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VOL. XXII, NO. 61.
THE PENALTY OF KUXNIXtt 1011
Charges Wlihh the (iowiuir Imvs
Buffalo, July 22. The Editing
Telcgrajih publishes a three-column
story about Governor Cleveland's
private life. The paper pi in is a ions
communication, accusing him of va
rious immoralities, and s:is the min
isters of this city and newspaper men
from elsewhere have been investigat
ing the matter. The 7' If graph says
the story is that Maria Halpcr vras
wronged by Cleveland. The woman
lost a responsible position she had
long held with Flint & Kent of this
city. The result of her relations
with the noted politician is a son,
now living, who bears the Governor's
image, it he does not bear his name.
The woman implored Cleveland to
redeem his pledge to marry her and
properly care for the child and its
mother. He put her off till her heart
grew sick. Her former female friends,
with two exception?, discarded her.
She was a -woman of culture, proud
spirit, and hitherto unblemished life.
She insisted that Cleveland should
marry her, but he refused, and .she
took to drink; she threatened the life
of Cleveland and the boy, and it is
charged that he procured the services
of Robert "Watts and another dctcel
itve to work up a case against her.
The Telegraph continues as fol fel fol
eows: "Naturally enough, Clevo
land'sdcsperatiou increased Finally
one night in the fall of 1877, one of
these detectives and a physician now
living in this city surreptitiously en
tered the rooms at 11 Genesee street,
where Maria Halper still lived with
her boy, who was at the time two and
a half years old. They forcibly seized
the mother, and, despite her cries and
stubborn resistance, tore her from
her baby, and rushed her down stairs,
violently dragged her into a hack
they had in waiting, and within an
hour landed her in the Providence
Lunatic Asylum, on Main street, near
Humboldt Park way. The shrieks of
the "woman and heartrending cries of
her baby aroused some ofjhe neigh
bors, but the work of abduction was
speedily done. There was no pre
tense of a legal warrant for the seizure
and the poor woman was landed in
an asylum without legal process. A
detective "who assisted in the work
told an acquaintance soon after that
he got less than 50 for the job and
said, the woman resisted so stoutly
that it took all his nerve and strength
to overpower her.
"Dr. William King, an honored citi
zen of Buffalo, -was then the attend
ing physician at the Providence asy
lum. When visited by a Telegraph
reporter he said he remembered!
TVfnrin !Tn1ror TTV ciil 1ir irnc I
brought to the asylum without war
rant or form of law. "When he exam-
ined her he found she was not insane.
She was drinking. The managers of
the asylum had no right to detain her
and she left in a few days: that is, as
soon as she chose. After her terrible
experience the wretched mother's lirst
innniw ?iffr lonvinrr 41m jmvlnm ivnc
for her baby. He had been spirited
away, but his mother's love and zeal j
was not to be so easily cheated and j
she soon discovered his location and
set on foot legal proceedings to re- j
cover him. An exposure of the in-,
famous conspiracy was feared and to '
avoid it the child was surrendered, j
Lawyer "Whitney, her attorney, cor
roborates her story and says the agree
ment was made in Cleveland's hand-,
writing, whereby Maria Halper was i
to receive S3,000 and surrender her
son, Oscar Folsom Cleveland."' i
The paper gives man' details of the j
occurrence and the publication has ,
created a sensation. j
AiiBAXV, July 22. Governor Cleve-'
land indignantly denies the story pub-!
lished in the Buffalo Evening Till-'
ejraph concerning his inner life. Ho '
declined to say anything other than '
that the story was rehashed for cam- i
paign purposes from an old ex-!
ploded concoction. The governor's
uess lnenus anu suite omciuis ueciure
that the Maria Halper episode is one
that could be brought against any
man if money was used. They de
nounce the story as unworthy of
credence and hatched by an irre
How a Cholera Patient Feel-.
The patient feels well up to within
a few hours of the attack, or it may
be, goes to bed and sleeps soundly
through the night, and immediately
on risimr in the innroinr- is seiznri
with violent purging and vomiting.
If jndiciousry treated many patients!
recover from this, the first stage of
cholera; but if neglected, the tenden
cy of this disease is to grow rapidly
worse. The patient complains of in
tense thirst and a burning heat at
the pit of the stomach; he suffers al
so excruciating pain from cramps in
the muscles of the extremities: he is
terribly restless; and hia urgent cry
is for water to quench his thirst, and
that someone might rub his limbs,
and thus relieve the muscular spasm.
The pulse is rapid and very weak,
the respirations are hurried, and the
patient's voice becomes husky. His
countenance is pinched, and the in
tegument of his body feels inelastic
and doughy, while the skin of his
hands and feet becomes wrinkled
and purplish in color. The duration
of this, the second stage of cholera, is
very uncertain it may last for two
or three hours only, or may continue
for twelve or fifteen hours; but so
long as the pulse can be felt at the
wrist there are still good hopes of
the sick person's recovery. The weak
er the pulse becomes, the nearer the
patient is to the third, or collapse,
stage of cholera, from which probably
not more than thirty-five per cent re
cover. In the third stage of the dis
ease the vomiting and purging con
tinue, although in a mitigated form;
and the skin is covered with a clam
my perspiration, especially if the
cramps are still severe. The patient
remains terribly restless, longing on
ly for sleep, and that he may be sup
plied with water. His intellect is
clear; but he seldom expresses any
anxiety regarding worldly affairs, al
though folly conscious of the dan
gerous condition he isjn. Sleep and
a plentiful supply of drinking-water
are the sole desires of a person pass
ing through a collapse stage of chol
era. This condition seldom lasts
more than twenty-four hours, and
reaction either commences within
that period or the patient dies in col
lapse, or passes on into the tepid
stage, which in ninety-nine cases out
of a hundred ends speedily in death.
CON'TKACT IiAIJOR UPHELD.
Nkw York, July 2i. Notwithstand
ing the recent authoritative state
ments regarding the increase of un
desirable foreign contract laborers in
Pennsylvania, both the Time? and
Herald this morning seem in favor of
the system. The Times says: "The
importation of men able and willing
to work under contract, to work out
their passage money, although it hor
rifies Blaine and Logan and the Cali
fornia hoodlums, is not a grave pub
lic danger." The I ft raid says: "The
condition of the mining regions of
Pennsylvania and Ohio will, doubt-
Jess, serve ltepubhcau stump speakers
as examples of what follows where la
lxr is permitted to bo imported under
contract. It is true labor which costs
SI 25 per day has been supplanted
by labor that is paid only G9 cents per
day. and even less; it is true that
this labor is supplied chiefly by Hun
garians; but only a small number have
been brought under contract. They
are good laborers, but cheap, and be
cause they are cheap are persecuted.'
the Herald admits that they don't
intend to stay in the country, and
send nearly all they earn out of it,
but asks is it meaut that the Repub
lican party is willing to shut out vol
The Evening Post joins its auti
Blaine contemporaries, the Times
and Herald, in declaring legislation
against contract labor impracticable,
if not impolitic. After admitting
that all the parlies this year are
thoroughly united against the system,
the Post says; "Contract labor is
simply another word for labor, and
the United Stales will deliberately
undertake to prohibit the immigra
when we see it" It says irenically: ,
"Belter adopt the anti-Chinese plan, i
"We forbid Chinese to come here, why
not Poles, Hungarians and Italians j
and any nation whose laborers are !
willing to work for too little pay?
SDIiKOVSKVS LOST MILLION'S.
New York, July 1L -The Sun has
the following sensatien: In 1830 the
Russian General Sulkovsky came to
America and soon became- a million-1
aire. In 1837 the general had depos-!
ited at a bank in Boston money,
stocks and shares amounting to S13,-
f 30,000. Two years later he died, J
leaving a will. It is not clear why
his heirs did not claim the inoney be-'
queathed to them immediately after
testator's death. In ISIS some of the .
relatives of the deceased general
tried to find and get possession of his '
fortune, but they did not succeed.
In 183R, many Poles, who claimed to
be near or remote relatives of the (
general, tried their utmost to find the '
will. They claimed to have learned '
that the general ordered in his will
that his money, with all interest,
should be undisturbed for fifty years j
from the date of will, and that those i
millions with interest for half a cen
tury were then to be distributed (in '
18SS) to his heirs. The death record
aud the record of the probate J
court, both at Boston aud in !
this city have been repeatedly '
searchedbut no traces of Snllovsky
and of his millions has been found j
anywhere, aud the czar s government
has been advised accordingly. But
the hosts of claimants are not satis-
fied. The nearer 18SS comes thei
more excited are Sulkovsky's heirs, j
There are about a dozen lawyers in I
the employ of the heirs. About two j
years ago the Russian consul of this
city published in the Sun an adver
tisement asking the American public ,
for auv information of General Sul
kovsky, but no definite information
GLOOM IX XAIlSEIIiXiES.
MAnsEHjLES, July 24. The aspect
here is becoming more sombre. Onry
one steamer arrives weekly from Al
geria, and the line to Syria is stopped.
South America packets have ceased
to call here. The custom office aud
quays are deserted. There are many
funerals during the night, burials be
ing performed by the aid of lanterns.
The mayor has interdicted all annual
affairs, and forbids a procession Au
gust 13. Official iuquiry into the
death of twelve sisters of charity and
almoaeis of the nunnery Retraile
showed that the last rites of the
church were performed over the body
of the first sister who became a vic
tim of the disease, and neither the
clothing nor the cell of the deceased
had been disinfected.
The following from an exchange
fully and clearly covers the subject:
"You have an undoubted right to
stop a newspaper when you feel dis
posed, upon the payment of all ar
rearages. Do not hesitate to do so
on account of 'tenderness' for the ed
itor. Don't yon suppose he would
stop buying sugar of you, or meat,
clothing or dry goods, etc., if he
thought he was not getting his mon
ey's worth? And why should you
not exercise the same privilege with
him? And when you discontinue a
paper do so manfully. Don't be so
spiteful as to throw it back to the
post-master with a contemptuous 'I
don't want it any longer!' and have
'refused' written on the margin, and
have the paper returned to the editor.
No gentleman ever stopped it in that
way, no matter if his head is covered
with gray hairs that should be honor
able. If you do not longer wish to
receive a newspaper, write a note to
the editor like a man, saying so; and
be sure that arrearages are paid.
This isthe way to stop a newspaper."
Maud Major, aged 19, has started a
paper in Dakota. Heaven help the
woman in her town who dresses bet
ter than Miss Major.
For lame Back, Side or Chest use
Shiloh's Porous Plaster, Price 25 cents.
For sale by W. E. Dement.
jl THE GREAT GERMAN
rtalieves led ccr
QUINS V, SWELLINGS.
Screen Cats, Snaii,
An! til clhfr IaMj ctc
JIFTT CST3 1 E0TH2.
SoIJbj all rrolUti tal
Dealers. DirrcUoul la II
(Scccttixi to A. Vcl k CV)
lUlUnora, 31-, U.S. A.
To the needs or tlic tourist, eommprchil
tr.neler anil new settler, Hvstettiu's Stom
ach liittrrs i peculiarly adapted, since it
.strengthens the lij;e.stie qrjrans. and braces
the phyMcal energies to tiiihealtnful Inthi
encei. It remoes and prevents malarial
fever, constipation, djspepsia, healthfully
stimulates tli kidnevs and bladder, and en
riches as well as purifies the biro. When
overcome by fatigue, hethr msital or
physical, the wean- and debili cted dnd it a
reliable source of renewed fitre gth and
comfort. Eor sale by all L racists and
Carnahan & Co.
I. W. CASE,
:y:v:m:hs .n iviiolesalp. and
"r.i'r l:in:iiniiK and insa streets.
-"! J A
$87,000,000 Capital !
Liverpool and London and Gtobe.
riorth British and Mercantile
Of London and Edinburgh.
Old Connecticut of Hartford,
COfVljyiERCIAL OF CALIFORNIA
Fire Insurance Companies,
Keprt-ont ng a Capital of S67,000 OOO.
Manufacturers and Dealers in
Lumber, Salmon Trays,
OFFIf'E AND MII.I., COltXElt SALMON
AND CEDAU STREETS.
ASTOltlA - - - On-.in.
J. W. EUDDOCK,
Practical Plumbing in All Its
Steam mid Gas Fixtures,
A Complete Stock of First-class Material.
All Work Guaranteed.
OHice and Shop in Hume's building, rear
of heeler Kou s, Astoria. Oregon.
FEANK H. LAIGHTON.
Fruits, Notions, Cigars
Water M. between West Sth
ami West Oth,
Tropical and Domestic Fruits per every
steamer. Nut?, Candies, etc.. at Iiighton's.
Eer thing Freh and Fiit-cl:i!y3.
SAYS THERE WILL BE
NO INCREASE OF PRICES
IN HIS CHOI' HOUSE
A NDTHAT HE 13 DETERMINED TO
IX. maintain his reputation for keeping the
best and che pest lte-taurant in town, even
at a loss to himself. Ahile the dull times last.
YonwlHiln nimnnnii if nn...i...
well to call on HUUIJUUK lioWs,tor
Tapping and Patting In of Water Pipes.
IT WILL PAY YOU
FIVE HUNDRED CORDS DRY HEM
lock Wood.vihichlwlll deliver at the
houses of customers for $4 a cord.
Drayingol all kinds done at rcasonabl
rates. K. R. MAltlON.
r iimrnnnTirnirn r-
H" CELEBRATED IW
FAST TIME! T FAST TIME!
J. THE TOPULAJl STEAMER
Which hai been refitted for the comfort of passengers will leave
Wilson & Fisher's Dock every
Monday. Wednesday and Friday at 6 A.M. arriving at Portland at 1 P.M.
f ; Returning leaves rortland even-
Tuesday and Thursday at 5 A.
JS-An additional trip will be made on
at O O'clock Siimlaj- loruing.
for Sound rorts. $
1!,!5. PAKKEB. Prop.. r
Night Clerk j
Eirsfc Class in all Respects.
FHEi: COACH TO THE HOUSE.
Fipres Sir Lie !
OP THE CHOP HOUSE
Can prove by his books that he is doiu the
bljrcost business of any,
In the city, and he will guarantee to x'im
the best meal for cash.
2I:i(n Micfl, Wnrl.i, Oregon.
i::::gu i. a kekby, I'iroi'niKTons.
DESPECTFCLLY CALL THE ATTEN
XX tiou of the public to the fact that the
above Market will always be supplied with a
FULL VAlllinT AND BEST QUALITY
FRESH AND CURED MEATS I !
Which will be sold at lowest rates, whole
sale and retail.
ZST Special attention given to snppl Injr
ran & Thompson.
FRESK AND CURED MEATS,
rockery and Glassware.
Mlill Peed, ZEJtc.
Wp furnbh rrovMons, Fresh and in Good
Condition, Dressed Chickens. Vegetables,
and Market Produce- of all kinds in season.
A Fine Stock of Family Wines, Liquors,
Cigars and Tobaccos.
WHERRY & COraBA&Y,
PiVsli and Cui'cmI 31 cats,
FRUITS, SUTTER, and EGGS.
OITOSITE OCCIDENT HOTEL,
CIIEN'ASIVS Slrc'i. Astoria, ;
A General Banking and Exchange Easi
ness transacted. Every facility for proniii"
and satisfactory hnslncss.
Drafts on the leading cities of the United
States and Europe.
At The Bureau,
Anhcnscr Bnsch Urcwin? AssVn or
St. Louis, Mo.
Celebrated Atihctuer Leer on Draught at
Pinckney's Sample Room,
C5J, Water Street, (or Koaduay).
Tins Beer Is far superior to any imported
from the East. Call and sample it.
JULY 26, 1884.
M. arriving at Astoria at 1 P. M.
nntay of :nrli Week, leaving Portl
Passengers bj this route connect at Kal?
I U.B.SCOTT, President
AJINDT & PERCHEN,
I ASTORIA. - OREGON.
C? T 1
O O. J X
Promptly attended to.
A specialty made of repairing
FOOT OF LAFAYETTE STREET.
ASTORIA IRON WORKS.
Rentox Stkeet, Neak PakEr House,
ASTORIA, - OREGON.
GENERAL MACHINISTS AND
LAND anOIARINE ENGINES
Boiler Work, Steamboat Work
and Cannery Work a spe
cialty. OTnll Descriptions made to Order
at Short Notice.
A. D. Wass, President.
J. G. IIustlkr, Secretary,
I. W. Cask, Treasurer.
A. V. Allen,
Wholesale and Ketail Dealer in
Glass and Plated Ware,
TROPICAL AND DOMESTIC
FRUITS AND VEGETABLES.
C. H. BAIN & CO.
Doors, Windows, Blinds, Transoms
Turning, Bracket Work.
A specialty, and all work guaranteed.
Oak, Ash, Bay, and Walnut lumber ; Ore
gon and Port Orford Cedar.
All kinds of boat material on hand.
C. II. BAIN & CO.
The Str. GLEANER,
B. F. STEVENS, - Master,
Will leave Wilson & Fisher's Dock
Every Monday, at 9 A. M.
For Deep River and Way Landings, and
Every Saturday, at 9 A. M,
' For John Dav's River.
& nlv-sjMfc nw
cood SCOW Is xun In connection with the
kteamer. ami Lumber, Wood, etc., promptly
nn mnpr rt.ivs will uo cenerui urk.. a.
Oregon Railway & Navigation
During the month of July, 1884, Ocean
Steamers will sail from Portland to San
Francisco, and from San Francisco to Port
land, as follows, leaving Ainsworth Dock,
Portland, at Mfflnight. and Spear Street
ii naii, oan raucucu, ai iu jl. s&. z
From San Francisco.
Stataaf Ral.-.-Tfinr S
Oregoa 8at 3
State of Cat. ...Thar 10
Columbia .Teas IS
Oolamki .Taaa 3
Oregon Has S
SUtfl of Ual.
State of Cl....Fn IS OolambU Wed 13
Columbia Wed 30 Oreroa Man M
Oregon Hob 1 SUte of C1....3at i
Thrsack Tickets sold to all principal
cities In the United States, Canada and
Passenger Tralni leave Portland for East
ern points, at 11 :4 A. 21. dally.
Pnlhaaa Palace Can maain: between Port
land, and St. Paal,
KIYEK IIVISIX (Middle Celanbla).
Boats leave Portland for Dalles at 7 :O0
land for Mon Tu. We.Thu. Fri. I Sat.
lniabia....l6AM 6 AM SAM
Dayton. Or.JT AM,' 7AM
Taoomaaad Seattle, daily at 10 PM
Victoria Steamers do aot ran Snndayg.
Learet Astoria for Portland at G a. m. daily ei
, x o,- c-H- PRKSCOTT,
A. L. STOKES, Manager.
Gen'l Freight and Pass. Ast.
E. A. KOYES. Agent Astoria.
Oregon & California R. R.
On and after June 28, 18S4, trains will ran as
follows : DAILY (Except Sundays).
Betwcea P9K1XAKB and AHHLAND
Portland 7 :30 A. Ml Ashland 5:40 A. m.
Ashland. 60 f. m Portland 4:23 p. m.
ALBANY EXPRE88 TRAIN.
Portland..4 .-00 p. M.JLcbanon 9 0 p. at
Lebanon 4 :45 a. m. (Portland.-10 :05 A. M
Pullman Palace Sleeping Car leaves Port
land Mondays and Tnnrsdavs. Returning
leaves Ashland Tuesdays and Fridays.
The Oregon and California Railroad Ferry
makes connection with all Regular Trains
on Eastslde Division, from the foot of P St.
Between Portland and CorvnllU
Portland 9 :00 A. acCQrvallK.-.4 :3a p. at.
Corvallls g :3o a. M.Portland.3 a) p. M.
Portland 5 $0 p MlMcMInnville.8 dpu
McMrrmvIlleJ5:45 a MlPortland 8 Oam
Close connections made at Ashland
with the Stages of the Oregon and Califor
nia Stage Company.
Local tickets forsale, and bagxage checked
at Company's up town office, comer Stark
and Second streets.
arnckets to an the principal points In Cal
ifornia, can only be procured, and baggage
checked, at the Company's office,
Corner F and Front Sta., Portland, Or.
Freight will not be received for shipment
after 5 o'clock p.m. on either the Eastslde
or West3ide Divisions.
B. KOEHLKB, E. P. ROGEBS,
Manager. O. F 4 P. Ast
llwaco Steam Navigation Go.'s
Astoria to Fort Stevens, Fort Canby,
Connecting by stages and boats for
Oysterville, Montesano and Olympia
Until further notice the llwaco
Steam Navigation Co.'s steamer
Will leave Astoria
On Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays, and
(Mondas, Thursdays and Saturdays being
Oystenrille and Montesano mall days.)
at 7 A.M.
Ft. Stevens, Ft. Canby and llwaco
Wednesdays, and Fridays
The steamer will leave Astoria at 9 a.m.,
asformerly, not being confined strictly to
Oa Tuesdays and Thursdays
A SECOND TRIP will be made, leaving As
toria at 1 P. M., connecting with steamer
TTfde TFesf, from Portland.
Fare to Fort Canby and Dwaco, .l 00
BJTickets can be bought at the office for
Brilwaco freight, by the ton. In lots of
one ton or over, $2 per ton,
l-For Tickets, Towage or Charter ap
ply at the office of the company, Gray's
wharf, foot of Benton street.
J. H. D.GRAY,
Westport aad Astoria
THE FAVORITE STEAMER
"Which has been thoroughly refitted for the
comrort of Passenger will run this season
between "Westport and Astoria
As follows :
Leave Westport at 7 :30 A.1M.
Arriving In Astoria at 10 JO A. M,
Leave Astoria at 2 P. M.
Arrive In Westport at 6 p. m.
Will touch at all way landings.
For freight or passage apply on board or
to CAPT. JAS. COX,
W. E. DEMENT & CO.
ASTORIA, - - - OREGON
Carry la Stock,
DRUGS, CHEMICALS, TOILET
Prescriptions carefully Compounded
PRICE, FIVE CENTS.
CoHHty Sckeal SaperiHteafeitt
Ofllr at Ttnilnllot Jfc fn 'a f!anniir flnnAi-
T FEAXK PAGJK. 3f . D.
PfayBlcIaa aad Bargceaa.
Office opposite the Jobansen building.
ASTORIA - OREGON.
ATTOBNEY AT LAW.
Abstracts t Title a Heeialy.
Rooms 11 and 12, Knujata of Pythian CaiU
Baildisff. Telopkoae Xe.4.
Q P. McCOKMAC,
Attorney and Counsellor at Caw
Room 13, Odd Fellowa Building,
ASTORIA, -... oregoa.
GEO. A. D0BIII3. QUO. NOLAND
If OXAITO Of HOMWLIS,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
Office in Kinney's Block, opposite CIfy
Hall, Astoria, Oregon.
Q B. THOaiSOfVy
Attorney and Counselof at Law.
Room No. $, over White House,
C. W. PTJLTOK. o. C. TXnJIOif.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
. Rooms 5 and C. Odd Fellows Building.
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Chenamus treet, -"- ASTORIA, OREGOJJ
TOSKPM A. GIfili,
"Offlce with J. Q- A. Bowlby,
ASTORIA, - - - - .
"O c. HoiiDar,
AUCTIONEER, COMMISfflON AND IN
ARCHITECT AND DRAUGHTSMAN.
Scholars received for Course of Draughtiag
W Office over White House Store.
Q.CXO F. PARKIER.
Clatsop Ceaaty, aad City or Astoria
Office : Chenamus street, Y. M. 0. A. ball
Room No. 8. w
Q BEXHO MAKTLV.M.D.,
Phyalclaa and Sarseea.
ASTORIA, - - OREGON.
Office -Room 12, Odd Fellows Building.
Residence Hume's building, up stairs.
TAY TUTTXJB, M. D.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Office Rooms 1, 2, and 3. Pythian Build
ing. Residence On Cedar Strpt liiuJc of
St. Mary's Hospital.
F. P. HICK3. A. K. SHAW.
niCKS & SHAW,
Rooms In Allen's Building, up stairs, cor
ner Casa and Squemoqua streets. Astoria.
Bozorth & Johns.
Real Estate and Insurance Agents,
Buy and sell all kinds of Real Estate and
represent the following Fire
Insurance Conpanles :
Scottish Union and Na
tional, assets $33,000,000
Phoenix or Hartford 4JQ0,XX)
Home of New York, " 7,000,000
Hamburg and Bremen. " 2,oooiOCO
Western; ' 300,000
Phenlx of Brooklyn, " 4,000,000
Oakland Home, " SOO.oOO
Policies written by us in the Phcenlx and
Home and Scottish Union and National at
BANKING AND INSURANCE !
I. W. CASE,
Broker, Banker, and Insur
ASTORIA, - OREGON.
OFFICE HOURS :
From 9 o'clock A. M. until 3 oVlo :. P. AI.
B. S. Worsley,
Hf-Offlce and Ware Rooms on Squemoqua
Street, next door to comer of Olney.
Advancements made on Consignments
Ho Charges for Storage of Goads.
Tailoring, Cleaning Kepairint
NEAT, CHEAP AND QUICK.
Mala St., opposite X. Leeb'a. Astoria, r.
BARRELS AND HALF-BARRELS
All Kinds of Cooper Dfftf,
jWLeave ordtis with J0HNJR0GER8,
Superintendent, atCentril Market. ,