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Astoria, Oregon, Thursday7 ilorning, May 2i, 1883'
THE RUSSIAN CZAR.
An Imposing Pageant.
On Sunday next, Providence
and the Nihilists willing, Alexan
der III., by the grace of God,
autocrat of all the Russias, will be
crowned in the ancient capital of
Moscow. The most extraordinary
preparations have been made, the
most lavish expenditure incurred,
and next Sunday will witness such
a ceremonial as is rarely seen.
From ever quarter of the world
governmental embassadors have
been sent to represent their sover
eigns, and should the Nihilists
carry out their proclaimed pro
gramme and throw bombs and
dynamite the slaughter will be
of a more general nature than on
the 13th of March, 1881, when in
the streets of St. Petersburg, the
present Czar's father was brutally
assassinated by Nihilist conspira
tors. The coronation of the Russian
Ozar is without exception the
grandest, most solemn and brilliant
ceremony in the world, nothing
ever seen or heard of elsewhere
approaching it in splendor, and
for this reason a full description of
it may be read with interest.
The Czar while uncrowned has
very little power as a monarch,
being, so to say, a minor holding
the reins of state more by courtesy
than by right. He cannot pro
claim war or conclude a treaty of
peace, nor can he enter the impe
rial throne-room, or confer the
grand cordon of any of the deco
rations. All orders issued by him
are null and void uHless the' be
countersigned by two of the minis
ters of state, the body of which
they form part acting in every re
spect as regents of the empire
during the Czars political minority.
Daring tins period he has no right
to the fifty-six titles belonging
etiquette, Czar of Russia. Under
these circumstances it is not singru
lar that the various Czars should
have always hastened their coro--nadon
in Moscow as much as
possible, being naturally unwil
ling to be under tutelage, which
in the majority of cases is obnox
ious; and hitherto successors to the
throne have, with very few excep
tions, been crowned within two
months of the death of their pre
decessors. In cases where there
have been disputes about the
throne, or where revolutions were
threatened, or where the throne
has been usurped, as it was by
Catherine, the ceremony has taken
place with what may be called in-
uecent naste. nistorv lniorms us
that Gatherine stole away while
the body of Peter was yet warm,
traveled to Moscow as fast as
horses could carry her, and on the
day of her arrival there got
crowned; once crowned, she knew
that she was safe. The millions of
Russian peasants cannot beliere
the Czar to be "by the grace of
God the most powerful Czar" un
less he has been annointed at
Moscow, Even in death an un
crowned Czar does not receive the
honors due to his rank, the body
of Peter III. being deposited in
the common church-yard at St.
Athanasius, instead of being laid
among the Uzars, in the great
mausoleum of the church of St.
Peter and St. Paul within the St.
Petersburg citadel; tor, although
Peter was emperor, he had not
been anointed and crowned. The
bodies of two other uncrowned
Czars have received the same un
ceremonious burial. In Russia
children who have died without
being baptised do not receive
Christian burial, and, to a great
extent, an uncrowned Czar is in
the aame category.
Early in the day appointed for
the ceremony sixty heralds,
mounted on cream-colored horses
and commanded by a master of
ceremonies, appear before the
Rates of the barracks and blow a
salvo, upon which the colonel of
the regiment appears and asks
irkt they want 'of him. "The
Cxar commands thee follow me."
is the answer, and the gates are
thiown open and the regiment,
which has been expecting the
summons, gallops out and follows
the heralds. The heralds then
proceed to the barracks of the
Lancers, where the same thing
takes place, then to the Univeisi
ty, then to the Cathodrai of St.
Nicholas, where the clergy join
the procession, then to the law
courts where the judges fall in,
then to the headquarters of the
marshals of nobility, the staff olfi
cers, the several professions, the
governors, the prefects, the depu
tations from every part of the em
pire, the trade guilds, etc., each
body joining at a separate place
and all being summoned by the
heralds as in the first case. The
procession goes on swelling until
it reaches enormous proportions,
so much so that when the head of
it arrives at the Kremlin the tail
is still at the other end of the
town. Arriving at $t. Demetrius
gate they find it closed. The
heralds then blow their trumpets
and the commander of thj citadel
appears and demands what they
want, to which the crowd replies,
"The Czar." "And what for?"
asks the commander. "To crown
him the most powerful of the pow
erful," is the reply, and jhe gates
fly open. The metropolitans of
Moscow, Kazan, Novgorod and
Kieff here head the procession,
and with the deputations from
every part of the empire they ad
vance to the palace and form in
front of it. These deputations
consists of Russians, Roumanians,
Kirghees, Chinese, Mingrelians,
Bashkirs, Poles, Georgians, Cir
cassians, Calm ticks, Armenians,
Turkomans, Tartars, Esquimoaux,
Afghans, Bulgarians, Laplanders,
Mongolians, Finns, Persians and
Bokharians, all in their respective
national costumes. Tne metro-
i- -3W "'
"" zm' -
ar to come forward,
upon which he appears at the por
tico, dressed in the uniform of a
colonel of the Imperial Guards,
with the empress, dressed as a
Russian peasant, on his arm. The
instant the deputations are aware
of the imperial presence they
kneel, and being askod by the
Czar what they want of him, the
metropolitan of Moscow replies
that they have been sent from far
and wide to see their Czar anoin
ted, so that they can return to
their homes and assurethose who
sent them that the Czar is verily
the Lord's anointed, and that
they may obey none but him.
Thence all proccod to the cathe
dral of the Uoly Assumption, the
Czar and Czarinu walking be
tween the bishops and the depu
tations. Arriving at the church the Czar
and his wife are shown to ordinary
thrones near those of the bishops,
and the special service immediate
ly begins. After the first lesson
is read the metropolitans conduct
the Emperor and Empress to a
canopy of scarlet velvet, richly
embroidered in gold, the principal
figure being the double-headed
Russian eagle. Under this cano
py is an elevated platform upon
which are the historical throne of
the Czar Viadimir Monomague
and an ordinary armchair for the
Empress, also a table upon which
are the scepter and crown of
Constantinus Monomachus, a
sword and a mantle of ermine.
The nobles now advance from the
south of the Cathedral and sur
rounding the platform draw their
swords and place them at the feet
of the Czar. The bishop of Kazan
then asks the Emperor in a loud
voice if he is a true believer, to
which he replies by reading the
Lord's prayer and the Apostles'
Creed of the Greek Church. The
bishop next says: "If there be
any of you here present knowing
any impediment for which Alex
ander, son of Alexander (or other
name), should not be crowned, by
the grace of God, Emperor and
Autocrat of all the Russias, of
Moscow, of Kieff, of Vladimir, of
Novgorod; Czar of Kazan, of Ast
rakhan, of Poland, of Siberia, of
Khreson-Tawride, of Grousi; Go-
sounder of Pskoy; Grand Duke of
Simolensk, of Lithuania, of Vol
hynia, of Podolia and of Finland;
Prince of Estouia, of Livonia of
Courland,of Semigalia,of the Samo
iedes, of Bielostok, of Corelia, of
Foer, of Ingor, of Perm, of Viatka.
of Bulgaria, and of other coun
tries; master and grand duktr of
the Lower Countries in Novgorod,
of Tchnerigolf, of Riasan, of Po
lotsk, of Rostoff, of .Tarostuff, of
Bielosersk, of Oudork, of Oldorsk,
ofKindisk, of Vitelsk, of Mtsk-j
heti, and of all the countries of tin
nerth: Master Absolute of lversk,
of Kastolnisk, of Kalardninsk, and
of the territory of Armenia; sov
ereign of mountain princes of
Tcherkask; master of Turkenstan;
heir presumptive of Norway, and
duke of Schleswig-Holstein, of
Stormarne, of Dithmarte and of
Oldembourg, let him come forward
now, in the name of the Holy
Trinity, and show what the imped
iment is, oIet him remain dumb
forever!" This is repeated three
times, and upon no objection be
ing raised he lays his hands upon
the head of the Czar, who imme
diately kneels. At this point the
metropolitan of Moscow takes the
mantle of ermine from the table
and throws it over the kneeling
Czar, saying: "Cover and pro
tect thy people as this robe covers
and protects thee;" the Emperor
replying: "I will, I will, I will,
God helping," and kissing the pre
late's hand. The bishop of Norv
gorod now places the scepter in
the Czar's hand, saying: "May
thine hand which holds this wither
the day thou art unjust," the an-1
swer being: "Be it so;" after which
the bishop of Keiff places the
crown upon the Emperor's head.
At this point the empress kneels
beside her hnsband, who partly
covers her with the cloak of er
mine, and also holds his crown
above, her-head for a few seconds,
without, however, placing it upon
The Czar and Czarina remain in
prayer for several minutes amid a
deadly silenfe, and the instant
they rise to their feet bihops,
nobles, deptations, clergy and all
present kneel to them, shouting
"Long live the Czar." The cry is
taken up by the hundreds of thou
sands yho are outside, the heralds
sound their trumpets, guns are
fired and bells are rung. The
Czar commands the people to rise
and is again surrounded by the
nobles, who receive their swords
back from the imperial hands, the
emperor saying, "It is thy coun
try's," to which the uoble replies,
"and mv Czar's." Mass. is ajrain
resumed and the emperor pro
ceeds alone to the altar, passing
through the golden gates of the
Iconostasini, which are closed be
hind him thus hiding him from
view. Here, after partaking of
the holy communion, the metro
politan of Moscow anoints his
head, temples, eelids, lips, nos
trils, ears, breast and hands, say
ing: 'SBehold the sjeal of
the Holy Ghost, may it
keep thee ever holy." The
gates of the of Iconostasiui are re
opened, the Car appears before
them and is hailed with shouts of
lThou art verily by the Lord an
ointed." The Empress advances
to the sanctuary and kneels to her
lord, who bids her rise, and they
walk out of the cathedral arm in
arm. At the door is a gilded
chariot drawn by twelve white
horses, into which they enter, the
princes, other members of the im
perial family, foreigh. monarcls,
guestsetc,, enter oth,er state char
iots. The procession again forms
as it did on approaching the krem
lin, and, with its new additions,
moves slowly through the gaily
decorated town. According to an
old custom, the Czar's carriage,
instead of being guarded by troops
is surrounded by 100 maidens be
longing to the best Russian fami
lies, all dressed in white and holi
day garlands of flowers. Court
balls and receiptions begin in the
evening and last a fortnight, after
which the court returns to St. Pe
tersburg. Brace up the whole system-with King
o the Blood. See Advertisement
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..n, January !. IW2.
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The praise uur IJer Pills haw railed
forth here is waitdurlul. After t ik.ug mm
and u hair boxes of your genuine IU. V.
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ami count not .Meep ior iincKuelie, sj:rli
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BEWARE OF IMITATIOKS.
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market being full of Imitations t lu
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If your storekeeper does not hae ll:e
senuiuo UK. C. McLANlTS ci;lk
VUATI:d LIVKK PILLS, Mnd Us sr.
cents, and we will send you a box 1 mail,
and a sot of our advertising cards.
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King of the Blood
Is not a "cur all," it is a, blood .purifier and
tonic. Impurity "of the blood poisons the sys
tem, deranges tl;e circulation, and tiros in
duces many disorders, known by different
names jo distinguish tneni according to ef
fects, bat being really branches or phases of
that great generic disorder. Impurity oi
Klood. Such are Dm-pepxia, Ullltune,
Liter Complaint, Contlpnlliai, iVerroitt Dis
order. Headache, Ilaehaehe, General Weak
ness. Heart Disease, Dmpgy. Kidneu Dleae,
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tions, &c, in pamphlet, "Treatise on Diseases
ol thn Blood' wTapped around each bottle.
T). liANSO.M, SON & Co.. Props
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People do not ask any longer what
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' Uumbia Transportation Co.
li- jm.j i!.ir t earner
. !: i hr- Imii rertttcd for the comfort of
ti:i--nr-r- w ill le:i e "Wilson ami
KMifi-. lnck every
Mnnttay. Wednesday and Friday at 6
A '?. nrtivintjat Portland at 7 P. M.
iV'mifnj: lfavi INirtlnnd every
j Tutsdaus and Thursdays at 6 A. M.
Arriving tit Astoria at 1 P. M.
n juluit.utial trip nil! be made on
Sunday of Each Week,
LiMYing Portland at 9 o'clock
sv mi day morning:.
; Pa-. users Ijv tills route connect at Kalama
fur Sviuuil jion. u. u. acun,
Astoria and Portland.
F. II SIIEKMAX. --- MASTER
Wvill inakt reentar trips to Tortland and
AMorl.!. leaving liurneU's dock, foot of Jlor-
rivin Mrvet, Portland, at 6 A Jt. Saturdays.
Aim win leave Wilson a: ijisnera oock,
Atnnn. at c a. m. Thursdays.
SSr Freight can led at reasonable rates.
WILL MAKE TPJPS AS
To YOUXGS1UVER, Mondays. Wednesdays
.10IIN DAYS HIVER, Tuesdays, Fridays,
LEWIS and CLARKE, Thursdays and
Will leave Wilson & Fishers wharf at
9 o'cloelc sharp, each morning.
LEWIS (J. HAAVEX, Master.
EE&ULAR STM PACKET.
"Daisy," and Barge.
Will leave Astoria, front Gray's Dock,
Fur Olney. and Head of Youngs River,
On TurMiaji.aiul Friday, at 8 A. 31.
Returning .ame day.
i For Landings on Lewis & Clark's River,
j On Wednesdays, at 8 A. Jl
Kctunilng same day.
For Ponner'a Camp.
On rridaj. nx 5 1. 31., laying overnight
at the Camp, will leave for Astoria, on Sat-
J in day, ut 8 a. 31.: Returning will leave
l AMona.nl 3 r. su
oirFor Freight or Passage, apply on board,
or at (imyVi Dock, w.ierc Freight will be re
ceived and stored, If necessary. .
-""- j. h. D. GRAY'.
C n. STICKKLS,
! A. M. JOHNSON & Co.,
iSMg Ctafllery M Groceries
CROQKERY & tiLASS WARE.
Also Wholesale Dealers in
Inint.. Oilh. Vurniblics, Class,
I'litij-. Artist.' Oil and Water
Colors. Vnint ami Kalso-
Constantly on hand a full and choice stock
of Staple and Fancv Croceries Only tho
Our stock of, t'rorkerj' and ISIaH
Ware Ls the Iarue.nt and most Complete
Sloek ever opened in Astoria,
Tea and Dinner Sets, Toilet Sets. Class.
Fruit, suit! Writer Sets. Bar Fixtures. Ale
Mug, ponies. Rustic Bottles Goblets, Tum
blers lemonade Cups, &c, Ac.
E erj thing sold at lowest IJving Rates.
An Ivaminatinu will more than repay you.
JLO'EB & CO.,
V llt HiS,
ACKNTS FOP. THE
Brsc San Francisco Houses and
Tumblers Decanters, and All
Kinds of Saloon Supplies.
JSyAn goods sold at San Francisco Prices.
Opnslte Parker House. Astoria, Oregon.
MAGNUS C. OROSBY,
HARDWARE, IRON, STEEL,
Iron Pipe and Fittings,
PLU MBERS ASP STEAM FITTER
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 Dnt first class workmen employed.
A largo assortment olj 1
Constantly oa Hand
Oregon Railway & Navigation
On and after April 1st, 1883.
Ocean Steamers will sail from San Fran
cisco and Portland every three rtaj.
Leaving Spear St. wharf San Francisco, at
10 :00 A. SL. and AInsworth Dock, Portland,
Throueh Tickets 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 :5iO A. if. Sundays excepted.
RIVER DIVISION Ollddle ColHrulila).
Boats leave Portland for Dalle at 7 :00
eatePon-l ill I
land for Mon Tu. I We . Thu. Frt. I Sat
Atori and I
Learei Astoria for Portland at 6 a. in. dally ex
cept Saodar. .
Astoria to Portland.
Steamer AVido Went wlllleave Astoria
for Portland. 1 P.M.
Keturnin?, leaves Portland for Astoria.
5 A. 31., dally, Wednesdays excepted.
Pullman Palace Cara running between Port,
land. Walla Walla and Dajton.
Superintendent of Traffic
C. H. PItESCOTT.
liwaco Steam Navigation Go
Astoria to Forts Stevens, Canby,
Connecting by Stages for
Oysterville and Olympia.
Vrnrrs t, ."""V.-vu',"u"- . " "
Tlnffl ftlVtAI' MAU V A TltwAAA
oieam avigauon uo- steamers
GEX. MILES, ORGEX. CANBT
Will leave Astoria
On Mondays, and Thursdays, at 7 A. M.
Fori Stevens, Fort Canby. and 11m uro
Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Fridays and
The steamer will leave Astoria at 9 a. m
as formerly, not being confined strictly to
Fare to Fort Stevens.... ..,
" " Canby and Ujvaco;
arlhvaco freisht, by the ton. In lots oi
one ton or over, $2 oo per ton.
For Tickets. Towage or Charter apph
at the office of tho Company, (Iray'i wharf,
foot of Ronton street.
J. II. D. OKAY. Aicent.
Oregon & California R.R Cr
Onan after Sept. 21, 1882. trains will run
follows, LA1L V (Except aundayx).
KrlWffB POKTL.1.MI aud UIDIiLlV-s.
Portland ZrtWA. y.lltiddlo's S.SOr. u
Riddled 3:S0 a. m. I Portland 4:25 p. u
ALBANY EXPRES8 TRAIN.
Portland 4:00 P. M.ILebanon 9.20 P. to
Lebanon 4:45 A. iI.Portland.lO:05A.J5
Portland 6:15 a. u. Junction 6.-0i.ii
Junction 6:SIa. ji. I Kiddle's 5:10 p. n
Riddle's 6:00 a. ii.j Junction 5:00 p. si
Junction 5:45 a. m. I Portland 5 .-2.") p. u
The Oregon and California Railroad lrerr
makes connection with all Hegular Trains on
llptween I'ortlnnd and Ctirvullin
Portland 8:00 A. M.ICorvallis ..Ji-.OO P. M
Corvallia S:30 A. M.Port',and 3:20 P. to
Close connections made at Riddle's with
the Stages of the Oregon and California Stage
3T"Tickols for sale at all the principal point
is California and the East, at Company';
Corner F and Front Sta., Portland, Or.
Storage will bo ohar"4 on freight remain
ing at Company s Warehoii-oover21 hours.
Freight will not bo received for shipment
after o o'clock P. M. on either the East o?
West side Division.
J. BRANDT, Oen'l Sup'U
E. P. ROGERS,
Oen'l Freight and Passenger Azent.
It. KOEHLER, Vice President and Manager
Shoalwater Bay Transportation Co.
Astoria to Olympia,
Fort Stevens. Fort I'anky. Ilivaco.
North Iteaob. OysterviHe. A'orth
Cqvo, Petersoax Point, llo-
And all points on Shoalw ater 15aj', aud Gray
8trs. or V On Columbia Itiver.
GEN. CANBY. J
GEN. GARFIELD " Shoalwater Bay.
" MONTESANO " Gray's Harbor
Connecting with Stages over Portages.
Leave Astoria for Olympia, at - - 7 A. 31.
On Mondays, Thursdays and Saturdays,
arriving at Montesano the day after leaving
Astoria through trip In 60 hours.
Leave Olympia for Astoria on same days.
HA YE RE MO TED !
From tpeir old quarters to their
AND FACTORY NEAR KINNEY'S CANNERY.
Doors, Windows, Blinds, Transoms, Lumber.
Ail kinds of ,rf6 TTWftWV'WC&
OAR' LmrBBR. --3saWt jut
Boat Material, Etc.
i Boats of all Sinds Made to Order- j
EOrdew from a distance promptly attended to, and satisfaction guaranteed JlbJI
azrv '. ' -ZiZ:-j -- s-ijj:
S. ARNBT & FERCHEN,
ASTORIA. - OREGON.
The Pioneer Machine Shop
All kinds of
Promptly attended to.
A specialty made of repairing
FOOT OF LAFAYETTE STREET.
ASTORIA IRON WORKS.
Bektox Street, Near Parker House,
ASTORIA. - OREGON.
GENERAL MACHINISTS AND
LAND fflOHBDra fflfS
BoilerWork, Steamboat Work
and Cannery Work a spe
cialty. Of all Trencriptioiis made to Order
at Short Xotire.
A. D. "Wass, Presedeut.
J. n. IIustler, Secretary,
I. W. Case, Treasurer.
Joiix Fox, Superintendent.
Xlii W i
(SUCCEaSOU TO PAGE & ALLEN.)
Wholesale and retail dealer tu
Glass and Plated Ware,
TROPICAL AND DOMESTIC
FRUITS AND VEGETABLES.
Wilson & Fisher
Iron, Steel, Coal, Anchors, Chains,
TAR, PITCH, OAKUM,
WROUGHT AND CUT GALVANIZED
Rails. Copper Nails and Burrs,
Shelf Hardware, Faints and Oils
Rubber and Hemp Packinq of all Kinds.
ri(UK AST) MIUL FJ3E1.
Agents for Salem Flouring Mils.
Corner Chenamus and Hamilton Streets
LOOK HERE !
We respectfully Inform the public that we
will always keep on hand the best quality of
Fresh, and Cured Meats
Choice Family Groceries,
Fresh Fruits, Vegetables, Crockery and
Shins. Hotels and Boardlnc Houses sun
plied ou liberal terms.
A share of the nubile patronage ls respect
ay, vjLj&.)Zitx & xu.iuucsu.ft.
BUSINESS OABDS." i
"Cl C. HOIiDEJT,
AUCTIONEEE, COMMISSION AK D!
Q.EIiO F. PiRKKR
Clatsop CoKHty.utd City mt AfrtMrte
Office :-Chenamu3 street, Y. M. G.4 Ia
Boom No. 8.
Xjt J. TVIXT02V,
Attorney and Counal$r at Lam
ra-Office In Pythian BuUdinff. Smm11,)U
ASTORIA, - - - OKZQON.
JAY TUTTME, IE. 1.
PHYSICIAN AD STJBGIOM
Office Eooms 1, 3, ad J. PyUdulBslIA
Ebsidescb Oyer J.K. ThoiaMftDn
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ASTORIA, .... OSIOOX
Rooms In Allen's building: up aUlrjjeormw
of Cass and Sqemocqhe stret i. Z
X Q.A. BOWJLBY,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Chenamus Street, - -ASTORIA, 0810OS
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Ship and Steamot JoImt.
TO GAS CONSUMERS.
We ave received' large snpplyf
And a General Assortment of '
Fixtures In Plumbers' Gds.
ycall and examine our Goods. ,
RUDDOCK fc IiTAKX.
Nearly opposite O. B. St N. Co.'s Dock. Iw
Suits made In the Latest Style, and ORjort
est notice ; also
Fainted Flowers on thtDrtfMS
-Ladles are Invited to call and smmm.
pies of this fine work.
GENERAL STEAMSHIP AGENCY.
Bills of Exchange on any
Part oi Europe. -T
I AM AGENT FOR TIE -FOLLOWIJrO
well known and commodious itiTitly
STATE LINE, RED STAR, '
NATIONAL, and AMERICAN LINK. -
Prepaid tickets toorfromaay Earopeaa
For full information as to rates of firt,
sailing days, etc, apply to
GEO. W. HUME SAW MILL.
SALMON BOXES, lRAY8,tTC.
Office and Mill
CORNEIt OF WEST 9TH XXD WATSK
FIRST QUALITY LUMBER.
I SIN THE FIELD AND PBOrOSBT TO
WewuTtakeorde for lunrter tnm 1
We also manufacture lath aad sMmIm
Flooring a Spetiltyv
Address all orders
WESTFORT- JOLL CO.; '