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' -"s ,MU' ' m-lLiiJJ 1tx'c jDnllg stottixnu BATUKDAY-. ASTORIA- ORE0 N; ...JUNE3.1S82 MISCELLANEOUS. J.F.HAIXOBAX- ..Editor. N - WaiMngton-iiCltcr. -From o'nrKegular Correspondent.) ypiNOToy. D.f..Iay 22, 1332. '-.-The BeW S&tarjMsf the-Novy If any one has any extra sym pathy on hand let him bestow it on poor Keifer, the Speaker of tho j LIBERTY HALL. Mouse of Representatives. He has severed with his incisors far more than he can conveniently masti cate. MISCELLANEOUS. MISCELLANEOUS. MUD isnot'ajenthusiast.on the subject oArctTatexpeditiDfrn. "'Her throws cold trater on the sufficiently icy project of still another trip toward - the North Pole. Sensibly the new head of the .-navy suggests that, before entering upon any more "Jeannette -and ttoagers en terprises -we had better await the reports of the EhglWh polar voy agers now cruising in Jtho inhospi table Northern seas'. He also re- ', fere 'to the? fact ''that the English 'Government is fitting out "a. party togoin'searchJE.thoir lost coun trymen. . Mr. 'Chifadlcr'a polar .'conservatism is not likely: to. prove .popular with ambitious youdg na val officers -panting for fame and "preferment' All of them .would J dare-the rigors ol too .arctic-re-gion to have their names become as famous as are those- of De Long and Melville. These aspiring voung gentlemen should be " made "to wait for other and less frigid - "opportunities whereby to achievo ffreatness. The nation has enough of frozen glory-to last it until thel close of the present century. One would think that the fate of the unfortunato Jeannette would be enough tojcool the ardor of would-be- explorers without the necessity- of actuaL contact with ice bergs. Referriuc to the fnte of De'Lorig' and his brave men it adds an additional .tinge of sad ness to know that they died after reaching land. After their peri lousyoyage in boats, through Arc- - tic ice 'fields, 'they probably felt that the greatest .danger was .over wheo.they got safely cm dry land. . 'Yet.it'-would have been a merci- ' f ol dispensation, .that would have buried them beneath those ice bergs. There is a growing benti--I'-tnent to the effect that Arctic ex- plorafibns.bAV.ejcost enough in tho At 7 r. m., January 1,1832, A.S-Se-menCborn lnjjalmatla, aged 40 years. The Tunerai will take place f rOm tb Campi hotel at ,2 o'clock r. m. Saturday. June 3d. Friends of the. deceased .-aw. Invited to attend. " ' NEW TO-DAY. CITY MARKET. Instantaneous Success! Tills Afternoon nntl Kvcnlii Only. I GEAB MAT1XEE AT 2 O'CLOCK, j Prices Only 30 unit 73 Cent THE GREAT DRAMATIC EVENT, Jarltir MAjeatio.Oabor&te and IJrilluLt tie-J U of tbft iamou Hotil and I'lCturcsque nay. Uncle Tom's Cabin! , KleT&trd to the position of a ili'torical Draici. j Ctfl0 0t3Ii8-4 "5'"-S' uen,iGeo.w.liiime (L'CJl'oR rO TAclK & J.IX.KS ) Wnnlt-."le nd retail if-id.-r In n Inverters of IM&1' special fciicre- JUln Street, B Atorl&, Oresan Moy cs BLolloi, DEALEE I.N" FRESH AND CORNED MEATS. riKST QUALITY Sausages at Lowest Rates Always on Hand- A POWERFUL DRAMATIC COHIP'Y I Pail lively tliB must meritorious ihat la tir t inieiprpiea narrii ucarr m-? VVor'd-renoTrneti Drama, j Pcclc of TrnSnc-tl UlooithmiQiN. j i iDtroducoJ in Act 11 end the pursuit of fchra I i XDtHethit ie most exciting end tbnllic f ; firn ever intrciuced on the tap; ; .HagnollH .tublUt K;:n;t ; Kiit bfnlly depict the triaU. sports jn.t il.iM?iiu of tilaTCfy days. j Celebrated TrlcK IMxiftft '.Jcrrji," i Wrx Amusing and IWiarknUr Intclhsonl MaKDlflceiit scnu'O nutl LfiVcf. IncJndiiu the supremely orneotn Traufonnatimi ace of &PCXAL SiOnCl- Xotwitkalanuinff the ejionnons cxpouf of this tombiaation Ibe man nf meet aL Provisions, Oroekefy. i Glass and Plated Ware.. Wholesale and Retail Deaiei 1! JO'ROCIEEIES, Provisions. Lumber, CTC. ETC..rLETC3 PiHlioiitu'iis and Cannery SUPPLIES A SPKflAIiTI . UtoriCAl AND Oltlll ilf ! USUAL PRICES OPJLYI! , , ,.rtr ,, vfU(!llrK(orr,r,a SFRUITS AND VEGETABLcS. x'CKfiin-nibcr tljf Jlatlnco. Seatcanbo wureJs! ratlAd!pr MuMcSiuti-1 To the Voters of Clntsop County. T TAKE THIS METHOD OF DENYINf. -- tho assertion now in circulation that I nm a member of tue Kniglits or tho Sim. 1 am xot a member of anj such organization. l uo oeioos 10 iro jisjonic anu orkiiicti fraternities. c.j.ti:excmaki. Just Received. JtJST IJECKrVED AT THE FUltMTUKE and carpet store of Chas. lleilborn a lare stock of Brussels carpet, hi elesant patterns at from 85 cents to Sii por yard. t,",.-i:'.'r win. MAGNUS V. CROSBY, titi'r In fines. Liquors, Toljacco 1 Cipvs TO THE PUBLIC. IXFOKMATION nAS BEACHED ME that the leport h current tliat 1 am a momlier of the "Knishts of tho Sun," or 'Patriotic Sons of America." I take tliN occasion to say that I am not. nor hav 1 ever been a member of either of the above named orders, nor of any other that would prevent men holding any rellgiou or politi cal belief thv please. Ju3dit j. o.jjozoitrn. To the Citizens of Clatsop County. SOME I'BKSOKS "WHO SEEM TO THINK that no man has a right, lit this country, to run for ofllce without indorsement by pany managers, are circulating rai arus about the ttcKets I have had printed for this election, bearing my name as County Judge. 1 therefore desire to sav that if any eitircn of tills county has proof and boliee that I have doue anj tiling during this campaign which even resembles a "tricR," 1 want btm to vote azuinut me. I hsk uo man to vote forme unless he Is conduced that I am the best man for the place. I have requested Mr. Hallorati, Editor of printed, to show any one who desires to see them, the forms from winch the tickets were struck on", and the tickets too. If hu lias any left. Fair t.L.y lnirtt no one JuSdlt F.IMVINTON. HARDWARE, IRON, STEEL,! iron Pipe and Fittings, FJnta mi Steam Filters Goods and Tools, SHEET LEAD? STRIP LEAD SHEET IRON TIN ANPCOPPER. Cauueryaufl Fisliermens Supplies Stoves, Tin Ware and House Furnisbingj Goods. JOBBING IN SHEET WON. TIN. VQI PEP. PLUMBING .tirf STEAM FITTING Dana with neatness and ilisiatcli. None imt Urst elas-s 'twkiiit-u nii'lowd. A larco awirtment of) SCALE? fOUSitfiltl Oil tldlHl Tin I.iit(est ntnl most ivniij.t 1- l.tirk. 't iciMds intht'ir liiii'M ! liiuiiit in :1h- it v. Corner of Ca ami Sijupmocilii str.-n-,. ASlOIMA. DKEfiO.N. :(;i:nt kei: tiik i Snn Jose Fruit Packing Company, i A.Ni Tin: Sim Kraiicisi'odlicinical iASTOKIA - - - ORKGOX. -OICJSS.- Dissolntion of partnership ASK THE FOLLOWING : -:o:- ALurm ro.vitn. J .1. hIOKF' XKT I.OHT. yESTERDAY MOBKINO AT 6 O'CLOCK , on No. S buoy. South Channel, about M "net. corks and leads, branded C. I'. Co. Finder will hr .-jitKfftptnrllv rAunntpi) V7ILV rtf-rrilflablc lives, oreat suff-J-py Inlormlng CuniNC. 1'ACKlNU CO.. . ..,, -. , iskipanon. enng, to bay 1101111115 01 me uiuuey Astoria. June 1, 182. ' expended: that whatmay bogaineil, everi.should that Bttccess which has -; been dreamed of be attained, .. wouldnot, either ip 11 commercial or scientific sense, compensate for - the terrible sacrifice'! involved. , The recent census gives some valuable information concerning -' the extent and ze of the farm lands of the country and the great indrease of such property within - the last two decades. Illinois leads , the list of states and territories in 'Xrespect to the number of farms, . .. SsoidlthenTotne in order New York, Missouri, and Pennsylvania. The largest increase in the pat decatle .A- ''ii'lsbovvn in the case of Kansas, -,:'v"-ind a. gratifying increase is also recorded in tho cases of Iowa, Mis- .;,.. .souriv and North Carolina. Tho . majority of the farms vary in hizo from 20 to f00 acres, the greater .... . portion in this number ranging from 100 to 500 acres. California .- -.t, contains some farms which reach - v 1,000 "acres in extent. Farming is con'ducte'd on a similar large .scale -.!- in Dakota,; Nebraska, Wisconsin " and 'some other northern states. A.Large 'farms -of 1,000 acre.s and ci.ove aro 'found in manv places in Louisiana, Mississippi and North i i-Carolina. It .is cited as an illns- AstntiQn of he vast prosperity of these vast farming interests that about"7o per cent, of all the farms 4iin.most of the states and terri- " tarieTare occupied by the owners, while the remaining 25 per cent, are "let lit fixed rentals or culti vated 'orfsha res. Illinois has-255,-731 farms "against 202,803 ten liare1 ago; Tew York, 241,058 against.216,253 in 1870; Michigan .hus. 154,008; , Missouri, 215,275; Pennsylvania, 213,542, against .,.-171;04J. in J870; Ohio, 247,189; -:' Iowa, 175,351. ' pot. 'VrV t - Sfpigf-'famonsi Consolidated Yir- t'gihia mining stock is selling at ',... thirtyjfive cents a share. Six years " agothe boys were crowding each ..aatother out of line at the telegraph ..office, trying to buy little blocks of it at 8a76 per snare. (lit SET LOST. ON THKMOP.NINrG OF SIAY 31st. KEV-entv-flve fathoms of web 10.12. i.vmcdi deep, part of corks branded "C. T. & Co." i.anniiou. iiMAiins, Lpporvstotia. Astoria, June 1.1SS2. dl XET LOST. ON'TnE EVEKtXO Or TCEsDAV, THE 23d, atwut seventy fathoms in the lines ot &-mesh, Bai bour No. PJ net. Finder will be suitably rewarded by delivering, or giv ing information ot same, nt PeIln & Co.'s Caunerj. NICK OKOItfir. d2Cl A CAHD. A S SOME INTERESTED PARTIES J have circulated the report that 1 am a member of acenaInorderknownas"Knlhts ol the Sun," I take tlila means ot dlnvi.vq Tin: above statement. I am a member of no secret order except the onler'of Odd Tellons. H. D.ADAin. Astoria, June 1, 18S2. ea??s BOOK STORE Thi-1 irge.-t stock of Blank Books and Stationery Of pvi'rydcx'iiptiflti. SehniVl l!.M',k. i:il,!f-t. PniliiMl i Works. Albums :md Cold IVtii. Ilesiilfs a full and compii-li; stock of uif rvllmis mi'.iUy savjh-epr in it wen ipuiatui i;ook Stori. Also, news depot and aj;oiic for f-ery paper and iieriodieailpubthhe-l Carl Adler's Music Slnro F0ARB & STOKES, lnilealianJ retail .'imIi is in Voi)fliiii(l'riIl(v-v;ir(', g n 0 c n n i e s. Tobacco. Cigars. Wines and Liquors 8 111 1 N E T W I N E S- ftrboiirs Ho. 40 I2-Ply SALMON TWrNEI !!'i!HK .l.B im LIKES. Is it nn object to save Five Dollars on a Beautiful Cloak 01 Dolman, the handsomest in Astoria? Is it an object to save a Dollar on a Dress? Is it an object to save Fifty Cents on a pair of Shoes? Is it worth while to save money in purchasing; Corsets from the largest assortment in Astoria? If so, CALL AT THE CALIFORNIA STORE The)- are closing out business. Cloiliiiigf $ Less oil a Suit tliau any other Store in Astoria ! -:o:- I'OKKIl.N AND DOJlLSTIfi1 Friiiix nnut VPijetfihlcs, iA Full 'Stock Nov on Hand. ?.OY3Tjc&4 FEED,!, v.-ii 1 ' COUNTRY PRO DlT 'H.i nr!n ari r o ?!tr4iu uuilc oi CO.. Mi JHiiriit.-O'lrrrl. hi:" I'VaiirNi-n So!i A'4rllN fur tin- l'af liir l'.i.lsl. General Commission Herchants isToiHA, !ti:;. KVt to iirecon Hallway , N'.iv i.j'iftrt j di Clienanius Street. No-ncr. i.s nr.r.Er.v oivk.n nm the asse-sincnt made lij Ordinance No. AM. for tlio liiipnivi-iiii'iit and rvpairnf t'lii'iiaimis Mte.'l, UctwiTii tlw'-t sitli of f ass stieet and tlio cat side of .Jaclr soi! -.tifet, in McCluto's AatOTia. 111 the ln.imipr urovidod Itv Oidmanee No. 4! on each of Ihe following docriUrd lot-i nm &m SPECIAL AUCTION SALE! Tuesday June 6-10:30 a- m. UF.TIRLNG ri0.U HIJSINKSS. 1 nm nistnicted by Jlr. .1. AI Frojdman of Hih Cass Strict CoOVc IIou-.-. To Sell at Public Auetion.on the preml-e-In the ASTom.nr block, To the highest bidder, tor cash, ell in,- ncll-kcpt Itlulnx-Itooiii and Kltcbeu I'urullure Contained In that establishment. Ki cry article Is AS GOOD AS NEW. And consists in part of : Ten Iwjtaurant Tables, 2dozOak Dinlnij- rooni Chair?. 3 pair Lace. Curtains, t lleat- Inc Stoe. G Handsome Silver-Plated Cas tors, (l Bracket Lamps. Kino lot plated Porks and Spoons. Damask Tabic Cloths and Napkin-., line lot Crockery and Glassware, 1 Cookinc Stove with extension top, boiler and furniture complete, 1 Hot Coflce Holler ivilh Coal Oil Stove, lot Saucepans and Cook lus Utensils, ProvWons. Groceries, ttv. etc. E. C. HOLDEN, Auctioneer. Jul til SPECIAL AUCTION SALE. New Furniture and Bedding! SATCRDAY, June 3 10:30 a.m. At uiv Auction Rooms I will dUnosc of another consignment from San Francisco of fine rurnituro anct ueamng, -consist mx in part of Three Cottase Bed-Boom Sulc Completes Itonnd-Top Mahim any Bedktends; Donblc, Slnclr. and Throetiuarte r Cottaec BkI teudi Bed Launsrs and Sprlnc Mnttras.su. Also, 200 ,Yards- Xew Brussels Carpet, IX LOTS TO SUIT. E. C. Holden. Auctioneer. ewSale to Commence at half-past ten pre clsely.. . Jultd IT Pianos and Organs. (if .ill uul.es" t'on-t:inll u hand. AN full .stock m VIOLINS. GUITARS, BANJOS, AC- CORDEOKS. CONCERTINAS. ILVRMONIC-VS, FLUTES. Also a larse stock of t ho best of VIOLIN AND GUITAR STRINGS, SHEET :MUSIC. AND MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS, As cll as ftprvtliliu' else belonsiiie to a first Ola-is Muic Store. wwmm - AMI- DEl.e22a.o323L"tooi Locatien: CA2L-2F021ITIS. STOB.E, Opposite P. 0, Astoria, Oregon. TheBossCoffee and Tea Pot jfL fWl.R.HAWES seli: AGr.NT. Alsii, .c:it for the cc!-brated Iturk'H Iiinl CookStop, MEDALLION ItAffGH S1TVM PtlTINGS ASrF.CIAI.TY No'ie imt lh- bc-.t lforknicn employed. VII norkjsuurameed or no charge. ASTORIA, OREGON J illll3l &JS E-r isi.3 lilSi'lif'S SS fimitintr I'.t'un Hint part nC Clicnaniitbi Ttt'n nonlts EART.OK Of CIDENT. ..'- ... ... . .i--" .. . -- -- siu-ct lrointtie w-si sine ot uass strecri j: --..- -. tn tlio cast -,'iuV of .laeUsnn street, is now iltto ttiul parable at lite oillce of tlie City .i.-n iir ii r-"-r-ivi Troa-.ui.V.inN3i.lc:y.inUiutP.lSlale-s . CHAS HE1LBORN, gold ami iier coin, anil unlpss paid -w . - ? within lieil.ijs from the expiration oi lliUiuitiep. lz .: .iniic ! lS.S2.tlip Com-, mnn C'ouneii iiil onlur warrants i--ttel . , for tin' collection thereof. Tlie asso-s- J' incut ! asiollews: - cr V VMI. Of dWNl i: or i.ot. THIS PAPER a!gc Bui NEWYORK may be found on file at Uo. 1". Itowm. & Co'i Kcwspapcr AdvcrtUlcc Bureau (10 Snruen toirceij,wnere aarer tlilsgcontracUmay be xaado ler It In SPianosand Orsanssold on mo timiitlil) .in stallment plan, or for rent. CARL ADLER'S"VARIETY STORE Watches, Clocks and Jewelry. Pocket and Tabln Cutler, Yankee Notions and Tojs, Ilctun rratnes and Chriini. aBaby Carriages, a minpletc assortnu-ni. New goods by every steamer. The public ar Invitctl to cxamlni my stock and prices. cnusASirs st.. - astohia. 01:1:1 :on. SrV ii$xv& Tm. K. C5. smith, Importer and Wholesale dealer In Cigars and Tobacco, Smoker's Ar ticles, Playing Cards, Cut lery, Etc., Etc., Tlie largest and finest stock of Meerschaum and Amber goods in the city. P.irtlcular at tention paid to orders from the country and vessels- Chenamus street, Astoria, Oregon. THEO. 11 BACKER. Manager (' llneUi!!" .. . iC lloellin-' r, - ( Unolliiw '.I V Gc'irliart S II It I'ark-or (I'Oise Hill 1 r.eiiuan and A W lseiry . j 1 llerjjiuan .mil A V I'eriv ..1 ' rYo;ri-.siw L&IJ Asso-. ? rS- n -woo fi 10 oo 'J i -HI 0u 0 !.". 00 to :::'. oo to .!;: oo 'i ARE THE BEST. And cAst no mow than other brand- :,ut u" tho Merchant with whom ou trade dues not keep our (loodj, it is because tl pa. bfttertosellapairof lloots orshoes -ery tno month? than every four or ihn. Wi: ;fAPvANTi:r. i:vei:' VAii: wf.maki:. Ail rdcrchants in good ciedit t-.ni pi.KMire these floods at ourWarclirnisi- in Portland or.San.riancisco. Try our "HERCULES" Patent Boots HECHT BROS. i CO. vsiouiA. oi:i:n(ix DRUGS AND CKEfiiGALS, Toilet and Fancy Articles, PATENT MEDICINES, ETC. 237l'icsertitimis carcfitllv eonipoiiinled'at all hours. J5llonicopathle Tiuctuiii a'ld lvllus. and llmnphrc 's Speelllcs alvi kept. A Card. r, tintioli " I' A llyl.in.l... i' liohr t; n i:iiiott Mis (J LPaiker , MrsC LlMrlt.T .(aniPsitjbee .Mm pseJJ be i CL Parker OL Parker .lacol) Kanini Jacob ICaiiun t:poii;e Daxitlson j tieorgc n.tviilnn .Inlm Ilobson j John llobMin .nV-Mtitison i J W MuiiMin I A CtOsby, raitnic Crosby, l-'icil I'ros Iiy ( heir- of A Cros by. dceea-Pil) 11 11 tl 11 12 l'' V J 3 i:s 7 13 S I 13 1 I L0 2 20 :: , 2u 1 ri 1 L'l 21 rnilril .Static I'nitnl Stales L Parker Henry lSureinle-i fieorijc Plavol Ucorjie l-'iaxel GeorRe 1'l.ivel lis 1 i 2.J ISO) 18 00 1373 13 75 P! 73 13 75 33 0) 3S0e : to 3S00 33 00 33 00 33 00 33 00 28 OD! '21 00 2S00 20 :non ;s! oo 33 00 33 Oil -1. 7."J Ai 7i"J AT, 7.1 15 75 30 00 30 00 30 00 30 00 m oo 00 00 rlOOO 40 fK) io m) MANUFAOTtlKKU OF; FUKNTTITRE 5? BEDDING AND DKALEP. IN Carpets, Oil Cloth, Wall Paper, Mirrors, Window Shades, Lace Curtains, Picture Frames and Mouldings, WTNDOAV COP.NICL3 AND CUHTATN POLES Complete in ever hiancli. MARTIN- OLSEN, TtEALF.U IN '. order or tin- Common Council. V C.N'ORP.IS. Auditor and Cleri;. A-dona, )r.,.M.i LV, Isb.' FURNITURE BEDDING. l'iirm-1' liaisi ami miuciuuiui Sli-eetw. Astoria. Oi-esou. WINDOW SHADES AND TRIMinlNGS; LOOKING GLASSES, ETC. V Complete Mori.". PRICES AS CHEAP AS QUALITY WILL AFFORD. AM. KIXIM r ITRMTJ35E REPAII5KD ASD VAKSISnED. Tlie Splendid New Ship "ADOLF OBRIG!" 1448 Tons Register, Take Notice. John Rogers, Central Market, 11.13 receh ed a large lin olee of j KAi'.KET.S AND UALP HAltltELS1 of the liest finality. And tittow icadr to Minnly Butchers C:m-1 nene- and all other, i-heav for cnsli. GOOD CHEAP BOOTS, i haw Lately Reduced the Price Of all my rnvt-ci.:-s j ltiiniN tsi) suoi:s Jiviii: to ot:i:t:.t i .... I As follows 1'incst Sewed Calf Koot? THE ESMOND, A rirst-Clas? Saloon and Lodging House Nenlv Uefitteit in the Mot AtlractUe ' and Comfortable Style. San S'rniiclsco Xntlonal ISecr. That eelclirated heveraj:c fresh on draught , Also the llnest ; WINES, LIQUORS, and CIGARS UOKCKT SINCL-lin, Proprietor. J Opposite the O. It. & N. Wharf. iROSCOE'S FIRST CLASS Ovster Saloon, CIIIC.NAJ1U.S STBKET. ASTOHIA. Tho "Aluiira linnrlv" stnvonlno a 1 shelves at John A. Montgomery's. Astoria. .imu im. i l.niTei: Asteuias: Jt i. with lileasttre llial I call the at tention of your readers lo the fact that I have established a photograph gallery in Astoria, opposite the (,'ourt 'Mouse. I earnestly imitoeery citizen of jour town and vicinity to visit it ami evain araine tho display of pictures, firmlybe- i limit tin der Special Survev and Classed A 1 ' f. '.l' 'i'H , for 1-ifteeu Wats. ' ' wf1 li K.'01 tn,4 So!l"'1 Ml oo 10 50 11) IV) r.VKHKTT STAPI,r.S, lantop. TVH.L load rei: j.ivEiiroor. on:i:cT. n and Iiaina thehulHof herfart;'cn-K-iKe.l. will bequiiklydispatched. A limited ipi.uitity or salmon can be taken, on reason aide tenns, in bits to suit shippers. Piffl TTnlnu ( I'nnlnlat nii.l ,tm ! imr:..v n,t n: ,.:.i.,.f r i. . ..,....r"-' .",.. . ."..uici ,..., iii mui i.i- ,.(,ifv. ml tj..vii uiiu (Mini -uiur-,, Uipi IO will he that my work is not only of the i uesi. urn mail inu prices ;ut; reasonariie. I am prepared :o Uo all kinds of viow- inK, copying ana cniarsins o any size in all ueD.irtments. 1 will see that my customers go a war satisfied, and re spectfully solicit their patronage. Very truly, S.B.'Cnow. Photographer. SSBSOH, CHURCH & CO., Portland. Oregon. mjr.tf LETTKK HEAD TAPKR. NTED OH PLAIN. Ol? TIIE qaalttr at TbcAstouah otSca. Xothinsl.utthel;i-.t Genuine Mercer Frencli Calf Used in My Shop. I.. I. Art old. j UlipOSlte II1CU li. A. -.l.ll. S lWCh. Stewhans Varieties ! aRArro OPENING. 1.X Vr.I.Y KSTKIITA I X3T hsstintomi. Admittance free. I l I A TDRLXTED OH PLAIN, Oi' TIIE BEST ' Have a-new bowline aner. the largest ami rillli: CNDEHSIONED IS rLKASED TO A. anniiiince to the public that he i? mak ing the Boston Crystal Ice Cream Tlie finest Ice Cream ever dished up to the American public. Try It, and be convinced. He aNo itiniiihes, in first -class style, OYSTERS, HOT COFFEE TEA. ETC. at inr: Ladies' and Gent's Oyster Saloon. CIIE-VAMUS stt.eet. Please "ifi mo a call. KOSCOC DlXOy.rroprietor Croup, WhoopinR Couch and Bron chitis immediately relieved by Shiloh'3 Cure. Sold by V. E. Dement.