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"SATURDAY August 16, 1873
, C'liurcli XoUccs,
Grace Church, (Prot. Episcopal) RoV--. T A
JIvIand Hector, Divine services every Sunday
niW, a m and 7 r m; Sunday School at 1 p m
Congregational Church, Rev A "W Tonny
Pastor. Divine services every Sunday at 10
a MandT r m; Pr&yef. Meotang every Thurs
day evening, Sunday School neets at 12 m
Post Office Xotice.
The Genral Delivery at the Astoria
Poatoiace will bo open daily, (except Sun
days), from S o'clock a. m. until 7 r, m.
On Sundays from 1 to 2 o'clock p. m.
Money Orders issued from S a. m-. to 4.
- MAILS CLOSE:
For Portland and intermediate offices,
at 5 o'clock A. m. daily.
For Skipanon, Seaside ftcfcse, and Tilla
mook, daily on arrival of the mail from
For Forts Stevens and CapcDisappoint
raenti Unity, Oysterville, and Olympia
Tuesdays and Thursday, at 7:30 a. m.
For lvnappton, Grays riven Klaskdnine,
Youngs river, Lewis and Clarke, jNeha
em valley, etc., irregular.
2rfBozeau's Small-Pox Cure.
As this most loathsome of all diseases is IK
able to break out ainoung us at any time, it is
well to bo prepared for it at all times.
Dr. Borzcau's Small-Pox Curo and Preven
tive, now prepared and kept on band at my
ofiiec, cornorlirst and Main streets, ono door
from First, is a sure curo or preventive for
that disease. The history of this medicine
can not better be explained by me than by
inserting the following somewhat condensed
letters. SAMUEL CORWIN. Pkopkiktok
S.vn Francisco, July 2, 1S72.
My dear old friend, Samuel Corwin -I have
no doubt but you will be much surprised on
receiving this letter, but, perhaps, not more so,
or more gratified, than I was to hear from
you. The manner in which I board from you,
and learned of your whereabouts, is this: 1
happened to bo looking over an Oregon news
paper and noticed your name, as Representa
tive elect, from Tillamook county. The thrill
of pleasuro which I experienced on reading, is
indi'cribablo. The many acts of kindnoss
which I received at your hands long years ago
have never been forgotten, notwithstanding
our correspondence has been broken for 17
years. Well, Sam, I won't attempt to give
you more than tho outlines of what has tran
spired with mo since wo last corresponded.
:So many incidents of tho past, in which you
and I were connected, crowd upon my mind
that 1 cannot think er write of myself. Does
your mind ever revert to tho past, when wo
nrst met how you took mo in as a partner,
when those who ought to have been my best
friends throw off on me how we got snowed
in and had to live on potatoes straight for srx
weeks how good that grizy.loy meat tasted
what a disgraceful retreat wo made from our
poor innocent Jack, when wo thought wo were
bosicged by a grizzley. Well, bam, those
ovonLs of 18-12 frequently furnish subject mat
tor for my thoughts, and, as I am writing to
you, crowd upon my mind, but 1 will dismiss
t hem for the present to give place to that which
will, perhaps, be of greater interest to you.
1 pocketed eleven thousand dollars out of tho
41 Deep Claim" you gave me in Maraposa, and
started for home in Juno, 1855. I invested
four thousand dollars in real estato in this
fity, and left it in care of McLano, ur 13
cabin mate. My property here has yielded
me a handsome income, and quadrupled in
value. 1 went into business in New York city,
in which I was very successful sold out two
years ago, sinco which time I have been trav
eling through the European countries. You
know 1 used to have a weakness for traveling;
well, it has boon gratified to my heart's con
tent. While in France I was taken with tho
small-pox. The lady of the inn told me that 1
was fortunate to take the diseasoatthat place,
as thero was an old small-pox doctor near by
who never failed to cure, no matter how bad
the disease; and suro enough, 1 began to re
cover within four hours after commencing to
take tho modlcino, and in twonty-fonr hours
1 felt quite well. I was so much elated with
the magical effects of tho medicine that I was
determined, if possible, to obtain tho formula,
in which 1 succoedod, by paying handsomely
and promising not to divulge it in Franco.
1 soe from Oregon papers that you havo tho
ui-ease among you. The enclosed package
containsjho formula and sufficient material
for family use. I havo cured all the cases
thatl havecomoin contract with, and find it
an infallible cure and preventive. When you
answer this, I will forward sufficient of tho
material to make you a fortune, as I havo am
ple, and rest assured 1 reciprocato past favors.
1 will close for tho present and await anxi
ously your answer. Diroet to San Francisco,
:us 1 will remain hero about two months.
Yours etc.. ISAAC RIeHARDSON.
"When I received this medicine, thero being
no small-pox in the State of Oregon, I sent
packaged to a number of places in California
and other States, to bo properly tested, al
though my own confidence in its virtue was
completely established by the source from
which 1 obtained it. Tho following letters
wore duly received from the parties to whonil
sent test packages of the medicine:
Sacuvmento, Cal , Dec. 27, 1S72.
Samuel Corwin, Nehalem, Orogon Dear
ir: 1 hare tho pleasuro of communicating to
you tho fact 1 had an opportunity at last of
tasting tho efficiency of your preparation for
t ho cure of small-pox. Ilr A. Keys or. a friend
of mine, was taken with tho small-nox Dec
ember 18 th. 1 learned tho fact about six
o'clock on tho evening of tho ttth, and started
immediately for tho rosidenco of Mr. K., sit
uated about fourteen miles from here, towards
Cache Crook, Yolo county. 1 got to K.'s placo
just twenty minutos beforo twelve o'clock, and
omnioncod giving the nietlieino precisely at
twelve o'clock. Continued to give tho medi
cine every hour until twelve o'clock next eve
ning, having givon twenty-nine deses: and,
without further aid, K. recovered, and is now
as well a over, without any vi4blo signs of
ever having had tho disease. All of us who
wore exposed, took of tho medicine as a pre
ventive, and 1 havo no doubt, by so doing,
were kept from gottingtho disoaso.
Yours otc. JAMES HASBIN.
F,ERxnvLF., Humboldt Co.Cal.Feb.l 187a.
Friend Corwin Your small-pox cure proved
quite a God-send to this community latoly. 1
had tho satisfaction of curing throo of our
townsmen of tho small-pox latoly, Now, I
am out of medicine, and 1 want you to send
mo about a thousand bottles, or send an agont
down hero. You would do well to havo an
agent in overy town in California. 1 am get-,
tiny up a statoment, with tho signature of the
parties knowing the facts, and will send it
.-oon. Accept our thanks, otc,
C. E. CHURCH.
No person should bo without this medicine,
a- the iieaso is now in various parts of tho
country, and may be among us any day. It is
an old aodtrw adago, that "An ouncfrof pre
rontire it 'jfoiih a jound of cure". T'ia a
wle ' tlia-wria.ki coat on a. fair day "
otc. $302 CdRWIN. Proprietor?
CLARKE, HENMfiSb & 88MC. '
This Space is RsfVod !
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Dekum's New. Building;!
. Conine. First .$nd Washington:,
FOB - ' 4
American Ex. Hotel,
Cor. Front and Washington stroets.
L. P. W. QUBlBY -v,...C. H. PERKINS.
THE PROPRIETORS WOULD RES PECT
fully inform tho traveling public, that tho
American Exchange having boon recently im
proved in all its departments, they are now
prepared to offer superior inducements to their
patrons and the public in general, at reduced
Board and Lodging Si to Sl 50 per day, ac
cording to room occupied.
Tho American Exchange coach will always
be in readiness to convoy pUSSehgers and bag
gage to and from tho Hotel, free of charge.
CHEMEKETA IIOTEL Salem, Oregon.
WESLEY GRAVES, Proprietor,
fiThe fchetipest and best Hotel in tho State.
Freo Coach to tho House.
(Koptbn tho European Plan,)
ZIEBER & HOLTON PROPRIETORS
Corner Stark and Front streets. Portland.
RTARD HOUSE H. Caz vn.vs, Proprietor.
View street, ictona. isnasii loiumoia.
EMPIRE HOUSE J. O'Brien, Proprietor.
Opposite Railroad depot and Steamboat
Landing, Kalama W. T. Tho best and cheap
est Hotel in Kalama.
G. B. COOK.
W. II. AXDRL'S.
(Kept on the European Plan,)
COOK & ANDRUS PROPRIETORS
Cornor First and Morrison steets, Portland.
ACIFIC HOTEL Sikes &QuiMr.Y, Proprs.
Main street, Olympia, W. T. Stage office.
RATLB.0AD HOUSE J. McGratii, Propr.
Good moals, clean beds, moderate prices.
Tenino, W. T., present terminus N. P. It. It.
St. Charles Hotel,
Corner Front and Morrison streets,
R. A. WHITE PROPRIETOR
Re-opened since tho Firo.
THE BEST HOTEL IN THE STATE,
nndthe only one made of brick in Portland.
Tho house is superbly furnished, and supplied
with all the modern conveniences.
THE SEASIDE HOUSE.
MR. C. H. DEXTER.Formerly of tho " Cliff
House." San Francisco, announces to his
friends and the public that ho has leased tho
new and elegant Hotel recently erocted by
Ben llolladay, Esq.,. upon tho site of tho old
Summer House, at Clatsop Beach. The house
is elegantly furnished, and possesses all mod
ern improvements. A large and spacious Din
ing Room, Billiard Room, extensive Parlors,
Bath Rooms, Rooms en suite, etc., etc., all
vrnU urrancod for tho comfort of Guests.- The
Grounds aro beautifully laid out. A half-milo
Race Track, with Shell drive; CroquetGround
Children's -Flay Urounu, bwings, etc.. otc.
Boats upon tho creek; plenty of Trout Fishing;
a splendid Stable, with Saddle Horses for
those who wish for Equestrian rides over tho
Beach; Bathing Houses, for Salt Water Bath
ingand. in fact, everything necessary for tho
Pleasure Seeker, tho Tourist or tho Invalid.
Ocean, Mountain, Forest and River Scenery,
combined, make this the finest Place of Resort
in tho World. Tho climate is otuablc nover
subject to extremes of heat or cold and one of
tho healthiest places upon tho Globe. The
Table will bo unexcelled, and tho subscriber
ledgos himself that nothing will bo left un
done for tho pleasure and comfort of his Pat
rons. Terms moderate and satisfactory.
CHARLES II. DEXTER.
(Fifteen Aliles Northwest of Astoria.)
At Unity, Baker's Bay, W. T.,
HE UNDERSIGNED HAS PURCHASED
tho above house at this favorite resort.
llaving thoroughly renovated and furnished
tho same with new material, it will bo kept in
Tho tablo will ko furnished with tho best tho
market atlbrds. Fresh Fish, Oysters and
Clams in every style. No pains will bo spared
to mako guests comfortable.
The above house is only ono and a half miles
from the Ocean Beach, whero anglers may en
joy rare sport. Boats, carrying passengers,
will ply between Unity and Astoria, connect
ing with Columbia River boats. Tri-weekly
stages will run between Unity and Shoal
water Bay. J Oil N HUXTEU, Proprietor.
A. C. WIRT,
Is prepared to entertain tho public. Horses
and Coach, with Baggage W agon and careful
driven? to convoy parties to any point,
MRS, CLOUTRIE WISHES TO INFORM
tho public that sho has completed her
largo now two-story house, wLich is hard
finished throughout, and is now prepared to
roceivc visitors at this well known rosort
VISITORS WILL FIND THE ABOVE
named Houso open for tho entortainmont
of guo.ts during tho season, as usual
J. K. Gill & Co.,
(Successors to G. A. Stool i Co.,)
"WHOLESALTi AND RETAIL DEALERS IN
BOOKS AND STATIONERY,
No. 73 First street, hot Washington and Stark
AN BROTHERS Alan ufacturr3 of Vips,
Brooms and Brushes.' Frost- t.-bt Uak
a'ad I'inc, Opposite the old huhi, 1'ortla'n'd.- -"5"
Urooni Com'.Tructed. "" i'Jtf
"W. Jackson & Co,?
Front Street, Portland,
Ihiporters and Wholesale Dealers in
Plated Ware, Wooden Ware,
Coal Oil, Furnishings,
And also Agents for Perkins k Houso's Patent
Metallic Kerosehe or Coal Oil
tfsT Our stock having been selected and ship
ped direct to us from manufacturers In tho
East and Europe, wo are prepared to soil to
tho trade at such rates as we think will induce
trade. aul2 tf
Manufactured by Lazarus Sc Morris,
NEW METHOD OF FITTING GLASS
es to tho eve of any nerson who cannot.
sparo tho time to como and select for them
selves. Any rorson who will send us a copy
for sample of tho smallest sized type that they
can read at an ordinary distance, can bo fitted
to glasses that will suit tho eye.
L. C. HENRICHSEN, & Co., Solo Agents,
109 First street, Portland. au7
Allen & Lewis,
Shipping and Commission
Merchants, and Wholosalo Dealers.
18, 20 and 22 North Front st., Portland Oregon
San Francisco effice:
Cornor of California and Front Streets.
Henry James Gate.
Laidlaw & Gate,
Importers and Commission Merchants,
23 Front Street, Portland. Oregon.
BEDFEBN, ALEXANDER & Co.
S. Gr. Skidmore
Druggist and Apothecary,
Has Removed to his
NEW AND ELEGANT STORE,
111 First St., noxt to L. C. Ilenrichsen's,
Portland, Orogon. au7
Claims on the F. S.?
AND ON ANY STATE.
LL KINDS OF MILITARY, NAVAL
, and Indian Claims. Modoc "War vouchers,
collected by the undersigned. Money advanc
ed on tho awards of tho Auditors,
K1 Persons having business with Depart
ments at Washington, and with any State, will
please apply to C. M. CARTER,
Attorney for Claimants,
au7tf Portland, Oregon.
Cornor Third and Salmon Streots,
PORTLAND. ----- OREGON.
UPRIGHT PIANOS MADE TO ORDER.
03Pianos and 0rgan3 Repaired and Tuned.
ALL WORK GUAR VNTEEP.
OREGON BOOT AND SHOE STORE!
S. M. RARR, J. C. KINGSLEV.
B A R R & K I ST G S L E Y,
PRINCIPAL RETAILERS OF THE STA
plo brands of Eastern, California and Oro
gon Boots and Shoes, No. 185 First street cor
ner Yamhill, Portland Oregon.
BSf- With our long oxperienco and small ex
pense wo are enabled to sell cheaper than any
other house in the city of Portland. As tho
proverb goes SI 00 saved is $2 00 made: Call
and see and give us your trade.
BARK & KINGSLEY.
F. OPITZ, Proprietor,
First Street, near Yine, Portland, Oregon
MANUFACTURFi all kinds of Fancy Bis
cuits, Crackers, Pilot, Ship and aval
iJread. Orders addressed as above promptly
attended to, aul4 tf
Corner of Yamhill and First streets,
Grocories ' rocenea
Groceries 'GROCERIES Grocories
WHOLESALE OR BETAIL.
i?: h At sthnk.of. STABLES a'ndTEA
w- ' - -------Tt-z,rti-iJ- ". -
.AlljgoodSMwarranted. M .- 51
LEGAL NOTICES, - p
"Whereas, "Under the Act of tho L;
lative asbcmhly of the State ofOmjCh
entitled 4t an Act to protect litisanta," ap
proved October 24th, 1870. "The Tki
Weekly Astokiax, a newspaper puft
lkhed at Astoria Clatsop County OrcgoiV
has been designated to publish thG legal
and judicial advertisements for the county
of Clatsop in the State of Oregon.
"Whereas, The proprietor of said Tr
"Weekly Astoriax has filed "with tha
County Clerk of said county of Clatsop
written stipulations accepting. th& condi
tions of said Act, together with a bondl
approved as the law directs, -with a proper
return and notice thereof to this office, ac
cording to law.
Ko"w, therefore, the said Tei-Weeks?
Astorian is hereby proclaimed to be ap
pointed and confirmed as the medium
through which all legal and judicial ad
vertisements for the County of Clatsop m'
the State of Oregon shall be published
for the period authorized by law.
In testimony whereof I have hereunto eci
my hand and caused the seal of the State o
Oregon to be affixed, at the Executive
office in the city of Salem this twenjy
fourth day of July a. d. 1873.
By tin Governor,
L. F. GRO VEK.
S. F. Chad wick,
Secrot.iry of State
Writ of Special Election.
To the Sheriffs of the several Counttes
within the State of Oregen:
"Whereas. At a general election hold on tfoe
third day of June, a. d., 1872, tho Hon. JosEr-h
S. Wilson was duly elected Representative of
the Stato of Oregon in tho Forty-third Congro
of tho United States; and
Whereas, Sinco the said election, said offioo
has becoino vacant by tho death of said incun
Whereas, By provision of tho Constitution
of tho United States, and the laws of this State,
it has become the duty of tho Governor there
of to issue his writ of election to fill such v&- '
Now, thoroforo, 1. L. F. Grover, Governor
of tho State of Orogon, do hereby command
you and each of you to notify tho several
Judges of Election within and for your soveroji
counties, to hold a special election of Repre
sentative in Congress to fill the vacancy afore
said, on Monday, tho (13) thirteenth day of
October, 1573, and that you cause all proper
notices to bo given thereof accarding to laft-
Given under my hand and tho soal of tlio
Stato of Oregon, at Saloin, this tenth day of
July, a. d. 1S73.
II.. S.J L. h tillOVEK.
Attest: S. F. Chadwick.
Secrotary of Stato Ortfgoa.
IN THE COUNTY COURT of THE STATE
of Oregon, for tho County of Clatsop, July
7th, 187'i. In the uiatter of the estato of Mils
L. Callondor deceased. It appearing to tho
Court, upon tho petition of Philo Callonde,
administrator of said ostate, pray ing for an o
der to sell tho real estato of said deceased that
it is nccossary that said real estato bo sold to
pay tho oxpenses of administration and claims
against tho estate; it is ordered, that all per
sons interested in said estate bo cited to appear
before this Court, on Monday, September lEi,
1873. at tho Court-houso in Astoria, Clatsop,
county, Orogon, to show causo, if any thero be
why licenso should not bo granted to tho said
administrator, to sell said real estate, describ
ed as follows, to-wit: Part of sections No. 4, 3,
8 and 5t of township 7, north rango 10 west,
situato in said county of Clatsop, containing
:20 acres, and that notice of said application
bo published in tho Tri-Woekly Astorian. for
four successive wooks, beforo said 1st day of
Septombor, 1873. J. W. MOFFITT,
j21:4th County Judpro.
IN THE C1RCURT COURT OF TnE STATE
of Orogon for tho county of Clatsop.
Casseo 0. Anderson, Plan tiff, vs. Lewis V
Anderson, Defendant: To Lewis P. Anderson
tho defendant, In tho name of tho Stato oT
Orogen: You aro hereby roquired to aj
Svror thp complaint fded against you in tbo
above entitled suit, at tho first term of sajd
Court to bo held at Astoria in and for said
County and Stato noxt after six woeks from tbo
dato of this Publication. And if you fail so to
answer, tho plaintiff will apply to tho Court
for the relief demanded therein, which w- a
Dissolution of the marriago contract with ytfev.
By order of tho Court. WM . L. McEWAX
Atty. for PlaintifL
Dated July 2-th. 1S73. j&J Htt.
THE TAX PAYERS of CLATSOP COU.N
ty Oregon, will take notico that on the test
Monday in August, tho Board of Equalization,
will attend at the oflico of tho County Clerk cX
Clatsop county and publicly oxamino tho As
sessment rolls, and correct all errors in Yalwv
tion, description or qualities of lands, or otbr
property. AW M. CHANCE, Auoifoj.
Astoria August 2, 1873. auS'dvr'
No. 1 North-Front Street, Portland.
DEALER IN WINES AND LIQUOR? AND
Manufacturer of Syrups, Cordials, Bitters,
etc., otc. Solo agont for John Welhind's PhiW'
adelphia Brewery, San Francisco. Beer by
the keg or bottle.
Goods delivered to any part of tho State;'
CENTRAL MARKET, Stalls No. 37 and 2
JOHNSON & SPATJLDING, .
Dealers in all kinds of FRESH MEATS. Mid'
packers of Beef and Pork. Tho highest j)ric
paid for all kinds of fat stock. j 2ttf '
ORTLAND BOX FACTORY North Xrooi
street, Portland, Oregon.
Boxes of every description constantly onbAd,
and in ado to order. Orders addressed to JoHn
Harlow, corner of First and E streets,1' will
moet with prompt attention. jSPtf -
9o Front and 9t First Street
13. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEXtKBj,'
in Stovos, Shoet-iron, Tin-plato, eto. PlnmbVj:
ing and Gas fitting cheaper than any o&
hottso in town.
HILI3 PATENT IMPROVED SBRIlf.G
Stamp, for stamping Linen and 1000 o&r
articles. A silver-plated stamp of fin tSKi
and perfect construction, with bottle of tx&,
indelible Ink, ink Pad, and throe ente-JuP
phabets, enclosed in a. neat box, with fell rf
8tructions, sent prupaid for only SI 36. 5HW
best thing fprtno price ever invented. A
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