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SATURDAY Oct. 11, 1S73
Adopted ix the State Convention,
Axi3ANy, Sept. 11, 1S73.
1. That we look with prido and satisfaction
upon the peaceful an'd prosperous condition of
our country as tho natural result of the appli
cation of the principles controlling theJKepub
lican party to tho administration of .National
atfairs; and that wo reaffirm tho principles of
the party as heretofore enunciated in its Con
vention", and declare that their practical en
forcement is essential to tho welfare of the
country, and the maintenance of the rights and
liberties of tho people.
2. That the Chief Executive of the Nation
has our unabated and unqualified confidence,
in his integrity, ability, and enlightened patri
otism, in tho administration of tho duties of
his high office.
tf. That wo point tho discordant and chaotic
political elements which oppose thcKcpublicaji
3arty to-day, to the grand advances made by
our Government in its political standing, finan
cial credit, commercial importance, and tho
material development of tho resources of the
whole country, as the direct, natural and inev
itable result of tho enlightened policy and
principles of tho Republican party.
4. That wo denounce the recent Act of Con
prcs known as tho Back Pay Rill, and the vot
ing for, or receiving increased pay for services
5. That wo denounce all Credit Mobilier
transactions, whatever their form, and we
heartily approve of tho action of the late Con
gress in exposing and punishing official cor
ruption. 0. That we favor retrenchment and reform
and rigid economy in tho expenditure of the
public money in the State and National ad
ministration, and the reduction of taxation as
rapidly as consistent with good government
and the maintenance of tho public credit.
7. That wo cordially welcome to our shores
the oppressed of all countries, and remember
ing that our adopted fellow citizens have al
ways proved loyal to tho flag of the Republic,
we demand for them the fullest protection of
the laws, and favor increased facilities for nat
uralisation; bin we condemn thecoolio trade,
and all forms of involuntary servitude, and
affirm that the safety and perpetuity of free
institutions demand more stringent laws to
prevent such traffic.
S. That tho interests of this State demand,
and its commercial relations with the other
States of tho Union, both present and prospec
tive, will warrant, a liberal expenditure on tho
part of our National Government in the im
provement of our harbors and river channels,
and it is true policy of our people that they
should bo so represented in Congress as shall
tho most effectually accomplish this result.
!. That the true economy of the management
of the public lands of the United States, as well
as the settlement of our vast domain and the
development of its resources, demand liberal
grants of public land to aid in tho construction
of railroads and other public works, with such
limitations and restrictions as will secure their
ultimato sale to actual settlers.
1'). That wo arc in favor of Congressional
grants of tho Public lands to aid in the con
traction of a railroad from Portland, Oregon,
to 'oiiio point of junction with the Central or
Union Pacific Railroads in Salt Lake valley;
of a railroad from tho Rogue River valley to A
junction with the Contral Pacific in the Hum
boldt valley, and tho extension of the Oregon
and California Railroad to connect with tho
California and Oregon railroad, tho completion
of tho Oregon Central Railroad to Astoria;
to aid in the building a canal and locks around
the Cascades and Dalles of tho Columbia river
and that wo are in favor of an appropriation
by Congress for tho survey and examination
11. That tho intorosts of commerce demand
the constrction of a breakwater at Port Orford
in this State, and an appropriation by Congress
for that purpose,
12. That tho protection of tho commerce of
the Columbia river demands the placing of a
steam revenue cuttor, with all necessary appli
ances, at tho mouth of said river.
1 . That the producirg, commercial and in
dustrial interests of tho country should have
tho best and cheapest modes of transportation
i posible; and while capital invested in such
means of transit should have a reasonable re
muneration, these interests should be fully pro
tected, and tho facilities for transportation
should bo adjusted, so far sis possible, to the
want3 of ovory part of the State, with no un
just discrimination as to any section, person or
class; and that as capital and labor arc insep
arably connected, and mutually dependant.the
resource5 of tho Stato will bo best developed,
and tee best interests of all classes promoted,
bv mutual concessions and accommodations
between the producer and the carrier.
11. That wo are opposed to tho setting apart
of tho illowa valley for an Indian reserva
tion, and the candidate of this convention is
hereby pledged to use his inlluonco to securo
to white settlers tho lands in said v.alley ; that
the Modoc murderers of eituons on Lost rive
and Tulo lake, in November hist, should at
once be delivered to the civil authorities of
this Stato, so that they may bo dealt with ac
cording to law; that wo aro in favor of a hu
mane pence policy towards peaceable Indians,
but that full and complete protection should
at all times bo given to settlers on our frontier,
against tho degradations of hostile and refrac
Special Eljction, Monday October 13, 1S7J.
For Representative in Congress,
Of Linn County. slO
stallisli6 Twenty-two Years.
)S. J. McCormiek,
Franklin Book Store !
BOOIvSELLEli AND STAJIONEE,
19 First Street, Portland, Oregon.
Constantly pn Hand, a fuH.-Stpok of
And Staple Stationery.
J.K. Gill & Go.,
' , j. (Successors to G, A. Stool &.Co.,) -B1PORTEES:-
.WHOLESJLLK '&$) EETA'li iEj&EES I2C
: BOOKS AND STATIONERY. .
,Ko. 75 Fir't ftroot, bat, "Wsh'in? and Stark
POKTLMND, 0KEUV)5;" '
CLARKE, HENDERSON & COOK.
Thi Space is Reserved!
Dekum's New Building!
Corner First and "Washington,
SlOO GO REWARD.
ho undersigned will pay $100 00 reward to
any person who will mako known and
convict the person who-set his Salmon House
Astoria. Sept. 12th 1873
E. MIL WAIN,
93 Front and W First Street,
3L. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER
in Stoves, Sheet-iron, Tin-plate, etc. Plumb
ing and Uas fitting cheaper than any other
house in town.
No. 1 North-Front Street, Portland.
BEALER IN WINES AND LIQUORS AND
Manufacturer of Syrups, Cordials, Bitters,
etc., etc. Solo agent for John Welland's Phil
adelphia Brewery, San Francisco. Beer by
tho keg or bottle.
Goods delivered to any part of tho City.
PORTLAND BOX FACTORY-North Front
street, Portland, Oregon.
Boxes of every description constantly on hand, 1
and mado to order. Orders addressed to John i
Harlow, corner of First and E streets, will
moot with prompt attention.
Canon Creek Laundry
Jefferson street, Portland,
WORK OF EVERY KIND dono to order
and satisfaction guaranteed. Linen, etc
from a distance neatly returned through mes
sengers on tho various steamers of tho Coltim
bia river, sl(
P. OPITZ, Proprietor,
Eirst Street, near Vine, Portland, Oregon
MANUFACTURE all kinds of Fancy Bis
cuits, Crackers. Pilot. Shin and Naval
j Bread. Orders addressed as above promptly
ilLLC'IlUUU IU, UUl-i u
Henry James Gate.
Laidlaw & Grate
Importers and Commission Alerchants,
23 Front Street, Portland. Oregon.
REDFERN, ALEXANDER & Co.
Oregon Steam S2av. Go.
sferfffiK jx TnE ABOVE LINE
-T7-ILL LEAVE ASTORIA for Portland,
l T three times a week as follows, until fur
Tuesdays, Thursdaj's and Saturdays,
at 0 o'clock a. m. returning on altornato days.
J. C. A1XSWORTH, President.
J. Kraemer & Co.?
Importers of and
."Wholesale Dealers in.
BOOTS AND SHOES,
47 Front Street, Portland, Oregon.
OFFER TO THE TRADE FULL LINES
of Mens', Boys', and Youths' French Calf
and Kip Root-'; Ladies', Misses and Childrens
Shoes of all grades, and also a full lino of
Slippers. aull tf
Corner of Yamhill and Eirst streets,
Groceries Groceries '
Groceries Grocerios ,
Groceries GROCERIES Groceries
WHOLESALE OR RETAIL.
Jfcar-Tho .boct ftoclf.of -STAPLES "and TEA
;Ja Orejjtfn. .'.All gpofo ,flrra;iod.
-American Ex. Hotel,
Cor. Front and "Washington streets.
L. P. W. QUIMI3Y C. H. PERKINS.
THE PROPRIETORS WOULD RESPECT
fully inform the traveling public, that tho
American Exchango having been 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, $1 to $1 50 per day, ac
cording to room occupied.
The American Exchango coach will always
be in readiness to convey passengers and bag
gage to and from the Hotel, free of charge.
RIARD HOUSE. H. C.vz viux, Proprietor.
Yiow street, Yictoria, British Columbia.
CHEMEKETA IIOTEL-Salkm, Orkgox.
WESLEY GRAVES, Puovkiktor,
itSTThe cheapest and best Hotel in tho State.
Free Coach to the House.
Oosmopo! itan Hotel,
(Kept on tho European Plan,)
ZIEBER & HOLTON PROPRIETORS
Corner Stark and Front streets, Portland.
o. ii. cook. w. ii. Aximus.
(Kept on the European Plan,)
COOK & ANDRUS PROPRIETORS
Corner First and Morrison stects, Portland.
"RTUIPIRE HOUSE J. O'Brikx, Proprietor.
JL Opposito Railroad depot and Steamboat
Landing, Kalama W. T. The best and cheap
est Hotel in Kalama.
ACIFIC HOTEL Sikks AQuimby, Proprs.
Main street, Olympia, W. T. fctagc ofheo.
TJAILROAD HOUSE-J. McGiuth, Propr.
5j Good meals, clean beds, moderate prices.
Tenino, Y. T., present terminus N P. R. R.
St. Charles Hotel,
Corner Front and Morrison streets,
R. A. WHITE PROPRIETOR
rmiJi bi'.UiLAKJii!.& lb til, u.m.1 jsiuuiv
. Hotel in Portland; has been thoroughly re-
Parcel ana returnisiicu sinco tno nre, ana is
now the most comfortable an$ convenient
house in the State. , altf
THE SEASIDE HOUSE.
MR. C. II. DEXTER, Formerly of tho " Cliff
House." San Francisco, announces to his
friends and tho public that he has leased tho
new and elegant Hotel recently erected by
Ben Holladay, Esq., upon the sito of the old
Summer House, at Clatsop Beach. The houso
is elegantly furnished, and possesses all mod
ern improvements. A largo and spacious Din
ing Room, Billiard Room, extensive Parlors,
Bath Rooms Rooms en suite, etc., etc., all
well arranged for the comfort of Guests. Tho
Grounds arc beautifully laid out. A half-milo
Race Track, with Shell drive; Croquet Ground
Children's J 'lay Ground, Swings, etc., etc.
Boats upon tho creek; plenty of Trout Mshing;
a splendid Stable, with Saddle Horses for
those who wish for Equestrian rides over tho
Beach; Bathing Houses, for Salt Water Bath
ing and, in fact, everything necessary for tho
Pleasure Seeker, the Tourist or tho Invalid.
Ocean, Mountain, Forest and River Scenery,
comoincd, mako this tho finest Place of Resort
in the World. The climate is equable never
subject to extremes of heat or cold and one of
the healthiest places upon tho Globe. Tho
Table will be unexcelled, and tho subscriber
pledges himself that nothing will bo left un
done for the pleasure and comfort of his Pat
rons. Terms moderate and satisfactory.
CHARLES 11. DEXTER.
t BAY-VIEW HOUSE,
(Fifteen Miles Northwest of Astoria.)
At Unity, Baker's Bay, Ar. T.,
THE UNDERSIGNED HAS PURCHASED
tho above houso at this favorite resort.
Having thoroughly renovated and furnished
the samo with new material, it will bo kept in
The table will fee furnished with tho best tho
market a fiords. Fresh l'ish, Oysters and
Clams in every style. No pains will bo spared
to make guests com tortile.
The above houso is only one and a half miles
from tho Ocean Beach, where anglers may en
joy rare sport. Boats, carrying passengers,
will ply between Unity and A.-toria, connect
ing with Columbia River boats. Tri-weokly
stages will run between Unity and tfhoai
watcr Bay. JOllxV 1 1 UNTKR , Proprietor.
RS, CLOUTRIE WISHES TO INFORM
xiJL the public that slio has completed her
large new two-story house, which is hard
finished throughout, and is now tirnnnrml tn
I receive visitors at this well known re-ort.
VISITORS "WILL FIND THE ABOVE
named House open for the entertainment
of guest65 during the season, as usual
S. Gr. Skidmore,
Druggist and Apothecary,
Has Removed to his
NEW AND ELEGANT STORE,
111 First st., next to L. C. Henrichsen's,
Portland, Oregon. au7
OREGON BOOT AND SHOE STORE!
S. M. li.VRR, J. C. KIXCSLKY.
liAUIt & KINGSLEY,
PRINCIPAL RETAILERS OF THE STA
ple brands of Eastern, California and Ore
gon Boots and Shoes, No. l-"o First street cor
ner Yamhill. Portland Oregon.
Sr- With our long experience and small ex
pense we aro enabled to sell cheaper than any
other houso in the city of .Portland. As tho
proverb goes 3100 saved is$JU0 made: Call
-and see and give us your trade.
BAvil & KINGSLEY,
W. Jackson & Co.,
Front Street, Portland,
Importers and "Wholesale Dealers In
Elated Ware, Wooden Ware,
Coal Oil, Furnishings,
And also Agents for Perkins & House's Patent !
.Metallic Kerosene or Coal Oil .
HZsT Our stock having been selected-and ship
ped direct to us from manufacturers in the
East and Europe, we are prepared to sell to
the trade at such rates as we think will induce
trade. JU112 tf
Celeliratefl Spectacles and Cilasses
Manufactured by Lazarus & Morris,
ANEW METHOD OF FITTING GLASS
cs to the oyo of any person who cannot
spare tho time to come and select for them
selves. Any person who will j send us a copy
for samplo of the smallest sized' typo that they
can read at an ordinary distance, can be fitted
to glasses ihat will suit the eye.
L. C. HENRICHSEN, & Co., Solo Agents,
101) First street, Portland. au7
D. Y. WILLIAMS.
GKORGE T. MYKRS.
Williams & Myers,
No. 5 Central Block, Front st.Portland.
Groceries and Oregon Produce,
Grain, Plour, Mill Eeod,
Bacon, Lard, etc.
Amjrto Fire-Proof Storage.
"fegSan Prancibco Agent,
s!6 G. MITCHLEE, 213 Clay street.
Allen & Lewis,
Shipping and Commission
Merchants, and Wholesale. Dealors.
IS, 20 and 22 North Front st., Portland Oregon
San Francisco ofiice:
Corner of California and Front Streets.
LACKSMITH AND TOOL MAKER and
manufacturer of of all hinds of
Plaining, Moulding, and Turning Tools,
Saws of all kinds Straightened and Repaired,
and all kinds of SawToeth made and ropaircd
and saws turned and straightened. Orders at
tended to promptly. 11. TRENKMANN,
aulHf 40 Front st, Portland,
Shippings Storage, and Commission
No. 21 North First str., Corner of Ash,
DEALER IN OREGON and California Pro
duce, also importer of and Wholesale
dealer in C. A. & C. M. 11 ib bard's 'celebrated
Hand Made Boots and S7ioes.
tt?--Call and examine my stock before pur
chasing elsewhere. Consignments solicited.
ttilwYll business entrusted to me will receive
prompt attention. slotf
EAGLE AND EXCELSIOR
E. J. Walker,
Soda, Sarsaparilla and Cider,
All kinds of Syrups, Porter,
Ale and J3 randy Coloring.
Cor. Front and Ash Streets,
Portland, Oregon. slG
r. c. JANIO.V.
JANIO.V, RHODKS .t CO.,
A ictoria, IS. C.
Janion & Rhodes,
Importers and Commission Merchants
Front Street, Portland.
Lloyd's Agents for Oregon
rpiIE PIONEER ENGLISH HOUSE IN
JL tho city, and the founders of a direct lino
of Clipper Ships between Liverpool and Port
land, -otfer for salo the largest assortment of
"Appointed Agents for J & E Ten
nont's, Celebrated "brand of Ale and Stout;
"Wm Younger & Co's Celebrated Edin
burg ale; Gnroy. Brothers & Co.'s Dundee
Gram JSacks, "Wool Sacks and Burlaps,
g& Sole Agents for Blood, "Wolfe &
Go's Celebrated brand of ale and Stout;
Ind, Coope &" Co.'s Celebrated Burton
ale; AVm ATcEwan's Celebrated Edinburg
alu; "Wo rthin "ton's Liverpool Salt; Hock
in, "Wilson & Co's Celebrated London
Pickles and Sauces; J & JArmistead's
Celeb ated Durham "Mustard; J & H D
Grimond's Celebrated Dundee Hemp Mat
ting and Carpeting; George Curling & Cos
Citrates and DrugsjDunville's Iii.-n Whis
ky; Stewart' Scotch Whisky; Hill, Evans
& Cos Engli-h Malt Vinegar; Xoble's &
Hoare's London Varnish; John Fowler
& Co Celebiatcd Steam Plows. " aul2
Aflirn nistrat or's Sale.
Y virtue of an order of the Probate Court
1 Of 1'aeiH" Cniintv AV:ilj?nfrfnrj 'Pnn-itnn-
I will offer 4for salo to tho highest bidder at
public auction, on Wednesday, Oct. 1", lbT-l.
all of the estate, rights and interest of Lillv
Kelley, deceased, at the time of his death, of,
in and to that certain lot or parcel of land sit
uate in lvnappton, Pacific County, W. T., and
and particularly bounded and described as fol
lows, to wit : Commencing at a point on tho
ISorth bank of the Columbia River, thirtv-ontf
(."I) rods East of section lino dividing sections
seventeen U7i and eighteen (IS), thence run
ning North till it intersects the East bank of
a little creek, or stream of water, thenco
Northeasterly along tho meanders of the East
bank of said stream of wafer until it intersects
a duo North and South line forty (40) rods
East of the said section line abovedettribed,
thenco South to tho Columbia River, thenco
Vct along said liver bank nino (Si) rods ti
place of beginning, reserving the riuhtof way
along said river bank above tho highest tides
for a public open roadway or highway, con
taining about one f.0-100 acres more or less,
situated in the North-wet quarter of tho
'Ctlinr with tho. nnniirtpnnnpos Tho euln will!
take plaeo upon tho premises between tho
hours of ten o'clock in the morning and sunset
on the above na nied day. Terms of salo cash ,
in U. S. gold coin, ton per cent, on tho day of
sale, and the balance on tho confirmation of
the sale by the Probate Court, and tho deliv
ery of tho deed. All payments to bo in U. S.
coin, and all conveyancing to be at tho ex
pense of the purchaser.
, , . . J B KNAPP,
Administrator of the estate of Lillv Kelley,
Knappton, AY T, Sept. 12, 1S73. 4w sl(i
QTATE OF OREGON, County of Clatsop-
KJ J ushco Court for tho Precinct of Astoria.
John W. Gcarhart, plaintiff,) n- m .- t
vs I Civil action to
Chinaman Jim, defendant. J rccor money.
To Chinaman Jim, the above named defend
ant: In the name of tho State of Oregon, You
are hereby required to appear before tho un
dersigned, a .Justice of tho Peace for the Pre
cinct aforesaid, on the thirty-first day of Octo
ber, a. d. 1673, at (J o'clock in tho forenoon of
that day, at the office of said Justice in said
Precinct, to answer the ibove named plaintitf
in a civil action. '1 ho defendant will take no
tice, that if ho fail to answer the complaint
herein, the plaintitf will takejudgmont against
him for nineteen dollars (SUM, and disburse
ments of this action.
Given under my hand, this ISth day of Sop
tern her, a. i. lb7J. I. R. PA RKER,
s-2U :(iw J. P. for Astoria Precinct-
STATE OF OREGON, County op
Clatsep: Justice's Court for the Pre
cint of Astoria, State aforesaid. Eben P..
Parker Plaintiff, vs, Hung Mung DePdt.
To Hung filing, Chinaman, the above
named defendant In the name of tho
State of Oregen: You arc hereby required
to appear belore the undersigned, a Justice
of the Peace, for the precinct aforesaid, on
the 11th day of November, 1S73, at nine
o'clock, in tho forenoon of that day, at
the office of said Justice in said precinct,
to answer to the above-named plaintiff in
a civil tiction. The defendant will tako
notjee that if lie fail to answer the com
plaint herein, the plaintiff will take judg
ment against him for Twenty-three dol
lars and seventy-three cents, (23.73,) and'
the costs and disbursmente of this action.
Given under my hand this 30th day of
September, 1873. H. 13. PAPvKEE,
Justice of the Peace for Astoria Precinct..
Published by 01 der of the above entitled
court. TOi. L. 3PEWAE",
oc2:Gt Plaintiff's Attorney.
ADMINISTRATOR'S SALE. No
tice is hereby given, that in pursuance
of an order of tho County Court of the State
of Oregon for tho County of Clatsop, made at
theSeptember term, lt7:, in the matter of tho
ostate of Mills L. Callender deceased, 1 will
sell at public auction, to tho highest biddor for
cash in hand in United States gold coin, at tho
Court-house door in Astoria, Clatsop county
Oregon, on TUESDAY, OCTOBER 28th. 1873,
at the hour of 2 o'clock p. u.f all of the right,
title, interest and estate of the said Mills L.
Callender, deceased, in and to all that tract of
land lying and being in said county of Clatsop
and Stato of Oregon, and more particularly
described as follows, to-wit: Part of section
i, 5, 8 and !), of township 7 north of rango 10
west, A illamette meridian, and containing 320
acres. PlilLO CALLENDER,
Administrator of tho estatoof
ocl:4w Mills L. Callender doceascd..
New Tobacco, Cigar and Notion
59 Front st., Portland, Oregon
(Opposito Cosmopolitan Hotel.)
Formerly connected with "Wasserman & Co.,
Is now Opening
ONE OF THE LARGEST AND MOST va
ried assortments of Tobaccos, Cigars and!
Yankee Notions, over imported into this mar
kot, and takes pleasure in offering tho samo to
his old friends, customers, and tho trado gen
erally, at prices that defy competition.
Bc Eleven years business experience m
Portland, has made him fully familiar with,
the wants of the trade of the Northwest Coast
and therefore his stock has been selected e
pecially for tho trado. au2'Stf
New and Second-hand Furniture
Spring, Hair, Feather,
Moss, Wool, and Pulu Beds,
Blankets, Spreads, Sheets,
Pillows, Pillow Caaea, etc.
HlgiieSE FURNITURE I
Corner of First and Taylor Street
Portland, Oregon. alG
CENTRAL MARKET, Stalls No 27 acd 28.
JOHNSON & SPATJLDINQ,
Dealers in all kinds of FRESH MEATS, sud
packers of leef and Pork. Tlfe hishcat Drk-n
; raid for all kinik of fat stock, tf
r ortn-west quarter ot section seventeen (17),
township No. nine (!)) North, and rango No.
nino ($M Vosfr. of fhn Wnllnmof nioridi.in tn-