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ASTOEIA. OK EGO 21 :
j. r. hallorax iMiior
Senate Hill Xo. 45.
We present to-day the full text
of the new pilot bill, presented by
state Senator Reed, and passed to
.second reading. This is the sec
ond bill legislating upon the sub
ject of pilotage that has been pre
sented this session.. The first, writ
ten By Judge Deady and present
ed under the auspices of the Port
land board of trade we have already
noticed. It should not be passed
without considerable amendment.
This one is also objectionable in sev
eral ways. It seem? to us to put the
matter entirely in the hands of the
pilots. To one reading the bill
the question arises "what is the
'need of a board of commissioners,
if tWs obtains? Section 0 virtu
ally excludes any one whom the
pilots wished to keep out, and
makes it a close ruilH. Yet. on i
the whole -it is less 'objectionable j
thantlie first 'one. Tt is certain '
that a bill .which shall possess the .
merits of both now before the lep;- ;
islature anil discard their objec-1
tional features can be passed and
would justly dispose of this impor
"Staiavautism" has had a va
riety, of meaninings within the last
few years. It oriirinallv meant one
who was very bitter in hi feelings
toward the. south; then, it meant a
Grant man; for a while it seemed
to include only the star mail set;
now it means those who have iden
tified their political interests with"
the administration of Aathur.
Since the death of Garfield, there
has been a regular stampede of
time-servers to the administration
party, and until lately il has looked
as if the faction headed by the
.president, would bo invincible.
Prospects are changing. There
are not offices enough to go around;
thero are not spoils enough to give
a dividend to all of the hungry set
-who. advocato practical politics.
"When nothing is to be gained by
adhering to such a faction, men
will instinctively array themselves
- in opposition to it. It will fall to
Tpieces. on account of its own
weight. The personal followers of
General Grant, who had been hop
ing tliat ho would be the next
nominee, are not, satisfied, because
so manT offices have been packed
with men who are likely to aet
upon whatever orders come from
headquarters and work for what
ever presidential candidate may be
named. The task of the adminis
tration is to kill off possible candi
dates or iet them out of the way
by placing them in lesser offices as
. the prico of their withdrawal. The
ring is becoming of smaller dimen
sions every week; it will not be
surprising if Arthur should be as
tpowerless as Ilayes was, to name
his successor in office.
The latest idea in connection
with church worship is an invalids'
room in the church itself. On one
-side-of the recess in which stands
the pulpit, room, window (invisible
to most ofA the audience) which
'''looks directly down on the preach
er's desk. The apartment is di
vided by a thick partition from the
raaiu audience room, and entered
by a private door. In it are tables,
chairs 'lounges and other conven
iences lne aiiiinatG5 may sit or
-stand, or lie or walk, cough when
'disposed, and leave the house at
tbeir. pleasure without disturbing
v the congregation.
JliNE-tenths of tho Territory of
Arizona is claimed under an old
'Spanish grant by one J. A. Reavis,
wko announces that he is about to
bring suit to enfore his rights.
Ho -.promises to be magnanimous
to .all who concede the validity
of his claims, and to be gen
erous 10 such newspapers as
tmt favorably about him
" but hilthratens to deal severely
.emiWith those who contest his dr
JfiMndc in a factious spirit At late
.rVA - .. " ..
accounts Rcavis had arrived -in
Tucson. The claim that he as-
6,000,000 n AriiS, Tl!
niay possibly be made the basis '
I ior lihjration. t
WIHT-.IOXES-October S, J8S!. by
ltev.T. V. Walters, at the Congressi-1
tional church of Astoria. Mr. O. B? Wirt
oi uiatsop, to .uiss .Lizzie Jones, uausii-
lUl. UliUl.. o. U vi -w '
b. s. Laii please copy.
FALL STOCK !
Men's, Youths' and Beys"
Coats, Pants and Overcoat s
soft xxn stiff i
1 ALL STOCK OI
irrnnEi: coats, i muklllas.
TP.rXKS, TCii:r.s F.t .1 i
J JL.TT VLiLiJLl JJlJ' I
l'0!'l!i .iixl A:iMr:.:.
Beavers, Cloths, Piques,
Cassimeres and Pilot Cloths
TO SKI.ECT FROM.
us- FIT CUARAHTEED! ""
D. A. MclNTOSH,
T:iiIor :inil Clothier. - Occident liU-cK.
ALL PARTI IS INDENTED TO.Kliol.l
iiiK anv Indebtedness ncalnst Andrew
Johnson, deceased, of tlie Union Parkin?
Co., will please can on tno undcrsigni'ii m
tlie Astoria Liquor Store, within thirty days
and settle same.
Asjoiia. Oct. 3. 1382.
Notice of Sale.
NOTICE IS HEREP.Y OIVKN THAT THE
undersigned hn sold his pawnbiokcr
business in Astoria to Dock Vons, helming
full consent to carrv on tbo l)itincss.
u-iwk - Donicnirho.
boat b it rr. i) t: r s.
Over Arralt & IcrrltciPK S!top.
Call and examine the work we nro doing
and see the wood we are twin?, before mak
ing a trade elsewhere.
FHV5T-CLASS "YVOTHC A SPECIALTY.
- ask rou
Union India P.uhlier Company's
T 1 TiJi f
nr.WAitn of imitations
l sure tho- Coots arr Mampcd cil.U'K
PROOF on the heels, and have tiwl'UItti
GUM Sl'mfrGS on the foot and hMor..
which prevent their cntckin or lre:iklng.
AVoaie now making them with HUIiTtT'i:
AXD ASBESTOS Solis which will mrtke.
Ihem last more than Iwicvas long as aij
Kuhber Boots made.-
FOE SALE BY ALL DEALERS.
ALL KINDS IIUKBER BELTING, PACK
ING, HOSE, SPKINGS. CLOTHING.
BOOTS AND SHOES, etc.
COODYKAR RUBBER CO.
It. II. PEASE. Jr.. I -..
S.M. RUNYON. t'K0-1"'
3m San Fir.nckco.
NOTICE THIS !
There are only two aloons in Astoria th.it
cell the clebratcd
San Francisco National Brewery
At Alex. Gilbert's. -orner Benton and Con
eomly streets, atid
SV1AX WAGNER, the Agent
For this Brewery, next door to Parker Uoiwe,
beer drinkers, and don't you forget it.
Beer oy the keg delivered to any nait of
Ple.isc scud in your orders. '
Agent San Francisco National Brcwerv.
M AI1TIX TO A ISO. .T. J. STOKI". S
FOAED & STOKES,
AVholcsiic and retail dealers In
Wood and "Willow-ware,
Tobacco, Cigars, Wines and Liquors
. FOKKIOX AND DOMKSTIC
Fruits and Vegetable
General Commission Merchants
Next to Oregon Hallway & Nav. co's Dock.
STAR MARKET. ,
WHERRY & COMPAMT, '
Fresh and Cured Moats,
CD7Q PHTTPR and CRfiQ
r K U 1 1 O. bU I I tK, ana ubbd.
ori'OSlTE OCCIDENT HOTEL.
:iIi:.VAIi: Street, Astoria. Ocn
FEET BR Y!
I. J. Arvold's
Go early and choose from his
Fine, New. Large and Carefully
Selected Stock of
.ALL KINDS OF
adies & Gentlemen
Now is the time, lo
Boots and Shoes
NO KOBE TROUBLE!
Everyone knows the bother with or
dinary buttons on .shoes. "'e furnish
rJatcul buttons to all our customers for
buttoned shoes. Thev don't come off
and won't tear out.
Recollect I have a large slock
of tin: very hesl goods, and you
will find my prices as low as any.
j:3J5 Close attention paid to cus
tom made Boots and Shoes of all
hinds for Ladies and Gentlemen.
" Repairing neatly done.
DRUGS AND CHEMICALS,
Toilet and Fancy Articles,
PATENT MEDICINES, ETC.
t55rrescni)tIon! raivfullv compoundedia!
tS?Hoineop:uhIe Tinctures ami rollets,
hihI lliiinphrey's SjM'cillcs also kept.
A. Yan Duscn & Co.
WOULD KnSIT.CTFUI.LY CALL THE
attention of the rnlillc to th. f.iot tiint
they arc Agents for the following Mnvlnfj
iiiuwiiiura, w. :
The Iiii)iorc(l Singer,
Which they arc selling from $33. to ."JO.
cnvli atul defy Couipctition.
lersoiw wishlnR to pnrcluise machines
should call and inspect our stock bcroro pur
chasing elsewhere, as wcKuaranlee tOKive.
iiuii.-it..-;iiiM:i:iiuiia.s regnrcM quality and
Pioneer Candy Factory.
FRESH CANDIES AHD HUTS.
A. larjje and new varietj always on hand,
Patronize Home Manufacture.
I'm- Caudles thai arc mailc ir .'iinl ami
Don't buy candies rioin foreisn iiinniifue
lirrcn. wheie they me poisonous articles.
r.uyal borne where you can .stothat the
Candies are fresh and the Ingredients are
T?!ianJ " " a the factory opiMtlte the
Dell Tower. CHARLES 1L7 OEKKWITZ.
Architects and Builders,
All kiutlH ol KmiHe work done at
. Hhon Corner of rn nnd icin. airt
ASTORIA. .... 'ny,nv
-A.3STJD H.E!IXJ 0 353 33 PRICES!
I am oponing u first class stock of New Fnrnitrtre, cemjirislm: every tiling In tin line r
Chamber Sets, Parlor Furniture, Carpets,- Oil
Clotlis, Mattings, Lace Curtains, House
Trimmings, and tin latest novel
ties in Interior Decorations.
1 would respectfully suggest to parties desirous of seeing really
fine goods to call. The. quality of my goods taken in consideration
with their price will commend them tr all loveis of fine articles.
niattraftves and fieddiajc in Stock, aud IXatU to Oi-Jfi
Agent forHoey?s patent hed-softi, of. which there ate over 10,000 in
use on tho Pacific Ccast.
Flavel's building,' opposite Wells, Fargo k Co's office.
ffl. W. GALLIOK.
The BossCoff ee and Tea Pot
e. r. ha wn:s
TWO DOOliS EAST OF OCCIDENT,
Most Complete Stock in Astoria
FriitKRotJt Foreign and Domestic (
Wines and Liquors
Of Superior Krond. i
LOSTER'S CORNER, 0 R A Si DOCK S
School Tax Notice. j
n 0 TH E tax payers or SCHOOL uis
X trict No. 1. Clatsop county Oregon : You i
are herehy notified that the avcssmont roll I
for the school tax in district Xo. i, for the.
year lSfi2 is completed ami will be in mv
hands at myofflco at the Alain street wharf
for the next sixty days from date hereof.
l'av 3-our taxes in time and sa c co-its.
J. . HUSTLER. i
Clerk School District No. I. i
.Astoiia, Oregon, Sept. 15th l8Si tltfM
NOTICE is hereby civon that the. as
sessment made by Oidinance Xo.-tSl. ;
for the improvement of and repair of j
Benton street, between the MHith side .
of Concomly street and the north side
of Court street in Mediae's Astoria, in
the manner provided by Ordinance- No.
480, on each of the following described I
lots fronting upon that part of Benton
street from the south side or Concomlv '
street to the north side of Court street.
is now due and payable at the olhce of ;
me uity ireasurer, in said city, in
United States gold and silver coin, aud
unless paid witlun five days from tlie
expiration of this notice, viz: October
12, 1882, the Common Council will order
warrants issued for the collection there
of. The assessment is as follews:
Xame of Oiciier.
Mrs. O. Forth:....
II. B. Parker
Geo. Plavel ,
I 8 9
u 41 i
8 j 42
1 j 47
8 I 47
5 j 43
2 75 I
By order of the Common Council.
F. C. XORRIS,
Auditor and Clerk.
Astoria, On, Sept. 27, 82. lOld
Health is Wealth.
Dr. . C. West's Nerve and Brain Treat
ment: a specific for Hysteria. Dizziness,
Convulsions, Nervous Ileadache, Mental De
pression, Loss of Memory, Spermatorrhoea,
Irapotency, involuntary Emissions, Prema
ture Old Ago, caused by over-exertion, self-
abase, oc over-Indulgeacc. which leads to 5
misery, decay and deatlu One box will euro
recent cases. Eaehbox contains one months '
treatment. One dollar a bov, or six boxes ;
for live dollars : sent by mall nrenald on re
ceipt of price. We guarantee six boxes tot
euro any case, witn eacu order received bv
us for six boxes, accomnanled with uya itnf-
lars, we will send the purchaser our wriltcuJ
guaianieo to retiUTi tuemonevir the treat
ment docs not effect a cure. Oliarantees is
Micril only by W. E. Dement. dnigRKt, Ah
torlii, Ort-Kon. Orders by mall ut regtdar
IV A It I.S 1KCLAKKI WITHOUT
And no terms of peace until
every man In Astoria has a now
suit of clothes
MADE BV MPAXV.
Look t tho prices :
rants to order from - - 8S oo
rants, Genuine French Cuuhncru - 12 CO
Suits from .- -- -- -2500
The finest Hue of samples on the coast to
select from. p. J. MEANY,
Cass street, next tollanseu's Jewelry store
Crouo. WhooDinc Couch and Bron
' chitis Immediately relieved: by Shiloh's
wure. aoiaoj w.x uement.
.MAY I'.K HAI Or
'.-. A:iit tor :!ic ct'li-lirrttr't
KuvftN Sntnr 'VanU Stove'
sTfAJi nnixus a snciAiiv.
N'oih tal tht te-t -.vorknien eniptoyed
All work jiuamntei'd or tio ehatpe.
Jgko.iUll. - - - pRonirnrou
yalteu parks. - si ap.f. manaokb
Hiss MAMIE GOODRICH,
Tlie Queen of Serio Comic5.
Tin fUreutest of All HHiriw
Tim 'liHterileId of liisstrel.'ij-.
Together with a new
All the Old Favorites Retained.
l OjH-ii all the lVnr, rciTuriiiniuT Kit-vj"
Mshl. ilnllrc (luinse of I'ro-
mansuie Oiur n lVct-I;.
Comptkhig all the latest
SONCR, DANCES AND ACTS.
We give the Best
In the West.
Tin' theatre is crowded nightly, and all
who have witnessed the entertainment pro
uounce It to be equal to any Riven elsewhere.
Mr. 11111 as a caterer for the public's
Himtemcit ran not be excelled. Anvbodv
wishing to spend a pleasant rveninjr anil
see sparkliej: wit and beauty without vul
garity, should Improve the opportunity and
Tin: couipanvcoinpilsesthu following well
Miss Taxmk Vt'ai.TOX.
.Miss Mer.r.n: CnnisTr.
Mr. Toji. Curistv.
Mr. Walter Parks.
All of which will appear nigutlv In their dif
Open air concert every evening : perfoun
ance commencing at 8; entranco to theatre
on Denton street ; private boxes on Chena
Now Stars in Rapid Sncooasion ! I
A. V. Allen,
(-UJOCESSOR TO L'ACK & ALLEN.)
Wholesale and retail dealer; In
Glass and Piaied Ware,
TltOlMCAL AND DOMESTIC;
FRUITS AND VEGETABLES.
Tlie largest and most complete stock of
goods in their line to be fouud in the city.
Corner or Cass and Squemocqhe Streets,
O AC ACRES TDIBER LAND In T. 9 N,
OVfO n. 7- West. Titlo good ; price rea
sonable ; terms cash. '
J. O. BOZORTH,
Real Estate Agent
BRBBS SOOBS DEPARTMENT.
Lar-e lot of o-ooci serviceable Dress Goods
reduced to 12 cents per yard.
Splendid all Wool Cashmeres, all colors,
reduced to 40 cents per yard.
All our 1.10 Cashmeres, all colors, re
duced to 80 cents per yard.
The GreBiesi SaerlliQ nf the 8tiM
Calicos, 16 yds. of all best brands, $1.00
Handsome pieces of Dress Gingham, 10
j Nottingham Lace Window Curtains at
very low figures,
Call early and secure choice selections.
We still kav on h.and about 20 Hand
some Ladies Cloaks,
To be disposed of at a sacrifice.
.." otjk"shob department
Being almost closed out of. Ladies sizes, we have still on
hand a linc'pf 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 Shoei.at Si -.75 worth $3.pp.
By order of Creditors at
Xom A. XHtonigomery,
isSt'CVKSSOIi TO .TACK INS & MONTGOMERY.)
Ci:.EIl Or 3IAIX AX JKFFERHOX STKEKT8,
FURNITURE 3s BEDDING'
AND DEALER IN
Carpets, Oil Cloth, Wall Paper, Mirrors,
Window Shades, Lace Curtains, Picture Frames and Mouldings,
WINDOW CORNICES AND CDRTAIN POLES
Complete in evory branch.
DEALEIt IN jlgjg
FURNITURE SS BEDDING.
Corner ?Iaiu and Squcmoqua Streets. Astoria, Orecou.
WIDOW SHADES AND TRIMMINGS; LOOKING GLASSES ETG
X Comiilcte Stock.
PRICES AS CHEAP AS QUALITY WILL AFFORD.
AIL KIXS OF" FirRlTlTRE KEPAIRFJD AND VARNISHED.
LOEB & cO.,Leinenweber & Co"
AGENTS FOIt THE
Best San Francisco Houses and
-AJl Roods sold at San Francisco Trices.
Opposite Parker Hou3e, Astoria, Oregon.
Tin, Slice! Iron and Copper Ware.
A Ooneral Assortment, of
Magee Stoves and Ranges
The Hest.In the market.
1'iumbing goods of nil kinds on hand, .fob
work done in a workmanlike manner.
C. LEl5TEXWKr.En. K. BUOWW.
TANNERS AND COREEIES,
ifanufacturers and Importers ot
A LL KINDS OF
Wholesale Dealers Iri
OIL AND TALLOW.
cT'IIisbest cast price paid for Hides and