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FRIDAY MARCH 9, 1SS3
How to Get a Homestead.
Following is a brief resume oE
information concerning the pro
curing of a homestead under exist
"x. nomesteau entry must not
exceed one hundred and sixty
acres. It maj' be for eighty or
forty, or smaller number of acres;
but one homestead is all that any
one person is entitled to. Women
as well as men are entitled to
homesteads, by compliance with
Tho first is a written application
to the land office in the district
where the land to be entered is
located. It must state the full
name of the applicant; the section,
township and range whero the land
lies, and the number of acres ap
plied for; and there must be no
prior adverse valid right to the
land. On this application and
none but citizens of the United
States or those who have filed to
become such, are legally entitled
to homestead entry the register
of the land office issues a certifi
cate to the applicant. This states
that the person is legally entitled
to the cntrj, the class of the land,
and that it is surveyed. The ap
plicant must make affidavit that he
has filed his application; that he or
she is the head of the family or
not, as the case may be; that he is
a citizen, or has filed his declara
tion of intention to become such;
that ho or she is twenty-one years
of age; or, if a soldier, that he
has served not less than fourteen
days in the army of the United
States or In the navy in the time
of actual war; that the application
is made for his or her especial
benefit, and for the purpose of ac
tual settlement, and not for the
benefit of any other person; and,
finally, that he or she has never
had tl! benefit of homestead law.
This is sworn to before the regis
ter or the receiver. The next
step is to pay land office fee and
commission, atid to take posses
sion of the land entered. The
fees and commissions for home
steads are as follows. For one
hundred and sixty acres of land
within the belt of r.hy railroad
grant, on the even numbered sec
tions, fee $10, to be paid at the
time of making the c;itry, and
commissions $12, to be paid at the
same time. When the certificate
of title is issued, 12 more must
bo paid, a total of -Sol. The fees
and coinmisfcious for eighty acres
are just half as much; and lor
forty acres, $ in ail. If the land
ih not within a land grant In. It the
fees and commissions payable as
above stated amount to 22 for
one hundred and sixty acres, half
as much for eighty acres and 8
for forty .acres. The resident
owner of a farm of eighty acres
ma' enter as a part of his home
stead eighty adjoining acres on the
same terms as above and the same
forms. Or, if he owns forty acres,
he may enter one hundred and
twenty acres additional of adjoin
ing public lauds. This is by the
act of March 3, 1870.
To,perfect the title to a home
stead entry five year's continuous
residence is required. A single
woman who has homesteaded land
does not lose her right by mar
riage, but she must settle on and
cultivate the same. Married wo
men are entitled to homesteads.
An abandoned wife, if continuing
to live on a homestead entered by
her husband, is entitled to a cer
tificate of title in her own name.
Minors under twenty-one 3ears of
age are not entitled to homestead
entry. The application to be legal
must be made at the ofiicc of the re
ceiver, in office hours, and accom-
panied by the legal fees and com
, mission. After continuous resi
dence and cultivation for five
y cars the homesteader receives his
patent or perfect title to the land.
Ihe law as to residence does not
prohibit him from working on the
laud of others for two or three
weeks at a time. If he dies before
the end of five years his widow or
heirs may reside on the land for
the time and get a title.
"Where a man and woman have
made separate homestead entries
on lands that join, they may marry
and complete title to both by
building and living in a house on
a line of the two tracts. A hus
band loses none of his rights by
the refusal of his wife to reside
on the land."
About the roughest thing that
has yet been said about Bob Jh
gersoll is the recent charge lhat
he plagiarizes from the ancient
Chinese philosopher Confucius. A
man that would steal ideas from a
Chinaman who died 47S years be
fore Christ has more cheek than
A Competent Wntolamalter
And engraver at Carl Adler's. All
work warranted. Repairinj; a spe
cialty. Tlie Astoria Alnrblc Wori-s.
The proprietor will furnibli plans and
designs when required for all cemctcrj
work, curbing, walls, coping, etc. Slate
can aeamers lor canneries.
Kitrous OxI' CI:is.
Painless extraction of teeth at Dr.
LaForce's dental rooms over 1. V.
Furnished ICooijik to ICcrtt
At Mrs. Dcnnj' CurranV. On Cas
street ne:ir Congregational church.
Frnnlc Fabrc's Oj'slcranc! Choi
Those wishinganiceplaleof Eastern or
Shoalwatcr bay oysters cooked in any
style, or an early breakfast before going
aboard the boat, should call and sea
him. Fresh Eastern and Shoalwatcr
bay oysters received by every steamer.
At Frank Fabre's; in every
Fresh from the beds every day.
Mother! 3Sotlicrs!! Mothers!!
1 Are you disturbcilatnight and broken
of vour rest by a sick child suffei nig
and crying with the excruciating pain
of cutting teeth V Jf so, go at once ami
get a bottle of Mrs. Winslow's Soothing
Syrup, it will relieve the poor littl- suf
ferer immcdiatcly-lcpcnd mum it;
there is no mistake about it. There ih
not a mother on earth who has ever
used it, who will not tell you at once
that it will regulate the bowels, and
five rest to the mother, and relief and
leallh to the child, operating like magic.
It is perfectly safe to use in all eas-es
and pleasant to the taste, and is the ire
scription of one ot the oldest and best
lemaie. puysiciaus aim nuracs 111 ii:e
United States. Sold everywhere- 5
cents a bottle.
Penny Wisdom-Found Folly.
It is loolish to save the little that
SOZODOXT costs, and suffer what will
result in bad teeth and large payments
to dentists. Place a bottle of it on the
toilet, use five drops only of it every
time after eating, cleanse the mouth,
and show your wisdom.
I'slTiiI In I be family.
We usually leave it to Doctors to
recommend medicines, but Parker's
Ginger Tonic lias been to useful in
our family in relieving sickness and
suffering that w ) cannot say too much
in its praise. Sitlcm Argils.
Good Tor Kaljio.
With a baby at breast nothing is so
useful for quieting my own and baby'
nerves as Parker's Ginger Tonic. It
prevents bowel complaints, and is bet
ter than any stimulant to give strength
and appetite. A Newark Mother.
Hature's Own True Laxative.
As agreeable to the taste as the fruit
from which it is made, prompt and
painless in its action on the liver and
bowels the great remedy, Syrup of
Figs is selling rapidly and giving satis
faction to all. Children cry for it on
account of its pleasant taste, and gi imp
people are beginning to use it exclu
sively, as it leaves them feeling better
than :ui3 other remedy. W. E. Dement
aud Co. have been appointed agents for
Hodge Davis & Co., Wholesale Agents.
The youthful cobr, beauty and lus
tre are gradually restored to gray
hair by Parker's Hair Balsam.
Easter cards in beautiful variety at
Wanted. 3 furnished or unfurnished
rooms for light housekeeping in a pri
vate house to be ocupicu 3Iarch 13th.
Address W. Ji. T- astokiax oflice.
Why will you cough when iShiloh's
Cure will give immediate relief. Price
10cts50ctsandl. Sold by W. K. De
ment. A good housekeeper wants employ
ment In a private family. Apply at
Have Wistar's balsam of wild cherrv
always at hand. It cures coughs, colds,
bronchitis, whooping cough, croup, in
fluenza, consumption, and all throat and
tung complaints, zv cents ana si a bot
tle. AverilFs mixed paints, the hest in
use, for sale at J. W. Conn,s drug store,
opposite Occident Hotel.
Cold boiled ham, brown bread and
Boston baked beans at "JelTs' Tarietv
Chop llou&c every night, near Stephans
Theatre sign of the red and green
light. Open all night.
Boston Baked Beans at ".JeflV Va
riety Chop House every night.
Baby carriages, twenty-five differ
ent styles, at Carl Adler's.
Hallo! Where are you going? Why
to Frank Fabre's for a pan roast.
A Nasal Injector free with each
bottle of Shiloh's Catarrh. Remedy.
Price 50 cent Sold by W, E. Dement
AT CAKI. ADtKIfS.
Just received new books by the thous theus
and: Seaside and Franklin Squiirc nov
els, splendidly printed, 10. 15, and 20
cents : clocks and silverware : baby car-
riaees, blank book., stationery, roller
skates, acconieons, innirai instruments
and musicians' supplies, a splendid
stock of fresh jjoods .
in this paper, together w:Ui the choicest
perfumery, aud toilet articles, etc can 5
be bought Hi Um lowest prices, at .1. u.
Conn's druc store, opposite Occident
Kuwling's fruit stand bus been re
moved iroiu tlie old locution to the
building next H A.Quhtn's, on Main
llae you tried a slew or pan limst
as Frank Fabre cook it ? Oi tier r.e and
you'll thni.k os lor the ah ice.
Arc you made numerable ! Indi
C5tiou. Const iMioii. Di77int--. i.os of
apetite, Yellow Skin V Sl'iIoV- Vital
izer is n positive cure. Fruiely V.
Boston Brown bread eer;. Sitiurduy
at F. I J. Eibcrson's bakery.
P. J. 'iooitmnii. Cbeiiaiuus street
has just nx'itived the latest ami mot
tasuionaole styic 01 gents an. I ir.ua
Ioots.uioo'.e:c. Agent m Astoria .or
the famous Morrow hoe.
For a good shave or hair cut.
: Joe Charters at Fobter5.
get your pure liesli chocolate creams,
aud'inolasses candy, at Ocrkwiu' oppo
site the Bell tower.
At Carl Adlei's may Ik found all
the latest sheet music, the most popular
walize. dance niUMce.lc.
For the genuine J. JI. Cutter old
Biiarliou. and the bet oi wines, liquors
xud Sjiu Fnuii'Uco ln'er. call atthetJem
nitiMisite the bell tower, and see Cami)
bell. Shoalwatcr bay eysters: fre&h every
day. at Frank Fabrc's.
Mce to Gas Consnmers.
mo ritoTKcr our. patuons.ave will
-2L not supply ns where the internal pip
nisof biilMixgs has not been approed by
There will be no charge for
Rules Furnished on Application.
ASTOltIA GAS LlVllIT CO.
CliAS. S. "Wmoirr, C. I!. i'AOK.
Astoria, March Sth, 1S33. d-lwk
Saturday, flar. 10 at 10:30 am
I WILL SKLL, AT 1Y AUCTIOXKOOMS.
A. a lot of fcecoml-liiuul Furniture anil
Household offsets, aud a lot of Sundries.
Alo, PWlbsof Dried Prunes in lots to suit.
E. C. I10LDEX.
FOR GRAY'S HARBOR.
The i. S. N. Cos Steamer
Xfitt leave Astoria for (!ra II.:rbor. on
FriiJ.iy. 3?:utZe ::M.
SEALED PROPOSALS WILL P.K ItE
ceiveil at the ottic? o the couatr eicrk
until uoiHi of Aprli till, lftt. tor Ute bnrta! of
me mini win) :h3.v nave ;u be SMinwi at ine
isitH-Hse irf Hie ovuiity
by order or Ur C wnty Ciurt.
it-w tf H. 1U SPEDDKX, Civ: 1:.
LL PJ K0:S AKK HEItl.l'.Y NOTI-13-
fieri not to purchase, a proniory note
for-13d. lven by the tituirr!p;trt to J
lIiMiieaian onor:.lumi tlie 7th ot Aoettst.
132. orniiiortaiae to secure tin ivmeiit of
s:ud note., gtten hy nij-sdf atnt wife on the
same dale. a; salri note and uicrtpiKe vJ!I
u& come.-u,a ler want or roie-MicraiHitt.
Astoria, Oreiiii, Mat !i 2nd, I5:. irS-lv.U
q nnn T loax 1N su-ms to M,t.
iV ks v vf v oh real es
i estate seenrltv.
For Sale or Rent.
L HOUSE AND LOT IN WILLI AMSPOUT.
ii. Will ltf Milil ehai for ri. For iir
tieiilars imptire t Oregon ileal Sljtrkct.of
nil lin GEOROE GANZ.
PRIVILEGE Or FISH-
13 Inir the bejuh at Fort Htevcns.
ilurliiK the eoiihng fishing s4hvoii. will bere
eeived at the offlte ir tin- A. A. (J. M.. Fort
Steens. Orejjwjj, until 12 it.. Maieh 7, ISSi
Kills hhonld lx' nddroM'it to the under
signed, at Fort Stevens, Oregon, ami marked
on cover, "Rids for privilege of fLshlns."
2nI lient. lit Arliller
d-7t A. A. li SI.
TS 1IEREUY GIVEN THAT A I SPECIAL
X meettug ii tnc bUK:khiH4lers or lite Wlnte
StarP.ittkhijrcoiimaiiy will be held at the
otlleeofttieciHiiiwiiv in Fpjier AsUma, on
Saturdav. March loth, lfcci. m: 2o'ciork i. si.
r.v omerni . r..JOHANsi:N.
ASTORIA MARBLE WORKS.
IAVII K!.I.3IA'. - - Proprietor,
Manufacturer e: Anietiran and Italian
marble monuments and head tones. Ceme
tery lots enclosed with curbing, walls and
coiling or stone posts nd Inm nnliu;. Prices
and designs fu nished to iwrsous at a dis
tance, ratLsfnctlou guaranteed. Slate can
seamers for Ginnery iye
milK SLOOP. "LAST CIIANCE."-F0R
JL i:irtfciilar( enquiieat M. Visc's store,
or address (i. AY. Ihrchard, Graj's River. V.
milEliND AND HRD FLOORS, 2ND FIN
A ished in rooms : 3rd all hi one, -ISxGO
leer, unniiisucci. Also a sp-icc 01 grouim
oiled and capped, about !x -IS feet, front
ing on Dlney sti-eet. Irfase given to resjon
siblj parties for years. Location most desir
able lor a Restaurant and Lodging House.
cunuruier i;irucuiurs iiiuuiru ui
Astoria, Oregon, December 2S. 1SS2.
?. DEALEK IX
ggBoob aiiu SlanonerjlS ;
VOTIOXS & TOYS.
j 5 Dn,Unn.
2 s DlaMMJUOKS
X S 3 EW ELK Y, SILVERWARES
PIANOS and ORGANS ? ,
v S For sale on easy installment plan ; jj
q j also some for jvnr. sQ j
6 ZJSHEE T fJUSIC & MUSICIAN'S (2 '
3 2 SUPPLIES. 3
h! 5 keep
S rk-tv More, and iny Prices will a M
n lii frtiiml in I'vprv !iisf:inoi h i
, ... sp(
35 REASONABLE. sO
SAT TIIK OH STA?TI.B() 1
! Astoria. Oregon. V, .
PRIOR TO STOCK TAKiNG.
We offer SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS
in our line of
Dress Goods, Silks, Velvets,
Cashmeres and Arnmres.
Dolmans, Etc.. etc.
A. FINE ASSORTMENT OF
FLANNEL CO tVIFORTERS,
Stock Complete in Every Branch.
ASTORIA SAIL LOFT.
A. M. JOHNSON & CO.. PROPfTS.
rSTAYiNG CONSIDERABLY INCREASED
X nur facilities lorincetni:tliedeiiiand or
lneRase i:i boat this year v.e would re
spectfully call the attention of
And all others needing ssils, to this fact.
Prices Same as Last Year.
WORK STILL BETTER.
Drilling znd Best Quality of Rope
Our Work has Given .
Satisfaction for Eight Years,
And shall lie made to do so while we aie in
Tlnioii India Hublier Co's
Pure Para Gum
CBffAKE Or IMITATION! !
lie sure the Boots arc stamped CIIACIC
PICOOF on Uw heels, and have the PURE
GUM Sl'lUXGS on the foot ami instep,
which prevent their cracking or breaking.
V.'e are now making them with RUlilllill
AXD ASBESTOS Soles which will make
them last more than twice as long as any
uiiuucr 0001s mam.
FOR SALE I1Y ALL DEALERS.
ALL KINDS RUI1HRR RELl'ING. PACK-
ROOTS AND SHOES. Etc.
R. II. PEASE. .Ir. f Asents.
S. M. RUNYON, J San ErancLsco.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT Til E
undersigned hasp his day been apjiolntcd
by the Honorable county court, of the State
or Oregon, county of Clatsop, administrator
of the Estate of .fohn Gustaf Fnmseii. de
ceased, and who was generally known by
the name of Frank Drown. Alt persons hav
ing claims against said estate arc herebv
notified to present the same, with proper
vouchers duly verified, tome at the otlice
of Union Packing Companv, at Astoria,
Clatsop County. Oiegon. within six. months
from the date or this notice. All persons in
debted to said estate will ca'l and settle the
same with me at once.
1. F. JOHNSON.
. . , .. . Administrator.
Astoria, I; cbruary 27th, 1883. d4w
S Tin nest assortment lii Ihe etv:. .
N 2 a full JtocK of evcrvths kept in gn
f 1 iO
k5 ISL ma mj
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED THAT
the regular meetings shall be heln on
the first Monday of each month. at7r. at
You will govern yourselves accordingly.
By order of H19 President.
d Ira Eec. Bec'y.
GEO. HILL. -AVALTEU
Engagement rf an out ire
MISS HELENA RICHMAN.
The German Nightengale.
MISS SUSIE LEE,
Song am1 Dance Artbt.
MISS MINNIE WILLIAMS.
MISS KITTY FRANKLIN.
Yi. GEO. HEXDERSOX.
hlhetKiiaii l inmeilrir.
Together with a new
sn tmt; "TcTs , r
-- " - -' ..
t'n-ier the managenieiit of
Pt:OF. CILM.T.ES K1C1CAUDS.
I All the Old Favorites Retained.
t Open all th Year Performance Every
.Mfcni r.nurc cnanieo; ivognmrn-f
Every Night, Comprising All tlie
JSOKCS, DANCES AZ5D ACTS.
We give the Best
In the West.
Tin theatre U CMWileit nlshtlv. ami nil
. v.!-f l:ave wil:u-sf(l tJi fi.UTtaiiihien; pro
I iitr.i re :t to le e:unt u any given elsewhere.
mt. nut as a eniervr lor cite public's
auiii-eiHeni i-an not Im 'eellel. Anybotly
whiii; to ijM.n: a Hea-ant evening anil
see sjc.rkli.iu wil ,mmI beauty .villi.i.r vtil
garit . sImhikI impro-.e tli.-oKirttniitvaiiit
The ciiiMHy tti!iiriaw tlie roHmin; well
JIlSS i'AXMK V.'AI.TOX.
Jli.- 51 ami n (Jooii:in.
.Mi:. Waltku Pai:ks.
Mk.Chas. Hakkows. '
Mk. AVm. Mouto.x.
Alt of which will appear uuihtlv in their dif.
Open air concert every evening : perfonn
aucecommenemgat 8; entrance totiioatre
on teuton Mrcet ; priva-e boxes on Chcna
Nntsr Stars in Rapiil Succession !
A Common-sense Remedy.
Mo mere Rheumatism,
Gout or Neuralgia.
Immediale Relief Warranted.
Permanent Cure Guaranteed.
Flee years CflalAiihul and ncrer l.nnwn (0
fall inaxtHyle cage, aculc or chronic. liefer
In all prominent jrtuwicians ami flruiiointi for
the tamUnu oj Salicylica.
THE ONLY DISSOLVE!: OF THE
POISONOUS TJK1C ACID VI1ICH
EXISTS IN THE JJLOOD OF KHEU-
MATIU AND GOUTY PATIENTS.
SALiCYLlCAi known as a common-
sense remedv, because It strikes directly at
the cause of Itheunuitlsni. Gout and Neural
gia, while so many so-called specifics and
supposed panaceas only treat locally the
It has-been conceded by eminent scientists
that outward applications, such its rubbing
with oils, ointment, liniments, and soothing
lotions will not eradicate these diseases
which are the result of the poisoning of the
blood with Uric Acid
SAL1CYLICA works with marvelous
ellect on this acid and so removes the disor
der. It is now exclusively used bj all cele
brated pbjsielans of America and Europe.
Highest Medical Academy of Paris reports
95 ier cent cures in three days.
that SALICYLIC A. is a certain cure for
Rheumatism. Coutami Neuralgia.
Tbc most intense pains ate subdued almost
Give ir a trial. Relief guaranteed or mon
Thousands of tctmicnials sent on applica
S I a Box. 6 Boxes for S5.
Sent free by mail on receipt ot money.
ASIC YOUR DRUGGIST FOR IT.
Rut do not lie deluded into taking imitations
or substitutes, or something recommended
as "just as good!" Insist on the genuine
with the name of Washburne &. Co
on each box which is guaranteed cliemicaiiy
pure under our signatme. an indispensable
requisite to insure success in the treatment.
Take no other, or send to us.
Washburne & Co., Proprietors.
2P7 Rroadway, cor. RcadeSf., NI-7WYOEK.
For Sale bv V. E. DEMENT & Co., and
.1. 11 THOMAS.
TO TRADE mm ME !
Because my Goods are the Best,
and Always Fresh.
Cakes Candles etc., furnished for Wedding
parties, 011 short notice, and guaranteed to
give perfect satisfaction.
Cake ornamenting a specialty. . .
Opposite -. XV. JlluisieV.
WM CLEABANCE SALE!
to make room for more
Hantaan: i4 Sbip Clailer?
A. VAH BUSEN & GO.
Will sell at 1 est their entire stock of
HATS AHD GAPS
BOOTS AHD SHOES.
These goods must be disposed of as we are
soon to receive another large lot of
Hardware and Ship Chandlery
And must have room to'storc it.
ALL PARTIES KNOWING TnEM
selvcs Indebted to the late M. W. Gal
lick will"please pay the amount to S. Schlus
el at the White House Store, who Is author
ized to receipt for tiic same.
Astoria, Oregon, February 23th, 1833.
Mw iS!s !
si-a 0-- a-t-W
The Best Store in the City to get your Money's Worth.
Albums. Autograph, ami Photograph all Sizes and Prices.
Hooks from a Dim Noret to AVelwr's Unalirtdged ; Gents' Jewelry and Cutlery ; Writing
Desks of all sizes ; JIark Twain's Scrap Boohs ; Kible. Prayer Books and Hymnals,
Also the Key to Heaven.
Oncra an .Marine Glasses ; Draughting Instruments from 40 cents to S30.CO a set
Ami every thing you could want in our line. Examine our goods and prices before goin
elsewhere. 15. F. STEVENS & Co., City Book Store.
TElt apply to 'he Captain, or to
---'V7'TfTrJViJ-'l:l '-"l "--"
THE NEW MODE!
A FDIiI. STOCK ALWAYS ON HAND.
2S. S5.. H.AWES,
Two !oors east of Occident Hotel, ASTORIA, OREGON.
SUCCESSOR TO .TACKINS & MONTGOMERY.)
PLUMBING, GAS FITTING, AND CANNERY WORK
Attended to Promptly on Reasonable Terms.
CKKAASiB'H BTKEF-T, Kext to C li. Parker's Store.
AND DEALER IN
Carpets, Oil Cloth, Wall Paper, Mirrors,
Winds? Shades, Lacs Curtains, Picture Frames and Mouldings,
WINDOW CORNICES AND CURTAIN POLES
Complete in every branch.
DEALER IX B5
FTJRNITTJKE S BEDDIlST G
Corner Ululii end .qicenioqna Streets. Astoria, Oregon.
WINDOW SHADES AHD TRIMMINGS; WALL PAPER ETC.
A Complete Stuck.
PRICES AS GEEA? AS QUALITY WILL AFFORD.
ALT K1XDS F FUIXKITUirc ZSIIPAIBED AWI VAKISOED.
(SUOCKSSOK TO PAIK & ALLEX.)
Wimif sale anil ratRil tfeiOer. lu
Glass and Plated Ware,
TUOriCAI. AND DOMESTIC
FRUITS AND YEGEfABLES.
rHIEX SHAKES CANNEUY STOCK
JL terms private. ALso, Lot 1. Block 10,
mcClure's Asc with improvements thereon.
Also three good farms within easv distance
of Astoria terms easy. Lots in 'McClure's,
Shively's and Adalrs A&toria, and three
blocks In Alderbrook fifteen acres tide land
on Young's liny. Also, a good paying busi
ness In Astoria.
tt BOZOKTH & JOHNS.
JSTew ds !
E ben P. Parker, Master.
For TOWING, FREIGHT orCHAP.
II. S. PABKEB.
RANGE CAN BE HAD IN
TORTA ONLY OF
CAT.T. AND EXiUnNE IT, YOU
TLL BE PLEASED.
E. 11. IIAWES Is also agent for the
And other flrst-class stoves.
Furnace "Work, Steam Fit
tings? etc., a. specialty-
Tin, Sheet Iron and Copper Ware.
A General Assortment of
Magee Stoves and Ranges
The Best in the market.
Pmmblug goods of all kinds on hand. Job
work done In a workmanlike manner.
Wilmerding & Co., San Francisco.
Lceb & Co., Agents, AstorL
A L.IVEI.Y KXTERTAIX3IENT
Uavo a new bowling alley, the largest and
best in town. Admittance free.
-nf-aitac ' -,-.r- .j " ' B