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About The Daily Astorian. (Astoria, Or.) 1876-1883 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 12, 1883)
..SEPTEMBER 12. 1SS3
The Mile goes to Tillamouk next
Ovor 400 pioneers will leave
tho 2C. P. R. It. excursion train.
The Columbia is due this morn
ing; tke State saib for S. F. to-day.
Thf! Seaside visitora have nearly
all returned, a few going eastward
Prael Bros, wish those indebted
to them to call around and pay what
There are twenty-seven rooms
full of newspaper correspondents in
It is thought that the general
average on the Queen will be from 30
to 35 per cent;
C. II. Cooper, proprietor of the
1. X. L. goes below on to-day's steam
er for fall floods.
IJ. W. Robson, of the Knappton
Packing company, goes to Oakland.
Cal., on to-days steamer.
The Xetot thinks the 1,000 Chi
nese should hare been admitted to
the Portland celebration yestorday.
- - The showers cleared the smoke
away in good time, to let the visitors
see what kind of a country we lmc.
The tug Jirenham winch was bad
ly scarred in helping pul! off the
Queen last Wednesday is being re"
Paul C. Iiium, the energetic ad
vauce agent of Howe's liush St.
Theatre Co., arrived from Portland
The Polaris has again changed
hands, and now comes out as the
Hesperian. It carries a heavy load in
Acton and his "Reminiscencos."
There is no lack of tonnage in the
Columbia this season Several ship
ownors decline charters in hopes of
getting better figures farther on in the
After the 30th inst., in such a
city as Portland, which has postal de
livery, it will cost as much to send a
letter across tho street as to send it to
Tho JCairnshirc, previously re
ported, and the British ship Shenir,
1173, of Glasgow, Sterling master,
arrived in yesterday. The Mi. Wash
ington will probably be towed in to
day. The cable that is to be laid be
tween Forts Canny and Stevens is
expected from San Francisco this
week. It is four miles in length, and
when in place vessels can be signaled
and reported from outside.
--"Our American Cousin" will be
played at Occidental Hall to-morrow
night by tho Bush St. Theater Co., of
ban Francisco; George Holland ap
pearing as "Lord Dundreary." Re
served seats at the New York Novelty
Railroad operations have begun
in earnest on the Siskiyou3 and soon
steady progress will be made on both
ends of the big tunnel. On the north
end the Burleigh drills are in 100 feet,
while the largo cut at the south end
has been finished aud boring is under
Henry Yillard and party arrived
at Portland at an early hour yoster
day morning; the city was filled with
strangers, tho utmost difficulty being
in some instances occasioned in getting
accommodations. The parade took
place at one o'clock yesterday after
At a meeting of Alert H. & L,
No. 3, held at their rooms last Mon
day evening, the following officers
were elected: President, t7. 0. Boz
orth; secretary, C. Brown; treasurer,
J. Tuttlc; foreman, F. B. Elberson;
1st asst., C. P. Mofiit; 2nd assist., F
T. Jordan ;members of board of dele
rates. E. D. Curtis. F. J. Taylor, J.
Astoria merchants aro ordering
goods in quantity from eastern manu
facturers and dealers. Already sever
al new enterprises are spoken of; and
the consequent effect of the opening
of railroad commnnication with "the
States," will be increased competi
tion in different lines of business. In
this respect as in many others, the
doctrino of the "survival of the
fittest" will bo found orthodox.
The Oreaonian of tho 9th issued
a twelve page edition giving a full ac
count of the celebration at the scene
of driving the last spike, and a history
of tho Northern Pacific railroad from
its inception to its completion.
Yesterday's Standard contains Bixteen
pages of valuable information concern
inc Washington and Orecon. We are
sorry that the proprietor saw fit to
omit all mention of Clatsop county in
writing up all tho other counties of the
ladies IS ay ins for Fall AVcar
should see those handsome goods and
inmimiib at mu xiiipiie oire.
Roscoe Dixon's new catine house
is now open. Everything has been fit
ted tin in lirst-class style, and his -well
known reputation as a caterer assures
all "Who like good things to cat. that at
bis pUeo they can oe accommodated.
At a meeting of tho chamber of
coinmorce last eveuin" it was decided
to give the visitors who will arrive
heae to-morrow afternoon as good a
reception as the short time they pro
pose to stay will allow. It was the
original intention to have an elaborate
reception, but after the chamber had
communicated by telegraph with Sir.
Villard and Mr. Prescott it was found
that the stay of the visitors would be
exceedingly brief, so that the greater
part of the proposed celebration must
be omitted. However steamers can
meet the guests and a welcome can be
extended to them none the less hearty
that it is necessarily of an extempore
nature. Last evening a finance com
mittee was appointed consisting of
J. H. D. Gray, John A. Devlin, and
J. O. Bozorth. A committee of ar
rangements was also appointed, con
sisting of J. D. Merry man, E. C.
Holden, F. J. Taylor, M. C. Crosby,
and S. D. Adair. The Chance com
mittee will report to the committee of
arrangements at two o'clock this after
noon, and both committees will report
at a meeting of the chamber at eight
o'clock this evening.
"Our American Cousin."
Geo. Holland will appear at Occi
dental Hall to-morrow evening in tho
famous character of "Lord Dun
dreary" in "Our American Cousin.
Mr. Holland is supported by Miss
Constince Murieil.i and a strong
comedy company. The Philadelphia
North American of a rocent date &zy&:
"Our American Cousin" was played
at the Watnnt last night with Mr.
Holland as "Dundreary," It has
been expected that he wouid do him
self credit, for Mr. Holland is too
competent and careful an actor to fail
in anything which he cares to trader-
take, but his "Dundreary" was really
so fresh and enjoyable that it took
the spectators by surprise. It was as
far as possible from being a mere copy
of the oriuiual. Betweeu tho humor
of Mr. Holland and Mr. Sothern there
is an essential difference. The latter
had a singular keen sense of the
ridici'Ious and uuequaled capacity for
its realization. The humor of George
Hollaud is more genial and human
It springs from the heart. The ef
fects he produces do not spring from
tho superficial pkvyfulue3s of the pro
fessional joker and wit. They have a
deeper source. They are due to a
sympathetic and truthful appreciation
of the contradictions and eccentrici
ties of which human nature is capa
ble. Thus his "Dundreary" is more
real, is more of a man,ihan the "Dun
dreary" of Mr. Sothern. Tho latter
was never anything more than a
laughable absurdity, whoso possible
existence cpuld not be conceived by
any effort of the imagination. But
in Mr. Holland's hands, "Dundreary"
becomes a potential man, and one for
whom the spectator can hardly fail to
entertain a liking, so skillfully does
the actor indicate the good qualities
of heart which underlie the eccentrici
ties of his demeanor.
A two-weeks old papor in Man-
zano. New Mexico, is struggling un
der the unique, but oleaginous name
of tho Gringo and Greaser. Its edit
or boasts that it is "the oldest and
best paper in Valencia county." It
is printed entirely in italics. It howls
to the people not to send in their sub
scriptions and money so fast, as it
keeps the editor up too late nights at-
tendins to the lucre. If the editor
doesn't die, the paper may live.
Could not a better word than
"consumption', be coined to ex
press the use of articles of wear, diet,
etc? Consumption is a bad disease,
to be dreaded by all. Fire may con
sume a house or a hay stack. But
the idea of a delicate girl consuming
dishes of ice cream and watermelons
is awful. Little better is it to speak',
in market phrase, of ladies becoming
consumers of furs, hoop skirts and
face powders, or of men being con
sumers of suspenders, socks, neckties,
corkscrews and shoe blacking. .Now
is a cood time for the linguist to step
to the front.
Youns or middle agen men suffer-
mg lrom nervous aeoiuiy, loss oi
,i -tfi i r
memory, premature old age, as the
result of bad habits, should send
three stamps for Part YII of Dime
Series pamphlets. Address Would's
DlSPENSART MePICAL ASSOCIATION,
Buffalo, N. Y.
Silks, Satins, Dress Goods,
at Prael Bros.
Oysters, Oysters. Oysters.
at the Astoria Ovstcr depot: a stew
fry, pan roast, or raw at b rank r abre s.
You arc out a treat, and don't you for
get it, it you mtss .iiSFiT'b Dinner every
UilV 1IU1U U1UO. OUUllb. JlMl, Ulllb Jvlliua
of meat, vegetables, pies, puddings, cof
fee, tea, wine, S. F. beer, or milk. Din
ner t!o cents.
to cheer and comfort, at Frank Fabre's.
in the Odd l ellows building.
Vest Custom Vorlc, Hoots ami Shoes,
Can be had at T. J. Arvold's, next to
CitvUook Store. Ladies and nentlemen
calf there for tne finest fitting boots and
shoes, and lowest prices. Perfect fit
.Laces, .Laces, Laces.
at Prael Bros. Empire Store: all styles
and prices, some line qiuuuie.
Time, labor and risk by subscribing at
Carl Adler's for whatever newspaper or
magazine you want.
The Empire Store
has re-opened and displays some hand
some dress goous.
A Juicy Bcefstcnk
cooked to perfection is what you can
get at Frank Fabre s.
Northern Paoifio Freight Tariff.
The following tariff has been issued
by the Northern Pacific on freights
between Astoria and the East:
Rate, per 100 -pounds, from east
ern cities to Astoria as follows: From
New York first class, $6; second
class, $5; third class, 4; fourth class,
$3; class A, $2.50; clais B, 2; class
, SL75; class D, $1.50. From Pitts
burg First clas3, $5.43; second class,
4.53; third class, $3.G2; fourth class,
2.71; class A, ;$2;50; clas? B, $2;
class C, SI. 75; class D, $1.50. From
Cincinnati and Indianapolis First
class, $5.31; second class, $4.25;
third class, $3.45; fourth class $2.65;
lass A, $2.39; class B. $2; class C,
$1.75; class D, $1.50. From Chicago
and St. Louis First class, $5; second
class, $4; third class. $3.25; fourth
class $2.50; class A, $2.25; class B,
2; class C, $L75; class D. $1.50.
From St. Paul. Duluth, Minneapolis
and Superior First class, $4.55; sec
ond class, $3.75; third class, $3;
fourth class, $2.35; class A, $2.10;
lass B, $1.85; class C, $1.00; class D,
The tariff for through eastern bound
freight from Astoria is as follows per
To New York First class, $0; sec
ond class, S5; third clas3, $4; fourth
class, $3; class A, $2 50; class B, 82;
class C, SI 75; class D, $1 50. To
Pittsburg First class, $5 43; second
class, $4 53; third class, $3 62; fourth
class, $2 71; class A, $2 50; class B,
$2; class C, $1 75; class D, $1 50.
To Cincinnati and Indianapolis
First class, $5 31;5econd class, $4 25;
third class, $3 45; fourth class, $2 65:
class A, 62 39; class B, $2; class C,
$1 75; class D, $L 50. To Chicago
and St. Lunis First class $5; second
clas3, $4: third class, $3 25; fourth
class $2 50; class A, $2 25; class B,
$2; class C, $1 75; class D, $1 50. To
St. Paul, Minneapolis, Duluth and
Superior First class, $4 35; second
class, ?3 50; third class, $2 85; fourth
class, $2 20; class A, $2; class B,
$1 80; class C, $1 60; class D, $1 40.
Here's about the way the freight is
classified: The letters c. 1. meaning
car load, o. r. owners risk, s. u. set
up, k. a. KnocKen aown, i. c. l. less
than car loads, d. 1. double first
Ale and beer in glass or stono,
Same m wood 4.
Same by car load A.
Bags and bagging, burlaps, in com
pressed bales 3.
Boots and shoes strapped J.
Candles, not wax or par.iftino 3.
Canned fruits and vegetables D.
Canned fish and meats D.
Carpets in cases 1, in rolls li.
Samo in rolls released 1.
China and Porcelain ware 3.
Crockery, common, A.
Coffee in sacks A.
Coal oil D.
Corn and corn meal 4.
Drugs and medicines 3.
Dry goods 1.
Blankets in bales 2.
Calico 1, sheetings, shirting 2.
Stone ware D.
Earth paints D.
Bacon and ham 1.
Car load lots 2.
Horsa nails in boxes B.
Horse nails in sacks A.
Printing ink, in wood D.
Iron, bar D. .
Lemons and oranges 3.
Liquors, in glasses 3.
Same in wood 3.
Horses, mules and horned animals,
not yalued at over $100 each, one
2,000 lbs 1.
Lumber not over 16 feet long A,
Millinery goods d 1.
Paper, straw wrapping, D.
Paper wrapping, printed A.
Paper, writing 3.
Paper bags B,
Paper carpeting 2.
Paper hangings 3.
Molasses, New Orleans C.
Reed organs and melodeons 1.
Oysters in shell, in barrels 3.
Paints, white lead B.
Potted ham, turkey, chicken,etc. A.
Live poultry c. 1. 3.
Printers' cases 3.
Printing presses 2.
Rope, cotton 2.
Rubber boots and clothing 3.
Rubber hose 4.
Saddle trees 4.
Sash, doors and blinds c. 1. B.
Sewing machines s. u. boxed 1.
Same k. d. boxed 3.
Sheep dip 3.
Shovels and spades o. r. C.
Same less than c 1. A.
Soap common laundry, 5,000 pound
or over D.
Samo les3 than 5,000 pounds C.
Lumber iu c. 1. oak, hickory, maple
and ash D.
Black walnut, white wood, bass
wood, nonlar and cherry C.
Smnts turpentine, in barrels or
cases o. r. ot leaicago u.
Stationery not otherwise specified 1.
Stoves, ranees, registers, radiators
and reservoirs, released J.
Same and stove furniture and hoi
low ware c 1. o. r. b. stove pipe and
eibows in crates and boxes 1.
StoTe castings, in bundles, released
Sugar, not otherwise specified B
Maple and lemon sugar A.
Tobacco cut and double 1.
Type in boxes 3.
Wine in boxes and baskets 3.
Wire, barbed fence 4.
Zinc paints A.
Agricultural implements l. o. reap
ers, mowers, harvesters, threshers,
plows, feed cutters, harrows, seed
drills, corn planters, cultivators
fanning mills, and horse rakes in c 1
. Reapers, mowers.barvesters, thresh
ers, plows, feed cutters and harrows
in less than car loads 2.
Seed drills, corn planters, cultiva
tors, shovel plows, fanning mills, horse
rakes and similar light bulky machines
in 1. c. 1. 1.
Across the River.
The Washington packing" company,
at Cosmopolis, will run two traps
and seven boats during the fall run of
Last week John Briscoe sold eight
acres of land, about a mile west of
Ilwaco, near tho beach, for tho sum
of $1,600-8200 per acre to T. A.
Davis, of the firm of Hodge, Davis &
Co., of Portland.
There is much need of a postofficc
above Woodard's Landing, on the
Willapah. At present settlers living
thirty miles above the Landing have
to come there after their mail. It has
been suggested that a point on Fern
prairie, twelve miles above, would
meet the approbation of nearly ev
eryone. The Aberdeen cannery, at the
mouth of the Wishkaw, commenced
operations Monday. They will have
a force of eighteen boats thirty-six
men fishing for them. Dan Mark
ham and Fred. Colbert have the
piling ready to put in traps. The
run will probably last about ten
The oyster business of Shoal
water bay begins to assume 3omo of
its old proportions. Large quantities
are Bhipped to San Francisco by every
lumber-laden schooner :hit leaves
this port. The Favorite is constantly
engaged in carrying oysters to the
head of the bay, from whence they
aro hauled across the portage and
shipped from Ilwaco.
There is a disposition on the part of
many citizens of this county to
question the justice of allowing a rail
road a large tract of land as an in
demnity grant when the same railroad
does not pass over one foot of the ad
joining county. It is a well-known
fact that the Northern Pacific includes
within its grant some of tho very best
land in PaciGc county. When a
county is able to derivo a small bene
fit from a railroad, even if it be very
slight, it might possibly afford to do
nate one-fourth of its cntiro area, as
this county is compelled to do.
Situated as Pacific county is, unfortu
nately, no perceptible benefit, other
than that consequent upon the de
velopment of the territory at largo,
cm result to it from the Northern
Pacific railroad's wholesale land grab.
IVIicu You Come to Astoria
and want a nice pan roast, go to Frank
Fabre's, opposite the Astokiax office.
ForalVcat Fitting Boot
Or Shoe, go to P. .1. Goodmans, on Che
namus strcpt, next door to I. W. Case.
All goods of the best make and guaran
teed quality. A full stock; new goods
constantly arriving. Custom work.
Duplex Gnlrnuic Bells.
Persons wishing to purchase them
will call on J. W. Conn, who is agent
for them, at his Drug Store opnosile Oc
Dinner at M EFF,S"CHOl HOUSE
every day at 5 o clock. The uest25 cent
meal in town; soup, fish, seven kinds of
meats, vegetables. iio. lutddimr. etc. A
glass of S. F. Beer, French Claret, tea or
coffee, included. All who have tried
him say .Jeff is the "BOSS."
Kor the cenulne .1. 11. Cutler old
Bourbon, and the best of wines, liquors
aud San Francisco beer, call at the Gem
opposite the bell tower, and see Camp
bell. Have Wisiar's balsam of wild cherrv
always at hand. It cures coughs, colds,
bronchitis, whooping cough, croup, in
fluenza, consumption, and all throat and
ung complaints. 50 cents anui a bot-
All the patent medicines advertised
in this paper, together with the choicest
perfumery, and toilet articles, etc- can
e bought at the lowest prices, at .1. w.
Conn's time store, nnjwisite Ociden
he tel, Astoria.
Shilolfs Vitalizer is what you need
for Constipation. Loss of Aimetite. Diz
ziness and all symptoms ofJ)'siepsia.
Price 10 and 75 cents per bottle. SoUI
by W. II Dement.
-Shilolfs Cough ami Consumption
Cure is sold by us on guarantee. It
cures consumption. Sold by W. K. De
Young, old, and middle-aged men
and women get health and strength by
UBing Brown's Iron Bitters.
The Peruvian syrup has cured thou
sands who were suffering from dysjep-
sia, debility, liver complaint, boils, nr.;
mors, temaie complaints, etc. rainpn
lets free to any address. Setli W.Fowlt
Croup, Whooping Cough and Bron
chitis Immediatefy relieved by Shilolfs
uure. toid by w. js. uenient.
Sleepless 2sichts. made miserable
by that terrible couch. Shilolfs Cure is
the remedy.ior yon. Jsoid by w. K. De
Will you suffer with Dyspepsia and
Liver Complaint ? Shilolfs vitalizer is
aranteed to cure you. bold by W. E.
Catarrh cured, health and sweet
breath secured by bhuolf s Catarrh Item
edy. Price 50 cents, Masai Injector free.
For salo by w. is. uemcnt.
-For lame Back. Side or Chest use
Slnloli s rorons Plaster, Price 25 oents.
tor sale by w. xL Dement.
-Roscrs Bros, plated ware, and "Wost
enholm cutlery at Jordan & Bozorth's
A remedy for IndiRestion.Consuuip-
null) -'J sjn.fJiutii u.nuuj i gitlinllC)
etc., UOLDEX'S iilQUID 15EEK TOXIC.
Reliable help for the weak.nervous,
and debilitated dyspeptic sufferer
found in Brown's Iron Bitters.
mat Hacking uougn can be so
quickly cured by Shiloh's Cure. We
guarantee It bold by W. K. Dement
When the scalp is covered with dan
druff, Glenn's iSur.rnui: Soap will be
JirLT.'s linn: Dye, black or brown
Averill's mixed mints, the best in
use, for sale at J. W. Conn drug store,
opposite uccment. xiotei.
The 'finest flavored Ice Cream at
Frank Fabre's, Odd Fellows building.
Time, Labor and 3.s:, in
BY SUBSCRIBING WITH
Subscriptions received for any Periodical
in the world.
Special rates If sever.il Papers and ilaga
znies are ordered at once.
Prices of periodicals given on application.
It will certainly pay you to call before sub
scribing or giving an order for your periodi
cal reading matter.
Order Karly and Save Delay
ESTABLISHED IJT 1S32.
ARISES & DALLAM,
Manufacturers and Importers of
Wooden and Willow Ware
Twines, Brooms, Brushes, Baskets,
Pails, Tub, Churns, Washboards, Rope
t'onlnsc, YTrapplBK Papers, Paper
Knss, Building Papers, .Hatches.
Handles, Clothes Wringers, Car
pel Stvccprrs, Fralher Bust
ers, Stationery, lc.
230 and 232, Front Street,
SAX FRANCISCO, CAL.
.1. H. D. GRA.Y,
Wholesale and retail dealer In.
GROCERIES, FLOUR, AND FEED,
Hay, Oais, Straw, Wood, Etc
LIME, SAND, AND CEMENT.
General storage and Wharfage on reason
able terms. Foot or Cecton street, Astoria
fipres lew Lie !
OF THE CHOP HOUSE
Can prove by his books that he Is (loins the
oiKpesi o5ine.ss oi any
In the city, and lie will guarantee to give
me uesi meai ior casn.
N'KAT, CHEAP AXD QUICK. BY
Main Street, opposite N. Loeb'a.
Hardware ana Ship CWlerj
A. VAH DUSEN & 00..
Hardware and Ship Chandlery,
Pure Oil, Bright Varnish,
Binnacle Oil, Cotton Canvas,
Hemp Sail Twine.
Cotton Sail Twine,
Wrought Iron Spikes,
Galvanized Cut Nails.
Paints nutl Oils. Groceries, etc.
MAGNUS G. 0R0SBT,
HARDWARE, IRON, STEEL,
Iron Pipe and Fittings,
PLUMBERS AND STEAM FITTER
Goods and Tools,
SHEET LEAD STRIP LEAD
SHEET IROH TIH AND COPPER,
Stoves, Tin Ware and House
JOBBING IN SHEET IRON, TIN. COP
PER PLUMBING and STEAM FTTINf
Done with neatness and dispatch.
None out Hist class workmen employed.
A Iarce assortment of
Constantly on hand
Wilson & Fisher,
Iron, Steel, Coal. Anchors, Chains,
TAR, PITCH, OAKUM,
NAILS AND SPIKES,
Shelf Hardware, Paints and Oils
FJ.OI7I1 ANI ItUIX FEED.
Agents for Salem Flouring Mills,
and Capital Flour.
Alt sizes, at Tortland Prices, in Stock.
Corner Chenamus and Hamilton Streets
A r.r. PAltTIES HAYING ANY AC-
A mit4 with th New England Restau
rant-fim rmt HI p.! tn mmi find settle LefOrB
the 15th of September, 1SS3, as there will
tnen oa a change in tne uusines..
7-1tU EDWARD YOUNG.
0. H. COOPER, GENERAL MERCKA1TDISE.
-lHE I X L
The Leading Dry Goods
Clothing House of Astoria,
I hare just received a large consignment of Lace Curtains, and
Curtain Materials, in the newest designs, and would invite an inspec
tion from intending purchasers, confident that for rarity and Low Prices
NO SUCH VALUE HAS EVER BEEN OFFERED IN ASTORIA.
Silks and Dress Goods,
"We are showing on our Centre Counters, collection of the most
elaborate and richest Goods ever shown in this City,
AT REMARKABLE LOW PRICES.
All. Silk Ehadames,
All Silk Foulards,
All Silk Ottomans,
"We are now showing the Largest and most Eiegant Line of La
dies' Cloaks and "Wraps ever brought to this City.
Trimmed with Lace, Fringe, and Gimp.
Black Silk Dolmans,
Lined and Trimmed with Guipure Lace and Gimp. ,
Fine Brocaded Satin Dolmans.
Handsomely Trimmed with Chenille Fringe.
Walking Jackets, Mantles, Ulsters and Dusters.
All Sizes and Colors.
CLOTHING AND GENTS FURNISHING GOODS DEPARTMENT
We are showing, without doubt, the largest, and most complete
stock o Mens1, Youths', and Boys' Clothing ever brought to Astoria
AT EXTREMELY LOW PRICES.
Lowest Prices in Astoria,
C. H. COOPER,
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS BUILDING, ASTORIA.
Gr. A. STINSON & CO.,
At Capt. .Rogers old stand, corner of Cass
ana court streets.
Shlo and Cannerv vrork. Horseshoeinjr.
Waeons made and repaired. Good work
FIRST QUALITY LUMBER.
8 IN THE FIELD AND TROPOSES TO
We will take orders for lumber from 100
to coo M., at the mill or delivered.
We also manufacture lath and shingles of
Flooring a Specialty .
Address all orders
WESTPOItT MILL CO.
S. C, Bexnek, Supt.
New Styles in Hats!
Fine ClotMnr ant
Received at the Occident Store.
d. a. Mcintosh,
TAILOR, CLOTHIER, HATTER and GENTS FURNISHER.
I 1 s
ti Q is
M - 8 -E
Drap D 'Almas
TO TRADE WITH ME !
SeasiileBatej & Confectionery.
Because my Goods are the Best,
and Always Fresh.
Cakes Candies etc., furnlsliedfor "Wedding
parties, on short notice, and guaranteed to
give perfect satisfaction.
Cake ornamenting a specialty.
Opposite r. W. Jlmae's.
Rents' Iirnislins Ms
Largest Stock and Finest Goods
Ed. D. Curtis & Co.
STYLE AND FINISH.
A COMPLETE STOCK.
S. B. CROW,
Corner Benton aud Squemoqua Streets,
East of the Court House.