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Astoria, Oregon, Thursday Morning. June 16, 1881.
PROPOSED IMPROVEMENT BY
THE OREGON RAILWAY
PETITIONS FROM RESCUE EN
GINE COMPANY NO. '2.
KKI'OKT OF COMMITTKE ON WATER
ltEPOUT OF THE COMMITTEE ON
WAYS AND MEANS UPON THE
TAX LEVY fur isi.
MORE GROUND WANTED FOR CEME
WEST-SIXTH STREET MATTERS
OIL, Oil OIL AND, WATER MIXED
WANTED FOR THE STREET
ANOTHER EFFORT TO RE MADE TO
IMPROVE DANGEROUS STREETS.
Couucil met in regular session
June 14, 1S81, Mayor D. 0. Ire
Councilmen present Baker,
Halm, Headington, Spexartli, Tay
lor, and Wright, full board.
In attendance If. H. Cardwell,
auditor and clerk, and W. .1. Barry,
chief of police.
Minutes ol hist regular anu
special meetings were approved. "
From Oregon Railway and Navi
gation company, asking pel mission
to fill in the 'gap between their
upper and lower docks by pil'iisr,
etc., was read and on motion re
forrofl in enmmittce on wharves
and water frontage.
From Rescue Engine company
No. 2, asking the council to pass
an ordinance preventing wagons
etc. from passing over their hose
while at drills and alarms, was on
motion referred to committee on
fire and water.
Also, from Rescue Engine yom
nanv No. 2, asking the council tin
privilege of taking their engine to
Portland on the Fourth of July,
to be absent thirty-six hours; was
read and without motion leferred
by the Mayor to the committee on
fire, and water with power to act
Following is the petitien:
AvroitiA, June llili, 3l.
To the Hon. Mayor and Common Coun
cil of. the city of Astoria.
Gentlemen: After four years of
faithful service as volunteer Gremon m
our city, to the best of our ability,
and to your knowledge of how well re
have performed that duty, whether it
was in the dark hours of midnight or
the noondays broad glare; as firemen
and fellow citizens we come before
your honorable body with this heart
felt prayer ot petition, irom every
member of our company, asking that
your honorable body give our com
pany the privilege of taking our ele
gant Silsby steamer from the city for
the space of thirty-six hours. With
that just pride as tiremen, of which we
are so justly proud of our olegant en
gine, we wish to cxniuit iouic pcupic
of Oregon that which, as well as our
company, the Hon. Common Council
and the citizens of the city of Astoria
aro proud of possessing, and to assure
your honorable body that as firemen
and taxpayers of our city; and that we
are as desirous ot the weitare anu pro
tection of our city as it is possible for
firemen to be, we will place in the
city, at our own expense, five good
and tried members of our company,
and more if the chief engineer and
your honorable bod' think it neces
sary, as a constant fire patrol day
and night during our absence from the
city. And now trusting that with
this assurance and your knowledge of
our company in the performance of
its 'duties, your honorable body will
grant our prayer.
"We remain, your obedient firemon
of Rescue Engine company No. 2, and
fellow citizens of the city of Astoria.
Signed, with the seal of the company
S. C. Uenxek, President.
K. Z. Fkegusox, Secretary,
Wm. McCormick, Treasurer,
J. W.Sukpbexaxt, Foreman,
C. II. Stockton, 1st assistant,
A. McKixzie, lid assistant,
1). S. Woksi.ey, Engineer.
,). D. MERRIMAN,
J. II. D. Gray,
F. L. Paiiker,
P. IIuney, Committee.
From E. A. Quinn, calling the
attention of the council to the ter
rible stench existing under and
back of the bulding known as the
Sherman market, or butcher shop.
Was read and on motion referred
to committee on health and police.
From Western Union Telegraph
company, asking the right to put
up teleghaph poles and line along
the roadway. Was reau anu on
motion referred to committee on
streets and public ways.
REPORTS OF COMMITTEES.
Report of committee on streets
and public ways, on the matter of
improving "Water street was read.
The motion to receive said report
and place the same on file was
lost. The following is the repert:
Astoria, June 14th, 18S1.
To the Hon. Mayor and Common Coun
cil of the City of Asteria:
Wo vour committee on streets and
public ways to whom was referred the
matter in regard to repairing Water
street, with instruction to consult with
property owners along Water street,
as to the best manner of ropairing
said street to the satisfaction of both
the owners and the city council,
weuld respectfully repert:
That wo liHve consulted with the
property owners anil have come to the
conclusion, that it is quite useless
to attempt to repair swid stieet in any
manner, as the owners, that is a ma
jority of them, are opposed to any
repairs, and we would suggest that the
city council will take step to declare
said street a public nuisance and close
the same up.
Committee on -4 root.-. and imWic ways.
Report of committee on ways
and means upon the matter of
lowing tax for the year 1SS1 was
read and on motion ordered re
ceived and placed on file. The
following is the repert:
To the Hon. Mxor ami Common
council of the city of Asteria:
We your coinniitte on ways and
means have estimated the prolwble
cxponses and receipts of this city for
the year ending June tiO, 1SS2, ami
report that we mm me iimnmo. i
Outstanding warrants. ...$ .""
Bonus lotted July 17K pWe
luivifiRi 2,.00 09
Interest on bonuS payable .laly
lntcre-l on bonds pwy"4e Jiiij
Estimated oxpene tor year
cmll ii Jump lfi W. '
From licences etc.;l8,ow wu
Cash in trowwy.. 1, M U.W0 W
tiec as provided by the city charter,
that the common council propose tore
pair that part of Water street in Shive
lys Astoria, lying between West-sixth
street and the west end of said Water
street, by removing all defective piles,
stringers", caps or other timbers, and
substituting therefor new ami so mm
piles, stringers, caps or other timbers,
similar to those used in the construe
t;n nf.tlif original roadway on said
street, and by the removal of all de
fective planks on saiu portion oi ss-u
street, and substituting therelor new
and sound plank of not less than three
inches in thickness; said improvement
to be made at the expense of the ad
Presented by Frank .1. I ay lor,
June 14, 18S1.
The following claims against
citv went ordered paid by war
K. It. Ilawes S 1 00
Clias. Stevens & Son j
ThosLngnn (salary; -Jg
Theo. Iiroeinsvcr 2Z us
The Daily Astoui.vn in
Aug. Miller isnlnry) m m
Bill of E. C. Ilolden for servic
es as city assessor, for 220, was
on motion laid over for want of an
BillofMrs. Margaret McCaun for
tide land in front of lots o and -1,
block 112, on which is constructed
the roadway; the amount of the
bill being $1,500; was on motion
referred to committee on streets
A Fair Proposition.
From this date the Astoria photograph
alien will conduct business on the
following plan. We. will take negatives
of aiiv ladv and everybody that, will
favor iis with a call, we will print a
nroornf the Mime free of charge, no one
IieiiiK under any obligation to order
from such negative, unless they de-ire
to do so.
We will take the Astoria engine eom
ii5p mill all Indues and societies, any
time thev will aemb!e for the purio-e,
and present each lodge or society with
one picture of such group, either taken
all together or in separate pictures ami
v iii int-c view.-, of residences and
buildings, hotels, canneries, nulls, etc,
onthesametenns viz: We will take
the neeatives free of charge.
We do tnis in order that our work
shall stand on its merits, as we are pre
immltoflo good work. No one need
wait until they go to San Francisco.
I'oi.i.owixo aki: en: rr.it-Ks:
xc r full loiieth boudoirs...?!! W -l "
cabinets... 4 00 '2 ."K
cards - r-d 1 50
Uwst pictures and boudoirs. 7 i0 ." 00
Vienettes cabinets " t " 00
inls aw) -2W
Tno. (J. IIiaHUCt & ('.
A. V. ALLEN.
C. H. PAGE.
To Iilvt Men.
a lomiiit in 1m iaki bv tax or
otherwise l'' ' and nublio why.
The taxable property as roturned B consent 0f tl,e council Ex
by the board of EqwiiliMtioii is $ ,- f .. j D q nmd. a
(".S 000 and wo woukl recomniouu y - . , . ri i
SZicSp,. ordinanco levying few remarks in lPf"f
a general tax of three mills on each J mg improvements of est-Mtli
'dollar, amounting to $,114, anda.street.
special lax of three mill on each! On motion of Councilman A right
dollar to piv Inmds due and interest. tie couneil adjourned until Sutur
This uould leave a lloating debt of oveinsr, .hme IS, 18S1.
$.VJ!7 to le provided for in the fu-! - g .
ture, and v.e think that by proper -j Bennett at Pan.
economy the amall floating debt can lwr- """-
be paidbv a four r five null tax in Vienna SakMiblat!.
1882. , Tho winter races at Pan gather
RpflKr,MiS!S"2!,!i:ii.Tf 1 the first spot ting circles of France
Fkank J.KTayi.oi:. 1 1 a ,onS sojourn. An organizs-
CiHHinftipe' on Wavswid J4eM. t:(n 0f tj,e best standing manages
Keport of the boanl of equali'- the trottjn rsCes. which, as the
ation Mibmitun- me 'ljsocietvfor the enCouragemcnt of
ll rlCRl tn flirt r-ni:nml lor ac-l :n'"-v 1U1 l" o
ceptance was read and on motion! the nobler qualities of the horse,
ordered received and placed on has met with great success. Pau
file. j has in consequence become a
kkpokts r oFFiiKit. L,rtir51i ixnint of snortiiifr interest.
ut........ j- 4- - ij
I'm- Astoimax has now reached a
circulation which places it at the heail
of the list of Oreuon dailies, and insures
to advertisers thereof more benefit for
the amount paid than ma be secured
elsewhere. To thoe who vili to reach
the lareet number of readers at the
smal lot expense, we offer the columns
of an attractive daily, the success of
which from the very start ha been far
lieyonil the expectation, of the most
ir .! t.. York- the noted orator of
rlifnrin!i. will be here about the '-tKb
of this month on his way loea-tern ()n
uon and Wa..hiii!iton territory. at which
time he will icak on In.m'rsoll-. hilidel
ityand its results.
otiro to Fishenneii.
From one to 1JXH) ixmuds r black
simwn from sturgeon wanted. Cash
id at J.T. Uour-iiitus Dew Drop Inn.
Wholesale and Retail Dealer
ETC.. ETC.. :ETC.
BLOCK TIN. PIG LEAD,
I NET LINES,
FLOATS, .MAULS, HANDLES,
GUM BOOTS. RICE. ETC., ETC.,
IN QUANTITIES TO SUIT.
ASTOKIA, - - OREGOX.
Page & Allen
(successorsto e. s. larskk.)
Wholesale and reUUl tleaJers tn
TAY TETTI.E, M. B.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Office Over the "White House Store.
TtEsiDENCK Next door to Mrs. Munsoa's
boarding house, Chenamus street, Astorti
I Q. A. BOWLBY.
ATTORNEY AT LATV.
Chenamus Street. - ASTOKIA. OIlEQO
f IV. FUXiTOX,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
ASIOBIA. - OBEGON
OfBce over rage & Allen's store, Cass street
jp C. HOIiDEN.I
AUCTIONEER, COMMISSION AND IN
Glass and Plated Ware,
TROPICAL AD DOMESTIC
FRUITS AND VEGETABLES.
Wines, lipors, Toliacco Ciears
The largest anil most complete stock of
goods in their line to te found in the city.
Comer of Cass and Squemocqhe Strpet?,
P P. HICKS.
ASTORIA, --- - OREGON.
Rooms In Allen's building up stairs, come
of Cass and Sqemocqhe streets.
T. M. I. JEXXIXGS,
THYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Graduate University of Virginia. 1W8
rhyslclan to Bay View hospital, Baltimore
Office la Page & Allen's building, up
TT A. ItlcIKTOSH.
Occident Hotel Building.
ASTORIA - - - OREGON
Report of V. .1. Barry, chief of
nolice. upon llicinntterofappoint-
inr T. J. Broderick and Win. M. OI
Beasley us regular ohccineii,
was rc:ul. and on motion referred
The prince of Beam has, besides,
one of the best hunting ranges 111
France, and the hunts, to which
cverv stranger is welcome; are
to committee on henlth and police, j aturally a conspicuous attraction
Report of Peter Kuncy, police .; piu .,ames Gonlon Bennett,
judge, lor the inontli 01 iiny, 1001, j Ameriran, has settled
was read, and on motion ordered 1 -l li r,u" '" '
received and placed on file. j himself it: the former residence of
Report of Thomas Logan, i Hcnrv IV., and his extravagances,
superintendent of streets, for May, ina(e )5rht by the ownership of mil-
1881, was read and ordered re- ye ;n . degrec dam-
ceivcd and placed on lile. ' , v.,t
nf Ar An., Millar, citr aged Tau. For example, Lennett
sexton, for May, 1SS1, was read j engaged the lcnna Capelmeisler
and ordered received and placed; gtrauss, with his entire company, at
on file. !an lionornrinin of 110.000 francs,
MMrxirATiox. Fan, where he played
From citv sexton, calling Uic at- . , ..
tention of the council to the want a series of concerts, at uliieh all
of more room in the city cemetery, Pau were guests. Mr. Mackey,
was read, and on motion referred! (j,e American nabob who, with his
The Count Ciiiehon was the SiiuiiinIi
Viceroy in Pern in nr. The Counter,
his wire, was irotrateil ly an inlenuit
lent fever, f row hii-h : she wa rrceil by
llieiiM'of the nstive remedy. Hie IVni
vian bark. or. a it was called 111 the
laiHjuiiucof the eouniry, QuIinntiii-
Cralefi'il for her recovery, on her return
to Ktuime in" list.', she introduced the
remeilv in Simin. where it was known
under "various nami's. until Liinueus
called it Cinejionn. in honor of the lady
wlinliml broiii!ht lhem that which was
more precious than the sold of lite Inca.
To this dav. after a lap-e of two hun
dred and tfftv car, M-lenee has iven
ii. nolhliiK to take Us place. 11 elTertu
ally cures a morbid appetite for stimu
lants, bv restoring the natural tone of
the stomttch. It attacks excosive loe
of liquor :ts it doc a fever, and destroy j
botli alike. The powerful tonic irlue 1
of tho Cinchona is iiroerveu in uie
Peruvian Hitters, which are as ctfeclive
aeainst malarial fever to-ilay as they
were in the das of the old Spanish
Yicerovs. we guarantee the. inarotii
ents of thee bitters to be absolutely
pure, and of the best known quality.
A tnnl will atisfv you that this is the
best bitter in the world. -The proof of
the pudding is in the caliii".,.and we
willinujv abide this test. For sale by
all dnmiMs. arocers and liquor dealers.
Ordi r it.
(5eo. Hill, proprietor and manuser.
Krecl (Sere, staje manager. A. Ost rainier,
leader otorehestra. Ceo. Lambert, leader
of brass band. Nickerson onee more to
the front, and will manipulate the lone.
Mr. .Ino. C(Kk will olhciaic wiin tin
MRS. II. A. DERBY,
MAsOXKMlAI.! - ASTOKIA. OREGON.
Will H'H iMT llfW StMl.
Oo ThHfsflay, May 51, 1881.
a riXK As.siirr.MKXT ok
The Josephine Seamless Kid Gloves
Warranted l'e H int hi the market.
Also, a lan;e :isMrlmeiit of
Infants Wear and Ladies Dres
A larr variflx ir
NEW MILLINERY GOODS
1'HrrliHMMl by hiT-olf
T . OIICKARD,
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, Kan Francisco
HENRY DOYLE & Co.. Managers.
Q H. BAIN & CO.,
Door. Windows, Blinds, Tras
hotuh. Lumber, Etc.
All kind? o Oak Lumber. Glass, Boat Ma
Steam Mill near Weston hotel. Cor. Gen
evlve and Astor streets.
UIUjBXIIART & HCHOESE.
Occident Hotel Hair Dressing Saloon
ASTOKIA - OKEOON.
Hoi, Cold, Shower,
Stenm and Sulphur
-Special attention given to ladles ana
children's hair cutting.
Private Entrance for Ladles.
to committee on public property. ( 0rce.s costumed balls, etc., lias
From W. S. Newberry m ami p . u, his
' .. - . .!.- ...:r,v in pn I it lunnr tlioni Air.
hn itv poinip.il nti ol iccr oi iiiei ' '
Hats, Hon nets. Vol vets,
Satins, Ribbons, Ruchings,
Collars, Etc., Etc.,
MAIN hTKKKT. - ASTOKIA. OREGON.
CHINCH0NA RUBRA, AND CALIFORNIA
BOOT ANI SHOE
Chenamus Stukh1. opposite Adlert Book
store, - astoiua. Obeoon.
lay- Perfect fits guaranteed. All work
warranted. Give me a trial. All onleis
city ol" Astoria tobe present an J j Bennett jtrraniretl a ball, enirS,,,S
participate in the coming Fourth! nrvate express tr.iins which
of July eclebnition was read, and . , ht fronl
on motion the auditor and clcrR . .
was instructed to acknowledge the, cities, also fro.ii
receipt of the inv
Paris and other
..:.. .wl ,.. ' nf P.-m. M brilliant comnanv. 1 he
iiniiwn rtii .-, .-- ,
spcctfull3' decline, as our eity will
also celebrate the dav.
On motion of Councilman
Tavlor the matter of improvement
of West-sixth street was referred
to the committee on street and
Lic.rrrixr. ti:kkt lamps.
On motion of councilman Txyloi
the auditor and clerk was instruct
ed to give notice inviting bids for
furnishing oil, etc., for the street
lamps of the city for one year.
ronirnATiON or okdix antics.
On motion of Councilman
Wright the matter of having tbe
ordinances of the city printed,
was referred to committee on rules
PROPOSED STitKin" IMPROVEMENTS.
The following resolutions were
offered by Councilman Taylor and
on motion adepted:
Jicsoltcd. That the auditor ami clerk
bo and lie is hereby instructed to give
notice as provided by the city charter,
that tho common council propose to
repair that part of Scpiomocqlm stroet
in McClures Astoria from the vost
Bide of Cass street in said city to the
east line of said Squemocqlm street by
removing all defective piles, strimiers,
caps, or other timbers, and substitut
ing therefor new and sound piles,
stringers, caps, or other timbers, simi
lar to those used in the construction
of the original roadway on said street,
and by the removal of all defective
nlnnk'on said portion of said street
and by the substituting therefor of
new and sound nlank of not loss than
three inches in thickness. Said im
provements to be made at the expense
of the adjacent property.
Presanted by Prank J. Taylor, June
14.1SS1. ,. , , ,
Eesohed, That the auditor and clork
be and is hereby instructed to give uo-
people called this ball the diamond
bnll, for ill no opportunity sve
this, and here, was it possible to
behold such a wealth of diamonds.
"It was not mere dewdrops that
sparkled and glanced, it was a Ni
agara of brilliants and diamonds,"
said a member of the company,
who pitied Mrs. Mackey because
her treasures of jewelry almost
weighted her down.
inmlioriuc and Cere will interrogate.
Mixs Lou rook in new song and ,
ilHiiev. .lames Morice in vocal gein, j
sewn people on the first part, a splendid !
orchestra, and the best bras baud in
Oregon, and don't von foreget it. Come
one eoine all and be convinced that A- J
torm cam aim noes MiiuKin un- .i-m ,
arift coiiipanv ontMle of Itim-o. ,
New orchestral M'lections by our ctticient
orchestra, and new iiiumc b our excel
lent brass Imml on the grand .sland at
preci.-ely 7 p. M. Curtain ries at ex-.
actly 8 p. m. Kntrance on lentou .street ;
entrance to private boxes, on Chenamus I
3Iotlicrs ! 3Xotlier ! ! MoJIhtm ! 1 !
MTimaiED jlAEaTi. 1379.
Briglmm YoungB Grave.
Are vou disturbed al night and broken
of yoiir rest bv a sick child Mittering
anclcrving with the excruciating pntn
of cutting teeth ? If so. go at once and
get a bottle of Mrs. Window's Nothing
Svnip, it will relieve the por little Mif
fenr immediately dejeud uimui it:
there is no mistake about it. There is
not a mother on earth who ha. ever
used it, who will not t-Il you at once
that it will regulate the limvcK and
ive ret to the mother, and relief and
hfnii!i tn the child, operating like magic.
It U iwrfectly safe to use in all esi-es.
and jileasant to the tate. ami is the pre
scription of one. ot the oldest and liost
female jdivsicians and nurses in the
Tiiitcd States. Sold everywhere. !..
oent. a bottle.
Wwusabs: it in ii iip
OF THE AGE.
Sec onr local columns tor particular, and
w. t. ai't'ABK, gtS J A n01
Astoria. SJSsif Portland.
BROWN A McCABE,
STEVEDORES AND RIGGERS.
Astoria offlce-At E. C. Holden'a Auction
store. Portland omce 2 a sireei. ia-u
AT MUSIC HALL,
BLOOD IS THE LIFE!
For this season ot the year with changeable
climates. prvcnt all ort of sickness use
TIIK I'NIVJntSAI. CHLEP.ILVTED
OREGON BLOOD PURIFIER.
Tills Herbal Kingdom. sricntiJlcally pre
paretl. Ls rapidlv ptiniK in every cityon thLs
cat. ami ihe many :utoiiMiiiiK ciujs it has
firccictl liave now established us elllcacy uc-
yoiid a dmild. itemeiHiMT uiscascs oi wc
BLOOD OR UVEll AND KIDNEY,
Chas. Stevens & Son
CITX BOOK STOKE.
In room Lately occupied by
Largest anft Best Assortment
Of novelties in tho stationary line usually
found In a Hrst-class book store, consisting of
JE2m -a.- TJX3T3Sr.
9TAITJS. IIir,I. FEE1 A2iD HAY
Cash paid for country produce. Small
protlts on casn sales. Astoria, Oregon, cor
ner oi iuain anu atiiiiriiiwuii" wrru.
I. W. CASE,
IMPORTKK AND WHOLESALE AND KK
TAIL DEALER IN
Corner Chenamus and Cass streets.
ASTORIA - - - OKiiUU.
Vou can go to the grav of the
dead and defunct prophet of the
boffus church of Jesus Christ of
latter day saints most any time
after the heirs and assigns of the
1j usted prophet have held a semi-
weekly so), and you can gather up
enough (ricf and tearful agony
and hairpins and polygamous weep
to supply the United States for
two years. It is true that the
grave of Brigham Vousg is not
kept green; but if convulsive
emotion and great big wads of up
heaving sob arc what he wants, he
is probably the tickledest immor
tal soul that looks down over the
battlements of the skies.
An "Unrivalled Hair lres,Hlnff.
PrrKlucIiiR is rich and cleanly appear
ance as if nature alone hail imparted '1.
Burnett's C'ocoaine is the host anil
cheaiiest hair (lresMiij, kills danurulT,
allows irritation, ami promotes a vigor
ous ami healthv growth of the hair.
No other compound produces these re
Milts. . ,
The superiorit.v of Burnett s flavoring
extracts consisis in uicir ikthxi iuhi
and great strength. Tlicy are warraiu
ed free from the oisonoiis oils ami
aci-Js wliich enter into me cniiipoHiiuin
of nianj of the factitious fruit flavors
now in the market.
A Kod medicine Isalwayi nwesunry to effect
a cure. To H : h wl ,lc,l yu
Fur furtlK-r information and partlciilars
.sec circnlnr around chIi bottle. ld by
Price. icr lMdllc, $l Oo or . oo for .six bottles.
Directions m English. Ccrmmi. Erench and
r.n to Frank Fahcrs on the roadway,
the Fashionnble Ice Cream resort of As
toria. Cream a la rose, vanua ami en
roll to-da. Private entrance for ladies.
Ovslers cooked in any style to order;
tlfe hot in the market Superior ennee,
and don't you forget it.
Why suffer such unspeakable tor
tures? " lSlieuuiatism has been con
quered. Kendalls Spavin Cure Is the
victor. Head the advertisement.
Have Wistar's balsam of wild cherry
always at hand. It cures coughs, colds,
bronchitis, whooping cough, croup, in
fluenza, consumption, and all throat and
lung complaints. .10 cents and ?l a bot
tle. When vou have an old horse that
has passcif the market ieriod apply a
bottle of Kendalls Spavin Cure and the
result will be marvelous. See advertisement.
For a first-class oyster stew, fry,
pan-roast or fancy roast, go to Koscoe s
on Main street, opposite X. Loch's.
Familiessupplicd by the hundred or the
sacK, open or m me such.
The best Carters Cape Ann oil
clothing, rubber boots, etc., sold at San
Francisco wholesale prices at the San
Francisco clothiug store.
Mr. John llogcrs of the Central Mar
ket, has made arrangements to keep all
the finest fresh fish, etc., In their season.
COLD PEN (500DS, ALBUMS.
All of which will be sold at prices which
P. S. The latest Eastern and California
periodicals co'antlynnamu &
r.T.BAIlCLAY. T.H. HATCH.
HATCH & BARGLAY,
No. 20 California St., San Francisco, Cat.
(Successor to P.IihmI & Ixc.)
ClATSKANTE, - - - "Kfct.ua.
Is now prepared to rcceh c orders for
Copper Handles, Mallots, Etc
I JiuvcWn engaged in making floats, etc.,
for the past live years, and my work has al
ways given satisfaction. I am prepared to
Ml all orders promptly, and on short notice
at the lowest prices, always underselling
other factories according to quality oi goods.
Orders left "h J.KNCnAKD & rpsnCR
Or addressed to the mwlerjigneil. will re
ceive prompt attention. VoW-PiL
1 Clnt-skante, Oregon.
Heng: or the Albany Beer I
Respectfully Dedicated to and Sold by
CIIAS. GRATTKE, - - - - ASTOKIA.
w4 el i2iEs:iWE:E::rT
DRUGS AND CHEMICALS,
Toilet and Fancy Articles,
PATENT MEDICINES, ETC.
BB'-Trescnptions carefully compounded at
iS'-Homeopathlc Tinctures and Pellets,
and Humphrey's Specifics also kept.
SEA VIEW HOUSE.
may l found on
lilu ct Geo. P.
UjWIXI. Jfe Co's
Xewnpapcr AJrcrtlianc Bureau (10 Spruce!
airceii.v. ucrc u cr
be made for It In
J. I. STOUT, - - PROPRIETOR
North TaciQc Beach, "V. T.,
Yill be Open for Visitors July 4, 755.
It is one mile nearer Hwaco than last season
Good evening kind friends, just listen to me,
And when you have heard me, I'm sure
you'll agree. , , ..
I u 111 give you a story, and sing it out clear
And the name of my song Is the ALBAN
You can find it all round In tills city of gold.
And the way that they make It has never
been told. , . , , ,
That's a secret they keep and hold very dear.
For the hole couutry Ls drinking that
The brewery Ls large and the machinery!
ae , , .. ,
And every order Is sent to you right up to
They get all kinds of orders Irom far and
Irom near, . . , , ,T
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 arVfeehng bad or the blues dp appear.
You can drive them away by dnuklng AL
I have an old father, who's now eighty-three.
And this is the advice he gave iinto me.
lie spoke to me kindly with a voice bright
and clear : , , T , -,
If you want to be healthy, drink ALBANY
BEER." , ,, .
Since then I have done so. and I'm hearty
and sound, . , ,
At the round age or fifty I can always be
At my daily labor before the sun does appear
And eacli day and night I drink ALBANY
ALso. on draught, THE CELEBRATED
C. GRATTKE, - - WELCOME SALOON,
Roadway, opposite 0. R.. & N. Co's Dock;
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