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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 25 September 1877

(I) r - miiiT Vol. 3. Astoria, Oregon, Teusday Morning, September 25, 1877. Eo. 95. h- sa5aszv.v;rKcr;ckuv-ajugsJB.wan: -0 t PH 'I 4 ii v glx gvcilij stwmm ISSUED EVERY MORNING, (.Morulas' Excepted), . C. Z2tEIA'I : : lriS5ISIIElt. A-dorhui Building, Cans titrect. forms of Subscriptien: feorveu" by Carrier, ier week 23 Cent Com by mail, four month? 53 Ht SSont byinail, cue year 1) OU Free of Postage to ."Subscribers. iW Advertisements in?ortcd by the year at mjc raieof SI "i' per square per month. Transient adverti-inir, by the day or week, Sfty cent per .square for each in-ortion. Komi tlte l;i2vr Io:tic. Single copies of the Weekly Astoriax neatly done up, with stamps to pre-pay postage affixed, lor sale at thi otliee. td a copy to your friend- in other parts ot th world. Price, 10 cents a copy. Any friend who teel an interest in the pros perity of this region, is authorised to act as tLgcut fjr thi paper, in precurim: subscribers. To City Subscribers. There are such frequent chan...

Publication Title: Daily Astorian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 25 September 1877

.- a) Th& Spoils Qstoxtem. e ASTORIA, OREGON: D. C. IBELAXI Editor. TUESDAY SErT- S5 1877 The president has pardoned a number of persons convicted of vio lating revenue laws, tampering with mails, etc. A pumpkin that measures over six feet in circumference and weighs above 200 pounds, is still growing on a farm in California. Over half a million people died up to the end of July in southern India, and more people were found dead in Madras in one morning than had died in the whole of the Bengal famine. The secretary of war has address ed a letter to General Schofield, com manding at AVest Point, heartily ap proving his order which provides for summary and severe punishment for hazing cadets. The army worm is devastating cotton in counties adjacent to Mem phis, Tenn. Many planters state that their fields look as if fire had swept through them. It is believed that serious damage will result to the crops in that district. The Ohio campaign progresses without any very decided rush of...

Publication Title: Daily Astorian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 25 September 1877

w t glxo giuljj arciaar. ASTORIA Sew. 25, 187? Ti:U Table tor Astoria. SEPTEMBER. From tabic? of United States Coast Survey. High Water. Low Water. Pay. K. M. A. M. P. M. U. , IS .- 2 0" ... 2 -jr. . :; :u ... 4 r.i . f. :r . 47 . 0'5 2 001. 2 2TJ. 2 59. 3 48 1. tr,i!. (! 0J. 7 181. .. 8 0G 9 OS .. 8 . !) 47 ... .9 04 10 28 .. 9 4!) 11 20 ..10 47 .. 0 24 11 m .. 1 35 1 15 xnt ANOU AUD TRADE. I'ljiancial. GoM in New York, Wyx(YV?A.m Lugal Tenders in Astoria buying 96; sell ing !7. Silver Ai per cent discount. Coin oxFiarw on San Francisco preni. Currency oxcuantj-; on Sun Francisco l por cenfc:rouiiii!n. Coin exchange on Xo;v York percent, pre :nii::u. Tolcrrapliic transfers on New York 1 per cent- prcuii.im. Currency e.'iangc on New York J percent prciiiuui. ,staria 3ffarKeis. Wiikvt. Salos on bills of la.iing on board i-hips freiglitvil' -2 I'm?- -0 percental Flock. Oiiperfnie ti M7 Oil; Extra SS 50, T.")0. Corn Meal t cwt. $4 00; Buckwheat cwt. S3 Mg-il (. .Vuu. l'Ki.n. ilran $25 ...

Publication Title: Daily Astorian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 25 September 1877

d) V' Scicntilic Advertising. The Springfield Republican calls attention to the fact that ad vertising on board fences and dead walls is being abandoned from a convicJon of its general useles?ness. The practice was rec ently denounced at the convention of Stove Manufacturers of the coun try, at Detroit, where the President said: If we would make the host possible use of our money we should patronize ably con ducted and responsible newspaper, lie added: "the newspaper ib iminea-urauly the be-t medium open to our tiade; the mos-t libeial and expert advertisers testify to its value, and in the employment ol its columns we would find a means of c-cjpe irom wasteful undignified and inefl'ective methods." Live cornrnercial men everywhere are fully sensible of the great ben etit derived from advertising All the great fortunes, especially in the retail trade, have been made by that process. Advertising means the bringing home to the greatest number of people possible a knowl edge of the thi...

Publication Title: Daily Astorian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 26 September 1877

0). f rJPJiJJlill' V iri q Astoria, Oregon, Wednesday Morning, September 26, 1877. No. 96, ' v JL. . all lUfl glxs gailjj JVstssxmx. ISSUED EVERY MORNING, (Monday Excepted), C. IRELAND : : PUBLISHER. -fi6rift7i Building, Cass Street. ' i). Terms of Subscription : fcerved by Carrier, per week .25 Cents Pent by mail, four months - S3 00 Seat by mail, cne year. 9 00 Free of Postage to Subscribers. R Advertisements inserted by the year at the rate of SI 50 per square per month. Transient advertising, by the day or week, fifty cents per square for each insertion. Send tlie Paper Home. Single copies of the "Weekly Astoria neatly done up, with .stamps to pre-pay postage affixed, for gale at thi office. "v.d a copy to your friend in other part ut the world. Price, 10 cent a copy. Any friend who -feels an interest in the pros perity of this region, is authoriz-&d to act as Agent for this paper, in procuring subscribers. To City Subscribers. There are such frequent changes in the resi den...

Publication Title: Daily Astorian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 26 September 1877

r" -r: CJ gfce ails gssimx. ASTORIA, OREGON: D. C. IRELAND Editor. WEDNESDAY Sept. 26, 1877 Plevna. This place is about, as the crow flies, twenty-seven miles SSW of Nik opol, on the Danube, and five miles east of the Yid, one of the largest of the tributaries that descend from the northern slopes of the Balkans to the Danube. According to Kanitz, a re cent Austrian traveller, the town has a population of 1,627 Mohammedan and 1,474 Christian families, compris ing 17,000 souls. There are eighteen mosques, nine minarets, and two churches one named after Saints Cyril and Methodius, the apostles of Bulgaria, the other after Saint Peter. Yet the French consul, who dismisses it with the brief remark, "Ville agre able; au bout de quelques heures j'en ai assez." Indeed, almost the only object of interest in it is the hospital, like most other works of public use fulness or benevolence in these regions roads, schools, orphanages, savings' banks, etc. is a creation of Midhat Pasha while he wa...

Publication Title: Daily Astorian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 26 September 1877

7 VV tW,J"l'l'WI.-lJ- - lilWIl 1..HL1 M V ail3 gist03ritott AST031IA Sept. 26, 1877 Tilt Table lor Astoria. SEPTEMBER. roin tables of United States Coast Survey. High Wr.tcr. Low Water. 'liny. r. m. A. M. H. M. 3Hu "'.- 2 0r. lii 2 45. 27 :; 31. -J 4 30. tio ... 5 :r. 4W ... 0 47. 1 8 o::. 2 001. 2 251. 2 59 1. 3 4S. 4 51 . G Oil. 7 IS!. . 8 0G 9 03 . 8 32 9 47 . 9 04 10 28 . 9 49 11 20 .10 47 . 0 24 11 5S . 1 33 1 15 &H& ANCiJ AUD TRADE. Financial. Gold in New York. iWia Vfi. Ltar.il Tenders in Astoiia buying 9fi; sell ing i'7. .Silver 4Kfe per rent discount. Coin exchange on San fcranciscot prem. Currency exchangj on San Francisco Yj. per cent premium. Coin exchange on New York percent, pre mium. Telegraphic transfers on New York 1 per cent- premium. Cui rcm-y exchange on New York percent premium. Astoria .Haricots. Wh:vt. Sale on bills of lading on board shh freightoff t2 l.".,-2 20 percental Flouk Superfine ? 3K,7 OH; Extra $8 o0 7 "). Corn Meal & cwt. S4 00; Buckwhe...

Publication Title: Daily Astorian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 26 September 1877

C4 M miimaMaekmmiiiiMiBmw S&je 8iXjj stosiatt. MISCELLANEOUS PEOFESSIONAL CARDS. ASTOBTA.i. ..,.4. Sept. 26, 1877 ImjJSPt&fat to Settlers. From the WalU Walla Uniom The laBt Congress passed a law Which will irl its enforcement save many homesteaders the time trouble and expense of a personal trip to the Land Office, when il becomes desira ble or necessary to make final proof for their clulmSi !The new lav,which is now iti fofce provides that any party desiring to avail himself of the provisions of the act must go before the JudgeoHn his absence,the Clerk, of any court of record in the county and State, or district and Territory, in which the lands are situated, with his witness, maKe the proof, and take the affidavits required by law, accor ding to the prescribed forms. The jndge or clerk taking the proof, is required to transmit it with thepropc fee "and charges to the Register and Receiver of the Land Office, if the testimony is taken by the clerk in the absence "of the ju...

Publication Title: Daily Astorian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 27 September 1877

O) matin JrJyJvJ V Vol 3. Astoria, Oregon, Thursday Morning, September 27, 1877. No. 97. V f glXS gailS 5i0SimX, ISSUED EVERY MORNING, (Monday Excepted), C. IRELAND : : PUBLISHER. Astorian Building, Cass Street. I. Terms of Subscription : erved by Carrier, per week .25 Cents Sent by mail, four months S3 00 Sent by mail, cno year. - 9 00 Free of Postage to Subscribers. 3T Advertisements inserted by the year at the rate of Slot) per square per month. Trunpient advertising, by the day or week, Gfty cents per square for each insertion. To City Subscribers, There are such frequent changes in the resi dence of our city patrons that wo shall feel obliged to any who make such changes if they will report the same to this office. Otherwise we shall not bo responsible for failures of tho carrier to deliver tho paper promptly and regularly to them. AiutivED Below. The Webfoot, on September19. Changed Off. The California will make a trip to 'Frisco with wheat before returning to Alaska. The Sant...

Publication Title: Daily Astorian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 27 September 1877

w Jp nit3 gwstorimx. ASTORIA, OREGON: D. C. IRELA"I Editor. THURSDAT Sept. 27, 1877 Life or Death. "We visited Portland this week, upon a mission quite distinct from business, and wished to get through the city if possible without any unnecessary talk relative to the rivalry existing between them and us (Portland and Astoria), but it was of no use. The sight of a dozen vessels and three or four steam ships there seemed to infuse the "colo ny" with extra bitter hatred of Astoria, and in spite of all that our cotempor aries, the Bee and Standard, have had to say expressive of the friendship pro fessed for Astoria and the balance of the State, we can name men owning in the aggregate at least two tenths of the assessed valuation of Multnomah county who will defiantly tell you that "Astoria shall never load a ship we'll go to Tacoma first!" "Astoria shall never have its Marine Hospital re instated." "Astoria shall not be a port of entry any longer than we can consolidate the two district...

Publication Title: Daily Astorian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 27 September 1877

m ' 9k V V- r 'U Xr' mm, X d. P -VI"VY 1&XIM ASTORIA Sept. 27, 1877 TIiU Table lor Astoria. SEPTEMBER. From tnblos of United States Coast Survey. Hish Water. t ';- y. 11. Low Water. A. M. 1. M. 18 Hi) 1 ... 2 OS. ,.- 2 ir. .- .1 31. ... 4 .JO. ... s:r . 0 47 . 8 r: 2 00 i 8 OS y 03 2 L.". 8 32 9 47 2 .71 fl 04 10 28 3 46 9 49 11 20 4 511 10 47 ..... G 01 0 24. 11 58 18 1 Si l lo laNANCill AND TRADE. Financial. Cold in Xcv York. 10 :',' H-TK- Lusnd Tenders, in Aoria buying 96; sell inw 57. Mlvcr V.(i per cent discount. Coin oxcfianpc on -nui 1 rancisco K prom. Currency exchango on San Francisco per cnt premium. Coin exchange on New York porcont. pre mium. Telegraphic transfers on New York 1 per cent, pietnium. Cum ncy cichangoon c;v lork percent premium. As'hdt'ia .llarKois. Wn;:vr. Sales on bills of lading on board i-liiii? ficightoff -"2 15"2 : percental 1 uvvk. Suporlno 0 W7 0; Extra S8 50 7."0. Corn .Meal ? cwt. S4 00; Buckwheat ;;vt. ' ."W&7 ri. Mn.r. Fi:i .-JJran 25 00 ...

Publication Title: Daily Astorian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 27 September 1877

x 1 00 Igfe l&itg stacism. ASTORTA Sept.27, 1877 OREGON SUMMERS. From tho Standard. The important advantage that Ore gon has over California in the matter of unfailing seasons has been well ventilated and will be thoroughly un derstood after awhile by immigrants seeking homes on this Pacific coast. But another and equal imi ortant ad vantage is the great mildness of our summer. We published yesterday an extract from the San Francisco Bulletin showing the extreme heat now obtaining in California the thermometer at points in the interior going up to 113 degrees. It is burn ing up the crops, the vegetation, the roses and the leafy June trees are shedding their leaves so rapidly as to indicate Autumn instead of mid-Summer. Here we have almost the gen iality of smiling Spring, just enough of heat to make the weather delight ful, while blankets are indispensable at night. It is true the mercury indi cates what would in the east be a high degree of heat, but the same laws do not seem t...

Publication Title: Daily Astorian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 28 September 1877

O) HI II V IIH. CgfUBC iri q Astoria, Oregon, Friday Morning, September 28, 1877. No. 98. 4 Vi. o. tiX.JMHUSKJU!M&.tU.'i rtTlfoifc Pftiig JrJU'JyM'illr gTxs gjxxltj slcramx. ISSUED EVERY MORNING, (Monday Excepted), S. C. IREL.i.XZ : : PUBLISHER. Astoria ii Jjuilding, Cass Street. -"":Hih crms cf Subscription : irerred by Carrier, ior week 25 Cents Sent by mail, four month S3 00 iscnt'byinnii, cno year. - 9 00 Tree of Poata;je to Subscribers. ttST Advertisements inserted by the year at the rale of 1 oO per iiurc per month. Transient julvcrli'ins:, ly tho day or week, fifty -cents per square for each insertion. To City Subscribers. There are snh frcvjiicnt changes in the resi dence jf our city patrons that to ?hall feel oblisrcd to any who make such changes if they will report the same to this office. Otherwise we j-IkiII not bo responsible for failures of tho carrier to delivor the paper promptly and regularly to them. Okegox Coxgi:i:.mi:n. Oregon, since the organization of the t...

Publication Title: Daily Astorian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 28 September 1877

C Sj: ' gfp &il3 &&&BX&CO. ASTORIA, OREGON : D. C. IREIiAXB Editor. FRIDAY Sept. 2S, 1877 Alaska Troubles. The Lackawana is yet at Port Town send where everything is peace and harmony, while up at Sitka, from all accounts we have, quite the reverse in the case. It is expected that a high old time will occur before the Califor nia can get back. Sitka Jack will prove to be another Captain Jack, or Joseph, as certain as the world. He has destroyed more for the govern ment already, since the departure of the troops from Sitka, than his black skin is worth, and his insolence is al most unbearable. When the Corwin went up to Sitka he wTent on board of her, took a survey of the surroundings and returned to shore informing "his people" that they could take all such ships as that was. The Lackawanna has a crew of 153 men, and a marine guard of eight, has a battery of two 11-inch pivots, eight 9-inch broadside guns on spar-deck, and one GO-pound rifle on forecastle. Length...

Publication Title: Daily Astorian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 28 September 1877

ou xa V gfo gixxXtj jstoimx. ASTORIA SEn, 28, 1877 Tftlf Tabic lor AslorlR. SEPTEMBER From tables cf United States Ooast Survey. Low Water. High Water. j 1'ny. .. a. r. n. 1 :.., o 0)- - o 471 3 0 4 1 22. "24 - 1 22 1 :W' ICi 2 0" ... 2 Oil" 'SJ: 2 4.-1 2 2' 7 :: :i 2 .v.j IV 4 :C .. 5 4sj ! 5 S3 4 31 1 ?JJ 0 47 - 0 01J 1 8 ax - 7 uj A. M. P. M. 1 6 55 7 151 . 7 21 7 59 i 7 43 8 :4 ' 8 OK 9 08 8 :fc 0 47 01 10 38 f) 49 -.11 20 10 47 i 0 24 11 58 1 1 33 . 1 15 FINANCE AMD TRADE. COaBIERCIAL AKD SHIPPING. Ilwaco Steam Nav. Co. SUMMER NOTICE. ?-, 4 ?L jeA ' jf?" 'l Fiunucinl. Hold in New York, lOr.i Wi- Lcr.il Tcmlcrs in Astoria buying 96; scll- Hh-cr ytt'i per cent discount. Coin e.clia.npe on Sur l'rancLco K prcra. Currency exchrtngo on Saa Francisco per cent piemium. Coin exchange on New York 3s percent, pre mium. ,. ,T , . t'elegraphic transfers on New York 1 per cent, premium. Currency e.wrhangcon Now YorkJi percent trcuuuui. Astorin MurkoW. Wheat.- Wheat afloat or wlnytt in store...

Publication Title: Daily Astorian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 28 September 1877

f0 .n g& &ilaj ste$m ASTOETA Sept. 28, 1577 OREGON'S GHANCE. From tho Oregon Statesman. Every indication now points to im proved times in Oregon. Crop Bros pects were never better and the promise of good prices is very flat tering. From Hon. G. "VV. Colby, the champion Granger of Northern California, we learn that the tide of emigration, from the Southern partis simply immense, all headed towards Uregon. uuc it is noc aione trom Calilorma tnat immigrants are com ing; they are coming by the hundreds fron Eastern States. uregon is no longer Known as a county in California, but as a State possessing vast natural resources and offering better inducements to set tlers than any other, of the States or Territories, of the United States. Sympathizing with California in her unfavorable prospects for crops for the coming harvest, yet her misfor tunehas had the effect to turn the tide of emigration towards Oregon where the crops never fail. Here tofore California has been enabled to ho...

Publication Title: Daily Astorian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 29 September 1877

r 0 Kli 71 JL ffljftflU r YoL 3. Astoria, Oregon, Saturday Morning, September 29, 1877. zzzszzxzxiAiJ.LUJkim tit - jujMJiuuJAaui.r.. m z2xja.jsz gits Sails stxrsdsro. i. ISSUED EVERY MORNING, (Monday Excepted), C IRE&.IXI) : : PUBLISHER. Adurian BvAhlhvj, Cass titrcct. Terms of Subscription : ervcd by Carrier, per iveck 2o Cents Sent by mail, four months i M Sunt by mail, cue vcar - f 00 Free of I'ostasc to subscribers. iKT.'.dverti'einenis inserted by the year at the rate of-1 v) ior iire per month. Trnsk'nt advert Hntr, by the day or ivock, fifty ccnte per ?jiiare for each incition. To City Subscribers. There are such frciuent chansc in the rcci- rlenuu of our city patron? that we shall, feel j oimeed to any iviio sua kg such ciianges n nicy will leport the fame to thi- office Otherwise we .'hall not bo repon-iblc for failftre- of the -currier to deliver the paper promptly and regularly to them. Armos .Sale. At 2 i. m. to-day, by jJ. .S. Wor.slcx . See posters. To Cr.KAK. The ...

Publication Title: Daily Astorian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 29 September 1877

"gp-'",!ir -M- ' (?) '&& &&VQ &$&8XilXVL ASTORIA. OREGON: 0. C. IKEIiAXI Editor. SATURDAY Sept. 29, 1877 Practical Amusements. The scores achieved at Creedmoor are beyond all recorded precedent. Our American riflemen walked away with the best British teams. .Regarded simply as friendly competitions in athletic games, the annual contests at Creedmoor are worthy of high praise, for they have founded a pleasant jas time, well conducted in the main, and promising to permanently add one more to our popular open air festivi ties. The emulation in this sport is a generous one, the public excitement is usually tempered with decorum and rarely does it happen that bad feeling is engendered. But popular amusement is the least of the advantages furnished by Creed moor. Far more important are its practical uses. Creedmoor and the similar rifle ranges which it has caused io spring up are fast educating the country in a most important element of national defence. Until the ...

Publication Title: Daily Astorian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 29 September 1877

0) tr glic nm sfcrckro. ASTOKIA. Sept. 29, 1877 TiU Table lor Astoria. OCTOBER. From tables of United States Coast Survey. 11 fob Water. lay j KO A. M. i M. Low Water. A. M. M. :n - 4 ri 10 47... 47 fi 01 0 -4... 1 S QC .. 7 IS'... :. it ir - k :u.. :; iu in 47 ... 4 il 11 lo r.-il... 5. n ta li .toi... o o :a... 7 0 R 0 .T... s 1 :w l -'"J... l :tr. 2 4f. 3 TA.. 4 ."VI.. 5 44.. C 27.. 7 0-2.. 1 34.. ..11 IS .. 1 15 .. 2 34 .. 3 51 t. 5 0G .. G 11 .. 7 OG ... 7 53 .. fi 45 COMMERCIAL AffD SHIPPING. Ilwaco Steam Nav. Co. FIN AK OB AND TRADE. Ff iiJincinl. Gold in New York, 10 H(.Ytfy. Lejral Tenders in Astoria buying 9G; sell ?n' !7. Hlvcr 4j(?t5 per cent discount. Coin exchange on j:in Francisco X prera. Currency exchange on San Francisco lA per cent premium. Goin exchange on New York percent, pre luiuin. ,, Telegraphic transfers on Now York 1 per jcnt- premium. Currency cichangcon New York i percent 7rcinium. ANtoria Haricots. Wh hat. Wheat afloat or wheat in store at -Anuria is al...

Publication Title: Daily Astorian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 29 September 1877

5VW wv V (V 2?Tx JdX sJm&ra. MISCELLANEOUS Pfe WMte 11 J3 PROFESSIONAL CARDS. ASTORIA Sept. 29. 1877 INVEST IN LANDS. Although an investment in Real Estate mav not at once prove lucra tive and yield an immediate income to the purchaser, we have found, from manv vears experience, that all iudicious investments made, either in farming lands or suburhan property adjoining a growing and prosperous citv like this, invariably result in a fin speculation, or at all events in one that is doubly sure for a good paying investment. In the products of the soil all wealth has its origin. The indus trious farmer must always have a market for his wares. "What he has to sell are the absolute necessities of life, and he that does not produce them must obtain them of him who does. "Whatever may be a man's business, however much money he may control, lie must look to the tiller of the soil for that which will sustain life. There may be local derangements, but on the whole there is of necessity a m...

Publication Title: Daily Astorian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
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