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K - rMU-JlXljABjuMm.. vss3isrKvitaaixswia!ncsyn!aKsae3ramKXKvrjrrmvm iiiju.uh lupjom gJXJ? UtilJ Xst-Oritm, ! rMta6 on the Bar- CUPPED AND CONDEN8EO. A Cant. ASTORIA, OREGON: Duriu? tho last two weeks Lieut. , ti i: t ,i. uvil., W..1I., .. ASTOBIA, anno lt.lfyS ' .... ,r :, . ' , ,. ! "."'." "- ' "KJHTor.AbTor.iAi-: : Philip M. Price linn been taking j Statesman ha. found the new comet. , It is with pleasure that I call the at i niiiiflinH :.n ml .iwtnniniir 1 1. .-.. .:..-. :.!,. ..r .1, u! tcntion of yqiir readers to the fact that . , jjhw juoi. i mii ...,.. "o i have cstahlisherta photosraph pallcry THtJI'smav titvv, ,u...i , ,. , , . ' "" .i"a """ - ""o I have established a pnotograpn paiierj UM)IJA'' JUM.1, IBM' j observations on tho bar, the io-! staff of the St Louis Hotel."' W'heth-Un Aslorifl opposite the Court House ISSTJHD EVERY MORNING. Monday xcet-tcI. J. P. HALLORAW 'A- mMPAKV Prni.isiir.tM axp .l'uaviiiirror.s. .iUman JtuUdtiut, ?cus .s'fr.vf. Terms of Subscription : creed by Carrier, ror wcok .... Cants -nt fay mail, four months .S3 M '.tnt by mail. one yeir. ... .. Frca of 1'ostAge to Subscribers. " Advertisements inserted liy th y rar nt beratoofflSO m.r square ier inuoth. transient advertising, by the day or vcel,, Ifty cent por s-iunro for each Insertion. 'stilt of such observations boh," em- r it is" uni.ist to the other side ho iXWff3fi2?. bodied in a report to Captain Powell, i ,oes not state. 1 Among other suggestions in that 10. j port is one that something be done in reference to fishing on the Columbia river bar. In the course of lib Bonnd-j intra Liout. Price concludes tint the amino the display of pictures, firmly be- jiteving mat mo veruici 01 eacn one A 730 pouttd sturgeon ws caught w ill bo that niywork is not only of tho . ., r. i i.. l. best but that the prices are reasonable. in the Frazcr rim- Ut week. I am jnermred to do all .kinds of viow- s THECIT. Tim Daily a-sioiiiax trill U nut Is 'nt!ot73rfrjf.ajnontft,ji;u7XH(i(7c. HcaJ r ichnctmttmrilatcahi'ruccfrtiin therityenn 'arc Tun AsronrAx .M.'oir them. Daily t Wkkkly edition to any pofo? with uul additional crpenec. .Mrtc may be vutnged as liftman liarfmf. Marc onUrt at Bit- countliiu room. Summer. -Collection Day. -Steamer Day. Straw liata and ice cream. Only four days to election. Beautiful moonlight nights. Uncle Tom's Cabin to-morrow night. --Large crowd on tin- incoming steamer. New buildings going ii in every part of tho city. Trout-fishing, bathing, muJ s-a-beach delights in order now. -"hcnlick" n tlio nay the Fast Portland Vindicator spells it. Dr. Tulile has moved his otlioa to the new Knights of Pythias building. Go io Adler's to-day and get your reserved seats for the theater to-morrow evening. "W. H. Gray is in receipt of some sketches of the scene of the Whitman massacre which wrote be lithographed. Camp meetings are all the go in the interior. A good camp meeting is almost as enjoyable as a circus. Salem is to have ft 100,000 flour ing mill till1: season. A companion to it would be a good thing hero in As toria. E. C. Ilolden advertises that on next Tuesday ho will sell tho dining room and kitchen furniture of the restaurant nest door. There will be a special auction sale at Holdcn's next .Satin day raornimr. Head his advertisement under "Now To-day." dragging of the nets on the b-n- lias a tendency to spread out the sands uniformly, and make a level flat of shallow water; that the south channel is almost totally obliterated and the north channel seriously shoaled there by; that the action of the. heavy nets, in sweeping back and forth, with a portion of thein dragging on tho suid, causes a goneral leveling of all the hummocks, and directly tends to in jure ami interfere with the preparatory work noti being done with a view to the permanent Improvement of the bar. He suggesf s that w hen the v isit iug board of engineer come to the Columbia this summer that their atiention be called to thb, it being probable that they may recommend such measuios by the War Depait- ment as may result in u lawr forbidding anv fishing below certain established marks say from Smith's point to Chinook point. It is only within tho hu.t thioo or four years that the fishermen have fished on the bar, and now it is quite common for the more adventurous of them to go out quite beyond tho bar, it being si usual occurrence lo note forty-five or fifty boais on tho cuter edge. This is attended with neriuiM iHc, and often loss of life enues. It is purely a matter for government to pass on. When the caniicrymeii heio fit :i man out with bout and net, he lus a light to 1I3I1 where lie pleaes, and since 11 ha grown to be the custom, a large pro portion of them he-il fur tie- bar. Should any action be taken 111 the matter it would not come before Congros-s until next session end noth ing iu the nature of a restricthe measure would be passed before, nest February or Marchso that this seasons manner of fishing would in no way bo intcrfeicd with. It is suggested that in the interest of commerce the prac tice should be discountenanced a3 much as possible, though if the great risk attending fishing there doe? not keep men from going then-, any minor consideration would hau very little effect. 1,., .,,. tu-.inj!n.-.n;..w;it Pm-inx. copying and enlarging lo any size ""i ' hi all rionartmente. 1 wi see that n atilla couutT. ' customers go away satisfied, and re- Ti , .' , ., . , snectfullv solicit tlicir patronage. Yery It has been suggested that when jtrnIj. & U. Cr.ow, ritotegraplier. Mr. Viliard has built the laihoad' rr : from Walla W.-dla to Seattle that the j psalm "Praise the Lord, Oh. mv0:ianiiitei"- all his work to give satis ;, ,,,. , , j . i.r. v-ii.. j .' faction. Ilnonis over I. . f'ae'-J store. t Soul! be changed to '-Pr.itse viu.ird,' Oh, my Soul.' Wcmt for Salr. j 1 have al'out six humlieil ami liltvi cords of dry hemlock, which I will sell I MISCELLANEOUS. J arl Adler's 3SOOJ3Z. STPODPLDmi Tlie laricat stock of KSvii Blank Books and Stationery 01 every description. I Selioo! IVioks, Kiblcs, ToetlcjJ i Works, Albums anrt Cola Pens, C. H. COOPER, GENERAL MERCHANDISE. Store. Besides a lull and eompItai stoek nf evervthlnir tuuallv I K'.'i t in a well feRulated Book F Also. new-, tlcoot una ascucv for every paper anil jriolli,.UpiiblLiii'il. This space is reserved for the Carl Adler's fluslc Store alleil for in dio l'..i-lIj'ihatWiiercor.. 1 will delher j r, , , , ithevoon to niv eustomcrs. 1, Oregon, June 1st,. lf.fi. .M.xnms. List of Ij-otteri Xtcmniuing unc:: office at Astoria 18S2. Alexander, JIrs 1) l.era. Oeoige Armstrong, C F Mitchell, llarr IJrunncil.AIcxaiidcrileline, Loui Bruusberg. August Miller, John Hall, Oustav Xiemela.Jolni A Bungrie, Jakob Olson, Matt Uellomo. I.oreno 01on, John l'.ayhan, Michael (2)Peten.on. Jacob Citarello. (Jroepin Pajomaii. Charle Cohalan. H A Peterson. A Christiansen. Anne Ifobson, JJen V Cainber, Vndru Mearns, George Delv, TomN Smith, Mrs Geoige Eilihens. William Thompson, Joe Gallon, Mis T Ward, Stock & Co Hannila, Piette Wellson, August Marker, Alfred Wilson, frank () Gaivila.S n irKKaia, Kan Jenkson Dill, Warila, L. Persons calling for lliese lntte must give the date they at e advcrtiL W. CitAXcr., P. M. Atiention t-'ivliprnion. , IJm-Nichola's r.alm of Gilead nil for ! .sore or ehapped hand-,, for sale bj Joe ' ti. Charters. Tide tables free to ill. ' For the finest baths in the city go to the Orient bathing ioom, oppo-ite ; Holdeu's auction store. ! Jon (!. CiiAi:Ti:Rs.Prop. V.-Qiited. 1 A llent gill,lo SOW. lllqiliie ;it this joillce. A good situation for a suitable j j.eron. " To tho VoU-i-s Joe. G. Cliarfois wishes to .iiiiiuimeo to the citiens of CIatop county that he offers himself as an Independent candi date for the ofilee of the liuet hair cutler and the chief knight of 'lie shav in" Slieflield blade in Hie eouuU. Polls open from 7 a. m. to i r. m. d..il . t Voms, respectfulh. ' ' my"ld2t J01:. (2. Chai:ti.is-. ! Aiiiioiiui-enient. Have Wi-jtarN balsam of wild elieny always at baud. It cure? coughs, colds, bronchitis, whoopiug cough, croup, in fluenia, consumption, and all throat and tung complaints. W) cents andiSl a bottle." J For the benefit of our iii.tuy friends shlloh's Vitabzeris what j 011 need u hae consented to announce oiir ior Constipation. Loss of Appetite, Diz- selves as indeix'iideiit candidates Tor 7iness and all symptoms oi Dyspepsia, jusfie,- of the peaceand constable. Price 10 anil "j eent per tiotllo. Nihlj 0. P. Morn.rr, li. V. lM)emcnt. , J.vJtns If. Cimisni. Asliil.'lA.M:iy2,lSi Go to Jtoscoe.s and try the Uoston Crystal Ice Cream. Occident ltloek. Pianos and Organs. i If all makes eou-it.intly on band. Also a full stock ot VIOLINS. GUITA11S, BANJOS, AC- COIJDKONS, CONCERTINAS, HARMONICAS, FLUTF, Also a large stork of the best ot VIOLIN AND GUITAR STRINGS, snEFr music, AND MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS, As wrll ns fvcrvtlilai; clso belonsln" to a i- list Class M lisle Store. Those writmgdesks at the City book More are the best in the city. They are something nice and durable, and jut what most young ladies would appioci ate fiom the giver. slvleaiid infinite I Undo Tom's cabin will be played hero by tho same troupe that won praise from tho most ciitical audi ences in tho United States. S. R. Crow begins to-day to build a two-story housa opposite tho Court House, the upper part of which ho will use as as a photograph gallery. -In these dry and dusty days, with the afternoon winds from the West too much care can not bo .er cised in tho matter of flues and chim. noys. Afire, once started would be a dreadful visitation, and though we have a most efficient firo department. yet due precaution is advisable. Tho Asforta barge N. One, brought down ln.r 830 ions to the Langrigg hall, drawing only 5 feet of water. As this was the first trip she was not loaded to her capacity. This trip fully proves the barge to be all that hor owners claimed for her. She will hereafter carry 1,000 to 1,100 tons at oacli trip. It i3 not necessary for a man to reside 30 days iu a precinct to entitle him to cast his vote in that precinct for county officers, as is generally sup posed. If a man has resided sis months in tho slate and 00 days iu the county ho can veto in the pre cinct where he. resides, whether his residence in said precinct.be of five or thirty days duration. River Rising. The river is rising rapidly and .some of tho lower docks are already covered. Teims were busy yesterday in remov ing everything from them to places of Ksfety. The cellars along the low tr part of the city aie !ning emptied also, and tho river will, next to fcomo of tho candidate. Iw the most care fully watched thins in this biuy for nunc time. Tho rise yesterday aver aged a half inch per hour. TIlo tem perature of the water has risen to iiC. There is a goneral foeliug of uneasi ness at the north over the pros pect of'- very hi?h water. Portland Standard. Clocks in endless w.rictv at Adlcr'.s. Call and examine those baby wagons ut the City book store. Srevens A: Son have their .store crowded with new goods, all marked in plain figures; Freshest and finest cakes, fiuit and candy at the Astoria candy factory. Parties wishing groceries, prows ions or merchandise of any description, should leave their orders with A. Van Dusen & Co. as they are prepared to de liver goods 111 any pan of the city on the .shortest notice." A new stock of sieves of the latest .styles at John A. Montgomery's. i.,osjr. A gentleman's gold ling, has a plate with adevieeof a Hag. anchor and a gun, upon it. Who returns the same to this otuce or the undcisigiied will le ccivf the value of the ring 111 coin. I.J. Ai'.voi.n. Xotice.l lee ere.im, lee cream, ut lioeoe re freshment saloon, Saturday and Sun day e cnings. Occident block. t-'m-nlsliril lloorax to l.el Judges of Election for Clatsop County. Astoria precinct A. W. Ferguson, F. J. Taylor and T. W. Case. Upper AMuiia precinct A. T. Hrakkc, S. I). Adnint and Gust. Holmes. John Day's pieuiuct J. C, Adams, Thomas II. Foss and J. C. Davis. Knappa precinct A. Knapp, A. H, Sftno J. F. Wan-en. Clifton piocinct S. G. Spear. J. P. Uannon and John Middleton. West Point precinct R. P. Shep herd, David Vct and St. Clair Ren ner. Vesper precinct Noah .Sagcr., Je.s. S. Northrup and William Johnson. Miahawnka precinct -Tho. O'Con nor, II. C. Gragg and V. II. Kirk patrick. Fish-hawk pivciuct-J. W. Walker. W. A. lVterand V. J. Deliver. Young's lfior precinct W. H. Gray, A. Wamlory Mid William Lnv-elt. Lewis mid t'biik piecinet- J F. RarroK-s, l. .1. Iii-jills and 1) H. Heckard. Clatsop precinct Josiah West, F. II. Ward and R. W. Mnriis.,11. Sea Side precinct S. K.Stanley, J. P. Austiti and Fred. Beenmvn. -If you want ice cieam that is ov cwiin.go to Frank Fabre's. Those baby carriages at Adler's are meeting with ready sale. Prof. Fied Mayer Is meeting with marked success in his musical instruc tions. Moie advanced pupils can be ae romiundaled with lessons at their own houses at the monthly ride of i. The lali-st and (rcshe-1 -novels at AdlcrV. For the genuine J. H. Cutter old liO-.irbou, and the he-jl ol wines. liquors and San Francisco beer, call at the Gem opposite the boll tower, and see Camp bell. P. J. Goodman, on Chenannw street, has just received the latest and most lashlonablo stvle of gents anil ladies hoofs, shoes, cic. Agent in Astoria for the famous Moirow shoe-,. AtJMrs. Munson'.s lodging houye. Ciias. Stevens and Son have a stock of mouldings and moulders tool, which can be bought cheap for eash 10 close out that branch of the business. Fresh ice cream every daj -it Frank Fabre's. Families supplied In any quanlit by Icailn older. Also life. finest oysters cooked to order, frank l'abrcs oysters and ice cream are known everywhere ns par excellence. No matter what the mouths disease How foul the breath or teeth's deeav WithSOZODONT on allAveMjizc. And swiftly svv eep it far aw aj . Leaving the gums pure, firm and luiuht. And the dull teeth as ivory while. .Mr. John Ifogers 01' the Central .Mar ket. has made arrangements to keep al he finest iresh fish, ote iu their season For lame ISack, Side or Chest iim) Shiloh'.s I 'orous Plaster, Prico ..-. cents. For sale by W. K. Dement. Slecple-s Nights, made miserable by that terrible rough. Shiloli's Cine is the rcmedv torjou. .sold bv W !".. Dement r. 1'i.inos and Organs sold on lUd inontlilyju staUiiicnt pl.ni, or for rent. CARL ADLER'SVARIETY STORE C5 Watches, Clocks and Jewelrj' ft W " " assortment, Nvvj;ooils by cvn-j- steamer. Tlio public aie luvitf-d to examine my stock and prices. rtlKN.VUl'S ST.. ASTORIA. OREGON. , f I'oeket and Tablo Cutlerv. It W Yankee Notions and Toj9, lt 'lF& I'letuie frames aud Chromos. vstjjSLlabv- Cirriaxes, a complete TftT. JE. XIJSISlKKICT. Hgf ASTORIA. Ol.fiO.V DRUGS AND CHEMICALS, Toilet and Fancy-Articles, PATENT MEDICINES, ETC. 1 jVl'recnii!0!is earcfullv conipoundcilfat all boms.. Jiyllonicopathic Tliicmrrs and Pcllei.s, ana iiiiiiii:io' s spri'inrsaisoivpL. I VI. STORE, Which has Removed to. the. . " KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS NEW BUILDim Too Busy to Write Advertisement, Which will 'Appear in a Few Days. C. H. COOPER, Astoria, Or., May 24th, 1882. 'IMgUIMlUMlimiUlllltlUIIIUIltllUUiUIUtl 3 All New Goods! MISCELLANEOUS. OXTT Catarrh cured, health and s.vet t E2 C f iV QTODP breath secured by .-shiloirs Catarrh Ifem- O W V r O 1 UHC. edv. Pili-e.Vlcefits. Masai Iniector tree.! Fors-alebv W. K. Dement. We aie e.Misi.'ii-nj leeeSvlm: n".v rddhions Chenamus Street. NOTU'K IS HKItKIlY GIVEN that Ihe assessment made by Ordinance No. -Hit, for the improvement and repair ot Chenamus street, between the west sido of Cass street and the east side of Jack sou street. In McClure's Aatoria, in tho maimer provided oy ordinance jno.-jw, on e.ieh of the following described lots fionting upon that part of Chenamus .street from the wc-t sidoot Cass street to the east sido of Jackson street. Is now due and payable at the office ot tho City Treasurer, in said city, in United States gold and silver coin, and unless paid within tivedavs from the expiration of this notice, vi2.: June 12, 1682, the Com mon Council will cuder warrants Issued for the collection thereof. The assess ment is as loiiovvi.: Another Precious Lot. Vestcrday afternoon there arrived in another crowd of Chinese on board the three sailing vessels Alden Resse, Cnloma and WakeQehL Immediately upon their arrival they were boarded, and tho first two were found to bo "all right" as faras health is concerned. The Wakefield will bo examined to-day. Tho Alden Resse has 33S on boird. She left Hongkong April 4th: Tho Co loma h.w 32o, and tho Wakefield 2"."; the two hitter left April 13th. They present the usual repulsive appear ance, and as far as their v.oodon faces can express anything, they seem yl.nl to get in sight of land agiim Cle.s. Slovens & fvon have tor sale' mid ere agents lor the new Siligei sew' j ing machine?. Will J oil sillier with Dispepsia and Liver Complaint? Mtlloh's Vitnli.-r is jn.iraliteed lo cine vou. Sold bv W. 11 Dement. -A complete stock of bojs'aiul eliil-J dien's suits just leccived al M.-lntosii'sj Clolliiiig -store. Warranty il.v:li.iutt claim dern' and uiortgages. lor .sile at this ofliee. Transient and day boardem can be accomodated at Mrs. Lnvctf s eoifee and chop bouse, on Main street. Meals 1.1 cents upwards. Day Iio.ird St-W per week. Everything clean and comfort able. - The Always handy" slovoeipe shelves at John A. Montgomerj 's. Ice for sale al the Occident Hotel. lo oarst.xk anil have llieiilie.t ami 1 ir;;i-sl :fstirluii-at of :i!lt 'oinbill tlieeltv Combs, Brushes. Stationery. Frames Navii. of w.vi.: ok i or. 0 Hoelling C IloeIIit.fi C Boelliliu J Geathari II P. iMiki-r Georve Hill 1 lV-igmuii and A W Herri 1 IVigiuaii m.i'i A W J. U. 1). Gray has the contract for furnishing wood to Forts Stevens andCanby People have read so much lately tlmtthev don't know vlwl to hclievv, but Carl Adler.sgouds are all gcuuitio and arc .so reasonable iu price a3 to ex cite universal admiration. Ask to see one of their new cloeks. Another of those lino A. It. Chase oig.ii! 5 at the City Boel: Store. Incredulity exists, but nolrtjily has been heard to "deny the w holcsoiuoness and purifying effects of Gr.r.xs s Sri. I'ltrr.SOAi". Fiesh oysters at Mrs. Lovett's, In every style. All who appreciate a good stevv or pan roast should call. Entrance tlirougit t;co. J.oveti s tauorsnop. The largest stock and newest styles of Soft and Milt Mats, at .ijfiiiinsii s ( lothing spile. t!..rrv Progie'sstve Ll As'.." Celluloid Goods.' TAujiamiv:.:::-:".:: C Uohr. TTI p ; ' io h j io All oai KD.11J1 lire maikcil in plain bUles i.'idl and eiamiiir nii!ilit mut note tiilet-s. CIIAS. SI i:T..S 5.MI.N I,, kt. &. sji;.rrx. lirtiioiteranit Wliolesalc ilc.i'crlu Cigars and Tobacco, Smoker's Ar ticles, flaying i-aras, uut- lcry, lite., ttc , The lamest and finest stuck of Jlreiseliaiuu siulAinbcrROoii'tiii ineeii). ranicuiai ai tentioa palil to otileis from tlio emmirj will vessels. Cheiiamiis street, Astoiia. Oirgnn. TltEO. URACKKi:. Manager EE. 3- 5,, ii:LKI'.tS May, Oats, Straw. Lima, Brick, Cement and Sand G II Llllott MisC I. Parker Mrs l.l'aiker JamesH.vbee JnuiesPlivbe CL Parker C L Parker ... Jacob Kamm Jacob Kamm George Davidson George Davidson ,. John' llobson John llobson '.! W Muiisou J W Miiusou A Ciosbv, I'nuuie Crosbv, Fred Ctos by (heirs of A Cro bv. deC(T.sed) Unitfd Stales.... Unitc-d States... i READY MADE CLOTHING, I HATS, Gents Furnishing Goods, Merchant Tailor D. A. McllTTOSH, Occident Blook.. MrZ.rantiiitiMitiututiitiiniiiauniHn(Ht 4 t 20 1 I 21 21 CL Parker .... Henry Iferendes George Pluvel... George Flavel... tesivge navei. . llmiiiiil, IlitnihHj mil lli)a htiMnra:. j JVntiit Selli-i'e.t;to lt;J.-i. ft 21 4 21 ,. oo i :: 22 1 22 1 2J 2 23 ;10 00 40 CO woo 43 00 03 00 S3 00 4U) 4SO0 13 75 43 75 43 75 43 75 38 00 38 0C 33 00 33 00 33 00 33 00 33 00 3300 23 00 23 00 28 00 23 00 33 00 33 00 33 00 33 00 1575 45 75 15 75 45 75 3000 30 00 30 00 3000 GOOD 00 00 40 00 40 CO 10 00 ASTORIA BREWERY. Art. MEYER Prbprtotor. ASTORIA, - OREGON. SFSOIAXi A.JXjg-QTTia-035Uig3BiarP. KF.DUCTION OF WHOLESALE PPJCES. 87 50 PER BARREL OF BO GALLONS. ix.u-.ar. opjiKPj is ukk pkopoctiux. LesslQuantitles, 30 Cents per Gallon Bottled Beer - - SI 6 D4M" Ooawn CHSpccla) attention paid to ordets from Public Hotius end FoatUcs.'a THE COLUMBIA BREWERY rr is surmtioit io mdsi. ash is Kxciuxm bv noneion this coai JOHN HAHN, - - PROPRIETOR, CHENAMUS STREET, -ASTORIA,- OREGON. rOrders left at the UUBMANIA llhUil:- 1LAU. v.Ul'te pwaptly atteaiUd te. Mnloll's Cough and Consumption ' Cuie is sold bv lis on guarantee. It! cures eon-umptlon. Sold by W. K. Do-, mem. ; -Phvsieiaiisallest: -0oi.ih:n's Lii.-j int. s, Liijriii l;i:r.r is particularly use-' fill in Diphtheria. Fever.' and every de pressing iIimmsc." ; Vou want to set some of ltoscoc's ice I cicain to-day: 'fresh made and nicely I llavored. i oaes WM Cnnhijc-- f'-i Hint ; 1 UKAi.i'.l: in , j WINES. uquors:ahd CfCARS.' "A thing of beauty is a joy forever." So savs everyone who sees and admires ttfose'baby carriages at Adler's. rutsT 'i..s.. Dress Making. Mrs. T. S.Jeiveff. llv onler of the Common Council. K C.NOKK1S. . Auditor and Cleri.. Aslor!.i.ir.,Mu-. 2tf. ! Take Wotice. John Rogers, Central Market, ltasrceeiieil a large invoico of 15AKBKLS AN!) HALF BA of the bast quality IH Tf.M.v e.iAii- lAoib rf ilrv fir cmllPni -"lilltU fVUII 4VUUJ 1 J ni)Ujv limbs, and bark, just received and for Up stairs, opposite Mu. ltoi-cis' BoaidaK'And is now ready to supply Butche sale at Gray's dock. ' House, I nerles and all otters, cheap lor caan. Butchers Can- Jolin A. Montgomery, fWCESSOi: TO JARKI.VS S MOSTfJOMT.BY.1' " 4- toKii-KEit r.s- Tin, Sheet Iron 'and'Copper War. a l lei. era! Assortowit ot HOUSEHOLD GOODS. Ai'.cats for 3!iig:c Stoves and UiiiieH- Ttih lst lii the inavfcei. Piuaibhij, ROvsts of U klads eo b94x. Jc wots, .looit m n workmaoUke manner. COB KB OF SIAIX.AXU JKyiTaiWOX HTBKTJ tTORXA, -'w t- .