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MMimmimrifirrri njp.jy wmi1 i 'j , 39 Tri-Weekly Astorian TUESDAY....' SeT. 23, 1S73 GOXJS BEFOKE. When we from our friends are parted In this world, to meet no more, AVe forget, they'v only started. For a little on before That our loved ones, now are waiting, Over on the golden shore, -For that blissful, happy meeting;; le'er to part forevermore. Then toil on, weeping mother, Towards your darling's home above? Press on, my faltering brother, To the haven of thy love. The way may be dark and dreary, But the goal thou'lt reach at last, If up-ward you strive, though weary Por time to be overpast. "Then why weep, when all cur sorrow, One day will be turned to joy, If we live, that each to-morrow Brings us peace, without alloy "We soon shall have passed the gate way, "Which divides that land from this5 if we swerve not, from the pathway, . To that home of perfect blUs. Selaii. Rep-ablican Platform. Adopted in tiie State Convention,. Albany, Sept. II, lS7a 1. That wo look with prido aiid satisfaction upon tho peaceful and prosperous condition of our country as tho natural- result of tho appli cation of tho principles controlling tho Repub lican party to tho administration of National affairs; and that wo reaffirm the principles of the party as horctoforo enunciated in its Con ventions, and declare that their practical en forcement is essential to tho welfare of tho country, and tho maintenance of tho rights and liberties of tho people; i. That tho Cbiof Executive ef tho Nation has our unabated and unqualified confidence, in his integrity, ahilfty, and enlightened patri otism, in the administration of tho duties of his high offico. H. That we pornt tho discordant and chaotic political elements which oppose the Republican party to-day, to tho grand advances made by our Government irrits political standing, finan cial crodit, commercial importance, and tho material development of tho resources of tho whole country, as tho direct, natural and inev itable result of tho enlightened policy and principles of the Republican party. 1. That wo denounce tho recent Act of Con gress known as tho Back 1'ay Bill, and tho vot ing for, or recoivfng increasod pay for servicer already render od. o. That wto donounco all Crodit Mobilicr transactions, whatever their form, and we heartily approve of tho action of tho lato Con gress in oxposrng and punishing official cor ruption. (5. That wo- favor retrenchment and roform and rigid economy in tho oxpendituro of tho public money In tho State and National ad ministration, and tho reduction of taxation as rapidly as consistent with good government and tho 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 ckkons have al ways provoM loyal to tho flag of tho Bopablic. wo demand for them tho fullest protection of the laws, and favor increased facilities for nat uralization; but we condemn the coolio trade, and all forms of involuntary servitude, and affirm that tho safety and perpetuity of free institutions demand inoro stringent laws to prevent such traffic. " 8. That tho intorcsts of this State demand, aid its commercial relations with tho other Mates 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, aid it is truo policy of our peoplo that they hould bo so represented in Congress as shall t i3 most offectually accomplish this result. JJ. That tho truo economy of the management of tho public lands of tho United States, as well as tho settlement of our vast domain and the development of its resources, demand liberal g "ants of public land to aid in the construction of railroads and other public works, with such limitations and restrictions as will secure their ultimato salo to actual settlers. 10. That wo are in favor of Congressional grants of tho Public lands to aid in the con struction of a railroad from Portland, Oregon, t ) some point of junction with the Central or Union Pacific Railroads in Salt Lake valley; of a railroad from tho Rogue Rivor valley to a junction with the Central Pacific in the Hum boldt valley, and tho oxtension of the Oregon and California Railroad to connect with tho California and Oregon railroad, tho completion of the Orogon Central Railroad to Astoria : to aid in the building a canal and locks around the Cascades and Dalles of the Columbia river and that we are in favor of an appropriation hy Congress lor tuo survey ana examination thereof. il. That tho interests of commerce demand -the constrction of a breakwater at Port Orford in this State, and an appropriation by Congress fvr that purpose, 12. That tho protection of tho commerce of tho Columbia river demands the placing of a steam revenue cutter, with all necessary appli ances, at tho mouth of said river. 1't. That tho producirg, commercial and in d i-trial interests of the country should have t ie bist and cheapest modes of transportation i-os-iblo; and while capital invested in such moans ot transit should nave a reasonable re muneration, those interests should bo fully pro tected, and the facilities fir transportation should be adjusted, so far a possible, to the wants of every part of tho State, with no un-jii-t discrimination as to any section, person or clas; and that us capital and labor aro inscp a ably connected, and mutually dcpendant,tho r sources of tho State will bo best developed, and tee best intorcsts of all classes promoted, by mutual concessions and accommodations b itweon the producer and tho carrier. 11. That we are opposed to the setting apart of tho W illowa valley for an Indian reserva tion, and tho candidate of this convention is hereby pledged to use his influence to secure t) white settlers tho lands in said valley; that fie Modoc murderers of cituens on Lost river and Tub lako, in November last, should at ones bo delivered to the civil authorities of t as Stato, so that thoy may bo dealt with ac cording to law; that wo aro in favor of a hu mane peaco pol.cy towards peaceable Indians, b it that full and complete protection hould at all tiuios bj givon to settlors on our frontier. against tho depradatious of ho?tilo and reuac- tjry Indians. CUurcli Notices, D viand Koctor, Dinno services every Sunday I &!WS V X nd'7 r ; Sunday School at 1 r m ' CLARKE, HENDERSON & COOK. This Space is Reserved ! -FOE- Clarke, Mm & Crt, ss Dekum5s New Building Corner First mid "Washington, rO&TSAKD, OUEGOX. trj ksaaess O o o HOTELS. American Ex. Hotel Cor. Front and Washington streets. PORTLAND, OREGON, L. 1 W. QUIMBY C. II. PERI1INS1 THE PROPRIETORS WOULD RESPECT Tutty -inform tho traveling public, that he American Exchange 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 prices, Board and Lodging,. $1 lo 61 50 per day, ac cording to room occupied. Tho American Ex-change coach will always be in readiness to convey passengers and bag gage to and from tbo Hotel, free of charge. GHEMEKETA HOTEL Salem, Oregon. WESLEY GRAVES, Proprietor, tiSThc cheapest andbestHotel in tho State. Free Coach to the House. Cosmopolitan Hotel, (Kept on the European Plan,) ZIEBER & HOLTON PROPRIETORS Corner Stark and Front streets, Portland. G. B. COOK. TV. H. AN'DRUS. Occidental Hotel, (Kept on tho European Plan,) COOK & ANDRUS PROPRIETORS Corner First and Morrison steets, Portland. PACIFIC HOTEL Sikhs &Ouimry, Proprs. Main street, Olympia, W. T. Stago oflice. EA1LR0AD HOUSE J. McGrath, Propr. Good meals, clean beds, moderate pi ices. Tenino, W. T., present terminus N P. R. R. St. Charles Hotel, Corner Front and Morrison streets, R. A. WHITE PROPRIETOR Poitland, Oregon. THE ST. CnARLES IS THE ONLY BRICK Hotel in Portland; has been thoroughly re paired and refurnished since the fire, and is now tho most comfortable and convenient house in the State. altf THE SEASIDE HOUSE. CLATSOP BEACH. MR. C. IT. DEXTER, Formerly of the " Cliff House." San Francisco, announces to his friends and tho public that he has leased the new and elegant Hotel recently erected by Ben Holladay, Es.j., upon the site of the old Summer House, at Clatsop Beach. The house 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.,rall well arranged for the comfort of Guet. The Grounds are beautifully laid out. A half-mile Race Track, with Shell drive; Croquet Ground Children's Play Ground, fcwing, etc., etc. 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, comoined, mako this the finest Place of Resort in the World. Tho climate is c iiiable never subject to extremes of heat or cold and one of tho henltliiest nlaces unon tho Globe. Tho Table will bo unexcelled, and the subscriber pledges nimseii iiiai noiiimg wm uu n.-it un done for the pleasure and comfort of his Pat rons. Terms moderate and satisfactory. CHARLES H. DEXTER. BAY-VIEW -SOUSE, (Fiftoen Miles Northwest of Astoria.) At Unity, Baker's Bay, W. T., TIIE UNDERSIGNED HAS PURCHASED the above houso at this favorito Tesort. Having thoroughly renovated and furnished the same with new material, it will bo kept in first-class style. The tablo will ho furnished with tho best the market affords. Fresh Fish, Oysters nd Clams in evory style. No pains will bo spared to make guests comfortable. The above houso is only one and a half miles from the Ocean Beach, where anglers may en jpy rare sport. Boats, carrying passengers, will ply between Unity and Astoria, connect ing with Columbia River boats. Tri-wcekly stages will run between Unity and Shoal water Bay. JOHN HUNTElt, Proprietor. STJMMEll HOUSE. CLATSOP BEACH. pfRS, CLOUTRIE WISHES TO INFORM 'i. the public that she has completed her largo new two-story house, which is hard finished throughout, and is now prepared to receive visitors at this well known resort. GRIMES HOUSE, CLATSOP BEACH. T7ISIT0RS WILL FIND TIIE ABOVE V named House open for the entertainment of guests during tho season, as usual EL Trenkmanii, LACKSMITH AND TOOL MAKER and manufacturer of of all kinds of B Plaining, Moulding, and Turning Tools, Saws of all kinds Straightoned and Repaired, and all hinds of Saw Teeth mado and repaired and saws turned and straightened. Orders at tended to promptly. 11. TKENKMANN, asilctf 40 Front st, Poitland, New Tobacco, Cigar and Notion House I 59 Front St., Portland, Oregon, (Opposite Cosmopolitan Hotel.) T. Dittenhoefer, Formerly connected with Wasserman k. Co., Is now Opening ONE OF THE LARGEST AND MOST va ried assortments of Tobaccos, Cigars and lankco Notions, ever imported into this mar ket, auid takes pleasure in offering the same to his old friends, c'tomors, and tlio trade gen erally, at prices that defy competition. .. Eleven vears business cvperienco in Poitland, ha 'made him fully familiar w;th tho waut.')f ihctrmloof the North wot Co;it. and therefore hi stock has been selected es pecially for the Ucltf. uiuStf Boats upon tho creek; plenty ot lrout lushing; a splendid Stable, with Saddle Horses for t.hoso who wih for Euuestrian rides over tho PORTLAND ADVERTISEMENTS. W. Jackson & Co., Front Street, Portland, Importers and Wholesale Dealers in Crockery, Glassiuare, Cutlery, Plated Ware, Wooden Ware, Coal OH, Furnishings, Etc., FAc. And also Agents for Perkins &IIouso'3 Patent Metallic Kerosene or Coal Oil Safet Lamps! K3T Our stock having been selected and ship ped direct to us from manufacturers in the East and Europe, we aro prepared to sell to tho trade at such rates as we think will induce trade. au!2 tf THE Celfiliratea Spectacles anfl Glasses Manufactured by Lazarus & Morris, Hartford, Connecticut, ANEW METHOD OF FITTING GLASS es to the eye of any person who cannot spare the time to come and select for them selves. Any person who will send us a copy for samplo of the smallest sized type that they can read at an ordinarv distance, can bo fitted to glasses that will suit the eye. L. C. HENRICHSEN, & Co., Solo Agents, 10!) First street, Portland. au7 Allen & Lewis, Shipping and Commission Merchants, and Wholesale Dealers. IS, 20 and 22 North Front st., Portland Oregon San Francisco effice: Corner of California and Front Streets. James Laidlaw. Henry James Gate. Laidlaw & Gate, Importers and Commission Merchants, 23 Front Street, Portland. Oregon. London Agents: EEDFEBjSt, ALEXANDER & Co. S. Gr. Skiclmore, Druggist and Apothecary, Has Removed to his NEW AND ELEGANT STORE, 111 First st., next to L. C. Ilenrichsen's, Portland, Oregon. au7 OREGON ROOT AND SHOE STORE! S. M. HARK, J. C. KIN'GSLEY. JGAFvR c0 KIXGSLEY, nor Yamhill. Portland Oregon. O&r With our long experience and small ex pense wo are enabled to sell eheapor than any other house in the city of Portland. As the proverb goes SI 00 saved is $2 00 made: Call and sec and give us your trade. DARK & KINGSLEY. CRACKER MANUFACTORY Oregon Baker j) P. OPITZ, Proprietor, First Street, near Vine, Portland, Oregon MANUFACTURE all kinds of Fancy Bis cuits, Crackers, Pilot, Ship and Naval JJroad. Orders addressed as abovo promptly attended to, anil tf Co to G. Au SHEPPARD'S I Corner of Yamhill and Pirtt btreets, POriTLASTD OPvEGCXN, FOR Groceries Groceries Groceries Groceries Groceries Groceries Groceries Groceries Groceries Groceries Groceries Groceries GROCERIES Groceries Groceries - Groceries Groceries Groceries Groceries Groceries Groccrios Groceries Groceries Groceries Groceries WHOLESALE OR RETAIL. ir?r Tho best stock of STAPLES and TEA in Orogon. Ail goods warranted. E. MILWAIX, 93 Front and ') First Street, Portland, Oregon. &- WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER in Stoves, Sheet-iron, Tin-plate, etc. Plumb ing and Gas fitting cheaper than any other house in town. OTTO TPEUER. No. 1 North-Front Street, Portland. BEALER IN WINES AND LIQUORS AND Manufacturer of Syrups, Cordials, lUttcrs, etc., etc. Sole agent for John Welland's Phil adelphia Prewcry, San Francisco. Peer by the keg or bottle. Goods delivered to any part of tho City. CENTRAL MAPJCET, Stalls No. 27 and 28. Portland, Oregon. JOHXSOX & SPATJLDIXG, I Dealers in all kind' of FRESII MEATS, and packer of Bfof and Pork. Tho highest price ' pj&id for all kind? of fat stock. j2 tf PRINCIPAL RETAILERS OF THE STA plo brands of Eastern, California and Oro jron Roots and Shoes, No. 1 First street cor- LEGAL NOTICES. SlieriiF Sale BY VIRTUE OF AN EXECUTION inI upon a decree of tho Circuit Court of tfeo btato of Oregon, for the County of Clatsofc. m,-, on the U5th day of August, lS7H,in vhujh Lli 0. Crow is plaintiff and Charles Gibbins. George Havel, Hiram B. Parker, and C. II. l age aro defendants, commanding and direct V8"10 V s.e11 lot two in hlock forty-four, cf McCluro's Astoria, in the County of Clatsdp, in tho Stato ot Oregon, to pav and satisfy tho several sinus of money in said decree specified, to wit: Iho sum of eight hundred and forty five dolla.s m gold com, in favor of said plam tiff against said Charles Gibbins, with intoret thereon in gold coin atone per cent, por inonh also, the further sum of two hundred anl sixty-five dollars and eighty-four cents in goto coin, in favor of George Flavel against sai Charles Gibbins with interest thereon in gold coin, atone per cent, por month, from tho 2StK day of October, lb72, and also tho further sum found due to the said Hiram B.Parker on hfe judgment against thesaid Charles Gibbins.and the costs and disbursements taxed at S-W 35-HK) dollars, and costs to accrue upon said execution 1 have this day levied upon the said lot tTO in said block forty-four, in said McClure3 As toria, in Clatsop County, and Stato of Oregon, and upon all tho buildings and improvements situated thereon, and thorounto belonging, and shall proceed to sell tho same to the highest bidder for cash in gold coin, on tho 1st day of October, lS7o, at two o'clock r. 31. of said day at tho Court-house door in tho County aiM State above written. W.HTWLLIGIIT, Sheriff Clatsop County Or egdfe. Dated Astoria,,August 27th, 1S7:. au2S St Slieriir Sale. BY YIRTTJE OF AN EXECUTION issued upon a decroo of tho Circuit Court of tho State of Oregon for tho County of Clatsop,inadb on thcl-Hh day of August, 17.5, in which Alafir son Hinman is Plaintiff, and James elch and Nancy Welch are defendants, commanding and directing mo to sell lots one, two, throe, four and five, in hlock one hundred and twelve, of Slavery's Astoria, in the County of ClatsOn, in the State of Oregon, or so many of thom as may bo sufficient to pay and satisfy the several sums of money in said decree specified, to-wit: the sum of three hundred and eighty-ono ?m?i fifty onc-hundredths dollars.and interest there on at one per cent, per month, in favor of said plaintiff and against ssid defendant James Welch; also, tho further sum of forty dollars for attorney's compensation, together with costs and disbursements taxed at 21 &H00 dol lars, and costs to accruo on said execution, I have this dav levied upon all tho right, titl&s, interest and estato of tho said James Welch and Nancy Welch, in and to the said lots onii, two, three, four and five, in said block one hun dred and twelve, in said Shively's Astoria, n Clatsop county, Stato of Oregon, and shall pro ceed to sell the same at Public A action, to tbfc highest bidder for cash, on tho 4th day of Ocr tobei, 1K7;, at 2 o'clock v.m. of said day, at tlifc-Court-house door, in tho County and Stare above written. W. Jl. TWILIGHT, Sheriff of Clatsop Co., Orogoo. .Dated at Astoria, Oregon, thi3, "d day of September, lb7o. s4sf Athainistraior's Sale. B.Y virtue of an order of the Probate Court of Pacific County, Washington Territory, 1 will offer for salo to tho highest bidder at public auction, on Wednesday, Oct. lo, 1ST5, all of tho estate, rights and interest of Lilly Kelloy, deceased, at thetimo of his death, ot, in and to that certain lot or parcel of land sit uate in Knappton, Pacific County, W. T., and and particularly bounded and described as fol lows, to wit : Commencing at a point on ths North bank of the Columbia River, thirty-ono (ol) rods East of section lino dividing sections seventeen il7) and eighteen (18). thence run ning North till it intersects tho Fast bank of a littlo creek, or stream of water, thenco Northeasterly along the meanders of tho East bank of said stream of water until it intersects a due North and South lino forty (40) rods East of the said section lino above destribed, thence South to the Columbia River, thenqe West along said river bank nino (0) rods to place of beginning, reserving tho right of way along said rivor bank abovo the highest tidjee for a public open roadway or highway, con taining about one .0-100 acres more or le&j, situated in tho North-west quarter of tfiji North-west quarter of section scventeon (17 l township No. nino (SM North, and rango No. nine (J) West of tho Wallamet meridian, to gether with the appurtenances. Tho salo wlH tako placo upon tho promises bctwoon ths hours of ten o'clock in thomorningand sunset on tho above named day. Terms of salo cash, in U. S. gold coin, ten per cent, on tho day of sale, and tho balance on tho confirmation of tho sale by tho Probato Court, and tho deliv ery of the deed. All payments to bo in U. Js coin, and all convoyancing to bo at the ex pense of the purchaser. J B KNAPP, Administrator of tho estate of Lilly Kellcy, deceased. Knappton, W T, Sept. 12, 1S7. 4wsl3 Summons. STATE OF OREGON, County of Clatsop Justice Court for the Precinct of Astoria. John W. Gearhart, plaintiff,") Civil action to Chinaman Jim', defendant. J "covor money. To Chinaman Jim, tho abovo namod defend ant: In tho name of the State of Oregon, Yon are horoby required to appear boforo the un dersigned, a J ustiee of the Peace for tho Pre cinct aforesaid, on the thirty-first day of Octo ber, a. i'. li7-', at 9 o'clock in the foronoon cf that day, at the ollico of said Justico in said Precinct, to answer tho lbovo named plaintiff in a civil action. 'J ho defendant will take no tice, that if ho fail to answer tho complaint herein, the plaintiff will takejudgmont aguinst him for nineteen dollars (Si'.'j. and disburse ments of this action. Given under my hand, this ISth day of Sep tember, a. i. ibl-j. 11. B. PA RKER. s20:!Jw J. P. for Astoria Precinci. For Sale Cheap for Cash I G.OOD SUBSTANTIAL DWELLING Bcuso containing seven rooms. Lower rooni3 hard- finished, together with throe acre cf good Garden Land, all under good fenco. Or chard, Lam and Stable, Store-rooms, "VVccdr houso and other buildings, situated at Skij non Landing For further particulars, apply to .berry. Woodward & Co, Portland or to RICHARD liORSON. Askoi-fci. FARM POR S&TiF.. 1 Gfh ACRES GOOD FARMING LAND JLJ on Klaskanine Creek is offered for sale very cheap for cah. rlhe hcation is Cnaj: One and a half miles from the Lower Landing on the Military Eoad, and on the Railroad Survey. A first class location for a Hotel, Suroirucr PvCtort, or Dair Ranch. Forty acres of this ground borders on KIt kanine creek. 'Ihcre is an orchard of &)0 tree on the place. A bargain U offered. For uix ticuiars in iuiro of D. C. IhELAND, aula lm-' Astorian Ofiteo. EMPIRE IIOUSET. O'Bunrf, rroprister Opposite Railroad depot and Steam bout Landing, K alaina W. T. Tho best and cWd Oit Hotel in Kalama. . . . . . .