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About The Daily Astorian. (Astoria, Or.) 1876-1883 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 31, 1882)
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TUESDAY OCTOBER 31. 18S2
J. F. HAIXORAX.
The Senator's Views.
Tm: editor of The Dalles
Times-Mountaineer, lately wrote
to Senator-elect J. N. Dolph, ask
ing him the following questions,
which are of as much importance
to us of Astoria as to the people
of The Dalles:
"1st. Do you intend to retain
your position as vice-president of
the O. R. & N. Co.?
2d. Would 3-011 oppose any
further appropriation for the com
pletion of the locks at the Cas
cades? "3d. Are you in favor of the
removal of the impediments in the
Columbia river, so as to make it a
highway for commerce to the sea
board? ". In case any matter of inter
nal improvements should come
before congress, which, seemingly
might clash with the interests of
the O. R. & N. or N. P. R. R.
Co.s would you consider it your
duty to support corporation inter
ests rather than the people's?"
To these interrogatives, Mr.
Dolph replies as follews:
"To the first question answer
No. I expect to devote my entire
time and energies to the duties of
my office. "
To the second question I answer,
that not only will I not oppose any
further appropriation for the com
pletion of the locks at the Cas
cades, but I shall endeavor not to s
be behind our present representa
tive or any former senator or
representative in congress from
this state, in my efforts to procure
further appropriations for the
continuation of that important
To the third question 1 answer,
that I believe congress has the
constitutional power to appropri
ate money for the purpose of
internal improvements, and that it
is the duty of the general govern
ment, in the interests of commerce,
to improve our rivers, lakes and
harbors, and I am in favor of the
removal of impediments to navi
gation in the Columbia river so as
to make it a highway for commerce
to the seaboard.
To the fourth question I answer
that when T enter on the duties of
senator from Oregon 1 shall be
come, if 1 may be permitted to use
the expression, the attorney of the
state, and shall endeavor to serve
her with the same energy and
naency witn wnicn J nave in my
long professional career served my
I shall endeavor faithfully' to
represent all her interests; I shall
to the best of my judgment, act
justly in all cases towards corpo
rations and individuals, and upon
ever' question which arises en
deavor to protect the rights of
every section of the state and to
promote alike every legitimate en
terprise for the development of her
My own interests and the inter
ests of corporations and individ
uals shall be made secondary to
the interests of the people at large.
For fear some one may think the
foregoing not specific, I will add
that in the case mentioned in your
question, I shall consider it my
duty to support the people's inter
est; and further, that should the
occasion arise when the people, de
manding protection for their in -terests
against the aggressions of
corporations, should call on me, I
should not hesitatejto urge,but would
gladly urge such radical measures
as good judgment and a just re
gard for the rights of all might re
quire. I do not wish to be misunder
stood, however. While I shall
jealously watch and protect so far
as I can the interests of ' the peo
ple, I believe that every addi
tional facility for transportation is
a direct benefit to ever' legiti
mate enterprise in the state, and
that the building of the railroads
which have been completed and
n prxc v p conf",ction b-H
U. I. fc .a. Lo. and the com-
pletion of the 2C. P. R, R. will prove .
of incalculable benefit to this state !
and the whole northwest, and that f
I should be false to the true inter- j
csts of the people if T should j
throw an' obstacle in the way of
in Astoria, at St. .Marv s hospital, Oct.
28th, 188-', Thomas Newton, ased 1-1
SYMPTOMS OF A
Ioss of Apoetite, Bovclc cosi.-',
Peia in the Head, with a cull 5 -u-sation
in tho back part, Pain ui'Lr
the Shoulder blade, fullness zS i
eating:, Tvitli a disinclination to ? r.
erticn of body or mind, Irritaly." ""
of temper, Low spirits, -with n :
ins? of liavinrr neglected scrac '
"Weariness. Dizziness, jSIm.1. "
the heart, 13ols befcm the t-yc
lovrCliin, 2cadach tcst- 'z
tnerjp-ht oyo.T.os''zzjr -fol
dream Sj liisliiy c . v.
?BTT riI.L3 are .: . " -aitn!rtl
to siicli ciscx. our ,c- -fecis
ticH n. clmuac ol feciia i. .
nioi:Ii tlie KUfiercr.
Tjicv Increase tlicAnrsaiife.niK' -
t he Ixxly i o Talz o on K!cb! , t j 1 1 j
ii'm I ;ourishcI. s.i l-v tri,,rV " j
ActloinnlUo JJiKCCtvcvr'iit,. !
nJnr ifml; nrcirooi! -d. I i i . t, j
Osay JTais en Wmsrrnfl chtn?c to ac.i -i
liLAa: Iy a wa,!.' jiiiUcslI.u tt u. . i)i i . '
tniiwrtsttnaturnlcolor. Ai-tslii.i'oi; i ;
Jj-. Sold liyUnisilKtscr6(.utliyvik
OFKIOJ5, :I5 5IOICKAT ST., I.'- -. .
VTnItl lU-crljiU tUl lie oslltd ISIS, o i ijiji'.'cal u. J
H 0Vi M it
(suixicsson to r.iei: it alixn.)
V.'liaJoiSiile and refill der'r In
f& t?Skv? Jar
Glass and Plated Ware.
TKoriu-Ai. and i)o:it:snci
FRUITS AND VEGETABLES.
The largest and :nost complete stock of
goods in their line :o be found in the city.
Comer of Cass and Fijnemopqlie Sliccls,
Ocrenr.i: larrii. aijoit exi: jiii.i:
:iboc'liJignc l'oinr. a :n::ll mccn skilT.
with one pair iron loulucks and om jiaii
oais in ner. u.is onmucii on inane .i. it.
D. O. Areanlor.-i.W)v.ill be paid to the
pailj ictiirniiiKherlo tin-; olllce. If
Friday & Saturday Evenings.
Nov. 3d and 4-th.
Under the nianacenient of V. S'.echan
Xewilaiket Theatte. l'ortland.
Boston Comic Opera (to.,
With Iioston's f.uonie l'nina iomi:i.
BESSIE LOUISE KING!
Siipjxnted liyaritas of acknowledged ability
in the siicccvfnl MiMi-al i:j.tm.ij;iii7J!,
THE RAGIC DOLL!
ISy It. 1 AVo'.f. r.sj.. author ofMightv Ivd
lar." "llobtiii's." "I'lmbis." vw., inii..(lnt::u:
the most popular au-s from I'.itieniv.
"Mascot te." "Pirates of l,ennce,"":no:!e
Cirolla." "i:i:IeeTalor," "JJeluitiiaii itul."
"I'm Diav:ilo,J,iiiafori'.""("liiJi.e,tif Nor
"Ilrlli. .Iliisir. run. Comical Situation-,:
Hesencd seat. H.Ci; Gallery ."0 cents.
For sale at Ad!er7 Hook Morr.
AT LlI'.LKTy HALL
Wednesday Evening. Nov. 1st
Commencing at 3 o'clock.
PROF. J. ftlEYER,
Assisted by the best Musical talent in the
cil, will give a grand
Vocal and Instrumental Concert.
To which the public arc invited.
Tickets for sale at Call AdlcrN and V..V.
Stevens & Co's Uook stores.
This will be the Musical eent or the C3
.son. Don't inis it,
NO IOOLISBaTESS !
MUST MAKE ROOM !
I have returned from San rrancisco, with
the finest stock
Solid (ioU and Silieronrp,
Ever offered to the Astoria public, and olfer
for sale at extremely low prices i he whole of
my present stock. This is a bona fide ofier.
Solid gold Watches. Chains, Bracelet. Ear
Rings, Pins, etc., at manufacturers in ices.
TO' KEEP DET FEET
SW;-r T7 f- A.i
ALL KINDS OF BOOTS & SHOES
F02t Ei'-RJI-S .X ;EXTIiF.3Ii:X
1 li:no :i laijic l)i-k of,first-cl.-. wiU ami
u w ill inn! my iiriei"; a Un as n-lu-t
0 I HOT OTCAMrD
Dl UKOl OILHllltn
j , larpe Ascirimcnt of the
i X--atest S-tlos,
I Jii:ti. :iH Kitnl-s of Hoots ami S1khn to
oiMir.K amlsi:.irr.lceA I'KltFKCT TIT.
I riciit KorlaMlnj:l!uttiiiN n (r .shoo
I fnt- of olmr KfiKiimiK ""tl luiw.
(In tilt' lJtnlvi.iy, iijjmiU' O. K. t X. Ijfl:.
r h ?
j O IX iL U
Yih will fiml tin' ilncsta-soitmpiit of
Nfv. uiI-, on ior deaiiit'r, riiiliracin;;
NmoltitH or all kiniK. .Special attraction
FOR THIRTY DAYS ONLY !
STi.A2 KK "KATATA"
OuJiirIoIkt lielns too Miiall for our lui-
iu'ss win iic soul on reasonauie teniiN.
Ajijilyat tlieoflicf of lladollct fc C., U
i r AMoris. for particular, when the boat
can be seen. IJADOkkin' & CO.
Piouecr Candy Factory.
FRESH CANDIES AND HUTS.
A Liw and 1:1 v. aiictv always on hand.
Patronize Home Manufacture.
J ''.Jii.llc-. that arc m.iilr tiDIontl and
Don't bn candies from foreign manufac
turers where thev u:e nolvonoas articles.
l'.uvat home where jou can see that the
Candies are fresh and' the ingredients are
Call ami see me at the faclorv opiiOMte the
IJell Tower. CI1AKLCS 1L OKIMvWITZ.
I. W. CASE,
l.Ml'UHTKlt AND WHOLESALE AND KI
TAIL DKALKlt IX
ind Civs streets.
- - OREGON
i:oat iiv 1 j. i) k n s.
Over Arutit .U Fort'licu'H Shop.
Call and eamiue the v. oik "We are doing
and see the wikm! we are using, before mak
ing a tiade clew hrre.
FIIJST-CLASH WOltK A SPECIALTY.
Proposals for Improving Benton St.
ij'ALEl Troposals will lie loeeuod
at tlie ofilei' of tluj Auditor ami Clerk of
the city of Astoria, until jlontlnv. Xov.
(tIi.l8S2, at 2 o'clock p.m.. for the im
iirovt'ini'itt of Ilenton street in McCluic's
Aloi ta. fmiii Hit' south side of Coiicom
ly street to the north side of Courtstrect,
in the maimer provided liy Ordinance
Jst). ;ids must state the price for im
piovinjj in front of each lot separately.
Kaeh h;il must also he accompanied
with a guarantee .signed In two respon
sible i-AX payers,, to the effect that if the
contract he awarded to biieh bidder,
thai lie will within forty-eight hours
after notice of such . award, enter into
contract therefor with good and suffi
cient suictif, for the faithful perform
ance .f the work. The light to reject
any and all bids is- hereby reserved.
1 J order of the Common Council.
J. W. Cajsk,
Committee on .Streets and
Astoria. Oct. 2Hh. ISSi lfll-d
Health is Wealth.
Dr.E. C. West's Nerve and Brain Treat
ment : a sj"cific for HWeria. Dizziness.
Convulsions, Nen-oits Headache, Mental De
nrcssioii, Lovt or Jlemorj-. Spermatorrhoea,
linpotency. Involuntary Emissions. Prema
ture Old Age. caused by over-exertion, self
abuse, or over-indulgence, which lends to
misery, decay and death. One box w ill cure
recent eases. Eaehbox contains one montlis
treatment. One dollar a bov, or six boxes
for llu dollars ; sent by mall prepaid on re
ceipt of price. We guarantee six boxes to
cine any ease. With e:ich onler received by
u- for six boxes, accompanied with live dol
lars, we will send tho purcluLser our written
guarantee to return tliemouevif tlie treat
ment does not effect a cure. Guarantees issued-;
only by W. II. Dement, druggist, As
toria. Oregon. Orders by mail at. regular
Dissolution of Partnership.
-KTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT tho
.. Partnership heretofore existing between
John P. Classen and Charles H. Oerkwit,
under the firm name of Classen & Oerkwitr,
is this day dissolved by unit ual consent. All
debts will be paid by John P. Classen, and
the business will be continued hv him.
.TORN P. CLASSEN.
School Tax Notice.
ritO THE TAX PAYERS OF SCHOOL DIS
a tnct No. is. Clatsop couiitv Oregon : You
are hereby notified that the assessment roll
for the vhonl tax in district No. IS, for the
j ear I.SS2, is completed and is now in my
hands Tor the next sixty days from date liere
or. Pay j our taxes in time and save costs.
C. W. SH1VF.LY.
Clerk School District No. 18.
Astoria, Oregon, Octbr 2lst, 1RB& dtd
M. W. GALLICK
Will more into his new store in-a few (lavs.
Finest Furniture surf Upholstery
In every Style and at Reduced Prices.
THE NEW MODE
i-rl.-.lf-fTTf"1 '- i "-
A PULL 5TOCK ALWAYS ON HAND.
Two doors c.-wt of Occitlent Hotel, ASTOUIA, OltKCON.
-The Sir. &X21&, THIUmTH
,-;- Pt -u
'ff3fiSKirJc&h'r ill nji
"v-sKBQjffSyM w-j g -
Tor freight and pasagc apply to
Union India Rul)lier Company's
Pure Para Gum
BEWABE OF imTATlONS 1
lie sure the lloots are stamped CRACK
PROOF on the heels, and hae tc l'UltE
GUM SPRIXGS on the foot mid Instep,
which prevent their cracking or breaking.
We are now making them with IiUJlliKli
.IND ASBESTOS Soles which will make
them last more than twice as long as any
ltubber lloots made.
VOn SALE BY ALL DEALERS.
ALL KINDS ItUBBEIi BELTINC, PACK
ING, HOSE, SP11INGS. CLOTHING.
BOOTS AND SHOES, etc.
;01YILIC RUBBER CO.
R. IL PEASE. .Jr., I ...,.
S. M. BUNYOX. J ApcntS
Wilmerding & Co., San Francisco.
Loeb & Co., Agents, Astoria.
ALL PARTIES INDEBTED TO, or hold
ing any Indebtedness against Thomas
Jones and Andrew Johnson, deceased. cither
or both of them, will please call at the Union
Packing Company's office within thirty days
and settle same.
P. E. FERCHEN.
Astoria, Oct. 3, 1SS2.
A. Tan Duseii & Co.
WOULD RESPECTFULLY CALL THE
attention of the Tnbllc to the fact that
thov are Agents for the following sewing
machines, viz :
The Imprercd Singer.
And The ElrtrlriRC.
Which they arc selling from 535. to $30.
each ami aery Competition.
rersons wishing to purchase machines
should call and inspect our stock before pur
chasing elsewhere, as wo guarantee to give
perfect satisfaction a regards quality and
i:amji: cax i:u iiau ix as
topia oxi.v or
B. H. BAWE6,
f'M.J. AND KXAIIXi: If.
will v.v. ri.EAi?i:D.
i:. K. 1IAW1-S u nl-o ai'Ciit for tlie
Ml patent (Mini Stove
Anil other lir-l-cl.ts stovf:.
Furnnco Tl'orlr, Stram Fii
tings. etc.. . spoeinltj'.
Will leave Astoria for
, IV. 1, 1!
11. i. ;i:av.
Ascut I. S. X. Co.
GEO. HILL, -WALTER
Hiss MAMIE GOODRICH,
Tlie Queen of Serio Comics.
The ircateMt or All Hebrew
CHAS. 3ARR0W .
The 4Hiesiterlleld of minstrelsy.
Tojjctlter witii n now
AIl the Old Favorites Retained.
Ope ti all Hie Year. Performance Uttry
Muht. Kill Ire Chuuuc nf S'ro-
gramme Onre n IVccl..
Conijinsing all the !ate-r
j SONGS, DAHCES AND ACTS.
We give the Best
' In the West.
The .theatre. Is crowded nightly, and all
who havo witnessed tticjfntcrtalumcnt pro
nounce it to be equnl to any given elsewhere.
Mr. Hill as a caterer for the public's
amusement can not be excelled. Anjbody
wishing to spend a pleasant evening and
see sparklim; wit and beauty without ul
garity, should impiove the opportunity and
The company comprises the following well
Miss iwsyir. "Wai.tox.
Miss Moi.mk Chkistv.
M"k. Toji. ClIKISTV.
Mi:. "Waltkk Parks.
All of which will appear nightly in their dif
Open air concert every evening ; perform
ance commencing at 8 ; entrance to theatre
on Ilenton stieet; private boxes on Cliena
New Stars in Rapid Succession !
No. 40 I2-Ply
CORK m LEAD LINES,
A Full Stock Now on Hand.
HENRY DOYLE & CO.,
311 Market Street, San Jfraiicifleo
Sole Agents for the l'acillc Coast
Having purchased direct from first hands
an entire fresh stock for
Br CALLING AT THE OLD RELIABLE
f TT7,wrT-- X
Jj ITou IRTil
We are unpacking
ress Goods !
Our superb collection of
Sil&Si, Satins, etc.
Our assortment of new designs in
Bfozk BtBpj Maii&feise
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.
QQgM)ur stock IS
HpSOur prices AEE the Lowest !
From the fact that in place of increasing we REDUCE
expenses. We spare the pocket from
P. O. CORNER.
John JEL Montgomery,
(SUCCESSOU TO JAOKIXS & MONTGOMEIiY.)
fflRti tlfisi in HBB"
COS.MER OF MAIX ASO
FURNITURE S 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.
DKALKK IN mSim
FURNITURE 3? BEDDING.
Corner Ulain and fcqucmoqua Streets. Astorln. Oreson.
WIDOW SHADES AND TRIMMIHGS; LOOKING GLASSES ETC
A Complete Stock.
PRICES AS CHEAP AS QUALITY WILL AFFORD.
ATX KIXDS OF FUR3fiTLTKE REPAIRED AND VARNISHED.
QAD ACHES TDinEIi LAND in T. 9 N,
OXJO K. 7 West. Title good ; price rea
J. 0. B0Z0KT1I.
Keal Estate Agent
1 Save aMoney !
Dress Goods !
Tin, Sheet Iron and Copper Ware.
A General Assortment of
Magee Stoves and Kanges
The Best lu the market.
rmmbin ootls of all kinds on hand. Job
work done in a workmanlike manner.
may bo found on
nie nc Geo. 1.
nowELL A Co's
Kewspapor Advertising Bureau (10 Sprues
btrcet), here aa er-
t ouuts ror it la