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Astoria, Oregon, Tuesday Morning, May 29, 1883.
ALEXANDER HI OF RUSSIA-
A roll-Pledged Potentate.
The Russian Czar was crowned
last Sunday in exact accordance
with the programme as published
in full in The Astorun of the
At T o'clock in the morning the
inauguration of the magnificent
ceremonies attendant upon the
coronation was announced by the
ringing of hundreds of hells and
by the thunder ol artillery. Even
at that early hour the streets were
thronged with people, visitors
from abroad and from other parts
of the empire crowding the resi
dents, and all striving to find elig
ible places from which to obtain a
view of the procession and a por
tion of the ceremony.
During the entire night ihpre
was unusual activity on the streets,
for uot only vere people there
whose anxiety concerning the in
terest in the coronation kept them
awake, but strong guards of sol
diers patrolled ail parts of the city,
giving the streets a very martial
appearance. Great bodies of sol
diers, shoitly before G o'clock,
were stationed alonjr the route of
the procession, four mile in length,
and occupied the streets on either
side, keeping the people on the
walks. All unreserved spaces iu
the streets were speedily filled bv
eager sight-seers, while the win
dows, doorways and house-tops
were let out at fabulous prices to
Those dignitaries of the realm
who were to take part in the ac
tual ceremony assembled, accord
ing to the pce-arranged programme.
at the cathedral of the Hoty As
sumption, within the walls of tho
Kremlin. These functionaries en
tered the magnificent building at
just 7:30 a. ax. At about 8 there
followed in order princes of for
eign governments, nobility of Rus
sia and other states ofEuropo,
and special and regular embassa
dors of foreign countries residing
in Russia. The utmost care was
exercised to prevent the admission
01 any unautnonzea or improper
persons, each man as he appeared
at the entrance being made to ex
hibit a carefully prepared ticket,
which was subjected to the closest
scrutiny. This form was observed
at the wall of the Kremlin and at
the doors of the cathedral, at the
request of General Von Schwcin
itx, ambassabor from German.
Eighty members, comprising di
plomatic corps, assembled at his
mansion and were conveyed
thence to the Kremlin) in superbly
equipped coaches, and richly gild
ed as to the harness and coats of
arms. The remainder of the di
plomatic body, consisting of at
taches of various legations, were
assigned positions in the tribune
just outside the cathedral proper,
but inside the inclosure of the
"When the white walls of that
wondrous place closed on all of
the crowd that could .be admitted
s choir of boys chanted a to deum,
and amidst profound silence out
side the church, as well as in it
the clergy, accompanied by aco
lytes bearing a cross and ewer of
holy water, proceeded to receive
the czarevitch- This scion of roy
alty, who was in the midst of the
brilliant- cortege, took a place at
the right hand of the throne.
When the imperial procession
started it was made known to those
inside the cathedral by renewed
ringing of bells, by sonorous mu
sic from scores of bands, and by
the shouts of those outside.
As the royal pair appeared at
the doors of tho palace the im
mense multitude immediately un
covered their heads and burst into
loud acclamamations. Even wo
men were there, and the enthusi
asm was spontaneous and hearty.
At the head of the rojal proces
sion, which now entered the Krem
lin, was the master of ceremonies,
flanked by heralds richly clad and
mounted upon pure white horses.
It was of immense length, and
comprised deputies from Asiatic
5tetM of the empire, students of
wurcraties, clergy, judges, nobili
ty and prefects from every section
of the empire.
The solemn ceremonies were
witnessed by only a few hundred
persons, so small is the beautiful
but most sacred church in Russia
Among the favored ones were the
members of the imperial family,
the royal and princely guests, the
chiefs of special erabassays and
their ladies, two Russian artists
and thiee Russian and live for
eigli correspondents. It i the
first time in the history of the cor
onations that representatives of
the foreign press have been per
mitted to witness the ceremony.
It is an innovation entirely due to
the action of his majesty the czar
himself. The papers represented
were the New York Herald, Lon
don Times, Paris Firaro, The
Vasicht Z titling of Berlin, and
the Sreuc Freic Prcsse 61 Vienna.
A .Michigan woman describes
her absconding husband as of a
"I like your new hat very much,"
he said. "Its chic; there's a sort
of abandon " "There isn't any
sort of a band on it," she said
pouting. "It's a real ostrich
"What is a woman?" asks an
exchange. It is well, we suppose
she is a combination of dynamite
and mule, for she looks as inno
cent as a mule and talks like dyna
mite when she is mad.
With great composure a bride
at a church wedding the other
day took a hairpin from her
head and fastened her glove
button during the ceremony.
The ruling passion is strong in the
An exchange tells"of ayoiing lady I
losing the sole of her slipper while !
enjoying the intoxicating whirl of j
the waltz." Of what profit was j
it to her if she had gained the I
whole whirl if she thereby lost her
sole! Whitehall Times. !
They were speaking of a young
lady who sings beautifully, and
one of the party asked, "Is she a j
mezzo soprano?" "No, I guess 1
not. I think she ig a Swede,"
was the innocent reply of a high
school girl. Harlem Times.
The latest wrinkle in fashion
able eating is to have a pair of
silver cake tongs, in order that
ladies may eat cake without soil
ing their gloves. Next thing will
be the shovel complement and j
then the ladies can feed in elesranl j
The hair of a giil in an eastern
factorv was caught in the inachin-
ery, torn off her head and scattered WL. jmC; sent a supply of Xo. 30, 12
in bits. But sh did not mind it ply en ulne .Scotch .Salmon IVet
at all. kftnf. pio-lif. nn :.t. W wnrl- I Twine, totliecareof A.3L JOHXSOX
. . , n . . , . . ' ;
auu bimpiy remarKen mat "it oniy i
cost $4 anvhow." This is the 1
advantage of art over nature. j
Said an elder lister to a little
one who appeared to take great
interest in Mr. Smith, "Come lit
tle pet, it is time your eyes were
shut in sleep.' "I think not," re
plied little pet; " Mamma told me
to keep my ejes open when you
and Mr. Smith were together."
There are fortj'-two different
shades in kid gloves this spring.
This number might be increased
by imitating the shade of disap
pointment that passes over a lady's
face when she sees some other
woman with a prettier pair than
her own. Dansvillc Advertiser.
Mr. Thomas I. Russell, one of
the best known cabinet makers
and undertakers in Wilmington,
Del., says he contracted au ex
ceedingly, severe attack of rheu
matism this winter. He is sub
ject to the disease, but rarely ever
felt it so severely as he did the
time now under consideration.
The disease located itself in his
right leg and foot, rendering that
member so stiff and sore that he
could not move without enduring
excruciating pain. St. Jacobs Oil
had heen so highly recommended
that he concluded to trv it. He
has every cause to be glad that he
did so. Two applications of the
wonderful remedy gave him entire
relief, and he has not been troubled
with rheumatism since. Mr. Rus
sell says he considers St. Jacobs
Oil a very fine remedy for rheu
matism and now keeps it by him
for ready use.
Although but little noise is
being made, work on the Oregon
Homfin pailnrnr fntinolc Koticoonl
Yaquiria and Corvallis is steadily
progressing. Tunnels 1 and 2 are
about completed. On number 3,'
at the west end three gangs are
employed and the worjc centinued:
night and day. From this end thp
tunnel has penetrated the moun
tain 225 feet. On the east end
the tuniu'l is in 10U feet, a total
distance of 325 feet, and more
than one half through the obstruc
tion. Ah soon as the tunnel is
through it is expected that the
work of building the line will be(
vigorously prosecuted, as most of;
the material for the buildinfr is
within reach. Videttc.
Uncle Aaron Payne, in Yamhill !
count' died on the 18th inst., and
was in his 94th year. He was in
the war of 1812, and was in Hull's
command at the time of the sur
render, but made his escape with
a few others. He afterwards was
in the Black Hawk war and woun
ded during the same and carried a
bullet in his body the rest of his
life. He came to Oregon in 1847,
and has resided continuously in
this state ever since.
A woman, the more curious she
is ibout her face is commonly
more careless about her house.
This powder never yarics. A marvel of
purity, strength and wli jIesonienes.s. Mnrr
economical than the ordinary kinds, and
cannot he sold in competition with the mul
titude of low te.-t snort weight, alum or
phosphate powders. Sold only in cans. Hov
Ai.liAKlNc; Powdkr Co.. lOu Wall-st. N. Y.
NEVILLE & CO.
Pacific Net and Twine Co.
Sax Fkancisc-o, April 11th, 1S8X
Pur "ciiercil ronvMiienee.
& CO., Astoria, which will be sold at
Iov. pnou,, figlrM t0 ,uake itan oI,ject
for all net menders to use it for repair,
in plnreofilie more costly Xo. 40, 12
J- inhermeii who have heretofore used
this grade of twine for repair.!, claim
that the durability or 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 j'our pocket to try it.
For prices and samples apply to
A. M. JOHNSON &CO.,
Neville & Co. Sole Agents, i , vr-neUpn
31 and S3 California St. ) San rranclsco
NEAT, CHEAT AND QUICK. BY
Main Street, opposite N. Loeb'i.
FOR SALE !
I oiler for sale my ranch near Skipa
non iu this County; it consists of
Eighty Acres Improved, with
good rtwclling IIouc;
Two Barns, Out Houses', etc.?
A Fine Orchard.
Everything is well improved and in
good condition. A large assortment of
Three l'asscngcr Coache.
Nine Head HorscN,
Cattle, Hosts, Etc.
This affords a rare chance for a man to
get a good home in the oldest settled
section in the state.
Terms favorable to one meaning busi
ness. C. A. IrlAGUIBE
9a -& g-Jfe
2& ' 8 sHk '
- , II TT wr
t- fc THEGRIAT,.rt
:tii iiprcitsv sii.nii-.tfji m
HHlEElUUV BSH1IBEM V Sal
Neuralgia, Sciatica, Lumbago,
Backache, Soreness of tho Chest,
Gout, Quinsy, Sore Throat, 6Ve7-
ings and Sprains, Burns and
Scalds, General Bodily
Tooth, Ear and Headache, Frosted
Feet and Ears, end all other
Pains and Aches.
No Preparation en ctU eiao! St. Jacocs Ok.
B3 a safe, sure, simple and cheap Extcrual
Btmnij. A trial entails but tho co-apsratively
trifling outlay of CO Out, and crcry ono tiller
ing trltb pain can hare cheap aad poiitlvo proof
of iti claims.
Directions in Heron Languages.
A. VOGELER & CO.,
Haitimorc, Md., V. S. A.
The Fast Orefonian illustrates
the prodigality of the government
by stating that the orchard on the
Indian reservatian, which cost
the government $10,000, consists
of one apple tree and a few wil
lows and the grist mill which cost
84,000 is now valued at 82,000.
Gerrs: Aboat nine years npo I limi a
child two years old and utmost dead. The
doctor 1 lAd attending her conld not tell
what ailed her. 1 asked Jiim if he did i.ot
think it was worms. lie xUl no. How
ever, this did not satisfy me, a I fell eon
vlnced in my own mind that she had. I
obtained a bottle of Ult. C. McI.ANX.'S
I gtivn her a tciispoonful in the mnrninc
and another at iilgutifterwhlcii she .od
seventy-two worms and was a well cli.Id.
Since then I have never been without it
tnmynimily. The health of my children
remained m pood that I had neplected
watching their actions until about xlireo
weeks ago, when two of them preMiiilcd
the same wckly appearance that Fanny
did nine years ago. So I thought ii mut
be worms, and went to work nt onit with
a bottle of l)n. C. 3IcLANKS VEltJII
1'UGE ctween lour of my children, tl.eir
ages being as follews: Alice, 8 yenr; ( l.ar-ley.-lyears;
Emma, C years: Jolm,9 veni.s
Now comes the result: Alice and I.mma
cimeoutnll riRht,butChnrlcy piivcd fony
llve and Jolinny alwut sixty w onus. Ti.e
result was so gratifying Unit I pen: two
days iu showing the wonderful c flivi of
your Vermifuge u round Utict, and now
hiivcthewonnton exhibition in in v More.
Yours truly, J01I I'inilt.
Tlw genuine 1R. C .WcI.AXE'f! VER
MU'LGi: is munufMcturcil only by
Fleming Bros., Pittsburgh, Pa.,
an I iKsar the Mgn:iture of C. nicLnne
anl FIimiiIii itrus. U K never made In
M lui or Wheeling.
j: Nun you j.;ct the genuine Price, S5
cvii . Ixittlt-.
Fi.r.31I3IG BROS., Pittsburgh, Pa.
Is not a "cur aU." It is a blood-punfieraiid
tonic. Impurity of the blood poisons thpsvs
tem, deranges the circulation, and thas In
duces many dLsonlers. known bv dltlerent
names to dLstiugnhlt them according to ef
fects, but being really branches orphasc-sof
that great generic dfsonler. Impurity 01
rVooli Sjuca :irc iJl'Wfffl, ifHiiotiwie-,
Liver Complaint, Omrtipatlon. Xcrrtni Dl
orders. Headache, IlacLachc, General W'rxih
n&. Heart Dtcae,Dropu, Kidnej: D!cac,
Piles, Ilheutnatlsm, Catarrh, Scrofula, St.in
Dhurdtrs, Pnnplc. Ulcers. Siccltinw, dc.
dc. Kins or the IIIooil prevents and
cures thesn by attacking the cause. Impurity
of the blood. Chemists and physicians :igrce
in callins It "the most genuine and enkient
prepaniuon tor the purpose." Sold by Dm;
gists. SI per bottle. See testimonials, direc
lions. &c in irimnhlpr TTTviHeftfin niv-w.
in pamphlet, -Treatise on Diseasj-s
of tho IIIooil." n ranted around each lmitle.
D. 1LOSOM. SOX & Co.. Props
Buffalo. '. Y.
FIRST QUALITY LUMBER.
TS IX THE FIF.LD AXD PKOPOSKS TO
We V?" take orders for lumber from 100
to 600 M., at the mill or dellveied.
1 , e -V?.0 manufacture lath and shingles of
Flooring a Specialty. .
Address all orders
WESTPORT MILL CO.
a. C, Brxxkic, Snpt.
General Commission Brokers.
Office corner Cass and Chenamus streets,
with John Rogers.
A General Agency business transacted.
Columbia Transportation Co.
. fFAST TIME.)
'l. ((..tar steamer
h.-lt ha Wx'ii refitted for the comfort of
;',.! vir v. II! leave "WHcon and
FMmt dock etery
yicr.zntt, Wednesday and Friday at 6
... muring cz roruana at , r. m.
j, Tvi.:ni ny n-.tvr I'orUand every
J Tuesdays and Thursdays at 6 A. H.
Arriving tit Astoria at 1 P. ki.
An :;(l(!ilnit...l trj will ha made on
Sunday of Each Week,
I-oulnj; rortland al 9 o'clock
I'avn-riarrs b tiiK route connect at Kalarua
U. B. SCOTT.
Astoria and Portland.
F. II SHEUMAK. -
A III i:iak regular trips to rortland and
AMona. leaving IJurncll's dock, foot of Mor
ilvizi vtrvet, rortland. at 6 A.M. Saturdays.
And win leave "Wilson & FisHert dock,
AMona. at fi a. 3t. Thursdays.
5"-Freight carried at reasonable rates.
WILL MAKE TRIPS AS
To yPE??8 IUVEU, Mondays, Wednesday s
Special trips as required.
Will leave Wilson & Fishers wharf at
9 o'clock sharp, each morning.
LEWIS G. HAAVEN.
Upper Astoria. Master.
EEGULAR STM PACKET.
"Daisy," and Barge.
Will leave Astoria, from Gray's Dock,
Fur Olney, and Head of Youngs Elver,
On Tnrsilajn. and Fridays, at 8 A. 3i.
Iteturohis same day.
For Landinjs on Lewis & Clark's Elver,
On Wednesdays, nt8 A. M
For Fonner's Camp.
On rr!dnj.nt5F. 31., layinR over night
at the Camp, will leave lor Astoria, on Sat
urday, nt 8 a. 31.: Returning will leave
Astoria, at 3 1. 31.
jrSTor Freight or Passage, apply on board,
or at (J ray's Dock, where Freight will be re
ceived and stored, if necessary.
J. H. D. GRAY.
C. II. STICKBLS.
A.M.JOHNSON & Co.,
Slip CIianfllBFy and Groceries
CROCKERY & CLASS WARE.
Also Wholesale Dealers In
Ialnl. Oils, Ynraislies, Class,
Pnr. Arflfs' Oil and Water
Colors, I'nint and Kal.so-
CoiLtantIy nn hand a full and choice stock
of Staple and Fancy Groceries Only tho
Our stock of Crockery nntl Glass
Warp is the I.ar:rst and most Complete
Stuck ever opened in Astoria.
Tea and Dinner Sets, Toilet Sets. Class,
Fruit, sttul Wter Sets, liar Fixtures. Ale
Mups. Ponies, luetic Uottles Goblets. Tum
bler l.eiMnndc (uis, &c, S.c
' KviTythlnsoldat lowest living Rates.
An Exainiuatlou will more than repay 3011.
LOEB & GO.-,
AUIIXTS FOR THE
Bost San Francisco Houses and
Tumblers Decanters, and All
Kinds of Saloon Supplies.
fa-All soods sold nt San Francisco Prices.
Opposite P.irker House, Astoria, Oregon.
HAGiSOS U. (1R0SBT,
HARDWARE,- IRON, STEEL,
Iron Pipe and Fittings,
PLUMBERS AXD STEAM FITTER0
Goods and Tools,
SHEET LEAD STRIP LEAD
SHEET IRON TIN AHD COPPER,
CaBnery anfl FlslennGns Supplies
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 of
Goastantly oa hand.
Oregon Railway & Navigation
On and after April 1st, 1883.
Ocean Steamers will sail Irom San Fran
cLsco and Portland every three day.
Leaving Spear St. barf San Francisco, at
10 :C0 A. M.. and AJnsworth Dock, Portland,
Throush Ticket sold to all prlnclpa
cities In the United States, Canada and
River and ftail Division.
On and After March 18, 1883.
1 rains leave Portland for Eastern point,
nt 7 :20 A. M. Sundays excepted.
lilVEK DIVISIO.V (Middle Columbia).
Boats leave PortLind for Dalles at 7 :00
land for lyon Tn. I We. iThu.j Fri. 1 Sat.
Aitorift and I
lower uo-l I
Djton. Or. 7 AS!
Salem .... i .i
L?e Atori for Portland at t ju in. daily ex
Astoria to Portland.
Steamer WIdo lVet will leave Astoria
for rortland, 1 P. M.
Returning, leaves Portland for Astoria.
5 A. 31., daily, Wednesdays excepted.
1 P5U5aS ?5,!.ce Cir? onioK between Port
land. Walla Walla and Uuton.
. Superintendent of Traffic
C. II. PfZESCOTT,
Ilwaco Steam Navigation Go
Astoria to Forts Stevens, Canbj,
Connecting by Stages for
Oysterville and Olympia.
Until farther notic tho Ilwaoa
Steam avigation Co's steamers
GEN'. MILES, oitGEX. CABT
Will leave Astoria
On Mondays, and Thursdays, at 7 A. IA.
Fort Stevens, Fort Caaby, and IMtaro
Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Fridays and
.Saturd ci t .
The steamer will leave Astoria at 9 a.m.
as formerly, not belne confined strictly to
Fare to Fort Stevens-.,
Canby and Dwaco
n-llwaco freight, by the ton, In lots oi
one ton or over, $2 00 per ton.
srFor Tickets, Towage or Charter apph
at the ofSco of the Company, Gray' wharf,
foot of Benton street.
J. H.D. GRAY, Aitent,
Oregon & California R.R.Co
On an after Sept. 21, 1S82. trains will run
follows, i AIL if (Except Sundays),
Kctvrcea POKTLAAD aad KIDDLE'S.
Portland :30 a. y.jRiddlo'a 8UJ0?. 31
Riddlo'a 3:30 a. . Portland 4:25 p. ji
ALBANY EXPRES3 TRAIN.
Portland 4:00 P. M.ILebanon 9.20 P. W
Lebanon 4:45 A. M.Portland10:05 A.W
Portland .. 6:15a. h. Junction C:0i)p.u
Junction C:3a. y.lRiddla's 5:10 p. m
Riddle's 6:00 a. m.I Junction 5:00p. v
Junction 5:45 x. v. Portland 5:25 p. u
The Oregon and California Railroad rem
makes connection with all (tegular Traina as
Between Portland and CorYallla.
Portland 8:00 A. M.ICorrallu .3:O0 P. W
Corrallu 8:30 A. M.PorUand 3:20 P. M
Close connections made at Riddle's with
the Stages of the Oregon and California Stage
0rTicketfl for sale at all the principal point4
in California and the Eaxt, at Company'
Corner F and Front Sts., Portland, Or.
Storage will bo ehar"ul on freight remain
ing atCompanys Wftrohoure over-1 hoars.
Freight will not bo received for shipment
after 5 o'clock P. M. on either the East or
J. BRANDT. Genl Sap't
E. P. ROGERS,
tfen'l freight and Passenger Agent
R. KOEIILER, Vice President and Managei
Shoalwater Bay Transportation Co.
Astoria to Olympia,
Fort Stevens. Fort Canby, Ilwaco.
Xortli Beach, Oysterville. Xortli
Cove, PeteraonH i'olnt. IIo-
And all points on Shoalwater Bay. ami Gray
Sirs. or V On Columbia River.
GEN. CANBY. J
- GEN. GARFIELD Shoalwater Baj.
" MONTESANO - Gray's Harbo?
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 REMO YED I
From their old quarters to their
AND FACTORY NEAR KINNEY'S CAN
NEW YORK LIFE.
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Fata lieatu .Lottse. Annuities, EndowiHeHtH, etc in 1WW.
Increase In Inwurance ................ ..............
527-For f urtlier particulars, apply for Annual report at the office, 84 as& M FJKXT
SYXCEKT. POKTliAXW, OK.
General Agent for Oregon and Washington Territory.
We. the undersigned, take pleasure in declaring our unqnalifled confidence in the
y of th:
cial aDimtv and integrity oi tnis company, ana tnorougn reiuujuiiy oi mc sHfc.
v st. a tin ir. W-rouRKTT. n. h.t.ewis. w.WADHAMS. JOHN
PAULSCHL'LTZK, A. L. LLNDSLEY, JAS. K. KELLEY, KESNETHIU
DONALD MACLEAY, G. A. MOONEY.
ROZORTH & JOIIXS, Agents for Astoria, to whom all applications should be made.
Boors, Windows, Blinds, Transoms, Lumber.
All kinds of
OAK LUMBER, J
Boat Material, Etc.
1 Boats of all Kinds 2&ade to Ordr.
l" '1,M'"WM milMMHW !
-Orders from a distance promptly attended to, and satisfaction guaranteed Jn all
,'ij; - - ,SBSg' - , - i'",'.jj - iaoi -
S. AEKDT & EElfOHEN,
ASTORIA. - OREGON.
The Pioneer Machine Shop
All kinds of
Promptly attended to. .
A specialty made of repairing
FOOT OF LAFAYETTE STREET.
ASTORIA IRON WORKS.
Bjoctox Stkeet, Neak Parker House,
ASTORIA. - OREGON.
GENERAL MACHINISTS AND
. BOILER MAKERS.
LAM ai MARIE EMES
BoilerWork, Steamboat Work
and Cannery Work a spe
cialty. Ofnll Descriptions made to Order
fet Short Notice.
A. 1. Wass, Presedent.
J. G. IIU3TI.ER, Secretary,
I. W. Case, Treasurer.
A. V. Allen,
(SDOCESSOU TO PAGE & ALLEN.)
Wholesale and retail dealer in
Glass and Plated Ware,
TROPICAL AND DOMESTIC
FRUITS AND VEGETABLES.
Wines, LiquorsTobacco, Cigars
Wilson & Fisher,
Iron, Steel, Coal, Anchors, Chains,
TAR, PITCH, OAKUM,
WROUGHT AND CUT GALVANIZED
St :& 3,
Nails. Copper Nails and Burrs,
Shelf Hardware, Faints and Oils
Rubber and Henip Packing of all Kinds.
FLOUR AND MTLI, FJ2E1.
Agents for Salem Flouring Mills.
Corner Chenamus and Hamilton Streets
. ASTORIA, OREGON.
- ""TliBi '
h reliability of the agent :.
p C. MOIiDEX,
NOTARY PUBLIC, . ,,
AUCTIONEER, COMMISSION AND'IS;
SURANCE AGENT. ' '' i
QJBXO F. PRF.K
I Clatsep Gammty.aad City ef Aatcria
Office : Chenamus street, Y. 21. C. A. halL
Room No. 8.
Attorney and Coun&tler at Imb.
X3r Office In Pythian Building. Rooms llils
ASTORIA, - - - OREGON.
JAY TUTTI, M. I.
PHYSICIAN AND SUBGKON
Office Rooms 1, 3, and 3. PytalaaBalli-
Residesck Over J. I Ttcwaa' Bn
ASTORIA, - - - - OMGOX
Rooms In Allen's bdldinfr np atalw,oorar
of Cass and Sqemocqbe stret a.
Chenamus Street, ASTORIA; OREGOSf
T J. JOXEM,
Ship and Steamboat Jointr.
Suits made in the Latest Style, and on short
est notice ; also
Fainted Flowers on theDreisis
E&Ladies are invited to call aad see sam
ples of this fine work.
GENERAL STEAMSHIP AGEMGY.
Bills of Exchange on any
Part o1 Europe.
1AM AGENT FOR TIE FOLLOWING
well known and commodious steaas&lp
STATE LINE, RED STAR,
NATIONAL, and AMERICAN LINE.
Prepaid tickets toorfroraaay Europe
For full information as to rates of far,
sailing days, etc, apply to
GEO. W. HUME SAW MILL.
MANUFACTURERS $ DEALERS
SALMON BOXES, 7 RAYS, ETC
Office and Mill
COKXEB OF WEST 9TH AXD WATBX T8
THE LATEST STYLES
B. B. FRANKLIN'S,
NEXT DOOR TO ASTOSIAN OFJFIOC
A very large Stock from which to select.
Window enrtataa made to order.
My extent TrisuMr to ent Wan p.il
will be found coaTaItt ay patrea.