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About The Daily Astorian. (Astoria, Or.) 1876-1883 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 10, 1882)
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SUNDAY SEl'TEMISEK 10. IS1
Co:xri:.Mi: wth iiw increase
of olectrie cable, and the woc.dei
ful extensions of the iC'Srarapli.
the telephone and the eleetiic
Hght0 is the demnna for filled
electricians. W hen it is reinem -
4. i". it .i w.t: v
- bered- that eight cables underlie
the.ocean, that tliayj ravel the Persian-1
gulf, and that beneath the
Mediterranean is a perfect net
work of cable, one must realize
that the old 'piomi.se of Puck is
rapidly 'being fulfilled; more than
thisthat a ney profession is being
created, the emoluments of which
are certain to be -worth striving
for. According to Mr. Green, of
New York, women as well as men
areeligible.to positions as elec
tricians. The work is not tne ic
quiring physical strength, but rath
er keen abilities and good mathe
matical and scientific training, to
which is, of course, superadded
the necessary special education.
Tiieku has been a reduction of
ten per cent, in the wages at many
of the cotton and woolen mills east,
and if the tariff" were raised a little
higher, wages would doubt
less fall again. The greed of the
mill lords knows no hound; the
more they get from the country in
the way of protective legislation,
the meaner they become with their
operatives. Thousands of women
and'-girls who must toil e.veiy day
to earn money to pay for thi'ir
food, cannot resist by means of a
strike; their slavery seems to be
'But for occasional outbreaks
nmong a few of the most implaca
ble of the red waids of the nation,
the country would not need to be
reminded that we have an .Indian
bureau, so quietly and successful
is this most difiicult part of the
governmental mechanism managed
by Secretary Teller. The fragrant
vCUWs otner days, m which
i.jvany of the truly good were
i-'lfved, seem a long way in the
p. - Honesty and efficiency are
i.?v-cJ to tiave been assuied in
all branches of the Indian service.
Two ijunjki:ji and thirty mil
lion pounds sterling is the e.sti
nmtfid value of the British com
mercial marine. There i ji fad
ing tradition that the United States
once had an interest in the ocean
carrying trade, and congress lias
sent out a special committee to see
That was an unfair trick of the
San Francisco clergyman who
adveitisetl a sermon on the sub
ject, "Hearts are Trumps,5" and
then told the audience of profes
sionals who had come to get
"points5" that he didn't know one,
card from another.
The happy fev who live on the
'interest of their money -are not
displeased to see that there is no
great rush for the three per cent",
bonds offered in exchange for the
Windom continued bonds.
'.'Oxir country, one flag, and-one
wife,5' is the platform Bill Nye
stands on, and, since he is a news
'paperman, he' might have added,
"one clean shirt while the other is
in the wash.5'
Salt mackerel is a new shade
for men5s clothing. It is probably
intended for wet weather wear, as
salt mackerel is always ahead of a
gum overcoat for keeping on e
The Pacific Coast Steamship
company have tendered.-the use of
the new steamship Queen of the
Pacific to,' the Marquis of Lome
and flic Princess Louise.
r JEk, Eureka, Nevada last Wed-
nesday, the Democratic stale con-
vention nominated J. W. Adams
for governor, and Geo. AV. Cis-idv
W "T ?.TI t.l TD T.I d .!-
J!r? ' .
first of the wheat fleet of 'S3,
, . , . J , '
eared from this port yesterday,
ith loO.OOO'cafo-olffor' Queens-
iiowo. . . Aw-
TZ&fr&ta tHTT'BH flV
.Steamer Clara Parker
. "Will lea'. e M.i.n Mr. cl AVlui i 1
On SUNDAY. AT 9 A. RU
Knappa. Ciiflon and Wcstport. i
Itcnmimj;. will lt:t Wo Iptm :ii .: 1. M
PARI:, i.-mid Hip. - -i.r
Friday. September 15, 11 A. ftl.
On the Premises.
700 Acres! Dairy or Stock Farm.
Valuable Timber Land.
ZiO Hairy Cohi. !i 'rijrrr-ijjtnj'-ivr
Jvvsvy Hulls. t2 floii.
I Yoke Worli 0.c:i, ItSili.
Wilson1.. rnn:i ::! E)airj ?m
lci:ir::s nut! ftii'iiittiN.
50 tis 15T:ij.
IiinUimUiI Itj .11 r. J. I'. i:::rn.( , 1 wMS
soil at atioir, in o:ijoih or as a tvIio!.'.
tin' almr Valanolc ltci il.
It i- situated on Lewis and Cluik's.ltni'i.
7 miles south or AM on.), and 2. miles r: run
Clatop lieneli. 'lliere s a sood steanslm.il
l.mdiuwiiKh is ..eeessiMc tian of tin O.
it, A.N. CVt'si'nersteamlmaH. iMtont lialf
of the 7l0 aeres is tide l.tnd, well bndueil, on
wliieltcattlekeepf.it (lie year itmnd. 'i Jit
othfr half, le el tnulier land, and alwul
ai its in tame niss. Thousands if coids of
hemlock, lir and spnu'e can he cut. mii!i
two doll.irs aud a lialf at the lai.din
lo which there is a fiood wa?on io.id from
all points. Kvery cotd cut finds a n-adj
maiKet. In addition, there Is am qtiauliu
of mill lumlier and ood piles. Cood dwell
ing house, barn, and ncfrssaiy outhoiiM's,
w nil an orchatd of lo or 12 acres, containing
almo-4 all kinds pf fruit hearine trees, etc,,
etc. This desirable piopertvluis a fronlaiie
of two miles on themer hank, and is ad
mirably adapted for settlement by a com
pany desinii"; lo colonize, as if is large
enough to dhide into ccral fauns and
homesteads- The contemplated bridge be
lw'een Astori.tand Clatsop plains conuo-is
on this property.
All the Live Stock and personal pmpcm
v.Pl he sold separately in the highest b-d-dcrs,
for cash. Terms f pavment for the
land will be announced at safe.
A. Steamer will be rcadv on uinniiu of
sale lo cone intending bidders to and
riom the Sale, free of charge.. .
K. C. I10LI)i:.V, Auctioneer
Onler to Show Cause llliy Sale uT Kcal
Eslate SIiobM nol l)cJlp,
J a: t.'ih rKOBATH fOUKT, COl MY
rf Cletinp. hCile Ol OiegOll. SS.
To Tliom?s Morton and Ml others inlcret
cd in the estate of Aarou Morton, decayed.
U. G. Smith, administrator of the estate of
Aaron Morton, deceased, having tiled his
petition herein prajbig for anordei of silc
of the real estate of .aul decedent for the
purposes therein ct forrh ; aid real estate
being in Columbia County, Oregon, and par
ticulaily described as follows, to-wk : The
X W I i of the X W , of section No. , T 4 X.
It 1 west, and the W of ihe X V" ii of Mo
tion Xo. i,-T 1 X. 11 '2 west, icntaining In all
121 Aid 21-1C0 ac.-cs. It is therefore oidetcd
b t'ie .linlge or said Court that all persons
interested ui the t state of ud deteasi'd
apnear before ihe anl Probate Couit on the
llthdayofOctobfr.A. I). lSS2,at lo o'clock
A. M. ol.srjid day at the Couit room r said
1'robate Court at Astoria, Clatsop Count v.
In said Sialelo show cauBc why an oplcr
should not. bo granted .said adminU.ialot to
sell said real estate of said deceased, and it
is further ordered that sen lee of this elta-.
tiou be made bv publication for four weeks
in the Daily Aviokiw a newspaper of
gejientl circulation in said Clatsoii count-..
Probate .ludgc of Cl.usop Co.. Oregon.
Attest : 31. R. SI'IZDDKX, Clerk.
b;. 1). II. WlJLCir. D.-putj. d.e.s.Jl
Equalization of County Assessment.
NOTICH IS IIKRKRY GIVEN THAT Ihe
Assessment roll of property liable to be
taxed in Clatsnp Count v for the car 1PS2.
will be completed bj Hie first Monday in
October, 1PS2; and the County Court pursu
ant to law lias hcd that day is the time fm
all persons interested to eamine the same
at the County Clerk's ofiice in the Couit
house in AMoiia. insa'd count . and lo note
objections thereto if anv theie'sliall be.
dtd Connl Assessor TorClat-sop Co.. Or.
Astorin, Oregon, September Sth, 1RR2.
FOR THE PUBLIC SCHOOLS!
A complete slock of School Books and
school supplies. Any bookused in the pub
lic schools of Clatsop County can be obtained
at my store. dl
Will sail for VICTORIA, POKT
TOWXSKXI, SKATTJiE, and Polls
m rruET sors. on
Thursday, September 14th. 1882.
Vox KrelRht or Pnv:ij;c apply lo
tl .7. G. IIUSTLCR, Agent.
NO FOOLISHNESS !
' MUST' MAKE ROOM !
1 am about lo Icae for San Francisco with
the intention of bringing up the
llnest slock of
Solid Colt! :iiil .Silcrwrc.
Ihcroffercd to the Astoria public, and orfcr
for sde at extremely low pnecs the whole of
hi present stock. ThLs is a bona fide Mfcr.
Solid sold Watches. Chain'?, Bracold-s. l!ai
UltlrQ 1'llW nf t tilMuirlnti.tv.t-c .., ..-
-Arc yu Ubiilc numerable hv Iinli-
jjTeslion, Constipation, Dizziness, 'J.oss of
?lJPe.tu Tcllow Ski V ShlloU's Vital-
Jzer Is a iKsitive cure.
For sale by YV.
1. J, Arvold's
(lo early and choose from his
Fine, New, Large and Cntefulfy
.Iccteil Stock of
ALL KINDS OF
Ladies & Gentlemen
Now is the time lo rM your
1 Soots and Shoes
lleeolicct T have n large s.tock
of ihe vciy best goods, and you
will find my prices i low as any.
2-2 Close attention paid to cus
tom made Coots and Shoes of all
kind'? for .allies and Gentlemen.
Z?,' Kepaiting neatly done.
.-UNION ffOUrSE, -
Wm.W.HICHOLS, - Proprietor,
0ioiir 3To. ls Iiiine House.
A j;ood square Meal and a clean 15ed.
KivoniT, to Ucnt Willi oi without lUiard.
bevcrsil Kooins to rent to sin.ill fninliies
Bdu cs le (l Horses I
Will i tliilul in Astoria on
WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 27. '82.
Messr. c. aud .J. bherinaii take sreat pleas-
iii1 nuiioiineliiK that In addition
to their most wonderful
School of" r.rtucated IlnrMcn.
They ha e tltis year added a
COltl'S OF AKEXIC STAItS,
Unsurpased by any having visited Ibis coast
for years, iz :
Miss Kate Cross, Senorita Palmyra,
Mr?. Fred Mackley, Mr. Fred Maekley,
Mrs. .Sierist, SieRrist & Duray.
Mr. Joe Williams. Adler r Zorelli,
rr. Ike llurrcss and Mr. Jos Allen.
Shefiiiaii Silver Cornet IJand
Will parade the stieels in the magnificent
chariot, drawn b sj-s noble st ceils.
SOUTH - OF LOT 1 AND LOTS 'J. .1 I. 10
and II or block Hi. lots Hand 10 lilDek l IB.
lots 1 block r.7 and lot .-. of block .ri2. Shi eh V
,i't ,f ?awkw li.tt lave dwellin-s
r. n- i' ,,,ci"; .,,f,ttfr "PportuniFy
t Hail lliis lias yet been given to those who
vih to purcha-o homes. Titles nerreet
1 erms casfi. .. 0. KOZOUtII,
lir Ileal ltate Agent.
xu. ec . swcxth;
Importer and Wholesale dealer in
Cigars and Tobacco, Smoker's Ar
ticles, Playing Cards, Cut
lery, Etc., Etc,
The largest and finest slock of Meerschaum
and Amber good? in tho cit v. l'articulnr at
",Vlin IM"1 to OItlcXN fro, coimtrj- and
Chenanms street, Astoria, Oregon.
THEO. BRACKEE, Manager
A-INr;o H-BDUOEID PRICES !
1 sin ojhmiiiis n first class Mvk of V liimil
Chamber Sets. Parlor"
is. 3iau:!iis. ijju'o i uHjiujs. llAUSi I
Trinnniiis. mid tw latt'si nori1!
lics in hiUM'ioi Docorntioiis.
I would respectfully siufmt to
'fire goods to call. The quality of
with their pnee will commend them
3laltr:iNf. ami Xtcildin in
I ' -g" forlloeyV p:it-m h.-d-j-nHj,
j use on the Pacific (oa4.!.
FlavePs building, opposite Welis, Fargo & Cos office.
M. V. GALLICK.
The BossCoffee and Tea Pot
- JES JEd SI ufL
TWO DOORS EAST OF OCCIDENT,
Hay, Oals, Straw.
Lime, Brick, Cement and Sand
U'noil Ieliverel to Onlep,
Dray!ngt Teaming and Express Business.
Horses ana Carriages for Hire.
WINES, LIQUORS AND CICARS.
During this .cok our entire MocI or
Cents Furnishing Goods,
KOOTn AXI S3COKS. Ktv., Kl.
To niake imoin for a complete Mo of
Hardware and Ship Chandlery.
P.nyers wilt find many desirable goods in
the lot. and all at curenielj low pricis.
. A. VAN DUSEN & CO..
Union India Rubber Company's
Pure Para Clnni
JL M)KS B. JL J. UUJL Now Stars ik Hapitl Succession !
DIIDDTD D fl H T O
IJKWAIti: OF IMITATIONS !
lie sure the Boots are stamped CHACK
PROOF on the heels, and have the PUKE
GUJf SPItlXGS on the foot and instep,
whleh prevent their cracking or breakins.
Ari irn irw tnnl'inir iltnftt inflt T?lTTttTM?
ALL KINDS KUliBEK BELTING, TACK-
ING, HOSE. SPRINttS.C LOTH INfi.
BOOTS AND SnOKS.Ctc.
;(I)FAR KLitur.u CO.
IS. II. TILVSE. Jr.. I ..,....,. ,
S.M. BUNYON. fAoe,,ts'
Tillaiot ii Five Hours !
Will leave Gray's dock, for
Garibaldi and Hobsonvillc
At t A. M.
Monday,. September 11. ?82.
Ilelnniing "sune dav.
7reitlil fiom Portland, per ton. SM.OO
' Astoria, - 4.00
Portland freight iccehcd at . I. & N.
Fare. - - - S.7.00
Vsn tnpTOhfei,ii ii . ....(-1 OI ,ae '. nd -i constantly changing
AaIJAIJLSTUi boles which will make stock of novelties imlhiiM
them, last more than twice as long as any' .ii-ii.-hq. uU lofn ii..
Hnbber Ilontt nmile . . ". KCLI' '"-
i.uuucr immhs iu.uil. best assortment of
FOR SALE 1JY ALL DKAI.KItS. variety goods
Agent L S. N. Co.
u . com risiv,r r. tit. w ! thi Im of
Ktirnlnuv, Cm-nets, Oil
patties desitous of seeing reailv
my goods taken in consideration
ti all lovers of line articles. '
SilocK. :uui 3S ::! lo nhr.
of whirl: theie air er l0,flt)0 in
my i:k ii d or
Also. Auci! tor the celebrated
Bui'kN S:tetil 'oidi Sjmc
MEDALLION RAX RE
STI"A1 J mi MIS A SPSVIALTY.
None but Ihe best workmen employed.
All work gii.u.uttced or no clung..
cko. mm -
Miss EIAKIE GOODRICH,
The ijuven of Sno Comics.
Tin UwatCNt or AM llcbivw
I ui pc-run:i:ni"s.
'flir C'ltc-Iorlleltl of Miu.(rtUy.
TiigWlKT wiiii a new
All the Old Favorites Retained. '
Open all ihe Year. 'IVrformancc lit cry
Muhl. Kulirc lt:uic l I'm
xrniuiuc Once a VlccK.
C'omprLsini; all the latest
SONGS, DANCES AND ACTS.
We give the Best 1
la the West.
1 Tl:. lli.i!ri i ormv.loil n!Iitl.- mid nil
! v.hohae.vitnessoil theentortainnicnt pio-1
iuiiiiicc il 10 lie ciinni i any &i cu cissw were.
Mr. Hill as a caterer lor the public's'
amusement can not be excelled. AnjLodv!
unhinj: to spend a pleasant evenins; anil '
see .sparUIitij: v.it and beauty v.iliiout nl
(Sirity, should iniproe the opportunity :uid
'The cnmp.tn comprises the following ell
i " known Artists: (
.Ml lVNIK WAI.COX. i
Mi:. Tom. Ciiimstv.
All of which willappc.i
Open air concert eery meniiig: nerfoim-
aneeconiniencin-'at S: entrance to theatre
I'. STEVKV. C. S. BKOW:
- ! CITY
Where ou will find all tho standard works
Sheet Music, Bijou
terie, & Celluloid
Goods, etc., etc.
1. F. STEVENS & CO.
I 111 I I " - I J?M-''ttiy.-i..-rrnJ..t. - 1
; r$7i ill Jii-i i:71 itl lilllililfiliili. HiiiTiFlH
. 71 t w Tt 5 rs S -lJiy d I & M en J '- SftM ??! 3 ottiiCs-w'2- Vd curs H s JS C hmS
pft flHv l-sl fa OC " ?, " i ill in a if. is mWb PBllI Jiw Hi
T i . . i
reduced to 12 cents per yard.
Splendid all Wool Oaslimeres, all colors3
reduced to 40 cents per yard.
All our SI. 10 Cashmeres, all colors, re
duced to 80 cents per yard.
The Greatest Saerlfiee of fftg Season I
Calicos, K) yds. of all best brands, 1.00
Handsome pieces of Dress Gingham, 10
yards SI. 00.
Nottingham Lace Window Curtains at
very low (inures.
Call early and secure choice selections.
We still h.ava on Kand about 20 Sand-
soie Radios Cloaks,
To be disposed of at a sacrifice.
OUR SHOE DEPARTMENT
Being" almost closed oitt of Ladies sizes, we 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.
Bv order of Creditors at "
JIm M. IXEonigomery,
(SLTC13SOK TO JACKINS & MOXTfiOMEKY.)
COKABit OF 3IA5X AXJ
MANUFACTURE!! OF .
AND DEALER IN
M . . - J-. .,
I .... .
winnov bnaues, Lace uurtams,
WINDOW CORNICES AND CURTAIN POLES
Complete in ever,' branch.
OEALEIt IN y&
FURNITTIBE S? BEDDINGr.
Corner Main and Hrtucmcqua Kti'ccts. Astoria. Orcson.
WIDOW SHADES AND TRIMMINGS; LOOKING GLASSES ETC.
A Complete Stock.
PRICES AS CHEAP AS QUALITY WILL AFFORD.
ATA 1II3TDS or FUT53rtTOSE REPAIRED AXI VAKSISOED.
.i.i, t ,i
Tin, Sheet Iron and Copper Ware.
A General Assortment of
Magee Stoves and Eanges
The IJObt in the market.
I'unnblng goods or all kinds on hand. .fob
work done In a workmanlike manner.
Wal1 Paper, Mirrors,
Picture Frames and Mouldings,