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Astoria, Oregon, Tuesday Siorning, May 22, 1883
A noticeable feature of the
migration this spring to the north
west, is the numerous colonics
that have gone out in a body or
are now organizing to move the
present month. There are man'
advantages in this mode of going
to a new country. The members
of a colony are usually old ac
quaintances from the same neigh
borhood, who have tins of friend
ship and. local customs and tra
ditions to bind them together, so
that to some extent they transfer
their former social conditions to
their new home, and the sense of
newness and strangeness which
sometimes oppresses the emigrant
is a great deal modified. The
women, especially, are happier for
not being obliged to make an en
tirely fresh circle of acquaintances.
Then there is a practical co-operation
among the men at the outset
in helping each other and exchange
kindly acts of neighborly assist
ance. Besides, m the matter of
freight and passenger rates on the
railroads, a numerous colony going
west in a body can usually get
concessions which work to the ad
vantage of all.
It should be understood, how
ever, by people who mean to join
colony associations, that they open
no royal road to ease and compe
tency in the west, and that their
members are not going to be re
lieved from the practice of the
same industry, energy and pru
dence which alone enable the
individual settler to prosper.
The colony is not going to
work for them, or think for them,
or save for them. "We remember
& New York colony which soon af
ter the war, bought an estate in
western North Carolina, upon
which was a hotel and a warm
spring. Many of the members
spent their time in bathing in the
spring and sitting in the shade on
the hotel piazza. At last the in
dustrious grew weary of working
for the lazy, and the association
broke up disastrously. At Rugby,
Tennessee, more recently, the Eng
lish colony passed through dis
couraging experiences until the
idle colonists, who seemed to think
life "all beer and skittles," were
weeded out and their places filled
with workers. Idle, incompetent
people who may think that, by
fastening themselves to a colony,
they can somehow drift along with
the rest, had better give up the
notion. In old communities such
people manage to live by the good
natured tolerance and assistance
of society, but in the west, where
earnest labor is the Que tlnng
needed to develop the resources of
nature, they are detected at once
atid have a hard time of it. The
constitutional shirks, and the
dreamy, amiable ne'er-do-wells,
had better stay where they are.
The same can also be said of the
reformer who thinks he has a call
to elevate society, and whose ar
dor is usually fired by the project
of a colony casting off the restraints
of old industrial and social condi
tions, and going out upon virgin
soil. People in the new west are
much too busy with the material
problems right around them to
care much for theories, philoso
phies or new religions. What
they want to know about a new
comer is not whether he can talk
eloquently about the dignity of la
bor, but whether he can build a
house or drive a breaking-team; not
whether he has aspirations for the
higher life, but whether he pays
his way and is going to make one
more industrious, capable worker
in a new community.
Colonics, such as we speak of,
attempt no common ownership of
land or regulation of labor such
attempts, unless inspired by some
peculiar religious spirit, have al
ways failed, but are only associa
tions of families to buy a home
stead land in the same vicinity,
secure the advantages of schools, a
post-office and a well-settled
Beighborhood at once, and render
maUal service to each other, such
m good neighbors everywhere
El Paso, ' May 20.---The an
nouncement of Crook's arrival at
Barispa, Sonora, on the 5th, and
the indicated line of his subse
quent march, localizes the Mexi
can military at Paso del Norte,
the present position. It is evident
he had placed his main body of
cavalry and supplies at Alamatura,
a point on the Janos road, in Mex
ico, and he is believed to be over
twenty miles below the line. He
has about thirty day supplies on
a pack train of forty mules. The
point toward which Crook was
heading, after leaving Barispa, is
about 120 miles south, in Sonora,
close to the Chihuahua line. It is
on the southerly limit of the hos
tile range in Mexico. From Sag
ushie canyon, where the Mexicans
under Tories whipped Juh's band,
May 3d, trails go through the
mountains and across to Chihua
hua. Wasn't That a Mean Trick?"
"Yes, I did murder the bo' and
threw him in the river. I killed
him for $5.05 and two plugs of to
bacco. Gentlemen, wasn't that a
mean trick, to kill a little boy for
two ulufrs of tobacco? Yes, it
was. Everybody says 'yes.'"
That was what George Ware, col
ored, s.iid, when the people of
Florence took him out on Satur
day to lynch him. After his
speech he was pinioned, a cloth
tied over his face and the rope ad
justed about his neck, he assisting
to some extent in getting it prop
erly arranged by moving his head.
When all was ready a brother of
the murdered boy (Bethune) was
called forward to remove the bar
rel, on which the prisoner was
standing, from under him, which
he did, leaving "Ware, the slayer
of his brother, suspended in mid
air Chattanooga Times.
The future supply of gold, oven
for coinago purposes, is beginning
to be one of more than common
interest. Ancient history is re
splendent with the prodigal dis
play of gold by the barbaric peo
ple of the Orient. Arabia, Egypt,
and Africa, according to this same
authority, were prolific in their
production of this precious metal.
Pliny states that Cyrus returned
from his conquest with thirty-four
thousand pounds of gold (about
$10,000,000.) Alexander the Great
brought $100,000,000 in gold from
Persia. But at the present time
these great fields, so renowned in
history, are barren so far as the
production of gold is concerned,
and it is evident that Europe can
be no longer depended upon to
perform any appreciable part in
furnishing a supply of gold to
meet the demands of the future.
Even in this country the statistics
of production show a constant and
marked decline in gold, although
the field is largely extended and
j mining is more thoroughly prose
cuted than ever before.
The oldest tree in the world, so
far as any one knows is the Bo
tree, of the sacred city of Amara
poora, in Burmah. It was planted
28S B. C, and is therefore now
2,170 years old. Sir James Emer
son Tennent gives reasons for be
lieving that the tree is really of
this wonderful age, and refers to
historic documents in which it is
mentioned at different dates, as
182 A. D. 233 A. D., and so on to
the present day. "To it," says
Sir James, "kings have even dedi
cated their dominions, in testimo
ny of a belief that it is a branch of
the identical fig tree under which
Buddha reclined at Urumelaya
when he uuderwent his apotheosis."
Its leaves are carried away as
streamers by pilgrims, but it is too
sacred to touch with a knife, and
therefore they are only gathered
when they fall. The king oak in
"Windsor Forest, England is 1,000
When Ladles arc Attracts e.
All ladies know their faces are
most attractive when free from pim
ples. Parker's Ginger Tonic is popu
lar among them becauso "it banishes
impurities from blood and. &in and
makes the face glow' with health.
Tho Bible Revision Failure.
They are selling editions of the
revised new testament now for
whatever it will bring in ounces
and pounds in New York. It was
a stupendous failure. No one
would read it: no one would .buy
it. Booksellers have had enor
mous loads of it that they cannot
carry, and, as it -was not worth a
cent in the market, it was sold as
old paper to be turned into the
vats in the paper mills and soaked
into pulp. A fair edition was sold
when the book was first issued, to
people who were anxious for curi
osity sake to look at it, but as soon
as their curiosity was gratified, the
sale stopped short, and it has nev
er started up again. Half a dozen
schemes have been tried by the
book publishers to get rid of their
.useless stock, and a great many
have waited patiently in the hope
that some genuine interest would
be manifested by bible readers in
the new version; bat they have all
been grievously left. Tho book is
commercially good for pulp and
One of the most painful phases
of Washington life, according to a
correspondent, 's the presence of
"old battered wrecks that the
waves and winds of politics have
cast ashore from time to time."
Forced out of public life, these
"ne'er do weels" settle in Wash
ington and drift from bad to worse.
Ex-senators, ex-cabinet officers,
ex-generals, are seen "so seedy
and dilapidated that they will
cross the street rather than see an
old friend." so poor and helpless
that they are often hungry, with
out a cent to buy food." In spite
of tho pathos of the fact, one can
not help but feeling that men who
are capable of such degradation
are better out of office than in.
This ponder never varies. A man el of
purity, strength and wlulebomencis. Mora
economical than the ordinary kinds, and
cannot be sold in competition with the nml-
titudc of low test snort weight, alum or
puospnaie powders. &ofaoniyui cans, roy
al Baking Powder Co., lOG Wall-.st. N. Y.
NEVILLE & CO.
Pacific Net and Twine Go.
Sax Francisco, April nth, 1883.
For general convenience,
we have sent a supply of Xo. 30, 12-
ply Genuine Scotch Salmon IVet
Twine, to the care of A. il. JOHNSON
& CO., Astoria, which will be sold at
low enough figures to make it an object
for all net menders to use it for repairs,
In place of the more costly No. 40, 12
Pl.v. Fishermen who have heretofoie nsed
this grade of twine for repairs, claim
that the durability of the patch is equal
to the balance of the net, after the latter
has had a few weeks use. We think it
will be money in your pocket to try it.
For prices and samples apply to
A. M. JOHNSON & CO.,
Seville & Co. Sole Agents, l . Fr-mcLsco
31 and 33 California St. f Ban l raaclsco-
Street Improvement Notice.
NOTICE is hereby given that the
Common Council of the city of Astoria
propose to order the improvement of
Main street in that portion of the city
of Astoria which was laiu out ana re
cnrdKtl hv John ifcClure. from the Muth
sideofAstor street to the south side of
8th street by grading the same to its
lull width to the established grade as
established by ordinance No. 72 of the
city of Astoria, and by planking the
same 24 fcetrwide in the center of said
Ktreut and unless a remonstrance sinned
by the owners of two-thirds of the prop
erty lroniWK on saiu. puiuuii uj. smu
street be filed with the Auditor and
Clerk within ten days of the final pub
lication of this notice, viz.: Monday.
June 4, 1883, the Common Council wfll
ordersaid improvements to be made.
By order of tho Common Council.
Auditor and Clerk
Astoria, iiY 13, 1883.
Neuralgia, Sciatica, Lumbago,
Backache, Soreness of the Chest,
Gout, Quinsy, Sore Throat, Swell
ings and Sprains, Burns and
Scalds, General Bodily
Tooth, Ear and Hoadacho, Frosted
Feet and Ears, and all other
Pains vend Aches.
No Preparation on earth equals Sr. J com Oil.
as a safe, sure, simple and cheap External
Kenedy. A trial entail bat tlie conparatlTtly
trifling outlay of 50 Cent, and ererj sne mffer
Ing with pain can baro cheap aai pbeitlTO proof
of iti claims.
Directions in Eleven Languages.
A. VOGELER &.CO.,
Balthnore, SSA, T7. S A.
From a number of fanners we
learn that the fruit cn,p of Lane
county has been seriously injured
by the cold rains of last April.
The plum crop will not yield over
one-fifth of a crop; oherri es about
one-half, pears one half, and the
apple crop about one-half. We
are sorry that the fruit crop of
Oregon should fail at this time, as
this interest is just becoming one
of the most important of our state,
but we are satisfied that the loss
will only prove a drawback for the
present year. Eugene Guard.
A LETTER P1 GERMANY.
.-a i . J-.S, January 0, $2.
Vry eMccmod Fir.:
The praise your Liver PUN linvc called
forth here Is wonderful. After taking ono
nrul n. half boxes of your genuine IJR. C.
McLANK'S LIVEIl PILLS, I liao en
tirely recovered from myfourycars'-ulTw-liiK.
All who k-vovr me wonder how I,
who, for so many years, had no npj.etiio,
and could not sleep for lincknehe. -t!U-h
in my bide, and Reneral stninncl: com
plnlnts, could hnve recovered.
An old lady In our city, who h:i. . iored
for many years from Kidney diso .o :nd
the doctors had given her up, toi.k i of
your Pills, and sot more relief tlnu -lw
has from all the doctors. Yorr- m' .
J. VON DhU l:iUJ.
BEWARE OF IMITATIONS.
The genuine are never suar-coatcd.
Every box has a red wax seal on the lid.
with the impressien: JlcLauc's Lhcr
The genuine McLANE'.S LZVKK
PILLS bear tho signature of C. 3IeLniip
and riomin-Bros. on the wrappers.
Insist upon having the genuine Ilt. C.
McLANE'S LIYElt PILLS, prepared bv
Fleming Bros., of Pittsburgh, P.i.. He
mirkct being full of imitations of d.e
name McLnne, spelled differently, but of
If your storekeeper does not hne the
cenuino DR. C. 31 CLANK'S C'KLK
liRATKD LIVKIt FILLS, Fc.nd u ar,
cents, and we will send you a box by mail,
and a set of our advertising cards.
FLEMING BROS., Pittsburgh. Pa.
King of tlie Blood
Is not a "cure alt." It Is a blood-purifier and
tonic. Impurity of the blood poisons thes2
tem, deranges the circulation, and lhu In
duces mauy disorders, known by different
names to distinguish them according to ef
fects, but being really branches or phases of
that great generic disorder. Impurity or
Itiood. Such are Dyxpcjma, HlUlousnet-f,
Liver Complaint, Con$tipatirm, icrniM Dis
orders. Headache, Backache, General Weah
navs. Heart Dlcae,Droiwj. Kldiicv DVie,
Piles, RheumatUm, Catarrh, Scmhda, Skin
Disorder, Pimple. Ulcer. 6trcl(ii7". Ae..
Sx. Kins of the Itiood prevents and
cures these by attacking tlie caiue. Impurity
of the blood. Chemists and pli slciau-s agree
in calling it "the most genuine and efficient
preparation for tlie purpose" Sold by Dn.g
glsts, SI per bottle. See testimonials, direc
tions, Lc, in pamphlet, 'Trcatlae on I)lscas
ot th Blood." wrapped around each boitle.
D. RANSOM, SON & Co.. Props
Buffalo. N. Y.
W. E. DEMENT & CO.
ASTOP.LV, - - - OREGON
Carry jn Stock,
DRUGS, CHEMICALS, TOILET
Prescriptions carefully Compounded,
SOZOETH & JOHNS.
Real Estate Dealers.
A general agency business transacted
Have Columbia City. Alderbrook, Astoria
and Seaside property for sale.
Columbia Transportation Co.
"Tit ;w.ulsr steamer
IS i-! h ih boon refitted for the comfort of
va-M:jier will leave "Wilson and
FNlier's dock every
Vnvdoy, Y.'ednesday and Friday at 6
' ff. n: riving at Portland at 1 P. M.
V rrl::'.: leave rortland every '
Tuesdays and Thursdays at 6 A. M.
Arriving at Astoria at 1 P. M.
Ati wNiiwotMl trip will b made cm
Sunday of Each Week,
Leaving Portland at 9 o'clock
rns-eagprs by thb routs connect at Kalama
for Snrml ports, u.u. buaa.
Astoria and Portland.
Str. WEbTFOKl i
F. II SHERMAN. - - - MASTER.
Will mak remdar trlns to Portland and
Astoria. Ie.r ing Burnett's dock, foot of Mor
rison Mrei't, Portland, at c a.m. Saturdays.
And will leave "Wilson Fisher's dock,
Astona. at c a. m. Tliursdas.
Esy Freight carried at reasonable rates.
Steamer " RELIC."
t WILL MAKE TRIPS AS
To YOUNGSRIVER, Mondays, Wednesdays
JOHN DAYS RIVER, Tuesdajs, Fridays,
LEWIs and CLARKE, Thursdays and
Will leave Wilson & Tlshers wharf at
O o'elooli sharp, each morning.
LEWIS G. flAAVEN, Master.
REGULAR STEAM PACKET.
"Daisy" and Barge.
Will leave Astoria, from Graj-'s Dock,
For Olney, and Head of Youngs Klver,
On TufMnH. smil Friday, at 8 A. 31.
lieturainx same day.
For Landings on Lents & Clark's Rlrer,
On Urdnrdn)s, ntH A. 31.,
For Fonner's Camp.
On I'rldaj.s. nt 5 p. 31., la) lng over night
at the Camp, t1U leave for Astoria, on Sat
urday, at x A. 31.: Returning will leave
Astoria, at 3 V. 31.
iWFor Frefcht or Passage, apply on hoard,
or at Gray's Dock, liere Freight will be re
ceived and stored, if necessary.
J. H. D. GRA.Y.
A.M. JOHSON. C. H. STICKKLS.
A. M. JOHNSON & Co.,
CROCKERY &. CLASS WARE.
AUo Wholesale Dealers in
Paint.H. Oils. Ynruihlics, Glass,
ruttj-. Artiste OH and Water
Colors, Vaitit and Kalso-
Constantly on hand a full and choice stock
ofStadfcaud Fancy Groceries Only tlio
Our stock of Crockery and Glaus
U'are is the Larcrest and most Complete
Stock ever opened in Astoria.
Tea and Dinner Sets, Toilet Sets. Glass,
Fruit, and Water Sets. Bar Fixtures. Ale
Mugs. Ponies, ltustic Bottles Goblets, Tum
blers Lemonade Cups, &c , X.c.
Every thing sold at Low est Living Rates.
An Examination will more than repay you.
LOEB & CO.,
AGENTS FOR THE
Best San Francisco Houses and
Tumblers Decanters, and All
Kinds of Saloon Supplies.
EyAll goods sold at San Francisco Prices.
Opposite Parker House, Astoria, Oregon.
MAGNUS C. CfiOSBY,
HAM ABE, IM, STEEL,
Iron Pipe and Fittings,
PLUMBERS AND STEAM FITTER0
Goods and Tools,
SHEET LEAD STRIP LEAD
SHEET IRON TIN AND COPPER,
Stoves, Tin Ware and House
JOBBING IN SHEET IRON, TIN, COP
PER PLUMBING and STEAM FITTING
Done with neatness and dispatch.
None but first class workmen employed.
A large assortment ofj
Constantly cq hand
Oregon Railway & Navigation
On and after April 1st, 1883.
Ocean Steamers will sail from San Fran
cisco and Portland eerv three days.
Leaving Spear St. wharf San Francisco, at
10 :00 A. M.. and AInsworth Dock. Portland,
Through Ticket sold to all principa
cities in the United States, Canada and
River and Rail Division.
On and After March 18, 1883.
1 rains leave Portland for Eastern points,
at 7 :20 A. M. Sundays excepted.
EIVKK imiSIOX (Middle Colmnbia).
Boats Ieavo Portland for Dalles at 7 :00
lnmbii....lS AM 6 AM 6 AM IS AM
Uarton. Or 17 AM ,' I, AM ,'
S?"S,:Hgam ! !am
VictornJicisAMl U AMJ
Lesres Astoria for Portland at 6 a. m. diilj- ei
Astoria to Portland.
Steamer Wide IVetit will leave Astoria
for Portland. IP. 31 .
Rcturninp:, leaves Portland; for Astoria,
S A. 31., dally, Wednesdays excepted.
Pullman Pa ice Can running between Port
land. Walla Walla and Uarton.
Superintendent of Traffic
C. H. PKESCOTT.
Ilwaco Steam Navigation Go
Astoria to Forts Stevens, Canby,
Connecting by Stages for
Oysterville and Olympia.
Until farther notice the Ilwaoo
Steam Navigation Co's steamers
GEN". MILES, onGEtf. CAiBY
Will leave Astona
On Mondays, and Thursdays, at 7 A. M.
Fart Stevens, Fort Canby, and llYtaro
Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Fridays and
Saiurd ci i .
The steamer will leave Astona at 9 a.m.
as formerly, not being confined strlcUrto
Fare to Fort Steve
" " Canby and Ilwacn
SB-llwaco freight, by the ton, in lot3 ol
one ton or over, $2 oo per ton.
aarFor Tickets. Towage or Charter appl
at the office of the Company, Gray' wharf.
foot of Benton street.
J. U.D.GRAY. Airent
Oregon & California R.R Cc
On an after Sept. 21, 1SS2. trains will run
follows, DAILY (Except Sundays).
Between POITTXAM) and BI!lLi.
Portland 7:30A. u.lRiddle's 8.30 r. m
Riddla's 3:30 a. u. Portland 4:25 p. m
ALBANY EXPRESS TRAIN.
Portland 4:00 P. M.ILebanon 9.20 P. M
Lebanon 4:45 A. M.PortIand10:05A.Sl
Portland 6:15 a. .Jnnetion ...6:0Jr.n
Junction 6:3Ja. u.lRiddlo'a 5:10i. ji
Riddle's....6:00 a. M.l Junction 5:00 p. ii
Junction ...-3:45 a. m. Portland.. ..5:25 p. u
The Oregon and California Railroad b ern
makes connection with all KegularTrains oc
Between Portliind and Corvnllia
Portland 8:00 A. Jl.lCorvallis 3.-00 P. M
Corvallis 8:30 A. M.ll'ortland 3:20 P. M
Close connections made at Kiddle's with
tho Stages of the Oregon and CalifornU State
Tickets for sale at all the principal poinb
in California and tho East, at Company'
Corner F and Front Sts., Portland, Or.
Storage will bo char"4 on freight remain
ing at Companys Warehouse over '1 hours.
Freight will not be received for shipmen.
after 5 o'clock P. M. on cither tho East or
West aide Division. .
J. BRANDT, (Jen'l SuiVt-
E. P. ROGERS.
Gen'l Freight and Passenger Agent
R. KOEHLER. Vice President and Managei
Shoalwater Bay Transportation Co.
Astoria to Olympia,
Fort Stevens. Frt C'aby, Ilwaco.
North. Beacfc.OyBtenrllle. Xorth
Cove, Petersons 1'olnt. Ho-
qalcm, JHon t etmno,
And all points onShoalwater Bay, and Graj
Strs. . or
On Columbia River.
Connecting with Stages over Portages.
Leave Astoria for Olympia, at - - 7 A. M.
On Mondays, Thursdays and Saturdays,
arriving at Montesano the day after leaving
Astoria through trip in CO hours.
Leave Olympia lor Astoria on samo days.
Ed YE REMO YED I
From their old quarters to their
AND FACTORY NEAP. KINNEY'S CANNERY;
Doors, Windows, Blinds, Transoms, Lumber.
OAK LUMBER, ig9HBL ; "
Boat Material, Etc.
I Boats of all Kinds 2Aa.de to Order. ;
JS'-Orders from a distance promptly attended
S. ARNDT & EERCHEN,
ASTORIA. - OREGON.
The Pioneer Machine Shop
All kinds of
Promptly attended to.
A specialty made of repairing
FOOT OF LAFAYETTE STREET.
ASTORIA IRON WORKS.
Betox Street, Nsae Paiikkr House,
ASTORIA. - OREGON.
GENERAL MACHINISTS AND
BoilerWork, Steamboat Work
and Cannery Work a spe
cialty. Of all Descriptions made to Order
at Short Notice.
A. D. "Wass, Presedent.
J. G. Hustler, Secretary,
I. W. Case, Treasurer.
John Fox, Superintendent.
A. V. Allen,
(SUCCESSOR TO PAGE & ALLEN.)
Wholesale and retail dealer In
Glass and Plated Ware,
TROPICAL AND DOMESTIC
FRUITS AND VEGETABLES.
Wilson & Fisher,
Iron, Steel, Coal, Anchors, Chains,
TAR, PITCH, OAKUM,
WROCGIIT AND CUT GALVANIZED
s x 3s: e: 3
IV'alls. Copper Wails and Burrs,
Shelf Hardware, Faints and Oils
Rubber and Hemp Packing of all Kinds.
FJLOUR ASI 9I1XX. TEEIK
Agents for Salem Flouring Mills.
Corner Chenamus and Hamilton Street
LOOK HERE !
We respectfully Inform-the public that we
will always keep on hand the oest quality of
Presh. and Cured Meats
Choice Family Groceries,
Frealr Fruits, "Vegetables, Crockery and
Ships, Hotels and Boarding Houses sup
plied on liberal terms.
A share of the public patronage is respect
dtf , WARREN & THOMPSON.
to, and satisfaction gnaraatte haJlfe9
KJ-r-'-'-'-'-.'-'-CU-HJ JiW JL.
BUSINESS OAXDS. oi
Tg C. HOLDM, ' "4
AUCTIONEER, COMMISSIOIT" AXJt IJT
SURANCE AGIST. - . o
.EliO F. FAK1KK.
8URVZY0R OF x
Clatsop Caaty,aa4Citr,? JLtrtjrS
Office : Chenamus street, Y. H. C. A..ka
Room No. 8.
Attorney and Counatr atLamu
JO-Offlce in Pythian Building. Emm U.13
ASTORIA, - - - - , OJttGON.
TAX TUTTIiK, X. I.
PHYSICIAN AND STTRGEOH
OmcE Rooms 1, 3, and j.Tythlaa Build
ing. -, -
Residenck Over J. E. Thomsa Drac
Store. ( '"
Tjl P. MICKS,
ASTORIA, - - - ..OXEGOBt
Rooms In ADai's buildlnp.ap sUJi79ern
of Cass and Sqemocqhe stret ft.
X Q.ABOWBY, .
ATTORNEY AT XAW. .
Chenamus Street, - - ASTORIA, OR1GOX
J J. JOXES, ?
Shin and Steamboat - Joimtr
PTTiCI TT TtfTTTTllfOniMi
General CsmmissPon' Iftkri.
Office on Squeraaqua street, oppeeitrAiTO
A General Agency business transacted.
Suits made in the Latest Style, anoa-feort-est
notice ; also
Fainted Flowers on tkBr
-Ladles are Invited to call and s
pies of this fine work.
GENERAL STEAMSHIP ACEMCY.
Bills of Exchange on juiy
Part oi Europe.
I AM AGENT FOB TIB .FOLLOWING
well known and comznodlour ttnfiilifn
STATE LINE, RED STAB,
NATIONAL, and AMERICAN LINB.
Prepaid tickets to or fros aay :B)iMpa
For full information teTate ar-Jftra,
sailing days, etc, app's to ;
GEO. W. HUME SAM MILL.
LUMBER, SALMON BOXES, 1RAY8, ETC.
Office and Miljk
CORNER OF WEST 9TH XXD VTATZR TS
FIRST QUALITY LUMBER.
IS IN THE FIELD AND PROPOSE TO
We will take ordert foe leosfeer .torn !
to 500 M.. at the mill or dellrered.
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