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SUNDAYZ .".7....MA"RCH 1), 1BJ-3
Tlms conscience dolh make cowards of us
action in a truly conscientious
man is scarcely even felt by one
who only credits himself with
being such, and fancies he is dis
charging his duty, when he is, in
fact, only obeying his propensities.
DEALER IN g kl
In a 'utslicll.
Often what a man takes for
the dictate of conscience is noth
ing more than a whiff of impulse,
a caprice which an undisciplined
mind cannot distinguish from the
deliberate decision of a competent
intelligence; and the more irre
sistible the impulse, the more sud
den and vehement the caprice,
the more it is likely to represent
itself to his imagination as an im
perious command to the monitor
within. There are persons who
can not discriminate between de
sire and duty. These are precise
ly the characters most prone to
be dogged and persistent in their
blunder, and to dress it, both to
themselves and to the world, in
the gaudiest guise. In most in
stances of this sort, mental confu
fusion or defect must bear the
blame, because it is the origin of
the faults which are laid at the
door of conscientiousness, and of
ten unrighteously suffered to pass
under its name. But mere con
ceit is the source of the malady;
and in such the deceitful veil
should be rudely torn away not
the less rudely because the deceit
is often self-deception.
"We arc all of us probably famil
iar with men usually narrow-
minded men who affect a
course of action, or a stand
ard of right and wrong at vari
ance not only with that of th e
general world but with that of
those whom they are bound to defer
to, and cannot but respect,
whom in their secret hearts per
haps they do respect not only
men whose character they cannot
fail to admire, whose experience
they must recognize as at least
affording a prima facie probability
of wisdom, and whose views they
know to be the very reverse of in
considerate or low. They venture
to condemn where better informed
men would acquit, and to admire
where others would reprobate or
deplore; to become enthusiasts in
a case which older and wiser men
regret, and which in riper man
hood they are nearly certain to
abandon. They arc "conscien
tiously" resolute in actiong up to
their own convictions, fancying all
the while that they are true and
more far-sighted than others, when
in truth it is only that they are
more inexperienced, and pluming
themselves on .the simplicity and
purity of their vision, while their
shallowness and narrowness are
leading them astray. Life abounds
in specimens of this class. They
are often cured, but usually too
late. They sometimes repent of
their errors, frequently outgrow
them, but not till they have done
endless mischief, and inflicted in
calculable pain, and perhaps em-,
bittercd and embarrassed their
whole after-life. Meanwhile, the
leaof conscience.and thesupposed
obligation of obeying the orders it
issues as those of a despot by
divine right, enable them to es
cape alike condemnation and con
trition. Often, again, what is
called conscientiousness is simply
the egotism of a wilful and intoler
ant nature. Men are passionate
advocates of their wrong opinion,
because it is theirs; they insist
upon following their mistaken or
mischievous course for the same
reason, and because their un
chastened temper is impatient of
contradiction or control; theyjnake
a virtue out of the most danger
ous and offensive of our vices.
Occasionally the case is even
worse, and itib pure love of power
which uses the plea to throw
dust into the eyes of an impene
trating and indulgent world. A
position of command about the
weightiest burden of responsibility
which can be laid upon a scrupu
lous nature is too constantly
exercised merely as the privilege
of an imperious volition; and the
pressure and obligation which
might be in danger of paralyzing
Has opened :i
TZSTS' eL..srV 5 SB 3f 537 W5T&
ll'i SffiJaWiSS fi tiliJrw "
VTEKTAKKS. - STACK MANAGER g) jl 5 JO J
Discussing a current topic in ja
the North American Hcvieio for bj
March, Prof. Sumner says: "The U K
employe wants higher wages
that is, higher than he has been
getting, higher than he coald get
in another country. The legisla
tor promises him that he shall
have them. This threatens injury
to the employer, who wants wages
low, however, so the statesman
promises to produce the same re
sult by making prices high. It
sounds badly to talk of levying
taxes to make prices high; so it is
affirmed that, after all, protective
taxes lower prices. Here, then,
we have one and the samo device
which makes wages high and low'
5 XOTZOXS YOYM. 2
. . .
' PIANOS and ORGAK.S
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t also some for rent.
SrylS JTemperance Biiiiard Parlor
j Nct to Geo. V. HumcV. Storv.
. Fresh Eastern and Shoalwaler Bay
Oysters in every Style
FINEST CIGA1JS AND TOBACCO,
' Tea, Coffee, and Chocolate; Tics, Cakes
I Sandwiches, cte., at the Counter.
I A5o In connection with the Pallor
A Fine Slmotitijr Gniler.
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Z jd ENLARGEMENT
&hHEETnusiD&u(MciA'&l$ IfOABB & STOKES,
rt S XIIPPI tFS w
The belnvortiuent liilhe e'ty
full i..fL- nf iiirv tlitit" I. fil
H 2 a flrt-elass Hook, MnMc. and
Engagement of an entire
MISS HELENA R1CHMAN.
The German Nightengale.
MISS SUSIE LEE,
Song and Dance Artist.
rrilSS MINNIE WILLIAMS.
MISS -KITTY FRANKLIN.
3IR. GEO. HENDERSON,
i:Uif opian Conur.i dian.
Together with a new
lH4l.T the management of
PKOF. CHARLES lUCKAKDb.
All the Old Favorites Retained.
Open all th- Year Peifonnance Every
Xiuht-Entire Change of Prosramn.e
Everv Sipht, Comprising All the
The Eest Store in the City to get your Money s Worth.
Attaint. Antosraphaad Photograph nil Sizes and Prices.
Books from a Dime Novel to AVebserN Unabridged ; GentV Jewelry and Cutlery ; Writing
Itesksbr all sizes ; :.Iark Twain Scrap Books ; Bibles Prayer Books and Hymnals,
.Also the Key to Heaven.
Opera an iTarine Glasses ; Draughting Instruments from 40 cents to 5C0.CO a set
Vud ever tiling you could want in our line. Examine our goods and prices before goin
elscwlicn. " l hlt Ja a K-" " J 1,uu,v om"-.
E ben P. Parker, Master.
For TOWING, FREIGHT orCHAR
II. R. PAItKER.
and prices high and low at tho
Lower wages abroad, therefore,
are no reason for protective taxes,
but just exactly the contrary. OurJ
high wages are proot that we can
better occupy our time. They are
proof that we have means of em
ploying our capital and labor
which are highly remunerative;
and to make them an argument
for protection is like arguing that
a rich man needs chanty, or a
strong man help. The wages paid
in England are higher than those
paid anywhere else in Europe. 1 f
comparative rates of wages decide
whether one nation can compete
with another, how does England
pay the highest, yet beat them
il va- ? y.
,ior ami inv Trices v. lil W
S be found in cv c r ifist.-uice jj,
5 REASC?JABLE. sQ
EAT THK OI.I STASI.50
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3 Astona. Onven. "
Rapidly increasing Business iSONCS efhcsDt ACTS
Compels an Enlargement
of Our Premises.
A full line of choice
GROCERIES and PROVISIONS.
Sole Agents for the celebrated
POTKEKO COMPUESSKD YEAST,
V3 xjL MI ml
TEU apply to the Captain, or to
In- at interview at Ottawa last
Friday, Wipgins said there seemed
to be a general misunderstanding
as to the time the great storm
would begin. aI say it will be
felt in the Northern Pacific on the
10th, and will strike this continent
from the southwest on the after
noon of Saturday, the 10th. It
will cross the continent from east
to west, south of parallel "45 to
morrow afternoon, and being de
flected by the Rocky mountains
will pass down the great Canadian
lakes towards the east on ounoay
PRIOR TO STOCK TAKING.
We offer SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS
in our line of
ASTORIA SAIL LGFT.
A. M. JOHNSON & CO., PROPR'S.
HAYING rONSIUEUAllIA INCKHASCI)
our facilities loritieetmctKcilenmml of
increase in loats till- year we wouht re
spectfully call the attention of
And all others needing sails, to thi- fact.
Prices Same as Last Year.
WORK STILL BETTER.
Drilling and Best Quality cf Rope
Our Work ha (Ji en
Salisfaction for Eight Years,
And shall le inailc to do so while we are in
in tilt: vvcsi.
Tt. n,,.ir.i ic omu-iloil tif"?h!lv- and all
who have itnewtl the entertainment pro
nounce it to !e e.,:al to any s:U en eNewhere.
Mr. Hill as a ratierer lor iiu- ruunts
............( r-.li l..t lu. .. I'.'llOlI AllllOllV
wi-liiiK ti Mi'nrt a jlesint cenin and
gsrtty.NhouJ'i iiproe tiieopportuiiityand
The e;i:iMny comiirL-e the foilowing ve:i
All WAL.TKK l'AltKS.
M. Chas. Uabuows.
Mi:. W3T. Moi:tos.
All of which will appear nightly in their dif.
itA -ir nminirt vir- pvpiimi? ; ierionn-
anee eominene'm!? at J ; cntmnee to theatre
on .teuton street ; inva-e uoxr on ncu.v-
Nnw Stars in Ivapiil Succession !
A Common-sense Remedy.
THE NEW MODEL
RANGE CAN" BE IIAD IN AS
TORIA. ONLY OF
B. E. BAWES,
CALL AND EXAMINE IT, YOU
WILL BE PLEASED.
C. K. IIAWES is also agent for the
M patent (Mil Stove
And other first-class stoves.
Furnace "Worlfi Steam Fit
tings, etc., a specialty.
A PUIiIi STOCK iLLi'WAi'S urJ JtlAu.
Two doors east of Occldcntllotel. ASTORIA, OREGON.
Dress Goods, Silks. Velvets,
Cashmeres and Avmnres.
Dolmans, Etc.. etc.
A FINE ASSORTMENT OF
Cor. 5th and Alder Sts. - - Tortland, Or.
Straw Beds, per doz. - - 510.
Spring Beds, each, - $5. to SI 5.
In Raw Silk, Carpet, and other covering
From $10. to SI 5.
Samples of cover and particulars by mail,
Stock Complete in Every Branch.
Drugs and Chemicals
J. JS. THUfliAS,
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ASTORIA MARBLE WORKS.
IAVII KKMIAS, - - 5ro;irictdr.
Ulanuraclurer ot Aineiiean ami Itahan
marhle nioiininents and head -tones. Ceme
terv lots enclosed with curbing, walw and
copiii" or stone pests :md iron railitifr. J'nees
and desliais fn nMied to persons at a di
Uiure. atIfaet!on Kuanmteed. Slate can
can!ci-s for cannerj' ue.
j l'rcscriptions carefully comiMiunded
Day or Night.
Plumbing and Gas Fitting.
Plumbers, Gas, and Steam Fitters.
JoVbluE Promptly Attended to.
A Full Supply of
GAS FIXTURES. COCKS. STEAM FIT
TINGS, ETC., ALWAYS ON HANI).
All Work Guaranteed. Charzea Moderate.
niipnnmns street. oDDOsite Demeut's Drue
Store, Astoria, Orejjon.
Notice to Settle.
HAVING SOLD MY WASH HOUSE BUS
lucss on Coueomly street, to Glm Leon,
all parties owing me are notified to pay mo
within two weeKs from Mondav. March 12th
15S3. MY SING.
Astoria, March, 10th, 1ES3. 2wJc
FOR GRAY'S HARBOR.
The I. S. N. Cos Steamer
Will leave Astoria for Gray's Harbor, on
Friday, March 23d.
For Sale or Rent.
f tlil Un c.Jil Mmnn frxr vich Fnr T:ir
tlculars Inquire at Oregon Meat Market, of
mi l in uiiuiniiiUA
SEALED PROPOSALS WILL HE HE-
oni.-aH it tm nfficA tt tho rnimtv rlcrk
until noon of April 4th, 18S3. for the burial of
tne uean mio may nae iu uc uuhl-u ai mt
expense of the county
By order of the County Court, .
d-w tf It. IC SPEDDEN, Clerk.
mO PKOTECr OUU PATRONS. WE WILL
JL not supply pe uiere uie inicrnsi iii
hiK of building-, has not lieen approved by
There will be no charge for
Rules Furnished on Application.
ASTORIA GAS LIGHT CO.
Cuas. S. WnifiiiT, C. II. Page.
Astoria. March Sih. 1SS3. d-lwk
Hardware anl Ship Chandlery.
A. VAN DUSEH & CO.-
Hardware and Ship Chandlery,
Pure Oil, Bright Varnish,
Binnacie Oil. Cotton Canvas.
Hemp Sail Twine,
Cotton Sail Twine, .
VvTOught iron Spikes.
Galvanized Cut Nails.
Paints and Oils, Groceries, cic.
Scarf Pins, Chains, Watcher
s xsirsi 3K. w-fijas:.,
or every description.
The ilncst stock of Jewclrj In Astoria.
t3r"AIl goods warranted a; represented.
GUSTAV HANSEN, JEWELER.
no more Rheumatism
Gout or Neuralgia.
Immediate Relief Warranted.
Permanent Cure Guaranteed.
Fire Mtnrx ertiiWhhcil and never .-noirn tu
fall In a zinntc ctitc. acidi or chrtmic. Hcfcr
In all prominent phyc'tani and druggists for
the landing of SaUeylfca.
S5 jEI ODE2. jETIS? I
THE ONLY DISSOLVER OF THE
POISONOUS UKIC ACID -SV1IICH
v.vtsts; TV THF, HT.OOD OP RHEU
MATIC AND GOUTY PATIENTS.
cai rvi rA iciviinumns a common-
sense remedy, because it j-trikes directly at
the cause of Ithcuniatisni. (lout and iNeuml-
Kia, while Jo many so-eaiicu pecine au
Minposed panaceiis only treat locally the
It has been conceded by eminent scientists
that outward applications, such as rubbing
with oils, ointments liniments, and soothing
lotions will not eradicate these diseases
which are the result of the irotonjng of the
blood with Uric Acid
SALICYL1CA works with marvelous
.i Tt ij i.nt- .Tfiii!vilv it, oil I iv nil roliv-
bnited phvsleians of America and Europe.
lllgllt'Sl JlCUICai jYCJIUI'IM Ul JUU icjnJiia
if-r n:i tiun.un.o m-u .tj.
that SALICYLIC A. Is a certain cure for
The iimst Intense pains are subdued aluutot
IiLstantly. ... 4 ,
(live i a trial. Itelief guaranteed or mon
i IlOllbUIHlS OI IvlllUUilUUS sviii- uu .H'inv..i
SI a Box. u Boxes tor so.
Sent free. by mail on receipt ot money.
ASK YOUK DKUGGIST FOK IT.
Rut iin tint lip iloludod into tnkiiitr imitations
or substitutes, or something reeonimended
as "just as goon i iiisim on mo kuuiiiiic
ifitli ilin niii nt llochhiirno A fin
on each box which Is guaranteed ehemieaiiy
pure uiuier our Mgnaiure, an muin:ii-.un;
requisite to insure success hi the treatment.
Take no other, or send to as.
Wash bu me &. Co., Proprietors.
2K7 Broadway, cor. IJeadeSt., NKWYOBK.
ForJ-'aleby V. E. DEMENT & Co., and
.1. E. THOMAS.
c? 3L JRLV V3&STm.m,inpFi.T!im&J'Vm'Tl
&B AofJLrAJLfLgJU&AA-Jf 9
(SCCCESSOR TO JACKINS & MONTGOMERY.)
Tin, Sheet Iron and Copper Ware.
A. General Assortment of
Slagee Stoves and Eanges
The Eest in the market.
riumblug goods ot all kinds on hand. Job
work done In a workmanlike manner.
PLUMBING, GAS FITTING, AND CANNERY WORK
Attended io Promptly on Reasonable Terms.
C5ir.XA3ILS STKKKT. Scxt to C I Parker's Store.
5g 25-58fiSS. LS
FTJR.NITTTBE S BEDDING
AND DEALER IN
Carpets, Oil Cloth, Wall Paper, Mirrors,
Window Shades, Lace Gurtains, Picture Frames and Mouldings,
WINDOW CORNICES AND CURTAIN POLES
Complete in every branch.
TJnion India Eublier CoJs
lure l'ara Gum
m:r.RK of imitations !
i .,. tiir iinnta nrn slmnneil CItACK
PKOOF on the heels, and have the PURE
GUM SPRINGS on ine iooi aim uiml-w.
which prevent meir cracKins; r iiiKamjj.
We are now making them with RLlJBhR
AXD ASBESTOS-Soles which will make
tliemlast more than twice as long as any
Itubbtr boots made. ...
FOlt SALK BY ALL Dh.VT.KRb.
ALL KINDS KUUIIRK KEL'llNt;. l.'ACK
HOOTS .VND SHOES. Etc
.COODYEAR RUBBER CO.
K.H. l,EASK..Ir. i ABtfiius,
s. JL ltUNYON. f &an ijancisco.
TO TRADE WITH ME !
taifieEaierj & Cofttionerj.
Because my Goods are the Best,
and Always Fresh.
r.il-vo P.mlliu t fni-nlclioil fnr "Wwlilinf?
parties, on short notice, and guaranteed to
Cake ornamenting a specialty.
Opposite . 'V. Ilnmc's.
FURNITURE Ss feEDDING
Corner nSnin anil Sqncmoana Streets. Astoria, Oregon.
WINDOW SHADES AND TRIMMINGS; WALL PAPER ETC.
A Complete Stock.
PRICES AS CHEAP AS QUALITY WILL AFFORD.
AT.I. K1ITO.S OF FURNITJTRE KEPAIRFJO XJ VAKMSITED.
$Q fff TO LOAN IN SUMS to suit,
OAJyJyJ on real estate security.
Appl IO DUiUttlH c ouin'".
BIDS FOR THE PRIVILEGE OF FISII
ing the beach at Fort Stevens, Oregon.
during the coming usning season, wm oc re
ceived at the office of the A. A. Q. M.. I-ort
Stevens, Oregon, until n m.. jnarcu t. ii.
Bids should be addressed to the under
signed, at Fort Stevens. Oregon, and marked
on cover, "Bids for Privilege Pgy.
2nd Lieut. 1st Artillery,
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THATTIIE
IS undersigned hatliis day been appointed
bv the Honorable county court, pf the State
of Oregon, county of Clatsop. adinlnistnUor
of the Estate of .fohn Gustaf iranscn. de
ccacd. and who was generally knowii b
the name of Frauk Brown. All persons hav
ing claims against-said estate are hereby
.riw..i .. ..r.nt tin. ami. with nroner
vouchers duly vcrilied. tome at the olllcc
Clatsop County. Oregon, within six montlis
&EAE) CLEAEAICE SALE!
to make room for more
Hardware anA SMb ClanSlery
A. VAN DUSEH & CO.
"Will sell at cost their entire stock of
HATS AND GAPS
W. E. DEMENT & CO.
ASTORIA, - - - OREGON
Carry in Stock,
DRUGS, CHEMICALS, TOILET
Prescriptions carefully Compounded,
from the date o'f this notice. All prions in
debted to said estate will caii aim seme uw:
tame with me at once., p JOIISSoy
Vstoria, February 27th, 1833. aiv
prrOUARE HE11EBY NOTUMtu in. l
L JL the regular mcetinRS shall be held on
tne lirst Jtonuay oi eacn mumu. i. . -.
You will Rovcrn yourselves accordingly.
ij oxuuro. lu LVLTMAN
BOOTS AND SHOES.
These goods must be disposed of as we are
soon to receive another large lot ot
Hardware and Ship Chandlery
And must have room to store It.
A. V. Allen,
.srccr.s.son to page & allen.)
Wholesale and retail dealer lis
Glass and Plated Ware,
TUOl'ICAL AND DOMESTIC
FRUiTS AND "VEGETABLES.
nrHE sLoor, -l,vst cilvxce.m-fob
X particulars enquire at M. Ises store,
or address G. W. Birchard, Gray's River, T .
A. setve-i Indebted to the Lite M. W. Gal-
lick will please pay thc.imountto S. Schlus
sel at the White House Store, who Is author
ized to receipt lor tne same.
Astoria, Orecon, February 23th, 1533,
TEN SHARES OVKXERY STOCK
terms private. Also, Lot 4. Block 10,
McClure's Ast. with improvements thereon.
Also three good farms within easy distance
of Astoria terms easy. Lots In McCIure's,
Shively's and Adair's Astoria, and three
blocks in Alderbrook fifteen acres tide land
on Young's Bay. Also, a good paying busi
ness In Astoria. n ,, , ,-.,,
tf BOZORTH & JOIDS.
Wilmerding & Co., San Francisco.
Loeb & Go., Agents, Astori.
A IiIVJniTS: BXTEItTAIXaLENT
Havo a new bowling alley, the largest and
best io town. Admittance free.