c that Uiecr
Pills have gained such a wide reputation.
Mo remedy vaa over discovered that act
I no speedily ami gently on tho digoslivo cr-
, f2tl3, wmoHdviKor to -
Umtilatc food. This accomplisheJ, th
2fJItVS are BRACED, tho BUAIrJ
vnTiTi.owim .-.. pnT.v -.,-.
NOUHISHBP, and the BODY KO-
BL'gr. Try tnia jtemsay miriy ana sai.
wiiiwun Vlsorou3ody,PuroP.'K,.,
stioaK iVcxves, ana a une6rrui nuu.i
lxaiu.1.
rrireSSe. tW 3rurray St., N. .
TUTT'S HAIR DYE.
Cuas 11aiok WniSLXES cbsastoJ to lii.f
ISLvrs b a einle ecpHcalion of tb.s Ir, 1 m
fatU a Net on 1 Color, tod acts lnst&nUt.c it'
sold by DrceciSMorfifalbj-expreMcarecetptu'Si
Office, 35 Murray St., Nsw York
TYW,
Fe BSaKsBH JB
a f a i 9
m&mammnmmMts
PILLS!
MISCELLANEOUS.
THIS jSE.0E2
Fs reserved for
I. J. Arvold's
ADVERTISEMENT.
i,. ,.,., ,-.,-, f,-. .Sail KranriscoJ
l0 hnnS "P !firAre Stock of lioots
jamt rsnoe.s tor uentiemen aim
f.adiei..
H.1S AdVeltlSfiUfnt Will appPJIl
lon ,,!b r,,tur,,
!
A. V. Allen,
(sl'i CKSS.1U TO I'ACiK A' ALLKS.)
WlinV'siie and retail dealer in
Croekery.
Glass and Plated Ware,
TKOI'lCAl AMI nUMHSTlf
FRUITS AND VEGErABLES.
Together with
Wioes, Liqnors, Tofeacco S Cigars
"I he- liirjieM and :uot eonlte svk of
fjtruXi in their hue to he round In the eliy.
tinner flfC.iss and So.uenioeqhe Si reels,
ASIOIUA. ORKCON.
MAUriX l'OAKH. J. .1. slOKr."
FOARD & STOKES,
"Wholesale :md retail dr-aler-i in
Wood and Willow-ware.
GROCERIES,
Tobacco. Cigars. Wines and Liquors
i'oi:i:u;n and do.mivStic
FrvHs and Vegetables
j
1
j COTJXTRY
j
PRODUCE.
1 and
I General Commission Merchants
,
! AHTOItl A , O R Kfi OX.
I Nt,vt IO ()tt. 1SalIw..t .v Nav.coN IK,t,.
w
' m
' S; f I R KV A Ti l'i
1 T?JSff&Bn
' eoen , ortiieboiliesof eitlierofthetuomen
Ipnied Andrew .lohnscn. who weredrowned
latt Satunhn. the 2-th nut.
I XlOXPACKINCICo
Dissolution Notice.
iVTOTICi: IS 1IEKE11Y fil vrv that Tin -
1. partnerhip heretofore eitimrhciueti!
under life finn nlSnc of Clm. Stevens &sln'
HthK day dKsohedhy mutiuil consent. All
outstanduiK liabilities are to be settled b
liie VH flnVi ,0 y,Uom all. indebtedness
should be paid. CHAST STEVENS. I
. . n , . a- STEVENS.
Astoria, Oregon, Julj- 31st, 1882.
m m w m
NEW Gi
x.JSrX aEtSSDDTCJ.O 353 35 PB.IOSS 2
r run opening n lirt clay. tH'k of rw runup re. ni.itt.ir.ii z e. r tliliir in lm- bur of
i Chamber Sots, Parlor FuvnitKiv, (Jni'peis. (Til
Cloths, Mill tings. Lace Curt ai sis. House
Trimmings, itiui the latest novel
ties in interior Oeeoratioiss.
i 1 would n'Spool fully ?ig5i-t to
j fine goods to call. The quality of
1 with their price will enimm'inl them
i
.11nttrUHe ami tleJilinjr in
Agf-nt forlfoovV patent bod-Miln,
. "
use on the Pacific Ooat.
Plavel's building, opposite Welis. Fargo & Go's gSIcq.
m'L T& &? i ff? i
The Bossuottee and Tea Foe !
ffj CBHIIuHi'iFiiUBAfiuMirNQt. ju&jz'
m IBM ftlTMll. iilKir i;x &?
MBNgMI
44- r-j i
SS Jrs oi Jfe,
TWO DUORSEAST OP OCCIDENT,
WILLAMEHE UNIVERSITY.
a50 Sii1oiis anl 2!J JrnlV"sjr;
nl Inslriit'lor..
f'mii iliUnroiil fDiirix: m Hie Colli "t .iinl
ix in the Academy ineludi'Hr :i laisiness
mas are awarded. '1 vveiitv-tv.f. nev. mums
added to the Woman sCullccc
j14.0 isall it eots a oi.in, nem for
tuition and hoard for a year.
Mfc5.(M is nlllh.tr it cnsis a ludv f..r tui-l
tuman.l hoanl in the W.wiuN r'o!le a
" tfifFiRSTTr.RM REOIVi sl I'lr.Mun:
1. lS.-2.
Srnd fopCataloKite to
Thon. Van Mcov. I'J-fvideiit.
d-ai-lm fall-in. Oregon.
Mfl-SUS G. I'-RQSBY,
Dealer in
HARD! ABE, ETON, STEEL
Iron Pipe and Fittings,
PLUMBEESAXDSTKVM I'llTKIi'S
Goods and Tools.
SHEET LEAD STRIP LEAD
qucpt mnu Tiu Aun p.nDDn
wiilli iiiun iV nu vui . Lie
Cannery and Astern Supplies
SfOUPC Tin WPTP atlrf trtlCP
Furnishing Goods.
JOaiilHO IN SHEET WON, TIN. CQP
PER PLUMBING unci STEAM FITTING
Done with neatness and disiuttclu
Nonet.ut tIM elas: woikmen . i:ii!....l
A lao;e aiNtirlment 01;
SCALE?
Convtan'l)' un h.imt
ClMBRf FOR UU.
rilHi: MOST COMIM.KTKI.V riTTl.l) r.m
X neiy on the Columbia llixer -. for :.!-.
With Boats and Machinery.
An ahun-lant upiily of l-'ltlll WA'lHl!.
Sitiiat.-dat Hiiiisry Uaibor, opposite V-.tori:i.
l'or particular, applv t Allen A U-s
Pertland: .1. O. A. Itn'nlir.. Aslori.i. or J.
AVet on the premies.
Assessment Notice.
TVTOllCi: IS ni:itniJY OI VKX THAT AN
J-"J asssincntofnnyiiereeiit.oiithecapi-
t:il stock of the Odd bellows limlnn-llluihl-
ing AsMMriat ion of Astoria. On-'Oii. ha tlii-,
day been lcied. paablc within thirtv d.iis
from date at the ollice of the Secretar..or
othenvlM- be declared deliiHincnt.
j P.y order of the Hoard ofDirertor-.
A..l.Mi:i.I.i:il.Sii:nt iry.
Atoria, Auguil -. lSi'.
td
asic rei:
Uni0n India Rubller 0om!'a!ly ;s '
I Piite l'ara Gum
Crack Proof
RUBBER BOOTS.
TIEWAKE Or IMITATIONS :
ll.- sine the Roots are si.imp.-il i li.U'lZ
P1WOF on tlio heeK and hae the l'UIit:
GUM SPltlXGS on the foot and instep,
which prevent their cracking or breaking.
We arc now making them with ItUlUim:
AND ASBESTOS Srtrs which will make
t them last more than twice as long as an
.Rubber Hoots made.
1 J'OK SALE BY Al.I. UK.YI.KKS.
n. irtvns irrinrr? unTive iir-i.-
' IXG 1I0SK- SPRINGS, i I.OTIIINO.
BOOTS AND SHOl, etc.
ttOOTYEAR Rl'RRER CO.
R. H.rEL,VSE. Jr..l Afro,lt,
3. 31. P.UNYON. f ARe,lts'j
San Francisco.
3m
-"ie31kSrK?uWJ3 -
w
panics deizotw o!" seeing really
my imxh taken in consideration
u. all !ove? of Siu articles.
Ntorb.. ;nl .Hath to isrdrr. -
i
of hic!i thou are oci lO.lHu) in'
J
'
M. W. GALLISK.
MAvw.jLvior
u. l. i ijtL j-ijo,
Mii.i: At: km.
Ms... Afit tiir U:e eelebratei'.
tttzri. E;it-:tl I'oekSiove. j
Ul'ilJALLION YiMMVi'i
t .
M I AM 1 H ll(.s A M'tJ !.j.'l. i
11ne lu: the In . vv.irV.ii.eii emil.-d. I
VH vv..r uuir.tuteed ir no ehare t
?5 FTa 2
cU. a.
cacs'tj
ASTOIJ1A, OHMCOis'
fllLiK VMI15TISS.
ci:o. liii.i.. - - s Rorinirioi;
A U.IH: lRK:,
, Tt,M 5MPnn M
"Ml juii i:i -x.....it notosinn : j
r.iiK.uens. nl I
.-- n.,rv Tr
MB. IIAR11Y COlJLilY
,. .1!llu roA,.lHail .,,, 3an
HISS HOLLIE GHRISTh
Serlo 'itM '.Jiiirn
MR. TOK CHRIST!'
The J'risit-e .r OM llau Sir.
, on:iJor..
'I utii'ther ith a .v.-v.
OHCHSSSTRA,
AH the Old Favorites Retained:
Oj.en nil Ilir var. IVrrun.i:uin- K.i
Mslit. ilislliv thange oV Vm-
sraiaiufonw .:..
('aijiriMuti all Uie latent
so?;c's- DAC?S AMD ACTS-
Vc give the Best
. ...:.t..
t-ifiiinl-oin rv-r.- r
Y tUlULV I-
.IILCI LaillltlCilL
P,. ; :
iionaevlnn-.MM teeat. it.i.jiinent in-
Konaeejtlfte.-.iualto.i!.yleitIvonJ.er".
;i!i:ii.s'iiiriii c ..u not in- nnmii. jkii('iv
IliIiijr to sm-n.1 a ile:.iiit evenni" a:al
see sparkln: wit ami lwawly without l-
I'iniv ci'.tiiui uimriAii in. i.ni.iimiiMH- tiii
.:"':-
, The enuiiMm tdjiijai-esl lie foltr.v. mtj well-
known AitM-
! Mi
r. : t r V." i.tix.
Mi.s Mer.i.ii: Ciii-i.
Mi:, cirvni.iw Ivmiii'i:.
Mi:. Trtji. Cii;:i-tv.
Mi:. Wai.tih: I'akk-".
.'SS -
All of which will appear nisiiMy m Iheirilif-
feruiit sjieeialnes.
4 Open air nncrt eii r rwititu;; iwrform-
fff";?a,BS,.!SSRK.
street; puvato loe ou Cheaa-
aiieecoiiinient.
on lnton
mil-. M reel
Look out fr rjew stars.
$509 Reward.
We will m Ihe above reward fm :m Si '
ofl.ier Complainl. Djspepsia, biek flcatl-
aehe, indigestion, loitstipation or ('c;tie-
nevs weeanr.otcnre with "West ' Vegetable
LUtrl'ilN, lien Ihe direction-; aie stncllj
complied witii. They are purely Vegetable.
-and neer fail to t!se s:iNfaciion. Snaai
coated. Iinie boc-. eoiitrunlng . rills, til
St.. ( hk-atro. I'fee trial jitcknvv sent b
i:,ij pn paid on receipt or :i .-. rent stam j
-. jx Dcnu-nt.ag-at.
bv
AEX-.05iZK,GrT
. . .
fll.Pii.ii.l.n t Z . fl)fl ITtll.fi
VI tl " ' "r "I '.-,
m:at. cniar am ii'ick. p.y
;i:u;ict: i.ovz:tt.
.Alain htitet. oj-posite X. Loeb'".
m . n c " -r:
eeiu-j. i or ;.iie ny an i miggiLs. uev.are of
counterfc it-? and imitations. The genuine
umnurai-turcd onlv b .John CAVkstccCo., t "
: "Tho Pill M.il.ir" 11 nm! 1-.l . "VTmliiii '
H tfc-J - t- . Z 2 -t t Vl Hi j;j:,j - " a i --- '-m- t y -: . r9 . 3 V V - UM
L3i!!I.Ji!jl JiiPijIi 11111111 SI lfH gij J iH
UHLRKK - L:i - 'JAJtiJXn
JHCSTE?5
nfifg
9 ffi iv ffi &&
&"
BfiUBB GQBDS BBPAB'TMENV,
Lavsjrc lot ofa;ood serviceable Dross Goods
reduced to 1.2 cents per yard.
I Splendid all Wool Oashmeres, all colors,
reduced to -tO cents per yard.
' TKEMENDOUS REDUCTION!
Ail our 81. JO Oashmeres, all colors, re
duced to 80 cents per yard.
e GrepJml 8p,nii8$e of ih& Samoa I
QalJC0St lfi J 0f a
Handsome pieces
vai,ls 1 00
of
foitingliain Luce Window Curtains at
verv Iov' lia'urcs.
Call early and secure clioicc selections.
W still teetfrQ OS3. 2s.as3td about 20 Hand
soKa ladies Gloaks,
To he disposed of nt a sacrifice.
Besio- almost closed out of Ladies sizes, vc have still on
hand a line of Foxed Cloth Shoes.
Also a few Pebble Side-laced, a handsome Shoe formerly
sold for $2. 50 and now at 1,75.
Also Children's Kid Shoes at 40 cts.; a handsome Childs
Kid Slipper at 50 cts.: Buttoned Kids at 60 cts.
.it.rMA:Ki:n?ui Hne of Misses Kid and
tnan . F. wholesale prices,
i
I A splendid Hoys Winter Shoe
! By order of Creditors at
IfPlfeyr 111
Fo!fea M. H
t.s? ( t 1SM1; TO JAOKl.N S. 'MOXTUOJIEUV.)
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TfrgKiiSElp
ii.vSi!li
S;.t?iMTr!i,T
Iji v5 Kw H'
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ffltn
K?2S-
& r?rf 3trS&jg m? vi
fgm!& fSi0F&
11 iTTSJSSla
sSr
fgr ij-zEzzz-
CHAS. HEiLBORN,
irANirPACTURBIl OP
'FIJRlSILTITPvE
AND DEALER IN
Carpets. Oil Cloth.
L " '
Vsf i niiGw suaues, Lacs uupiains,
WfKDfAV COIIMGES AND CEJJITAIN POLES
Coniplele in every branch.
MARTIN OLSEN,
ni:v i.Kit in
PILRNITUEE
t'M'iH'i- Trlain antl Nijueiiiniiua Street', .-4toria. Ox-ckoii.
WIDOW SHADES AND TRiMMINCS; LOOKING CLASSES ETC.
. Complete te!..
PKICES AS CHEAP AS QUALITY WILL AFFORD.
A7S. ZraS)K OF rriSXXTl52K RKPATZS23D AX1 VARNISHED.
UKSurujMacmicu
i?5j 3.:? J Mj if ill Hlilill iil'TlH
U UlRliL.liU'. U..J1."
CZZ2
J3
I 0S
M "?- 15
begt brancSj 1.00
Dress Grins:ham, 10
Pebble Buttoned Shoes at less
at si. 75 worth $3.00.
TORE
DSVI.CR, I
Tm Shcot lron and cPper Warc-
. -. .. a . .
i i-itt-nii .iioMiiinieiii ci
HOUSEHOLD GOODS.
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