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Astoria. Oregon, Friday Morning. June 17, 1881.
The fie Lesseps Cannl Business.
Au ominous silence rerarling
the De Lesseps cannl bodes ill for
that stupendous scheme. The few
people in this country, and the
considerable number in Europe,
who refuse to believe that it is a
flat failure, already dubt whether
it is to be a genuine attempt to
many the two oceans, or only a
repetition of Laws Mississippi
bubble, over which France went
- wild in the last century. As in
Laws scheme to enrich his stock
holders beyond the dreams of
avarice, the beautiful countesses
and titled duchesses of the Fau
bourg St. Germaine have besieged
De Lesseps office doors, after even
pawning their diamonds, to secure
shares in the great monopoly
which was announced to control
the commerce of the world by a
much shorter and safer water route
to China. .Japan and the Indies.
and for Europe a shorter and far
less expensive route to the Pacific
Goast. A party of engineers were
sent out, as will be icmembered,
to make preliminary surveys, and
they wrote letters to De Lesseps
which painted the country in colors
which must have astonished the
Panamenos when De Lesseps gave
them to the pi ess. The climate
was delightful; the gentle breezes
of the Pacific and the bracing
winds of the Atlantic fanned
the cheeks of invalids into
the ruddy glow of health: de
licious fruits and flowers hung
invitingly from vine, plant and
tree; a happy, pious population of
sweet-tempered Jamaica negroes,
Indians and .Spanish-Americans
were waiting to welcome French
colonists with gifts of pearls, par
raquets, pineapples and cocoanuts.
Arcadia had come at last. All
this M. de Lesseps gave to the de
lighted Parisians, and many shares
were sold, even her ex-Majesty
Isabella of Spain invested a few
hundred thousands of francs.
Since then nothing has been heard
from the canal, except the flight of
the companys treasurer with a
trifling twenty-seven or twenty
eight thousand dollars. He was
captured in Ecuador, and in order
to prove that it was not possible
that a canal official could be a
common place embezzler, the
treasurer was announced bv De
Lesseps to be insane so insane,
indeed, that he spent only a part
of the money in wine, women, and
at the roulette table, and had
about him, when captured, over
ten thousand dollars. Humboldt,
in his voyage to the equinoctial
regions of the new continent,
treats of the obstacles to the pro
gress of society in the torrid zone
arising from the deadly climate
and the strength of the ven-eta-
tion, arising from the. moisture and
sun, which has made the isthmus
of Darien an impassable jungle, fit
only for the habitation of vampire
bats, huge anacondas, scorpions,
alligators, and the hundred forms of
poisonous reptile and insect life
which have for centuries held a
supremacy over the isthmus, un
disputed by man. The American
consul at Panama, now on a visit
home, avers that Lesseps does
not intend to build the canal; that
the engineers have done nothing
except to run a few lines to es
tablish camps for problematical
working parties, ami that the
ridge of the Andes cannot be
broken by a canal for many mil
lions of dollars more than M. de
Lesseps estimate of SO,000.000.
The estimated cost of the Suez
canal was $40,000,000, and it was
only completed after Ismail Pasha,
the khedive of Egypt, had ex
pended $100,000,600 upon it, less
the ten or fifteen millions sub
scribed in France. Meanwhile,
the Union Pacific railroad and the
Pacific Mail steamship company
are not likely to have their stock
watered by the Panama canal. It
will probably only be built when
seventy-five millions of people in
the United States and a corre
sponding increase of population
and wealth in our sister republic of
Mexico, demand increased facili
ties for ocean commerce. Europe
must gain no more foothold in any
form on the American continent.
Let them keep their complications
oyer thrones and territory on their
own side of the water.
FACTS AHD SCRAPS.
Iron ships are to be built at
Cleveland, for service on tin- lakes.
Russia is becoming quito a min
ing country dynamite mining.
The Czar is said to be so scared
that he looks like the groat white
There is on foot a gigantic
scheme to form system out of
the confused mat..s of railroads in a
number of the southern states.
In Mexico they would look upon
Henry George as crazy when he
sheuts: Tax land only! They do
not tax land at all down tlieie.
The calico-printing trade of
Germany is depressed, and ha ap
pealed to the Volksvirthsclmfisrath
can you pronounce that witlwut
chocking? for relief.
John liOHch, McCulloeh, and
others, will make a vigorous eflbrt
to secure from congress, next
winter, subsidies for steamship
lines to foreign ports.
Charley Fosters unanimous re
nomination by the republicans for
governor of Ohio, is his reward for
ffettins; out of Shermans wav when
the senatorship was vacant.
A new bankruptcy bill is pen-
ding in the British parliament.
Its chief feature is the abolition
of voluutarv bankruptcy. Sonic 1. . . , . , , .. , . . ""
4 . i the body and struck by lightning;
of its provisions arc rather harsh.!. . . , P , . ..
1 he lost the ends of his tinsrers in a
The currency has increased over .saw mill, was bitten by a mad dog.
three hundred millions in two.
years. It is believed that one of j
tne great questions oi me muire;
is: Shall government paper be sub-:
stituted for bank paper?
The export, of copper from the'
United States was steady till 1SS0,!
when ii fell to 14G tons, while j
2,027 tons were imported. If the,
metal continue,-, in such demand,
our many copper veins should be
profitably worked. I
Congress will be asked to pay
the cost of cutting the Hennepin
canal, and, it is hinted, to dig ajtl,a that havinS been tried bv
canal from Chicago to Toledo, sojthe crilc-al tcst of "hel1 uPon
as to connect lake Michigan and ! cart"-" d ihci' si'U livc-
Erie by a short cut. It is evident '
that subsicty schemes will abound :
at Washington next winter.
Bismarck has made a special re- j
port to the reichstag, showing that
England and France pay out large
sums in subsidies to steamship
lines, that Italy is thinking of
adopting a similar policy, and that
Germany may find it necessary to
There is an increase in the cot-. tmubli-s me is, what becomes of
ton crop of the United States, but them?'' To this inquiry the edi
a falling off in the Indian and tor replies: All of those who have
Egyptian ciops, and the consump-1 lmaseil beyond the pearly gates of
tion has increased in Europe and! the Xew Jerusalem are occupying
America, o that by the ml of the front seats in the great chariot
3'eiir the world's visible supply nice for admission to the celestial
will not be much larger than last .throne. Some of them have
year. 4 starved to death while in the le-
Secretnry Windotn, in the first. gitimate discharge of their duties,
three mouths of his term, paid off; The profession has in some in
635,000,000 of interest-bearing stances been brought into disrep
bonds, and has temporarily re-' utc by somo of its members hav
funded most of the fives and sixes ing been sent to congress. Others
at a low rate. This is good work.' have turned oui equally as bad, if
Still, it might linve been even bet- not worse, by writing a book or
ter to pay off a large amount of lecturing.
these bonds. There has been
plentv of monev available for the
Paynes Oklahoma colony has its
. ..,.. .. ,
neauquaruirs at icnua, jvansas, t teni fever, from Inch she was ireeil by
: nnrn. ..;.,; ...i .;il ....u i the ii.se of the native remedy, the Pern
is reorganizing, and uill make an-. v-an ljark or as it was c.-e(l n h.
other nttonint to enter the Tudian , lanauaueor the country, -Quinquina."
territory this fall, several thousand
. .pi 1 1 ii. ,. ,i. 4'
strong. I he land they -seek to ,
occupy belongs to the government, i
1 J . " n '
they claim, and is free from Indian
..., i , lit 4 '
title, having been sold by the
Chocktaws and Chickasaws, with-,
. ' j
out any reservation in their treaty, j
Nathan Appleton, who has for
. . V , . ,, -r
years been interested in the Pana-
nn onnil :Hinmn nnd will ma UP n
ma canal sciicme, ana uu maue a
fortune out of it if it he carried
e , 4 . , . ii.
forward, is blowing another blast
in it f-ivnr Wbif bi: Imrnnip nf
m us ia or. uat lias become oi
Thompson, the veteran sea-dog,
, . , . , ,.
who turned a. somersault from tbe
Monroe Doctrine camp into De
Lessens corral? lie should be
sjiuuiiii-, iu cirn uib aaiary.
It is noticeable that while so.mc
of the governments have to pay
pretty high rates for money, there
is a large amount of unemployed
capital in most of the countries.
A good deal" of this is being put
into railroad construction, as the
1 most profitable species of invest-
menu France projects a trans
Saharati toad. Russia is extending
her lines into Asia, England tilks
of a system of roads for China, tin
United States is laving rails acro.v
Mexico, and new roads are being'
outlined in other countries. In
addition, such great works as the
Panama and Corinth canals, and
the tunnel under the English chan
nel are attracting attention. Such
is the plethora of money that even
these extensive schemes do not
give it an outlet; and in Paris,
London and other European cities
a speculative craze has seized upon
the people, a great deal of money is
being invested in risky undertak
ings. A Philadelphia correspond
ent writes that there, too, money
is very abundant, and there is an
increasing difficulty in finding
profitable and secure investments,
so that speculation is in danger of
performing-some unprofitable an
tics. Xo wonder that three and a
half per cent bonds are popular.
They Still Lire.
The Xew York Sun says: "A
Itichmond, Virginia, machinist
named "Walker fell forty feet over
the side of a ship into a lot of
crap iron, ana escaped with a scar
on the skull and a broken nose.
T"Ti ;! ff rvirilj .1mr. fltrnurrh
and cut with a bowie knife; he
narrowly escaped drowning twice.
and was attacked iy a man wiin
an axe; he was once poisoned,
once had his hands caught in some
shafting and jerked them out.
leaving the flesh behind, and only
the other day he got his nose
broken a second time and his head
wounded by the breaking of some
machinery ." That was a tough
experience, but there arc many
men still living who have passed
through a deal ten times worse
Pate of the Reporters.
A. question which has been often
asked is well answered by the edi
t rtf rfcf fltrt 1 nrlinno nrtlic nntinAI
A lady of Indianapolis wrote the
editor as follews: u I have often
noticed that most newspaper re
porters xre young men. I never
, hear them spoken of after they
j become aged. I ho question that
The Cent nl Cinehon was the Mmuish
Viceroy in Peru in UZJO. The Coimtos.
his wile, was prostrated hy an inteniut-
Ciraieful for her reeoverv. on lier return
to Eurojie in Hey, she introduced the
reined v in Spain, where it was known
lllU.r varU,us ;mines until Liniiietis
-a"wl Olneliona. in Iionor of tlu- lady
wlio had brought them that which was
moi-e precious than theohl of the Inca.
T this dav. after a Iape of two Iiiui-
med and liftv vears, science has siven
uolliins to take its place. It effecju-
ally cures a morhid appetite for stimu-
laiits, hy restoring the natural tone of
ilu! slninscli. It nttneks excessive love
! ofliquor as it does a fever, and destroys
j both alike. The powerful tonic virtue
of th'c cinchona is.ncrvcd in the
reniviail JJiuers. wjiicu are .e wiwmc
njjaIlst lnaiarial ft.ver to4sLy SIS thev
were in the days of the old Spanish
Viceroys. We guarantee the ingrcdi-
mils 0r ii1Cvt. bitters to be absolutely
lre, and of the best known quality,
j trjal WH satisfy ftU that th,s fe the
, best bitter in the world. "The proof of
' the pudding is in the eating, ami we
willingly abide this tcst. For sale by
j'ff ,sts ? and liquor dealers.
i Ice cream at Roscoes oyster and re-
j fSCshment saloon on 3fain street
Max. Wagner's San Francisco Na
tional hrewery beer can't be beat.
P. Wilhehii, lions saloon, opposite
the Clarendon hotel, Portland, Oregon.
Dr. Welch will remain in Astoria
this week for the nracticc of Dentistry.
His rooms are No. 10, Occident hotel. J
Mr. John Rogers of the Central Mar
ket, has made arraneemenls to keep all
1 the finest fresh fish, etc., in their season.
A I-'nlr Proportion.
From this tlati- the Astoria pliotoratili
gallcrv will conduct business on the
foUouiug !an. We will take negatives
of an hulv ami evcrylody that will
favor u ith a call, e print a
lriMrf the same free of charge, no one
Irt'iii" under anv obligation to order
from Mich negatives unless they desire i
to do .
We will take the AMorin engine com
imnies and all lodges ami societies, anv
time they will assemble for the purine,
and nrc-fent each lodge or society with
one picture of such group, either taken
all together or in separate pictures and
We will take views of residences and
buildings, hotels, canneries, mills, etc.,
on the same terms, iz: We will take
the negatives free of charge.
We do tliis in onler that our work
shall Mand on its merits, a we are pre
jwircd to do good work. Xo one need
wait until they go to San Francisco.
Foi.r.ovixo ap.i: oi i: rr.ici:s:
Per do. SJot
i or full length boudoirs...; 00 .! so
cabinets... 1 (o 2 M
cards 2: 1 50
ttust pictures and boudoirs. 7 00 f. 00
Vignettes cabinet 5 00 :: 00
cards :: ou 00
Tuos. (J. Buooks & (o.
To r.lve Men.
Tin: Astokiax has now reached a
circulation which places it at the head
of tle li.M of Oregon dailies, ami hiMtro
to advertisers thereof more beuelit for I
the amonnt paid than may bc.Ncenred
elsewhere. To thoc who wish to reach
tlM largest number of readers at the
smallest expense, we offer the columns
of au attractive daily, the success of
which from the very Mart has been far
beyond the expectations of the most
Dr. .1. I.. York, the noted orator of
California, will le here alHiut the aith j
of this month on his way to eastern Ore- j
gon and Washington territory, at which i
7t i. ...:n ,.!. .. i. ....... ..ii.. i. .:.!.. i 1
lime lie win ienit mi inm-i-ni" iiiimk-i
ity and its rcIK
Notice to Fishermen.
From one to l.ooo imuuds of black i
spawn trout .sturgeon warned. i:aii
paid at .1. T. Rouciikus Dew Drop Inn.
1 1 ill's Vakiktiks.
Geo. Hill, proprietor and manager.
Fred Gere, stage manager, A. O.strander,
leader of orchestra. Gen. Lambert, leader
of brass band. Niekerson once more to
the front, and will manipulate the bones.
Mr. .Inn. Cook will ofiiciaie with the
tamboriue and Gere will interrogate.
Mis Lou Cook in new songs and
dances. .lames Morice in oca"I gems.
seven people on the first part, a splendid j
oreuesini, ami me iu-m iimss nana in
Oregon, and don't you forcget it. Come
one come all and be convinced that As
toria can and does supiort the IxM
ariety company outidc of Frisco.
New orchestral selections by our ctllcient
orciietra. and new mu.ie by our excel
lent brass band on the grand .stand at
precisely 7 v. m. Curtain rises at ex
actly 8 r.M. Entrance on Ronton street:
entrance to private boxes, on Chenamus i
A cough, cold or sore throat should be
stopped. Neglect frequently results m
an fneurablelunK disease or consump-1
tion. Ilrowifs Uronehial troches do not
disorder the stomneh like couch svnins
nnd lml:niii:. hut. apt ilirrrtlv mi the in- '
ilatned inrts. allaing irritation, give
relief in asthma, bronchitis, coughs.
catarrh, and the tliroat troubles which
singers and public speakers are subject
to. For thirlj vears Jlrown's bronchial
triKrhes have been recommended by
phyMciaiis. and always give perfect
cut icTo.t iiii llivilinr luOtl llh.l(ut in
wide :iinl ciiiil:iiit use for nenriv :ui cii-'
tire generation, they have attained well-1
merited rank among the few staple
remedies of the age. Sold at -i cents a
The Peruvian syrup has cured thou-1
:ands who were suffering from dyspep j
sia, debility, liver complaint, boils, hu
mors, female eoiniilaiiits. etc. Pampu-1
lets free to any adtlress. Selh W. Fo I
fc Sons. Uostoiu
l)i-spondeney is sometimes called
"the hi ins. because ihe latter term de-
M-ribt's at once the color and effects of i
impure blood. Change it to "roe-cnlorcd :
healtir by using King of the Blood, j
See advert isciucnt. I
llehrj Alireiis. Henry Tivljeii. T.V.ltorstel.
Henry Ahrens & Co., Proprietors,
I420 to 1-4.1 l'iiie Street.
rimis iiiM'wiiKv is Tin: most ptjpi'-
JL Inroutlie mast, and have t-tablilii'l a
lintnchin tills cit v:uufis under the inanaze
mont iir.T.STi:AlSS.Miio v.ijLbe ple:LMil to
till an order from a dozen Ittlfs up to a
thousand bant'Ls. lips IkiY ileeils no rw
ominendation. as tliie iwirj it otne will
never use an other. JOnbnNlfft at the Oe
eident Hotel or at js;i:ir lters will be
nroinptly attended Jo.All nlers from a
distance will reeeny pn.ipt attention,
ramilles supplied with tliLsexeellent quali
ty r beer. '.I. STEAVSS. Agent.
Watei street, next dooro Is;uie Poster's,
CLEANING and REPAIRING
nkat. cheap and quick, p.y
Clicnaniits St., next Nicholas' liarlx-r Shop.
Tlie undersigned Ls tireuared to furnish
a lare number of Spiles and Spars at his
place on short notice, at reasonable rates.
Applvto a U. CARLES.
Wholesale and. Retail Dealer
ETC.. ETC.. .ETC..
TIN PLATE .
ItLOCK TIN. JMfi LEAD,
FLOATS, MAULS, HANDLES,
GUM ROOTS. RICE. ETC., ETC.,
IN QUANTITIES TO SUIT.
ASTORIA, - - OREGON.
MRS. H. A. DERBY,
MASONIC HALL. - ASTORIA, OREGON.
Will iiimmi her new stock
Od TlmMay, May 5th. 1881.
A FINK ASSORT-MKNTiOF
The Josephine Seamless Kid Gloves
Warranted to lie the let in the market.
Also, a liirjre awirtment of
Infants Wear and Ladies Dres
A lare variety of
KjpA Ml IIMFRY HnHn
N L VV IVIILLllNLni UUUUo
I'lirflikstrit hy herself
Satins, Ribbons, Ruchings.
Dollars, Etc., Etc.,
.. .IV ,-,.,, ,-r
rr ' . 1-11
iWJM, 1 1 HMHM V
& J?. !
iiLOOD IS THE LIFE!
l-'or UiU season nf the year with ehaiiReable
climates. jreeiit all vrt of sickness use
Tllli 1'NIVKIfcsAI. fKI.KP.lLVTEI)
OREGON BLOOD PURIFIER.
This llerhal Kinmloni. snrntiflcaJly prt
jiareil. Is rabidly fr.iininj; in every city on this
coast, and the nmnv aNitmisliinir cures it has
effected have now established its efficacy be
yond a umiot. I'cmeinncr tietcase oi tne
111.001) OK JJVER AND KIDNEY,
A imh! metliciue Isalway.sneeessniyniefTect
a cure. Try it : It will help you.
For further Information and particulars
see cimiuir arwiiid eneli lMttle. SoM hy
Price. iK'rbntlle,9l wnrSiftJ for six bottles.
Directions m Hnhsh. Ceniian. French and
IB- 'KTm IBIjCCaD,
Succexsor to P.Iood 4. lie.)
CLATSKANIE, - - OREGON.
Is now prepared to receive onlers for
Copper Handles, Mallots, Etc.
I have been engaged in making floats, etc.,
for the past five vears. and my work has al
wavs given satisfaction. I am prepared to
fill all onlers promptly, and on short notice
at the lowest prices, always underselling
other factories according to quality of goods.
Orders left with
TRENCIIARD & I'PSHUR.
Or addressed to the undersigned, will re
ceive prompt attention. IJ. "W. IILOOD,
may be found on
r.!c ct Gko. P.
Ilowrix. & Co's
Xcwupapcr Advertising Bureau (10 Spruce
tt jlugcontracU may
be made Xor It in
EEnisxtBED atAacii3j. 1379.
A. V. ALL EX.
U. H. PAGE.
Page & Allen
(SUCCESSORS TO E. S. LAKSEJf.)
Wholesale and retail dealers in
Glass and Plated Ware,
TROPICAL AND DOMESTIC
FRUITS AND VEGETABLES.
The largest and most complete stock of
goods in their Hue to be found hi the city.
Comer of Cass and Sqneinocqhc Streets,
IRISH FLAX THREADS
Salmon Net Twine.
Cotton Seine Twine,
Cork and Lead Lines,
Cotton Netting, all sizes.
Seines Made to Order,
Flax and Cotton Twine,
Fishing Tackle, etc.
51 X market Ntreet. Nan Fraaclsre
HENRY DOYLE & Co.. Managers.
CHINCHONA RUBRA, AND CALIFORNIA
OF THE AGE,
Sec our local coluiniw for particular, and
Chas. Stevens & Son
CITY BOOK STOKE.
In room lately occupied by
Lanst. anu1 Best Assortment
Of novelties in- the stationary line usually
found in a first-class book store, consisting of
COOKS. 1-TNE STATIONERY.
fiOLD PEN ROODS, ALBUMS.
All of which will be sold at prices which
P. S. The latot Eastern and California
periodicals constantly on hand.
CHAS. STEVENS SON .
vfa s. uEsiwcEsisrT
DRUGS AND CHEMICALS,
Toilet and Fancy Articles,
PATENT MEDICINES, ETC.
ESTPrescnptlons carefully compounded at
J3yHomeopatliIc Tinctures and Pellets,
and Humphrey's Specifics also kept.
SEA VIEW HOUSE.
J. I-STOUT, - - PROPRIETOR
North Pacific Reach, W. T.,
Will be Open for Visitors July 4, 1881.
It Is one rnlle nearer nwaco than hSeason
TAT TUTTIiE, 3L. I.
PHYSICIAN A2D SUEGEON,
Office Over the "White Hoxise Store,
Residence Next door to Mrs. Munson6
boarding house, Chenamus street, Astorit
Q. A. BOWLBY.
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Chenamns Street. - ASTOKIA. OREGON
Q V. FULTON.
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
ASTORIA - - - OREGON
Office over Page & AUen's store, Cass street
T? C. IIOLDF.X.I
AUCTIONEER. COMMISSION AND IN-
"P P. HICKS.
ASTORIA. --- - OREGON.
Rooms in Allen's building rip stairs, comr
or Cass and Sqemocqhe streets.
T)B. M. I). JEXXIXGS,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Graduate University of Virginia, isss
Physician to Bay View hospital, Baltimore
OFWCK-In Page & Allen's building, up
T a. Mcintosh.
Occident Hotel Building.
ASTORIA .-- OREGON
T C ORCIIAItD,
Q H. BAIN & CO.,
DoorH, tVladowH, Blladfl. Tras
80KS, XiHBtber, Etc
All kinds of Oak Lumber, Glass, Boat Ma
Steam Mill near Weston hotel. Cor. Gi
evive and Astor streets.
ITHU3NHART & SOIIOEXE.
Occident Hotel Hair Dressing Saloon
ASTOKIA - OltF.GON.
not. Cold, Skowrr, rf
Ktrnm ami Sulphur SEBSb1!
tTnecial attention iriven toladlea'and
children's hair cutting.
iTivaie imrance xor Ljaies.
BOOT ANI SHOE
Chexamus 8tkekt. opposite Adler's Book
store, - Astoria, Okkgok.
"Perfect fits Kiiaranteed. All work
warranted. Give me a trial. All orders
Y. U M'CAnK,
J. A. BBOWJ
11ROWX & McCABE, .
STEVEDORES AND RIGGERS.
Astoria office At E. C Holden's Auction
store. Portland office 24 B street. 13-tI
AT MUSIC HALL,
.VIKS.Iir.f. FKLl) AIVI HAY
Cash paid for country produce. Small
profits on casn sales. Astoria, Oregon, cor
ner of Main and S(iiemocqlie streets.
IMPORTER AND WHOLESALE AND RE
TAIL DEALER IN
Corner Cheuamns and Cass streets.
ASTORIA - - - OREGON.
1. T. ltAKCLAY. T. H. HATCH.
HATCH & BARGLAY,
No, 20 California St., San Francisco, Cat.
Moiijj of the Albany Beer!
'Respectfully Dedicated to and Sold by
CHAS. CRATTKE, - - - - 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 way 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 order is sent to you right 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 Ls the advice he cave unto me.
He spoke to me kindly with a voice bright
i this is tne
ke to me
and clear :
"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 my dally labor before the sun does appear
And each day and night I drink ALBANY
Also, on draught, THE CELEBRATED
C. QRATTKE, - - -WELCOSXOON,
Roadway, opposite O. B. & N.'Co' Dock.