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THURSDAY 3sTov. 13, 1873
FAXTSI1TIX JS C03IIXG.
Fansdivin' is tummin', I say, loot a hero!
Its 'ejolliest, bcstos olo day in 'eycar
I dust dot weaned last time 'fore it tamo
And 'o way I dust ct was a jolly old shame.
Pa buyed a biff turtoy it dust loot most froze;
For'e fevers was dawn; 'o dear turtoy 'stloso.
'Ev pet em all off ma said, tauso I ast her,
If I was a turtcy, Pd dust run 'e faster.
I dost dot away; I 'd hollered and twido;
I'd said: "Lootaliere,Inin'tdointohofriod;
Bit some ovvcr turtoy, but let me alone,
I so awfie 'ittle I isn't half drone."
Jane stuffed 'e ole turtey, and just made 'o oat
Tho' 'e hand n't no head to chew up 'e meat;
S'o chew'd it up for 'im wid a bid ehop'n-knife;
I never did sec such times in my life.
S'o toot'e ole chickies and put in a pie,
'E poor ittio chickic, 'cy dust had to die;
'Ey dust laid 'em down all luddled to sleop,
But 'ey nover twied once not even a poop.
An' dust all 'c fings wo had, I don't know,
But I dust had one ting 'at want in 'o show
I had an olo atk before I dot froo;
It dust made me holler I bet it would 'ou.
J0u see I was ittio, but fo'tl was bid
An so 1 dust eat lite a ittio young pid.
An my dwcss dotso tight I fo't 1 should die
But I didn't do noflin but sit up an twi.
But now I wear pants, I'm dittin so ole.
An I dcss I tan cat dust all I tan hold.
Fantsdivin 's a splinty olo day, don't 'ou fint,
"Viv such lots o' stuff to eat an to drint.
JJut dear ittio boys what don't know any better,
Bust pay an attention to my ittio letter,
Don't eat so much turtey, somuchchickiepio,
Or 'ou'll have an atk tho same as did I.
But dust tate a ittleof ovcrythin' nice,
And dust 'ou say no, when fotcs ast 'ou twice.
O'u 'd better loot-jut and know when to stop.
Or 'ou '11 dit an atk that'll dust mako 'ou hop.
Fantsdivin is tummin,' I say, loot a hero!
It's 'ej oiliest, botes olo day in 'o year;
If 'ou aint dot no turtey, 'ou turn and sco ma,
S'e 'il div 'ou some dinnor, and so will my pa.
Srx Wise Rules. Who -will keep
these for one year?
1. To hear as little as possible
whatever is to the prejudice of others.
2. To believe nothing of the kind
till I am absolutely forced to it.
3. Never to drink in the spirit of
one who circulates an ill report.
4. Alway to moderate, as far as I
can, the unkindness which is un
kiudness to others.
5. Always to believe that if the
other side were heard, a very differ
ent account would be given of the
6. Mind your own business, and
the public will commend you for so
Temxle I.odjjre Xo. 7 A. F. & A. M.
regular Communications first and third Q
Sa tarda js in each month, at 7 o'clock Xf
l: m., at the Hall in Astoria. Members V
of tho Order in Reed standing are invited to at
tend. By ordei of tho W. M.
Boaver3Lodge No. 35, I. O. O.F.
""2s&-- Meet every Thursday evening.
;2gsat 7 o'clock, in the Odd Fellow's
-a-'llall, corner of Cass and J offorson
streets, Astoria. Membors of tho
Order are invited to attend. By order, N. (i,
"Willamet Iron Works
Incorporated Sept. 1-1, 1865.
Cor. Kbrth Eront and E sts., Portland.
P. FITTIiOGEN, I PETER TAYLOR.
IBM MID BRASS FOUNDERS, BOILER MUBRi
General Machinists, and
MANUFACTURE and HAVE FOR RALE
High and Low Pressure Marine and Sta
tionery Engines and Roilers; Saw Mills, UrW,
-hlls, Quart, Alining, and Agricultural Ma
chinery, WATEi HEELS of several pat
icin, eiual to any imported, on hand and
Jiiadc to order, of any siic. BEL1 A I HI KG of
..lachinery and Boilers promptly attended to,
and executed with neatness and dispatch. The
Largest and REST SL'OClv OF PATTERNS
Jiorth of San Francisco. No charge for the uso
of them. Agent for KNOWLES' PATENT
.STEAM PUMl tho best in uso. Also. Agents
for tho AMMONIA CAL PREPARATION for
the removal of Boiler scale, DkGkoot's Oh-s.-.vMKxrvL
Iron Fkxck. a varioty of beautiful
j'uttcrns for Cemeteries, etc. House Castings,
rtc.cte. . JAMES LOTA N,
x 'tt Superintendent.
Corbett, Failing & Co.
Henry Failing and 11. W. Corbett &, Co.,
53 and 53 Front st, Portland.
TMPORTERS AND WHOLESALE BEAL
X ers in
HOPE, Etc., Etc.
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Agents for tho salo of """''
Allen & Lewis,
Shipping and Commission
Merchants, and "Wholesale Dealers.
18, 20 and 22 North Front st, Portland Oregon
San Francisco effice:
Corner of California and Front Streets.
Ilenry James Gate.
Laidlaw & Gate,
Importers and Commission Merchants,
23 Front Street, Portland. Oregon.
REDFERN, ALEXANDER & Co.
EAGLE A2sD EXCELSIOR
R. J. Walker,
Soda, Sarsaparilla and Cider,
All kinds of Syrups, Porter,
Ale and Brandv Coloring.
Cor. Pront and Ash Streets,
JAXIOX, IillODKS k CO.,
ictoria, 11. C.
Jauiou & Rhodes,
importers and Commission Merchants
Front Street, Portland.
Lloyd's Agents for Oregon
THE PIONEER ENGLISH HOUSE IN
tho city, and the founders of a direct line
of Clipper Ships between Liverpool and Port
land, offor for salo the largest assortment of
Appointed Agents for J & R Ten
nent's Celebrated brand, of Ale and Stout;
"Wm Younger & Co'.s Celebrated Edin-bui-
ale; Giirov Brothers & Co.'s Dundee
Gram Sacks, wool Sacks and Burlaps.
"-Solc Agents for Blood, Wolfe &
Co's Celebrated brand of ale and Stout;
Ind, Coopo & Co.'s Celebrated Burton
ale; AVm McEwan's Celebrated Edinburg
ale; "Worthington's Liverpool Salt; Hock
in, "Wilson & Co's Celebrated London
Pickles and Sauces; J & J Armktead's
Celebrated Durham Mustard; J&HD
Grimond's Celebrated Dundee llemp Mat
ting ana uarpetmg; lieorge (Jurlmg A: Cos
Citrates and DrugsjDunville's Irih "Wliis
ky; Stewart's Scotch "Thisky; Hill, Evans
& Cos EnglMi Malt Vinegar; Noble's &
Iloare's London Varnishes; John Powler
B uos (Jelc orated Steam Plows. aul2
George L. Hibbard,
Shipping, Storage, and Commission
1$Q. 2i North First str., Corner of Ash,
DEALER IN OREGON and California Pro
duce also importer of and M'hoicsalo
doalor in C. A. & C. M. Hibbard's celebrated
Hand Made Boots and Shoes.
US-Call and examine my stock boforo pur
chasing olsowhoro. Consignments solicited.
3J- All businoss ontrusted to mo will receive
nromit attontion. shitf
W. Jackson & Co.,
Front Streot, Portland,
Importors and AVrholesalo Dealers in
Plated Ware, Wooden Ware,
Coal Oil, Furnishings,
Andtlso Agents for Porkins & Houso'6 Patent
Motallic Kerosene or Coal Oil
S& Our stock having been selected and ship
ped direct to us from manufacturers in tho
East and Europe, wc :iro nrnnnrpd t.n soil in
the trade at such rates as wo think will induce !
trado. aiii2 tf I
Manufactured by Lazarus & Morris,
XEW METHOD OF FITTING GLASS
es to tho eve of anv nersnn who r:innnf
spare tho time to como and select for them- '
selves. Any person who will send us a copy
for sample of the smallest sized tvpo thatthev
can read at an ordinar distance, can bo fitted
to glasses that will suit the eye.
L. C. HEXRTC1ISEX, & Co.,Solo Agents,
10'J First street, Portland. au7
D. W. WILLIAMS.
"Williams & Myers,
2So. 5 Central Block, Pront st., Portland.
Groceries and Oregon Produce,
Grain, Plour, Mill Peed,
Bacon, Lard, etc.
Mnvple Pire-Proof Storage.
'.SSan Pfancifeco Agent,
r HffvnvrT'v-n wo m . -n.'
U. ALIlOliLER, 213 Clay street. l
MUSIC AND BOOKS.
G. L. Df:PR.vxs,DearSir ThoBur
dett Organ that 1 tried at your house
UETTER THAN ANY OTHER
f EVER HEARD. Thero is a variety
and sweetness of tone in these instru
ments unsurpassed, in my opinion.
Is vory EASILY ACCOUNTED for.
(The eminent American Pianist),
Mad. Anna Bishop Concert Troupe.
SEND FOR CIRCULARS BEFORE YOU
GHATS MUSIC STOEE!
G. L. EePJfclNS, Manager,
Odd Fellows' Temple, Portland,
J.K. Gill& Co..
(Successors to G, A. Steel & Co.,)
WHOLESALE AND KT2TAIL DEALERS IX
BOOKS AND STATIONERY.
No. 7.3 First street, bet. "Washington and Stark
Established T-nrenty-t-wo Years.
S. J. McCormick,
Franklin Book Store!
BOOKSELLEH AND STATIONEK,
19 First Street, Portland, Oregon.
Constantly on Hand, a full Stook of
STjINDABD SCHOOL BOOKS,
And Staple Stationery.
American Ex. Hotel,
Cor. Front and Washington streets.
L. P. W. QUIMBY, C. H. PERKINS.
THE PROPRIETORS AVOULD RESPECT
fully inform tho traveling public, that tho
American Exchange having been recently im
proved in all its departments, they aro now
prepared to oifor superior inducements to their
patrons and tho public in goneral, at reduced
Roard and Lodging, Si to Si 50 per day, ac
cording to room occupied.
The American Exchango coach will always
be in readiness to convey passengers and bag
gage to and from tho Hotel, froo of charge.
HEMEKETA HOTEL Salem, Oregon.
WESLEY GRAVES, Puopbiktor,
tfS"The cheapest andbestHotcl in tho State.
Froe Coach to tho House.
(Kept on the European Plan,)
ZIEBER & HOLTON.. PROPRIETORS
Corner Stark and Front stroots, Portland.
G. B. COOK. -W. II. AITDRUS.
(Kept on tho European Plan,)
COOK & ANDRUS PROPRIETORS
Corner First and Morrison stoots, Portland.
St. Charles Hotel,
Corner Front and Morrison streets,
R. A. WHITE -. PROPRIETOR
N Portland, Oregon.
RpHE ST. CHARLES IS THE ONLY BRICK
JL llotol in Portland; has boon thoroughly re
paired and refurnished since tho firo, and is
now the most comfortable and convenient
house in tho Stato. nltf
(Fifteen Miles Northwest of Astoria.)
At Unity, Raker's Bay, W. T.,
ET3HE UNDERSIGNED HAS PURCHASED
JL tho above house at this favorite resort.
Having thoroughly renovated and furnished
tho sumo with now material, it will bo kept in
The tablo will be furnished with tho best tho
market affords; Fresh Fish, Oysters and
Clams in evory style. No pains Avill bo spared
toniake guests comfortable.
The above house is only one and a half miles
from tho Ocean Reach, where anglers may en
joy raro sport. Boats, carrying passengers,
will ply between Unity and Astoria, connect
ing with Columbia Kivcr boats. Tri-weekly
stages will run between Unity and Shoal
watorDay. JOHN HUNTER, Proprietor.
RS, CLOUTRIE WISHES TO INFORM
, tho Public that sllO hns rnmnlnfnrl I,.
large new two-story house, -which is hard
finished throughout and is now prepared to
receive visitors at this -well known resort
TISITORS WILL FIND TTTF. A"nnvn
? namedHonse open for tho entertainmont
of guet during tho season, as usual
Real Estate Bireetoiy
And Correspondence Bureau.
Fans, Bniii Lots or BMs,
ADVERTISED, SOLD, OR EXCHANGED.
By D. C. IRELAND, Agent.
" J-hero are so many inquiries concern
Real Estate m and about Astoria, and there
being no particular way for buyer and seller
to meet each other, wo have concluded to
nen a REAL ESTATE DIRECTORY, in
this Oihco. Parties havmr property to sell,
or parties wishing to purchase will be per
mitted to use our columns, for the purpose
of effecting such transfers, at mere nominal
charges, rfend descriptions, price, etc., that
people may know what you have for sale.
xUcClure's Astoria ..
(six lots) ill
" 12 ill
KrT TIlOSO lots aro well worth fhr monov
they aro each 50 by 100 foot, very well situated
for residence property.
Terms reasonable, oc"0
FARM FOR SAIE.
OO A ACRES GOOD LAND, situated on the
OAsXJ oanks of Lewis and Clarke river, and
known as tho
Is offered for sale at the cheap rate of Si 2.3 per
acre. Address, F. FERREL,
si)tf Astoria Steam Saw-mill.
For Sale Cheap for Gash I
,00D SUBSTANTIAL DWELLING House
COntainini? Hnvon rnnms T.nwnr vonmc?
nam nnisiieci, together with three acres of
good Garden Land, all under good fenco. Or
chard, Ram and Stablo, Store-rooms, Wood
houso and other buildings, situated at Skipa
non Landing For further particulars, apply to
1 erry. Woodward & Co, Portland or to
RICHARD HOBSON. Astoria.
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FARM FOR SAIE.
ACRES GOOD FARMING LAND
on Klaskanino Ornnk is Afl'ororT fi
sale very cheap for cash. The location is line:
One and a half miles from the Lower
Landing on the Alilitaiy Boad, and
on the Railroad Survey.
A first class location for a Hotel, Summer
Itesort, or Dairy Ranch.
Forty acrc3 of this ground borders on Klas
kanino creek. There is an orchard of ."00 trees
on tho place. A bargain is offered. For par
ticulars imiuiro of D. C. IRELAND.
auli) lm Astorian Office.
Sqtjemoque Street Astouia
Under tho Management of tho
Rev. Mr. and Mrs. Hyland,
MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1873
fir Tuition per quarter, in advance, $7 50.
MRS. A. S. MERCER,
Teacher of Prof. E. A. RoBBI-s,
American Methoufor Piano Forte
Alse: Harmony andThoroughbase!
RfTThoONLY CONCISE SYSTEM which
will stand Artistic Criticism, and furnish tho
material upon which every educated Teacher
can baso their own peculiarities of instruction,
it presents in a new light, based upon Natu
ral Laws, the art of Execution, and Science of
.Music xfeBRooms at Residonce, Astoria;
E. MIL WAIN,
95 Front and !W First Street,
na. "WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER
in Stoves, Sheet-iron, Tin-plate, etc. Plumb
ing and Gas fitting cheaper than any other
house in town.
BY ORDER of the Roard of Directors a sec
ond assessment of hventy-fivo per cent, on
tho capital stock of tho Astoria Farmers Com
pany is made and required to bo paid to tho
Treasurer of said Company.
.., S. D. ADAIR,
COURT FOR THE PRE
. Stato of Oresron. Count.v
i cinct of Astoria,
-or matsop, 1. v. uase, i'jnintitt vs. 11. Jv.
btovens, Defendant. Civil action to recover
To II. K. Stovcns, tho above named defend
ant: 3n the name of the State of Oregon, vou
are hereby required to appear bofore tho un
dersigned, a Justico of tho Peace for tho pre
cinct aforesaid, on the 18th day of December,
1578, at 1 o'clock in tho afternoon of said day,
at tho office of said Justico, in said precinct,
to answer tho abovo named plaintiff in a civil
action. rJ he defendant will take notice, that
if lie fail to answer tho complaint herein the
plaintift will take judgment against him for
SI!) 42 gold coin, and for costs and disburse
ments. Given under my hand this 3d day of Novem
ber, 1S73. CHARLES STEVENS,
no4 7t Justice of the Peace.
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TN THE PRORATE COURT OF CLATSOP
X County, Stato of Oregon, before his Hon. J.
W. Moffit, Judge. In tho matter of the estate
of George Summers, deceased. To all whom
it may concern, greeting: Notico is horeby
given, that by consideration of the abovo en
titled Court, I, Charlos S. "Wright, have been
appointed administrator of the estate of George
Summers deceased, and as such rociuiro all
persons having claims against said estate to
present tho same to me with the proper vouch
ors therefor, for approval, within six months.
And any person knowing themselves indebted
to said estate, aro respectfully requested to
call and settlo thorcfor without delav.
CHARLES S. "WRIGHT,
.,-'. "'-, r Administrator..
Dated this, N ov. Cd, 1S73. KS Gw
CLARICE, HENDERSON & COOK.
Comer First, and Washington,
UTew Tobacco, Cigar and Not ion
59 Front st., Portland, Oregon,
(Opposito Cosmopolitan Hotel.)
Formerly connected with "Wasserman Ac Co.,
Is now Opening1
het, and takes pleasure in offering the samo to
his old friends, ctomers, and the trade gen
erally, at prices that defy competition.
tta. Eleven years business experience in
Portland, has made him fullv familiar with
tho wants of the trade of the Northwest Coast,
and therefore his stock has been selected es
pecially for tho trade. auilfltf
New and Second-hand Furniture
Spring, Hair, Eeaier,
Alobs, "Wool, and Pulu Rods,
Blankets, Spread, Sheets,
Pillows, Pillow Caaea, etc
Corner of First and Taylor Streets,
Portland, Oregon. gl6
CENTRAL MARKET, Stalls No,27 and 2?,
jolixso & spauldi;ntg,
Dealers in all kinds of FRESH MEATS, and
packers of Reef and l'ork. Tho highest prico
paid for all kinds of fat stock. j-tf
Fishel & Boberts,
Corner Eirst and "Washington Streets,
: THE BEST VALVE
FOB THE LEAST MONEY.
regon B a k e r j
jy. vrrxj, Jfropnetor,
Eirst Street, near Vine, Portland, Oregon
MANUFACTURE all kinds of Fancy Bis
., SU1' Crackers, Pilot, Ship and Naval
Uread. Orders addressed as abovo promptly
attended to, aui4 tf
No. 1 North-Front Street, Portland.
EALElt IN "WINES A NT) T.TOTrrms a vn
3J Manufacturer of Syrups, Cordials, Bitters,
etc.. etc. Sole asront for Jnhn WnlTnnd'a TM,:i
adelphia Brewery, San Erancisco. Beer hv
the keg or hottlq.
Goods delivered to any part of the City-
street, Portland, Oregon.
Boxes pf every da'crintion constantly on hand,
and made to order. Orders addressed to John
Jianow. corner of First and
ONE OF TILE LARGEST AND MOPTva
ricd assortments of Tobaccos, Cigars am
Yankee Motions, ever iniunrtnd i-nin fln" mar
meet witn 1 roinpt nttention.