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VOL. XXII, NO. 39.
ASTORIA, OREGON, FRIDAY, AUGUST '2'2, 1884.
PRICE, FIVE CENTS.
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BUSINESS CARDS.
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IS II 4 1TIK 1SITP.1.Y.
TEACHER PIANO AND ORGAN.
Apjly at G. W. WOODS'.
Helen by penuksion to Prof. &'.
County S'diooi Superintendent
Oftlce. at Rndnliet & Co.S Canneiy, Upper
Astoria.
1'liysleiou nntl Murtrt'Uii.
Ofllce nppnslto the Johanscu building.
ASTORIA .... OREGON.
P D.WIIfTOX.
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Abstracts r Title a Hpeolalty.
Booms 11 and 12, Knights of Pythian Castle
Building. Telephone No.40,
0.p
. KrCOKMAC,
Attorney autt Counsellor at Law
Room 12, Odd Fellows Rnildlug,
ASTORIA. - - Oregon.
GEO. A. UOIUtIS, OKO. MU.AMI
nol.iki & nonius.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
Ofllce In Kinney's Block, pposite. CIt
Hall, Astoila, Oregon.
Q R. THOMSON,
Attorney and Counselor at Law.
Room No. C, over White House,
ASTORIA, OREGON,
C. W. FULTON. O. C. KULTON.
FUE.TOJV BIlOTtlKKS.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
Rooms 5 and G. Odd Fellows Duildiug.
r t,A.BOHLHY.
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Cfcenaraus treet, - - ASfOKlA, OREGON
TOSKPH A. G1M-,
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW.
JKTOfllce with J. Q' A. Bowlby.
ASTORIA, - - - - ,. - Oregon.
"P G. HOLDKIV,
NOTABY PUBLIC,
AUCTIONEER, COMMISSION AND IN
8URAN0E AGENT.
C.
W. I.KICK.
ARCHITECT AND DRAUGHTSMAN.
Seholare received for Course ol Draughting
BPOfflce over White House Store.
Q.KI.O V. PARKKK.
SURVEYOR OF
Clatsop CouHty.nnd City orAntor"m
Office :-Chenamus sheet. Y. M. C. A. li-ill
Boom No. 8.
BKXHOM MARTIX, 31, I.,
PliyMlelsa und Surgeon.
ASTORIA, - - OREGON.
OFFICE-Room 12, Odd Fellows Building.
Rkbidbxob Hume's building, up stairs.
TA1T TUTTIiE, M. .
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Office Rooms i, 2, and S. Pythian Build
ing. Residence On Cedar Stieet. back ol
St. Mary's Hospital.
F. P. HICKS. A. 1C SHAW
HICKS & SHAW.
DENTISTS.
Rooms in Allen's Building, up stairs, cor
ner Cass and Squemoqua sheets. Astoiia
Oregon.
Bozorth & Johns,
Real Estate and Insurance Agents.,
and Brokers.
ASTORIA,
Oregon.
Buy and sell all kinds of Real Estate and
represent the following Vire
Insurance Conpanlcs :
Scottish Union and Na
tional, assets $a3,O00,O0o
Phoenix 0f Hartford " 4.500,u0u
Home of New York, 7,ooo,ono
Hamburg and Bremen, ' 2.oo0,0o0
Western, S00,oo0
Pfcenix of Brooklyn. 4.0OO.O00
Oakland Home, " 3O0.O00
Policies written by us in the Phoenix and
Home and Scottish Union and National at
equitable rates.
BANKING AND INSURANCE !
I. W. CASE,
Broker, Banker, and Insur
ance Agent,
A8TOUIA. - ORKGOX.
OFFICE HOURS :
From 9 o'clock A. M. until 3 o'clock P. M.
flCAnlCri
AttEffCY,
Banking Department
A General Banking and Exchange Busi
ness transacted. Every facility for prompt
and satisfactory business.
Drafts on the leadisg cities of the United
States and Europe.
Deposits Received.
CLATS6P COUNTY BRANCH
OF
AiMcailercantileiCollection
ASSOCIATION
Room No. 1, White House building, Astoria
Bills collected in any part of the United
States or Canadas.
This assoolatioa has over 5,090 correspond
ents. LANGDON, STICKLES & CO.
-THE
ST TONIC.
This medicine, combining Iron with puro
vegetable tonics, quickly and completely
Cures DyKpcpnla, JndiReittion, WenktiOKH,
luipurulilood, DIn1arlu,ChillMandFcvrr,
and Neuralgia.
It Is an unfailing remedy for Diseases of the
KIdncjH nnd Liver.
It is invaluable for Diseases peculiar to
"Women, and all Mho lead sedentary lives.
It does not injure the teeth, cause beadache.or
produce constipation oWin- Iron medicine do.
It enriches and purifies the blood, stimulates
the appetite, aids the assimilation of food, re
lieves Heartburn and Belching, and strength
ens the muscles and nerves.
For Intermittent Fevers. Lassitude, Lack of
Energy, &c, it has no equal, f
3 The genuine has above trade mark and
rossed red lines on wrapper. Take no other.
tir.jbj nuona uiehkul ro Baltimore, nix
REMMiTOX, WOODAUD A CO., Portland, Or.
110I-K.SALK ACSFXTS.
fcrfffRS
The Feeble Grow Streng:
When Hotctter's Stomacli Hitlers Is
used to promote assimilation of the food
and enrich thetdood. Indigestion, lhecldef
obstacle to an acquLsilion of .sireuth bv the
eak, is an ailment which infallibly mi -cuiubs
to the action of this peerless correc
tive. Loss of flesh and appetite, failure to
sleep, and growing evldeuce of premature
decay, aie sbeeully counteracted by the
great Invigorant. w hlcli braces up the phjr
Mcal euenries and fortifies the constitution
aelnst4ioase, ta sale by all iteyjRUo-
aim uenters genenu i y.
A. V. Allen,
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
MILL FEED.
Glass and Plated Ware,
TROPICAL AND DOMESTIC
FRUITS AND VEGETABLES.
Together with
Wines, Llquo?s,Tobacco,Cigsrs
Drugs and Chemicals
lil?l!.'TQ'P l&
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I'reicrlptions carefully cotupouudi'd
Day or 2"ight. i
JeSPs Notice
SAYS THERE WILL BE
NO INCREASE OF PRICES
IN HIS CHOP HOUSE
AND THAT HE IS DETERMINED TO
3l maintain bis leputation for keeping tho
best and cheapest Restaurant in town, even
at aloss to liinist If, while the dull times last,
JEFF.
County Coroner.
J. C. ROSS
Hag Opened a First-Class
UNDERTAKING
ESTABLISHMENT ON MAIN STREET,
Above Pioneer Restaurant.
Funerals attended ; everything necessary
pro ided, and in all cases,
SATISFACTION GUARANTEED.
B. S. Worsley,
AUCTIONEER
AND
COMMISSION 3IERCHANT
rS"Ofilce and Ware Rooms on Squemoqua
Street, next door to corner of OIney.
Advancements made on Consignments
No Charges for Storage of Goods.
lM BE
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If " CELEBRATED V
AND '
V.A "
Pharmacist,
AST0RIA,O
A o I
A C5 vT
Mr
rCRlTICISMS ON CLEVELAND'S LETTER.
A Wide DiiTerenre of Opinion Exprfed
by the Eastern Paper.
New York, Aug. 20. The X'tn
savs: "Cleveland has written bis let
ter of acceptance, and we print it
elsewhere. It has tLe merit of com
parative brevity, but no other, that
wo can discern, ne ncquifi-a m
the principles set forth in the Chica
go platform; he has viewa about civil
service reform, which should pleiiso
those Hi-publicans who asked for his
nominal ion; he thinks the working
classes ought to be protected; anil
he indites a few nlatitudes that are
fitted to :uiv season. Will this spirit
edless and ineffectual writing, the
feeblest and most unstatesmaulike
document that a like occasion in our
history has ever inspired, dispel
the feeling of disorganization which
is nbroad, and allay the doubts and
discords that rend the Democratic
part)? Is there anything in it that
-will "gather to Cleveland the strength
of that party, recoucilo its factions
aud carry him to victory in memora
ble contest? We think not Grover
Cleveland's lettor of acceptance is,
from every point of view, an unfor
nate production."
TIIE "star."
The Star says: "Butler's letter
having been drawn Cleveland's letter
of acceptance is now delivered to an
anxious and somewhat mystified par
ty. Possibly the action of the Dem
ocratic nominee was not at all influ
enced by tho vigorous and menacing
attitude of tho candidate of the poo
pie's party, but when wo peruso the
mildly inoffensive document wo are
puzzled to find any other rational ex
planation for the delay. Cleveland's
letter is exceedingly dignified and
cautious to tho verge of temerity.
After a necessarily hasty perusal be
fore going to press we cannot recall
that it has a solitary good word to
say for the Democratic party, or even
a mention of that historical organi
zation beyond the passing allusion
to the platform as a plain statement
of Democratic faith. The platitudes
relating to labor are elaborate, but
vague aud guarded. In fact, the
only matters frankly discussed are
sumptuary laws, intenfal improve
ments and the civil service. Thero is
not a word about the tariff or the
land grabbers. On the score of brev
ity, but not of lucidity or compre
hensiveness, the letter is to be com
mended. OEXKRATj COMMENT.
The Journal of Commerce, demo
cratic, prints Cleveland's letter, but
says not a word.
The Stin has several squibs, such
as tho following. "Many persons
have thought Cleveland would ex-press-himself
nnln3iettertof necept
anco with some distinctness upon tho
tariff. He does; he approves the prin
ciple embodied in tho Chicago plat
form which prescribes free trade for
free traders and protection for pro
tectionists.'' The Horn imj Journal says: "Twico
only does the governor touch tho
clay of practical politics. During tho
first contact ho makes a sly appeal to
the Germans, as drinking men, to
support him. In the matter of nat
ural water ways he is also practical.
He indicates that there is a chance
for a heavy expenditure in tho river
nnd harbor bill of the future.''
THE "times."
The Times stiys: "Cleveland's prop
ositions regarding the laboring class
aro candid, straightforward and sen
sible. They will bo accepted by self
respecting workingmeu, and ba found
to be consistent with his course in
the office he now holds. Tho princi
ples that ho lays down as to immi
gration nro practicable, and will be
generally apbroved. He recognizes
tho generous attitude of tho country
towards all who wish the rights, with
the responsibilities of citizenship, but
he would not encourage tne immi
gration of those who do not want to
become Americans."
WORDS of ntAisn.
The Journal says: "Honesty and
frugality is his motto. This nraise
is worth all tho rest, and should bo
the democratic watohword.
Truth, of courso, is pleased.
The World says: "These are the
words of a manly, straightforward
democratic citizen. The letter is one
free from sophistry, demagogism and
groveling appeals to voters, and it is
a document that will greatly strength
en the position of the democratic
standard bearer."
THE "HERALD"
The Herald says: "Cleveland's let
ter of acceptance is typical for its
clear, good sense, and its compre
hension.and yet his statement of the
leading poiuts in our political condi
tion is characteristic of tho man who
is always equal to the occasion that
arises, and who, standing upon his
record, has no explanations to make,
nnd no need to conceal his thoughts
in a wilderness of words."
TIIB "tribune."
The Tribune says: "There is noth
ing in Mr. Cleveland's brief letter of
acceptance to show why it should
have been kept back so long. Nor is
thero anything to justify its final
publication, except as a mere formal
ity. It is commonplace in the ex
treme. All in all, it is a very small
letter by a very small man.'
THE rHUiADELPHIA "press."
PniiiADEiiPniA, Aug. 20. The Press
says: "History will some day read
the collapse of the Democratio party
in the acceptance of Grover Cleve
land. It will be counted little less
than incredible that a party number
ing nearly .half the voters of the na
tion had for its candidate a man who
put forth these barren utteranoes of
a barren mind on the issues of the
campaign. We commend the letter
to every voter. We trust no man will
fall to read it. Let him, learn
from it the cowardice, narrowness
and stolid limitations of the man
whom a great party has put in the
fore part of the battle. If he has
opinions he does not daro to express
them, and where ho dares state them
ho lacks ability to express. No voter,
let his politics be what they may,
will read this extraordinary produc
tion without disappointment."
The 1 imes says: "Cleveland has
been employing his time in his svlvan
retreat to admirable purpose in con
densing his letter of acceptance witn
in reasonable limits. The document,
which is what mighty have been ex
pected from a man with such sin ad
mirable public record, is worthy of
most careful perusal. It is sensible
and straightforward, advocating the
soundest principles of government
policy, and is highly creditable to its
author."
, AT WASHINGTON.
Washington, Aug. 20. Cleveland's
letter of acccpt.uico was disappoint
ing to both Democrats and Ilepub
licans here. It is generally pro
nounced weak. The Democrats pro
fess to bo well pleased with it, but
there is no euthusiasm over it Re
publicans generally laugh at it, and
manvDeraocrats say that his failure to
define his position on the toriff.which
they and thousands of Democrats
everywuero tnougnc ue wouni uo m
his letter, will not help him any.
The letter caused very little discu's
cussion. It is generally conceded
that thero is nothing in it to talk
about and that its only merit is its
brevity.
Butler Heard From.
Providence, Aug. 20. General
Butlerspoko hero yesterday afternoon
in the presence of 3,000 representa
tives of various trades union. Ten
thousand were expected. After some
preliminary badinage, leveled -at news
papers, General Hutler told why he
wtis identified with the laboring "peo
ple, and argued in favor of arbitration
for tho settlement of disputes be
tween employer and employes. He
cited the great railroad siriko of
Pennsylvania in 1876, in which mil
lions of dollars' worth of property
was destroyed. When he firstllearnetl
from talking with Tom Scott that
these strikers were getting $1.33 per
day, he could not understand why
they should strike, as men employed
by him (Butler) were only J getting
SI 25. He learned tho reason after
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ttUU3 ui Kilning niiu niLTii; iiiin. :
They had not only to support their J
families at home, but, being on the ,
road, had to pay their own board i
most of tho lime. They s(id they i
would rather work for one jlollar a '
day, if they could live at honje. Ar-!
bit ration would have settled this
trouble quickly, and saved $30,000,000
of property. The speaker hid been
an employer of laborers foi nearly
thirty years, and he had never been
in a strike in his life. He wtjitld, any
time, be glad of arbitratien: to have
somebody else sooner thau himself to
settle disputes, jtf any of his mployes
""He then -prrKreeIedt6 tjivu the rea
son why he oould no longer sustain
the Democratic party. It was because
it had not proved itself friendly to
laboring men Ho had asked tho
Democratic convention to put a plank
in its platform declaring the rights of
labor to be organized for its own pro
tection, and it refused. Ho then tried
it with the proposition that labor has
a right to its just share of profits.
This was also refused. He then asked
that the United States government
establish schools for working men's
children. This was also refused. Tho
convention would not agree to foster
and cherish American labor. Tho Ee
publicnn party claimed to be the
workingmen's friend, yet had resorted
to a trick in this state to keep him
from voting by requiring that ho
should register last January. Duller
closed by counselling working men to
stand together and work for the en
actment of laws in their interest.
Very Short.
IxDiANAroLis, Aug. 20.--Following
is a copy of ox-Govemor Hendricks'
letter of acceptance of the Demo
cratic nomination for the vice presi
dency: Indianapolis, Iud., Aug. 20, ISSi.
Gentlemen I have tho honor to
acknowledge the receipt of your com
munication teuderiug me the nomina
tion by the Democratic convention
at Chicago as candidate for the office
of vico president of the United States.
May I repeat what I said on another
occasion, iiiai ic is a iioiuiunuou
which I had neither expected nor de
sired, and yet I recognize nnd appre
ciate -the high honor done me by the
convention. The choice of such a
body, pronounced with such unusual
unanimity, accompanied with so gen
erous an expression of esteem and
confidence, ought to outweigh all per
sonal desires and preferences of my
own. It is from a deep sense of pnl
lic dutv that I now accept tho nomi
nation, and I shall abide the judg
ment of my countrymen. I have ex
amined with caro the declaration 01
principles adopted by the convention,
a copy of which you submitted to
mo, aud heartily endorse and approve
the same. I am, gentlemen, your
obedient servant
T..A. Hendricks.
Cnha to Be Disposed Of.
New Yoiik, Aug. 20.Tho Times"
Madrid dispatch says: "I have just
learned from unquestionable author
ity that the foreign oflico has dis
pensed with the services of Sydney
Webster. This is most astouishing
news. The polite reason assigned
was that economical Spain could not
afford to pay $12,000 a year oven for
the valuable" services of Mr. WTebster.
Unquestionably, howover, the true
jeason is tho abandonment of Cuba,
not, however, to tho United States.
It is no secret here that a commer
cial treaty, which is now being slowly
negotiated, means no relief to Cuba
and no practical benefit I have al
ready pointed out tho dominance of
German influence at Madrid. Bis
marck' diplomacy comprehends the
establishment of a German protector
ate over the West Indies, in addition
to the acquisition of colonial posses
sions on the Pacific."
Mr. Chas. Wrarburton, Melbouruo,
Australia, says he suffered from a
sprained knee and tried many prepa
rations without relief. Finally he
tried St Jacobs Oil, the magic pain
conqueror, and was cured.
THE GREAT GERMAN
REMEDY
FOR PAIN.
RslioTes aad cam
RHElBIATISJr,
Neuralgia,
Sciatica, Lumbago,
BACKACHE,
EE1D1CE3, I00imC2I5,
SGEE THROAT,
QCTSSV. SWELL1SC3,
SI'EAIX-y,
Somcis, Cats, Braises,
FROSTBITES,
BURNS, SCALDS,
Aul all otbrr boJilj actio
tad palm.
piftt cnis i Boms.
SoU by all IlrutsUU ani
Dcakro. Direction! la 11
Tfcj Chris A.Vojsler Co.
(smun u A. Vaftlcr CV)
lUlUaart, -, C.S.A.
Sr-I uflBLHHESBGflibB
HOTELS AX1) JtESTAUKANTS.
PARKER HOUSE,
ll.it. XM1CKKK. Irop
ASTOKIA, - - - OREGON.
AI. CROSBY.
Phil. ROWERS,
Day Clerk..
Night Clerk.
First Class in all Respects.
FREE COACH TO THE HOUSE.
Figures Hera Lie !
AND
JEFF
OF THE CHOP HOUSE
Can piove hy his hooks that he Ls doing tho
Mgxusl hifelucss of any
EESTATJRANT
In the city, and he will xuaruutce to give
the lest meal for ca.sh.
FBANK FABKE'S
CHOP HOUSE.
Oysters, Ice Cream
COFFEE.
The New Model. Everything First
Class. v.. -
Cas; Street, rear of Odd-Fellows Luildine;.
Eery attention paid my customers, and
the bet set before them in llrst-class style.
BAY VIEW
four
WM. ZIMMERMAN
Wishes, to announce to his riends aud tho
puhlie generally, that he has opened
A FIRST-CLASS
RESTAURANT AND BAKERY
In the flu" new huildinp; opposite the
(). R. & N. Companj's Dock.
The Best the Market Affords
Cooked to Order.
Ol'EXATAI.L 1'OIlfts.
LEADING
Fhfltofiragh BallBiy.
S. B. CROW.
New Rooms. New Material
EVERYTHING FIRST CLASS,
SATISFAGIION GUARANTEED.
eT Mr. Win. A. Rell. of San Francisco,
one or the niit .skillful photographists on
the Coast, assists in the operating room.
Fiut' Work a Specialty.
On Hie KOAl WAY nearly oppose St.
Mary's lIo-pital.
Res
w
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Columbia Transportation Company.
jFofc o.!r.wikixr.
FAST TIME!
THE POPULAR STEAMER
rmmmmw
Which has been refitted for the comfort of passengers will leave
Wilson & Fisher's Dock every
Monday, Vednesday and Friday at 6 A.M. arriving at Portland at 1 P.M.
Returning leaves Portland every
Tuesday and Thursday at 6 A. M. arriving at Astoria at 1 P. M:
557-An additional trip will be made on Sunday of Each Week, leaving Portland
at l O'clock Hundny lornlug. Passengers bj this route connect at Kalama
for Sound ports. U. B. SCOTI. President
ASTORIA IRON WORKS.
Rentok Street, Kear Parker House,
ASTORIA. - OREGON.
GENERAL MACHINISTS AND
BOILER MAKERS.
LAND ai MARINE EMES
BoilerWork, Steamboat Work
and Cannery Work a spe
cialty. oLSTinsrca-s ,
Orall IJencriptlonH made to Order
at Short Notice.
A. D. Wass, President.
J. (J. Hustler, Secretary,
I. W. Cask, Treasurer.
JOHN' Fox.Superintendent.
3. ARNDT & EERCHEN,
ASTORIA. - -OREGON.
The Pioneer Machine Shop
ULuionoiiiixn -.
SHOP
AND
Boiler Shop
All kinds of
ENGINE, CANNERY,
and
STEAMBOAT WOBK
Promptly attended to.
A specialty made of repairing
CANNERY DIES,
FOOT OF LAFAYETTE STREET.
Magnus C. Crosby
Dealer In
HARDWARE, IRON, STEEL,
Iron Pipe and Fittings,
STOVES, TINWAR
AND
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS
SHEET LEAD STRIP. LEAD
SHEET IRON,
T?1ti AND Copper.
FRANK H. LAIGHTON.
DEALER IN
Fruits, Notions, Cigars
AND
Water St. between West 81h
ami West Dili,
Tropical and Domestic Fruits per every
steamer. Nuts, Candies, etc.. at Brighton's.
Everything- Fresh and First-class.
P. Blankholm.
Cigars, Tobacco and Notions.
FRUITS
Cor. Squemoqua and OIney streets, Astoria.
Westport aad Astoria.
THE FAVORITE STEAMER
riiE
to
i?S
GOLD DUST
Which has heen thoroughly refitted for the
comrort of Passengers will run this .se:tson
between Westport and Astoria
DAILY TRIPS
As follows :
Li-aveWestport-at7:30 A.M.
Arriving In Astoria at 10 30 a. si.
Leave Astoria at 2 P. M.
Arrive in Westport at c i jr.
Will touch at all way landings.
For freight or passage apply on hoard or
io L'Al'P. .J AS. COX,
Manager
FAST TIME!
mi
O O D
Mra.P4ifc j.
9iiiii
JT l
teifflK
TaSfe;ysSl-7r"),
TRANSPORTATION" LINES.
Oregon Railway & Navigation
COMPANY.
OCEAN niYIKlOX.
During the month of July. 1SS4, Ocean
Steamers will sail from Portland to San
Francisco, and from San Francisco to Port
land, as follows, leaving Ainsworth Dock,
Portland, at Midnight, and Spear Street
Wharf, San Francisco, at 10 A. M. :
From Portland. I From San Francisco.
Angl An
Mon -ilStato of Cat. ...Sat
Sat ML'olumbia .Thur 7
Orecon
Mate of Cat.,
Columbia. ...
Oregon
State of C'il..
Columbia
Oregon
btat of Cat..
..Thur U'Oreeon .Tuo 12
..Tues 19
htate of Cal....hua IT
Columbia Fn '!
Oregon WeH 27
Sut
..Sun 21
..Fn 2a
Sept
..Wed 3
State of Cat.. ..Mon 1
Hon ? I Columbia Sat 6
Throusk TIcketM sold to all principal
cities in the United States, Canada aud
Europe.
RAIL DIVISION.
Passenger Trains leave Portland Tor East
ern points, at 11 :40 A. M. dally.
Pullman i Palace Can. running between Port
land, and St. Pan),
RIVEU DIVISION (lllildle Colambla).
Boats leave Portland for Dalles at 7 :00
A M.
also :
Leave Port-I
land for iMonl Tu. I We.
i.iFil.1
Thu
Sat
Astoria andl I I I
lower Co-1 I I
lumbia....lRAM 6ASI BAM SAM
Dajton. Or.7A3lJ ',7AM,1
cS!35i::!am! j is am
6 AM l& AM
7AMJ
Ta coma and Seattle, daily at 1:K PM
ictoria Steamers do not run Sundays.
Leaves Astoria for Portland at 6 a. m. daily ex
cept iuuday.
. T ,. C. II. PRESCOTT,
A. L. STOKES, Manager.
Cen 1 treigbtand Pass. Agt
E. A. NOYKS. Agent Astoria.
Oregon & California R. R.
On and after June 2$, iSSt. trains will run as
follows : DAILY (Except Sundays).
KASTSIDE DIVISION.
ltctvtecn PORTLAND and ASULAXD
MAIE. TKAIW.
LEAVE. ARRIVE.
Portland. 7 :30 a. m Ashland 5:40 A. m.
Ashland ti0 p.JiPortiand 4:25 t m.
ALBANY EXPRESS TRAIN.
IJ3AVE. ARRIVE.
Portland 4 mo v. M.'Lebanon o r. at
Lebanon l :45 a. M.IPortland... 10 :U5 a. m
Pullman Palace Sleeping Car leaves Port
land Monriajs and Thursdays. Returning
leaves Ashland Tuesdays :uul Fi idays.
The Oregon and California Railroad Feny
makes connection with all Regular Trains
on Eastside Division, from the foot of F St.
WESTSIDK DIVISION.
Between Portland and Corvallla
MAIL TltAIN
..LEAVE. ARRIVE.
Portland 9 :t)o A. M.;CnrvnIIi 1 :30 p. M.
Corvallis S 0 a. m.I Portland... :20 p. si.
KXPKKSS T1SAIN
LEAVE. AURIVE.
Poitland 5 :co p MMaMIunvllla.8 0?m
SIcMinnvilIen:i5 a .MPortIand 8 :30am
Close connections made at Ashland
with the Stages or the Oregon and Califor
nia Stage Company..
Local tickets for sale, aud baggage checked
at Compain 's up town office, corner Stark
and Second streets. Tickets to all tho prin
cipal points In California, can only be pro
cured and bng-,asc checked,, ar tWOrjm- v.t
pany's ofllce, "w-'
Corner F and Front Sis., Portland, Or.
Fare betw ecn Portland and San Francisco.
S.12.00, aud only 31 hours staging
Freight will not be received for shipment
after o o'clock p. si. on either the Eastside
or Westslde Divisions.
R.KUEHLER, E.P.ROGF.RS.
Manager. G. t 4 1. Agt
ilwaco Steam Navigation Go.'s
SUMMER SCHEDULE.
Astoria to Fort Stevens, Fort Canby,
and ilwaco.
Connecting by stages and boats for
Oysterville, Montesano and Olympia
T. until .illlill.1 UUIUU U1C IIWtlULt
ii Steam Navigation Co.'s steamer
ITlifll fuMftnk. nntlia Mm ItmA.n
CS-oncu Miles,
Will leave Astoria
On Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays, and
Saturdays
(Moudajs. Thursdays and Saturdays being
Oysten Hie aud Montesano mail days.)
at 7 A. M.
FOB
Ft.Stevens, Ft. Canby and Ilwaco
ON
Wednesdays, and Fridays
The steamer will leave Astoria at 3 a. si.,
as formerly, not being confined strictly to
schedule time.
On Tucsdaj'M nnd TiuirsdnyH
A SECOND TRIP will be made, leaIug As
toria at 1 I. M connecting with .steamer
Wide West, from Portland.
Fare to Fort Canby and Ilwaco, $1 00
CSTickets can be bought at the otllce for
73 cts.
E37"-Ilaco freight, by the ton. in lots of
one ton or over, S2 per ton,
S3Tor Tickets, Towage or Charter ap
ply at the oflice of the company, Cray's
wharf, foot ol Benton street.
J. II. D. GRAY,
Agent.
The Sti GLEANER,
B. F. STEVENS, - - - Master.
Will leave WiKon Sc Fisher's L. k.
livery Mondaj, at ! A. ?i.
For Deop River and Way Landings., and
Kvery l'Tiday, at ii A. 31,
For John Day's River.
Uvery Sittuvuas. atO A. HI.
For Knappa.
On other days will do general work. A
good SCOW Is i tin in connection with the
steamer, and Lumber, Wood, etc., promptly
handled.
CUHARD STEAMSHIP LINE.
WE BEG LEAVE TO ANNOUNCE A
great reduction In rates over the above
well known line. Parties desiring to go to
Europe, or wishing to send for friends in
the old country will And it to their advan
tage to purchase tickets over the Cunard
line. Tickets issued by us good from any
part of Europe to Astoria.
BOZORTn& JOHNS,
Agents.
J.-W. BXJDDOCK,
Practical Plumbing in All Its
Branches.
Steam and Gas, Fixtures,
A Complete Stock of First-class Material.
All Work Gnnmntcod.
Office and Shop In Hume's building, rea
of Wheeler & Rohb's, Asjoria, Oregon?
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