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Astoria. Oregon, Thursday Morning, Jiuy 7, 1881.
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PAROLE. IROQUOIS.. FOXH ALL
across Tin: water.
FACTS SUGGESTED BY THE AMERICAN
WINNERS IX EUROPE.
The Heirs of lluulautl.
Americans, while proud of all
the precious things of which tluy
are the heirs of their mother, Kng
laml, have a natural and proper
pride in taking those precious
things and sending them back to
their mother with improvements.
"When our Parole or our Iroquis
walks off with the prizes of the
turf, we are ready to proclaim that
thev are English thoroughbreds
hut with a
SnnrrnilclrU .linriicau finish.
England was mistress of the seas,
and was the home of hardy .snil
ois: but when it came tb swiftness
and audacious seamanship, the
yacht America showed that we had
inherited all the sea-going quali
ties of the old Danes and Viking?,
and the later Drakes, Fiobishcrs
and Nelsons, and added there
unto a brilliancy of movement that
was American. When our ciew
of Wolverines, of unpronounceable
name, went over on the Thames
from Michigan, and skimmed
ahead of the best English oars
men, and when the Columbia l"ni
verit' crew, that was a bad second
here, went and became a good
first against the English universi-
tics, we had a ieelmg that the
magnificent physical manhood
Inlicrilcrt from i:iilanI
Had suffered no deterioration by
breathing the broad air of America.
So it has been with other, and
even greater things. We took up
the grand ideas of human liberty,
that had grown up in England in
spite of the Stuaits, and which ex
panded nobly tibout two centuries
ago. We got from them those
ideas of self-government which
gave vitality to the English consti
tution, and brought them into a
glorious fruition in the form of our
own. What was an arrested de
velopment in England, and even
retrogressive under Anne and the
Georges, was here carried on to a
broader fulfillment. The Ameri
can is more nervous, more exeite
able, more impetuous, than the
Uraer he Could Sol Ko. ;
Nor more tenacious, nor more
willing to endure nobly for an idea
or a sentiment. But the east wind,
the swift alternations of tempera
ture, the glare of our sunshine, the
extremes of heat and of cold, the
newness of our civilization aud its
freedom from the traditions that
shackle older countries all these
favor the development of ener
getic, versatile, audacious natures.
A thousand little restraints, social
and political, hinder the English
man from putting his ideas into
practice; with Americans, to think,
to dare, and to do, follow in swift
succession. Sometimes the dare
and the do come before the think,
and so lead to failures. But, on
the other hand, this very audacity
accomplishes results that sober
prudence would hardly have ven
tured to attempt. The American
temperament takes and assimilates
"What is Itcst in other liners.
The Americanized German, Ital
ian, Irishman or Dane is something
very different from the home-bred
article. How could it be other
wise, for here alone is individuality
permitted to expand. Heie alone
there are no despotic customs and
titled masters. The best that each
man can do finds a market. There
fore, the productiveness of America
has become positively oppressive
to the Europeans. It is not mcrcby
that American corn, beef and pork
feed them; and our petroleum
lights them; and our cotton clothes
them, and so on. It is not alto
gether that we send coals to New
castle, cotton fabrics to Manches
ter, cutlery to Sheffield, notions to
Birmingham, watches to Geneva,
and so on. But because
The Umpire or Ideas
Is coming over to this side of the
ocean. Our immigration is at the
rate of three-quarters of a million
per year. It is largely composed
of the material that Europe can
least afford to lose. Our indus-j
trial system is not onhy conducted
with amazing nwrgy, but is guided
by scientific economies in the mi
nutest matters. Our agricultural
and minora! wealth xre simply
boundless. And now science,
literatim and tt are lifting
their heads here to the level of
the haughtiest. In ouginal scien
tific work Americans havi nlrctulv
the highest stand, jMirticularly in
astronomy, geology ami physics.
Our literature is still inferior to the
best English: but at its present
rate of improvement it
W ill .soon he Sreoaid tt un.
Our universities are some disad
vantage as compared with the !xst
of English and German sats of
learning; but the dnv has jassed
when Americans need go abroad to
learn anything. Sculpture and
painting are not up to European
standards, though the prizes taken
by Quartley, H oven-Jen and others
in the French .salons are full of
promise. Music in sonic of its
grander moods is making itis Ikmiic
in America. This, and much more
than space permits ns to say con
cerning American pride, has been
suggested by the fact that Iro-
quois won the Derby for Ameri
can pride of the eagle-brood, and
on very slight provocation, may
be induced to arise aud soar.
Hunting Summer Resorts.
Wheie shall ue go thisMimmei
asks paterfamilias, whereupon each
member of the family has a full
set of opinions all ready for utter
ance. Each one bus also a full set
of objections to the suggestions of
every other. Private board in the
country, say the young girls, is all
very well for the little beys: but
for grown girls, who want society,
one might as well get dried and
hung up in the smoke-house. The
father who, of course, is much run
down with brain-work, needs rest, j
The Count Ciuchou was the .Spanish
Viceroy ill Tern in IWl The Countess,
hi wife, was juostnitcd l an intermit
tent fcer. from which she was rnvd li
thciiMMiithc native ii'iucdy. llu IVru
nn b.irk. ir. as it was called in the
language f the cmuitrj, "(JuiiHmiiia."
Craleful for Iter rccoerj. on her return
to Eiirohe in 1S. she introduced the
reiueih in .Spain, where it was known
under .trioiis names, until Liiiiuvits
called ii Cinchona, in honor of the lady
who had hmughl them that which was
more precious than 1 he gold of t he I ncas.
To this dnv. after a Japs, of two hun
dred am! iff! v years, science has gieu
lis nothing to take it place, il rtrvtn
allv cures a morhid apin-tite lor stimu
lants, In restoring the natural tone of
the stomach. It attack rxiv-sh i lee
of liquor as it does a feer. and de-sinn
holhuiiKo. rne jKiwer.iu ionic inue
BANKING AND INSURANCE.
BANKING AND INSURANCE.
X. W. CJ.&.5E,
ASTOHI . - - - OREGON
KKOM s O'CLOCK A. M. UNTIL 4
O'CLOCK P. M.
Stomal Insurance Co.,
He doesn't want a
raiiiutiHiiii iiairrius I'lniv. i pure, and of the hest known oitalitx.
Willi the sound of brass bands and j fl! Jffl. 11&11 'J
balls all around him. and crowds t he middiiiu :is .In the ratine." ami we
, jwillinglv ahide this test, lor sale by
ami con emions, ana cveiiinguress (jntKjiists, grocers aim injiwir
and flirtations. That is no repose 1 ()n!' r ,u - -
of the Cincitoiia is prefer. en in met , ,. ., , . .
Permian Killers, which are as elleelhe tfrf!" sXSSK
against malarial fexer l-.I:i as the. " .IZASrrfrfK
weie in tin das of the old .Spanish!
Vicciovs We glial anliv the btgntji-' , Ml , t ,,,
outs of these hitlers to lie ulsui!.I '.....,. ' j , hu nn
3 YT 4Si:. Agent.
Chcwiiiiiis sjrN't. Astoria. Oregon.
! LIVERPOOL AND LOON AND
Kl,wll - GLOBE.
at all from the brain work that is j in the wimli History orjiedicme ; xqkth bkitisu AND MERCAN
TILE OF LONDON AND
Out Educational Progress.
No invjmratioii has cut performed
Midi marvelous cures, or maintained mi
wide a icputation. as Aykk's Ciikkuv iOLI) CONNECTICUT OF
Pkctokai., which is recognized as the j FORD, AND
worlds romelj tor all iscases m i ue . COMMERCIAL OF CALIFORNIA
throat and lungs. Its loiig-eonlimieil ,VtfinMViir pmr)vTPo
series of wonderful cures in all climates URL INbURAN CE COMPINIES.
has made it unhersally know u as a . afe UciraeHtin; a capital of 37,000,000.
and rcliahle agent toempioy. Against, A. VAX DUSEN. Aeent.
ordinary cohK which aie me lorerun
ners of 'more Mrioiis ilisunlers. it acts'
Wholesale agent for the
RED CROWN FLOUR
Made by the new pincCv.
The best l-'lonr in the market. Every sack
guaranteed ; if not good as represented you
can return it. Merchants w ill lind lt to their
advantage to sell this Flour.
RRAN, SHORTS AND CHOP FEED
Also for sale.
Persons wishing Flour or Feed will find me
at my new Drug Store, at (. K. &: X. Go's
dock. Astoria. J. W. CONN.
"physician and surgeon,
rRoom "So. 3, Astorian Building.
"We was reasonably expected the
Fourth of July orations on Mon
day should be delivered with unus
ual p&wer and unction. With the
new census reports tin fervid ora
tor who has contented himself and
his audience with ineie assertions
of the absolute perfections of this
great ami glorious country, may
reinforce his eloquence by statis
tics, lie will tabulate his patriot
ism. The American eajrlc "will
scream in figures. The audiences
were enabled to give an activate,
arithmetical teason for the faith
which is in them that the United
States, in entet prise, in wealth, in
agriculture and in general prosper
ity, is leading the world. They
were not any more proud
of themselves, perhaps, indi
vidually and collectively, than
they have been on previous
anniversaries, but they were cer
tainly more intelligently proud.
fOne of the most gratifying de
velopments of the new census, as
already shadowed forth in the pub
lished reports, is the educational
progicss made during the last ten
years. There ha been a wonder
ful increase of menial aclhity. If
one of the statistical maps should
be printed illustrating this phase
of the work. New England would
no longer be fenced in as intel
lectual aiea. It is in the south
and the west that the progress has
been most remarkable. This is,
perhaps, because the educational
status of the new Kngland and
middle sUilo. was already well
established, and beginnings are
always more noticeable than suc
ceeding work. The increase of
population in the border states
and territories has necessitated the
establishment of additional schools,
which have been foithcoming.
The educational frontier is well
picketed. 1 u the remotest sections
the young idea gets a very fair
idea of how to shoot.
killing him, and for his nervous
system, that is breaking him down.
The girls may like it well enough.
They arc young and have, vigorous
constitutions, and can stand a
great deal of music, and drives,
and dances, and heart-burnings;
but for him, give him a quiet rurai
Itrtical cnrn 1'lslilnz Croiiud.
And contiguous to a hotel, where
he can play short cards on rainy
mornings, and build up his slmt-
i.ifswl nnrcniti. trttoni Willi lllltrl-
iviwi mnv.... ,.w - --. .,,. -... ........ j.. i..:. :....
' rKCTUKAI. CICIsil- III iiii-ii limvui-v, ,
tivc bevemgcs from tune to time j ami clcrgi men iccommciid it. It is
i i i mm. n u, .. ...... m ahsolutelv certain in its remedial effects.
during the day. 1 he boys can get j Jlu Vll, -.lhvaj s t.ri. W,M.R, n,n.N an. (
along- almost anywhere: but still, i possible.
" ". KOI! s.VI.K 1 AM. DKAI.!'.lts
their preference is for the real : - - - .
country, where they can go swim- TO CITY SUBSCRIBERS.
iimirr in iit i-i irh iiui.-i: Liiuun .i t iHire 3remh irmuaiii cuaua imus tvai- i
jw.r .wr city iwtreos that ito snnn ieoi i commercial union assurance vu.,
sMurml K 3hv who raako such changes if they ! op LONDON.
trill refHH-t the sumo to tkis office. Otheiwiso m
trcf4tallnt lereM)Biblc for failures of tbo Capital. - - 512,500.000.
carrier t uelirer the paper promptly niw
regtditrU' ti llicm.
Wilson & Fisher
TT A gLr-Vrua3ELEl.
LUBPvICATING OILS, COAL OIL,
PAINTS AND OILS.
Sheet, Round, and Square Prepared
PROVISIONS, MILL FEED,
GARDEN SEED, GPvASS SEED.
Which will b PxrlmtiirHil for rnmitrvnrn-
I duce or bold at lowest prices.
Corner Clienamus and Hamilton Streets
tiers nC more mt'ioiis diHrilcrs. it acts n,,,,Jnl TT;n Innnnnnn fin
siiiSHiCoiniiiBrcial Uw ApraBce Co.
protection it affords, b its timelj i:m in , 01?lAnI)0X
their knnwlede of its comioition and , fjfe atldf fdariltl lilSUrailCe.
effeeis piiyieiaii use uie . iiK.in; x -
.I01C l!Ai: Il.NlIlLTOX.Manajrcr.
10 SiuisoiiK St., San Francisco.
W. Hl.MlCARcnt, Astoria, OrcRon.
I'ACIU'H' COAST MAUIXK It RANCH.
C. H. STOCKTON,
JAY TLTTIiE, 31. D.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
Office Over the "White House Store.
Kf-sidkxck Next door to Sirs. MunsonV
boarding house. Chcnaiuus street, Astoria
M. D. JF.XXIXfiiS.
PHYSICIAN AND SUltGEON.
Graduate University of Virginia, uses
rhjsiclan'to Bay View hospital, Baltimore
Ofkick In Pae & Allen's building, up
Residknck Corner of Benton and Court
streets, Astoria, Oregon.
p p. hicks.
ASTORIA, - - - - OREQOJ.
Rooms In Allen's building up stairs, cornf
of Cass and Stiemociihe streets.
Q. A. BOWLBY.
ATTORNEY AT LATIV.
Clienamus Street. - ASTORIA. OREGOIt
fi Y. PUI.TOX,
ATTORNEY AT LAW, .
ASTORIA - OltEGON
Office over Tage & Allen's store, Cass street
1. SHU-rilwr.- kIhi do net cive csnrcM no
liet m the coBlrao, are considered as wuhius
The MMilcrsieiiti are jireisired to
da, figlit wasps nests, catch and
ride the old horse in the pasture,
limit for birds nest?, fish all day
and catch nothing, hunt rats in the
barn with a small dog and all the
rllifkr fiitir? wbieli tllO firentor 111- t imtiniio their suberintion
, , . , ,, i If .-lcnfers wih their papers discen
tenueu uovs to do. uie niotncr,
. , , ,.ri e .!. i.-l.i.r..1 hl ehan-. are lmia. i DOMESTIC OR FOUHIGN TORTS.
UlUlliTII UOUUllUI Ul inii iiuuiiuiui- ! i. ii -luororiwer ucrioci or roiuo iu iumi ;
. .. , ! iltcir i:ersfroiH thcofilceor theplacoiTncro i Orders h .ALVII. or WIRE promptly at-
11 CSS or the pronnetV Ul all that ither rc 'ert, ther are hld reponsiblo until Intdcd to
I !; futile ihcir bilU. ami sivo duo notice to ; MKSO.V, (1!'.'R('1I& Co.,
urn a nut iu u, unm . ..,,.. ... . i for. Fmnt ami Ash Streets.
I'crls u I'rn found Krllrf H't iaforminK the imblihors thcyaro hold I
i riHHiMe. t.JH-o MHHild always be bi von ?
T ier sIhihimmiIs of SALMON or other
. j Min'lwndiM ! SAIL w STEAMER Iroin
itnu. J ' taili'iltaM u.. Mnlinun Ia CArifl tlioril . - OlHtHIMR IttVYT lO
MMiil ehar?s are tmiu. i
'"i" " .-"n .... - .- .-.. ,
VTheiiiirt- have decide,! that ref.mnS to 'K V-"m Ala ' Mr"f! " ,u ,t-'
Ink a ier fnin the offieo, or remorins. J OXIY i." 3'TS.
HH'l kai-iHc it HiK-allwl for. is prima facie cvi- .
&WItewAiecui.eir.ii.. '650.000 ALREADY SOLD ! !
lal iwliee of tho noglcct of a person to tako .
fnnti the ttfiire tho netrtKiperii addrced to A ircdlscou the
Him. i" liable to the publisher rorthesnu
When they are thus impelled to
t)pen-air life, and permit her to en
joy long days of blisfnl summer
repose. The city mother has a con
stant dread that her boys are in
,. ir , j , m'HI'Umw price
iniSlMllef. AlarV. S:tl(l a IIUUCIOUS. I .l.Ar,;H.,M,4 JnlnmlMl for iiwprlinn in
., Cl , ,. JTh U i i.ki AsroktAV, should bo handed in ,
mother, alter a long pau.se: "Mary, ,, u .siuy afternoon, to insuro their in-
. i .1 . ....itni the folloKins Friday.
ro up stairs and see what your I ., .
brolher is doing, ami tell him "0tSTEAIS3R PRUXFTING DONE
to do it." But iu the country the f fYo-n-cfn
boy.s get far out of range, and the ' ORDER .
motner commits tiieni to me care .
... r,. -..;.,... ,-...! fifTi a fle-f-nvion Hfflno I ii! v9':f)
oi J rovmcniu, aim puis ;i ir'su ; ,tiu vxi. ilouuj.j.uiu viuuu trmn
patch on the knee of the Irowsers'
PAPER HANGING AND WALL COLORING
GLAZING PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO.
J63Shoi next door to Astorian Ofllce, in
J. H. D. GRAY.
Wholesale and retail dealer in.
ALL KTXDS OF FEED,
Hay, Oats, Straw, Wood, Etc.
Genera! storage and Wharfage on reason
able terms. FiKit of Heiitnn .street. Astori;v
AUCTIONEER, COMMISSION AND IN-
I MUKAiSUK AUKM.
IT) A. oTcIXTOSII.
L: 31EKCHANT TAILOR,
ucriueui iioiei uuuaing.
ASTORLV .-- OREGON
,; $) JEg
I3FWlmt nlcasiire it is to pay ones
debts! Jn the first placc.it removes that
uneasincsa wliirh a iei-son feels from
denendeiice and obligation. Jt affords
jilcasureto the creditor, and therefore
gratifies our social affection. It jro
motes that future confidence which is so
interesting to an honest mind. It opens
a prospect of being readilj supplied
with what you want on future occasions.
It leaves a consciousness of our virtue;
and it is a measure we know to l)t right,
both in point of justice and sound econ
omy. Finally, it is the main support of
simple reputation, l'ay us, thai w c may
iIf j on will send us five subscrib
ers for one year with $10 00 advance
payment, at the rate of 'l 00 for each
naine, we will send one cony of Tin: As
TontAN free, to any address you may
give, and wo will send an additional
copy for each additional five names that
you may send to us, with the cash iu ad
vance of course, for one vear.
SFThere is not now any better news
paper, nor one more consistcntlv de
voted to the building up of the country
than Tin: Astojhax. At the price of
Two Dollars per year it is the cheapest,
as well as the best. With your aid and
encouragement we shall be able to make
further Improvements to enhauce its
field of usctulness.
of her first-born. After .1 while J
she gtts resigned to see thcin;
scratched with thorns, sunburnt,!
freckled, toe tied up with a dirtv !
rar, and a steiic-hruise on the '
heel, their noses painted with poke
berries, and a wasp-sting on the
bark of the neck thanking heaven
'I tic Uoutidius Urnllti
They have in spite of it all. litit
the girls, they think ail this pokey
and perfectly horrid. Thay want
to saunter along mountain paths,
down to the springs, with nice
young men, or play croquet on the
lawn, or sit under the trees and
work worsted things, while eligible
youths hold the skein of yarn, or ssjSJ
pretend to tead aloud. They want I
to dance in the evening, to prome
nade on the portico, to exchange
poetic sentiments in the moonlight,
or, if they are at the seaside, to
wrestle with the breakers in
The Most Rerouting Knfliltig-drrw.
Or spin along the beach in a light
drag. The deficiency of real nice
young men at the summer resorts
is to them the only distressing
fact. From all the watering places
last year came up the wail of too
much balcony and too little Romeo.
Perhaps it may better this year.
The mid-summer heats are near at
fiand, and the brain-work of the
head ol the family is beginning
to tell on his nervous system. The
necessity of fleeing from the city
will soon be necessary.
fjya. UjH "Hi ' -
J Ami his I)is4-Hvs. !,
1 "nil r Valuable mid 1'rurtlcal Iu.
formation, and Coiilniiiin an
IN'IK OS-' mSKASKN.
!vTI? V 'J1 flTtTPTv" PUT? API Wliu-h ghes Uie sH$n.:is. rausi' and the
1 Vj A l,li LU1V, OXUliii-Jr . i.mk, TriMlimnt t nwU : a lank giwng all
I Ilit iniin'iw! dnigsusfil for the Hoist, with
I thfordinan diw.t'BVrts and antidote when
laH4seti: a taMe with an (Migrating of the
j Horse's tci-lli at different ap-s. with rules
!for 1 filing t5i age of tlu Heist1: Sengrav-
hoHing the important jnits lit the
urfof tin liors also dliistnitlug nosl-
j 1his ;vsiuiH'd l sick horsi-s iu ditlerent dU
l rases. A VHiiuiM,' ilh-tioii of n'ceipts.
. mam o which would vxl a iiorse-owner
tlm-t to live dollars eaeh
EVERY FARMER SHOULD OWN
Thousand wlm haeseeu it conuuend it
and imtiiN giHx! horsiiien lime extolled it In
ih.' higm-si terms, oven st.uiitg llmt they
on-fer n to ImhiKs whleli eot -"i W) to i?10 (W.
lit not thtoH aa our moiiev iu the nur
rliasc of tswtlj lMMif.s on the Horse, which
:ir sii full i.f f ititi lilit-riNj. sitiil tiM-lmii-ll
tienitsas to u uiiuilfUhcilih to the aemge
I naler but.
BUY KENDALL'S TIIKAT1SE,
A boo! of loo pages, in paper eoers. giving
ytm iimre prnt-tk-al iufoiniutiou thnu Ls con
talueil iu Mime large volumes at tar higher
ttsr. Ilaviiigfviniliu'dtliislh'ok thoroughly
wean .sit isfled no
Hhimnrtfl mci u&3p
Will alst.fmtl us Readv tt&
TO FILL ORDERS for
RILLS OF LADING,
On Short Notice.
"jVTOXEY KK1T AT HOME IS A
Lt J profit saved. Patronize Atorianj.
Corner Main and ChonamusStreots.
CIGARS AND TOBACCO,
JOSEPH RODCERS & SONS
GENUINE ENGLISH CUTLERY
AND THE GENUINE W0STENH0LM
and other English Cutlery.
FAIRCHILD'S GOLD PENS
Genuine Bleershaum Pipes, etc.
A fine stock of
WntcheN anil Jewelry. 31uzzlc and
Breech Leading: Hhot G'uiim and
Klllcs, ICevolvern. PlntolH.
ALSO A KINK
Assortment of fine SPKCTAridLS and KVK
I. W. CASE,
LMl'OKTKK AND WIIOLESALU AND UE
TAIL. iiEALEU IN
Comer Chennmus and Cass streets.
ASTORIA - - - OREGON.
q n. Ttxm & co.,
Doors, WindOTVR, BllndH, Traa
Honis, liumber, Etc.
All kinds of Oak Lumber, Glass, Boat Ma
Steam SHU near"Veston hotel. Cor. Gad
evl e and Astor streets.
I'HLEXIIAltT & SCHOEXE.
Octldent Hotel Hair Dressing Saloon
ASTOUIA - OREGON.
Hot, fold, Shower,
Steam and Sulphur
SSfSpecIal attention given to ladles'anfl
children's ludr euttlng.
Trivate Entrance for Ladies.
BOOT AN1 SHOE
Chexamus Strkkt. opiosite Adler's Book
store, - AsTOitiA, Oregon.
BT" Perfect fits puaranteed. All ATork
warranted. Give me a trial. All ordeis
.1. A. BROWN
uitovr.v a nw ajje,
STEVEDORES AND RIGGERS.
Astoria olllee At E. V. llolden's Auction
store. Portland onice m B street. 13-tI
kisr. Eir .
Get your legal blanks at The
AlSTOBian o31ce. A full lino of over
two hundred styles.
The Peruvian syrup lias cured thou
bia, debility, liver coniplaint, boils, hu
nioiN. female complaints, etc Pamph
lets free to any addre.ss. .belli . t ou it
& Sons. Boston.
Tnn Wkeki.y Astoiiiax is an
indeiMHident newspaper, devoted wholly
aud solely to the commercial and mate
rial Interests of Oregon, and will lie scut
on trial four months to auv address in
the United States on receipt of SI 00.
INDORSED BY ! Would hesitate a moment alxmt uiYCstingSS
w.... ... .. ....... ,.. Icfnt-s inits ininliac.if hedidlmt know the
PKYSIGIAHS, ULtrllilMCfi, httii Ir.due or its contents. I'ccogiiMiiBtlie de-
TUC ACCIirTffn CUCDVU'IICPI: I siniWlit of iKuinsMieh pnictk-al infonua-
tttl MtlikltU fcVtrtYWni.rtSe Jn,,,, :i ,Hir faniiiii;: rrlends daily need In
r, iiiiimi m I llielr business, provided at re:tsinable cost
TUC CDrrlVETOT KrIrn?nA2 I instead of being obliged to pay the enonnous
& ill- Uiiun I t-w a ui-.ivr"i- j ltrotits demanded h the Piihhshers
TRIUMPH OF THE AGE.
SYMPTOMS OF A
Iiosaof nppetite,TrauBea.bowels costive,
tainin thcHead.with a dull aejieatlon m
Feba"cTc part, Palnunder tHb3houlcor
BloSc. fuluci8af tercatlnfcT withTa disln
chnation to exertion of bodycr mindj
Irritability oftempor.liow spirits. IiOsb
ofmemory, witli a feeling of having neg
lected some duty. w61mnes3.t)i2zines.
Fluttering of tEe HearOPbtg'before tbo
cyesVoqw akin. Hoadache. ltest!2?i8
uess at night, Mstily colored Orinc.
SERIOUS DISEASES WMS00N BE DEVELOPED.
TTTrrn PTT.T.Saro especiallradaTitcdto
siuhcahcs.onetloBo effect suchachaujo J
Tlier InrrenM the Appollte. and cause the
body lo Take on ncftlu thus the rysum in
IHtrcatlTt Orsitm IcntiuriooI ftrs pro
auod. l'rice 25 cents. S5 JIarray SU. a.V.
nrntits demanded ! the Piihhshers of inot
I Artcultiiral Kotiks. ue Iirc secured
Several Hundred Copies
Of this aitiable little Treat lm ou the Horse,
single copies of which ue shall be itfeased to
mad to any reader of this paper, postage pre
paid by us, ou reeeiiit of
Kentittnnces may he made in currency, sil
ver or stamps, hend all orders to
I. C. HlELiAXD,
I). K. Warkr.1 . T. W. Evto
Astoria Market !
OPPOSITi: OCCIDENT IIOTKt ,
ASTORfA. ---- OHKOOX.
WAItUEX A KATOX. Proprietor.
(Sueceuon to Warren J: McGvire
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
Fresh and Cured Meats
A full line of
FAMILY GROCERIES, FI.OUR, FEED
HAY. CANNED FRUIT. VEGE
t& Butter, Esss. Cheese, etc. constantly
83 Shir3 supplied at the lowest rates.
MRS. S. T. McKEAN,
All kinds of
LADIES UNDERWEAR, ETC.,
Corner of Cav. anil Jefferson streets, Astorl?.
gSfStainpingdnue to order.
IVAITJS. MIT.F. rEKI AK1 nAY
(.'.isli paid for country produce. Small
prutits on cash sales. Astoria, Oreson, cor
ner of Main and Squeinocqhe streets.
Sens: of tlie Atbnnj- Beer!
THE DEW DROP INN !
Oh, fishermen, all hear the good news !
A fine saloon is started with hest of
Liquors, Wines and Beer,
AND FINE FREE LUNCH UNGLARDED.
The Grandest Caviar and Cheese,
IN SANDWICH THICK AND THIN
Aud will ou spend a pleasant hour, drop in
at the DEW DROP INN on Concondystreet.
J. T. BOUCHERS.
TOTT'S MiB DYE.
lm Kair or Wmaxrns changed tocOzs, v
Itiju-K by a alncle aiu Jicatlon of this OYii. ti
mint a naiunJ color, arts Ixataiaaecul.
iid t-j DruR5uU,or wit ij riTrc ci rtnf4 oi i.
OfHco. 3D rVlurray St., New York.
I 5 Br.irrrs ximul s TciaM urcnuiu J h
J :t vuit m t KiUi yxxi tpuuv.f
For s;de ex Wnrelioibeat Astoria or Portland
hy ISAltFOrit, l'THKIi: & Co.
riO-tf Portland, Oregon.
Respectfully Dedicated to and Soid hy
CHAS.ORATTKE. - - - - ASTORIA.
Astoria and Knappton.
Regular Mail and Passenger
. Steamer ROSETTA.
W. "WAVE MASTER
3-Will leave Knappton for Astoria and
CARRYING THE U. S. MAIL.
Also have a lighter vhlcli enables her t
carry wood or freight of any kind.
a" For charter, freight or passage at liv
ing rates apply on board, or at I. AV. Case's
Good eening kind friends. Just listen to me.
And when jou have heard me, I'm sure
I will give you a story, and sing it out clear
And the name of my sons? Is the ALBANY
You can lind tt all round in this city of gold.
And the way that they make it has never
That's a secret they keep and hold very dear.
For the whole country Ls drinking that
The breucr i large and the machinery is
And everv order is .sent to you right up to
They get all kinds of orders from far and
And everv one's healthy that drinks AL
For eery thing there looks so clean and so
And their beer Ls so sparkling, it cannot be
If vou are feeling bad or the blues do appear.
You can drive them away bv drinking AL
I have an old father, who's now eighty-three.
And this is the advice he gave unto ine.
He spoke to me kindly with a voice bright
and clear :
"If you want to be healthy, drink ALBANY
Since then lime done so, and I'm hearty
At the round age of fifty I can always be
At my dally labor before the sun does appear
And each day and night I drink ALBANY
Also, on draught, THE CELEBRATED
C. GRATTKE, - - "WELCOME SALOON,
Roadway, opposite O. It. & X. Co's Dock.
A General Reduction
or TWENTY-FIVE PER CEST. OIV AT.T,
Clothing and Famishing Goods.