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ASTORIA.- Dec 2, IS73
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I IIATE A JEOO&. !
I hate a fool like pizen,
Bad-as I hate a thief,
And hate a liar, for they all
Bring other folks to grief;
I hate a noseing gossip,
"Whose nabty prying snout
Pokes inter peoples business,
To ferret bii'thin? out.
I hate their pizen scandal,
N"o matter how it's fixed
"With guesses, lies and heresays
And dealt out free as water
In long .November rains
And may the king of brimstone
Bewrd 'em for their pains.
I s.lkn-5 hate a, drunkard,
A loafer, and a fop;
And hate a kid-glove dandy,
"Whobe brains are soft as pop;
I hate deceit and fawning, .
And hate like all possessed
A snarling, jawing temper
That gives nobody rest.
The Home Circuit Walking
about with a baby in the night.
"Bedad, I never was in a coun
try before where they had so much
land that they had to stack it," is
the remark ijnputed to a son of Ire
.ind after he had inspected the nu
merous hills and mountain-ranges of
An unsophisticated farmer when
asked by the paying teller of a bank
what denomination he would have
his bills in, replied. "You- may
give me a sprinklin of Presbyterian,
but the heft on 'era I'll take in good
old Hard-shell Baptist."
The total absence of boot-jacks,
pomatum pots, and other household
missiles in the remains of Swiss lac
ustrine villages leads Dr. Hartmann
the celebrated ethnologist, to the
conclusion that the domestic cat was
unknown to pre-historic man.
- You ought to let me pass here
free of charge, considering the be
nevolent nature of my profession,"
said a physician to a toll-gate keeper.
" Not so," was the reply, " you send
too many dead-heads through here
jiow." The doctor did not stop to
argue the point, but paid his toll and
The caution of the New England
er in giving an answer to a direct
question was illustrated the other
day, when a man asked an. Eastern
friend whose family were not noted
for very active habits. " Was not
your father's death very sudden?"
Slowly drawing one hand from his
pocket, and pulling down his beard,
the interrogated cautiously replied,
" Waal, rather sudden, for him."-
An absent-minded smoker nam
ed Yancy undertook to wbisper some
thing of importance in the ear of old
Mr. .Reynolds, Saturday, but in his
absent-mindedness' neglected to re
move his cigar, the fire end of which
was driven right into, the old gentle
man's ear. Mr. Reynolds jumped
htraiglit up in. the air about six feet,
and on coming down split Yancys
nose by a well directed blow, Yancy
picked himself up, and smarted for
home, declaring in a rage that he'd
not tell old Reynolds what he was
Mil T- . J-? 1 nr . t
-r-jLjie iansas ,ity limes tells 2J
pathetic tale of a poor widow in deep
destitution and distress in that city,
who twenty years ago was a famous
actress invLondon and in the English
provinces, and became the wife of
Jx)rd Denbigh, and afterward of
somebody else. The enthusiastic
newspaper man says she still. " pre-J
serves all the dignity of Queen Eliza
beth." We don't "see how she can
possibly live in Kansas City and do
Andrew Jackson was once mak
ing a stump speech in a country vil
lage out West. Just as he was con
cluding, Amos Kendall, who sat be
bide him, whispered, "Tip 'em a lit
tle Latin, General, they won't be
satisfied without it." The " hero of
New Orleans" instantly thought of a
phrase he knew, and, in a voice of
thunder, wound up his speech by
exclaiming: " E pluribus unum, Sine
qua non, Ne plus ultra, Multum in
parvo." The effect was tremendous,
ami the shouts could be heard for
'Even a boy's vacation in the
country 'may not be full of pleasure,
if wemay jucjge from a young New
Yorker's letter to his mother. "The
j)each trees here are too slippery for
me.tb clfyib;, uncle; won't let me sail
boats-in the.vmilk pails; there's no
bird's- Ji'estsafomid'.that I can see:
Sal lie Law spilt molasses on my best
punis,- a- Biutuvsr wrrirn i am, WOO .mn;-tno.jiw5t.-Modelt Workmen, and boft
plaVK'ithlne we'dm il;gpld tchiiri; I'atont Ajsentjpt Washington; the only reliable,
' ind I want to go home" ' - ' tfj&iUf0 intuntions PMtcthrjigH,in;
Hours of Observation 7 u. 2 and 9 p. m.
By Louis "Wilson
Moan Max I M in
Astorian Office, Dec, 1.
Following is a correct list of prices ruling in
this market to-day:
Sugars Crushed ?i lb 14
San Francisco Gulden - 12
Sandwich Island 12
Coffee Costa Bica 25
Fresh Ground 37
Teas Young Hyson 7o
Flour Standard $ sack 1 73
Meali sack .; 2 00
Crackers 3 lb,...... 10
Fine Salt 3 cwt. : 2 25
Saloratus " lb 12
Soda.. , 12
Vinegar "? gallon '. 50
Golden Syrup gallon 60
Hams $ lb : 1S20
Bacon $ lb ;..... 1315
Lard lb 1516
Butter "tf lb 30(&3f
Eggs $ dozen 60 "
C'hoeso tJ lb 20g23
Applos Green B bushel 73
Peaches dried tft lb 1418
Honey $ !b nono
Potatoes ift lb , . lc
Onions J lb 3c
Bran 3 cwt, Si 10; Shorts SI 75, Wheat, $2 25
Hay per ton $18 00
Oats 'tf lb i
Oil cake $ cwt 2 2o
Hides, dry, lb 12c14c
" green i lb 5 6c
Deer Skins, lb 25c
Elk skins "tf lb 15c
Grace Church, (Prot. Episcopal) Rev. T A
Hyland Beetor, Divino services overy Sunday
at 10 a m and 7 i m; Sunday School at 1 r m
Congregational Church, Bev A W Tenny
Pastor, Divine services overy Sunday at 10
a Mand7 p m; Prayer Mooting every Thurs
day evening, Sunday School meets at 12 m
FRANK J. TAYLOR,
Office Brown's Building. Special attention
givon to the examination of titles and tho col
lection of debts. , ocJOtf
WM. L. McEWAN,
H. B. PARKER,
JUSTICE OF THE PEACE,
itfsr" Always. Ready for Busin ess. "1vi
HENRY S. AIKEN,
j ASTORIA, OREGON.
DR. S. W. DODD,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
GBOfiGR'H. DURIfAM. H. Y. THOMPSON.
DURHAM & THOMPSON,
Attorneys at Law, Portland.
Office 101) First Street, opposite Occidental
M. F. MULKEY,
ATTORNEY AT LAW - Portland.
Office in Pittock's Building, Corner Front
and Stark sts., (up Stairs). slG
CAPLES & MORELAND,
Attorneys at Law, Portland, Oregon
Office inPittock's Building, Corner of 'Front
and Stark stroets.jup Stairs;. slii
A. II. TOWNSENn. C. HEAL,
TOWNSEND & BEAL,
ATTORNEYS AT LATV,
flmcK rn Odd Fellows' Temple. nlo
O. P. JIASM,
ATTORNEY AT LA"W,
8" Land Cases and Titles a specialty rsx
Dn. A. D. ELLIS,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Office on Stark Street, Portland, Oregon
30,1:8 45.2 48.8 43.2
30,X3 45.5 49.8 42.7
30,024 48.0 51.0 4i.O
29.845 4'L9 50.0 43.4 0.02
29,728 52.2 53.2 50.0 0.57
29,895 50,7 s53.0 47.7 0.10
29,958 S4.2 55.8 52.5 0.58
30,026 53.8 58.9 50.6 0.16
80,153 53.7 56.4 52.0 0.
30,123; 54.1 59.9 50.3
29,074 i 53.1 60.4 48.0
29,920 j 50.1 52 3 48 6
30,003 50 4 33 7 47 7 0.32
30,204 44 9 47 3 43 0 0 84
30,173 49 4 518 46 4 0
30,261 52 0 54 7 50 3 OK
30,229 48 3 52 8 46 0 0.29
29,969 471 54 1 44 0
30,015 43.8 49.0 39.5
29,880 44 8 47 0 412
30,051 48 0 49 9 46 0 0.37
30.308 461 46 9 44 9 0.11
30.309 49 7 53 0 47 0 0.71
30,035 313 54 4 47 4 0.01
30,162 48 4 53 0 43 5 0.26
30,237 39 Oj 43 0 36 4 0.32
29,971 34 7 38 0 33 0
29,734 34 U 38 0 27 7
29,640 38 2 410 34 8
29,775 36 4 37 8 34 0 0.48
KRUMBIEN & GILBERT,
ARCHITECTS AND DRAUGHTSMEN,
, INVENTOR'S EXCHANGE,
Croo!s Building...; -....'.....Portland, Oregon.
ire-The Best Counsel; tho-Bost Draughs-
Allen & Lewis,
Shipping and Commission
Morchanta, and Wholesale Dealers.
18, 20 and 22 North Front st, Portland Oregon
San Francisco effice:
Corner of California and Front Street.
Henry James Gato.
Laicllaw & Gate,
Importers and Commission Merchants,
23 Front Street, Portland. Oregon.
REDFETZN, ALEXANDER & Co.
EAGLE AND EXCELSIOR
R. J. Walker
Soda, Sarsaparilla and Cider,
All kinds of Syrups, Porter,
Ale and Brandy Coloring.
Cor. Front and Ash Streets,
George E. Hibbard;
Shipping, Storage, and Commission
No. 21 North First str., Corner of Ash,
DEALER IN OREGON and California Pro
duce, also importer of and Wholesale
dealer in C..A. & C. M. Hibbard's celebrated
Hand Made Boots and Shoes.
M Call and oxaniino my stock before pur
chasing elsowhere. Consignments solicited.
tt2 All business entrusted to mo will receive
prompt attention. slotf
W. Jackson & Co.,
Front Street, Portland,
Importers and Wholesale Dealers in
JPlqted Ware, Wooden Ware,
Coal Oil, Furnishings,
And also Agents for Perkins & House's Patent
Metallic Kerosene or Coal Oil
ES5"Onrstock having been selected and ship
ped direct to us from manufacturers in tho
East and Europe, wo aro prepared to sell to
the trado at such rates as wo think will induce
trado. aul2 tf
Manufactured by Lazarus & Morris,
ANEW METHOD OF FITTING GLASS
es to tho eyo of any person Avho cannot
spare tho time to come and select for them
selves. Any person who will send us a copy
for sample of tho smallest sized typo that they
can read at an ordinary distance, can bo liftetl
to glasses that will suit tho eyo.
L. C. HEXRICHSEN, & Co.. Solo Asonts,
1011 First street, Portland. au7
GEORGK T. MYERS.
Williams & Myers,
!No. 5 Central Block, Front st., Portland.
Groceries and Oregon Produce,
lour, Mill Feed,
Bacon, Lard, etc.
. Ample Fire-Proof Storage.
:5S33San Fran cibco Agent,
sl6 G. MITCHLER, 213 Clay street.
It. C. JAMOX.
JANION, RHODES k CO.,
ictoria, D. C.
Janion & Rhodes,
Importers and Commission Merchants
Front Street, Portland.
Lloyd's Agents for Oregon
TnE PIONEER ENGLISH nOUSE IN
the city, and the founders of a direct lino
of Clipper Ships between Liverpool and Port
land, offer for sale tho largest assortment of
-3Appointed Agents for J & R Ten
nent's Celebrated "brand of Ale and Stout;
Wm Younger & Co's Celebrated Edin
burg ale; Gilroy Brothers & Co.'s Dundee
Gram Sacks, Wool Sacks and Burlap.
Sole Agents for Blood, Wolfe &
Co's Celebrated brand of ale and Stout;
Ind, Coope & Co.'s Celebrated Burton
ale; "Win McEwan's Celebrated Edinburg
ale; "Worthington's Liverpool Salt; Hock
in, "Wilson & Co'S- Celebrated London
Pickles and Sauces; J & J Armistead's
Celebated Durham Mu&taid; J & H D
Grimond's Celebrated Dundee Hemp Mat
ting and Carpeting; George Curling & Cos"
Citrates and.Drugs;Dunville's Irif-h "WJiis
ky; Stewart's Scotch "Whisky; Hill, Evans
& Cos English. 3Ialt Vinegar; Noble's &
Hoare's -London, 'Varnish; John Fq,wler
&-Cds. Cehibrated Steam Plot's, a.Ul2
J. K. Gill & Co.,
(Successors to Q. A. Steel & Co.,)
WHOLESALE A2TD 31ETAIL DEALERS UT
BOOKS AND STATIONERY.
No. 75 First stroet, bet Washington and Stark
Established Twenty-two Years.
S. J. McConnick,
Franklin Book Store I
BOOKSELLER AND STATIONER,
.. 19 First Street, Portland, Oregon.
Constantly on Hand, a full Stook of
STANDARD SCHOOL ROOKS,
And Staple Stationery.
IJaiiojml ijusiituss fjolfacjc,
AFFORDS SUPERIOR ADVANTAGES
for tho thorough Commercial Education
of young and middle aged men. Send for Col
lege paper, nlo DkFRANCE&JAMES.
American Ex. Hotel,
Cor. Front and Washington atreets.
L. P. W, QUIMBY C. II. PERKINS.
TIE PROPRIETORS "WOULD RESPECT
fully inform the traveling public, that tho
American Exchange having been recently im
proved in all its departments, they aro now
prepared to offer superior inducements to their
patrons and tho public in general, at reduced
Board and Lodging, Si to Si 50 per day, ac
cording to room occupied.
The American Exchange coach Tvill always
be in readiness to convey passengers and bag
gnge to and from tho Hotel, free of charge.
CHEMEKETA HOTEL-Salem, Oruoox.
WESLEY GRAVES, Phopriktor,
SrTbe cheapest and best Hotel in tho State.
Free Coach to the House.
(Kopt on tho European Plan,)
ZIEBER & HOLTON PROPRIETORS
Corner StaTk and Front streets. Portland.
o. B. COOK.
V. H. AXDRUS.
(Kopt on -the European Plan,)
COOK & ANDRUS -PROPRIETORS
Comer First and Morrison steots, Portlan d.
St. Charles Hotel,
Corner Front and Morrison streots,
R. A. WHITE PROPRIETOR
THE ST. CHARLES IS THE ONLY RRICK
Hotel in Portland; has been thoroughly re
paired and refurnished since the fire, and is
now tho most comfortable and convenient
house in tho State. altf
(Fifteen Miles Northwest of Astoria.)
At Unity, Baker's Bay, W. T
THE UNDERSIGNED HAS PURCHASED
tho above house at this favorite resort.
Having thoroughly renovated and furnished
tho samo with now material, it will be kept in
Tho table will bo furnished with tho hest tho
market affords. Fresh Fish, Oysters and
Clams in overy stylo. No pains will bo spared
to make guests comfortable.
The above house is only ono and a half miles
from the Ocean Boach, where anglers may en
joy raro sport. Boats, carrying passengers,
will ply between Unity and Astoria, connect
ing with Columbia River boats. Tri-wook!y
stagos will run between Unity and Shoal
water Bay. JOHN HUNTER, Proprietor.
RS, CLOUTRIE WISHES TO INFORM
, tho public that she has completed her
largo now two-story house, which is hard
finished throughout, and is now prepared to
receive visitors at this well known resort.
VISITORS WILL FIND THE ABOVE
named ITonso onon for tho. rnfrrtnirfmonf
! of guests during the senson. as usual
No. 1 North-Front Street, Portland.
BEALER IN WINES AND LIQUORS AND
Manufacturer of Syrup. Cordials, Bitters,
etc., etc. Solo agent for John Wei land's Phil
adelphia. Brewory, San Francisco. Beer by
the keg or bottlo.
Goods dolivored to any part of tho City.
Patron izc Mom e Manufactures.
AINSLEY & DAVIDSON,
Manufacturers and Dealers in
Doors, Sash, Blinds, Frames, Shutters, Brackets,
And all kinds of Scroll Sawing.
Having tho best facilities and tho latest im
proved wood workingmaehinory for the manu
facture of tho above1 articles, can offcrsuperior
inducements to customers, and at San Fran
cisco picOvS,at Nicolai Bros' Mill.
AJso, best duality of fceasoned Cedar Lum
Tier,' Ceiling, Rustic and Mouldings. Wood-
JLurn.rog.in all its branches, Balluster?, Nc
r.orv, uimnra uaiis.juroquefseW, etc, at
:n2qolai bro.s."M1le and fact
' "Cor fcecond ana E bireots, Portland;
Real Estate Directory
And Correspondence Bureau.
Farms, Biliig Lots or Hock,
ADVERTISED, SOLD, OR EXCHANGED.
By D. a IRELAND, Aent.
ir-?r Thero are so many inquiries coiisern
Real Estate in and about Astoria, and there
trkiv-tr nn rn i niilnw rn Avh T..... 1 TT
to meet each other, we havo concluded to f
open a itJUAJb JUSTAxti DIRECTORY, in
this Office. Parties havinsr nrmnrtv th si.il.
or parties wishing to purchase will be per- I
mitteu to uso our columns, for tho purposo
of effecting such transfers, at mere nominal
charges. Send descriptiens, price, etc, that
people may know what ou havo for sale.
McCluro's Astoria (six lots)
3T Theso lots are well worth tho money
thoy are each n0 by 100 foot, very well situated
for residence property.
Tonus roa5onablo. oc.so
For Sale Cheap for Cash I
I3.00D SUBSTANTIAL DWELLING'Housc
X containing seven looms. Lower rooms
hard finished, together with threo acres oi'
good Garden Land, all under good fence. Or
chard, Bam and Stable, btore-rooms-, Wood
houso and other buildings, situated at SUpa
non Landing Forfurther particulars, apply to
Ferry. oodward & Co, 1 ortland or to
RICHARD HOBSON. Astoria.
PARM FOR SALE.
ACRES GOOD FARMING LAND
on Kln.sknninn f!rolr i niTnmH fiit
sale verj cheap for cash. The location is fine;
One nnd a half miles fiom the Lower
Landing on the Military Road, and
on the Railroad Survey.
A Srfet class location lor a Hotel, Summer
Resort, or Dairy Ranch.
Forty acres of this ground borders on Klas
kanine creek. There is an orchard of bUO tree?
on tho place. A bargain is olTered. For par-
ticulars inquire of D. C. IRELAND,
auli 1m-1 Astorian Office,
Squemoqtje Strekt .........Astoria
Under tho Management of the
Rev. Mr. and Mrs. Hyland,
MOHDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1873
3T Tuition per quarter, in advance, $7 50.
MRS. A. S. MERCERy
Teacher oy Prof. E. A. Robihus'
American Metbofl for Piano Forte
Alse: Harmony andThoroughbase!
3T Tho ONLY CONCISE SYSTEM ivjhicb
will stand Artistic Criticism, and furnish tho
material upon which overy educated Teacher
can bao their own peculiarities Of instruction,
it presents in a new light, based upon Natu
ral Laws, tho art of Execution, and Science o
Music tfdRoonis at Residonco, Astoriao?u
05 Front and Uii First Street,
IK&, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER
in Stoves, Sheet-iron, Tin-plato, etc Plumb
ing and, Gas fitting cheaper than any other
houso in town.
ENTRAL MARKET, Stalls No. 27 and 28,
JOBCSTSO & SPATJLDESTG,
Dealers in all kinds of FRESH MEATS, nnd
packers of Reef and Pork. The highest price
paid for all kinds of fat stock. j'25Jtf
BY ORDER of the Board of Directors a see
ond assessment of twenty-five per cent on
tho capital stock of the Astoria'Farmers Com
pany is made and required to be paid to tho
Treasurer of said Company.
S. D. ADAIR,
&tf . . Secretary.
TN. JUSTICE'S COURT FOR THE PRE
X cinct of Astoria, State of Oregon, County
of Clatsop, 1. V. Case, 1 laintid vs. H. K.
Stevens, Defendant. Civil action to recover
'J o 11. K. Stevens, tho above named defend
ant: In tho name of th'o State of Oregon, you
are hereby requirrd to appear before the un
dersigned, a Justice of the Peace for the pre
cinct aforesaid, on tho lbth day of Deceinbor,
1578, at 1 o'clock in tho afternoon of said day,
at tho office of said Justice, in said precinct,
to answer tho above named plaintiftin a civil
action. 'J ho defendant wjll tako notice, that
if ho fail to answer tho complaint herein tho
plaintiff will tako judgment against him for
$1 42 gold coin, and for costs and disburse
ment". Given under my hand this 3d day of Novem
ber, 1673. CHARLES STEVENS,
no47t Justice of the Peace.
TN THE PRORATE COURT OF CLATSOP
X County, State of Oregon, before his Hon. J.
. Mofflt, J udgo. In tho matter of tho estate
of George Summers, deceased, 'lo all whom
it may concern, greeting: jotico is heroby
givon, that by consideration 'of the above en
titled Court, I, Charles S. Wright, have been
appointed administrator of , the citato of George
Summers deceased, and as such require all
persons having claims -against said estato to
present tho same to nlo withihe proper vouch
ers therefor, for approva!,-withm six months.
And any person knowing themselves indebted
to said estate, aro respectlully requested, to
call and settle thorofor without delay.
. . , . .CHAltfS 5-. WKIUHT,
. " ' Administrator.
Dated this, Nov. 28,-1872; ''' i6vw