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SATUKDAY KEBltU KY2. 1-M
ISSUED EVERY MORNING.
J. F. HALL.ORAN & COMPANY,
P0BLISHKRS AND PROPimTTnlSS,
A8TORIAN BUILDING. - - CASSMREE1
Term of Subscription.
Served hv Carrier, prr week
Sent by Mail, per month ...
". r one year . ...
Free of postage to iubv.rilx.'i.
2gAdvertIseinents inserted bv the vear at
the rate of S2 per square per month. " Tran
sient advertising fifty cents per Mjuarc. each
Around tlie City.
Muldoon is cominc to Oregon again
with Courtright and Hawkins' rnin3trels.
There are six San Francisco indict
ments against QuirJr now in the city jail.
F. W. Steohhau, manager of the New
Market theatre, at Portland, is in the
The Oregon arrived in yesterday morn
ing. The Columbia sails" for San Fran
The meeting of delegates from the
various canneries will bo at the court
house at nine o'clock this morning.
The funeral of Sergeant Brodie's daugh
ter yesterday afternoon was attended by
the officers of Cashing Post No. 14,
G. A. R.
Messrs. Smith fc Howell, of the United
States collection association, are in the
city organizing a business agency to post
merchants and others against the numer
ous fraternity of '"dead beats." The3
will visit our merchants to-day in regard
to the matter.
In another column is announced the
dissolution of partnership between D.
K. Warren and H. C. Thompson, Mr.
Warren retiring from the firm, after four
teen years of uninterrupted business suc
cess. His interest in this old established
. business has been bought by Mr. J. B.
Wyatt of Portland, who, in connection
with Mr. H. C Thompson, Mr. Warren's
former partner, will in future carry on
The first number of the Washington
Enterprise, published at Forest Grove,
has been received. It is a neat six
column folio, chuck full of news and
starts out well. Messrs. Russell and
White are the publishers. Mr. E. L. E.
White is the editor. He wields a facile
pen and will make his live paper a suc
cess. Mr. White will be remembered by
Astorians as the author of a series of
gracefully written articles from thi9 city
to the Neios last summer.
Foreign Salmon' MABKET.-The Grocers'
Gazette of January 5th, reports a fair in
quiry for salmon in London, but for small
parcels; only favorite brands of Columbia
river realize from 2Gs27s, while un
known marks are neglected. In Liver
pool the demand, according to the same
authority, is extremely limited. Prices
are rather easier, and bids for parcels ex
quay are wanted; offers for large parcels
have been made, but being below holders
ideas, were refused. The bottom seems
to be 23s, and brands can be secured from
this price up to 23s Cd, and 21s for higher
The Clatsop Road. Messrs. Maguire
and Johns have procured additional sub
scription to the stock of this necessary
thoroughfare, and will continue their
efforts to day. The captal stock is 25,
000; of this $ 13,030 has been subscribed
and the remainder should bo without de
lay so that the work can begin. Of the
many public enterprises in contempla
tion there is none that is more positively
necessary than a road to Clatsop. There
will be a meeting on Friday next, when
further plans relative to active work on
the road will be presented and discussed.
Golden Wedding. The golden wed
ding of General John Adair and Mrs.
Adair, of this city, was appropriately
celebrated at Fort Missoula, on January
2, at the headquarters of Major W. H.
Jordan, Third United States infantry.
General and Mrs. Adair are tbo parents
not only of Mrs. Jordan but of the wives
of Lieutenant Colonel C. H. Mandoll,
corps of engineers, and Professor
Welcker, superintendent of public in
struction of California, formerly a lieu
tenant of the ordnance corp3, United
States army. A son of the veteran couple
is Colonel John Adair, Jr., formerly a
lieutenant of the First United States cav
alry, now in this city.
Dwelling Burned. Fire broke out
yesterday morning about 10 o'olock in
the residence of George Taylor, Jr., of
the firm of Taylor, Young & Co., corner
Stark and Eleventh streets. It caught
fire from a defective flue and burned
fiercely between the ceiling and roof.l-An
alarm was sounded from box 23, and the
house had to be drenched before the
flames were extinguished. Mr. Taylor's
loss is about S1000; fully insured in the
North British and Mercantile. Ore
Mr. Taylor became a son-in-law of Col.
Taylor, of this city, about a month ago,
and the many friends of his wife are
pleased to know the fire was no worse
than is above narrated.
Unreliable Statistics. The San
Francisco Commercial Ncivs, in its issue
of the 28th ult., shows commendable en
terprise in the publication of statistics
concerning marine disasters. It is to be
regretted that its usual reputation for
accuracy should be so conspicuously
marred by glaring errors in the items of
shipping disaster, headed "Losses on Co
lumbia River Bar." In all friendliness,
The Astobian suggests to its California
contemporary that information to be reli
able must be accurate, and that gross
carelessness admits of no excuse. In
what way the touching of a ship going up
to Portland, or the inability of a captain
to distinguish between Tillamook and
Point Adams lights, affects the record of
disasters on Columbia bar is an undeter
mined question. In its record of ten
"disasters" on the bar for '83, there are
seven that in no way, shape or manner,
can directly or indirectly be charged to
that locality. The record of the bar for
8S is ahead of any part in the United
States where a like amount of business is
transacted, as correct statistics will
Baked Beans and Brown Bread.
Leave'your orders to-da3 at Frank
Elbersorrs for Baked Beans and Boston
Brown Bread for your Sunday dinner.
Pianos to Bent
On easy terms at Adler's music store.
Extra Qaality of Coal Oil
By the gallon, five gallon can or case,
to be found at the Crockery store of
Jordan & Bozorth.
For a Neat Fitting Boot
3r Shoe, go to P. J. Goodmans, on Che
aamus street, next door to I. W. Case.
All goods of the best make and guaran
teedquality. A full stock; new goods
constantly arriving. Custom work.
At the Empire Store
You. will find the finest laces and em
broideries, of richest quality.
Cersets and UBdcrwear.
All the latest makes and styles of cor-
'sets and ladles underwear at rraei
.Bros.' Empire store.
LAST SIGHT'S ROXIKG MATCH.
The Champions or tbo World at Occidental
Not piiice IJor. Henry Ward Beecher
loomed upon the horizon was there such
a crowd to see a steamer land at Astoria
as that that awaited the arrival of the
Orcfon yesterday morning. This time it
was not Brooklyn but Boston; not brain
out nrawn; xor on uuaru were tuts xiiiriivhir
hitters in the United States. So the crowd
gathered at the O. R. A" N. dock and filled
the entrance, and when the steamer came
alongside crowded to the gangway to get
a glimpso of "Sullivan, the Slogger."
"Here he is, was finally heard, and the
champion stepped on Oregon soil. He is
a wvll-bnilt man, about ." feet 10 inches
in height, and weighingapparently about
W0 pounds. Ho has some claims to good
looks, hah black hair and eyes and a brown
moustache. Alongside the Maori, Slade,
he didn't seem very big, but his every
movement showed that ho ws well
muscled. With the rast of the outfit he
was driven to the Occident, which was the
center of attraction for tne remainder of
the day. the crowd vainly endeavoring to
get a glimpse of the champion, who was
To a casual visitor the scene at Occi
dental hall last evening was a peculiar
one. The hous5 was crowded, ''standing
room only' being the order of the even
ing, and" through the blue haze from
numerous cigars it was seen that the
fame of the cl'ampiou had attracted all
classes'who came mostly out of curiositj',
Promptly at 8 o'clock Frank Morau,
themaster of ceremonies, announced that
the fun would begin by a set-to be
tween La Gouriff Sylvester. This at once
aroused the utmost curiosity, as there
were not a few that thought the French
man stood a show of winning the stand
ing offer of $1000 for anyone who could
stand before Sullivan for four rounds.
Having announced the conditions of the
match the contestants came on.
They appeared, and, shaking hands,
squared oil. Sylvester put up his fists
and after one or two feints Sullivan de
livered a powerful blow on his antagon
ist's cheek staggering him; steadying
himself Sylvester pluckily advanced but
this' time the slogger bounded toward
him and sent him hprawliug on the stage.
Again they faced each other with the same
result, when Sylvester took off his gloves
and with a shake of his head withdrew.
The set-to lasted about thirty seconds.
Sullivan advanced to the footlights and
said "Gentlemen, I ain't much of a
speech maker, but you can see what kind
of a fighter that gentleman is. There
are his gloves." The crowd cheered,
and the music played.
SOLLIVAN AND STEVE TAYLOR,
ex-champion of America, were next an
nounced. This match gave an excellent
opportunity to note the champion's form
and style. Whatever has been said in
praise of Sullivan is not exaggerated.
He is superbly built for strength and en
durance, 'ith broad, sinewy shuulders:
thick, short neck; small head, deep,
broad chest; short, thick, round trunk,
and lithe as a cat. He was, like the rest,
stripped to the waist, and the play of his
muscles as ho jumped and fought was
noticeable. He is about -the most rest
less piece of humanity that We ever saw
in the shape of u man. His every move
conveys tne idea of restlessness. He
strikes to count, and fights to win. He
goes at his opponent with a dash, bits
out right and left, recovors his guard and
strikes another smashing blow, then,
jumping from the ground he rushes at
his antagonist and follows him up, shoot
ing out terrific blows and recovering him
self with lightning rapidity. The fact
that he had whipped Taylor in a square
stand-up fight, didn't tend to inspire tho
latter with confidence, and after three
rounds, in which hard knocks were inter
changed, Pet McCoy, a light-weight,
and Herbert Slade, the Maori Giant,
MADE THEIR APPEARANCE.
McCoy was plainly over-matched, but
stood up before the Maori in four rounds
in a manner that gained for him hearty
applause. Mike Gillespie and Taylor
then made their appearance. Taylor
was laughing and good-naturodly dodged
the blows that the agile Gillespie aimed
at him. Indeed he seemed the jolliest
one of the lot, and whenever ho did give
his antagonist a hard blow looked sorry
for it afterward. After they had banged
away at esch other for four rounds.
GILLESPIE AND m'cOT
were pitted against each other. This was
me uosi irai t ui iuu evcuiun. jluu tu
were very well matched, both quick and
spry, light waisted but well scienced and
just enough of rivalry between the two to
insure earnest work. There was no fool
ins between tho two men. Both dis
played oourago and a slight indication of
tempsr on the part of McCoy when Gil
lespie monagau to gee in a particularly
neat hit was not unnoticed by the specta
tors. In the third round thej' clinched
but Moran separated them, and after one
more round in which Gillespie plainly
showed his skill as a boxer, the match
closed. Vociftrious applause brought
them out to simply bow, for, as onb of
the crowd put it "vou betcher lite them
feilows don't want no encore." The
evening's boxing closed with a match
SULLIVAN AND SLADB.
In this match the interest centered
chiefly on the fact that it was the cham
pion and ex-champion that were boxinc.
Sullivan didn't try to hurt his antagonist
very badly, now and then when he was
apparently about to give tho Maori a j
smasher he checked himself and content
ed himself with a buffet, wh.le Slade act
ed mostly on the defensive. Both are
heavy weights but display the most won
derful activity in ducking and dodging.
Slade seemed to have some difficulty
with his gloves, which kept slipping, and
though he would be "a holy terror" to a
oommon, every-day, citizen, it xas evi
dent that he had more than his match in
the man before him.
There were several noticeable features
in the performance. First, notwithstand
ing the densely packed audience thore
was the best of order; every one seemed
intent on watching what was going on in
front of him, and with the exception of
an occasional outburst of applause a
death-like stillness pervaded the building.
Second, there was very little "playing
off." It was the unanimous verdict that
every one of the men did well, and gave
the audience just what they came to see
some A 1 boxing and an "extraordinary
display of science. We all have our ideas
of what is good and what is not, but if
the wish of every one that was at Occi
dental hall last evening could be sized up
it would in all probability be found to be
"I wish that I was half as good a fighter
as any of those chnpa." At nine o'clock
the curtain fell and tho crowdpassed out.
Dinner at"J EFF'SCIIOP noUSE
everyday from 4 :30 to 8 o'clock. The
best 25-cent meal in town : .soup, fish,
seven kinds of meats, vegetables, pie,
pudding, etc A glass of S. F. Beer,
French Claret, tea or coffee included.
All who have tried him say Jeff is the
Fine IreNH Goods.
A splendid I'ne of ladles dress goods Is
being displayed at the Emplrestore.
WI1ATI do you think that
JEFF OF THE CnilP HOUSE
gives you a meal for nothing and a glass
of something to drink? 'Not muchl"
but he gives a better meal and more of
it than any place In town for 25 cents.
He buys bv the wholesale and pays
cash. "That settles it."
"JefFs Is the liveliest place in town,
The delicious Crescent Creamery But
ter for aale at Wyatt & Thompson's.
The Queen Libel Salt.
The taking of testimony in the case of
Capt. FJaveJ vs. the Queen of the Pacific,
began in San Francisco last Thursday,
before U. S. Commissioner Lampman.
The chief engineer was the first wit
ness. ''"When the ship Btruck later on
there wgs a slight, choppy swell; the an
chor prevented the vessel from going
fDrlher upon the splt. on the Becond day
there was not enough sea to call for any
particular attention, on the morning of
thoftth. on the lorwara oetween aecKs,
where 1 had charge, we commenced to
jettison; wo had twenty-five men en
gaged; we stopped at 12; we were aided
by soldiers from shore; 1 think these
came aboard about 0 o'clock; the vessel
came off tho spit about 2 in the after
noon; we had been working the engines
for about two hours, at about 2100 to
2200 horse-power, with full capacity; at
the time she came oil the engines were
in good order; at the time three tugs
palled nt onr port quarter."
The second officer's testimony was sub-
stantiallv the name. Tho third officer de
tailed tue jettisoning of cargo, saying
the officers were called into Captain Alex
ander's rorm, including ex-Governor
Perkins, Jneob S. Tabor and other?. A
plan to carry anchor was decided upon,
to hold the 'ship until high tide next
morning and thuii use every means. to get
oft, and in the event of a failure to jetti
son the cargo. She moved at 8 or 9 o'clock
that night on ouo pull; it was at flood
tide. "When I went into the hold thera
were about twenty soldiers there; cargo
was thrown out of both ports first on
the port side and then on the starboard
side; at the time the port on the port
side was four feet from water, and the
starboard port two fe-t; she listed to
starboard; I was on tho deck when she
ciiinu off; tho tugs pulled on the port
cn iru-r; one hawser purted. and as the
tus w..re getting around to haul mare
directly astern the ship started; the
steamer's wheel was making full speed;
knew this from observation, and from
the fact that we had the lead on the bot
tom, and tied to the rail, so as to tell
what ground the ship made; the tugs
were pulling the ship against the bank,
so that they did little good; while they
were turning around we worked the cap.
stau und the ship got off."
Forfeiting the Land Grant.
In the U. S. House of Representatives,
last Thursday, the bill declaring theTexas
Pacific land grant forfeited was passed
without debate yeas, 259; nays, 1. The
House Committee on Public Lands has
decided to report the bill declaring a for
feiture of the entire land grants of the
Oregon Central Railroad line proposed
betweeu Astoria and Portland. Forfeit
ure is declared on the ground that the
main lino road, and for which the grant
was made, was never constructed.
C Taylor & wf. S F J P Miller.Starks Pt
J Corcoran. do J Hunter, llwaco
A Andrews, do B A Seaborg, do
G Woods, do A E King do
E C Eversham,01ym W Woodham, Port
DB Conser, " P Patterson, do
Princeton, Ills JGBigham, do
B J Mclvevitt, Cath C Young, do
D Lucy, Nehaleni J T Moody, Knappa
A L Parker, do P M Linquist, do
J C Davis, J Days R Loudan, J Days
M Dawneubara, S F A Smith, N Y
G Siebeubaum. do R B Dyer, Knapton
M Weil, do C A McGuire, Cut
J L Sullivan. do T Gortwiu, do
H A Slade,
do F Moran, 5 f
do P McCoy, do
do J Munziger, do
M Wertheimer. do J West do
A H Merrill, Ft S T Garrison, city
L A Loomis & wifo S Stoodly, Port
llwaco D W Prentice, do
WW Ward, do J W Cook, do
G W Goethals Van W D Smith, city
F R Coggshall.EurekP W Robinson,
Al Rahls, Port Mt Coffin.
Hosiery, Hosiery, Hosiery!
The latest novelties In ladies and
childrens hosiery at I'raol Bros'.
Boats For Sale.
Joe Leathers has two fine boats for
sale at the boat shop, one block ves.t of
Hansen Bros.' mill.
I'sr. Dlmmltt Cousli llnlsntu.
W. W. Balterton, Columbia. Mo.,says:
"I cannot say ton much for Dimniitt's
Cough Balsam, for it always cure my
cnildren of croup and myself and family
of coughs and colds." At V. E. De
ment & Co.'s.
Catarrh cured, health and sweet
breath secured by Slnloh's Catarrh Hem
tdy. Price f0 cents, Masai Injector free.
For .sale by V. E. Dement.
Ro-coc Dixon's new eating house
is now open. EveryMiing has been fit
ted up in first-class style, and 111 - well
known reputation as a caterer assures
all who like good things to eat that ai
his place they can be accommodated.
SliilohV Vitahzer wnat you need
for Constipation, Los of Appetite, Diz
ziness and all symptoms of Dyspepsia,
or.,., in and 75 cents per bottle. Sold
by W. E. Dement
AH the patent medicines advertised
in this paper, together with the choicest
perliimery, and toilet articles, etc can
be bought at the lowest prices, at J. V.
Conns drug store, opiosite Ociden
Sleepless Nights, made miserable
by that terrible couuh. Shilob's Cure is
the remedy tor you. Sold by V- E. De
ment Shilob's Catarrh Remedy a posi
tive cure for Catarrh, Diptiieriu and
Canker Mouth. Sold by W. E. Dement
Have Wistars balsam of wild cherry
always at hand. It cures coughs, coldh.
bronchitis, whooping cough, croup, in
tluer.za, consumption, and all throat and
lung complaints. 50 cents aud.Sl a bot
tle. Sick Headache, Pain in the Back and
Limbs, Biliousness, Blotches. Boils and
Pimp es entirely cured by Win. Pfun
der'.s Oregon Blood Purifier.
Siiiloh'.h Cukk will immediately
relieve Croup, whooping cough and
Bronchitis. Sold by W. E. Dement
Shilob's Cough ana Consumption
Cure is sold by us on guarantee. It
cures consumption. Sold by W. E. De
JL all part es knowing themselves to be hi
de 'ted to me to make immediate settleim Lt
Notice to the Pubjic.
NOTICE It HEREBY GIVEN THAT I
will not be lesiNiusibe fir any debts
contracted in ray uame without a written
order from me.
Astoria. January 24th, 1881.
IX LOTS TO SUIT, FR iM 5 ACRES TO
40 acre tract In S. w. corner of Cbas.
Stevens' D. C. Tirle -perfect. For particu
lars Inquire at office of N. I. Raymond. City
iiaii ; or on tne premises 01 o. D. loung.
Astoria, Nov. 3d. 16R3.
A COOK BY PROFESSION, IS WANTED
at Fisherton Cannery.
Tacoma Ledger please copy.
S. ARNDT & FERUHEN,
ASTORIA. - OREGON.
The Pioneer Machine Shop
AND ' fStf
Atl kinds of
Promptly aHemlca u.
A -iwclalty mail of repairing
POUT OK J.A KAY KITE STREET
Fresh Fruits and Vegetables.
In Welch's New Building
SASH AND DOOR FACTORY,
AND PLANING MILL.
A full ."took of home manufactured goodi
roriitautly on hatiil.
Special Attention given to Orders.
All work suarH!ititl. Your patronage so
The Oregon tmprovement Co.
Now have lor sale at the new Uuukers.
For Douieitlc use, cle.iu,
For Steam use, avenuro.
$7.30 per ton ot
$ii.50 per ton of
ForSti'amuse.screenlngs. $4.30 per tou of
Also constantly on hand Firtt-cla
For Klacksmitli use, at market rates.
E. A. NoYES.
The Best Beer 5 cts a Glass.
Hot Lunch every Day from i'i to 12 A. 51
The bwi of Liquors and Ciiran. on hand.
A deservedly popular place of social resort.
Cigars, Tobacco and Cigarettes
Meerschaum and Brier Pipe3,
GENUINE ENGLISH CUTLERY
Revolvers and Cartridges.
R. M. LEATHERS
Mr rpopened his boat shop, over Arodt &
FerchenV. foot of IiFayctte stieet, mid U
prepared to turn out
AIjLi WO Kit GUAICA.VrEED.
G. A. STINSON & CO.,
At Capt. Rogers old stand, corner of Cass
and Court streets.
Ship and Cnnnerj work. Horseshoeing.
Wagons m:ide :unl repaired. Oood work
FURNISHED ROOMS TO LET.
& T MKS. GKO. IHLLEK'S, NEXf DOOR
i. to We3 on Hotel.
CITEt'K NO. 93 . DRAWN BY TUE
undersigned on I. W C;uj banKer. As
toria, Ore , payable 10 o ilur of Scaly, Mason
& Co. to amount of S39 W, h:t ing bet-n lost It
appears, all parlies are caut.out d against
uegotiat ng for said check, as payment of
Its iae value has hem stopped and no val
ue attache to said check, unless presen ed
by said Scaly, M sou & Co , or their t rder.
properly endorsed bereou. HtJME
Astoria. Oreijoti. January 25, 1S-L
A. V. Allen,
Wholesale and Betall Dealer in
Glass and Plated Ware,
TROPICAL AND DOMESTIC
FRUITS AND VEGETABLES.
Wines, Liquors ,Tobacco,Cigars
STATE AND COUNTY TAXES A RE NOW
due and payable at my office.
S SiMHI Clatsop C.
FOARD k STOKES.
SIZE, SHAPE, QUALITY,
STYLE OE PRICE,
OBEGON BLOOD PURIFIER
KIDNEY AND LIVER DISEASES.
And various Female Complaints
induced by Bad and Defective
Circulation of the Blood.
Prlcc.SI 00 per Bottle. Mix for 95 M
A. M. JOHNSON.
C. J. JOHNSON.
Astoria Sail Loft.
SAILS, TENTS, AWNINGS,
Aud everything else pertaining to our
Lowest Price and Best Work
For your Money,
At the Old Stand.
Leave your orders and Ret your work
done at once.
JOHNSON 4 CO.
CHAS, A. MAY
New Store, New Stock
Toys, Fancy Gooda,
Tobacco and Cigars.
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC
A FINE ASSORTMENT.
Squeraoquu street, next door to the Empire
IMPORTED AND DOMESTIC.
THE BEST BRANDS OF TOBACCO.
Cor. Squeraoqua and Olney Streets, Astoria.
FIVE HUNDRED CORDS DRY HEM
lock Wood, which I will deliver at Um
houses ot customers for Ha cord,
laying or all kind SEw?
Comic Valentines !
Dry Goods am
NEXT 30 DAYS
I will offer my STOCK of CLOTHING at GREATLY REDUCED
PRICES in order to reduce previous to stock-taking;
For the Next 30 Days.
Hats and Gaps
m r h nn
The Leading Dry
.jgpFor special Dry Goods Adyeriisiim.Mit see Dailtj Indepcndent.2
FIRST QUALITY LUMBER.
IS IN THE FIELD AND PROPOSES TO
We will take orders for lumber from 100
to fOO M., at the mil or delivuicil.
We also inanutucture laib and shingles of
Flooring a Specialty .
Address all orders
WESTI'ORT MILL CO.
.3. C, ilKNNKK. Supt.
Scarf Pins. Chains, Watches,
Of every description.
The finest stock of Jewelry tn Astoria.
STAIl goods warrantedasrepresented
GUSTAV HANSEN, JEWELER.
CloMn Hals, Gents' Fmiisl(oofls
Begins To-day at the Occident Store.
Will Continue for 20 Days Only.
Men's Overcoats Reduced, Youth's Overcoats Reduced,
Business Suits Reduced, Dress Suits Reduced,
Hats Reduced, Furnishing Good's Reduced.
D. A. McINTOSH,
TAILOR. CLOTHIER, HATTER and GENT'S FURNISHER
Suits made to
Order, in Fi e
Style fn m 880
npnaid, :ind a
Neat Fit guar
M. D. KANTS
III Jrl I
I I III n
I III U' 1
v "5 1 r a
t A 131
FINK I)KKB3 SPITS.
Goods and Clothing
Magmis C. Grosby
HARDWARE, IRON, STEEL,
Iron Pipe and Fittings,
Plumbers and Steam Filters
Goods and Tools,
SHEET LEAD STRIP LEAD
IJIjjl and Copper.
Cannery anil Fishermens Supplies
Stoves. Tin Ware and House
JOBBING IN SHEET IRON, TIN. COP
PER PLUMBING and STEAM FITTING
Done with r.eatncss and dispatch.
None Out first class workmen employed.
&. large assortment of
iToatMiitlv on tiand
Clearance Sale of
BJ 'ITERS !,
Wilmerding & Co., San Francisco.
Loeb & Co., Agents, Astoria.