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About The Daily Astorian. (Astoria, Or.) 1876-1883 | View Entire Issue (June 9, 1881)
Astoria, Oregon, Thursday Morning, June 9, 1881.
The work of the California fish
commissioners has been attended
with the most gratifying results.
The best result has been a cheap
ening: of one of the best and most
desirable kinds of food. The fin
est salmon is so cheap in Cali
fornia that it is within the reach of
every class, and before long shad
will cost uo more than the ordi
nary fishes of the bay. The first
shad were brought to California in
1870 or 1871 by Seth Creen.
Since that time Messrs. Redding
and Throckmorton, of the Califor
nia state fish commission, have
... ,. - w
nrocured additional supplies of
Vyoung shad, and placed them in
the Sacramento. This excellent
fish can now be found any day at
the markets. All along the river
and in the bay fishermen catch
them. The commissioners, have
obtained from the Tinted
States 2,000,000 young shad
from the Hudson and Potomac,
which will be placed in tin .Sacra
mento at Tehama. This supply
Till prettv well stock th' Sacra-
mento and tributaries. Full grown.
r. ..wi ..:..,t. l!,..,i i,w .,.
ill til .iiiu iuiwus ouun a.u . . .v
cently been taken in the Sacra
mento, which hows that they do
quite as well o (hi. . as ...
the streams which fiow into the ;
Atlnntic The commissioners aie '
Atlantic, li.e comnussioue., aie
now giving more than onhnary at-
tention to the introduction of white '
fish from lake Michigan. I lie
white fish, in the language of the
angler, is not game, but for food
is unsurpassed. He does not take
the hook or feed on other fishe.s,
, . . .. .. 1 :
and therefore fails to enlist the ,
admiration of sportsmen. In the In the above paragraph, presitmp
. i ,- r 4. ci. 4i. ..... .tion, fiction and folly are ail promi-
u,u.r,pam.g u. i,.c ii,, w.u ..,.-
missioners ana .1. u. w ooumiry,
superintendent, consider that the!
. ,111 1
experimental stage has been passed, j
yet there is no guarantee that)
white fisb will w bocm.ie .-is
plentiful as salmon or shad.
first vounjr white
, -t m 1 ii
were placed 111 lulare and Clear 1
in iQix. A good many
Have been caujrnt m lvins river
mi- onn Ann i t. : .i
This year 300,000 were obtained
from lake Michigan. T
distributed by placing 150.
Tulare lake; 100,000 in lake Tahoe
and 50,000 in Donner lake.
mountain lakes, where the water
is cool, white fish are at home, but
they thrive in streams where the
temperature of the water is higher.
A full grown fish of the species
weighs about five pounds. The
commissioners have this season
placed in Donner and small lakes
about 50,000 land locked salmon.
The catfish placed in the sloughs
and ponds and tributaries of the
Sacramento are doing remarkably
well. There are said to be
millions of them, and complaint
is even made that there are too
many for other fish. The icd
speckled New England trout and
the McCloud river trout aie- fre
quently taken. The black bass
which were put in Crystal springs
are apparently enjoying life. It
is very doubtful whether they can
be considered, among fishes as a
desirable acquisition to the finny
tribes. The black bass, like the
pike, peckerel and jack fish, is a
ravenous eater and the way he
snaps frogs and small fishes de
lights the anjrler.
The Literary Revolution is
prompt with its edition of the revised
Testament. The British monopolists
unchained their edition on tho morn
ing of May 20th, at 8:30 p. r., the
same day the American edition was
all in type, and of the various editions
of the entire Testament and the Gos
pels published separately, as many
as 50,000 copies a day will be
manfacturcd till the demand is met
The prices for the very handsome
editions, in type nearly double the
size of tho British edition, are as fol fel fol
eows: Tlie New Testament complete
for 10 cents. The Gospels complete
for 7 cents. The Gospels separately,
each for 2 cents. And in various
forms and styles, up to full Turkey
Morocco, gilt edges, for the new and
old versions on pages facing, for 1 50.
This edition is for sale by the leading
booksellers of tlie United States, or
they will be sent by mail on receipt of
price. Liberal terms are allowed to
clubs. Address, American Book Ex
change, 7G Broadway, New York, or
leave your order at The Astoeiax
Did Dr. Willi man Snve Oregon?
The fact., as I luitlierercl thren frn
Dr. Whitman, are about thee: Air.
Webster was strongly in favor f the
Newfound land Cod-jidicry. He was
held in check by tteutoti, Admits and
others. I'entoit had h better knowl
edge of Oregon than "Webster, ii
had been or become unpopular for his
yielding on the eastern or Maine ques
tion with Ashburton. The petition
that had been sent by the tnissiHtaric,
and the statements mad? by different
parties, added to the personal rejre
scntatious of 1-)-. Whitman as to tta
practicaltility of a waj?i route, and
the fact that the Doctor itna4oit in
1830 had taken cow and a wagon to
fort lioiae, and that they could le
taken to the Columbia river. That
fact, sr attirmed by Dr. Whitman,
stopped all sjeciilatin8 about giving
np Oregon till the practical road one-
ttion wa settled. And what doe
Hon. .Jesse Ablegate wiy of Dr.
Whitman in 1843- On the Otth page in
his Cow Column article. "That to no
other individual aie the emigrants of
181:5 so much indebted for the micctm
ful conclusion of their journey, as to
Dr. Marcus Whitman."
To nuiUe her statement appear con
sistent ami true Mr. Victor aay:
1 icgard it a, a shaim that fot all
these yeaiN hi Imum, ami t bos of hK
wife, ami a down of Amrrican citizens
ha Iain in one indc iihmiih! without
decent sepulture. A luotiiiMcnt houM
be erected meiiHriali.ing the tint. ami
lite high eharaclerof the jmiim ipal i
iiui"'. int 1 olijeet to deceit or mis-
coming from the source a
iiioteil. W e Have leti wHitcMOing in t
this whole iliflciiMimi fr the "truth, j
t mid liav titvwMMitWl ieciiittoitv and ex- I
..', .,B',W,dl ZalhTbZSi ,5 X
reasonable mutd. Sheiiajs- in a jennaneiil fcunn: nor will he oli-
I ImxciIk-fuSkKtwuilkleuwIlutt eveij iect to all the reviews and criticisms
lilin),illlltti in-wlnn ..i- jhllt ,,RVl! ,H.ell lir um. 1)L. ma(le ,K.illK
""""Wher. and placed beneath the
i-,jcnalh should Washington territory '
iM' giau occaiisc, ii a ltiotiuittciii is 10
be erected to 11k mcmor. of Dr. Whit-;
man and his w ife. "arcia Whitman, it
'should June foi lis coriMi stone awl!
foundation, tki in. U would ?m a ver
7:101 lifting discovery to make after tn-
1 scribing a certain Icgeml iummi its side. :
I that such legend was entirciv uiiautltr
i - ....1 1... .....- 1 t.i ....... .. 11... i...j
i.t'u iij iwi, nmi nwmi iajw uk- inn-
jorj to unnecessasy ridicule
.M&. fwr ,jidwl
il)fira(ms" iii agree with Iter, and to
caution Washington territory to ;on w,jc, sl,ollli J. completed
tlie ntonumeiit. 1 ictiou m uiUtimting ., .
tjut ajone me jj tmth; amlM"1 ynr " possible, next year
folly to attempt to make people be-1 without fail. -Mr. Villard .says it
neve nor xuwim jumoie a iae 0,110-;
1, .. , . , - .
We have another unite interaatim
,tcu to quote, showing the place He
t -- - - ,
assumes 111 1101 skukjiwt hmmiwiec, - ,
-, ,.. Tl lf . ..,i .JLilawl the srovernmeiit must assure
and how she aiteHt U) exult over
pir. ui-ay and conwe Mr. UlarK. tei
y. , .. -.. 1 .- .
nince 1. mjseir. and such Winers as
Khu0(1 E (;mmMM. jiurnett.Dr.
article in the
if I A 4 l'T.tcrk.i ...ifl .-jut,'.. fcf ifl.imw liil'. 1 -
m- "uu Kxm.k.,! n.ic o.r . niUiHi tr VrJ Hie Count ( utchon wa
.000 iii : tirav. Mr. Mark should not feel hiniM'lf . icorox in rem ill Ht.
' I .:.,.;i...i ,...t ...,. ,.,... 1. ;.., Iu.1., ,.i,- 1 lifc wile. WHS lilttstntted h
. I , "" "
California'i 1 had a'long ' tent feer. from which .site was Irceil by
editJding taking up the sub-1 the use of the native remeily. the repl
eading the controversy t an bark. or. as it was calletl in the
j time been mci
wliinli if ni.rl,r InaA- lull i1m.m " Mr 1
If 1 IIIU fill-
Clark's, article appeared, repealing 11k- C-rateful fm; Iter lecoieiy.mi her return
same iomance,l thought H was tinte to b hun.e m VM. she inlroducwl tlte
make 1 lie fust purest. remedy in .spam, w here it was known
. . .. " -ii i-- 'under varhms names, until Linua'U-s
1 hie ii quite generou in iAIi. ic- ru,,(l chicIkimm. in lumorof the Id
tor to use her superior talent and: , had brought them that which was
knowledge to correct, convince and
console all the gentlemen site names
for having .& m fabd I. S.SSST TUBS
consider positive factK a "fiction, ally cures a imirbid aiiK?tite for siimn
There are many little assertions in her larit-. by lesioring the natural tone of
article that I have omitted to note in ,
nurHciilar hdievimr we liave nuoted
particular, i.ciiewmj we mm qumeti .
sufhcient to show the h hole drift and
object in the despprate attack site has.
iirnamtioil in itiaL-i. nimji 51 muuif. i-ltan.
terorinvlnitwr, ami uior. niwoiiillv ;
,,, A U yf Dr. wlta.
Revs. Walker and Eels. After quot-
t : " : : : i
migration, we mutt not omit
closing paragraph, in which she gives
us to understand her "proofs are not
by any means half exhausted:'
In leply lo Mi. Cray's ieiew of m
article, in which he iiatteriiigl. icle
gates me to a class of paitiphict writers
and newspaper lomHiKira." 1 have
made this further piotest. with tin as
siimuccthat although 1 think tlte ease
is mane clear by wlial is Jieic written.
mypioofsarenotbyain means half ex-
uausicu, iiioiigii me nicc usaii ac
corded to newspaper coiitribtilkm was
moie than exhausted some luite ago.
In roply to Mrs. Victors closing '
notice that "her proofs are not by
any means half exhausted.' we beg to
direct her attention to the standing
challenge found on the fourth page of
W. LI. Grays History of Oregon. I
am aware that 1113' history has many
enemies who keenly feel its cutting
truths that, but for it, would have
boon lost and now since we have so
labored a controversy with Mrs. Vic
tor, and she has attempted to make
so much out of the Ashburton treaty,
we will quote what Mr. Spalding did
say about it; page 289, Grays History
of Oregon, bottom of page: "But
Mr. Webster lived too near cajte Cod
to sec things iu the same light, (his
fellow statesman,) this is not true, as
Dr. W hitman was born in New York,
as I have learned since wc commenced
the monument, who had transferred
his worldry interests to the Pacific
coast. He (Mr. Webster) awarded
sincont' to the missionary, but could
not admit for a moment thai the
short residence of six years could give
the doctor tho knowledge of the coun
try possessed by Governor Simpson,
who had almost grown up in tho
country, and bad traveled every pari
of it, and represents it as an unbrok
en waste of sand, deserts and impass
able mountains, fit only for bears and
the savages. Besides, he had about
traded it off with Governor Simpson,
to go into the Ashburton treaty, for a
cod fishery on Newfoundland." We
do not claim to be a profound gram-
mgso much ot uerattcinjrt to utscanl I A trial wiU-ai:rv tm that thus is lite
the Avhole cirort of Dr. Whitman in j tt luiter in IN' world. "The proof of
relation to lite settlement of Oregon! "?J""l " "' x1? ,mX I
m.,, ii - x 11 i I willingly aiHoe this lest. I-or sale bv
in 1&K5, and his aswataiiee to that 1111- All druggists, Kroeers and liquor dealer
marian, but our common understand
ing of language, and the combination
of words, lead us to conclude that Mr.
Webster, in the statement he made to
Dr. Whitman, instead of referring to
a treat "to le made," as Mrs. Vic
tor claims, referred distinctly to one
that had already been made with Ash
burton, and upon that erroneous idea
she based her attack upon Mr. Spal
ding, Dr. Whitman, my history, and
all who agree with me in the construc
tion or understanding of Mr. Webstors
words as repeated to Mr. Spalding, W.
If. C'ray, and probably other, by Dr.
The Doctor nevi sought an interview
with President Tyler who at once ap
preciated his solicitude and his timely
representations of Oregon, and es
pecially his disinterested though haz
ardous undertaking to cross the Rocky
mountains in the winter to take back
a caravan of wagonB, which he ac
complished. We have nnother item
of Mrs. Victor's wisdom, she says.
1 do not pretend to a what was the
object of Mr. (Jrav in adopting the
fiction which lie has" iuiHed upon tlie
world a-. historv. Uut lht 1 doa. and
can substantiate it : that until Mr. Cray,
alKHit 18tW, set thi -tor athat. uoImmIj
had e er Iieard of it.
Mrs. Victor presumes in the above
stateoiont that Mr. ("ray and every
body in Oregon are as ignorant of ail
tlie tacts ne nas given in nis mstory,
as she has proved herself to be in all
she has written about Oregon, early
history, and the long list of treaties
quoted, and in her ticticious River of
the West. Mr. Gray was not idle in
noting facts from the time he under
took the journey to Oregon till he
published his historv in 1870. Not to
boast; he will say, no living or dead
TlftrsoI1 Illw11 ,1,:- coast has had a butter
opnortunifV to learn its historv, and
.. i 1 T.r..i :.
monument for future ages to review
ncsiK'ctfullj, etc etc W. II. :
How it Sounds.
Walla -walla 1'hmhi.
Commissioner French, while at
Ainsworlh recently, telegraphed
to President Hillings f the North
ern Pacific railread: ''Let me
urge that all your energies be put
into the work ol tlie VJascade li vis-
win ue uuui avilihjui i;iu, in biiuuiu
have added, and at once. Delay
js suicide. The people require it,
- .. .1 !?!.. Ml. 11
it to tiunn as specuuy as osJioie.
; tin .stwuish
r an intermit
language f tlM' tfllUltn, "OllIllllHillH.'
more precious than the gold of thelneas,
To this da, after a lapse of two him-
iih'omwch. ii auaeks excessive ioe
l,f bPor as it does a fever, and destroys
1(Cl nIikt. Tht. jMm.rfi lolljc xirjIM.
of ,jM. nIK.HIIR j preserved in the
Permian Bitter, which arc as eflTcctiw
af:iiiist malarial fccr lo-dav a -i thev
....... :.. .1... .1... ..r .1 1:1 . 1 1.
Kf"" "' '" Mwm
,M,r,., a,i 0f the host known qunlily.
Srotbci-s, Mothers !! lothcrs ! ! !
Are ou disluricdat night audbnkeu
of otir rest b a sick child suffering
aiMtcrxiiig with the excruciating im
of cutting tecihf 11 so. go at once and
get a Ixdtle T Mrs. YYiiislow's So(thuig
.Syni, it will relieve 1 he poor littlo suf
ferer imiediatel dcKMid ujion it;
,t s mother on earth who has ever
mere is 110 nusiake atiout it. 1 here is
Uscd it, who will not I'd I ou at once
that it will regulate the bowels, and
gie rest to tlie moiher, ami relief and
health to tlte child, operating like magic.
It iw erfceth safe to use in all cases,
and pleasant to tlte taste, and is the pre
scription of bne oi the oldest and heal
female physicians and nurses in the
United fctate.s. Sold everywhere. !"
cents a IxtlUe
An lnrlalled Ilair Iresins.
Producing is rich and cleanly apiear
ance as if natuie alone had imparted t.
Uainett's t'ocoaine is the best and
cheapest hair dressing kills dandruff,
allays irritation, and promotes a vigor
ous and lrcaltln growth of the hair.
Xo other compound produces these re-
The superiority of Burnett's llavoring
extracts consists in their perfect purity
and great strength. They are warrant
ed free from the ioi.soiious oils and
aci-ls which enter into the composition
of many of the factitious fruit llavors
now in the market.
Have Wistar's balsam of wild cherry
always at Itand. It cures coughs, colds,
bronchitis, whooping cough, croup, in
llucnza, consumption, and all throat and
lung complainks. r0 cents and l a bot
tle. Irof. A. L. Francis, the experienced
and popular piano tuner, arrived last
evening. He will remain in thecitv one
week. He is prepared to furnish the
best pianos and organs now made in the
cast All orders left at the Occident
hotel will be promptly filled.
Having made arrangements in Xew
York ami San Francisco for the pur
chase ot all my goods, my facilities for
buying are such as to enable me to
undersell all others. I defy competi
tion. S. Danziger, San Francisco cloth-
Ing store, Astoria.
jjETAgood advertiser particularly
puts his show-windows Into the news
par. -.Mo3t people "take a look at the
adert Omenta.' If they read tho-e of
oilier people why will they not .mm?
rer-ls costs less to print advertise
ments than to send out salesmen. A
good advertisement is neen ami read by
more iieople in ow da,than mot sales
men call on in a year.
JfCrAn advertisement tells its own
storv. 1 1 makes no mistakes, as a solici
tor niight do. and states exactly what
the merchant wanUto ay, neither more
nor less. Advertisements an honest
and faithful servant.
?3r"Do hogs pay' asks an agricul
tural correspondcHtr We know of iue
tnat don't. Thei siibscrilH? for a pajer.
read it Tor a few vcars for nothing, and
then send it back to the publisher with
the T. M. inscription, -refused." Such
hogs as that pay nothing to auvlod,if
ihev can help it.
J-fc Goods spoak for themselves,"
t It is only after I'.iey are bought that
torn can do so. An object In advert is
i !:- to indttee people to buy them and
tc them. If goods speak 'for theiu-sclvi-.
a giMMl advertisement may also
speak fr thegofals.
J5r-Soine men cau sec things only
retio-jtocthely. Instead of looking for
waid to what 'they might do they only
look back to what they might have done.
Tho k-.irn from eviK-rience, after it has
Irccomc a little late m the day. .Such
men arc the iMin-adverlLser. "iJook
f.irmcrs were once despised by the self
called -praiticai" farmers, but'when the
latter miw the former's crops, they
changed their minds.
" "1 am doing a good enough
business without advertising." Xo dotibt
j on are doing well enough foryour pres
ent needs, but do you forget the panics,
the exciting elections, the times of war
or pestilence, or any of. those many
causes which create dull terms of busi
ness? These must becalculatcd forand
discounted if you would bridge them
over. One must make more than he
needs, to make a fortune, and advertis
ing is a iowerfui auxiliary in money
making. 5E2rXo man should deprive his wife
and family of a good local paper.
They do not get out from home to learn
the news as docs the husband and father,
ami the paper serves to relieve tlieother
w ise lonely house of his absence. It Is
tlie worst possible encouomy to deprive
the fa mil of a pleasure so easily and
cheaply procured. And yet there are
tiKwcwho hay that they are too poor to
lake a paper: but they are not to poor to
spend twenty times theprice of a paper
every day for whisky and tobacco.
UORi: TRUTH Til AX POETRY.
Printing in black,
Printing in white.
Printing in colors,
Of sombre or bright.
And land-agents, too ;
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 job3
Or give us a call.
Printing of pamphlets,
Or bigger books, too ;
In fact there are few tilings
But what we can do.
Printing of labels,
All colors we use, sirs,
Especially 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 car-notes
For stores or for mills ;
Printing of forms
All sorts vou ean get
Or houses lo let.
Printing done quickly,
Bold, stylish or neat,
At the AsTouiAX Okxick,
On Cass and Fourth street.
ASTOKIA.N nUrLDINfl. CASS ST It EST
THE WEEKLY ASTOBIAU
BEST PAPER FOR OREGON
OAI.I. AXI) OITT A COPY of UiUweek'a
Issue to send to MMnc frieml.
lSUF.n F.VKIIV FltlUW MOUNINO.
OiTlCE IX THE ASTOIHAX ItUILDIXG.
t.- iitt:r.A.xi - - rimi.!SHi:it.
tki:m or t iuncki itio.v.
MT..-.5 by Curler per month . a"ts
OHe diy, foriHuntl.. i oo
One Copy, twehe moMle; .
fc3SrAderti'inents inNerted oy the ear
it the rate of ft wo icr square per nio'nth.
ror Ws time than one year. 52 Micrsqiutfe
for the first Insertion, and $t ooper souare
tor eachsubseuuent In.sertlon t!l be chaired.
1VAK IS DI'CLARKD WITHOUT
And no tonus of peace until
every man in Astoria has a new
suit of clothes
3IADI: RY JtKAXY.
Iook at the prices :
I":uits to order from - - SS Co
Iants, Genuine French Ca.sslmere - V' 50
Suits from - -- -- -2500
The finest line of samples on the coast to
select from. P. j. MEANY,
Main street, opposite Parker House. Astoria.
PRINTED AND BOUND TO ANx' $IZ,
aad ruled to any order, at
Thk Abtobijut oCm
PRINTED IN OREGON.
Wholesale and Retail Dealer
BLOCK TIN. PIG LEAD,
COTTON TWINE, .
FLOATS, MAULS. HANDLES,
GUM HOOTS. RICE. ETC., ETC.,
IN QUANTITIES TO SUIT.
ASTORIA. - - OUIXSOU'.
MRS. H. A. DERBY,
WIS! "I-!! her nr xtin'1.
On Tteflay, May 5th,' 1881.
Consist mg f
A FIXi: ASSOKTMI'.XT OF
The Josephine Seamless Kid Gloves
WanaiittM t In the In-st in the market.
Also, a larjte assortment of
Infants Wear and Ladies Dres
A large variety oi
NEW MILLINERY GOODS
Purchased by herself
Satins, Ribbons, Ruchings.
Collars, Etc., Etc.,
MAIX STKKI-rr. - ASTOMA.OKEfiOX.
BLOOD IS THE LIFE!
For thi season of the ear with eliangeable
eliinate. inn enl all 4lrl of Meknevt iw
Till: UNIVKIWAI. CKLKItKATED
OREGON BLOOD PURIFIER.
'I lib. Herbal Kinudoni. tfietiliflcally pre
paretl. U rapidly gainhn; in e ery city on ihls
coast, and the many aMonlMiing cures it has
effected have now etaldinhed its efficacy be
j ond a doubt. Kemember diseases of tho
BLOOD OR LIVER AND KIDNEY,
A god medicine Ltalva s iieecvnry to effect
a cure. Trv it : it will help on.
I'or further iHfonnntion and particulars
ee circular anmnd each bottle. Sold by
Price, per ltotlle, $t 90 or $T 00 for iK bottles.
Directions in English, Cennan. French and
tSiiecosor to HIcmmI & Ie.)
I imiw prepared to receive orders for
Copper Handles, Mallets, Etc.
I have been engaged in making floats, etc.,
for the nst nc ears.niul my work has al
ways gifn satisfaction. I am prepared to
fill all orders promptly, nnd on short notice
at the lowest prices, always underselling
other factories according to quality of goods.
Orders left with
TRENCILVRD & t'PSHUR.
Or addressed to the undersigned, will re-
ccl e prompt attention.
may be found on
file nt Geo. P.
Rowixx. & Co's
Bureau (10 Spruce
Street ),wiicre stiver
t Ulng contracts may
be made for It In
nEOJBTERED stuscuij. 1379.
A. V. ALLEX.
O. H. PAGE.
Page & Allen
(SUCCESSORS TO K. S. lAKSKX.)
Wholesale and retail dealers in
Glass and Plated Ware,
TUOl'ICAI AXD DOMF.ST1C
FRUITS AND VEGETABLES.
Tlie Urgest and most ooinjilete stock of
goods iu their line to te found In the city.
Corner of Ca ami Squeinoeqhe Streets.
IRISH FLAX THREADS
Salmon Net Twine.
CottGn Seine Twine,
Cork and Lead Lines,
Cotton Netting, all sizes.
Seines Made to Order,
Flax and Cotton Twine,
Fishing Tackle, etc.
311 Market Street. Snn FrnuelHco
HENRY DOYLE & Co.. Managers.
CHtNCHONA RUBRA, AND CALIFORNIA
of Tin: AGE.
See our local columns lor particular", and
Ghas. Stevens & Son
CITY BOOK STOKi:.
In room lately occupied by
Of novelties Iu the stationary line usually
found in a first-class book store, consisting of
BOOKS. FINE STATIONERY,
(JOLO PEN GOODS. ALBUMS.
All of which will be sold at prices which
P. S. Tlie latest Eastern and California
periodicals constantly on hand.
CIIAS.STEVENS & SON.
Wi E. XiES'OTJa-CI-T-.
DRUGS AND CHEMICALS,
Toilet and Fancy Articles,
PATENT MEDICINES, ETC.
E2rPrescnpt"ons carefully compounded at
""Homeopathic Tinctures and Pellets,
and Humphrey's Specifics also kept.
SEA VIEW HOUSE.
J. L. STOUT, - - PROPRIETOR.
North Pacific Beach, "W. T.,
Will be Open for Visitors July 4. 18S7.
It Is one mile nearer Ilwaco than last season
JAY TUTTUe, Ml .
PHTStGIAN A2JD SURGEON,
Office Over the White House Store.
Rf.sidej.-ck Next door to Mrs. Munsoa'B
boarding house, Chenanius street, Aatorli
Q. A. BOWLBY.
ATl'ORNEY AT LAV.
Chenamus Street. - ASTOKIA. OREGO
Q W. Fl'I,TOX.
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
ASTOItLV - - - OREGON
Office over Page &. Allen' store, Cass street
"P C. IIOLiDKX.
AUCTIOXEER, COMMISSION AND IN
"P I. HICKS.
ASTORIA, ---- OREGON.
TlrvnilW In AllotlV hlllliltnorun ctalra m
of Caw and Sqemocqhe streets.
TTR. 3f. I. JEXXTXGS.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Graduate University of Virginia, issa
PhVSlclan to ILlV VIpw linanltnl TtxHImnM
Office In Page & Alleu'n buUdlng. up
T A. McIXTOSH.
Occident Hotel Building.
ASTORIA - - - OREGON
T C. OKCIIAKD,
Q II. IIARi &. CO..
UoorM, Windows, BlladJt. Traa
HOraK, Lumber. Etc. ,
All Kind-i of Oak Lumber, Glass, Boat Ma.
Steam Mill near Weston hotel. Cor. Gad
evive and Astor streets.
BIILEXnAnT &. SCIIOEE.
Occident Hotel Hair Dressing Saloon
ASTORIA - OREGON.
Hot, i'olri. Shower,
Steam and Sulphur
"Special attention iriven to ladles' and
children's hair cutting.
mvaie tnirance tor unites.
BOOT AITO SHOE
CHEXAMU8 Street, opposite Adler's Book
Store, - ASTORIA, UREQOX.
V3J Perfect fits euaranteed. All work
warranted. Give me a trial. All orders
W. U. JlVAUK,
J. A. BROWN
BROWN & McCAUE,
STEVEDORES AND RIGGERS.
Astoria office At E. C. Ilolden's Auction
store. Portland office 24 Ii street. 13-tf
AT MUSIC HALL,
ES. j3l.. XJINKT.
IVAIIS. 3III.I PEKD AW HAY
Cash paid for country produce. SmaH
profits on casti sales. Astoria, Oregon, cor
ner of Tdaiii and Sntieniocuhc streets.
I. W. CASE,
IMPORTER AND WHOLESALE AND RE
TAIL DEALER IN
Comer Chenamus aad Cass streets.
ASTORIA - - - OREGON.
P. T. BARCLAY.
T. H. HATCH.
HATCH &. BARCLAY,
No. 20 California St., San Francisco, Cat.
Sons of the Albany Beer!
Respectfully Dedicated to and Sold by
CHAS.ORATTKE. - - - - ASTORIA.
Good evening kind friends, just listen to me.
And w hen you have heard me, I'm sure
I will give you a storv, and sing It out clear
And the name of my song Ls the ALBANY
You can find it all round iu this city of gold.
And the way that they make It has never
That's a secret they keep and hold very dear.
For the whole country is drinking that
Tlie brewery Ls large and the machinery Is
And every order Is sent to you righs up to
They get all kinds of orders from far and
And every one's healthy that drinks AL
For every thing there looks so clean and so
And their beer is so sparkling, it cannot be
If vou are feeling bad or the blues do appear.
You can drive them away by drinking AL
I have an old father, who's now eighty-three,
And this is the advice he gave unte me.
He spoke to me kindly with a voice bright
and clear :
"If you want to be healthy, drink ALBANY
Since then I have douc so, and I'm hearty
At the round age of fifty I can always be
At my dally labor before the sun does appear
And each day ami night I drink ALBANY'
Also, on draught, THE CELEBRATED
C. GRATTKE, - - WELCOME SALOON,
Roadway, opposite O. R. & N. Co's Dock.