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POL-XXU, NO. 97.
7 s. is !&.
Ofik at BadoHei ft Co V Cannery, F3r
TKi. A. S a 4 A. . f-l'lrftS.
WH! iJe pntnoi Jitu.) jun to aH call.
fiom nu p ut of the CX j ooumitj.
Oflftw faTPr Ailec"-tmr. eft li afc'
Soiiemoqua tre-J&. A-t -ria, Ops .
leleplwi.e -No. 41.
Office. Ok. Waiii asd CncaaimK sefe
Oi'i'icsa Horn : - U 1 5 A. ; 5 6 '. K.
RtKtdence : fetl'4ohaiwq.tcd na;
ATTOKNfcY AT LAW
A7i-.l rs-; r 't if t a i!WJJiS: .
Hooras 1 jmd 1J, Knusd af Vrtlriaa Catfe
.!rO A. DOKKIS. OKO-jrOUAM
attokxkys at law.
UMcc in 3vhiicy"8 Ittoek.
lia.ll, AsUirie, Oregon.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
itowns ii and . Odd Feltews BoHding.
.i.t)..v.:wiJn. d. A.cin
Ewrx & CI,i..
Attorney h and "oiret!ii t inr,
Office oil Oheiuaaas Sircd, A-toria. Owpfn
AUCTlOXKI-ii, ( ' A J'MON
AUCHITiar A3f DRArGfIT H v.
hcIrtrfArs rorcircd Sw Oflur of !r-'"'! vjr I
53f-0ra Wlrtte House !'
f-.KJ. F 1-JtKJBfcrK-
CIatoi ;: ir;,.KMe 5?it3' i" Atft
Office :-CheJU!M9 street-, lM.C. A i-..5
Itoona Ko. 8.
p iiSiMOA HAKTSJt.'M, .,
!ir. i.'i:iu awl Krgc.
ASTOKIA, - - OKECOK.
OrriGK-Itoom is. Odd Fellows EoUdtaf.
PHYSICIAN ASD 3UKG0K
OrKica Kooifls 1 , S, aa 3 IvtJiii BaOd
IlKSTDRxrc On Oecia Street, b oi
St. Matj'a HsI!kJ.
r r. nicies a. K.enAw
ZZEC8 fe SHAW.
Konitts jii Allen "s KuiMioz. nu tafr. dar
ner Cass :ted .Squcnuttui struts. Astoria 1
Bozorth o Solms,
Real Estate and insurance Agents,
Buy and sell all kinds of Peal lUtate awd
wifeiit tttc fIl1tm lp
litstti-ance Cnp tate :
Si-otttfih Union and Na
tional, assets SSXMt.tNtB
Piiocnix or Ilartfonl - iSUnmt
Home of Xh rk, " 7jn.Ki
H untnnx Hd 2tremti. " tiMMi
l'henix of iirookivu. " 4.0Jon
Oakland HutiK', ' ' 30006
Policies n J teji by ns hi the Phanrix n'
Home and Scot tsli Union and Aational at
BANKING AHD IHSURAXGE !
. W. CASE,
Broker, Banker, and Insur
ASTOKIA, - OREGt).1?.
l'wm 9 o'clock A. 31. nutl! .; o'ciork P. 31.
A General ii inking and Kxrhangt Bnsi
noss innsacted. 1 er fat ill tj for jiromi
ajids.it isfactorj Imsmcss
Drifts on llieleadn. titles of llf I'mted
States and Europe.
REV. TVs. D. WILSON
WILLlirCEIVKA LIMITED XU3IDEK
of Bos for instruct umi. iliree
eveniagsin tbeieek. In ue4i bnuKhes a
m.i nc desired. 'lasse in lttin or hi a
ordinary branch of advanced education wit!
be fonncd. For further articulars anjilj
as abo e.
VISITORS TO PORTLAND
Should not forget to call at Towns's San
Francisco Gallery, where ni be
seen photographs of all the leadingmcn and
women ofO'egon and Washington Territon.
Skillful operators alw -us In attendance. and
the most minute attention paid to jiiciur s
ofchildreiu Don't forget the locntion S. TV.
corner First and Morrison streets, np stair;.
No trouble to -hhow specimen; to iltors.
Street rallr ads pass the door every ten
minutes, and this is the nearest gallery to
the fire principal hotels.-
Thj nicJ'flro, combinirg Ir-n wiih rt,T
".c-etablc to." io quicklv and coxniiletiy
t ire IHs4rpsHit Indlgeetfon. WeaVji:.;,
IxnrcBlacIt Jbttarta(( kyfetazMtFrrrrs
sad NearfOfiir .
It Is an Brm'lmr rerarflv fbr XMca?esf s! e
It is inalm.Mo for r5KSi neculi&r to
Women fi ail i ho lead catntiry live
It 1k:s not inju-c tho tct Th,oaac hcidaf be.nr
-o!uc coiMuiiat en 1rr Jrom nwdtctKr pa
Iti-nriphci? and x ' rifios tljcli'nod.rtlmtriatc
iheawxHte.aJd th? MbinSlcXtaD of ibod n
Uctck HflKt'-nm rnd Lich!trg nd ttnngtb
ens tbo le5 and nerro.
l-or IntcrnsiMeiit Fev fAitT.de, Ixrk f
.t,rgr. 4." , it 1 a- no ttjual ,
US' TIjp pnclre Las aiorc trsde mtsrV. an
ros'scd red line on wriir per Take no tkrr
mU Ir b BCVVX UIEXK it C0w limOKE, X
HiaWuTOf , WOOD 4R & VtK, IVvrtlaad. Or.
U IK-AU. AOl M-
v and MALARIA.
JTomliic sources arise thiec foarfhs
grnMnojrs imhcitte tkc r riwlcnco
XjOKs of Appetite, Bnr-.li costive,
Ntck IYMMUekr, fr! "v. n'tcr cnt
ttiz,avcsiK ta pjcf.iCiot body or
ntliid.Erni.ticnofr t J,Irvit5Lba-ltyoflinie'-,
Ltovr spirit Af-ellnf;
fccfere the ores, hf'ily colored
TV:mp,GO. RTl PATlOAtT nd dc na"d
the ce of irctnet'y thit aelsdtrert'y or
thoMver. Asalircrractl elncTin-r'tJ
J-IFIS lm c no c uniL Tj iract cnos
t'ic Hi hi"vs ird feLm 1 i o prcapt;
remov m; all i'npuii.irs i.. oan these
tiiree seavcagrrB cf Oso ktcs,
proflnelns appetite, mhim1 dfscsdos,
rcihr stools, cVar Uin iiid arig
oraus boil v. Tt TT PI 1.LK e- use no
na,T"u t or pripin" ror i it rierc vrilh
UJy vo-ic aid arc apcrft ct
AlflTl D OTE TO R?A L A R ! A.
oHlcioij-r-u'ri E55. ( 11 - " -,.
GtHaikot V. nt5 :lbs c'jcrd hi.
stoutly UisCi'sr ruts lyasingle
application or:h Hi & Sold by Dro-
Sirtor sent by express on reoa&it otL,
OIBCft. 44 Mnr-a Steeol. Nerr Vnrk-.
: Fneripttous carcfolly coctpounded
A. . Alien,
WLolesalc and HdaB;Oealer lu
Giass and Plated Ware,
TEOP1CAL AXD DOMSSTIC
FRUiTS AND VEGETABLES.
TrwrUier wit i
left's If otice
sy& Tiinr.c will r.E
MO INCREASE OF PRICES
AND TIT VT US !s DETERMINED TO
maim "a Id repu'aUcn Une keeping the
ht and clietjn st tie tacinait In town, een
at a los. U !dmtrlf, wkde the dull tinv. Inst.
J. HL D. URAV.
Wholesale aad loutfl dealer tr;.
GB8GEB1ES, FLGUB5 km FEED
Hay. 0ai, Straw. Wood, Etc.
USE, SAKB AND CEMENT
Ceneral Storai(e 3nd Wharfage on reason
able term, foot of Benson street, Astotia,
Wito'esRle and Retail Dealer in
Tropical, Demestic. Green and Dried
MTfig. OAVDlSSltlKD MEATS, BTC.
"Fthc t?ifrr.s aud Tolarco.
ifext door to I.J. Arvold's, SquemoquaSt.
Bpi b fisopsiaBn
i flnw till na nti in ii i in i
Irugs uio Chemrcals
a J. I THfllAS,
I "X DRUGGIST
I A ?
! c Pharmacist.
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ASTORIA. OREGON. THURSDAY, QCTOgSJl 3ftw F&.
, , , m , I, i i ii y,"w '" ' ' i i w w ! mi m. ymm i iwJwn
pourica is pacific ouvnr.
In the lnai isfine of lxxnais JorVr-
W iv " -.- '"TrrTT'-j
by.joiui im, M ciear uinrai u
ci'srces iuaue u hk, pi"'
icilerb to Tek Astoeiax. Irst u-, aee
hor he has nwswered these charj:?
Ihe first charge vcea, Uwt boiuu 'i
hrcn offered and accetrfed. far Iw'um-1
"hfer ? bonl filed vhich frrf 1 tot
' . ytxtcied for ila face."
-1- n. b.r, oti. have fau.U . llle a'
I tu osi8 bsd fster liqaor dealer li-ec-i'v
.o nam4ri of tarajM this
v. Hey Ii.h.tt of one bond. whrsU a.
tp.wovod. sigae 1 bf thre3 xa-'i wh
v.cre not wort'i one dollar, aoj. iJiat
faet alone is finflicienl to Citiss voters
to hcBitate before TOTnj? for tho rmap
caudidil' .!! H1ru-n'j t'so htii
ber. Another chosga vrao, tluit he had
ettaredthr comtBtsapoaeni, in order
appRrentb' to covir his criminal neg
ligence, and by reason of this altera
tion some road district, or districts
were deprived of a mm of monej hon
estly one thcio, and badly needed bj
Tliis alter, tion wis not disovored
tmtd i-nblished in az: A'oesiax:
the commissioners, at their nest reg
ular meeting, in order ta protect this
man Davis from merited punishment,
made an order to conform with the
frcudulettt 7iiinrtn. What is his
nissvcr to thi-. charge? Allow tie to
ireitinhis own werds: "And oh!
th?it order stealing road funds for the
county , here is the order verbatim :"
Ordered that the road funds now in
tho treasury, not credited to aa "of
the districts now in existence, bj
transferred to to the county fund of
Pacific." There is his answer, what
do you think of it? Does he deny
it.' flc cannot deny it for, aa ho well
know ft, the proof is ample and ready
at a Tnomeufs netice: his answer is
simply to publish the order that was
niadc to cover his criminality.
What is his answer to tbo charge
of dating Mose FrelantTs hcemj
b-ck to cover a time that he wc i sell-
n cr lienor in violation of Ii7.' Au
ominous eiienoe only. Any one of
the charges is sufficioat to deter any
honest voter from cast in j; h.s ballot
for John Davis, or any of hi and
fir-ls candidates oa tli3 rajip
li.-re is the answer, to very grave
charges, of a mm who boasts th.-i hs
litis the public records to ta'-a t j ia
order to clear himself.
LooiaiV editor has ha L during this
campaign, a gre.it deal ta say about
c inMtcncy: he claims to hare a great
deal of this valuable coinmoiii;. and
probably he may huvo, as he ha nev
A1ku tiie time he started his pa
per, he stated to one with whoa ho
conversed on the subject, th .i his pa
per should bd independent and non
partisan. How lias he fuISH.nl this
pleJpe? Since the S20th of ycici
ber his paper has been violently and
Shortly before the convention of
September 20, h4 stated editorially
that he was in sym-wthy with the
temperance movement and would bo
found witu the temperance people
heartily. provided they avoided
fanaticism: the convention met and
it certainly cannot be charged that
they showed any fanaticism in regard
to temperance or other matters; now
ha hs fulfilled that pledge on the
contrary he has shown a notl vmdic
t.ve and vicious spirit orr iuce that
convention, not because t'e cwwn
tion, as he siys. renouueed temper
ance, for it done nothing of the sort.
Tor were is not a man on the Union
ticket, bul is known to bo a stricth
temj crate, honest and consecution
man, ng;.:nst whose character, either
public or private, thus far m a heated
campaign not a breath has been
heard. Finding the Union ticket
above lVproach he has. with hyeua
Hke inatiuot, barked continuously at
the hsels of John Wood, hoping thus
to divert attention from froai the real
issues of the campaign.
What is his record on the woman
soffrage move&ieat? J. S. M. Van
J3eave, in his communication of last
week, states that lie has heard him re
peatedly expresoed his opposition to
tLis mersure. Your corresiondent
has also heard him at two different
tames, express his unqualified con
tempt for woman suffrage couched in
language anything but oomplmicntaij
to the ladies, jet in a card in Loomis
paper ho assures the ladies of Uwaco
that he b heartily in sympathy with
the woman's rights movement. He
evidently places a very low estimate
on the inMlectaal abilities of the
ladies of Pacific county when he
hopes to hoodwink them in any such
The course he has pursued in the
JCi. A. feoaie matter is of a like incon
sistent character. Look at his state
ments and comment on this scandal
in the past, and then scan the editorial
in his hist issue in which lie tries to
give a political coloring to the just
indignation of the citizens of the
Willapa. In that editorial, truth as
well ps consistency, ia conspicuous
for its absence. He states that the
meeting which was held at Dexter A
SperiVbwas arranged at ihe court
house at about the close of the con
vention. This is a bare-faced false
hood. He also states that O. W. Wil
son was present at that meeting, which
is another bare-faced falsehood, as
Mr. Wilson was not in Chsterville on
that day. What he terms editorial!?,
as "monstrous proceedings," he. in
conversation at South Bend, termed
"serving him (Sonle) just right,"
His charge that there were men
present at that meeting who helped
apply the tar and feathers he will
doubtless be allowed to prove, as
there were men present who cannot
j afford to rest under that imputation,
i The course pur&uod by Mr. IJowen in
j this matter plainly shows him to be
eiwier a demagogue or a coward.
In his personal answer to J. S. M.
tt m " -o or ..
yi vuwivc, jjuwoa suys: .x opine tae
;. tun iiupui- niu give me
credit of conducting tho columns of
the Journal in a very clean and inof
fensive manner." This mav be in-
ten.lfd for a ioke, nnd if bo it id a
verj cvl onf ; bnt I-opfe the read
ers of the Jolurucl will sy thrt the
article eai!edStnpichi" and "igned
P' -..-, .rrr,;J ..-
iaro of sacn tow OMracscr tliat nr.b-
aWv no 0ihcrmiper cxistesco roald
have admitted it to its column ., and
-". .Fi v
that hi; editorial in bis last issus in
rj rd iotha E. A. So lie matter is a
piece of nostree3s of which even Alt
D. Bocn ought to ba ashamed a bc
in;j mc )nsiitmt with past editorials
awl private cotrrenation, and also de
ficient in troth nd fairness.
Lat tho voters of Pacific couatv
review ihe character nd cireor of
this juvenile editor, tfceo his apnajr
anc in Pacifie county, and see if they
wa'it hiaa to represent them in the
h!,'l:ejt branch ofc-tlre territorial leg
isle :ir Aif n jonmanftt he has
sho vn himself totally unfit to repre
sent Pacific conrty aloce- fion bovr
oa he hope to represent four c .r
tir iu tiio legislature
' Hon. J. S. M. Yan Okiave H a mu !
of lar" legislative experience: a man
of acknowledged ability: an otd-tme
resident of this district; a man thor
onghb conversant with lhelegi-,Iathe
needs of his district: a man of irre
proachable cliaractor, and in, whom
the utmost confidence s felt by all
who know him.
Alf. D. Bowes is mere bo , and
so far as we call judge by his 'paper,
duriiig his brief residence in this
county, a boy of vary moderate abil
ity, lie has rested iu this county
barely one ear. Despite his denials,
it ii. a notorious fact that he was
broaght here and kept here by L. A.
L om, and has served him and him
alone during his residence here. It
is reported, on the best authority,
that ho demanded 1,00 J for support
ing the rump racKet, ana was prom
isjd S33). What can jou expect of a$A, pKQfiily, i , fj I
man in tho legislarure who is thus pun. bowjsrs
easilj bought and sold? The first
number of the PftSLAv Journui issued
at Oysterville stated that tlio editor's j
OOJCCi in cuuiiuh u w yuicv was i
expressly to raakb mocey; he had not j
tho grace to say that in return for $
that money he would labor Tor ihei
best interests of Pacific county, nor
would his conduct stneo have borne j
him out in that assertion had he!
He wa nominated by a convontioo,
and is running on a platform 5 which j
a ivicales non-fosrfeiturc of the si. r. y
R. R- land-: thatis, he is opposed to 1
forfeiting ?ny lands gtr.i' I 1 1 thatf
o rapan, einer kT w io' o "u a-t. 1 Q
wh2tu r eirn d dr une rnl; .. d f "
o.eet ii Lc '-ill fenr i- -l rs
aud tne N. P. IlSE. cu o . , . 1 1
Lltpm aloRP. fis I
sion for a c ndid&te for 1 3
Look at hi metjioJs ol c
the c.mieii;a. Jsot a luo
uunt has aipeired m nu. t.
far, cither for the ramp or agaiust
the Union ticket. HU ixHcy hasi
consisted solely in frothing and va- j
norinz. ami a continuous nowt ot
This policy has finally culminated 1
in fhnriKd ?iTtrl Jnhil Wood, which
wiU brmg Air. 13owen more trouble
t'aan votes. Mr. Wood can, and does
n .eh. rvmvA ii,-1 t.w h jtcm i a lril-
e.isily prove. tha tnis charge " a wii-
fnl, malicious and premelitated
falsehood, generated for pol tical pur-1
poses alone;. but this fact does not,
excuse iue auiuor, ami wm o iv-
kct him from puuihment.
it i bat a short time since this
nni k:3 ,- oft ai,o.l fo .,.nnm.
m .to tiio sale before Jjoomis and tae
whisky nag at Oysterville should,
knoT t'jat negotiations were ia pro-
grcs; and what was his escose for
this trer.cb.erv? nc was ashamed of
H :'!!! . tMaWheahjorQarrvJTi3iAi3i.25.Uj:uil i liuuot- umaionmu uuuwo
known, aao acdruWrtHnr" f?j f iKlWl'tV W SEET IHQN
fact and oa tuo-jj two oxu.c- t JL'liAHIk 1 AJoitJli O Lp.., ,XTn ,t-Z
ence. Tho idea of Alf D Bowen
OUUe. J.UU JUOit Ut XL1I. J. uu"cu
baing ashamad of anything!
J5owen saVb. Woods opposuion to
Stevo Wvlie is on account of his be-,
ing a rival logger, wuat peneira-
tion! Let me tell Bowen what Iffthfi llfiiri anTnTiimT
IirXvll lifllu JBWGffy,
resident of Nasel precinct, sold
tract of land to another man: the
land was still assessed to O'Brien:
O'Brien had "proved up" on the land,
but had not received a patent; he
therefore went before the board of
AimmiHinnoH ami o;ti I tttrlt ItA lv
rebevexl of these taxes, arguing that
if anvone should pay the taxes it
should bo the man who then" owned
the land. Tho matter was not then
adjusted, and O'Brien left, and on
next meeting Wylie asked him how
the m itter had been arranged. "WeJI,
I'll tell yon,1 said- Wylie, "I was in
favor of," letting ou off, but Eeed and
Johu Davis thought it wasn't bestf
There is a fair sample of the way bus
iness has been transacted by the
county commissioners for the past
Lady voters, of Pacific conEty, can
ou vole for John Davis? Bead the
following letter and sec in what es
timation yon are held by this 'court
eous ' ami "affable'' gentleman. The
letter was written to J3. C. Forguson,
one of the world's lair commissioners
for W. T.. .vho wrote to Davis asking
if there was au agricultural fair held
in this county, and wishiug to obtaiu
the address of the secretarj'.
OysTHavti,!, W. T.. Aug. 20, "84
We have no such associations in
our county. Tho only fairs held
here are fair sex: they are hold at all
easons of the year, and at any hour
of the day or niyht : come down.
Auditor of Pacific county, W. T.
The italics are ours. A truly court
eous and affable reply, but one
which the ladies of Pacific county
will.no doubt take some exceptions
Bowen give3 John "Wood as ihe au
thor of recent articles .in The Astc-
-, ,.- iwoiuum. ill. Mum
never rote or dictated a line of that
Tbe first article,' toTnE Astohiax.
was accompanied . by aletter, to tho
editor, giving the author's name, and
alo authorizrrg him to usejIr.j
Wood's nana, ir caliedtJupoi : this
was done that it might not be HHd
that whatever charges were contain
ed in pi.v of these artie!o3. wero mado f
by iTtsoonibl parties. Tho writ-
cr s namo cati ba obtained on appli
cation, and is iv doubt now' m pos
sc'"ori af Doweu and Drvio.
J&Ca. t. Jiii a
i r?i v.
Rheumatism, Heuraigia, Sciatica,
Licsbago, Backache, He(5ichc,Tcoihachc,
Sore Tbrat, Srcl'tnc. p ihs IiraiEcs,
Iiinm bCHlt. trct llltc-.
i ALL UVIiBR PyDlLY;!'i:S 1M ICIJCJ.
SaU by Brnri u ant P-s'-rs mr wto". Tltlj CraU a
battl mreMm' ia 1 1 iMfiMa.
IMJUIOHSLLBSCV) HIUi3u. Mil- C. S. X.
HOTELS AND IJKSTAURAXTb.
t3, K. i.tRKr.;t
First Class in ail Hesp0t3.
FREE COACH lO TnE HOUSE.
siers; Ice Cream
, The New Model. Everyihirsg First
Ca 8ret. re of iMd-Yellows railding.
Every attention paid rov customer. aid
lhe ore Uem m fi M le
Restauranl and Bakery
"fne. IS. ZJ"30EJSII3fi 7l. i
7Kes t n-noun'e to nor fr f nd -d th i
Vfifcf'V '' OP?DWl
RESTAURANT ANO BAKERY i
lb- an newfimltlV' o ?is!ie tbei
Tae Best the Xarkct Affords Cooked to t).-dr.
j.irrs in t rrry Mile.
JViw L 'hi
earTs -? ?f ap -yxt
n?ft?3 rsc ai n sv n vs
.e T hrk ' io, ,. i;icl S T C V S,
t u - : n,
?r i.-.. x lj4 t f n t -i i i.L.L.fli rvi .! i iiiiii.x
SartHn Gtaiii, WatGheiJTojs, jfancy GgqcIs, StatiOB8ry:
Of awry dewHpiioa.
Too noest stoek of Jewelry in Astoria.
SfAll 500 Is warranteaasrepresented
6USTAV KANSEK, JEWELER. .
if ttF: j-
Columbia Transportation Company.
THE POPUL.A.K STEAMER
Which ha liecn Wlitted for the comfort of passengers will Iea c
Wilson & Fi-dier's Dot k c ery ,
Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 6 A.M. arnymcj at Portland at 1 P.M.
t ' , fi m mm
Tuesday and Thursday at A. ,u. .arriving ar Asioria at T P. M.
STTVnadi'.ftionaltrip-v.nt tio.raRden.Sundav of Erirh We8, Ieainj PoftJartd
at g o'eloels. Sunday 33ooUms. Passcuuers bj thK route eonnecr at Kalana
rtrirtS- wr.TTr' r -T"
X Jwc fc 8 d; -s'-I acu --
r BTdnW.-OKEeONi "
' '" BOILER MAKERS.
BalbViyork, Steambaoat Work
and C'an nor y Work a sps-
LIIIIVl J 33 Ml IV
" iShlt 3ef.Tiptie made to Orriet
. at Iiovt ISotsce.
A. D.nVss. ProsideHt.
,, ,,.. n i. sajjfc.it. eretarj.
JOH 1 ox.Siirwniitt ndent.
XSDT & ITEEOIIES,
ASTOlTA. - OREGON.
The. Pioneer Machine Shop
l.LACKblllTII ,m i(i.
4) All kinds of
ui.Vi jm .
rroinptly attended te.
'. specialty iniulu of repainas
FOOT OFLAK YYET'in STKCCT.
Magnus 0. Crosby
wssm, iaoi. steel.
Iron Pipe and Fittings,
2 t sa Wi JA ii IS
Cigars. Ttbacoo and Motions.
Cor. Squpinoqua, and f lney street, Astoria.
GERMANIA BEER HALL
B0TTLSB BEES BEP0T,
Cliefcamus street, Astorin.
The Bes- of Lager 5 Gts. a Glass.
Orders for the Celebrated
Columbia Brewery Beer
left atthls'placc will le promptlj
twrNo cheap San I'rani ieo Peer so'd at
Wh IJrciC, I'roinrtor.
n;inlAnn TFAilSHIP I !kfP
UUHnU Ol CttlMOnir LIRE.
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great reduction In Kiti'owr the above
well ki own Hue Parties deslrinn loenn
Kurope. or wishinif to .n't for friends in
the old e nntrv wl 1 find It t thir .idan-
IHvr tn T
! ttgc to puichasc tteKets over the Cm .ml
"Hnropc to U ru
Fresh Fruit, Received Daily
I A Full Slot Is. of Smokeis Ar icfe.
NEW GO Do COXaT.VXTLY AHKIVIXG.
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Chennnnw street, south side, cue door
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P&ICE, FHE CENTS.
Oregon Railway & Navigation
OC2F1AS !2 VISI038".
DurlnR the month of October, 1SS4. Ocean
Su.Mmrs will sail from 1'oitland to ban
Fr mcco, .rid from an Trancisco 10 Port
.uid,.s foiliws. kalug Am-worth Dovk.
Portland, at Midnight, and Spear Street
harf. S in Francisco, at 10 A. ai. :
From Portland. I 1 rom San Francisco.
i Octj Oct
OreKon Fn 3 S'ato of Cal....Wed 1
tattt ot .al....ed S OVilaml)ia...k...Mon 6
Co umbia ... il n 13orepon at H
Uregun ... . at 1'ibtato of Lal....Thur 16
tte of Lil Thu- i: olumbia Tnes 21
Co nmbia tnes 23 O tRon nn 2K
rovlbtate of Lal....Fri Jt
0-on "nti 21 Jov
state ot tal....tn llColambia Wod 5
Tin ojjti TieUettt MId to all principal
cities tu tlio Lnited btatts, Cauada-and
TasbCnger trams leave Portland for East
ern iwints, at II :40 A.M. daily. "
Pnllmaa Palate Carb runainx between Port
'aad aodbt. Pan!,
UStEIi DStiSIOV (Middle Columbia).
Uoafc leave Portland for Dalle at 7 :00
, ALSO: r
land for iMon)
Tu.IWe.jTliu.lFrt. I Sat.
Vstona and I I
lun1bia....lSA1ll 6 AM
facotnaand btattlt daily at 1"W PSA
ViLiona bteamets do not run bunday.
L,8tl3 storia for Portland at b a. in. daily ex-
C. n. T.RESCOTT,
. L. STOKES, Manager.
(j.r'l trei,ht and Pas. Agt
LI NOIlS, Agent Astona.
OVERLAND TO CALIFORNIA
Oregon & aniornia R. R.
SO Hours between Pott.and and San Fran-
tbto. Onli 211ipur 'aiagiiiy.
Fare to Saa Francisco 32 ; to Sacramento $30
Leaerortljndat7.30 a. . daily (except
buudaj) : Anne at aau Francisco
0 :to i m , third day.
CIoso coiiuections made at Ashland
witti the btayes ot the Oregon and Calltor-
iiu btae Company.
EASTS IDC DIVISION".
Ccnvcru roit &..!) ana .l&MiAAD'
Poi Hand -. 7 0 a. 31 j Ashland 4 45 a. m.
Ashland .U.2o e. m Portland . 4:2jP.M.
Albany txPRess tkain.
Portland . 4 OOP. ar. Lebanon... . 9 :2u P. at
Lebanon 1 :15 a.m. Poitland... 10 .03 A. M
Pulliiim P.ilacesltjepinCarleares Port
laud Mondays and Ihursdajs. Ketunuug
leaves Aluiiid iutid ijd ana tndajs.
Hit? Oregon and C.difomu ltailroad Ferry
mah.es connection with all iCt'Milar Trams
on J.stside Div ision, from the foot of F St.
"H hSTblDK oivisiox.
Botncctt S'rti.ud anu Corvullls
Portland .9 Co a. ii.,Corvalli 4 jsu p. m.
o vaiik 80 . M.lPortlaud JJ5JP.M.
Por.l Mid . CO p m M'aMmiiMllt: 8 eO pm
ueMiitiiviiM J3:t5 M Poitland 8:JUam
Local t cketsiors,ile,andbag: agechecked
at u.ini.am up town otllce, coiner btark
alii bi cond iti tt. lickmstoall thepriu
iji tl jtoints in ( alifornia, can onl he pro
tiircd and luggage checked, at the Com
I'any'oitice, Jorner t and Front Sts., Portland, Or.
Freight will not be received for shipment
ttr 5 o'clock p. m. on either the Lastside
or West-id e Diviaious
I. F i P. Ant
liwacs Steam favigaiion Ou.'s
win iej: schedule.
Jsioric to Fort Stevens, Fort Canby,
Connecting by strges aud boats for
Oysterville, IVlontesano and Olympia
A -ppf K. ITntlI further notice the Rwaco
22is&i Steam rtavLjmiou Co.'s steamer
ill leave Astoria on
tiordays, Thursdays, and Saturdays
(Mouda,Thursdajsnnd Saturdajs being
Ojstervillc and Montesnno man days.)
at 7 A. M.
Ft.Steyens, Ft. Canby and llwaco
Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Fridays
Tlio steamer will leave Astoria at 9 a.m.,
asfoniKr1'. not being confined strictly to
A SECOND TRIP v.ill be made, leaving As
tori i three hours aft-r arriv ing from llwaco.
Tare to Tort Canby and llwaco, $1 00
SfTteKeis can be bought at the office for
EEyIIwaco freicht, by tho ton. In lots of
one ton or ov cr, $2 per ton,
C3yl7nr Tickets, lowage or Charter ap
ply at the office of the company, Graj '
wharf, foot of Benton street.
J. U. D.GRAY,
COUNTY CORONER J. C. ROSS.
rg'IIE TIXtST AXD 3I0ST COMPLFTE
A stocki f otiisand n-KETs in the
cil.. v ir r oins three do rs above the
vttsomcTl II. on MAIX STUEET Astoria,
Or. Co c mr s office at th s inie pi tee.
did r- f on. t ie coi ntrv given prompt at
tention aud smsra tio gutrmte d.
1 siden e, We-t 7th an ( ed.ir streets,
one b ock f o i ht Marv 's Hospit d.
Uiiusrtaker ani CaMM Mater,
KXT TO TIIE ASTORIAX BUH.SIX6.
JSAU work done m a skillful manner on
short notice at reasonable rates.
B. B. FRANKLIN,
OROM. AND AFTER OCTOBER FIRST,
1. the Aitorla Gas Light Co will charge
consumt-r- of gas S3 to per 10C0 cubic feet.
& n-nnters uamg 10,000 feet an over tvIJI be
entitled to a rotate of 10, cent.
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