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Astoria, Oregon, Friday Morning January (5, 1882.
SEVENTY YEARS AGO.
Some Reminiscences of New Eng-
A- bronze water fountain costing
$10,000 was recently presented to
the town ol Bethel, Conn., by P.
T. Barnum, the veteran showman.
On the occasion of the presenta
tion, Mr. Barnum made a speech,
in the course of which lie said: "I
am surprised to find that I can dis
tinctly remember events which oc
curred before I was four years old.
1 can see as if but yesterday, our
hard-working mothers hatcheling
their flax, carding their tow and
wool, spinning, reeling and weav
ing it into fabrics for bedding and
clothing for all the family of both
sexes. The same good mothers
did the knitting,, darning, mend
ing, washing, ironing, cooking,
soap and candle-making, picked
the geese, milked the cows, made
butter and cheese, and did many
other things for the support of the
family. Wc babies of 1810, when
at home, .were dressed in tow
frocks, and the garments of our
elders were not much superior, ex
cept on Sunday, when they wore
their "ero-to-meetino- nlotlies" of
home-spun and liusey-woolsey.
Rain-water was caught and used
for washing, while that ior drink
ing and cooking was drawn from
wells with their "old oaken buck
ets" and long poles and well
"Fire was kept over night by
banking up the brands in ashes in
the fire-place, and if it went out
one neighbor would -visit another
about daylight the next morning
with a pair of tongs to borrow a
coal of fire to kindle with. Our
candles were of tallow, home-
rriad, jisuallyidatkvwiclcSSijrr eightyoT more" Eliza's" father,
summer,-nearly'alr retired to rest Esquire Tom Taylor, sometimes
at early dark, without lighting a wore white-topped boots. lie was
candle, except upon extraordinary a large, majestic-looking man of
occasions. Home-made soft soap m-eat will force, and was consid-
mixed with water, pretty thick,
salted, and poured into a home
made brown linen bag, which was
tied at the top. When dinner was
ready, the pudding was first taken
from the pot, slipped out of the
bag and eaten with molasses.
Then followed the 'pot luck.' I
confess I like to this day the old
fashioned 'boiled dinner,' but doubt
whether 1 should relish a sweet
ened dessert before my meat.
Rows of sausages called 'links,'
hung in the garret, were dried and
lasted all winter.
"There were but few wagons
and carriages in Bethel when T
was a boy. Our grists of grain
were taken to the mill in bags on
horseback, and the women rode to
the church on Sundays and around
the country . on week days on
horseback, usually on a. cushion
called a pillon, fastened behind
the saddle; the husband, father,
brother or lover riding in front on
the saddle. The country doctor
visited Ms patients on horseback,
carrying his saddle-bags, contain
ing calomel, jalap, Epsom salts,
lancets and a 'turnkey,' those be
ing the principal aids in relieving
the sick. Nearly every person,
sick or well, was bled every spring.
"One -season 1 attended the
private school of Laurens R. Rick
ock (now President Rickock), in
which his sweetheart, Eliza Taylor,
was also a scholar. One day he
threw a ruler at my head. I
dodged, and it struck Eliza Taylor
in the face. He quietly apolo
gized, and said she might apply
that to some other time when she
might deserve it. He and his wife
arc still living iu Andover, Mass.,
a happy, gray-haired old couple oi
funerals the clergy, mourners and pound-, added weight. The plain
friends drank liquor. At public; tiff alleges that at the time set for
vendues the auctioneer held a hot j deliver- :t I cattle were missing,
tie of liquor in his hand, and when ; and the -remaining 1,2:29 were so
the bidding lagged he would cry:j poor iu flesh as to be almost value
"A dram to the next bidder." The
bid would be raised a cent, and1
the bidder would 'take a dram
boldly and to the envy of most of
the others. At house and barn
raisings liquor was also drank
freely and dangerously.
The puhlio whipping-post and
imprisonment for debt both flour
ished in Bethel in my youthful
days. Suicides were buried at
The Oregon Branch.
Gen. Cadwalader who is stop
ping at the St. Charles hotel, was
recently interviewed the result
being as follews:
le.-s, on which account he brings
suit for the 271, amounting to
$210,000, and for seventy odd thou
sand damages to the others. The
attorneys for Teal are Edwards &
Ramsey, of Marysville, I',. II.
Waters and ex-Governor Wood
son. The papers in the ease are
filed and the suit will come up in
t'nriilhetl ICooiiih to Xii't
At .Mr. Munsou's lodging house.
.Iu-.; received iter steamer Columbia,
a fine lot of eastern oysters, which will
he served up in first class style at Ros
coo. Occident hlocl:.
To all who are suffering fioni the
eirors and indiscretions .f vouth. nerv
ous weakness, early decay. lo-.s of man
hood, etc., I will send .a recipe that will
cure you FREE OF CHARGE, 'fliis
great remedy was discovered by a mis
sionary in South America. Send a self
nddresscd envelope to the J!ev. Joi:ru
T. Ixji.vm. Station I), New York Citv.
rflTT- 1 . . ...n.l
"Cimvea i-oiuruui. """-- 'iiothriM ! aiotlierx!! Slothi-i-!.! !
I lie Oregon and California exten
sion at the state line. This will
require about one hundred and
forty two miles of road north
from Redding. In the prosecu
tion of this work we will be gov
erned entirely by tlio progress of
On after this date an additional 10
cents per coid will he charged on all
orders for sawed .wood not accompanied
bv the cash, :it Gnw s wood yard. July
I'.astcrii Oj stern.
Another line lot of Eastern Oysters
lust received at Roscoes, per steamer
uregon. ui'f utcni mock.
All or the, choicest kinds ol apples in
the largest boxes for sale at J. II. 1).
S.ARNDT & FERCHEN,
ASTORIA. - OREGON.
The Pioneer Machine Shop
011 vj - jff -jriaasssa.aawa.
Arrigoui I.mlsiuK Hcune, Port
Xew house and first class In it
iiouitiiieuts. Third street, iu
CI. .... ... lit..!' ....nn.tn Pnnl n .j
worth, Rooms liv the day, week or
month. Mas. E. Ar.r.ioovi.
Rnilor Shnn .!c
All kinds of
Promptly attended to.
! A specially made of repairing
rooT or ur.i i:tti: street.
AUCTIONEER, COMMISSION AND
TV A. McINTOSII.
OrdUMit Hotel Building.
ASTORIA - - - OREGON
TGI . tVIXTON, ,
Attorney and Counselor at Law.
Office in C. J., rarker's building, on Benton
steeet, opposite Custom House,
ASTORIA, - - - - - OREGON.
TAY TCTTIiR, M. .
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON!
OrricK-Over the -White House Store.
RF-sionjiVK At Mrs. Mnnsons boardlns
house, Chenamus street, Astoria, Oregon.
Arc you disturbed at iiiclit ami broken
of jour rest by a sick child suffering
anil crying with the excruciating pain
of cutting teeth V If So, go at once and
get a bottle of Mrs. Winslow's Soothing
.syrup, it will relieve the poor litllisuf
ferer immediately depend uiion it;
there is no mistake nlmut it. There is
not a mother on earth who has ever
used it, who will not t'!I you at mice
the Oregon people. If they putt give icst to the mother, and relief and
., , .1 1:... .. health to the cliiid.opei-atinglike magic,
one thousand men on the hue, we tls pi.rfectiy Mfat) use fn aI1 .-
will employ a like number, and if amlpleasanttotho taste.aud istliei -
r J scnption of one ot the oldest and c t
they five thousand men, wo will female physicians and nurses in tl
do the same,
from Redding have already been
nermanentlv located. Fortv miles
- .1.!. fit. 1 ,.: ........ I i.-incnnKaoi
01 uu miy W.K, su. -.-j :.. r..v . u.D , .j., C(H ( cilohon wa Ul(1 s,u.ulish
.Notii-c to the l.ndlen.
r"r :i ..-tl. 1 ijiiueu maics. soni cM-rj-wnero. -j.
Fifty miles north cellts ;l i.otlle.
Switches, cm Is and frizzes made from
poindings or cut hair. Call on or ad
dress M. UHLENHART,
Occident hairdiessiug saloon,
The IVrrklj- Aslonnn
Is a mammoth sheet, nearly double
the size of the Daily. It is just the pa
per for the fireside, containing in addi
tion to all the current news, choice mis
cellany, agricultural matter, market re
ports, etc. Ills furnished to single suli
scribers at S2 00 per year in advance.
Kuy the Weckl)-.
was used for washing hands, faces
and everything else. Families in
ordinary circumstances ate their
meals on trenchers (wooden plates.)
As I grew older our family and
others got an extravagant streak,
discarded the trenchers and rose
to the dignity of pewter plates and
leaden spoons. Tin peddlers, who
traveled through the country with
their wagons, supplied these and
other luxuries. Our food consisted
chiefly of boiled and baked beans,
bean porridge, coarse rye bread,
apple-sauce, hasty pudding, eaten
in milk, of which we. all had
plenty. The older portion of the
family ate meat twice a day, had
plenty of vegetables, fish of their
own catching, occasionally big
clams, which were cheap in those
days, and shad in their season
these were brought from Norwall
:ome ! Viceroy in Peru in KliO. The Countess,
his w ile, was prostrated dy an intermit-
;,rty j tent fever, from w Inch she was freed by
An- '"" l!SC u I,ie nauVH remeiiy. me. rcrti-
1 viuu omit. 01. i,s 11 mm cauru m ine
ered the richest man in Bethel
Mr. Eli Judd was marked second
in point of wealth. Every year I
took twelve dollars to Esquire Tom
Taylor to -pay the interest on a two
hundred dollar note which my
father owed him. I also annually
carried four dollars and a half to
Eli Judd for interest on a seventy
fivo dollar note- which ho held
against my father. As these
wealthy men quietly turned over
each note, filed away in a small
package, till they found the note
of my father, and then indorsed
the interest thereon, 1 trembled to
think that I stood in the presence
of such wonderfully rich men. It
was estimated that the richer of
them was actually worth 3,000!
"When I was but ten years old
newspapers came but once a week.
(Uncle. Silliman peddled needles
ago, but the marks have become
partially obliterated and a party
is out now retracing them
other party has commenced at (language of the country, 'Quinquina.'"
' . ... . 'Grateful for her recovery, on her return
Jiount onasta ana is locating me t (0 Europe in nxrj. she introduced the
i,,.. wnid- snntlitvnrd There 1 remedy in Spain, where it was known
lieay works soutliwarci. i"eieiinulor v.,rU;I lunw3t m jjnnajus
will be seven or ei"-lit tunnels be- , called it. Cinchona, in honor of the lady
r. it -m 1 1 who had brought them that, which was
tween Redding and bliasta, whoso ;lnorPrm;ioustha,shegcrd of thelncas.
rTrron-otoIlonrlb u-ill Iip ihnnt ' To this day. after a lapse or two liun-aggregate-lengtn
will ue aooiu llml a)1(1 ,ffty yrar;i iiiaco lm, j,;.),
4,000 feet, the longest being near- us nothing to take its place. It erfcclu
. . . ally ciues a moidid appetite for .stinui-
ly 1,7 00 leet. LStit tunnels are iants by restoring the natmal tone of
nnf ,,nr tdn lmrrlioire tn oiimnpors ''"' omacn. it attacks excessive love
not now the bugbears to engineers . Himoras it dm a fever, and destroys
that they were only a few years bothalike, 'flip powerful tonic, viitue
" , ,",,,, of the Cinchona is preserved in the
affo. One three huudred feet loner Peruvian Hitters, which are as effective
O -.. ...- .. 1 ,
:n t.... .., o ,:i,. .,.,,! ., l.olf f against maiariai icver tiwiny as incy
will save us a mile and a half of, w?pro in tl)(! aayt 0 tm. oId Spanish
road, and the long tunnel , which Vfteroys. We. guarantee the inpedi
' '. cuts ol these bitters to be absolutely
ts the only obstacle ot anv niipor- pure, and of the best known quality.
. .,1 , r ..,;i" . mi 1 Atrial will satisfy j mi that this Is the
tance, will save us live miles. 1 he best bittlr m tu .orit,. .lTle ,(M,ri(,f
work will be hard nearly all the) ' pudding is in the eating.- and we
' . willingly abide tins tct. 1-or sale by
way, but presents no great engi-1 all druggists, grocers and liquor dealer.
Tiii:"N'i:kki.y A stomas for this
week is lull of jint such information
and news of the couutry as your friends
In the east want to see. It has" very
few adveitisements. and is -chock to the
muzzle of information that no family
can successfully snueezo along without.
Two dollars will buy the whole wad for
a year. 51 fin for six months, or ten cents
ASTORIA IRON WORKS.
llRJTOJf SH5KPT. Xkai: I'MIKKR Hoiwf,
ASTOKIA. - OlilT.OX.
GENERAL MACHINISTS AND
BOILER TflAKERS. '
Boiler Work, Steamboat Work,
and Cannery Work a specialty.
A. 1. Wash. VrcsldMK.
.1. (J. IIuSTLKit, Secretary.
I. W. Casf, Treasurer.
JOHN l'ox, Supcrlntenilent.
A ORAXU, 31. 1
"PHYSIOIAN AND SURGEON,
Itoom Xo. 3. AMtorlan ltnlldlos.
l:K.SlnECK Corner ot Benton and Court
streets, Astoria, Oregon.
H r. HICKS,
liooms In Allen's building up stain, cotor
of Cibsand Sqeniocqlie streets.
(Jieat bargains ale now offered in the
city of Williamsport for any persons
.wishing to locate from one lot to five
acres. It is well adapted for gardens.
uair- r.uiciies or pleasant nemes: -cii
elevated, situated one mile south of
Astoria on Youngs bay, with; a good
graded road to the place. For further
information c.ill at my residence near
the cemetery. .Joirx Wim.iamsox.
I Q. A. BQWLBY.
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Olienaiuus Street. - ASTOltrA. OltBOOA
Q II. BAI t CO.,
Doom, AVindows, Blinds. Traa
NOniM, Lumber, Etc.
All kinds ot Oak Lumber; Gla$.s,Boat Ma
steam Mill near Weston hotel. Cor. Omi
ewveand Astor streets.
Ity lruiveial Accord.
neoring difficulties, and theie is
nothing to prevent the company -J5rar "P, 'h, wl'"u syslem with
.v.,, . ... ...w... . . ,,.,.v... j. ....
and Bridgeport by fish and clam j and pins and newspapers. He
peddlers. Uncle Caleb Morgan,
of Wolfpits or Puppytown, was
our only butcher. He peddled his
meat through Bethel once a week.
It consisted mostly of veal, mutton
or fresh pork, seldom bringing
more than one kind at a time.
Probably he did not have beef
more than once a month. Many
families kept sheep, pigs and poul
try, and one or more cows. They
had plenty of plain, substantial
food. Droves of hogs ran at large
in the streets of Bethel.
"Our dinners several times each
week consisted of 'pot luck,' which
was corned beef, salt pork and
vegetables, all boiled together in
the same big pot hanging from the
Catarrh cured, health and
breath secured bybliileh'sCatar:
edv. l'rice .TO cents. Xas.il Injec!
For sale bv W. E. Dement.
yelled through the streets, "News,"
"News.M If it rained he would
exclaim, "The Lord rains," one
day in winter he added, "and
snows a little.") It took two
days, and sometimes more, to
reach New York from Bethel or
Danbury. My father drove a
freight or market wagon from
Bethel to Norwalk. Stage pas
sengers to New York took sloop
at Norwalk, sometimes arriving in
Now York the next morning, but
often were detained by adverse
winds several days.
Everybody had barrels of cider
in their cellars, and drank cider
spirits called "gumption." Pro
fessors of religion and the clergy
from finishing its part ot jho con
tract within eighteen months from
the day it is commenced. The 1
t-nrt riiiru rrwnri 11 m-n rick irt wit I?i1
U1UA1UIII ill l4i; il UUb (I Wilt &IVA ...... n in 1. r 1
, , , , , ill von suffer with Dispepshi and
Bluff to the foot of bhasta, 110 Liver Complaint'.' Shiioh's Vltalizer is
miles, will be 52 feot to the mile; I frt ","-,"u- " " " ' "
up Mount Shasta for 15 miles, 115 ' .....snnfTld eherrv
feet to the mile, down Shasta, 00 ' always at hand. It cures coughs, colds,
...... 1 hrniichltls. wlionniuc couch, croun. in-
lect, then lollows a very easy j iiUO,Zi,, consumption, and all tluoat and
grade through the valley to the lung complaint. .-.11 cents and?l a hot
foot of Siskiyou mountain, and, ; ,
. . . 1 AcoiiL'li. cold or sore throat should be
from there to the meeting point stonoedl Nczlect frenueutlv results in
we will have left HCfoot gni&UX
Except the culverts, the company disorder the stomach HM cough syrups
. . . . . ' and balsams, but act directly on thu in
will do its own work as it can aret I i!.,ihp.i nnrts. allavin irritation, cive
nil tbp men wanted Fvow fnnl re,irf '" asthllia. linillchitlS. collgllS,
ail tne men wanted, uvei li (Mtarrli, and the throat troubles which
of the road will be built in the singers and public speakers ure sutiiect
I tn Vnr fhirfv vmis llrnwii s Iiriinchinl
most solid manner. Instea'd of i troclies have" been recommended by
. i. .lit 1 ! , I iihvsieinns. and always "he perfect
iresnes, masonry win uo laid aim , -t'lsfacttnlir Having Ik-ch tested by J
.V ykks Catii aIitic 1'ili.s' are the best
of nil purgatives for family use. They
an; the product of long, laborious, and
successful chemical investigation, and
their extensile use by physicians in
their practice, and by all civilized na
tions, prove them the best and most ef
fectual purgative fill that medical sci
ence can devise. In intrinsic value and
curative Kiwers no other Pills can bo
compared w ith them, and every person,
knowing their virtues, will employ
them, when needed. They keep the
svi-tem in ncrfect order, and maintain in
healthy iibtlon the whole machinery of
lire. Alilil. searching amieuectuai, tnoy
are specially adapted to the needs of
the digestive apparatus, derangements
of which tliev prevent and cure, if
tinielv taken. They are the best and
safest physic to employ for children and
weakend" constitutions, wbero a mild
and effectual cathartic Is required.
For Sai.v. nv at.t. Dr.Af.Kics.
Comer JIain and Chcnamus Streets,
CIGARS AND TOBACCO,
, The Celebi-ated
JOSEPH RODCERS & SONS
GENUINE ENGLISH CUTLERY
AND THE GENUINE W0STENH0LM
and other EcsHsh Cutlery.
STATOJSi 3Sfc$T I
FAIRCHILD'S GOLD PENS
Genuine Eleershauin Pipes, etc.
A tine stock of
tVntrlirit and .Jewelry. Muzxle anJ
Ureccli 7,oedlii Shui GmiH mid
Rllleo. Itevolvcfx. PlHtolc,
J. H. D. GRAY,
wniolcsale and retail dealer In.
J LI, KIXDS OF FEED,
Hay, Oats, Straw, Wtftf, Etc.
tleneral storage and Wliartage on
able terms. Voot of Benton street.
John Rogers, Central Market
Has received alarge Invoice of
BARKKL8 AND HALF BARBELS
of the best lpiallty,
And is now ready to supply Butchers Can
neries and all others, cheap for cash.
ALSO A FINE
Assortment of line SPECTACLES and KYK
which was supplied with I all drank liquor. They drank it in
iron hooks and trammels, and
swung in and out of the huge fire
place. In the same pot with the
salt pork, salt beef, potatoes,
turnips, parsnips, beets, carrots,
cabbage, and sometimes onions,
was placed an Indian pudding,
consisting of ' plain Indian meal
all bridges will "probably be built
of iron. Estimates have been
wide and constant use for neatly an en
tire generation, they havu attained well
merited rank anion!! tho few staple
. -Jt . . l. ., r. m C?..l.l ..4- VlT nsii.tL n
. 1 ., 1 remedies 01 ine ue. cum . 'vnim
made long ago, the company knows j IM)S overvwhoie.
exactly what the road will cost,!
and has the money to push iti
through. How soon this will be j
accomplished depends entirely tm j .
the progress ol the Oregon and!
California extension south." 1 J.
of G. - ,1
fVdnnoI .Tnspnh Tenl. tliA woll '
known capitalist aiid stockman of j Sillg' Of th BlOOU
this State, is about to commence' Isnotii MioH."UlaWood-piirlflernnd
. ,i xt o -. 1 tonic. Impuntyof tlieMoodpoiMMisthes-s-
suit in the U. fc. Lourt at Kansas tern, denudes thu circulation, and iiiiw In-
1 itw intinv fi4nrrier. Knmin nv iiincreiH
names to lAstlusnbh tliein aeCorilliig to cf-
Koit Tin: -
I JEUCUCUJVEJUjl I
Per l'.rltisli haric "WaidocU" due at Astoria
100 Tons No. 1 Glcncarnock Scotch
40 Tons English Foundry Coke,
350 Tons Best Hard Steam Coal.
Apply to A CO. :. KIN.NEY.
tf Astoria, Oregon.
New and Choice
MiLLi n:e r y,
Desires to call the attention of the Ladles of
Astoria to the fact that she has received
a lan;e assorrmont ot the
LATEST HTYKiH OF
Hats, Bonnets, Trimmings,
Ill all cases of buiinusucss and imdnri.i in
every foitn. a preventative and euro of chills,
fever and itiinilt ague. Dr. Hoi man's Pad Is a
perfect success. And for1 dyspepsia, sick
headache and nervous prostration, as the,
pail Is applied over the pit of the stomach,
the-great nervous ccntci.it annihilates the
illsease at once.
It regulates the liver and sioiimch,so suc
cessfully that digestion becomes perfect.
Prof. I). A. Iioinis says : "It is nearer a
all the hat and comb shops. The
farmers "had it at haying and har
vest times. Every sort of excuse
was made for being treated. A
new journeyman must'give a pint
or quart of rum to pay his footing.
If a man had a new coat he must
"sponge" it by treating. Even at
City against Mr. John S. Belby, a ;
rich citizen of Nodaway county,
Missouri, for damages to the
amount cf nearly 100,000. It is
alleged by Colonel Teal that in
November, 1880, he contracted
with Belby to feed 1,500 head of
cattle on the latter's farm, Belby
to keep them and return them to
Teal in the fall of 1881, with 450
fects, Imt licins really brandies or phases of
that great generic disorder. Impurity r
IMood. Such are a)KTiia, ltlUhnwit,
iircr tompioii ".H?"!" '.-Jcri". -, .;- , - ... :iniic:ltion.
oraer,nciwmnr, wmw, rami 1. cm.- v . .- HOI31AN PAD CO
universal panacea than anything in mcdl-
only true exponent
cine." This Is dour on the nrinclnle of ah-
sorption. of which Dr. Holman's Pad Is the
For all Kidney troubles, use Dr. Holman's
Itena! or Kiilnej Pad, tho best remedy in the
world and rei-ommeiirtcd by the meillcal
Beware of Bogus Pads.
liach genuine Holman's Tad bears the pri
vate revenue stamp oi thollohnan Rid Co..
with the above trade mark printed hi green.
ISiiv none without it.
rHCRMANIA BEER HALL
BOTTLE BKEK DEPOT.
Curs ivcs Stkkkt. Asjoim.
The iet pf Layer ii Ct.i. a Glass
Orders for the
Left at this place will bo promptly intend
t3Xo cheap San rranctsco Reer sold at
Corner JIain aad Squemoqbe, Streets.
Wilson & Ekhe&
M'3 X. i?- v-irf 35;
ne.. lltait Disease, Z)ropj, Kidnft Ditciiee,
Dlrarikn, Impfx. Ulrcrt. iSuxUIno', dc.
dc. Kins or tin Illnod prevents and
cures these by attacking the cauc. Impurity
of the blood. Chemists and plij sicians agree
IiTcallinglt "the most genuine and efficient
preparation for the purpose." Sold by Drug
gists. T per bottle. See testimonials, direc
tions, Jte.,ln pamphlet, "Treat Lse on Diseases
ot th Blood' wrapped around each bottle.
D. EAX30M, SON & Co.. Props.
. Iluflalo, N. V.
For Sale by all Druggists.
Dr. Holman'.s advice b free. Full treatl'se
P.O. box 2112.
7H Kroadivay, New York.
T.I VF.K Poor. riSHETtY S.lf.T
For sale cheap. Apply to
Astoria, Dec. 29, 1831.
AT Till: OLD STAND, OKAY'S BUILDING
FIRST CLASS WOEK A SPECIALTY.
orrosrrE.o.R. & n coMr.vxYs dock.
None hut the- best liquors and cigars passed
over the bar.
LTJ BUI GATING OIIiSr'C0iU?!OL,
TAINTS AND QILfotfjCe
Sheet, Round, and Square
ruu viniunoi jijoju xsinu. - t-j 'Rji5si&
Which will be exchanged for country pro
dace or sold at lowest prices.
Corner Cheiiauuis and Hamilton Streets
airs. P. M. Williamson,
All kinds' of
J. G. HUSTLER.
I. "W. CASE,
LMPORTEU AND WHOLESALE AND KH
TAIL DEALER IN
GENERAL BRCHAUDISE iladies underwear, etc.
1 corner of coss ana Jefferson streets, Astoria
Corner Chcnamus and Cass streets.
Statnping-and Drss3 Jlaklng done to