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ir Vol. XVIL
Astoria, Oregon, TJmrsday Morning, May 4:. IS82.
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LEFT ON THE PIEI.
Perbaps you know what it is to j
have a bullet plow its way into
your flesh, but -svere you ever left,
wounded on the field left to
wear away hours of daylight
amidst groans and prayers and
curses to wear away a night
which seemed years aqo, while
men shrieked in agony and died
while wounded horses sighed and
groaned and dragged themselves
along while ghouls prowled oer
the blood-ied grasc and wet thpir
fingers in warm blood as they
searched the bodies of dead and
wounded for plunder?
''Forward'."' came the order.
I looked up and down the line
as we left the cover of the woods,
and the regiment was dressed as
if on parade. V; were the bat
tle front of a brigade, and were
going to charge a. b-ittery half a
mile away. No skirmishers out
no firing. The battery was belch
ing away under a cloud of blue
smoke, and the ground was open
Tramp! Tramp! Tramp! No
lanrjnnij no fonjiiijr ahead. Com
mon time march! march! march!
It was snail's pace, but we were
to increase it. The left of the
lino was swinging ahead a little as
the impatient men increased theii
steps, when suddenly the eiiemy
discovered ourmanoeuver. There
was a lull in the firing for fifteen
seconds as the battery changed
front, and then a shell tore through
the center and batteicd six or
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eight men into bloodv pulp.
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"Double-quick charge!" and
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away we went, each man shutting
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his teeth hard as he entered the
smoke cloud, from under which
the red tongues of death leaped
forward to scorch and wither
dozens and scores and hundreds.
A grim veteran on my left rais
ed a cheer. It was yet on his
lips when a grapo-.shot tore a hole
through his breast and sent him
into a dry ditch, dead before he
struck the grass. Two brothers
on my right halted for an instant
as the grape and canister shrieked
around them. I looked back and
they were gone dead under the
feet of the second line.
How far it was! How long it
took us to pass over that quarter
of a mile! Now we see shadows
around the guns now the powder
flame burns our faces now we
are cheering and shouting and
using our bayonets. The guns
are ours! . Men fall to the ground
as they step into pools of blood.
Every gun has its blood said
every wheel is covered with crim
son spots. Men died before the
guns around them behind them.
"We cheer hip! hip! hu !
Where am I? The afternoon
sky is -overhead the roar of battle
is in my ears I am lying on my
back on the ground. What does
it mean? now came this?
Heaven, what a burning, blister
injr. sensation in mv left leg "above
the knee! I am wounded. I am
lying where I first "went down.
.The guns were here, but they arc
gono now part of them captured
part o them dragged away by
hand. The tide of battle has
shifted, and over this meadow the
dogs of war are tearing at each
Is there any one else here? I
lift my head. Any one else! Great
God! but the field is covered with
dead and wounded with men
writhing and groaning with frag
ments of bodies with pale-faced
dead with blood-stained dj-ing! I
can touch the dead on either side,
and close behind me a piteous
voice calls eut:
"Comrade, for the love of
heaven give me a drink!"
That pain again. Is the leg
I beinrj roasted over a slow fire?
I scream and shriek and clutch the
grass and seep company with
thousands of others who are being!
tortured to insensibility by pain or j
driven to distraction bv the still
Ah! It N night. Tlu: falling
dew lias brought more than one
poor Foldier back to life and re
new ed suffering. The batteries
are silent. The muskets are rest
ing after their deadly work. There
is silence no! From woods and
meadow and knoll and valley, from
almost eyeiy yard of ground on
that long battle-front, rise groans
and cries and prayer.-, and plead
ings. A general prides himself on
r. strategic movement, a colonel
will be promoted for bravery, a
major is flattered by the cheers of
the living, a captain is proud of
his men that stood like a stone
wall, and the result is five thou
sand dead and wounded men
fathers., brothers and sons.
This is glory. Scream and shriek,
but some one has won fame. Pray
and plead and rave and curse, but
the telegraph is flashing the news
of a glorious victor over the
country. The enemy has not re
tired as yet, bnt is getting ready
to fall back wIi.mi the night a rows
Hark! Is some one moving?
Ye, it is a stop. It is some wound
ed man hobLling away under cover
of darkness. Xearer nearer
atid some one looks into my face.
It is the ghoul of the battle-field
iuu wciia i itj ultimo .1.0 (uivii-
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i through ulood and gaping wounds
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to rob living mens pockets'.
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I "Go away: lam not dead!" I
shrielr in- his-face-as-'bebends
closer, and he leaps aside to growl
and curse and search the body of
one whose pale, upturned face is
just catching the silver rays of a
new moon. I heai more steps.
Ghoul meets ghoul and holds a
whispered conversation, and they
separate with hands full of plun
der. Now comes a hea ier step.
A trooper's horse is dragging him
self across the field, a shattered
eg making him utter almost
human groans. He is more merci
ful than the ghouls. He waves
and turns to avoid the human
bodies in his path; lie even halts
and puts his nose against the faces
of the dead, a if he would speak
So, and until midnight comes
and goes; and then lanterns Hash,
tlie ghouls speed away, and strong
men carefully lift up the wounded
and cany white faces, as they find
old comrades lying stiff and stark
iif pools of clotted gore.
Ann an this u.r-uhat.'rree
The recognition of the fact that
the newspaper is a private and
purely business enterprise will
help to define the mutual rela
tions of the editor and the public.
His claim upon the public is ex
actly that of any manufacturer
or dealer. It is that of the man
who makes cloth, or the grocer
who opens a shop; neither has a
right to complain if the public
does not buy of him. If the buyer
docs not like a cloth half shoddy,
or coffee half chiccory, lie will go
elsewhere. If the subscriber does
not like one newspaper he takes
another, or none. The appeal for
newspaper support 011 the ground
that such a journal ought to be
sustained by an enlightened com
munity, or any ground other than
that it is a good article that people
want or would want if they knew
its value is purely childish in this
age of the world. If any person
wants to start a periodical devoted
to decorated teapots, with the
noble view of inducing the people
to live up to bis idea of a teapot,
very good; but he bus no right to '
complain it he faiis.
On the other hand, the public !
has no rights in the new.-paper ex -
cent what it uavs for; even the
"oldest subscriber" has none, e-
cept to diop the piper il it ceases' j
to please him. Tin; notion tliatj
the subscriber has a right to inter
fere in the conduct of a paper, or
the reader to direct its opinion, is
based on a misconception of what
the newspaper is. The claim of
the public to have its communica
tions printed in the paper is equal
ly baseless. Whether they shall
be printed or not jests in the dis
cretion of the editor, having iefcr
ence to his "own private interest
and to his apprehension of the
public good. Nor is he bound to
give any reason for hi refusal. It
is purely in his discretion whether
he will admit a reply to anything
that has appeared in his columns.
No one has a right to demand it.
Courtesy and policy may grant it;
but the right to it does not exist.
If anyone is injured he may seek
his lemedy at law; and I should
like to see the law of libel such,
and so administered that any per
son injured by a libel in the news
paper, as well as by slander out of
.-.. i j i e ..-,
ii, uuuiu uusuroi prompt a'un'bs.
The advertiser aerniiio mi more
mc aueruser acquites, no more
rights in the paper than the sub-1
., . . .
senber. He is entitled to use the
space for which he ,is by the in
sertion of such material as" is ap-1
proved by the editor. He gains' now in the city and intends organizing
;.,4- :.. .. .i . f i a class in instrumental imiMc. Anyone
no interest in any other part of I who coutemplafes tal;In' a cour-i of m-
tlte paper, and has no moie claim 1 ruction on the piano will find this a
, , .rare oppoitiuuH.- Prof. Majcr iiinj be
than any other one of the public. J seen at Mr. TwiligljtV..
To give liiui'buulrpace wouItPue'
iifibiicinoacliL-Zk mill ibii n tniiLinn '
of a preference which would lie (
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...,JU-. ... .... .. .,. .... .."..c.t,oaioaii inecurrpiil news, choice nils-;
t.i- ii .1 .i I pellnnv. n.rlfMi!!iilsl mntier innrlr.'t ns. ,
iuiiuiiij mure uuickiv ueMiov me ',
. t . . -. . - , 1
character 01 a journal, begets dib-
trust of it, and so reduceits value.
than the well-founded suspicion
that its editorial coluin. :ue the
nrnnertv .-r niU-crtiwH ''""v.... .. 1
propertj 01 advertisers, .'a en a
leliious journal will after a while
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be injured by this.
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Akin to the false notion that the-
newspaper lsasort ot open clian-,
. 1 .1 . .1 LI - 1 llll.llllsiF.il i. j.iiiiiii-l ..,- inns, uni.'
nel that the public may u-e as ;t I to build thi city. Veh.ieoi.esi,.u in
chooses, is the conception of it a-. ' running older al picenj. Quite a mun
' . Ihm liiv.'alreadv located homes 111 this
a charitable institution. A news- citj. and jet thrie is loom. sddimt
,.,.,. , ,
paper, winch is the property of a
private t.erson as much a a clru.
shop, i expected to perlorui for
nothinnr services which would bei
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There i sciircel v a charitable enter -
prise to which it is not asked, to!
contiihule of its sne.e. wliipb U 1
. ' '
monev. ten times more than anv
! . . .
otier pers-on in the community,
uiui aiu icii miio as :lu.(. :, lMP
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owner of the newspaper to contri-1
bule. The journal is considered,
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'mean it it will not mm render it-.
columns fieelv to noti.-es :,,! .
noiinceinent's 01 this .sfrt. If a
mamiget has a new hen-coop or a
new sinner he wishes to intioduee '
to tiie public, he comes to the .
newspaper, expecting to have his :
enterprise extolled tor nothing,!
anU probably never tiunka that it
would be just as proper for him to
go to one of the regular adver
tisers in the paper and abk him to
give up his sp.ice. Everything,
from a church picnic to a brass
baud concert for the widow of
the triangles,asks the newspaper to
contribute. The party in politics
whose principles the editor advo
cates has no doubt of its ricrht
fill claim upon him, not only upon
the editorial columns, but upon
the whole newspaper. It asks
without hesitation that the. news
paper should take up its valuable
space by printing hundreds and
often thousands of dollars' worth
of political announcements in the
ronrxi of a protrauted campaign,
when it never would think of
getting its halls, its speaker, and
its. Jra.s baud tYi-p of tssponsp.
'Ohnrchf - , a-. el! as parties. t--
pect tliii srt of tjliarin. 1 have
known rich i-liurehc-, Uy whose
members it was a convenience to
haw their Sunday and fit her
seniees announced, withdraw the
atin'xtnceineuts when the editor
declined any longer to' contribute
a weekly fifty cents' woitli of
space. No private poison contri
butes . so much to charity, in pio
portion to ability, as the news
paper Perhaps if. will get credit
for this in the next world; it cer
tainly never does in this. Charles
.New house ami first Hn-s in u5 .i)i
uoiutmeiits. Third sticei, in It. i:
Thompson's Mock, cpjio-He Capl. Ains
Ilotinis lij the laj-, week or
On alter this date an additional in
cents per cord will be charged on all
orders for sawed wood not accompanied
by the cash, at 'Iraj's wood aid. .hi!
Itooms to Itent.
Anjoiie who uaiiU.t nhUj fiuiiislied
room" in a lileasant locality can be ac
commodated at Mi-. Donnj Ciirniu
near the Conarcgational church.
' Mel nii'kcil up, about fort I(vt laaik-
ed 'K. K r on the lead line "No. I'.'.''
I The owner can have it by appIjiiiK at
j T)u,0 urackkPi's. ri?ar store and p. ins
charges. It was picked up U:iion
l&iiutb ponil and tlieblafk buoj.
j Jas. Fiji.i m.
I'rf il Vrcil. rmor nf .Nvil-7ii !mih1 i
Ttic Wit-bir t-ioi-inn
Is a iiciiiiniOih slifit iltinliS. Hu
sire of the l)ail. It is iu-d the na-
ptrforthe fircsi,fc,eniilai:iinih, iul.li-
m: ;.An ii 1 .,.. s i i V. 1
lMJ?,s. '(, It U f iirnislt.Ml to single sui,-
s-cribers ai spcrjearni advance.
lo:t't Iie in tli Ituu-ti
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A-.L ilrnrrUK fn! f!riiIi nfi lint " H
clears out rate, mice, bedbug-. iiui-hi-.
''-"m"' "' "'. i"-,is. 1 m- pei im.
Sim.oit's Crist: will Iiunuiliiiteh
ieliee Cioup, whouplnjr couuh .mrt
Ilrouchitis. fcold bj W.i:. Dement.
War! War! War!
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Hiiur noiuoiiereu me n.aiij i-on
that will build . saw mill m the e:t of
nine in suit purenas.-is. iocaini one
,nj!e M1tli of Astoii.t, on the s.inn side
1 nf ll"-'l"l'" Y'Tw,W, . . ,.
Ice cream. 11 e cream.:
Icecream.ne cream, al lin-cnes re-
1 fiesinnent i-aloon, Nitiudij and sun.
t-sluiiL-ut i-aloon. Satuidu a
! day nvcniin:. Ocr ident blork.
-ii1,eMnet-jck.-' a l.istm? and 11a
!-f ant pcrfiimp. Pi n e i". and .0 rents
I : Sild b Y. 11 Dement.
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.nr.1. 11. 1 ouiit'i.oi me 1. . I
Kiiifilits.ft Tjtlii.is bmtiiiii" and will
iemoe bisstn(l;on nr.il.out the Hist i 1
Al.ij. Ueiiix ocrstoekid and v.islmi'j
to liitiice hnine-eiilsliicl. he wiil .ill. 1 .
a, a special iiidiicciiiint a mm 1Uki.iI
-li-eouiil to nil cash customers bujin-4
noons to amount 01 .-iu or mei. i;e-
member that in pnUoniiiur this siic
that the discount will be handed had:
Pho Count Cinchon was the Spanish
his wife, was prostrated by an intenmt-
tent fcAer. from w hieh she was freed b
the use of the nathe remedy, the lVrit-
Ian b.u 1c. or. a- ii was called in the
language of the coiintrj, iimnipiina."
Grateful for hci lecoverj, on her ret 111 11
to Europe in lfifi. she. intiodcced the
remedy in Spain, where it was known
under arious names, until I.iuu.viis
called it Cinchona, in honor of the lud
who hail bioujjhl then: that which -,va"s
more prcciuiu tli.iu Ihe Kohl of the Incas.
To this day. after a lapse of two han
dled and fifty jears. science has jiheii
lis nothing to take its place. It ifl'octu
ally cures a morbid appetite for stiinu
lants, by resJorin? the natural tone of
thcMomncm Itattaei.s ecslve Ioe
of liquor as it docs a fcer. and dcstrois
both alike. Tlie jioworful tonic virtue
of tho Cinchona is piecnfcil in the
lVrm ian Hitlers, w hieh ai e as effect i
against malarial fever :o-da. as ihev
wero In the dajsof the olil Spanish
Yiccrojs. 'e guarantee the ingredi
ents of these biltois to- bo absolutolj
lmrc, and of the best known qualitj.
Atrial will satisfy j on that this is the
beat bitter in the world. "The proof -of
tlio niuulim: is in tlie eatim:,1' and we
willingly abide this test, l-'orsalo by
all druL'gists, crocers and limtoralcalers.
Order it. Loeb & Con agen ts for Astoria.
ri:;-iits)...il I'i.oiiii lo liet
A' Mrs. Munson's lodsing home.
TO ItK' ii.-Klif-l.
l)!os,iii.-1,in" in all is branches; neat
mid re.isoiuiblo. a. Mis. lViiny Curraiis. i
i.i"ii.' Liicaruniifvaiionai iniircn.
T J'nsmlirs ami IStaittekectiers.
lli.uo (jppiu-da Jarxe stock of furni
ture and bedding en the corner of Main
and saupiaoQuastiei-ts. and will sell at
."sau Tranci-co pi ires. You will save
mono b Inn ing of mc.
TIicAsUjIij --hilt and Oil Clothing
Factory lias mocl next house to
O'ISrien's llolpi. Persons wishing good
oil clothing to keep them dry w ill pleasp
Picked up April 2rth a piece of new
wpl.4"i to r) fatliniuj, 4.! meshes deep,
Xo. ;o 10-ply t inc. Apply to A. P. Co.,
1 1 waco.
LT-p Nichola's liilm of Gilead oil for
si)ior chapped hands, for sale b Joe
(I. Charteis. Tide tables free to ill.
For the fiiip-t baths in the city go to
iIip i)rient bathing looms, opiwsite
llolden's auction stoic.
.lor. (5. Cit.urrr.r.s, Prop.
liernian Itros. Kxprcs.
Will receive onlers at the store of .
W. Cisefot upper Astoria or any other
part of Ihe cit. l.eao our orders on
the Male and they will be promptly at
Have Vistars balsam of wild clicrrv
alwaj s at hand. It cures coughs, colds
bionehitK w hoopins couli, cioup, in
l!uc:i7n. consumption, and all throat and
liuiK coiuiilaints. r,o cents and? a bot-
Ham- i onTAiu.!: Sicilian Hah:
Ilr.Ni.wn: is a scientific combination of
some of the inii-t MwerfuI ie,storatie
agents in the euetable kingdom. It re
stores stay hair to its original color. It
make, the scalp white and clean. It
caics ilindrulf and humors, and lalliuj:
oatoi the hair It famishes, the nutri
tive principle b; w Inch the hair is nour
ished and suppoi ted. It makes the hair
moist, soft and glossy, and is unsur
passod as a hail t IresMiiE. It is the most
twmonucal piepaiation cer ollerc'd to
tli" public. as its (fleets lcinain along
tiiiie. making onlj an occasional appli
cation istccssaix. It is lecoinmended
and used bj omuuiit medical men, and
official!) .-liduiscd In the fetnte Assaycr
of Massachusetts. 1'ho populailty of
nans nair i:euewer nas uiererseu wiin
i the test of iiu.il) j cars, both in this
country and in 1nrei;.'u lands, and it is
now known and Hvd in alt theciili7Pd
Fon S.vi.j. v ai.'i. Deai.f.i
countries ot the woild
A. oasii.coM or -ore throat should be,
,. 1 x-...... .1.. ..i. ;.
1 siopi'"'- "n'n-i .ieniiiui lesuus mi
,ai jne,,,.!.' l:m disease or consume
u,,.,. r.ruwnV lipinchial troches do not!
(lisnitter th sioiuacii liKe conjli syruj
, and balsams., hal act directl on the in '
, H itiunl !.iris nllniu' triit.ifinn. five
,,.i;-.r :i. ..it... . i..n.i,:n- ..Mni. .
.catanh, and the iiuoat troubles which'
1 Miii:eis ami jmiiiif sj-caiiCM are subject I
(l, ir.rl(llr'u yeai, ' ii10WnS bronchial
llroclies June ben lccommcndcd b !
phjsiciaiis, a:nt alunxs give jierfect1
satlsraclimi. ll.uiu; been tested bj
wide and constant iwe for ncai Ivan eii-t
tiie veneiat ion, tlsev hae attaim d well-
meiited rank anmni.' the few- Maple
, reineuiesoi use aai. Mini at 'J5 cents a
' ikx even where
Anion;: the medical means of anest
1115 disease, Hotctter'-s btomach Uitters
Stands pre-eminent. 1 1 checks thef urthcr
jiro?ress of ell clisoidcrs of the stomach,
liver and bowels, levives the vital
stamina, prevents and lemedics chills
and fCtors, inci eases the activity of the
kidiiejSjCoiiiitciacls a tendency to rheu
matism, and is a genuine stay and solace
to aed. infirm and nervous persons.
Tor sile hi all DrusRists ant Dealers
Leinenweber & Co.,
1 . 1 n s ks'm-i i.eii. n . nno
TAMERS AND CDRRIERS,
M uinfa.turcrs and IniirKM Ot
t I.I. Kl!)-i or
W'lti'les lie Dealers in
OIL AND TALLOW.
to-IIIStiejt cash price paid lor Hides and
bIW cricssnTcn ! b
p x&. S w
ivf&3?Xw jf SSi
R STOMACH 4&
IS. ARNDT & PER0I1EN.
ASTOniA. - OP.ECON.
The Pioneer Machine Shop
n -, ol --r
Duner aiiup 2-'?e?e?n-tA
All kUUs of
IVomptly attended to.
A is-lalt unite of repairing
tO()r hAFAYETTE STItEET.
Bemon Srr.cEr, Nn.i: Parker House,
AslTOUIA. - ORITiON.
GENERAL MACHINISTS AND
Boiler Work, Steamboat Work,
and Cannery Work a specialty.
Ufnll Descriptions iiimte Jo Order
at Short JTotice.
V. D. Wass, President.
.1. 1 J. IIusTLKK, SecrStarv.
I. W. C vsr. Treasurer.
John- Fox. .superintendent.
13. B. FKANKL1N.
Ciincr Casitiiitl Sii'ifiaoqlie stie-I.
ar vi ki: is
W XI I Cii' CHini
' -i-Ayv-fTT OiViLjo
CLOAKS 5Ws SKITS
Isiiall semi toanv l)RKb"Sl!and D0IA1AXS
atiinces mat cvxmit hi; di i'i.icviku
in America, fiom r unard',with prmlege
in exanumiu; :u it ens-i apo. ana 11
rooJ ahie I ji.iy iluigi-s I'.OTII ways.
, circs-, Willi size
:. 23. X.I?T,
Cnrnnt Third ami Alder Strepti.,
John Rogers, Central Market,
Han retehed al.nve Invoke ol
jllAKKET.S XSU HALF KAnilELS1
of Use best iiuality.
And Know- le.tdy to supply Iutclicr C'an-l
nerics mid all other', cheap for cash. '
OK m: IN j
New and Choice i
D.-jixcs to eall the attnuioii of the Ladies of
Astoria to the fact that she has received
a I arse assortmont of the
I.ATKST STYIjKS OK
Hats. Bonnets, Trimmings,
Corner Main and Siiitemofjlie Pt ret ts.
J. ft. D. GEAY.
Wlioleside and retail dealer in.
ALf. KIXDh OF VJSKI),
Hay, Oats, Straw, Wood, Etc
General itorape and Wharfase on reswn -
XI C. HOLOES,
auction i:i:k, commission and
rn. a. c. shaftkh.
rVSUlA and hCKCr.O.N.
lIenoii orthe Throat a. Special t j-.
Office over Coaa's Drug Store.
J)R. C, C. CLASS,
PHYSICIAN AND SOBGEON".
Office ier A. ". Aliens Store,
ASTOKIA, - OKEGOk
"CI X. WISTOSJ,
Attorney and Counselor at Law.
Ortlce la C. I- Parker's building, on Bentoo
stcect, opHsltc custom House,
ASTOKIA. -..- Or.EGON.
JAY TUTTIiK, M. .
PHYSICIAN A'D SUEGEOK.
Oh-ick Oier the 'White House Store.
Uesidencj: OverElberson's Bakery.op
posite llartli S. Myers' Saloon.
1 1. 1IICUM.
ASTOlilA, .... OKKGOJ.
Kooms In Allen's building up stairs, corner
ot Ca?s and Sqemocqhe streets.
j Q. A. ROWLBY.
' ATT(RKET AT LATY.
Cltenarnus Street. - ASTOUIA, OBKQ
Q II. BAIX t CO.,
!ours. IVindows, Blluda. Tran
nohih. Lumber, Etc.
All Kinds ot Oak Lumber, Glas, Boat Ma
Turning and Bracket Work
Me.im .Mill ncr Weston hotel. Cor. 0t
AT 1I1U OLD STAND, CRAY'S BL'ILDINtS
riuvr ciass work a specialty.
MAGXU8 G. 'CROSBY,
HARDWARE, IRON, STEEL,
Iron Pipe and Fittings,
Plita and Steam Iters
Goods and Tools,
SHEET LEAD. STRIP LEAD
SHEET IRON TIN ANDWPER.
Stoves, Tin Ware andHouse
jobbing in Sheet iron, tin, cop-
PEK PLUMBING and STEAU FITTING
Done with eutness and dispatch.
Nous; Uit r.ri ela-H workmen employed.
A large assortment of
Constantly on nand
Corner Main ad Ciea StreeU.
CIGARS AND TOBACCO,
JOSEPH RODCERS 80NS
GENUINE ENGLISH CUTLERY
AND THE GENUINE W08TENH0LU
ard other English Cutlery.
FAIRCHILD'S GOLD PENS .
Genuine Bleershaum Pipes, etc.
A nae stock ot
I 'ntchc aurt Jewelry, Muule n
Iti-eech l.oadlnc Shot Gnn nnd
ItlllcH. IlKTolvern, PIstolu.
ALSO A FINR
A-ssnUinent of line Sl'CTAa.KSand KYE
I11ST OUALITY. WILL BE SOLD
tho hundred, or by lh bnx, vnnted or
T AsiosUS cSc.