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Astoria, Oregon, Thursday Morning, February 22, 1883
1JPB AND DEATH.
-Paradoxical as the assertion
eums to be to the ordinary mind,
uninformed as to the latpstieveht-
t ions of the microscope there is
no such thinn- as death in the '
sense of extinction of life. Quan-
titativelv, not far from five per
centum of the human bodv con-1
ists of matter that actually lives;
for, according to Prof. Beale,
.though such tissues as cuticle,
muscular fibre, the finger nails,
the hair, the bones, tendons, etc.,
contain minute living particles,
they are not living matter in the
proper acceptation of the term,
but matter that has once passed
through the condition of life, and
is on its way to resolution into
such products as ammonia, car
bonic acid, urea and so on. At
different ages there is some differ
ence in the comparative quanti
ties of lh-ing and non-living mat
ter in the human body, tin? former
being relatively larger in infancy
and youth than in manhood, and
constantly diminishing as age ad
vances; but, on the the average,
fully ninety-five per centum of
a living man is already dead; and
the process of death that is. of
transformation of protoplasm into
. . , . ' .
jormea material or tissue is one
that forms the primary basis of
human life; so that the very pro
cess of living is interlinked to and
interwoven and correlated with
the process of death. Every
thought, every act of ideation,
every contraction of muscle, every
impression ot tho senses, has
its material equivalent in the
death of a given quantity of mat
ter that previously lived. Tho
living matter of tho body is com
posed of units of protoplasm
styled cells minute, originally
spherical elements, each of which,
independently considered, is a
microscopic being, possess
ing an individual life history of
its own? From forty to sixty days
represent probably the average
iife-tirae of a cell; and so in the
progress of a human life from in
fancy to age many generations of
cell life are embraced; that is to
say, a man dies many times before
he comes vis a vis with the final
mystery. It is by groups of these
little bodies, acting in concert and
concurring together to produce a
single result, that the complex
tissues of organic life are created
and maintained, each of the myr
iads of independent lives being a
microscopic laboratory for the evo
lution of the formed materials of
muscle, bone, brain, nerve and
membrane, by means of which
our higher functions are executed.
Now and then a cell, or a group
of cells, rebels against its life-long
slavery to tho higher purpose;
and then comes a morbid develop
ment, such as cancer or tubercle.
It is now a settled fact of physi
ology that when a man dies that
is, when the functional life is ar
rested these little bodies resume
their action as independent cen
ters of living matter; so that,
quantitatively speaking, there is
no less life in tho body as it lies
in the coffin habited for the grave
than there was when the eye soft
ened with tenderness, the busy
brain laid plans for the future, or
the active hand guided the pen or
the pencil; and the collective
amount of microscopic life in the
form of minute organisms that
will be generated by the dead
body in the progress of decompo
sition is an exact equivalent for
the amount of living matter it
oriirinallv contained. In other
words, death in the sense of ex
tinction of life, is a fiction of qjir
human senses, not a reality. The
myriads of cells and cell groups
bare ceased to occur in the execu-
: lion of the higher purposes of or-
Sanic 15fe? hut the.V 1,avu not ,
cased t0 live nd ow like Sat" j
urn and the old niytli. devour the J
! issues they have created.
ut '" death is in reality a fie-
j tion and 5f the hod.v in its rm"
j is no less livinS than befons what
mysterious entity or energy was it j
liof tirtTir MnnnifA1 sMifijk rfr rtliAi I
luaii hiit uuiiuiiuuf wu uiiiiujju
' , , , ., ,. j
and subordinated these cell-lives j
to the liijjher purposes of a human '
.., . j
life? Prof. CrooKes would sav that
f - . J !
and he would point to the tact
that a human life is composed of
two lives interwoven together, but
fundamentally distinct, in evi
dence of his hypothesis. There is
thus in the deepest facts of sci
ence an indubitable evidence of
the existence of higher spiritual
and physical lives; and, if this be
so, death is but a translation into a
higher and more beautiful form of
life. But it must not be forgotten
that tho same argument that ap
plies to man applies to the ant or
fly that buzzes its little day and
perishes. "Why not? What is a
man more than a fly, except in the
manner of avoirdupois?
, , .
A cable was received bv Sibson,
,-, i r r, . 1
Unurch & Lo. to-dav announcing
the abandonment of the ship H S.
Gregory, off Fastnct light, coast
of Ireland. The Gregory was a
wooden vessel of 2020 tons regis-
ter and comparatively new. She
sailed from Tacoma, Y. T., Sept.
15 last, for Queenstown, with 01,-;
G37 centals Walla Walla wheat, !
shipped by Sibson, Church & Co., t
of this city. The cargo was in-
sured in the Commercial Union of
London for 22.000 and was sold
three weelcs ago to go to Antwerp.
It is very probable she encount
ered heavy weather in the Atlantic, j
causing leaks which could not be '
stopped at sea. Crew all safe. '
The population of Mexico is
10,000,000, and there are 1-16 cities, j
372 towns, 4,48G villages, five mis
sions, 5,GS9 haciendas and 14.G05 1
ranches, besides 2,213 collections
or groups of houses, denominated
"congregations,' "barrios,'" "ranch
erias," etc Value of private real
estate, rural, 773,000,000; private
real estate in cities, S2,uGS,03G,
000; cattle of all kinds belonging
to individuals, Sl2G,000,000; prop
erty belonging to the nation, $240,
000,000; total real estate not in
cluding mines, coasts, ba3s, lakes,
rivers, etc., 83,549,060,000; annu
al crop of Indian corn, $212,174,
424. Total agricultural products,
177,431,080; industrial products,
The total number of men em
ployed on tho G,337 miles of rail
road in Iowa is 28,387, or an
average of fpur and a half men
per mile of road, says a statistician.
The "half men" are probably tho
remains of some poor brakeraen,
who are at times distributed along
Desmond, the notorious keeper
of the lilo saving station, says the
Coos Bay Neves, took passage on
the schooner Mose for San Fran-
cisoo. He walked down the coast
to the Coquille, which he reached
in time to get on board the Mose
as' she was getting ready to leave
The captain of a coaster who
was berated by his owners for com
ing into port several days overdue,
said that the almanacs had lied so
about the weather that he had
been obliged to lie to.
Are Yoh Kxpesecl
To malanal mfluencepi Then protect j
jour system by using Parker a Ginger
Tonic. It strengthens the kidneys and
liver to throw off malarial poisons,
and is good for general debility and
The lumbermen on Ailchuck,
says the Snohomish ye, are about
w a 1 f!sim :,t rle
outlet of Lake Ste ens, uuout .six
miles, from that city, for the pur
pose of making- ih water available
for the marketing of over 300.000,
000 feet of lumber, at st co-l o'
f - i
1 he ninth and tenth regiment
. ,,, , r , , , ,
ot Khooe Island volunteers, who
were in the service of tht govern
A. -,r.r F ..
ment in lbo. for three months,
claim that thev were
tered out, and are entitled to full
pay to date. .It will require '35,
000,000 to pay them.
At the railroad front tht train
men catch many a deer. Th-
deer get on tho clear track and
run ahead of tho train away, then
jump out into the deop snow where ,
they are easily caught, the snow :
beinij too deep for them to make
much headway in.
Spirits of turpentine are now
made from fine sawdust and refuse
from the saw mill by means of a ;
sweating process and yields 14 j
gallons ot spirits, three to fourgal- j
Ions of rosin, and a lot of tar perj
A farmer near Waco, Texas., has
raised a sweet potato which
weighs thirty-two pounds. A cit
izen of Walker county, Georgia,
responds with one so large that he
sat on one end of it while the
other end lav in the fire roasting.
. Absoftitely Pure
This powder necr rarles. A marrel
Durlty. htreuutlt and wholesomem-.. il
economical than the ord narv kinds, and '
cannot, d' sold In comp Miion'vrith the inul- J
titude of loir test, hort vclshr, alum or!
ihosjilmto powders. Sold olu in cirrw.
l(OVALlIAS.IX0 1'0VEItCO.. 1W wnll-st..
King of the Blood
Is not a '-cure all." It is a blood-purifier and
tonic Impurity of the blood poisons thesvs
tem. deranges the circulation, and thus in-
ducp-4 maiiv disorders, known liv illflTnmnf
names to distinguish them according to of- J
lects, but being reallv branrlies or phases of
that great generic disorder, Imptiritv oi j
ICIood. Such are Ditpepsla IJlUlmisnc, j
A.icer i nmpiaim, onsiipauon. j crvmu i)n
orden. Headaclic, Backache, General Weak
ness. Heart Dhscate,Dmpy. Kidney Disrate,
PiTes, Uhcumatixm, Catarrh, Samfula, Skin
Disorders, Pimples. Ulcer. Sicctlingg, &c,
It. Kinff of the Itlood prevents and
cures these by attacking the caiwe. Impurity
of the blood. Chemists and physicians agree,
In calling It "the most genuine and efficient
nrn.nmtlmi fnr f lir niinman Qnl !,- nm.
gists, 1 per bottle. See testimonials. Uirec
tlons. &c, in pamphlet, Treatise on Diease"i ,
ot the Mood," wrapped around each bottle, j
n.KAXgOM. SOX & Co.. Props
ItuflalP. X. Y.
W. E. DEMENT & CO.
ASTORIA. - - - OREGON,
Carry in Stock,
DRUGS, CHEMICALS, TOILET
Prescriptions carefully Compounded,
For Dyspepsia andLiver Complaint,
you have a printed jruaranteeon every
bottle of ShUolTs Titallier. It never
J falls to cure. Sold ij W. E. Dement.
WJ3TffSgBE5S 33W .
I A. im i p.ubu" lau m W
B . H H i J Jr -. s u! S
JOFira "' -? S3K B
?Hi(?C?(ifr2,'v,'v'1Ten r.Md Uinu-r Sct Toilet Sets. Ola,.
JS&'-AV'- Ihnnt. :tul Water Sol, liar Fixtures. Ale
SJ' .i-i!i?i in.'it.-w jr-vti.. if.iMi r:.iii.t Tum.
THE GREAT .&s
Neuralgia, Sciatica, Lumbago,
Backache, Soreness or the Chest,
mTffiriffl r jr in upjhHVRflM nat
Gout, Quinsy, Sore Throat, Swell
ings and Sprains, Burns and Hereafter all our
Scalds, General Bodily
r ,l c' p.aLn , JPure Coffees will be
Tooth, Ear ana Headache, Frosted ,
Feet and Ears, and all other j
Prim nnn ashn I
Pains and Aches.
Ko PrrpcraUoa en earth cosalt Sr. Jacou
m a safe, sure, simple uuJ cheap External
Bcmrdj. Jl trial entails Lot the cofjjursUrelr
iruung outlay or oU ifnlfi, and every aco Miner
lng with pxin can hate cheap and padtire proof
of Its claims.
Directions in EleTen fjaagssges.
A, VOGEL2R &, CO.,
Jtallitnore. 3ZJ., V. S. A
lne Sioux nave a Jaslnon ot
naming children in the order in I
which they are born So the roll
has many such names as Winona,!
Hapan, Hepi, Wimokc, Hake, etc.,
which mean first-born second-j
uumi, uiiru-uuni, lourui-tioru, uiin- j
born, and so on. !
Alaska has one of the iarirest; CT A,..,. a Ct4-,..
rivcra f the world. TIu, T.kon " 0fltS' 3 StiaW
is navigable for 1,500 miles and so.
wide aionff its lower course tiintj Lime. Brick. Cement and Sand
one bank cannot be seen from the
five mouths and h,tervenin?delia,rotfnffrw',,nffOTrf',wtoftf8B
is soventv mile?. Horses ana Carriages for Hire.
SYMPTOMS OF A DISEASED LIVER.
I'ata in the rliit side, t: inter m!kmo('
rib, lticreailu on procure ; vonietirum
tliu pain It on the left side; tlie ptuimik
rarely able to lie on the loit stli; viini:
tiniei the iHtin is tvlt under tht lxiMcr
and Is omeiimcs taken for Kheuni-uucn,
in the arm. The stomach Is affected u itli '
lois of appetite and sickness; the lx.vvH'
In general are costive, sometimes aiter-ii
natinswllh laxity; the iut h troubled -
with p tin, accompanied w ith ailull, h.-avy
senMiuon In the hack jmrt. Therein sener-
nllyn considerable loss of memory, accom-
tiatiii.d with h painful beniratlon of having
left undone vmiething which ought to,
liavc been done. A slisht, dr" cough is
sometime attendant. The patieia ami-.
)Iains of wenrinevi and debility; he i-.
easily .sUirtlol; his feet are cold or bum -
Inir, and ho complains of a prickly sense-1
tlon of the skin; his spirits are low, and. i
aitiiousii in. .ss.itisuedthatcserciitc woutd j
be bcnenciMi to htm, yet he can Mjnrcely;
umInon up ibrU'.ude enough 10 try if. :
if you have any of the above .vmptornH, t
you can certainly be cured by the use of
tho uctiutue OH. C. HcUYSLTS LIVKK
When you bny DIcXiuic' Vllls. insist I
i having DK. C. 3fcI.A'l?.S CJZLli-
ItATKU tlVUX: PILLS, made by riem-1
i; Kros., Pittsburgh, I:u
If vnn ran not ufiL tin ciiinllii DTJ. I
C. aicLANlTS I.IX1ZK 1'IL.LS. send usj
25 cents by mall, and vrc will Jetid them ;
FLEMING BROS., ritlsburgli, I'a. j
Most Complete Stock in Asteria:
JV ov elites of all Kinds
FrnimUoth Forcljrn mid lorrtl
Wines and Liquors
Of Superior Brani'.
FOSTER'S CORNER, O K &S DOCK
Scarf Pins, Chains, Watches,
Of eterj description
The finest stock of Jewelry in Astoria.
EfAll goods warranted as represented.
GUSTAV HANSEN, JEWELER.
SiiixoiTs Cube will Immediately
relieve Croup, whooping cough and
Bronchitis. Sold by W. Dement
C. II. HTICKKLS
,A.M. JOHNSON & Co.,
jiip Ctanflleri' aid Groceries
CROCKERY &. CLASS WARE.
V! so "WhMcsaio Dealers bi
'uiiit. Oil., Varni.licsf Gloss, J
Iutt3. .trtlsts Oil and ATntorj
To!or. talnt unci Knlso-
V: -Itiiwy on l::uij a full and choice stuck I
"r .iiok of 'ri-liiry nntl las I
W'arr is tho L,arcr st and most Complete j
Stock urer opened In Astoria.
,u,r 'ljen "na',- hj'"' Xc c-
t vorj-tiiiuj; suit! st i-ottest l.ivlup: itaips.
An nomination will nmre than ropay you.
i$&tf QWGlQifa i I !
put 111) Under 0U1 OWI1
L'ntos bought of
A. M. JOHNSON & CO.
N 13 All crrct(c liPirinir ruir
laM are guaranteed to be strictly
Pure and of Best quality, and
are sold by no Other House.
Woo s,elSTr..d to 0r(lert ,
:ka.ukr is t
WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS, j
F I KMT CLASS i
Wilson & Fisher,
II.J K!t I.
cni pi AMk.M nu:
!r0n - SteeL Ca! Anchors, GhainS,
tao ditou risita
l M"' " ' " "K.uif
wunri: li r wn Pfr iTVfvivi?is
' l ' Ul u tbr "AMAMUl
S 2p X 5C S S
atoll. Connor ."aiU utl ISurr.
ciinlfno.J.n,., tj-i,. j nri
otieli Hardware, Paints and Oils
Rubber and Hemp Packing of all Kinds.
FI.OUK ,1SD milT. FKBD.
Agents fe: Snlem PIouriii 1
" ,., im.,..,.,,.,,,, .,,, Tr
'nir t,lH'iiaiiiii- .tml Hi
If AGiT D"8 G. ( 'R0SBT,
JHAEDW AEE, IRON, STEEL,
i iron rroe ano r uinas.
I r? j f--n
PLTJMimnS AKD STEAM MITERS
Goods and Tools,
SHEET LEAD STRIP ILEAD
SHEET IROH TIN-AKMOPPER,
Cannery anfl Flsliermens Snpplie
Stoves, Tin Ware and House
JOBBING IN SHEET IRON, TIN, COP
PER PLUMBING and STEAM FITTING
Done with t eatnsss and dispatch.
Xonc but first class workmen employed.
A lurce assortment oJ
CftBitmtly oa b&ad
V M. .! U3HO.
r. w. CASE,
FJiOM 9 O'CLOCK A. M. UNTIL
O'CLOCK P. if.
Bole Mutual taraice Co.,!
.1. K. HOL'OHTOX
CHAd. K. STOKr.
Iko. f Stoi:v.
,.A:ent for O-jjikj
Cvpltal p.Ud hi la U. .s. goldi
coiu $ 300 aw W)
I. IT. CASE, Aseut.
Cheuhniits street. Astoria, Oreiin.
LIVERPOOL AND LOON AND
NOKT1I BKITISH AND MERCAN
TILE OF LONDON AND
OLD CONNECTICUT OF HART
COMMERCIAL OF CALIFORNIA
FIRE INSURANCE COMPANIES
"Ropresenttnc a capital of SO7.00O.0OO.
A. VAN DUSKN'. Aeent.
This elegant dressing
is preicrrctl by thee
vhouav-e used ir, to any
istmlhtr article, oa ac-
ccun: of is superior
rclcanllncs and purity.
It contains materials
only that are beneficial
." the scalp aad hair
Restores the Youthful Color to Grey or Faded Hair
Parker's Hair Balsam finely perfumed and is
warranted to prevent falling ct the hair and to re
move dandrufTanditchinj;. Hiscox & Co . N.Y.
W. asd $1 Cttt, it !elrj la drrji aj nrlidaM.
ft Superlative Health and Strength Restorer.
If yan sre a mechanic or fanner, worn out with
cverwoifc. or a mother run daw n by family or house
held duties try Faiu:cu'sGisG!j.i To:c.
I f you arc a lawyer .ninmer or busbesi man ex
Iiauted by mental strain oraiuiouv care, do not tnVa
iatoxxaUngstimulantr.bittuse Parker's CiingerToni
If vou have Ccnsnmption, Dyspepsia, Kheuma
m, rvidney Complaints oranydUorderofthetuags,
rtomach.liowcb, blood or nerres.pARKKK's Ginger
Tornc wi'.I cure you. 1 1 is the Greatest Blood Purifier
And the Oest and Surest Cough Cure Ever Used.
If you are waiting away from ag-, dissipation or
snv- ciivriie or wellness and reature a stimubr t tales
G;".-.i c '1 ewe it once ; it will invisorats andbuild
wi up r-ni the first doss but will r.ever intoxicate.
It hr.-. acJ hundreds of Eves; it may save cun.
CXVIOJC Rffo-llntUitnU.rMSr,iC:ctrTwaJel1 j
csstfwH i & t-rwl rrtncdnl s;cU In iht wotli J a catlrtly :
ti tn rTjr:ioot oipcttra:if. SfaaKrcrevutto I
..:. . Kc.&tltizti,it43ltuladrttii.
".TSAVtXO ECYIVC DOLUIt SIZlw
r i -d Uun; fraprance ha nuds tins
dff' .htf ul j-rfume cscceditiKly popular. There
Coieumandlool: for sisnarure ct
ry IctU. Any tir-rtlit or itltr la wtltaurr
r itiT q.
S IS" 5 I.VTIN.S tic SIZE.
Xotlen of Application to Pnrehase
US. LAND OFFICFATOREQOXCITY.
Orecon, Januan" 10. l?$J.
Notice is hereby pien that John n. Col
provisions or the Art of Congress approved
June 3, 137S, entitled "An Act for the sale of
Timber l.ands In the States of California
Oregon. Nevada, and In Washington Ter
rltorv." All adverse claims to said tract miut be
filed In the L. S. Land ofllee at Oregon Cltv.
Oregon, before the expiration of sixty days
from this dale.
Given under my hand this 19th day of Jan
uary. 1833. L.T.BARIX.
Xoticc or Application to ParrhaHe
LAND OFFICE AT VANCOUVER, Vf.T.,
January 9th, 1SS3.
Notice Is hereDy given that In compliance
with the provisions of the act of Congress,
approved June 3. 1873, entitled "An act for
the sale ot Timber Lands in the States of
California. Oregon, Nevada, and in Wah
lntjton Territory, William I. Smith, of Pa
cific county, "Wash. Ter., has this day filed
In this ofllco his application to purchase the
S i of "N Eaud N H of S E Ji or Sec. 31. T.
lo. N of K aw, of tho Willamette Meridian.
Testimony In the above case will be taken
before the Clerk or the District Court at
O stervlile, Wash, Ten, on Saturday March
Any and all penons having adverse claims
to the above described lands or anv portion
thercot are hereby required to Die their
claims in this office within sixty (60) days
from date hereof.
FEED. W. SPARLING.
We wlllpay the above reward for any ease
of Liver Complaint. Dyspepsia. SIclr Head
ache, Indigestion, Constipation or Costlve
ness we cannot cure with West's Vegetable
Liver rills, when the directions are strictly
compiled with. They are purely Vegetable,
and never fall to give satisfaction. Sugar
coated. Large boxes, containing 30 Pills, 23
cents. Forsale by all Druggists. Beware of
counterfeits and imitations. The genuine
manufactured only byJouuC. Wrerr&Co.
"The Pill .Maker' 181 and 183 W.Madison
St, Chicago. Free trial package sent by
mall prepaid on receipt of a 3 cent stamp,
W E. Demant. sot,
ass; &?? vr va
Doors, Windows, Blinds, Transoms, Lumber.
All kinds ot
OAK LUMBER, J
Boat Material, Etc.
Wmti i Bn
v i-v:rK tr-c-j
j Boats of all Zinds Made to Order.
eyOrders from r distance promptly attended
ASTOKIA. - OREGON.
The Pioneer Machine Shop
PrompUy attended ta.
Asyoctalty made of repslrh
FOOT OF LAFAYETTE STESBT.
ASTORIA IRON WORKS.
BSKTOK STBKTT, NKA& PATtXKR HOOSR,
ASTORIA. - OREGON.
GENERAL MACHINISTS AND
Boiler Work, Steamboat Work,
and Cannery Work a specialty.
Of all Descriptions Bade to Order
nt Short Xotlcc.
A. D. WAS8, President.
J. G. Hustler, Secretary.
I. YT. Cask, Treasurer.
Jonx Pox, Superintendent
ASTOP.IA, - OREGON.
Cigars, Tobacco and Cigarettes
Meerschaum and Brier Pipes,
Stationery and Optical Goods,
Joseph Rodgers and Wostenholm
GENUINE ENGLISH CUTLERY
Revolvers and Cartridges.
WAI.THA9I AWD EI.GIIV
Gold and. Silver Watches and Chains.
Fine and Coarse Liverpool
Tin LMate.iltoekTIn, Caastle Soda,
Far sale ex Warehouse at Portland
or Astoria by
BALFOUR, GVTHRIE A CO.
dtf Portland, Or.
No. 40 12-Ply
COM Ml LEAD LIKES,
A Full Stock Now on Hand.
HENRY DOYLE & CO.,
511 Market Street. 8&h Francisco
Sole Agrats for tiw Paciflc Coast.
to, and satisfaction guaranteed hi all cases.
P C. JIOIiK5.'.
AUCTIONEER, COMMISSION ANI IN-
Q.E1.0 F. iAJRKJiK.
Clatsop County, ami City of Astoria
Office t-Chenamus street. Y. 31. C. A. hall
Attorney at Lar.
OFFICC AT i?T. HELENS, OKEGON.
Will attend terms of Court at Astoria,
Tj J. WISTOS,
Attorney and Counselor at Law.
aarOffice in rythlan Luildlng. Uoomsll,l2.
ASTORIA, ... - OKEGON.
TAY TUTTItJi, 32. 1.
PHYSICIAN AND SUltGEON,
Office Itooms l, 2, and 8 Pythian Build
ing. KE3IDF.XCE Over J. E. Thomas' Drug
TCT P. 1IICKH,
Itooms in Allen's building up arau. corter
of Cass and Sqcmocqhe streets.
Q. A. BOWLEY.
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Chonamus Street. - ASTOKIA. OItK(:r
Piano Lessons With Use of Piano.
MES. J. W. SUDBOCK.
Terms modcnite. Orders mav be left at
Adler's book store.
G. A. STINSON & CO
At Capt. Kogers old stand, corner of Caw
and Court Streets.
Ship and Cannery work. Ilorsesuoelng.
Wagons made and repaired. Good work
M. WERTHEiMER & BR0.
MANUFACTURERS OF FINF.
Havana and Domestic Cigars
No. 518 .Front St. San Trancisco
I. W. CASE,
IMPORTER AND WHOLES ALB AND RE
TAIL DEALER' IN
Corner Chenamus aud Cass streets.
ASTORIA - - - OREGON
I offer for sale my ranch near Skipa
non in this County; it consist; of
Eighty Acres isaprored, witk
good dwelling House;
Two Barns, Out Houses, etc.;
A Fin OrcliarU.
Everything is vell improved and In
good condition. A large assortment ot
Three I'asscuRer Coaches.
!Vin 5Ien! 2Iorjnv.
Cattle, Slogs, Etc.
Tins affords a ran chance for a man to
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Terms favorable to one meaning busi
ness. C.,A. 3IAGUIKE.