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Did Dr. Whitman Sate Oregon?
Q Al'.TICLE FOUR.
We have followed Mrs. Victor's at
tempt to falsify "historical facts, aud to
destroy the credit due to a christian
patriot for the uusolfisli effort he made
to movant Orecron from becoming
British territory, by representing m
person its real value to the American
people through its representatives in
cengresa then assembled. We have
shown by competent witnesses that he
went to the national capitol, that he
used his influence on his way and on
his return to induce as large an immi
gration of settlers to come to Oregon
as possible, to counteract th.8 influence
of a foreign power then in actual pos
session of tho country, and claiming
the most numerous settlement ot its
subjects, which being now admitted by
statesmen of both nations then con
testing for possession, was the lcsjiti
niato.title for permanent possession,
and was by the safe arrival of that im
migration, and its opening a wagon
road to tho Columbia nver, the principle-
means of giving up of the one na
ation and the holding on of the other;
as it demonstrated the existence of
a nracticable route to the country in
dispute, foi ox-teams and wagons to
reach it with families, and with troops
for defense. At this point in the de
fense of historical facts relative to Dr.
Whitman's objects in going to Wash
ington in 1842, we will return to what
Mrs. Victor claims lo have received
from Hon. Jesse Apple-gate. She
A year or two ago he :?ent me a copy
f .firnvc HiQtnrv with marginal notes.
On nacri 289 he wrete: ''I never saw Dr.
IVM.Vlmoti nnr 1-HOW ll WJ1S ill tllPCOUn-
try, until z overtook me on the Platte."
Admit that Dr. Whitman did not
see a single man till he reached Wash
ington; does that prove that he did not
go there, or that he had no influence
in getting a large immigration to come
to Oregon; or that he was not with
them before Mr. Applegate saw him
and was assisting the "good angel"
all the time, still Mr. Applegate did
not see him? Does it prove that Dr.
Whitman did not do all that Mr.
Spalding said he did, as being told to
him by Dr. Whitman? or docs it provo
that Mr. Applegate himself did not
tell lo Dr. Whitman what Mr. .Spal
ding wrote to the Pacific, as published
November 9, before 1S704
W. H. Gray is not responsible for
the forgetfuluess or ignorance of Mr.
Applegate about Dr. Whitman being
one of that large emigrating company
before they reached tho Platte, for it
is known that he was with them, and
quietly aiding and counciling them,
and giving them confidence in their
great and glorious undertaking to aid
in securing to our American people so
rich and valuable a country as Oregon
Mrs. Victor adds: j
Also this: From the time he overtook
the emigration until he left it at fort
Hall, Dr. Whitman made my camp his
headquarters. Everything concerning
Oregon and its future was talked over
between us. I understood his visit to
the states was to obtain help from his
board to counteract Catholic influence
the political part being incidental.
First, Dr. Whitman did not leave
the immigration at fort Hall, us shown
by Hobson, Baker, and ex-senator
Nesmith in his annual address in 1880.
He accompanied them as pilot till he
reached tho Grand Hondo and there
he procured the best Indian that Mr.
Nesmith, as he said, oversaw, for their
guide; besides marking tho way for
them, as Mr. Baker says. !
As to Mr. Applegates understanding
of Dr. Whitmans object in visiting
the mission board in Boston, it has
nothing to do with tho question at
issue except to confuse; and aid Mrs.
Victor in lumbering this question to
deceive as to her real object under the
spurious pretense of telling tho truth.
That he was the piime mover in get
ting up the emigration of 1843, is not
It would have been very kind in
Mrs Victor if she would have given us
a hint who was the author, or from
what paper, book or history, she gets
the idea that Dr. Whitman was the
prime mover in getting up the emigra
tion of 1843, or did she put it in to
say it "is not true," or did she mean ns
to understand that is Mr. Applegates
assertion, as we do not find her quota
tion marks. But we do find him to
Bay, on the G4th page of his Cow
Column article: "That to no other
individual are the immigration of 1843
so much indebted for the successful
conclusion of their journey, as to Dr.
Mrs. Victor continues with Mr.
Applegate and says:
On page 291, Mr. Gray says: He
asked not, nor expected a dollar as
a reward, from any source; he felt him
self abundantly rewarded when he saw
the desire of his heart accomplished, the
great wagon route over the mountains
esiaousueu, ana uregon in i inu wjij
to be occupied with American settle
On which Mr. Applegate remarks:
All this is true of Dr. Whitman; but
his co-adjutors Walker and Eells. were
at his station, and obliged him to ask
every emigrant for pay for pilotage. I
paid forty-five dollars.
In this last charge of Mr. Apple-
gate against Walker and Eells, Mr.
Eells is still living and competent to
speak for himself. Under date of
April 22d 1881, Mr. Eells says:
I was not at Waiilatpu when the
imigratiom of 1843 passed that place,
consequently the btatement that I
obliged Dr. Whitman to ask every emi
grant for pay for pilotage is false. I
tiova nn ntMrtpnpp Hmfc Mr. Walker er-
dents of A Day with the Cow
Column, page 03. transactionsof the
fourth annual reunion of the
Oregon Pioneer association for 187G,
Mr. Applegate says: "But a little
incident breaks the monotony of the
march. An emigrants wife, whoso
state of health ha3 caused Dr. Whit
man to travel near the wagon for the
dav, is now taken with violent illnes3.
The doctor has had tho wagon driven
out of tho lme, a tent pitched and n
Gre kindled. Many conjectures are
hazarded in regard lo this mysterious
proceeding, and as to why this wagon
is to be left behind.
"And we, too, must leave it, hasten
to the front and note the proceodiug.s
for the sun is now getting low in the
vent. and at length tho painstaking
pilot is standing ready to conduct the
train in the circle which he has previ
ously measurod and marked out,
which is to form tho invariable fortifi
cation for the night. The leading
wagons folio him o nearly round
the" circle that but a wagon length
separate them. Each wagon follows
Tn its track, the rear elopes on the
front, until its tongue and ox-chains
will perfectly reach irorr. one to mo
other, and so accurate uie measuic
ment and perfect tho practice that the
hindmost wagon of tho train always
precisely closes tho gateway as each
wagon is brought into position. It is
dropped from its team (the teams be
ing insido the circle), the teams un
yoked, and tho yokes and chains used
to connect tho wagon strongly with
that in its front. Within ten minutes
from the time the leading wagon
halted the barricade is formed, the
teams unyoked and driven out to
pasture. Every one is busy preparing
tires of buffalo chips to cook tho
evening meal, pitching tents and
otherwise preparing for the night.
There are anxious watchers for the
absent wairon. for there aro many
matrons who mav be afflicted like its
inmate before the iourney is over; and
they fear tho strange and startling
practice of this Oregon doctor will be
dan"erou3. But as the sun goes down
the absent wagon rolls into camp; the
bright, speaking face and cheery look
of the doctor, who rides in advance,
declares without words that all is well,
and both mother and child are com
"I would fain now and here pay a
passing tribute to that noble and de
voted man, Dr. Whitman. I will in
trude no other name upon the reader,
nor would I his were ho of our party
or even living, but his stay with us
was trancient, though the good he did
us was permanent, and he has long
since died at Iub post.
"From the time he joined us on the
Platte until he left 113 at fort Hall his
great experience and indomitable en
ergy were of priceless value to the
emigrating column. His constant ad'
reasonable person will believe for a
moment, and it would be folly to at
attempt to explain to Mrs. Viotor or
give to her the facts. This fact has
beenatrongly impressed upon my mind
from the moment I read her produc
tion, and I have not reviewed it ex
pecting to convmco ae nor those in
an intprnci she hunts tin and
publishes slanderous reports about
TmtPtnt missionaries and missions.
T?..f ;iinA icifh such an array of
quotations from parties having but
little or no knowledge of the facts that
Mrs. Victor quotes would be construed
as proof of the correctness or aer in
fluences and conclusions. Hence wo
cannot iu justice to the dead and the
living, and tho truth of history, avoid
the duty ol exposing such palpable
;oi-nnroftfnt.itinns as are found in
statements such as the follewing:
Dr. McLaughlin, against whom Mr.
Gray constantly insinuates evil.
If the reader will examine my his
tory, on the 30th page, in answer lo
the charge made against Dr. Mc
Laughlins treatment of the Bed river
settlers, the following is W. H. Grays
"This statement, while it athrmsan
imnortant fact, gives a false impression
as regards Dr. McLaughlin. Ho, to
ray certain knowledge, oxtenaea to
the Red river settlers every facility
within hia power." Three hundred
and eighteenth page "Wo believe
Dr. John McLaughlin to have been
one of tho best and noblest of men."
If Mrs. Victor had read my historyl
more carefnllv, she mignc nave uis-
played better judgment m her insinuations.
This must suffice for this article; in
my next will close this discussion, till
Mrs. Victor or some one elae will
make an attack on the truth of history.
Respectfully, etc-, etc, W. H. Gbay.
SAN FRANCISCO CLOTHING STOKE.
The Count Cinchon was Un Spanish j
Vicerov In Peru in ikjo. me uramess.
his wifV. was prostrated by an intermit
tent fever, from which she was freed by
tliuiwoftlic native remedy. the Peru
vian hark, or. as it was willed in the
language or the country, "Quinquina.
Grateful for her recovery, on her return
to Europe in lffri. she introduced the
remedy in Spain, where it was known
.,,..t.r v-.r?nii minis, until Ltmianis
called It Cinchona, in nonoroi uw iau i
who had brought them that which was
more precious than the gold of the Iiica-..
To tins day. after a lapse of two hun
dred and fifty yean., science lias civcn
us nothing to take Its place. It effectu
allv cures a morbid apjMjtito for stimu
lants by restoring the natural tone of
the -tomach. It attacks excessive love
of liquor as it does a fever, and destroys
Itntlt nlilro. TllP lMlWtTflll tontC VirtllC
of tho Cinchona Is preserved hi the
Peruvian Bitters, which are as effective
against malarial fever to-day as they
vr n tiii ilnvs of the old Spanish
Vicerovs. We iniaratilee the ingredi
ents ot these bitters to be absolutely
pure, and of the best known quaht.
A trial will satisfy you that this it the
best bitter in thi world. "The proof or
the pudding is in the eating," and we
willmglv abide this lest. For sale by
.all druggists, grocers and liquor dealers.
Mother ! 3Iother ! ! 3Iothtrn ! I I
I THE NEWS! I
TAY TCTTIiE, 2. .
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
Office Over the "White House Store. -Besidkxck
Next door to Mrs. Munson'?
boarding house, Chenamus street, Aston?
. "WELCOME TO ALL !
THE FISHING SEASON HAS OPENED AND SO HAS TEE POPULAR
I SAN FRANCISCO I
I Q. A. BOWLBY.
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Chenanms Street. - AST01tIA.OP.EGOh
p TV. FBIiTOX
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
ASTORIA - - - OKEGOK
Office over rage & Allen's store, Cass street
"CI C. HOJLDKXJ
AUCTIONEER, COMMISSION AND
A VAN DUSEN.
Cheiuunus Street, near Occident Hotel.
Agent Wells, Fargo & Co.
Arc you disturbed at night and broken
of votir rest by a sick child suffering
and crying with the excruciating pain
a.. ..!. O If rn irn f rtrtntk till
The True Status.
ferer immediately depend upon it;
there Is no mistake about it. There is
not a mother on earth who has ever
used it, who will not t II you at once
hnt- it will rptnilntfi the bowels, and
elve rest to the mother, and relief and
health to the child, opcratingliKe magic.
It U perfectly safe to use in all cases,
and pleasant to the taste, and is the pre
scription of one ot the oldest and best
female physicians and nurses in the
United States. Sold everywhere. 25
cents a bottle.
! CLOTHING- STORE i
! Opened the largest and best :
selected stock of. :
TCT P. HICKS.
ASTORIA, - - - OREGON.
Rooms In Allen's building up stairs, cornf
of Cass and Sqeruocqhe streets.
St. Louis Globe.
ltisa.ll nonsense to speak, as
many newspapers do, of the Globe-
Democrats position on the Conk-ling-Robertson
question as the re
sult of "an effort to keep the Grant
movement alive for 1SS4." The
j Grant movement is dead and
buried, beyond either the hope or
the desire for resurrection. If
there ever was any intentioa to put
Grant forward again, its fulfilment
was rendered impossible by Grants
own conduct in withdrawing from
the great body of the people,
among whom his strength lay, and
seeking fellowship and favors
among the wealthy few of New
lor 1ks of
ritipvfio. Oct. 11. 1880. Three years
-----. -. .. .....
Gents Furnishing Goods,
BOOTS AND SHOES,
-THK. 3f. I. JEXX1XGS.
rilYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
ftmiluAte Unlversltv of VIreinia. i68
Physician to Bay View hospital, Baltimore
Office In Page & Allen's building, up
-T A. JIcINTOSII.
Occident Hotel Bulldme,
ASTORIxV - - - OREGON
SlSiiSlS TRUNKS AND VALISES, HATS AND CAPS,
Riirnptfs cocoaine. and inv hair immedi
ate! v stopped coming out, and has enn
stantlv been setting thicker. My head
is now entirelv free from damlruu. 3Iy
wife has used the cocoaine with equally
gratifving results. P. T. Piatt, with F.
McVeigh & Co.
Rurnotfs extracts are the purest fruit
-AND THE BEST-
t H. BAFX dfc CO.,
Doors. WlndoiVM. Blinds, Tran
KomM. liiimber, Etc
All kinds of Oak Lumber. Glass, Boat Ma
Steam Mill near Weston hotel. Cor. Gei-
evive and Astor strjsrts.
CARTER'S GAPE ANN
AHKWAltl) OF ONE HUNDKED DOL
lars will be irnld by the undersized for
the arrest and conviction of any icriiii or
person, who may ic loiinu cuumjjor ino.csi
iug the water pipes bolnngln;; toUii Astoria
.1. r . .Mu,r..,
Astoria, May iStli. 1SS1
vice! which we know was based upon York. As a citizen of
a knowledge of the road before us spending the long summer even
was, 'travel, travel, travel; nothing . q jjis j.fe ,lt Ws Qd home
else will take you lo tho end or your
ieurnev: nothing is wise that does not Grant was a possible candidate, as
help you along, nothing is good for a pensioner upon the bounty of a
yon that causes a moimniu. my . t f millionaires, the surrfrestion of
irrE HAVE NOW 1'IxACEl) THIS FIUST
V class vessel on Hie berth for salmon
loading to Liverpool. For particulars recant
ing rates or freight and Insurance, apply to
KODGEKS, MEYER & CO .
nUiEXHAUT &. SCHOEXE.
Occident Hotel Hair Dressing Saloon
ASTOltIA - OREGON.
llol, Cold, Shotter,
Steam and Sulphur
GySpecIal attention given toladles'and
children's hair cutting.
Private Entrance for I-idles.
his candidacy would be a sugges
tion of lunacy on the part of him
who made it. We are for Mr.
Gonkling in the fight which the
President has unwisely forced upon
him, because we are unwilling to
His creat authority as a physician ;
complete success in the case above re
ferred to, saved us many prolonged
and perhaps ruinous delays from simi
lar causes, and it is no iiisparageraum,
to others to say that to ni other indi
vidual are the emigration of 1843 so
much indebted for the successful con
clusion of their journey as to Dr.
Iarcus v hitman. . see a great and brave man cause-
"The encampment ia a good onoji , ji0i ,c;in,l l.
.... r .i iut i,--7,,i ,ni.ii lesslv and needlessly assailed in
UllV Ul IJIU wuaosuiiu iiiivuniin. ..uv.. i . '
future delay, lias just been removed men oi ins own part.
by the skill and energy of that good j --
an"el of the emigrants, Dr. Whitman, Development.
and it has lifted a load from the hearts ;
ofthoeldew. Many of these are as-: 0ur exnerience in the United
Rfimhlwi around the i:oou jjoctor at
tho tent of th
home for the time
Proposal for Building Wharf at
Ilwaco, W. T.
BIDS rOK EXTENDING THE WllAHF
and roadway or the Iluaco AWiarf
company, nt Ilwaco. "W. T , lrom Hie pres
ent wharf in a soulhcastfriy direction, from
400 to Q00 feet, will be rvceimlat the oOlce
or the ompanv until ll a. m. Mav -JO. m.
lllds houia state the price per lineal foot for
the roadfraf ; al?o for otuistruclins the main
wharf anil .pp. In accordance with plau and
spccificaUorjs to be fern nt the oftlce or .1. II.
i nravf Aslurift. Orecon. until Tuesday.
MavLK, iSl. alter which time they will be in
tlie'lmnds or thefcocretary of the company at
Ilwaco. W. T. The company reserve the
right to reject any "".
iWident I. V. Co.
Ilwaco. W.T.. Mayo. IWI.
RUBBER BOOTS, ETC.,
WniCH WILL UK SOLD AT SAX FR AS CISCO WHOLESALE TIUCES.
REMEMBER THIS IS NO HUMBUG.
HAV1XU MADE ARKAXGEMEKTS IN SEW YORK AND SAN FRAN
CISCO FOll THE PURCHASE OF ALT, MY GOODS, MY
FACILITIES FOR BUYING ARE SUCH
AS TO ENABLE ME TO
Undersell all Others. I Defy Competition.
HOOT AM S1IOK
Ciiexamu Stkkkt, opposite Adler's Booi
store, - Astoiua. Oreoon.
SST Perfect fit. jniaranteed. All "work
warranted. Hive me a trial. All orders
W. U jrOAIJK.
J. A. BKOWM
BROW.V & aiel'ABE,
STEVEDORES AND RIGGERS.
.Vstoria ofllcer-At E. C. lloiden's Auction
store. Portland ofllce2l R street. 13-tf
Our experience in
he pilot, (winch i.s his States been that wherever vre can
irae being), and are g"'-j find inlets that can by the expendi-
have no evidence that Mr. Walker per
formed such an act.
As to Mr. Walker, ivho is now dead,
no one who knew him while alive
will believe that any statement of the
kind is true, and from tho acquain
tance I have had with Mr. Applegate
I do not believe he ever made it, or
paid one cent for pilotage. I believe
that he made Dr. Whitman a present
of forty-five dollars for the Doctors
services in attending his wife while on
the march, as he describes her case;
and at this point we will copy what he
says in connection with tho inci-
in" grave attention to his wise and en
ergetic councils. The careworn pilot
sits aloof quietly smoking his pipe, for
he knows tho brave JJoctor isstrcngtn
ening his hands. Even the
father and tho pilot have nnisnea
their confidential interview and have
seperated for tho iiitjhL,"
We ask, can anyone write
tho above cnconium on Dr. Whit
man aim Ilirnisu material ur umi-u-ments
to blot his character!
As I "have bpfore intimated, the
statements claimed by Airs. Victor to
have been mado by Mr. Applegate aro a
forgery; or from a man whoso noble
memory has been lost. Mrs. Victor
in speaking of Dr. Whitman dealing
with immigrants after pretending to
quote Mr. Applegates' paying forty
five dollars for piloting says:
-- A.lnM lrt fnlfliimcnlf nltltltflfinf Iv
rewarded for piloting a company over a
road ho was obliged to travel, and which
returned the favor by furnlshimg htm
and his sole companion, Pernn Whit
man, with subsistence anu protection
for that is what they did. Besides the
niinfnrro iiinncv. he had a market for all
the grain raised at several missions, and
nil thpv rnuld nrocurc at fort Colville.
He sold Spanish beef cattle to the emi
grants, and retained two for one of their
American stock, at that time too poor to
kill, but worth in the Wiliamet valley
one hundred dollars each. This was
making the mission self-supporting, and
was worth a visit to the states.
The above conclusions of Mrs. Vic
tor aro not ouoted by her, but show
the lmht in which she views the char
acter of Dr. Whitman and the mission
with which ho was connected, and
represents them as base swindlers, not
only in taking pilotage, feeding Dr.
Whitman and his nephew, but taking
two cattle for one beef animal of tho
noor immigrant that were worth one
hundred dollars each in tho -Wiliamet
Mrs. Victor may not be aware ot
tho fact that W.H. Gray has crossed
the Rocky mountains iu 183G, 1837,
1833, 1853, 1870 and 1871, the first
three times in the service of Dr.
In 1853 with an emigrant train, and
that he. from his own experience,
knows tho fallacy there is in such a
ture of money be made to admit
large vessels,it is to our advantage
and to the advantage of the whole
country to enlarge their capacity
so as to admit vessels, and, instead
of being rivals and in competi
tion with well-established and old
ports, it only seems to increase
the business of the old ones. The
United States now expends rail
lions of dollars annually in im
provements of harbors and in
making additional harbors. She
is at this time expending large
sums in the creation of four new
harbors in Texas, in addition to the
expenditures for the improvements
in nrocess at Galveston, the only
harbor in the state now admitting
vessels of considerable draught.
ERMANIA BEER HALL
BOTTLE BEER DEPOT.
Ghks ixrs Street. Asronuu
The nat of Layer, 7 Cis. a Glass
Orders for the
Irt at tld place will be promptly attend
ZST"Sn cheap San 1'rancisco Beer sold at
Eacts and Figures !
GKKAT SURPRISE AT THE
AT MUSIC HALL,
San Francisco Store ! I
X1FLS, -UlIs FEED AKI HAY
Cash paid for country produce. Small
profits on ca-sli sales. Astoria, Oregon, cor
ner of Main and Squeniocaho streets.
I. W. CASE,
Wilson & Fisher
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
CASIMERE SUITS FROM-.
EXTRA BEST SUITS ..
FINE BLACK SUITS " .
DIAGONAL SUITS " ..
CASDIERE PANTS " ..
EXTRA BEST PANTS
..$ 8 00
.- 12 00
. IS 00
... 15 00
... 2 50
... 4 00
BOYS SUITS, ALL SORTS, FROM. .'. 6 00
TO 15 00
" 20 00
" 25 00
" 22 00
" 4 00
TAIL DEALER IS
HERE AJtE PRICES OF GOODS THAT WILL SURPRISE A LL. IMPORTBtt AND WHOLESALE AND RE-
MENS AND BOYS
Comer Chenamus ami Cass streets.
ASTORIA - - - OREGON.
The Xew School Book.
Messrs. Chas. Stevens & Son have a full
supplv of text books lately adopted by
tho cAtP nni which miii.t be Introduced
in the public schools by or before Octo
ber lsUi&Ji. . , ..
The following books are onereu at in
llrooks Primary. Elementary, Writ
ten aud Higher Arithmetics. A , ,
The following will be sold at intro
ductory rates, but not on exchange:
Watsons Childs Speller.
Watsons Youtlis Speller.
Montieths Easy Lessons in Popular
l.ytes Book Keeping.
A estlakos Common bchool Literature.
Crrv Book Stoke,
any circumstances, wouiu uij mo
j lewt advantage of an emigrant, no
Pfnmlor'a medicines are made
from Oregon roots, herbs and barks,
and are not patent medicines, but
pnroly vegetable families remedies.
Wholesale ascot for the
BED CROWN FLOUR
Made by the new piocess.
Tin. Hat iinnr in tiii market. Every sack
ttirnAfi . irnnf pium! :ls rcnrc&ented vou
can return it. Merchants will unci It to their
advantage to sell tni nour.
BRAN, SHORTS AND CHOP FEED
Also for sale.
Persons wMiIuk Flour or Feed will And me
at my new Drug Store, at O. It. & X. Cos
OVERALLS FROM 6 CTS-
JUMPERS u - 60 "
ALL WOOL SOCKS 2 "
CHECKER SOCKS. SIX PAIR FOR
COTTON SOCKS, THREE PAIR FOR
WHITE SHIRTS FROM 90 "
COLORED " "J
CASDlERE" ' SI 50
FLANNEL - '. 1 00 u
BLUE NAVY - 2 00 "
FLANNEL UNDERSHIRTS AND DRAWERS FROM 1 25 4
COTTON FLANNEL SHIRTS AND DRAWERS CO -
MARINO SHIRTS AND DRAWERS " u
TO SI 00
" 1 75
" t 50
- 3 00
u 1 75
- 2 50
Wm. Houseman of Portland
BEGS LEAVE TO NOTIFY HIS frien
and customers that he has opened
AND FURNISHING GOODS STORE
Next to G. W. Hume's grocery store.
F. HOUSEMAN, Agent
J. "V. CONN.
LONG OIL COATS FROM 3 &
OIL JUMPERS u "
BOOTS AND SHOES.
Contractors and Builders,
CORNER ASTOR AND CASS STREETS.
Near Congregational Church.
And are now ready to receive orders for all
Contracts taken to build and repair
SHIPS, HOUSES, ROATS, TTTC,
AT LOWEST RATES.
Doors and Window Frames made to
Have Wistart balsam of wild cherry
always at hand. It cures coughs, colds,
i...i.:t- ilmAnlniT nmirrli nrnnn in.
statement, that Dr. Whitman, under I fluenzat consumption, and all throat and
50 cents and Si abot-
THE DEW DROP IHH !
Oh, fishermen, all hear the good news !
A fine saloon is started with lest of
Liquors, Wines and Beer,
AND FIXE TREE LUNCH UNGUARDED.
The Grandest Caviar and CheeHe,
IN SANDWICH THICK AND THIN
And will you spend a pleasant hour, drop In
&t the DEW DBOPTNN on Concomly street.
MENS CALF BOOTS FROM
MENS KIT BOOTS
ELASTIC GAITERS -BUCKLE
,.. S3 CO
... 2 73
. 1 75
... 1 25
I HAVE THIS SPRING STRAINED EVERY NERVE AND USED MY
ENTIRE ENERGY AND BEST JUDGMENT IN PLACING IN OUR AS
TORIA HOUSE THE LARGEST AND MOST COMPLETE ASSORTMENT
OF THE ABOVE LINE OF GOODS. . WBT.mflJ
CALL AND INSPECT FOR YOURSELF. YOU ARE WELCOME.
I WILL GLADLY' SHOW MY GOODS, NO MATTER WJiivur iuu
BUY OR NOT. NEW GOODS BY EVERY STEAMER. tiv
S. DAN .lutixi.
San Francisco Store. SSqueniocqbe street, next door toPae & Allen's store, north of
ralln-walla Restaurant, Aston Grecoc.
r.T.BAUCLAY. T. H. HATCH.
HATCH & BARGLAY,
No. 20 California St., San Francisco, Cal.
C. H. STOCKTON,
PAPER HANGING AND WALL COLORING
GLAZING PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO.
aarSbop next door to Asioriani umce, in
1 Shuster's Dulldlng