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About The Daily Astorian. (Astoria, Or.) 1876-1883 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 18, 1883)
TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 18, 18S3
First cousins to this kiud of ego
tists, are those who are always on
a moderate retreat from responsi
bility. The pica of inability often
covers a greal deal of pride. There
is such a thing as being egotisti-
Thc average man is fur more in- ca n a Jowlv way. fn all places
terestod in people, than in things, there are egotists who get credit
Therefore, the peional pronoun for the opposite. Thev are not
is the one most interesting to de- fitted for this and the' cannot do
cline. Even poor grammarians that, so they retire from work un-
cau run it through its cases and der the plea of incapacity. They
numbers. It is rather surprising think too much about themselves,
to see how interesting we are, to even though they arc thinking
ourselves. "We may be stupid to how good for nothing they are.
all the world beside; but nature They lay undue stress on
has kindly arranged that every their humility. It does not
man shall be secure of a little ad- look well to emphasize the
mutton sells from 17 to 21 cents
a pound. In Australia the sheep
are killed for their skins and the
carcasses thrown away. Even at
8 cents a pound there is a big
profit in shipping the mutton to
London. The artificial ice in
which it is packed is so cheap that
it is said there is little risk in the
IBS IOOClS xT
;ocus,Tea, ince.anu uu.
Also Asrcnt for China Labor.
LUM KONG (J EH,
seplT liu Partners.
LUMBER I "
I LATH AND SHINGLES,
rnPV SCANDINAVIAN PKG
X Co. Cannery stock. Also two fishing
boats with Rear complete, together with lot
old web. C.W STONE.
fVUONGYEE GEE HAVING GONE TO
miration: he thinks well of him- smallness of the personal pronoun. Kvati. who will continue the business under
A i -j-:: : - , . t , t...i :1 the same sign. He his all kinds of China
sell. CiXpresseu auiiuruiiuu ii is uetter io oe so ausoruuu iu
necessary to many people. But some great energy as to thiuk
to do it ourself is an awkward and about fitness or unfitness for doing
unblushing thing. Hence, the it. Such people, absorbing them
value of a mutual admiration so- selves enthusiastically in their du
ciety. It secures flattery and ob- ty, sometimes get the criticism of
viates the necessity of doing it being egotistical. As well call
ourself. Sometimes the circle of Napoleon's Old Guard egotislical In Quantities to suit at Short Notice
this egotism insurance company is in the passion and assertion of the
very small. Sometimes it consists last charge at "Waterloo. Men
of only one family; and that per- need not be concerned about tak
haps a family where there are no ;Ug care of their reputations. That
children, and the husband extols might look out for itself. It is
the wife and the wife the husband, small souls that posture and take
There is an advantage in having care of their shadow; great souls
the circle small. They can work drive on and let the shadows take
moro directly when two people care of themselves. Uncalculating
exhaust upon and for each other self-reliance is a condition of suq
the vocabulary of complimentary ccss. So tho soldier does, when
phrases. Sometimes the society is n0 measuring of chances he
roduced to one member; the man throws himself upon the guns,
who is always on dress-parade, Chesterfield says we are always
who postures and walks and talks at a disadvantage when wo are jqj LONDON BISECT!!
for the one sole purpose of mak- talking about self. But it is a
ing his greatness known. That is n0Dle thing to claim our work and
the egotist, the man who is always insjst upon it. We may push
taking his hat off to his shadow, ourselves as we will, so only we
Dr. Holmes tells of an old fanner push our work ahead of us.
walking over his acres and saying
fwu r. i;;w Pertinent Questions
With great compliance he ans
Ladies desirous of procuring Goods
Tineotiiaie& in Style and Finish will
take pleasure in examining onr
SILKS, SATINS and BEESS GOODS
GENTS' FURBISHING- BEPAETffiENT,
Everything ia Complete
and of the "best.
FRANK L, PABSm
Fresh Fruits Vegetables
CITY BO 01
STONE & DAVIDSON.
tf Opp. Parker House.
FOE, GBAY'S HAHBOE."
Str. m. MILES
Leaves Astoria for Gray's Harlwr, on
TUESDAY, SKIT. 18. 18S3.
At C o'clock A. 3f.,
Atl will leave Aatoria for TI LLAMOOK, on
TUKSDAY.SErr. tioth. lft3.
At C o'clock A. 31.
Keturning, will leave Garibaldi at 1 r. m.
For particulars imm'.re of CLAUDE THA
YER. Tillamook, Cant. Whltnomfo. on board,
We have to-day finished opening and putting in order the
Sf & Off lis
Bought in San Francisco by C F. STEYENS.
C. r. M OF FIT will be .found behind the counter. His long established repu
tation as a pood and reliable salesman is all that need be said.
Ycu Will Find Prices Lower than tho Lowest.
B. F. STEVENS & CO.
Have a Full Line of
Eugene D. Block, Master.
For TOWING, FREIGHT or CHAIN
13. T. PA1IKEJL
The splendid iron Barque Al
cas Tons Itcglstcr,
Comer Ctam aM
Tjiv. Chicago Times, of tbo 14th,
JS a. X 3VE O ZKT
ip; fnrtho above named l)Ort in 1
to suit Mhinticrs. and having large
i will b
U UliU ? iU U rJ
. THE NEW MODEL
in ejLas for the above named port
.. -T t I 1 1 ,5 1 n ftll I teM4ittlft,t! t TVtl I III" fllltPK 1 V II ISIIHI CMlHil-
wers, "Squire uoumcuay &. editorially says: ine compicuou &.r v -.;.r riU.t 'n.ni inmi9ii anniv
SIBSON, CHURCH & Co..
Or lo P. I CHERRY, Astoria,
Water Street Assessment.
ivfmin !. I Il.nl M.,. no '
sessnient made by ordinance o.5l8of. i UPUfiS aHO UnSliliCaiS
in lots the City of Astoria. Clatsoji county. Or- j ;
arge en- cgon, and which ordinance parsed the.
, Common Council ot saiil city on the 1 :
J.li. IfiUlMO, j
DRUGGIST 0 j
l 1nHittk)i itrffi!Uv emummiMlrd I
LtMf. i Day or Kfcht. j J
KANGE CAN BE nAD IN AS
TORIA ONLY OF
28th day of August, J&vJ, and was
proven on incisi iay in nri'ieuiuer
ISKo. lor me 1)roi)OSCU iiuiirini-inum.
Water street, m the City of Astoria, as
laid out and recorded by .Fohn M.
Sliivcly, from the West silo of est
(Uh street to the West end of said Water
street in tne manner provmeu uiui-
l ro i nf 41, 'If,, nf AtifnrJn
limiCL u. .KM. ui iuu t .......
and which ordinance passed the Com
mon Council on the 24th day of July,
18S5, and was approved on tne 'n uk
u Whose elegant mansion is of the Northern Pacific road Jias to
vonder?" Stroking his breast he been celebrated and advertised
turn T VillnliV'c V I t.Wli Avifirtrmorir gf1nf A lfltTTA
rtUBt.a, v- uu .v.v. ESTABLISHED IN 1349.
There is a Squire Uoubleday in number of wealthy and distm- SUTTON & CO.'S DISPATCH LINE
every man. guished gentlemen have come "or New York.
There arc egotists and egotists, from the principal states of Europe gQ JJJYS to NEW YORK
Wr tf' l-- in iI;mTfr cS Ifisinf I fo nccicf. In thi nnftninrr of another I
sight of the really manly qualities great transcontinental railroad line,- The New, and Elegant, A1 First jQscrlbecMofronti
which an insistance on personal which, in most of its features, oven Class Steamer. pfsaul street b JJS .
ilsllvr.r coin, and unless naid within
i i-i i t j ,i . . j CKOWKLT - - - M;ister. iive days from the expiration of this no-
is a man whose philosophy starts ably any other country, and now will be ready at Astoria, in a few days for tice, viz: vFriday, September 21, lSK;, !
e T? : careo. and bavins the most of her capacity nlc Common Council wilHssue war-
out, num ma jjuisuuaiiij. iur ub aubca uu iiupunui. " eijedwill have the usual prompt dispatch ranU for the collection thereof. The
ticm 1noi nnt rnnsist in lavinr tinn Wlir. will fnllnw from the I.t.1,i? "lie, , .,...,. assessment is as follows:
- --- j o i i 'jtariy appucanon snouiu oe niaut; wr mi-
i. l T?,.n,r rr r l. nr l,f I balance of discinnuied room or passage to
mu, f fmvo hfi; iin:irt tlmt. TtLrr.;it iinflortnlrlno-? Thrfift rail- Care of Allen. & Lewis Portland, Oregon
A miiX. STOCK ALWAYS OH HAND
S3. IL. SAWSS,
Two doors east of Occident Hotel,
It great undertaking?
consists in stopping there. The way lines now interlace tho oppo
personal pronoun at the head of a site shores of the continent. It
great and true sentence is not an was the intention of congress, and
objectionable thing. it lias been tho expectation of
There are three kinds of egotists, the country, that the competition
First, there is the frank and lo- between these lines would overrule
ouacious esrotist. He hides under the Dractice of the central line in
. ATT-.i . , i c? Will co on the berth al Astoria, on or about,
no indirection. With open coun- exacting a tariff as high as traffic theiothof seitemukr.
OiniL'iipp! in N'ew York.
ESSHS. SUTTON & CO.
The splendid Al British. Iron
Xame of Owner
tenance and charming naivete he -would bear, and force a reduction
dilates on his fine points. He Q rates to a more moderate and
talks about himself with the same reasonable scale. This was the
freedom with which some folks purpose, at least it was the pre-
talk about other people. He is a text and defense of congress in
subjective gossip. He takes us at giving awaj' to the three Pacific
once into his confidence. He is railroad companies almost as many
restless till he has admitted his million acres of the public domain
high opinion of himself. Such as was comprised in the original
people are frequently interesting, northwest territory.
FOR LWERPGOL DIRECT.
W P Parker
A C Kinney
MrsS F Wood
II H Parker and W
lames W Welch ami
1) IL Welch
lames AV Welch and
J) It AYclch
J W White
.1 W While
J W White
.1 W White
Oregon Kan way tc
For Freight and rates of Insurance apply
to Jlessrs. liALl'OUK, UUTHKlK sta.
tl Or to r.u cherry, Astoria.
The new Steamer
As respects barrage.
Society calls them "good fellows.'' the Southern Pacific railway, that "CtOR SAILING dates
There is nothinc: mean about an nrptn-sL interest and exoeotation .street Wharf. Astoria: ALLEN a- LEWIS.
- . , , - , 1 !, , , m, o i j Portland ; J. L. STORY Tillamook.
P - Slastcr.
egotist who begins our acquaint- uave failed utterly. The Southern
ance by telling us how great he is. pacific is to-day merely a second
There is even a touch of modesty track of the Central Pacific, owned, JO
up cargo jettisoned from steamship
same men. unon the same maxim Oueen of the racinc. are hereby notinrutp .v i)i.nr ,i
v i- - , aclivertliesamctoE.ANoyes. atO. R. & " r "S'
er discover his 0f exactinff all the traffic will bear. X. Co.. takinK his receipt for all Roods de- Cicqree W 1 arker.
, . . ltvercd to blm. rxirties refusing or neglect- J W White
ned lug to make such deli very or to notlly the J W Wlnte
WHOM IT MAY CONCERN.
in it, for it seems to imply that u manno-ed and onerated bv the A NY TARTIES WHO HAVE PICKED
. - i a i t i
it were not lor nis own iranKness
others would nev
greatness, inu, maeea, a per&uu rrhe iSorthern racihc has ope
who, at the outset of an acquaint- under a different management
ance, is ready to take us into his yiW it bo managed according to
secret thought about himself is different policy? If it shall be, is
usually an open-hearted and gen- improbable that it will remain
a i T .1. . -..1. 1.1 - J I J
Atiomer Kinu is ine suoue anu
hypocritical egotist. He
talks about himself,
confidences. He is
Oregon Railway &
Oregon Jtailwav &
Oregon Kailway &
Oregon Jlailway &
A C Kinney
A C Kinney
A C Kinney
lames Taylor ...
L hi G Smith
Mrs L Ward
Mrs S F AVocd
Sb YYood.Joiin w
Welch, D II Welch
and Mrs Mlller-
CALL AND EXASIINE IT, YOU
WILL BE TLEASED.
E. 1C IIAWES Is also agent for the
Mi pteit CooMnff StOY6
And other first-class stoves.
Fnrnaco Wort, Steam Fit-t-iaSs,
etc., a specialty.
(SLTCISSOK TO JAGKINS & MONTGOMERY.)
Ions: under a
mnnno-niTiPnt.? Thp.sn are ones- been bought, by Chas Eberle, who avIH here
UUVUl ,i I 1. 4-
I LlUUb LUUtUUW UitVU IUUUU lUlClCSlr
He has no
undersigned of the goods In their possession J W Wrhitc
ivm ue prosecuieu io ine iuii cxusni oi mu j w wiutc
law. nt-prrnii IJnilwnv ?:
Oregon llailway &
formerly owned by Chas. Carow, has Oregon Hallway &
Kll(r f Wlin Will IllTH- 1 m-i im tinti f r
Good IJread a Specialty.
The public trade solicited.
for the country, and particularly
fnr that enormous section of teo-
and circumspect for that; but he p,c who direotly or indircctiy
is always unaer grounu, sapping concernod in our commercial
anu mmu.g xor immuui uuu. u- fairs The answer
rkArfiiolK hr flnp; nnt. swm to hi I .
' Ti, im,nr,,rlhen iacifa0 management Notice to Stockholders I. X. L.
; . . . , r I snau maice to tnem may oe quite i PackirTa Co.
Oregon llailway &
pany Oregon llailway &
Can prove by bis lwwks that he U dolnp the
niggesx nusiness ox. any
In the city, and lie will guarantee to give
the best inai lor eau.
Wilson & Fisher,
Tin, Sheet Iron and Copper Ware.
A General Assortment of
Magee Stoves and Kanges
The Best in tho market,
l'uimbing goods of all kinds on hand. Job
work done In a workmanlike manner.
PLUMBING, GAS FITTING, AND CANNERY WORK
Attended to Promptly on Reasonable Terms.
CSIU: AMI'S STIIEKT, Scxt to C. Iu VarJier's Store.
AND DEALER IN
: ALL rARTlES INDEBTED to the j Oregon Railway &
af- A Ann of Prael Bros, arc requested to u v" jL, K fnn!
call and liquidate their indebtedness
Iron. Steel, Coai. Anchors, Chains,
Shelf Hardware, Paints and Oils
Carpets, Oil Oloth, Wall Paper, Mirrors,
Window Shades, laes Curtains, Picture rrames and wouldings
TYINDOTV CORNICES AND CURTAIN POLES
Complete In every branch.
74 GO Agents for Salem Flouring; Mills,
and Capital Flour.
MARTIN OLSEN & CO.
I.- w AH sizes, at l ortiaiui j. nces, in otocK. .. . -i-, tttt- -r-v t kt- sh
Comer Choimmus and UamiltonStreoti Tr lT K.N III K, K 2 jbLfJJiJlJN OT.
millSlSTO NOTIFY STOCKHOLDERS
r . i . :.. 4 1. r , 1
lbIlolu,rusi 1UIU u,u lu,,uuim- as important to the interest of this
It mav even be calculatltlfflv Lnmnn,t;n aB ffnf i JL that one-half eta share ot stock will be
. . - r'"" " "V... V """sold. Any stockholder wishing to buy same
avoided. He is so egotistical that extensive and brilliant, stroke of must make it known before Oct. l. isct.
- J .j.r: t. .t.J .TAS.OSTROM.
he can hide the manifestation of cubiiinpuiiiauauveru&iug which uiu rre3.
j v I genius ol Villard has conceived Astoria, bepr. is. l&g,
I flTin OTPrilltPfl. I r- x? -1 T t
; ,u. r; Trai . . cxammauon oi i eauuerb.
of taking generously upon himself The cargo of 890 tons frozen
it, while all his life is bent on
CITY OP ASTORIA.
Crossing of Water and West 9tli
Streets 5 19 00
Crossing of Water and West i tu
Streets o w
IJy order of the Common "Council,
Auditor and Clerk.
Astoria, September 4tji, 188:
Corner 3Iain and SSqucmoona StrectH, Astoria, Oreson.
WINDOW SHADES AND TRIMMINGS; WALL PAPER- ETC
A Complete Stock.
PRIGES AS CHEAP AS QUALITY WILL AFFORD.
Gigars, Tobacco and Cigarettes
Meerschaum and Brier Pipes,
GENUINE ENGLISH CUTLERY CM H.I HJJAISOI&CO.
Revolvers nnd Cartridges.
milE QUARTERLY EXAMINATION OF
jl ajmneants lor teacuers, cenmcaics win
the awkward business of sounding mutton, recently sent from JNew church, on Friday and Saturday, the 28th
his praises, he imposes it on others. Zealand to London, has sent sta
"With him egotism is not a pardon- tisticians in the sheep-raising
able gush of boyish feeling. It is region of the west to figuring on
tho mean and obstinate Drinciole nossibilities of the future. Mr.
L. K G-. SMITH,
?i7.o.,. f- tooM.rc .rt-nmitoc will imponer aim wuuita.uc ucun
Id at my offlcc. opposite the Catholic Clears and Tobaccos, Smokers' Articles,
Th lnnrpet nnd finest stock of IEER-
SCHAIJM and AMBER COODS in the city.
Particular attention paid to orders irom
General Commission Brokers.
and ISJth InsL. comniencinir at 9 A. 31
td Co. Supt. Instruction
Notice io Taxnavers of School
District No. 1 8.
T tric'tNo. i8.'ciatsoncoiintv. state of Or- ORlceon Oeneyteve street, in the rear of
cson. Is now due, and the Sehol Clerk will L. li. Hawcs bulWmtc,
be iounil at ins oiaee on wehi wii sircer.
near Wall street, to rcclve and receipt for
th? same. . .
Taxes unpaid after sixty days from the
date ol tins notice win oe ueunqueui.
A General Agency business transacted.
Countv Treasurers Notice.
C. AV. SIUVELY.
. r l . nnt i iitionu s. Pfl Clerk School District 2vo. is.
of all bis Uvin&r. Therefore, he Armourahe creat Ubicaffo dealer, n. iuuihiiiouu Astoria. Sept 5, l&s. septc-im
always masquerades. He is never says the United States can never date chas tieilborn.
nnitA his rmnrKr eplf. Arifnl nnil onmnpte wifli Australia in sunnlv- Tjcas. Clatsop County.
n "" I r rr v Astoria, August 20tn,i8SJ.
hypocritical, he claims at once the ing kurope with mutton, it says
X OT12, BLOCK 01; LOTS 1 Au
TATOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THATTnE
IN Li time for the comiHetion of the assess-
I . T AT5 1 AN'n IN
Also nient roll of Clatsop county for 1SSJ, has
READY FOR BUSINESS.
Saddle and Harness Shop.
A. J. CL0UTRIE.
All manner of Repairing, etc., attended to.
Sliop in Paso's new building on Cass street.
-Ji fy 1 . ii iiit; gs this nronertv Is improved, aiso i menu "i uuwii niuij -
praise of modesty and the reward Australia and New Zealand have NORTHERN PACIFIC EXPRESS Jk&alS
of merit. He is as humble as over 70,000,000 sheep, and that pflMDAUV JtLen
UUIIll Mil 1
Are Now Ready For Business
Uriah Heep, and, therefore, as the annual inc-ease is 30,000,000 a
proud as Lucifer. To the small year. The colonies oan more
vice of egotism he adds the large than supply the mother country KSOfilce-vithBozorth& Johns.
one of dishonesty. out of the annual increase. Each Agt.
We have lots anu uiocks hi .au.ui a iuiu- huiuj. .u;m VuUi. ,... vt.., ...
AnS in Alderbrook 10 lots for S330 each. Jcctions to sm-h assessment and roll if any
Three hundred feet of river front for sale tney nave. .-nr-wi
Farms for sale near the city from SlOO to I . County Assessor Clatsop Co., Ogn.
canm AStona, SCDl. 1, 1S53. Wtt.
OYSTER AND COFFEE HOUSE.
Has re-opened In the Odd Fellows Build
ing : Entnuice on Cass street.
Ice Cream, Ice, Etc.
Leinenweber & Co.,
C. LHIXKNWEBEtt. H. BHOWT
TA1IKES All GUEBBIES,
Alanufacturers and Importers ol
yLL KINDS OF
iWholesale Dealers in
OIL AND TALLOW.
es3IIIghest cash price paid for Hides and
Brewery Beer Saloon.
The Best Beer 5 cts a Glass.
Hot Lunch every Day from 10 to 12 A. M
The best of Liquors and Cigars on hand.
A deservedly popular place of social resort.