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Astoria. Oregon Saturday Morniga. December 24. 1881.
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DO GREAT MEN ORIGINATE IN
A statement has been going the
rounds of the papers that nearly
all the notable men of the last half
century have originated in the J
country rather than in the city.
There is enough of truth in this
statement to arrest attention, and
to set on foot inquiries why this
declaration should be partly true;
for it may be assumed at the out
set that it is not wholly true. We
have in mind u number of men
who have been greatlv distin-1
guished as jurists, scholars, states
men and literary men who were
actually born in cities, and who, j
for the most part, were educated
there, so that all their early, as
well as mature associations, were
of the citv. IJut most of our great
men have come from the country,
They were born at a time when : stimulus which may have made
there were really no large cities in j him a little precocious, lie sees
this country. Sixty years ago j much of society early, and is never
there were no cities, in what is j without a round of amusements,
now called the "West, of any size, j If his parents are rich, then he is a
Chicago had no existence, Cincin- j lad of large expectations. He does
nati was a mete hamlet, St. Louis not see the necessity of buckling
was nothing more. Xew York, ' down to haul work; and is apt to
Philadelphia and Boston were ! like social life much better. There
comparatively small places. The! is a round of parties which he
greater number of notable men ' must attend. In short, amuse
were born necessarily outside of ments, social indulgence, soften
these cities. There is one other his fiber, and if they do not make
fact of importance. The men who i him effeminate, they take away
have made the greatest figure in; his toughness and staying power,
literature either have gone, or What is the use of all this hard
have become old men, with no sue- j work, since his father has already
cession. Cooper, Irving, Bryant, 'accumulated enough for him? He
Hawthorne, Thoreau, Motley and : expects a great deal at the outset.
Prescotthave gone; Holmes, Long- He therefore starts on a different
tellow, Wendell Phillips and Ban- plane from the country boy. Social
croft are now old men past sev-! dissipation leads possibly to some
enty years. Where are their sue- J
cessors? They are certainly not in "young man uibouttown,"5 .with
the cities; and one might look in j large family expectations, has his
vain for them in the country. It is lark, now and then making a night
true enough that cities are con- of it, and is very much liked as a
stantly being replenished by blood ' clever fellow. The poor boys in
and brawn from the country. Most j the city would have a better career
of the great merchants were bred j in the country. The would have
up in the country, or rather went j less temptation, and would often
to the cities as boys or young men, acquire better habits of industry
with nothing but hands and brains and frugality. Yet some of them
with which to work out success. succeed in obtaining a good outfit
Looking at the exceptional cases I in the way of education, because
which may be brought in to qual- the latter is cheap and good, and
ify the original statement, it is j with this and good home-training,
probably true that by far the ; they make men of mark,
larger per cent, of young men If a large per cent of country
from the country who go to the boys obtain success in the city it
city achieve more success than is t is not so difficult after all to dis
fountl among city-bred young! cover some of the reasons. The
men. What is there in country
training which makes the differ-1
ence? Tn the first place, the pub-!
lie schools in the country do not
usually maintain so high a stand -
ard of education. There are fewer
books, libraries and other outward
appliances of education. But, for
all this, it has been apparent in all
the older States that the young
man from the country has a firmer
fiber, more reserved power, tough -
uess and tenacity of purpose than
the city-bred boy. There is little and crime. There is jilways dan
in the observations which one can ger that the city-bred boy will
make in San Francisco to confirm know too much about things of
these views. The city and the ', which he should know nothing,
country are too new in the matter and omit to learn a great deal
of civilization and progress to " which he ought to know and hold
afford much data of this kind. . fast. The very advantages of tho
Young men both from the city and city become disadvantages, if the
country succeed and fail, and it is ? boy starts out with large expecta
not now easy to separate them into . tions, and must have, from the
classes. first, a large measure of indulgence.
But admitting that the hypothe- Yet it is in the city, with large ad
sis is correct it is worth while to vantages, that we ought to look
look a little beneath the surface . for a corresponding proportion of
for some reasons for the difference ' notable men who are native born,
stated. Some of these have been If the country bo- becomes a
already suggested. Besides the t notable man in the city, it is partly
toughness of fiber hardness which ' because he has had a supplemental
comes from frugal living the ! education at the right time of his
country-bred young'nian is trained
to expect nothing which does not
come irom long and persistent
hard work. He understands thai '
ho miicl wnrlr nut We nu-n tom
lie IIlUbL WOrK OUfc niS OlMliem-
poral salvation. He
is not bred
up to any large expectations
j secret of success is that ha has j
I . , i
'learned to make the most of his
few opportunities. A little moner
froesaorealtvav with him. Evenjof
tie?, his isi
Suppose he carries those qualities j
to the city? In that event they are j
;n wnnv nriinramips nJ StlCf'GSS. n
J r '
is the tough, patient
working, frugal and temperate boy
in the city, "and as honest as the
dav is long." II s natural abilities
are as good as those of any city
bred boy. Perhaps he has some of
the best blood in the country in
his veins. That will help him also
in his career.
Now, the city-bred young man
has also his advantages. Tie has
had good schools, a great deal of
confirmed bad habits, and so the I
city is constantly drawing the
brightest men of the cnuntrv to it.
because for such it frequently
i offers a better career. The city
1 boy ought to succeed on his own
' ground as certainly as the country
' boy who comes to occupy it. It
' is not the difference of native
talent, but a difference of training
affecting the physical, moral and
j intellectual fiber. There is a great
' deal of wealth in the large cities, a
; great deal of dissipation, idleness
! life, which hits taken out of him
j his provincial narrowness and made
, turn a citizen 01 tne woriu.
. 1.:,. -..; J-OIIUOII, ami ier imi-unrciiL ami , Wwlimi.tf m-ilro. it mi!.- MnnU iki .. r." 1". r " . ... '"ZY"" -:.--ii
, UI3 ai;uilv. i;jijumiii- ; - j .. - - i.iiilltlwi.iM l.lll- 11 ui u:i?. uiuii v. Ill 1 -r- r. nit it
olation. have brought to j practical r..,-i.J.u.u, .. .. , vo in ,. b .,,,,0vartl And ".wiK i":1 ' """'" "- mo I iu.iuo. mauimc
real advantages, nonas; 7 ,- ,- -. ' -.,. , . blacksmith :g&$w
. n i- :k:i::. J Mates, lookjntr at things Willi ii!f.,ci lini.c m ...ni.tmi. " lake Police. .&fjGLe8sii.
1 it 1 1 ut-i-ii 1111 ciiii" tit 1:1 Liiir t iiim:ii I ... ...... ........ -. !... .1 .... I..w. . - . . . . - w ." 5-.
i:iv ri 1 1 in?. iiuiijiiilii. ' - i - ift.iv.j - 4 i - --. ..3- .v
! Circuit Court Rlaiik-s, (!ouidyl,, , r t i 1 i
. ,,1 ,, r..CTi:..-. O..... 111...1., I Vim fliiv RniWl vnn Nil Kiw-inno
Skinning Blanks, Miscellaneous Blanks)
Deeds, MortsaRes, etc., for Sale at Tub
j astokiak offlce.
iuuiv xiuiitvs, uii3iiti; v-uui. iiiuiius,
"What a Foreigner Says of the
-ws3or Ji. r. spiw, rresiucntif.clllPtorvr rfe MYK r)ein vasj
lhe oc,el.v nf Engineers of ; njit.slo(.s: ,. V(. ,(,s ., faM l!f. i
t J i :...u: . l i i .nisi ri'iii'iviii hit su'amor 1.11111111111:1.,
ka. i:.w A..M 4w i :.i.i 1 "-
practical uve, rciumeu i ac ,
wk :l few lil3s afi aml wns VIsh" j
od iv :i rMifirtor .vlm ;lrprl Ins
. i 7
'opinion on a great manv -ul)iccts.
Some of his views are interesting.
'Chicago," he says. 'is wonderful
in iTs trade, but seems to be a city
of gambling and corners." Of
the Mormons and their capital he
c-ii't" "T u'niifioi' liriw i lmv rrn'i
immigrants as thev de: but l'think I
n - '
will kill itself and be ',
mt lv the voungei
generation. The sauitarv arrange
ments are really abominable, al
though everything is externally
clean, and in a few years the city
will become a hot-bed of fevers."
At San Francisco his attcntiou
was called to "the shocking bad
pavements of all the cities heie,
beginning at New York. It is
not merely dirt, but the character
r l.n r.,,.;..,- I. Ir.ii.lmt u-n i
of the paving;. In l.oiulon we I
lave used wood successfully, be- i
:ause it is laid in concrete; but m
-,,.,. , . ..
Jncago they were laytui; wood m
made unlavorable ny the nun
There is no excessive dampness
here, while in England the weath-
ihas baffled agriculture. I found
A"r 11 . j i T.'..l.wl 1
W ell-to-do people 111 England re-
yard comitir to America as thev
do transportatien: but if they
.i-..?.. .i- .! .1 - ...! i.fi
on t uo uiis mere is iiouiiuir ".-ii,,.
but starvation." His views on the!
subject of the electric light are
nevel: "The more the electric
light is improved the more jyas
lironerty will thrive. The eleotrid
light is not
special outsides or insides, as
1 in., .t
fiii:irrii nr i:irri m s ikc I lift
i " o"
COtnpOSlIlr room Ot tlio l.OtKlon
. r t
,1, which is simply lis1'- ilffilr K nSverV: ,K
Uritish and American ajrricul-! t.. K uro;.e in i.ra. shc-introduc-d lite j J K1 efffroni mie mt1 Kve
;, ne says; "r Mine nan mJcr various mimes, until Linmi'iisIT t- " '. :"""".-, r "" ";;
I.-. - itilT . I....... l.-l I ""-" " -! -- - V" 1 .""'" fi.t- if u- i'ill fulfiiAf ril tnr frorflmc
. , i- i i .V,Vi..(i : riochon- i: i lmiii.rfi'ilii. lulv "lairy ranciies or pleasant, nomos; wen
ve bad seasons in .-.iglai,lJ adbSS-llSn'Su which was
nd the sixth and last was also more precious than thed of the Ineas.; S, ., l ..& 'VSi ?ffil
,. ,i imiii'iiM-o Tim ui.uiTro! ii.nie viririi.I!r',:l11 wiucii ii:ices it, ai me ncau i aouiuu
the cost of sendinir a bushel of ',J ;- . 1 J,,Ur.
. r V . "V u,. .VUlS'i0":1 ..!?,".". .UUU m .VR llomIveiti. thereof more, benefit for
wheat Irom &t. l.ouis twenty cenis, renivian u uicrs, w men are as ninuw --- - --- .-.- - , --- - -- 1)c-cllll
', a'aint ma ana fever -da as they ' ".' ai" ",1U ' M"a,,i ...i V. ,.f:ii. i: .1!
aim seventeen ceius innn iui;aw. Were 111 tlie 1 a.s 01 me oii Manisii '- V"' v " "" "F "' '",:" ' 1 "
. r, .. , viwrciw . Wn mi-in'ii thi iji-tr.Mii- " larjiaiL number (f r(:aders at the
.... ..v, .. ....,.. . ,, pj js j these hitters to Ik ahsouiten '"" ' l - , .77,1 '.''." vr J
i - 1 n , llltr .,. rtr !. i...i t..,v,vii ..ii-iPiv of an attractive dailv. the success of
imtinrl ! t-n-ii. rnnr li nniilri lint IHtri. ail'l Ol IHC l;lsi UUOWII OlliUili.i ..... . -. , .
'"'" ' ", '," . 1 X trial willsatisfy you tlint Ihi.s is tilt-1 ,c,,I,"im 1,",iv,'Kl.? "" V T ,n
comnctc with American farmimr. best biit.r in ibe world. -Tin. i.t-iiif of ' heond the expe. iation.s of the most
tn lin ilonciwlnil cm Mnfl "iways ai iiaiiu. u cures eougus. corns. : ", ... . iiv,ii.-, .. -to
he aepeiulect on ,,;;,. whooping ce.igh. croup. '.,,-1 easos ami all isorders rising fromim-
blo to most intoriors HueiiKi, consuinplion. and all throat ami j l'niy t uie ihihmi. i.y us mvigoraung
uii nival iiiniiv.n .11.i.,;11,i ... io ,,,u-i ., 1 .,.! effects it alwavs re eves and often cures
It 0:111 he iisou lor iii liivor t oinnlautts. r rinalo. eaknesses
Times. These are exceptional ivarietv store. .
,.,.,,,. , ; i
uses which will only increase thej Am.n,deonTolhl,vand rhrisl-l
use of gas. People won't go f-om j ;lI,a!;!V!ig(.;jJ,ISr .;i:?,;;,,.i,t)!! '
very light squares or other places; Kverything v.iU fieUld to 'the highesYj
into dark or feeble-bghted streets;
and therefore the number and force;
, . . . .,
01 Tas-ji:is iiinsi uo iiiciras;u.
r, ,,, . 1 e 1-
Governor Blackburn of ken -
tiio.lcv. in tho nortion of his mes -
sag-e touchino; udoii the subject
:...,:,,....., :.... i.i( .,i- .,.t..;
lmmio-ratton to that iitate, certain -
ly does not make it appear that
his people want colonies of nidus -
trious inimioranLs to settle among
them. Speaking for himself, indi-'
vidually, he says: "I cordnlly,
extend the hand of welcome to
every honest and industrious man
who enters our state, however
poor and friendless he may be;"
but he docs not give the Uureau
of Immigration much encourage
ment when he says: "1 must ac
knowledge that many of our most
intelligent citizens do not believe
that extreme density of popula
tion adds tn human happiness."
k;l)o you have any fast horses in
Germany?'' asked Gus DeSmith
of an old Austin German, who is
known as "Truthlul Fril,, on ae-
!count of his sincerity and hatred
j 0 every thin"- sensational. ''Does
vo have fast horses in Sherman y?"
, ... , ,. , J.,
he replied. UI should SliOOSt smile.
'" " i-.,
a fr:erKi uv ino (ini.e;. ,no on.
qo Inentl i U1' lh-e "le oul
I in his horse and pugg-. .After we
rjtlc. hlK,t an hour. I suvs: "hat j
. ,. ',.
lor ou drsvr-s so much in its,
liny tin TVccUI
in. t i;eiiii .-iuiii.. ui un-iu.
wrek is full of just siieli inforinatioii j
and news of the country as your friends j
in the east want to ce. It has very;
few TiilvWlistMUfMil-;. :iinl is cliiii'V: In lli. i
inirVh. r.r iiifnrnviriim Mit i:o ftntiilv
ran'Mieressfully siiueew aloiiK witliom.
Two dollars will liny the w hole wad lor I
a year. 1 u for six months.r ten cents
per copy. j
Slethers: Slntkcrs!' !ot!nis!i!
.VVr!'i! ,!!r1 J1m!!?:!: !
ui imr li-ii i .i :ri. i .11111 xi.ii-i nil! .
" cryinp witli i the dcriu-iatiii; pain
of cutting teeth . 11 m. yo at once ami j
;i't ahottlcof Mrs. Wihslow's Soothui!;!
hvrun. it will relieve tjio poor iittlu snf-!
fcrer immediate! depend upon it;;
there is no mistake -. iout it. There is! .,-w house aud first class in its ap
nol a mother on earth who has eer j nointmenls. Third street, in Jl. It
used it. who will noljt-il oit at once ; Thompson Mock, opposite Capt. Ains
that it will rem 1 1 ate Jthr 1mwcIs. ami worth. Itooms U the (lav, week or
give ie.sl li the mtrlur. and relief am! monih. Mns.El Aituinnxi.
health to the ehihl.opuratiiii; like manic. - -
It is pertectly sale to use m all caes. ,
ami pleasant to the tasfe. and is the pre-'
seriptionof one of the oldest and !e.st
female physicians and nurses in the.
lTnited States. SsIiI everywhere, i".
etitsalMitlle. I '
i.inciona KuUra ,
ju, (.n t ciuchoiJwas the Spanish i
iiMini:in.im-iiiuw.B -'"'i'-sii i
Vicoroy in Peru in H2S0. The Couides. ;
lus wife, was pros'nitcd hv an intermit-;
lent fever, from which she was Heed by l
tint iiMMtf the native remedx. the IVru-
vlaii bark. or. as it was e:illed in thei
nsf in ii. Him-.
.ll-nl .l.l ('.fit t rt- V..III.1 IftC Itivilli '
' . ;.I,V :. Ya . :.?'?,:. s' ,'.V" ';'. " '
us iiiiiiiiii n iui in fiitik.i. ii i ii i ni
ally cures a morbid ajtju'tite for .stiiuu-j
huits, bv re.sterins: the natural tone of'
the stomach. Ii attacks excessive Ioe.
it 1.1! - ?.. M ft...."' 1 ' I
mis piuiiiiiiu is in 1110 c.moj;, aou n
winn,v :ihlW th5s twt. forsah. j,y :
- . - - t
Max. Wanner s .an Mr.i'cis
Max. Wagner's .San Frarcisco a-1
,n- 77-"",Tf"T.. , k
Mrs. Twilight and Mn. I llslev have
taken charge ot tbe nuneer i;e.staur.uit.
which has been thoroughly renovated
and iehtli-d. Mrs. lllslev lias charge tit
the cuisine, (hind coffee a .spccialt.
Have Wistars habam of wild cherry
1 .In ins l!a iis.-mh. liiiisn- teae Iter fr
I . . ;. ... . ..
lsiano.oriraii or voice culture. 1 leaning
organs will he properlv attendeil lo bj
i I...1VMW. ..r1..- ! v.ii,.?-o liiutl.- . tul
.oruauw win oe piiipcrr. hiii-iiuimi hi
I ..-iv nil ..r.1..t- .! v.ii,.?-o ho.-. I? itnl
: -ii 1 ..I.. 1 . 1 ... ...
-&,., Ir Irxonrcluidren ami !
friemK Itemembir nolhing ivservetl
and pur under the emmier.
J ZTll yon will send in five sub-wrih
er.s for ope vcar with -?1 adMiuci'
, .. at nWut m fw j
i ......... ,...,. ;n ...... 1 . , r'i'i... J
!naine,wi - willsendonecopyrTui:As -
ironiAN free, to any address ou iua
. 1 IF IIJI 1 I.I . alllVi ,1 11
1 ui lititfki t if tflifk riki'tftr tiifl tflitkt finw !
i . - .
g ve. and we will -etui a;i additional 1
'" , , . !tio t?. oi,A..nn- r nA
jccipv rr each :ahiitionai five lijiiuesihaL; liacoii, Hams, Snouluers, Lara, j
! yiU'may slM5li t wjt, u,e cash in ad- -
; vance of course, for one year.
In Hosts ofi'am'dfps
. IIotctter's Stomach Hitters Is :s nmcli n-
sanled as a hwustholit ueeesI. as istiar or!
i-otrec. The reason of this U that years of;
I experience have proved It lo be ierfectly re-.
llaiile in those i-ases of t'liiercciicy where a
nrnmnl -mil pmivonlnnt nMnoilv isill'IMflllltcd.
; "'.": .' :t"Z. ..".:..,i..i... -.i..:..;.io lii
j uf stion an
I VyUUMilliiiiOll. Iil .IIl4HII. l.' J...
ami oiner iiounus are oven-oinc
de tv Urufgt-sts and ileaiorri, 10
for Ifostetter'sAlaiaiiae for 1832.
H " CELEBRATED I1J
I-'urnlsdieil itooiii to X.et
unson a loctolnx bouse.
i On after this date an additional 10
! cents per rtirrt will In charged on all
i orders for sawed wood not accompanied
uu- t-a-ii, ai u:.i;s winm lam. .iu
Another iliu lot of Kasturii Oysters
J"st received at Uoseoes, per steamer
'ir". weeai.-ui- uiuck.
- -- - " -
Xntire to the lindie.H.
Switches, curls and frizzes made from
iiil:ucs or cut hair. Call on or ad-
-. ..... ,x
.laiMlltl, tlll-illl 1 -
All or the choicest kinds of apples in
j the largest boxes for sale at .1. II. I), i
t Mheriiinn Hrrc. Kxpresn
Will receive orders at the store of 1.1
Y. CaM-for upper Astoria or any other j
part of the city. Leave your orders on
pan oi ineeitv. jAave vour orders on
llu. sl.,u. :mil -tlwy wiu b(J 1)rom,,ty :,t-,
-..-'"" "7 .
:, , -,,. MO;,irt ,..ol
IIIHMIIIilUUIl lil.l III I"! U.1IUCHII- IIV.II (
llu cemetery. .Iohx Wu.i.i amsox. i
To Ilve Men.
I'm: Astouiax has now reached a
Sliart of Unmistakable- j
Cimferred upon tens of thousands of 1
salYerers couin originate and maintain
iho i-iMoitmiioi wbi.-h AvkimSaissapa-
,sili,a "$": u ,isa cpmponiMi ot thei
mst vegetable alteratives, with the)
, Iodides ot J'otassiiiiu and iron, and is ,
: the most elVeetuul of all remedies fori
!.scrouilou.s,iuercuri:il. or blood disorders,
Uniformly successful and certain in its
1 remedial effects, it oroduces rantd and
complete cures of hcrofula, Sores, Uoils.
. anil Irregularities, and is
.newer ol vitality. I-or pnritymg tin
blood It luis no eon
no eoiial. It tones up the
.... - 1 .,, i. .
j.-ieiii, ivMim-s ami prcscucs uiu
turi and preserves the;
health, and imparts vigor ami energy.
1 Kor fortv vimrs It b:is been in extensive,
1. ....1,1. .....1 ;..........- .;..,.r. ,,. .....
, m.uiii,.iini iiu.h 1-1 .m.i yu.iv,.. j
I Kor tortv vimrs it b:is been in evtensivo f
use, and is to-day the most available
medicine for the suffering sick, any-
'"i.i.n am. w..vm.i.s.
iccncnilasMirttnee.i of table .stock constantly
on nauil. such as
!C;uni((l bruits ailti .JttliyJ
VAW&. lll'TTl-lil. VllliESE.
1 iiiiuiMi-. it t.ivti i. i-iiiMinii vein iiitr
Fresh Fruits and Vegetables, 1 , . . , "" tor ''." n
ifihii. ran.mut. ,:.1M,:C6l6l!ratell Colnln Brewery
In the season.
ClttAlSK AXt TOUACCO.
n.-sJ oi hISW AXX T.li5"lSf.
All clienp fin CASH. Ooods sold on com-
i:i:-iiri:. jjijmi41i- I. W. Case's tore.
I. K. '.Hiiss. T. V. KT(
Astoria. Market !
fill:. aiKWUll'S ANO HAMILTON STS. j
ASTOtUA. - - OKKOOX
WAititHs a xcitcU. irnrMfl
.. . . ,
Vholtualc nnd llotail Doulens in
Fresh and Cured Treats
A full line of
FAMILY i:00i:i:i IK, 1FL0UK, KEEP j
HAY, CANNED FKUIT. VEOE-
irs-Jiutter, Ksy. Cliocio, etc. constantly
iJir Ships supplied at tho lowest rate..
,S. ARNDT & FERGHENJe.c- noiDra
ASTORIA. - OltKGON.
I Boiler Shop YSgi
All kinds of
STP. A TVTTSal A "P Tlf7n"P5r
I'romntty attended to.
,. i .. .
- . in.nn.oi ii ii.uiili
FOOT OK I FAYETTE STREET.
ASTORIA IRON WORKS.
15KNTOV STItKRT, Nkai: I'AllKKU HOl'SK.
ASTORIA. - ORKCOV.
i GENERAL MACHINISTS AMD
Kllli FH IV AkHfX
!r i -i MiiumiivnTnn
j 1 , ? i l 's A ? 5 ii Cj; Siliviii IV Ili.V
lifllUl l!lllalahH IJllUlLl WO
Boiler Vork, Steamboat Work
and Cannery Work a specialty.
A. i. V.s. rrcsiileiit.
.1. . HusTi.Kit, Secretary.
1. W. (' Vsk. Treasurer.
.loux l'ox. Superinteiuleitt
Corc-.T.Muin and Chcnaiuaa Streets,
CIGARS AND TOBACCO.
OSEPH'RODGERS & SONS
GENUINE ENGLISH CUTLERY
AND THE GENUINE WOSTENHOLff
and other English Cutlery.
Genuine ISeershaum Pipes, etc.
A line stock of
Wat flies and .Jewelry, miizziu ami
Xlrccch Z.oa'.lSuyr Niio Ukiim mid
Itliles. KevnlverM. I'istoJs.
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10Q jQns Glcncarnock Scotch
! Pig Iron,
1 40 Tons English Foundry Coke.
1 350 Tons Best Hard Steam Coal.
J7ERMANIA BEER HALL
MOTTLE JBKKR DEPOT.
ClsKN 1HJS SrRKET. ASTOISt I.
I Tin' Iicut of LtigcvX Cts. a Ofa.
i Left at this place will be promptly attend-
j cd to.
JS'-N'o cha:i San FrancLsco Beer sold at
i ins juarr
WM. BOOK. Proprietor.
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ATTIIK OLliyriAND, OKAVS KriLDIXC
ITUST CLASS WORK A SPECIALTY.
OI'I'PSITK O. IJ. & X. CO.MI'AXYS DOCK, j
I Nf lutllicbp lliiiiisanilclsarspa.sscil
: ocr im oar.
I. -W. 'CASE,
IMPORTER AND V.'IIOLESALF. AND liF-
TAIL DEALEU IN.
Comer Chciinmus and Cass streets.
ASTORIA " i '- , - .OREGON
j NOTARY PUBLIC,
ACCTIOXKElt, COMMISSION AXD
Tk A. 3IC.IXTOSH.
MERCHANT TAILOK, -
Occident Hotel llullrttnjr.
ASTORIA - - - OBEGOK
1 I). WIXTOS,
Attorney and Counselor at Lata.
Otnce in C 1.. Parker's building, on Beiitou
steeet, opposite Custom House,- -.
JAY TUTTIiE, M. 1.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,'
Okfick Over tho "White House Store.
Rksidenck At Mrs. Munson's boarding
house. Chennuius street, Astoria, Oregon.
CKA5H, 31. I
rilYSIClAN AND SURGEON,
(loom A'o. S. ANtorian Snildias.
ltiinKXCK Corner of Benton aurt Court
streets, Astoria, OrcRon.
Rooms in Allen's building up stairs, corur
of C:i-s and Siiemocqlie streets. (
I Q. A. ROWLBY.
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Clieuainus Street. - ASTOltlA. OKE(JO
Q II. IKAIX fc CO.,
OonrM. Windows, Jilindti. Trnu
MoniH. liumber, Ulte
All kinds of Oak Lumber, Glass, Boat Ma
Steam Mill near Weston hotel. Cor. Oru
evivc and Astor streets.
J. H. D. GRAY,
Wholesale and retail dealer hi.
ALL KIXJDS OF FEED,
Hay, Oats, Straw, Wood, Etc.
. .General .storage and Wharfage on reason
able terms. ! out of Kenton street. Astoria.
John Rogers, Central Market,
Has received a large invoice of
1JAKKELS AND HALF BAltltELS
of the. best quality.
And is now ready to supply Butchers Can
neries and all others, cheap for cash.
W'c arc constantly receiving new additions
to our stock and have the finest and
lan;est assortment of variety
goods In the city.
All our goods are marked in plain figures
Call and examine quality and note prices.
CIIAS. STEVENS & SON"
Wilson & Fisher
LUimiGATING OILS. COAL OIL,
PAINTS AND OILS. .
Sheet, Round, and Square Prepared
PROVISIONS, .MILL FEED,
GARDEN SEED, GRASS SEED.
Which will ho exchanged for country pro
duce or. sold at lowest prices. -
Corner Cheiiamus and Hamilton Street
AvVrOKI A. OREGON.
Mvs. P. M. Williamson,
Alt kinds of
m:LADIES UHDERWEAR, ETC.
, Corner of Cuss and Jefferson streets, Astoria
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