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TUESDAY. August 19, 1873
From Manuscript of 1S50.
To-day they laid her in the tomh,
And I am left alone;
And hitting in her silent room.
I hear the wild winds moan.
They shriek and rave above her grave,
Like ocean wave, by tempest tossed;
They shriek their woe, they drift the snow
Above my loved and lott.
And must I tread the path alone,
The dreary path of life?
So one to cheer my faltering steps,
Bereft of thee, sweet wife.
Ah J through tho gloom of this lone room
I hear the winds moan above her bed.
They shriek and blow, they drift tho snow
Above my darling's. head.
It cannot bo; come back, come back!
I cannot live alone;
This earth is but a dreary waste
"With thy loved presence gone.
Still the winds moan with solemn tone
Alone! alone! the sad tears start.
The wild winds blow, they drift the snow
Above my dear one's heart.
Post Office Notice
Tho General Delivery at tho Astoria
Postoffico will be open daily, (except Sun
days), from 8 o'clock A. M. until 7 p. m.
On Sundays from 1 to 2 o'clock p. M.
3Ioney Orders issued from 8 a. m. to 4.
For Portland and intermediate offices,
at 5 o'clock a. jj. daily.
Por Skipanon, Seaside house, and Tilla
mook, daily on arrival of the mail from
Por Ports Stevens and Cape Disappoint
ment, Unity, Oysterville, and Olympia
Tuesdays and Thursdays, at 7:30 a. m.
Por Knappton, Grays river, Klaskanine,
Youngs river, Lewis and Clarke, Seha
em valley, etc., irregular.
Repafelic&n State Convention.
A Republican Stato Convention for the State
of Oregon, will be held at the city of Albany,
Thursday-the 11th day of Septoraber, 1873, at
2 o'clock p. m., for tho purpose of nominating
& candidate for Member of eg-ress, to fill the
vaeancy occasioned by tho death of Hon. J. Q.
"Wilson, and for the transaction of such other
business as may be deemed proper. The sev
eral counties Trill be entitled to Delegates in
such Convention as follews:
Ronton .. .......ft Linn ..... 8
Baker - 2 Lane 7
Clackamas- ..ft Marion 12
Columbia .l Multnomah 15
Clatsop .2 Polk. 4
Curry .. 1 Tillamook 1
Coos .. 3 Umatilla 3
Douglas. ...J Union- 3
Grant S Wasco- 3
Jackson 4 Washington J A
Josephine- 1 Yamhill - ft
Total number of Delegates &7
Tho Committee recommend that the soveral
eeantlos hoi 1 their Primary olections on Satur
day, August 23d, and their County Conventions
On Saturday, August 30, for election of Dele
gates to the State Convention.
C. W.PARRISH, Chairman
State Republican Committor
B. W. Wilsox, Secretary.
IN" PURSUANCE o THE ABOVE CALL
for x Republican Stato Convention voters of
Clatsop county are requested to meet in pro
cioct moetings in their respective precincts on
Saturday, the 23d day of August, 1873, at two
0,'clock p. xrM for thepurposo of selecting Dele
gates to tho County Convention, to be held at
Astoria on Saturday tho 30th day of August.
1873, at 10 o'clock i. m., for the purpose of se
lecting twoJDelogates to the Stato Convention
to bo hold in accordance with tho recommen
dation of the Stato Central Committee. Tho
precincts of Clatsop county are entitled to dele
gates to the County Convention in the follow
2; Astoria 14. Total number delogates, 21.
ay order oi the Couniy Committee,
aul'.'td J AS. W. WELCH, Chairman.
To Investors. Tho Northern Faciiir
Railroad Company has now built, eiuipped
and put in operation nearer 517 miles of its
main line of road through un oxcefrcnt coun
try and along what is known as the Valloy
Routo to the Pacific The finished portions
already enjoy a largo and fast increasing
traffic The sections approaching completion
connect the chain of Lakes with the navigation
of tho Upper Missouri and Columbia rivers
with Puget Sound, socuro at onco a large and
profitable- business .tiwi entitlo tho Company
to about 10,100,000 acres of excellent average
land in foe simple.
With those accomplished results, the Com
pany offer, and U now rapjdly selling, its
J-irst JMorgage Uonds. for completing the
eonTnetvn and equipment of its road across
the Continent. Aftor careful investigation,
we recommend theso bonds as a well secured
and unusually profitable investment. They
have 30 years to run; principal and interest
are payable in gold; tho interest (seven and
three-tenths per cont.) io-iual now to about
li per cent, in curroncy. Tho coupon and
registered bonds can bo exchanged for each
othor, at the pleasure of tho holder. Gold
checks for the semi-annual interest on the
restored bonds are mailod to the post office
address of tho ownor.
i'heso securities have tho following element"
vf strongth and safety: They aro tho obliga
tion of a strong corporation; they aro al?o a
inortgago on tho Road, its right of way, e iuip
ments and franchises, and a first lean on its
net earnings. In addition to thi usually suf
ficient security, there is pledged for tho pay
ment of tho principal and interest a Grant of
Land, averaging about 23,'KX) Acros per Mile
for tho entire length of tho Road. At the
average prfco por aero at which othor Land
Grants havo thus far boon sold, tlds real estate
security will yield iuoro than sril,)00 per
mile moro than throo times the pos.-iblo ii
' sue of bonds.
Tho Company ha already begun the pro
cess of redeeming and cancelling its first tttort
gage lntnds, as they aro now being received,
jit l.l!i in paymoat and exehango for the Com
pany's land. JAY COOKE Jfc CO.,
Philadelphia. Now York Washington,
- FhaaaphdAgenUN. P. K. R. Co
ing proportion, it being ooo for every ton Re
publican voters of the oloct&n in June 1S72,
viz: ClatSOD DreeinctS: Xehaloui 2: Wostnort
CLARKE, HENDERSON & COOK.
This Space is Reserved I
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: i - K,tt
r ft '3
" A A. $
1 4iU a
Dekum's New. Building!
Corner Eirst and Washington,
American Ex. Hotel
Cor. Front and Washington streets.
L. P. y. QUIMBY C. II. PERKINS.
THE PROPRIETORS WOULD RESPECT
fully inform tho traveling public, that the
American Exchange having been recently im
proved in all its departments, they aro now
prepared to offer superior inducements to their
patrons and tho public in general, at reduced
Board and Lodging, 31 to $1" 50 per day, ac
cording to room occupied.
Tho American Exchange coach will always
bo in readiness to convoy passengors and bag
gage to and from tho Hotel, froo of charge.
CIIEMEKETA UOTEL Saj.em. Orkgox.
B3"Tho cheapest andbostllotol in the State.
Free Coach to tho House.
(Kept on tho Europoan Plan',)
ZIEBER & H0LT0N PROPRIETORS
Cornor Stark and Front stroets, Portland.
RIARD HOUSE. n. C vz vbak, Proprietor.
Viow street, Victoria, British Columbia.
EMPIRE HOUSE J. O'Brien. Tropriotor.
Opposito Railroad depot and Steamboat
Landing, Kalama W. T. The best and cheap
est Hotel in Kahuna.-
G. B. COOK. W, H. AHDRUS.
(Kept on tho European Plan,) ,
COOK & ANDRUS PROPRIETORS
Cornor First and Morrison steets, Portland.
ACIFIC HOTEL Sikes &Ouimby, Proprs.
lain street, Olympia, W. T. Stage office.
RAILROAD HOUSE J. McGratii, Propr.
Good meals, clean beds, modorate prices.
Tenino, W. T., prosont terminus N.-P. R. It.
St. Charles Hotel, '
Corner Front and Morrison streets,
R. A. WHITE PROPRIETOR
THE ST. CHARLES IS THE ONLY BRICK
Hotel in Portland; has boon thoroughly re
paired and refurniahod since the fire, and is
now tho most comfortable and convenient
house in the Stato. altf
THE SEASIDE HOUSE.
MR. C. H. DEXTER.Forraorlyof tho "Cliff
House," San Francisco, announcos to his
friends and tho public that ho has leased tho
now and elegant Hotel recently erected by
Ben Holladay, Esq., upon the sito of the old
Summer House, at Clatsop Beach. The house
is Qlogantly furnished, and possesses all mod
orn improvements. A largo and spacious Din
ing Room, Billiard Room, extensive ' Parlors,
Bath Rooms, Hooms en su'ito, etc., etc., all
well arranged fo$ tho comfort of Guestt. The
(rnnnrlj nrn lmnfttiftillv Inifl mifr A linlf-TMiln
a splendid btablo, with baddlo Horses for
thoso who wish for Equestrian Tides ever tho
Beach; Bathing Houses, for Salt" Water Bath
ing and, in fact, ovorything necessary for tho
Pleasuro Sookor, the Tourist or the Invalid.
ucean, mountain, x orust u.uu aivcr ccuiiury,
combined, make this tho finoatPlaco of Resort
in tho World. Tho climate is equable never
subject to extremes of heat or cold and ono of
tho healthiest places upon tho Globe. The
Table will bo unexcollod, and tho subscriber
ledges himself that nothing will bo left un
done for tho pleasuro and comfort of his Pat
rons. Terms moderate and satisfactory.
CHARLES H. DEXTER.
(Fifteen Milos Northwest of Astoria.)
At Unity, Baker's Bay, W. T.,
THE UNDERSIGNED HAS PURCHASED
tho above houso at this favorite resort.
Having thoroughly renovated and furnished
tho sumo with now matorial, it will ho kept in
Tho table will bo furnished with tho best the
markot affords, Fresh Fish, Oystors and
Clams in ovcry style. No pains will be spared
to make guests comfortable
The abovo house is only ono and a, half miles
from tho Ocean Beach, whero anglers may en
joy raro sport. Boats, carrying passengers,
will ply between Unity and Astoria, connect
ing with Columbia Rivor boats. Tri-woekly
stages will run between Unity and Shoal
wator Bay. .fOdlN IIUNTEK, Proprietor,
A. C WIRT, PROPRIETOR.
Is prepared to ontertain tho public. Horses
and Coach, with Baggage agon and careful
drivers to convey parties to any point.
RS, CLOUTBIE AVISHES TO INFORM
the public that she has comnleted nor
largo new two-story houso, which is hard
finished throughout, and is now prepared to
rocojvo visitors at this well known resort.
1SIT0RS, WILL FIXD THE ABOVE
named House open for tho entertainment
of guet8 during tho season, as usual
J. K. Gill & Co.,
(Successors to G. A. Steel & Co.,)
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IK
BOOKS AXD STATIONERY.
Xo. 73 First streot, bet. "Washington and Stark
ZAN BROTHERS Manufacturers of Wisps,
Brooms and Brushes, Front St., bit Uak
and Pine, Opposite the old stand, Portland. -xMTBrooiuCorB
wrantad. - jtf
Track, with Shell drivo; Croquet Ground
's Play, Ground, Swings, etc., etc.
unontho creek: plenty of Trout lislnnir:
rORTLAD ADVERTISEMENTS. .
W. Jackson & Co.,
Front Streot, Portland,
i Importers and Wholesale Dealers in
Plated Ware, Wooden Ware,
Coal Oil, Furnishings,
And also Agents for Terkins & nouso's Patent
Metallic Kerosene or Coal Oil
K?T Our stock having been selectod and ship
ped direct to us from manufacturers in the
East and Europe, wo aro prepared to sell to
tho trade at such rates as wo think will induco
trado. , aui2 tf
Geleliratea Spectacles ana (rlasses
Manufactured by Lazarus & Morris,
ANEW METHOD OF FITTING GLASS
os to tho eyo of any porson who cannot
sparo tho timo to como and solect for them
selves. Any person who will send us a copy
for sample of tho smallest sized typo that thoy
can road at an ordinary distanco, can be fitted
to glasses that will suit tho oyo.
L. C. HENRICHSEN, & Co.; Solo Agents,
10i First streot; Portland. au7
Allen & Lewis,
Shipping and Commission
Merchants, and Wholosalo Dealers.
18, 20 and 22 North Front at, Portland Oregon
San Francisco effice:
Corner of California and Front Stroets.
Honry Jamos Gate.
Laidlaw & Gate
Importers and Commission 3Ierchants,
23 Front Street, Portland. Oregon.
REDFERN, ALEXANDER & Co.
S. G-. Skidmore,
Druggist and Apothecary,
nns Romoved to his
NEW AND ELEGANT STORE,
111 First et., nozt to L. C. Hcnrichson's,
Portland, Oregon. au7
Claims on the TJ. 3.,
AND ON ANY STATE.
ALL KINDS OF MILITARY. NAVAL
and Indian Claims. Modoc War vouchers.
collected by tho undersigned. Monoy advanc
ed on tho awards of the Auditors,
fi Persons having business with Depart
ments at Washington, and with any State, will
ploaso apply to C. M. CARTER,
Attornoy for Claimants,
au7tf Portland, Oregon.
Piaaos Mater ni Tier,
Cornor Third and Snlmon Street",
PORTLAND. ----- OltEGOX.
UPRIGHT PIANOS MADE TO ORDER.
&Pianos and Organs Repaired and Tuned.
ALL WORK GU VRAXTKEP.
OREGON BOOT AND SHOE STORE!
S. M. BARK, J. C. KIXG3LEY.
BARE & KINGSLEY,
PRINCIPAL RETAILERS OF THE STA
plo brands of Extern, California and Ore
gon Boots and Shoes, No. Vi-'i First street cor
ner Yamhill. Portland Oregon.
J33T With our long oxporionco nnd small ox
penso ro aro enabled to sell cheaper than any
other houso in tho city of Portland. As tho
proverb goes $1 IX) saved is $2 00 made: Call
and seo and givo lis your trade.
BARR & KIXGSLEY.
F. OPITZ, Proprietor,
First Street, near Vine, Portland, Oregon
MANUFACTURE all kinjJs of Fancy Bis
cuits, Crackers, Pilot, Ship and Naval
bresd. Orders addressed as abovo promptly
attended to, au!4 tf
Goto G. A. SHEPPARD'S !
Corner of Yamhill and First streets,
PORTLAND ; OREGON,
Grocei jes Grocorios
Grocei Jos Groceries
Grocorios GROC2JSIES Groceries
Grocei ies Groceries
Grocei ies Groceries
"WHOLESALE OR RETAIL.
rsrTho bo?t stock of STAPLES 'and TEA
in Orogon, All goods warranted. ,
tsiiAK.-ffl , auam
"Whereas, Under tho Act of tho Legis
lative n&ciiiblv of the State of Orpgob,
entitled an Act to protect litiranfei,'"ap
proved October 24th, 1S70. "The T$i
eekly Astorian, a newspaper pub
lished at Astoria Clatsop Countv Oregon,
has been designated to publish 'the legal
and judicial advertisements for the county
of Clatsop in the State of Oregon.
"Whereas, The proprietor of said Tri
"Wkkkly Astorian has tiled with tho
County Clerk of said county of Clat-op
written stipulations accepting tho condi
tions of said Act, together with n bond
approved as the law directs, with a propc?
return and notice thereof to this office, eo
cording to law
Now, therefore, the said Tri-"We3iY
Astoria is hereby proclaimed to be fir
pointed and confirmed as tho medium
through which all legal and judicial ao
vertisements for the County of Clatsop la
the State of Oregon shall be publi&bttl
for the period authorized by law.
In testimonj whereof I have hereunto J
my hand and caused the seal of the State of
Oregon to bo affixed, at the Execute
office in the city of Salem this tweitf
fourth day of July a. d. 1S73.
By the Governor,
f- L.F. GROVERr
L.S Attest: S. F. Ciiadwick,
K- Secretary of Statfr.
"Writ of Special Election.
To the Sherifts of the several Countfc
within the State of Oregen:
'iikrkas. At a general election held on.tlfcs
third day of June, a. p., 1S72, tho Hon. Joffio
S. Wilson was duly elected Representative of
tho Stato of Orogon in thoForty-thirdCengre
of tho United States: and
Whereas, Sinco the said olectior, said offlBc
has become vacant by the death of said inctio
Whkkeas, By provision of tho Constitutfcm
of tho Unitod States, and tho laws of this 8tat,
it has becomo tho duty of tho Governor thx
of to issue his writ of election to fill suehat
cancy; Now, thcreforo, I, L. F. Grover, Gorertso?
of the Stato of Oregon, do horoby comman4
you and each pf you to notify tho serersj
Judges of Election within and for your seTtraJ
countios, to hold a special election of Repre
sentative in Congress to fill tho vacancy &fcie
said, on Monday, tho (13) thirteenth day ,rf
0ct6Ter, 1578, and that you causo all prop
notices to bo given thereof according to ljfc
Giron under my hand and tho seal of toe
Stato of Oregss, at Salem, this tenth' day txf
July, a. d. 1873.
fL. S.l L. F. GROVER
Attest: S. F. Ciiadwick-
Secretary of Stato OrcfflBu
rJ THE COUNTY COURT of THE STATH
of Oregon, for tho County of Clatsop, JnQr
7th, 1873. In tho matter of tho estate of Mi$
L. Callendor doceased. It appearing to tb
Court, upon the petition of Philo Callende
administrator of said estato, praying for an -der
to sell tho real estate of said deceased thai
it is necessary that said real estato bo sold fj
pay tho expenses of administration and elaima
against tho estate; it is ordored, that all po
sons interested insaidostato bo cited to appeet
boforo this Court, on Monday. September Ip.
AUIU. Bb fcliu VUU11-UUU3D 1U XlMlilU. WlSlKil
ivT' .. v pui.t.ii n..n ; : -j
county, Oregon, to show causo, if any there
why liconso should not bo granted to the tu
administrator, to sell said real ostate deseril
ed as follows, to-wit: Part of sections Xo. 4,
8 and i of township 7, north ranga 10 werf
suumu in sum couiuy ui v.ini5op, coniamipit
:fti0 acres, and that notico of said application
be published in tho Tri-Wookly Astorian, rUt
four successive weeks, boforo said 1st day of
Septembor, 1&73. J. W. MOFF1TT,
j24:-lth County Judp.
X THE C1RCURT COURT OF THE ST-Ol
I w vifewn ivr liiu .iujiij VI VlUUUJIi
Anderson, Defendant: To Lewis P. Anderson
the defendant, Jn tho namo of tho Sta4 of
Orogen: You aro hereby required to ax
swer tho complaint filed against you in tfe
abovo entitled suit, at the first term of Mirt
Court to bo held at Astoria in and for fI4
County and Stato noxt after six weeks from tho
date of this Publication. And if you fall o t
answer, tho plaintiff will apply to tho CouXJ
for tho relief demanded therein, which fe a
Dissolution of the marriage contract with jCfa.
By order of the Court. W M . L. McE WAX
Atty. for Plaints.
Dated July 2ofh. 1S73. jaseiy.
milE TAX PAYERS of CLATSOP X7U
JL ty Oregon, will take notico that on the hh$
Monday in August, tho Board of Equalisation
will attond at tho office of tho County Clerk of
Clatsop county and publicly examine the As
sessment rolls, and correct all errors in raha
tion, description or qualities of lands, or othv
property, W. M. CHANCE. Asaewo.
Astoria August 2, 1873. au5.
No. 1 North-Front Street, PorflaadL
DEALER IN WINES AND LIQUORS .4XD
Manufacturer of Syrups Cordial. Bitter,
etc., etc. Solo agent for John WellantPs J'hiJ
adelphja Browory, San Francisco. Be by
the keg or bottle.
Goods dollvorcd to any part of the State.
CENTRAL MARKF,Tt Stalls No, 27 &!,
JQHysoa" & SPAVWVSQ,
Dealers in all kinds of FRESH MEATS, and
packers of Beef and Pork. The highest pri
paid for all kinds of fat stock. jakf
PORTLAND BOX FACTORY North FmJ
street, Portland, Oregon,
Boxes of every description constantly on bD&
and mado to order. Orders addressed to John
Harlow, corner of First and E street, wl
meet with prompt attention. j2tf
E, MIL WAIN.
93 Front and 00 First Stroot,
r,L- WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEAiRS
in Stoves, Sheet-iron, Tin-plate, etc. Pluxnt
ing and Gas fitting cheaper than any oihar
house in town.
-ii i . ,
HILL'S PATENT PROVED SPRING
Stamp, for stamping Linen and la00 othwr
articles. A silver-plated stamp of fino tath
and perfect construction, with lxttlo of bft
Indeliblo Ink, Ink Pad, and throo entire AV
phabets, enclosed in a noat box, with fall In
structions, sent prepaid for only zl'ti. T&
oc?t tning tor tlio price over lnvontd. IjaA
wanted. H. C. Barnard Jc Co..31 1 OIJvS2l