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Astoria, OregOD, Thursday Jlorniug, May 31, 1883
ATRIP TO SHOAIiWATER BAY-
I avail the present moment to
pea down briefly a. few of my ob
servations during a week's ramble
in Shoalwater Bay country.
To reach that point from Asto
ria I had a pleasant trip across
the Columbia to Ilwaco, fare only
one dollar, thence by stage over
nature's sea coast road, with rest
less old ocean on the west, and a
splendid, varied scenery, alter
nated with undulating hills,
prairies and woodlands to tho
After a charming stage ride of
twenty-one miles we landed at
Oysterville, on the banks of Shoal
water bay, a handsomer sheet of
water no man's eyes ever feasted
upon. The town site of Oyster
ville is simply beautiful, being
level, and at first appearance
looks as one of Alladin's enchanted
otties sprung up out of a vast green
meadow. Oysterville comprises
about on hundred buildings, at
present about one-third of them
are untenanted, these occupants
have jrrown rioh and have sought
othor climo. The citizens of the
town and country surrounding
are genial, communicative and
Shoalwater bay i about twenty
miles long by an average of six
miles wide. The depth of water
is sufficient to admit ships of re
spectable tonnage. A sail upon
the placid waters of the bay leav
ing Oysterville, and pursuing a
southeasterly direction for six
miles wc arrived at Diamond City,
situated upon an island, once a
popular resort for oystermen
though now deserted; there aro
several buildings, all unoccupied,
looking- like silent monuments of
past industry. Nasel river empties
into the ba at this place, a
large saw mill is being erected on
the river. Taking a northerly
course we pass many picturesque
landscapes, prominent among
which are Sandy point and Coos
point, turning sharply to cast from
Coos point, and 13a Center is
sighted, a thriving little town sar
rounded by many growing indus
tries, situated at the mouth of
BaKx river: on again a few miles
and wo reach Ston' point
consisting of a huge combina
tion of gigantic boulders indiscrim
inately heaped together, pile upon
pile, extending shout a mile into
the bay. Clinging to the rocks, are
innumerable shell fish, and vegeta
ble sea growth, altogether pres
enting a brown appearance, there
being no other kind of rocks in
the region to be seen, these pe
culiar isolations looks curious, and
after racking my geological brain
for a cause of such deposit, vio
lently presumed they served as
baMat for Noah's Ark. Up and
away and Bruce port is seen, a
s.mali lively little place; one
store and several buildings, are its
make up. South Bend is the next
port of entry, here is an extensive
saw mill in full blast. "We soon
pass the "SYilapa river upon which
is extensive timber and fine bot
toms, sufficient to make homes for
Then comes North River,
Cedar River and Tucker Poinlj
all along the scenery is sublimely
grand, and many habitations are
interspersed along the coast.
Next in importance is North Cove,
a point I did not visit but have
seon many who spoke in high
praise of North Cove as a rende
t)us forplcasure seekers. Home
ward bound and I arrive at Oys
terville, and by way of variet',
went to church, saw a respectable
congregation and listened to a
clever sermon deliycred by Rro.
Cbornc, who I learned is the
agent or representative of the
Methodist church and is now en
gaged in beautifying Occasi Park
in view of holdiug a, campmceting
to commence in July.
1 learned of many desirable
places for settlers to make com
fortable homes, and all who want
to work can get it by tho day or
aonth at good wages.
E. B. S.
Is Alum Poisonous?
Dr. Hall's Journal of Health,
in n recent issue, says:
"This question has caused agood
deal of discussion. Alum is used
bv tnanv bakers to whiten their!
bread, enabling them to use an in
ferior flour. It is more extensive
ly employed as a cheap substitute
for cream of tartar in the manu
facture of baking powders. It has
not been considered immediately
dangerous; although if continued
it induces dyspepsia and obstinate
constipation. But the fact that
many cases of poisoning have oc
curred from baking powders which
contained alum, puts the question
in a more serious aspect, and pru
dent people will exercise caution
in the selection of baking pow-
ui- i !. r. i:.: ,i.
lyllUUl W1JU.I. tUIIUlilUllS, IMUW,
does this substance formerly used
only for mechanical or medicinal
purposes become poisonous?
Thev are certainly obscure, and at I
present we can only surmise wnai
thev may be.
Wo suspect that L.Pn ,
.i r -i ii Will soon be s
in the individual r.,,,1 ,?
the cause exists
poisoned; some peculiarity of the
constitution producing a morbid
change in the secretions of the
stomach, with which the alum!
combines and forms an active poi
son; or the secretions mar be !
.. ii .. i ..- i i
iieauny uucin unusual proportions.
.., U.. il. l - i I
portions, in combination with the!
iiium, vuiiMiiuic a liuibuu.
"For example, two parts of .
mercury and two parts of chlorine t
form calomel, which is not poison-1
niK hnf L?nro tho nmnnrtinnc i
, ..... 0 w r"'!""
tn ,. o.. r .v,,..... o..rt ti
.v win jyaii wi iiiuiouij unu fciw!
parts of chlorine, and we get cor- a"n , , . , , .,
rosive sublimate, which is a ,ieadl'A hundred years or hut a inglc day '.
, , , - :
i lien, again we Know nothing1
oi the causes of constitutional pc-.
culiarities. Why is it thai one i
persou can oat all kind of green J
fruit and vegetables with impuni
ty, while the same course might
cost another individual his life?
One person can handle poison ivy
and sumac without being in the
least affected; another is poisoned )
if he approaches to within ten feet
of them. Out of a family residing ,
in a malarial district, some of the ,
members will suffer half the year'
with fever and ague, while the
others will enjoy excellent health '
during the entire year. Foods!
that aro wholesome to .ionic per
sons are actually poisonous to1
others. This is especially true of!
some kinds ol fish. .There is no
safety in taking alum into the
stomach, as it is thown to be al- j
ways injurious, and often danger-1
ous. Baking powder properly
compounded, and containing pure ,
cream of tartar instead of alum,are j
more convenient than yeast; and.
bread and pastry made with them
are just as wholesome, and far more '
palatable. We are in entire ,
sympathy with the manufacturers!
of the Roval Baking Powder '
who commenced and are vigorously
uctmg the war against the
usp nf nltim in hikimr rriivrler: 1
01 aium in oaumg powders. ,
'Before committing ourselves, '
nowevcr, we maue tc-ts ol a sul-.
ficient number of baking powders!
10 satisty ourselves tuat the sub
stitution of alum for cream of
tartar in their composition has not
been over-estimated, while a care
ful examination of the Royal j
leaking I owder confirms our be
lief that Dr. Mott, the govern
ment chemist, when he singled
out and commended this powder
for its wholesomeness, did it
wholly in the interest of the pub
"We do not iiesitate to say
that the Royal Baking Powder
people deserve the gratitude of
the community whom they are
endeavoring to protect.
"Will not some prominent
manufacturer of pure candies fol
low their example, and expose the
secrets of a business that is doing
untold mischief to little children?"
There is unusual activity in the
cattle trade of the great southwest
this season. Arkansas, it is said,
will furnish 2.5,000 head in very
fine condition for the market.
Texas, with her vast grazing area!
and other advantages, will natur- j
ally be expected to contiibute an
immense number of cattle to the
seasons drive. If the declaration !
made by Horace Greely many
years ago may be taken literally,
we can not expect too much fiom
Texas stockmen. Mr. Greely
said: '-It costs no more to raise a
four year old beef in Texas, than
it does to raise a hen in Masachu
setts." Shiloh's Cur.n will immediately
relieve Croup, whooping! cough and
Bronchitis. Sola by W. E. Dement.
1 watched a potter at his wheel one day.
For he was making pitchers out of clay.
The feet of beggars and the heads of
Dust, blown from old, dead cities far
Not Heaven itself wore splendid is and
Than was this palace, when its kins
Race after race. The turtle sits here
"Where? where?" she cries. But there
is no reply.
i ui; nu eiiuucu Mini Misuuiu aicj
like light, j
Toiches, to guide their followers' feet ,
They have not taken yet one step be
.. .ym; , . r . .i- r .'SWSit
This night of mystery this awful, 'SJSiyvJi
nisjlif. ' T:- V
Speak of these wise one.', then, with m TTCTRPAT
The most that of them Wisdom saith,
Is: They bequeathed you fables
Before returning to the sleep of death.
The great wheel of the Heavens will
.... sim round,
i hen you and I, my friend, are under-
At once creatiug life, conspiring;
With Death and Life inexorably bound.
Come sit upon the gra;s. and drink
And quikkly, while the suns of summer
For other gra than that ou sit,
springing from your dust
When you and 1 aie gone, for we must!
I'hey will raise bricks above us. anil I
That other bricks for other tombs than
Will out of us be molded. Be it so.
t do ot fear Uie worid j (lo nol fear
ni. i. -.4 .t...;. t r... :t
WSStuM fear iiotlilnslml not lhlng
l,c only life rih! world we ktmwof The Union Pacific land, grant!
,ien' jamounted to 19,100,000 acres. It
l"t come, my fiiend. since we imistfiin3 si,Jce sold 4 3i7 95S for Slfl-
. Pas? aaj,
wn nri nnns lnol- In Mn v
H..;.i;:: !:::::, ".....Lr;
1 1 Hill HUO It IIIUKIT WllCUICI WP TC-
iie it our care, since pitchers, lie began,
j To hold the heart's good wine long as
1 ii mini nit- m-iiri s rrnnn ivinp nncat.
licfore the potter molds our dust J
Into new .shapes that are no longer man.
Thi powder never variei. A man el of
Pity. strength and whTleaomcnfes. Moiv
ramioi be sold in competition with the mnl-
tltutlc of low let short weight, alum or
pij.phaie ponder. Sold onto ttl cans, lloy-
At Kakixo Pqwdkk Co.. 100 Waii-st. y. Y.
NEYILLE & CO.
Pacific Net and Twine Co.
Sax Fkaxcisoo, April lltli, 1883.
For general convenience,
we ha e sent a supply of IVo. 30, 12
ply "uuinc Scotch Salmon "Set
Twine, to the care of A. M. 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 costlv Xo. 40, 12
ply. Fishermen who have heretofore nscd
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 he money in your pocket to try it.
For prices and samples applv to
A. M. JOHNSON is CO.,
Ne die & Co. Sole Agents, i .. .
31 and S3 California St. ihaxx nincUca.
Drawback Entries. .
Bills of Lading,
Mortgages, "Warranty Deeds.
The Astorian Office
Any blank or form not in stock will be
printed to order.
BUI Heads, Letter Heads, Eecelpt Books.
Fish Talleys, Cards, Tap?, and commerolai
paper of all kinds printed to order at
The Astorian Job Office.
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AVAiH V &KJ&& A &NA1&7
Neuralgia, Sciatica, Lumbago.
Backache, Soreness of the Chest,
uour,uuinsy,aora inroat, swell-
ings and Sprains, Burns and
Scalds, General Bodly
Tooth, Ear and Headache. Frosted
1 ' 7" ' J 1 ,,au"J""at ''""'"J
Feet and Ears, and all other
Pains and Aches.
K Prrmt!on on etrth eqcals St. Jacoss Oil.
as a safe, itre. simple aui cheap Eztcmsl
BtmoJj. A trial entails but the conparaUrely
trifling outlay of GO Cents, and erery 3ao mffer
ing with jain can hare cheap and potitire proof
cf iu claims.
Directions in Eleven Languages.
A. VOGHLER & COM
Haltiniore, J?rf V. S. A.
Yet it owes the gov i
eminent lor money loaned Suby
G04s324, and refuses topav the in-
terest on any nart of it
It is an imaginative Atlanta man i
avIio suggests that twenty years
hence you may, sitting in Atlanta,
see a theatrical representation in
Cincinnati, smell a boquet iu New
Orleans, taste a fresh oyster in
Baltimore, and shake hands with
a friend in Sivaunah, .ill by tele
graph. MOTHERS. READ.
vjf icasKvcii .',ifsirSiS
URKSJsxitJSliip Clafllery ail Groceries
I doctor I had nttcndinir her -ouM nor !!
T.-imt nlleu Iter. 1 nsUitl liim if In did i l
mink it was worms. He said no. How
ever, tlusdid not satisfy me, as I jt .
vinced in my own mind that hi .1. I
obtained n. bottle of DIl. C. MoI.AVj:s
I gave her a tesnoonfiil in the nnrnii:
andnnotberatnI:ntiftcrvfld-lislci ,i ml
seventy-two worms and was a w o. '. 1.
Since ilicn I have never Iki-ii w ii t -.t a
in m timily. The health of iu .'. . . n
rem uncil mi uood that I had i ..: .-.!
watrliin their actions until alxfti' :i r.H)
weekB two, when two of them j-n . ic-I
the same sickly appcarnuce that Is v
did nine years ago. So I thought .t is: t
bo wc.-ir.s, and went to work at oi. x.h
n lx)ttle of UK. C. MrLAWE"; r.KXI.
i'"UGlJ between lour of my cliil "n:. il.t-Ir
ajres lclnji as follews: Alice, b yt- n ; t i.ar
!', J yir; Kmina,fiycar-.; .!:. n.: ..?
I w ciimcs the rcsu't: A:.c and 1 iai:ia
canicoutnlt 1 15' t.hut C'iiai ley ji:eM-l f iry
llv. mill Johnny nlK)titsixl wr.riiss- T
r.-iilt was cratlfvieu Hint I 'j- : iwo
d.;. in Kliowin-z the wniid ifa; . iPi f
j .r YennSfimo anuiml 1 '.. . 1 ii n.w
lmc the worms on rxhHl::nti if. in. v ore.
Wans trnlj, J!!. J'll'KIt.
Th. uenuluo Ii:. O MvT.f.5. K'S VIMt
?it" OK is mnnufitetiueil only by
Fieming Bros., Pitisburgh, Fa.,
nn-S bear the h!(,rnatnre of r. IcIine
nml !'lriutnjr llro;. It Is nover made In
:M. uiisnr Wliccllm;.
IU- sure you jca the xenuiiic Price, S5
Fill-31 IMG UilOS., Pittsbui-gli, Pa.
King of the Blood
Is not a "cure all," it is a blood-purifier :uid
tonic. Impurity of the blood poison; the sys
tem, deranges the circulation, and thus in
duces many disorders, known bv di&erent
names to distingubli them according to ef
fects, but beiug really branches or phases of
that great generic disorder. Impurity or
Blood. Such are DitfKn?ia, 7iiJfoax;iex!,
ifrcr Cmpia(n,fV)M?Ifpahoii.ii:rniiw DiV
ordcr. Headache, Backache, (Ifntral IKvfr
&. Jfcarf Dlcajtc,Drnpyt Kidney 2!S',
Piles. Rheumatifin, Catairh, Scnfula,Si:in
Dinordcrs, Pimple. Ulcers. Stcclling, dr..
clc Kins: or the iiloort prevents and
cures these bj- attacking the cniiKC. Impurity
of the blood. Chemists ami ph sicians asree
in calling it "the most genuine' and cfllcicnt
preparation for the purjwse." . Sold by Drug
gists, SI per bottle. See testimonials, direc
tions, &c. In pamphlet, "Treatise on DLseascs
ot the Blood." wrapped around each bottle.
D. RAXSOM. SOX & Co.. Props
Buffalo, X. Y.
FIRST QUALITY LUMBER.
IS IN THE FIELD AXD IMtorOSISS TO
. X? w,111 take orders for lumber from 100
to Mo M at the mill or delivered.
N c also mamdacture lath and shingles of
Flooring a Specialty.
Address all orders
WESTPORT MILL CO.
S. C, BENJfKR, Supt.
j Columbia Transportation Co.
! li I n ltvn refitted for the comfort of
:'as-- :;.'-- will leave "Wilson and
rNh"r- dock every
-ndQij, Wednesday and Friday at 6
4..V. nniving at Portland at 1 P. M.
lN'ii.n.m:. Iiwes Portland every
"'euc and Thursdays at 6 A. M.
' Arriving at Astoria at 1 P. M.
Sunday of Each Week,
) I eavliiK Portland at 9 o'clock
! Pr.'svngrrs ly iliK rouu connect at Kalaina
fur Stiuiul iH.rt. U. B. SCOTT,
Arnnti onrl Dnnllnnrl
f. ir shkrma.v. ... master
v,ni n'ak- ii.iar trips to Portland and
AMorij. li'atin;; UunieH'j. dock, foot ol Mor-
i "-'!' Mn-el. Portlai'il.at6A.3r.Satunlas.
aih! v.iU trae Wilson & Fisher's dock.
A2Ji5- af 9 ;x-M-' "":das- , ,
ce-hr'Sght canied at reasonable rates.
Steamer '' RELIC'
WILL MAKE TK1PS .VS
To YOl'XRS ItlYElt, Mondays. WedtiPMl.i s
Special triiKj ;is required.
Will lejive Wil-on & Fishers wharf at
O o'clock sliarp, each morning.
LEWIS G. f IAAVEN,
. vvt r Asiona. Jiasicr.
EE&IILAE STWM P A nTFT1
UJ-LiL UJ-Uillll IHUILUI.
"Uaisy. and Barge.
? '" ' -to.'" G?s ,
For Olnev. and Head of Younes TMvpr
1 On Tncsdajs.nna Fridays, at 8 A.M.
I Itctuniing same day.
rf Landings on uk& Clark's Itirer.
wu urunriinja, ai A. .11.,
Tor Fonner's Camp.
O11 Friday, nt 5 1. 31., laylug oer night
at the Camp, will leave for Astoria, on Sat
nrdny.at a. 3i.: Ketumlng will leave
Astoria, at 3 f. 31.
cirFor Freight or Passage, apply on board,
or at Gray's Uock, w here Freight will be re
ceived ami stored. If necessary.
J. H. D. GRAY.
A .11. JOHNSON.
C. U. STICK ELS.
A. SL JOHNSON & Co.,
CROCKERY & CLASS WARE.
Alo "Wholesale Dealers in
I'uixii.s, Oil. Variiislies, GIuhs,
rtiiiy. Artist", Oil and AVatcr
Colors, I'aiiit and ICnlso-
CmiManJlj on hand a full and choice stock
of Staple and 1 aury (Jroceries Onl5r tlio
nur stork of -1'roekery and CSIbkh
Vnre is the L.arscft and most Complete
Stock ever opened In Astoria.
Tea and Dinner Sets, Toilet Sets. Ulass,
Knilt, and V.ter Sets. Bar Fixtures. Ale
Mugs. Ponies. Runic Bottles Goblets, Tum
bler I onade Cups, &c , xc
Everything sold at Lowest Living Rates.
An Evamination v. ill more thau repay you.
LOEB & CO.,
AdENTS FOR TTIE
Best San Francisco Houses and
Tumblers Decanters, and All
Kinds of Saloon Supplies.
fgy-AII g(K)ls sold at Saa Francisco Prices.
Opposite Parker House, Astoria, Oregon.
MAGMS G. 0R0SBY,
HARDWARE, IRON, STEEL,
Iron Pipe and Fittings,
PLV MBERS A'D STEAM FITTER0
Goods and Tools,
SHEET LEAD STRIP LEAD
SHEET IRON TIN AND COPPER,
Stoves, Tin Ware and House
JOBBING .V SHEET IRON, TIN. COP
PER PLUMBING and STEAM FITTING
Done with neatness and dispatch.
None but nrst class workmen employed.
A large assortment oJJ
Constantly on hand.
Oregon Railway & Navigation
' OCEAX mvisiox.
On and after April 1st, I8S3.
Ocean Steamers will sail from San Fran
cisco and Portland cerv three day.
Leaving Spear St. wharf San Francisco, at
10 :00 A. 3L. and AInsworth Dock, Porti.mil.
Through Ticket sold toallprlncipa
cities In the Urdted States, Canada and
River and Rail Division.
On and After March 8, 1883.
1 rains leave Portland for Eastern points,
at 7 :20 A. M. Sundays excepted.
KIVER DIYISIO.V (Mhlille Colambln).
Boats leave Portland for Dalles at 7 -.00
Leave Port-I I ' "' I I '
land for Mpn Tu. We. IThu.l Frl. I Sat
lnmbia....lS AUU AM S AH 8 AM
Dayton. Or. !7 AM TAM
Vietoria.BC,'i AM U AMj
Loaves Aitoria for Portland at 6 a. 10. dally ax
Astoria to Portland.
Steamer Wide 1Vet w ill lea e Astoria
for Portland, J P. 31. ? !
Returnlnir, leaes Portland for Astoria,
3 a. m daily, Wednesdays excepted.
Pullman Palace Cars running betweon Port
land. W alia Walla and Dayton.
C. H. PKESCOTT.-SPenntorTramc
ilwaco Steam Navigation Go
Astoria to Forts Stevens, Canby,
Connecting by Stages lor
Oysterville and Olympia.
- uuui iiuunr iiuuco tnu xiwaco
Tr.:t r. .1 n.. 1-,
owam iiarisaiionuo's stoamois
QEX. MILES, ORGEtf. CAJSBT
Will leave Astoria
On Mondays, and Thursdays, at 7 A. M.
Frt Slereaa, Fort Canby, aad llnaco
Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Fridays and
Saturd ct . .
The steamer will leave Astoria at 9 a.m.
as formerly, not being confined strictly to
Fare to Fort Steveus.............60cM
" . " Canby and Ilwaco . Si 00
Ilwaco freight, by. the ton, In lots ol
one ton or over, $2 oo per ton.
GBf-For Ticket. Towage or Charter apph
at the office of the Company, Gray'i wharf,
foot of Benton street.
J. II. D.GRAY. AKent.
Oregon & California R.R Co
On an aftor Hay 13, 1853. trains will run jb
follows, DAII.Il (Ejrcopt aandajs),
lieturceu POBTLA.ND and GI.EM1ALE
Portland 7:30.A. .Glenrle 10 :5 p-y.
Clendale 1:00 A. m Portland 4i25e. v.
ALBANY EXPRESS TRAIN.
Portland J:0o 1'. M.j Lebanon 0.20 P. M
Lebanon 4:45 A. M. Portland 10:05 A. M
The Oregon and California Railroad r err
makes connection with-all IteguIarTrains ot
UetAveen Portlaml ant C'orvutlls
LEAVE. . Alt HIVE.
Portland 9:00 A. M.ICorvnlli .-4:30 P. il
Corvallis 8:30 A. M. Portland 3:20 P. M
Portland 5:00 r.y.McMinnville-.8:00 p.m.
Mc5Hnnville.5:45A.M.ll'orUHnd 8:30 a. u.
Close connections made at Glendale with
the Stages of the Ureeon and Californik Stage
y)-Ticketi for sale at all the principal point
in California and tho Kat, at Company's
Corner F and Front Sts., Portland, Or.
Storage will be charrl on freight remain
ing atCompanys Warohoti.-agver4 hours.
Freight will nut be received for shipment
after 5 o'clock P. M. on either the East or
West aide Division.
J. BRANDT, (Jen'l Sup't.
R. KOEHLER, Manage-.
. P. ROGERS, , ,
Gen'l Freight and Passenger Agant
Shoalwater Bay Transportation Co.
Astoria to Olympia,
Fort Stevens, Fort Canby, Ilwaco.
Xorth Beach. Oysterville. Xortli
Cove. PetersesM Point. IIo-
And all points on Shoalwater Bay, and Gray
On Columbia River.
" GEN. GARFIELD
Connecting with Stages over Portages.
Leave Astoria for Olympia, at - - 7 A. M.
On Mondays, Thursdays and Saturdays,
arri ing at Moutesano the day after tearing
Astoria tlirough trip in 60 hours.
Leave Olympia for Astoria on same dajs.
General Commission Brokers.
Office conier Cass and Clicnanuis streets,
with John Rogers.
A General Agency business transacted.
B0Z0ETH & JOHNS.
Real Estate Dealers.
A peneral ageney business transacted
TTa. rVllnmhfm. PitV ATrlnrhfAnt- lilnrii
aad Saasld property for aalt.--
NEW YORK LIFE.
11x1(1 Death lidssL-s. A.nuuitiuM. endowments, etc. xk l5e VJtU
Increase iu Insurance ...............-.:.................. 19.S4JtTS.
3Fr further particulars, apply for Annual report at the office, Mul AC VJKXT
STBliET, POKTLAXD.OK. . "
General Agent for Oregon and Washlartoa,TeaK6zy.
We. the undersigned, take pleasure in declaring our unqnallfied confidence In thnfh&lr
cial abliiity and integrity of this companv, and thorough reliability of the sfgentr' "
W.S.LADD. II. W. COKBETT. C.U.IJiWIS. W.WADHAM3. JOHNJCE
PAULSCIIULTZE, A. L. LINDSLEY, JA3. K. KELEEY, KENNErH3tACjaBJ
DONALD MACLEAY, G.A.MOONEY. n
liOZORTH & JOHNS. Agents for Astoria, to whom all applications should be qd.
S -DKALKR HI
Doors, Windows, Blinds. Transoms, Lumbar.
Ail kinds of
rv t rr t TTArDrrm
1 rt k 1 iv nniii.. t
Boat frlaierial. Etc.
i Boats of all Zaizxds Ma.do to Ordsr. j
?Orders from a distance promptly attended to, and satisfaction guaranteed la all.
S. ARNDT & EERCHEN,
ASTORIA. - OREGON.
The Pioneer Machine Shop
All kinds or
Promptly attended to.
A specialty made of repairing
FOOT OF LAFAYETTE STREET.
ASTORIA IRON WORKS.
BKjrro.v Stkeict, Neak Pakkku Housk,
ASTORIA. - OREGON.
GENERAL MACHINISTS AND
LAND ail IAE1EEE1ES
BoiierWork, Steamboat Work
and Cannery Work a spe
cialty. Ofall Descriptions made to Order
at tfhort Xotirc.
A. D. W'ass, rresedent.
J. G. II USTI.EK, Secretary,
I. V. Case, Treasurer.
A. V. Alien,
(SUCCESSOtt TO PAGE & ALLSN.)
Wholesale and retail dealer' In
Glass and Plated Ware,
TROPICAL AND DOMESTIC
FRUITS AND VEGETABLES.
Wines, Liquors Jobacco.Cigars
Wilson & Fisher,
iron, Steel. Coal, Anchors, Ghains,
TAR, PITCH, OAKUM,
WROUGHT AND CUT GALVANIZED
Kails. Copper Knils and Burrs,
Shelf Hardware, Paints and Oils
Rubber and Hemp Packing of alt Kinds.
FJ.OUIt A3D MIIX FJEE1).
Agents for Salem Flouring Mills.
Corner Chenamus and Hamilton Street
BUSINESS OABDS. . s
"CJ C. HOL.DEX,
AUCTIONEER, COMMISSION .ANW IN
Q.I.O F. PARKES,
Clatsop Cemmtyvaa4 City S. AMtmrim
Office : Chenamus street, Y. M. 0. A. hall
Room No. 8. '
"P I. WISTW ,
Attorney and Countries at LottK
3-Offlce In Pythian Bulldfnx Xeoau 11413
ASTORIA, - - - .OXEGON.
JAY TLTTIjS, M. . -
PHYSICIAN AND STJBQJEON
Oma-Rooms 1, 2, and. j, PjtSii 21M
Ing. 1 VJ-
Residence Over J. Bf ThosM-Dras'
P P. HIKS,
ASTORIA, - - - -" OUDGON
Rooms In Allen's buildlnjr up stain, eorae?
of Cass and Sqemocqha stret f. Ji
J Q. A.BOWIiBY, " .
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Chenamus Street, - - ASTORIA, OREGON
Ship and Steamrjoat Joistr
Suits made in the Latest Sijle, and oa short
est notice ; atso
Fainted Flowers on theDrtiMi
"Ladles are Invited to call and see sta
ples of this fine woric.
GENERAL STEAMSHIP AGENCY.
Bills of Exchange on any
Part ol Europe.
1AM AGENT FOR TIE POLLOWlNa
well known and commodious sfiaiHo
STATE LINE, RED STAR,
NATIONAL, and AMERICAN LTNIT"
Prepaid tickets toorfroraaay Europea
port. - -
For full information as to rates of tsx
sailing days, etc, apply to
8 per Mora f
GEO. V. HUME SAW MILL.
MANUFACTURERS $ DEALEK
LUMBER, SALMON BOXES, 7MY3Eje.
Office and Mill
CORXKR OF WKST 9TH AXB WATSS KM
THE LATEST STYLE
B. B. FRANKLIN!,
NEXT DOOR TO ASTOBlATOFKCX.
A rery large Stock from wkkh.t stftet.
"Window curtains rsade to orier. ,
E"Mr patent Trimmer to cat WaS Tmmt
will be tonnd contenirt to Mj'pAtnM.