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VOL. XXII, NO. 26.
ASTORIA, OREGON, THURSDAY, AUGUST 7, 1884.
PRICE, FIVE CENTS.
THE 3I0D0C "WAR.
Incidents of t!ie Aksavdnatiou of (Jen.
Canby and Dr. Thnnia.
We are indebted to Dr. T. T. Ca
baniss for the facts given below.
They are interesting in connection
with what has already been written
in connection with the memorable
My last communication was an ac
count of a visit to the camp of the
Modoc chief, on the 10th day of April,
1873, the one preceding the assas
sination of Gen. Canby and Dr.
Thomas. The account which I
now write of that affair is merely to
mention a circumstance which, if fate
or folly had not ruled the day, would
have led to the safety of the General
and. Dr. Thomas, and also of Mr.
Meachain. The latter does not al
lude to this in his book, though his
recital of the subsequent scene3 are
graphic and thrilliugly interesting.
Events and incidents connected
with the engagements and scouts,
after the commissioners were killed,
and which make history interesting,
have never been written, mainly on
my part for the reason that I was a
particpant, and could not relate them
without being considered egotistical,
and therefore distasteful. But had
the same influence operated with
other men who have lived on the
frontiers, and participated in the
eventful scenes peculiar to them,
much of the history of early life in
new countries would have been lost
The day Avill come when the scenes
enacted in California and Oregon will
be read, with as much interest as
those which occurred in King Phil
ip's war in New England, the capture
of Gapt. John Smith and his rescue
by Pocahontas, or Daniel Boone's
combats with Indians, immortalized
by a large painting now in the captol
at Washington, and many others fa
miliar to the reader of history of this
It was the fortune of the writer to
enjoy the most friendly relations with
the officers of the army in the Modoc
campaign, and among them the la
mented Gen. Canby. All who know
the General had a high regard for
him personally, and few there were
who would not have risked their lives
for him. He had asked the Avriter a
few days before he was killed, if he
(the writer) would act as a medium of
communication between him and the
IndianB, should he desire it? He
was assured that such would be the
case. Before he left camp ho told
Gen. .Gillam that if anything hap
pened to confirm him in his suspicious
of the treacherous designs of the Mo
docs, that he must send mo to notify
him. On the 11th of April, the offi
cer who was stationed on the hill
above camp, with several others,
watched the tent at which the meet
ing was to be held with much interest,
because all of tis felt uneasy and an
ticipated that which followed. It
should be mentioned here that what
passed between the Indians and com
missioners was only known to a few.
General Canby and Dr Thomas led
the party on foot, and Dyar and
Meacham followed on horseback,
though the nature of the ground was
such that one could make better time
on foot over the rocks than on a
horse. The distance from General
Canby's tent to the Council tent was
about 900 yards, and the latter was
hidden from us (except the Signal offi
cer) by a fall-off in the lava-bed. The
General was about fifty yards from
the place where it stood, (at the end
of our camp next to the Indians, ) and
Dr. Thomas behind. I shall never
forget these two men as they looked
that day, marching into the jaws of
death Canby with his tall figure,
dressed in a new military coat, and
Thomas in a suit of Scotch gray.
At this moment Meacham turned
his horse from the trail and rode up
to me. Said he: "Dr. Cabaniss, do
you think that there is danger under
the arrangement which we have
made?" "What is the arrangement?"
I asked. "There are to be five un
arm ed Indians and five of us !' "Un
der that arrangement," I replied,
"there is no danger, but Meacham,
if you are suspicious of these Indians.
remain here and let me go and seel
them." He turned in his saddle, and
seeing that General Canby and Dr.
Meacham had gotten some distance
in advance, without replying followed
Subsequent events proved that the
Modocs intended to kill CoL Mason
as well as Canby, Gilhelm and others.
After the Commissioners had been
with them some time, and at the
moment that Canby was making
them laugh, wuist s mo mng cigars,
an Indian came in sight of Mason's
camp, a mile and a half from Jack's
headquarters, and more than two and
a half from the Council tent, and
waved a white flag. General Canby
had told them to do this if they
wanted to see the whites. Lieut
Sherwood was officer of the day, and
went to meet this Indian, accompan
ied by Lieut Boyle. When within a
few vards of this man Sherwood ask
ed him what he wanted. "Nothing!"
was-the answer. As the olheer turn
ed, several Indians arose from the
rocks and commenced firing at him
and Boyle. The first shot was through
his taiga, oreaiung me none, irom
which wound he died several days
afterwards. Boyle escaped. Sher
wood took shelter behind a rock, and
the man who was on picket several
hundred yards away, opened fire on
the Indians and kept them from ad
vancing on Sherwood. The troops
turned out and the Modocs retreated
to their camp.
Almost immediately after this oc
currence, Lieut Moore, the signal
officer in Mason's camp, telegraphed
to General Gillem: "The Indians have
fired on this camp, killing Sherwood
Upon the receipt of this message,
Gen. Gillem sent his adjutant, Lieut.
Kockwell, for me and desired my
presence. Upon reaching his tent
Gillem said: "Dr. Cabaniss, will you
take a message to Gen. Canby?"
'Tea, sir." "I have selected you out
of this entire command, but I do not
want you to go under any misappre
hension." Ianswered that J. would
go to the rescue of Gen. Canby if he
was in danger from the Modocs. "I
will write the message," said he, "be
cause if you carry a verbal message
'Bogus will tell the other Indians.
As he handed me the message, telling
of the death of Sherwood, the officer
at the signal station called out, "They
are firing at the council tent!" The
men turned out immediately, and
some of them under Sergeant Woeten,
an ex-Confederate soldier, of K Com
pany of Cavalry, started without
awaiting the orders of the officers.
Meacham lias told what followed,
and I will merely correct a few mis
takes which he makes. Dr. Thomas
was shot with a pistol near the right
nipple, by "Boston," and then through
the front part of the head with a ball
from a carbine. Gen. Canby had a
wonnd from a pistol ball under the
left eye, one from a pistol ball in the
side of the head, above the left ear,
without passing through, and a stab
with a narrow-bladed knife under the
right ear. Canby was thirty-five yards
from the spot where ho sat when shot
and Thomas was about eighty yards
in another direction.
Had I gone to these Indians first, I
would have counted eight instead of ;
five, and I would have seen that they !
were armed, as Dyar did when he got I
to the ground. I would have made I
Jack believe that Canby was delayed j
in camp and then walked away. This J
could have been done with perfect
safety, as they were after larger game
and knew that to shoot me would de
feat their plans, and Gen. Canby and
Dr. Thomas would bo living to-day.
Had I reached the general before the
firing commenced, the whole plan of
the Indians would have been changed
and being armed, standing by the
side of Dyar's horse, would have
killed Jack and possibly have saved
the general's life. What my fate
would have been, of course is not
known, but I believe that one cool
and courageous white man, under
such circumstances, can whip that
number of Indians, especially when
he had Meacham, Dyar and others to
divert their attention. At least, tho
risk run would justify one in tho hope
of saving such a 'man as Gen. Canby.
A Novel Trial.
One of the most novel trials on
record took place yesterday on a pas
senger train of the Memphis and Lit
tle Bock railroad, between Lonoke
and Little Bock. Judge F. T.
Yaughan, of the circuit court, was on
the train. After it left Lonoke coun
ty, a man named G. B. Farmer of
that county was arrested by a deputy
sheriff. The charge against the pris
oner was for carrying a slung-shot
The law in Arkansas against carrying
deadly weapons is rigidly enforced.
Wnen the prisoner learned that
Judge Yaughan was on the train he
went to him and begged for an im
mediate trial. He said that his wife
was sick and he didn't want to bo
taken away from her. The learned
judge is a character in his way, and
said he would try him at once. He
declared the court open for business,
and called Farmer to the prisoner's
box, that is, to a seat in the car, and
asked him whether he desired to
plead guilty or not The passengers
collected around this novel court, and
watched the proceedings from various
pprches on seat rails and from the
aisle. Farmer replied: "Your honor,
1 desire to plead guilty." "All right,"
continued the judge. "The prisoner
pleads guilty; I assess his fine at $40.
Mr. Sheriff, tako the prisoner." This
ended tho brief trial, and the prisoner
paid his S40 to the sheriff. At the
next station he got off the train to
make his way home as quickly as
possible to his sick wife. This is the
only case of justice on the wing of
which there is any record. Little
Henry Yillanl Not Reggnrrd,
Said an intimate friend of Henrv
Yillard's this morning. "Mr. Yillard
has not passed out of tho world; he
is only laying on his oars. With his
wife and children three of whom
are boys he is searching for some
quiet retreat in Germany, where he
may stay with his family and secure
rest for himself and education for his
children. His recent visit to London
was marked by cordial greetings from
his English friends, of whom he has
many, and at a dinner given in his
honor by the guests of the Northern
Pacific railway excursion, he was pre
sented with a handsome silver flagon.
In Berlin, too, his friends have come
to the fore bravely, and given him a
greeting that a ci-decant millionaire
seldom receives. Since the crash of
last year Mr. Yillard has ceased to
have any connection with the North
ern Pacific and other railroads of tho
so-called Yillard system, with the ex
ception of the Oregon and California
railway, of which he is still pres
ident He has been busy enough
endeavoring to evolve order out of
the chaos of his own affairs. As to
how mnch he has saved of the many
millions lie once had it is hard to
say. The country seat at Dobb's
x1 erry, wnicn may oe worm fcouu.uuu,
belongs to Mrs. Yillard, into whose
hands it passed some years before
Mr. Yillard's connection with the
Northern Pacific This, of course,
remains in the hands of his family.
What other property he has it is
hard to say." N. Y. Commercial
S. B. CROW.
New Booms. New Material.
EVERYTHING FIRST CLASS,
c- Mr. Wrc. A. Bell, of San Francisco,
one of the most skillful photographists on
the Coast, assists in the operating room.
Fine Worjc a Specialty,
On the BO AD WAY nearly opposite St.
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Sore Throat, Swellings. Sprain, Brnta,
Bern Scald. Jb roct Bite.
A5D ILL OTHER BODILT FA15S A5D ACHES.
SU b DrcitltU n4 Dealer tTetywhexe. Fifty Ceati
bottle. Directions la II LxnjctftJ.
THE CHARLES A. YOGELEK CO.
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i rom tucso sources arise three-fourths
of the diseases of tho human race. These
symptoms indicate their existence:
X.os of Appetite, Bowels costive,
Sick Headache, fullness after eat
ing, aversion to exertion of body or
mind, Eructation of food, Irritabil
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the use of a remedy that acts directly on
the Liver. AsaLivcrrnedicIneTUTT'S
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tho Kidneys and Skin is also prompt;
removing all impurities through theso
three scavengers of the aystsm."
producing appetite, sound digestion,
regular Etools, a clear akin and a- vig
orousbody. TUTOPS PJXLS cause no
nausea or griping nor interfere with
dally work and are a perfect
ANTIDOTE TO MALARIA.
bold everywhere 253. Ollieo 44 MurraySLN Y.
TUTTS HAIR DYE.
Gray Hair or WmsKnns changed in
stantly to a Glossv Black by a singlo
application of this DrE. Sold by Drug.
sta,orsent by express on recolpt of &
Office, 44 Murray Street, New York.
nrxra isaotai of trssrm zkzbszrxx.
Carnahaii & Co. !
1. W. CASE.
IMPORTERS ANl "uHOl.ESALK Sb
v 'tKrAlL bKALKKB IX
'iriirr Cueuamu and i.VtM stroej.
ASTOHIA - - - OKKiON
$67,000,000 Capital !
Liverpool and London and Globe.
North British and Mercantile
Of Loudon and Edinburgh.
Old Connecticut of Hartford,
COMMERCIAL OF CALIFORNIA
Fire Insurance Companies,
Keprewitlng a Capital or S67,000 OOO.
B. VAN DUSEN. Anent.
Manufacturers and Dealers in
Lumber, Salmon Trays,
OFFICE AND MILL, C01tXF.lt SALMON
AXD CEDAR STREETS.
J. W. RUDDOCK,
Practical Plumbing in All Its
Steam and Gas Fixtures,
A Completo Stock of First-class Material.
All Woclc Guaranteed.
Office and Shop In Hume's building, rear
of "Wheeler & Kobb'.s, Astoria, Oregon.
Fruits, Notions, Cigars
Water St. between West 8th
Tropical and Domestic Fruits per even
steamer. Nuts, Candies, etc. at taigliton's.
Everything Fresh and First-class.
SAYS THERE WILL BE
NO INCREASE OF PRICES
AXD THAT nE IS DETERMINED TO
maintain his reputation for keeping the
best and cheapest Restaurant In town, even
at a loss to himself, while the dull times last.
You will do Pimnnnir' t Wheeler
well to call on nUUUUulV Eobb's, for
Tapping and Patting In of "Water Pipes.
IT WILL PAY YOU
FIVE HUNDRED CORDS DRY HEM
lock Wood, which I will deliver at the
houses of customers for $4 a cord.
Draylng ol all kinds done at-reasonabl
rates. - R. R. maBION.
Columbia Transportation Company.
FAST TIME! FAST TIMEI
THE POPULAR STEAMER
W X SB B T
Which has been refitted for the corarort of passengers will leave
.Wilson & Fisher's Dock every
Monday. Wednesday and Friday at 6 A.M. arriving at Portland at 1 P.M.
Returning leaves Portland every
Tuesday and Thursday at 6 A. M. arriving at Astoria. at 1 P". M.
1ST An additional trip will be made on Snnday of Eacli Weete, leaving Portland
at O'clock Sunday Morning;. Tasseugers 1 this route connect at Kalama
for Sound ports. " u. B. SCOTT, President
HOTELS AND HESTAUIIANTS.
, It. I'ARKK::. I'roii.,
ASTORIA, - - - ORKG'ON.
First Class in all Respects.
FREE COACH TO THE HOUSE.
Fifiiires Bra Lie !
OF THE CHOP HOUSE
Gin piovc liy his hooks that he Is doing the
hlKfuM hiiMiiftvs of any
In the city, u!id he will ii;irantee,to give
tin lu-M meal for cash. f?g!mSts4
Main -ticel, .lloria, Oirgou.
UKKUM 1.1 t BEKItY, PKOrUICTORS.
RESPECTFULLY CALL THE A1TEX
tlon of the mriilic to the fact that the
nbore Market will always be supplied with a
FULL VARIETY AND BEST QUALITY
FRESH AND CURED MEATS ! !
Which will le !(! at lowest rates, whole
sale and retail.
E5y Special attention given to supplying
WYATT & THOMPSON.
FRESH AND GURE0 MEATS,
Crockery and Glassware.
Mill S'ooca., IE2to,
We furnish Provisions. Fresh and In Good
Condition. Dned Chickens, Vegetables,
and Market Produce of all kinds in season.
A Fine Stock of Family Wines, Liquors,
Cljnrs and Tobaccos.
WHERRY & COMPANY,
Prosli and Cured Meats,
FRUITS, BUTTER, and EGGS.
OPPOSITE OCCIDENT HOTEI
CIIKXAMUa Street. Astoria, Oc
A General Banking and Exchange Busi
ness transacted. Every facility for prompt
and satisfactory business.
Drafts on the leading cities or tho United
States and Europe.
CLATSOP COUNTY BRANCH
Boom No. 1, White House huildiug, Astoria.
Bills collected in any part of the United
States or Canadas.
This association has overS.OoO correspond
ents. LANGDON, STICKLES & CO.
5. ARNDT & FERCHEN,
ASTORIA. - OREGON.
The Pioneer Machine Shop
Boiler Shop Q
All kinds of
Promptly attended to.
A specialty made of repairing
FOOT OF LAFAYETTE STREET.
ASTORIA IRON WORKS.
Brntok street. Near Parker house,
ASTOltlA. - OREGON.
GENERAL MACHINISTS AND
LAND anfl MARINE ENGIMS
BoilerWork, Steamboat Work
and Cannery Work a spe
cialty. CASTIXaS ,
Of nil Descriptions made to Order
at Short Notice.
A. D. 7ass. President.
J. G. Hustler, Secretary,
I. W. Cask, Treasurer.
A. V. Allen,
Wholesale and Retail Dealer In
Glass and Plated Ware,
TROPICAL AND DOMESTIC
FRUITS AND VEGETABLES.
G. H. BAIN & GO.
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 ol boat material on hand.
C. II. BAIN A CO.
The Str. GLEANER,
R. F.STEVENS, ' - - Master.
Will leave Wilson & Fisher's Dock
Every Monday, at 9 A. H.
For Deep River and Way Landing, and
Every SatHrday, at 9 A. M ,
For John Day's River.
On other days will do general work. A
good SCOW Is run In connection with tn
steamer, and Lumber, "Wood, etc., prooptJy
Oregon Railway & Navigation
DuruiR the month ot July, 18S4. Ocean
Steamers will sail-from Portland to San
Francisco, and fror San Francisco to Port
land, as follows. leaTlng AInsworth Dock,
Portland, at Midnight, and Spear Street
"". au c iouuiscu, ai iu a. jr. :
I From San Francisco.
Oregon Sat 5
Mate offal. ..Thur 10
Colombia ..Tniw is
State of Cal....Thur 3
Oregon Sun 13
"reoa bun 20 Stata of Hal
FM 9", HnlnmM. "" I SO
Wed SV Oregon ...7."""Mon 23
"'cou aon 4 state of CaL...St !
A Ct... - s.-t .. i ?
MtTr.".,?.u Tickets sold to all principal
Europe" ed States Cana and
Passenger Trains leave Portland for East
ern points, at 11 :4U A. SI. dally.
land.'teuPanT, raM,n bo'P-
K1TCK UiriSie.V .(Middle ealambln).
Boats louve Portland for Dallos at 7 :00
land for IMonl Tu. We.Thu. Frl. I Sat
lower Co- I
6AM CAM 6A.V
Taeomsand Seattle, daily at 1.-U) PM
Victoria Steamers do aot ma Sandtys.
Leares Astoria for Portland at 6 a. in. daily et
. r ,-U.-,' 0. H. PRKSCOTT,
A. L. STOKES, Manager.
Gen'l Freight and Pass. Act.
K.A..NOYE3. Agent Astoria.
Oregon & California R. R.
On and alter June 28, 18SI, trains will run as
follows : DAILY (Except Sundays).
Betweea F0KTIAXB and ASHLAND
Portland 7 0 A. Ml Ashland 5:40 X. M.
Ashland .6:20 P. m Portland 4:25 p.m.
ALBANY EXPRES8 TRAIN.
Fortland......4 M p. M.Lebanon....9 iOP.Ji
Lebanon 4 :45 a. m. I Portland... 10 :05 a. m
Pullman Palace Sleeping Car leaves Port
land Mondays and Thursdays. Returning
leaves Ashland Tuesdays and Fridays.
Tho Oregon and California Railroad Ferry
makes connection with all Regular Trains
on hastside Division, from the foot of F St.
Betweea Portland and Corvollls
Portland 9 :00 A. ar.CorvallK4 -jso p. m.
CorvallLs 8 :30 A. M.Portland.3 :20 p.m.
Portland 5 M p MlMcMInnville.8 sopm
McMlnnvUleJ5:15 AMlPortland 8 :30 am
Close connections made at Ashland
with the Stages 61 the Oregon and Califor
nia Stage Company.
Local tickets for sale, and bagage checked
at Company's up town office, comer Stark
and Second strrets.
Tickets to all the principal points in Cal
ifornia, can only be procurcaand.baggage
vomer F and Front Eta., Portland, Or.
Freight will not be received for shipment
after 5 o'clock p.m. on either the Eastslde
or Westside Divisions.
R. KOEHLER, E. P. ROGERS,
Manager. O. F 4 P. Agt
llwaco Steam Navigation Go.'s
Astoria to Fort Steuena, 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
(Mondays, Thursdays and Saturdays being
isjaicillllQ uuu UUUIC3UUU UlHll UUJ S. J
at 7 A. M.
Ft.Stevens, Ft. Canby and llwaco
Wednesdays, and Fridays
The steamer will leave Astoria at 9 a.m.,
as formerly, not hinir nnnflnoH WHr tn
Oa Tuesdays and Thursdays
A SECOND TRIP.will be made, leaving As
toria at 1 P. M.f connecting with steamer
Wide West, from Portland.
Fare to Fort Canby and llwaco, l 00
WTIcketa can be bought at the office for
lTlwaco frehtht, by the ton. In lots of
one ton or over, 92 per ton,
T"For Tickets, Towage or Charter ap
ply at the office of the company, Gray's
wharf, foot of Benton street.
Festport aad Astoria
THE FAVORITE STEAMER
Which has been thoroughly refitted for the
comrort of Passengers will run this season
between Westport and Astoria
As follows :
Leave Westport at 7 :30 A.M.
Arriving in Astoria at 10 30 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
UA.n. JA. UUA,
W. E. DEMENT & GO.
ASTORIA, - - - OREGON
Carry In Stock,
DRUGS, CHEMICALS, TOILET
Prescriptions refully Compounded
j e. Hieents,
County Schoel Superlaiendeitt
- Office at Badollet & Co.'s Cannery, Upper
J FKAXK PAGE. 31". D.
Physician and Sarjceoa.
Office opposite the Johansen building.
ASTORIA -. - OREGON.
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Abstracts t T Title a Specialty.
Rooms 11 and 12, Knlshts of Pythian Castlu
Building. Telephone We.40.
Q P. HcCORHAC,
Attorney and Counsellor at law
Room 12. Odd Fellows Building,
ASTORIA, - - . Oregon.
OKO. A. DORRIS, GEO. JTOLA2CO
NOXAHD & DORRIS,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
w?iPce-lnfK,Rliey,s Block opposite City
Hall, Astoria, Oregon.
Q B. TH03ISOIV,
Attorney and Counselor Law.
Room No. 6, over White House,
c. w. fultox. g. c. fultov.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
Rooms 5 and 6, Odd Fellows Building.
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Chenamus treet, - - ASTORIA. OREUON
JOSEPH A. GILL,
awOttlco with J. Q A. Bowlby,
JJ c. iiol,di;x.
AUCTIONEER, COMMISSION AN1 IN
Q W. liEICK,
ARCHITECT AND DRAUGHTSMAN.
Scholars received lor Course of Draughting
"Office over White House Store.
v . . ,
Clatsop County, aad City of Aatorla
Office : Chenamus street, Y. M. C. A. hall
Room No. 8.
1 BEXHON MARTIN, 3f . !.,
Physician and Surgeon.
ASTORIA, - - OREGON.
OFFiCE-Room 12, Odd Fellows Building.
Residence Hume's building, up stairs.
JAY TUTTIiE, M. .
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Office Rooms l. 2. and s Pvihian Bniiri.
RESinRVflR On fl1nr Stl-APt l.nMr nf
St. Mary's Hospital.
F. P. HICKS. A. E. SHAW.
HICKS & SHAW,
Rooms In Allen's Building, up stairs, cor
ner Cass and Squemoqua streets. Astorln,
Bozorth & Johns,
Real Estate and Insurance Agents,
ASTORIA, - Oregon.
Buy and sell all kinds of Real Estate and
represent the following Fire
Insurance Conpanles :
Scottish Union and Na
tional, assets $33,000,000
Phcenlx of Hartford " 4.S00.C0O
Home of New York, ' 7,000,000
Hamburg and Bremen, " 2,000000
Western, " SOO.OOO
Phenlx of Brooklyn. " 4,000,000
Oakland Home, " 300,000
Policies written by us Iu the Phcenlx and
Home and Scottish Union and National nt
BANKING AND INSURANCE!
a. w. CASE,
Broker, Banker, and Insur
ASTORIA, - OREGON.
OFFICE HOURS :
From 9 o'clock A. M. until 3 o'clo..:. P. M.
B. S. Worsley,
BPOmce and Ware Rooms on Squemoqua
Street, next door to corner of Olney . .
Advancements made on Consignments'
Ho Charges for Storage of Good
Tailorini, tail, Repairinrr,
NEAT, CHEAP AND QUICK.
Mala St., opposite X. Loch's, Astoria, Or.
BARRELS AND HALF-BARRELS
All Kindt of Cooperage Done- "
JKTLcavoordeMWith JOHN ROGERS.
Superintendent, at Central Marker.