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SATURDAY August 2, 1873
The- Blgbts of Women.
The rights of women, what are they?
The right to labor ancTU pray;
TJie right to weep -with.those that weep,
The right to wake wlrile others sleep.
The right to dry the falling-tear,
The right to quell the rising fear,
The right to smooth the brow of care,
Tlie right to comfort in despair.
The right the wanderer to reclaim,
The right to win from paths of shame,
The right to comfort ind to bless
The widow and the fatherless.
The right to watch the parting breath,
The right to soothe the bed of death,
The Tight when earthly hopes all fail
To point to those within the veil.
The right to read the word of God
In every place, at home, abroad
The right.to tell a Saviour's love
The right the little ones to guide
5n. simple faUl.to.Christ, who died
That He may bless their youthful days
And they may love and sing His praise.
The right the intellect to train,
And lead the soul to noble aim;
Teach it to rise above earth's toys,
And wing its flight to heavenly joys.
The right to honor, love, obey,
IV-hat God commands from day to day.
The right to keep His Sabbaths holy,
And roverenco His Sanctuary. . .
The right to show a spirit rneel
"When angry words a.quarrel seek;
The right to wear a modest dress
"When.fashions bold'around you press.
The right to speak the truth in love,
The right a faithful friend to prove.
TJie right to brighten earthly homes
"With cheerful smiles and pleasant tones.
The right to live for those we love,
The right to strive that love to prove,
TJie right to Jielp by thought and deed
The sick and.poor in all their need.
The right to seek a Saviour's power
To help in every trying hour.
Tie right to.cast all care on Hiin
yheu.oyerwhlmcdwith fear ou sin..
Aro-these thy rights? then use them .well,
Thy gentle influence, who can tell?
Xf these are thine, why seek for more?
Thou hast enough to answer for.
Are these thy rights? then murmer not ;
That woman's mission is thy lot;
Improve the talents God has given,
Ijiye to His praise, and rest in heaven.
Tliose people who believe the stories
about- intelligent dogs will read with
;jleasunv that.a lost dog in Norfolk,
having seen his master's advortis
ment in one of the local papers,
promptly wont home.
The laborers employed at some
mining works in Missouri arc debat
ing the question as to whether, when
tlje whistlt) blows for dinner, they
should empty their shovels or throw
tkem hack on the heap.
Scientists are-now of the opinion
that fragrant flowers are a protection
iin-ainst certain malaria. Utilitarians
may now go .to work among the flow
ers without dread of being called sen
timental; and in chill-and-fever re
gions men may he shaken into an
interest in flower gardening, who
could never have been attracted to it
by a love of beauty.
"We have been really lucky in the
arbitration business. The Geneva
Commission adjudged to the United
States over fifteen millions of dollars,
which Great Britain will shortly pay. J
The Commission to adjust our claims
on Mexico for damages on the Texan
frontier awards the United States be
tween six and seven millions. It is
well enough to have these old scores
New Hampshire has produced an
other extraordinary man. lie has
nvnrpssfid the opinion that the
drouth has been a good thing. - lie
says: I think it has prevented a vast
amount of sickness. Had it been warm
and wet, I think typhus, in some form
would have been about as prevalent
aniopg men as was the horse disease
among the horses last fall." A- man
who does .not grumble at the weath-.
cr, and even ficjs matter to praise m
it, deserv&j4Qte. ,i;emerabered,and
CLAEKE, HENDERSON & COOK.
This Space is Reserved I
tni."l mtmwt j.
Dekum's New Building!
,Grner First and WashingtoUf
THE SEASIDE HOUSE,
MR. C. II. DEXTEll. Formerly of tho " Cliff
House." San Francisco, announces to his
friends and tho public that ho has leased tho
new an elegant Hotel recently orected by
lion Hotladay, Esq., upon tho site of the old
Summer House, at Clatsop lioach. Tho house
is elegantly furnished, and possessesall mod
ern improvements. A largcand spacious Din
ing Room, Billiard Room, extensive Parlors,
Rath Rooms, Rooms on suite, etc., etc., all
well arranged for the comfort of Guosts. Tho
Grounds are beautifully laid out. A half-milo
Raco Track, with Shell drivo; Croquot Ground
Children's Play Ground, Swings, etc., etc.
Boats upon the crook; plenty of Trout Fishing;
a splendid Stable, with Saddle Eorsos for
thoso who wish for Equestrian rides ever the
Beach; Bathing Houses, for Salt Water Bath
ingand, in fact, everything necessary for tho
Pleasuro Sooker, tho Tourist or the Invalid.
Ocean, Mountain, Forest and River Sconory,
comoined, make this tho finest Place of Resort
in the World. Tho climate is oquable novor
subject to extremes of heat or cold and one of
mo neaitmest piaces upun mu uiuuu. -luu
Table will bo unexcelled, and tho subscriber
pledges himself that nothing will bo left un
dono for tho pleasure and comfort of his Pat
rons. Terms moderato and satisfactory.
CHARLES H. DEXTER.
(Fifteen Miles Northwest of Astoria.)
At Unity, Baker's Bay, W. T.,
THE UNDERSIGNED HAS PURCHASED
tho abovo houso at this favorite resort.
Having thoroughly renovated and furnished
the same with now matorial, it wilL bo kept in
Tho table will be-furnished with- tho best tho
market affords. Frosh Fish, Oystors and
Clams in evory style. No pains will bo spared
to mako guests comfortable.
Tho above house is only ono and a half milos
from tho Ocean Beach, where anglors may en
joy raro sport. Boats, carrying passengers,
will ply between Unity and Afctoria, connect
ing with Columbia River boats. Tri-wookly
stagos will run between Unity and Shoal-,
water Bay. JOHN HUNTER Proprietor.
A. C. "VVIRT, PROPRIETOR.
Is prepared to entertain tho-public, norsos
and Coach, with Baggago Wagon and careful
drivers to convoy partios to. any point.
RS, CLOUTRIE WISHES TO INFORM
tho public that suo has completed her
largo now two-story houso, which is hard
finished throughout, and is now prepared to
receive visitors at this well known resort.
VISITORS WILL FIND THE ABOVE
named House open for the entertainment
of guests during tho season, as usual
EaR SALE OR RENT.
TnE WELL KNOWN" SKIPANON HOUSE,
Together with Horses, Carriages, and some
For Sale or Rent!
on reasonablo terms. Said Houso is situated
at tho Landing of Clatsop Plains. For further
particulars inquiro of tho undorsigned.
Skipanon, .1 nno ), 17J. 1). E. PEASE.
Mrs. IV3. Rogers,
'PRIVATE BOARDING HOUSE,
Corner of Cass and Jefferson stroots.
American Exchange Hotel
Cor. Front and Washington streots.
QUIMBY & PERKINS .PROPRIETORS
Froo Coach to tho Houso,
CHEMEKETA nOTEL-SLKir, Orkgon.
Tho cheapest andbestHotel in the State.
Free Coach to tho House.
(Kept on tho European Plan,)
ZIEBER & JIOLTON PROPRIETORS
Cornor Stark and Front stroets, Portland.
WARD HOUSE. H. Cazmiav, Proprietor.
View stroot, Victoria, British Columbia.
EMPIRE HOUSE J. O'Bmkn-, Proprietor.
Opposito Railroad depot and Steamboat
Landing, Kalama W. T. Tho best and cheap
est Hotel in Kalama.
ISK HOUSE-JACOB KE1L Proi-riktou,
r irst sL. bet. Main and Madison. PoMland.
Having bought this well known houso, 1 re
spectfully ask tho patronage of citizens and of
tho traveling public. Uood meals furnished,
and beds always clean. Hot and cold baths.
Board, SI ")0 a week. Board, with Lodging,
3."i50 to S. Meals, 25 conts. Lodging, 25
conts. Thoso wishing & good quiet ldWo-to
board, please call.
R. lU COOK. W. n. ADRUS.
(Kept on tho Europoan Plan,)
COOK & ANDRUS PROPRIETORS
' Corner First and Morrisohfctoots, Portland.
LOVES HOTEL-LEWIS LOVE Proprietor
Hrst street betweon Main, and Madison,
Portland, Oregon. This Hotol having been re
modeled and refitted throughout, with new
furniture, is now oponod to tho public. Tho
taple will bo suppliod with the best the mark
et affords, and tno charges will bo extromoly
PACIFIC HOTEL Sikks &QuiMisY, Pro
Main street, Olympia, V. T. Stage ofli
RAILROAD HOUSE J. McGniTii.Propr.
Good meals, cloan bed, modorate pricos.
Tcnino, W. '., prcsont terminus-N. P. ll. It.
St. Charles Hotei.
Corner Front and iforrisoh streets.
J; B. SPRENGER...;....:...tr.Pll6PRIET0R
mHE BEST HOTKL
1JL" .snd thQ only ono made of.blrick in Portland.
Tho kottso'is aupwIyjfurnishel3',raD.U,5l,rrlied'
with all tho modorn conTanienees. -'. . .
with all tho modern coat viiencw.
Maker mil Tier
Cornor Third and Salmon Stroets,
UPRIGHT PIANOS MADE TO ORDER.
BSTPiano3 and Organs Repaired and Tuned.
ALL WORK GUAR VNTEKD.
OREGON BOOT AND SHOE STORE!
S. M. BARR, J. C. KINGSLEY.
BARE & KINGSLEY,
PRINCIPAL RETAILERS OF THE STA--plo
brands of Eastern, California and Ore
gon Boots and Shoes, No. 13o First street cor
ner Yamhill, Portland Oregon.
SST ith our long experience and small ex
pense wo aro enabled to soil cheaper than any
othor houso in tho city of Portland. As the
proverb goes $100 saved is S2 00 made: Call
and see and givo us your trado.
BARR fc KINGSLEY.
Corner of Yamhill and Eirbt ttreets,
Groceries GROCERIES' Groceries
"WHOLESALE OR RETAIL..
JKS-Tho bot stock of STAPLES aniEA
Sm Orogon All goods warranted.
Pacific Boot and Shoo Store,
S. "W. Cornor First and Morrison Streots,
S-ON AND AFTER TniSDATE I WILL
sell, for Ca$h, of California mako, Ladios 1st
quality 18 thread lasting Kid foxed Bal
morals S2 s")0, Formor prico S3 00
2d quality 16 thread do 1 7o, 4 2 50
Misses 1st quality do 2 00, " 2 50
Misses 2d quality do 150, " 2 00
Childron's 1st qual. do 1 50, " 2 00
Children's 2d qual. do 125, " 150
GEO. A. PEASE;
E. MIL WAIN,
95 Front and First Stroet,
xa. "WHOLESALE AND RETAHi DEALER
in Stoves, Sheet-iron, Tin-plato, etc. Plumb
ing and Gas fitting choapor than any other
houso in town. .
Is vropared to build Boats of all Fixes aid
descriptions either of EASTERN or HOME
At Less than San Francisco Prices-!
Freight deducted Orders loft at tho Aszoihan
Office, or addressed lotho undersigned, wi51'ro
ceivo attention V W BOUTON, Unity, W T
'ANTED A SCHOOL TEACHER FOR
two children, afc tho houso of tho Princi
pal Light keeper at Capo Disappointmoat.
Address, J . W. MUNSON.
July 12th, 187IL Cape.
NOTICE OP ELECTION.
PUBLIC NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that on the first Monday, tho 4th day of
August, 1873, at tho Court House, fia tho town
of Astoria, in tho county of Clatsop, an oloc
tion will ko held for town officers, to-wit:
Of Streets andllarhos
Which Election will bo held at nine o'clock in
the morning, and will continue until six o'clock
in tho afrernoon of tho same day.
By order of tho Common Council.
CHARLES STEVENS, Recordor.
Dated, this 21st day of July, 1874. j22td
N THE COUNTY COURT of THE STATE
of Oscsren. for the County of Clateon, July
7th, 1873. lit tho matter of tho estate of Mills
L. Callendcr deceased. It appearing to tho
Court, upon tho potition of I'hilo Callender,
administrator of said ostato, praying for an or
der t& sell tho real estate of said deceased that
it is necessary that said roal estate bo sold to
pay the expensos of administration and claims
against tho estate; it is ordored, that all per
sons ii .forested insaidostate bo cited to appear
bofore this Court, on Monday, September 1st,
1873. at tho Court-houso in Astoria, Clatsop
county, Oregon, to show causo, if any there bo
why license should not be granted to tho said
administrator, to sell said real estato, descnb
CUIU uvi'UbJ vt vniiv-up, wiimimiii,
32U acres, and that notico ot said aplica.tion
bo published in tho Tri-Wookly Astoriun,pr
four successivo weeks, before said 1st day of
Soptomber, 1673. J. W. MOFFITT,
j 24 :4th County Judgo.
N TnE C1RCURT COUUT OF THE STATE
of Orogon for tho county of Clatsop.
Cassoo C Anderson, Plantm, vs. Lewis 1.
Andnrsnn. Defendant: To Lewis P. Anderson
tho defendant, Jn the namo of tho .Stato of
Orogen: You tiro hereby required to an
swor the complaint filed against you in tho
aoovo entitled suit, at tho hrst term of said
Court to bo hold at Astoria in and for said
County and Stato noxt after six wcoktffrom the
date of this Publication. And if you' fail so to
ahswQj, tho plaintiff will apply to tho Court
for tho relief demanded tkerqin, which. i3 a
Dissolution of tho mamaee contract with yo-.
.-Rv nwlnr nf tWHonrL WM1L1 MeEW AW.
Axy. lor. 1'iaintm.
Dated. Jy 36th, im. - -.s j20Jw.
cd as follows, to-witr 1'art ot sections io. 4, o,
8 and !, of township 7, north rango 10 west,
Writ of Special Election. :
To the Sheriffs of the- several CountlS-
within the State of Oregon :
xi y""lKAS At a gonoral olection held on tQfc
third day of Juno, a.d., Ib7i, tho Hon. Johenj
it vL"801 ivP duly olected Roproseutative'of
tr?iStTt.of9son iri tho Forty-third Congress
of tho United States;, and
Wherkas, Sinco tho said electior, said office
has become vacant by tho death of said incum
Wherkxs, By provision of tho Con?titut!aii
of tho United States, and tho laws of this Starts
it has becomo the duty .of tho Govornor thore
of to issue his writ of olection to fill such va
cancy; jlS ow, therefore, I, L. F. Ghoyf.r, Govorror
of the Stato of Oregon, do hereby command
you and each of you to notify tho sovra35
Judges of Election within and for your soveral
counties, to hold a special olection of Roprp
sontativo in Congress to fill tho vacancy afr"
said, n Montkiy, tho (13) thirteenth day of
October, IbT.J, and that you causo all j)ropeiJ
notfees to bo givon thereof according to law.
Given under my hand and tho seal of toj
Stato of Orogon, at Salem, this tenth day-o
Jub, a. D. li7H.
L. S. L. F. GROVER.
Attest: S. F. Chad-wick.
Socrotary of Stato Oregon.
"WTOTICE I- HEREBY GIVEN THAT K&
A virtuo of a warrant issued by Gharhjss
Sto-ons, Recorder of tho town of Ahtorlan.
Oregon, and dated July 7th a. d. 1SW, com
mantling mo to levy upon tho goods and ch&t
tols of . P. Burns, dolinqucnt tax payor, 6n
lot No. 4, in Block No. 141, in the Town cf
Astoria County of Clat?op and Stato of Oregon,
assessed for tho improvement of Main street
in said town a5. Ib72, as laid out and records
ed by Cyrus Oftioy, and upon which assess
ment there B?mains duo and unpaid thosu&
of $20 00 and in default of any personal prop
erty, I have this day lovied upon snU lot Nq.
4 in Block No. 114, in said town of Astoria $te
provided by law, and on Tuesday tho Stfij &hj
of August 1873, at tho hour of 2 o'clock iv Mon
that day I will soil, tho abovo described Iw
No. 4, in Block 144, at tho Council Chambgr
door, in tho Town of Astoria Clatsop Counts
Oregon to tho highest biddqr thorofor in golS
or sifvor coin, to rocovor said sum of $2000
and accruing costs and expensos of sale.
W. M. CHANCE, City Marshy,
Astoria Orogon, July 7th 1S7..
JUSTICE COURT FOR THE PRECIS
of Asteria: Civil action to rocovor mon$!u
Stato of Orogon, County of Clatsop 3di
iGcorgo Birchard, Plaintiff,")
fRS vs. -To Thomas Dtrffr-
JlfiomasDungan.Dofond'ntJ gan thodofend'nt
above named: In tho namo of tho State of."
Orogon, you aro hereby required to appear be
fore tho undersigned, a Justico of tho Poae
for tho Precinct aforosaid, on tho lHth day oP
August, 1878, at 9 o'clock in the foronoon of
said day, at tho oflico of said Justico, in said
Precinct, to answer tho above named Plaintiff'
in a civil action. Tho Defendant will tal-jB
notice, that if ho fail to answor tho complaint
herein, tho Plaintiff willtako judgmont againrf
him for S8U 2"-100 dollars, and costs "anc dis
bursements of thii action.
Givon undor my hand this, 18th ay of Jtfi'B
1S73. 21. B. PARKE A, J ustico of the PeaSSL
05?" This Summons is published by an ore
of II. B. Parker. Justice of tho Peaco for As
toria puecinct, mado tho 18th day of Juno lJc
l,iw W Al. Jj. McEWAiN , Att'y for Pit
TERRITORY OF WASHINGTON, COTT
tv of Pacific. In tho Probato Court withjttl
and for said county. In tho matter of tho es
tate 01 .Liny Ji.ouy aeceasou. J. jj. ivnat
4he administrator of tho said ostato, havi
mado and filed in Court, his petition in writ
praying for an order of salo of tho roal Eat
belonging to the said ostato. Now thorofu
all porsons interested in tho said ostato
heroby required to bo and appear before tlte
said Court, at tho Cmrt room of said Court,"k
Oysterville in said county on Monday tho ltn
ayot August a. d. itxtf. at tho hour of
o'clock i.m. f said day, to show causo. if
thoro be, why such order should not bo gxi
Witnoss my hand and tho soal of said ClJJltS;
this 14th day of July a. d. 187..
M. S. GRISWOLD.
L. S.J Judge of tho Probate Cour
Astoria Fanner's Company,
THE STOCKHOLDERS OF THE ASTOlife
Farmer's Company aro heroby notified
mat an election wm iv.no piace at siona. vu
SATURDAY. August Uth, 1873, for thopurp
of electing soven Directors and othor otlietf
Byordorof tho Incorporators, tho stockhol
ers aro renuosted to bo prosont, in person or
proxy. P. LOV&
Albany, July 5. 1S73. j 17 td
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ST4IB
of Orogon, for tho County of Clatsop.
Margaret Brown, Plaintiff, vs. Allan BrowlJ,
Defendant: To- Allan Brown, defondant, jra
tho naifte- of tho Stato of Orogon, you
herebv reauirod to appear and answer
Complaint filed against you in the abovo
titled action at tho noxt torm ot tho attrap
entitled Court, to bo heLd at Astoria, County
and Stato aforesaid, on tho 12$ day of August
1S73, and if you fail so to answer tho Plaintiff
will apply to tho Court fbr tho relief demanded
therein, which is a divorce from tho bondto&f
matrimony with you. WM . L. M cE WAN l
jl Uw Solicitor for Plain ml.
OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT TH1
undtorsignod has been appointed by tl
County Court for tho S&ate of Oroscon. for tl
County f Clatsop, Administratrix of tho, -
tatcof Franklin Nickorson, deceasod. lato oi'
said county. All person indebted tosaidg?
tate aro horeby notified to make paymeai,
and all porsons having clarfns against said.e--tato
are horehy required fo jjre.sont thasoino
to mo, duly verified, atmyroMdenco in Astoria
in said1 county, within fcix months from Oils
Astoria, July 1. Ib73lw Administratrix
Petitipn to Sell Real Estato.
PUBLIC NOTICEls HERKBYGIVEN tbek
a notition to sell real estato of Julius Macs
deceased, h:is been made and will bo heard on
tho ISth day of August noxt, at an adjourned
term of tho Probato Court, to bo holden n4
Oysterville, Pacific County, Washington Terri
tory. All parties interested in aid pale aw
hereby notifiod to attend at said term of Courl
on tho day abovo montionod, and filo their t5
jections, if any. M. S. GRISWOLD.
. - . Judgo of Pro wjfta.
Oysterville, July 19, 1873. j24-itfi
Notice of Final Settlement.
THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OP
G. W. Codk. deceased. Bv order of Hon A.I.
Mofiitt, Judgo of tho Probato Court for Cla&np
county, Stato of Oregon, tho fist Monday hn
September;, 1S78, that being tho 1st day of said
month, is appointed for hearing objections and
nnai sotttonvent said estate.
GEORGE. FLAVEL, Adminiatrsttos
Astoria-, Jub' 10ao 1S73; jl2-
"WTOTICE S HEREBY G
iS-whom it may'concern that tho undersigned
naa niod, in tho. uouqty Court, ot cut
Counti Orogon for nor final account aa Ac
istratrixaf tha acitato of John Brown. dw
andthe siid Court lia3 fixo4 Septefaabirj
ai iornearinc omocupn? inersio;. :nJ
iELLiZABKTH B1WWN. Adminiatrttrtfe.
tiw. 1 Astoria Qrejon, J ul vjth.lfe7J.