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Astoria, Oregon. Saturday Morning. June 18, 1881.
THEY FIXED THAT BOARDER, j
Ana He Will Probably Make No
More Raids on That Pantry.
Dyiti! Hours of Robert Lee.
Boston boarders have experi
ences sometimes. Hunger drives
them to do naughty things. Young
Griph was recently detected raid
ing the pie chest, from which lie
got away with a mince pie, some
cookies, some doughnuts and some
cheese. The landlady, and her
daughter together, resolved on
Yensreance. Thev waited till Mr.
Griph had devoured the load that
he had taken and made his ap
pearance in the sitting room.
Then the landlady said to the
daughter: 'Mary, you know that
mince pie that we made out of the
meat we bought of the strange
butcher, and wliieh proved to be
mule meat?" 'Yes, mother.1
"What did you do with itf "Put
it aside to give to tramps." That
made Griph. who overlieared, un
easy. 'And, Mary, you know
those cookies that tin cook
carelessly spilled the kerosene
over. What did vou do with
A citizen of Sacramento, w!k
has recently returned from Dem- J
in-, ulvi- the follow!!; account
of the cow-boys their:
In Denting there is little inspect
paid to the laws of God or man,
as this place is the headquarters
of the eou-iioys, and in the town
is located the saloon and dunce
house of tin notorious chief of the
gang, Boone byname The town
has a population of about five
hundred, a large percentage of
who arc of the lawless element,
which keeps the respectable por
tion of the community in dread
and subjugation. Shooting scrape
are of daily occurrence, and the
petulent pop of the pistol constant
ly disturber the quiet of night.
Kverv one roo armed. The
favorite costume oi tin cow-boys
Mr. T. 15. Merry contributes thei
following sketch to the Walla-;
walla Statesman. Tom knew and
Some years ago, a frank-looking
Irish boy entered the employ of
the Oregon Steam Navigation
company as a. deck hand. By in
dustry. Tsobriety and fidelity, he
rose to be mate of the palatial
steamer Wide West, Capt. John
Wolfl', the finest steamboat in
America. lie was tall and grace
fully proportioned, with rosy com
plexion, curly black hair, and
lauirhinir brown eves. Everybody
liked J Job Lee. But although his
life was one that called for a
sturdy constitution, the more care
ful observers would have noticed
that he was far from being a
Wrongly-built man, and Ins chest
is a pair of overalls, gray or blue was very defective. A severe
COIU, WI11UII II ' aiM iniijm "
A Fair Proposition.
Trout this dale the Astoria photoxntirfi
jnller will conduct bUMne on the
milou'iiix plan. Wc w HI lake m-jinllves
or am lad and cerylod Unit Willi
favoiii with a mil. we will print a , . i
piYKif of the nne free .r ehame. no .ne Wholesale and Retail Dealer
bciiu; uniler anv obluialton to oruer
from nch neatiw- uiilc the desire
to do so.
We will take the Astoria ctmine com
panies anil all lodges and .Mcloiies. anv
time lhe will assemble for the iunose,
and preA'iit each lodije or Mcict with
one picture of such group, either taken
all together or in separate picture and
We will take view, of residence-; and
building, hotels, canneries, mills, ch.
on the same term-, viz: We will lake
the negnthes free or charge.
We do thi- in order that our work
-Jut 1 J stand on its mcriK as we are pre
pared to do good work. No one need
wait until they go to.Sau Franci.M-o.
Foi.i.owiNc .vi:i:ot'i: imucrs:
or mil lenuth loutliiir...Stf oo M K)
cahinet-.. .. t li '2 ZA)
cards ' :a t 50
Hust pictures and lMudoirs. 7 00 ." 00
Vignettes cabinets r oo "00
canN 8 no "J 00
Ti !. (J. I'uooKs v .
A. V. ALLX.
C. H. PAGE.
shiit, top boots, wide sombrero, a
belt Idled with cartridges, two re-j
volvers and a Uowic knile, and in
this attite do they strut about the
streets terrorizing the peaceful
inhabitants. A railroad ollicial,
who had business in the place,
went into Deining and was
encountered by a gang of
the cow-boys near 1'oones sa
loon, lie was well dressed, and
lT. nt.fln lftf.&l t1 ffellfnt
. l- ... . -.1. i I. ..--) I ' 111 III1VH- JIIIII ". wwjvv...
ttiem.- -niimc... win. u F. , f a(ll,lcl-OM. (I1C r
Uripli recoiiectetunai men; wa n itlieir number stepped up to Ititu.
Cascades reute: would often lav
him up sick for a week or ten
days. About a fortnight ago he
contracted a violent attack of pneu
monia, and ('apt. John ordered
him to be removed to the Si.
Vincents hospital. All efforts to
save the genial young officer were
fruitless, ami last Sunday after
noon his brother officers were seat
ed about his bedside with their
eyes clouded up with rain. JJob
.i I.- ll ii it- ?. . -t.- : -. .1....... .. I r.F 1nti flnvli lil n'nr lnrn tlio
aueer taste to tnoso cooivies. aim cancel nun mio me nhoom, mvn ; .,. mi. ........ ....- .--. ..-
kind of felt like a man who has I revolver on mm, ami mm mm W.u.m.i...s .-v- - .- -
. , A t ,. ,, - c j dance. This he said Ire could not exciting vocation was engrossing
just started in on the misenes of a J'
first sea voyage. But he tried tojet i-m n viillK howevo- He life-lamp:
shake the feeling off. "And, 1 was tolcF that he must dance or "What are you waiting for new:
Marv," continued the old ladv.itakc the c.onsecjuence, and a its past five o'clock?"
vou know the cook used some ! down cocked revolvers pointed i at Then he would paue. as il
- , , , 1 him showed him too plainlv what listening to the answer of that
very bad eggs to make ome . 1JC iummHl and stern old commander.
doutrhnuts. Where did you put ; ,, AI1 ,1,,. ii.. f;n ,.vlllli:i, I "Passengers not aboard? of
the doughnuts?" UI nl the 'when he was allowed to rest, on j course they are the gang plank
doughnuts aside for tramps, too;
and 1 guess when thev come to
cat 'em the' ""ll think they 'vc
swallowed an earthquake.' Griph
felt that he had. The seasick
feeling seemed to grow instead of
shake off. He grew pale and;
shivered. The ladies were de
lighted. "Maty,' aid c Id lay,
''when you give those things to
the tramps, don't give 'em the
cheose that 's with 'em, for 1 put
poison in it to kill rats.' Then
Griph wanted to be sick. With a
melancholy howl he sprang up,
rushed to his room, and took an
emetic that nearly brought his
feet up, and he had a chill and the
headache, and went to bed and
stayed there for two days.
condition that he would treat the i is hauled out.' Another pause of
entire crowd. This he did, and j nearly a minute.
was then compelled to give each; "Freight not aboard? You're
one of the nartv four bits. Again I mistaken, sir. J put every pound
was he compelled to dance, to treat! of it aboard myself." Another
and to -ivc up more coin, and lull n me conversation on ry di-okcd
then he was allowed to depart. ! ny tne sous oi nis menus
I itir)Htaa UhHti.
The Count Cinchon wa- the SpanNh
Vieero in Peru in 1. The (onnle.
his wife, was prostrated by an intermit
tent fewr. from which hc was freed hy
thcie-eonhc. native remedy, the l'eru-
Ian hark. or. as it wa. called in the
language of 1 lie country. -Quinquina.'
Cmicful for her recovery, on her return
to Kuro.e in lizy. she introduci'd the
remedy in Spain, where il was known
under various names, until l.inmeits
called it Cinchona, in lHnor of the hulj
who had broii''ht them that which wa
more precious than the gold of the Inea. j
To this da v. after a lap-e of two liitu-i
ilred ami lifty ears, mmciicc lias mven
Un nothing to take its place. It effectu
al I v cures a morbid apiK'tile for Minui-
lanL-, by re-toring the natural tone of
the.-lomach. It attack- cvcosive love
of liquor as il dne a fever, and (htroj's
Imth alike. The mwerfiil tonic irtue
of the Cinchona i- pre.-ened in the
"Peruvian 1'itters. which are a.- efl-ctive
against malarial feer to-day a.- they
were in the da- of the ltl Spaui.-h
Viccro-. We i-uanmlee the ingredi
eiils oi thee hitlers to be absolutcly
iire. and or Hie Iet known qualit.
A trial will -alisfyou that this i the
iMt hilter in the world. -The proof of
the pudding is in the ealing." and we
willingly abide litis test. Korsale hy
all dniiigi-t-. grocers and liquor dealers.
To Live .Men.
KTC. ETC.. :UTC.
1U.OCK TIN. PKi LKA1),
i MANILLA ROPE.
FLOATS, MAULS. HANDLES,
gum: roots, kick, etc., etc.,
in quantities to suit.
.1ktokia. - - okeoox.
Page & Allen
(SUCCESSORS TO K. S. LIRSEX.)
Wtinlesale and ratal 1 dealer) In
JAY TUTTI.E; M. J.
PIH'SICIAN AND SURGEON,
Office Over the White House Store.
Resiukxce Xet door to Mrs. SlunsonS
boarding house, Chenauius street,- Astorl
1 Q. A. BOWLBY.
ATTORNEY AT LATV.
Cltenamus Street. - ASTORIA. OBEQOI
r W. FCtTOX,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
ASTORIA - - - OREGON
Office over Page & Allen's store, Caas street
p V. nOIiDE!.
AUCTIONEER, COMMISSION AND 12.
Balloon Arctic Exploration
San Francisco Chronicle.
Much has been recently said and
written of the utility of balloons in
Arctic exploration, but the search
ship Rodgers, bound for the frozen
regions, is still without an aero
nautic outfit. To supply the
omission Prof. "Wells, of New
York, proposed to Lieut. Berry to
accompany him without other ex
pense than the material for the
manufacture of the balloon. Ac
cording to Professor Wells, if need
be a balloon can be made in one
day, er on board the vessel. His
idea is that a fire balloon shall be
emploj'ed as it would cost a very
small sum and would answer all
purposes. The professor states
that he has made five hundred
ascents in all, in various parts of
the world in Europe, Asia, Aus
tralia and America, and besides
lias manufactured balloons for
foreign governments, so that he is
well qualified for the enterprise
on which he has set his mind.
During the Franco-Prussian war
he made a balloon at Cologne for i
the Prussian government. After
the fall of Xapoleon he offered his
services to the government of the
national defense, and by it was
enffajyed to construct a mammoth
balloon for communication with
Bazaine in Met'.. Since that time
Prof. "Wells has made successful
ascensions in all parts of the globe.
Should he not be able to accom
pany the Rodgers, he will probably
sail on the Howgatc Arctic expe
dition in July.
Another instance is rrcitcd, to
the effect that a hulf-drunken eow
bov went swaggering about the
.streets. Every onn he met he
stopped, drew his pistol, cocked it,
and commanded the inoffensive
person to bite the muzzle of the
barrel. This was dotu by some
half dozen, and in ench case the
cow-boy remarked: "lonn' a
brave man and can go about your
business.1 But this fellow came
to an untimely end, for the next
morning he was found lying in the
centre of the street with a lmllet
through his heatt doubtless sent
there by one of his victims. 1 he
Chinamen are especially made a
butt of by the cow-boys, and they
think nothing of robbing them and
taking practice shos at Ukmii as
they pass along.
u0f course the mails are aboard
been here five minutes."' An
other pause, and the dying man
struggled upward into a sitting
position, and put his left hand to
the side of his mouth.
"All clear, sir;" he cried and fell
back upon his pillow. And so,
with all his earthly obligations
fulfilled, with no duty neglected,
either to his commander or his
fellow men, poor Bob Lee let go
his lines on the river ol-lue, and
steered out boldly for the broad
ocean of eternity. "The harbor
bar was moaning," and, it being
low water, his soul went out with
the ret real injr tide.
.Mr. Davis is an old man, not
without the garrulity and the van
ity of his years. He is all uncon
scious of the new ireneration which
1 1ms sprung up in the south. This
Thk Astokian Iia- now rrnehctl n
circulation which nlaces it at the head
of the lit of Oregon riailit:s, and iiwircs
to advertisers thereof more henel't for
the amount imiil than maj he secured
elsewhere. To those who ish to reach
the largest number of reader at the
smallest csikmi-c. we offer the columns
of an attractive daily, the success of
which from the very start has Ihhmi far
hcyond the exjK'ctations of the most
Dr. .!. L. York, the noted orator of
California, will he here ahout the truth
of this month on his way to eastern Ore
gon and Washington territory, at which
time he will speak on Ingero!Is inlidcl-
itv ami lis results.
Xotice to FlMiuriniii.
MRS. II. A. DERBY,
M VSOXIC IIAI.U - ASTOUIA. OREGON'.
Will oihmi hor new Un'k
Ob Thnrsflay, laj 5ft, 1881.
A FIN'K ASSORTMENT OK
The Josephine Seamless Kid Gloves
Warranted to 1h tlu IhM in tl market.
Also, a lwrye avortinenl of
infants Wear and Ladies Dres-
t&Z. j- sing. Saques.
A larKe variety of
NEW MILLINERY GOODS
Glass and Plated Ware,
TKOriOAI. AXD DOMESTIC
FRUITS AND VEGETABLES.
Wines, Lianors, Toliacco Cigars
The largest and most complete Mock of
goods In tlieir line to be found in tlie city.
Corner of Cass and Sqnemocqhp Streets,
IRISH FLAX THREADS
Salmon Net Twine.
Cotton Seine Twine,
Cork and Lead Lines,
Cotton Netting, ali sizes.
Seines Made to Order,
Fiax and Cotton Twine,
Fishing Tackle, etc.
511 market Street. Sao Francisco
HENRY DOYLE & Co.. Managers.
Rooms In Allen's building up stain, cornp
of Cats and Sqemocque streets.
TK. 31. 1. JEXXIXG8,
PHYSICIAN AND SUKOEON.
Graduate University of Vlrrfnla. rsGX
Physician to Bay View hospital, Baltimore
ukkich in rage & Allen's building, up
T A. rffclXTOBII.
Occident Hotel Building.
ASTORIA - - - OREGOH
:,... : ..... :.. .i... i......
A Veiy Narrow-Gauge Ruilroad. js'-i" ' ' "" -
jceniPu about tin war ol tin .sec
tions, ami is abundantly able to
I never yet heard man or woman
much abused, says a noted writer,
that I was not inclined to think
the better of them; and to transfer
any suspicion or dislike to the
person who appeared to take the
greatest delight in pointing out
the defects of a fellow-creature.
Get your legal blanks at Thk
Astoeiax office. A full line of over
two hundred styles.
Olio of the most rurioiis mil-!
roads in the world is the tiMi-incli!
gauge road running from north
Bellerica, Massachusetts, to Bed
ford, it was first hooted at by
the people, but the road was com
pleted, making a length of about
eight and a half miles. There are
eleven bridges on the mad, one of
which is over 100 feet long. The
rails weigh Iwentj'-five pounds to
the 3'ard. The road is well built
and equipped. One grade is of
125 feet. The ears and engines
will at first sight ereate wonder
and admiration. Their perfect
proportions give them a handsome
appearance. They are constructed
near the ground, giving them great
advantages of safety. The oars
have an aisle with one scat on each
side, in the same manner as ordi
nary cars have two seats, each
person having a seat to himself.
The cars arc supplied with closets,
water tanks, are heated by steam,
and have all the modern improve
ments. They weigh but four and !
a half tons, ordinary cars weighing
on an average of eighteen tons.
The trains run at the rate of
twenty miles an hour with perfect
safety. The engine is placed be
hind the tender, giving it greater
adhesion to the track. They weigh
eight tons, and draw two passen
ger and two freight cars. The
cost of the railroad was $4,300
Go to Frank Fabors on the roadway,
the Fashionable Ice Cream resort of As
toria. Creain a la rose, vanila and cit
ron to-day. Private entrance for ladies.
Oystcrs'cooKcu in any styio to orucr;
the best-ln the market. Superior coffee,
and. don't you forget it.
lake rare of itself without the
help of either a history or a dic
tionary of the southern confeder
acy. Old women and cripples
only need Mich consolations as
may be had this .side of the grave
to which the living have long ago
consigned the dead. The race
that is looks forward, not back
ward, it sees in me untied coun
try a hope. It sees in the end of
slavery a blessing. It has mourn
ed over its loved ones. It has
placed its flowers around the
graves of iLs heroes, and there
they are, deeply rooted, fresh, and
sweet, and odorous, in the early.
The difference between twelve
milus f Greece and ,000 miles of
oconn, and the wonderful result in the
way of , cheap transportation which
have been produced by Meant are
strikingly illustrated in the fact that
the citizens of Athens, in flreece,
pay seventy-two cents per bushel for
the transportation f wheat from
Marathon, distant only twelve imies,
while the people of Liverpool, Eng
land, can got wheat froui Astoria,,
distant 12,000 miles, at a transporta
tion charge of about thirty cents per
bushel, or less than one-half of what
the Athenians pay for carriatge on
tlieir wheat over a dozen miles of
Down in the South American re
public of Columbia the people think
the end of all thiugs has come because
the land is overrun by locusts. If
they were to have advertising agents
thev would change their minds.
on Carl Adlcrs return from San t ran
Cisco. He will brine a little of everv-
1 thing with hira.
From one to 1,000 jmuiiuIs of Murk
spawn from sturgeon anted. Cash
paidatJ.T. lioncnr.ns Dew Drop Inn.
Ceo. Hill, proprietor and manager,
Fred Gere, stage manager, A. OMnmder,
leader of ot chest ra, Geo. Lambert, leader
of brass bawl. Niekersou onee more to
the front, and will manipulate the bones.
Mr. .Ino. Cook will ortlciate with the
tauilHuiite and Gere will interrogate.
Miss l.iiii Cook in new sngs and
danre". .lames .Monce m voeni gems.
'en iieonle on the first imrt.asplcudnl
orchestra, and the best brass band in j
isrvjioii, ami iiuii i uu nuclei it. v mm
oiieeomeall and lie oomiiiced that As
toria ran ami does siipurl the lie-t
ariet company outride of Frisro.
orchestra, and new iiiu-ie "by our excel
lent brass baud on the grand stand at
precisely 7 r. i. Curtain rises at ex
actly 8 c. m. Kiilrance on Heiiton street :
entrance to private bones on Chenamiis
l'urrlia-M-tl hy herself
T v. oitrii AUD.
Q II. BAIN & CO.,
Door, Windows, Blinds, Tnn
HoniH, Lumber. Etc.
All kinds of Oak Lumber. Glass, Boat Ma
Steam Mill near "Westou hotel. Cor. Gen
evive and Astor streets.
Satins, Ribbons, Ruchings,
Collars, Etc., Etc.,
MAIN hTIl!T. - ASTOUIA. OREGON.
.Ilothri-. ! Mothers!! 3Iutlirr
REGISTERED MABCII2J. 19"9.
CHINCHONA RUBRA, AND CALIFORNIA
II n LEX HART dt 8CHOESE.
Occident Hotel Hair Dressing Saloon
ASTORIA - OREGON.
Hot, Cold, Shower,
Steam and Sulphur
39""SpecIal attention given to ladles' and
children's hair cutting.
lrlvate Entrance for Ladles.
BOOT AXI SHOE
Chrxamus SriiKirr. opposite idler's Boole
store, - Astoria. Obkoon.
"Perfect fits guaranteed. All work
warranted. Give me a trial. All orders
w. r M'CAIIE.
J. A. BROWX
BROW.V A .TlcCABE,
STEVEDORES AND RIGGERS.
Astoria oftlce At E. a Holden's Auction
store. Portland otUcc 2-t B. street. 13-tf
Are vuu dMurlH'tl at nJhl ami hroken
of vour rest bva sick eliihl sufloriii;;
ami crv'uijr witli the excruciating pain
of cuttluj: teeth V I f so, go at once ami
get a iMittleof Mr. Wiiislow's Soothing
Syrup, it will relieve the ioor Iittli suf
ferer immediately ucHami uioii it:
there is no mistake alioiit it. 'rhere is
not a mother on earth who has ever
ascl it. who will not t-11 ou at onee
that it will regulate the ImiwcIs. ami
give rest to the mother, ami relief ami
health to the chihl.operatiuglike magic.
It ib ncrfectlv .safe to uu in all oases,
ami pleasant to the taste, ami is the pre
scription of one ot the oldest and best
female phv.sicians ami nurses in the
rnited States. Sold e ,ry where. UT.
oents a bottle.
An I'nrlvalleil Hair Ipeins.
1'nKlucing is rich and cleanly appear
ance as if nature alone had imparted ;t.
Ihirnetf.s t'oconine is the best and
cheapest hair dressing kills dnudrutT.
allays irritation, and promotes a vigor
ous and healthy growth of the hair.
Xo other comioumI produces these re
sults. The superiority of Uuruelt's flavoring
extracts consists in their terfect purity
ami great .strength. They are warrant
ed free from the poisonous oils and
aci'Js which enter into the composition
of many of the factitious fruit flavors
bow in'thc market.
Have Wistar's balsam of wild cherry
always at hand. Jt cures coughs, colds,
bronchitis, whooping cough, croup, in
fluenza, consumption, and all throat and
lung complaints. ."0 cents and .?I a bot
tle. Ice cream at Iloscocs oyster and re
freshment saloon on Main street.
BLOOD IS THE LIFE!
For this season fl the year with changeable
eliiiititr. pncnt all sort of sickness use-
THK I'XIVKIWAI. CKLKRUATEI)
OREGON BLOOD PURIFIER.
This Herbal Klim.lom. scicntlllcally pre
pareil. Ls rapidly gaining m eery city on this
coast, and l lie main astonishing cures It has
circcicd Imve now established Us efllcacy he
oml a donlit. Uoiiicinler diseases of the
1JI.00I) OR JilYER AND KIDNEY,
A goinl inciliciiie isatways necessary to effect
a cure. Try It : it will help yon.
For further Information and imrticulars
Me circular amunil ach hoi tic. Sold hy
Price. icr Ixitlle, HI Oo or r on for six bottles.
Directions m English. CcrniHii. French and
OF THE A G1H.
See our 1ih-.i1 columns lor particului", and
Chas. Stevens & Son
'1TY HOOK .STORK.
In room lately occupied by
Largest ani Best Assortment
Of novelties in the stationary line usually
found hi a flrst-class book store, consisting of
BOOKS. " FINK STATIONERY.
HOLD TEN (IOOUS, ALLIUMS.
All of which will be sold at prices w Inch
I. S. The latest Eastern and California
periodicals constantly on hand.
CH AS. STEVENS & SON.
AT MUSIC HALL,
MILS, .11 1 LI. FKE1 XI HAY
Cash paid for country produce. Small
proilts on casn sales. Astona, Oregon, cor
ner ot Mam ami o.ueroocque .sireeia.
I. W. CASE,
IMPOllTEU AND WHOLESALE AND RE
TAIL 1KALKK IN
Corner Chenanms and Cass streets.
ASTORIA - - - OREGON.
Max. WaRncr's San Francisco Na
tional brewery .beer can't lie beat.
P. Wilbclm, IJoss saloon, opposite
the Clarcntlon hotel, I'ortlaml, Oregon.
Dr. Welch will remain in Astoria
this week for the practice of Dentistry.
Ills rooms are No. 10, Occident hotel.
Mr. John Rogers of the Central Mar
ket, has made arrangements to keep all
the finest fresh fish, cte, in their season.
'Warranty deeds, quit claim deeiLs
and mortgages", for sale at this office.
OB- "VST. BLOOD,
(Successor to r.lool & I.ce.)
CLATSKANII, - - OREGON.
Is now prepared to receive orders for
Copper Handles, Mallets, Etc.
I have been enRageU In making floats, etc.,
for the past five years, ami my work has al
ways piven satisfaction. I am prepared to
fill 'all orders promptly, and on short notice
at the lowest prices, always underselling
other factories according to quality of Roods.
Order left with ,.,.
TKENCILVKD & CPSnUR.
Or addressed to the undersigned, will re
ceive prompt attention. 15. AV. BLOOD,
niay tie found oa
file nt Geo. P.
Kuwku. S: Co's
Xewpaper Advert slng Bureau (10 Spruce
i Istng contracts may
be made for It In
1. T. RAUCLAV. T. H. HATCH.
HATCH &. BARGLAY,
No. 20 California St., San Francisco, Cal.
Sons; or the Albany Beer!
Uespectfully Dedicated to and Sold by
CIIAS. GKATTKE, - - - - ASTORIA.
W EL DEMENT.
DRUGS AND CHEMICALS,
Toilet and Fancy Articles,
PATENT MEDICINES, ETC.
JSTTrescnptions carefully compounded at
-Homeopathic Tinctures and relicts,
and Humphrey's Specifics also kept.
SEA VIEW HOUSE.
J. L. STOUT, - - PROPRIETOR-
North Pacific Reach, V T.,
Will be Open for Visitors July 4, 18SI.
It Is one mile nearer nwaco thaa last season
Oood 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 ALBAN
You can find it all round in this city or 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 brcweiy is large and the machinery Is'
And every order Ls 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 Ls so sparkling, it cannot be
ir vou are feeling bad orthe blues do appear.
You can drive them away hy 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
BEER." , ,
Since then I have done so, and I'm hearty
At the round age of fifty I can always be
At my daily labor before the sun does appear
Ana each day and night 1 drink ALBANY
Also, on draught, THE CELEBRATED
C. GRATTKE, - - TVELCOUE SALOON,
Koadway, opposite 0. R. & N. Co'3 Dock.