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Istoria.-Oregon, Friday Morning, July 22. 1881,
A HAPPY KACE-UAPPY HE
CAUSE TRA1XED TO IIAli
ITS OF IXDUSTRY.
FATHER WILBUR MOVES THE GOODS
FROM MALHEUR AOEN'CA TO
laiiluc Through Pendleton.
Last Saturday a train of ninetoon
wagons, driven altoethei by In
dians, and Father Wilbur, of the
Siincoe tesorvation, passed through
Pendleton. They were loaded
with machinery, blacksmith tools,
wire for fencing, and 1 don't Know
what all, but a great variety of ar
ticles foi improving an Indian
resei vatioii. The teams were
mostly four-hoi .se teams, and the
harness that the hoises woie. were
made by Simcoe Indians. This
was so unlike anything we had
overseen befoie that we watched
it pass through town with consid
erable interest, and we noticed
that every one on Main stieet
watched the strangers with as
much interest as we did. It was
wonderful that twenty Indians,
all speaking English, and
4.S Polite as Iol Teamsters.
And handling their teams as well
as most white men can, that they
should have learned .so much on a
reservation. Why, we are living
alongside equally as intelligent
Indians who have had the benefit
of the reservation system the same
length of time these Indians have,
and we Jiavc for the most pai t a
blanket-wrapped red man, no im
provement on the old stock. Why
is it? we asked ourselves, but
we could frame no answer. Xext
day Father Wilbur pieaehed at
the Baptist church, ami he an
swered our query. He preached
a good sermon to whites and In
dians; the house was well filled,
about half and half. It matters
but little what he took for his text
for he said at the commencement
that he had been
Fhe "Weeks oh the Koad.
Awl was but illy prepared, and
that his remarks would be very
miscellaneous, and they were. lie
gave us a history of his connection
with the Simcoe reservation, and
the results that he had obtained.
Fiist, though, he said that five
weeks ago he left the Simcoe xes
ervatiou with the train of Indians
already spoken of. That he crossed
the river at Columbus and took
his vray to the Malheur : reservation
up the John Day river, and was
surprised at the feeling of preju
dice against the Indians all along
the route. But to the credit of
the citizens of Baker, Union and
Umatilla counties, on his return,
he met with no such spirit of re
venge. While at Malheur reserva
tion the Indians in his train. had
shod all the horses. J t will be re
membered that after the war of
1878 the Piute Indians who had
taken part in that war were taken
to the Simcoe reservation, and
these Indians stores weie alo
transferred to the agency; this was
Father Wilburs Bulues.
To take these tilings without cost
to the government from the Mal
heur to the Simcoe reservation.
And now for his stewardship. Tn
1SG0 he was sent to the Simcoe
reservation as a teacher. Londs
dale being agent, he was removed
and another appointed who was
also removed, and in 18G4 "1 was
appointed agent and have con
tinued as such to this day. The
first thing I did was to establish a
school for learning to read, write
and cipher and work. The object
being to instruct them to work
This was done at school, and the
first wheat, corn and potatoes that
was raised to amount to anything
was raised by the children while
at school, uniting the improvement
of the mind with the improvement
of the muscles. The girls were
learned to cut, sew and make their
own clothes and clothes for the
boys." Why would it not be well
to adopt such a course with white
children. From this commence
ment he said we have now 7,000
acres or near that under fence, the
Indians are living in
Nice Comfortable Hohscs
Painted inside and out, and is all
xh'e' work of their own hands.
They have tables, chairs, cook
stoves, and pictures hanging on
tin walls. And lmv e thiee elnwh
es well built, neatly finished, paint
ed, and a bell in the laigot church.
The chinch will s.nt alxmt M-ven
bundled persons. The Indians
have thrown away their blanket
dresses, and dress like whites.
The mcmberhip of the church is
not far from TOO. We do nil our
blacksmithing; we make all our
lumber and shingles, and we have
a steam aw mil! capable of cutting
10,000 feet, planing :,O00 feet, and
cutting K,0()0 shingles per day.
This mill is run to iis full power
and only one white iimu at the
woiks. Indians log, saw, plum1,
and inn the engine as well a.s
win to men could do. Only one
while man is employed, to lake
measurements of log and lumber.
The way I learned tle Indians to
log, I look my wife and went with
the Indians and their uiv into
the limber, 1 showed them low to
Ciil anil aw (lit I.ni.
Load them on the trucks and take
them to the mill, and they learned
so very well that I believe there
are some of them that could beat
me at the business now, though I
was rai.sed at that kind of work.
They h:iv among them good
carpenters, good smiths, and young
men learning the different trades.
They have good homes, are happy,
and aie accumulating property.
They cannot go to war, if they do
their houses are left .standing filled
with necessarirs. My wife super
intended the cooking in the log
ging camps, till the wives of the
Indians can cook as well a- she
can. I attribute the advancement
of the Indian- on the Siincoe
resetvation to their habits of in
dustry. Thc have learned to
work. The agency has been self
supporting for the last six years,
ill 'Hint Ik Wsmlril iim
Is good moral and religious teach
ing, and the spirit of industn fos
tered, and the Indian problem is
solved. The greatest eivili.ing
power ih work, and aried work;
some should be farnieis and some
should be mechanics, as the In
dian is capable of a high
grade of civilization.' The
above is as near his remarks as we
remember. We hae written thus
far in the form of a narrative. The
readei will not lake the memoiy
of the writer as anything in oom
paiison to the words really spoken
by Father Wilbur; in fact our
recollection would do his elo
quence an injustice. We have tried
to condense and embody in this
aiticle, not really his own words,
but our memory cr them after
wards. Then he talked to the In
dians telling them to be good and
follow the example of the old man,
do right, woik, and live indepen
dent. (Jiio, the thief whom old C'lnis
tiancy employed to smirch the
character of Mrs. C'hristiancy,
turns out to be a fit's. I -el as-, man
for such business. Captain Stephen
D. Fianklin, the well-known Phila
delphia detective, was put on the
stand for the purpose of showing
up the character of Giro, on the
1st. Captain Franklin opened by
staling that Giro's reputation was
that of a thief, confidence man
an libertine of the first water,
whom he would not believe on
oath. He stated that in March,
1872, he arrested Giro for the lar
ceny of 2,S00 worth of diamonds
from a Mrs. Ogden; that Giio was
sent to Moyame.nsing prison; that
Mrs. (). refusing to appear against
him, he was released, and that
from tne letters and papers in his
(Giros) trunk, it was ascertained
that he was a deserter trom the
Spanish army in Cuba, and had a
wife and two children.
Tn a letter to the Corvallis
Gazette. Hon. M. C. George says:
"While 1 shall labor to develop all
our transportation facilities every
where in our state, I shall do all
in my power through the securing
of government aid and otherwise
to render the harbor entrance at
Yaquina as perfect as nature and
Uncle Samuels money, fairly and
justly distributed, can make it."
Captain Hendier, of the ftrt cav- t
alrv, noted among bugologiirta- and j
- r r O
fossil hunters, is on n trip arcmii-',
i i . .,... .t.w-..,.!. ,i. '
pamed by ten men. through the
John Day counirv. a region known . the iim of fin native remedy, the IVru-1
. - .... iviaii Iwrk. or. ji it was railed in thii
among scientists as lossil heaven. 5 laiisimiie of the couutrv. -iiuino.iutia.j
tm " -ii rn . i.. .I..- . ..l:raleful for henvniwrv . n her return
Ihey will follow along the course to K,lrMM. j ll?rj. she introduced tin!
of the old river beds in quest of
specimens of the prehistoric times.
The patty may remain in the field
until late in the fail.
The Tacotna Ledger says the
Tenino railway will probably lx
extended to the lately discovered
coal mines near Sealco, a distance
of lour and a half miles, and the
Olympia end to deep water, a mile
and a half. There is also in con
templation the project of extend
ing the road down the valley of
the Chehalis. The coal and the
produce of that valley give promise
of nourishing and ptolitable busi
ness and a successful investment
for the gentlemen who purchased
At the Cascades an enterprising
fisherman has rigged a very unique
fish trap, built on the water-wheel
principle, made of wire and worked
by the cut rent of the Columbia.
As fish so unfortunate as to eonie in
contact with the constantly revolv
ing wheel ate caught up and
whirled around until they are
dumped into a sliding box from
where they naturally slide into the
receptacle beneath where there
are always a mass of wriggling,
gasping fish, salmon, large stur
geon, funny looking eels, and other
The ebb and flow of Chinese to
this country still continues, but
with no great increase to the popu
lation. Oregon, Arizona, Xcw
Mexico, and even British Colum
bia are calling loudly for China
men for building railroads. When
the Chinese tieaty goes into opera
tion with the fifteen-passenger
clause inserted, it will b found
that a line of steamers will be es
tablished between Hongkong and
Victoria, for the carrying of Chi
nese, and thev will then -find their
way into Washington and Ore
gon. C. M. Carter, formerly of Port
laud, publishes in his National
Krform at Washington, that the
commission appointed lo audit the
Oiegon ami Washington war debt
repotted about six millions due.
Afterward engie.vs appropriated
0,0(1,000 io pay a little less than
fifty cMtts on the dollar. About
two-thuds of the owners were
tvadilv found, and their money
paid io them. But the remaining
third were sniftered from British
Aiiictica io Mexico, anil from
China to western Fuiope, many of
whom despaired of ever receiving
their pay. the government being
so very shnv, and have not up to
this day. Their whereabouts is
desired. Several bills have been
introduced to pay the temainder
of the amount awarded, and other
amounts gtowing out of said war
which are just claims. The results
will be communicated to all inter
ested as the bills progress in con-
A cough, cold or rorc lliront should be
stopped. Neglect frequently results in
an incurable lung disease or coiimuiii
tion. i.rovvn's lironchial troches do not
disoulcr theMomach like cough syrups
and balsams, but act directly on the in
lluincd parts, allaying irritation, give
relief in asthma, bionchitis, coughs,
catarrh, and the throat troubles which
.singcis ami public speakers arc subicct
to. For thirty years UrowmS bronchia!
troches have been recommended by
ph sieians, and alvvajs ghe perfect
satisfaction. Having been tested by
vv ide and constant use for nearly an ciir
liio generation, they have attained vvcll
incrited rank among the few staple
remedies of the ae.e. Sold at :tf cent a
box even where.
Have Wistar's bal.s:un of wild cherry
ahvavsat hand. It cures coughs colds,
bronchitis., whooping cough, croup, in
fluenza, consumption, and all throat and
lung complaints. .10 cents and 1 a bot
tle. J3PA11 citizens of Oregon who desire
to inform their friends in the states of
the condition and progress of this state,
can have no more complete and compre
hensive volume of facts to send them
than by subscribing for this journal.
and hav nig us mail it vreokly to their
fiiciuR We mail it as directed. For
." 00 in advance, we mail three copies
of Tin: WuEKiiY AvroitiAxonc year.
Never go shopping without con
suiting the advertising columns of The
Astoriax. They will tell jou where
the best bargains are to be had, and just
what merchants are alive and doing
Circuit Court Blanks, County
Court Blanks. Justice Court Blanks,
Sldpping Blanks, Miscellaneous Blanks,
Deeds, Mortgages, etc, for Sale at The
IM... ('..nut f'tiiftlmn V?IC lilt. SimillHll
Yieer hi IVru in HCX. The Countess.
lils wiri. WM-nron'ratetl ly an iatenuit-
r.,wliielisiu: .,, freed hv
rcinedv in .Spain, where it was know n
under various nunics. tiniu i.inuwiis
called il Cinchona, in honor of the huh
whit had hrouphl litem that which wu-
more precious than the gold of the lnis.
To this dav. after a lap-e of two hun
dred and iff! l-ar-. science has aiwn
ii nothing to take its jdace. It effectu
ally care-, a morhid ajiH'tlte for -.1111111-
ItuiK l restoring tlie natural tone oi
the stomach. It attacks evcc-sie !oe
of liquor as it dic a fcer.aud dc-troj-. j
both alike. The powerful ionic irfnc
of the Cinchona is pawned in the
IViuxhtn Kilters, which are as cllectixe
against malarial fewr loda as thc
were in the das of the old .Spanish
Vieerow We guarantee the ingredi
ents of these hiltiTs, tu 1k aliMilutch
j mi re. and of the best known ipialilx.
A trial will sjlisfj ou Hint this is im
bet bitter in the world. -The proof of
the itudding is in the eating." and we
willing abide this test. Tor sale by
all tlrugtiists. jiriH'crs and honor dealers,
Advancing ears care. iekiius, dis
appointment, and hereditary predisposi
tion nil operate to turn the hnirgraj.
and either of them inclines it to shed
preiiintiirel. Avi:ks II mi: Yioei: will
restore faded or gra. light or red hair
to a rich brown or deep black, as may
he ilcsiivd. It soften and cleanses the
scalp, giving it a heallhx action. It re
inocs and cures ditudruu ninl Iuunors.
1! its ue falling hau is checked, and
i iuiii nrrnwlli will li. ikrixlliPf.il ill 'ill
"V ,...... .. ... ... ........ v. .. ... .... .
cst where the follicles are ml de-;
stroked or the glands decayed. Its ef
fects are beautifully shown on iirasiij,
weak, orsickh hair. on which a few :uV
plicalions will produce the gloss and
freshness of jouth. Harmless and sure
in its operation, it is incomparable as a
dressing, and is especially rained for the
ift lustre and iichnes or tone it im
parts. It contains neither oil nord.xe.
and will not soil or color white cami;ric:
jet it lasts long on the hair, and keeps it
fresh ami vigorous.
I'm: Svt k iiv m.i. Di:m.ki:s.
;3TTiir: Wkkki.y atoi:ian is an
iudeieiidcitt newspaper, devoted wholl.v
and 'solclx tit the commercial and mate
rial interests of Oregon, and w ill be Mnt
on trial four mouths toxuv address in
tlie raited States on receiptor M no.
"Tho inlifthilnt. of Xorlhivra and
We-iera Orcson, includiiiii twelve ovja-
th" f tlie State, and ombraeing the Rrcat
-nlVyof tlie "Wallamet and il ''forks,"
enjoy ven months of spring. ummer
nnd auuma weather that are almost equal
to Mutbern or en-torn Oregon for bright
nitd clrecrful wcaUicr and a bracing and
healthy atmosphere. The Gre winter
month's, from November to March, bring
a bountiful rain thai produces, in due
tea-on, unfailing crop:. These rains re
tard, but icarccly prevent, labor outside,
in any department, and of 150 days of
winter, at )enl a third of thorn are dry and
Mercliauts or others finding Inac
curacies in our shipping list will confer
a favor by rciwrting the same to this
As a compendium of news and
miscellany no publication of tlio north
west equals Tur. AVeekly Astoktan.
A splondid number now read'. For
sale at the counter with or without
wrappers for ten cents a copy.
3TBcKks, Pamphlets, Lawyer's
Briefs, and in fact ever possible
style of Printing is done as well
and as cheaply at Tun -AsTor.rAN
Jon Rooms as anywhere else in the
State. Call and examine specimens
largerclrculationou the i rtQVcrUSIIlgi
Columbia river than any other state paper.
1 EQI'AIi TO THE BEST, AND
Cheap as the Cheapest, at
J Tuk Astobivn Omcr.
Al.AROE STOCK JUST OPENED. AND
will be fold by tbe bunch, or br tha
thousand, at TueAstoeuk office.
BILLS OF LADING, WAY' BILLS,
Receipts, and all kinds of Commer
cial Printing, done at the Astonan office.
' CALL. EXAMINE, ORDER.E
Demand that hills be rendered
promptly, and to do it nicely, set your Dill
paper an J Statements printed at
T11E ASTORIAN Offica
DO NOT SEND AWAY
For Printing of any kind until
jou have trfod TUE AST0RLAX Office.
TT A VINO DETERJIINED TO CLOSE cut
l l oar stock of old papers now is i
to iccure a lot for bandy purposes, at
oar stock of old papers now is the tis
ly purposes, at
Tux AST0BU5 offica.
" CELEBRATED IX
Mfe w 8T05IACII
i'eeblc Hd Sickly PersoHM
irer their italitv by uursulnc a c
of Hostctter's Stomach Rltters. the 'most
popular invlgorant and alterathc medicine
In use. General debility, fever and agne,
dyspepsia, constipation, rheumatism, and
other maladies are completely removed by
It. Ask those who have used it wh.it.lt has
done for them. For sale bv all drunristt
and dealers generally.
BANKING ASD INSURANCE.
BANKING AND INSURANCE.
X. VST. CASE,
nnntrn p i UtfCD
ASTOUl.i. - - - OKECSON
HKOM S O'CLOCK A. M. UNTIL 4
O'CLOCK P. 31.
Home Mutual Insurance Co.,
?. 1. HonuiTov
i it .s. K.sroia
tlK.t !.. Sroi:. .
..Atcent fer 0-aon
tultiri imtit up in C S. Klit
r.i4n . .$ S0O WW irO
: Y. V SC Agent.
ClHMMuiiUNsjrret. Astoria. Oregon.
LIYKltl'OOL AND LOvnOS AND
NOHTII ttlllTISH AND MERCAN
TILE OF LONDON AD
OLD CONNECTICUT OF HART
COMMERCIAL OF CALIFORNIA
fIRK INSURANCE COMPANIES.
Roercentinja capital of C7,000,000.
A. VAN DUSEN. Asent.
A Merciml Man K Mcreifiil to hts !UaM.
o.vi.v a." i'KX'rs.
650.OQ0 ALREADY SOLD ! !
A treatise en the
Wl j! JS iSi H
And his Diseases. h
B.J. E&- 'BALL, M.D.
Full of Valuable anil I'rnrtlcnl Iu
formation, ami Containing; an
ixnr.x of nisr.ASKs.
Which plies ttie symptoms. -:uie and the
IU'st Treatment of each : a laiile uivinc all
the prhit'iiKii tlnisiistMl lorthe Horse, with
theonlinaiy doM'.etfects and antidote when
h ms(hi : a table witn an fiir.i in? of the
norsvs leeiu ai uin-n-ni . wnn rules
for telling the ascof ihellere: Kiensniv
iiis showing the liiiHtrt:il iK!nts in the
structure of the horse. ato tlhistniting posi
tions assumed hyskk horses in different dis
eases. A valuable eollectiou of receipts.
inan o uiiieli would cst a horse-owner
three to lie dollars eaeh.
EVERY FARMER SHOULD OWN
Thoiisaiulswlio Iiaveseen it commend it
and many good horseim-n have extolled it Iu
tin litgncst terms, men stating that the
prefer il Iu UmiKs whieh lost ,! tl to 10 00.
llouot throw awa nnr mone in the oiir
eliase of tsll iNMks on tin llorst. which
are mi full if m limw- ainl teeiimeal
teniisa-. to 1h- iitutiti llitiibh to lh" average
iniY KKNDAL1S TKKAT1SK,
AIookof Uupnuis. In jHiin-r eoers. guilt
j ou more practical uifurumtinnthait l con
tained in some Iar. ohim.'s at far hlglier
cost, llaviiigcvjitiiucd thi-ttk.ik ihoroughl
wean s:it htjed no
Would Itfsilatea moiiieni .iUml ineslnie2.
s-nls iniis pun li.iM'.if b-did but know the
vallle o us eiinieiiH. l.eeogiiiiiig Hie ile
simlilil of h.i mm; Mti h pnieiu-il informa-
tioH as our fanuliiK iriemis ixii need m
their business, prmcled it rinisonable cost
iustc.td f being obliged t p.i the enormous
profits deiikiiiiled b I in I'ebhshers of most
Agneiiltunil I5sks. v.eh.uesiviired
Several Hundred Copies
Oi lhisahiable4itlle 1 mil is' on the Horse,
single copies of winch we shall In pleased to
mail to any reader of this pajier. pust.ige pre
uiiil l us. mi reeeit r
Kemittauces max 1m made in ciirn'iiej , sd
Vcrorslamps. Send all orders in
a. . JKK.i.vxn.
Shaving and Hair Dressing Saloon.
tin the Kimdwa net to I. Poster's snhoii.
I'he Hst f stitisfeuiiflH guaranteed.
Hair Cutting. - V cents
hnmioIng, - - - - 'Si "
Dyeing friuii ----- is:i7.1 "
A lilnnd simre of the trade solicited.
"W. It DAY. Proprietor.
tt'AK IS lK('IiAiCKI WITHOUT
And no terms of Knce until
everj'tiun in Astoria has anew
suit of clothes
3IAI)t: KY 3IKAXY.
Tok:it the prices:
Pants to order from -Pants,
Genuine French Ciissiniere -Suits
Tlie fliif'st line of samples on the coast to
select from. P..I.MIIANY.
Main street, opposite Parker Hoilm. Astona.
For vile e "Varehoueat Astoria or Portland
bv KAI.FOl'K. CilTHJtlEdr Co.
56-tf Portland, Oregon.
A General Reduction
OF TWEATY-riVE PER
Clothing aud Furnishing Goods.
J. -7T. O O -KT IKT,
holesale agent for the
RED CBOWN FL0TJE
Made by the new ptoteas.
The best Flour iu the market. Kv ery sack
guaranteed; if not (tootl as represented sou
can return it. Merchants will lind It to their
advantage to sell this Flour.
IJRAN. SHORTS AND CHOP FEED
Also for sale.
IVrsons wishing Flour or Feed will find me
at m new Drug Store, at O. It. & N. OoN
dck. Astoria. .1. AV. CONN.
WlLSOX & FlSIIER
LUBRICATING OIL, COAL OIL,
PAINTS AND Ollii.
Sheet, Round, and Square Prepared
PROVISIONS, MILL FEED,
GARDEN SEED, GRASS SEED.
Which will be exchanged for country pro-
uucuurMJiu ;u lowest prices.
Corner Cheiiamus and Hamilton Streets
C. H. STOCKTON.
PAPER HANGING AND WALL COLORING
GLAZING PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO.
3Shon next door to Astnriau otlice, in
J. H. D. GRAY.
Wlinles:ile and retail dealer in.
ALL KIXJS OF FEIII),
Hay, Oats, Straw, Wood, Etc.
General .storage and Wliaifage on reason
able terms. Foot of P.entou stret. AMorl.i
Corner Main and ChcnamUs Streets.
CIGARS AND TOBACCO.
JOSEPH RODCERS &. SONS
GENUINE ENGLISH CUTLERY
AND THE GENUINE W0STENH0LM
and other Englbh Cutlery.
FAIRCHILD'S GOLD PENS
Genuine Meershaum Pipes, etc.
A Hue stock of
VVttteheM and Jewelry, .1Iii.y.le ami
IJreeeh l.oadlnsr.SIiot Uuiih and
Utiles. Itevotxer.H. IMstol.
Al.sQ A I'l.SK
Avsortmeiit of fine SPITTACLES ami KK
I. W. CASE,
IMPORTER AND WHOLESALE AND RE
TAIL DEALER IK
Corner CheuamiLS and Clss Greets.
ASTORIA --- OREGON
D. K. V IRRKt. . T. U. ElTOi
Astoria Market !
OPPOSITE OCCIDENT IIOTEl ,
ASTORIA, --- - OREGON.
WAKREX JL i:.VTO.V. I'roprletorM.
(Sueceuon to Warnn X- ileGuiit
Wholesale and Retail Dealer) in
Fresh and Cured Meats
A full hue of
FAMILY GROCERIES. FLOUR. FEED
HAY. CANNED FRUIT, VEGE
B--Butter, Ksss. Cheese, otb. constantly
Cj Ships supplied at the lowest rates.
THE DEW DROP INN !
Oh. fishermen, all hear the good news I
A fine saloon Is started with best of
Liquors, Wines and Beer,
AND FINE FREE LUNCH UNGUARDED.
The randcHt Caviar and Cheese-,
IN SANDWICH THICK AND THIN
And will ou spend a pleasant hour, drop in
at the DEW DltOP INN on Concomlystreet.
Astoria and. Ilnapptna.
Regular Mall and l'assenger
Steamer ROSKTTA. bESS-
nSSSilr" K"aPP," fr AHtria a"d
CARRYING THE U. S. MAIL.
Also have a lighter which enables her t
carry wood or f reiglit of any kind.
arFor charter, freight or passage, at liv-
ins rates apply on board, or at I. AY. Case's
CEA'T. 03T ATX
XV CRA., 3T. D,
'PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
Koom No. :t. Antorlan HnildlHS.
I IT STAinS.)
IJEsroKXCK Corner of Hen ton and Court
streets. Astoria. Oregon.
"TA-V TI.'TTLE. M. I.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
Office -Over the White House Store.
Kf-SIdknck Next door to Mrs. Muesou's
boarding home. Chenamas street. Astorlr
TK. 31. I. JKXXIXGM.
PHYSICIAN ATfD SUltGEON.
Oraduate I'nUenity of Virginia, isss
Philcian to Kay View hospital, Balthnoru
Clt . ISca-To.
Office In Page & Allen's building, up
TJ1 P. 11XCKM.
Kooms in Allen's building up stairs, comr
of Cass and Sqeniocqlie streets.
Q. A. BOW LB Y.
Chenamus Street. - ASTORIA. OREGO
j iv. Firr.Tox.
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
ASTORIA - - - OKF.OON
Ofllce over Page & Allen's store, Cass .street
TCI V. HOI.DKX.
jArCTiOXKEK, COMMISSION AND IN-
Occident Hotel Iniihllngr.
ASTORIxV - - - OREGON
, Q II. ISAIX A CO.
OK.V1 KK IX
Dooi'M, IVImtoWM. UlInilH. 1'rau
NoniM, Lumber. Etc.
All kinds of Oak Lumber, Glass. Koat Ma
Steam Mill near Weston hotel. Cor. Gen
evive and Astor streets.
I'HLKXIIAKT A. MCIIOKXK.
Occident Hotel Hair Dressing Saloot
ASTOHIA - OREGON.
Hot, Cold, Shower,
Steam and Snlphur
ErSpeeIal attention given telatliea'am:
children's hair cutting.
Private Entrance for Ladies.
BOOT AM) SIIOK
Cukx.oius Stkkkt. opiMvsite Adler's Book
store, - AsroniA. Oreoox.
t& Perfect fits guaranteed. All work
warranted. Give me a trial. All orders
.1. A. BKOWN
HHOW.V & Mft'ABE,
STEVEDORES AND RIGGERS.
Astoria onice At 1- C. lloldeu's Auctlou
store. Portland onice'-' I B street. 13-tX
MRS. S. T. McKEAN,
All kinds of
LADIES UNDERWEAR, ETC.,
Corner of C.ss and JeHerson streets, Astorlw.
StaiupIuKdone lo order.
IE. -a. TJI3ST3XT.
XAir.S.HIII.L FEED AXI) HAY
Cash paid for country produce. Small
profits ou cash sides. Astoria, Oregon, cor
ner of Main and Squemocahe streets.
Seug: or the Albany Beer!
IJespectfully Dedicated to and Sold by
CIIAS.GKATTKI:. - - - - ASTORLA.
Goh1 evening kind friends, just listen to me.
And when ou have heard me, I'm sure
j ou'H agree.
I-w ill give you a stor , and sinu It out clear
Andthe name of my song Is the ALBANY
You can find it all round in this city of gold.
And the way that they make It has never
That's a secret they keep and hold v ery dear.
For the whole conntrv Ls drinking that
The brewerv Is large and the machinery is
And everj order is sent to you right up to
They get all kinds of orders from far and
" from near.
And everyone's healthy that drinks AL
For every thing-there looks so clean and so
And their beer is so sparkling, it cannot be
If v ou are feeling bad or the blues do annear.
You can drhe them avvav by drinking AL-
I have an old father, who's now eighty- th red.
And this In the advice he gave mrto me. .
He spoke to mc kindly with a voice bright
"If voii wantto lc heaUhy,drink ALBANY
I Since tnen 1 have ,,os,e :uul l'm Jieart"
At the round age of fifty T can always be
I At mv daily labor befoie the.un doesapnear
I Al,aB,gR,.,lay a"(l lll8ht r
, Also, on draught, THE CELEBRATED
n pvattvi.' WFif'miF SAinfiv
c- GRATTKL, - - AELC03Ih bALOON,
I Roadway, opposite O.IL&N.Co'sDock.