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Astoria, Oregon, Tuesday Morning, May 2, J 88
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n (Kansas) dispatch I
.savs: Froin a per-
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ox me u uit.savs: from a per
soual iuterview to-day with Sam
uel Foster, a passenger from New
Mexico rctuming to his Indiana
home, full particulars arc learned
of the recent wrecking of a train
on the Atchison, Topektinnd Santa
Fe road, near Rineon, N.M., which
the company has endeavored to
keep quiet. The gentleman was
bound to the mining regions for
ihe purpose of making investments,
ai.d was a passenger on tho ill-fated
train and remained at Rineon to
assist in the lynching of the des
peradoes if caught, but returned
ns soon ns convenient, for the
country was uncomfortablo in ev
ery respect. He states that the
train, which consisted of a
sleeper, two coaches, one baggage
car, two express cars and and an
engine, belonging to the reg
ular east-bound passenger train
from San Francisco, having left at
the usual hour, no trouble was ex
perienced until a point two miles
west of Rineon was reached, where
the branch loads to ElPaso, Texas.
To tho surprise of every one the
train came to a sudden halt. In a
second five men, heavily armed
with Colt's revolvers and Win
chester rifles, rushed upon the
confused passengers and began
firing promiscuously. Two stood
on each side of the train, while the
fifth enteicd the bajrjjage car and
demanded t!ie keys of the safe.
He was m long that his comrades
began to waver, realizing his error,
and the passengers in the rear
good their escape in the darkness
on rapid horses, ns the clatter of
Up to that timo few suspected
what caused the delay, and not
until tho dead firemen, John
Squires, was taken from beneath
the engine, and the engineer was
given timo to rally by the use of
stimulants, from his mashed foot,
broken rib and badly cut body,
oould the circumstances bo posi
tively known. The act was de
liberate, as tho switch at a slight
curve was misplaced. But for tho
engineer, destruction by fire and
death by tolcscoping would have
resulted. "Wells, Fargo and Co.'s
messenger wa3 also serious wound
ed, and is now at the hospital at
at Santa Fe.
While tho promiscuous firing
was going on, a cowboy going in-'
to Colorado, named Johnny Mc
Fadden, was shot in tho head and
killed. Tlic marauders knew
wbat they were doing, as tho ex
press car contained ,00,000 bound
for New York from the silver
mines of Arizona.
Foster states that it is openly
expressed in Rineon that sorao one
in authority must havo furnished
tho desperadoes with tho neces
sary information, aq it would be an
accident to fall foul of such a valu
able cargo. The authorities are
determined to probo tho matter.
It is said that these robbers belong
to a band, whose haunts arc known,
-whose deeds are of tho most reck
less and bloodthirsty kind, and
that they perpetrate all sorts of
outrages and then fleo across tho
border into Old Mexico. A large
posse of men is after them, which
was being added to the day our
informant started home.
The average Hindoo called upon
to tako an oath swears while hold
ing the tail of a cow. If somebody
should substitute a mule for a cow
in a Hindoo court they'd havo a
hard time getting tho .witnesses to
testify after they were sworn.
.....Warranty dee J3, quit claim deedj
arm mortgages, for sale at this'office.
A DARING OUTRAGE.
Room for ThoilsctucU Moid.
Tie season ot 1S31- nas auout
closed out as lr a ioreign snip-
mont3 are concerned and it will not j
uninteresting lo 1 hack over j
! m.l .1 ir ,rill unr
the businc.1- which ha been trans
acted. Thus f.ir wo have bent
away 3-iR vessels, cairyinsj o,4.G7,
7J." centals of wheat, valued at
S1,G54,1SS, tnakiusr a total of 67,
100,832. By reducing the fore
going lo buslifls, we find it am
ounts to 5,771,430. Tlieio will be
all told, probably, S.000 tons more
to be sent foreign, which will rep
resent 2G0,GGG bushels of who.it,
which, added to that already ship
ped, gives the grand total of 6,038,
102 bushels, valued at tho hand
some sum of .7,3C2.830. This is ex
clusive of the heavv shipments
made to coastwise ports, and shows
precisely tho amount sent to ports
in the U. K. and Continent. Our
farmers should feel proud of these
figures, and the deluge of gold
this single product of the soil has
poured into our coffers from the
vaults of foreign nations, as it
gives to oach man, woman and child
in the statu of Oregon, the sum of
41.10 pr capita. This must be
accepted as a good showing, and
wo challenge California, with all
her flourish of trumpets and
vaunted superiority, to make ono
third as handsome a record. She
cannot do it; neither can any oth
er state or territory on earth.
California ships as her own, much
of Oregon's and Washington's
product, and all of the states and
territories adjacent to her, and in
consequence presents lound
figuies yet with all this, she can
in no way compare . with Oregon
Wo still have millions of acres of
good land as good as that now
under cultivation awaiting tho
arrival of immigrants", to be trans
formed inlo the most magnificent
wheat fields under the sun. Wheat
is by no manner of means our only
revenue. We icceive millions of
dollars for our other products.
Our salmon which stands ahead of
tho world; our primeval forests of
gigantio fir, pino and other valu
able woodn, which siuk into insig
nificance all other timber lands of
the world, except, perhaps, those
of the. Amazon; our vast deposits
of mineral weailh; our gold 'fields
of southern Oregon, which are
producing millions of dollars;
vac-t seas of waving bunch-grass,
whereon roam sleek herds of many
thousands in number; our ocean
coast and many navigable inland
streams, and increasing railway
l... :..,. i .r
other section of tho American
continent can boast. ilh alii
. this, there are still, thousands upon
thousands of acres of as rich .-.oil
as the sun ever -shone upon, lying
vacant, awaiting settlement in
various portions of our domain
The figures we give are not exag -
gerated in the least, showjugj
truthfully tho export foreign that
has crossed out Columbia's gate-
Way within the past, nine months.
The coming reason will be still
more abundant, and tu those seek
ing homes where they will bo
surrounded by comfort, plenty,
prosperity and ease, wo would
say: ,:Uotne to Oregon as quick
Iv as circumstances will permit."
P. C. 7?.
Recent observations on light,
conducted on the summit of
Mount Whitney, yield tho curions
result that the sun is in reality of
a bright blue color, and would so
appear to the eys were it not for
the filtration of tho light rays
through our atmosphere which by
its different action on the various
rays finally blendthemselves into
ul-.u.u-.h, - ., r ""1,10,,'t care a il-ii what kind it is,
tmshl t;o on and on iioiuttuir out . . , . ., ,
" , . so r,s ,l raiea the price ot Innd.
sources ot revenue, such as no;
ju-i oast vcur eve over tins
..,.,. . ,Ji,m in a liT.-ont hallt can bir,c-
storv wnicu we neara -nanueu
on board the old steamer Glul-.
coming from Buffalo, just tv.viitv
nn lin.inl flu. rdrl ctr.:.n,r.r f ;l..l... i
i Oamdiin a iollv follow hV.CaTOtorn-.-Jcr -Woria orany n:ln-r
a oan.iuiau. a jom tuiow, of th(i Lpavo r )m,,rs mj
ed a joke, told a joodi!:eslntc ami they will be promptly at-
who loved a jok
storv, feared God. admired the
ladies and was uithnl an :iln!ni-'
cable stammerer. We hadn't .
been long aboard when the Cap
tain called our attention to u re-;
markabln looking individual m:U-
ed at the other end of the cabin
whom he declared was the ugliest
looking man that ever lived;
whereupon our friend from over i
tho lino offered to bet the drinks j
that ho had seen a worse one in I
the steerage. The bet was taken,
i n-i . . i . - i u- i '
and oilhe started to nnd his man and
bring him up for comparison. He
found the fellow who was a bit of,
a wag," as an intolerable Homely;
man is -nit to bo and with tiio i
man is .ipt to ue, ana vim "'
nrnmise of a "nin" readilv Grained I
J. . t , l i ' .. , stiuctionon the piano will Mini this a
his assent to the trial. As they ran; opportunity. Prof. Maver maybe
entered the cabin, Kanuck with! '" atMff.TfflllSlifa.
an air of conscious triumph turned j .trrlconi imAsWsx House, I'm-i-to
direct attention to his champion, land. Oregon.
when he found him twins; to in-! -N"ew boas.. ;u)d fiit class' in lis ai)--.
r j iointmeiits. Tlurd struct, in It. it
sure success bv making faces. Thompson's block, opposite C.ipt. Ains
, r. , . . iii -ii t , woith. ItooiiH by the. d.iv, week or
'St-st-st-st-op!" said he, "no-nono , m0ntls. 3Ins.IiAi:m..oi.
of that. Stay just as God Al
mighty mado you. You ca-ca-an't '
be beat." And lie wasn't.
Heal Estate Improvements.
Xot far from Chicasro are two
d bv a liver,
one settled with intelligent, Chris-,
fian people, and the other with
those that are quite the opposite.
A farmer of tho latter place said to ' ""t picked up, about forty feet marfc
. 0 , ' ed K.. K ," on the lead line "No. 12."
Deacon Ooeu: The owner can have it by applying at
'Win- ir. it that i-.hi h1w.iv ..pr
vour lnnds than we can, when our .
f-inne nri Inst n; rnmV" '
Urmsan. just asgooa.
The doacon explained as best he ',
could how that good s-cliools,
churches, etc., increased the price
of laud wherever thov are estab-
.. . . "
... ,..., f, ,i t,,.... !
few days nftcr the same man
led again on tho deacon, and, .
placincf a. roll of bills in his hunl, ' mile south of Asfotia, op Hi.-sunny -ldi-
. , 'Of tho Mill, on Yomie's ha.
sa,d: .j v.'iu.i.m-(.n-.v.
'I havo bpiii talking uj t Jji- -
subject of rhurches, and wo have '1 "
concluded to have preaching in ie-ou'am,ic- cream, at KoV-oo'-, , i.
1 rt . Iiosluiii'iit saloon, Matiuday nnd Sim
our district. Vi want you to tnko ; day ewiiiii2. Occident block,
.i i . i ii -
uus niout-y ami S.t n,a preacnor.
"I will do mv best,"' replied tho'
; i , ,
deacon, vvell pleased that he vas
about to be the instrument ot r-i
i i nri ..i'ii
mui-ii -wu. miai kiii. i auou
want? We have A othod sts, lai-
tits, rreslivtenans and (Jhris-
.mi, .-,.. .i,.i o.-....c t,...i.. w.
.., ...., .... ..,,.... .....,..,.
j Timo to Reform.
Timo to Reform.
Mi. Ilrodie, of Pittsburg, Pa., is
-Ji. urouie, m i ittsnur, ra., is
the possessor of a pet monkev.
purchased of an old fOa eatitain
, , '. ,'
some years ago, and tho animal
has got a good.doalof sense, as the i
following incident will shew: .Mr.
1 Brodte gets the Times of ibis city
ad also the IJoonierang. When'
tho not from tlin trnnifo is. tnld Id
, . . , , , , , The Count Cinchon was the .Spanish
bring eituer of these papers to Mr. ' Viceroj in Torn in loco. Tiie Counter,
Brodie's mother, he knows which nfVoaiwlwaVirt
is which, and brings tho one de- the u.se of the native reinedj. the I'eru-
i -n-i , i m. vlan hark. or. as it was called in the
sired. H lien he gets tho Times lanjmaxe of the country, "Quinquina."
i ,i 11111 i Grateful for hor iecoery. on her return
for the old lady, however, ho very lt0 Europt. n, vm, she introdue.-d the
thoughtfully brings h';r spectacles remedy m Spain, where it known
i mi . i under various aames, until I.ikrsiw
also. 11ns shows that even the called it Cinchona, in honor of thy ladv
, . .. i- . i , ' who had hroueht them that which was
brute creation can distinguish be-lWoro precious tlun the cold of the incas.
tween a clear lesnbln Drint nnd I To this day. alter a lapse of two hun
iubii a ciear, icgioio print ana .cd aM fifty ypaHj x,.ivnsc has c-ive
rhat which is the reverse. We do us nothin?.to take its place, it euVetu-
. . t allv cures a morbid appetite for stimu-
not rnauo any comment on tins
little incident, but simply give the
bare facts. "When a paper gets so
dim, typographically and editori
ally, that a bobtail baboon from a
heathen land begins to notice it.
, i . , . -
thoro ought to bo a reform. Xr -
amie JJoomerang. t
iJlanUs. Promissory notes, bonda
tor deed, quit claim deeds, mortgage
and warranty deeds, at this office. -
Zto.xus ii' JtiMtl.
.nnne v.-o nam??, iiiwij mriii.snm-.
(.,.mmodaM at Mi-. "Peinn i.'drraii's.
r tlll ('linSieSiltlllUUl ollllrcll.
iht"lsiNn !!. iVy'ifC-,
Will recede oilier at H:' ture i.i 1.
, tendi'd to.
A cigar stand: tho fixture-, aio lor
ilf. uiqulro of 1. H. Fov, Mnin-.twl.
-"" SlchoW Halm of Oil tad oil for
rorc or cliappeit liainls, for Pali! bv Joe
O. Cliarieis. Tide table? frtv to ill.
For the finest baths In the oity go to
the Orient balliimr rooms, opposite
Holden's auction store.
.Ion G. Ciiaiit ns, Prop.
Treat onr Tim-Hi
Rather than have them pulled. Let
your dentist save all he can. i on desire
to have trouble. lveaue you have not
1,;wl Sozodot. When properly Used.
tne), nt!) 01I the Sozouoxr, and keep"
tima M right lor time to con.e.
Musical Instruct inn.
i.ri. Fred. Mayer, of bwitzeilaml. islbit. ire. ho-s,
"0-" " l" cuy Rati nitena-s oramzins
acias3in instrjuuental lmtsie. Anvono
who contemplates tafcins a coium-nf in
To the liadioK.
Dressmaking in all Its branches; neat
and icasoiiable, at 3Iis. Uenuy Curians.
Ca-3 tret.iar Conregationil Uliurch.
Catarrh of the Klaitilei-
ht'naimr. sinartinr. irritation ot tho
urinary ivssae3. diseased discharges,
Oregon "Depot, DAVIS&CO., Poftiand,
V'- !.Kers cis?ar.iioiean.i na mg
I'lLOH's UfKK . II! ilUUirdi :.te!y
relieve Croup, wliooplng cough nml
Rronchitis. bold l.j W. K..Dpuicut.
War! War! War!
WalPr front oiTeuM lr0 , ,,m
that will build a saw mill in t!u ciiy of
WUIiamspoit. Lumber we mut h.ie
lo build tfiiseitv. We have one -tore in
running order at anient. Quito a iimn-
ber have already Wail hwws in this
i'J". ! 'et there is rooia. .Sold on
-.-Ilau-kinet iclr." a latlnn and tra- i
Jliant perfume. Priced aid .:o c.Mds.
-S,M 'v V-J'- l'omcijt.
-Mr..'. ll.L'oopcr.of tht- I. X.I.. -iota
has leaden the entile lower iloor ot the
' ""i " ' -wi :" ol ' "".K.i .-l f'i
u-move his stock on or about the lir-d of
May. Item!; oNertoekcd and wt-hins
to reduce hi-, present stool; he will offer
as a special inducement a very libeial
di-count to all cash customers bavin
. goods to amomit ot ?10 or over
mitaber that in patronizing this sili-
that thedi-.mnt v.sl! b handed back '
in c:nh. i
Titr. Wi.i ui. Asio;:i. tor this
week is tnll of Jnt such liiJoiiuatinu;
and news of llieeouiitrv as our fi icnds ;
In the ea-d v. ant to -ee. It lia eij ,
few advertisements, and i- eh ie!; to the
,HUi,. ,r hsfonuation ttiat no famil '
r.i"Ks,if-'itrVi!lMw t1?"? 'vitl,,'Vl!' !
1 wo dollar.-, will bay the whole wad for
' a year, tl 'J., for six aiont!i.ir ten cent-.
. lauts, by n.-torins the natural tone ot
the stomach. It attacks excessive love
of liquor as it does a fever, and tlcstroj s
bothalike. The powerful tonic virtue
of tho Cinchona is preserved in the
Peruvian Hitters, which are as eifectivo
against malarial fever to-daj as they
were in the davs of the old SnanUh
Viceroys. c Kiiarantee the insredl-
! eats ot thea bUters to be absolute v
, pure, and of the best known quality.
(Atrial will sati3fy you that this is tho
best oitter in tI,n worl(i TH) ,,roof cf
uie puuuuifi is in im- ciuiii;;,' anu we
willingly abido this test, lor sale by
all druuslsts. croceis and Honor dealers.
Orderlt. Loeb &Co., agents for Astoria.
i'urnislii-il Jtooms to ''
At M -- .HllIL-irtK's lodging liOU(.
'IlB-AMoiia .Shirt ;.:l Oil Clothinj?
l'ai tor ha moved next house to
O'linwrV. Hotel. IVroiis wislilns Reed
il eloiiiiu- to keep tln'iu dry will picae
1'icknl up April -Till a piece of new
web. 4.1 lo .-fl fallnans, 13 meshes deep,
Xo.30 lO-ply.twine. Apply to A. P. Co.,
lSr:iui ami Xvrxe.
UVUV Health K'-uewcr, greatest rem
el !i earth for impotence, leanness,
sew.il ilebllitr. etc., $1, at dni!sists.
Oregon Depot. DAVIS icVO.. Portland,
T!je Vn-rkt Asliinan
i-i a liiammoih sheet." double the
Nizeot the Dijly. It is just the pa-
nerfurthe fireufe. contalniuz in a:
tion to all the current :iws. choice ini:
eellaiiy.aj.'ripiiltural matter, market re
ports, etc. It N luinisl.ed to slnule sub-"cribiT--
at S- cO per year In advance.
"ituusli :i l:ut
The tniiis de-h-ed found at last. Ask
Dniiiiti-ts lor -Itoiiah on liats." It
eleais out lats, mice, roaches, lli(', bd-
On alti-i tiiis date an additional H)
cents per cord will 1-e chargwl on all
order-, foi saneil wood not accompanied
by Iheo.vh.at tlr.ijs wood yard. Julv
Slaw WUtar's balsam of wild cherry
al v. aj s at hand. It cures coughs, colds,
ItronrliitK, whooping cough, cioup, in
fliicnz.1, eoii-uniption, and all throat and
liuie complaints. 20 eents andfSl a bot
tl. liAi.t-S VreuTAiu.i: Sicilian Uaik
Ri:ni:wk is a scientific combination of
Nome of the mo-.t (ivverful restorative
agenti in the vegetable kingdom. It re
store gray hair to its orlgiual color. It
makes the scalp white and clean. It
cures dandruff and humors.juid falling
out of Use hair. It furnishes the nutri
tive principle in which the hair is nour
ished and supported. It makes the hair
moist, soft ami glossy, and is unsur
passed as a hair dressing. It is the most
"economical pieparation ever offered to
the public, as its effects remain a long
time. inaKing oiny an occasional appli
cation mvpssarj. It is recommended
and used by ciuuu-nt medical men, and
ofliciallv endorsed bv the State Assaver
of Massachusetts. Tho popularity of
Halls Hair Iienewer has incrcrsed with
the test of many sears, both in this
country and-huforeign, lands, nnd it is
uo known ami neu in an tne pivtnzeu
couutiies of the woild.
Kei: Sale n" all Dualkks.
. eiieli.coM or wire throat should bo
stopped. Nfjileut lieipieiitly results in
an iiiourabl' luntj diieaseor consuuip
tio:i. r.rown's Jlronchial troches do not
disordor She stoinaeli like cough syrups
and balsam:-, bat act directly on the in
tlaiuvil inrts. allaxiiiR irritation, filvc
relief in astlmai. Inouchitis. coushs,
eatanli. and the Ihroat troubles which
siiigi-rs and publii' sp-akers are subject
So. I'orthiit wars llrowu's bronchial
tioeho h.uc hi-.'ii recommendeir by
physician, and always xivc perfect
sati-fnetiitii. llaviii; been tested by
wiilc and constant u.-e for nearly an en
lire feneration, lhe have attained well
meiili'd rank asm'm the few staplu
leniedio-iof the ae. Sold at 23 cents a
raix evorvw here-
f t k.1 a fjiitrler f.f a century ormorc Hotet-
terS Smimicli Hitlers has been tho relgnlns
speeilie for Intlipre-.tJo:i. dyspejisia, fever and
ItKue. lo-s ei pnMeai siaiuiiui, iier cui
plali.t and otnt-r iti-oidcrs, and has been
r.io-t (.iniil.atl(sill eiidorscil by medical
men as a lirallli and streiiRtli reitorathe. It
couuleriictsa teiiiliiici tq inciuatiire decay,
and sustain' and comforts the aged and ln
Urm. Tor sale l.v all DrusrgHts aui Dealers
Leinenweber & Co.,
e. LKiN-nvwsHmi, n. nno
TAMERS AND CuHRlEBS,
.M.uiufaetureis and Importers ot
t 1.1. KINDS OK
wuoiesido Dealeis hi
OIL AND TALLOW.
eirtllguest cash price paid for Hides and
H 1 CELEBRATED A
t Ut--J Tfl?-X- il TTTM
f'Sge-feCiiSSt fei.- s teW
& t STOaiACEt
SfjaSp m fcn m
S. AENDT & PERCHEN,
astokia. - onneoN.
The Pioneer Machine Shop
Boiler Shop 2g?
.Ul Kln.ls l
Picmptly attended to.
A specialty made of repairing
FOOT OF LAfAYEtTE 3TRKET.
ASTORIA IRON WORKS.
Bknto.v Htkekt, Neau I'arkkr Houhe,
ASTOKIA. - OREfiON.
GENERAL MACHINISTS AND
Boiler Work, Steamboat Work,
and Cannery Work a specialty.
Ofall Desrriptfonm made In Order
nt Short Xotlro.
A. D. AVass, President.
J. O. IicsTLEit, Secretary.
I. W. CASE. Tiensurer.
John Kox, Superintendent
E. B. FRANKLrN,
Comer Cass and Squenioqhe street .
ASTOKIA, .... OREGON"
CLOUS :es suits
Isliall send to.-iuvDlCK.SSE3 and DOLMANS
at prices that CANNOT BE DUI'LICATED
in Amei ica, from Slo upwards.wltli urlvllcRe
oi examining at weiij-raivo. anu it not
good value 1 pay coal ks UOTH was. Art
dress, with size,
C. 33. XjI??,
Corner Third nnA Aldci- Streets.
II AX S E N B ROT H E FIS,
Architects and Builders,
AH UimtN ol lloiint- ork I'.one at
Shop Corner of C.is.; and Astnr Stieet,
ASTORIA, - OltEOON
New and Choice
De-Jroi to call the attention of the Ladies of
Astoria to the fact that she has received
a larse aortiuont ot the
LATEST STYLKS OF
Hats, Bonnets, Trimmings,
Corner Main and Squemoqhe Streets.
.1. H. D. OKAY,
Wnoles.Ue and letall dealer in.
ATL KINDS OF FKRD,
Hay. Oats. Straw. Wnnri. Ftr.
' ' '
Qeneral storage and Wharfaso on ie:iwi. -
able terms. I oot ol Beaton street. A-storht j
tjj a noLnr.x.
ACCllONKKI., COMMISSION AND
XK. J. ;. NHAFTEK,
1'HYsH IVV nnd SVKGEO.
Itlneaxe oftlic Throat n Special tj-.
Ofileo over Conn's Drus Store
Y)n. C. C. CLASS,
riTVSICIAN- AND SOEGEON,
Offl.ee over A. V. Allen's Store,
ASTOKIA, - OREGON.
TCT D. WISTOJf,
Attorney and Counselor at Law.
Office In C. L. Parker's building, c
steeet, opposite Custom Hoi
ASTORIA, - - - -
TAT TUTTLE. M. D.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
' Orncf.-Oter the "White Houso Store.
ltEjpNCK-Over Elberson's Bakery, op
posite il&'th & ilyers' Saloon.
O V. 11ICKH,
.VSIOIKA. --. - OUEOON.
Hooins lu Allen's building up statn, ecruer
of Cins and tje niotihe streets.
j Q. A. IKNVLBY.
Ciienamus Street. - ASTOUIA. OltEUOh
Q H. HAIX & CO.,
Doni-H. Wludoivs, BUnda.
sonis. Lumber, Etc.
AH kinds of Oak Lumber, Glass, Boat Ma
Turning aad Bracket Work
Steam MUt near "iVeston botel. Cor, Geu
ovlve and Astor streets. -
AT THE OLD STAND, GRAY'S BUILDING
FIRST CLASS WORK A. SPECIALTT.
MAGKUS C. (1R0SBY,
HARDWABE, HUH, STEEL,
iron Pipe and Fittings,
FlMita ani Steam Mm
Goods and Tools,
SHEET LEAD- STRIP LEAD
SHEET IRON TIN ANDWPER,
Cannery aul FisleraBiis Supplies
Stoves, Tin Ware andfHouse
JOBBING IN SHEET IRON, TIN. COP
PER PLUMBING and STEAM FITTING
Done with reatness and dispatch.
Nono but nrsi class workmen employed.
A large assortment of
Corner Main and Chennmua Btieatj,
CIGARS AND TOBACCO,
JOSEPH RODCERS & SONS
AND THE GENUINE WOSTENHOLM
' and other English Cutlery.
FAIRCHILD'S GOLD PENS
Genuine Weershaum Pipes, etc.
A fine stock ol
Watclies and Jewelry, 31 urate wad
Hreecli tondius Ntiot Guns and
Rifles, Revolver, Pistol.
ALSO A FIKB
AsAortmeiitof fln'o SPECTACLia and EYE
riMIE 11E3T OUALITT. WILL BE SOLD
i JL by tho hundred, or by the box, printad or
' plain, to suit customer, tt
Tar Abtoi offlc.
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