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Astoria, Oregon, Saturdav Morning, July 0, 1 881.
liKdUTTEs or its scnyxny - ;ts
fWAXGJXa MOODS AXD J1UKS.
IFALLKX LEAK AND CASCADE LAKHS
gradually becoming narrower and
wild. The hotel itwlf is fcituitted
in a pine jrovi, which fills lite
Then is a constant tendency
among' writors to comjmro places
remarlcable for their natural
beauty with other placet- of a simi
lar general character, and com
parisons have been frequently
made between lake Tahoe and
lake (Jomo, and Geneva lake in
"Europe, or lake George in New
York. In my opinion Mich com
parisons are both improper and
unfair. These four lakes are so
entirely unlike as mere sheets of
water, and all their surroundings
are Tso completely different, that
there is in fact no common ele
ment of comparison among them.
One thing is very certain, that
Whit Come la Inline 01.1,
Take the regular trip about the
lake in the steamboat Stanford,
indulge perhaps in a boat ride and
lishingexptdition,and then go away
after a day or two, see absolutely
nothing of tin peculiar beauties
of lake Tahoe. A person must
live on the lake for days, and evi'ii
weeks; must watch it inits vari
ous moods, its varieties of form and
color, in Older to appreciate, even
to to a partial xtent. its real love
liness. When I first reached the
lake and rode across it from Tahoe
city to Taliae, my feeling, it must
be confessed, was one of disap
pointment. This wai partly due
the day itself, which was un
pleasant, cloudy, with a cold, raw
wind blowing quite strongly. But
T think the first impression, even
in the best of weather, must be
one of slight disappointment.
Lake Tahoe must always grow
upon one. The visitor must
Rumble Along Iti oodcd
Shores, day after day, must look
out upon the changing hues of the
water, the green, the light and
dark blues, the deep purple and
violets, the orange and the golden
tints, which, under different condi
tions of the sunlight, blend into
each other in an indiscribable love
liness; he must watch the play of
light and shade over tiie face of
the surrounding mountains; above
all, he must often visit and become
familiar with the charming spots
which lie a short distance back
from the shores, and which are
completely hidden from the view of
passenger on a steamboat the
exquisitely beautiful little moun
tain lakes, the numerous cascades
and waterfalls, and the grand pine
forests, lie must sec all these
features of the bcene before he
can begin to understand lake Ta
hoe. When he has thus seen them,
and they have become, as it were,
a part of his very being, he will
then admit that the praises which
have been lavished upon the lake
are not exaggerated, and that it i s
The .Host Keautlftil yiils
Tn its natural loveliness to be
found in the country, or perhaps
in the world. H needs the addi
tions made by art, the ruins, the
castles, the splendid country seals
with their elaborate ground, and
the vineyards covering the moun
tain sides, which form such a
characteristic incident of the cele
brated Swiss and Italian lakes, and
which are found to a very slight
extent on the borders of lake
George; but some of these im
provements will doubtless come in
the course of time. I would not,
at all events, exchange these for
ests and groves of noble pines for
any vineyards or gardens: and the
waters of lake Como or Geneva
cannot surpass those of lake Tahoe
in the multitude and absolute per
fection of varying hues and colors.
I can convey a better impression
of the wonderful charms of this
southern portion of the lake by
describing the results of several
expeditions made on different days
to the points of specinl interest
which lie in immediate vicinity of
the Tallac house. At the extreme
southern end of the lake there
opens a valley, which runs back
into the mountains several miles,
mouth of the valley and reaches to
the waters edge. About two miles
from the hotel, up this valley, lies
The ration Leaf J-nl.'o.
It is either a pleasant walk, ride
or drive to the border and liead of
this little sheet of water. A good
carriage remd winds through tlie
pine trees, crosses a large natural
meadow, and soon turns down to
the shores of the smaller lake.
These natural meadows, of ton eon
taining several hundred acres, are
a very remarlcable feature of the
higher Sierra, being found in al
most all the small valleys. At
this season of the year I Hey are
filled with herds, of cattle, brought
up for the purpose of feed. When
the road reacles the Fallen Leaf
lake it tin ns and rims along its
borders for about two miles to its
head, and then follows up the val
ley for a couple of miles to a very
remarkable soda snriiitr. This road
along the lake sliore is certainly
the mod. charming and delightful
mountain road i have ever jMsed
over. The. lake lies lietween Tal
lac mountain on the h skle, and
a high pine ridge on the other.
The latier slope i covered with
the foiet down to the very waters
edge, and through this llc road
runs, the lake n few rods ofi'. the
waters clear, blue and
.Nparlillu in lite iiiilii;til.
While the ground on each side of
the road is covered with numerous
sjccie.s of bright colored wild
(lower. For quiet beauty and
peaceful loveliness, this Fallen
Leaf lake is unsurpassed by any
other of the numerous lakes in this
portion of the Sierra. Fallen Leaf
lake lies about fifty feet above the
level of Talioe, and a large brook,
coursing down through the valley,
empties into it at its head, over a
succession of cascades, by the side
of which the load runs on its way
to Soda springs. About two miles
from the liotel, in another direction,
is the Cascade lake. This lies at
an elevation of alout mic iundred
and fifty feel above Talioe, in a
wild gorge, rather than valley, at
the north end of mount Tallac. 1 ts
outlet, a half mile long, pours
down the mountain j-ide in a con
tinuous succession of small cas
cades, and enters lake Talioe a
mile and a half from Tallac Itouse.
Taking a boat and rowing a mile
over the calm, blue waters of
Tahoe, you soon reach the outlet
of Cascade lake, where it
Aclunllj Tumbles Into ImUv Tailor
Over a ledge of broken rocks. At
this point, i few feet from the
stream, an old fisherman has placed
his cabin, and here lie has lived
alone, summer and winter, for
eleven year. Leaving the boat
and following up a rough road,
or, rather trail, on either side
of the outlet, after a half mile of
walking, 3011 come to the Cascade
lake. That sheet of water is ut
terly unlike Fallen Leaf lake.
What it lacks in quiet leauty it
fully makes up in wildness and
grandeur. The mountain sides
rise abruptly from each shore. On
the south side it is impossible to
make ones way to the head, the
banks are so rough; on the north
shore a pedestrian who is strong
and active ma', with difficulty,
force a passage. The only con
venient mode of mtiniiuj the head
is by means of a boat. The re
markable feature of this lake,
which gives it its name, is
a most magnificent waterfall at
its very head. A large stream
coming down from the bights of
Tallac, through a wild ravine,
pour by two or three successive
leaps over the precipice into the
lake itself. It is so difficult to get
near the cascades that J can only
form an estimate of its hight, but
I think the total descent over the
series of ledges which really
t'orni One "Waterfall.
Must be at least two hundred feet.
It is so high that the uppermost
fall can be seen from the steam
boat when three or four miles from
the shore. The cascade resembles,
in its wildness and in the broken
of the waterfalls of the Yosemitc
valley. The next interesting spot
which attracts the visitor is Enicr
ald bay, since it combines the eahn
beauty of Fallen Leaf lake with
much of the wildness and gran
deur of the Cascade. It is a land
locked bay, opening from Taiioe by
a very narrow mouth, running in
land alxmt three miles, and sur
rounded by high mountains, and
near its head by cliffs almost per
pendicular, which must le one
thousand five, hundred feet or two
tlmusand feet in hight alove the
level of itie hike. The entrance
is about three miles from the hotel,
and it can onlv be reached bv a
The MUit CinolHiii was tin skjh$I:
Yicerm in lVra in 1M. The ('unities.
fiis wife. wa. prosTrateri ly an mtemiit
lent fever, from w lilch she x Treed lj
the iiM-of lite native reined, the "Peru
vian burk. or. as it was called in the
lanuuascnr the eonnln. 'Quinquina."
Crateful for Iter reetnorj.t 1 her return
to KuntjK' in ma. he introduced the
reined v in Spain, where it was known
under various Halm's, until I.iiiinviis
called ir Cinchona, in honor of the lady
w ho had hroti!ht them that wliieh was
more precious than the ohl of the Ineas.
Tn tin da. after a lapse of two hun
dred and iff I ears, science has given
ns nothing to take its place. It effectu
ally ernes a morbid appetite for stimu
laiit. hy restoring" tin natural tone of
the sumineh. It attacks excessive he
of liquor as it does a fever, ami destroys
eoth alike. The powerful tonic irlne
of the Cinchona is preeneil in I lie
Peruvian Hitters, which are as cffeclhe
against malarial feer to-dav as thev
were in the da of the old s-jmHisli
Vicerovs. We guarantee the ingredi
ents of tlteso hitters to he absolutely
boat. I here can be no more : ,;rc. iWt f the IhM known quality.
cbunii S,.ot imagin,,! .!.,, iMSSitf&'ft
wooded shores of this bay. Al-1 the pudding is in the eating," and we
.... willing! v abide this test, tor sale by
though called e bay, it is mi all its., ill dniggists. grocers and liquor dealers.
features another mountain lake, j'1'
its wators are several hundred lec-t qummoxs. in the imult-eotirt, state r
k) Oregon Clatsop eoimtv
deep, ami have 1 beautiful green
color, in :'l their shallower parts,
from a growth of tnos" which
Cover the ICorks anil Pebble
On the bottom. As in the Cas
cade lake, a stream coining down
a wild gorsrc from the mountain
.Man (. Rmwu. C A. Mttii and C. II
I'age Haintiffs : vs. Warren Ulney. Ahnetln
IIanl.IariaMoore. Kimh C. French. C. A.
MiCiure, IlarncI H. CiHlilard. Man Hntiton.
Frank 1". oine. Malvhia Liic-ohi. Ceoree
Olnev.Hura Maoii,Uirniii.r.Ohievliilieii M.
OlneV. Mbts 1". Olne. Kane Olnc. William
Oliiex.aiHl II. It. I'efgiiMHi as I he guantiiot
of thi said Ceorge Ulney ami illi.im Ohiei .
minors, and of the said .Man Stanton aa in
sane person. .hisejihiHe -fl Kohh I
UAih and ConleU.1 Kivbb ilefemtaiiK.
ToWam-it Olno. Aloieda Ilanl. Marin .
.Moore. mil V. I'rewli. Harriet FLUoildanl. 1
HANKIE G AND lNSLTRANCE
X, ViT. CASE,
AST Mil... -.- OREGON
FJIOM S O'CLOCK A. 31. UNTIL 4
Some Mutual Insurance Co.,
.1. 1". llocoiiTOX . .President
( u.s. i:.sroicv . ...Secretary
Cfo. I. Stou .3e1u rorO-qon
C.iHtal tM ii in I . s. .'oul
cIh .DO (110 1)0
: v cas::. Agent.
CHenr..mts street. Astoria. Orepon.
'LIVKKPOOL AND LO,MON AND
NORTH BRITISH AND MERCAN
TILE OF LUNDON AND
OLD CONNECTICUT OF HART
COMMERCIAL OF CALIFORNIA
FIRE INSURANCE COMPANIES.
Kei-re"er.:int:3 capital of SO7.00O.OOO.
A. VAN DUSEX. Agent.
or. "vsr. con 3sr,
Wliolesale agent for the
RED CROWU FLOUR
M.nieli the newiuoeess.
The best Flour in the market. ll er saek.
guaranteed : If not jood as represented von
can return it. Merchants will tim! it to their
adxantage toell tliLs Flour.
BRAN. SHORTS AND CHOP FEED
Also for sale.
Persons wishing Flour or Feed will find me
at my new Drug Store, at O. R. c 2C. Co's
dock. Astoria. .1. W. CONN
Wllson & Fisher .
Tr a :es.:d"57S7-.a.:el:e.
st o. .....:... 1-.1.1 f iiim. t..i. :.. I
enters this hnv at its hoad j luu-ii. Uimm .1 oinej. .l.ili'ii M. uinex. j l.( iFlc coast
I . ti.. i.v.i...!. 1 ...... oi.r..'. .....1 win! ...;.i I
. . 1 1 r .ll!VS wim. niiin -iin-..iiit i iiii.iui dun 1
by most beautiful Miccessinn or ,:t.or,. 0uim and n. H.K;rgaso their 1 Commercial Union Assurance Co..
...f-fll. A ...!. -e;u c,M I BaJlin. n.l gtuinhaii of tin- saol JUrv
tt.UVliniin. dt. w. kin, ..li"ilj wn.-!.i.. ' s,IMIII(HI. Mil llt-iiOH IM'ISIMI. IHe UIHIe HHIIieil
, . .1 .1 1 1 .1: : non-resilient oeleihwnis,
I,.. I .vl li fmiit Aiiinn 41 till lirfll.c ':. T. .. .
nj limn 5-'".'- " ....... v.-, .iiicsiMieoi irvgi
III the name of
on. Ht and e.ieli of oti are
1" 1 i f.ll ....l -...o. ,... S iM'ivbv iiolllMtl awl required to aK-.ir aiol
loads up to the falls, ami one can, 'wertlo'eomnl.-oiit ofine HalHiiiN abmr
Capital. - - S12.500,000.
The iMHlersHeU an lireimred to
without much difficulty, reach the j SSkiSlSraS 1n. iiVkSiKT.r Ksrr. 1-oi.iciim
....... f.,. .r il.n f.llo .mil . time iM'fiHe IlM' Mrst da of the net tenn of sjtnl
very top ol the laiis, anu can tuus ,,-. i,MlK,M,-il. mt Tnes.i. ni.. -m t. fc.,,1. .r omhv
l.t,.;.. .-..m.iof,. !;, nt tliom in i ! of August, IsM . and ou and i-weii d .Merchandise by SAIL or'sTKUIKU from
" j - ,mhi willlakenotirelli:itiIi
III fflll Til rt lill. ! l.rhl....!.. l...i2l..
11 .1 ... i 1 1 ' iuwr tu mivui.r fur Mill 1 lun-lir t lil iiIhIii. .
ail ttteir various lonus aim .snapc. . ;, ,,, ,,,,,,; ,',, ,1,;. ," f of uie' relief DOMI-XTIC OK FOKKICN FOISTS.
Kroiil these sli-ht sketches the : l!;:;?'". .VfflK Unlers b .MAIL or NVIIii: promptly at-
eoiicention I tate situated in the nty or Astoria lahl j,nM"'" ,0KI..flV .,,,.,..,,. K r
conci juioii. tm aM, nwnIw, ln .,,, Ml ,un. , CIat. j si .:. ( II I K I A Co.,
lor. tnmt ami VsiistreeH,
fort land, Oregon.
LUBRICATING OILS, COAL OIL,
Sheet, Round, and Square Prepared
PROVISIONS, MILL FEED,
GARDEN SEED, GRASS SEED.
Which will be exchanged for eomitry pro
duccorsoldat lowest prices.
Corner Chenaimis and Hamilton Streets
JAY TUTTLE. 31. .
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEONi
Offick Over tlie White House Store.
IiESIdkxck Next door to Mrs. Munson"s
boarding house. Chenannis street, Aatorl7
TTlt. 3L I. JKXXI.S.
PHYSICIAN AMI SUKOF.ON.
Gnulnate I'nlversity of Virginia. iWh
PhyslcL-ui to Bay View hospital, Baltimore
Offick In P.ige & Alien's building, up
CRAXG. 31. 1
" "PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
liooiu Xo. :5. Astorian Ituildinz.
I:kmdknck. Corner of Beaton and Court
streets, Astoria. Oregon.
C. H. STOCKTON,
T I HICKS,
ASTOKIA, --- - OREGON.
Rooms in Allen's building up stairs, comr
of Cass and Sqemocqhe streets.
I Q. A. BOWLBY'.
ATl'ORNEY AT LAV.
Chenamus Street. - ASTORIA. ORKGO
Q W. Fl'LTOX.
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
ASTORIA ... ORF.C.ON
Otlke over Page. & Alien's .store, Cass street
PAPER HANGING AND WALL COLORING
A Sl'l-Cl I.TY.
GLAZING PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO.
ellop next door to Astorian Ofllee, in
T t. IIOLDKX.,
AFCTIONKF.R, COMMISSION AND
J A. 3IeIXTOSH.
Occident Hotel Building.
ASTORIA - - - OREGON
reader can form some
nlthoiijHi innerfect, of the wonder-j "" S,1U:,X,0"-"J'-1.,H' ;a?'t,;H!"1 1
' laHHHig Uk ilaintills and toe defendants I
fill beauties which surround this (excvplinslhe defendants II. B. I'ersnson.j
i.loseidiim M. Kotib. W. 1 :omI ( unleha ;
sjiot. One of the hncst expedi
tions which can be made in the
vicinity of lake Tahoe is the ascent
of mount 1 allae. 1 his can be
accomplished through the greater
intrt of the ascent on horseback.
Rohhi. according to tlie resiiecliie interests!
of the .several parties, to nit: Lots moo- (
bf red X4 ami 7, of lrioek.it. brts.-? and -1 f
Moek 51 : lots laml II nfhhiekTB; lots 1.2.S J.v Menintl Man is Men-iuil lo ios I Vast. '
and li of Week .TR ; bils ! and 7 of Woekiil : .... .. ., ....v.
lot ."i irf IibK-k 'l : krtx r. and 7 of b'oek iti : hit " sx
.soliMH-K:in imii iHoeki'T : mis aims i i ncn nnn A I nrrtu oni n I I
b)4Hkllk!;bls.land lofbhKk int:lot .'. i.r ooU.Uuu ALnEiAUY ouLU ! !
ldoek 109 : lots 1 and " of Itbn-k loj : lots .:. I. ,
.1.6.7.. 10.11 ami lonliH'kll7;hHs.;,i. ;
11 and 12 of AhV. in : bits .t.-i. ". and of ,
A tn. :i 4 on the
It ?c nrmftil lv nrli if riio5l; j Wwk. US : brts.-;. 4.7 and Md WiM-k l-JS;Iols,
it is proposca i a pnm ot jrcats;n 4R ,. Tjl11,s.flJK.k 1;.,:MN -., , of
tn miko tlii -lsponr honln it lif I InoeK 1: Hs.,.iaiHi . tn nhick im; ns i
to make tins ascenr. . noum n c ',llMi 0,14,1, i.ts;its i,r,andioriiimki w.
tiindo I will trv -mil rivr 'in uC ' lolsS, t and T, of libiek 1 1 ; M 7 of blwk I II;
made, 1 win ir .tnu gic .111 ac 1(rt7of hhtex in:bds4.u:MMi.suf bimk m..
count of it, and thti finish my i!?s7"tfs."li,!,yf1r,7.:1l!?s '."7:a,',,.;iu
' I Mock 132 : bt 7 of block -t , lois : .mil ..of
description of lake Talioe scenerv. bbn-k i.-,s : hd 2 of bhTk iw.iots 1 andj or
' - ,ldoekl0:brtsl.2.7 audSor blo-k Id .lots 1
1 12 3 l.5,.7.. :. 10, 11. 12. U. and II of . r
In the Whole History orOIed trine .Mock !: lols 1.2.7 ami MiriHwk he:, kit
of lihK-K i.I ; lots 1. 'z n. ., ami s 01 mock . .
No pieimration 1ms vwv perfornieil ! w2iwwki.i:h .1 mi wwk'nsj lj
u.Ii uunnhnu .in-rt ir niMililuiluxI sn btsl.2..a dfiof ldlK'k d, hit .1 of Mock .'. ' JpoB'
sihmi nmrveloiis vines, 01 ln.uiiuuiiiHi.so. ..,,.., .......i i... . - ,. alu, s ... ; i$
vhlea reputation, as Avi:!UiKi:i:v,kSi AlMifo'radecr.'.'that iliecoiue- :
I'r.c-rouAi., wliieh is reco'4iii7ed as tlK' :,!)(.,. of sHhlpnHHTtyb AV. II. Twdint as
world's reiiwiH for all diseases of the slu-riflT if siil rniiiilv executed .lime 1 77. i
M szirw&ii Wttti
D if 3' (Oil Hi
J. H. D. &RAY,
Wholesale and retail dealer in.
ALL KTXnS OV FEED,
Hay, Oats, Straw, Wood, Etc.
Ocncntl storage and Wharfajre on reason
able terms. Kmit of Benton street. Astoria
II. BAIX & CO..
Doors. lVindowN. ItllndH. Tran
soms. liitmber. Etc.
All kinds or Oak Lumber. Class, Boat Ma
Steam Mill near Weston hotel. Cor. Gpd
evhe and Astorstreet.s.
IT II MIX II ART A SCIIOEA'G.
Occident Hotel Hair Dressing Saloon
ASTOKIA - OKE00X.
Hot, Cold, Shower,
Steam and .sulphur
, E9Speeial attention given to ladies' and
elnldren's hair cutting,
l'rivate Entrance for Indies.
i it .....
' 1 T
BOOT AM) !SlIOi:
Chknamus STitKhrr. opposite Adieus Book
store, - A.stouia. Okf.gon.
tST Perfect fits guaranteed. All rork
warranted. Cie me a trial. All ordeia
v-JJ ,Ji05. IKD
And his Dix'aM's. b
till oat and Iiins. Its lonp:-enntuiiieiI ilo.l. W. Ihdib. deeeaed. a adiHinistralor of ; 7 " T' J? A 7) T T IT T)
seiiesof wonderful eures in all eliiuah'S : estate of Cnis iilm. deeias. i a SJ.J. s.J. i.iiJju.iy.
in uiisi iiirim iH'irs ;ii law in sum vins
lahle aiient to einidoi. Against j,,,,,, N ,H,wfcihed bv irtiie or an onler
V colds, wlijvll aie Uiefinvrilll- mx,eln his HoMr Kaleph Stidt. judge of
ha.s made it uiiixcrsnlly know u as a f all
neisof more serious disorders, it acts ivaui iWiriat eloooiKTs
siK'edily and Mirelv, ahvavs relieviiijr . c. W. l't'I.TON.
Mitrpriii, and tiften .sain life. The' Attorm-yforHahitlrTs.
protection it affords, h its timely Use in -I'iih' 2. ii. dot-sat.
invaluable iVimily to 1 kept alwa s on Sfli&ViiS;. S!."
hand m ever home. o lierson can j iar A. Van Du'en irfAlntitf
anoiu to ik wiiuoui u, aim iiiom- vhhm yu DiLMMiUcleiolani.
have oiiee Used il never will. From J To IMhIii Van Die-en the alMie naiiK'd
I'nll of Valuable- and I'raetieal In-
foezuatioii. a:id i'oiitaiuiiix nit
IIKX OT DISEASKM.
Which givs Hi.' smmiHtis. csttLM and the
Best Treatment of each ; a table giving all
the iriueiKil drugs used for the Horse, with
tlieonlinan dose.effeets and antidote when
aMisiNi; a table with an euniingof the
Uors's teeth al dilfereiit ags. with rules
for telling the aseof the Horse. u"engniv
iiio sluiniiig the uiUHirtaiit noiiits in tlie
structure of the hots,', also illustrating jmisI-
Corner Main and Chennraus Streets,
CIGARS AND TOBACCO,
JOSEPH RODCERS & SONS
GENUINE ENGLISH CUTLERY
AND THE GENUINE WOSTENHOLM
and other English Cutlery.
FAIRCHILD'S GOLD PENS
niTn.ni,n,,m3in I Astoria omce At fc. r. iioiuen'-
Genuine meersnaum ripes, etc. store. Portland unice-24 b street.
A line stock of
Wntelie.s and .Teivelrj-, luzzle and
Itreceli Iioadins Shot CiSuns and
ItltlcM, Kevolvcrs. IljtolM.
). A. UltOWN
!,; i- l-iinu-liulim if il ixiiiinriilTnii mill 1 ilefeillhlllt : III tlM lllllK Ol tile -tail' OI
"il " """ Vv ' " "M-"-"- :im,u, ,.ul,n, In.roliv r.ii'iln..l In -imur IHHIs :tsIIUUHI li s-K horses Il HcrCM lUS-
eflfects. jdiy.sieiatis use te CnKi:u '"arjjK A ,-.,,,.,. ,,,, llf nWlK
n:iT-oi:Ai.ctwisirfjin!lK-irw n SinsV h the ' " w'!,l horse-owner
.mil elersvinen reeoinineiul it. It is ! '?J "?... ,1?,,",i ',3 !" ...V..i.Vit .m thrte lo Hxe dollars each
absolutely certain in lis remedial effects, J Milt, on or iM-fon the first da of the uet
ami win anas cure wnere euns aie ' term oisahu-our;. wiihii win neon iiusia.
iu.ilili ' illiei'ddavof Auinit ISM. s-iid if mhi do not
wii'siiruA mi ok virus t so answer said comHainl. for want thereof
l oi. s.m.i. i. ai.i. nb.vu.i. llu, Hi(m.r w ,, .,.,,'y , the ciMirt for the
A cough, colli or .sore throat should lie
stopped. Neglect frequenllj results in
an incurable lung disease or consump
tion. IJrowifs lironchinl troches do not
disouler the stomach like cough nips
and balsams, but act directly on the in
llained iwrts. alla.ving irritation, give
relief in asthma, bronchitis, coughs,
catarrh, anil the throat troubles which
singers and public speakers are subject
to. For thirty years JJrown's bronchial
troches have been iccommcnilcd by
phsiciniis, and always gie perfift
satisfaction. Having ucon tested bj
wide and constant Us for nearly an en
tire generation, they have attained well
merited rank among the few staple
remedies of the age. Sold at il cents a
i'Whnl nleasure it is to i onc-s
debts! In the first plaee.it removes that
uneasiness which a person feels from
dependence and obligation. It affords
pleasure to the creditor, and therefore
gratifies our social affection, il jiro
motes thai future confidence which isso
inteieMing to an honest mind. It opens
a piospeet of being readilv supplied
wiiu wiiai you vvaiiion iiiiurciicuiMuiis.
It leaves a consciousness of our virtue;
and it is a measure we know to be right,
both in point of justice and sound ccon-
omv. I' in.illv. it is the main supiwirt of
simple reputation. Pay us, that w e may
ryif v on will send us five subscrib
ers for one vear with .?10 00 advance
pnvincnt,at the r.tleof 32 00 for each
name, we will send one cony of Tm: A
ToniAN free, to any address you may
give, and we will send an additional
copy for each additional five names that
you may send to us, wilh the cash in ad
vance of courae. for one year.
flreat good faith is shown bv the
proprietors of that best of blood purifi
ers. Kim? of. the Mood, in their offer to
disclose its rare ingredients in proper
cases. I'eopie can irus; sucn lnctucines.
The Peruvian syrup lias cured thou
sands who were suffering from dvpep
sia, debility, liver complaint, boils hu
mors, female complaints, etc. Pamph
lets free to any address. Seth V. Fowir
& Sons. IJoston.
The price ot subscriiition to Tub
Wbkki.y Astokiax has been reiliiced
to 2 per annum when paid in advance.
If not paid in advance the old price of
S will be charged.
Circuit Court Manks. County
Court Monks. Justice Court Manks,
relief pnixetl for tiiervin. which in siilHttaiiw
is a uccrcc. iiissoi nil me innius hi ni.uiium
ii v evtsting iK'tweeu the plaoitdf and defen
dant : and that the can- and ciistmh of the
minor ehiblren oe awaMed to idaiiitirT : and
that then Im deereeed r.ed vestidjit the
HniutttT all of the MrMinaI pniwit aialiHie
thinl tif all the teal estate owned bv de
fendant hi said sl.itc. which Is the tract or
land containing one hundred and ten acres
olfof lbee:Lst eml of the donation laud claim
of Daniel C. Kamev. in township 7 wi-st.
range s north, witliin said n uiity. iinveed
to ilefelldaiit bv atd Bamex by dceil dated
April Iff. If?, ami icconled on sjune day. on
p.'ges 72 and 73. IhmiK (." rtinl or deeds
for said ciHiuty.
Tills stuniiKHts is Hiliiished by v irtiie of an
onler made b his luHMir. UaKigli Mot:.
Judge id said court, at chambers, on tli 2lth
dav or.Iune. 1SSI. C. W. Kl'LTHN.
ilr.t-s-at. Attorney for ilr.iutiif.
PHYSICIANS, CLERGYMEN, AND
THE AFFLICTED EVERYWHERE,
THE GREATEST MEDICAL
TRIUMPH OF THE AGE.
EVERY FARMER SHOULD OWN
Thousands h no luvese:i it eommeud it
and man ood horsfim-n haveeMitlledit hi
the hhriiest lernis. rven siatuiK that they
preterit to books which cost . efl to $io io.
Ibinot throw awav inir hhhicx latin- nur
cIihm.. of (sstU iHrfiks on the llorse, which
are so full of (.at hi phnts's and technii-al
terms as to Ih iiumtetUK.ble to the avei
I1UY KENDALLS TItEATlSE,
A lMHk of Kw jiases. in jbiikt cot ers. siv in;
vim more nraclk'.il information than Ls con
lained in some lame v ninnies at far hhdirr
esi. iiHVtiitfcvauiiiiea tnis nooktitomngiuy
wearesaiisii u ihi
Wim:M hsi:ate a uiomenr .dxmt une-dhif: i'
cenls in its jHirciiaM'.if lo did but know the
value of us contents, ireciiizin; the dc
simblllt of having such practical informa
tion as our farmui friends dally need in
their Ihimkcss prouded al ntsouable cost
instead id beinsolh;ed to pax the enormous
proHisiiemaiHieo o uie iiimisiiers ni hioh
prietillural IJooks. we have M-eured
Several Hundred Copies
I'f this valuable little Tie.itLse on the Horse,
single cophs of which we shall be pleased to
mail to any reader of this paper, inistage pre
luihl by u, mi receipt of
s Kfinillaiiees mav be made in currency, sil
ver or stamps, hend all orders to
. J. V. IKKLA.VI),
VUsO A KIXK
Assortment of fine Sl'ECTACI.I-S and EYK
I. W. CASE,
IMl'OUTEU AND WHOLESALE AXD UE
TAIL iKALER IN
Corner Chenamus and Cass streets.
ASTOKIA - - - OREGON
j THE ASTORJA
I III 1h' UJM-II
H. K. WAHRE5. T. U". E.4TO.X
Astoria Market !
oitesiti: orciriENT hotei ,
ASTORIA. --- - UK BOON'.
WARKKX & KATO.V. rroprietorH.
(Succt4r to IFitrre u X JlcGuirrl
Wholcsalo and Rot.iil Dealera in
Fresh and Cured Meats
A full line of
FAMILY GROCERIES, FLOUR. FEED
HAY. CANNED FRUIT, VEGE
x"Ruttcr, Eggs. Chceae, ote. constantly
CS Ships supplied at tho lowest rates.
STEVEDORES AND RIGGERS.
Astoria office At E. C. Holden's Auction
SIRS. S. T. McKEAN,
All kinds of
LADIES UNDERWEAR, ETC.,
Corner of Cass and Jefferson streets, Astoria.
SS.stampinj? done to onler.
3EL l. TJI3ST3KT.
XAII.MILI. FEED A3il HAY
CiLsh paid for country produce. Small
profits on cash sales. Astoria, Oregon, cor
ner of Main and Soueniocohe streets.
Sons of the AUmio- Beer!
SYMPTOMS OF A
renfnvtTOTltA "rVJMf:ftn VtnTxrfk1i ntfirn.
KTnintCTewithiCTrijwi Every Saturday and Holiday
EHftVftcE"Tiart. Pain under tho shoulder- I
BTarle, lollness after eatinK,ith a dlsln- j p0R
cKnation to exertion ofbody or mind, j
tmtaDUlt7oftemper.ljovp-spirit8r!Co3 . Pleasure. Fun, Exercise. Innocent Re-
'gSggpgESSg -nation and Games of different kinds.
t'lutterinp ol tno teaix, jjouj ooiorojnu
BYesTYellow Bkiru Headache. Jtestlesa I
ness at nignt, niBbly colored Unno. .Foot Racine: and Horse Racine
THE DEW DROP IHH !
Oh. fishermen, all hear the fiood news !
A fine saloon is started with hest of
Liquors, Wines and Beer,
ANI) FINE FREE LUNCH UNOLARDED.
The Grandest 'aviar and riieese.
IX SANDWICH THICK AND THIN
And will von spend a pleasant hour, drop in
at the 1)E"W DROP INN on foncomly street.
Astoria and H.nappton
Regular Mail and Passenger
V. AVAVE-. MASTER
Repectfully Dedicated to and Soul hy
CHAS.0RATTKE, - - - - ASTORIA.
flood eveninj; kind friends, just listen to nie.
Ami wnen jou nave ucani me, I'm sure
r w ill riv e you a story, ami sliif: it out clear
And the name of mv senj: Ls 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 hrewery is large and the machinery Is
And everj enter is sent to you right UP I"
Thev et all kinds of orders from far and
And cverv one's healthy that drinks AL
For every thing there looks so clean and so
And their heer is so sparkling, it cannot be
If vou are feeling had or the blues do appear.
You can drive them awav hy drinking AL
I have an old father, who's now eighty-three.
And this Is the advice he gave unto me.
He spoke to me kindly with a voice bright
and clear '
"It y on w ant to he healthy, drink ALBANY
on Each Saturday.
LT THESEWABHDf GB ABE UHHKK.MZ3,
ccoiniic niectcrcvnil ennu RF nPVFLGFED.
TUTTSPILLSaroespecJallyadnptdto ", awarded lo the winner In each game,
such casesonedoso effect sucbttchane ' Tlie Cnrden lobe open to Uie fun loving
of feellnB as to astonish tho ouffflrcr. t.uies f Astoria and viclnitv Tor the sea-
J31iStSrSS& ' " "r " opkrs s. co.
au . ""ntrr1 A Crenera)! eduction
1U1! 5 nftin inc.;
Iray Hair or Wiiiskkss changed toa?AA
B.At K by a Mncl flppucauon oi wus xrr
tnpuru a naUiral color, ncta Iaslentr.aco;ly.
Since then I have doue so, and I'm hearty
t the round age of fifty I can always be
nSS?dSlyttVe Kna,,,,tn f0r Ast0rlA j At my dally labor before the sun does appear
CARRYING THE U. S. MAIL- Hfg aml " l AWA
Also have a lighter which enables her t , Also, on draught. THE CELEBRATED
carr- wootl or f relglit or any kind. BOCK BEER.
S For charter, freight or passage, at llv- ! r.r i-n.-f MTwnMreiTnnv
In? rates apply on board, or at I. V.'. Case's CILVTTKE, - - WELCOME S.XXOON.
store. ) Headway, opposite O. R.&N.Co'sJ)ock.
OF TWK.-VTY-1TIT. PER CEXT. 03f AT.T.
'ncviiZZn Mi'm ; Mi. .i xn ;! , nrtrt-in
tfWiiiZ fa in . far kftlSnt T Jk filCOt 3& murTBy at, ew , vn, JIUV111U ItllU JLl UliliaUlilii WUU6,
character of the crags about its some J Astobiax ofllce. J ci 5tU Vw t. uU w. lua l