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Astoria, Oregon, Sunday Morning, April 27, 1879.
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Following is the oration delivered i
by Rev, .7. T. Wolfe, at Metropolitan j
Stall in this city yesterday;
llreikcr Odd FdUm, ViV and G'tUlemeH: j
eidebrate the (nth uuiiivt
t 1 V' I ft T.-i IJ1HI M lJI, IIIII IIIIIm -w
sarv of the iji-'
(,f Odd Fellowship on this
Odd Fellowship if we cannot Ik- of one ! "ginning, with hut few members has
head and oxc mind, we can at least i gowned itslf with unfading laurels by
vootiy examine its claims to public con- j p'"1 works gathered strength and niiil
iidettec'ind Hor tiplied, nntil now. no adequate csii m ale
The moiives c maocU'd with the occa-l "J" !): ,1Mal( ?f .'.ls ""'""fT on the -eo-sinnlliat
has brought us here and thejJ' (l mstiiiilioiis of this great and
tunaniinil v of the fiiemilv feeling which JJ'wi'His countrv
i.rvtt.ii' ffitwinniiiiv i". Yfi.ri.nfcp mA R has no nrtrblc altar, no wreathed
.f.u.i ...'..-.... f .!... ,- .....n.I. .... .-'Kiniw . ! irillll l"1 III lilt iim- . Hill
-eanieslsto us of a patient hearin- and ' ;f Hffo(' l'l ,m,,,t "P it- shrine :
H'ltndkl JMd'rient th.e widow and the uphan are Us iivinu
' nii P..nnu-!iMinii tiiiennni.iioi we iH'Htmneuls. and gratitude poura out
nivillllA Kl 11(11 (Mil
: it:u "
in thai ear two worth v brothers of t,"1H-ial principle Odd I'dlowshipdc
the oitler 'by chance met "in that oil v. ! ,VaMi,,s ' lr?-ln-t' ot lK-nevolence nnd
Thev were foreigners b birlii, and had I i;llJ ! rder to impress t!u:e.
left iheir native land to seek an asvlum tllUVs "!! the mind, and furnish m
in tills eonntrv " I ceutives to action in those moments of
ii. would appear that thev were nnti ?xatioii to wh"'li all " are subject,
stmnaers to each other in tfe.-ir mother i l,ls sHl"ted solemn ceremonies, or
counUv, or. If thev were, thev at once '""-d frequent ineetin, a.ml rormea a
reco-n'i'.'d one another :is ha"in,' been Itttius5 of .sisrns -all desiirned to pro-co-workers
in the -reat cause of i,. !": lbil of iK-nevolenc and by edu-
iiniiiitv in liie land of their birth: and. I
its they were often together their con
versation was naturalh directed to the
subject of the order. They had known
and enjoyed its kindly principles at
homeland it was with 'deep and bitter
riirel tlrtt an institution so kindly in
its principles, and so congenial to'the
government and country they had
adopted, had not fonnd its wTay across
Many were the schemes they devised
t i.iinrl'l 5,i Mrli.it ii ilti ?w.r- i ft.lI liill
i.r io i lhiji mil' .iMiiiui i v.i. vvti a i
IV- O.JU "M'IIU i
t H 1
lion of the United estates, assembhid at i
the call of their brethren, and made I
Odd Fellowship " I
a ifi.A.rh ti...ir ,vnrn cr.,nffarc f ,.
.f the term, yet sisOdd Pellowsahev
were brothers, and regarded and es
toemd each other as old and long-tried
.friends, because they knew the most im
plicit confidence could be reposed in one
another, and that it mattered not what
language they spoke, or what country
or clime gave them birth; they met as
friends, and were bound together in the
rri.i- .if iVimwldi 1 1.
Ao motive but the present brotherly
love li:wl enlled them iiir,.nier- iuithiiir '
imf ii... imi- o,ir;tfi.m,,.v,,i,.r... ..,i m :
desire to advance and improve, the con- I
litinn .if iii-iii ii.f iiitil 1 Iw.in tf lcciini- I
bleon that occasien: noniotivesot gain, I
lows, if any. could be found on the west- --s "' v?" -s "" . i. wim-ii tens
ern continent. them that thev are the ciiihuik f one
' After manv vain and fruitier eflorts. t,011 Fatlier-hrethreu of one lamily
r.hev aerideutlv hit uj.on the plan of, -f "'W travelers throu-li the same dark
-ivln-public notice tliiou-h the news-' wor,l 1rs,,l alike needui-the sympa-paiH-rsofthcdav.
carina 7i meetin- of . 3" support of their fellow'-men;
iuihofthe.orde'ras should have come that the: are bound, as stewards oi lo.l,
to this countrv from the Old World, and "-wisely the things which have been
jfouifm.ifjiitriii.. liiHfuwi ..!,... -,f,lli.f.!Conniiitted tothem in irtisi, for the ad-
The louse looked for dav and hour at! . ll' " '; '" meansoi inc society
leimthKrriwil,aiici wiUit'remblini; ami;d? iHjtenableil to relieve aU the wants
anxious heart- tkey assembled at the of men. buttheydo enable ittonuti
plaee of meetinjx; and behold ! Virec he- 8 !! 1,u, f wriiiRS or many.
iwio ii.t.lit'..u . f Hi.. i.,.ct ,.m.i.i.i.l i li' relief is, in the hrst place, iutly
r-AJL-0 VI IV lll1 tV .1 ' k.j Wl JAj
These five humble individuals ,PtJi" as ii possess iiieauiiiij.
riotasslran-erstoeach other in a dis- T,1p i'u.niry coiitrilmtions of the
taut land, but as brothers, whose hearts ! f'nliers, which consist in small wcek-
u.i .wnio w.ir.1 t.?f.i ; ... ii.in.ic lysuins, constitute a fund for the excltt-
no allurements to wealth or power, no i l lllo,lt ll! u,e un nnc
high-sounding titles of (listinction, I From this very general view, we may
brought them together; they were men j pass to a consideration of some of the
without any particular influence; with .specific benefits of the institution se
no pecuniary means, except such as was ' cured to each and every member by the
necessary for theii comfort and tempo-' stipulations of convenant agreement :
ral happiness of life. They, however,! It a member or the order is unable to
.firmly resolved to surmount all obsta- attend to his ordinary advocation, from
des. aud. if possible, to plant the seed sickness or providental disability, he is
of Odd Fellowship in the soil of free-! paid every week, during the continu
dom; firmly believing that if properly anee of such (Usability, such benefits as
nourished and watered, it would speed f- may be fixed by law, from the funds of
ly take deep root, and that its branches the Lodge,
would extend far and wide, until the in- lie is visited by the officer.-, and mem
habitants of the. whole western conti- ' hers of his Ldge, and proper attendants
nent could repose under its shade, and . furnished to watch by Ids sick bed and
receive nourisiinient from its fruits. i attend to his wants.
They accordingly applied to Fngland J In case of death, he is decently buried
and after much anxiety and delay pn - at the expense, of the Order: his remains
cured a charter, and' this lodge, they j are followed to 4,the house appointed for
called "Washington Lodge."' all living"aiid the dust is smoothed on
They had no'so.mer obtained a char- his grave by the band oi sorrowing
fer and organized the institution than . friendship.
preiudice and superstition started up on j The duties of Odd Fellowship end not
all sides, and proclaimed the most un- here.
bhishinif slanders against secret soeie-l The chain of earthly fellowship mav
tics, anil that this poor Lodge of Odd J
Fellows was the very nucleus of all im-j
iMoi-Mlitv and infidelity. And it no
iloubt appeals marvelous that this .sin;
band of brothers had the courage and
firmness of purpose to
siwtiiiii tliiMii- '
selves under such trials and pcrsecu- night of desolate widowh-xnl it. watehes
tlons. and with so great weight of public I with sympathie care, and comforts the
ouinion pressing upon them. ! stricken hearted wither with assurance
'jBhtthese ierseitions were no doubl ' that her fuhe.rle.-s children will be pr
intended for wise and ijood purposes; j IwU'd and educated.
for no sooner had the slanders 01 uie
day been circulated, than people were j
led to inquire into the objects of the ; :
orner, ami whoever learned its lriendly
precept.s and benevolent iiurjmses, so- j
lieited to become mem tiers in tne cause
r humanity, and, if lound worthy, j when in health, easily spaiv twelve uul
we.re n-ceived as brothers. These ier-ilars annually, and thus secure, such aid
M'cutions. no doubt, liad a tendency land attention during sickness as could
also to chasten their conduct, and to , In obtained bv no other pecuniary ex
actuate! hem to walk uprightly before j pciisc.
that, without the stricte-st moral conduct ;
the world would draw tne linerence.aiUM
with leason, that their purposes were I
'..vii vsiIIum- than troed: and the cmse-
(iuence was liiar "Washington LoiUe The merchant, the man of business
soon had its scores of followers, and visiting San Kraucisco or ihe cities east
ultimately become the centre from ol the Uockv mountains, may be laken
which emanated the jnirest moral pri-uick, and who that has ever been sick,
cents, cheerintf and dispensing their astraiuer in one of the large hotels,
kimilV iniluences in every direction; knows not the neglect with whick per
a'nd from this once feeble bund were soon I sons under such circumstances are
established in the city of Baltimore a treated ?
number of Lodges composed of a portion They ma have abundant means to
of the most wealthy and most intelligent ! procure the attentimt of Uirclintfs, but
inhabitants of that city. I hey can not purchase kindness and
Nor did this glorious work of benevo- sympathy,
le.nce and brotherly love confine itself to .The possession of an Odd Fellows
jthvf "Alonumental citv," but boon its .card wuJl secure ai" this; for ite jnreseii-
gracious infliwuce diffused to the. re
nt )te-t limits of the continent, and to
day there are llges established in every
slate nd territory of oar republic, ami
the adjacent Provinces. iiumlHriii? in
the ag-iregate (LX7.S; with u membership
During last year this vast army of
J maiiinropisi.s c:jkmucu im uie icnei
f !i .1 ; . .. . i ..1 i ii... lt-.r
1? "":"" 'mh.v luc m" "- J"
I I t"I.ll F I 1.
Thus. Odd Fellowship, weak in
it a free libation.
Uniting ni'n under lh influence of
M uieiimrai laemucs promote me
I welllareof smdetv
The princiides emblazoned upon the
banners of ihe ord"r. and inserilk'd up-m
is niters, are FrinuUhlp. Love and
TruMi, it is the cmst tut and unvarying
inc. ideation of the-e jirinciples that
causes Odd Fellowship to be strictly
practical. M is an as.-oci J.ion to pre
serve, no striking and beau.iful tradi
tions, to teach jio original truth to en
uuc n'e no occilt invsteries. Its meni-
In-rship receive with reverence the teach
r i J IT I 11- 1 I l A ti
l.llirijilitillir if ill. 1 i rftt t iktl I ir'irnl
itiiui mi in oi mi- v in i ii L.v.i'11.
ii . j i .11. . f.i... ?i ..
iJ. is true uiai i tie means oi inesocieiv
1-.1 1 i a. . . .!.... 1 ' i -
rT ' lKl l" H !lul ' lur. tn " ortlli
aild thef fai,llJs5 but. U,J'-S? jlwimnds
answered, relief is extended to others
SiVl purpose oi reneviim tue sick, oury-
Ins, the dead, cducaTiii' the orphans, aud
Society, differing from all others in the
perfection of its organization, the uni
versality of its extent, and the motives
presented for action in hih and be
nevolent teachings, wliicli lead from
specific and enforced duties to the vol
untary performance of the uoolcit deeds
ofch;int. While, therefore, the Order
in its organization and development, ls
fii.,,i,.,i ...... ..t.i..i...i n,.;....;..!...- ;.,..!..
V""" ' 1"J"1,,1i-"f iii
gives direction to the kit r.vn .and ad-
iintleil truth, and enforce the duties it
tejiches bv discipline.
formed lor action , and he who
wi,11 "t work is not permi
itled to remain
he broken, but some of its several liuks
remain, in the person of the stricken t
widow aud the helpless orphans.
Odd rcllowship repair? to thee
home; refills the cruse of oil. ami re-
11 enisles 1.):e iMimtv liurrel. (Ivit 11i.
rause lorone ni'isnent 10 examine mo
stnmg arguineni furnished in favor of
the Ord r by this view of its character,
The 0.111 man in b-iness far lrom
home, tnc man of family who earns his
ore ui in ine sweat 01 111s mow, ran,;
map an a:antajn m a iHcuniary point j
oi view wuicn no mncr invesiriucut
of the same
ainouni ot tunus could
tatiou to the Lodge is an assurance of !
fraternal attention. !
These, we ina say, are the common
duties of humanity, acknow ledged by J
i ull ih.mi urn! iieedih" no SOeietV to en-'
, ail men. ami iuiuiii y.aiui to in-,
force them. e grunt tnnt uiey arc the
iliUtcs ol common iiunmnuj, out, are j rejolcim; in the present, exclaim wilhador
thcy performed V , hig gratitude:
We nae no lciea vi uu amount, oi
suffm.s en.li.ml by f to yirtaou ov-1
erty. w lieu the supplies procured
by industry are cut off by sick-
ness: when the strops man is
in-ostndcd.and lies stik'kaii and heldfos. !
Kiiuwiusiliai lovcti ones 'arc in want; J
whee. no lriendly fMitstep crosses the
threshold 01 the obscure home to which
he has lied to conceal from a heartless
world tin, bitterness of his poverty.
Oh: the agony of the "hot tears that
blister his fevered check .as he nightly
kisaes the parched lips aud looks upon
the famine pinched iaces of his children,
as theygosupiKMlcss to 11 nor bed of straw.
Who can tell the anguish of his heart,
when the wire ot his bosom bends over
him witli her pale earnest face and as
she wnes the icver-drops from his brow,
with the sublime energy of women's
endurance, whispers resignation, hope!
Alas ! what has lie to hope for his loved
ones, it Uod in his providence should
call him away.' .Nothing!
That wile will be a broKcn hearted
widow, struggling siiiglehandcd against
poverty, exposed to the 'instills, of a
Heartless world; those children will be
reared in ignorance in all probability
possibly for a life of shame a death of
Lut how different would be the con
dition of such a person, if in the davs of
his health and st length, he had become
2. member of this noble Order!
A competency would have smiled
around his hearth stone; sympathising
triends would have watched arouud his
sick bed; and he would close his eyes
in death with the sweet assurance that
his family was left in care of brothers,
whose constant duty it is to "protect the
widow and edueatcthe orphan'
The advantages of the Order are fur
ther seen in the fact that it brings to
gether men of the most discordant
opinions, and unites them in the bonds
ol brotherly love affording by its fre
quent meetings social intercourse, tree
troni the contaminating influence of
It promotes the morals of community,
by restraining its members from all in
temperance and other illegal practices,
under penalty of expulsion anil the pub
lication of their names in connection
with the offense for which discipline is
executed, throughout the limit of the
It is calculated to make men social
and humane, by bringing them fre
quently together to devise means and
measures lei" the relief of their distressed
fellow creatures; thus brealaug .down
affd uniting men as citizens' oi"1uue
country, Mihe world' members of one
lamily, "the human race!"
Such dear friends, is a brief view of
Odd Fellowship as it is to-day.
That there is opposition, is'known and
expected; tor wliat that is lovely or of
good report has ever escaped the .sneer
and the scowl of the gloomy Pharisee,
who while he tithes anise, mint, and
cumin, neglects the weightier matter of
the law, making it void through his
Itutme principles of the order may be tried
by tueir fruits ; and who can rise up aud sav
ttiesc iruits are evil, or that (uaocuited act
ion, by wiuc.il all tr.e achievements of tiie
jige have been wrought is wrong? bike the
"Mill small voice," when the wind, and tne
lire, and the earthquake, had passed. Odd
Fellowship, the noiseless spirit or benevo-
leuceaud love. h:is tniiued his ehildieii to
loliotv in the path of desolation aud ailliciiou,
w luspcriog iKace, and binding in the golden
bonus of Friendship, lve and Trum, the
heaves leftstandiu ' in the fields over which
Death aud bonow, Uie great rcapeis, hae.
1a)ok ovir the fields of its appropriate
lab .r. for Uie evidence of these wors.
hee you stricken widow, bowed down ami
Se' yon orpnan, with no earthly parents !
to WiiU'h over him. no mother to caress and
wipe away his burning teal's, no shelter for
his defenceless head.
l.ooiv ! an arm is cast arouud him. he is
sheltered and cared for. his darkness isgone.
m naiiu ami ins Heart are eunuaied. and
dtie to uie hcartv
attmituti to its ten
co-oiieniuon of the ladies.
lemple, tlirough the degree of
'l""'s degree, was instituted twenty-seven
. ns.;KHpiuu 01 iiiuurjurNcuniuiuiice
" ,"1 "m- .mu UV" ' l
ikls pmved one of the beat and most desira
ble uitprovi'iiienis. Thousands of ladies
have aie.tly availed themselves of its privil
e !ges, aud thousanus more aie ready iok-
Their lovmg hearts and sympathetic natures
the mo,t K:ent auxilary to tiw develop-
nieutofihe principles to which the order is
iIi'vulihI. ii ii i.r ih:n i I'liiiivviti. tin.
dfVolcd. Ii ii tor tiit.:u to eulliv:iti the
hiteih t, aud to sustain moral and religious
iiiipr.-ssious upon the mind in the davs ofj
lui.mry and emidhmid waic.Ji will endure
UiriMignout life. It is a siters privilege to
wahMi overayouiucrbrotiier, :iad grauually
ivun nun hi uie jiiUHS 01 rei;u.iKie ;iiiu uui ;
to enforce ujhjii the lender mind those very
prill Mpli's Utught in the Louge by preeept
eaiqm aiiuitlvyricmtAwii. tote umitrtuh
None so competent as our sisters of tne
Rebecca degree to exemplify the fan-
da neiit.il precept ot the Order "love tny
ncigubor ;s tuysli." In response to the
iM'bests of uns noble impulse they cheerluily J
leave ine ioers ol paissure to visit tue
couch of the pained and suffering : to leave
the company of tne jojous and g.-y to vi-.it.
I!ipm1ki.Ii i1 luivorv ;iii.I U.i . 1 l!ivr t!i..
I ?wiai or domestk circle of ieae and com
fort to watcn titrougli the weary night hou.-s :
to wip- tlie wamy ticath sweat fr.m
the brow, or prc vith balmy hand ihe
iHHimlin: nnl. lo five thn hr.tiui.r i
Cflfl'lktCt 111 llii i.s.m.s -r ll.m lln.il-t !l iiii.i...li...! (
nVii ii.,..:. ; .. XT J ..,...;,.,. V . V . . I mmlaie anv with hoatd 4tiul lodging.
i-.s, X, T, .r CII:U,E;, ' , r imv. ?SC;1" V1? Prices rcxsauable. In In-alls' building,
com, around her a hand or love has wiped i TPiTrsnu street onnosite Wells F-iri vdFs
arm : tnat hand an u.!d Fellow's. i j-.i t 01111.1,. s
i";' .r.rf "Vi .V r . . ","1,ovc " JL announce that the above hotel has been
1. esp.ntol Oad l-ellowsmp liav.bee.u there. J n-pamted aud refurnished, addim; great I v to
It must be conceded tuat the present . tm. t.omforL f itsguesls and is now the best
itmi.i-..ii, w 111 1101 kui v : l.fiif.l irtli r !. lriiiiMi-i
inedieine, or spealc cahmiesa tn uie'Ilo00'
dtdtriot-s thoiights ; to pour oil in Ihe Kicker-
big lamp of life, to close the fading eye as ihe
kim p.ayer bears on its wings in departing
sjMrit inio tlie presence of ns GotL
With such teachings written in uur temjile,
leading to corresponding practices withou:,
the order wall witusL-md all the shocks of op
posiiion.and thecliarcs of pbiiaopluluu,and
prow tinner and stronger in Its moral power,
nntil "the wreck of matter ami the crash of
worms change our theatre of action to one
ulJf m,r ,r.!P reward.".
,'T" ei us. wan uivme niessi
vlialhvsnu i strmttrti. tn tii.w m
m.-ntaliths. and while survevinsr the nastand
Join to-d.iv in gl:ul thauks-iving
To the Inliniie above.
"Brothers of the fiolden Triad
Tlnuik Him for his blessings showere I
hicDu our faithful efforts crown.
Lo ! the sound of strifes dark minions.
Fainter srows. aud S4mmi shall cease.
Ami the Brotherhood's sweet choruses
Heralds in the day of ieaee !
Then press on! (), brave defenders
faith, goodness, truth ai A love,
Till Odd i'cliov.ship shall baii'h sorro.v
wrong, aud "Am? from earth !
Thus ujHm our glorious Order's
Bright and joyful natal dav.
Let our vows :dl be recorded.
That we Ml ever hold our way
Through the world of want mid weeping.
Trusting t hat our motives pure
Soon will win praise universal.
And our tenets ere endure."
On behalf of the committee we ten
der thanks to the ladies, particularly
to Miss Holden, Mrs. Schuiuer and
Miss Daisy Case, for the part taken
by them tn make the occasion a suc
cess. The committee desire also to
tender thanks to Urothers I. V. Case
aud G. Reed fi .particular favors jduly
appreciated by the fraternity present
on this occasion.
At Powbar, in Austria, the pe
troleum "well lately discovered now
yields 2,000 gallons daily.
A public subscription is to be
ooened in Paris for the nurnose of
erecting a statue to Jioniuger.
v iccor nugo is tue president ot
the committee formetUbr the pur
pose. HOTELS AND RESTAURANTS.
II. B. FAltKER. - Proprietor.
THIS HOTEL Is the lasgeKt. most comfort
able and best Kejit hotel in the city. Is
supplied -with the bt-st-of sprint' water, hot
and cold baths, barbershop, and atirst-chiss
saloon wLthoeat of liquors and cigars, and
fine billiard table. Free coach to and from
t.AV. 1 . . j- - Z. . . -
per uay, aecorunig to room oecupiea.
2Hain street, near Hustler's Wharf.
ASTORIA, - OBEGOX.'
Mies. Mauy Camphkll, Proprietor.
Board and lodiring lv dav or week.
"" CORNER C AND FIRST STREETS,
P. XOItTO, - - - - Proprietor.!
(Formerly of the Portland Hotel.)
j mills HOUSE IS A FIRE-PROOF BRICK.
JL hist limshed an" newly f
the best of .spring bcdF.
Tickms Per week Frem: Pf
to SO for board
J and lodging. Per day si
J3 cents. Uulgitrg 2." to ."0
iJSFree coach to and In
On. Single imals
oni the House. .
i fc lw "''
MRS.QUINN - -
Will accommodate dav boarders or accoin-
Mtx:i.KK. o. s. wiciuiir. I
MEGLER & W1UUUT. Proprietors.
milE PROPRIETORS ARE HAPPY TO
D. 1 TURPI N - Pkoii:ictor
Between Srpiemocqhe and Jefferson,
Board ami lodging per week...
Jj,i,. i?,..,i r.
l' mm v"7""""""""-.""-"" -'.
rue t:be will be supplied at all tunes with
! the best the market anoids. 1
Board jht day.
BROEMSEIt. - - PitorniETOit.
Fresh oysters, and other deli
cacies of "the season, served m.
j ev,'r3" style. ?LL'aieJti
Opposite the Telegraph ofl'ee, hiiemoqlie
street, Astoria. Oiegon.
i-MBALS AT AM. TlOFRS-n.
BLACK KM I Til
Water troct boauway.
Near Hume's Pannnry. Astoria, Oropon.
and all kind;
, . , . . .
i f5 hiB done tuor-
ALL5IIIP AND ENGINE tt.ORK A
"IVcst-Eishth Street, near the O.
. :V. Co's IVlinrf.
JOHN W. ELCIf I'kopribtob
A ttEXERAI, ASSORTMENT OF FAIUI
jC3l ly Oroceries. and the various kinds of
first-class Meats and Fish, furnished in best
of style .at the market, or delivered to anv
J part or the city. Orders given to the messen
gers, or left at the market, will be promptly
i .My endeavor will be. bv prompt attention
;iuu iair iteming, to piensc my patrons.
C"".11 kinds of country produce taken ia
exchange for goods, and delivered to patrons
free. sl("ive me a call.
Is All Tills Blowii AM 1
I HAVE JUST RETURNED
FROM TIIE EAST AND WILL
SELL MY GOODS AS
AS ANY HOUSE IN TIIE CITY
And am not going to say anything about It
A Square Deal Guaranteed
At the corner of Mam and Squemoqbe sts.,
ASTOltIA, - OREGON.
It IS 110 Use Of TtllkiH2T,
J. K. WIirT'3 is the cheapest place to bay
FRUITS 41 R VECIETAIJIiES.
As he has direct from San Francisco by every
steamer, all kinds of vegetables, such
as is in the market.
Apples. Pea. Celery. Canlifower.
Asparagus, Parsnips, Beets, Car
rots, Potatoes. Oranjrcs,
And from Clatsop every day
EGGS, BUTTER, CHEESE, AND HONEY.
Also : keep the best of
CIGABS, TOBACCOS, AND UQUOJJE.
Call and-cxam1e before purchasing els
where. J K WIRT
. ' I '
tf mfvrm a'
OATS AMD POTATOES
FOR SEED !
At J. II. D. GRAY'S,
Malr Street, - - Astoria Oregon
BERGMAN C BEIWY
TESP2CTTOL-LY CALL THE ATTEN
IX t:on ef the pulilic to tbo fact that the
above Market will always be supplied with a
FUXL VARIETY BEST QUALITY
FRESH AND CURED MEATS I
'h will bo sold at. lotrcstiratas. whoIcnfl
and retail. Spceml uttcntion p'iven to suppi
D. K. Wakkkn. C. A. MrGuiuu
Astori-a Market !
ornerof Clienamns and Cass streets.
BARREN & McGUIRE, Propnoror
(Successors to Ilobxon it M'arrcr
Wbolc-alo and Retail Dealers in all Kti.Oi. v
' erol, Mi r..I R-li
A full line of Family Groceries,
CANNED FRUIT. VEGETABLES, ICTC.
' I.iutor, bgs?. Cheese, etc. constantly
vt Slui ?uip'ied.at the lowest rates.
Importer and "Wholesale Dealer In
Twrinn i-,Tn TinTT.-no
W'LES AND L10U0ES.
- -u xjau-jit
A A A OLD VALLEY WHISKY,
OLD KFNTUCKY B0U:RIX)r,
M ARTEL RRAXDY.
II IvSNESIE BRANDY,
TiOLLAND GIN AND RUM",
' AGKLICA, PORT, SHERRY AN
irORT'ER, ALE, AND ST. LOUIS
! BOTTLE BEET.
Tlicse oois will only be sold at -wholesale,
jmd at lowest figures. Come and sample
them before purchasing 'elsewhere.
ASTOIUA, - - - - OhEGO