0 . . ASTORIA, OREGON, FRIDAY,' MAY 23, 1384: ' PRICE, FIVE CENTS. VOL. XXI, XO. 10. A GENUINE BULL-FIGHT. Tne Cowboys Testing The Mettle of Their HerJ. There had been considerable chaf fing, variegated Tvith especially lurid ilhistraiibng of the possibilities of profanity, on the merits of the two bulls, and for peveral nights the smoke hung low over the camp fire3, as if listening, too awe-stricken to rise,, to the various stories of their prowess in former struggles. Mur cheson's men were to the westward of the trail, but they came over to Zingman's round-up, two miles to the ejpt, every evening to talk over their buii, and speculate on the chancea if Zingman's men felt the spirit of own ership in anything they want to pit against him. But Zingman's people hesitated. They had a bull, Texas, which had killed everything he had tackled, and they thought it an un fair -advantage to turn -him loose against so manifestly an inferior ani mal as Murcheson's 1'Wild Bill," though they couldn't call to miud any other animal they were willing to risk money on. Thib7position broke up the poker gained 'and gave ripe to some pro nounced polemics. If wind could have settled the dispute it would have been decided In favor of both - sides. Belying on the anecdotes re lated of each, one would suppose that a contest between them could only result in the termination of time. Murcheson's men were a unit in the statement that on one occasion ""Wild Biliiad rushed his adversary down, and, unable to stop his headway, had gone home with a Baptist church on his horns. Zingman's people conced ed the possibility of thi-, but main tained and proved conclusively by the testimony of each other that 'Texas" had on one occasion picked up an earthquake on his horns and held it there until it agreed never to visit that section again if he would let it go. On this htate of facts it was obvious that nothing but a meet ing could definitely determine the su periority, and the duel was arranged for Sunday morning. The fight was to come off on neutral ground, mid way between the two herds. Every cowboy was to have his weapons be hind him, a judicious prrcautioa, since the cowboy pibtol has a super natural method bf discharging itself, without reference to material causes. Each side was to remain behind its own bull, and neither to approach the fracas closer than 300 jards, the winners to take all the money to be found on the persons or in the pos session of the losers. Bright and early Sunday morning, the grass still shining in thojlew, and XBM guu'gomm'Bymu vvwrj ivar ise of a glorious prairie day, the bulls were cut out of their respective herds and driven to the battle ground. A man who has never seen a Texas ,bnll doesn't know how much fight can oe tiea up in one niae. oirong and wiry, not .too heavy in the flank, short of horn and quick in action, he was built to fight, and contrives to .-discharge his mission without involv ing himself in the slightest unneces sary complication. Lashed to mad ness by the whips of the cowboys laid on meroilessly to arouse their rage, the two "bulls came in sight of each other, and the backers withdrew. JBy nature a Texas bull is all tho time as mad as he can get, until he sees another bull, then the thermometer othis wrath goes to boiling point "As they spied each other their heads went down and their tails up. They approached slowly and with a sinuous motion, pawing the ground and moaning. "Texas" appeared a little the larger of the two, and he was as fully as active as his foe. A Jbrnndred paces apart they fairly sprang from the earth, and the bel low and the crash of meeting min gled together as the ground trembled -beneath them. "Texas1' had tho best of it, for "Wild Bill" reooiled to his haunches, but the game little bull re covered first, and in the next attack gored "Texas" under the head, near Jy,reacbing his throat The onslaught "was sib unexpected that ' Texas," still dased by the first shook, failed to counter on iiis adversary. But the next rush found him prepared, and nexeceived his enemy full on the Jfag&iead, driving him again to his launches. Before "Bill" could rally 'Texas" had raised the flesh off his nigh fore-shoulder bone." The smell of his own blood crazed the little bull, and his next dash was not straight He struck Texas ob .liquely, throwing up the head of the latter, and then turning, before he had passed, he ripped up the b'"g bull's off fore-leg. catching him behind the shoulder and tearing out the muscles, cords "and tendons. Though badly lamed, Texas was not vanquished. Once more he bore the little bull "down, but Bill was the least injured of the two, and, struggling to his feet, he buried a horn in the old wound. It is doubtful if he knew what damage he- had done, for he was halt blind with his adversary's blood. Texas awaited tho next rush where he stood, nor was he kept in suspense. Bill was at him in a mom ent, but the big .bull, sadly hurt, windedtand tired, held his head high, and Bill caught him between the fore-legs, ripping him to the neck be fore he tore away. Then "Texas" turned, and a shout from his backers announced his do feat With a yell of victory and derision Murcheson's men dashed down and drove their bull back to the herd. Three hours later the two herds were in motion again, but 3Xur "mboVs people were enriched to the xtent of all cash whereof Zingman's men had been seized at the time the duel began. staggering slowly and painfully -down the trail, "Texas'1 limped while uhis way back to the ranch from lgoh"she cam He couldn't go 6k to, his herd, for the 'cows will trore a defeated bull to death. There was no effort to bind up his wounds; ,. jiiwyidicln't-even offer to lead him to water. And so alone he wandered .A-ma.Vi beaten, disgraced and griev- i.1.a .mhmmia a.W i. m ltf-41.1 ?li1n JT WUIUIUCU) OUU 1U Ik llkklU IT UMO loittoa Bight in the dust that bJM0B&-tfleJiraine' CONGRESSIONAL. HOUSE. WAsmsoTox. May 2L The house resumed consideration of the Indiana election case of Eng lish vs. Peelle. . Blackburn supported the claims of contestee. After considerable debate Peelle addressed the house in his own be half, and English's claims were advo cated by Hurd, Springer, Henley and Converse. Hart then offered as a substitute for the majority resolution the reso lution of the minority, confirming the right of Peelle to the seat During progress of the vote there was a great deal of interest mani ested. English sat at hi 3 desk in the first row, and kept tally. Looking over his shoulder stood his father, and a number of members, watching each vote in tently. At the conclusion, when it was evi dent the resolution was agreed to, Springer, who had voted in the nega tive, changed his vote to the affirm ative, for the purpose of moving a re consideration. The vote was then announced yeas 121, nays 117 Springer immediately moved a re consideration, and Hart moved to lay that motion on the table, pending which Converse moved to adjourn, and the motion was carried yeas 119, najs 118, amid applause on the Demo cratic sido. SENATE. Washington, May 2l. A number of petitions were pre sented and referred, protesting against any governmental assumption of tole graph service. Harrison presented a counter peti lion, setting forth that the Western Union Company's employes ore en gaged in getting signatures to peti tions in opposition to the postal tele graph. The resolution calling on tho presi dent for information concerning tho appointment of commissioners to ex-1 amine certain sections or tneiSortu- its usual concomitants dspeiin aid ncr ern Pacific railroad was referred tovyusns Is seldom derivable f.ora the use Mia ;tiri;n;DT.rr nnmmiftiift ,MO on of a nouilihiusj diet aud stimuli of nppetUe, Uie judiciary committee jeas , unaided. A mediclnr that will effect a re nays 23. nunaloltb specific obstacle to reaped The following bills were rmssed: 8100,000; Opalousas, La., 50,000; Portland, Oregon, $250,000: Sacra mento, 8100,000; Davton, Ohio, 150, 000: Springfield, Ohio, $100,000. The above sums include the cost of sites and buildings. Tho Utah bill was laid aside, and tho bill establishing a bureau of la bor statistics wai taken up. Pending action, -unanimous consent! im ov wmeagr-j put, a numuar ui bills for bridges upon passage, and they passed, including one author izing the Bellingham Bay Railroad and Navigation Company to build bridges in tho territory of Washing ton. After an executive session the sen ate adjourned. '1 ho lleportcr's Shield. "Much virtue in 'If,'" quoth Touchstone. Had the jester lived till now bo would have found more virtue iu "Alleged." The word is the reporter's shield. He goes forth to the hunt armed with it It is as much a part of his equipment as his pen, and quite as essential. Without it ho is timid. Behind it ho is val iant. Were the word suddenly blot ted out of tho vocabulary, a revolu tion in tho character of journalism would follow; the spirit of onterprise which now pervades the rank and file of the profession would be wofully embarrassed; tho public would suffer greatly for want of information; facts would not be known until they were accomplished. "Alleged" is a speoial product of the nineteenth century and must take high position along with other im portant inventions of the era. In the olden times a statement either embraced a truth or a lie. These were the grand classifications. Your "Alleged" strikes a medial line, and wo now liave throe genera truths, lie3 and allegations. The newspaper that tells a lie makes fees for the sheriff; but the newspaper that finds a lie in circulation and re ports it, under tho protecrion of "al leged," escapes oensure and assault The word is often made to serve scan dalous purposes, but all blessings are liable to abuse; it has a most useful employment, and it must not be con demned for its sins without its vir tues be first reckoned. Calling On The Lord. Our county is in debt some $45,000, and our scrip is selling at a big dis oount, and for God's sake let us look about us and see where wo are before wo get in any deeper. Seattle Post Intelligencer. A Gorman philosopher says that "if man is tho final product of Nature the best, highest and most beautiful she can evolve then Nature herself is a blunder." But man is not the best and most beautiful product she can evolve or has evolved. Did the German philosopher never see an American woman ? o, SIR. A chap called O'Donovan Bossa, A faxnons hot cannon-ball tossa. Heehaws dynamite, And spoils for a fight, Bat endanger his life will he? Nossa. A Nasal Injector Jree with each bottle of Shiloh's Catarrh Remedy Price ISO cents. Sold bv Y. E. Dempnt The Weekly Astorian OUT Tills Morning In Wrappers ready for Mailing. Price,- - - Tm.Qents. spwrn GERMiNREMElrt ilhst. CURES Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Sciatica, Lumbago, Backache, HeadacheTooUuche, Son Throat, SwcUlagv Spralnn. BruUc, Bares, Scald, krott litre, 15B AIL OTHXB BODILY MISS ASD ACHES. Sail t Drnitfiu tad DmIoi ernTwbert. FiSr Cau a tmult. Olnctloct In II Luucnaeat. THE CTIAnLES A, VOOELEB CO. . n.iuuuuiiw) tuuun,b,i,i. W . STOMACH ITTEFS huSetnKfniin a ccnerai TOnt or tou,. and Regeneration for Enfeebled S) stems healtn and Igor, thatlsa genuine corn ciie. For sale by all Drugulsts and Dealers Kener Iiy. TUTT'S PILLS TORPlft BOWELS, DISORDERED LIVER, and MALARIA. 1 rom these sources arise taree-fonrths or tho diseases of the human raoe. These symptoms indicate thoir existence: Lou of AppetitCf Bowels oottlre, Sick Headache, fullncts after eat lug, aversion to exertion of body or spirits, Afeoling before the eyes, highly colored Urine.COWSTlPATlOW.anildemand the use of a remedy that acts directly on the Liver. AsaLlvorrnodlclnoTUTT'S 1'IXLS have no equal. Their action on the Kidneys and Skin is also prompt; removing all impurities through these three scavengers of the system," producing appetite, sound digestion, regular stools, a clear skin and a vig orous body. TUTT'SPlIiIJcauaono nausea or griping nor interfere with dally work and are a perfect ANTIDOTE TO MALARIA. bolueTerywfcerefctf. Office 41 MurrnvSt.N X. TUTTS HAIB DYE. GKATlLun on "Whiskers changed in stantly to a Glossy Black by a singlo application of this Dte. Sold by Drug data,orsentbypxpros3 on receiptor U. Office, 44 ilurrav Street, New York. nrXTB iLUTtJAL CP TCETUIi EI5HPT3 I2L THE LATEST STYLtS WALL "PAPER AT B. B. FRANKLIN'S, NEXT DOOR TO ASTORIAN OFFICE. A very large Stock from which to select. Window curtains made to order. JSTMy patent Trimmer to out Wall Paper will be ttmnd convenienl to my patrons. Boat Building. JOS P. LEATHERS Fonnerlrorer Arndt & Frcfaen Machine Shot IS BUILDIN'G FIRST-CLASS BOATS IX the hnp formerly occupied by M. John son on C -ncomlv street, one block wet of Rinnan Broi' Mill. Modrl, JIaterlal and FIhIkIi Fii-t-rl:iR. SAIKT x&Afiir's HOSPITAL, ASTORIA, OREGC mms INSTITUTION, UNDER CARE OP JL the Sisters of Chant), Is now roidy foi the reception of patients. rrivate rooms for the accommodation oi any desiring them. Patients admitted at all horns, day or night. No phjsician has exclusive riht, een patient fc free to and has the priulexeof cmplojiiiK any phjsician they prefer. United State 21arlne Seamen who pay Hospital Due, are enti tled to Free care and attendance at this Hos pital durlnp sickness. Permits must be ob tained tor united States Marluos at the Cus torn House. SlRTKrW ok Charit PLUMBING! Yon will do well to call on RlinnnPW tWheeler& nuuuuun iiobb'B. for Tapping and Putting Jn of TVater Pipes. IT WILL PAY YOU ASTORIA LIQUOR STORE, AUG. DANIELSON, - - Proprietor. KebHlltaad Befitted Throashont. The Best of vriXE.s.LiqroRjt, and cigakb For a Good Cigar, eall for one of "Danielson's Best." Corner West 9th and Water Streets, Astoria. n9-&n if' CELEBRATED iX Hardware ai Ship Chandlery A. VAN DUSEK & CO.. Hardware, and Ship Chandlery, Pure Oil, Bright Varnish, Binacle Oil, Cotton Canvas, Hemp Sail Twine, Cotton Sail Twine, Lard Oil, Wrought Iron Spikes, Galvanized Cut Nails, Agricultural Implements, Sewing Machines, Patuts and OIIn. Groceries, olc. First Class Blacksmithing AT LOW EATE3 AT Gilbert Christiansen's HORSESHOEING Done on Scientific Principles by an At Hufseshoer who u3trautee9 WOOD WORK. General Blacksmithing Done And SATISFACTION ASSl'RED, at Ills Shop, in rear or Aug. lUnieLson's Saloon. BOAT SAILS AT Lowest Prices, NOT GIVEN AWAY, but made at lowest LIVIN'cj l'RIOES. -All-work don-atrtn d.iu Loft GUAR ANTKED to gie perfect satls- 1&CI41HI. SAIL LOFT On Chenanms btreet. next door to AstorlA Bakery. J. HESS. Wilson & Fisher, . SHIP CHANDLERS. DKALKK3 IN Iron, Steel, Coal, Anchors, Chains.- TARr PlTattf&KKttmrr -Sti NAILS AND SPIKES, Shelf Hardware, Faints and Oils STEAM PACKING, PROVISIONS. FLOUR AND IMIIX FEED. Agents for Salem Fleuring: Mills, and Capita) Flour. FAIRBANKS STANDARD SCALES. All sizes, at Portland Prices, In Stock. Corner Chenamus and Hamilton Street: ASTORIA. OREGON. CLATSOP MILL COMPANY Manufacturers and Dealers in Lumber, Salmon Trays, BOXHS, ETC. OFFICE AND MILL, CORNER SALMON AND CEDAR STREETS. ASTORIA OrrjC'm $67,000,000 Capital! Liverpool and London and Globe. North British and mercantile Of London and Edinburgh. Old Connecticut of Hartford, COMMERCIAL OF CALIFORNIA Fire Insurance Companies, ReprescHUig a CaplLU of $67,000,000. A. VAN DU3EN. Asent. H, B. PARKER it ea i nit is Hay, Oats, and Straw, Brick. Cement, ancl Sand. Wood Delivered to Order. D raying, Teaming, and Express Business dealer IX W1NES, L'QUORS AND CIGARS. FIR8T-t'L.A8. SOMETHING YOIT WANT. A NEAT MAP OF ASTORIA. Warranted Cerrect: Lithographed and Mouuted; showing all btreeta, Numbered and Accurately Marked. Price but 85. Also, a MAP OF THE BAR. I mm Govern ment Surrey, and endorsed. as ofllclally cor rect. Price 5, Both Map for 88, But a limited gup.ilv, so call early, at the office of BOZOETii a JOHs S. Notice IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT ALL CITY As sessment blanks must be returned to the office of the city assessor before the 2ud Inst, or no Indebtedness will be allowed. GEO. P. WHEELER. .,t t City Assessor. D.H.WELCHPputy. HOTELS AND RESTAURANTS. PA-ftKER HOUSE, H. B. PAMfLEM. Prop.. ASTORIA; . - OREGON. AI. CROSBY, run. bowers. Day Clerk Nlght Cleric. First Class in all Eespects. FREE COACH TO THE HOUSE. Campi Restaurant NEW ASD WELL EQUIPEB Til HOUGH OUT. L. Serra has rebuilt his establishment ard Is prepared, to accommodate-the traveling public i A good meal furnished at any hour oX the dav or night, i he finest Liquors and.Cigar3.at tha bar. Two doors west-ul Ie hosiers. uS-Cin 1LUIGI SERRA. Fief es Mer Lie ! AXD J-E F F OF TEE CHOP HOUSE Can pro e by his books' that hf Is doing the biggest business of any RESTAURANT Iu the city, and he villi guarantee to giro the best meal for cash. MARKETS. WAS1IIXGM MARKET, Main Ueet, Astoria, Orejcoa. BEKGH l. BEKBY, FK0PKIETOK3. RESPECTFULLY CALL THE ATTEN tion of the public to the-fact that the above Market wQl always be supplied with a FULL YABIETr AND .BEST QUALITY FRESH AND CURED MEATS 1 ! Which will be sold at lowest rates, whole sale and retail. &r Special attention given to suppljlng ships. UfVATT THnMP.C.fl.N ?a?3Mrs-S58C3UCC-l DEALERS IN FRESH AND CURED MEATS, CHOICE GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, Crockery and Glassware. Mill Feed,Eto, Pacific Market. N. DAVICH & CO. - - Proprietors. Leave Your Orders for Fish, Game, Eggs, Butter, VEGETABLES, ETC. We furnish ProvLsIons. Freeh and In Good Condition. Dres-ed Chickens Vegetables, and Market Produce of all kinds in season. A Fine Mock of Family W.nes, Liquors, CIg irs and Tobaccos. STAR MARKET. WHERRY & COMPANY, Fresli and Cured Meats, VegetalDleB, FRUITS, BUTTER, and EGGS. OPPOSITE OCCIDENT HOTEL, CHENAMUS Street. Astoria, Og G. H. BAIN & GO, DE.VLERS KT Doors, Windows, Blinds, Transoms Turning, Bracket Work. Sliop Work. A specialty, and all work guaranteed. Oak, Ash, Bay, and Walnut lumber ; Ore' Kon and Port Orford Cedar. All kinds of bocit material on hand. C n.BAIX A CO. T. G. RAWLINGS. Wholesale aud Retail Dealer in Tropical, Domestic. Greenand Dried FRUITS. NUTS. CANDIES.DR1ED MEATS, ETC. Flue Cigars and Tobacco. Next door to I. J. Arrold's, Sqnemoqua St. Brewery Beer Saloon. The Best.Beer 5 cts a Glass. Hot, Lunch every Day from 10 to Vt A.M " The best of. Iiquon and Cigars on nand. A deservedly popular place of social resort. GSO. HILLEB. mm STOi&DAHl BAR OOF&ER, OARS, Groceries, Provisions, MILL FEED, Etc. Ehuae'0 Bulging. Astoria. Or. S. ARNDT & FERCHEN, ASTORIA. - OREGON. The Pioneer Machine Shop BLACKSMITH SHOP Boiler Shop All kinds of ENGINE, CANNERY, Ain STEAMBOAT WORK Promptly attended to, A specialty mads of repairing CANNERY DIES, FOOT OF LAFAYETTE STREET. ASTORIA IRON WORKS. Be2Jton Street, Neae Parkkk House. ASTORIA, - OREGON. GENERAL MACHINISTS AND BOILER MAKERS. iiEalMraGIHES SjciM'Jte-- -riMo t - m. f Boiler Work, Steamboat Work and Cannery Work a spe cialty. Or all Description! made to Order at Short Kotlre. A. D. Wasb, President. J. G. HCSTLEB.Secretary, I. W. Cask, Treasurer. JOHK Fox.Superintendent. BOATS AND TENTS H w Q S 3 o 0 O sr 3 o o 4 o 2"a ? 1 S" P Ul P o cr M S3 2! 5" o ci c E a. 3- 3 (Ft a S. 3 s. S" 5- CO o 2- !T 9 3! ? O O a-s-la 3 o o 3 o cr o Si 3 0- c O .88 v: ; FLAGS. ETC ETC. IO.OOO BOTiLE-. SOLQ Great Northwestern Remedy. TAKE IT W.PFUNDER'S. Oregon BLOQDPoRiFiEa WDNEVa-UVERriSEAStS. DYSPEPSIA - ri irr PWPUS.BLOTC8ESANDSK1H DISEASES. EADACH iXJSTJVENESS These who work pariv and l.ifn hpq i n wholesom-, reliable ilediclna like Pfander'i Or(fo Blood Parlfler. A9 a remeih and preTentailvenf illsaies it cannot be heat. It clipckn RkeoBatlura and Malaria, relieve CoasUpatlon, Dyspepsia and Biliousness and nuUfresheue gy Into the system bv making New Rick Blood. All Druirelsrs and Deal ers keep it. 3L00 bottles 6 for $5.00. Garnahan & Go. SUCCESSORS TO I. W. CASE, IMPORTERS AND WHOLESALE AN1 RKTAIL DEALERS IN fiENERAL MERCHANDIS1 Corner Chenamus and Cass streets. ASTORIA - - - OKT50 Magnus C. Crosby Dealer in IARDWABE, EON, STEEL, Iron Pipe and Fittings, STOVES, TINWARE AND HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS SHEET LEADSTR!P LEM SHEET IRON. PlXX, AND Copper. BUSINESS CARDS. O. F. JTcCOBJLAC, AttTnrrum3cllra& Law " Booial2VOddFeUoW3"BalldIng: ASTORIA. - TJEO.-AT DOBTST TMBO. 2TOCAXD If OLAHD fc BOXftlS, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Office in Kinney's Block, opposite City Hall, Astoria, Oregon. Q" B. THOMSON, Attorney and Counselor at Law. Room No. 6, over White Hoaie, v, ASTORIA. OBEUON. o. w. pojaojr." o. c. zctaox. FUX.TOII BBOTHEBS, ' - ATTORNEYS A.T LAW. Rooms 5 and 6, Odd Fellows Bnlldi&g: T Q..A.BOWI1BT. ATTORNEY AT LAW, Cheaamm treet; - - ASTORIA. OREGON JOSEPH A. GLLX, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. -Qmcfl with J. Q A. Bowlby. ASTORIA, ----- Oregon. Q J. CUftTIS, ATTT AT LAW. Notan Public, Commlsaloner of Deeds for Calirorula, New York and Washington -Territory Rooms 3 and 4. Odd FeUows Buildta. A tona.OreKon. N.B -Claims at Washington. D. O, and coRectlons aspeclalty. IjJ C. UOL.DK2V, NOTARY PUBLIC, AOCTIONELR, COMMIfaSION AND IN 8URANCE AGENT. C. W. IiElCK, AECHITECT AND DRAUGHTSMAN. Scholars received for Course of Draughting -Office over White House Store. Q.EJLO P. PARK Kit. SURVEYOR OF Clatoep ConBty.au 4 City er Astoria Ortlce : Chenamus street, Y. M. C. A. hall RoomNo.8. Q B HVNO-N MAKTJLV, 31, 1 - Ar - 'plPT. - -QSKGOK. Office -Room 12. Odd Fellows Building. RKfliDEhCE -Hume's bnllding, up stairs. JAY TUTTliK, M. D. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Office Rooms 1, 2, and 3. Pythian Build ing. RESiDENCE-On Cedar Street, back of St. ilaiy's Hospital. F. P. HICKS. A.E.8HAW. dicks smw, ' DENTISTS Rooms In Allen's Building, up stairs, cor ner Cas and Squemuqua streets. Astoria. Oregon. Bozorth & Johns, Real Estate and Insurance Agents, and Brokers. ASTORIA, Oregon. Buy and sell all kinds of Real Estate and represent the following Fire Insurance Coiipuues : Scottish Union and Na tional, assets 33,ooo,COo Phoenix of Hartford " 4 MujqOo Home of New York, ' 1 jxufiio -Hamburg and Bremen. " Sjkaqgo Western. ' 300,1-uO Phenix or Brooklyn. " AjoOofioa uaklai.d ll me, " SfiV) Policies wrn ten by us In the Phosulx asd Home and Scottish Union and National at rquitable rates. BANKING AND INSURANCE! I. W. CASE, Broker, Banker, and Insur ance Agent, ASTORIA, - OREGON. OFFICE HOURS : From 9 o'clock A. 31. until 3 o'clock P. M. B. S. Worsley, AUCTIONEER AND COMMISSION MERCHANT S-Offlce and "Ware Rooms on Squemoqua Street, next door to corner of Olney. Advancements made on Consignments No liarce for tor axe of GfHislfl. GEOEGE LOVETT, Tailoring, Cleaning;, Repairint NEAT, CHEAP AND QUICK. Mala St.. opposite N. Loeb's, Astoria, r. G. A. STINSON & CO., BLACKSMITHING, At Capt. Rogers old stand, comer ot Ca and Court streets. 8hlp and Cannery work. Horseshoeing. Wagons made and repaired. Good work naranteed. NOTICE. Boat Sails to be Given Away Tkre Private Fishermea Can get NEW MAlNSAItSfornexto ga in? by calling on. . A. L JuHNQN, fe -&'