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k giutg gstorfim. ASTORIA. OREGON: FRIDAY. JANUARY 25. 1S8J. The secretary 'of tho interiorhas given the O. K. & N. Co. permission to cross tho Coenr d'Alene reservation, and one thousand men Trill bo at work next week. Tee now tariffbill which passed tho sonato by tho close vote of 32 to 30, last Tuesday, puts tho tariff on tin plato 70 per cent It is and has been 3a Whew! ! TnE members of the legislature of Minnesota have unanimously voted to return the passes sent them by the various railroad companies. There are other legislatures in session the members of which ought to follow their example. A new British Columbia road is the Vancouver fc Fraser Valley. It is projected to run from Nooksaek, W. T., northwest into British Colum bia, passing through Langburg, Sur rey, the Delta and Richmond, and crossing tho Frazer river a short dis tance below Ladnor's landing. The Seattle, Lake Sbore and East ern road is now built sixty miles east from Seattle and forty miles west from Spokane Falls. A stop ha3 been made for more funds. It is oxpected that with tho backing of tho O. B. &N. Co., the Seattle road will bo enabled to go ahead and complete a transconti nental line through some pass of the Cascade mountains. The Edmunds resolution differs from tho Monroe declaration of 1823 to tho extent of being more positive and aggressive. In the former in stance there was merely a sort of gen eral protest against possible Euro pean interference with any American nationality, whereas in the present case a certain contemplated proceed ing is objected to in a form which implies a purpose of direct resistanoe, if such a stop shall become necessary, to prevent tho consummation of the scheme. LEGISLATIVE PROCEEDINGS. In The Senate and IIon.Hr. SENATE. Salem, Jan. 23. Rev. Mr. Brown, of Salem, prayed at the opening of the morning session of the senate. BESoiitmoNS. By Wager Appointing G. M. Smith assistant doorkeeper of the senate; referred to tho committee on military affairs. By Fallerton Requesting the state superintendent of public instrnotion to furnish the senate the names of the county superintendents who voted for tho recent changes in text boeks: adopted. BILLS riBST LEADING. By Veach To authorize the assess ment and collection of road taxes and the election of road supervisors and prescribing their duties. By Cauthorn To appropriate money and to purchase land to aid the state Agricultural college, and to defray the expenses of the current litigation with the Methodist church south. By Dawson To amend the act cre ating the 6tate board of railroad com missioners. By Gray Instructing tho secretary of state to credit Clatsop county with $3,C00 now on the books as delinquent taxes. ByLooney To prevent the adul teration of food, drugs and drink. By Barin To aulhoriz-j the col lection of road taxes and the election of road supervisors. By Fullerton To appoint tbe time and place of holding the supreme court. By Cogswell Appropriating money for the relief of Lake county. By Dawson Making it the duty of sheriffs to make financial statements with county treasurers every thirty days. By Chandler To adjust and relo cate the boundary line between Union and Baker counties, and to attacha portion of Union county to Baker. By Wager To more fully seour tho independence of electors and the secrecy of the ballot. By Fullerton To authorize the stat e treasurer to pay to Douglas county money known as the North Umpqua bridge fund. By Gray Providing for the ap pointment of a boatman at Astoria, at a salary of $500 a year. By Mackay Allowingconnty courts to raise a road fund by levying an an nual tax not to exceed 5 mills on the ollar. By Tongue Authorizing district attorney to appoint a deputy at a sal ary of S5 a day. By Wait To protect hotel keepers, inn keepers and boarding house Keepers. By Tongue Making it a misde meanor for any person to throw the carcass of an animal into a brook or stream. By Hilton To provide for the per manent location of the county seat of Gilliam county by a special election. By Mackay To authorize the con struotion of a bridge across the Wil lamette river nt Portland. By Veatch Making the legal rate of interest in Oregon 6 per cent, per annum. By Dawson Requiring civil suits to be brought in the county where the defeudant may reside or may be found at the time of the institution of the suit. By Fullerton To amend th aot incorporating the eity of Roasbnrg. By Cauthorn To encourage tree planting in the public schools, and making the last Friday in April, Ar bor day. By Eakin To authonzo the opera tion and construction of the Siuslaw & Eastern railway By Fullerton To change the mode of taxing costs. By Cogswell To quiet title to cer tain lands in the Btate. By Norval Redisricting the state into senatorial and representative dis tricts. By Veatch To regulate the trans portation of railroad freights. By Dawson To attach judgments. By Cogswell To create the county of Hamilton out of tho northern part of Grant county. By Dawson Making it a misde meanor for any one to have Mongo lian pheasants in his possession be tween January 1 and July 15. By Chandler Providing for the killing of stock infected with disease. By Fullerton Fixing the bounty on scalps of wild animals. By Looney Making it a misde meanor for any person to ask to be put on a jury, or for any sheriff or constable to put such a person on a jury. APTERXOOX SESSION. A bill was introduced by Bariu, re quiring suits in equity to be begun and tried in the oonnty where tho subject of the suit or some part thereof is situated. BILL3 SECOND RKADINO. By Watts To authorize the con struction of n bridge across the Wil lamette river between Marion and Yamhill counties; read tho third time, and passed. By Watts Authorizing William Bull to construct a boom on the north Yamhill river; committee on corporations. By Moore Making it a misde meanor for any person not to leave the premises of another when or dered to do so; judiciary committee. By Moore Making an illegitimate child the heirof its mother; judiciary committee. By Hilton Requiring inspectors of sheep to certify that the same are free from disease; committee on agricul ture. By Cogswell To construct a wagon road from Paisley to the southern boundary of the state, near Klamath river; committee on commerce. By Hilton Making it unlawful for any person or corporation to herd stock near the grades of roads, so ns to endanger the Bame by rolling stones; committee on roads and high ways. By Irvine To protect oontraotora, sub-oontraotors and laborers in their claims aganst railroad companies, corporations or sub-contractors; cor porations committee. By Cogswell To auttiorize C. S. and R. S. Moore to construot n boom on Link river; corporations commit tee. By Hamilton For the improve ment of the wagon road from Hepp ner to Monument; committee on coun ties. By Sinclair To authorize Coos county to maintain certain bridges; committee on roads and highways. ENGROSSED BILLS. By Chandler Repealing that por tion of the act providing for the col lection of taxes which refers to Ba ker county; referred to committee on counties, with instructions to .amend, so that it will not be applicable to the present clerk. COMMOXIOATIONS. From state superintendent of pub lic instruction McEIroy, submitting the list of county superintendents. Fullerton called for the reading of a resolution requesting the superin tendent to furnish the names of coun ty superintendents who voted in fa vor of the recent change in text books. He then said the desired in formation had not been furnished, and the resolution was returned to Snpt. McEIroy. MEMORIALS. By Irvine S. J. M. No. 5 Asking congress to pension the veterans of tho Indian wars between 1317-57 the snme as Mexican veterans; ordered printed. By Hilton S. J. M. No. G-Meino-rializing congress to declare forfeited the Northern Paoifie land grant be tween Wallula and Portland; ordered printed. Reports were read from several committees, reoommending engross ing. BBFOBT3. From the judiciary committee Recommending the passage of Daw son's bill making deeds signed by grantors legal; ordered engrossed. From the judiciary committee Recommending the passage of Tongue's bill relating to descent and distribution of real property of de ceased persons; ordered engrossed. From the same Recommending the passage of Tongue's bill requir ing a married woman who voluntarily makes a deed with her husband to ac knowledge that it is made without compulsion; ordered engrossed. From the election committee Rec ommending the passage of Cogswell's bill requiring the secretary of state to make an abstract of votes; ordered engrossed. From the committee on counties Recommending that the bills of Ea kin and Cogswell, providing for the nolding of terms of toe county court. be merged and passed; ordered en grossed. From the military oommittee That H. J. M. No. 3, petitioning con gress to letire Sergeant Robert Will iams, of Vancouver, on 75 per cent pay, has been properly engrossed, and reoommending its passage; plaoed on the calendar. From the committee on commerce Recommending the passago of Ha ley's bill providing for the building of a wagon road from Pendleton to Canyon City; engrossed. t From the agricultural committee' Recommending the passage of Dim iok's bill to extirpate the Cauada thistle; engrossed. Adjourned. ' " HOUSE. Saliji, Jan. 23. Services in the honia this morning waro opaoad with prayer by Rev. Frederick H. PoBt, Episcopal minister of this city. After the reading of the journal the nouse proceeded to tue consideration of HOUSE BILLS OH SECOND HHA.D1XJ. Hunter's bill to provide for the im provement of Wallowa canvon wacan road; referred to the committee on commerce. Earhart's bill to amend an act re lating to the incorporation of the citv of Portland, authorizing the issuing of bonds to the amount of S1.500.CRX) tor tue purpose of bringing Bull Vun water into the city; referred to the Multnomah comity delegation. Strowbridge'a bill for the preven tion of enticing or harboring seamen, and the prohibiting the payment of blood-money; referred to the com mittee on commerce. Roe's bill to amend an act relating to the incorporation of the city of La Grande; referred to the committee on judiciary Pope's bill to regulate the practice of medicine. Roberts' bill to establish the office of state examiner of stationary and portable engines; referred to the committee on internal improve ments. Ladd's bill to provide for a harbor master at the ports of Portland and Astoria; referred to the committee on commerce. Northup's bill to amend Hill's code relating to pilotage on the Columbia and Willamette rivers: referred to the committee on commerce. AFTEBXOoW SESSIOX. The speaker announced the ap pointment of a special committee to consider the bill to regulate the prao tico of medicine and surgery in this state, consisting ol Pope, Uoodnough and Belknap. G. M. Smith, of Umatilla county, was appointed assistant doorkeeper. McCoy submitted a joint memorial asking congress to reduce the price of publio lands between Umatilla and Portland to $l.2o an acre; referred to committee on commerce. A message was received from the senate announcing the passage of Watt's bill authorizing the construc tion of a bridge between Marion and Yamhill counties; read first time. ureer s Din to repeal tne act re lating to vagrants, was referred to judioiary committee. Hume's bill to amend the code re lating to the punishment for stealing stock; ordered engrossed and passed to third reading. Gilbert's bill to confer certain pow ers upon benevolent and charitable institutions; committee on judioiary. Condon's bill to amend Hill's code. rolative to taxing costs; committee on judiciary. Bill of Miller, of Jackson, to amend Hill s code relating to the game laws; referred to committee on judioiary. Layman's bill to regulate the nale of spirituous or malt liquors; com mittee on nlchoholio traffic. Jenning's bill to amend Hill's oode relating to interest and usury; re ferred to committee on assessment and taxation. Waldo's bill repealing the section of Hill's code which punishes the re ceiver of a bribe for his vote; referred to committee on elections. Cook's bill to provide for the con struction of a wagon road in Curry county; committee on ways and means. Hume's bill to regulate the heating of steam passenger cars; committee on railways. Price's bill to authorize the Tolo Milling company to construct a boom; committee on corporations. Speaker Smith's bill to provide for constructing and operating a portage railway between The Dalles and Ce lilo, and the upper and lower Cas cades; committee on commerce. Earhart's bill to provide for the purchase and distribution of the four teenth and fifteenth volumes of Ore gon supreme court reports and laws of Oregon; considered engrosred and ordered to third reading. Blundell's bill to establish a state weather service; committee on agri culture. Harrington's bill to amend section 1548, chapter 31, title 1, of criminal procedure, Hill's code, Refining mag istrates; ordered engrossed and passed to third reading. Harrington's bill to amend section 968, chapter 12, title 3, of Hill's code, relating to jurors; ordered engrossed and passed to third reading. Moss's bill to incorporate the town of Lakeview; committee on corpora tions. Adjourned. NEW TO-DAY. Notice To Carpenters. TTOE CARPENTERS OP ASTORIA ARE - requested to meet ac uescue uiqd nan, on the evening of Friday. February 1st, at 7 :30 o'clock, to discuss an important Ques tion. U. S. Government Auction Sale. Tuesday, Jan7"29, 11 A. M. At Capt. J. C. Hustler's Wharf. Instructed by dipt. U. Sebree. I will sell fr Pllltlll. unntlnn .n.hA hl.ti ... V.I..,. a cash In hand on day ol sale, the following described public property no longer re qul! ed lor Light House purposes ; ,tLotl,. Yellow mtarn.ills, &e, (about .T2 yt' "" -wJLie, muuui iii.uuo ma i ami , Sails. &c (about l,37(Ubs.) LM 4, Cast Iron, (about 3 4W lbs.) Lot 5, Wnmi&t Iron, (about 3.300 lbs.) Lot 6, Pipe. &c, (about 650 lbs. Lot J. Life Preservers, (cork), (about wu oxji. , nmpiy o-gaii. mineral on c,ins. (about Nto . Lot 10, Empty lard oIlH calls.) Lot 12, Circulating pump. Lot 12, ileum uuucjt. uui i, w uaic ooai. iJt w. Row boat E. a HOLUEN. Auctioneer. a, B. Tne property lsovr landed at Capt. Illl.ttlAr'a Wanthntita rff ar Kin ATmln4 by Intending bidders. To Trespassing Hunters. I HEREBY GIVE NOTICE THAT I WILL allow no hunting In front of my dike r on my tide land on my plaesat Young's river, adjoining J. O. Nurnburg's property. Kences and dikes must not be tampered with or destroyed. All trespassers will be prosecuted to the lull extent of the law. : " KREDJCRQ3KL. Sheriff's Notice. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE delinquent tax-list of school district o. 1, Is now In my hands for collection. Those Interested will please take notice and save further costs by making Immediate set HS! . B.A.8MIDT. lwtor. J 1889. City ook - VARIETY GOOBS, WHOLESALE AND BETAIL. We Carry tie Largest She. on the Columbia River. PIANOS and ORGANS. Musical Goods of All Kinds. Griffin W JBLXaXaK WHOLESALE AND BITATL DEALER IN Groceries, Provisions and Mill Feed, Crockery, Glass g Plated Ware. a Tht Largest and finest assortment of Fresh Fruits and "STegetables. Received fresh eTerj Steamer. v Watchrnaker Jeweler. 5 A FOR 8ALE. C1MERY MICHINERY! o ALL IN FIBT-CLAS8 ORDER. In use one season. 1 Horizontal 8(rani Enatnc. CSxlO cylinder.) 1 Cameron Pomp, No. 1, 1 Large Soldering llatblne, 1 rm ill 120 Large Coalers, perfect order. 1 Wet Crimper, 2 pr, Hqunre ! hears, 1 Tin Former. 1 "BU" I'resi . Apply to ELMORE, SANBOItX 3c CO. Theo. Bracket "Wholesale aad Retail Dealer In CIGARS, TOBACCO, MEERSCHAUM. Wood aid Olaj Pipes, Plajinj Oards, OUTLKRV AND NOTIONS. Tills being a branch of tho Mcxenfeld, Mm lth Cotupuuy, Importers and Whole Rale Dealer In Portland. I can sell to the Trade and other euitomers at Portland and San rranclsco rates. Seaside Bakery. BesitlUllU Bread and CAKES OF ALL KINDS, Manufacturers of Fine Candles. AND Ornamental Confectionery And Ice Creams. Wholesale and Retail Dealer la Candles. JOHNBOX, BBOa. CANDY Uanufactured and For Sale at Wholesale Prices, at The Oregon Bakery A. A. CLEYELAMD, Propr. Gooi Breai, Cate aii Pastry None but the Best Materials Used. Satisfaction Guaranteed Customers Bread delivered In any part of the ttty. Van Onsen & Go. DEALERS IK Hardware and Ship Chandlery, Pure Oil, Bright Varnish, Binacle 0i!.. Cotton Canvas, Hamp Sail Twine, Cotton Sail Twine. Lard Oil, Wrought Iron Spikes, Galvanized Cut Nails. Agricultural Implement. Sowlag Hachlnes, Faints, OHi, AND - -THE- DIAMOND PALACE! QDSTAT HANSEN, rrop'r. A Large and Well Selected Stoek of Fine Diamonftsf Jewelry At Extremely Low Trices. All Ooedi Boagat at This EsUbllthmtnt Warranted Genuine). Wnteh and Clock Repairing A SPECIALTY. Corner Cass and Squemoqna Streets. JOHN A. MONTGOMERY Has a First Class STOCfc. J. C. CLINTON DEALhK IN- CIGARS AND TOBACCO, FRUITS. MUTS. Caudle.i. Smokers' Articles, Etc New Goods P.ecvived Dally. Uppooit Cliy HooU. Nturf. CO TO Thn & Rosg And set soma of thoua No. On California Canned Fruits AND VEGETABLES. We Are Selling Cheap For Sale Seaside Lots. CHOICE LOTS IN MUl.KEY'S ADDI tion to Ocean Grove for sle upon rea sonaMeUrins. Now Is the time to buy be fore the boom. Apply to GEO. NOLAND. Or C. R. Thomson. Net Floats IN LOTS TO SUIT AND OF THE BEST QTJALITT, At WILSON & FISHER'S To Canners. Jensen's Patented Can Capping -Machine. Will Cap and Crimp 05 CASS psr JOsnTE. It hasproved to Heducethe Leakage more than B0 per cent..l?ss than hand capped. Price, S600. Orders complied with by The Jeuea Oiui-Fillis; liuJuss Go. THE NEW YORK Flavel's New Opposite Occfdent Hotel, Ur " Next Door 2E2 Strike BO BCrYOOK Groceries Provisions -OF- oard & Stokes Their largely Increasing trade enables them to sell at the very lowest marxln of profit while Riving you tioods that are of Drst class quality. Goods Delivered All Over the City. The Highest Price Paid for Junk. Good as ie Best Low as t ItRicSi! BARBOUR' tfJJDS CE GBAND PHIX PABIS 18T8, xim OBAND CBOSS OP THE LEGION D'HONNBUB. They received the ONLY GOLD MEDAL For FLAX THREADS at tho London Fisheries And have been awarded HIGHEK PRIZES at the various INTERNATIONAL EXPOSITIONS, Than the goods of any other IN THE WOBLD. Quality Can &l,zrays be Depended on. Experiencea Mermen Use no Other. HENRY DOYLE & CO., 5 1 7 and 51 9 Market Street, SAN FRANCISCO. AGENTS FOR PACIFIC COAST. WOOD-BERRY SEINE TWINE. ROPE and NET' TING Constantly on Hand. TRAPS furnished to order at NOVELTY STORE, Bricls Building, - ASTORIA, OREGON! to Postoffice, he Lowe :elo f. packkb. CARL A. HANSON Parker & Hanson SUCCESSORS TO C. L. PARKER, DEALERS IN CEMERAL MERCHANDISE New Goods Arriving Every Steamer THIS WEEK. The Old Stand Astoria Orecon. 5,000 Yards IM Flax Threads HAVE NO EQUAL ! tiwnfc Exhibition 1883. SEINES, POUNDS nd Lowest Factory Prices.