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ASTORIA . Jan. 10, 1S74
lost Office Notice.
The Gencr.il Delivery at the Astoria
Postofficc will be open dail-, (except Sun-da-i),
from 8 o'clock a. m. until C p. m.
On Sundays from 1 to 2 o'clock p. m.
Money Orders ibbued from S a. m. to 4.
For Portland and intermediate office?,
at hxA o'clock a. m. Tuesdays, Thursdays
Por Skipanon, Seaside house, and Tilla
mook, Tuesdays, Thursdays, Saturdays.
Por Ports- Stevens and Cape Disappoint
ment, Unity, Ovstervillc, and Olympia
Tuesdays and Thur.-days, at 7:80 a. m.
Porlvnappton, Grays river, Klakanine,
Youngs river, Lewis and Clarke, Neha
lem valley, etc., irregular.
1. Any person who takes a paper regu
larly from the post-office whether direct
ed to his name or another's, or whether he
has subscribed or not is responsible for
'2. If any person orders his paper discon
tinued, he must pay all arrearages, or the
publisher may continue to send it, until
payment is made, and collect the whole
amount whether the paper is taken from
the oiiice or not.
0. The coui ts have decided that refusing
to take newspapers and periodicals from
the post-office, or removing and leaving
them uncalled for, is prima facie evidence
( f intent ional fraud.
CHANGES IN POSTAL LAWS.
1. Pranking privilege abolished.
1. Xo mail matter can pass free.
:). Publishers must pay postage on ex
4. Po-tal cards cannot bo sent to dead
letter office, nor used a second time.
o. Postage must be collected on newspa
pers published in the county, when deliv
ered through the mails.
(. Ordinary cards may be sent through
the mails with "one cent stamp, provided
the message is printed. The address may
Churcli Xo trees,
Congregational Church, Rev A W Tcnny
Pastor, Divine services every Sunday at 10)4
a Mand 7 i i Prayer Meeting overy Thurs
day evening, Sunday School meets at 12 ai
(Iraco Church, (Prot. Episcopal) Rev. T A
Jlyland Rector, Divine services every Sunday
at 101 a ai and 7 i ai; Sunday School at 1 i ai
U. S. MAIL AXD EXPRESS.
From Astoria to Clatsop Beach !
Past HOUSES! Good CAliRIAGE!
LEAVES ASTORIA EVERY TUESDAY,
Thursday and Saturday Mornings.
Arrive Same Mornings at the
And SEA SIDE HOUSE.
RETURNING Leaves those Houses every
Monday, Wednesday and Friday, connecting
with steamer to Portland each way.
itF Distance twenty-four miles, faro $1 50.
II. 15. PARKER. Pioprietor.
The Steam Tug Vat-una
fW WiH leave Astoria every
g3iV Xr A TUESDAY and SATURDAY
J&f t?z4- Morning, for
Carrying Mails, Passengers and Freight.
tt33u Other days of the -.vcek she will be ready
to go anywheie that business may justify. Is
prepared to lighter cargoes, freight, hay, cattle
and wood. J . II. D. GRA 1 Agent, Astoria.
The fast sailing Sloop
W. II. TWILIGHT, iSSsfe.
R M LOWE , .Master
1? now in readiness to Charter for Pleasure
Pai ties, Freight or Passengers. Headquarter
Coiner Main and J efterson streets, Astoria.
ONLY REGULAR PACKET BETWEEN
ASTORIA AND CLATSOP.
Carrying the U. S- Mail!
jlug well ivnown sloop '-a.i
MARY H., M
W, J. FRANKLIN- ...Master
Leave? Clatsop every Monday, Wednesday
and Friday, on arrival of Stages, connecting
at Astoria with the steamer Dixie Thomiison.
Returning, leaves Astoria every Tuesday,
Thur.-day and Saturday, connecting with the
Coaches for the Ueaeh. Extra trips made to
accommodate the traveling public.
GrEORGE B. McEwAX
TS PREPARED TO CONSTRUCT BOATS
L of every description, of the best materials,
on short notice, and guarantees to give satis
ifcvUcforo sending to San Francisco or else
where, give mo a call. o!4tf
COLUMBIA RIVER. PIUDFTSI
P. JOHNSON, v M. M. GILMAN,
31. A. SNOW, G.REED,
P. E. FERCIIEN. C. S. "WRIGHT, Agent.
EST Oi'kic.e Corner of Main and Chenamus
streets, Astoria, Orogon.
ORTLAND BOX FACTORY-North Front
street, Portland, Oregon.
Boxoaof every description constantly on hand,
and made to order. Orders addressed to John
Jlarlow, corner f Fitst and E streets, will
meet with prompt attention. j29tf
Astouian Okfick, Jan. 9,
Following is a correct list of prices ruling in
this market to-day:
Sugars Crushed t It) It
San Francisco Golden l'2
Sandwich Island 1234
Cofioo Costa Rica J-
Fresh Ground '-TilA
Teas Yroung Hyson 75
Flour Standard i sack 1 67
Meal ' sack 2 00
Crackers tUb 10
Candles , 2o
Fine Salt f cwt 2 2-1
Vinegar gallon "0
Golden Syrup "& gallon o
Hams "r lb lfc20
Bacon lb i:lo
Lard lb loWl
Ruttcr r lb iM&iiy,
Eggs dozen 50
Cheese ii lb 20(wr2"
Apples Green r bushel 7o
Peaches dried t lb lifts IS
Honey lb none
Potatoes "r1 bu 7-)
Onions fy lb :c
Bran V cwt., $1 10; Shorts 1 7.", heat, 2 J"
Hay per ton SIS 00
Oats V lb 1
Oil cako "c1 cwt .2 'Jo
Hides, dry, V 12c j 1 ic
" green lb 5 ( o'c
Deer Skins, "vx lb 2oc
Elk skins lb l-lc
FRANK J. TAYLOR.
Office Brown's Building. Special attention
given to the examination of titles and the col
lection of debts. oc'iUtf
1VM. L. ZtfcEWAN,
JUSTICE OF THE PEACE,
rt'rr" Always Ready for Business.""
HENRY S. AIKEN,
A. VAN DCTSEN,
DR. S. " DODD,
PHYSICIAN AND S-URGEON,
GEORGK H. DURHAM.
DURHAM & THOMPSON,
Attorneys at Law, Portland.
Office 1UJ First Street, opposite Occidental
AL P. MULKEY,
ATTORNEY AT LAW - Portland.
Office in Httock's Building, Corner Front
and Stark sts.. up Stairs), slti
CAPLES & MOKELAXD,
Attorneys at Law, Portland) Oregon
Office in Pittock's Building, Corner of Front
and Stark streets, (up Stairs). sl(
A. II. TOWNSKNI).
TOWNSEND & BEAL,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
Qffiok In Odd Fellows' Temple. fnl-l
O. P. MASON,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
35 Land Cases and Titles a special ty.lvtt
Dr. A. D. ELLIS,
PIIY'SICIAN AND SURGEON
Office on Stark Street, Portland, Oregon
KRUH3IEN cfc GILBERT,
ARCHITECTS AND DRAUGHTSMEN,
Crdo's Building Portland, Oregon.
V3TThe Best Counsel; the Best Draughts
men; the Best Model Workmen, and best
Patent Agent at "Washington; the only reliable
place to got your intentions put through in
Sam. M. Smith,
CoK First and Ash sts., Portland.
TTAS JUST RECEIVED A FULL STOCK
PAINTS AND OILS,
Paiht and Whitewash BRUSHES
- , LARD, OIL, ALCOHOL,
Kerosene, Turpentine, Etc.
KSTGonuino Bay Rum.'a o21tf
New Tobacco, Cigar ami 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, ever imported into tliis mar
ket, and takes pleasure in offering the same to
bis old friends, customers, and the trade gen
erally, at prices that defy competition.
- Eleven years business experience in
Portland, has made "him fully familiar with
thewanfs of the trade of the'Northwest Coast,
andlheroforo his stock has been selected es
pecially for the trade auiWtf
Allen & Lewis,
Shipping and Commission
Merchants, and "Wholesale Dealers.
18, 20 and 22 North Front st, Portland Oregon
San Francisco effice:
Corner of California and Front Streets.
Henry James Gate.
Laidlaw & Grate,
Importers and Commission Merchants,
20 Front Street, Portland. Oregon.
ItEDFERN, ALEXANDER & Co.
R. J. Walker,
Soda, Sarsapnrilki and Cider,
All kinds of Syrups, Porter,
Ale and J$randy Coloring.
Cor. Front and Ash Streets,
Portland, Oregon. slC
George L. Hibbaud,
Shipping, Storage, and Commission
No, 21 Xortli First str., Corner of Ash,
DEALER IX OUEGOX and California Pro
duce, also Importer of and holcsalo
dealer in C. A. & C. M. liibbard's celebrated
Hand Made Boots and Shoes.
wa-CalL and examine my stock before pur
cha?ing elsewhere. Consignments solicited.
uj&. All business entrusted to mo will receive
prompt attention. slotf
W. Jackson & Co.,
Front Street, Porthind,
Importers and Wholcsalo Dealers in
Plated Ware, Wooden Ware
Coal Oil, Furnishings,
And also Agent" for Perkins fc House's Patent
Metallic Kerosene or Coal Oil
iXtT Our stock having been selected and ship
ped direct to us Horn manufacturers in the
East and Europe, wo aro prepared to sell to
the trade at such rates as wo think will induce
trade. aul2 tf
Manufactured by Lazarus & Morris,
NEW METHOD OF FITTING- GLASS-
n5 in f.lin nvn n? nnv norsnn -urlin rnnnnf
spare the time to come and select for them
selves. Any person who will send us a copy
for sample of the smallest si.ed type that they
can read at an ordinary distance, can be fitted
to glasses that will suit the oyo.
L. C. HEXRICHSEX, & Co., Polo Agents,
10!) First street, Portland. au7
D. -tt. WILLIAMS.
Williams & Myers,
tfo. 5 Central Block, Front st., Portland.
Groceries and Oregon Produce,
Grain, Plour, Mill Feed,
Bacon, Lard, etc.
Ample Five-Proof Storage,
S, San Francibco Agent,
slG G. MITCIILER, 213 Clay btreet.
n. c. JAXION.
JAXION, RHODKS k CO.,
ictoria, 13. C.
Janioii & Rhodes,
Importers and Commission Merchants
Front Street, Portland.
Lloyd's Agents for Oregon
THE PIONEER ENGLISH HOUSE IX
the city, and the founders of -a direct lino
of Clipper Ships between Liverpool and Port
land, offer for sale the largest assortment of
"Appointed Agents for J & R Ten
nent's Celebrated brand of Ale and Stout;
"Wm Younger & Co's Celebrated Edin
burg ale; Gflroy Brothers & Co.'s Dundee
Gram Sacks, wool Sacks and Burlaps,
sTSole Agents for Blood, "Wolfe &
Co's Celebrated brand of ale and Stout;
Ind, Coope & Co.'s Celebrated Burton
ale; "VVm McEwan's Celebrated Edin burg
ale; "Worthington's Liverpool Salt; Hock
in, "Wilson & Go's Celebrated London
Pickles and Sauces; J & J Armibtead's
Celebated Durham Mustard; J&HD
Grimond's Celebrated Dundee Hemp Mat
ting and Carpeting; George Curling & Cos
Citrates and D rugsjDunville'siriidi "Whis
ky; Stewart's Scotch "Whisky; Hill, Evans
& Cos English Malt Yinegar; Nobles &
Hoare's London Varnishes; John Fowler
& Cos Celebrated Steam Plows. au!2
J. K. GrILL & Co.,
(Successors to G. A. Steel &. Co.,)
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS Ef
BOOKS AND STATIONERY.
No. 7.3 Firststreet, bet. "Washington and Stark
K1 Hi I
jjjafioiml jawsuwss $olleci
PORTLAND, OREGON, 5
A TFORDS SUPERIOll ADArANTAGES
XA. for tho thorough Commercinl Education
of young and middlo agetl men. Send for Col
lege paper, nlo UkFKANCE.JAMES.
VJ JilOAVJiUliLliiNIi Til -K " HOME"
fcewmg AL. chmo KE(JE.TL1 patented.
Combines all IMPROVEMENTS
of other Machines. A CI 11 LI) can
I. UN and 1 N DEKSTAND it. It is
the BEfcT, because the SIMPLEST
and NOTjiable to get out yf order,
J'urnishcd in live diiVereut styles,
rrices from 0 to SO 2NIlars.
Ilemmerand Feller, Rmider.Ruf
fler., Gauge, Quilter, extra Throat
plate, Shuttle, bix Bobbins, twelve
Needles, etc., FREE 1111 EACH
Jte3" Guarantees Perpetual. v?a
We also continuo to sell the favorite HOME
SHUTTLE. Prices REDUCED .No. 1, 2S:
No. 2, 8 10: No. :, half case), $ io. Orders for
EITHER Machine promptly filled and forwar
ded, on receipt of price.
Hd. ACTIA E AGENTS WANTED. Oil and
all kinds of Sewing Machine Needles for sale.
GEO. W. T HAYEK, Gen'l Agent.
S. Xr. cor. Morrison and Third streets.
d2:3m Portland. Oregon
Established Twenty-two Years.
S. J. McCormick.
Franklin Book Store!
BOOKSELLER AiSTD STATIONER,
19 First, Street, Portland, Oregon.
Coiibtantly on Hand, a full Stook of
STjLNDABD SCHOOL BOOKS,
And Staple Stationery.
American Ex. Hotel,
Cor. rron.t and Washington streets.
L. P. AV. QULUBY C. H. PERKINS.
THE PROPRIETORS WOULD 11ESPECT
fully inform tho traveling public, that tho
American Exchange having been recently im
proved in all ite departments, they aro now
prepared to offer superior inducements to thoir
patrons and the public in general, at reduced
Board and, Lodging, Si to Si 50 per day, ac
cording to room occupied.
The- American Exchange coach will always
be in readiness to convey passengers and bag
gage to and from the Hotel, free of charge.
(Kept on tho European Plan,)
ZIECER & HOLTON PROPRIETORS
Corner Stark and Front streets. Portland.
G. U. COOK. TV. H. ANDRUS.
(Kept on the European Plan,)
COOK & ANDRUS PROPRIETORS
Corner Eirst and Morrison steets, Portland.
'RS, CLOUTRTE WISHES TO INFORM
tho public that she has completed her
largo new two-story house, which is hard
finished throughout, and is now prepared to
rcceivo visitors at this well known resort
VISITORS WILL FIND THE ABOVE
named TTouso open for tho entertainment
of guests during tho season, as usual
BY VIRTUE OF AN EXECUTION issued
upon a decreo of the Circuit Court of tho
State of Oregon for the County of Clatsop,made
on thel'Jth day of August, lbT.'Un which James
Taylor is Plaintiff, and John M. Shively is de
fendant, commanding and directing mo to sell
lots two (2.) three (3), ten (10), and eleven (11),
in block numbered one hundred aad fifteen
(115), of Shivoly's Astoria, in tho Countv of
Clatsop, in tho"Stato. of Oregon, or so many of
them as may bo sufficient to pay and satisfy
tho several sums of money in said decreo,
specified, to-wit: The sum of three hundred
and twenty-eight dollars and seventy cents
(S32$ 70), in United states gold coin, with in
terest thereon in liko United States gold coin,
at tho rate of one per cent, por month in favor
of said plaintiff and against said defendant
.John M. Shively. together with costs and dis
bursements taxed at niroteen dollars and forty
cents (S1U 40), and other costs to accrue on said
execution, I have this day levied upon all tho
right, title, interest and estate of tho said John
M. Shively, in and to the said lots two (2)r
three (a), ten (10) and cloven (11), in said Klock
one hundred and fiftoen (115), ir said Slavery's
Astoria, in Clatsop county. State of Oregon,
and shall proceed to sell the same at Public
Auction to the highest bidder for cash inUnited
States gold coin, on SATURDAY, tho 17th
day of Januarj't 1&74, at two (2), o'clock p. m.
of said day, at tho Court-house- door, in the
County of Clatsop, and State of Oregon.
W. H. TWILIGHT, Sheriff
, , Clatsop County Oregon.
Dated at Astoria, Dec. 20th, 1873. 12U 4w
TIIE HOMESTEAD PROPERTY, belong
ing to tho estate of A. firiWhv rioMvasnrl- i
for ront. For particulars apply to
. H. S. AIKEN, Administrator
X Astoria. TVnV. 20th. 1K72-tf nf cnM VuMb
---. 7 --.. -., w.w. .. V. -1.H JLUkt
Eeal Estate Directory
And Correspondence Bureau.
lams, Bnili Lots or Blocis,
ADVERTISED, SOLD, OR EXCHANGED.
By D. C. IRELAND, Agent.
iXitT" There are so many inquiries concern
Real Estate in and about Astoiia. and theie
being no particular way for buyer and seller
to meet each sther, we have concluded to
open a REAL 1 STATE DIRECTORY, in
this Olnce. 1 arties having property to sell,
or parties wishing to puichaso -vw ill be per
mitted to uso our columns, for the pun ose
of effecting such transfers, at mere nominal
charges. Send desciiptit ns, pi ice. etc., that
peoplo may know what you have for sale.
Description. Lots. Block. Tiice-
lUcOlure's Astoria (six lots) Sl t.Vo
&&" Thcso lots are well worth the money
they are each 5U by 1U0 feet, very well situated;
FARM TOR SALE.
rpiIE DONATION LAND CLAIM of ALVA.
1 CONDIT, on Clatsop Plains,
One of the Fme.-t Situated placed in Clat
Consisting of Six. Hundred and Forty Acres,,
nearly all under fence, with anico Orchaid,.
together with Stock, Plows, and other Agii
cultural Implements, including a new "Wagon,,
team of Horses, harness, etc., is now offered,
for sale on very favorable terms, 1- or i ni ticu
lars, address, ALA A CONlJlT,
n'2o 2m Skipanon, Clatsop Co., Ogn
FARM FOR SALE.
ACRES GOOD FARAIING LAND
on Klaskanino Creek is offered for
sale very cheap for cash. The location is fine::
One and a half miles fiom the Lover
Landing on the Military Bend, and
on the Hail road Survey.
A firtt class location for a Hotel, Summer
Resort, or Dairy Ranch.
Forty acres of this ground borders on Klas
kanino creek. There is an orchaid of hul) trees
on tho place. A bargain is offered. For par
ticulars inquire of D. C. IRELAND,
aulii lm Astorian Office..
New and Second-hand Furniture
Spring, Hair, Feather,
Alob&, Wool, and Puin Reds,
Rlankets, Spreads, Sheets,
Pillows, Pillow Casjes, etc
H j Prico Paid for
Corner of Pirbt and Taylor Streets,
Portland, Oregon. slG.
Corbett, Failing & Co
Henry Failing and 11. W. Cortctt & Co.,
53 and Do Frost st-, Portland.
T3IP011TERS AND AV1I0LESALE DEAL
1 ers in
ROPE, Etc., Etc.
Agents for tho sale of
LAMB HITTING: IACHIE.
A PAIR OF SOCKS IN THIRTY MINUTS
Knits Hosiery, Mittens, and Gloves of all.
bizes, eomplete, without a seam.
iHTSondfOE-Circular. Agents Wanted.
A-VAIL, General Agent,
Rock River Paper Comp'ys.
UT ON FOR EIGHT DOLLARS
Prepared Plaster-iny Board,
Slieathiisg, ant3 Carpet Baper.
For 3ale-by II. C. MORKICE.
3Iasonic Temple-, Portland. .
Regalias and Trimmings I'
Only Regalia House in. the State.
MASONIC BOOKS AND BLANKSGOLD
and SilvejrLocesvFrihgesvSpafflsrles, Stars
Uullion, otc. H- C- MOK1UCE,
nb'tf MosonusTemplb, Portlands
Oregon Steam Navigat'n Co.
IN THE ABOVE LINE
WILL LEAVE ASTORIA for Portland,
T 7 three times a week as follow, ugtil fur
ther notice. ' ' i-.
Tuesdays, Thursd ajSaturjy
at 6 o'clock, a. m. retuminRon aUeraato'day?.