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VOL.XXIT, NO. 61.
ASTORIA, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1884.
PRICE, FIVE CENTS.
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ASTOUIA - - OREGON.
ATTORNEY AT LAW
xbstrncts f Title a Specially.
iooia. 11 and 1-, Ivnixlit el I'vtbijn ChuIc
Building. Tclcplionc So.-tO.
Attorney nti! Counsellor at 2.:irt
.Room li, Odd l"c)li" HuHdhli;.
ASrOUIA. - Oregon.
OKO. A. DOltlUS. GEO. OI.ANl
XOE.AXl & I)015S:iS.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
Office m Kinnc) 'a Block. pposite City
Hall, Astoria, Oregon.
Q K. TITOMSOJ.
Attorney and Counselor at Law.
Room No.C, oer White Hoir-c,
C. XT. FULTON. G. C. FULTON.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
Rooms 5 and C. Odd Fellows Building.
y q.A. BowLny,
ATTORN ICY AT LAW.
Chenamus treet, - - ASTORIA. OREGON
JOSEPH A. ILIi,
ATTORNEY- VT-LA V.
K3Oncc with .!. Q- A. ItoiIIy.
"P V. 130LUK,
AUCTIONEER, UB'Ml.'SION ANS IN
ARCHITECT AND DRAUGHTSMAN.
Scholars received for Course of Draughting
ST"Ofllce over White House Store.
QELO F. PAKKKK.
Clatsop County.ancl City of Awtoria
Office :-Chenamus street, Y. M. C. A. hall
Boom No. 8.
i BKX'SO.N 31AKTIX, 31, S..
Pliygiclan uiul .Surgeon.
ASTORIA, - - OREGON.
OrriCE-Koom 12, Odd Fellows Building.
Eksidkxoe Hume's building, up stairs.
TAT TUTTIiE. M. I.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Officb Rooms 1, 2, and s P thian r.ulld
Residence On Cedar Stieet. back of
St. Mary's Hospital.
F P. HICKS. A. E. SHAW
IIICKS &. SHAW.
Rooms In Allen's Building, up stairs, cor
ner Cass and Squemoqua streets. A&toiia
Bozorth & Jolms,
Real Estate and Insurance Agents,
Buy and sell all kinds of Real Estate and
represent the following Fire
Insurance Con panics :
Scottish Union and Na
tional, assets $s3.O00,00o
Phcenixorilartfoid ' 4.500,000
Home of New York, ' 7 ooo Ooo
Hamburg and Bremen. ' 2 000000
Phenix of Brooklj n. " 4,000 000
Oakland Home, " 3O0,'o00
Policies written by ir in tlie riiocnix and
Home and Scottish Union and National at
BANKING AND INSURANCE!
I. W. CASE,
Broker, Banker, and Insur
ASTORIA, - OREGON
OFFICE HOURS :
From 0 o'clock A. 3d. until 3 o'clock P. M.
. A General Banking and Exchange Busi
ness transacted. Every facility for promp
and satisfactory business.
Drafts. on the leading cities of the United
States and Europe.
CLATSOP COUNTY BRANCH
Room No. 1, White House building, Astoria
Bills collected in any part of the United
States or Canadas.
This association has over 5,001 correspond
ent. LANGDON, STICKLES & CO.
OAHA POUNDS BARBOUR'S BEST
JdJJ J web, 45-inesh, for sale at a liberal
Apply to Astoria Packing Co.
Astoria, Sept; 1st, 1S8L
J8Ssrt Ml I
r ll-J A0 --
Dil 11 KLruF S
This medicine, combining Iron with pure
vegetable tonic, quickly and completely
t'nrci Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Wcakne
J tnpure Blood, lalariahilln nnd Fc ei-,
It is an unfailing remedy for Diseases of tLc
KiilncjH nnd J.hcr.
It is invaluable for Diseases peculiar to
"Women, and all who lead sedentary lives.
Itdocsnot injure the teeth, cause headaclic.or
produce constipation olhtr Iron medicines 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 Fecrs, Lassitude, Lack of
Energy. Ac, it has no equal.
JKf- The genuine has above trade mark and
rosscd red lines on v, rapper. Take no other
dri.Ijlj nUOH.VClir.JJICAL co., iuLTixonr, 3D.
RKl)IGTO, V OODARI) & CO., Portland, Or.
The reputation of Hostetter'-. Stomach
Bitters as a piecntie of epidemics, a
stomachic.au imigoranr, a general restoi
ative. and a specific for fe er and ague. In
digestion, billons affcrtions, rhcum-Uism,
nenous debiitj', constitutional weakness,
is established upon the sound basis of more
than twenty years expeilence,""and can no
more be shaken by the claptrap nostrums of
unscientific iret.-ndeK,tnan the eteilastlng
hills by the wind-; that rustle thromih their
For sale by all DmgzLsts and Dealers
Drugs and Chemicals
J. E. THOMAS,
Prescriptions carefully compounded
Day or Night.
Wholes.de and ReUil Dealer in
Glass and Plated Ware,
TROPICAL AND DOMESTIC
FRUITS AND VEGETABLES.
SAYS THERE WILL BE
NO INCREASE OF PRICES
IN niS CHOP HOUSE
AND THAT HE IS DETERMINED TO
maiutnin hi reputation for keeping the
best and die ipest Restaurant In town, even
at a loss to himself, while the dull times last.
J. a. D. GRAY.
wnoles.de and retail dealer ir.
GROCERIES, FLOUR, AND FEED
Hay, Oats, Straw, Wood, Etc.
LIME, SAND AND CEMENT.
General Storage and Wharfage on reason
able terms. Foot of Benton street, Astoria,
B. S. Worsley,
fSOffice and Ware Rooms on Squemoqua
Street, next door to corner of Olney.
Advancements made on Consignments'
So Charges for Storage ef Goods
n CELEBRATED 1 A
ONE OF BLAINE'S LETTERS TO
New Yobk, Sept 15. The journals
this morning publish thelong-looked-for
Fisher letters from Blaine as a
campaign document. They relate to
Little Bock & Fort Smith bonds, and
range from dates in October, 1869, to
April, 1876. The letters from Blaine
are twelve in number. There are also
several from Fisher and Caldwell.
The following is the last letter of the
series, from which so much was ex
pected: 1 Confidential.) )
WAsnfNGTOK, D. C, April 16, 1S76. J
My Dear Me. Fisher: You can do
me a very great favor, and I know it
will give you pleasure to do so, just
as I would do for yon under similar
circumstances. Certain persons and
papers are trying to throw mud at
me to injure my candidacy before the
Cincinnati convention, and you may
observe they are trying it in connec
tion with the .Little Itock & ort
Smith matter. I want you to send
mo a letter such as the enclosed draft.
Yon will receive, this to-morrow (Mon
diny) evening, and it will be a favor.
I shall never forget it if you will at
once write a letter and mail it the
same evening. The letter is strictly
true, is honorable to you and to me,
and wiil stop the mouths of sandcrjrs
at once. I regard this letter as strict
ly confidential. Do not show it to
any one. The draft is in the hands
of my clerk, who is as trustworthy as
any man can be. If you can't get the
letter written in time for the 9 o'clock
mail to New York, please be sure to
mail it during the night, so that it
willptart by the first mail Tuesday
morning; but, it possible, I pray you
get it in the 9 o'clock mail Monday
evening. Send my regards to Mrs.
J. G. B. (Burn this letter.)
(Endorsed on back.) Not knowing
your exact address I send thi3 to the
Parker house, in order that it may not
be subject to any danger in the bauds
of a carrier. J. G. B.
Following is the inclosure referred
"Rostov. Anril Ifi. 1S7fi
Hon. James ft. "Bt-aikr. Wnsliinir-
ton. D. C. Dear Sir: I observe that
certain newspapers are making, or
rattier insinuating, ausura cnarges
that you own or had owned $159,000
of Little Bock & Fort Smith railroad
bonds, and that you had in some way
ootainea tneni as a gratuity, xue en-
firnriRn nt lirnlrlinfT flip liitflft 7-iMr
& Fort Smith railroad was under
taken in 1869 by a company of Bos
ton gentlemen, of whom I am myself
one. The bonds of the road were put
upon the market of this city on what
was deemed very advantageous terms
to purchasers. They were sold large
ly through myself, and you became
the purchaser of about $30,000 of
bonds on precisely the "same terms
that every other buyer received for
them, paying for them in installments
running over a considerable period,
just as others did. .The transaction
was perfectly open, and there was no
more secrecy in regard to it than if
you had been buying flour or sugar.
I am sure yon never owned a bond of
the road that you did not pay for at
the mariet rate. Indeed, I am sure
that no one received bonds on any
other terms. When the road got into
financial difficulties and the loss fell
upon you, yon still retained your
bonds, and you had them clear
through to the organization of the
company in 1874, exchanging them
for stock and bonds of the new com
pany. You acquired some demands
against the new company by reason
of your having joined with others in
raising some money when the com
pany was in pressing need. For the
recoveiy of that money proceedings
are now pending in the United States
circuit court in Arkansas, to which
you are openly a party of record.
Concealment of the investment and
everything connected with it would
have been easy, had concealment
been desirable, but your action in the
whole matter was as open and as fair
as the day when the original enter
prise failed. I know with what sever
ity the pecuniary loss fell upon you,
and with what integrity and nerve
yon met it. Years having since
elapsed.it seems hard at this late day
to be compelled to meet a slander in
a matter where your conduct was in
the highest degree honorable and
straightforward. You may use this
letter in any way that will bt of
service to you. Very sincerely yours,
W. F. J.
The words "Indeed, I am sure that
no one received bonds on any other
terms," wore interlined in the fore
going letter in Blaine's own hand
writing. The letters above referred
to are printed this morning, being
edited by remarks before and after
each one. and duly supplied with
italics and matter in brackets, osten
sibly to explain the text Horace E.
Deming and J. H. Harper, heads of
the Independent Eepublican organ
ization, father this so-called anti
FROH THE '-TIMES."
The Times says: "If anything
short of actual "horse stealing will
convince ardent Blaine Republicans
that their candidate is a man without
honor and shame and a scoundrel
himself in instigation of scoundrel
ism in others, we are sure that
Blaine's letter of April 16, 1876, to
Fisher, with its enclosure, will have
that effect After Sight years Mr.
Mulligan now gives to the public
fifteen more letters from Blaine, as a
duty to his fellow-countrymen, There
is scarcely one that does not contain
damaging proof of Blaine's cor
ruption, and of debasement to which
the Eepublican party has sunk itself
by nominating him for president
The people will understand now why
Blaine went on his knees and threat
ened suicide to move Mulligan to
lend him that packnge. It is with
humiliation that we print this extra
ordinary correspondence. The amaz
ing exhibit made by -these letters, of
sordid subserviency and of guilty im
plication on the part of a speaker of
the house is one to bring the blush
of shame to every American."
rBOH THE "SUN."
The Sun says: "Citizens we imag-
iue who had made up their minds to
vote for Blaine in jjpite of the record
ed evidence of his jobbery, while
holding office, and of his falsehood
when brought to bay, will find serious
trouble in disposing of Mulligan's
la3t budget, on thesame"principlo of
toleration that enabled them to with
stind the first shocks. On the other
hand, people who have already found
sufficient reasons ii Blaine's relations
with Boston men for opposing him in
the canvass, will lSe strengthened in
their convictions 3hat he is unfit to
be president of tpe United States."
The same papor edicts that Cleve
land will be beatefi in New York by
not less than 50,000 majority.
The Star priutsHhe letters without
Atjgcsta, Me., 9ept 15. The Ken
nebec Journal tomorrow will con
tain the follewinij: -Mr. Blaine, ac
companied by hisvife, arrived from
Bar Harbor this uifternoon. In an
swer to a reports of the Journal.
who called at histresidence to ascer
tain if he wished io say anything in
regard to thelqgors given to the
public byFisher.and Mulligan, Mr.
Blaine replied tHkt his only desire
was that every vpier in the United
States might readwhe letters for him
self and not formlhis judgment from
editorial misrepresentations in part
isan journals. There was not one
word in the letter Mr. Blaine added,
which was not entirely consistent
with the most scrupulous integrity
and honor. He hoped every Repub
lican paper in the United States
would publish thdiletters in full.
Zcli Vance's Denominational Leaning.
I heard Zeb Vance telling how, he
captured the vote of a backwoods set
tlement in North Carolina when he
first ran for congress. He said ho
had never been in thatsettlementand
didn't know the boys. He rode over
the mountains and found, about sixty
sovereigns at a cross roads grocery,
and ho got down and hitched his
horse and began to make their ac
quaintance and crack his jokes "around
and thought he was getting along
pretty well with them, but he noticed
an old man with shaggy eyebrows
and big brass spectacles sitting on a '
chunk and marking the sand with a '
stick. The old man didtf t seem to '
pay any attention to VancOj and after 1
a while Vance concluded that the old
man was bell-wether of the flock and
that it was necessary to capture him, I
so he sided up close to him, and the !
old man got up an&shook himself and !
leaded forward onjliis stick, and said
selemnly: uThiS'Wutfr.-Vance, I be
lieve?" "Yes, sir,5SfflcUVance."And
yon have come over here to seo my
boys about their votes, I believe?"
"l'es, sir," said Vance, "that ismy
"Well, sir,' said the old man, "afore
you proceed with that business, I
would like to ax you a few questions."
"Certainly, sir, certainly," said
"What church mout yon belong
to?" said the old man.
That was a sockdologer Vance
didn't belong to any church. He
knew that religion and meeting was
a big thing in the backwoods and
controlled their politics, but he didn't
know what their religion was, for
North Carolina was powerfully spot
ted. But he squared himself for the
responsibility and says he : "Well, now,
my friend, I will tell you about that,
for its a fair question. Of course it
is. Well, yon see, my grandfather
came from Scotland, and you know
that over in Scotland everbody is
Presbyterian." Here he paused to
note the effect, but saw no sign of
sympathy for his grandpa.
"But my grandmother came from
England and over there everybody be
lougs to the Episcopal church." Ho
paused again and the old man marked
another mark in the sand and spit his
tobacco away off.
"But my father was born in this
country in a Methodist settlement,
and grew up a Methodist" Still no
signs of approval from the old man,
and so Vance took his last shot and
said:"But my good old mother was a
Baptist, and it's my opinion that a
man has got to go under water to go
The old man walked up and taking
him by the hand said: "Well, you are
all right, Mr. Vance,'' and then turn
ing to the crowd said: "Boys, he'll do
and you may vote for him; I thought
he looked like a Baptist" BUI Arp,
in the Atlanta Constitution.
Ed. J. Smith, formerly purser of
tbo steamer Gypsy, was arrested yes
terday upon complaint of Colin Bros.,
fur dealers, charginghim Tvith larceny
by bailee, in that ho failed to pay
them $183.50, the amount of a bill
given him for collection. He gave
bonds and was released. Smith had
been in the habit of attending to
sales and collections for several
houses here on coastwise trips, and
has borne a fair reputation. He was
formerly freight clerk at Ainsworth
dock, and was engaged as purser of
the Gypsy on her first trip out of
The Shakers 'shaking?
"What makes a man feel as shaky as
chills and fever? It i3 shake, shake,
shake, until vou almost rattle vour
teeth out and shake the buttons off
of your coat What drives chills and
fever out? Brown's Iron Bitters. If
you have never tried it get some at
once, and don't shako any more. jtfr.
Chas. M. Newell, of Tettington, Va.,
says, rtI used Brown's Iron Bitters
last fall for chills and fever, and de
rived great benefit" It is the best
Judging from a rumor floating
about in the newspapers, Ben Butler
and Grover Cleveland are going to
toss up a cent to decide which shall
give up his presidential nomination.
"SECURE THE SHADOW"
Ere the suhstance fade, ami when you visit
Portland, make it a part of your business to
call on w. h. towke, at the San Fran
cisco Gallery, S. W. corner First and
Morrison streets, and have your photograph
taken la th"5 hi-ht style of the art.
TRE GREAT GERMAN
&rc:eu, Cuts, B-eIks,
Aai all other bodily ubei
SeUby all DrOKbli an I
Dealer, drec'lena la 11
Tfcs CiirUi A.7eeler Cx
(Sbkmmci ta A.TttlT JtCc)
HOTELS AND RESTAURANTS.
II, U. PAKKER. Prop.,
ASTORIA, - - - OREGON.
First Class "in all Respects.
I'KKE COAOn TO THE HOUSE.
Figures lew Lie !
OF THE CHOP HOUSE
Cm prove by his books tliat he Is iloing the
biggest business of auy
In the city, and he will guarantee to give
Hi- best meal lor cash.
Oysters, Ice Gream
COFFEE." " "
The New Model. Everything First
Casi Street, rear of Odd-Follows Building.
E ery attention paid my customers, and
the beat set before them in first-class style.
Restaurant and Bakery
Sirs. It. ZIJIMERItlAX.
WMics to announce to her frieuds and tho
publls generally, that s le has opened
RESTAURANT AND BAKERY
In the fin new buildinc opposite tho
O. K. & N. Company's Dock.
The Best the JIarkct Affords Cooked to Order.
Oysters in Every Myle.
i m Jew em
Scarf Pins, Chains, Watches,
Of every description.
The finest stock of Jewelry In Astoria.
2g"AlI goods warrantedasrepresented
GUSTAV HANSEN, JEWELER.
G. A. STINSON & CO..
At Capt.Rogers old stand, corner of Cass
atid Court Streets.
Ship and Cannery work. Horseshoeing.
Wagons made and repaired. Good work
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i p-"-.'cjmwa..- - :Z gSSS3a
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Columbia Transportation Company.
THE POPULAR STEADIER
"Which has been refitted for the comfort of passengers will leave
"Wilson & Fisher's Dock every
Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 6 A.M. arriving at Portland at 1 P.M.
Returning leaves Portland every
Tuesday and Thursday at 6 A. M. arrivfng at Astoria at 1 P. M.
tSTAn additional trip will be mado on Nnnday of Each Week, leaving Portland
nt 9 O'ciock SDBuay .morn-ax.
for Sound ports.
.ASTORIA IRON WORKS.
BBNTOJ SCOtEBfKJEAR PAIIKKB HOCSK.
GENERAL MACHINISTS AND
LAND anil MAEIMGiro
BoilerWtirk, Steamboat Work
and Cannery Work a spe
cialty. oa.s5PXKTC5s ,
Or alt Descriptiens made ta Order
1 at Short Notice.
' A. D. Wass, President.
J. G. Hustlkh, Secretary,
L W. Cask, Treasurer.
3. ARNDT & FEROHEN,
ASTORIA. - OBEGON.
The Pioneer Machine Shop
AIL kinds ol
Promptly attended to.
A specialty made of repairing
FOOT OF LAFAYETTE STREET.
Magnus C. Crosby
HARDfiBE, ION, STEEL,"
Iron Pipe and Fittings,
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS
SHEET LEAD STRIP LEAD
Tin. AND Copper.
FRANK H. LAIGHT0N.
Fruits, Notions, Cigars
Water St. between West 8th
and West Dili.
Tropical and Domestfc Fruits per every
steamer. Nuts, Candies, etc.. at Laighton's.
Everything Fresh and First-class.
Cigars, Tobacco and Notions,
Cor. Squemoqua and Olney streets, Astoria.
Westport aad Astoria,
TOUCHING AT KNAPPA.
THE FAVORITE STEAMER
"Which has-been thoroughly refitted for the
comfort of Passenger will ran tins season
Detween westport anu Astoria
As follows :
Leave Westport at 7 :30 A.M.
Knappa at 8:30.
Arriving in Astoria at 10 -30 A. m,
Leave Astoria at 2 P. M.
Arrive in tVestport at 6 p. m.
"Will touch at all way landings.
For freight or passage apply on board or
OAPT. JAS. COX,
Passengers bj this route connect at Kalana
. ts. txorr, resident
' V ' "- "" -
Oregon Railway & Navigation
--Dnriag the month of September, 189, Ocean
Ste.mit-rs will sail from Fortlsnd to San
Francisco, and from San Francisco lo Port
land, as follows, leaving Ain-suorth Dock,
Portland, at Midnight, and Spear Street
"Wharf, San Francisco, at 10 A. it. :
From Portland. I From San Francisco,
Oregon JVed 8
Stat of Cal....Mon 8
OolnmbU Sat 13
State of Cii....Mon 1
Columbia M 8
Oregon .-Thur 11
butaof Cal....Tnea IS
Colombia ban SI
Oregon Fri 86
Ore-ran .Thur 1
auto of CaI....Taes 31
uoinmbis ban 23
?reon prf j
SUte of Cat... .Wen .8
State of Oat.. ..Wed 1
Columbia Moa 6
Threash Tickets sold to all principal
cities in the United States, Canada and
Passenger Trains leave Portland for East
em points, at 11 :40 A. JL dally.
Pullman i Palace Cars mania between Port
land, aad St. Paul.
KITEK DTYISie-f (Middle CclMBibLa).
Boats leave Portland for Dall t 7 -
Leave Port-i T"
land for jMonlTu. We.!Thu.FrLSat.
Iambi.... 1 6 AM
Dajton. Or. 17 AM;
Tacomaand 8eatUe. daily t 1PM
Yiatori Steamers do not ran Sunday.
Leayes Aatoria for Portland at 6 a. m. daily ex
. t c, , C. H. PRESCOTT,
A. L. STOKES, Manager.
Gen'l Freight and Pass. AKt
E. A. NOYKS. Agent Astoria.
OVERLAND TO CALIFORNIA
Oregon & California R. R.
30 Hours between Portland and San Fran
cisco. Only 21 hours' staging.
Fare to San Francisco SS2 ; to Sacramento $S0
Leave Portland at 7 -30 A. m. dally (except
Sunday) : Arrive at San Francisco
C:40 p.m., third day.
Close connections made at Ashland
with the Stages of tho Oregon and Califor
nia Stage Company.
Between I'OKTLAJSD and AKMLASD'
Portland 7 -ma. nrlAOilnnH j. a v
Ashland i:20 P.MPortland 423"?. M.
ALBANY EXPRESS TRAIN.
Portland 4 -00 p. 3tJLebanon 9 in p. v
Lebanon. -43 a. M.IPortIand... 10 -05 a. m
Pullman Palace Sleeping Car leaves Port-
land Mondays and Thursdays. Eetummg
leaves Ashland Tuesdays and Fridays.
Thft OrPFnrt anil fhillfnmf! T?fnro ir.m.
makes connection with all Regular Trains
on .tasisiae Division, irom the foot of F St.
Between Portland and Carvallia
Portland 9 :C0 a. M-inon-allN 4 -3fl t t
Corvallis 8 -30 A. m. Portland x -20 p.m.
Portland 5 :00 r MMcMInnvllIe,8 :00 PM
McMlnnvllle5:45 A MlPortland 8 :50 am
.Local ttcKets tor sale, ana baguage checked
at Commnv'i) nn tmvn nfflpp enrnor SfnV
and Seconti streets. Tickets to all the prin
cipal points in California, can only be pro
cured and batruaire checkprt. nt th f!nm.
Corner F and Front Sta Portland, Or.
T?rplnhr. will nnf Via rotpftrol fn ahintnAnt
after 5 o'clock p.m. on elthnr thn KnatslilA
or Westside Divisions.
R. KOEHLER, H.P.ROGES3,
Manager. o. F 4 P. Aat
liwaco Steam Navigation Co.'s
Astoria to Fort Stevens, Fort Canby,
Connecting by stages and boats for
Oysierville, Montesano and Oiympia
TTntll fiiyHiot" ntli ffiA Tlvflun
h Steam Navigation Co.'s steamer
"Will leave Astoria on
Mondays, Thursdays, and Saturday
(Mondays, Thursdays and Saturdays being
Oystervllle and Montesano mall days.)
at 7 A. M.
Ft.Stevens, Ft. Canby and llwico
Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Friday
The steamer will leave Astoria at 9 a. m..
as formerly, not being confined strictly to
A SECOND TRIP will be made, leaving Aa
toria three hours after arriving from Hwact.
Fare to Fort Canby and Dwaco, $1 9
lyrickets can bo bought at the ofBce for
ETlwaco freight, by the ton, in IoU of
one ton or over, $2 per ton,
JyFor Tickets, Towage or Charter ap
ply at the office of the company, Gray
wharf , foot of Benton street.
J. H. D. GRAY.
The Str. GLEANER.
B. F. STEVENS, - SUster.
Will leave Wilson & Fisher's Dock
Every Monday, at O A. M.
For Deep River and Way Landings, and
Every Friday, at d A. M,
For John Day's River.
Every SSuturuny, atOA. M.
On other days will do general work. A
good SCOW is run In connection with the
steamer, and Lumber, "Wood, etc, promptly
GUNARD 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 find It to their advan
tage to purchase tickets over tho Cunard
line. Tickets issued by us good from any
part of Europe to Astoria.
ROZORTH & JOHNS,
ANT PERSON DESIROUS 0 ECITK.
Ing tho scholarships at 1 nn Rtat
university or Monmouth St Normal
school should apply without d Uy'te tine
j.mum m m m
-. tpm w
J. E. HIM "NS.
CSm at Badollet & CO, Upt A-tena.