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Astoria, Oregon. Thursday Moniimz;, October 13, 1881
Some Anomalies of 3Tarltirae Law.
Some.of the absurdities which
still-find a. place in the maritime
laws of -the United States, have
been illustrated in a small but an
noying way in San Francisco.
Some time ago a wealthy resident,
interested in aquatics, purchased
a small steam launch for his own
entertainment on the bay. The
launcli was, however, a foreign
bottom. Whenever he wanted to
sail in her he had to get a special
permit from the Port Collector, as
the maritime laws forbid foreign
bottoms sailing from one domestic
nort to another. But the stonni
yacht-owner's troubles had onlv j
begun. On 'top rf the restriction
mentioned came a multitude of
regulations concerning boiler in
spections, engineer licenses, etc.,
which had to be complied with, j
These became so oppressive that
the owner, as a matter .of self
protection, was forced to resort to
-strategy. The subterfuge of plac
ing the steam launch at the service
of a United States revenue cutter,
and "borrowing" the launch and
two of the cutter's engineers when
ever tl)e owner wanted to take a
pleasure cruise, answered vcrv al,l3' were mauo out in me on
well for a while. But like many sul's office, which was construct-
other human plans it haditsdav.ivel.v American soil, and papersi
and had to be abandoned. The
upshot of it was the shipment of
the launch to British Columbia,
the United States regulations be
ing drawn so tightly as to make it
impossible to use her here without
constant violation of law and lia-
bMity to heavy fine.
Another illustration'of some 0
the absurdities of the United States
maritime laws in relation to steam
vessels is now lying in Mission
f bayJuEbisis also.. a steam .launch
built for pleasure purposes only,
and owned by the Spreckels Bros.
She differs from the launch just
mentioned in the fact that she is
home-made and not of foreign
build. She was fitted with a beau
tiful1 engine nd .boiler, .and the
United States Inspector was iu
vited to inspect her for the issu
ance of a license. The boiler was
condemned because made of Eng
lish iron, the law requiring that it
should be made of Pennsylvania
iron. A Pennsylvania boiler was
substituted, but the Inspector then
directed attention to the omission
of a certain pump required by the
. law. The pump was provided,
when the owners were informed
that she needed a licensed engi-
-.neer and a licensed master before
she could go into service. It end-
t-u in MiuiJiiiiir iiii- iit;i mill hiu
be stated, parenthetically, that all
Jstenm vessels, irrespective of size,
are required t8 be provided with
licensed engines Jind 'boilers,
licensed engineer, a licensed as
sistant engineer, a licensed master
and a licensed mate.
Another of the absurdities of
.the maritime laws is likely to be
, brought out. conspicuously before
Ipngin this harbor. .A member of
one of the yacht clubs who has
been .recently sojourning in Eng-
, (land haspurchased and shipped on
board a vessel bound to this port,
a 10-ton English cutter. The ves-,
sel is ?o be used only for the pur
pose of pleasure. The owner and
his sons anticipate lots f pleas--ur
in cruising in and out of the
""Bay But the -question winch
puzzles the knowing ones is, how
shall tins English cutter be landed
and used here? TheEnglish cutter
Madge, which has -for the past
eight or nine daysjbeen racing in
New York waters had to get a
. special permit from the New York
Collector of Customs, which per-
r mlfe.provides that the -Madge shall
birrreturned" to England. Many
'years ago the ' "Western Union
Telegraph company was confronted ) How Uncle Silas Run a Caucus,
with a similar problem and solved When poor old Uncle Silas Pat
it in a very ingenious manner. The-terson went to his grave not a
company " was at the time con- mourner followed, and nuver will a
structing the Collins Overland tear moisten the earth above him.
Russian American telegraph line. In b'-gone days he aspired to be
To connect the two continents at ' a political leader, and there are
Behring straits, an English-made
cable was purchased. After the
purchase of the cable the construe-
tion of the line was abandoned.
The company then purchased the
British ship Egmont, which car
ried the cable, and left it in her
hold to save storage on shore, un
til such time as the cable might be
sold or used elsewhere. It subse-
qently appeared necessary that
the ship should ply between two
or more American poits in the dis
charge of her cargo. But the im
pediment of "foreign bottom" was
m the wa3'- To overcome this obsta
cle, the Egmont was placed on the
ways at Victoria, V. I., and in the
presence of the United States
Consul a plank was taken out of
the bottom of the ship below the
water line and a piece of timber
grown on American soil substi
tuted. Necessary afiidavits of the
change of the Egmont's nation-
were issued to her as an American
ship. The simplicity of the change
only draws out more strongly the
absurdity of the law which made
such a change necessary to enable
the vessel to trade in American
waters- Phaps tho owner of the
j 10-ton English cutter will find it
an equallv convenient method of
naturalizing the craft. Tf not, she
will no doubt, have to go the way
of the foreign-built steam launch,
and his day dreams of pletibtiro
cruising will' vanish in thin air.
5. F. Bulletin.
A couple of cattle thieves at San
Jose were convicted in 1870 and
sentenced to live years' imprison
ment in San Quentin. In writing
j out the verdict a juryman improp
erly spelled the word defendants.
The document read: ""We find
the defendances guilty." On this
quibble the case of one of the
thieves was appealed to the Su
preme court. After long ponder-
ing on the weighty subject that
! august tribunal has just decided in
the thief's favor. The case is not
one of striking importance, save
that it illustrates what is constantly
occuring in our courts. The law
j no longer inquires: "Is this man
a tlfief? Is he a swindler? Is'he
m nrf nrorr I nri no nniii'UM'nnin.L
...... .-.... ku...., uum
On the contrary, it turns its large
magnifying glass on the case and
practically .says: -'Is there any pos-
a.sible 'tochnicalitv bv means of!
which this worthies scoundrel can
be shielded from punishment? Ii
there is, we want to find if." The
law seeks to exclude from the jury
box men who read the daily pa
pers and wlio are wide awake and
intelligent, and in the case, under
consideration, nullifies a verdict
because, naturally enough, a jury
man is too ignorant to spell cor
rectly. A thief is turned loose
jiot.because he is innocent, but be
cause a juryman proves to be ig
norant. The juryman was really on
trial, at great expense to the pub-J
lie, instead of the thief. The in
vestigation was one concerning
orthography and not cattle-stealing,
as was erroneously supposed.
And this is what they call law in
California an article that costs
taxpayers and litigants vast sums
'of money ..annually. ,Our courts
have become arenas in which tech
nical esthetes assemble -to split
hairs, strain atlegal gnats and save
tne,vguilty frompunishment. JS.
plenty of men who remember how
he once ran a ward caucus. Know-
Hng his ambition to become a power
in the third ward, three or fourold
jokers put up a plan to make him
chairman of the caucus whortly to
be held, and they visited) him in a
body and explained:
"Everything will depend on how
you run this caucus. Be calm.
Be dignified. Don't let any one
ride over you. One will move this
and the other that, but you must
refuse to entertain any motions
until 3011 have ascertained the
pleasure of the meeting."
Uncle Sile was delighted and
puffed up, and he could hardly
wait for the hwur which was to
witness his triumph. lie was
called to the chair, as planned, and
after a few remarks to prove his
gratitude, he called for order and
"Now, then, what is the pleasure
of the meeting?"
A citizen rose in reply and be
gan: " - -
"J. move you, Mr. Uh&irnian. that
we now pro
"Order! Order!" called Uncle
"I am in order."
"You are not! Take your seat
or I'll have you put out."
'Pi... .:i.i !. .1 i
xiiu uiJiunisiiuu eicciur uruppcii
back to second fiddle, and Uncle
"Now, thenwhat is the pleasure
of the meeting?" -
"I move that -.we proceed to
bal " .
It was another elector, and he
had only got thus far wben.the
"I call for x order. If we can't
have order we might as well ad
journ. I now ask you for the third
time, what is the pleasure of the
The-electors were dumbfounded
or a time, but one of them re
covered a little sooner than the
rest and asked:
"Is this a caucus?''
"You bet!" aswered Uncie Sile.
"Are we here to 'nominate, ward
"Then, sir, I move that we
"Order! order!" yelled the chair
man. "That's the third or fourth
I time that trick has been tried here,
rn. r.ip novt man who mnkp :i
... , ,
motion before I have found out
the pleasure of the meeting will be
put out. Now, then, is there nnv
left3Urft this Im.etin.r? If
where is it and what is it?M
-lie soon discovered. " About
twenty men rushed for him at once,
and he wont out of the window
like a bap; of sand, and before he
had'eome to, the caucus had trans
acted its business and adjourned.
The incident not only cured Uncle
Sile's ambition to be. a politician
but it is doubtful if he ever cast
another vote. Detroit Free Pieas.
A Coeur d'Alene correspondent
of the Spokane Chronicle thus de
scribes.a newly discovered 4feature
of that ceuntry: "I am able to
give you the description of a new
feature of interest which ufsituated
on Cceur d'Alene river and about
sixteen miles from its 'mouth in
what has been called by Capt.
Sorensen, Green Island, from the
fact that from a distance it looks
as though 'it was entirely sur
rounded by water and graen
meadows. But this mountain we
have been informed by Father
Goosie, of the Hangman mission,
is called Sinokokuin" or Medicine
mountain. This mountain is 300
feet high an
,i i,M. -i
d about a mile in
diameter at its bae and U situated I
in the center of (eur d'Alcnef
valley. On the side of this moun
tain there is an old Indian ceme
tery: also two slat stone walls
about three feet high and of some
length, evidently placed there by
human hands, for what purpose -e
cannot imagine. I he superstitious '
Siwah who imagine. he is going'
to cue Pome inere. t .... , ana ,
sick also visit it and irather the '
ii ir .i . i
herbs and dig up the roots which
abound here for mi-dii-innl pur
poses. l hey then erect their
tepees and lemain
On the summit
cured or fanev so.
,. ,, . . - .i i
ot this mountain there is a large j
o..-.- !. .o., n-o.,.! ...
LIU13 lll.lli Ttl- CI CI.IUII
ago by Father De Smet, a Catholic j
. ; - i Keep uie ue-i ucer in Astoria, tne ieju-
Col. Dan Murpliv, of California, jar A";"v,!pI,,.r- the genuine AI
1 -' ' buny llottled lleer kept always on hand,
is the largest land-holder in tho Cir.v. iIh.vtkk.
world. He 4,000,000- acres in j ihcoph Anv riMa7e.
Mexco, G0,000-inNevada,and '22,-1 ,.., ,. nr; . rnr ....
000 in California. His Mexican! all 's old patrons, and as many new j
. ,, , ,- , uncssisum he pleased to make him a i
land he bought lfoiir years ago for' visit, to call at his new Ice Cream Sa-
x-Wlflnn m .ihfmt rLv nnts .m!,oon " Chenamus htreet, Occident I
8..UU,KJU oi aiiout lue cuts .in . ,(,,.n,,0(,k whfc, m. ha, just fitt0(1 , ,
ncre. It is sivty miles in extent in first class style.
and covers a beautiful countrv of!
hill and vallcy-tpine' timber and .
meadow land, and comes within'
tieolv.. miW r.f tu- oUv mF I)..
IWeiVe miie.s til UK' eilV OI I tl ,
ranjjo, which is a station on the
. . t. . .,
Mexican Central railway.
Hereafter thei. Oregoniun Kail-'
wiv pnmninv's linf; from R-iv i
w.13 company j, lines iiom is.i.si
Laii(tinr to Brownsville on
east .side, and from I ulquart.
t .i;.. ,n a:k .. ,1 . .. 1
Laiirtiiiff to Airhe on the we.st
side, will he known as '-Tins Xm -'
row-Gaup-e Division of the Oieijon
0 ., iv i- '
Hallway and Navigation com
tn -Knrnni In 1K. ! inlrndueml fin
. The Count Cinchon was the. Spanish , J 1 J'g - g1"1. "' F
Ylcentf In Peru in ltBtfc. The Countess. J""; n" r"",-i 'li VS"?i "ixi?
his wile, was prostrated h an ihtcrmit-' l ' " ;, ,111,t J
tent feu'r, fioin u hich she was freed h " -l ': ''l , l " ' ' . ' "L"'. !"'!
theiieoftlie native remedy, the IVni- I!?1!! V'Vt Vi SS
vian bark. or. as it uas ealled in the VL,, lttu$L K;:.r i.'i1' tffi1': ' fL f
lansuajie of the connin, -Quiimiiiiia.- ,II,1S,.,11I ! : l r, K"1' ) a: ."TJui?i?. n '
rswfJp.vi r.. 1. ,.......,-.. ....i... L.i..M. the l-t "f nian lears, both in this
Ml. net III 1111 Mil in ll I I . nil lift llllllll
reined vtn Spain, where it uas known 1",.,? m.V. ?ri i"1
under" various names, until I.liiii:eiisI,N,,l,l,ffiHVI,":iV'.,r!,f,f
nnlloil it Ptnnlmni In limmri.nli.i l-i.li.- , TOI.MAI.l lt VI.I.
who liad brought them that uhich was'
more precious than the gold of the I iieas.
To this day. after a lapse of two linn-
dreand fifty years, .science has iwii i
us nothinj; to take its place. It ttreelu--ally
cures a ninrliid appetite for stimu
lants, by restoring the natural tone of
the stomach. It attacks ecessie he
of liquor as it does U feer.an.l desiioj.s
both alike. The pouvrtul tome irttie.
of the Cinchona is pi.K,.nt.d in the
Peruvian Hitters, which are as Hfeetive j
I iri iiiwt niltt r?i I fi ii 1ik.l.ti fie 1 1 if i t
I were in the das of the old .Spanish
jVicenns. re guarantee the insredi -
ents of these hitlers to he alKoluteh
pine, and of the hest Known qnnlilv.
Atrial will satisfy you that this i. the
hest hitter in the world. "The proof of
the pudding is in the eatinir." and we
all drupisN. grocers ami li.,uor dealers.
wiiiiuiziY noiue mis ii-m. rorsaic u
A cough, cold or ore throat -diouhl he j
stopped. Neglect lrequeiitl results in j
an incurable lung disease or eoiiMtmp-.;
lion, urown uroucuiai irocne.s no not
disorder the stomach like cough sj nips
and balani. hut act directly on the in
flamed parts, allaying irritation. gie
relief in asthma, bronchitis, roughs,
catarrh, ami the throat troubles which
singers and public speakers aie .suideet
lo. For thirty vears JJrowifs bronchial
troches have been leconunendod h
physicians, and alwas give perfect
satisfaction. Having been tinted h
wide and constant use, for nearly an en
tire generation, they have attained well
merued rank among the few .staple
remedies of the age. Sold at 2.". cents a
King of the Blood
Is not a cuifl2." it Is a blood-purifier anil
tonic. Impurity of the blood poisons thess
teni. demnscs the circulation, and t litis in
duce: manv rtlsqrdcrs, known bv different
names to (ftstinguNh tbein according to ef
fects, but being really branches or phases of
Uiat great geHerlc disorder, lmpnrity or
Bleed, fench are DuTa ltilUoune,
Lircr Complaint, Cordipa(inn. IVVmnw M
rdeo. Headache, liachaehc. General W'eah-
liCM.ueariviscajic, uropti. Sidney Uinta",
Pile. tthcwnaHm, Catarrh, Scrofula, Shin
isu,i ticit, ji-iitnuaf, uicci, aiccmnys, ivr.,
l-r. Jilrts or the Blood prevents and
cures these by attacklugthe eawc. Impurity
pi the blood., Chemists and phjslclans agree
in calling it "Ihe most genuine and efficient
preparation for the punose." Sold by Drug
gists, 81 per bottle. See testlmdniali. direc
tions, &c In pamphlet, 'Treatise on Diseases
ot the Blood' wrapped around each bottle.
b.EAXyOM, SOX & Co., Props.
fti ... I...wl .av MantiiAh f'VilniviKt n
I a line lot on eastern oysters, which will .
hM.M.rviMlni In firt classstvleat Uo?-
Another line lot of Eastern Oysters
jii"t received at Rosene-i, per steamer
Oregon. Occident block.
Krirk! Brick! Brick!
I have on hand a large amount of bi ick !
jg - teSi
near Astoria cpnie.-j
Choice Valley Fruit.
aehnice lot of oears and annles. fresh I
t from the orchards of Polk and Marion'
'aunties, which Mill he sold in lot; to!
Sliei'iunii Mr oh. Express
,...,. . , . ., ...
ill recent order.- at the store ot I.
W. Cu.se for upper Astoria or anv other ,
pari oi iueeu. i .cave vour timers on
uu. slate and they will he prompt! m-
IVhnt is nil This About?
it is all not hiii-' Facts prove that 1
,.. .... . "
Max. Warner. .San Francisco
tional hrew cry hcer can't he heat.
Kino? thelllood l?nota-cM)-co:Z,
ul in all disorders atUihutahle to uii-
,..;,. n; ,nli ,! ;. . ,lnrI1At;.. n;.,.i..
tion, nptlnnm-lsf equals its effect. See
,, .: : :, , .
tlll ll Mtirl lltL li UU1I LllVl CIlLllltl
Havi W'istar's halsam of wild cherry.
always at haml. It cures couch:, colds, '
bronchitis-, whoopinficonsh, croup, in
,J,,0"zat eoniuniition, and all throat and
Iun!.,.m,,i:,jnts. .Scents and -Si ahot-
H.vi.i.. Viicktaum: .Sicilian Hah:
Ur.xrcwKi: is a scientific combination of
, s0mi. of (m, ,nost 1K)WCrful rCsiorative
aw- "l th? V-tali!i- kingdom. It re-
;tore5 ri Iimii-Iii lis nri"innl I'nlnr. it
makes tlie scalp unite and clean. It
1 ciinsilamlniff ami Iminois, and fallinu-
4mit f 1(. liair n furnishes, the nutri-
:.... .,.;.;.,in i.. .. i.tni. ti.r. i.n::. ..n....
Jill" illllll IJIII- 11 III. II llltr II. Ill 1-. Illllll-
ishrn :iiul siiiiikiHiI. If innL-i llu linii-
moist, sou ami los-,j, and is unsur-
passed as a hair dressing. It is the mo.st
, ifonomical preparation ever offered to
. ,,,, " "" ' -"N. "..""
now known and usel in all the eivilied
YOV Wlhh FIW
I flTFST APH RFQT STVLFS!
- -H-l-, D-l 0 8TLC.0
i Men's I'lslers,
i Glen's I.orm V
1.1i ;i foiui'lftc Hut: of
.,.-., H . Fiirnishinn finnris.
1 w'" 3 3
ISnts (up. Uoots nutt Mlioes,
At tli-l.iwfit price. at
WI- D; KANT'S,
Merchant Tailor. Main Street.
(iCiifi-il ;iN,.iliui,iil of table stock uii-.laiillj
m u.iait. such in
('aiuictl Fruits and Jolly,
Bacon, Hams. Shoulders, Lard,
nuns. "rri:K. cur.r-sK.
Fresh Fruits and Vegetables,
FISH. INWS.TSSY AA1 I.-WIl-
In lln seaMin.
. t:iAS Ajili TOBACCO.
avst or D:y ad r,iii;oies.
Alt cheap fr f'ASII. (Sooil- sold on com
misMon. Ophite l. U-. 7j:EUS
Maiv Street, - - Astoria Oregon
ISEJMlJI.iy P JSKRJIY
RKSPiarm i.ia oall tiik atie..
tion of tho iiubltc to the fact that the
above Market will always be supplied with a
FULL VA ItlKTY BEST QUALITY
FRESH AND CURED MEATS!
Which will ho sold at lowest ratej, wholesale
and retad. Special attention given to eopplj
C A PXT)T & PF.'Rnfl'RN
AriliJ- "- r aEjLt
ASTORIA. - OREGON.
(The Pioneer Machine Shop
All kinds of
""' V1XX XT XJXX, J. ,
Promptly attended to.
A spri'lalty made of repairing
NKAtt KINNKY'S ASTOKIA FISHERY.
ASTORIA IRON WORKS.
HKNTOX STKFET. NKAK l'AKKKR HOUSE.
ASTOKIA. - OKKttOX.
GENERAL MACHINISTS AND
Boiler Work, Steamboat Work
and Cannery Work a specialty.
J r J
A. D. W'ass. President
J. (I. IIusTi.Kn, Secretary.
I. W. Cask, Treasurer;
Jonx Fox, .superintendent.
Corner Mitin and Cbenaiaus Streets,
pip A DO AMR TflDAPPfl
uluAnO AINU lUDACbU
. JOSEPH RODCERS &. SONS
GENUINE ENGLISH CUTLERY
AND THE GENUINE WOSTENHOLM
and other Easluh Cutlery.
FAIRCHILD'S GOLD PENS
Genuine Heershaum Pipes, etc.
A line stock of
'.VatrheM ana .leivelry, Muzzle aud
Uceeeli ktoudlns Shot (Julia and
ICt ties, ItuvoIverH. PIntolH.
AI.SO A FINK
J Assortment of tint- SPECTACLES and EYE
C K. JAOK1NS. J. A. MON'TnOMEHV.
STOVE AND TIN STORE
Sole Anents for the
Magee Standard Ranges; Etc.
ASTOltlA. - OltKCON.
Is prcjiareil now to deliver hcer to his cus
tomers hi the city with lib oun convejuuee
IT IS GUARANTEED THAT THIS
BEER WILL. NEVER SOUR.
CAN BE KEPT FOR ANY
LEN'GTIT OP TIME.
PrlccM pci Bari-el or Thirtj
OnlloiiM .88 00
I.c4 iJuantltloH per Thirtj'
C-nllons 9 OO
One 5 Gallon Kes 1 50
JSSend in our orders.
' M.VX WAONER,
At the Great Eastern,
I. W. CASE,
IMPORTER AND WHOLESALE AND RE
TAIL DEALER IN
Corner Chenamns and Cass streets.
ASTORIA - - - OREGON
AUCTIONEER, COMMISSION AND
Occident Hotel BnUtusg;
ASTORIA - - - 0BE8QH
RS. K- A. COKWLY
DRESS MAKING AND SETTING.
CHENAMUS ST ASTORIA,
Opposite Sirs. Munsoa's LodglDg House.
3-Cuttlng aad fitting, and paper patterns
P. T. BARCLAY. T. K. HATCH.
HATCH & BARGLAY,.
No. 20 California St, San Francisco, Cal.
K. X. D. JF.XXIHCSS.
PHYSICIAN AM3 SOBQEON.
Graduate TJniTersity of Ylrghila. tee
Physician, to Bay View hospital, Baltlaiore
Office. In Page & Allen's building, up
Ljl CRAXG, X.
" PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
Bobm No. 3. Asteriaa Bmildlac
Kksidenck Corner of Benton and Court
streets, Astoria, Oregon.
TAY TCTTIiE, M. D.
PHYSICIAN AND SUKQEON
Officf. Over the White 'House 8tore.
Re-sidknoe Next door-to lira. Munsoa'i
boardlnj; house. Chenamns street, Astoria
Xj" F. HICKS.
ASTORIA, --- - OKSGON.
Kooiat In Allen's bulldl&g upstairs, corur
ot Cass and Sqemocqbe streets. ' t
I Q. A. BOWLBY.
ATTORNEY AT LAYf.
Chenanius Street. - ASTOKIA. OKEOor
p w. Fuiroar,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
ASTORIA - OREGON
Office over Page & Allen's store, Cass street
Q H. BAIN Sc CO.,
Doers. Wladews, SUadJi, Trma
bsbh, liwmker, te.
All kinds of Oak Lumber, Glass, Boat Ma
StemnMllI near Weston, hotel, Cor. Gk
evlve and Astor streets.
BOOT ATTD SHOE
Chknamus Stkkkt, oppoalta Adler'a Book
store, - AstOoia, OskqoV.
t& Perfect tits guaranteed. All work
warranted. Qtve me a trial. All order
jE3. u.. QTJxaraa.
NA1XS, MII.I. FEED A1CD MAY
Cash paid for country produce. Small
prollts on cash sales. Astoria, Oregon, cor
ner of Main and Squeraocqhe streets.
J. H. D. GRAY.
WOioleaale and retail dealer In.
ALL KINDS OF FEED,
Hay, Oats, Straw, Wwtf, Etc
(leneral storage and Wharfage on reason
able terms. Foot ot Benton street. Astoria
Lot and Improvements for Sale.
LOT EIGHT, IN BLOCK SBVENTY
nre in Olneys Astoria, together wltn
A tfeod Iloase and Westfshed
mm: iilxdkjed siulslh.
For patticulars inquire of
Astona, July It. 1881.
T. G. RAWLINGS,
Wholesale and retad dealer in
Fresh Fruit and Vegetable
ON HAND EVERY DAY.
Slain street, opposite Loebs clotklng store.
GEO. HILL, -
Entrance on Chenamus Street. Astoria, Ogn.
The best quality of Wlaes. Uqiior and
Cigars, and tne best Alley in Oregon.