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Astoria, Oregon, Wednesday Morning, March 30, 1881.
Speed at 771iicli Wings re Ifciwo.
From Fnuer's Ma"aztae.
The speed at which some wings
are driven is enormous. It is oc
casionally so great as id cause the
pinions to emit a drumming: souikS.
To this source the buxr. of the fly,
the drone of the bee, and the boom
of the beetie are to be referred.
WlMsn a grouse, jMutridge, or
pheasant suddenly springs into the
air, the sound produced by the
whirring of its wrings greatly re
bcmbles that produced by the con-
tact of steel with the rapidly
revolving stone of the knife-grinder.
t has been estimated that the
common fly moves its wings 330
times per second, i. ., 19,800
times rxr minute, and that the
butterfly mo vet its wings wine
times per second, or o40 times jer
minute. These movements repre
sent an incredibly high speed
even at the roots of the wings;
but the speed is enormously in
creased at the tips of the wings,
from the fact that tle tips rotate
upon the roots as centers. In
reality, and as has been already
indicated, the speed of the tips of
the wings increases in proportion
as the tips arc removed from the j
axes of rotation, and in proportion
as the wings are long. This is ex
plained on a principle well under
stood in mechanics. If a rod or
wino- hiiiu-cd at one point be made !
to vibrate, the free end of the rod j
or wing always passes through aj
very much greater space in a j
given time than the part nearer'
the root of the wing. The pro-
gressivc increase in t!c speed of
the wings, in proportion as the i
wings become larger, explains why
the wings of bats and birds are not
driven at the extravagant speed of
insect wings, and how the large and
long wings of large bats and birds
ard driven more leisurely than
small and short wings of small bats
and birds. That the wing is
driven more slowly in proportion
to its length is proved by experi-j Mrs. limit Ao. 4. .Mrs. liar
ment, and by observing the flight J rison Hunt was very resolute,
of large and small birds of the ; as were her friends, who thought
same genius. Thus, large gulls I as New Orleans society thought,
Hap their wings much moie slowly
than small gulls; the configuration
and relative size of the wings tho
body being the same as both,
This is a hopeful feature in the
construction of flvinar machines, as
there can be no dobt that com-' force to the Louisiana decree.
parativelv vcrv slow movements. . " " M
-11 ." r ' - - 1 1 Warrantee leea at The Aa
will suffice for driving the iong tox office.
powerful v.imrs required to elc- j ... T T
1 , , . ,. "e tJioBSht wa wer Um late
vate and propel flying machines. , til we saw the adverttaeoteitt f
The speed of the wing is a part Kandall' 8(riu Crc
regulated by the amplitude of tlie 1
wing. Thus if the wing be broad
as well as long, the "beats are
neoessarily reduced in frequency.
This is especially true of the lieron
which is one of the most pictur
esque and at the same time one of
the slowest frying birds we have.
I have timed the heron on several
occasions and find that in ordinary
flight its wings make exactly sixty
up and sixty down strokes, tltat is,
120 beats per minute. In tlie
pterodactyl, the great extinct
Saurian, the wing was enormously
elongated, and in tins particular
instance probably from fifty to six
ty beats of the wing per minute
sufficed for flight. Fifty or sixty
pulsations of the wing per minute
do not involve much wear and
tear of the working parts, and I
am strongly of the opinion that
artificial flight, if once achieved,
will become a comparatively safe
means of locomotion as far as the
machinery required is concerned.
For the best Beer in Astoria,
call for the Columbia Brewery Deer,
acknowledged to be superior to all
Never co shopping without con
suiting the advertising columns of The
Astoria. They will tell j-ou where
the best bargains are to be had, and just
what merchants are alive and doing
JL Mucfc-Mttmad $fan.
Washington dispatch St I-wais Globe-Demo,
The new secretary of the nvy,
Mr. Hunt, has been a much-married
man. His first wife (now
dead) was a Miss Andrews of Mas
sachusetts. His second wife (also
dead) was a Baltimore lady and a
daughter of a commodore of the
United States navy. His third
wife was a widow, Mrs. Harrison,
a daughter of the late Jacob Bar
ker, and was some years the senior
of Mr. Hunt. After three years of
union they agi eed to separate, and
she was to go to Europe. While
she was there Hunt undoubtedly
procured the passage of a divorce
act by the legislature of Louisiana
adding a clause which could em
brace his case, and abridging the
time lor decrees. Another legis
lature repealed this, but while it
was in force he began a divorce
suit. Hunt instituted his suit
during tle absence of his wife,
w!k was represented according to
law practice by a curator here,
and whose duty it was to inform
her of the suit. This proceed
ing is equivalent to the New
York practice of service of sum-
mons by publication. The curator
appointed by the court was D. C
Labatt. A decree was rendered
against her the curator filing an
answer for her, and defending the
suit as best he could of absolute
divorce A year after this Hunt
married a fourth time, a widow, a
daughter of Mr. Adams, of New
Orleans, who is his pre ent wife.
Mrs.. Harrison Hunt undoubtedly
knew of the Iouisiana proceeding,
but was advised tlutt it would be a
nullity, and that the probabilities
were tltat under the republican
regime she would not obtain jus
tice. "When he and his new wife,
the fourth Mrs. Hunt, came on
their wedding tour to New York,
the third Mrs. Hunt, by John K.
Porter, brought suit for divorce,
allcsriiiff the relations of Mr. and
and still think, that Hunt had
taken unfair advantage. She took
the case up to the United htates
j Supreme court, but every court
, d judge held that under the
j Constitution they must give Tull
Circuit Conrl Jiuuiks. ('atttily
Ourt Blanks, Justice Court .Blanks,
.ShiHins Blanks, Mtecellaneoas Blanks,
Deed. Mortjra-e, etc, for Sale at Tjik
Marvel not that 1 say unto you, ye
must pay the printer. Whosoever
neglocteth to pay the printer, hadi
not eternal life abiding in him. Who
hath sorrow, who hath woe, who hath
the nightmare! They who forget to
render unto the printer his jiMt dues.
If a man live many years and tayeth
not for Tux Astokiax, behold he
shall not die in peace till he hath re
stored to the printer that which he
By a recent postal decision men
can actually make money br gettin"
their bills and statements of accounts
printed. Statements of accounts and
bills of sale when made out on paper
having printed headings, can be sent
by mail for one cent, if the envolojie
is left unsealed; whereas, if it is made
out on unprinted paper, it will cost
three cents. Thus by patronizing The
Astokiax two cents can be saved on
pverybill or statement that is sent out
through the mad.
ISTWhat pleasure it is to pay ones
debts ! In the first place, it removes that
uneasiness which a person feels from
dependence and obligation. It affords
pleasure to the creditor, and therefore
gratifies our social affection. It pro
motes that future confidence which is o
interesting to an honest mind. It opens
a prospect of being readily supplied
with what you want on future occasions.
It leaves a consciousness of our virftio-
and it is a measure we know tn lw riii
.both in jxrint of justice and sound eebn-
umj. xm.iuy,it is ine mam support of
auuiijo rujjuuuiuu. ray us, tnat we may
Selling a Tiger.
At Itangoon, in Burmah, recent
ly in one of the most populous
quarters of the town, a tiger was
killed in broad daylight. The
brute liad been luutgi ng about
Dallfth, the straggling village on
the other side of the river from
Rangoon, for several days, and
early one morning swam across the
river to Rangoon. Fagged with
the long mile through a swift cur
rent, and no doubt astonished at
the number of people he came
across, he ensconced himself be
neath a itousc. The district super
intendent of police lieard of the
arrival, and, armed" with a Win
chester repeating rille, went down
with another Englishman in the
direction pointed out. They came
upon the tiger rather unexjected
y. Entering one of the houses on
the river bank, they all of a sud-
I den discovered the animal only a
few inches below them, with noth
ing but the scant protection of an
open bamboo fioonvork between
them and him. A bullet between
the slioulders, however, dropped
him before any harm could be
done, and a couple of shots made
things sure. Then the Burmans
came crowding around in scores.
The inspector tried to keep them
off with Ins gun, forgetting it was
at full cock. Suddenly it went off,
and a Burman was shot through
the shoulder, and died a few hours
afterward. The tiger was just un
der nine feet from tip to tip.
In Hnething written wo have an
indistinct recollection of having nrndc
reference to a giieral ilisjxsition
among boys in their toons, as well as
boys of liiaturer years, to onlightcn
and bless the world nith their nro-
found kitowledge of the horse and his
history. Our books and newspapers
arc full of tins kind of literature, and
it varies in style front the production
of tlie child at school, commencing
with: The horse lias four legs and :i
tail; up to the eloquent tribute of tho
scholar when he quotes from Jeb: That
his neck is clothed with thunder and
the glory of his nostrils is terrible.
He smclleth the battle afar off, the
thunder of the captains and the
shouting. Between these two ex
tremes of the child at his first school
ooniHsition, and the professional
literature, we have every grade of pre
tention, and each professing to have
mastered the whole .subject. As we
approach the close of this nineteenth
century, we bein to look for some
thing totter in this department of
knowledge from tho; who assume to
instruct." And it is to 1$ found in
Kendalls Treatise on the horse, sent
hi' mail to am person for twenty-five
cents, postage paid. Appl to Tux
Astorian office, or address D. C. Ire
land, Astoria. Orcgou.
ve ym ever hoard a business
' -i.it advertising did not jay
'r-Advertiaetnettts are the quiet
$r!i -aiors wh never intrude, but who
never fail to make tlieni'-elves known,
and are wen ami reinemlK'reil despite
the will of the reader who could not
forget tltcm if he would.
-TSrWho wants to know about tho
great State where the oxKrU eqtml in
value $.175 per head of the entire pofHiia
uon, -cud $1 00 to D. C. Ireland for Tub
Astokiax, the onry Oregon iMper, jmb
lulled wholl; in the interest of Oregon.
"To discriminate letween what
is news ami what is whertising in an
item is often a difficult task for a pul
liher. Xewianers, lo lie on the safe
shle, mu-i charge wlien the item brings
ut'Miey Jo other.-- Such is lit justice,
and in compIiaiHe with tin' laws of bus
sncns, and witltoul this discrimination a
uewhimjier will fail, financially.
pr wealthy Pittsburg morchant
Is reported as having said: "I alwavs
feel hnppy when 1 am advertising, for
then 1 know, that waking or sleeping, I
have a strong,tliough silent orator work
ing for me; one who never tires, never
sleeps, never makes mistakes and who
is certain to enter the households from
which, if at all, my trade must come.'
r2rWe desire it to be distinctly
understood that those who send us ad
vertisements from abroad, must send
the cash with the advertisements,if they
would have them appear. We have
numbers of aavertisementssent us from
strangers saying, "Please insert and
send bill." This we cannot do : the cash
must accompany tho copy and the order
ISflf you will send us five subscrib
ers for one year with 10 00 advance
payment, at the" rate of Stl 00 for each
name, we will send onecopy of The As
tokiax free, to any address you mav
give, and we will send an auditiona'l
cony for each additional five names that
you may send to ns, with the cash in ad
vance or course, for one year.
Notice of Administratrix Ap
pointment. "ftTOTICK IS IIEKERY i;iVK THAT th--Li
undersigned ha ben dul appointed
aduiinWtratn; of the estate of Ionian 1.
Hall, deceased, b tiioi:i. ( 'mint -court 01
the State o Orvpm. for Um-rouiilV f Oat
to. AM itso having euiitit. against said
e4ate are reouired lo prevjt the suw to
mm- duly verined within 4 months from this
date. MAhY ANN HAM-
Adtntuittratnx of the estate of Lyman I.
I tall, deceased. 66-dSw
RIU1HK IS IIKKKIU i;i K.N THAT IheWvnmf'V T T
Vi asM-ment Made b ordinance No.mf " UWiV i"'-
lor ine UBMrmement f nel-Hxtlt street
in ShiYeiys Ast.iria. fom north side of Wall
4ret to th south side of Item street, in
the manner iin iilctl l.y urdinariee No. -lot
on earn of the following desenlted lots of
land fronting ujmhi that jcua .of AVn-4th
street, hot ween Wall and J.firry streets i due
ami taAie at tlie oftM of the City Ti
urer in -Wd eity in l'nitei States cold
urer in -Wd eity in l'nitei States cold ami
silver eota, and utiles paid within Are days
from the expiration of this notice the Com
mon C-oanHii will nler warnuiLs issued for
the eoltactioti therein.
The MiCtesemtent is as
No. of Yds.
Bk. Lrf.- Owaer
att MM Mi. A "...
It 6 3lr. .. U Adam
0i SIW -J
It 7 r. W.Shirely 79K l.TS am
B Mr. Annie Pase M K Ui
T A. Van IHven l7 2 30
h K. Itarth K 11I.M
1 Mn. Natter AWIeh 11T3 1 0
12 Mrs. NanevWeteh 710 142 to
12 Mi-s M.I. Welch S74 171 S9
1 L. W.Cray 2172 471 W
1 A.YanDnsen t74 214 H
12 A. Van l)Hen 2I 427 i
ly order of the Common Counei!.
Astoria, Oregon. Mareh S. liai. 71-lWtl
TWENTY DOIXAIIS WIIJ. I5E l'.VII)
for tlie recovery of each of tlie Itodie.
of four Chinamen dnmiieilin Coiuinlna river
near lirookHeld on WeilneMlav lat. while
KoinK fnHii l'lHar nek to Hrookftcld. One
was twenty-MK jears of ne.aiHl IkmI on
his lHTMHi at the tntH'aeheek. of SMaiHl
Men dollar-, in .4ler. Tlie eeond was
tHenty-three ears iM ainl hal a ittol and
seven dollars in il er. Tlie thinl was twenty
fonrears old and hail three tneiity dollar
pdtl ideees. a twent -live cent ikee. :iimI a
-4vr watch. Tlie fourth wa- tHfiitj-oij;ht
j ears old and had Sl.Vi In okl. Tlie alme
rewanlsillbeahl bv the undershoted.
At Vest Coast I'acknu; Co.. Astoria. Oregon.
Printing Office in the World ! !
' HISTORY OF THE
Government Printing Office.
AT WASHINGTON, I.C
KuiliraciHX litany Intending Ineideids ami
Kretti in tne Working ol ilti Great Ks-
tabHdttMent. wH!rittnncrou UlttMra-
tions. Rvo. alMHtt 125 to 1.VJ ipes.
I'liee: In 1'aper Cnver. 76 ote. ih.t copy ;
III Vl"lll, CI IV.
SVXOfnlS OP CONTKNTS :
t'HMTKlc I. 1. Uriel IIMorv of I'ublie
rriiitJiitr fnHii 17a to li ; Miperintend
ento 1'iildie 1'riiitiie; fnwi lS52to 16-1 ; 3.
Chief Clerks fnmi s:: to ivl ; 4. Foremen
ami Aiototant Kon-HK-it of rriiitiin;aiHlliiMl
iiigfnHH 11 to lsl ; 0. Present Onanizi
titni of tlte Office; 6. Diitio of tin 1'iioIk
Ciiaitku II. TIM- t'rintuis Deiiartinent ,
1. TIr' Document Kihhu ; ', Tlie .fob Kootn ;
3. The Irev Kinwi : I. The Patent Offiee
SiHritieatiiHi Kmnn : 5. The Folding Room ;
K. Tlie IVHijirexMonal Keeonl KImhh, with a
brief alltLoioii to the earl Mildicatioii cd" tlie
Delates ot Congrev ; 7. The ISranch Office
in Hh TreaMin Deimrtment Ihiilding ; 8.
Other llraiK-h Omce. ,
Ciiaitku III. The Stereotyping nod Elec
C11 uttk I V. The IMmling Deimrtment :
1. The Killing l.'ooni ; j. Tlie SeHiiiK Kmhh ;
t. Ilie Fornaniiiu; Koimh : I. Tin lnnhhiitK
Koohi . 5. KraiM'h )UiHlne.
C11 itkk V. l. lite Machine ami Canen
ter !!: 2. Th. Vault for Mennje
Ilati-t ; x Pa-r Wardnnise ; I. Varehonse
for Hind r MaleriuV. ele . et.
AlMTvmx.-1. A!dtaletiU IJt of Km
)loes at date of I'nMiratioM : 2. All taw
relating I'nldie Printing nt to the elr o("
tlvr iah CNire.
The alxm- v. ma i iton reail for thf nn
rr.aml uill ! pt!lili-n.i in 'a ir Hi-Vt.
aiot Mill If iil.) BV M'iShCKIITlON
ONLY. Tlie ma-iurijK lut Ut-n ifi':arel
nuuirrrai i-.irv ; inen in-t Hnn-e. m in
fHiniliiii iKixiiiti-d : the ntitst inlenuinc
featiuv of the e4abiiiiMni. tiseriled. and
r th:ii x-5iili- div l iu:ke tb 1mIc
rea'aoi ami r"iame. l-irt'iN u-oi'io;
eliieMif llu r.ork sMMiid :idln-w, witboni
de!a. K. W. K1IKK. Goenuifnt Printiiu:
OnVe. V.'ahinstoi:. l. f ". .,-t'w.iiu
H. GARTWRIGHT & SON,
BOILER MAKERS AND SHEET
SMOKE STACKS MADE TO OKDElt
Vat IjIiiciI ami Other C'auncrj
All repairs t-iujd ted in the lie-t style on
sltort notiee. Adoiiiins Mel.i aiu IriaeKsmith
First C!ass Saloon.
CHICAGO BREWERY DEPOT,
On tlie Riad.a,oto4te the Orejnn Rail
way and Njiation Co wharf.
New Bagatelle Table,
(The Chine mnt ro.)
The elMteet brands of foreign and donw-rfle
1VIXES. LKJUOItS AXI CIUAItK
2"JBcst Chicago Iteer.tfn
CARD SIZK I'lIOTOUICArilS,
S"i 30 t'er Dozen.
SI OO Vr Dozen.
3'Sicclal rates for f.unihe.
Have You a Horse? If so,
YOU MUST NOT FAIL TO GET Kkx
DALIS Ti:K.TISK OX TIIK HOKK. it
Ls worth ten times its cost to everv one !mv-
Ins a horse or a tcanu Its- cost Is but 2
cents aim win be sent pootnalu on receipt
of price, and the money will be refunded to
any who do not think It worth its price.
Address : THE ASTOKIAN OFFICE.
rnilE BEST QUALITY. WILL BK SOfD
JL by tho hundred, or by tho box, printed or
plain, to suit customers, at
The Astobux ofice.
ISASnOSG AXD IN'SURAXCE.
- - - OREGON
FROM S O'CLOCK A. 3L UNTIL 4
Hw Mutual Insurance Co.,
CF CA LI FOR HI A.
T. F. IIOl'OHTOX.
Cha. K. Stoky
.Agent for O'oa
UKO. 1 bTOKY
Capital Ntul u in I. S. gold
coin . 5 .www
I. "IV. CASK. Agent,
ChefUtmus "reet, Astoria, Oregon.
L1VF.RP00L AND LOHON AND
NORTH BRITISH AND MERCAN
TILE OF LONDON AND
OLD CONNECTICUT OF HART
COMMERCIAL OF CALIFORNIA
FIRE INSURANCE COMPANIES.
Rei,re5ntiQr a capital of $07,000,000.
A. VAN DUSEN, Agent.
HOTELS AND RESTAURANTS.
MEGLEIt & WKIGUT. Proprietors.
milE PKOPRIETOKS ARE HAPPY TO
JL announce that the above hotel has been
reainted and ref iinil-hed, adding greatly to
the comfort of it.s-nH.-st3 and is now the best
liotel north of San Francbco.
C. W. KXOWLKS.
PORTLAND, - -
- - OREGON
ZIEBER & KN0WLES, Proprietors.
Free coaeh to and from the house.
a-TiiK I) mi.y AsTonrAX H on flic at the
Clarendon Hotel reading nHUii.
Pioneer .Restaurant Hotel.
MAIN STREET. - - - ASTORIA
Jlrsi. Ssj. A. Arrlzoni. JPronrietor
milE TRAVELING PURLIC VILL FIND
JL tin? Pioneer Hnt clsiss 111 all resnecN.mul
a hare of their lmtrouage Is resiiectfully
BSTBoard and kMlgingby the day or week.
The New York Oyster Saloon
Vill sene to their customers from this
ate ;e follow .
TEA, COFFEE.. CHOCOLATE.
Kastern Oyster. Always on Hand,
And will le kejH as a first class Oyster Sa
loon, in nit etass st Ie.
DANIEL GRANT. Manager.
Fair Wind Coffee Saloon
WATER STREET. ASTOKIA.
Ni t door to Dr. Kin'-.
foee. Ten. anil i'hoeolnte. with
fake. iO Cent'.
Chart. C'o4kt-i to Order.
Fine VIiin. I.Inr ami cL'ijrarr.
Of Vf U-t LnuuK
llalli" lllst IHMMWhI llli' :i1m.m tfettaltlUh-
ntent we iimlutilx hi vile Mir frieiuls and tli
publie geiitrall lo give n a trial.
Vtt FOARD & EVANSON.
ROSCOE'S FIRST CLASS
MAIN hTREET. ASTOKIA.
milE UNDERSIGNED IS I'LEASEM TO
JL announee to the
Ladies7 and Gentlemen of this City
That he i now wreparetl to funikh for them,
in nr4 ei.- st ie, aim every st j ie,
OYSTKKS. IPr COFFEE, TEA, ETC.
Ladies' and Gent's Oyster Saloon,
Plea-e give me a call.
ROSCOE DIXON, Proprietor
C. H. STOCKTON,
PAPER HANGING AND WALL COLORING
GLAZING PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO.
eS'Shop next door to Astorianj Office, in
For sale ex "Warehouse at Astoria orTortland
BAlit'OUK, GUTIIBIE fc Co.
Q. A. BOWLBY.
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Chenamns Street. - ASTOKIA. OREGON
ri W i'ULTOX.
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
ASTOKIA - OREGON
Office over Page & Allen's store, Cass street
T VT. itOKK,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
ASTORIA --- - OltLGOIT
Office over "Warren : Eton's Astoria 3rar
ket, ooooite the Oeeident Hotel.
yp c. jioi..i:kx.!
AUCTIONEEK, COM3IISSION AND IN
A VAN DUSEN.
ChenamtLs Street, near Occident Hotel,
Agent Veils, Fargo & Co.
TCT 1 HICKS,
ASTORIA, --- - OREGONZ
Rooms In Allen's building up stairs, corns
of Ciisaiul Sqeraocqhe streets.
TTIt. 21. I. .TEXXIXGS,
THYSfCIAX ND SURGEON.
Graduate University of Virginia. 1868.
Phjslciau to Ray View hospital, Raltimore
Office In Page & Allen's building, "up
JAY TUTTiE, 31. I.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON!
j OF-icE-Over the "White House Store.
i Residence Next door to Jlrs. Munson'S
iM?anung noase, ciiemuiius street, Astoria.
T C. OKILAKI,
y A. McIXTOSII.
Oeiuleiit Hotel lliiildig.
ASTOKLV - - - OREQ01T
Q II. BUX & CO.,
Ooors, IVindows, Itlindn, Traa
Homs, Lnmbcr, Etc.
All kinds of Oak Lumber, Glass, Roat Ma
Steam Mill near Veston hotel. Cor. Gen
evive and Astor streets.
STEVEDORES AND RIGGERS EffS
Portland and Astoria, Oregon.
Refer by porinbsionto Rosors.MeyoraJkCo,
Alien i liOwis.CorbittitMacleay,
Occident Hotel Hair Dressing Saloon
ASTORIA - OREGON.
Hot, Cold, Shower,
steam and Milnhtir
23""SiccIal attention given to ladles' and
hiHreii's lialr cutting,
l'rirate Entranee for Ladies.
ROOT XST S3IIi:
Chkxaxl- TKKKT. opposite Adler's Book
More, - Atoria, Oi:ko0'.
W Perfect fit- Kiianuiteed. All work
warranted. Gie me a trial. All orders
T. F. CULLEN and C E. BARNES
VIOLIN, PIANO, GUITAR, COR
NET AND BANJO,
Would like a few pupils on either of the
Term Eight lessons for five dollars.
SHyOrders left at Stevens & Sons book
store will be promptly attended to-
J. T. B0RCHERS,
C0NC0MLY STREET. ASTOKIA,
Manufacturer and Packer of
CAVIAR, SfilOKED SALMON.
Cash paid for fresh
BLACK STTJKGEON SPATVIT.
Smoked Sturgeon, and smoked Salmon put
up in tiiw to ship to any part of the world.
Alo, trout bait (salmon eggs) put up in cans
and warranted to keep any length of time.
Depot at Rogers Central Market, comer
Cass and Chenamns streets. Astoria.
?33tfU f rU
KV3:y I v
AT MUSIC HALL,
3E3. J&.m CTJinSTKr.
NAIES, 3ITEI. FEE1 AND HAT
Cash paid for country produce. Small
protlLs on casli sales. Vstona, Oregon, cor- I
nerof Main and Squemocqhe streets. "
The undersigned Is prepared to furalaii
a large number of Spiles and Spars at his
place on short notice, at reasonable rates.
Apply to C. G. CAPLES,