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wwgpwiwWM gfe 3atf?$ StoTfcttt. ASTORIA- OltEGON: FRIDAY. DEC. 10. iss: ' ' f J. r. HAXAORAK .Editor, - - -The Colombia Kircr Trade. ao many sailing voxels have j either been lost or had narrow es- capes lately in . getting in .or out of the Columbia jiver, that insur- may have had no personal enmity ancecompaiesJiare become very j and no such motive as would act.i - hv of insurance on sailing res-'ate the killing of an unofficial - CD iels going up there. TnJnnrl .n - .a.jiusi have repeatedlv heard the opin - r , t 1 . ion expressed that insurance com- .,,-. . ., panies should stop insuring sail- ing vessels going to ABtorta or Portland. The difficulty experi enced by such vessels on the Co lumbia river bar, though it has greatly increased of late, is one that existed nearly owe hundred years ago. When Vancouver was there, in 1792 or ?93, only the smallest of his two ships, neither of which was of excessive tonnage, could or did cross the bar into the Columbia river. Indeed, no ves sels but those under steam could cross that bar. Tt is the most har assing and dangerous bar over wW,ob hin Imvft tn -n in rnanhincr any port of importance in the ute )apci-s to regular subsi-ribers, United States. The wheat and but not to sell. The newsboy wool of Oregon will hare to be claims that, as the publishing com-.-.carried out in large, powerful jpauy was allowed to pubiWt .eamships, like the Orejron and i papers on Sunday, it was Columbia, and brought "down tojPrsmd thftt thp ,aw nwed San KrancNeo, from Tlienee to bejthemto behold on that day, as a transported by ailinjr vessels to;Snda.V pper was valueless on! the East and Europe. Thi- port '. -Monday. This, .vays an exchange, wiil really be the main .shipping is a trying the matter too far: and ' port from which the produce fj those who petsist in such a riirfd ! Oregon, not less t Iihu that of CH- construotiou of the law, wiil in lornia, will be wnt from the Pn-'j"""1 their cause by bringing about citic coast. We think thai tvn speedy repeal thereof. 'Thus is thepeopli of Oregon, jealous aj they ar of their river and bar.! ceuntry: ana surely mere is no must now see that this is inevita- jsrt of reason in such u blue-light he S.F.Alta JJsc. 2d. i construction of the law. If one This is somewhat exaggerated, i "' not buy or sell a newspaper Tbe Vancouver chare shows 24 (on Sunday, he may also be pro leet ou thr bar. .Neither is the Hiibited from picking up a basket danger as great as might be in- of chips, or being shaved, ferred from tho above. The car- . " iage of our wJicat aud coal to San 1'Vanoisco ib old. Villard on one of his former visits said he would do that; that he would build steamers and carry the products to San Francisco, where thev eon Id be reshipped cheaper than direct from the river. lns tune. however, he outlined different pro jects still. First, to carry the pro ducts direct from tho river to ! Europe in very large steamers. Second, take, the wheat to the Sound in cars and return with coal for Eastern Oregon. Xow we see it stated that tbe S. P. R. H. Co. are building steam ei to carry the wheat and wool of the Columbia basin to Wilming ton or an Diego, theuee we sup- j nose to European ship at Gal veston. But Wilmington and San Diego iwve; only become navigable. iq to speak, ut an expense of thou sands of dollar of S. money. Expend th same amount in im- j more. The request should meet provfrnem ef the entrance to the) with a prompt and substantial re C4mhIAk ffrrand 'rhrft wiil uot.puiiKft front every part !" the l lvtr hrj(tr on th csfn, country. smfc iIm- AHrpffA draft v-els will j - " "- - - Mr tn wn f-nl'-r anl dr- Eastkkx religious paper are part iU Uui-tt, Tliei! is too j arA"li,? ,hr qustion, "Was Ciar- rf much'trutit in the. Alt hutement for our Cougiessmaa to fnrjrei thf Columbia river bar. Queries. Ik the land jrrant between Asto na aud Forest Grove belongs to the company and i not forfeited, can thev be required ever to hf build the road? j Ik there any obligation to sell to I Hijltml sttlen. an amount of 10O acre,? Or t n pric ,ot exced- mg two Mini one half dollars pr -re? P.mi tlw.v l.nLI tlm Lniil ut k- Cathe. hold the bimi r MO per i.rfc. Can they .sell the whole 400,000 ' acres to some foreiirner for a jjame park? ' " ! If the timher ran he disposed oPVhy should not tho company be taxed for all the land .and tim-l v ber? -uru i .u .' Way do they retuse to jwy taxes thereon? The abwrdity of treating the murder of a President just as any j other murder case tvould be treat-' , ed, is novr painfully evident The wa&sin Cruiteau was impelled by the same motive which had iiu- polled lanattcs in all aces to at- i 'tempt the lives of rulers who were d- ,.. . , snmv .. ftf .. i J J i people over whom they had au- thority. The men who so often tried to kill the Czar, like Guiteau, .. - . 1TT.MI T-il. 1 Ul.. had no personal dislike for Liu- amusement cau not be excelled. Anybody- , f . ' wUhing to sriend a pleasant evening and coir. These crimes, savsthe Oak- !eo sparkling wit and beauty without vui- i, , m. , J -rity, should improve the opportunity ami I land Times, are properly termed ;eome. regicides, and our criminal law.si should recognize tais as a distinct offense. There is a radical diSVr ence between killing a public officer on account of his public acts, and slaying an individual through personal hatred, revenge, or greed. The rules which ran apply in one class of capp. aro ir relevant in the other. Tiik godly Justice, Hillbrook, of "Watson ville, Cal., has fined u newsboy for selling a SundRy pa per on Sunday. The Justice de j..iii..i.L. i i .. ..:i. l j::k culed that he had a right to aistnn- supposed to bo a reasonably free I hk westward oxodus from I Europe during the past decade i something without precedent. The class of immigrants during that period has also been better than that of previous decades, niid in place of hanging around the large cities as many of them did in the 50'sand GOV, they .generally ".trike out West1" and help devel op the country. Tin; drafted bill for the prohi tion of Chinese immigration lately presented by the Pacific Coast congressional delegation is effec tive as far as it gees: but there is one omission. There is nothing, nor can there very well be any thing, to prevent the Chinamen from going to British Columbia, and from there on to United States soil. Tnic Garfield monument fund committe want more money; they have 125.000 and need as much I i"i' M'ml sved.,, Well, if il wal,"t ll ogt ! i XAKBXEIK At (he residence of .1. E. .Sttilev. in EUenburg, Mr. I. Y. Miller, of. San and Miss Jucv Canfield.of Curry Co.. j 0r-DfC-fi im' ev.C. E. PInlGrook. XEY TO-DAY. A fiKAVP jk SGANOIMAVfAH BALL M ''' J w.t. b oivrx at I Liberly Ha Thursday Evening, DECEMBER 22. 1881. 1'I.OOn i'OMMITTKK : j Adolf chnstenseu. Cha.s. wicKMw,.,. I o. Xrlon. .i.M.Ohen invitation cemmittek: t J.I.JJ. Johasou. Adolf Christ ensee. O. Nelson. J.XOUen. TICKETS. $1 00 SEW " ADVERTISEMENTS. j J jj ft V A !l i Vl I i f5 N . - i GEO. HIM.. - proprietor .. . e. ..-..... ... oi.r n ... T,r. rrrror::;RSirn I.- tiasczr of Trn- Vloltf. Knflr -raimni' Onc a 'Wccfc. ' 'npninS all the fair j j SONGS, DANCES AKD ACTS.: j JwaIn, s ilm(i utehl.aisd :J, j ?v-h,,1l'f wtnH?pd ttieenteii.Aiiimeiii.pne ' 1 nnuiiio Iftr-hl intlrtn -1?tV -1'tMI Ms."! llerV. ' - Mr Tf III -i fil.r.r nil- :lti lilltiilf'fi ' Open air conceit ever t:cBins: erioiin- dlltcuiiuuinipu .ik ; cmininn iu mtau. i ou uenton Mrcei : pmire iinxes un inemi- mus street. PRELIMINjIRY MNOUKCFJRST TIME ENOUGH! NO HURRY! rei: KIND PAKBNTS to ni'v tiieii: DEAR CH1LDKEN I CHRISTMAS'! AND 'S tf ( Wholesale Dealer, osi the ;:vl- tie Coat are 0.oi"fofIeil AIiORethe this .:i- on uUh HOLIDAY GOODS! Consequent I?, there is 3f rVI' riSSSlTY any longer TO PAY ciisccuisKHisisimc: :3:c22css:usi2'h:i I 200 PER COENT I JBR01'IT On eiry thins u h:ne to pmclinv to Kofp up the iiwnl ild ctt-tui). lloforrinto tho :ilvo fact. the umlcr Mnod lospectfully anmunnt that hi' has received adviresof a oqiiMkiuiu'UI inaik to linn of an cxreiiMveaiiri carofullv selceltul assortment of FIKST CLASS HOLIDAY t;O0I)S ami TOYS, which an- to 1m ottered at private vile for a few d jy a! Prices it hi eh -will Asto:iisli the Iai,e. After inch on Saturday. December 24th. AH the stock niiiz!i!t:i? uti hand wid he Mtlil At Public Auction And the eoiistgiiemii! iloNod hiI WITHOUT iniSKKVK. K. V. 13EiOIX. Anctioneer. LEG A L A DVERTISEM EXT.S. Summons. 12. TIIK ClltcriT COfRT 01" rill: Slalv JL OI a.: Orejion. for Clatsnu Count v. A. E. Huston, plaint ill'. s. WHIKuu Ilaston. defendant, To the nhoio uauiei! defcndrtiiL Wili:mi HuMen: lnhe uaiiteor the State of Ore Kon.xou arehcrebj ivp:iired to appearand answer the complaint of the nlKne named plaintitf hied ajrain! oii in the above enti tled Miit, in the above entitle court, ou or before the first dav of the nel twin of vnid court, which will be en Tui-dav. the 21 i!av uf Janu.iry, tsv. if joh fail i"o so appear aud answer ftr want theieof the ilaiuliir will apply toutremirt for the relief praved foriuud complaint, vvhica W a decree (iis solviuthe Iwiiils of ui'ittimonv heietofnn and now ovisting between the j?.iiiillir and ilciciulanr. 'J his .suiniiieiis i publMicil bv viriueoi anonieruiaae ity ins Honor. Itnl cish Mm t. Judge nf sall eoiut.at chamber-; on the l.thil:i of November Ivsi. C. AV. ri I.TON. 2-dr.t-hr Mtome.v for Plaintiff Sheriffs Notice. allli: .S1ATK. cm my. axu statk . school Tae for tin- year lsst, are now due and crui be p:Ud at m otn-eat theCouit House. .. M. TWOMIJLY. OA" Sheritl ami Ta Collector. Vanted. PKKSOX TO MXAfiK A SALMON X3L Uinnery in i'.ntish Columbia. .Services required at once. Application jube made b letter, iiieinsini; reieivnccii and terms. .iddre-s -. Ti"i:m:i: murrox & c.. '"t Victoria. HCADQCAUTMUs DISPAUTSUIXT OK , the Columbia, aneouver lkirrack, . T.. Nov. 2:1,1 SSI. nttcn pnpos:dswill heieeeivcd bv the undcrsincii. at Yancvver Uarnicks, V.T.. until 31arch:;ist. is.s-, for the rfcht of evclu sive seiuini on Hie Kurt st.'i-niw iii.t Adams) Military. Ueservation, iluriiiK the netlishm-Kas4)u. Hie risht to reject an v ,or "".V111": us "wy dewnetl best, is re- P"1 b Uw'"b n rrn.v Maj. ami AWt Agt. Cencn.uSet ifcv- uier i.encrai i . . Armv. dtf j Notice of Copartnership, WC. THE UXDEKSIGXED. HEKEUY 1 TT KlV'e notice tint we b:ivi fonnnit m in. &gAu: nine, m Astnnn.Pw.ni. t rp.Ix;v j a. XI cohx. ' '" Astoria, Oregon. Dec. :, irsi. d-G0d ) Gee your lejrai blanks at Tn: AsToniAX office. .A full line of over two hundred styles. AUSOELLAXEOl'S. I. 1AK- ' i FRO fni'iinKMiRs to v.. s. ia n.- r:-. j WbHf e-ttti ntnl ivinll il.nl.-r i '! - g'?fe, Provisions Grookery Glass and Plated. Ware, TKUPll'A! ani iioMiync FRUITS AND VEGETABLES. , Tu-u'ihcr v.ixl: Yines-Linnors. Toliacco Cioars i Tli l.truest and :n)si complete :?: .t trw.lt In their li:ie:o lc f.Miu.! su 'Aw elty. Corner of C:tv :!:! Stj:eiiKK-itH- sit--l. .vstoima. oi:i:;ox. ur's iliiM! buAX TiHth:itii Baimon Net Twine. Cotton Seine Twine, Cork and Lead lines, Cotton letting, a!! sizes. Seines tVlade to Qrder, Flax and Cotton Twine, Fishing Tackle, etc. BARBOUR BROTHERS 3!1 .Harket Ntrce. 4au J'raneim-o HEWRY DOYLE & Co.. Managers. ASK foi:- UNI0N INDIA RUBBER CO'S Pure Para i.um iae Rubber Boots and Coats. IJKW.VKE OK IMITATION ! lie sine the I'.oots :uc stamped ('HACK Plionr on the heels, and have the l'CTit: GUM SPRINGS on the foot and instep, which prevents their cracking or hreakiujj. They will lastlwico an long as anj other iiiaiit'.Lictureil. Kei: sali: i:y all jkali:i:s. ALL KINDS HL'UT.KK llLLTIXf:. PACK- 1NO. HOSK, SPP.IXOS, CLOTHINK. HOOTS AXD SHOKS. Lie. GOODYEAR RUBBER CO. K. II. PKASL.lr. H.M.KUXYOX. Agents, San i'nuiciseu. IIOLMAN'S PAD. rei: tjii: ST D M A T U I J 1VI t J n i LIVER, AXl JO, KJDNKVS. TE.US i!AK!C Inallcacesof billioiiMiCss and malaria in ev cry Toi in. a prc cntat ive ami eure or chills, fever and dumb ague. Dr. Hobnail's Pad N a perfect Micces. Aud for ilvsjiopsta. sick headache and nervous prostration, as the pad is applied over the pit of the stomach, the great nervous centei.it annihilates the disease at once. cessfully that d!gestiuiilcciims perfect. i.f 11 a w. ..... l ror. ii. A. Loomis say : "It i nearer a universal panacea than anytime,' in medi- erne." This is done on the pr.nciple or ab- sorption, of which Dr. Holman-s i'ad is the only true exponent. For all kidnev troubles, iwe Dr. HnlmnnV Kenal or Kidney Pad, the best remedy in the j v I. ? 3? ' sj-toj t . -' " -- m - 3eware of Bogus Pads. ! J,?, Address HOIAfAX PAD CO L. "I P.roadvvay.Xevv Ym P. O. box 2U2. Gr. A. STINSOX BLACKSMITHING. At Capt. Itogers old stand, corner of Cass aau Lourt streets. bnip and Cannery work. Horseshoeing, wagons made and repaired. Good work' guaranteed. .. r.,n,.il,. recominendeu bv Hie medii-alJA i-tcli genuine Holman's Pad bears the pri- "'! Plcerated Piles has i.een uiscovereu oy , NOUCe 10 UanneryniSn. JL isting between C. E. Jackins and John .V&JVxen.nos,:un,!of the lhiliiam Pad Co.. Jr. Wllhani. tail Indian Lemcdv), Killed thiity I) VYS FROM THIS d-uc ' A. 3Iontgomery uudcr the firm name or with tho above trade mark printed :u -eon. I Dr. Wilham's Indian Ointment. V single JV0.1' ,l. '"'J V J,, 0shbofS ! Jackliw S: Montgomery, has been this day V.u none without it. " H,x,lto,ll,!.wod,rom OJ mutual consent. John A. or .TO vears standiu-. .o one need suffer I i0.1? !" lJ. ' -?VP ! .f "aV .VA.l'L'.Vi''.1, ' Moiitiro.nei-wilt collect and settle all ac- For Sale by all Druggists. (SMlSiSSSgffl miscellaneous. Sd &u WhcieGois and Heiaii Beaier I.N - iGROOB-RIES. 'Provisions, Lumber, KTC. ETC. KTC. . ! Fishemiens ami Cannery; j SUPPLIES A' SPECIALTY. AUK.NT FOlt TIIK j San Jose Fruil Packing Company. NI TIIK ; San Francisco Ohemical lASTOinV - - - OKKGOK. ( ' A R T, ilS STH.L 1!ECEIYI.; rOXSlGX 1 AlENT's 01' I Jewelry, Stationery, Dolls'j Toys, Albums, Books, Celluloid Goods, JET, SILVER, GOLD, Work Boxes, Escritoires, Pas sementerie, Plaque, Bijouterie, AXD A VAKIETV OF ELEGANT nEPiuxs rk oiiNAAncNTAL WORK OF EVERY KIND THAT WILL WELL J?E- IAY A VISIT. COME AND SEE US. THE SH5T&ER SEWING MACHINE. !'''M' Hadersfcned nspfctfully notiJles the ' public that having been appointed awnt for the NEW IMPROVED SINGER. Ib H uoi. prepared to olfer these unrivalled now prej g AhUhh i Sow in nes on .snoh terms as cannot j fall to meet. lu' want ot everybody in need oi litis imiispcn.saiiif ajueie oi uotiscuoui furniture. Libenil discoiuit made on cash sales. To tlmse desiring it I will sell ou the instalment plan Five dollars a month. 17 cents a dav, t,les than it costs a .smoker for clears), will soon purchase j our wife a Singer. The Best Sewing Machine Ever Put Together. oiii s..iur rnchines taken in esehan-'e. Attachlnents. Xeedlos. Cotton. Oil. etc.. al- waj"? ou baud. Call and cvanune tjie Siner (Sewinglachlneand thevarietvot work it c.u, nerform at K. C. HOLDKX'S. " vent Siner Man. (Jo . . jVui.jawoi.r.Km.1,0 ., . . . -rs..i . Pllpc PllpC! PllPC; ! M- llL X J1L,rt L llKj Sure Jnre TouimI n 3".:ist 1 ?io One 'eeI Stiller! A sure Cure for P.Hnd. isieedimr, Itching ter getting warm m bed), acts as a iwultlcc, ' i ves instant relicL and is prepared only for Piles, itching ef the private parts, and for - ' nOtlling CISC. ... ... ..., , Kead what tlie linn. .i. ji. couinuurry oi . ; ....t.... ! ti.iMminiiiif 1n1fnf 'IL Ml MICH lllllliniliin; Jim livilll.lium ivi.v. ,y. .... Willlatn's Indian Ointment. Forsalebvall dniggbts or mailed ouie - 'iiiiiii nun .ri m. HEXRV JL CO., Prop's. i Cleveland, O. Hodge. Davis & Co.. AVholesale Agents, j Portland, Oregon. JJDti Sa: Ha, lt u- t-nvE-wjrrBB, ,u . srv ttIf - ;&O.OX:S Item what the Hon. .1. M. Coninburry ot --' ', ."' ."," 1 "' !. . '.'-"r. . .. ?-;,?J. : e ri Cleveland, sivs about Dr. Williams Indian ," " "." Vi ti.V iilii. ,i. IVTOTICE IS HEREBY RIVEN' THAT the iX CO.. PdoOi tnent: I have used scores of Pile Tsiwn onice, anil that jnterest on sueli S annual meeting of the stockholders or Cures. !m I it anonls me picture to say that - JlttM".1.. ,K'SL0iSr. 2dbod' ceasw ie Masonic Land and Building Association t lmvft imver found anytuing vvntcu gave """ " "" "'" :'.-.;; ot Astoria, will oe held at the otlice of Geonre &j3xEk JL 2BIatgcsaepy, 3 tSiVAaaSewij! tSUt r.SSO' TO .TWKIV & MOXTc.OMERY COK7KIt Oi-" 3SAXSAXS m THE .f . t JOB- l!fflKS JOB I "" T?J ap! "T'j "&?b fe AtlW iVpBBt WTEAM PRLNTHSTG HOUSE iKS FASTJSST A ArJ) BEST -'IIJ&SSS, ' ( is-'i We jmichau l'upeivt.'jtids. loK, xnd -fe IjO,vUest. And can therefore albnitfto me. as we OQ-Xj-ST SL'OXSSSELuSLZS DEtI03E3S. ' Cards, Envelopes, Circ'i-'ars, Bill Heads and Letter Heat's. jj THK KVKKY DAY WANTS OPJITJIK COUNTING JtOOM AND'-THE WORKSHOP AKE srjl'PLlED AT PRICKS WHICH CAN---' s NOT BUT GIVE SATISFACTION TO ALL. THE AS - LEGAL ADYERTISELENTS. Notice. BKlTLSIl i;AIJK"(.:iSLYX."C.vur, KV ans, from l.Io. Neither the Captain, nor the undersigned, consignees of the above vessel, will be responsible for any debts that may be contracted bv the crew, d lwk taVlok; vorxc & CO. Notice. NOTICK IS HF.KKKY CI VEX THAT AX annual meeting of the stockholders of the Kishcrmens Packing Company will bo hold at their office in L'pper Astoria, on tlie 2lUii dav of December. lll. at 9 o'clock A. M. I for the puriiose of electing a Itoartl of Direc- i tors for the ensuing year, and vear. ami sucu oiuer business as may come before the meeting. jiv orocr oi me rresHieni. d-tA KEX.L VOUXG, See. Notice, mm: ship -.meuwaxjei: filuksee ' JL is now dischni-jnnsr e:inro at Hrnwn & , CoSwhaif. Patties owniair said merchan- di' are hereliy notified to take their goods 1 stored at their risli and expense. :ii iv uiiTiiiHii'iTt'ii.- rtr xiir irniuiu hi iii . H01M:K1!S AlITVRIf.s: P.OD(;EKb,MEVEi:&CO. .1. u. niisiier. iveui. Astoria, Dec. ID. 1SS1. d-tf City Treasurers Notice. 7VTOTICK IS HEltEBY GlYEX THAT all ( .1K-trirrinlc nmlnNMl nrlni-ln M.ii.--!1 . - ."v:"y;1".-V""""V'-V!AT. T.i:iV.: W. E. DEMEXT. it'xtV. n'-i ,.ix- tit Treasurer. , . il'mi t - - c-TT-mTjTVTr. mTTTc i3li.lL iriiN It lAub . rtiHE BEST OUALITY, WILL BE SOLD JL by tho hundred, or by tho box, printed or plain, to suit customers, at j The Astoria office. ... II Iir. 1 iLlhl.r.lhGIliJ UllkLXUX' U1.UA ITALVfis IN Tin, Sheet Iron and Copper Ware. A Oei end Assortment of HOUSEHOLD GOODS. " Agent. f.r .Magee Stoves and Ranges The Best in the market. lMimhin" goods of all kinds on hand. Joh w'.rli done In a workmanlike mannpr. .lRI'PSTISOX STREETS, T X C i B& SvJ'&rrW-r iK-.ia ?!.?: j r ' ''' j ASTORIAK- - - THK j :m; AiNDVrYFK dfc'TJfJE ATJBSTi'STYZB8. other mnteilals of the manufaetureis 0.sl3. 23.t1;jsf- r.Uva-Ilo. the best itttlcles, wliileenargiug TORIAN, New. and Choice mjlli n:e r y, Desires to call the attention of the Ladies of Astoria to the fact that she has received a largo assortmont of the riATEjyr stylkj of Hats. Bonnets, Trimmings, i v- Trir r rirky(cz ! X- jESkJM 5. X KxK9KJl2m Comer Main and Squemoqhe Streets. - Notice. ' Masonic Land and Building Asso- -:: ii:- uiaiiuu nuuuc. . Flavcl, in AstorLi on AVednesday. the 21st of ' December, issi. at 2 o'clock T. M.. for the ' I'urpoe ot electing a board of directors for tho ensuinc year, (consistimr of seven mem- I hers) and lor the transacUoh or such other business as may come before the meeting, ! Bv order oftne Board of Directors, I d-30d 9. T. McKEAX, See. - - r.ITL' 1 ll'PVrTlCTTTnTIL'DUTAUAPPni'