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About The Daily Astorian. (Astoria, Or.) 1876-1883 | View Entire Issue (July 20, 1881)
Astoria, Oregon, Wedncsdav Morning. July 20, 1881.
At i ifi'jririfi'iiiir
The Salem Mayor Abroad.
Mr. E. R. ILiwes loft at our of-;
fice, last week, a copy of the
Metalic Worker, a weekly journal
published in New York, in the
interest of the stove, tin, plumbing,
and house-furnishing trades, in
which we find the following incog,
reference, possibly to Mr. Craw
ford, the live mayor of Salem,
who is known to be somewhere in
the east. The .Metal Worker says:
"Noticeable among the many
strangers who visited Coney island
two weeks ago was a gentleman
from Salem, Oregon, whose name
we are unable to learn, but from
the intelligent manner in which
he discussed the Conkling-Platt
muddle, and the political affairs of
the far west, we judge him to be a
politician of no mean icpute. lie
was in company with two gentle
men from this city, one of whom
represents in New York the lead
ing stove and metal house of San
Francisco, and the other was a city
stove manufacturer, who seemed
to be urging the scheme of form
ing a syndicate between the three
to corner stoves and control the
best share of the worlds trade in
this important manufacture. The
gentleman from the west evinced
decided character, and his appear
ance was such that even a casual
observer would scarcely be apt to
pass him without turning to ad
mire his fine physique, long, flow
ing beard, high foiehead, partially
bald head, large, luminous eyes
and slow, easy gait, the absence
of a necktie and his broad-brimmed
hat, hardly an' the worse for the
ravages of many tempests and
giving piomise of weathering
many moie. He showed that re
markable vigor of health and vi
tality that proved him capable of
enduring a climate of 110 degrees
above or 20 degiees below the
zero mark, and stamped him as an
old traveler. That the trio had
visited Central park was evident
by the glowing account he gave of
the feelings he experienced while
gazing at that ancient piece of
Egyptian art, the obelisk. His
forte seemed to be story telling,
and he related them in a manner
so full of earnestness that it re
quired some knowledge of the
subject on the part of the hearer
to be able to decide whether to
credit them to the account of
"yarns" or facts. In speaking of
the "Willamet river, which few
eastern people know much about,
he pictured the beauties and
smoothness of the river, and told
how last spring it rose to the hight
of thirty-seven feet above its or
dinary level. He was a thorough
linguist and frequently gave utter
ance to an expression of surprise
or pleasure in a foreign language,
but whether living or dead, nobody
seemed to be able to decide.
"Kanaway bias close" seemed to
be a favorite expression, which we
concluded was one of approba
tion, as he vented it several times
when shown some new curiosity.
When taken up into the observa
tory three hundred feet high,
which he sought to belittle by
comparing it to Mt. Hood, Mt.
Jefferson, Mt. St. Helen, etc., he
drawled out his favorite utterance
as above, and added, sweeping his
hand in the direction of the sea,
with the air of a man who takes in
everything at "a glance and settles
it with a word, uskucum chuck."
The big cow that gives the milk
punches, which he had heard of,
was a lodestone to him, and he was
not contented until he saw it.
Whether he tested the quality of
the punches or not we are not pre
pared to state, but we thought he
acted a little strangely. He re
marked that he felt as if he
weighed 1750 pounds and the
country was full of republicans,
and rattled off several sentences in
the doubtful tongue, winding up
with a toss of his hat and the ex
planatien: ::hiyu meuse-a-meuse."
When his companions suggested a
lunch he was not quite modest
enough, in accepting the invita
tion, to disguise the fact that he
had been waiting for it for some
time. He was at home in every
thing, and in nothing more than
this. He showed his thorough
appreciation of the style in which
the caterers on the Inland serve
their patrons, and at the finish
smootlied down his long beanl,
drew back his chair, nad, apparent
ly well satisfied, s-aid. "hivu klatu."
He indulged in a few minutes
rifle practice, and although the
first few shots strayed from the
mark, which was not the cows
fault; he aftcrwaid proved that he
was by no means unacquainted
with the ;poii. On the icturn
home he jumped from the street
car, which was going at u rapid
rate of speed, in the opposite di
rection to which the ear was going,
and surprised everybody by kctp-
hg his feet like a cat. The con
ductor topped the ear, and, find
ing the passenger sill right, growled
out that a man of hi age ought to
know better than to get off the car
in that manner. With cutting sar
casm he lepiied: '-My friend, if
you had lived out west as long as
I have, awl lode a many kiuse
ponies you wouldn't be particular
how you got off a street car.'
This is the last our reporter saw of
him, but hf has been instructed to
take the earliest opjortuiity to
interview his two companions to
learn more" of his antecedents, as
he feels interested in the gentle
man. SCARLET SNOW
The Polar Phenomenon Viuible on
a Colorado Mountain.
1m ille ClumiiHe.
Prospectors icturning from the
Holy Cross country, and especially
from the head of Cross creek, re
port that the ground is covered
with red snow in the almost inac
cessible defilet. Mount Shasta, in
California, is the only other known
place in the United States where
this is seen. In Polar regions it
is a familiar sight, and no exten
sive traveler there returns without
a description of it. The broad
fields of ccrlasting snow that
flank the northern coast of Green
land, are fl.ikcd with the strange
blood red, and further toward the
pole miles of it stretch as far as
the naked eye can icach. The
phenomenon is due to the pres
ence of a minute animalcule in
the snow. A microscope detects
its presence, but how it got there
is a difficult question, and one
that has never been quite satisfac
torily answered. The n'd snow in
this legion is first seen at the
head of Cross creek, where it may
be observed in patches of intense
carmine, varying in area from as
large as a man's hat to twenty
feet in diameter. Taken in the
hand and closely examined, noth
ing can be detected that gives it
color, and it melts into clear red
water, leaving no stain. Further
on in some of the steep gulches,
with which the country abounds,
the bottoms aie entirely oovered
with the strange substance. In
some places the color is vivid in
the extreme, while in others it
fades to a pale pink, producing an
effect not readily described in
words. Old prospectors, who pene
trated the region two years ago,
say that there was no snow of this
description there, and its fall can
scarcehy have antidated this year.
Still higher, and at the very foot
of the mountain, the red snow
disappears, and nothing save the
pure white coverlet greets the eye.
How the same tiny insects that
sent the Boreal can find their way
to the inaccessible Holy Cross, is
athingbej'ond human kin, and will
be a problem for the scientists of
the future to ponder over.
Charles Coffin Harris, chief jus
tice of Hawaii, is dead. He was
born at Portsmouth, New Hamp
shire, June G, 1SS2. His grand
father, Abel Harris, had been a
wealthy merchant and ship owner
in the days when Portsmouth was
an important seaport, and traded
both with the West Indian islands
and Europe. His father, William
Harris, was educated at Harvard,
where he graduated, and then
studied medicine, and where the
deceased also graduated.
Buy The Weekly Astouiax in
post-paill wrapper for ton cents, and
bend it to some friend in the cast. It !
better than a letter.
i'ni"T;s .Wlfr .
How "We Shall Do Our Cooking and
Heating When Coal Gives Out
New York Time.
There can be no reasonable
doubt that the fuel of the future,
for use in our dwelling houses, will
be some kind of gas, distributed
through the city precisely as illumi
iiating ras is now delivered. The
use of coal is extravagant, waste
ful and inconvenient, and the dust
and smoke arising from it add
much to the impurities of the air,
while the removal of from 100 to
200 pounds of ashes for every ton
of coal burned is a great annoy
ance. Several substitutes for solid
fuel have been proposed, all of
which have strong advocates.
These are steam-heat, hot water,
and gaseous fuel. So far as the
warming of dwellings is concerned,
it must be admitted that Mr. Holly
has succeeded in demonstrating
that steam can be generated at a
central station and economically
distributed for this purpose. Tut
for cooking purposes steam heat
supplied in this way cannot be
made available.- At the present
time it is the custom to use steam
for heating purposes it higher
pressures than formerly, some
times as high as twenty pounds to
the square inch. The prospects
for the hot-water system do not
seem promising f great success.
The practical difficulty of main
taining a constant circulation
through a great number of pipes j
running in every direction .seems
to be almost insurmountable.
Moreover, granting that this diffi
culty is overcome in practice, a
fatal objection still remains, which
is that the temperature of an
apartment heated by hot water
pipes cannot be easily regulated;
for. if the room is too warm, the
water cannot be shut off like
steam, but must remain in the
pipes if the circulation is inter
rupted, and part with its heat
gradually, or if more heat is
roquired, the fires must be
quickened, and the water has
to make an entire circuit be
fore the benefit i- felt. The
temperatuic of the water in the
Prall system, which is. pcihaps,
the best known of all, is to be
about 400 to 425 degrees Fah
renheit. Such a high temperature
involves a pressure at the boilers
of not less than nineteen or twenty
atmospheres, and it is doubtful if
such a pressure can be regaided as
quite safe. The system of heat
ing which is destined to supercede
all others is by means of traseous
fuel. For this purpose a suitable
gas can be manufactured Aery
cheaply, and there need be no
inoi e difficulty or danger attend
ing its use than is met with now
in the use of illuminating gas. By
passing a current of steam tlnough
an incandescent mass of coal in a
suitable furnace the oxygen of the
steam combines with the carbon
of the coul to form a combustible
gas, while the other constituent of
the steam, hydrogen gas, which is
also combustible, is set free. The
mixture of carbon oxide and hy
drogen thus produced, is the so
called '-water-gas," and it is this
gas which seems likely to come
largely into use for a household
fuel. - A not unimportant fact in
connection with this gas is that,
although it will explode with the
proper proportion of air, its ex
plosive energy is much less than
that of ordinary illuminating gas.
The introduction of gaseous fuel
would not necessitate very great
changes in the stoves and ranges
now in use. The convenience and
economy ot the system commend
it to everv one.
3F"Vhat pleasure it is to pay one
debt.s! In the first place.it removes that
uneasiness which a ierson feels from
dependence and obligation. It afTords
pleasure to the creditor, and therefore
gratifies our social affection. It pro
motes that future confidence which is so
interesting to an honest mind. J t ojhjus
a prospect of being readily supplied
with what you want on future occasions.
It leaves a consciousness of our virtue;
and it is a measure we know to bo right,
both in point of justice and sound econ
omy, b inally. it is the main support of
simple reputation. Pay us, that we may
Never go shopping without con
suiting the advertising columns of The
Astoiua They will tell you where
the best bargains are to be had, and just
what merchants are alive and doing
CJhkl & J jJtvtiL
The Count Clnehou was the bjmuish
Viceroy hi Fern in HKi). The Counter,
his wite. was illustrated by an intermit
tent feer. from which she va- freed h
the mm ot the native reiiiei.tiie Peru
vian Iwrk. or. a-, it was called in tin
language of I he country, "Quiuniiiiia."
Grateful for Iter recoer. on her return
to Karoj.e in VW. she introduced the
rented v in: Spain, where it was known
under various nanus, until J.uiuauis
called it Cinchona, in honor of the hid
who had brought them that which was
more precious than the gold of thelneas.
To this day. after a lapse of two hun
dred and rift. ears. science bus given
us nothing to take its place. It effectu
ally cures a morbid appetite for stimulant-.,
by restoring the natural tone or
the stomach. It attacks excessive loe
of lupioras it does a lccr. and luMrov
both alike. The powerful tonic irtfie
or the Cinchona is preserved in the
Peruvian Hitters, which are as effective
against uiMlarial fever lo-dav as the
were in the das of the old Spanish
Vieeros. We guarantee the ingredi
ents of these bitters to lie absolutely
pure, and of the hot known qualit.v.
A trial will satisfy on that this is the
best bitter in the world. "The proof of
tite pudding is in the eating." and we
willing! abide this test. For sale b
all druggists, grocer, and liquor dealers.
Advancing year-, can, sickness, dis
appointment, and hereditary predtspoM
tm all operate to turn the hair gray,
and citltcr of them inclines it to .1hhI
prematurel. A"v i:fs II vn: Vioei: will
restore faded or gray, light or red hair
to a rich brown or deep black, as may
be desired. It softens and cleanses the
scalp, giving it a health action. It n
movcs and "cures dandruff and humors.
IJy its use falling hair is checked, and
Anew growth will be tiroduced in all
cases where the follicles are not de
stroyed or the glands decayed. Its ef
fects are beautiful! shown on brashy,
weak, orsiekh hair, on which a few ap
plications will produce the ,gIovs and
freshness of nulh. Harmless and sure
in its operation, it is incomparable as a
drawing, nud is eieciall valued for the
soft lustre and richness of tone it im
parts. It contains neither oil uorde.
and will not soil or color white cambric:
et it histslong on the hair, and keeps it j
fresh ami vigorous. !
ion s w.i: r.v am. ukam.i:
A cough, cold or soie throat should be j
stWJIJH'U. .MIlTl IICIJUCIII! 1CSHUS III
an incurable lung disease or consump
tion. Jtrown's l.ronchial tiochesdo not
disorder the stomach like cough sjiups
and baNaius. but act direetlv on the in
named parts. alla.viug irritation, give
relief in asthma, bronchitis, coughs,
catarrh, and the throat troubles which
singe-s and public speakers are subject
to. Forthirlj jear Brown bronchial
troches have been recommended bv '
phsieians. and alwas gie lKTfect J
satisfaction. Having been leMed b
wide ami constant ue for nearly an en
tire generation, they have attained well
merited rank among the few .staple
remedies of the age. Sold at a." cents a
Have Wistars balsam of wild cherry
alwaj s at hand. It cures coughs, colds,
bronchitis, whooping cough, croup, in
fluenza, consumption, and all throat and
lung complaints. .TO cents and M a lxt-
hfe w BT03IACBE 0
Feeble mid Sickly Verson
Iteenvpr tluir wt.ilil hj mirsinun course
of Hostetter's Moniruh Hitters, the most
jxipnlar imignrant and alii rathe medieme
in use (cncml deliht, fever and ntaie.
dysjesla. ctHistipalHHi. rheumatism, ami
other maladies are completelv removed l
it. Ask tlHw Him have used it what it has
done for tltciu. For sale l all druttfUts
and dealer riicrali.
Wa E. HKIMCElSrT.
W ASTOUIA. OREGON.
DRUGS AND CHEMICALS,
Toilet and Fancy Articles,
PATEflTT MEDICIIES, ETC.
tSI'rescniUMMis carefullv comioiinded at
By-Homeopathic Tinctures and Pellets,
and Humphrey's Sjeclrl-s also kept.
rillUS INSTITUTION. UNDER GARE OF
X the Sisters or Ctiarltj.ls now reach Tor
the reception of pRticuts.
, Private rooms for the accommodation of
anv desiring them.
Patients admitted at all hoursibu ornlht.
No dt)-sieian has excliLslve rig'ht. even'
patient is free to and has the privilege of
euijHmiiigany physician thev jircrer.
United StatcM Klariue
Seamen who pay Hospital Dues, are enti
tled to Freccare and attendance nl thLs Hos
pital diirine .sickness. Permits mutbe ob
taincd for United States Marines at the Cus
SlSTKHS OK CltAKITV.
Improving Upper Columbia and
Vmtkd Sjates Espls keu Office.
Porflaiul. Oregon, .lulj ll!, isSl.
SEALED PROPOSAlfht dupllrate. will
lie rcceivwwittthis ofllec until It o'clock
.. M.. August atH. lbSlt for removing 1000
cubic yards solldrrrockj more or less, from'j
unper uinmiaa aim Jiotuiy itapids. Coium
bfa River. au"l frotn the ouannel over Pa
loaseJtJipld.s'.SnakeiRlveE. liclovv Ivvlston,
Idaho. AppronriatUln Sl3,x. SiHSCillca
tlons and blank fCrrns of proposaLs can be
obtained on application.
G. L. GILLESPIE,
CS-ct Major of Engineers.
1 &h9&fe&M&SL wijzF' ?
BANKING AND INSURANCE.
BANKING AND INSURANCE.
X. VJ CASE,
. INSURANCE AGENT.
ASTOKI.i. - OREGON
FJIOM s O'CLOCK A. M. UNTIL I
O'CLOCK V. M.
Home MMnal Insurance Co.,
.1. F. liOUOllTOX.
Cuas. Jt. SroK. .
iSi:o. I s.ru! .
.AKi'iit for Osteon
CaHlal Htii up in U. s. gold
coin . $ S00 000 to
X Y SJ:. Agent,
Che tenuis street, Astoria. Oregon.
LIVKill'OOL AND LOVMON AND
NORTH K1UTISU AND MERCAN
TILE OF LONDON AND
OLD CONNECTICUT OF HART-
COMMERCIAL OF CALIFORNIA
FIltE INSURANCE COMPANIES.
Kei-restHitiBS a capital of 07,000,000.
A. VAX DUSEN. Aceut.
. .Merwiul 3I.MM rs Merelml to his Beast.
O.MY 2.1 CF.XTS.
650,000 ALREADY SOLD ! !
A treatise nut! e
And hU lise.es. !.
JJ.-J. i.Jiie Ul'IIjIj. Al.JD,
l r ntunbie ami S'raetical In-
fociiKition. nnd i'ontniiiinjr an
ix:::. or oxjikames.
Which yics the sxmpioiHs. cause and the
ltest Treatment of each ; si taWe iing all
the principal drugs tt.cd fur the Horse, with
the ordinary dose, effects and antidote when
a ihshi : a table with an emtravurg of the
Horse's teeth at different :?es, with rules
fir telling the age of tin!Iore: fiTiengrav
Iuks situHhiK The imiHHt.iiit mnuts in the
' itrwture of the horse, also illustrating posl-
tarns assumed by sick luirscs in diifcrcnt dis
ic.tses. a valuable coUcctioti of receipts.
iu.ui o unkii would cost a iHirse-owner
three to Hie dollars each.
j EVERY FARMER SHOULD OWN
j - THIS BOOK.
I Tluuaiitls wiio have seen it commend i
laud lirlliv ifiXHl Imrsenteii lmc extolled it in
the hiiics( terms, even stating that they J
itreier u i ikhmck which rtk .i mi in sin m
l)u not throw anax ottr iimmh-y In the imr-
cii.im" w ciij ihmwws tm we i mrse, vriuca
arc so full of' I.itin phrases and technical
terms as to he nnuiieibiMe (nine average
BUY KKXDALTS TKKAT1SE.
xV book of luo pages, hi paper tivTs. pin
ott more practical itifnrnitieii than Is rou
t.iiiied in some large vobimes at far higher
c.Kt. lI:tinKcxamrrdtiii! ok thorough!
weare vilislled ttu
Wind i ! Kitten in.ii.-sil ,!.mt investing IS !
'tUHiii.isjHinuasc.il ie (!! wit i.novrthc
value of Us rotitcntv l.-t nt7iiig the de
siralnlitv 4r having such prwthtl iuftinua
ttoii :is our fHnniim fneiuN dil need In
li:e:r !hisiihss. pmvideti at r :tsMiahlc cost
liiste.ul or luiugiirtig".! ; ptv I lie enormous
profits ileiii.indeil hv the l'ehlishers uf most
Aericiilliiral I!4-ks; .ve h tve stt-nred
Several Hundred Copies
(If this valuable little Treatise on the Horse.
single copies f winch we shall lie pteasi'tl to
man loany reaueroi nils paper. jHtsiaKe pre
paid by us, mi receit of
Keiiuttaiires mav lie rmnle in eiirrviicv, sil
ver or stamps. Send all orders to
i. . ii:ki.a.i.
Shaving and Hair Dressing Saloon.
On the Roadu.o net to I. Foster's saloon.
The Wst of sHttsfx-llOM giianiuteed
A lllieral si tare uf the trade soHeited.
V. It. DA V, Proprietor.
WA1C IS IKCLAKF.I WITHOUT
And no terms of iiexcc until
,.vN everv niAii iiiAttoria Uusanew
suit of elothrs
3IAIK KV .MK.1AT.
Jjodk at the prices :
Pants to order from - - - ?S Co
Pant. Genuine French Camhuere - 12 M
Suits from - -- -- -2500
Tlie finest line of samples oh the coast to
select from. v. .1. MEANY,
Main street, opposite Parker Ilim.se. Astona.
For sale ex Warchouoe at Astoria or Portland
B ASjFOFR, DTIIJtli: A- Co.
wK gg w
mm &h w iSL S
A General Reduction
OF TWESTY-riVE PER CEXT. ON ATX
Clothing and Furnishing Groods.
3. VT. 0O3JT KT,
Wholesale agent for the
RED CSOWlf FLOUR
Made bj the new ptrccs;s.
The best Flour in the market. Everv sack
guaranteed ; If not good as represented joa
ean return It. Merchants will find It to their
advantage to sell this Flour.
RRAX, SHORTS AND CHOP FEED
Als for sale.
JVrsons wishing Flour or Feed will find me
at my new Drug Store, at l). It. & N Go's
dock. Astoria. J. VT. COXX
Wilson & Fisiier
LUBRICATING OILS, COAL OIL,
PAINTS AND OILS.
Sheet, Round, and Square Prepared
PROVISIONS, MILL FEED,
GARDEN SEED, GRASS SEED.
Which will be exchanged for country pro
duce or. sold at lowest prices.
Corner Chenamus and Hamilton Streets
C. H. STOCKTON.
1 3KEcra,sge, sxcjosr
PAPER HANGING AND WALL COLORING
A .sfECI U.TV.-
GLAZING PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO.
C3Shop nest door to Astorian Oillee, in
Sinister s building.
J. H. D. GKAY,
Utiolesale and retail ilealer in.
ALL KIXJJS Or FEED,
Kay, Oats, Straw, Wood, Etc.
General storage and Wharfage on reason
able tenus. Foot of Kenton street. Astoria
Oregon. WILLIAM EDGAR,
Corner Main and Chenamus Streets,
CIGARS AND TOBACCO,
JOSEPHRODCERS &. SONS
GENUINE ENGLISH CUTLERY
AND THE GENUINE W0STENH0LM
and other UnsIIsh Cutlery.
FAIRCHILD'S GOLD PENS
Genuine Heershaum Pipes, etc.
A flue stock of
Watehes and Jewelry. Muzzle ami
Itreecli T,o:idins: Shot Guns and
Kllles, Ilevolvers. PlNtoN,
At.SO A KINK
Asyortinent of line SPECTACLES and EYE
. W. OAkSB,
IMPORTER AND WHOLESALE AND RE
TAIL DEALER IN
Corner CheuaiuiLs and Cjuss streets.
ASTORIA ... OREGON
D. K. W'ARRRa. T. W. Ktoi
Astoria Market !
OPPOSITE OCCIDENT HOTEl ,
ASTORIA. .... OREGON.
WARRE.V J: KATO.Y. I'roprletorH.
(Sueceon to Warren d: HcGuirr"
Wholcsalo and Retail Dealers in
Fresh and Cured Meats
A full line of
FAMILY GROCERIES, FLOUR, FEED
HAY, CANNED FRUIT. VEGE
ea'Buttor, Eggs, Cheese, etc. constantly
CS Ships supplied at the lovren ratoa.
THE DEW DROP INN !
Oil, fishermen, all hear the good news
A fine saloon is started n ith best of
Liquors, Wines and Beer,
AND FINE FREE LUNCH UNGUARDED.
The Grandest Caviar aud Cheese,
IN SANDWICH THICK AND THIN
And will you spend a pleasant hour, drop in
at the DK
in ukui'l on concomiy street.
J. T. BOECHERS.
Astoria anil Jknappton.
Regular Mail and Passenger
CS"WI11 le:ivo Knapptou for Astoria and
CARRYING THE U. S. MAIL.
Also have a lighter wliicu enables her t
earn' wood or freight ot any kind.
fiQr For charter, freight or pas3&go,at liv
ing rates apply on board, or at I. V . Case's
"P CKAXG, 31. J..
"PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
Hoom Xo. :t. AMtorlan Rnildiu.
It I STATUS.)
"RhMDhMK Corner of Kenton nud Court
street". Astoria, Oregon.
tAY TUTTIiE. 5l7l
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
OFFicK-Over the White House Store.
Rksidkxcr Next door to Mrs. Munsoa
boarding house. I'henamus street. Astorl
J). 3L I. JRSXISGH.
PirySICLVN" AND SURGEON.
Graduate University of A'lrsinia. ises
riilslclan to Bay View hospital, Ualtlmord
Clt . lS09-';o.
Office In Tage &. Allen's building, up
stairs, Astoria. K
Rooms In Allen's building up stairs, corar
of Cuss and Sqemocqhe streets.
J Q. A. BOWLBY.
Chenamus Street. - ASTORIA. OREGOA
Q W. FCLTOX.
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
ASTORIA - - - OREGON
Oniee over Pjgc & Allen's store, Cass street
T? C. IIOMKX.
AUCTIONEER, COMMISSION AND IN.
T A. nrcIXTOSH.
Occident Ilotel Rullding,
ASTORIA - - - OREGON
Q II. I5AIX & CO..
OKAl KK IN-
Dootm, Windows, IIIIndH. Tran
sonis. liimiber. Etc.
All kinds of Oak Lumber. Glass, Boat Ma
Steam Mill nearlVeston hotel. Cor. Gen
eviveand Astor streets.
UHIiKXIIAKT A SCIIOKXK.
Occident Hotel Hair Dressing Saloon
ASTORIA - OREGON.
Hut, Cold, Shower,
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BATHS. - -sgg
J3?SpecIal attention given tolad!e3'anc
children's hair cutting.
Private Eutranee for Ladies.
BOOT AXI SHOE
Ciiknamvs Strkht. opiwslte Adlert Book
store, - AsTOUiA. Orkuox.
f&-Perfect fits guaranteed. All work
vvarranted. (Jive me a trial. All orders
J. A. BROWN
RROWX A 3IcCAl$E,
STEVEDORES AND RIGGERS.
Astoria office At E. C. Holden's Auction
store. Portland oRiee M R street. 13-tX
ffiS. S. T. McKEAN,
All kinds of
LADIES UNDERWEAR, ETC.,
Corner of Cass and .lerTerson streets, Astorl?.
SStampIngdone to order.
JE1. A. QTJXIKriKr.
IVAITJ. IIIIT.X. FEED ATfD HAY
Cash paid for country produce. Small
profits on cash sales. Astona. Oregon, cor
ner of Main and Squcniocuho streets.
Sens: of the Albany Beer!
Respectfully Dedicated to and Soid by
CHAS. GRATTKE, - - - - ASTORIA.
Good evening kind friends, just listen to me.
Aud when jou have liciird me, I'm .sure
I vv ill gtv e J on a storj , and sing it out clear
And the name ot m sotig 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 ery dear.
For the whole country Is drinking that
Tlie brewery Is large and the machinery is
Aud every order Ls sent to you right up to
They get all kinds of orders from far and
And even- one's healthy that drinks AL
ror every tiling 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
em drive them avvav by drinking AL
I have an old father.who'suowcfghty-three.
And this Is the advice he gave nnto me.
He spoke to me kindly with a voice bright
"If you want to be healthy, driuk 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 aud night I drink ALBANY
BEER. ALso.'on draught, THE CELEBRATED
C. GRATTKE, - - "WELC03IE SALOON,
Roadway, opposite O. R. & N. Co's Dock.