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SUNDAY OCTOBER 15. 1SS2
J. F. HALLORAV. Ldilur
TJie Columbia Riwr Ilriugc.
Tun New Tacomn. Ledger is
informed that the construction
forces lately employed on the river
division of the O. E. & N. road
are being removed to the new line
and are to be set to work without j
delay. Engineer Charles F.
"White, who 'has for years taken
prominent part in the Northern
Pacific railroad surveys of this
region, and particularly on the
Cascade range started out from
Portland on the Cth instant in
charge of a party to locate the line
from Portland toward Kalama and
is now engaged in that work. The
right of way has been nearly all
obtained and theie will not be any
delay on this account. The line
will pass down the Columbia river
on the Oregon side to a point
.opposite Kalama, and trains will
be transferred across the river on
a largetransfer boat now being
constructed in the east. This
will be a very large boat having
powerful machinery. .She will be
as long as the steamship Colum
bia, will .have side wheel engines
on her guards and a capacity for
carrying two trains The builders
are Harlan & Ilolhngsworth of "Wil
mington, Delaware. When com
pleted she will be shipped out in
sections and put together at Port
land. The transfer boat is to be
used at Kalama until the biidge
shall have been built there. Fiom
present indications the biidge will
be placed at :i point about a quar
ter of a mile above Kalama, that.
being found a better location than
Carroll's Point, which however has
the advantage that the river is nar
rower there than above. But at
Carroll's Point the depth of water
in the river is SO feet, while at the
place referred to near Kalama the
depth is only 30 feet.
Will President Arthur show
himself a second Jackson? Nullifi
cation, more inexcusable than that
which fifty years ago disgraced
South Carolina, has broken out in
Utah. Congress has absolute au
thority over, that territory as it has
over the District of Columbia, and
more absolute than the legis
lature of any state has over its po
litical affairs, liarly in August
congress empowered Coventor
Murry to appoint certain officials
to succeed those then incumbent
by election. The governor has
made the appointments, and Mor
mons in office have refused to give
up their places and their public
property to his appointees. Presi
dent Arthur's opportunity to pro
claim the supremacy of the law is
only second in importance to that
which Jackson availed himself of.
Tni: through lOuleof the South
ern Pacific Raihoad Company
fiom San Francisco to Xew Or
leans will be completed and in
operation on January 1, 1SS3. It
will be under the exclusive con
trol of the Central Pacific Railroad
Company, which will thus seeine
a through line fiom Ogden, Utah,
via Arizona, New Mexico and
Texas, to New Orleans.
It is estimated that in Idaho
over S,000 men ate engaged in
nulwav construction, cutting ties,
grading, blasting and tunneling,
timbering and track lay. The lines
upon which this woilc is beino
arc the Oregon Short Line, the
Oregon Railway & Navigation
company's line, and tho Northern
Fcrthek returns from Ohio
make no material difference in the
result of Tuesday's election. The
Republicans are badly beaten, and
'tis probable, from the result of
Tuesday's election, that the next
- house of representatives will be
mnder Democratic control.
A Salem man has been eount
jJngHue. white horses there and finds
total of twenty-seven in the
capital and vicinity. It is the
.dark horses that are attracting the
'xaost attention there at present.
Bad Tear for Bosses.
A PiTTsr.uRG despatch of the
12th says a piominent business '
man of this city, ivho always has j
been identified with the Republi
can part' and who spoke for about
j 75 other business men, also Re- j
nnlliliiinc rnlrl iArfrtflftt 1n.. wl
siikuitiu.:, cuiu lUfiviUli) iiii; i.ii
made up their minds to vote the
independent ticket, as the only
way to rid the part' in this state
of machine rule. He believed J
the Democrats would elect their
candidates next month; but this
would not kill or seriously cripple
the Republican party. Once rid
of Cameronism the would re
organize on a new basis, which
would give the people control,
and would soon regain their lot
ground with a piospect of retain
ing the power for an indefinite
period. The sentiments e.pres.-ed
by thisjgentleman arc whispered
here and elsewhere in the sSate.
There seems no chance for the
Ijirriii.riiiui, Pa., claims the
distinction of possessing the old
est hand fiie engine in the coun
try. It was built, by Brooks of
London in 1C9S and imported by
the Moravians of Bethlehem in
that year.Jn IS IS, after a century
and a half of honorable service, it
was retiied to the museum of the
Young Men. Missionary Society,
where it now i-. and, moreover in
working order. These statements
are attested by the maker's origin
al Kill and the shipping papers.
Tin: Oregon Improvement com
pany leporls its gross earnings for
July at 2G2,Si.", and for th fust
seven months of the year at
1,7.jS,2?0. The net earnings for
the last named period were $000,--15G.
The company own, and
operates the Pacific Coast Steam
ship company, the Columbia and
Pujrftt Sound Railroad company
and the Seattle coal and Transpor
""We realize that it ib our destiny
to become the Sovereiin of the
Ascendant, and we shall continue
to conduct ourselves accordingly.3"
Thus the -editor of the Seattle
Post-Intelligencer. It must feel
funny to be that way.
Tun N. 0. Picayune .ayp:
Never accuse a political opponent
of a purjjoc to elect himself by
the use of money. All who want
moucy will rally around his flag.
Ax ingenious French mechanic
hns peifeeld a machine that
makes the .sun's lays )iint a
Tin: late Egyptian war cost
England an even hundred million
dollars. Arahi Pasha spent three
BOAT 15 V I J. i : 15 S.
cr Armlt A. 2"?rel:c:j": Msop.
C.tll and cvaialne Hip tvork "ttc mo doms
and sua the wood we ait usinj:. ldoit.- m..'.
Ing a tnidc clsi-wlicix1.
FIRST - CLASS WORK A SrEClALTY.
School Tax Notice,
mo im: tax PAYr.ns of school ii-
JL tnttXo. 1. ClnWtp count Orojnm : ou
aie lifr'l notilied tlialtlicavMiiteat mil
foi lite spIkkiI u in distiift Xo. l, for tin
jeariW is eoinileted ami -will lit- :n mv
hand-,, al niynflirc at I'm' Main Mret t l; if
tortile lti-vt sit :a fiom date lior-r.
Ta jour tac in linn and xne costs.
.i.o. iirs n.r.i:,
CltikScliiKH.1 1)Ntiict X. i.
Astoria, Oregon. Sept. l ifli Ibi I(0iI
ijetici: is iiinrEUY given tilvttiii:
JLs :nuual ineeiinsof the stockholders of
the "West Coast 1'K'a Co- will be held on
Ipnda , Oi 1. 23. lKsi. at their ofllce at Asto
n:i, Oregon, tor the purpose of electing a
Do.tr.l of Plrectois for tlie comiim ear. and
tnta.ie'.in such other businesses" m.iy l.e
bionght Itcfflic the nieetlns.
T.v order of the Tresis nt.
tit 1. LAltsnX. See'y.
mautix roAnn. .t. .1. toicks
F0ARB & STOKES,
Wholesale nnd retail dealer? in
Tobacco, Cigars, Wines and Liquors
roi:i:ic.N and domi:stic
Fruits and Vegetables
COUNTRY -" PEODIJCE.
General Commission Blercliants
Xext to Oregon ItalHvay & Xav. co's Dock
A. V. Men,
(ftforBssoii to PAftK Ar allkn.)
Glass and Plated Ware.
TKOIMCAI ASD DOMESTIC,
FRUITS AND VEGEfABLES.
s. Liquors, Tokcofi Ciprs
TliO lar-jnt fcH't aio.r romplele ir.ck of
rcmiIs in their line to be found In tiin c-Ity.
Coirer of I'.i'-s ami SfiKn:owS:o Streets,
TO KEEP DRY FEET
I. J. Ai-vold's
ALL KiHDS OF BOOTS & SHOES
KOi: l..IIi:S AXIM'EVri.KKEX
1 l.i a larse slo-k oMitst-clast &furt-an!
j hi w.l liml my mct . a lov. :is:ui.
I wrh toxiwMiix i-iislonipr iho uulhof
l lieu niftury.nnusnuM un-in m iii:u tucv
will coiik ae.ttn ami linns: tluir fneudt.
I in.ivi all Mini? of liooN ami Mim-s to
OlMJlIi:, ami guaratee A PKKri'CT PIT.
Patent l'veiLiMiiicBnltoim on our shot"
free of charge. JJeiialritif; neatly done.
On the Itoadv.ny, opposite O. P.. &X. Dock.
WHERRY & COMPANY,
Fri-sli and Cuvcd bleats,
FRUITS. BUTTER, and EGGS.
(HTOM'li: (f C1DKXT uoir.i.,
t'S!:tf..I5'S Jli-fl. Afluria. On
JMoneer 0-andy Factory.
FRESH CANDIES AND NUTS.
A Ja-ye and neu ailety always on hand.
Patronize Home Manufacture.
I ( ''anilles tlial arc made T ;iml and
Don't haj randies front foreign iimunfae
tnrers wIrti' they use poisonous articles.
Itnvat home where oa can see that the
Candies are freh and the Ingredients me
('all and see me at the laeton opposite, the
Hell 'J ot; it. CHAKLI'-S li.'Ol.KKW'TZ.
filost Complete Stock in Astoria
A ov cities of all Kinds
rniilnlkiili Forltfii anil Ioiuttie
Wines and Liquors .
Of Superior P.iand.
FOSTER'S COKMiK. 0 It &X DOCK
h. LL lATins IXI)i:r.TKl) TO.orhold
ii. ins an indehtedncss ainhist Thomas
Icncs and Andrew Johnson, deceaseil. either
or hotli of theni.f.ill please call at the Luton
r.teKin-:Coinp.tn''soniee within thirty davs
..mi scum- i;iui
enn is ,i. TRExciiAitn,
i: 11 FKHCIIEX.
Dissolution of Partnersiiip.
jmoticc is iii:ki:rv civnv that the
JLS partnership heretofore c.btin' between
Johu I. Chissen and Charles It. Oerkvit7,
under tho firm name or Classen & Oerkwltz,
Is this day dissolved by mutual consent. All
debts wilt be paid by John P. Classen, and
the biisjaes-, m ! continued by him.
IOHX v. civssnx.
Health is Wealth.
,i)r; -1 c Wrs,ls :CcrvP and Braln Tieat-
Convulsions. XcnotisHpa'dnclie-Montni roJ
misery, uecay ami death. One bo will cure
recent eases. liiehbe: contnincnnn in..ti.c.
treatment. Ono dollar a Iwis.or six boxes
for in e dollars ; sent by mail prepaid on re
ceipt of price. We niarantec six boxas to
cure any case. With each order received bv
us for Mvbnws, accompanied with fle dol
lars, wo will send the purchaser our written
guarantee to return tho mo-icv if the treat
ment docs not effect a cure. tSuarantees is
sued! only by W. E. Dement, dnipgLst, As
toria, Oregon. Orders by malt at regular
.A.II H.:3DXJC3SI PRICES I
I nut opening a firt class slo k or Xew rurnitntc. compntng eu'ry lliinjr in tlu line of
Chamber Sets. Parlor Furniture, Carpets, Oil
Cloths, 3Iattigs, Lace Curtains, House
Trimmings, and .tin1 latest novel- -ties
in Interior Decorations.
I would respectfully suggest to parties desirous of seeinir really
fine goods to call. The quality of my goods taken in consideration
with their price will commend them to nil lovers of fine articles.
Ttlattraases and Jleddin iu Stock, ami ."Hnde to Order.
Agent forHoey's patent bed-sofa, of which there aie over 10,000 in
use on the Pacific Coat.
Flavel's building, opposite Welis, Fargo & Co's office.
M. W. GALLICX.
THE NEW MODEL
A JFUIX 5TOCK ALWAYS ON HAND.
Tno doors ut of Occident Hotel. AsvlOMA. OWIOOX.
The Str. GEWT. WIILEE
.-HV I'.-V S.t wf j.K- ''J, r-
' "r i mTT rf Ax.i uvrs-f,
... ri--C -. ' J I i
same day, aud will leave asaiu for raV ll.ubor, Monday. OctoberiU!.
Pur f Mlc?lit and nassace aunlvto J. II. I. iltAY
Union India Rubher Company's
Pure Para fSum
RUBBER BOOTS. I
KEWARE OF IMITATION'S :
Re sure the Coots are stamped rilACK j
PROOF on tho heels, and hae WxaVURK
OUM SPRINGS on the foot ami instep,
which present their cracking or breaking. I
We are now making them with JZUJtIIKR
AXD ASBESTOS Soles which will make
them last moro than twice as long as any I
Kubber liooN made.
KOlt SALE BV AI.I. DEAI.KUS.
ALL KINDS ItUBEER BELTING, PACK-
1 XG, HOSE. SPRINGS. CLOTHING.
BOOTS AXD SHOES, te.
f-OUm'EAR RUBBER CO.
-. i:. n. rE,vsE. Jr.. j .,..
S. M. RUN YON, f A"' ,,ls'
.lin San KrancLsco.
Wilmerding & Co., San Francisco.
Loeb & Co., Agents, Astoria.
ASTORIA, OREGON- jf
DRUGS AND CHEMICALS,
Toilet and Fancy Articles,
PATENT' MEDICINES, ETC.
BTTrcscrlptlons carefully comionndedt
E-Homeopathic Tinetmes and I'elleLs,
and Humphreya Specific also kept.
FOR THIRTY DilYS ONLY !;
Owing to her being loo small for our busi
ness will be sold on reasonable terms.
Apply at the office ol Badollet & Co., Up
per Astoria, for particulars, when the boat
can he seen. BADOLLET & 0.
i WSMftsT B
kutmntst " ' ''-'"' " - - ll
i:ani: can m: had ix as.
TOW A OXIA OP
S. fi, BAWESj
cm i. AXD kxamim: it. vor
wii.i. i:i: vu:asi:i.
K. 1, HAWUS N alo n-ent for the
M patent Cootiif Stove
Ami other llr-.t-el.is stint1..
Furnace Work, Steam Fit
tings, etc.. a specialty
Will lcif Astoria foi
.r-iMoniiay, Oelooer 16, 1882,
uiri'dirxtNc; xi:xt iay.
Will Iea for Shoalwater ll:ty on
Wednesday. Octor.cr lsili. n tutniiii;
Ascut 1. 14. A. 'o.
GEO. HILL, - - - PROPRIETOR
WALTER PARKS. - STAGE MANAGER
Miss HAMIE GOODRICH,
The Queen of Serlo Comics.
Tin 4'reutoht of All Hebrew
I The :lii'ttrficll ortIIiittri:lHy.
Togother with a now
All the Old Favorites Retained.
i Open all the Year, I'errorjit.inre i:rj
i Vltrhf. Knit re lianue or I'ro
, uruiuitie Onre n Vcek.
Comprising all tlie latest
SONGS. DANCES AND ACTS.
Wc give the Best
In the West.
Hie theatre L crowded nightly, ami all
vhohao wltntvsed the entertainment nro-
nonnce It to be eoaal to any e,li:n elsewhere,
lifr. Hill as a'catcier forMhc public's
amuseineia can not oe excencii. aii uoiiy
v.Wiiii to peiul a pleasint evening and
see sparkliii! wit and beanty without ml
garlty, should impnne the opportunity ami
The companv comprises the folloiving well
Misn Faxnik "Walton.
Miss Mollik CimtSTV.
iln. Tov. CmtisTV.
3lK. WALTKi: 1'ARKf.
All of which will appear nightly in their dif
Open air eoncert eeiy evening ; perfonn
aneo commencing at 8; entrance to theatre
on Renton street ; private boxes on Ciiena
New Stars in Rapid Succession !
No. 40 12'Ply
CORK Mil LEAD LINES,
01JJilJU -1- n 111 JJO
A Full Stock Now on Hand.
HENRY DOYLE & CO.,
SIl Market Street, a Francisco
Sole Agents for the Pacific Coast.
DRESS GOO OB HEPAETMENT.
Large lot of good serviceable Dress Goods
reduced lo 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 Greatest Sacrifice of the t0
Calicos, 16. yds. of all best brands, 1.00
Handsome pieces of Dress Gingham, 10
Nottingham Lace Window Curtains at
very low figures,
Call early and secure choice selections.
We still have on nand about 20 Sand
some Ziadies Cloaks,
To be disposed of at a sacrifice.
OUK SHOE DEPARTMENT
Being- almost closed out 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 51,75.
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
--- r f i-nT-n-TnirtrTniiiniif umimmiM
John JL Montgomery,
(SLTCKS30U TO .TARKINS & MONTGOMERY.)
COItMUC Or 3IAIX Al
FTJBNITUKE Ss BEDDING
AND DEALER IN
Carpets, Oil Cloth, Wall Paper, Mirrors,
Window Shades, Lace Curtains, Picture Frames and Mouldings,
WINDOW CORNICES AND CURTAIN POLES
Complete in cery branch.
FUE.2sTITLTRE 55 BEDDING.
Corner 3lnin nml Stiueinoqua Streets. Astoria, Orreea
WIDOW SHADES AND TRIMMINGS; LOOKING CUSSES ETC
A Complete Stuck.
PRICES AS CHEAP AS QUALITY WILL AFFORD.
AM, KIM)S OF XXTRIUITUKE REPAIRED AITO VARRISHED.
LOEB & CO.,
ACKNTS FOR TITE
Best San Francisco Houses and
3F""AH goods sold at San Francisco I'rices.
Opposite Parker House, Astoria, Oregon.
PT ST0 CK
Tin, Sheet Iron and Copper Ware.
A General Assortment of
Magee Stoves and Eanges
The Best in the market.
I'tumlilng goods ot nil kinds on hand, .fob
work dona in ti -vorkmanliko manner.
Leinenweber & Co.,
a LEIN-EXWEBEE. . U. BBOWX.
TANNERS HE GDBBBISS,
Mannfactnrers and Importers ot
A I.T. KINDS OF
Wholesale Dealers In
OIL AND TALLOW.
vHighest cash price paid for Hides and