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Astoria. Oregon. Satanky Morning, June 26, 1881.
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Warnings Against the Perils of
JK DERANGEMENT OF THE
must give rp en: sanity ok oru
THE AGE or liATLJWADS, TELE-
GltAPIIS. DAILY NEWSPAPERS
AND SENSA TWNAL NOVELS.
work awl mi ovr strain .of Jsnular fcc that of W. W. Francis,
mental nnil physical jxwms sj Waitimi Awerk-an.
TCHtor in thi ag than everj Dr. Hubert G. Stanwood inys
beforc. ami wtiM- in litis coun-l terioiisly ilfcupittrnvil while spend
try than in nay other. The veryjina vacation from his duties as
!TKiSHrJ;'Jttioii juw principal wi uw i..
Involves an increase in the cow
Tin- :cci r i:-.i.
Of all the peoples on the face of
the earth the Americans are the
least inclined to iifltoj to this jjos
pel. Ever since Benjamin Frank
lin published his Poor Richards
Almanac, the Gospel of Labor has
been incessantly dinned into their
ears. Generation after generation
has grown up under the dismal
creed that no one could work too
much, and that rest and recreation
was but another name for indo
lence. But for some years the
conviction has been growing among
thoughtful physicians that stimula
tion to activity has been greatly
overdone, and that at present there
is more need of warnings against
the perils of overwork than of ex
hortations to industry.
This is Vrl:ily Tun
Ill regard to business men and the
professional classes. Of course
there are drones in every hive, and
plexity and intensity of mental ac
tion. 3Ien leading a sitnie,
primitive .life, with few excite
ments or distractions, an seldom j
afflicted by any form of nervous
disorder. But in an age of rail
roads, telegmplis, telepltones. daily
newspaper and sensational novels,
and in a country wliere there i a
presidential leetkni every four
years, and more or less jKlitical
excitement all the year round; a
country wlnire every man is en
gaged in an incessant struggle for
wealth, or position, or power, he
wlw will not take intervals of rest,
and will not alternate recreation
with lalor, is inevitably doomed to
some form of nervous exhaustion,
if not to insanity or premature
death. There are few wlw are
Hum lmiy Diinr .Ii:ir.
The revenge which Nature lakes
on those who outrage ',(M'i mav
assume. An eminent Xew York
physician declares that Blights
disease of the kidney, nephritis,
"Tanular kidnev, heart dieasc and
even gout and neuralgia are niain-
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even m the I nited Mates men of i - 7.4
, . , ., i , ,1.1 traded mental strain and business
leisure inav be found, though
,, , , r ., . , . worrv. i et in a jociety consti-
there are not. enough oi them to - . ....
.... i i - r luieci as uui ix wi.n i iirivi;
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uuiiDUiuii; n vi.ino.
i jkiniiiinliJiAiii tl' iliMTl'liff 1 i t? . .,
leisure, it has been said, ' . '
ii r 4i, - ,, , bitions, and the universal struggle
would cure man' of their com-j '
plaints. It is quite as certain, and for ,il'W' t!lMe ,s 1" lllll
in the United States it is a truth hol of ol.tai.nng a patient tar
of wider application, that leisure inS for ,he P61 of 1?tu TlKi
for men of business would prolong! & '"Petits, with the.r eyes
many lives. We are confident, j fixCfi nl"m goitl toward winch
says the American Journal of n-ih(l' il, "SS1""?. w, lht'
sanity, that the origin of much of vaKt '"'' of cas persevere in
the nervousness and impaired! tJie citing race, despite of every
health of individuals who are not warning until the hands suddenly
decidedly sick, is owing to the Mrol Peerless, or lle benumbed
want of needed rest. Death from h" exicctedly
over brain work or j
Kxressive uro!iini to Kusiniss ) Drawn upon it. To many the ap-
jhigh sclool. It was not until a
month ago that he was heard from.
He was at Brunswick, Georgia.
Mrs. Stanwood hastened south ami
has been with her husband ever
since. Mrs. Stanwood found her
husband so changed in appearance
that she hardly knew him. I lis
memory is gone, and, having ap
parently forgotten his learning, he
is at work In a lumber yard,. From
all that can Ikj gathered from his
disjointed recollections on the day
when he disappeared from Maine,
lie was out sailing, ami going
farther than he intended, attempt
ed to catch a train. While huny
ing with all his might a yacht
came round from among the
islands and seemed bent on run
ning him down, lie raised his
oar to ward them off, when one of
tlie villains struck him on his head,
completely paralysing him and
rcmlerinsr him senseless. Brain
fever must have supervened. That
is the last that he. remembers. The
probability is that they robbed
him, and then landed him in a
helpless condition. When he knew
his identity and realized anything,
or, in otler words, came to his
right mind, he found himself in
Savannah, as destitute as the poor
est tramp, living from hand to
The Kurds Fnrewell to Hi Home.
KjK TKK A"TOi:IAN.
Fare tliee well verdant iot. fair mead
of the teil:
Of Uel year. iMit in reHaiiiuiijrihy
Khhm tleep ta:ilel brash-wooil ami
Anil fmtl stagnant waters ihut uiuiiIhtoiI
Kxeuse the Wank look, while the whN-
jMMYtl ool live
Swoeis the enl of tla heart, and
mhiikIs like a sis'" :
Awl eloiMled. iereliaiiee. by the linde or
Deem net that I -rieve for the labor and
That fitted thy hrca4 for the nmiiMeof
That waves with the breeze in the muis
For each toilsomr day brought with
niyht weet reiKM;.
Ami 11m laoral .Mfiaeiiee vtHK-haafe unto
WIki-hj Ihiik'M edwivor are foiletl in
And Hope, like a Lever, tiwk jmrtofj
While I bend mv tlim paze o'er wood
land and dei
1-jicii faiai'iar .-jK has its own tale to
lVrchanee of a pleasure, tlait leaves but
Or hardships o'er ctmie. that cold com
forts tnipni ;
ut the j:Iaitonrof home, tiiat enveloped
With ideal charms. aredisMilvinji apace;
And 1m)Jh? Hickerinc lim sheds a ray
Ami whispers, rojilent i the elder
charm of Imiiiic.
t .ll H TiMHMa-i.
A Fair Vrnpoiilion.
Outlasted it3 Usefulness.
Is declared on the highest medical
authority to be common in all
large American cities. In most
cases of this kind the victim is
palling collapse comes witlwut a
warning, or at least witlwul auy
that has commanded more than
momeniarv attention. It comes
virtually a suicide, since it -is in j to the successful lawyer at the
his power to take needful rest and"! hig'ht of his fame, ami while still
recreation if he so choose. But! immersed in business: to tle poli
multitudes of professional andUician while planning new tri
business men who are their own j umphs, and looking forward to a
masters in this respect, and are! long career; to tle merchant or
under no compulsion from their speculator while revolving schemes
necessities, go on month after !! enterprises which arc to add
month, and year after year over-j millions to his accumulations,
straining the nerves and brain, j Thus with strength overtaxed, and
until thev are suddenly smitten "fe slipping away, and eyes fixed
down by paralysis, heart disease
or cerebral apoplexy, or until their
ardor and energy are gradually
dampened by the insidious ad
vances of softening of the brain.
There are others who
t'litlrrniiiir Their I(c:illli.
And shatter their constitutions
by excessive labor, who are scarce
ly to be regarded as free agents,
and who are objects of commiser
ation rather than blame. Cari
drivers and conductors on the
street railroads are. not the only
classes who are compelled to toil
from fourteen to seventeen hours
a day for scanty wages, and with
scarcely a full holiday throughout
the year. According to the last
report of the American Association
for the Prevention of Insanity, the
increase of the class of diseases
arising out of derangement of the
nervous system, has been unpre
cedented during the last decade.
And it is to this class of diseases
thai insanity in all its forms be
longs. This increase is attributed
mainly to overwork and
Excevhe Menial Arlltiiy.
Dr. George M. Beard, a specialist
on the subject of nervefus and
brain diseases, says in a recent
essay: A century ago the prob
lem was how to make everybody
work; to-day the problem is how
to keep people from overworking;
the child of the last generation
was goaded and spurred into
study; the children of this genera
tion must be checked and restrain
ed, must be kept back and held in
from stud3. We must givo up
either ourjsanity, or our schools; as
many of them as are now admin
istered. The danger from orer-
upon a goal never to be reached,
the victim of inordinate ambition
or sordid cravings falls by the way
side, baring never tasted what is
best and. most satisfying in life.
UntittK Sacrificed II:tii)iiH
And rational enjoyment to the
restless excitement of a pursuit
as vain as the labor of Ixion.
What most men regard as the
great prizes of life, wealth, fame,
high position, even when attained
are apt to be purchased too dearly.
What is a vat fortune to a man
who is the victim of a disease that
incapacitates him for enjoyment,
and enables his heirs to calculate
the time when they shall come
into their inheritance? - Fame,
riches and power are but a liollow
mockery to him wlw finds that
they have been won at the expense
of health and vitality, and that
just ashe grasps them his judicious
physician feels called upon to
advise him to make his will.
The work ofdemolishinglheold
house at the northwest corner of
First and Columbia streets was
commenced yesterday. It was
built nearly twenty years ago, we
are informed, by a Mr. Robinson,
the parly from whom Robinsons
hill derived its name, commonly
known as "Pretty Robinson," -and
was sold by him to S. J. McCor
mick who for many years resided
there. At the time when it was
built and for years after it was one
of the most stately residences in
the city. By the march of im
provement it. has now become ne
cessary that the old buildipg should
be removed to make room for a
more pretentious ami imposing
structure and one better suited to
the growing importance of that
section of the city, which it is the
intention of the present owner of
the property, Mr. W. S. Ladd, to
have erected at once. The plat in
front of the house has already been
denuded of its coating of verdant
turf and soon the numerous fruit
trees, which for so many years
have alternately showered down
blossoms and fruit, will follow, and
another old landmark will be ronc.
Ceo. II ill. proprietor and manager.
Fred (Sere, slajre manager. A. Ostran'dcr.
leader of orchestra. Ceo. Lambert, leader
of brass hand. Niekcrson once more to
the iront.aiidwili manipulate the Ihjihn.
Mr. .Iim. Cook will officiate ;ilh tlv
tamlmrinc and Cere will inlr. oj ;
Mis-s Lou Cook in ne.v sou s :r u
danec-j. .lames Morice u vocal gem,
seven people on l.iciir.i pari, a splendid
orchestra, ami the let bra bRiul in
Oregon, and don't ou fo.-eyel ii. Come
one come all and lie convinced that As
toria can and does siipion the bes.
variel.x company outside of Fri-co.
Xew orchestral Hdeclions by our efficient
orclieslra.und new uiiimc by our excel
lent brass band on ihe grand -taud at
preci'ly 7 e. m. Curiam rises at e
actly s r. si. Knlnuice on lienton street ;
entrance to private loes on Cheuamus
A cough. coM or jsoiv" throat sliould bo
siopjicd. Neglect frequently results in
an incurable lung disease or consump
tion. Urowifs Hronehial troches tlo not
disorder the stomach like cough syrups
and balsams, but act directly on the in
ilxmed jwrts. allaying irritation, give
relief in asthma, bronchili?. coughs.
calarrh. and tla throat 1 roubles which
singers and public speakers arc sMiject
cor thins scan lirown-. iiroucitin
From this date the Astoria photograph
galTery svill conduct business on the
following plan. We svill take negatives
of any lads and esorylwHls that will
favor iis wiih a call, we will print a
nroorof the same free of charge, no one
wing under ans obligation to order
from such negatives unless they desire
to do so.
We svill take the Astoria engine eom
jmnies and all lodges and societies, any
time they svill assemble for the purpose,
and present each bulge or society with
one picture of such group, cither taken
all together or in separate pictures and
We svill take views of residences and
buildings, hotels, canneries, mills, etc.,
on the same tenns, viz: We svill take
the negatives free of charge.
We do this in order that our ss-ork
hall stand on its merits, as ss-c are pre
jmred to do good svork. No one need
wait until they go to San Francisco,
roi.r.osvixo a ke en: rmras:
full length boudoirs... Sfi 00 $4 Ml
cabinets. . . 4 00 2 TO
cards J .") 1 ."i0
I hist pictures and boudoirs. 7 00 ," 00
Vignettes cabinets ." 00 .TOO
cards :: oo 2 00
Titos. (;. Ukooks & Co.
A. V. ALLEN.
C. H. PAGE.
Page & Allen
(SUCCESSORS to e. s. laksex.)
Wholesale and retail dealers In
trendies have Itcen recommended
phs'sicians, ami alwa.ss gie perfect
satisfaction, llas'ing leeu tested bs
sviue ami conManl ue for nearly an en
tire generation, they lurvc attained ss'cll-
merited rank among tlie lew staple
remedies of tlte age. Sold at 2.". cents a
- Inquire. bkod causes juxir circula
tion, then disorders, such as liver
ami kidiics complaint.' dyspepsia, con
stiHition. 'piles, skin disorders, etc.,
which' are curable by King of the Wood.
.See advert isement.
The Count Ciuehou ss-as the Spanish
Viceroy in Peru in H2. The Countess,
his svife, svas prostrated by an intennit-
tent fever, from svhich she svas freed by
theuseofthe natis'e remedy, the reni
s'ian bark. or. as it ssas called in the
language of the country, 'Quinquina."
Cratcful for her rceos'cry. on her return
to F.urope in V?2. she introduced the
remedy in Spain, svhere it ssas kiiosvn
under various names, until Linnrens
called it Cinchona, in honor of the lady
who had brought them that svhich svas
more precious than the gold of tholncas.
To this day. after a lapse of tsvo hun
dred and fifty years, science has gis'en
us nothing to take its place. It effectu
ally cures a morbid appetite for stimu
lants, by restoring the natural tone of
the stomach. It attacks excessive los'e
ofliquorasit does a fever, and destroys
both alike. The powerful tonic virtue
of the Cinchona is preserved in the
lVntviau Hitters, s hlch are as effective
agaiiisl malarial fever to-dav as they
were hi the iktss of ihe old Spanish
Viceross. We juarantee the ingredi
ents of lhe-.e bitters to bo absolutely
pure, and of the best known quality.
A trial ss'ill-atisfy you that this is the
Lest bitter in the world. "The proof of
i ie pudding is in the eating.' and sve
ssillmgly abide this test. For sale by
all druggists, gnavrs and liquor dealers.
Cet your legal blanks at Tub
AsToniAN onice. A full line of oyer
two hundred sis les.
Glass and Plated Ware,
TKOl'ICAL AND DOMESTIC
FRUITS AND VEGETABLES.
JAY TUTTLE, M. D.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
Okkick Over the White House Store.
Residkxck Next door to Mrs. Munson's
boartlinj; house. Chenamus street, Astorl
"jQR. ar. d. jBxaraaras.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Graduate University of Virginia. -rS63
Physician to Kay View hospital, Baltimore
Ofkick In Page & Allen's building, up
'physician and surgeon,
JRoom Xo. ,'l, AHtorlan BHildlas:.
Uksidence Corner of Benton and Court
streets, Astoria, Oregon.
"P P. HICKS.
ASTORIA, --- - OREGON.
Rooms In Allen's hulldlngrup stairs, come
of Cass mid Snemocqhe streets.
Q. A. BOWLBY.
ATTORNEY AT LA"W.
Chenamus Street. - ASTORIA. OREGON
ri y. Furrox.
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
ASTORIA - OREGON
Onice os-er Page & Allen's store, Cass street
The largest and most complete stock ot
goods in their line to he fouiulhi the city.
Comer of Cass and Squeinocqhe Streets.
Wholesale and Retail Dealer
KTC. KTC, :KTC,
The IVnivian symp has cimul thoii
shiuN who were Siilicriiisi froni ilysjujp
sia,(Ichiltly, liver complaint. IhmK hu
mors female complniiits. etc. Pamph
lets free to any :uhlres. st.th V. Fnwlf
& .Soik. IJotoii.
S. (Stater fc ("o sih'ci'ssors ii K.
Mhtiukii A: Co.. haunt; iKiuulit the
iiHat ami eetuhle market of K. Sher
man Ai Co would Vopwtfiillv alc "i
eoHtiiiuaiice of the patronage hc.toweil
on the former proprietors.
-Charles Stevens & Son are in re
ccijit of a fine stock or mouldings, and
arc now prejmrcd to make jiicture
franies to onler. Call and inspect their
Ma. Warner's San l'nincisco Xa-1
tionai tirewcry beer can t e ueai.
IRISH PUX 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.
Jll market Street. Sun Francisco
HENRY DOYLE & Co.. Managers.
"P V. HOfiOKN'.I
AUCTIONEER, COMMISSION AND IN-
T) A. MelNTOSII.
Occident Hotel Building.
ASTORIA .-- OREGON
The Queen on a Tricycle.
For Port Townsend. Victoria.
Nanaimo, Fort Wrangle and Sitka.
Kor the genuine .1. II. Cutler old
Doiuhon. and the best of wines. iHpwrs
and Snn Francisco beer, call at the Com,
opposite the hell tower, and sec Camp
bell. Capt. .T. II. 1). Cray is now prcjmred
to supply the lesi qualities of llr, hem
lock, vine maple, spruce limb, etc
Leave orders at the wood yard, foot of
For a first-class oyster slew, fry,
pan-roast or fancy roust, go to loscm"s
on Ufain si red. opposite N. Loch's.
Families supplied by tlte hundred or the
sack, open or in tlie shell.
Look out for a big lot of San Fran
cisco Xalionnl brewery beer to arrive
by steamer. Oregon, t Max Wagnci's
Mr. John lingers of the Central Mar
ket, has made arrangements to keep all
the finest fresh fish, etc.. in their season.
Never go shopping without con
suiting the advertising columns of Tim
Astokiax. They will toH-yon whore
the. best bargains are to Imj had, and just
what, merchants are alive and doing
Tricycling has become the fash
ionahlc pursuit of the young men
in society, and as the ladies never
fail to follow in the wake of fashion
.when set 1)3 their admirers, the
tricycle has been adopted by them
with the greatest eagerness. At
first it was considered rather last,
and looked upon with shyness,
but since the newspaper account
of the ride taken by her Majesty
and the Princess Beatrice, each
royal lady mounted on her iron
horse and careering gayly on the
lugh road and through the green
lanes round Osborne, all scruple
has vanished. It is urged that no
danger can exist, as the Queen,
who is a heavy, fat old lady, was
enabled to sit her steed with as
much ease and confidence as when
in former days she used to prance
so proudly on her high mettled
horse before the troops at review.
Aiul'so professors of the bicycle
and tricycle abound in London,
and th' racing and chasing along
the suburban roads at twilight and
the laughing and chatting as the
iron coursers shoot by, give quite
a new aspect to the solitary walks
Why suffer such unspeakable tor
tures !' KlteiuiiHtisiu has been con
quered. Kendalls Spavin Cure is the
victor, neau tne auvertisemeitt.
Fresh candies made daily at the As
toria Candy Factory next door to
Stevens &Sons book store opposite the
Carrying U. S. IlIailN.
j5j THE STEAMSHIP
JAM ES CARROLL Cemmnndcr
Will leae I'nrtbtud for the :ihov lxirt-v
from I"laiMlcr Dm'k
No freight for Alaska tak-n afler V2 nVlwk
the day ircion-. to ili'paitiire.
For Ureiitht or Pavaee niyrij to
PHYSICIANS, CLERGYMEN, AND
THE AFFLICTED EVERYWHERE.
THE GREATEST MEDICAL
TRIUKPH OF THE AGE.
SYMPTOMS OF A
Loss of nppetito,U ausea.bowol3 costive,
Pamlfit heHond.with a dull sensation in
tho back paryPaln under tho Bhoulder-
plaue. liuincsa after eating, witn nuisin;
cBnation to exertion'of liody or'raind
&ntability of temper, Low spirits. Ios3
oTmemory, with a feeling of having neg
lected some duty. wearineBsTlJizzlneaa,
Fluttering ofthe Heary3D"ote'befbre tlio
eye37V eQow Hkin, H eadacrTe". Ko3tIes
ness at night, Mghly coloredTtfrine.
SERIOUS DISEASES WILL S00S BE DEVELOPED.
TUTTS PILLS are especially adapted to
tuchcuhes.oiie dose effects suchacbange
of feeling as to astonish tho sufferer.
They Inereaie tlie Appetite, and cause tho
body to Take on FIclu thus the system is
nnnrUhed.and by tlielrToBleActloaoa the
IlicnitlTe Orcant, Itreiilar Stools ore pro
duced, l'rlce ' cents. 55 31 array HU. Ti.W
I'.LOCK TIN, IMG LEAD,
FLOATS, MAlTlSf HANDLES,
GUM DOOTS. RICE, ETC., ETC.,
IN QUANTITIES TO SUIT.
ASTOKIA, - - OK EG OX.
CHWCHONA RUBRA, AND CALIFORNIA
n. KAKV fc CO..
Uooi-h, WludowH. llliads, Traa
Noma. L.uHiber. Etc.
All kind (f Oak Lumber, (llas. Boat Ia
Steam Jilll near Westou hotel. Cor. Oeu
evive and Astor streets.
ITHLEXnART A SOHOEXE.
Occident Hotel Hair Dressing Saloon
ASTOUIA - OltKGON.
lint, rold Shower,
Men in and Sulphur
SSpecial attention given to ladles' and
children's hair cutting.
Private Kntrance for Ladles.
BOOT AIV1 SHOE
CiiEXAiius Stuekt, opposite Adlert Book
store, - AsTOittA, Obkoox.
Ererfect fits guaranteed. All Tferi:
warranted. (Jive me a trial. All ordeta
J. A. BROWN
THE GUT! AT EST
OF THE AGE.
See our local columns lor particulars, and
KIlOW.V &. XrCABE,
STEVEDORES A2fD EIGGEKS.
Astoria ofllee At K. C. Holdeu's Auctiou
store. Portland oaice--2t U street. 13-tX
353. j&.. QXJI3?0"3!Q".
NA1XS, Itlir.L FEE1 AXD HAY
Cash paid Tor country produce. Small
profits on casli sales. Astoria, Oregon, cor
ner of Main and S(piemocqIie streets.
I. W. CASE,
LMP0RTER AND WHOLESALE AND RE
TAIL DEALER IN
MRS. II. A. DERBY,
MASONIC HALL. - ASTOKIA. OKEfiON.
Will open her new stock
Oo Thnrsflay, lay 5tn, 1881.
A FINK ASSOKTMENT OF
The Josephine Seamless Kid Gloves
Wurniiircri to I thelnM in the iiiHikct.
AIm. h larpc a-vmrtiiirnt of
Infants Wear and Ladies Dres
A large -ariety of
NEW MILLINERY GOODS
Chas. Stevens & Son
CITY BOOK STOKE.
In room lately occupied by
Largest ai Best Assortment
Of novelties in the stationary line usually
found in a first-class book store, consisting of
BOOKS. FINE STATIONERY,
COLD I'EN GOODS, ALHUMS.
All of which will be sold at prices which
P. S. Tlie latest Eastern and California
periodicals constantly on hand.
CIIAS.STEVENS Jfc SON.
Corner Chenamus and Cass streets.
ASTORIA - - - OREGON.
Sens: of the Albany Beer!
Respectfully Dedicated to and Sold by
CHAS. GKATTKE, - - - - ASTORIA.
TUTTS HAIR DYE.
Jrav Hair or Whiskers changed to Ous
Ulack by a slnclb application of thU Dyk. Jt
iniarts & natural color, acta Instantaneously.
iU hj OruggiU,or mdI by nyttn ou rfii( of il
OfTlce, 35 Murray St., HowYoik.
(Dr.TfTrS MAXriL f TaIsUU lirmtUa 4 fc
rMfal K(l(tt wIU l aUU4 UK pyU(U.
W4 E. HEliyCEJlSFT1,
DRUGS AND CHEMICALS,
Toilet and Fancy Articles,
PATEflTT , MEDICINES, ETC.
lnrliTiviil liv lirsilf
Jrnscnptloiw cirerully coiiinouiuled at
Huts. Bonnets, Vclvets,.!U,hours-
Cgfllonieopathlc Tinctiireji and Pellets,
and Humphrey's Specifics also kept.
Satins, Ribbons, Ruchings,
Collars, Etc., Etc,
HMIE BEST OUALTTY, WILL BE SOLD
JL by the hundred, or by tho box, printed or
plain, to suit customers, at
Thk AdTORUN office-
Good evening kind friends, Just listen to me,
And when you have heard me, I'm sure
I w ill give you a story, and sing It out clear
And the name or my song is the ALBANY
You can nnd it all round in this citvof 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 Ls sent to you right up to
They t;et all kinds of orders from .far and
And even one's healthy that drinks AL
For every thing there looks so clean and so
And their beer Ls so sparkling, it cannot be
If von are feeling bad or the blues do appear.
You can drive them away by drinking AL
I have an old fathe'r. who's now eighty-three.
And thlH Ls the advice hegave unto me.
He snokc to me kindly with a voice bright
If you want to be healthy, drink ALBANY
Since then 1 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
Anil each day and night I drink ALBANY
Also, on draught, THE CELEBRATED
C. GRATTKE, - - WELCOME SALOON,
Roadway, opposite O. B. & N. Co's Dock.
AT MUSIC HALL,
L General Reduci
OF TWENTY-FIVE PER HRXT. WS
(Jlotliiuo- aud FurnishingGoods.