The daily morning Astorian. (Astoria, Or.) 1883-1899, January 06, 1884, Image 1

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VOL. XX, JNTQ. 80.
A.STORIA, OIIEGOA1, SUNDAY, JAXUARY , :HS4.
P&ICE, FIYI,
T Bf 1 " I i . -" A -. rf
A'illard
Resigns the
Northern
Presidency
Farillc.
of the
New York, Jan. -L The animal
"meeting of the board of. directors of
the Northern Pacific Railroad was
held to-day in the offices of the com
pnny. Present: Frederick Billings,
Ashbell H. Barney, John Wells, Pos
;vell Gv Ralston, "Robert Morris, Thos.
F. Oakes, J. Pierrepont IMorgan,
August Belmont, J. L. Stackpole,
Benjamin Cheney, John C. Bullett,
and Henry E. Johnston
', The following letter from Henry
Villard was read:
To the Board ot Directors of the
Northern Pacific Railroad Cempany:
t hereby offer my resignation as presi
dent of your board. I feel con
strained to take the step for two rea
sons. one of which is that I am suff
ering from nervous prostration, which
renders, .me ,no longer capable to
I.)ropQrlyrdisoharge my official duties,
and -my physicians advise' absolute
abstention from all active employ
ment as a condition o the recovery
of my health. The other reason is,
that in my own opinion, no less-than
in that of my personal and business
friends, the interests of the company
call for. the severance of myconnec
tionwithit". , -
., Its Rejection would bo -an unjust
result of the years of severe labor
:1ml anxiety which I have spent in
ihy endeavor to servo the company
conscientiously and to my best abil
ity, but my feelings should not stand
in the way of the welfare of stock
holders, t am consoled by an abid
ing confidence that the future will
completely vindicate all my actions.
Itmay, as soon as my health permits,
ask thp privilege of submitting to you
asummary of my administration of
the company's affairs. Allow me to
express to you, iu conclusion, my sin
cere thanks for the cordial support
and appreciative sympathy you have
ajt all times extended to me.
H. TiijIjAkd.
The resignation was accepted.
A meeting of the Oregon and
Transcontinental executive commit
tee was called for routine business.
The investigating committee dis
charged and its report accepted.
!"Tlie executive committee of the
O. B. & N. Co. is in session.' It is
understood the dividend will be re
duced from 10 to 8 per cent, for the
reason that the company's earning
capacity does not warrant higher
rates.
A report was circulated this morn
ing that Endicott and Coolidge, who
recently joined the Oregon Railway
and Navigation Company and Oregon
Transcontinental directory, have suc
ceeded in prevailing upon those com
panies to abandon the construction of
their new lino to a connection with
the Union Pacific's Oregon Short
Bine. Officials of the Oregon Bail
way and Navigation Company deny
this, and state that the work has been
discontinued owing to heavy snow
and bad weather; but in the
spring the road will be rapidly pushed
to" completion.
Stocks were active and higher this
afternoon. Northern Pacific preferred
touched 50, on the resignation of
ATillard.
.
ABenton County 3Inrder.
CorvaiiIis, Jan. 4. Thoma? J.
Dennis and a man named JBurbank,
his son-in-law, while bunting in the
Alsea valley, twenty-five miles west
of Corvallis, Saturday, separated,
agreeing to meet on Grant's- moun
tain. Dennis failed to appear at the
proper time and Burbank, after vain
waiting and searchj returned home
and reported the facts to the neigh
bors. The whole neighborhood be
came aroused and scoured the coun
try vainly until yesterday, when Den
nis' body was found in a lonely spot
shot through the heart, his gun, still
loaded, lying near him. The circum
stances indicated that the body had
been dragged fifty yards from where
it fell and footprints not correspond
ing to Dennis' boots were noticed.
There is no doubt of foul play. Bur
bank was arrested on suspicion at the
grave during Dennis' burial and is
expected to reach this city to-night
Dennis was 50 years old and 'leaves a
Irtrge famuy.
Italy ou Top.
TLe report is confirmed that the
representatives of Germany, Austria,
and sltalyjiave signed a treaty by
which, in the event of a war between
either of the two first named powers
or both of them and France, Italy is
left "entirely free to take part or not;
but should France go to "war with
Italy, both Germany and Austria are
pledged to Iielp Italy. Until further
explanation this may be pronounced
the most remarkable treat' of mod
ern times. It gives to Italy every
thing and asks nothing from her in
return; not even the payment of the
var expenses of the two most oblig
ing nations. This singular treaty
was signed as early as last September,
aiot long after the rumpus in Italy
ave,the".JFrench-military movements
in Tunis. " - J
Ejrypt Getting Tired.
I Caieo, " Jan. 4. The relations of
Egypt and England are strained.
Egypt has sent a note to Great
Britain, pointing out that in the
present state of things Egypt cannot
continue asking final decision on the
Soudan question. If England re
fuse's the assistance asked'the khedive
jjfndthe ministry are 'determined to
.abandon to Turkey eastern -Soudan,
nnd reduce the Egyptian tribute to
ihe -porte, Egyptian troops will then
be concentrated in Egypt proper,
tlius giving a force of 15,000 men to
protect the frontier, -without the
English army. JSvelynBaring thinks
15,000 men insufficient for, that ser
vice. The Secret.
i.Th.e Baltimore Netcs, says it is pre
posterous to speak of the substantial
gucces without intrinsic, unques
'fcjoned merifc. St Jacobs Oil, the
gjreat pain-care; is tt most pronounced
example Its -immense sale is due to
its merits
The Greed for "Wealth.
The temptations to excess in efforts
oi money-making in this country are
well-nigii irresistible. The land is
comparatively new and much remains
to be developed. Our National
growth is unexampled and rapidly
progressing. Opportunities for trade
multiply on every hand, and here, as
nowhere else iu the world, "the hand
of the diligent maketh rich.' And
so, with a shout and a spring, every
body makes a grand msii into some
business enterprise or movement.
Some deliberately count tho cost in
advance, go slow and sure, and make
'steadv advancement toward the final
goal of competence or affluence.
Others go pell-mell, and lose through
indiscretion and lack of foresight
Others win by the mysterious work
ings or what is called blhid luck.
If it was with us more as it is with
the staid and worn-out countries of
Europe, where everything is cut and
dried and encrusted with the oppress
ive customs and regulations of cen
turies, where opportunities for change
or progress are limited and hopeless
despair represses ambition and ener
gy among the poorer classes, we
should see a different stale of society
altogether. There would be less ex
travagance and less impetuosity, less
confusion and competion, less prof
its, and perhaps smaller losses. Of
course, we shall gradually work to
ward a moro settled, regular and bus
iness activity as we grow older, and
as the experience of centuries brings
wisdom and prudence and caution to
venturesome minds, but that is a
good way ahead as yet. But the nat
urally existing conditions of life and
the natural jnovoment of men and
things, we shall be compelled to pass
through a succession ot trials and
failure-- for many a year before age
sobers and represses the impulses
and ardor of National youth and ex-
Kntiefc i TYinncnrn if ifc ciirornliiinl-
. v: ,., . .I i ... t ie
anr vnaiiry anil resuessiiess. jiux n,
in the meantime, morals, arts and 1
higher intellectual pursuits should i
?.. , t J .
snirer by reason of excessive absorb-;
tim of inierasl in material progress,
and gain, we can console ourselves
with the reflection that this prelimin-1
ary stage cf development must needs
precede the more perfect and equable j
condition which lies just before us iu
the roseate light of an ideal future.
TLc Sioux Ilvnin I'ool.
A hymn book has lieen prepared
for the Indians in the missionary
jurisdiction of Niobrara. It is said
-;,
to contain 110 hymns. The first stan
za of "Jerusalem, My Happy Home,"
runs in this melodious mauner:
Jerusalem, wati waxie,
Caje tewarinda. -
Tohan kiuban rtwarie xiii. "
Heci wovizuxkiu.'
No bald-headed man is taken into
the United States army as a recruit.
This rule has been adopted to concil
iate the friendly Indians. Nothing
exasperates an Indian so much as to
kill a United States soldier, and then
bo deprived of the satisfaction of
scalping him. Such an outrage on
t.lio friMiillv Inrlifmsj is nnlraiil,iifi1 ti
goad them on to war. It is at the re- j
quest of tho Indians that the scrc
tarv of war issued the order that
nouo but scalpable recruits shonld be
received into the army.
It appears from the evidence that '
both the vessels sent by tho govern- j
inent on the Grcely relief expedition J
were unnL lor tne service ana aiso
imperfectly equipped for such a
hazardous undertaking. It would
have been much more intelligent,
humane and less expensive to hae
killed Lieutenant Grcely before he
started on the expedition.
"Work still goes on tit the quick
silver mines on the Nestucca. They
have tunneled into the mountain
about eighty feet, and are confident
that they will soon strike it rich.
The Cherokee Indians have estab
lished a national bank in their terri
tory. Now they will find that direct
communication cither with Canada or
Mexico is an actual necessity.
A fashion editor says: ''Now that
cats' heads are being used to adorn
bonnets, tho cat must go.' We hope
he won't go out any more at night
than he now does.
A Toronto man waited until he was
eighty-three years old before he got
married. That's like running three
miles to get a good start for a fonr-
teen-inch jump.
It is estimated that about 1,000,000
feet of logs, belonging mostly to Sno
qualmie loggers, went out to sea on a
late freshet The loss amounts to
about SG,500.
A wise man never contradicts his
wife. He bides his time and sits smil
ingly, sure that she will contradict
herself if he doesn't spoil it by his
rashness.
Mr. Gladstone, it is said, dislikes to
put on a new suit of clothes. "Well,
it is annoying to have everyone you
meet ask if it has been wet yet.
A good quality of timothy and clo
ver hay, baled, sells at $12 per ton at
the ranches in the vicinity of Coquille
city.
If "a man is known by the company
he keeps,' then should not the sheriff
be indicted for somctUmg or otner r
Bnlwer was correct there is no such
word as fail; it is mollified down into
assignment
Coultl Harilly Slnutl on Iter
Dr. 11. V. Pierce, M. D., Buffal .. X. T.
Dear Sir: I must tell you what your
medicine has done for me. Before tak
ing vour "Favorite Prescription 1
could'hardly stand on my feet, but, by
following vour advice, I am perfectly
cured. The '-Favorite Prescription" is
a wonderful medicine for debilitated
and nervous females. 1 cannot express
how thankful 1 am to you for yur ad
vice. Yours truly,
3fRS. COKNEL1A ALLISON.
Peosta, la.
2! THE GREAT GERMAN
REMEDY
FOB PAIN.
Eelleres and certs
RHIOATIS3I.
Neuralgia,
Sciatica, Lumbago,
EACKACKE.
SZ1DACHS. TC0IS1C2S,
S0P.E THROAT,
QCINSY. STVELUSC3.
SP2VIXS,
Sorest Cats, Urua.
FROSTBITES,
Ecnxs, SCALDS.
.Ini cU cUar toJU 1
xnjr-xiai.
FIF7T K373 1 BOTTLE.
SoIJby all Dresstoi iml
DeJn. DirtcUcui iu 11
lo;oitJ.
(Snecciun u A. TcjtUr i Co.)
Bt!UaofT. HJ-, U.S. A.
Urns'
Blood
Is not a "cure ?." it is a blood-purifier and
tonic. Impunty of tiie blood poisons thesys
tcni, deninjics tne rirculation, and tlius in
duces many disordir kuotTi by different
names to d'istiu;uKli them aecoruimito ef
feet!, but bcins really bmnclirs or phases of
thatreat Keiu-ric disorder. Impurity or
SSIoosl. riiieh are )j;c;)M"n, liilltoiisnexf,
Liter Complaint, CttnxtipnWm. Xcrruu Di
onlcrr. Headache. BnchacJie, General Wcak
no, f4irt Dh4xc,nni)y. Kidncjl Dheaxc,
Pilot. IthcitmathiK, Catarrh, Scrofula, Shin
Db-oulrrA. i:;7c. Ulcer. SircUinu. J.C..
ltc. Ii:ir o. rJie tJloort nnrwiiN
mu
c,,r tirw,. i... :ii,.ni-i ulf -,.W iintmniv
of the blood. 'Clirimstsaiui i".iMcian.s:ijn-ee
" ": "tlieiniistiwiiuliie ami cmrtwit
;l('lmJtIollfotln;J)urM),." Sold l)T Dru-
Ux .Sl ,lt!r hottlc; SeC istiinoniali direc-
t'oiis&c.. in iami)ldci,"TreatNe0JiUise:uces
Blootl."ijTOnwdarniimlirii Jm
i.i.an&o..i. so&jgo-ji roj.s
. A RNBT & PEI10II EN,
ASTOIMA.
oi:i";ox.
The Pioneer Machine Shop
-
IltACKMIITll
vESa
5JT ! li ' , ?Jzg&i Sr&
il O V -40bM?p
$
i 1 1 T llil Tl 1
h
v-ft . '-' - ZZS i -pBprr.w
Boner bnoD .'rssiv
'&
All kinds of
EMeMS, CANNERY,
AX-
STEAMBOAT W0EK
Promptly attended to.
A le r repslriii8
OANNEJRY DIES,
FOOT OF LAFAYETTE STREET.
PETEE BLAHSH0LM,
Dealer in
FINE 0IGABS,
IM POUTED AJsD DOMESTIC.
THE BEST BRANDS OF TOBACCO.
s32o:ts::k akticekw.
i Cor. .v)iitiMMi:a and Olney Streets Astoria.
A, . Allen,
Wholesale and Kolftll Dealer in
MILL FEED.
Glass and Plated Ware,
TItOI'ICAL AND DOMESTIC
FRUITS AND VEGETABLES.
Together with
Wines, Liq'JorsJofaacco.Gioars
BOATBTJILDING,
R. M. LEATHERS
Has reopened Ids boat shop, over Arndt Si
Ferehen's, foot of LaKayette Mre.et, and is
prepared to turn out
FI1LST-G1ASS BOATri.
AL.Ij AVORft GITAICAXTEF.I).
TjSlIXjOH.I'N'G-,
Cleaning Repairing.
SKAT, ClIIIAl' AND QUICK. BY
GEORGE LOVETT,
Main Street, opposite X. Loeb's.
Boat Building.
JOS. P. LEATHERS
ronncrly over Arndt & Ftrchen'a iltchine Sho
TSRFILDINC5 FIRST-CLASS BOATS IN
A the "hop formerly occupied by SI. John
son on Concomlv street, one block west of
Hansen Itro" Mill. .Ilot'.ct, Jl.itertal antl
Finish Flrst-rlass
Are you made miserable bv Indi
lieilion, Constipation, Dizziness, Loss of
appetite Yellw:Skin? Shiloh's ViUil
izer is a positive cure. For sale by W.
E. Detneiit,
Hi iiiiiiiiiiii minim n rip!
iMr"y" " w
OKvanbi
i1 jifejiniiP533!!
JLfe-
of the
Ed. B. Curtis & Co,
Carpils, Uittn
UNSURPASSED
IX
STYLE AND FINISH.
NEW ', '
Elf KM IT HIKE,'
A COMPLETE STOCK.
Hariware ait Slii j Cliailerj
A. VAH DU8EN & GO, ' '
DEALKKS IX
Hardware and Ship Chandlery,
Pure Oil, Bright Varnish,
Binnacle Oil, Cotton Canvas,
Hemp Sail Twine.
Cotton Sail Twine.
Lard Oil.
Wrought Iron Spikes.
Galvanized Cut Nails.
Agricultural Implements,
Noiviiijr rrliicliiiios.
Paints anil Oils, firoft-ries. elc.
i he Gem Saloon.
The Popular Resort for Astorians.
I'OU T1IK
Finest of Wines and Liquors
Co lu the OEM SALOON.
Ai.r..CA?.irr.i:i.i..
pnonrinroK
rv
ASTORIA
IRON WORKS.
ASTOKIA. - OltCCOX.
GENERAL MAGHiNISTS AND
BOILER MAKERS.
LANDaMIAEIEEH&IM
BoilerWork, Steamboat Wor
and Cannery Work a spe
cialty. Of nil l)eeriptioiis made to Onlor
at Short Xotlrc.
A. D. "Wass, President.
.1. 0. IU'STLEit.Secretarj'.
1. W. Cask, Treasurer,
.joitx Fox.Superintendent.
C. H. BAIN & CO.
t)K.I.EnS is
Doors. Windows, Blinds. Jransoms
Turning, Bracket Work.
A specialty, :ir.d all work guaranteed.
Oak. Ash, Ha y, and Waluut lumber : Ore
gon ami Ttirt Orford Cedar.
All kinds of boat material on hand.
C.H.RAU' & CO.
THE LATEST STYLES 4
WALL "PAPER
AT
B. B. FRANKLIN'S,
NEXT DOOR TO ASTORIAN OFFICE.
A veo' large Stock from which to select,
"Window curtains made to order.
JSTMy patent Trimmer to cut Wall Paper
will be lound convenient to my patroiw.
BARBOUR'S
It
HAVE NO EQUAL.
THE
The London Fisheries Exhibition
HAVE AWARDED THE
GOLD MEDAli
TO
The Barlioir Brotes Cgianj
-FORTHE
SUPERIORITY
OF THEIIt
ELAX NET THREADS.
II
j i
Salmi
TtoeaJs
HOTELS AND RESTAUKAXTS.
PARKB-R HOUSE,
JJ.B.I'AKKKIt.
ASTOKIA. - -. -
- OREGON.
E. P. PAJtKEK. -Ai
. CKOSIIY.
Thll. BOWEItP,
.Tas. DCEFV has the
.Maiiauerand Agent.
Day Clerk-
Xlglit Clerk.
Bar'and Billiard room.
Pirst Class' in all Respects.
I'UEH COACH TO' THE HOISE.
IT
IS A PACT '
i- -.--- -TilT J "'".
JEFf 'S :CH6.fe;rHdUSE
- Concomly Street is the Best in
Town..; , " 4
-THAT
II'-Itus Alnays on IlautLFKESII
Slioal Alater JJar anl l-.ast--
c?n Oysters
-TJIAT- fl
"JEFF" IS THE BOSS CATERER?
THAf "
He has been Proprietor or the "Aurora
Hotel" in Knappton hcven jenrs.
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT.
A Good Cup of Coffee
AND OYSTERS AT
Mrs. Powell's Coffee House,
On Main Streot iiet to Oregon Bakery.
Campi "Restaurant. .
TJEKOUGIIOrT,
L. Serni has rchnllt his estahlUhment and
Is prepared to accommodate, the traveling
public.
A jxood meal furnished at,auv hour or the
day or night. '
'I lit flntst Liquorj and Cigars at the bar.
Two doors v. ettif Ike Foster's. ' f
2S fiiii LUIGI SEKI.A.-
THE BEST
set
Boardinq and Lodqinq Hotf
Chas. Wnllmau hxf opened a hoanlingand
lodging house south ot O'Brien's hQtcl, near
thegttsyrork , , . , -2.r,,
Tlie table Is supplied Avlth the bBit-nht
matket airerN: god food and clean beds
will lt? furnished at the regular prices.
Cive tut a call ami satisfy yourselves.
CIlAsCWALLMAX.
Can prove 1: Ills books that he Is doing the
bigge.t business of any
RESTAURANT
BrH!
TuFBjvBflsKSL
--i.fn the city, and he will guarantee to give
? Mi a ltnct irtnnt fni k.li
DRAI.KK IX
Hay, Oats, Straw.
Lime, Brick, Cement and Sand
lVootl Delivered to Order.
:0raying, Teaming and Express Business.
Horses ana Carriages for Hire.
DEALER IN
WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS.
F1I1NT CIjASS
Mrs T.W. Eaton. Miss Florence Carnahan.
EATON & CARNAHAN,
PKVI.FItS IK
Fine MiH'iifery
AXD
Fancy Goods.
Cass Street,
RuiidiiiL'.
next door to Odd Fellows
I. "W. CASE,
IMPORTER AND WHOLESALE AND RE
TAIL DEALER IN
GENERAL MERCHAMSI
Corner Chenamus and Cass streets.
ASTORIA . - - - OREGON
G. W. LEIGK,
PRACTICAL
ARCHITECT! DRAUGTSMAN
(Ofilcc QVer"Whtte House Store),
IS 2COW READY TO FURNISH PX.4.XS
and J4PKUIPICATIONS ofaUdcs
tiriptlons or
BUILDINGS, Etc.
A School of DrausUtin will be ojiened on
JANUARY 2d next, at 7 7. m.. to which a
limited number of pupils will be admitted.
TKAXSPORTATIOX LTXES.
Oregon Railway & Navigation
..r C03IPAST.
CKAJS" Xlj1S!OX.
During tho month of .January, iss-I. Ocean
Steamers will sail from Hiriland for San
Francisco, and from i?an Frsujeisco for Fort-
lano:overftdny:ieavingAlnswortliDocKi
Fonlanrtat. Jlidnight. and Spcar.trf et
AVhrtrf;SanFrancisc(.atlOA.3r. ' " r
TIirouhTSftietN .sold to all principal
cities in the" Tinted State. CdmuU and
Europe. rD
RAtL OIVISIOK.
I'assenger Train leave Fortland for K.ist-
eru i)oinia. at r :20 F. 31. ilasl v.
.. '
UIVSR UITSSapv (JllddJc Ci)t::itjh:a.
Iinat? leave IMrtianri for Dalles at T-.ttt)
A M.
IMpni.Tu. jWe.lTbu.l Frl.l S-r
A.tifria r.tfl j I
lower Co-1 I ! I
luinbia....lBA.!KAM hAM fi All
Daytoa. Or.TtiAAl! ZAM!
RAM
6A5J
AM
aalem .. L. .,.1 I c ,I
I
uarYaiiiR'.-A i -'- - i- -"i
VictonaJSCSS ASl6 AM:.VM,,6AM,': AM
nxc x ,"""'; .'.'";
R.A-SI
Lcarcs. Astoria fo; Porticd at. Gj. in, daily ox
ceptjsandiy. -T "-. .
Pullman Pa! see (C'AXwuin!c: betwesnPor
lsnd:aDdt.'PanI.J n
C.JIJ'KESCOTT. t
, - TMauayer.
CfaL-STOICES.
.lOHioitjn:, f
Snu't of Tratilc
K.P;KOnKK.
GencraXAsaht v
PasenRor Dep't.
1- dtTramc.
Oregon & California &'. KL
OREGON & TRANSCONTINENTAL
COMPANY, LESSEE.
On and after Dec. 2d. 1SS, trains will ran as
follows : DAILY (Except hundays).
CASTSIDF. DIVISIOX.
Kctccn FOUri-A.M)a:id ILi?.'T'a IMSS
MAir. TltAIX.
LEAVE. -4i AKRIVE.
rortland 7 :C0 a. M'tGrantVFassl:2u A. m.
Ur:mtjtras.sl0:i:0i,M'rortIantl .'. i!5 i M.
ALBANY .EXPRESS TRAtN.
LEAVE. 'AlIKIVC.
Portland....: 1 ootk 3t.'Lehanbn a i2n r. m
lbauon...?t543. m. Portland. 10 :0." a. m
The Oregon and California Railroad Ferry
makes connection with all Regular Trains
on Eastsiito Di ision.
west?ide
ili:twcc:i lortlamJ nnil t'tirvnlUs
3rinr,TKAtx
ILVVF ' ARRIVE.
Portland 9 :0o a. ar.JCorvalli 4 -JK) p. m.
Corva!ILs...8 :S0 A. m.' Portland a :tw v.ix.
LEAVE. ' ARRIE.
Fortland 3 -.00 p 3i;3rc?dinnvUIe 8 aTO pm
McOnnnvilier:I5 aji Portland. .S:CUA3t
Close connection made at ('rant's Fass
with the Stages of tho Oregon and Califor
nia Stage Cutnnariy.
0S11cl;et Tor- sale at all the principal
poiutiuCaUforuixsit Company's Oillce,
Coryer Jind,Front Sts Portland, Or.
" Freiglit.wiU not be receive for shipment
.'after o o'clock p. rJ-ou either the East or
WestMde JMiiion.
U. KOEIU-hR.
.(cn'J llanager.
A. L. aTOICi:.,
I -Afct Snp't.
of rratlic.
J01IN.MUIU.
hun't.ofTr.Mfle.
I". PjROGLRa.
tJpneral As't
Paaaonger Dcp't.
I ISwacQ Staam Navigation Go.'s
WINTER SCHEDULE.
itoria
o Fort Steutrs. Fort Ca bu.
and lluiac.
Connection by stapes and boats for
Oystervilie. ftlontesano and Oiympia
Until further notice the Ilwaco
Steam Navigation Co.'s bteamer
C3-022L. Miles,
Will leave Astoria
On Mondays Thursdays, and Saturdays
(Oystervilie and Alontesano mail das.
.at 7 A: K.
FOR
Ft.Stevens, Ft. Canby and llwaco
OJT
Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Fridays
The steamer will leave Astoria at 9 A. at.,
as formerly, not benn; confined strictly to
.schedule time.
Fare to Fort Canb and llwaco,,
icts,
JSf-Ilwaco frehrht, by the ton, in lots of
one ton or over, 2 per ton,
CS"For Tickets. Townjie or Charter ap
ply at the oflice of the company, Gray's
unari. toot oi lieuion sireet.
.1. II. D. GRAY,
Aitwit
Shoalwater Bay Transportation Co.
SUMMElt ROUTE.
Astoria to O'ympia,
Touching at
Kort Stcvejis, F ft t'anSiy. !v:i:
XorCh iturIi.4.yNirvi!Ic. TVorlb
Cove. VtcrOK- S'oini. liu
itiiiini, .lloiitefiami. .
And all pointsonSlioalwater Bay.and l5r.ij
Harbor.
GEN. MILES,)
Sirs. or y
GEN.CVNBY.
Ou Columbia RiM'i
GEN. GARFIELD
" MONTESANO
Connecting with Stage
Shoalwater Uaj
Gnij'j. iar!n
er 1'ertajres:
Leave Astoria for Oiympia, at - - 7 A. 31.
On Mondays, Thursdays and Saturdays,
arming at Montesano the day after leaunj:
Astoria through trir in 60 hours.
Leave Oiympia for Astoria on same days.
Columbia Transportation
Co.
(FAST TIME.)
The popular steamer
igg&ii
- FLEETWOOD,
Which has been reP.tted for the comfort o
naenjrersw ill leave wSd
Iisher'a dock every
Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 6
A.&. umvfrv at Portland at 1 P. M.
Ectuniiiy; leaves rortland every
Tuesdays, and Thursdays at 6 A. At.
Arriving at Astoria, at T P. Af.
An additional trip will be made on
Sunday of Each Week,
Leaving Portland at 9 o'clock
Sunday 3Iorniii
Passengers by this rout canned at Kalama
for Sound port XT. B. SCOTT, -
President.
BUSINESS I
Q K. THOMSON, '
Attorney and Counu ,
Room No. c, over White Hofi
ASTOIUA, OREG
i;.
t h
r.VC. KULTOX. . .if
ATTORXETS AT LA- -;
Rooms 5 and C. Odd Fellows. .."
: il . ;,
T J. A. SOTFJ.nV. -
. " attorneyTat law.
Chenamu? treet, - - ASTORIA,
rt J. CU11T1S ,-
ATT'VAT-LAW.
Xotarv Public'. CdmraUsronerof I.
Cailioriiia, Nev York and Washiugt
ntox-.
Rooms .and4rOddtFelIowsBiildeti
toria. Oregon.
Nr3 -Claims' at-Washlngon.-I: '
collections, aspceialty: y .'-
Astoria Agent
Hamburg-Magdeburg
... and German-Amt
FfRE INSURANCE COIIPAN'IJ
OTVEY PUBLIC,
AUCTIONEER, COMMISSION AX.
SURANCE AGENT.
G1
EI.O F. fAKKEK.
SURVEYOR OF
Clataop County, aiid City of Am
Ottlce : Ctienaiuns street,
Room No. 8.
Y.M.C.
fA O
"H"3;. X. C. BOAT3IAX.
Physician and Surgeon.
'Rooms i and 10, Odd Fellows Bull.
ASTORLA., OREGON.
AY TJjTTIjE, 31. .
PHYSICIAN AND SURGE02
Offick Rooms l, 2, and 3. Fythian Bi
luff.
Rkstdkxck Over J. E. Tliomas' r
Store.
"CT 3P. HICKS.
PENTIST,:
ASTORIA, --. - OREO?
Rooms in Allen's building up stairs, con
ofCassandSqemocqueatret .
ii;. ca:iaxsss.
IiieotFortSlovenSwhas come to Astot
for the purpose of practicing
MEDICINE AND SURGERY.
Will vNit patients In the country and cit;
Office in Odd Fellows Buildin?. Residene
above Catholic Church.
GENERAL STEAMSHIP AGENCY.
Bills of Exchange on any
Part oi Europe.
T AM AGENT FOR TIE FOLLOWING
JL welt l;n
;nown and commodious steamsldp
lnes.
STATE LINE, RED STAR,
"WHITE STAR.
HAMBURG-AMERICAN,
DOMINION LIN'
NATIONAL, and AMERICAN LINE.
Prepaid tickets to or from any Eu
port.
For full Information as to rates
sailing davs. etc, apply to
T.W
oi:o. P. WIIKKLCII.
Notary Fnblie.
W
WHEELER & T
iOBB.
GENERAL'
Real Estate I Insnr,
ii
We h:nc very desirable
toria and Upper Astoria V
farms tlirounout tho cor
Accounts carefully af
tions made.
"We reprej
'TJOT.
TKoyal. A'ofivicIi.T
)iirc InsB
With :t combined ca'
property in As
.nty3 Aho' nn''
tjasted and collec-
-enl.ihe
JRQnre Co'., "
P3I or 336,000,000.
TICK i
Srd Acent lasui-.
ord. and the Man.
0?,a-Sn"lnee Co..
Travelers life
mice Co . of J
hattau lji
6f
We are asent
IV'orfiirest A'eir
All biLsiuess
ceive prompt
- ,, ioric.
Ah I the Oreson Vidcttc
Ar-Ka.dt00urcaro,-
WMli
wm
co AMISSION MERCHANTS.
Dealers In
KAY,
GBAEST,
POTATOES,
AND
OOUftTET PE0DU0E.
Advances made on Consignments.
W. E. BEHENT & GO.
ASTORIA, , 7 . 0REG0N
iV.try in Stock,
leeOGS, CHEMICALS, TOILET
and '
FANCY ARTICLES!
Prescriptions carefully Compounded
.opean
of fare,
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