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Astoria. Oregon. Tuesdav Morning, May 31, .1881.
sjttixo iwlls story or the
A WFUL COX TEST - IXVOK
rXO THE All) OF THE
am: at spirit.
HIS POSIRLK UKLUCTANCi: TO mitt IX
TJIE HA'JTI.K FOUGHT DUllIXO A
A special corresjxmdeiit of l!i(
Toronto Globe writes from Wood
mountain, April I). 1SS1 : In a
recent ir.tervew with Maj. Oro.ier,
Sitting Hull said: During tlc
summer previous to the one in
which C'ustor attacked us, he sent
a letter to me telling me that if 1
did noL go to an agency he would
fight me; and 1 sent word back
to him by his messenger that 1
did not want to fight, but only to
be left alone. 1 told him at the
same time that if he wanted to
fight that he should go ami fight
those Indians who wanted to fight
him. Custer then sent mc word
again (this was in the winter),
"You would not take mv former
offer; now 1 am going to fight you
this winter.'" 1 sent word back
and isaid just, what 1 had said be-
fore, that I did not want to fight, j
and only wanted to be let alone,
and that my camp was the only
one that had not fought against
him. Custer again sent a message, j
"1 am fittinir up mv wa irons and
soldiers, and aru deteroiined to
fight agsti nst you in the spring." Tj
thought, that 1 would trv him I
again, and sent lum a message
I Iii! . Maul lo I'islil:
That 1 wanted, fir.st of all, to go to
British territory, and after I had
been there and came back, if he
still wanted to light me, that I
would fight them. Cusr sent
back word and said: will fight
you in eight days.'" 1 then saw
that it wa. no use, that I would
have to fight, so I sent him word
back "All right; get all your men j
mounted, ana j win get all my
men mounted; we will have a fight;
the Great Spirit will look on, and
thc side that is in the wrong will J
be defeated.' 1 began to get
ready, and sent twenty young men
to watch for the soldiers. Five
soon came back with word tiiatjshoulcd nit, "the Croat Spirit is
Custer was coining. The other j on our l,K; ,ow l,e js striking
fifteen stopped to watch his move
ments. When Custer was quite
close ten young men came m.
When he had advanced still closer
two more of them came in, leaving
three still to watch the troops.
Ave had got up a medicine dance for
war in the camp, and just as it
was coming to an end two of the
young men came in with word that
Custer and the troops were ver3
close and would be upon the camp
in the morning. That night we all
Col llvntly lor the i;.illr.
My young men all buckled on
their amunition belts, and we were
bus' putting strong sticks in our
"coup sticks."' Early at sunrise
two young men who had been out
a short way on the prairie came to
me and told me that from the top
of a high butte the- had seen the
troops advancing in two divisions,
I then had all the horses driven
into the camp and corraled be-1
tween the lodges. About noon
the troops came up and at once
rushed upon the camp. They
charged in two separate divisions,
one at the upper end, whilst the
other division charged about the
middle of the camp. The latter
division struck the camp in the
center of the ftoO lodges of the
Tjueapapa Sioux," and close to the
door of my own lodge. At the
time that the troops charged 1 was
making medicine for the Great
Sfirit to help us and fight upon
our side, and as I heard the noise
and knew what it was, I came out.
When I had got to the outside of
my lodge T noticed that this di
vision had stopped suddenly close
to the o.iter side of the Uncapapa
camp, and then they sounded a
bugle and the troops fired into the
camp. (Here Sitting Bull made a
peculiar noise with his mouth and
clapped his hands together to imi
tate the firing of the soldiers.) I
at once set my wife upon my best
horse, put my war-bonnet on her
head, -and told her to run away
with the ret of tle ffomcii. Sbe
did so, but in Iter hurry forgot to
take the baby (a girl); after she
had gone a little way s!k thought
of the child and came back for it.
gave the child to her and she
went ofi again. 1 now put a flag
upon a lodge-pole, and lifting it
as hin-h as I could I sltouted out as
loud as 1 was able to my own men
; :wi: Stliz Hall: t'oltini Mr."
I then rushed at tltc bead of them
up to tin plaf-e where 1 tltought
Custer was, and jut a- we got
close up to the troops they fired
again. (Here Bull again imitated
for some length of time the firing
of the troop). When 1 vaw that
the soldiers fired from their sad
dles ami did but little damage to
us, T ordered all my men to rush
through their ranks and break!
them, which they did, but failod to
break the ranks, although we suf
fered as little damage as before.
I then sliouted to them to try
again, and putting myself at the
head of my men we went at them
again. This time, although the
soldiers were keeping up a rapid
firing (fiom theii 1kivs), we
knocked awav a whole corner and
killed a great many, though I had i
onlv one man killed.
After this i
we chaiged the same way. several
times, am! kept driving them baok
for about half a mile, killing them!
very last. Alter loremg them
back theic onlv remained five ol-
v . i ? - i.i , uiu it, iiu.-mi, uui i in- .million nun'
titers of this division ami the inter- '. , ,
j was in a few weeks restored,
prefer ahve, nd I told my men to poor as ho waSj j e Kevre ,onlt
let them live. Then the interpie- a lot of land on the shores of the
tor, tltc man that the Indians' hike, and despite the Indian ob
callcd "The White,1' shouted out! jedions which he combatted by
. ... . . . ,,, , I feeding them liberally during the
in Sioux and Mi.d, "Custer is not lmrd inter ,ie .Stained his
in tin.-, division, he is in the other.
1 then ordered all my men to I
come on and attack the oilier di-
vision. They did so, and followed
inie. i m soldiers oi tins diviHon
fired upon us as soon as we got
within range, but did us little
I iini hi. n jii-ii wkz lulu "ul iiiiilc
IlaSat T lllilt .tV lACkjl .W t.4 . .
d Jld WPre ;. -ming to
V :ri':il Sioriu ttruhr
1'ight over us, and the lightning
rs o c
was fearful, and struclc a lot of the
soldieis and horses, killing them
instantlv. I then called out to the
men to chaifre the troops and
on our side, look how he is striking
the soldiers down!"' My iuenaw!
this, and they all rushod upon the J
troops, who were mixed up a good
deal. About forty of the soldiers
,u,i been dismounted by the light-
M"ng killing and frightening thoir
1 . i .. i
j horses, and these men were soon .
trampled to death. It was just at
this time that we charged them,
and we easily knocked them off
their horses, and then killed them
with our coup sticks. n this way
we killed all this division with the
exception of a few who tried to
ct away, but were killed by the
Sioux before t hey could get very
far. All through the battle the
soldiers fired very wild and only
killed twenty-five Sioux. 1 did
not recognize General Custer in
the fight, but only thought 1 did,
but J would not be certain about
'usl-r tins Killed
In the first attack, as we found his
body, or what all the Indians
thought was Custer's body, about
the place that it was made. I do
not think there is any truth in the
report that he shot himself. I
saw two soldiers shoot themselves.
The Sioux were following them,
and in a few moments would have
caught them, but they shot them
selves with their pistols in the
head. The body which all the
Indians said was Custer's had its
hair cut short. There were 709
Americans killed. AVe counted
them by putting a stick upon each
body, and then taking the sticks
up again and counting them. AVe
counted 707 carbines. Two might
have fallen into the ciock. When
Bull had concluded the foregoing
account of the battle, he turned
to Maj. Cro.ier and said: "There,
1 have fought the battle all over
again to you, and this I have never
done since the time T fought it out
in earnest with Gen. Custer."
The boat stoves made bj' JL 0.
Crosby, with fire-brick bottoms, are
superior to all others in this market.
The Pa louse Gazette iuforms us
that the now famous Medical hike,
situate in eastern Washington ter
ritory, is to be well supplied with
hotel accommodations this year.
The pioneer of Medical lake, re
ferred to in the following letter to
the London Field, has retired:
Medical lake deserves a great
deal more than the passing notice
I can here bestow upon it. Sur
rounded bv heavv bull pine, and
in the midst of :i fine grazing and
fair agricultural country, this pretty
and most peculiar sheet of water
escaped the eye of the explorer for
many years, because around it the
Indians perpetually clustered, and
the redskins by no mean., extend-
, ed any welcome to the new comer,
whose hair, indeed, as a rule, they
summarily removed in those days.
About eight vears ago, however.
the noble reds temporarily retired
from Medical lake on the approach
of a detatchment of United States
soldiers, and Mr. Andrew Le
Fcvre, a French Canadian, hap
pened to cross from Montana with
a flock of sheep badly aillicted
with scab, and camped on its
banks. The sheep took kindly to
the water, which Le Fcvre found
of a sour taste, and slightly purga
tive nature; and, to liis astonish
ment, the sheep in ten days were
quite cured of scab
dawned on the new settler
that the water contained med
ical properties. Mr. Le Fevres
left arm was badlv naralvzcd
and it occurred to hiinthul bathing
in these waters might arrest the
progress of the disease. Not only
position, and is to-day, owing to
the fast-spreading local celebrity of
.vow that the .Northern Pacific"
will run within nine miles of the
place, through Cheney station,
Medical lake will be accessible to
the world by rail next June. 1 am
informed that about one thousand
people camped out here this sum
mer. 1 he lmtli houses are lair
and very clean.
I . :.- " .
ice cream nuioon.
Frank Fnber's ice cream .snloon, on
li.l n.nl.o. linn., lining ...Ml To .......
fiMftll ;, uil,, .,.;.., tv,An,a ffin
ladies. Jt is also the depot for choice
coiifeoUonory, tall)-, etc. Itomain
nttnnn cnmni r.- nvim
Oars, eleven feet Jiustic soda,
de" kicquor, asplmltnA yArnish, fi
ture varnish, tan JtoiakL ulc in quanti
ties to suit at Clio. V. II im is.
The Central Hotel.
One of the finest, cleanest and bw-t
It i-i l-:.. ..' ...
Kent jiuiois in jy.sk ina, suiikiuu iiunr
fl eln,ni,r ,mw1:n,r ' :,,, r.t u
airy rooms, jjoed board and very
reasonable rates. Bar and billiard
rooms. The best of winos and liquors,
and an excel lout glass of Snn Francis
co beer. Anton JJihloii. Proprietor.
rolhers! mother!! Mothers, ! ! !
.... w w. ........., ...v.. ....; vuuoi
Are you disturbed at niht and broken
of your ret by a .sick child .suflcring
and crying with the excruciating pain
of cutting teeth :' If so, go at once and
get a bottle of Mrs. Winslow's .Soothing
Syrup, it will relieve the poor little suf
ferer immediately depend inron it:
there is no mistake about it. There is
not a mother on earth who has ever
used it, who will not tIl ou at once
that it will regulate the bowels, and
give rest to the mother, and relief and
health to the child, operating like magic.
It i perfectly safe to Use m all cabes,
and pleasant to the taste, and is the nre
acriptionof one of the oldest and nest
female physicians and nurses in the
United States. Sold everywhere. i"
cents a bottle.
For a first-class oyster stew, fry,
pan-roast or fancy roast, go to Hoscoc's
on Mam street, opposite N. Loeb's.
Families supplied b the hundred or
the sack, oponed or in the sholl.
Peter Wilhchn has established a
first class saloon in C. H. Page's
building, on Squcmoohe street, near
the bell tower, and has appointed
Messrs. Win. Beck & Co. his agents.
TJia best of everything in the line of
wines, liquors, beer, cigars, etc, will
be kept on hand.
Tse Nicholas' Balm of Oilcad
oil, for sore or chapped hands.
Firo-brick and fire-clay in lots to
suit at L C. Crosby's.
Why suffer from those nasty boils,
pimples and eruptions on the skin,
caused by diseased blood, when you
can have thorn thoroughly eradicated
with a Tew bottles of Plunders Oregon
Mr. BroolK of the Astoria iKiIlerv
has just returned from Portland and has
perfected arrancements that will enable
him to produce the most superior fin
ished photographs. Mr. Brooks has em-
pjoyeu tne services ot an artist of inan
years exjoriencc in some of the best
gauerics m han J-rancisco, and with
new instrument and accessories, new
chemicals and stock and an imnroved
burnisher, he will now give his custom
ers those siqwrior Glace photographs at
the following prices: Size. Boudoirs,
full length figures, SG OOperdozeu; Cab
inets full length figures, Si 00; Card,
full length figures, S2 50.
The Count ChiclKni was the boanbh
Vipw. hi Torn in nao. Tin Connie,
his wire. a jmvratiil ly an iiiterinJt
teiit feer. from wluVh she as freed hy
tlieiiMMirtln: native remedy, the IVrti
vlan hark. or. a it was called in tin
language of the cotuttrx, -Quinquina.
Crati'Inl for her nvowrj. on her return
to Kuro'.e in HErj. lte introduced the
remedv m .Spain, w here it wa known
under varioit names, until I.iiuui-as
called it Cinchona, in honor or the lady
who had hroujiht them that which was
more precious than the sold of the Tnea.
To thus da. after a lap-e of tvo hun
dred, ami lift year, science ha-, uiveti
Us uothiii:; to take its place. It eiTeetu
ally cures a morhid appetite for .stiiau
laiit. hy nJoriin; the natural tone of
the .stomach. It attncK excessive love
of liquor as it does a fever, and detro s
both alike. The powerful tonic irtue
of the Cinchona is prcM-ned in the
IVruuan Hitters, which areas effective
aiiitst malarial feer to-day as thev
were in the da of the old .Spanish
Viceros. We jruirantce the insreli-
onts of these hitters lo he abvlutel
juire. anil of the best known quality.
A trial. will satif. ou that this is the
best hitter in the world. "The pnnf of
the pudding is in the eatiiir .mil we
willingly abide this wt. For sale 1
all dnmgists, rocer and liquor dealer-,
The Xcw School ItooK.
Messrs. Chas.Ste ens . Son hnea full
sippl of tevt books lately adopted by
the state, and which nutst Ik iutiodiieed
in the public schools hv or before Octo
ber 1st. ISfJI.
The follow in;; lntoks are offered at in
troductory prices or exchanged
Monlieths Elementary ("eosraphj.
Mouiieths Comprehensive ("eniiraphy.
Brooks Primary. Kleineiitarx. Writ
ten and Ilisher Arithmetics.
The follow in? will In' Ul :iL inirti
ductory rates, hut not on exchange: 1
Watsons (Jhihls Speller.
Watsons Youths Speller.
Montieths Easy Lessons i:j ri)ndur
I.j tes Hook Keeping.
We-stlake Common School Literal urc.
City Book sronr,
Letter From Mv. i)Hii!tui.
Astoria. Max -V,. wsi.
Kiurei: A si oi:i x:
It is with pleasiue that 1 mill the at
tention of your readers to the fact that I
haw: established a branch pliotoraph
gallery in Astoria, opposite tin Conrt
iiniw. 1 earnest! invite eer eitien
of your town and ieiuit to visit it and
examine the display of nieturcs. Uriah
believing that the erdiel of each one
will Ik; that my work is not only of the
best but that the priei-, are reasonable.
All the finishing will he done at my
Ihhiic gallery in Portland and maileil
direct to the customer. The oicralir in
charge is an accomplished aitist and
has mi abundance of patience with chil
dren and nen nits jKiipIe. 1 am pre
pared to do all kinds of icu ing. color
ing, copying, and enlarging to any sic.
In all departments, I will set that m
customers go away snti.sfied, and re
sicctliilly solicit their patronage. Very
trul. .1.(5. Daviiison. Photographer.
Corner First and Vamhill streets 1'oit
I'niployineut Tor Ladies
The (Jiiren City SiisHuder company,
of Cincinnati, an now manufacturing
and introducim; their new stocking mi
poitcrs for ladies and children, and
their unequalled skirt susjicinlers fw
ladies. None should 1h. without them:
our leadiii!; physicians recommend
litem, and are loud in their praise.
These goods arc manufactured b ladies
wlto have made the wants of ladies and
children a study, and thej ask us to re
fer tlicm to some reliable and energetic
lady to introduce them in this country,
ami v.e certainly think tlial an earnest
solicitation in eer household would
meet with a readx response, and that a
determined woman could miike a hand
some salary and have the e.ehisic
agencj for this count r. We adie
siimelad who is in neeilof employment
to cnd to the company her name and
address, and mention this pajK-r. Ad
dress Queen City SusiKMider company,
Xos. H7 ami Hit Wcs; Fourth stne"t,
Cincinnati, Ohio. lU-d
Ituruett's C'oeoafiie for Loss of
CiiUAf.o, Oot. 11. ISMi. Three years
ago my hair wits comim; nut cr fast,
ami I was nearly laild. 1 w:t aNo
troubled with dmulrutr. I began using
Buriictfs ciH-oaim. and my hair immedi
ately slopped coming out and has con
stantly been getting thicker. My head
i now entirely free from dandruff. M
wife has- used the ein-oaiue with ciukII
gratifying results. l T. l'latt. with P.
MeVeanh A: Co.
Burnett's extracts aie I lie purest fruit
Have Wistars balsam nfwild cherry
always at hand. It cure-s coughs, colds,
bronchitis whooping couh. croup, in
llucnza, consumption, and all throat and
lung complaints, ru cents and -1 a bot
tle. Sons nf tlii? AUiiiny lleer!
Kespectfully Dcilieated to ami SmI bj
CHAS.ftUATTKK, - - - - ASTOKIA.
Cootl evcniiifj kind fra'iuls. just lislrii lo inc.
And when on have hi'ant me. I'm "hiv
I will tne yiMi a ston ami sint It mit clear
Ami Hie naiae nf ih siHig Is the AI.ItANV
Yah ran Hint it all round in this eitv of -td.
Ami the wax tliattltcv make it Has necr
TliatS a secret tlicy keep and lnld en dear.
For the wliote iMtiintn- Is drinking that
Tlichrewerj Is laiye and the nmchlnerv is
Ami every onlcr Is sent to you risht up t
They set all klmts of order-; from far and
And every one's hcallhv that drinks AI.
For eer tiling tlieie hniks sn clean and so
Ami their lcer is s sjiarklin. it cannot be
If xou are feelmj: lad or the tilitusdoapiear.
Yon can drive them awav bv drinking AL
I huo an old father, who's now eislily-three.
And this Is the advice tie cave uiitn me.
He spoke to ine kiudlv with a niec brieht
and clear :
Since then 1 have dime so, and I'm lieartv
At the round age of fifty I ran always he
At my dally IsIkh-before the sim diKitapniMr
And eacli ilay and nbdit I driuk A LI J ANY
Also, on dranfiht. THE CELEUltATED
C. C5RATTKE. - - WE'lOME SALOON,
1'oadn-ay, opjosite O. It. & N. Co's Dock.
IK Afla 100NDS IlAGS'OFallkiiuU
tVvv clean and dr'.at the Umbrella
shop, Main street, by t.tgifcl. JOPLIN.
I THE NEWS! I
"WnULCOME TO AILL !
TI1K FrSHINC SEASON HAS OPENED AND SO HAS TfiE POPULAE
! CLOTHING STORE !
j Opened thelaixest and best :
selected stock of
CJents Furnishing Goods,
BOOTS AND SHOES,
TRUNKS AND VALISES, HATS AND CAPS,
-AND THE BEST-
ItUBBER BOOTS, ETC.,
WHICH WILL E SOLD AT SAX FRANCISCO WHOLESALE PRICES.
REMEMBER THIS IS NO HUMBUG.
HAVING MADE ABltANGEMENTS IN NEW YORK AND SAN FRAN
CISCO FOR THE PURCHASE OF ALL MY GOODS, MY
FACILITIES FOR BUYING ARE SUCH
AS TO ENABLE ME TO
Undersell all Others. I Defy Competition.
j GREAT SURPRISE AT THE ;
San Francisco Store ! I
UlSltB ARK fJUOH.1 OF GOODS THAT WILL SURPRISE ALL.
MENS AND BOYS
CASIMERE SUITS FROM 8 00 TO 15 00
EXTRA BEST SUITS 12 00 "20 00
FINE BLACK SUITS ; 18 00 " 25 00
DIAGONALSUITS " 15 00 " 22 00
CASIMERE PANTS 2 50 " 4 00
EXTRA BEST PANTS " 4 00 "5 50
BOYS SUITS. ALL SORTS, FROM GOO " 12 00
OVERALLS FROM .". 60 CTS. TO Si 00
JUMPERS " GO " "1 l0
ALL WOOL SOCKS 20 " 25
CHECKER SOCKS. SIX PAIR FOR 1 00
COTTON SOCKS, THREE PAIR FOR 25
WHITE SHIRTS FROM 90 " 175
COLORED 4 ' 75 " I 50
CASIMERE" " SI 50 - "3 00
FLANNEL - - 1 00 u - 1 75
BLUE NAVY - 2 00 " "2 50
FLANNEL UNDERSHIRTS AND DRAWERS FROM 1 25 u 2 25
COTTON FLANNEL SHIRTS AND DRAWERS GO "
MARINO SHIRTS AND DRAWERS 50 "
LONG OIL COATS FROM SH 50 TO 4 50
OIL JUMPERS - 2 7& u 3 00
BOOTS AND SHOES.
3IENS CALF HOOTS FROM 3 CO TO 4 50
MENS KIP BOOTS - 2 75 "4 00
ELASTIC GAITERS l 75 " 2 50
BUCKLE SHOES - 2 25 u 3 25
MENS SLIPPERS - 50 ' 100
BOYS BOOTS - 125 u 175
I HAVE Tins 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 GpODS.
CALL AND INSPECT FOR YOURSELF. YOU ARE WELCOME.
I WILL GLADLY SHOW MY GOODS, NO MATTER WHETHER YOU
BUY OR NOT. NEW GOODS BY EVERY STExYMER.
San Franciyjo Store. Sntemocqhe street, next door to Page & Allen's store, north o(
Walla-walla Restaurant, Astonn Oregon.
TAlT TITTTI,E, X. D.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
Office 0er the White House Store.
RES1DF.XCE Next door to Mrs. Mnnsona
boanlinff house, Chenamus street, Astoru
Q. A. BOWLBY.
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Chenamus Street. - ASTOKIA. OREGON
r XT. FULTOX,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
ASTORIA ... OREGON
Office over Page & Allen's store, Cass street
TJJ C. UOIiDKX.J
AUCTIONEER, COMMISSION AND IN
Chenamu-s Street, near Occident Hotel,
Agent Wells, Fargo & Co.
"CI P. HICKS.
ASTORIA, --. - OREGON.
Rooms In Allen's building up stairs, corn
of Cass and Sqemocqhe streets.
TR. ar. I. JEXXIXGH,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Graduate University of Virginia. 1868
Physician to B.iv yiaw hnnitnr niHmnM
Villt , lOW- U.
-!.. tcm - r.. , XU..U. ..v
Offick In Page & Allen's
T a. Mcintosh.
Occident Hotel Building.
ASTORIA - - - OREGON
Q H. BAIN Os CO.,
DoorH. Wladows, Hliada, Tra
soma, Lumber, Etc.
All Kinds of Oak Lumber, Gla33. Boat Ma
Steam Mill near Weston hotel. Cor. Gm
evive and Astorstreets.
linLEXHART X NCHOEXE.
Occident Hotel Hair Dressing Saloon
ASTORIA - OREGON.
not. Cold, Shower,
Steam and Sulphur
EB'-Special attention given to Indies' aim
children's hair cutting.
Private Entrance for Ladles.
BOOT XXD SHOE
Chrxamus Stkekt. opposite Adler's Book
store, - Astoria, ORKoojf.
12&- Perfect tits guaranteed. All work
warranted. Give me a trial. All orders
w. u M'CBK,
J. A. BROWN
BKOW.V & Mcl'ABE,
STEVEDORES AND RIGGERS.
Astoria office At E. C. Holdens Auction
store. Portland office24 B street. 13-tf
AT MUSIC HALL,
DE3. j&.m TJI3Sa3".
ISAHS, HIIIX. FEE AND HAY
Cash paid for country produce. Small
profits on cash sales. Astona, Oregon, cor
ner of Main and Snuemocahe streets.
I. W. CASE,
IMPORTER AND WHOLESALE AND RE
TAIL DEALER IN
Corner Chenamu and Cass streets.
ASTORIA - - - OREGON.
Wm. Houseman of Portland
EGS LEAVE TO NOTIFY HIS friends
and customers that he has opened
A FISHERMAN'S CLOTHING
AND FURNISHING GOODS STORE
Next to G. W. Hume's grocery store.
F. HOUSEMAN. Agent
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, HOISTS, BOATS, ETC.,
AT LOWEST RATES.
J37Doors and Window Frames made to
P. T. CAKCr.VY. T. H. HATCH.
HATCH & BARGLAY,
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