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ASTORIA. OREGON :
SATURDAY OCTOBER US. 1S82
J. F. HALLOKAX.
Our National Legislature.
The states which have; already
elected their representatives in the
next house arc Maine, Ohio, Ore
gon, Vermont and West Virginia.
Maine and Vermont each lost a
congressman under the new ap
portionment, while Ohio and West
Virginia each gained one. Thus
far the Democrats have gained
seven votes and the Republicans
have lost five. . The next house
will consist of T25 members 32
more than the present house con
tains. The increase is in the val
ley of the Mississippi. On the 7th
of November the territories will
all hold general elections, and
thirty-tin ee of the thirty-eight
states will elect congressmen. It
is about as certain as :i thing can
be that is aft yet in the future, that
the Democrats will control the
house. In the senate there will be
twenty-five scats vacant next
March. As onr stale led off in
electing a republican congressman
last June, so she led off on the
20th by electing a Republican
senator. It is almost certain that
the next senate will have a Repub
- None of the great questions now
pending are likely to be decided
by the present congress. It has
only a short session before it.
It will reassemble on the first
Monday in next December and ex
pire by limitation on March -1th.
When the Christmas holidays an
subtracted there are only a couple
of months for woik. The tariff
commission will hand in its report,
but it is not probable that action
will be taken on it. The interests
which will have to be reconciled
are too many and couilicling to
render an adjustment probable.
Under this view, the tariff and
kindred questions will have to go
over to the next Concrress. That
body will, therefore, be likely to
cut quite a figure in our history. It
will come on the scene just as
many important problems are ripe
for solution. The congress which
precedes a presidential election,
besides, is usually very active in
this line of operations, for its chief
business is to manufacture issues
for the great quadrennial strug
gle. Tn Pennsylvania there isa icvolt
against the rule of the "bosses."
In New York there is total disrup
tion of the Republicans. But a
reconciliation is not possible. In
several other states there is an
eternal struggle to gain over the
party to prohibition. The move
ment has been successful in Kan
sas and Iowa, and is likely to be
successful in Nebraska. Perhaps
some changes will be made in
1S84. The tariff by that time will
get down to the people. Theic is
a labor issue, also, which ma' as
sume large propoi lions. Woik is
now being doneatthe hmeau of sta
tistics at Washington on the sub
ject' of the relative value of wages
in this county and in Europe.
The questions iuvolved are very
intricate and difficult. If ih
investigation is conducted im
partially there is every reason to
believe that it will exerci&e-a
potent effect on the constitution of
society. If the benefits of protec
tion to the workingmen are demon
strated beyond cavil, the question
in relation to the tariff will be
subsidiary and suboidinate. But,
for the present theie are no politi
cal phenomena observable but a
partial revolt in the Republican
party against "boss' rule, and a
pretty general effort to commit it
to prohibition in various forms.
The Democratic parly for the
moment appears to be less dis
turbed. The rule of the old drill
sergeants has been geuerallv re
stored. It has taken strong giound
The inhabitants of Crook county
have organized, and selected a full
et Of county officers.
A Washington despatch says:
In the report on militia, the chief ,
of ordnance says: Our standing J
army is a small one. For the de- J
fensc of the country our main de- j
pendence is our militia. The mi-!
litia should therefore be kept in
the best condition possible for ae-1
tual service. Volunteer onraniza- j
tions in state and territory should j
be encouraged, and every effort be
made to promote their efficiencv in
drill and discipline, and make them
skillful in the use of their arms. It
is the best way and the only way
to render them a safe and sure
reliance on the breaking out of
war, and before a little campaign
has inured them to hard service
and disciplined them into old sol
diers. Tin: London Times of the 2Cth
inst., says the British government
has informed France it makes no
objection to an abolition of
capitulations with Tunis, ami lJ
establishment of French liib.w.:ti.-
in honorable conduct, in which it
has full confidence. Gieat Brit
ain, however, can permit nothing
detrimental to her commercial
treaty with Tiini. France has
given the fullest assurances on
this point and it i perfectly
understood by her that whaleer
arrangements England may make
with Egypt, the tight of French
citizens shall be respected equally
with those of the British.
On lhelMthinsl., y I.Vv. V. T. Chap
man, A. Mf.iiMtii. ami Hilda llariuiau.
OCTOUCK KT1I. A1JO IT ONK .Ml 1.15
aboxe'loujmo I'oint.n Miiall siu-rn kitf.
with ono p.ur iidii umI(M-k ami oik jutr
oai in lnT. 0.:r branded on blntii .1. 11.
DAI. A nn:inl of $.'.() v. ill hi l:t'nl li U:r
partx returning Iktio this oSfuc. if
Friday & Saturday Evenings.
Nov. 3d and 4tii.
Under the management of 1. V. Stcch.m
.Nrw .MaiKel Theatre. Portland.
Boston Comic Opera Co.,
Willi Boston's fax onto Prima Donna.
BESSIE LOUISE KING !
Kuitporled by ailNK of afknoxxlodgcd ability
in lbe suecov.ful Musical Ktraxaganza,
THE MAGIC DOLL!
Ity K. 11. Wolf, 11.. author of.Mightx- Dol
lar." "Hobbies." "i'l.otos." etc., introducing
tlie niot popular airs from "Patience.'
""xl'ihcotle. "Pirates of 1 nzance.'""('iroilc
Clrolla." "P.illocTaxlor," "IVihemiau ("n!,"
"Fm Piaxalo," "Pinafore." "ChlmoN or Nor
Jllrth, 3Zns(e. 2'iiia. Comical .SHimlions"
I'txcrxcri seaK SI.Oo; Gallon- "A cciiK
ForsaleatAdlor'sDook St on.
at unr.irrv hai.i-
Wednesday Evening. Nov. 1st
Commencing at 8 o'clock.
PROF. J. EVIEYER,
Assisted bylbo bet JInsical t.ib'iil m tln
city, u ill k c a Knitid
Vocal and Instrumental Concert.
To v.bicii tlie public aio nniU'd.
Tn'J;n for salor.l fail Adb'r and W.V.
Slrwns & ()" iiook stores.
Tills will be the Musical cnl of the -.'a-Min.
Will Be Sold.
Itni.isss iiii: uovr. nirxn r.v iir:
J last Sctcinl . r and adwrtbvd in Tin
AsToiMANal the iinic. isilamicd uiilnn:ai
days from this nolii-c. L will sell it at m
tlaic to tbo liiKhc-.t bidder for cash, on llic
ilsfd.iv of ormbi rlsv.at lnoVloik .y.
Sc.isidc. Oregon, Oct. 21st, l.ssi . 0 1
SYMPTONIS OF A
Ioss of Appetite, Bowels costive,
Pain in the Head, -vTith a dull sen
sation in the back part, Fain under
the Shoulder Wade, fullness afcer
eating, -with a disinclination to ex
ertion of body or mind, Irritability
of temper, Low spirits, with a feel
ing of havintr neglected come duty,
Weariness, Dizziness, Plutterinjj at
the heart, Dots before the ayes, "Sel
low Skin, Headache grenerady over
toe right eye, Eestlessness, with fit
ful dreams, iighly colored Urine,
TTJTT'S PIX.Z.8 aro especially
adapted to sucli cases, one ilosc ci
reeU nclj a chanBc of feeling as to
astOBisIx the suflcrer.
iTll?y.lnc?Sa?e he Appetite, and cauco
tho body to Take ou lUcsli, t hus tl o m
tem is aeHrlslied, and by their Tonic
Action on the Digestive Orcaiis. It ex
ular Stooia are produced. l'licc'-Scciiu.
SfMS"- cj-niSKKns chanco to a Grssv
EiACKbyaflnglanppUcationof tlilsDin. lc
lrapsanatural color. Actfllcstautanwas-
OFFICE, (S MUKBA.X ST., H. T.
Vutel KctrffU Ulb, vtilti xuui oaJaSiSi J
TO KEEP DRY FEET
. J. Arvold's
ALL KINDS GF BOOTS & SHOES
fo;: l.AIHHS AX!X:KSTI.KMKX
1 have a laro Mori; of KM clav good and
o.i v. ill find in prirrs as loxx :iaiix
BY LAST STEAMER
A largo Assortment of (lie
I make all kind, of llools ami Shoes to
OKliKlt. ami giiatntw A lT.irKKCT 1'IT.
l'.Uf ut Kxvrlatiag llr.ttons on our hoe-
f ree of charge. Impairing neatly done.
On Hie Uoailuay. opposite (. K. & X. Dock.
FOR THIRTY BAYS ONLY !
Oninglolior Jwiiijj loo Miiall for our Iii.:-iic-.n
will be sold on reasonable terms.
"Applx at tlieonieoor Kadollot & Co., Up
per AMoru. for paitii'Ulais. when the boat
ran be seen. r.ADOI.I.lT & CO.
Pioneer Caiulv Factory.
FRESH GANDiES AND NUTS.
larpf and now vatiel always on liaud.
Patronize Home Manufactme.
Is? Candies ilia! arc made of .nil and
Don't buv mndies from foicipi inannfae
tnrcr v.liei-c tbe um foisonoiw ailnles.
Iii al lioint when oii can see that Iho
I'ainfies are fresh and" the ui'redienls are
("all and ee me at th- facton ojipoMle the
1V1! T iwer. CllAi:l.l.S H.'OI.UICWITZ.
MAGSD8 0. CROSBY,
HAfiDWABE, IRON, STEEL,
Iron Pipe and Fittings,
Goods and Tools,
SHEET LEAD STRIP LEAD
SHEET IRON TIH AND COPPER,
Cannery aiifl Flslieriiiens Supplies
Stoves, Tin Ware and House
JOBBING IN SHEET IRON, TIN. COP
PER PLUMBING ami STEAM FITTING
Bono, with t.eatness and dispatch.
Xone I'tit Ilrst cl.ii workmen emiloed.
A I.itR assort meiit of J
Proposals for Improving Benton St.
SEALED Proposal will lc receivi'il
al thi-unii'i orilio Auiiiidr.uiil (Mnkof
tlie il ftf Asloiin. until Simula v. X'nv.
Uwh. l.ss-,ai oVIck i.m.. for tlie im-
nniveiiieni oi lieiuoiiKircei m Alei Utros
A.stmia, fiom Ihe.sniitli siiieol C'onntin
ly stn'i'1 to thi' north side of Court street,
in (lie manner piovideil by Ordinance
Ihfl. HiiN must .t:ite tlie p'riee for ini
in o infill front of earh lot separately.
Each hid must also he accompanied
Willi :i namntee signed hy I wo iespon--ihle
ik paver, to the eflect that if tlie
contract. ii: awauled to Mich bidder,
that lie will within furly-cijii Iiours
after notice of Mich award, enter into
contract therefor Willi jrood and suffi
cient nineties for the faitliful perform
ance of tin- woik. The rijhl to icject
any and all bid is hereby lescned.
S ouler of tlie Coninton Council.
1. V. ('Am:,
('oniiuilteeon Street and
Astoi i.i. Oct. 'iiith. 1S.S2. " uiui
Health is Wealth.
Dr. K. V. West' N'cni- and P.rain Treat
niciil: a spccifif fur llyMcria. Dizziness,
ronvislMiin, Nervous lIcadhche.Mcutal De
prosi(iii, Kins of MtMiiof. SpeniiatorrlitH'a,
liii.ol4iii. luuluntary Kniissiuns, Pivina
turc Oiil Ac. caucJ lij- icr-c'Hiin. sclf
alnee, or oicr-iiulnlcncc. which leads to
niiscrj.ileeay and death. One lo will cun
recent iv.s." :u'ltlo contains one months
tii-almcnt. One ilollar a bov. or .siv boxes
for lae dollar; sent i niail prepaid on rc
eeipi of pi ice. V guarantee .sj b(es to
cure :hij isc. With eaeli onlcr reeeiel by
MsfiirsivboM's, aecoitipaiiied witJi live dollar-.,
we will villi tlie purchaser our written
guarantee to return tliuiuoiicvif the treat
ment does not etJeet a cine, ihianintees is
sued, on l W. K. Dement, ibiipgLst, As
tona. Oiegon. Onlers l nriil at regular
itu will find Hie finest :ivoitiuent of
Nexv g(Mds ou evco' steamer, embracing
Novelties of all kinds. Special attractlous
AKTI H.jESX UCS ID FB.IC3S !
r am opening a first cl.is Mork of Xe;r rnrniturc. comprising oxcry Using hi the line of
Chamber Sets. Parlor Furniture, Carpets. Oil
Cloths, Mattings, Laee Curtains. House
Trimmings, and tlie. latest novel
ties in Interior Decorations.
1 would respectful!' surest to parties desirous of seeing really
fine goods to call. The quality of my ooas taken in consideration,
with their price will eoniuuMid them to all lovers of fine articles.
HIattraMs :itt Elrdtliii;; in Stork, ami ninth to Order.
Agent forUoey's patent biMt-j-ofa, of which there are over 10,000 in
use on the Pacific Coast.
Flavel's building, opposite Welis, Fargo & Co's office,
EL W. GALLICK.
A FUJbli STOCK AliWAYS ON HANI1.
13- S?.- TT A 7T3E3S,
Two doors e:ist of Oeeidenl Hotel, ASTOKIA. OUtt'OX.
t'.zV' 11 3
Tor freight and passage applx to
Union India Ruhher Company's
Pure Para Gum
. RUBBER BOOTS.
P.irvYAHK 01 IMITATIONS!
lie sure, the Hoots are stamped VUACK
PltOOV on the heels, and haxe the 'L'.'K
GUM SPU12CGS on the foot and Instep,
which prevent their cracking or breaking.
AVe are now making them xxith UUllliKll
AXD ASBESTOS Soles which will make
tlicm last more than txxicea Ionga any
Hiihhrr Boots made.
POIt SALE 1JY ALL DEALKP.S.
ALL KINDS ItrilllEK DELTINO. PAriC-
IN(J, HOSE, SritrNCS. OLOT1IINC.
ROOTS AND SHOES, etc.
C-OOIYF.lR ItrBBKIt '0.
11. r.'KASE..fr..l .,,,,
S.M. 1UJNYOX, u,ls'
."111 San Francisco.
Wilmerding &. Co., San Francisco.
Loeb & Co., Agents, Astoria.
ALL TARTU'S IXDHRTKD mor hold
ing any indebtedness against Thomas
.lones and Andrew .lolinson.dei cased. either
or both of the m.xvUI please call at the t'nioii
Packing Company's ofllce within thirty daxs
and settle same.
V. 1. PKRCHLN.
JUSTICE'SCOUKT.rKECINCT 01' ASTO
ria, Clatsop county. State of Oregon :
P. 11. Fox, .Justice or the Peace.
I. W. Case, Plaintiff, x-. II. c. llolcomb.
To II. C. Holconib : In the name of tlie
State of Oregon, greeting : :.
Unless you appear ami answer the com
plaint tiled against you in tlie atioxe entitled
com t and action, on the ntst day of October.
1SS. at t o'clock A. 3i plaintiff therein xxill
take judgment against joufur tlie sum of
SltfCft) and disbursements.
This .summons is published hi tlie D.xilv
Astoiuax, bv order of scilil court, made
tills ir.tli day if September, 1SKL , .
.Justice said Court.
J. Q. A. UOWI.HV,
Attotuey for Plaintiff. d-es-ct
IF 'Aim piI TyvXMVll I
Inilt-CBICT " --.C -T"-. -.- Ij
r.wci: tan r.i: had ix as-
ioi:ia oni.v oh
li B. B. SI A WEB,
CM.I. AM) KKA.MIM-: IT. VOl
WII.I. 111! 1M.KASKI.
1. K. HAWKS i al-o aent b.r the
Mi patent CooMi Stove
And other fiiM-clas stoves.
"fumaco Work, Stcnm Fit
tinKs. etc., a r.jipcinlty-
AVill Ieae Astoria for
gffidHeteSiratoy. OBblier 29, 1882.
.j. ii. ;k.va.
AKentS.W. X. Co,
CEO. HILL. - - - PROPRIETOR
WALTER PARKS. - STACK 51 AXACP.R
Hiss MAMIE GOODRICH,
The Queen of Serio Comic.
Tlie CireatcNt or All llelirexv
Thr C'lieMtevtlelil ol Ilnstrelsy.
Together with u new
All the Old Favorites Retained.
Opru all flic Year, retftirniaiifc Six try
Mgbi. t;ii!ire tb.ingc or rin-
g rain me ore a "41 crK.
Conirising al! the latest
SONGS, DAHCES AND ACTS.
We give the Best
In the West.
The theatre is crowded nightly, ami all
xxho Iiaxe xxitnevsed the entertainment pro
nounce it to be euti.il to any glxen elsewhere.
5lr. Hill as a caterer for the public',
amusement can not be excelled. Anxbody
wishing to .spend a pleasant exvuing anil
see sparkling x it and beauty without xul
garity, .should improxc (lie opportunity and
Tlie company comprises the following xxcli
51ls Kaxnik Wai.tox.
5IISS 5lei.ni: Ciint.sTx.
All:. Tom. Ciiki.stx-.
5lK. WA1.TKK 1'AKKS.
Ul of xxJiich xxill appear nightly in their dif
Open air concert ex cry ex enmg ; iierform
aucc commencing at K; entnuiee to theatre
on Hcutou street; private Iiom-s on Chena
Nnw Stars in Rapid Succession !
Ho. 40 12-PIy
SALMON TWINE !
gobk m mm umi
I A Full Stock Now on Hand.
HENRY DOYLE & CO.,
55 1 31arket Street. Sun Fraucico
Sole Agents for the Paciilc Coast.
Having purchased 'direct from first hands
an entire fresh stock for
B CALLING AT THE OLD RELIABLE
IToii UTill Save BrToney !
Wc arc unpacking
Bress Croods ! Dress Goods !
Our superb collection of
SilMs, Satins, etc
Our assortment of new designs in
Bfsck Brspj MbMbIbIbb
Stand unrivalled for beauty of shades, variety of colors,
and fineness of textures in Astoria,
Cloaks! Cloaks! Cloaks!
In every conceivable Style, Material and Finish.
BgdlhOur stock IS tlie Choicest !
BlOur prices ARE the Lowest !
From the fact that in place of increasing we REDUCE
expenses. We spare the pocket from
P. O. CORNER.
John A. Montgomery,
(SUCCESSOU TO JACKINS & iUOXTOOMKKY.) .
TBBin '7 flF mm! fiT' "WJ3iri( Tin
. coI5:J of .iiaix asp
FUBNTTTIRE b 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 every branch.
di:ai.i:i: ix E5
FURNITURE Ss BEDDING.
Corner ZUain and Nritienioqnn Streets, Astoria. Oregon.
WIDOW SHADES AND TRIMMINGS; LOOKING GLASSES ETC
A Complete Stork.
PiUCES AS CHEAP AS QUALITY WILL AFFORD.
Af.I. KIKDK OF FUISKITriSC KI3PAIKKD AII VAUSISIIED.
OAQ ACllIiS TI31P.EII LAND in T. 9 X,
OvO U. 7 Vet. Title good ; price rea
sonable ; terms cash.
.1. 0. 1IOZORTII.
Eeal Estate Acent
Tin, Sheet Iron and Copper Ware.
A General Assortment of
Magce Stoves and Ranges
The. llest in the marker.
Piuinhiuitxooris of all kinds on hand. Job
xxork done in a xvorkmanlike manner.
may Ix? found on
filo at Geo. P.
Roxx'ELr. & Co's
Newspaper AlTertIsinj Bureau (10 Spruc
2to ror it