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THTJItSDAY..... NOVEMBER 1, 1883
has hauled in about 10,000,000
pounds of codfish this year.
Subset Cox recently said in an
interview with a press representa
tive: "You might as well ex
pect to run a powder mill in hell
as an honest government with an
Articles of incorporation of
the United States Central Railroad
with a capital of 75,000,000 have
been filed in Denver, Colorado.
The road will run from Denver to
San Francisco, and when com
pleted will be the shortest and
easiest grade between the two
The Helena, (Mont.) Herald
claims for its place that "it is the
the richest cit in the country in
proportion to the population.
There are fifty men whose incomes
are above 10,000 each, and quite
a number of these enjoy aunual
receipts of 100,000. Tins, for a
population of 7,500,- is certainly a
Tue New York Herald thinks
that Mexico is just about reach
ing that stage of political prog
ress which our country attained
when articles of confederation
were iramea unaer wnicn we
waged the war of independence
Her greatest need is the same with
which heaven supplied our coun
try during the period in which our
constitution was adopted and the
present federal government organ
ized. A statesman with the fac
ulty of Hamilton or Gallatin would
bo worth more to Mexico to-day
than all her renerals.
The report of the Commissioner
of Pensions shows that there were
303,G5S pensioners on the roll at
the end of the fiscal ear, June
30, 1S83. During the year the
names of 3S,1G new pensioners
were added and the names of 70 G
whose pensions had been dropped
previously were restored to the
roll, making 38,958 pensions added
an excess of 10,G45 over the pre
ceding year. The average annual
value of each pension wasSlOG.lS,
and the aggregate annual value of
all pensions was $32,245,102, an
increase of 2,901,090. The
amount paid for pensions was
G0,0G1,009, exceeding their an
nual value by several million dol
lars. The bulk of this excess was
on account of arrears of pensions
covering the period prior to the al
lowance of claims.
Ax important chapter in the
constitutional history of Norway
has been opened. The whole of
the members of the Norwegian
ministry have been impeached by
the lower house of the national as
sembly before the Rigsret or Su
preme Tribunal of the realm, and
the trials open to-day with the
case of Mr. Selmer, the prime
minister. The ministers are charg
ed with acting contrary to the
interests of the country in having
advised the king to refuse his
sanction to the bill which has been
carried by three successful storth
ings for the admittance of minis
ters to seats in the national as
sembly, to a bill involving a ques
tion of supplv, and to a bill
empowering the storthing to elect
two additional members on -the
central committee of government
railways. Some daj's ago the plea
set up by the council for the ac
cused ministers, declaring some of
the members of the court disquali
fied to sit as judges, was rejected
and the court had declared all its
members competent to sit. As
each of the eleven ministers will
be tried separately, it is not likely
that any result will be made
known for another three or four
The postmaster-general's order
lorbidding delivery of mail to the
New Qrleans National bank be
cause it was the- agent of the
Louisiana Lottery company is like
ly to bring a good deal of atten
tion to the most shameful condi
tion of things in a certain way to
be found in anv state. The bank
has got the New Orleans postmas
tor enjoined from obeying the
order, and, if the suit is properly
defended, a judicial decision will
be reached upon some imporlant
points. The bank suit is in fact
brought by the lottery company,
and should finally test the ques
tion as to whether that concern
must be recognized as a legitimate
enterprise. The company was got
up at the close of the war,
became rioh and powerful, and in
1879 had its charter incorporated in
the constitution. It silences criti
cism by constant gifts to charities,
bribes to silence half the news
papers in the country with high
priced advertising, and prevents
official interference at home bv
maintaining a dictatorship in state
politics. It has made and unmade
governors and judges, and elected
legislatures, and there are open
charges that the federal judges
there dare not decide against it in
the present suit.
Saturday, Nov. 3. at 2 P.M.
At Holrtcii's Auction Room.
I AM INSTRUCTED HY CONSTAW.E
Oliver, to sell at public auction in re
Poretto vs. Cassellini, a lot of Cljrars, Wines,
Liquors, Syrups ctc.and oncYVliiteha 1 Boat,
with oars etc . complete.
Also I will sell 20 pairs Blankets, Comfort
ers, Rubber Boots and a lot of Clothing.
Crockery and Glassware, Bedsteads, spriup;
Mattrasscs, Cooking Stove, second hand
Sewluz Machine in good running order, and
a lot of sundries.
E. C. KOIiDF.X.
DAIRY FARM FOR SALE.
954 ACRES ON CLATSOP PLAINS
KNOWN AS THE 1'. UEAlMIAItT FARM
together with thirty cows, seventeen
head ol young cattle, onb horse, one wj;ou
and other farming implements.
This Is a rare chauco lor anyone lo secure
a rood dairy or stock farm.
For particulars inquire of
d-wtf J. V. GEAKIIAKT.
A Good Gup of Coffee
AND OYSTERS. -
MKS. TOWELL HAS OFENED AN OYS
ter stand and Concc House on Main
street next to the Oregon Bakery.
Every attention paid to patrons.
PROP, T. F. ItlEYER.
Graduate of Heidelberg University.
To Hunters, Fishermen, Ranchers.
IF YOU WANT THE HIGHEST MAlt
ket price for your produce, go to
FOR SALE CHEAP,
ALDERBROOK PJtOPERTY IN LOTS
to suit purchasers for cash or on the In
stalment plan. BOZOHT1I & JOHNS.
Dissolution of Partnership.
THE PARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE
existing between Wong Pont, Wong
See Gum and Wone Iinr Gum. in storckcen-
iug business. Is hereby dissolved by mutual
consent. Wong lug Gum has bought the in
terests of the other naitncrs, who are going
to China, and he will continue business at
the old stand. Wontr Iih? ftnin tmiv nil
of the debts of the firm ajid collect all ac
counts due it WONG PONT.
WONG SEE GUM,
WONG ING GUM.
OUSE WITH 5 ROOMS, HARD VIS-
isueu, lot and h table. Enquire of
BOZORTH & JOHNS.
mnE STORE LATELY OCCUPIED BY A.
JL M. Johnson & Co.
Apply at the store of
C S. GUNDEItSON.
rrael Bros., or to
A FARM TO LET.
OF 100 ACRES, ON YOUNG'S BAY. AND
adlolnincthts citv. on which is a bouse.
good spring, and about thirty acres cleared
smooth, suitable for gardening, dairying or
pouury raising. j . TAYI.UK.
Delinquent City Taxes.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT I.
the undersigned, Chief of Police, have
been furnished with a warrant from the
City Council requiring me to collect the tax
es assessed for the year 1883, and now delin
iiuont ill ton the list sinri in.iko return nf rlio
same within sixty days. All parties jto in-
ueuica win increiore please laKe notice and
govern themselves accordingly.
C. W, LOUGIIERY,
Chief of Police.
Astoria, Oregon, October 25th, 1SS3.
1Y undersigned has been appointed the as-
dimnanftlmllnnnf A HT TALnonn -.
aim nil ptTMms uaving claims against sam
llrm are notified to present the same duly
verified to me at my office In Astoria. Ore
gon, within three montlis from this date,
d-Gw A. W. BERRY,
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE
Assessment Roll of School District No.
1, Clatsop county, Oregon, for the vcar 1E83
has thts 15th day of October. 1&B3. been ap
proved by the Directors of said district and
a warrant issued to the clerk for the collec
tion of the taxes therein called for within
sixty days from said date.
Said tax Is now due and pavable at the
office of the undersigned in Astoria, in said
district, also will be deemed delinquent un
less so paid within the time above specified.
J. O. BOZORTH,
Clerk School Dist. No. 1.
Clatsop Co. Oregon.
NOTICE IS ID3REBY GIVEN THAT THE
aunual meeting of the stockholders of
the Washington Packing Co. will be held on
Wednesday. Nov. 7, 18S3. at 10 o'clock, a. ji..
at their cannery near Astoria, for the pur
pose of electing five directors, and to trans
act such other ouslncss as may legally come
Attest J. W. GEAIUIART.
FRANK NOLBERG. J'res.
Astoria, Oct. C, 18S3. G-sod
X. X. Jolison,
Has re-opened his
CIGAR AND TOBACCO STORE,
On fill T?fiiHirav niii.ilc nTil Iniwitlnn TT
will keep the stock of the choicest Cigars,
Jitifl Trtli!fne ryrA n full llnanfcninl-nKi ar
ticles. Including the finest meerschaum
Eipes. He will be pleased to see his old
lends at his new stand.
Finest fitted up Billiardfand Sample Hooras
In the City.
Everything first-class throughout.
At the entrance to the O.B.&N, Dock.
Hartore ui SMd Chanftlery
A. YAH DUSEIi & CO..
D KALE ItS IX
Hardware and Ship Chandlery,
Pure Oil, Bright Varnish,
Binnacle Oil, Cotton Canvas,
Hemp Sail Twine,
Cotton Sail Twine,
Wrought Iron Spikes.
Galvanized Cut Nails.
Agricultural Imp emeu is,
Sctrturr ISIi; chines.
Paints :iuJ rtlN. fJrnrorit'S. ! !
Astoria Oil Works,!
J. H. DEFORCE. Proprietor. P. O. Bi ;
3ltuufacturnr and Iculr m !
FISH Oil and SKID GREASE.
Loggers will find my Skid (Jr-ns- lo be
good and cheap.
Gas ajid Steam Fitting
DONE BY RUDDOCK & WIIEKLKX. AT
fair rates. Also a complete stock of
goods in our line. Estimates siren mm!
Cass street, in rear of I O O K building,
uest to Gs Go's office.
KSTARLISnnU IN" 1832.
AUMES & DALLAM,
Manufacturers and Imiwters of
Wooden and Willow Ware
Twine", Brooms, Brushes, Baskets,
X'nits, Tuus, C'lxurnh, Washboard. Hope
'ordasc, Wrapping X'apris, r?:r
IlaKS T:nildiug l'.ipcr, 32a!c!rs,
Handles, ('Jollies WrlnKcr.. Car
pet Swccprrs, Fratiier ast
ers. Stationery, Vc.
230 and 232, Pront Street,
SAN FRANCISCO, CAL.
SMALL MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS
SPREADS AND STOOLS
Piano, and Organ Instructors.
STIK k ENABE MflS !
"Presiiient of United States'
"Governor of Oregon-'
And other prominont persons. Pianos and
Organs of many leading make,
wholesale ami retail,
CELEBRATED TABER ORGANS.
Largest House on This Ooast.
Instruments of All Kinds Tuned
165 First St.. Portland. Oregon.
Leinenweber & Co.,
C. TiKIX UN W KHUlt. .1 . JtHOWS
KSTAU L1SII 130
mmm m cubbses,
Manufacliirrrs hud :np'niy of
1.1. KINDS OF
J WhdfcsaJe Dealt-rs In
OIL AND TALLOW.
cij-JIIchest cash niiee nald for HuIm stnd
TO GANNERYMEU !
I WILL JlAlE BOXES NEXT SEASON
in any amount required, and guarantee
In IinVA 1 1 Will vntlcfinlfin- ill nivin. ku-iu,1
Jly price for sliooks will be J3 cents ; for
icuivu uiiAl-3 1 CCUUS. Ally OI1C ISIlinR lO
inake a contnict for rases ran confer wiUi
oct t-3m Proprietor "West Shore Mills.
Steamer TOftl MORRIS.
and I'avorltc Itoat
IS NOW BEADY FOB BUSINESS AND
can ho chartered for excursions, spechU
parties, etc., at reasonable rates. A general
steamboating business transacted.
V. BOELUNG, Master.
FOR LIVERPOOL DIRECT.
The splendid Al British Iron w
Will be shortly on the berth for SALMON
In lots to suit shippers. Forfreight and in
surance apply to
Messrs. BALFOUK, G CTIIBrE & Co..
Or to P. L. CHEBBY, Astoria.
The new Steamer
N.P. JOIIANSEN, - - - Master.
WiU leave for TILLAMOOK, on
FOR SAILING DATES AND rABTICU
larsannlv to J. G. 1IUSTLEK. Main
street Wharf. Astoria : ALLEN .t LETVVLS.
roruana ; .1. 1 siunx xiiininooK.
To The Public.
WE. THE UNDERSIGNED, NOTIFY
the public that we have bought the
scow AnnIe" Parties who have any claim
or claims against said scow should notify ns
within 30 dats, before all the money is paid,
and make arrangements accordlncfv.
Astoria, Or., OptoberStn, 1SS3.
111 SUP ,"lPijff iAJaOY l!iOUISi&JJS.
.JL Splendid Steele of
Tofs5 Movefiles and Foreign importations
The lew York
liieCioocls at Eedneedl
Ladies desirous of procuriiig Goods
unequaied in Style and Pinish "will
take pleasure in examining- our
SILKS, BATH'S and BBESS GOODS.
SEATS' FUHNISHIKG DEPARTMENT,
Everything is Complete
and of the Tbest.
FURNITURE S BEDDING
AND DEALER 111
Carpets, Oil Cloth. Wall Paper, Mirrors,
WmdGV Shadss, Lscs Gur tains.. Picture Frames and cuidings
WD5DOTV COKNICES AND CQETAIN POLES
Complete In every firancb.
XK, j?5 S5: S3 7
Hay, Oats, Straw.!
Ume, Brick, Gemsn'i and 3am!
Wooil delivered to Order.
Draying, Teaming and Express Business.
Horses ana Carriages for Hire.
WIfiES, LIQUORS AKD CJCARS.
LOEB & CO.
AGENTS FOIi THE
Best San Francisco Houses and
Tumblers Decanters, and All
Kinds of Saloon Supplies.
CS-AIl goods sold at San Francisco Trices.
Opposite Parker Houso. Astoria. Oregon.
Tlnion India Eufrber Co
Pure Tara Gum
CRACK PROOF '
BEWARE OF 1MTTATIOKS !
Be sure the Boots are stamped CRACK
PROOF an the heels, and have the PURE
OUM SPRIXGS on the foot and Instop,
which prevent their cracking or breaking.
We are now making them with RUBBER
AXD ASBESTOS Soles which will make
Hiem last more than twice as long as any.
Ilubber boors made.
FOU SALE BY ALL DEALEIlS.
ALL KENBS KUBBEIt BELTING. PACK
ING, IIOSE.SPP.INGS. CLOTI1LNG,
BOOTS AND SHOES. Etc
COQDYEAR RUBBER CO.
R. U. PEASE, Jr. I Agents.
S. M. EUNYON, J San Erancisco.
Wilson & Fisher,
S fron, steel, Coal, Anchors, Chains,
i TAR, PITCH, OAKUM,
NAILS AND SPIKES,
Shelf Hardware, Paints and Oils
FIOUR AMD MUX. J?EEI.
Agents for Salem Flouring Mills,
and Capital Flour.
All sizes, at Portland Prices, In Stock.
Cornnr Clienamus and Hamilton Streets
Drugs and Chemicals
Prescriptions carefully compounded
Day or KIght.
A I k
A S3 fS
imgygte-- f-' -m or TOWING, FREIGHT or CHAPv
TER aprb" to Hie Capiahi. or to E. P. Parker, Agent.
Zl. IS. PARSER.
HAVK JJ'ST ISSCEIVEI5 A lAItOIOTir STOCK OF BOOKS.
The youns and old, rich and poor can all be accommodated.
Agents for the Kranlch & Bach and Mandsfeldt & Notni Pianos and
Western Cottage Organs.
Orders for all kinds of Jlusie or In.-tnaiicnts will be promptly filled.
B. F. STilVJESS & CO.,
City Book Store.
Have a Full Line of
I NEW M0DET,
A FDIL STOCK ALWAYS ON HAND.
IE2.. 77 AWBS,
Ttt-o doors east ol Occident Hotel, ASTORIA, OREGON.
- ' r -
(SUCCESSOR TO JACKINS & MONTGOMERY.)
PLUMBING, GAS FITTING, AMD CANNERY WORK
Attended to Promptly on Reasonable Terms.
C1IJEASIIJS STREET, Kext to L Parker's Store.
jr. onSKN". J. CUSTAFSON. A. JOHNSON.
MARTIN OLSEN &, CO.
FURNITURE 35 BEDDING.
Corner Itlain and Squenioqna Streets. Astoria, Orcson.
WINDOW SHADES AND TRIfflIHGS; WALL PAPERI ETC
A Complete Stoclr.
PRICES AS CHEAP AS QUALITY WILL AFFORD.
ALT. KIXDS OF FURNITURE REPAIRED AIVD TARZSISHED.
West-Eighth Street Assessment.
NOTICE is hereby given that the assessment made by Ordinance !No. 560 of
the City of Astoria, Clatsop County, Oregon, and which Ordinance passed the
Common Council of said city on the 10th day of October, 1883, and was approved
on the 11th day of Ociober, 188.:, for the pronosed improvement of West-Eighth
street, in the City of Astoria, as laid out and recorded by John M.Shively. from the
south side of Water street to the south side of Cedar streetinthe manner pro
vided by Ordinance 2o. 567 of the City of Astoria, and which Ordinance passed
the Common Council of said city on the 23d day of October, 1883, and was
approved on the 24th day of October, 1883, on each of the following described
ipts irontmg on said portion or said street, is now payable
Treasurer in U. S. gold coin, and unless paid within fiv
ation of tills notice, viz: Thursday. .November 15. 1883, th
issue warrants for the collection thereof.
a- P o o' g
Xante oOimer. 1 2 &5 1 g)
li s S jJS s ?
I ! f Is. P I .
Sisters o Charity 125 ij T5 4t 11 50 17380 185 30
W W & G W Tarker 125 U 134 SG2 50 199 70 2G2 20
Jas W Welch 1
Mrs S F Wood I
John W Welch 125 1 135 62 50 62 50
1) H Welch
Mrs 3f I Ilerren J
By order of the Common Council.
Astoria, October 26, 1823.
ai kimm Sts.,
KANGE CAN BE HAD IN AS
TOKLV ONLY OF
CALL AND EXAMINE IT, YOU
WILL BE PLEASED.
E. i:. II AWES Is also agent ior the
Ml patent CooMEf Stove
And other first-class stoves.
Fnrnnco "Wort. Stoara Fit-inCs-
oto.t a specialty-
Tin, Sheet Iron and Copper Ware.
A General Assortment ol
ftlagee Stoves and ftanges
The Best In the market,
l'nmihlng goods of all kinds on hand. Job
work done In a workmanlike manner.
at tne omce or me uity
c days from the expir
e Common Council will
The assessment is as follows :
T. S. JEWETT,
Auditor and Clerk.