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ASTOKIA. OKEG03 :
FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 1,1K2
Astoria's Coasting Trade.
Among the enterprises that As
toriaus are engaged in, that of
opening up communication with
isolated communities and building
up a local trade is deserving of
mention. "Within the last year there
has been a steady and successful
effort to secure the trade of.outly-
ing communities that by reason of
their position and identity of in
terests should mak their head
quarters for supplies at Astoria.
The Ilwaco Steam Navigation
company and the Shoalwater Baj
Transportation company have been
doing good work in this respect.
They have buill first-class vessels,
well adapted for the coast trade,
and have established regular lines
of steam travel between various
points on the coast. The S. J). 'J1.
Co., make it possible now to reach
Olympia in sixty hours from Asto
ria, and that, too, through some of
the most delightful scenery in
America, and have opened to the
world that great empire of the fut
ure, extending from Shoalwater
Bay, and Gray's Harbor tcMonte
sano and Chchalis. They have
long since brought Ilwaco, Oys
terville, and, indeed, all Pacific
county, into speedy communication
with Astoria, and are now stretch
ing out to Tillamook and other
southerly points. On the Miles,
which left yesterday morning, went
goods of various kinds to Garibal
di, llobsonville, and other points,
and on her return fo-day she
brings back the dairy products of
that fertile region. It is a trade
that rightfully belongs to Astoria,
and the enterprising men that are
bringing it here desen e commen
dation and support.
A line of steamers is just like a
newspaper in-at least two respects;
it tikes money to run both, and
in both cases, the better support
ed they are, the more efficient the'
are, and the more useful to the
public. If our northern fiiends
sec fit to go to Portland for their
goods, and pay from seventeen to
twenty-two dollars a ton to have
their goods shipped to Kalama,
there sent to Olympia, and there
carried in wagons to its destina
tion, ot course that is their privi
lege, but it is manifestly money in
their pockets to buy their goods in
Astoria, and get the boats thai
run from here to take their freight
at one-third the old charges and
far more expeditiously than before.
Force Will Prevail.
Ir two drowning men come with
in reach of a fragment of the
wreck which can save one but not
both, cither would be justified by
the law of the land in slaying the
other, to preserve his o n life. A
nation involved In war will in like
manner disregard all treaties and
compacts when they stand in the
way of an ultimate ictory. It is
not expected that any nation in
the world will respect the terms of
an agreement, if it is working dis
astrously. The success of the
military operations of the JJriiish
in Egypt, seem to require the oc
cupancy of the canal; it has been
taken, and would have been, had
there been a bushel of treaties to
the contrary. The English arc
strong enough to do so, there is
an important object to be gained,
and they have not hesitated to act
upon the very first occasion. A
canal connecting the Atlantic with
the Pacific, would be seized by any
stronger power, in case of emer-i
gency,no matter what sort of in
ternational compacts may have
been entered into. If such work
were completed, the United States
would not hesitate an instant to
send its (fleets th rough it if the
lactlie possessions woro menaced
by an enemy; if I3rilish Columbia i
tu4.u in iiiiuiitiuiiL (jciii, tin; liiig-
liolt rrnttl1 rmvenn t-i.t1.... ...,
...-,.. vutu u..-,i .. .liun.ii
no matter what agreements to the
contrary'' may have been made in
timesof peace. If a canal were
built and owned by the United
States, its neutrality would be vio-!
lated in case of any great andj
uuv,IBlim necessity, umess
theie were superior force on the
jspot to prevent such a proceduic. j
W nnrrt nAnil Kn ttrhfttttisw i 1
...v-.w m.i, ut, uuuiiii t;i
alarming in such considerations,
because every nation -would antici
pate them and discount them if
planning for war. It would in
effect be the same as if a naturol
water course had ahvns existed
there. The discussions which
have in the past been had about
guaranteeing the neutrality of the j
canal, are of not much more piue
tical value than the debates of u
county lyceum. Force will pre
vail. Xo treaty or compact which
restrains one of the belligerents
from the use of an effective weap
on, will be allowed to stand in the
wav. The trrcatest juns will eon-
finno lo rule the world, but the
latent ability In produce big guns
on short notice, will count Pm
almost as much. The military
power of the United States, with
neither army or navy, to speak of,is
piobably respected fully as much
as the power of some conntiies
which are wasting ilieir means in
the equipment of costly navies,
and in I he maintenance ! l.nn.'
A onstan'ijnepli: despatch of
the 20th ult. saysM. Condaurcetis,
Greek ambassador, represented to
Said Pasha that the collision was
piovokcd by violation of Gieek
territory by Turks. Said Pasha
replied that last month a detach
ment of Greek troops crossed the
frontier and cut telegraphic com
munication between the Tuikish
military post and village. The
Turks requiring supplies were
obliged to pass through a part of
the Greek territory, when they
were opposed and fired upon by
Greeks, and retaliated, driving off
the latter. The poite has tele
graphed its minister at Athens
instructing him to name a
representation to the Greek gov
ernment insisting upon a cessation
A n:i.Kt;i: or from Alexandria,
dated Aug, 20th, says that those
afloat in the harbor to-day wit
uessed the unusual sight of keel
hauling three Arab sailors on board
the Egyptian frigate, Sunday, for
minder. They were first flogged,
then tied with rope and hauled up
to the port side yard-arm and then
diopped into the sea and dragged
under the keel and hauled up to
the stai board yard-arm. They soon
Pj.eident Arthur is riding fox
chases and dining at Newport, 1. f
At Knappa, on the 10th mst, to the
wife of J. G. Jloss. a daughter.
AtKnappa, on the 27th inM-.. U the
wifpof Chas. J.0-.5, a son.
BIDS AWLL UK KKCElVED Hi THE
undersigned up to noon Sept. so, 1SSA
fortherentnig of I lie first floor of the brick
building now In process of erection; separ
ate bids for each room; and time or lea-;
three years from about January l. t&l.
llids to state the Kind of biismers the lessee
pioposes to cam on. Tor further particu
lar? enquire of tho Directors. The richt to
reject any and all Mils is icserved.
See. (. F. L..A: 11. Association,
Id "of Astoria, Oregon.
TTtUE J'AUTXEUSnir iieretoi-oiic
JL evlstlns between Wetherbee & Thonies
lias been tins day mutually dissolved. Mr.
Wetherbee retiring oa account of poor
health. Mr. Tliomes wII JinMi all unsettled
lmshicos in Oregon.
V. JL WETHEHUEK,
Asioi ia. Oregon, Aug. .".l, 1SS2. dtd
between John Eehle and Geo.
3ans is this day dissolved hv mutual con
sent; the undersigned will pay all debts
owing and collect all bills due the Jinn
Astin i.i, August 2i., 152.
I will continue the business at the old
stand and will sell good meat at living price.
vroxrec is hkreiiy given that the
L partnership beietofore evistimr bctivwn
Chas, ,ste ens and I!. V. Stevens, of this cit ,
under the firm namo of Chns. Stevens JiLSon.
tst ids day-dissohed by mutual consent, aii
the old iirni. t1 whom all indebtedness
t7uiiuiiiii iitii'uiiii ur tu uf i"iiiti u i
.should be paid. CHAS. STEVENS.
Astoria. Oiegon, July sist, iss.
, - j
. Ufm llf UlPUm O r ..: ..
tuMiM-j'niii.n.iiiwnwM, rrujji icior,
Will he readv for boinlois-
in ne reau lor noaniei,-
3Indy3IornIBff. - Sept.. Ith.
Is reset ved for
I. J. Arvold's
lie has left for San Francisco,
to bring up a large stock of Boots
and Shoes for Gentlemen and
His Advertisement will appear
en his return.
A. V. Allen,
fjsUCCE'WMtt TO I'AOK Y ALLKN.)
Wholesale and rot.dl ilfaier tu
Glass and Plated Ware,
TROPICAL AND DOMESTIC
FRUITS AND VEGETABLES.
Wines, Liquors, Tobacco g Cigars
The largest and most complete stock .f
goods In their line to be found In the city.
Corner of Cass and Sfjuemocjhe Streets,
MA KTIX FOARD. J. .1. STOKKS
FOARD & STOKES,
Wholesale and retail dealers in
Wood and Willow-ware,
Tobacco. Cigars, Wines and Liquors
l'ORElGN AND DOMESTIC
Fruits and Vegetables
n-i tt t mm .
General CommisBion Merchants
Net to Oregon Hallway .t Nav. ro'i Dock,
rilllC DELINQUENT TAX ROLL FOR
! r Vue ?.oar .18sJl' t0Kclher w itli a warraut
from tnc coUnty court for tho collection of
paj'il plVVsecttlTnt MW&
.A.:Kr:D jl:e:d,cto:e5:o i:o.xo252i3 2
j I am epenmj: a first class stock 01 No Furniture. compiiMiv ei-r thiutrin tin line of
Chamber Sets, Parlor Furniture, Carpets, Oil
Cloths, Mattings. Lace Curtains. House
Trimmings, and the latest novel
ties in Inferior Decorations.
I would iespcctfuli sugge-t to
fine afoods to call. The mialitv of
with their price will commend them
-HaltroNses ami tE-.lilinjr in
Ao-ent for-IIoev's nati-nt brd-snfa.
use on the Pacific Coast.
Flavel's building, opposite Welis, Fargo &. Co's cSce.
H. W. GALLIGK.
TWO DOOllS EAST OF OCCIDENT,
rr r , c c i
Haj, Oats,.- Straw.
Lime, Brick, Cement and Sand
IVooil DcIEvorctl to Order.
Draying, Teaming and Expiess Business.
Horses ana Carriages for Hire.
WINES, LIQUORS AMD CIGARS.
During this week our entire Mock of
Cents Furnishing Goods,
HATS AND CAPS.
BOOT AXI SIIOKS. t:t,-., S'.tr.
To make room for a eomlele -lock t
Hardware and Ship Chandlery.
Knf will lind in.iiiv deirahle gootU in
the lot. and all at extremelv low prices.
will find many deirahle g(
. anil all at extremelv low priit"
A. VAN DUSEN & GO.
ATOTICE LS HEREBY GIVEN THAT AX
asiesin?nt of ' hhy .er ivntV on t he capi-
tock of tho Odd Fellows I-ind and l!uild-
fnl ctnolr 1
Inrr ccntoMnn ft Acfnrln Oftnii lifis f Itic J
otherwise be declared delinquent.
Hv order of the Board of Directors.
Astoria, Augmt 2, lss2.
IT: Tlo TtnWinr nma
wuiuu muia uuuuci uviupaujf a
I ore lara enm
Mi mm. . . Xriantl never fail to give satisfaction. Sugar I
W1bX Wr K il fl coated. Largo boxis. containing .- TilK 2Ti '
ViCvvIk JL JL WJL' cents, for sale bv all Drnguists. Beware of
ItUWAliK Oi" IM1TAHOASI.
He sure the Boots are stamped CHACK
PROOF on the heels, and Ime the VUIiK
GUM SPRTXQS on the foot and iibtep.
which prevent their cracking or breaking.
At'.. n imi ninMnrr lliam Itll nfTTtrfVIt
lem last more than twice as long as any,
FOR SALE BY ALL DEALERS.
ALL KINDS RCT1HER BELTING, PACK
ING, HOSE. SPRINGS, CLOTHING.
BOOTS AND SHOES, etc
;OIYFAR RUBBER CO.
R. IL TEASE. Jr.. I ...
S. M. RUNYON, 1 '".
3m San Francisco.
Health is Wealth.
Dr. JL C. West's Nerve and Drain Treat-
incut: a specific for llvsterla. Dizziness
Convulsions, Ncnous Headache, Mental De-
presslon. Loss of Memory. Spennatorrlioea.
Inipotencv, Involuntarj Emissions, l'reina-
tnn(tll .Krrn j.?uicnii lit nvr-rrtlnn. snlf-
abuse, or ovcr-indnlgchee. wlilcli leads toj
' misery, decay and death. One box ill cure '
recent cases. Each oox contains one niomiLs ,
treatment. One dollar a bo,or m boxes
for five dollars ; sent bv mall prepaid on re
ceipt of price. Wo guarantee mk boxes to
cure any case. With eacli order rt?ccl ed by
us for six boxes, accompanied with fie dol-L-irs.
we will send tlio purchaser our written
guarantee to return tho innnev if the treat-
ment does not effect a cure, ituaranlces is- I
sued only by "W. E. Dement, dniggist, As
toria, Oregon. Oidera by mill at regular
tAiV! Af nfii ,
parties deshons of seeing really
inv 2001k taken in consideration
to all lovei- of fine articles.
unit limit to Onlr.
of whi:h iheie a:e eve:
MAY VM HI) Ob
SOLE AC EST.
Also. Agent for the ivli'hmled
sTA: itiiincs asphiai.it.
Viuie but Hit be-t ufikmeu cmploved.
All work "uaranteed or no flianri.
CEO. HII.I., -
cEo.ini.i., ... pROPKiirroR
:ks, - srACE MAN ACER
iw stars in unpui sncc.inn
I1R. HARRY C0OT.EY
Jnil uir.i:. Cniuedinn and Dancer
MISS BIOLLIE CHRISTY
Serin 'omic Ji:een
I!R. TOH CHRISTY
Tlu S'ritico of OUI HIuii I:per
so:iaior.i. Together with a new ,
All the Old Favorites Retained.
, iw:i uJl Hi; irar, IVrroi'iiinure lltrrj j
islit. Ilnllre I;nnse T Vro-
srnutme Once v. Vt-rl.
Comprising all tlte latent
; SONGS. DANCES AMD ACTS.
' Wc give the Best
In the West.
. The t iieal 1 1 K erowtleil nezlitly. ami ail
v.liohaveuiiiiev.-ed theentertainlnent pro
nounce it to lie eonnl to any 1 en elsewhere.
, 3lr. Hill as a eaterer for the public's
jamiisenu-nt ean not tie exeelleti. Anjhody
Iwi-jliiiig to spoml a ple:uMint eveninjc anil
..see .sparkling wi ami neamy uiinnnt ui
garitv. sliimlil improve tlieopporlnnilvaiiil ,
''U- , ., r .
The eomp.m. eomjirne-. Ilir following well-
kno.Mi Arttt-! :
Mils Mei.ui: CuiM-m.
Mi:. Cu.i:r.KS Koin.ni:.
Mir. Tom. Ciiirisrv
Mi:. Walthi: Tai:ks.
Mi:. hri:v Coxi.fa.I
A ', ' ' WW-W "--'""y ,H -rtr ,15f"
o 1 lntoi Mreet , pmaie hove-, osi Uiena -
Lnnk mi t for Pinw stars.
We ill pay the above reward for anvexse
'V1 "lpr om iaim.uyM.epsi.1. ick iicau-
. acne, iniiigcuoii, Lonsiipaiion or tosu
iiess we cannot euro with West's Veget.i
Liver Tills, when the directions are .strii
Amiii.lfj-til . Sill Tlini tifn inwil .-irvr.f nlktA i
eoiinieneiis ami imiiaiions. niti "enuine '
mailrepaid on receipt of a a cent stamp,
""""""'js i j.vvju,ui 1 10 . ;
NEAT. CHEAP AND tJl'ICK. BY
Main Street, opposite N. I oeb'.s.
PWBB L.'.l.'llB swrrrMfttiii VJifc a n. . t a O A 'it J. -I - "" .i 2 SBHP''-fti
glli!-!P i'Hi4 &21J llllgPj11JIlli..FilJi 1 HB
Qi jjj iI5-l s-Klfl lS Jllillll s'llI'lSllIll Jfllili iflB3
""mSfi SSpifi!lMJsIIliiw5!il !!lH
IP S Kt
Lars:c lot of 2,'ood serviceable Dress Goods -reduced
to 12 cents per yard.
Splendid all Wool Cashmeres, all colors,
reduced to 40 cents per yard.
TREMENDOUS REDUCTION !
All our 81.10 Cashmeres, all colors, re
duced to 80 cents per yard.
The Greatest SatrlfiGe of $h$ SmmMl.
Calicos, 1() yds. of all best brands, $1.00
Toltingham Lace WiiKlow Curtains at
vcrv low figures.
Call early and secure choice selections.
We still liave on iiaz;& about 20 Kand
boi'aq ladies Oloalss,
To be disposed of at a sacrifice.
OCR SHOE DEPARTMENT
Being- almost closed out of Ladies sizes, v.re 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.
Full line of Misses Kid and Pebble Buttoned Shoes at less
than S. F. wholesale prices.
A splendid Boys Winter Shoe at $1.75 worth $3.00.
By order of Creditors at
isnriNsei: to .iacicins & montcomcry.)
. co!;m:zc op .i:ai' asd .ikpi'iiksox stiiukts,
tJD U JA.1N J. i U Xl.XU
. 1 J 7
wmnnw Shartpc i ap i;!nains.
--.. W..MWMU, O.W.W .-.,...,
Corner 3!niii ami Squeinoiiua ytveet. Astorla.-Oreson.
WIDOW SHADES AND TRIMMINGS; LOOKING GLASSES ETC.
V Complt'Ie StoeL.
PRICES AS CHEAP AS QUALITY WILL AFFORD.
AI.I K5?;iS Or riKXITHJE REPAIRED AA'I VARWISnED.
Dvess Gingham' 10
Tin, Sheet Iron and Copper Ware.
A General Assortment of
Msigcc Stoves and Kanges
The Dest ir. the marker.
I'tiinibing goods of all kinds on (Iiand. .lot
work done in a workmanlike manner.
JX JD.UjA-JJXJJI Ur
Wall Paper, Mirrors,
. X 7 J
Pintiire irames and nmmnns
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AND CURTAIN TOLES
in everj' braneh.