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THUXSDAT JUNE 28, 1883
H ITwkteff Class."
The Century for July has an
article oa relaxations and amuse
ments Kirioh aptly illustrates the
growing spirit of caste in this
country. Tke article refers to
utJe working classes" in a way
wikli aAsairen of this coast
soends faany. Scattered all
throwgh the article, which is a well
written one, are direct references
to ifeft working class." To an
Attacks, & term "working class"
ka ot the same meaning that is
girQ tie phrae in the New York
die of tle Century. Class dis
tinction on the Atlantic coast is
yearly making itself more appar
ent, and it is amusing to observe
the attitude taken toward what
oe oT our eastern contempora
ries are pleased to style "tha
working class." To people of elo
gaat leisure, to the degenerate de
fcoeadaats of a first generation'of
"working classes" who amassed
the substance that dudes enjoy, it
o deitbt affords amusement and
relaxation to languidly discuss
"the Tracking "class," but to the
earnest, go-ahead workers, the
sen and women who make the
country's wealth, and build up
communal as well as individual
prosperity, any discussion of "the
working class" as a set of pariahs
sees injudicious. Take "the
working class" out of American
"society" and-what is left?
Ik a recent review of "Webster's
work high praise coupled with ex
act justice is accorded the great
leader where is said: "Webstcr
stands to-day as the pre-eminent
champion and exponent of nation
ality. He said once, lThere are no
Alleghanies in my politics," and
he spots the exact truth.
He did not invent the Union or
discover the doctrine of national
ity, but he found the great fact
and the great principle ready to
his hand, and he lifted them up
and preached the gospel of
mationality throughout the length
and breadth of the land. In his
fidelity to this cause he nevjr
wavered or faltered.
His words passed into text-books
' "flflliP10 ne first exclamations
f phoolboys. They were in
every one's mouth. They sank
into the hearts of the people and
became unconsciously a part of
their life and daily thoughts.
When the hour came it was love
forthfe Union and the sentiment
of nationality which nerved the
arm of the uorth and sustained her
courage. That love had been
fostered, that sentiment had been
strengthened and vivified by the
words of "Webster. No one had
uuuo ao iuucu or naa so laroe a
share in this momentous task.
Here is the'debt which the Ameri
can people owe lo "Webster, and
here is his meaning and importance
i his own time and to us to-day."
Evxrt pulsation of the tele
graph sends intelligence of the
railroad's progress, and the days
saay now be counted till that im
portant hour when the first through
train frona the far-off Atlantic will
roll westward over the line of the
N.P.Rlfc To Astoria the sub
ject is an important one. The
completion of the railroad will
alter our relations to the world at
large and the true completion of
the roa when a passenger can
board the train at New York and
step fro it.at Astoria, will place
oar city in its proper sphere. Per
haps it is just as well that day is
lo be Wsycd, a little. Astoria is
not quite ready for its exaltation.
Bosrox is to held a great expo
sitioe tkkjrear. In foreign lands
tfce proposal has raised interest.
In Berlin a committee of dis
tiBgttiefced men, headed by the
Dttkeef Hatibor, is making sure
teat Gerwaay shall be well repre
seated. In Yokohama the only
aaxiety is ieet there should be in
swfteteet time to send on a good
eeUeetiott of Japan products. The
attraetioa that thts fair has for for
caea tries k to be accounted
for by tiw Sect that it is to consist
fere .goods. The idea is :
aeret e, d promise to be sue
etefaWj eerried out
Irr Turn deed aad thirty-nine
iff the amotmt that the
Oeerl Pek R. R. Co., charges
me emiyeae a eariead olvoranees
A Cleveland, Ohio, special
says: "At noon,on Superior street,
to-day, with the street full of peo
ple, a man stepped up to a citizen
and said, 'I want your watch,' and
grabbed for it, but only succeeded
in breaking the chain. He then
walked cooly away. Tho affair
was conducted so nonchalantly
that few persons noticed it. The
citizen pointed the man out to an
officer, who arrested him. The
fellow gave his name as John
Black and said he came from Lon
don ten days ago, where he had
spent seven years in prison for
robbery, and was sent here by the
St Pllorlnr PtiMCtio r pnniatit T-Ta
-iv. N.sucilo viii labial. f3Wll&k jr . 4-41
said: 'Well, you see I had to be
sent from Portsmouth pris
on to London to be dis
charged. I was taken in hand at
once by the society and told if
I joined the society I would be
allowed C for good conduct in
stead of 3. I was on ticket-of-leave
for eighteen months after I
left prison and under police sur
veillance for five years, and when
the society wated to ship me to
this country of course T came at
once.' 'Did any other ex-convicts
corne with you?' 'Yes; four
of my -mates.' lA great many
men are sent to this country in
the same way, are they not?' A
good many. You see they don't
like to leave the old country, but
they are allowed more money by
tho government if they do, and
secure full passage from the Chris
tian societies. This is some little
inducement, but nothing in com
parison to getting rid of their ticket
of-leave and avoiding the police.'
The man was bound over.
A Washington special says:
General Sherman is a Yery un
happy man now. An army officer
who knows him well, declares he
is not what he seems in his bluff,
hearty interviews. In the first
place he greatly hates to give up
his position at the head of the
army. It has been his sole occu
pation against melancholy and
bitter domestic disappointment.
His is the very life of cer
tain "Washington circles. Ho has
always been a hero at every social
festivity, all over the country. It
is true that he is tired of Wash
ington and that he is anxious to
go to St. Louis. Soldo ir like, he
put a good face on the matter, but
this bluffness does not conceal
from his friends the deep seated
chargrin that preys upon him.
An account is given in
journals of the performance of a
locomotive on the Great Northern
railroad, which carried the Duke
of Edinburgh from Lees to Lon
don, 186J miles, in three hours, or
at the rate of sixty-two miles per
hour. This .speed has frequently
been equalled, and sometimes
passed for short distances, but is
remarkable as the average rate for
so long a journey. Tne engine
had driving wheels eight fyet in
diameter, or two feet larger than
the wheels of American engines.
To accomplish the trip in the
given time, the wheel must have
made 219 revolutions per minute,
or more than '39,000 in three
General George Crook is
about fifty-three years of age, but
he looks little more than forty.
He is about five feet ten inches
high, wiry as a greyhound and can
outride and outmarch any man in
the American army. It is a his
torical fact that he lived for three
days on no other nourishment
than tree bark during one of his
campaigns against the Indians.
He has a fair complexion, his hair
is straight and cut short, and he
has a large bushy beard, which
divides naturally in the center.
"Where the next National
Democratic convention shall be
held seems to be the leadinsr
question now. Those who claim
to be posted say at Chicago, and
that Tilden and Hendricks will be
nominated. Wonder if Wade
Hampton will make a speech
pledging divers and sundry things!
Seven hundred thousand acres
of the best lands in India are de
voted to the culth'ation of the pop
py. Five thousand pounds of the
opium produced is sold in China.
John Bkikiit advocates a redis
tribution of seats in the British
House of Commons, an extension
of the franchise and increased free
dom of trade.
Political prophets are begin
ning to announce the advent of a
third party. There is plenty of
The Chicago and Northwestern
railway proposes to make the run
between Council Bluffs and Chi
cago in fifteen and a half hours,
provided it meets with the views
of the Union Pacific and eastern
connections. This will decrease
the time between New York and
San Francisco twenty-four hours.
With the reduction in the sched
ule to go into effect July 1 an im
portant reduction in time is made
for third-class passengers over
transcontinental roads. The time
between New York and San Fran
cisco is now seven and a half days,
instead of eleven and a half, as before.
The new Steamer
-A.. 13. FXIKIXjID.
BABBAGK, - . - - - Master.
"Will sail on her regular trip, for
OXTCESDAY.JULY 10th. !S.
FOR SAILING DATES AND PARTICC
lars apply to J. G. HUSTLER. .Main
street Wharf, Asteria: ALLEN & LEWIS.
Portland ; J. L. STORY. Tillamook.
ILWACOSTEAM NAVIGATION CO'S
REGULAR PACKET LINE
FOR GRAY'S HARBOR.
Will leaeG raj's dock
FOR GRAY'S HARBOR
OX TUESDAY, JUIjY 3. 1883.
J. IL D. GRAY, Agent I. .s. X. Co.
ASTORIA TO TILLAMOOK!
Str. &EN. MILES
Leaes Astoria for Tillamook, direct, after
the arrival of the steamer "Wide West,"
OX SATURDAY, JUXE 30, 1XS3.
Returning, leaves Garibaldi at c .. m.,
Monday, Julv 2d, connecting with Wide
West for Portland,
Fare, for the Hound Trip, S7.50.
J. H. D, GRAY, Agent.
"N THURSDAY MORNING. OUTSIDE
V the bar. about 300 fathoms net 43-12 Har
bour s twine; left-hand lines ; corks marked
C L F V Co.; leads marked A FFI'Co.
Finder will !ca e information at Fishermen's
Pk. Co. 2C-lwk
ON THE NIGHT OF THE 23D JUNE. AT
or near the Barel Beacon, about 100 fath
oms net. Barbour's 40-12 twine, 45 mesii,
some of the corks marked F G, and F P Co.
leads marked F P Co. The finder will be
suitably rewarded by applying to the
26-3t FISHERMEN'S PACKING CO.
ON THE MORNING OF THE 23TH OF
June, at tho Republic, about 200 fath
om. 45 mesh net. Corks branded N P I, and
C T & Co.. 1 wooden buov marked W S P Co.
Finder will please return to "White Star
i-acKinz uo. ana oe suiraDiy rewarded.
2C-3C WHITE STAR PACKING CO.
OK THENIGirr OF TOE 23rtD, IN SOUTH
Chaunel, 150 fathoms 45-12 new net,
corks marked N R leads marked F P Co.
Finder will pleasebrlns it to the Fishennens
Packing Co. 2M5t
"N THE NIGHT OF JUNE.2ITH. ABOUT
r loo fathoms 40. 12 ply Barbour's twine,
44 mesh deep, corks marked B D& Co.. leads
T & K. Finder will please notlfv Thomas &
Know Ies and be rewarded. Lost at head ol
Sand Island. E. D. MARVIN.
20-3t perC.T. Thomes.
A LDERBUOOK PROPERTY FOR SALF.
CUAS. n. WILLIAMSON & CO.
Rooms to Let
-DOOMS SUITABLE FOR LIGHT HOOSH-
XV keeping, furnished or unfurnished, or
uaiit; , irvilia .It JliW JL ! AA4XJLLJL O. Ilill
A FIVE ACRE BLOCK IN HUSTLEK
xjl a AiKeirs addition.
CHAS. U. WILLIAMSON & CO.
GenevicvjB M. rear of Hawes'Tin Store.
ASTORIA STEAM LAUNDRY
Is now ready for business.
Is most respectfully solicited.
ALL WORK DONE IN A SATISFAC
tory manner at living rates.
All reasonable repairs made free of charge.
Garments of all kinds will be repaired
ui iair prices, 11 so requested,
THERE WILL BE A TEACHERS' TUB
lic Examination in the Superintendents.
.....v., vruun, ma uuiUIIW UlUrUU, 11)111-
menctng at 9 o'clock, Friday, and Saturday.
June 29, and 30, 1SS3..
arMPTOMS OF A
Iks of Appetite. Bowels costive,
P&ia in the Head, with, a dttll sen
sation in the back part, Pain under
the Shoulder blade, raQ&eM after
eauzi, witn a axsincunauon to ex-
Weariness, IMzzinee, Plutterinff at
the heart. Dots before th a tms. "fol
low Skin, Headache generally over
toe ri?ht eye, Sestlessne&s, with fit
ful dream, luthly colored Urine,
TUT TVS FILXS are evpect&U
iiuiBica is hcjs. cueii n asm -r
J ects rach a eluuace ex feelias uta
asteaisfe. the saflTerer
Tfiejr increase taeAi
t&e body to Take smF.
wtit, aad cassa
lata, thus tho tyt-
tern U aearlshed, and by their Tonic
alar Steels are prodaced. rrlceaceuu.
TUTTS HAIR DYE,
Grit Rub oa "Whbezxs caaase to a Glosst
Bucx by astasia application ottatsDrz. it
Imparts aaataral color. AcUlnrtaataaeoHs
T. Sold by Drssslrts, or seat by express oa
OFFICE, SB XTJBBAY ST., H Y.
Is.hu a mm t bmsX rats n fei.. J
OCCIDENTAL HALL. !
Two Nights Only !
THURSDAY AND FRIDAY,
June 28th and 29th.
A GRE.VT DRAMATIC EVENT !
Engagement of tho
Greatctft Living; Tragedienne
Supported by her own powerful company.
MB, (JEO. D. CHAPLIN, and
MR. A LEX. A STUART.
When will be printed
THURSDAY, JVXE 2S.
Schiller's HUtorlcal Masterpiece in 5 act.
FRIDAY. 3JI3E 29.
The beautiful emotional'dnuaa in l act;,
MOTHER AND SON.
Seats can be leserved at the New York
Novelty More, on and aftr Friday. June
Under tho management of Mr. Nath. ChiliL?.
Business Agent, - Mr. L. A. Morgcnstem.
CARL ADLER'S EMPORIUM.
GRAND DISPJ.AY OF
Muslin Plags !
Bunting Flags !
Silk Plags !
Flags of every Shape. Size. Style
and Price, at
Of the best make and guaranteed
Colt's Celebrated Double Action
Revolvers, 38. and 4-1 calibre.
A. G. SPEXARTH
Importer, and Dealer in
ALL KINDS OF FIREARMS,
Boot and Shoe Storej
FINEST AND LARGEST STOCK OF
Boots AND JSIDlOOS
Ecrl)rouiht to .Utoria. Is oj)ened to the
Public In Brown's New IJuIldlng,
Next to City Boel: Store
Come and see Latest St les.
I. J. ARVOLD.
FOR LIVERPOOL DIRECT!
British Iron Uarque
"B.YEVALE," 100 Al.
THIS FINE VESSELIIAViNG HER CAB
co fully encaced will hae QUICK
DESPATCH, and will be followed by the
British Iron Barqnr
"ULL0CK," 100 Al.
SALMON In cases will be taken In lots to
suit shippers, at reasonable rates.
For rates of Freight and Insurance
Apply to MEYER. WILSON & CO.,
or to SI BSON. CII UKCH & CO..
tf Portland. Oregon.
Plumbing and Gas Fitting.
Pliynbers, Gas, and Steam Fitters.
Jonbins Promptly Attended to.
A Full Supply or
GAS FIXTURES, COCKS. STE.YM FIT
TINGS, ETC., ALWAYS ON HAND.
Cannery, and Steamboat Work
Cbenanm street, opposite Dement' Dnix
Store, Astoria, Oregon.
BUSINESS LOTS ON inE ROADWAY
(Squemoqua St.), and some of the most
eligible residence property In the city. We
hare also lots for sale In the cltv and In
all the additions at reasonable prices : also a
farm of 45 acres, three miles from St. Hel
ens : a town lot in St. Helens, and a farm on
the Columbia near John Day's river.
CHAS. H. WILLIAMSON & CO.
Saloon for Sale.
THE NEW CORNER SALOON. GOOD
location and cood business: 2 years
lease. CHAS, H. WILLIAMSON & CO,
DO YOU WANT TO BUY A nOME
rent a building or sell any property?
If so apply to
CHAS. H, WILLIAMSON A CO.
x. w. cb.se.
ASTORIA, - - - OREGON
FllOll 9 O'CLOCK A. Til. UNTIL 3
O'CLOCK P. M.
Hone EH MWiWi Co.,
J. F. IlOCOBTOy ...
CHA3. K. STORY.....
Oko. L. Stouv
,. . .rtcstileut
.Accnt for 0on
Capital paid up m U. s. sMj
coin .. ............... StJft ft) iv
t. W. CASK. AgMDl.
Cheaamusstrcot. Astoria. tHi-?o!i
$67,000,000 CAPITAL. ;
L1VEBPOOL AND LOON AND
NORTH BRITISH AND UKUCAN-i
TILE OF LONDON AND j
' EDINBURGH. j
?IPE INSURANCE COir?ANIJ ,
P.orro.entiaz a capital of Stf 7,000,000,,
PRIOR TO STGCK TAKING.
We offer SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS
in our line of
Dress Goods, Silks. Velvets,
Cashmeres and Arnnires.
A FINE ASSOU1MCNT OK
"Stock Complete in Every Branch.
J. H. D. GRAY,
Wholesale and retail U!cr in
GROCERIES, FLOUR, AND FEED,
Hay, Gats, Straw, Wood, Etc.
LIME, SAND, AND CEMENT.
General storage and Wharfage on reison
dble terms. loot of Bee ton street. Astoria
Wilson & FisHee,
lrony Steel, Coal, Anchors, Chains,
TAR, PITCH, OAKUfift,
WROUGHT AND CUT GALVANIZED
IValls. Copper IVnils ami 25:irrs,
Shelf Eard ware, Paints and Oils
Rubber and Hemp Packing of all Kinds.
FI.OUK A.HT) MIT.T, rKFJ.
Agents for Salem Flouring Mills.
Corner Chenamus and Hamilton S'.r.-i' s
LOEB & CO.,
AGENTS FOR THE
Best San Francisco Houses and
Tumblers Decanters, and All
Klnbs of Saloon Supplies.
By-All goods sold at San Francisco Prices.
Opposite Parker House, Astoria. Oregon.
Ice Delivered to Order.
IS PREPARED TO DELIVER THE BEST
quality of Ice at 2& cents per pound, in
quantities from ten pounds up, to Hotels,
Saloons. Restaurants, or Families, lenIn
their orders with him. Large quantities of
Ice constantly on haud. tf
Ice Cream Fresh KveryBay.
RUDDOCK & LEVAKE.
C2aj and Stc&in Fitters.
nave constantly on hand a general assort
ment of goods In our line. Jobbing prompt
ly attended to. Estimates given.
N. B. We guarantee our work.
Shop next door to Gas Co' office.
k sL Mu MlA $
&MD CLEARANCE SALE!'
to sink room for more
Hardware ait Sldp 'fianfllerr
A. VAN DUSEil & GO.
A II! soil ht cost their enilm stock of '
HATS AND CAPS! !
BOOTS AND 8H08f
These good must be disposed of as we sire
soo-n lo lecHe another hirgtiot oi
Hardware and Ship Chandlery j
Aud iiii;-t haY vomii to store it
-f I Oi-.1!l.
Wilmerdinrj &. Co., San Francisco.
Loeb & Go., Agents, Astoria.
Drugs and Chemicals
Tr.", T Ti mTTfVTITlfi g
A - -
Prescriptions refully compounded
Day or Night.
ITnion India Eubber Go's
lure Para Gum
BEWAItE OF IMITATIOys !
Be sure the Boots are stamped CRACK
PROOF on the heels, and have the PURE
GUM SPRINGS on the foe: and Instep,
which prevent their crackinjr or breaking.
We are now making them with RUItltEli
AXD ASBESTOS Soles which will make
them last more than twice as long as any
Rubber boots made.
FOR SALE BY ALL DEALERS.
ALL KINDS RUBBER BELTING. PACK
ING, HOSE. SPRINGS. CLOTHING,
BOOTS AND SHOES. Etc.
COODYEAR RUBBER CG.
R. H. PHAhK. Jr. i Agents.
S.M.RUNYON. f S.m Francisco.
SASH AND DOOR FACTORY.
AND PLACING MILL.
A full stof k of home manufactured goods
constantly on hand.
Special Attention given to Orders.
All work guaranteed. Your patronage so
licited. ASTORIA. - Oregon.
THE LATEST STYLES
B. B. FRANKLS,
NEXT DOOR TO ASTORIAN OFFICE.
A Yery large Stock from which to select.
Window curtains made to order.
tTMy patent Trimmer to cut Wall Paper
will be lound convenient to my patrons.
Figures fcerli !
0P THE CHOP H0TTSE
Can pro e by his books that he is doing the
biggest business of any
In the city, and he will guarantee lo she
the best meal for cash.
Dealer in --
Cigars, Tobccco and Cigarettes
Meerschaum and Brier Pipes,
GENUINE ENGLISH CUTLERY
Revolvers and Cartridges.
ERMANIA BEER HALL
BOTTLE BEER DEPOT.
CiKiurs Street. Astoeu,
The Best of Lager o Cta. a Gifts
Orders for the
CelraM ColiiMa Brewery
Left at this place will be promptly attend
E5""No cheap San Francisco Ceersold at
WM. BOCK. Proprietor.
i:v " i i
ic J I l--n "V tl'
ifjr-cjnty - -'-r'- " ' I
OF THE CALIFORNIA STORE'S
ia- jj -
CarneKs Hair REDUCED from
Cashmere " " "
Cashmere Sold Formerly
Ladies Cloth "
750 bones Corsets REDUCED
Our $2.50 Corset REDUCED
$2. Kid Gloves in dark and Opera
shades REDUCED to
Next to Geo. Hume's Grocery Store.
. St, MATTHEW'S HALL,
SAX ."WATr.O. - ... CALIFORNIA.
Cut-Meal Sehool uniJer Military Discipline.
The Next Term Commences Thursday, July 19, 1883
For catalogue or Information, addraas
Kv. ALFitKI) LKP. BREWER, 31. A..
!OITY BOOK STORE.
h:m t-Uay finishoil opening and putting in order the
UoiiIit in San Krancifco ly B. F. STEVEN'S.
'. ! MOFr IT w ill Le found behind tne counter. His long established repu
latum as a good and reliable salesman is all that need be said.
You V.'HI Find Prices Lower than the Lowest.
B. F. STEVENS & CO.
TER :inl to the Captain, or to
lLTCF-SSOR TO JACK
ajj i . niiia
PLUMBING, GAS FITTING, AND CANNERY WQRtr
Attended to Promptly on Reasonable Terms.
CIIKAASirft STRESr. A'ext to C. Jj. Parker's Store.
THE NEW MODEL
A TJTLL STOCK AIiTVAYS 02I HAND.
IS. Si- TT A '77'3E3S,
Tyo doors ejtst of Occident Hotel. ASTORIA, OREGON.
FUB.NITURE S5 BEDDING
AJfD DEAXER IN
Oat pets, Oil Cloth,
Window Shades. Lace Curtains. Picture-Frames and Mouldings
W3NDCTW CORNICES AND CURTAIN POLES
Complete In every branch.
FURNITUKE Ss BEDDING.
Corner lain ami 3iiuemoiua Streets. Astoria, Orezen.
WINDOW SHADES AND TRIMMINGS; WALL PAPER ETC
A Complete Mock.
PRICES AS CHEAP AS QUALITY WILL AFFORD.
AJ,I, KITDS OF FURNITUTCE REPAIRFJD AKI TARKISHF.D.
Scarf Pins, Chains, Watches,
Of every description.
The finest stock of Jewelry In Astoria.
S?All good3 vrarrantedasrepresented
GUSTAV HANSEN, JEWELER.
$1.00 to 50c
1.75 " 1.10
. to 2.10
lioi&k of Goods
- CLARA PARKER
Eben P. Parker, Master.,
For TOWING, FREIGHT orCHAR
II. IS. PARKER.
INS & MONTGOMERY.)
I in Shoot Iron nnn I nnnor Waro
"- pi'- -
a ftoi.pml Assnrtmpntr nf
Magee Stoves and Kanges
The Best in the market.
Piumblng goods of all kinds on hand. Job
work done in a workmanlike manner.
RANGE CAX BE HAD IN AS
TORIA ONLY OF
& M. BAWE8,
CALL AND EXAMINE IT, OU
nLL BE PLEASED.
E. R. HAWES Is also agent for the
ML patent Cooliif Stoye
And other flrst-class stores.
Furnace "Work. Steam Tit-
tinCs. otc, a specialty
Wall Paper, Mirrors,
Most Complete Stock in Astoria
Novelties of all Kinds
Fmits Both Foreign and Domestic
Wines and Liquors
Of Superior Brand.
J FOSTER'S CORNER, 0 R &ND0CX
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