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About The Daily Astorian. (Astoria, Or.) 1876-1883 | View Entire Issue (June 7, 1881)
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Astoria, Oregon, Tuesday Morning, June 7. 1881.
My thought, vmriiot as thev Mht t wr,
lusher ami higher on soni-let wtHtt :
But ever and often, ami more ami iimhu.
Thev are dragged down earthward by l
Rv little troubles and liltt-e need.
As a lark might he tangled mihoM the
Mv purpose Is not what it ought to be.
Steady and fixed, like a star on high.
Hut more like a fishernmns light at sea :
Hither and thither it seem to lly
Soiuetinie.s feehle. ami sometimes bright.
'1 lien suddenly hM. in the gloom of night.
Mv life is far from my dream of life
Calmly contented, serenely glad :
Hut, vexed and worried by dally Miifc,
It is alwavs woniud. and ofttime sad-
And the bights I had thought I should reaeh
Crow dimmer and dimmer, and tarther away.
Mv heart finds never the longed-for rest :
Its worldlv striving, it-greed lor gokl.
Chilled and frightened the calm-eyed guest
Who .sometimes sought me in daysof obi;
And ever fleeing away from me
Is the higher .self that 1 long to he.
Recently The Astoimax copied
from Scribners jnaazine without
comment :i littlt' fraiienl of in
formation relative to western zo
ology, on the authority of a Shasta.
sheep tender. One sentence of
the attiole will be .sufficient to re
call the readers attention. The
sheep tender says, discussing the
movements of the wild sheep:
I followed a hand of them to the
back of that rock yonder, and ex
pected to capture them all, for I
thought 1 had a dead thing on
them. 1 got behind them on a lava
headland about a hundred and fifty
feet high, which is only eight or
ten degrees out of the perpendicu
lar, where thev couldn't get away
without falling and being killed;
but they jumped off and landed all
rirht as if that were a reirular i
-- . 3 ;
tlung wttn tnem.
The Boomerang of the 1'Jth
copies the same story, not so much
on account of its novelt but for
the breezy style in which it is
narrated, and cencludes:
AVe don't wish to rub oil the
fluff and bloom of this story, be
cause we hate to have anv one sit
down on a favorite lie of ours, but
there are little weak places in the
statement. For instance, a moun
tain sheep has bowels. -He uses
them in deducting- the nutritious
properties of the bunch grass and
tnncc nrrnfnc wliinli hf tiiilc i?i hie
system. Examination by wcll-lrgc 1ms pre vented the com pie
known anatomists has shown that jtion of two others of nearly the
the bowels of the mountain sheep Uni,. pattern,
are constructed on the old plan ... ;,
msteact ol Demp; made ot jsessemor
steel, with copper rivets and dust j
proof brass cap, as is generally
supposed. A fall of 150 feet per
pendicularly would mix up the
works of a mountain sheep so
that he wouldn't know whether
he had diphtherea or inflama-
tion of the bowels. Atrmn, the
mountain sheep, like all vertc
brates. has a sninal column, some-1
thing like the editorial column
of this paper. The general im-
pression that the backbone of si ;
mountain sheep is made ol vulcan-
. ,, ', , -
lzed rubber and spiral springs is
;nnrrn,f If hnvrn tn fnn, J
: '." .. r "- " J"." .
150 feet, therefore, toward the!
center of the e;nth, sometlnng
WOU1U Have to llUinnilX. lllC
i rt r
chances are that he would hud his'1 . ' , . . , of brass hand; I wo new acts entitled
im. ,.u..o ;., i,: ,t ,.i- I ladv and 1 am going to punish vou -The Uig.V and "Onr Inside and Oiit
lutnbar vertebrae in his vest pocket - " ' ;P. Uide Servants." New first part, and a
and his gambrel joint jammed lor l t up jour iimicis.. J 'H ; hrillianl olm of sjecialties, Mr. ("has.
through his liver." AVe do not fellow accepted the challenge and j Nickcrsi , will manimdate the Imuics.
i fi . -i . i i . . ' Mr.. I no. diok the tamhorinc, while Mr.
uuiiy mat uie iiiouiiiuni &ueep nub 1U about three minutes lie waspei-J KrcdCeie will interrogate. Mi-s Lou
a forehead that is harder to drill a ,,0,xc .,, ,r . , . ;,-.: i :n,nA Cook in beautiful lllats.alsoMr..)ame.s
fact throuo-hthnn that of the iver-hapStl,en,0ht sclc,,,l,IC'al,.v hcked Morris.h, voc-.il -cms. The 1 Jig 4 have
lacu uirougn tnan tnar. oi ine.uer- , . , . ,.,i.u.h,i..iu. 'r witi.-.rti..r1.niav
ap-e snrniir poet, but Ins forehead
onlv protects his intellect. It
, ,. , , , . -, i .
don't prevent his hind legs jam-
minsr throusfh his diaphram when
, .-' -t- e i '
he jumos 150 feet, and strikes on
a chunk of prehistoric granite.
Wo don't want to say anything
disrespectful of Scribners Monthly,
because it is older than we are,
and we want to be respectful to
old age; but whenever -you find a
place where a flock of mountain
sheep have jumped down a preci
pice 150 feet deep, you can go and
gather up more giblets of wild
mutton than you will use all sum
mer. A Washingtonian looks forward
to the day when everybody will
travel about the National city on
roller skates. Just now the chil
dren and a great many adults are
amusing themselves skating on the
smooth asphalt streets, some of the
thoroughfares being as crowded as
covered rinks. The prediction
may be realized. The Hollanders
employ skates largely to move
around and transact business on
their dykes, and there is no reason
why their example should not be
imitated at the National capital.
The Cincinnati Price Current
says that the tendency of the
times is to the larger and stronger
insurance companies. There is a
marked increase in the business of
large capital companies, and a cor-j
respondL decline in the business
of the smaller capital companies.
The Iron (Hants.
The tftti iron . ffiawts for tUe
PetiiisylvHiutt railroad ctMnjmwy
are to lx built for the practical
purpose of making up time on
portions of the road where there
are long stops. On the fast run
between New York and Philadel
phia, ninety miles in ninety
minutes; the time allowed is so
short thut when thete are unusual
stops tlc ordinary engines can
not make it up. llonoe n. monster
locomotive, known as No. 10, was
built as an experiment and tried
on different trains to sec what
could be done. The result has
been satisfactory, but theiv are
many improvements that suggest
themselves that will be carried out
in the construction of the itKjr
heavy engines that are to follow.
The driving wheels she riL upon,
stand six feet and six inches above
the mils, higher than a tall man
with a silk baton. She has two
pairs of drivers forged for ler by
Tlerr Krnpp, the famous cannon
maker. In this is supjosed to
have Ikjp.ii solved the higliest
aim that can be sought in
a locomotive to pull the heaviest
trains over all jrrade arinst stiff
winds, and with the least tossible
. . . ' .
liabihtv towards hoi i Mixes or low
. " 4l ..; .i.. i,ii
steam, on the (piickeKt M-lieilule
time. Her oii"incer sstvs: "Sin
go 11 r& l1 'k
rockinir-chuir. liver hinee it has
t been runuinir this engine has been i
making a mile in fifty-seven sec
onds on an up gratte wiiu a ngm.
j:.. . :!... ...:..
iinm ... ., .wn... . 'Shtiidm-wsofihtt country as your friends
he makes a mile m less j
, . . i
minute ami keeijs coot.;
Tl.... . ;. .. ,.,.. i ,k,.t,,,,,-,j;f if
lliere js a great consumption ol
fuel. In 180 miles 2,fK0 jKMinds
of coal are used up. The water
tank contains ",O0O gallons, -100
more than is usually carried.
Everything else is on a jrojKH
tionately large scale. Onl' the
delay in getting boileresuflicientlv
An Act of Cluuitv.
Detiott Krw I'rtsK.
Mr. and Mrs.deo. W. liurnhnni,
of 14 Columbia street west, were
walking up "Woodward avenue,
and at the Congress street crossing
one (f lm,se stieet-cnrner oglers
of ladies addressed an Insulting
remark. .Mr. Uurnlmin ol course '
heard it, but with great self-control
lie passed on a few doors, left tlie
latly in x friends store and returned
, ,, , , ,, -irti,.
to the place where the incident
OCCUrwd. The fdloW WS SttU
there leering at other ladies. j
Walking up to him Mr. Burnhamj
,...:.l.. o-;.1- V. I,..,... ;,.c,iltfl
jseen in a generation, bleeding,
j,. tiii i ii
limp and helpless some men loaded
i,:,,, nn (ir.v ,:,! oaifA,i i,;,,. r,ir
' ..j ..-. -.... .. -,..,
while Mr. Burnlmm wrapped a!
handled chief around his swollen
and bleedinir hand, rejoined Mrs.
7 , , t , .
Burnham and went on his way as
coolly as if he had not done the
community an invaluable service,
,,. ... . .
His example is eminently worthy
01 l ""'""on.
Scratclun for It.
v niiiMs PtaMVMM
Ctt UriCaHs 1 HMC.
"Uncle Pomp," said Col. M. to
r i i i.M,.i . ...
a former slave, "1 hear that some
of vour darkies down on the
lower place are allbcted with the
itch.' "Bein as it's you, boss,"
replied old Pompey, hesitatingly,
., T , - ix.it ill
i tnus coniess uai, ue j.au uas
cn.l fit t nflllnl.- nc iinr wnv for i
v.v.u lt IU .i...yy.v ..7 .... "'J
fac." "Ah! Doing an'thing
it.'" "ics, san; un, yes, san:
. ., .. i rt . . . .1.111
"Avliotv" "Whv cA or w am
scratchin" for it."
, . . ,!
L. Francis lina seciircu
the aoncy of some of the leading;
pianos and organs, among which arc
the Stoimvay, JJocKor. W eber and
Ivnahe pianos and Mason A. Ifainlin,
Palace, Woods and Estey organs,
Paganmi violins, Martin guitars, Ju
man strings and a large and well
selected stock of sheet music furnished
to ordor. All kinds of musical instru
ments tuned and repaired in first clse
manner. He will visit Astoria on or
?,1 JuI8.S,;...y. T.if
5 ," . .', . , . , " .,,
at the Occident hotel will receive
. I prompt attention.
i innrini tik t 1'ititi r i i otirrtn iim ' .. -.wra v -' -
( 'inchona Rlm.
The (Xtttt riiHhMi was tin .spnish
Vkv in lVrn in H"t'. The (imm"os.
kis wife. was. irsrstel ly an hitennlt
tent fever. trow which 4m' was freed by
the Mef lite native remedy, she IVrr.-
"hh bark. r. as it whs called hi the
language of the country. -Quinquina.
Cralefiil fr Iter recovery. n her return
to Euro;' in lice, she introduced the
remedy in .Siaii. wIktc it was known
mimUt various names, until Juiiijmis
called it CinclKna. in Itoiior of thr lsdy
who ha' lmHihl them Hint which was
wkhv precious than Ihegohl of tin IiKas.
To tins dav. after a lapse of two hun
dred and fifty vear. science lias aiven
ti nothing to take its place. It eflcetn
allv cures a morbid appetite for stinm
Jaiits. lv rcstorins tin natural tone of
tlH'.stoftiach. It attacks excessive love
of liquor as it doc.s a fever, anil destroys
Ixdh alike. TIk powerful tonic irtne
of the Cinchona is ireMTed in the
Permian 15ittrs. which atv as etfectirc
against malarial fever lo-ay as tltey
were in Uh' days of 11m idd .Smnili
Vicerox.s. We guarantee the ingredi
ents of the. hitters to ha absolutely
jMire. and of tin la'st known quality.
A trial will satisfy von that this is tin
1m4 bitter in the world. -The proof of
the pudding is in tin eatiny. and we
willingly abide iliis tot. For sale by
all druggists, grocers ami liquor dealers.
Letter From 1Ir. lavitNon.
Astoria. May 5. iski.
It is with id(sHre that I call the at
tention or yotir reamers to me tact mat i
have cstaiilisltcd a branch photograph
galh'ry in Astoria, opposite the Court
house I earnestly invite every citizen
of your town and icinity to visit it and
eaiine the display of pictures, firmly
lKlievisi' that tlie verdict of each one
will lie that m work is not otilvof the
Invst but that Ok prices are reasonable.
All the finishing will lc done at my
Imumc gallery in Portland ami mailed
direct to tin customer. The oiwrator in
charge is an accomidisbcd artist ami
has an abundance of patience with chil-
dren and immvoiis coplo. 1 am pre-
pared to do all kimlsof viewing, cidor-
lK POI,vill-.alMi nilanjing to any sixe.
In all d"eartMH'nts. 1 will sj-e that my
ctistomeis o away s;tiisiicu, nun re-
IMH-tlitllx .Mlicill!K'ir patronage. cry
irnlx. .1.(5. Daviiisow rhotograitltcr.
r lirl ami i amhill streets. Port -
liny (J:e V."eel;I.
-p,,.. wnr.ki.v A
ontAX for thi
week is fall of just sttch iiiforinaJkni
in the east want to mv. it has very
few advertisements, ami is citok to the
iuu.L. ur tMfiMtHtioii iimt imi familv
j v i i .
eau swci'ssniiiy sjMcejwaMit niKHit
Two dollars will Imv tin; wlnde wail fm
a year. : si .o tor six momus,oi' ten cents
("real Itaraaiiisareiiow offered in the
city of William-quid for anv jh-i-soiis
wislting to locate from one lot to five
acres. It is well adapted for gardens,
dairy ranclies or pleasant hemes: well
elevated, situated one mile south of
Astoria on Youngs lay. with a good
graded road to the place. For fiiflltcr
information trail at my residence near
thecemHcrj. .loiix Wii.i.iam-ox.
Ire Cream Saloon.
Frank Falier's let Cream Saloon, on
the roadway near Hume mill, is now
fitted nicely with private rooms for
Indies. It is also the depot for dunce
confectionery, talfy. etc. Komaiu iHinch
served to order.
On the night of "Monday, May '2'.U,
about half jmst seven o'clock t. M.,
Euerica Marin was drowned between
y nMnwi aim iiuiiifn. nr
was dressed m a brown coat, light
dark jmntahHuw. Fishermen nud
j others are rctpiueted to look out for
U',e hmly, d when found reptn-t to
the Scandinavian cannury.
11itil tM rtMiitt & ;.-nuunn
i Icaricr of orchestra. Ceo. LaiitlH'rl.leatler
orchestra. and new nuisic by mirexcel-
lent brass band on the grand stand at
precisely 7 r. m. Curtain rises at ex-
actty.Sr.M. Entrance on IJenton street;
entrance to private boxes, on Chcuamus
rtEotltcr ! 3!othcr!! liEother ! ! !
Are you disturbed at night and broken
of vmu- n.A ,,va sU.k hilll su,TcriI,s
""deying with the excruciating iwin
Mif cutting teeth.' If so, goat once and
get a bottle of Mrs. Winslow's Soothing
j Srup. it will relieve the poor littl mu-
felvr immediately depend uimiii it;
! there Is no mistake about it. There is
. MO! a jmuu.r on earth who has ever
. (ist(j . wjj( wi jiol jgjj Vou at onwi
. tht it will regulate the bowels, and
"iv" n lo t,,c ""o'l'c", and relief and
l,ltl, In Il.n otillil nnnmliixrUhMiximn
I it u perfectly safe to use Pn all cases,
I and pleasant to the taste, and is the pre-
s u of 01K. ol u,c oldest and liest
VU physicians and nurses in the
United Mates. .Sold everywhere. !
'ecnts a bottle.
i'ocoainc Tor Loss of
vjiii Attn. wri. ij, i.-vnu. i iinr rai
a 1IIV inir wa.Sciining out very fast
a"" . 1 was nearly lmld. 1 was also
troubled with dandruff. 1 began using
I'lirnctt's cocoaine, and my hair iiiunedi-
ately stoppctl coming out. and has con-
staidly been getting thicker. My head
i is uuw eiiurcii irce inim uanuruii. -iy
j wife lias used the cocoaine with cqunllv
j "ralifyinjj results. P. T. I'lall. with P.
SreVeagh & Co.
I'lirnctt s etrncU arc the pimt mm
IIhvc Wistnr's Imlsnm of wild cherrv
aiWaVs at Imml. 11 enrcs coughs, colds,
j bronchitis, whoeninj: couch, croun. in-
' Ihieiita.consHiHption, and all throat and
1 1" Munplnlnl:. ai rents nmlSl a bot-
Fresh candies made daily at the As
toria Candy Factory next door lo
Stevens & Sons hook store ophite the
-j .JlS'"?0' f
I SLSl "IS &,&
Hcforc imrcluuing goods of anybody
t welcome, j win uiauiyMiuw uiv coous,
n0 ,natter whether you buy or net: New
lxoodi5 hy every steamer, b. D.ozigkk.
jEtr-AgooU advertiser particularly
put his show-windows into tha wws
pwr. 3rMot jMjople ''take a look at the
wlvertisemeiits. If they read those of
other iHople. w!iy will they not ee
r-Is costs less to print advertise
ments than to send out salesmen. A
good advertisement is seen and read by
more people in one day. than most sales
men call on in a year.
Jf-.n advertisement tells its own
siorv. It makes no mistakes. as"a solici
tor might do. and states exactly what
the merchant wants to say, neither more
nor les. Advertisements are Imuest
and faithful servants.
jpSf-'ftn hogs n3?'asks an agricul
tural corresjKtndciit. We know of some
Inat don't. TIk-v sub-criln for a pajKT.
nSMl it Tor a few vi-hrs for nothing, and
tJwn mim1 it lwck to the imblislu'r with
tiiel. -M.s inscription. -n-fiisiMl." .Sm-li
ltottsas that iiy nothing to anlody, if
Oh'.v can liclp it.
.r CiiM;ds spuak for theniselves,"
"nil it is only after they are bought that
thev can do so. An object in advertis
ing' is to induct: pitiple to buy them and
test them. If gKMls speak for them
sehes. a giMnl advertisement mn also
sjH-ak for the giHds.
iPc"oiue men can sec things only
retrosiK'ctively. Instead of looking for
ward to what'thej might do they 'only
took back to what they might have done.
Tltev learn from experience, after it has
Inni'me a little late in the day. Such
men are the non-advertisers. 'look
farnicrs were once despised by the sclf
callcd -prn?ticai fanners, but when the
latter saw the former's ciops. they
chauuvd tlicir minds.
r"r ! sun flntlicr n rnnl luiiKrli
lHtsines without advertising. Xo doiiht
ym are douigwell enough foryour pres
ent neitls, but do you forget the panics,
tin exciting elections, the times of war
or iiestilchcc, or any of those many
causes which create dull terms of busi
ness ".' These must he calculated for and
discounted if j ou would bridge them
over. One must make more than ho
nerds, to make a fortune, and advertis
ing is a iwNverftii auxiliary in money
making. tr-0r"Xn man should deprive liiswlfe
and family of a good local paper.
They tin not get oi:t from home to learn
the news as does the husband and father,
and JIh: pajier serves to relieve the other
wise lonely bouse of his absence. It Is
the worst jMissible enconomy to deprive
tlie family of a pleasure so easily and
dteaplj pmenrcd. And yet there are
itHMwhoay that they are too ioor to
lake a jwikt; but they "arc not to poor to
sjhmmI twenty times the price of a paper
every day for whisky and tobacco.
.vo;:h truth tiiax poetry.
Printing in black,
Printing in white.
Printing in colors,
Of sombre or bright.
Printing for merchants,
And land-agents, loo ;
Printing for any
"Who've printing lo do ;
Printing for bankers,
Printing for druggists,
For dealers in wares.
Printing for drapers
For grocers, for all,
Who will send in their J0I13
Or give m a call.
Printing of pamphlets,
Or bigger liooks, loo ;
In fact there are few things
P.ut what we can do.
Printing of labels,
All colors we use, sirs,
3sMicially fit for
Our salmon producers.
Printing by hand,
Printing" by steam,
Printing from type,
Or from blocks by the ream
Printing of placards,
Printing of bills,
Printing of ear-notes
For stores or for mills ;
Printing of forms
All sorts vou can get
Or houses to let.
Printing done quickly,
Pold, stylish or neat.
At the Astoimax Okpics,
On Cass and Fourth street.
ASTOKIAX BUIUILML CASS STKEET
m mm astorias
BEST PAPER FOR OREGON
PRINTED IN OREGON.
C1I.I. AND til-" A COI'Y of this week
J Isnmc to mjiiiI to Mime friend.
I.SSI'KII KVKUV KKIPAV XOUXIXG.
tuTlCIC IN niK ASTORIAN BUILDING.
i. iKf.i.ANi) . - rmi.isiiKn.
I KK Jl- UK .-distill 1TIO.V.
.!.-.: I.y Carrfir it month . Vcta
'in- Ciy. four iH.mtlw $t oo
Ohi- Cf y. l wel vc moMt!t. . oo
;5-AilvTlHciwiits inserted hy the vear
rt. tiH rule of si to per .square imt iminth.
Vivr hs tiHic than one year. $2 SO per square
for the Hist iMrtion. and si ooier square
tor echsubvuunt Iasertlon will be clianred.
WAIt IS IKCIiAKP.l WITIIOI'T
And no tcniis of peace until
every man in Astoria has a new
suit of clothes
nrADt-: by jikaxy.
Iookat the prices:
Paiiu to order from - - SS co
lauLs. Genuine French Cashmere - 12 50
Suits f mm -.-- - -ioj
The fillet line of samples on the coast to
select from. V. .1. 31 KAN Y,
MhIii street, opposite Parker House. Astoria,
PRINTED AND BOUND TO AN SKfi.
L and ruled to any order, at
Tac Astobiax oEeo.
yrr ,; .'.'
eh w, ixcrxKX
Wholesale and Retail Dealer
ETC.. ETC.. ETC.,
BLOCK TIN. PIU LEAD,
FLOATS, MAULS, HANDLES,
TV RPENTIN E. RENZIN E,
GUM HOOTS, RICE. ETC., ETC.,
IN QUANTITIES TO SUIT.
astoieia, - - or !:;.
MRS. 11. A. DERBY,
M SIIMC MAI.!.. - ASTOIM . DUIICJOX.
Witt iiKii Iht h'H stK-l;
Oil Thnrsday, lay 5th, 1881.
A "IX1 ASSOimiKNT )K
The Josephine Seamless Kid Gloves
Warnuitoil to In Hh-IhM in the mnrkrt.
Also.a larxi' assurtiHciit of
Infants Wear ami Ladies Dres
A tarp:irH: irf
NEW MILLINERY GOODS
I'ltrrbaMMl hy herself
Hats, Bonnpfs. Velvets,
Satins, RibLons, Ruchings,
Collars, Etc., Etc.,
.MAIN" .STKKl-rr. - ASTOKIA.OUEfiOX.
EEOiamicD jliucu 2j. 1879,
lil l;Hli Klilflllillr
IILOOil IS THE LIFE!
For this season ot theear with changeable
lunate-, jiri'iiiit all Mrt if ?K,kues.s ue
Till: FNIVKKSAI. CKI.KHKATKI)
OREGON BLOOD PURIFIER.
This Herbal Khisilout. sWentillcally jire
IKired. is raildly gaining in e er city on thb
ast, and the iiuuiy astiHiishiug cures it has
effected have now it.iMLshed its efficacy be
yond a doubt. I'etHcmlier iIilms of the
r.LOOI) OJt LIVEK AND KIDNEY,
A rihmI nu'diciiie Lsalways niH-ejvsao' to effect
a cure. Tr" it : It will help you.
For fHrther hifornmttoii and imrtioulars
see cireiilHr anmud each iMittle. Sold by
Price. jH'r ImiI lh, .! ft) or $." lO for six bottles.
DinctliHLS in English. Cennan. French and
tSHCcesMir 10 RIihnI X. Ie.)
CI-YTSKANIK, - - OREGON.
, Is imiw proHired to reerlve orders for
Copper Handles, Mallets, Etc.
I have li'cn eugagiil in making Moats, etc.,
for the jast five years, and my work has al
ways given satisfaction. I am prepared to
fill all orders promptly, and on .short notice
at the lowest prices, always underselling
other factories according lo quality of goods.
Orders lett with
TRENCH ARI & UPSITUR.
Or addressed to the undersigned, will re
ceive prompt attention. IJ. V. BLOOD,
THIS PAPER E
y lie found nn
at Gko. P.
Jtowux & Co'jj
Nowspancr Advertising Diuvaii (10 Spruce
Stret-ti,v here adver
be mado for It In
1 Ravuial fiy 'y 'Sf
A. V. ALLEN.
C H. PARK.
Page & Allen
(SrCOESSOKS TO E. S. L.UtSE.V.)
Wliolesalennil retail rtetUers In
Glass and Plated Ware,
TROPICAL AND DOMESTIC
FRUITS AND VEGETABLES.
Tlie targest anil most complete stock of
giMxls in their line to le founil la tint city.
Corner ofOass ami Stjueinocqlio Streeti.
IRISH FLAX THREADS
Salmon Net Twine.
Cotton Seine Twine,
Cork and Lead Lines,
Cotton Netting, ail sizes.
Seines Made to Order,
Flax and Cotton Twine,
Fishing Tackle, etc.
511 market Street. San FranclMco
HENRY DOYLE & Co.. Managers.
CHINCHONA RUBRA, AND CALIFORNIA
mm Gil ISA TEST
OF THE AGE.
Sec our local columns tor iarlifti)ar. and
Chas. Stevens & Son
CITY BO OIL STOKE.
In room lately occupied by
Larpst anrl - Best Assortment
Of novelties in the stationary line usually
found in a lintt-class book store, consisting of
BOOKS. FINE STATIONERY,
GOLD PEN GOODS, ALBUMS.
All of which will he sold at prices which
P. S. Tlie latest Eastern and California
periodicals constantly on hand.
CHAS. STEVENS & SON.
Wa E. m-EDrXEXSTT.
DRUGS AND CHEMICALS,
Toilet and Fancy Articles,
PATENT MEDICINES, ETC.
"Syrrescnptlmw careful I v compounded at
"Homeopathic Tinctures and Pellets,
and Humphrey's Specifics also kept.
SEA VIEW HOUSE.
J. I STOUT, - - PROPRIETOR.
North Pacific Reach, Vf. T.,
Will be Open for Visitors July 4, J8SJ.
It Is one mile nearer Hwaco than last season
TAY T1TTI.E. 21. D.
PITYSICTAN AND STJKGE02",
Office Over the White House Store.
Kesidkxck Xext door to Mrs. Momon's
boanlins house, Chenaimu street, Astoria
Q. A- BOWLBY.
AT10RNEY AT LAW.
Chenaiuus Street. - ASTOKIA. OREGO
r Y. FULTOX.
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
ASTORIA - - - OREGON
Office over Page & Allen's store, Cass street
Xp C IIOLDKW,
AUCTIONEER, COMMISSION AND IN
Xji p. mcits.
ASTORIA, .... OREGON.
Rooms In Allen's building up stairs, come
of Cass and Sqemocqhe streets.
"QIC. 31. I. JEXXIXGS,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Graduate University of Virginia, i68
Physician to nay View hospital, Baltimore
Okfick In rage & Allen's building, up
T A. 3IcIXTOSII.
OceiUent Hotel Building,
ASTORLV --- OREGON
T C. OltCIIAKD.
Q II. BAIN 4fc CO.,
Doorw. Windows. Blinds, Traa
Homn, Lumbpr, Etc.
All kiinls of Oak Lumber. Class, Boar Ma
Steam Mill near Weston hotel. Cor. Gn
cviveand Astor streets.
1'HIiKNIIART & SCIIOEX15.
Occident Hotel Hair Dressing Saloon
ASTORIA - OREGON.
liol, Cold, Shower. tfr
Steam and Sulphur -'ufTSS'r
ESSpecIal attention given to ladles' and
children's hair cutting.
Private .Entrance for Ladles.
BOOT ANI SHOE
Ciikn'asius Strekt. opposite Adlert Book
store, - Astoria, Orkqox.
139" Perfect fits guaranteed. All "work
warranted. Give mo a trial. All orders
J. A. BROWN
ItROW.V A. airCAUE,
STEVEDORES AND RIGGERS.
Astoria oniceAt E. C. Holden'a Auction
store. Portland ofllce 2 1 B. street. 13-tl
AT MUSIC HALL,
jEL -SL. QXJIKT--.
2f AIUS. HIIIX FEED AITO HAY
Cash paid for country produce. SmaH
profits on cash sales. Astoria, Oregon, cor
ner of Main and Squemocahe streets.
I. W. CASE,
IMPORTER AND WHOLESALE AND RE
TAIL DEALER IN
Corner Chenamus and Cass streets.
ASTORIA - - - OREGON.
I. T. II.VRrL.VV. T. H. HATCH.
HATCH & BARGLAY,
No. 20 California St., San Francisco, Cat.
Sens: of the Albany Beer!
Respectfully Dedicated to and Soul by
CHAS. GRATTKE, - - - - ASTORIA.
Good evening kind friends, just listen to me.
And when you have heard me, I'm sure
I will give you a story, and .sing It out clear
And the name of my song is the ALBANY
You can find it all round in this city of gold.
And the wav that they make it has never
That's a secret they keep and hold very dear.
For the whole country is drinking that
The brewery is large and the machinery is
And every onler Is sent to you right up to
They get all kinds of orders from far and
And even- one's healthy that drinks AL
For every thing there Iook.s so clean and so
And their beer Ls so sparkling, it cannot be
If vou are feeling bad orthe blues do appear,
You can drive them away by drinking AL
I have an old father, who's now eighty-three.
Ami tliis Ls the advice he tnive unto me.
1 tli Ls is tlie
oke to me
and clear :
He spoke to me kindly with a voice bright
"If you want to be healthy, drink ALBANY
Since then I have done so, and I'm hearty
At the round age of fifty I can always be
At mv daily lalior before the sun does appear
Anil each day and night I drink ALBANY
ALso, on draught, THE CELEBRATED
C. GRATTKE, - - WELCOME SALOON.
Roadway, opposite O. R. & N. Co's Dock.