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SUNDAY NOVEMBER 3. 1SS2
(SUOCES.SOK TO 1WCE & AlLEf.)
Wholesale and ratall dealer tr,
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J. F. IIALLOEAX.
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Spencer on American Politics.
Tiieki: ib at present a great
man traveling m America, in an
unostentatious manner, avoiding
all publicity and quietly taking
observations. He is an English
man, Herbert Spencer by name,
and the foremost thinker of his
time. He has done moie to influ
ence thought and culture than
any other one man living. Sub
mitting the inevitable "re
porter" a few days ago, in New
York, in answer to the question
what he thought of America,
meaning the United States Mr.
Spencer said in relation to our
"You retain the foi ms of free
dom, but, so far as I can gather,
there has been much loss of the
substance. Jt is true that those
who rule you do not do so by
means of armed retainers, but
they do it through regiments of
men armed with voting papers.
ine political machinery, as it is
now worked, has little lesemb
lance to that'contcmplated at tho
outset of vonr politic?! life. But
do not infer therefore that 1
tnuiK licpuDiican institutions a
failure. I have always considered
that the Americans got their
government by a happy accident,
not by normal progress, and that
they would have to go back be
fore the' could go forward.
Events seem to justify my view .
America is showing on a larger
scale than ever before that 'paper
constitutions' will not work as
they are intended to work. "Within
the forms of your constitution
theie has grown up an organiza
tion of piofessiona! politicians
altogether uncontemplated at
the outset which has in a
large measuie become the
ruling power. The fitness of men
for free institutions is dependent
chiefly upon character and only in
a secondary degree on education.
v .- J3ut vior i.ne universal delusion
s v& ibt education as a panacea for
. jA'' political ils this would have
'r&aaiSiftiiofficicntlv clear bv ihc
7Ur.fMi"y.. .. . - .
aailv disclosed in vour
'&&rL ,. 4l. "... !.
.jryiis nub mu uiuu wiiu
control your federal,
run your par-
&tisan campaigns all educated men,
and has their education prevented
them from engaging in or condon
ing briberies, lobbyings and other
corrupt methods which itiate the
actions of your administration? I
think not. I account for this by
the remoteness of profit to each
individual from political purity,
citizens not considering it worth
their while to fight against each
abuse as it appear.. Jt is an easy
going readiness to permit small
trespasses because it would be
troublesome, or profitless, or un
popular to oppose, which leads to
the habit of acquiescence in wrong
and the decay of free institutions.
Free institutions can be maintained
only by citizens each of whom is
instant to oppose every illegitimate
act, every assumption of suprem
acy, every official excess of pov.er,
however trivial it may seem. The
American pauses to consider
whether he can afford the time and
trouble, and so abuses creep in.
All these lapses from higher to
lower forms begin in trifling ways,
and it is only by incessant watch
fulness that they can be pre
vented." NEAV TO-DAY
A SMALL SKIFF, Ol'TSIOi: OIIO. W.
Hume's cmnen-, umtetl white with
word 'wae" painted on stem. Loser will
inquire at Nie's restaurant. l w k
ON OCT. 3IST. AKOAT -Jl PilirT LOXO.
P'tinte I leddish-bntiv u. e3in- a-s'ion' at
my plaee one mde below Young's nter.
Owuer will prove nroniiv :nd p i rharees.
Dissolution of Partnership.
NOTICE IS HEKKUY OIVEX THAT t'.e
partnership heretofore existing between
lolm I. Classen and Clrirles II. Ocrkwil.
under tho finn name or Classen & Oeikwttz,
is tills day dissolved by nuit ual eouseiit. All
debts will be paid b John P. Classen. .ml
the business will be eoniinued bv him.
10I1X P. CLASlSEX.
w e:. eemeht,
Wf ASTOUIA. OKECOX
DRUGS AND CHEMICALS,
Tillet and Fancy Articles,
PATINT MEDICINES, ETC.
HrTreserlptiona carefully compoundcdit
P ITiiiiii mnilliTi Tinctures and Pellets,
gMMMBpiiwyfr &U alco kept.
Jv k? 5gwlwnipulate y
rt -i'-Jl5H " " "JT - .. ,
. .s-'j ana conventions nn
Glass and Plated Ware,;
TKOI'K'AI AN DOMJISTICJ
FRUITS AMD VEGETABLES.
TO KEEP DRY FEET
ALL KIKBS OF BOOTS & SHOES
roit t..:s: Ar.:(::'.XTJ.t";s?;
I hae a !:r,:- siork of lirsj elav; jxoittisanil
on will iiiul in pneesashiw as an v.
BV LAST STEAMER
A l:ii'Asnrtn.nt of I In
rmal.eall KnuK of llnuK and Sinn--; to
Oi:i)i:n. and puuratee A PP.Itri.Cr PIT.
r.ntent IIveiiaMr.igV.uKons on 0111 sltoe
free of charge. Kepainng ncatl done.
On the Koadway, onjiolte (). It. &X. lork.
MAKTix roAirn. j. .t. stjiicks
F0AE3 & STOKES,
Wholesale and retail dealers In
Wood aad Willaw-wai'K
Tobacco. Cigars. Wines and Liquors
I'OKKKSN AM) DOMHSTK;
Fruits tnul Yegclahles.
General Commission Kerchants
Xet to Oregon l.'ailw.i;, .t Na.- Deck.
School Tax Notice,
rpo tup tax PAYiiirsoF.snioo;. nis-
-- tiict No. In. ('lalsopi'ounH Oregon : V.m
are hereliv notified that the asessme:it lull
for the vhool ta in ill si net No. is. for the
j ear I.Ssj. is emnpleied ami is now in ni
liiiiitb fur t he ih t st da fnun dal e lit re
of. I'.tj ourt:iM "in lime' and saeeosts.
V. W.MI i:i.y.
rie:k Sihool DMnet .n. In
Astmin, Oieon, Oclo'if r Jlsi. Iss-i iliij
SYMPTOKIS OF A
Z.OSS of Armtitrv 7?mirp15 pnqtiTO
Pain in tlio Head, vitli a dull sen
sation in tlio back part, Pain under
the Shoulder blade, fullness after
eating:, willi a disinclination to ex
ertion of body or mind, Irritability
of temper, lovr spirits, with, a feeling-
of navintr neglected some duty,
"Weariness, Dizziness, Plutterint?; at
the lieart Dots before the eyes, "Zcl
low Skin, Headache senerailv over
the rif?ht eye. Restlessness, with, fit
ful dreams, liig-bly colored TJiine,
TTJTT'S PILLS are espcclally
mlnptca to frucli cnscK, ono dose ef
fects so clt n cliniie.o offeeliuc as to
nstoulHli the sufferer.
JViyJineKSaBe the Apietlt,anrl canso
tho body to TaU e on ITIesU, thus tl.cs'.ii.
tern U nonrislicd, and bv their Tonic
A,con J110 lIscstlve Ortrans, itcj?
ular&tooln are produced. PricoZiccuu.
:. Mnmiv St.. IV. Y.
TUTT'S HAIR DYE
Goat Haih orWiikkers chanpe to a Glossy
Black by a RinRle application of this Drc It
tmpartsanaturalcolor. AcU Instantaneous.
Jy. Sold by Dnnarlsts, or sent by cxprtau on
receipt of ...Sl.OO.
OFJtlCE, as MtJKUAY ST., K. T.
IXMfal UtttlpU n Ul Ix Billed lUtX so puUcUoo. J
THE "NE PLUS"
Only Premium nt Portlnnd, Irlc
clianics Sair is now Rcnuy.
. The owners of the
SOLE SHOP RIGHT
Fortlregon will deliver free loanj milmad
or .steamboat station on receipt of $15.
Specially low terms to dealers. Address i.
0,- Box 7i3rertland, Oregon.
KT JHufgclKulUWP "lfn
Scarf Pins, Chains, Watches,
Of oery description.
"Hie flnot -t k of .leu dry in Astoria.
S"AH good warranted as represented.
GUSTAV HANSEN, JEWELER.
Tuesday JTov. 7, 11 A.M.
I am instructed hv Mr. A. II. Sales to mtII.
at 1'nhlic Anetlon, at n:anclion room, to
Hie hlghen hhiiler.
Let 5 in Block 58,
In Sliivch "s Astoria, together with the house
and apimrteuanees thereto helongiiig.
Terms Cnsli. Title Perfect.
P.. C. IIOLDKX.
Tlu .spaco is roservcrl for tlio ad-
J. E. THOMAS
i Which will appear in a few days.
fcst Complete Stock in Astoria
Novelties of nil Kinds
Fruits tJoili Foreign :tud Dniuestir
Wines and Liquors
Of Superior P.rand.
FOSTCU'S COIIXKK, 0 It A:N DOCK
Pioneer Canl Factory.
FRESH CAHDIES AND NUTS.
A l,ir't' and new variety always on hand.
Patronize Home Manufacture.
l-e ':tti.lie (Hat lire ittnde orionil and
llon't buy randies from foreign nianufac
lurers where they use poisonous artieles.
llnvat home where jou van see that the
Candies are rrsh and the ingredients are
("all and see me at the factory opposite the
1511 Tower. C1IAKLP-S II. OEKlvWlTZ.
A. Yan Diisen & Co.
yOPI.l UP-SI'ECTFPI.I.Y OAIJ. TnK
attention or the Publie to the f.iet that
lliey aie Agents for the following .sewim;
maehmes. i. :
The Iinjirowd Sinor.
The Croit it
Ahirhthev are selling from i?35. toS.IO.
earli and defy t'onipetition.
Persons wishing to purchase machines
should rail ami inspei t our slock before pur
chasing elsewhere, as c guarantee togne
rerferisaiisracilon as regards quality and
Leinenweber & Co.,
. r.i:iXKNWi:iiKi:. n. mjow.v.
TAMERS AND CUBBIES,
M.inufaetnrers ami liuportersol
k i.l i:ixis dp
OIL A XI) TALLOW.
ssh pnre paid for Hides and
School Tax Notice.
TZ V) 1 II E TAX PAYERS OP SCHOOL DIS--L
inct o. i. Clatsop ronnty Oregon : You
atv hereby notlilcd that the assessment roll
for the school lav in district 2sa. i, for the
jcar UsS2 is completed and will be in my
hands, at my onice at the Main street w harf
for the next sixty das from date hcreor.
Pay j our taxes in time and save costs.
m , J.G.IIUSTI.EK,
Clerk School District Xo. ,1.
Astoria, Oregon, Sept. 15th 1882. dGOd
Over Aradt A Fercken's Hhp.
Call and einmlfie, the work we arc doing
and see the wood we are using, heforc mak
ing a trade elsewhere. 4
FIItST- CLASS VfCmS. A SPECIALTY.
Will move into his new storenn a few days.
Finest Furniture and UpkolBfery
In every Style and at Reduced Prices.
There is now
Hooks, Toys? Musleat ImtrummiBj
EVP.lt ItKOPOnT TO AS'lOKIA.
S" Come and see Sx
US" for ourselves. "ff
The Str. &N. KtlXdSS
Por freight and passage apply to
REDUCTION OF WHOLESALE PRICES.
$7 50JPER BARREL OF 30 GALLONS.
1LAKGE OUDEIIS IN LIKE PROrOKTIOX.
Less Quantities, - - ' 30 Cents per. Gallon
Bottled" Beer, - - - SI 50 pert Dozen
B"SpccIal attention paid to orden from Public Houses and Faniilies.-5ti
THE COLUMBIA BREWE9Y
IS Sl'PEUIOli TO MOST. AND IS KXPHI.l.Kl) P.Y NONE OX THIS COAHT
JOHN HAHN, - - PROPKIETOK,
OHENAMUS STREET, - ASTORIA, OREGOST.
Ordeis left at the CEItMAXIA 11EEU I1AI.I. will be promptly attended lto.-So
Union India Rubber Company's
Pure rani (u in
P.EWAP.E OP IMITATIONS !
P.c sure tho Iloots are stamped CRACK
PJtOOF on the heels, and hae Uiel'UltK
GUM SPIilXGS on the foot and instep,
which prevent their cracking or breaking.
We are now making them with liUUBKlt
AXD ASBESTOS Soles which will make
them last more than twice as long as any
Hubbcr lioots made.
l-'OIt SALE HY ALL UEAI.PKS.
ALL KINDS nUDUER BELTIXt?, l'APK-
1NG, HOSE, SPRINGS. CLOTHING.
BOOTS AND SHOES, etc.
(aMIDYFAR BVBOER CO.
S. 31. RUXYON. f
Wilmerding & Co., San Francisco.
Loeb & Co., Agents. Astoria.
Will Be Sold.
UNLESS THE BOAT, FOUND BY JIE
test September and advertised in The
Astomav &t"th& time, is claimed within so
days.f rom this notice. I. wjll sell it at my
place teth highest bidder for cash, on the
21st day ot-NovestbcrlMO. at 10 o'clock a. m.
, ' ji5MN WALTERS.
mimmg; sr-,j .i --
. 8cwUtOrefOBjUet.2isrtj8K. COd
Will Ieaxe Astoii.i for
jMNSiDday, Iveier 5, 1882
At 5 A. W!.
.r. ii. i. ;k,vy.
Agent I. S. X. Co.
GEO. HILL, - - - PROPRIETOR
WALTER PARKS, - STAGE MANAGER
HISS EMMA GILBERT,
The Queen of Serio Comic?.
MISS PAY GILBERT,
The Little Queen.
The Kins: oTIIish liiekeis.
Together with a ww
Under the management or PIIOP. SWAP..
All the Old Favorites Retained.
Open nil Ihc Year, l'rrroruianrr Kcry
Night. Kutirc tlinnse or lro-
srauime Cure a IVcrK.
Compre,ing all the latest
SONGS, DANCES AND ACTS.
We give the Best
In the West.
The theatre is crowded nightly, and all
who have witnessed the entertainment pro
uouuee it to be eoual to any gl en elsewhere.
Idr. Hill as a caterer for the public's
amusement eau not be excelled. Anjbodv
wishing to spend a pleasant ci cuing and
see sparkling wit and beauty without vul
garity, should improc the opportunity and
The company comprises the following well
Jliss Paxnik Waltox.
Mis-, jiamik Goodrich.
Miss Emma Gir.itKitr.
Jliss Fay Gii.i:ekt,
Mr. Wai.ti:r Pauks.
Id it. Cir.vs. Fuemost,
Alt:, .loiix Stokks.
Mil. ClIA. BAKKOWS.
All of which will appear nightly in their dif
Open air concert c cry evening ; perform
ance commencing at 8; entrance to theatre
on Benton street; prhate boxes on Chena
New Stars in Rapid Succession !
Delinquent City Taxes.
NOTICE IS IIEREBY GIA'EX THAT I,
the undersigned. Chief of Police. hae
heen furnished with a warrant from the citv
council rcqnirinp: me to collect the taxes as
sessed for the year 18S2. and now delinquent
upon the list, and make leturn of the same
within sixty days. All parties so indebted
will therefore please take notice and govern
Chief of Police.
Astoria, Oregon, September 19, 1882.
BT CALLING AT THE OLD RELIABLE
. wgiifeil cJSgSie mP 9 9vltB
We are unpacking
ress Goods !
Our assortment of new desisfns in
Black BrBpj MsttielalsG
ArmBurBj Cashmeres, t,,
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.
ggSgOur stock IS the Choicest!
EOur prices ARE the Lowest !
From the fact that in place of increasing- we REDUCE
expenses. We spare the pocket from
THE NEW MODEL
its ,..'b i 8 ifF i 'ty
A FUIi 5TOCK AIiWAYS ON HAND.
DE2- H- IBC. WES,
Two doors east of Occident Hotel, ASTORIA, OREGON.
Jolm An Montgomery,
(SUCCESSOR TO JAOICINS & JIOXTGOJIERY.)
COR-fcUR OF .1IATX AX1
CHAS. HEILBORN, .
FURNITURE 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 every branch.
DEALER IX y&
FURNITURE m BEDDING.
Corner IHain and Squcmoqua Streets. Astoria. Orcsen.
WIDOW SHADES AND- TRIMMINGS; LOOKING GLASSES ETC
A Complete Stock.
FRIGES AS CHEAP AS QUALITY WILL AFFORD.
ill KIH DS OF FURX1TURE REPAIRED AXD TASHI8HED.
Save money !
Dress Goods !
pi- Hfa-m -- m
RAXGE CAX BE IIAD IX AS
TOKTA ONLY OF
Em Rm HAWB9g
CALL AXD EXA3IIXE IT, YOU
WILL BE TLEASED.
E. It. IIAWES is also agent for the?
MX patent Cookif Stove
And other first-class stoves.
Furnace Work. Steam Tit
tings, etc., a specialty.
Tin, Sheet Iron and Copper Ware.
A General Assortment of
Magee Stoves and Ranges
The Bast In the market.
I'nimhing goods of all kinds on hand. Job
work done in a workmanlike manner.
.1 KS-'FERSOX STKEET9,
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