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mMMMtaai at $ Astoria. Oregon, Friday Morning. July 15, 1881. STo. 64. Vol. xv. v v ;3l iff t ii'il'ii iflrffilf 0 II rail m$ fe5 DECENCY IN POLITICS. rnwKD Ttv Tin: aj.ta. SKSK AM) I'EAMJN IN CONTRAST with vinouifs An Atmrloiis IliM'lrjiic. The lecent deplorable event at Washington has furnished a text for some very absurd and outta- ireous utterances bv a number of newspapers which are in the habit of speaking without judgment. As fair samples of thesi journals, let us take the San Francisco Call and the Gold Hill Xcws, one non descript, the other republican. The Call quotes a New York Tribune dispatch, and it would bo difficult to quote from a moie unreliable source, a statement that "a gentle man from the wot"' had heard "a great deal of comment at the sta tions along the road," all being to the effect that "'oiilili!i and I!is . rt" Are indirectly responsible for Guit teaus crime. This the Call en dorses as "a plain and sensible way of putting the case." It further says of Conkling that his conduct uhas disappointed his friends and alienated theii esteem," and that "they no longer regard him as worthy oi being called a republi can leader." It adds the state ment that on one ballot his vote was only sixteen, and seeks to con vey the impiession that his sup poiters had fallen away fiom him. Jt ought to know that on that bal lot the vote for all the candidates was light, many members being absent, and it ought not to misrep icsent the fact. As to the Calls knowledge of the opinions of 'Ih- friends ir CouKliu- ( )r of any still-backed iepuhhVau, we fancy it is ery slight. Some better testimony will be required before the statement it makes is teceived; the testimony of some republican friend who has actually withdrawn his esteem. All that temains of the Calls article, there fore, is the claim that Conkling and the stalwarts aie responsible for the shooting of the President. The News makes this statement more boldly and unblushingly. Hear it: "If Jioscoe Conkling has not aiieady withdrawn from the senatorial contest and nven m all further political aspirations lie should lose no time in doing so Squarely and plainly stated, he is indirectly responsible for this at tempted assassination of the Pi esi dent. The bloody deed was done for him and in his interest. It matters not that he never even saw or heard of the assassin before, the result is the same as though he had personally empk'ed him to do the deed." After making 'I Ills EMraordlnarv Asscilion. It hastens to add: "Xo sane man supposes for an instant that Conk ling or any of his friends had an' voluntary connection with this ter rible deed. The very idea is de void of common sense or reason. Mr. Conkling' is a high-minded gentleman, whose overweening am bition as a political leader led him to place too high an estimate upon himself." Then it coarsely speaks of the ''pusillanimous, treacherous Vice-President Arthur," and adds: ""When such devilish deeds are the outgrowth of such so-called stal wartism, it is high time to drop the word and the name from the dictionary of Anieiican politics." Tn another article the News speaks of the Vice-President as a "pliant puppet," "a smirk-faced dummy, loafing shiftlessly about the "White house," shedding "ciocodile tears," and "silently weeping, alone with his conscience, over his portion of the moral responsibility of that foul crime." it is difficult to con ceive of any more contemptible objects than the creatures Capable r IVmiSnjr Seirli Mull'. In contrast to them, let us listen to their chief,selfish and relentless,but still a man. "Secretary Blaine," says the telegraph, "speaks in the highest terms of Gen. Arthurs excellent qualities." The Call and the News both utter the sentiment vthatthe stalwarts are responsible for the attack on the Presidents life, simply because they dare to dif fer from him on a question of pub lic policy dare to call tlieir souls their own. to lmld the President to his promise, to protest against wlmt they believe to be a great wiong and an intentional ailront. Any thinking jhjisou can see that the argument is preposterous, ft is only worth notice here because it i, not well to let a lie go un challenged. If, so jkhj as a president is elected, no inttii must venture to onn(K his will lct they be elwrged with aiding his assassi nation, our sytem is at an end and iiitormo Comes In. Jt cannot be said that tle stal warts have abided the President or tlucatcnod him in any way. On the contrary, the abuse ami the tlueat have come from his pre tended friends. Conkling, though covered with approbrious epi thets, has not indulged in them. Arthur, though called "pusillani mous," '-treacherous." etc., by low scribblers, Grant wlo has come in for his share of tin villification, has said nothing more severe than that the President "is a weak man, and fights his friends." So we miyht iro throus-h the list. It would be impossible to I'mi'iiiv :i iiisle Aspersion Indulged in by any stalwait lender, so far as our observation has ijone. if we except one japer in New York. The muclriueiy of the as sociated pi ass has been employed, on the other hand, to scatter slan deis on the ttalwart.s, ami the dic tionaries have been ransacked for terms of opprobrium to hurl at them. The whole campaign of illiiicaiiiMi 1ms been almost en tirely one-sided. If the cnmeof Guitleau was due to his becoming brain-muddled by the fierceness and coarseness of the controversy, the Hifllf-biveds" an eleaily the persons who must answer to "Mil- Cli.trcf or lnrl'lux Illm It is u- well to leinomber, also, that onh a slicMt lime ago the assassin was writing to the Presi dent his approval of the war against stalwartism, and urging him to persevere, lie was, insane then, if lie wished well to the re publican party, and his insanity simply manifested itself in another form afterward. Lt is a foul slan der to say that assassination is an outgrowth of stalwartism. Re publicans are generally educated, reasoning men, and they cannot be humbugged by such flimsy ar guments as that which says that the Presidents policy must not be questioned. The President is merely a man sometimes a very ordinary man. Ilan.v of these rrii Who are protesting against any opposition to President Garfields policy, we are quite sure, were themselves cry loud in denounc ing Hayes course toward the south. f some crazy man had attempted to kill Hayes would they be re sponsible for the act, or could they reasonably be charged with indi rectly causing it, c en though the assassin had based his act upon ISji .southern I'ullfj? The idea i most absurd. What is wanted just now is a return to decency. The campaign of mud that has been waged for so many weeks should come to an end. The Piesident is too good a man to be suppotted in so foul a way. If the republican party is to con tinue strong and victorious, the war upon the stalwart element of it must cease. Nondescript jour nals may persist in misrepresenta tion, but journals claiming to be decent must return to the ways of deeencv. ir .ir.tEK ius. li never pitvs to fret and grol When tortHnc seems our foe . The belter bred will look ahead Mid strike the braver !. Yowr lnk is work. And tlK) who shirk Should not lament tlM-ir doom. KM itl the !:. Ami clear ihcw. That belter kwh have hnhm. It never pavs to wreck the health. In dnirtufiiK after gam. And he is sold v.lto thinks that g4d Peruvian Slltteri. K chetiiHM himeht with iala. An hHiiiiHe an, A eoy out. Have tempted even Kim;-.. For station high. TlwtWUnltllWttlbH,. t oft contentment bring. It never pays I A blunt refrain Well worthv of a son; Fr age and v'outh mni learn the tntth Thai llOtltlHK pnvs that's wnm:. The jcood and pun Alone are swn 1 brine prolHid .suece-'.. While wlmt K nsht In heavens sicht I alwa s sura tn b4. CistBa ilufera. TIm Comit Cliielnm was tin bnauMi Vkwn in IVru in HWi. The Ciuiiito-s, hlft wile, was iirosiratwl ly an intermit tent fever, from whieh site was frcc'l 1 tiMM-Hrthe native iciiieit.v. Ihe JVra a mii liark. or. as it was calleil in lite laiistia-fe of the miuttrv. "OuiiHUiiun. i ; (iraU'liil nr nr nvover.v. on iter renim toHru;c in UK., sla iiilrodiiciul tae i remiNU in Spain, wliere it was know a HiHlcr various naiiu-. until J.iima'us called it Cinchona, in iHinorof the ladv wlo ImiI hroiieiit them that whieh u more iHvciotisthati llioohlof thelncas. Totlifsilav,afUr a l.ti-e of tvv hiui Iteil and lift ear-, science lms "ivcii is itoiliinir to take ils jdaee. lt effect H allv cures a mot hid apialitc for stimii Iaiits. hv restoring the nr.tunil tone of (he .stomach. It attacks cce-siu love of Hi'imras it docs a fever, and distrovs Inith alike. Tin iMiwcrful tonic virtue of tla Cinchona is iroeiei1 in the IVriiv lan lsitter. w inoli are as enccuvo BANKING AND INSURANCE. BANKING AND INSURANCE. X- W- CASE, BROKER, BANKER -Wit- INSURANCE ACEHT. ASTOKI.t. --- OREGON OKKlCEirOi'It.S: FltOil h O'CLOCK A. M. UNTIL -1 O'CLOCK P.M. Hue -Mutual Insurance Co., OF CALIFORNIA. .1. F. HoruirroN C'u v-. K. Mron .President Ssecretarj I'ersceutins' the Jew. The Kurojian papers contain details of the recent attacks on the Jews in southern Russia. The Jewish quarters in several towns were pillaged, many of the houses destroyed, some lives were taken, and most of the poor Hebrews were driven across the border into Austria, nearly all being reduced to want and .suiTering. When the Russian government finally awoke to the situation, troops were or dered to the cenes of riot and jeace was soon restored. The apainst mnlanal fever tculnv as tlK-v,nro , STOcl Ajyni for 0?on were m Ik' da v.-of the olil Mmnish t Vicerovs WV hjaratilw the in-mli-j HlH, ul a:l r j. M cuts of ilKV.e hitters to W ahdutclv , . ; . .s 300 0)0 W pure, ami ot tne nest Known qiiaiuv.i A trial will satisfy ou that this is the be-t bitter in the world. -1 lie prooi oi I IV C vSiC Agent, ClKi:.nia'sjreet,AMoria. Oregon. tlie wi piiddiii1; is in tla tatinir. a:nl w." --r nnn nnn "flDITni llil. abide this lwt. Korsalehyj b7,UUU,UUU bArlTAL. Ordiri: olhin-r Jsliort or f!iniitnhnll' UeiietltM iMISCELLANEOUS. or. -t&st. o o isr nsr. Wholesale agent for lite BED CROWN FLOUR .Made b the !ievvpiocs. The best Flour in the market. Kv erj sack gaaranteed; if not good as represented jou can return it. .Merchants will and it to their advantage to sell this Flour. KKAN, SnORTS AND CHOP FEED Also for sale. lersoiu wishing Hour or Feed will find me at my new Dnig Store, at (). I. & X. Cos dock. Astoria. .1. . COXX. Wilson & Fisher DKAT.KRS IX TFT A 'JELT57Zrj3L3EUE2. FIRE INSURANCE COMPANIES. UoiTwentiwra capital of SCT.OOO.OOO. A. VAX DUSEX. Agent. all drn"sist-. !iropers and lueior dealers. I ' LIVKltrUOIj t2iU .LU 'US AX1J GLOBE. ' NORTH BRITISH AND 3IERCAN- TfLE OF LONDON AND Contcrred uioii tens of thousands of j EDINBURGH. rterers eimlu oneinate and mauilain 01 j) CONNECTICUT OF HART the reputation winch A vki:.Sai:aiv I FORD AND lilt I. V OllKs- H N COmiWIIlld Ol tlHV ,Twr,r . t A A n rVT , liest eclabk alteratives, with th COMMERCIAL OF CALIFORNIA Iodides oi Potassium and Iron, and is I lie most effectual of all remedies fr scrofulous. inernirial.or blood disorder I'niformlv sneees-fiil and cert..in in it reuieilial effifts. it produce-, rapid and complete cures of Scrofula. Nre. liilt. llnniors. Pimples. Kniptioiis. skin Dis eases mid all disorders riMii: front iin niirilv ofthebliMNl. Bv is iuvi:oratiiis effects U always relieves and ofNii cnrisf. nnmmprcinl Sinn AQtnncP Pn Liver Cmimla tits. Female 'takiiiis t-OmnifjrCiai UWOn ASbtfrance L0., rtnrlpH(lers of the riots were ar-Sand lrrcsriilaritie. and is u mHciit n-; OHlfM0 ? , . - , , A ii- j newer of vitality. For nnrifvom thej .. . resteu, tneii ami seuieiiceu i" ""- blood it has uo c-inal. II 1.ims up tin- Uapitai. -vstcm, restore ami preserves in liealth, and imimrts vi'nr and enemj. For fti1. vears it has Ihvii in eMeiisivc isMfK 'cft:Afl i:s use. ami is lo-dav the iihkI available v I medicine fur iih sntfcrius; siek. anv 'To -..ver shintlMnitN almuX or other wliere. Merehaudise V SMIt'J- STK IMEK from Foi:S.i.i:u i.i. l)r..i.i:i:. .'Wimiiila Kit A-to $ - - - ' . noMKsyic ei: foj:i:i:. roitTS. MARINE INSURANCE. lA ii If ( OAsl VKINK ISKAXCn. prisonment, further aggression was miarded against, and the .lews wre accorded more protection than they had previously received I1i' HiMlfrsfsiieJ f!2,500.000. rejred to LUBRICATING OILS, COAL OIL, PAINTS AND OILS. Sheet, Round, and Square Prepared Rubber Packing. PROVISIONS, MILL FEED, GARDEN SEED, GRASS SEED. Which v ill be exchanged for country pro duce or sold at lowest prices. Corner Chenamus and Hamilton Streets ASTORIA. OREGON. BUSINESS CAUDS. T cras, ar. .. "PIIYSTCIAN AND SURGEON, itooni Xo. :J. Astorlan Bulldlns:. iuc STAIIIS.) liKMOKNcK Comer of Benton and Court street-. Astoria. Oregon. TAY TI'TTLE, 31. . PHYSICLVN AND SURGEON, OFncE-Over the White House Store, ltK3lDRXCK-Xext door to Jfrs. Munson'e boardlnR house, Cheaamiu street, Astoru Oregon. 'TQK. 3r. I. JEXXIXUS. rilYSICLVX AND SURGEOX. Oraduate University of Virginia. ib6S Phjslchui to Bay View hospital, Baltimore Citv, lSC9-70. Officii In Tage & Allen's building, up stairs, Astoria. C. H. STOCKTON. "P P. HICKS. DENTIST, AST01UA. - - - - OREGON. Rooms In Allen's building up stairs, cornr of Caxsand Sqcmocqhe streets. I Q. A. BOWLBY. ATTORNEY AT LAY. Chenamus Street. - ASTORIA, OREGON q vr. Fuirox. ATTORNEY AT LAW, ASTORIA - - - OREGON" Office over Tage & Allen's store, Cass street E.- AXD- HOIiDKX. N0TAR1 PUBLIC, j Al'CTIONEKi:, COMMISSION AXD IN- Sl'RAXCE AGEXT. I - CARRIAGE PAINTER,- D.A 3rcIXTOSlI. fl Subsequent' a census of the Jews was ordered, and, to avoid it, hixtv . A wMJRh.coM or -ore llinwi sIm.iiUI lie . (,rirrs ulll. or fyiRK j.nmiiitly at ' ' ' ; JstopKl. NesIcH frciueutl niilts in imi.d tn ? thousand oi these people uirneu ixn iiMnraoie unit; iusmmm- eousiuui- their eyes toward Spain as a refuge from further trouble, and King Alfonso has been reported as send inir them a message of welcome to t5 w his realm, should the' come. The Ciolos, the most outspoken paper of St. Petersburg, has published accounts of the riots icferred to, rivinr a lair view of the situation. Of the scenes at Kliabethgrad it SHVS! Many of the rioters went about sheuting: 4:As the Jews killed Christ, so have they murdered our Czar.' The peasants faced the advancing troops, bated their breasts, and criedi -'Shoot!" The soldiers lowered theiranns. Among ether wild reports that had been circulating was one that the police had been "bought by the Jews for oOO roubles. The word wont around that the .lews might be beaten and wounded, but not killed. lion. P.rmvii s IlronchiHl trorites lo not disorder Um stomach like iintsli syrup, j and !ttlaiiis. Imt ael tiirietlv on the in ItMinetl Hii. :tl laving irritation, .uive relief in asthma. hriiiehitis-. eou"h-. catarrh, and the throat troubles which itusoji, (iirxtcir a, o I ir FnHil anil Ash Streets, Pun land, Oregon. MISCELLANEOUS. singeis a,MJ public siMakers are -iiuievl . . x M,.r,4IM, Mall K . w,n, , ,IW lusU lo. borllurtv vears llrovviis hronehial troches have len reeoetiiieiHletl h O 1 -i.! 'K"T.m. Vl.t lllMJ.l la, wttt.allw Kill ltUlw ifll II tklfTllial ahn;. iiavinriKt-n u4e,ih 650.000 ALREADY SOLD ! ! wide and constant Use lor nearlv an en tire xcucmtioii. they have mIImiiiihI well merited rank nhhiii; I he few staple rmiifHliiis uf lli Smlil a! Tt rcntfii Imx ever where. fit Have VitrfjrijMilMi -tf wikl -rhcrr.i' always at hand. 11 cures coughs. Adds, bronchitis, vvhoonintr eon'-h. cionii. in- llnenza. enusiuiinlioti. and nil throat and fl ' him; complaints, .ji cents ami ! a imi-11c I-?f li.it nknisiire it is to paj oiu-s tleWs! In the first place.it reuinithRt uneasiness which a person reels from . J iliMMiiiliiiii and oldi!fntioii. II ailords ' f " J r plrasnreto the creditor, and therefore' ralifi- our mhmmI nirectioii. it nro motes that fnliire confidence which iso ' Wmm&&& m ?& 3?-i5? TCA u jrif U'Br I H XsM i tlLSr a av sB fo,i wti w Jm l1 JEi PAPER HANGING AND WALL COLORING a srEcrvivrv.- GLAZING PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. eyShon net door lo Astonan Oillcc, In Sliuster'sbulltllnjj. J. H. D. GRAY. Wholesale and retail dealer in. ALL ICrXDS OF FEED, Hay, Oats, Straw, Wood, Etc. General Morose ami Wharfage n reiLsnn aule. teniis. FiH.tof llenlon .re I. Astoria Oregon. MERCHANT TAILOR, Occident Hotel llulldinfir. ASTORIA - - - OREGON JU& L .Viol h's ljs,as-s. lv motes that future commence wiucii is o ,- . ff-j ij j rY mtetestiiiKtoati lmnest uiiml. It oim-iis Jj.rJ. V. H,j J J'J LiL,Jl.JJ. a prosiHvt of lHMii-i readily sapplicil j , ,,-.. ,. ... .. . Willi what von want on fulim-m-casious. i r altial.tc ami I'raetlrnl In- roruintion. and C'ontaliiiii'r an ixi:x or nwKAsrs. It havcsa coiiM-ioiisiiessof our virtue: ami il is a measure we know to Ih right. ' iHrfli in point of jiisj ice ami sound ccou- oinv. iuallv.il istlicuiKtu siipjHirl of Winch gives the sviH.itotus. cause and the implc rcpulation. Pav lis. llial vvc ma , llest Tn-atment of iwii ; a lanle giving all Tlin .i.rkK .,.i,ic to hi-i lionii ilnltcr.. the principal tlnigsitseiltorthc Horse, with lhe mol) sctenis to Iiae incil)!' the onIhmr-dose. effects and ai.Udose when japolseii: a tahle with an asrsiv Iiik of the Horse's teeth at different aic-s. with rules jfor tellinsthe ai;erf t!itrt. iSengrav !inj showing Ihc iiiiMrt;uit fui.uts in the siriM'Hiretii uicnorse.aiso iiins;niiing ixsi t was assumed by sfck hoiscs in ilitlerent dis eases. V valuaMc eielKii of receipts. m:iii ii which wiHlltl iftst .1 horsi.owiur !lhrc' to Kve dollars ert-li WILLIAM ED GAB, Corner Main and Chonamus Street. ASrOUIA OBEGOX. Tg? si tl DK.ILKX ta -Sfi-fclGARS ANDlTQBAGGQv - The Ceb'hrated JOSEPH RODCERS &. SONS GENUINE ENGLISH CUTLERY AND THE GENUINE W0STENH0LM and other Enslbh Cutlery. ST ATXOJS'EZECSr I FAIRCHILD'S GOLD PENS Genuine Meershaum Pipes, etc. A flue .stock of Q II. BAIN ifc CO., OE.Vr.EU IX Doors. IVintlowM, ItllndH, Tran woniM. linmbr Etc. All kinds or Oak Lumber, Glass, Boat Ma. terial, etc. Steam 31111 near Weston hotel. Cor. Gen et ive and Astor streets. riiiiEXHAirr jl schofak. Occident Hotel Hair Dressing Saloon ASroiM.V - OKHGOX. Uot. i'olil. Shower. Meant nuu Miipitur VBmh BATHS. 3?SpecIal attention given toladies'ana children's hair cutting. Prtvate Entrance for Lridies. ffis A 3" The Canada Pacific Itailwav company are said to have soltl last week to a wtouji of French arri culluiists ;TOO.OOO aeies of hind in Canada at $1 25 per aere, twenty per cent payable in cash and the rest in installments. The buyers, it is added, intend to colonize the land and promote the eompctition of Canada with the United States. larirely composed of peasants, who still, in a irieat measure, retain their aimosc idolatrous, affection for the Car, and aic not Nihilists. The Jews, beinr oppressed in Rus sia, naturally favor any party whieh seems to aim at the reorganiza tion of the controlling system, and have contributed to the Nihilist ranks several of the most daring conspirators and leaders. The Vienna Nctte Freie Presse says of Ktevil: The entire bazaar of this place, containing over six hundred shops, was plundered. I he merchandise was loaded upon wagons and driven to neighboring villages. What could not be carried off was torn, thrown into .stream, or tram pled in the dirt. More than four hundred houses belonging to Jews aie destroyed together with their furniture; and 1,170 families, com prising some 0,000 souls, have been reduced to beggary. I have not heard of many deaths, but the wounded and injured are numer ous. Men were robbed in the streets with impunity. "Watches were taken out of pockets, and rings fiom fingers. The wave of anti-Jewish big otry that has swept over Germany i i :.. i..i -.i - i: aim nus&iu uuyituii imiri uuiiiuun more lightly. Its course is doubt-! less almost run. Such events as j have ftccurred in llussia are a re proach to the boasted enlighten ment of this age. Their recur rence is uot likely, even in that country. METROPOLITAN Shaving and Hair Dressing Saloon. on lhe I'ltailMn. ml to I. Poster's shImhi. The lest of siUsfnetHHi gmirantrcd. llalrCHlllHK. Shaving SttHHMMMdng. DvotHftfrom l"i cents j:o7f A Uncial slmrc of the traile solicited. W. 1'.. DAY. Proprietor ! EVERY FARMER SHOULD OWN 1 THIS BOOK. TlHHisaiuls wIhi have set ii a couiuieud it and iiixiiv good iHirsemeu have extolled it in the hiiiest teniis. even st.:ing that they prefer ic to Ihm&s which cost s eO to $10 W. oonot throw awa onr hhhu-v in the nur cIhim f costlj 1mmk.s on Uk llorse, which are s full of" Iitin ilira.M ami technle&l tennsas to Im iiiimielhtdhlc to the .nemge reader Imt, IIUY KENDALL'S THEAT1SK, TIN PLATE. KLOCK TIN A hook or KOpHgcs. in pajHT covers, giving vou more pra. tlciit UifvnH.it mhi than Is cou- jtaiueu in some urge hiiiih's mi lar tnguer I cost. HaviugeaiiiitiedthKIiM)k tlHinmghly y .? I are sail-iii' 4 B l IVatchcH and Jewelry. IXuzzle ana ISreech fieadina: Shot Guiih mid KIlIcs, Revolvers. Pistol, and Ammunition .UAltl.NF. Ii ASSES. AUSO A KINK Assortment of line SPECTACLES and EYE OI.ASSES. i. "w. case; IMPOKTKU AXD WUOLESALF. AND ltE TAIL DEALER IN GEMRAL fflRCMMSE Corner Chenamus and Cass streets. ASTOKIA - - - OREGON WIT.T.IAIU FRY. PRACTICAI. BOOT AJTD SlIOi: ilAKEK. CtnejOit?TKi:sr. oppoitefAd!er!B4t, store, - Amokia. Orkoon. " -Perfeet lits guaranteed. All worfe warranted. (live me a trial. All ordeis promptly filled. MtTK. w. umVakk. Astoria. J. A. ItnOWN Portland. -- T-r-T' J" lHMMV.Y tS. 3ItCAltK, STEVEDORES AND RIGGERS. Astoria offlee At E. C. Holden's Auction store. Portland offli e 24 U. street. 13-tf SIRS. S. T. McKEAN, IIK.VLK1: IN I'd no HORSE-OWNEK l'iiriLit V.iMluMisit As'imrt ir I'nrtlKliil , j Would hesitate a moment a'.MHit investing 25 b K.VIjFOnt,rTIIKI.A . vnts inits purehase.if he did hut knuw the vauie in us coikciiis. iitsngiiiziiig me ue- r;-tf Portland, iircgmi. Final Settlement. "VTOTIiM: ? HEKEltY (.l K.N Til VI IIm X fliiHl statement of lhe executor nf the estate of P. Pencil, deceased, has Ih-ii tiled, ami SalmdHv. the lMh dav i-f .Inly, lsst.at lo A.M. has hivn vt hv the l oiinlv-ciHirt f llatsoii eouiitv. lor uiciu ann inen-oi CEO I I.WEU Exec .lime It. 1n1. II " CELEBRATED i A sirahilityof hav lug sih-Ii practK'al infonna- iioii as our larnuii; menus daily ueeii m their hic-luess. nnivhled at nasonahle cost instead of Wingohhscd to mv the euonnoas pntflJs demanded hj the Publishers of most Agricultural lUwks. wi' have seen red Several Hundred Copies i t)f this valuable little Tieatix on the Horse. Pxcciitor ' single eopns of which we shall be pleased to 11-d It-fn ,,w'" lo "' reader or this paper. jHistage jre- 1 J panl bv us, on n'ceiit il 25 OE5I"!2?Si- Kciuittaiiees may Im :uale in eiirreney. sil ver or stamis. St ltd allrdersto J). '. 1KEL.IXD, Asloria. Orgor s?yrnjj Wmuci.i Astouian it an indupoiulenr newspaper, devoted wholly and solely to the commercial and mate rial interests of Oregon, anil will be sent on trial four months to any addiess In the United States on receipt of SI 00. I av HO It now appears that Le Due lias his agricultural eye on the Minne sota governorship, anil that this is the real reason of his burdening the mails with several tons of hullcy reports for farmers in his state jitbt before, his retirement, ilts successor has no political as pirations, ami is said to be the only man in the cabinet who has not caught the presidential fever. !2fdefSeillaeiSj.S!lle by dn,,,t, SlTTEflS Feeble nad Sickly Persons Recover their it:tlit bj pursuit.ga course of Hosteller's Stomach Hitters, the iiuot popular invlgorant and alterative medicine 1 in use (Jcncml dehlliix. fever :ind nmie. ' uyspcpsia. consiipaiinu. riieuuiansui. ami other maladies are completely removed b IL Ask those who have used it what.lt has THE ASTORJA PLRASrRE GARDENS Wilt In oen Every Saturday and Holiday post Pleasure. Fun, Exercise. Innocent Re creation and Game of difeient hinds, WITH Foot Racing and Korse Raclns: on Each Saturday. PiiiCs awanled to the winner in seli game. The Canlen to 1m o;hii to the fun loving citizens of Astoria and vieluit) for the sea son hy VM. OJJUKUS Jt CO. U. K. Warrkx. T. W. Eato.i Astoria Market ! OPPOSITE OrCIDP.NT IIOTEV , ASTOltlA. ---- 0P.KON, WAKItFA' JnATO:. ProprietorM. (SitCMMttr to Warrtn X- MeGuire' Wholesale andltotnil Dealers in Fresh and Cured Meats A full line or FAMILY OKOCmtlES. FLOUR. FEED HAY. CANNED FRUIT. VEGE TABLES. ETC. JtB" Butter, Ers3, CLoeso. otc. constantly on hand. CB" Ships supplied at the lowosc rates. DRESS TRTMjIHtGS, All kinds of WOOLS, ZEPHYRS, LADIES UNDERWEAR, ETC., Corner ofCiss and .Telfersnn streets, Astori;. "Stamping done to order. dealer in FA3IITA' GKOCXmiXS, WAII, IIU.L FEET) AXD HAY Cash paid for country produce. Small profits on cash .sales. Astoria. Oregon, cor ner of Main aniLSquemncahn streets". Seng: of the Albany Beer! THE DEW DROP INN ! Oh, fishermen, all hear the good news ! A line saloon is started with hest of Liquors, Wines and Beer, AND FINE FREE LUNCH I N LARDED. The liraude.t Caviar and CIieene, IN SANDWICH THICK AND THIN And will you spend ajnleasant hour, drop in nt the DEW DROP INN on Coneomly street. .I.T.BORCHERS. Antoria anil Ivnappton. Respectfull Dedicated to and Sold by CHAS.C.RATTKE, - - - - ASTORIA. Regular Jtall and Tasseuger Steamer ROMK W.AVAYE . MASTER asrWIll leave Knappton for AstorLi and return dallj . CARRYING THE U. S. MAIL. Good evening kind friends. Just listen to me. And when you have heard me, I'm sure you'll agree, I will kivc you a storj , and Mug it out clear And the name of my song Is the AJJLVNY P.EER. You can And it all round In this city of gold. Ai.dthevvav that they make it has never been told. Thnt's a secret they keep and hold very dear. For the whole country Is drinking that ALBANY P.EER. The brewery I large and the machinery Is tine. And every order Is sent to ou right up to time. The net all kinds of orders from far and from near. And c ery one's healthv that drinks AL BANY REEK. For every thing there looks vo clean and so neat. And their beer is so sparkling, it cannot be beat. If vou are feeling bad or the blues do appear. You can drive them avvav bv drinking AL BANY BEER. I have an old fal her. who's now eighty-three. And this Ls the advice heave unto me. He spoke to me kindl with n voice bright and clear ; If you want to be healthy, drink ALBANY avenger . r., "S&W"' ITTA. iSiT iT -' J Since then I have done so, and I'm hearty ami sutiim. At the round age of lift j I can always be found At my dally labor before the sun doesappoir And each das and night I drink ALBANY BEER. Also, on draught. THE CELEBRATED BOCK BEER. Also have a lighter which enables her t carry wood or freight of any kind. ao" For charter, freight or passage, at liv ing rales apply on board, or at I. . Case's store. C. GRATTKE, - - WELCOME SALOON. Jtoadway. opposite O. R. & N. Co'.s Dock. I Ik General HecLuciion : OP TWE.Vry-FIVE PER CEST. OX AW. Olothiug and Furnishing - Goods. K LOEB'S. -a.x "-&-l - s .- "-'