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Gkeat Britain at this titno is
the country whirh permits great
est freedom of foretjrn trade. But
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jiiirituiu i a uui nit u i "si, awimiiii
example of the effects of free trade.
That distinction belongs to the
country in which the largest num
ber of people enjoy the most com
plete freedom of exchange, and
that country is not England but
the United States of America.
There are not and there never
were in the world so many people
inhabiting a territory so great and
?o various in climate, soil and pro
ducts, who deal with each other
absolutely without restriction, as
the fifty odd millions who now in
habit this country. There are
more people in the. United StateB
now than there were in Spain,
France and Great Britain together
when the Constitution of the Uni
ted States was adopted, which
most wisely secured absolute free
dom of trade between tfie States.
Under this freedom of trade all
have prospered. And if prosperity
has been secured to the States by
this freedom of trade, why would
not this prosperity be increased
if the freedom were extended
to trade with our neighbors ?
If protection is a good thing for a
community and a commuuity can
create wealth by simply forbidding
its members .to buy cheap things
abroad and compelling them to
buy dear things at home, it is
obvious thai the framers of the
constitution made a mistake in
leaving interstate commerce free,
ff tt can all gk ricli by taxing
each other, Rhode Island was
right in refusing to come into the
Union unless she got a tariff of
her own. and wrong in withdraw
ing her refusal. Suppose Pennsyl
vania were, by common consent,
to enact, a tariff of her own. She
could enact a tariff which would
suit her without tho necessity of
log-rolling with greedy and selfish
persons who want cheap iron and
of compromising her interests to
meet theirs. And what Pennsyl
vania could do for the foundries
Massachusetts could do for the
woolen mills until they had fostered
the infantindustries of cloth-making
in Pennsylvania and iron-forging
in Massachusetts and each of these
Commonwealths produced every
thing it consumed. There would
be a real creation of "home mar
kets" and a development of "home
industries." There would be a
rpal triumph of protection.
before the New-
York State Prison committee re
garding out rages practiced on con
victs, reveals a terrible record of
cruelty. In an investigation A.
Hessler, an ex-eouvict who was
confined at Sing Sing, Auburn
and Clinton, said lie was crippled
by an explosion ou the Staten Is
land ferry-boat Wcstfield. He was
drafted to Clinton Prison on Jan
uary 21, 1SS1. On bis arrival he
was deprived of his stick and
brace. He was not abl to work '
and was punished by paddling and
being put in a dungeon with a j
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ter being paadled again he was
stripped and thrust into a dark
ecu, noouea witn water, lie wasi
then placed in the screened cell , Jf CBMlV I I I
chained to the floor and half1
starved. He was icpeatedly- TT
kicked and beaten by Keeper j Hereatter all OU1
liaggerty would tantalize him by
showing him food and then eating put Up Ulldcr OUl OWI1
it. unc oavuasrijeriv inrew mm
h live jat, which he ravenously de- j
voured. The next day he broughl
him some live mice to eat, and
called a number of the other
keepers to witness the exhibition.
On one occasion he was taken out
and ordered to fall in line for the
dining room. Unable to stand
without his brace he fell on the
floor fjeverely pashtng hiu head.
He centinued: "Uaggerty came
and&ragged me out of lay cell
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uiiKies urmivuen wiincora. liasr-
jrcrty then dragged me out in the
, hall and threw four (fans of water
on tn, after which he deprived me
of my clothes and cast me into a
dark cell the floor of which he
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saturated with water, so 1 might!
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then brought several .men to laugh j
and jeer at me, and offered me aj
razor to cut my throat or a rope to '
hang myself with, after which he j
left me in total darkness, naked,
upon the wet stone floor, and with
English capitalists seem to
have a mutual understanding re
garding American mining invest
ments, and have nothing more to
do with them. American land and
cattle companies constitute a fa
vorite form of investment at pres I
At Chadwell, Feb. 4th, to the wife of
D. J. lnsalls, a son. weight 11 pounds.
a. terms urivat
terms private. Also.. ijol -1. Block 10,
McClure's Asr. with Improvements thetpon.
Also throe cood farms within -a.v distance
of Astona terms easv. IaAs iu Mi-ClnreS.
Shlveh's and Adair's Astoria, and Hirer
blocks" in Alderbrook fifteen acres ti!o!:il
on Young's I5a . Also, a ood paying bul
uess in Astoria
tf 1J0Z0RTII & JOHN
BIDS FOR THE ITAULIXG OF TlfE
J'oint Adams Packing ronipMiy for ihe
ensuing season will be received at the oflicv
of the company, at upper Astoiia, until Sat
urday, Fab. 17tti,:it two o'clock l si.
W. 11. "WOOD,
Astoria, Or.. Feb. loth, S. d 1 w k
Drugs and Chemicals
J. E. THOMAS,
Prescriptions carefully comioundcd
Day or Uight.
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?iDnnVa QTirl CftatinnoMsn
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AOTIOXS & TOYS, S C
2 1 Blankbooks,
g JEWELEY, S1LYERWARE S H
i SntisRrlnfinn Nrws Ttennt S
PIANOS and ORGANS 5?
U S ForsaloonerLSvinst.illmpn! tilan
also some for rent- S u
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j SHEET MUSIC & MUSICIAN'S 5 V
! SUPPLIES. z
I KEEP $
The het assortment In the rity : ;u
H 5 a full m
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mock oi evervimnz Kept in STl
, and va- J
H S riety Store, and my Prices will S H
g oe lounu in every instance - u,
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.,Htoria. Oregon. .
Important ! !
Unless bought of
M. JOHNSON &
N. B. All goods bearing our
label are guaranteed to be strictly
Pure and Of Best auailtV. and
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an wld fejr so otbtr Hoiw.
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PRJQR TD STOCK TAKING.
Wg offep SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS
in our line of
Dress Goods, SUks, Velvets.!
Cashmeres and Ariimres.
Dolmans, Etc., etc.
A FIXE ASSORTMENT OK
Stock Complete in Every Branch.
lias opened a
Temperance Billiard Parlor
XeU to Geo. W. Hume's fctort.
Fresh Eastern and Shoalwater Bay
Oysters in every Style
FINEST ClfiAP-S AND TOIJACCO,
Test, Coflee. and Cliocolate ; Pius, Cakes
Sandwiches, etc., at the Counter.
Also In connection with the Parlor
A l'ine Shootlns Gallery.
PAEM FOR SALE. "
1 OFFER FOU SALE MY FAKM AT
Buckeye Point. nearKnappa, consisting of
145 acres, Dwelling House,
The place is finely situated ; there are about
1500 Cords of Wood,
And some -iOO.OOO feet or Lumber therein.
To anyone contemplating a Mock farm,
aw null, or trade it olfers rare inducements.
For terms, etc., apply to Wm. G. Jtoss. As
toria, or .T. O. lies:, on tlie prcmies. l m
Wilson & Fisher,-
Iron, Steel, Coal, Anchors, Chains,
TAR, PITCH, OAKUM,
WROUGHT AND CUT GALVAKIZKD
IValls, Copper IValLs and Burrs,
Shelf Hardware, Faints and Oils
Rubber and Hemp Packing of all Kinds.
XOUR XXl IUIIX FKKI.
Agents for Salem Flouring Mills.
Cornpr Chenamus and Hamilton Nrffts
GUM CLEARANCE SALE!
to make room fur more
Hardware anH Ship Mlery
A. VAN DUSEH & GO.
Will sell t cost their entire slock of
HATS AND CAPS
BOOTS AND SHOES.
Thete goods must be dipood of r we arc
soon to receive another Iarg lot of
Hardware and Ship Chandlery
And must luwc room to store It.
I ouai i ruibj onams, vvaiuieSj
Of eery description,
i The flnest stock of Jewelry In Astoria.
! -HP-AU coods warranted as represented.
CUSTAV HANSEN, JEWELER.
MTew Goods ! HflwOoPtoh
CITY BOOTsf O B E.,"0 -Ejg
Tho Best Ftore In the City to get yourrrtoncy's Worth.
.ltl-tini. Aulocrrsiih and S'hoto-rrup'j ilf Si:r,t..;ii!- IVirt-. j
rrtKiV fn-in a IInn Novel to WVIier's I'lta'triilm l . it v .Icwclrj :uh! Cutlrry ; "Wii'ina J
WoKn of all si7f ; 3I.irkTw.U4i - iTip IV.k- . J.mi'i-. '.ajerllooktmi't liMiitiuK
Alo J Ik Kt v s. He .cn.
0-eman Marine Glasses : I)nuu;!!Uiilii-tru:iieiil-irtin 40 coats to SMw a Set
. 1 Hank toxics,
I Ami e cry thin: j on could want in our line. ' r.-jainint- otir mhh1 ami iKimt before goin
el-cw here. is. 1 STKV HNS & Co.. City Hm? Stow.
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Sjatr -scSJs-rzT' x
TER apply to the Captain, or ti
A. V. Allen,:
(SUOCES-inil TO PAGE & ALt.KN ) j
WlioJesale and retail df air n j
Glass and Plated- Ware,1
TI!i)H(!.l AND miMlTIf
FRUITS km VEGETABLES.
Wines, Liq-jorsJobaceo.Glgars :
MAGNUS 0. (CROSBY,
HARDYfiSE, IROH, STEEL..
Iron Pipe and -Fittings,
PLTJ.MUKRS AND STEAI FITTKIcP
Goods and Tools,
SHEET LEAD STRIP IEAD
SHEET i.ROH TIN AND COPPER,
Cannery anfl FlsBenaeiis Snpplies
Stoves, Tin Ware and House
JOBBING IN SHEET IRON, TIU. COP
PER PLUMBING and STEAM FITTING
Done with r.eatness and disiMlch.
None but first clasi workmen employed
A Inrce assortment oi;
('onsUui'.Iv on Imiul
No. 40 I2-Ply
CORK m LEAS) LIKES,
A Full Stock Now on Hand.
HENRY DOYLE & CO..
511 market Street. fcati Fraucltteo
.Sole Apontsfor tbe racinV Coa-t.
Hardware ana Slip fliailery.'
A. VAN DUSEH & CO.-
Hardware and Ship Chandlery,
Pure Oil. Bright Varnish,
Binnacle Oil, Cotton Canvas.
Hemp Sail Twine,
Cotton Sail Twine.
Wrought Iron Spikes,
Galvanized Cut Nails.
Faints anil Oils. Groceries, etc.
rtXTIIESOTII INST., MR. JOHN, IIOB-
SON retired from the firm or lfcidollet &
Co. Tneuuslnr&5 oitlie linn wm oe con
ducted by the purchasing partners under
tlie same name and style as JjffJ&p
1L BROWif. J '
Astoria, QzlU 4f UJ, i
Eb?:i P. Parser. Master.
F-r TOWING, FKEIGHf orCIlAR-;
II. II. PAKKE5L
Kngasrercent of an entire
MISS HELENA RICHMAN,
The German Nightengale.
MISS SUSIE LEE,
Son and Dance Artisr.
MISS MINNIE WILLIAMS.
MISS KIHY FRANKLIN.
3IR. GEO. HENDERSON.
Ttisetliir with a new
1'inler the ituttiaxezttent if
I'KOF. CHAKLIS KlCK.ViM'JS.
All the OJd Favorites Retained.
Onm ail llir c:ir, SVrriifitiaure Ktirj
.Vizlil. SlTitire i Isansr at Vrst
ur:ti)j:ue Onr a 'VrrJ..
C,Rijn-!inx all the latent
SOHCS, DANCES AND ACTS.
We give the Best
In the West.
Tlie theatre is ero;Mel irijjhilj. anil till
who have witnesiil the entertiiinmcnt pro
nounce it to be eoual to anvclvcn elsewhere.
Mr. Hill as a caterer for the publics
amiLenu'iit enn not im eceiien. vnj ooii
wKliinn to s:entt a nleaMint evciiimr and
see Inrklill wit and beauty without vi.I-
pirily.shoulil uuproe th" opnortnmt v and
The compuny comiiies tiie folinwing well
Knov.n Aritsis :
3115 FA-IE "Waltox.
.Mi 31 3iiE Goodrich.
?.1k. Wai.tki: J'akks.
;Tis. Wjr. 3Ior.io:?.
All ol which will ajipepr nilitly In their dif,
Oiien air concert et cry evening ; jifrfomi
ance connnencins at S: entrance to theatre
onltcnton street; pilva c boxes on Chena
Now Stnr3 in Hap id Succession !
A Common-sense Remedy.
No more Rheumatism,
Gout or Fieuraigia.
Immediate Relief Warranted.
Permanent Cure Guaranteed.
Fire year ct-ibhshcd and never hivrxn lit
fall in a single cac, acute or chronic. liefer
In all prnmtnenl physicians antl ilrvQQitls for
the fUimUiKj of Sallcyllca.
THE ONLY DISSOLVER. OF THE
POISONOUS TJUIC A.UID "VVIIICn
EXISTS IN THE BLOOD OF KHEU
MATIO AND GUUTY PATIENTS.
SALICYLICA is knowu as a common
sense remedy, because it strikes dircctli at
ihecaasc of Uheumatisin, Oout and Neural
gia, whilo so many so-called specific and
suriposed panaceas only treat locally tlie
It lias been conceded by eminent scientists
that outward applications, such as ruhbiug
with oils, ointment", liniments, and soothing
lotions will not eradicate these diseases
which arc the result of the poisoning ot the
blood with Uric Acid
SALICYLICA works with marvelous
effect on this acid and so removes the disor
der. It is now exclusively used by all cele
brated physicians of America and Europe.
High st Medical Academy of l'aris reiorts
0Z per cent cures iu three dajs.
that SALIC Y LIC i a certain cure for
Rheumatism. coutanu Neuralgia.
inc mosi lnieuic pains ate suuaued almost
Give i' a trial. Eelicf guaranteed or nion
"Thousands of testimonials sent bn applica
S I a Box. , 6 Boxes for S5.
Sent free by mail en receipt o! monev .
ASK YOUR DRUGGIST FOI. IT.
But do not ho deluded into taking Imitations
or substitutes, or something recommended
as just as good !" IaIt on the genuine
with the name of Washburno& Co..
on each box which lsguaranu-cl chemically
pure under our signature, an indispensable
requisite to insure success in tlie treatnu ut.
Take io other, or send to ns.
Washburnc &, Co., Troprietor?.
2ST Broadway, cor. Reade St., NEW YORK.
For Sale by W,1L DFJIENT & Co., and
J. E. THOMAS.
PlnmliiBiL Gas & StfiaaKtHni.
All Work Warranted.
Till further arrangements, can be
found at the new Odd Fellows Ruiltling..
JTAS. W. Bt'DDOCH.
Catarrh cured, health and sweet
breath secured by Shiioh's Catarrh Keni
edy. Prlne 50 cents. Masai Injector free.
For sale by W. . Dement.
tine Furniture, Carpets. Mirrors Uphols
tery. Wall Pockets, Brackets.
B?$k$3 Qtt-onvstns, Sofas? Ohmber SbH.
Ladies are invited to cal and see latest
styles in Plush and
WL1M d-aliics W&w Store
HE NEW MODEL
t5-I'?l?SS? ty -juKatn
A FUIJu STOCK AIiWAYS ON HAND.
S3- BL. TFT A "7V3S,
Two tioors ea.-t of Occident Hotel, ASTORIA, OREGON.
(SLTCESSOR TO JACKINS & MONTGOMERY.)
PLUMBING, GAS FITTING, AND CANNERY WORK
Attended to Promptly on Reasonable Terms.
CHElAMrS HTKEr.T. Kext to C JL. Parker's Store.
FUHNITIJE.E Sa BEDDING
AND DEALER IN
Carpets, Oil Cloth, Wall Paper, Mirrors,
Window Shades, Lace Curtains, Picture Frames and Mouldings,
WINDOW CORNICES AND CDRTAIN POLES
Complete in every branch.
DEALER IX E
FURNITUBE SS BEDDING
Cornpr Stain mid Sauemoqua StrcctM. Astoria, Oregon.
WINDOW SHADES AND TRIMWHGS; WALL PAPER ETC.
X Complete slock.
PRICES AS CHEAP AS QUALITY WILL AFFORD.
AMI inXIJS OF FTXSXIT17ICE HEPAIREI) AI'I ViBSISDED.
W. E. BEMEHT & CO. !
ASTOIirA, - - OHEQOXJ
Carry in Stock,
DRUGS, CHEMICALS, TOILET
Proscriptions carefully Compounded, ,
Plain and Fancy Sewing,;
Suits nindo in tho "bctt Stylo and '
Guaranteed to Pit j
Mrs. T. S. Jezvett.
E903ISOVEK 3IES. E.S.TVARREN'3.1
RANGE CAN BE IIAD IX AS
TOKLV ONLY OF
r.UJ. AND EXA3IINE IT, YOU
WILL BE TLEASED.
E. It. HA WES is also agent for tho
Bid patent CooMi Stove
And other first-class stoves.
Furnace Work, Steam Fit
tiass. etc., a specialty-
Tin, Sheet Iron and Copper Ware.
A General Assortment of
Magoo Stoves and Eaiiges
Tlie Best in the market,
l'mnibiii!! ;ooT-3 of all kinds on hand. Job
work done in a workmanlike manner.
Just Received at
F0AED & STOEES,