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About The daily morning Astorian. (Astoria, Or.) 1883-1899 | View Entire Issue (March 20, 1884)
VOL. XX, jN'O. J 4-2.
The Lax Time Schedule n Which Train
Time in Virginia has no value
whatever, and as it is the universal
practice there never to do to-day
what can be put off until to-morrow,
little inconvenience arises. The rail
ways are run on a happy-go-lucky
schedule wl ;ch is extremely divert
ing to those who have time in abund
ance, and the few who are pressed
for minutes, being in a hopeless mi
nority, rather afford occasion for
mirth when they begin to kick at
Virginia methods." The railway time
tables are in perfection in the rural
districts. Not long ago on a night
train, with a party of New Yorkers
on board, bumping along comfort
ably at a 10-miles-an-hour gait
through a remote part of Virginia,
when a J at once, with a tremendous
jerk, it came to a standstill. The
natives in the sleeping car did not
think it worth while to ask the rea
son of the sudden stoppage; the
aliens did, though, and when the con
ductor strolled through the car a
roar of indignant inquiry went up.
The conductor soothingly explained
that they always -stopped, at a switch
for fear that it might not be set.
"But, good gracious," exclaimed an
irate New Yorker, "where is the
The conductor explained that the
particular switchman they then need
ed was probably asleep. Followed by
objurgations, the conductor got off
the train, went to the station-house
and pounded vigorously, shouting at
the same time:
"Git up, Jim; the train's here, and
a passel o' them durned folks from up
North is raisin' a breeze 'cause the
switch ain't set."
Jim called back, "I'm coinin'," and
evidently turned over and went to
The Virginians on the train began
to chuckle. Their sympathy was en
tiiely with Jim and the conductor.
The latter continued to urge Jim,
who was always "comin'," but didn't
come. The conductor, at first apolo
getic, being goaded by the New York
ers, now became pressing.
"Do, Jim," he anxiously said, "git
up and set the durn thing so the train
can go by."
Jim continued obdurate until one
of the New Yorkers arose from his
berth, and, clad in rage and a checked
ulster, got off the car and threatened
to set fire to the station-hjuse and
make a burnt offering of Jim if that
switch was not set in ten minutes.
Within the time specified Jim ap
peared, boiling with indignation and
threatening to resign if he was again
subjected to similar inconvenience.
It is the custom along these provin
cial roads to stop the train at any
point upon being signaled. People
can be taken on and put off anywhere
they like. A fast tram that is, what
they call a iJU-mile-an-hour train
was going through a plantation a
month or so ago, and tho passengers
observed three little girls on the way
side waving their white aprons fran
tically at the conductor. The train,
of course was stopped. The tallest
of of the girls, a 10 year-old, with
long eyelashes, bashfully remarked:
"Won't you please give me and Katie
and Fannie and the doggie a ride?"
The conductor promptly consented,
and assisted Miss Eyelashes, her com
panions, and the doggie on board.
They rode on for a mile or two and
then they announced their readiness
to get off. The train was stopped
and they jumped down and scampered
off. Just as the train had started
Miss Eyelashes rushed wildly back.
"Oh, mister, if you please, don't go
sway till we get 'cross the creek.
Mamma doesn't let us go over it 'less
somebody's watching us, and we have
to carry the doggie."
The conductor waited until a final
waving of white aprons on the other
side of the creek signified that his
passengers were safe. Noboy in tne
train expressed surprise except the
aliens. Nobody who has ever been
there before rushes to mpet a train in
Virginia. When the first railway
train went through the ancient town
of Williamsburg in October, 1881, it
was advertised for 9 o clook. It was
the time of the Yorktown centennial,
and the town was full of strangers
These rashly appeared at the station
at 9 o'clock precisely. The natives
meanwhile went about their business.
Toward 12 o'clock those of the natives
who meant to board the 9 o'clock
train assembled. After waiting awhile
they went off and sat on the court-
house steps, leaving orders with a ne
gro to call them when the train came.
It did not come till some time in the
afternoon, and the negro, running
about town, informed the passengers
when the train would start.
The present Norfolk and Western
road was once the Atlantic, Missis
sippi and Ohio. Ihen Senator Ma
hone gobbled it up. The Senator re
fers toMrs. Mahone always as "Otel
ia," and she is popularly supposed to
own more than her dower in all the
Senator has. One day, as a train of
freight cars marked "A. M. and O,"
was backed into the freight yard in
Norfolk a pessimistic gentleman remarked-
delefully: "Yes, there it is,
'A. M. and 0.' That means, 'All Ma
hone's and Otelia's.'"
The Chicago Telegram says that it
does not believe a word of the stories
of violence in the south. Sergeant
Bates and his fourteen-year-old boy
have reached Savannah in safety,
after 1,152 miles of walk and speeches
at 118 meetings on the way. This
sneaks Tolumes for the patience and
jneekness of the southern people.
An exchange suggests a plausable
reason for their not killing, that they
knew Bates would not come north
again, and they hated the north too
much to kill him.
The editor of the Corydon, Iowa
Times, Mr. T. M-Casad, says that his
little girl burned her foot and one ap
plication of St Jacobs Oil, the great
pain-reliever, cured it completely
without leaving a mark. He was him
gelf cured of a tortnring pain in the
idey two application!,
Scheme of Hungry Hangers-on at Washington.
"You know' said the ex-Governor
of Maryland, "that there is a lot of
extra men lying around the capitol
all the time waiting for Architect
Clark to give them something to do.
Whenever there is a snow storm they
all get a few hours' work, shoveling
snow off the walks. Sometimes
Clark thinks the steps somewhere
ought to be fixed or the roof mended,
and then some of them get a job.
Once in a while Clark concludes to
paint some part of the building, and
then these men make a few dollars;
but when Clark omits to think of
anything that needs doing for a long
time these supernumeraries don't fare
welL They did have a little scheme
for such seasons, but it has fallen
through now. You know that there
is a fish pond at the west entrance to
"Well, when the 'superb got pretty 1
hungry one of them would run to '
Clark, all out of breath, and exclaim '
that there was a catfish in tho pond.
Then he would add, with great ex ;
citement, that this catfish would eat '
up all the spawn of the goldfish and
kui the goldfish themselves. Clark
would say that he guessed it wasn't a '
catfish, but that the man had prob-
ably seen a cigar stump floating
around in the pond. Then the man
wouiu go oui anu yet bumu muio oi
his fellows, all of whom had seen the
catfish sure enough. It would never
do to have the catfish destroy the
goldnsh, and so orders would be
-.., 1 mi 13
"5U "uiuwwpuuu. tv.i. ...-
,.,, tnannnH 'rnara n'nn n
be five or six laborers, a foreman and
a clerk to keep the time. They would
get the goldfish out in a bucket, then
they would let the water out of the
pond, wash the green slime from the
walls, rearrange the rocks in the bot
tom, let the water in again, and then
put back the bucket of goldfish. It
would take about a week, and it
would cost from S280 to $300 each
time. The supernumeraries played
(l?f nn O.lotr tliia r-kt FT f fimoa fl
, i .. T4- i,,. .
year for several years. It has cost,
altogether, 9Z1.UW tor tne govern
ment to get catfish out of that pond.
Probably there was never any catfish
in the place, but if there was he cost
the United States more than fifteen
"Why can't these men work the
f cheme any more?'
"Just this way: Clark has tumbled.
About two months ago one of the
men rushed up to him, with a mouth
wide open and eyes bunging out of
his head, and announced that there
was a catfish in the pond. 'Guess it'j
a cigar stump,' said Clark. 'No tain't,
said the man, 'it's a catfish, euro
enough; I saw him, and he'll eat up
all the goldfish spawn and kill the
goldfish.' Then Clark said, 'Well,
never mind; I can buy goldfish for
SI a dozen, and I'll just buy a ample
of dozen and give the catfish a picnic.
He can't eat more than two dozen,
and that's a9 man as there are in
the pond. That'll be cheaper than
oleauing the pond out at $300 a time.'
! There hasn't been a catfish in the
pond since." Washington liepubli
can He'd Start a Daily Paper With It.
During the recent visit of the Illi-'
nois Press Association to Washing
ton, among the other places of inter- j
est visited by them was the Treasury ,
Department, where, after securing
the necessary permit from the secre
tary, they were taken by their guide (
down into the vaults where are stored '
the millions of surplus revenue that j
have been so steadily accumulating
for the past years. The group of ed
itors were particularly struck with
the packages of bonds, which hndi
the value of the contents printed in
Wain letters on tho outside of each.
Noticing the interest taken in this di
rection the guide picked up a pack
age marked $10,000,000, and handing
it to a fat editor said: "Put that un
der your arm and you can say that
you have had S10,000,000 in your
hands all at once." The scribe hugged
the bundle up to his chest convul
sively and a twelve-inch smile split
his countenance into two good nat
""What would you do with it Hawk
ins, if it were ail yours?" asked one
of his friends.
The bucolic journalist turned pale,
the cold sweat gathered on his brow
and his eyes stuck out like the knobs
on a hat-rack at the bare thought of
possessing so much wealth.
'Td er rd er go down to Au
rora," he at last managed to gasp
out, "and er by thunder, Pd start
a daily newspaper." Washington
General Butler has written to an
inquiring friend in Erie, Pa., that he
is out of politics forever. The general
seemingly has taken heed of the ad
vice given by a sensible mother to her
daughters. "Mamma," asked the
daughters, "can't we have anything
we want?' "Yes, my dears; but be
careful and don't want anything you
can't have." Texas Sifting.",
Noting the admission of thirty-five
young lawyers to the Massachusetts
bar last week, the Boston Journal
says: "In its present conditions law
presents a field only for a grim strag
gle for the survival of the fittest."
The tailoring business, says an ex
change, opens a rather broader field.
There the struggle is only for the sur
vival of the fitter.
The bad effect of mercury will be ef
fectually eradicated from the system,
by uine several bottles of Pfunder's
Oregon Blood Purifier, already a staple
J. H. D. GRAY.
Wholesale and retail dealer In.
GROCERIES, FLOUR, AND FEED
Hay, Oats, Straw, Wool, Etc.
LIME, SAND, AND CEMENT.
General storage and Wharfage on reason
ible terms. Foot of Betton stieet. Astoria
ASTORIA, OREGON, THURSDAY, MARCH JO, 1884.
THE GREAT GERMAN
Relit tm ud care
Scnzm, CaU, 2nZan,
Aad aU ether txvlU achat
FIFIT CEET3 1 B0TH1.
Soldbj all Druxrfui an!
Dealer. Olraeusai la 11
7U CfculH JLTestle; Ci.
(Snaami U A. Vantcr Ca.)
.. n n 1 J
Jllllg 01- LUG JdIOOU
fo n ,.nirur ,t a blood.parlflerimd
,onif rmpuntvor the blood poisons thesys-
inn, Arranges tlip circulation, and thus In-
.tn.w. ... . .4 1? nrHiiMi Ir.t.n
uuti3 uinii uuvjucivm unti i
, rfltin"i.isli trx-m aernWllnirto ef-
fects but fsng really brandies or phases of
:enTic disorder, lmnurlty 01
Such are Dypcpla, Billiousiu,
Lice Cnmnlainl. CuartlmtUm. AVrrrnw Din
onlct. Headache, Ituckachc, General Weak
ness. IT rart Discos. Drop), Kidney Dicac,
Piley, ilii'jt.nattim. Catarrh, Scrofula, Shin
Dlntirdm, Pimple. Ulcer. Stctlllnas, de..
dc. Kins or the Blood prevents and
cures these bv attacking the eaiwe. Impurity
of the blo.d. Chemists and physicians acree
in calling it "the most genuine and effluent
preparation for the purpose." Sold by Drug
gists. SI oer bottle. See tt-stimnninLs. direc
tions. &,, in pamphlet, "TreatLse on Diseases
of th Blood." v rapport around each bottle,
D. hansom. SOX & Co.. Props
Buffalo. X. V.
Fromtheso sources arise thrco-fourtha
of the diseases oftUe human race. These
symptoms indicato their existence:
XiOts of Appetite, Botrrls costive,
Sick Headache, fullneas after eat
in, aversion to eiertlonof bodjror
mind, Eraetatton of fond, Irrltabll
ltyortempcr,Ijor spirits, Afcellag
ofhaving neglected some dtuy,Dix
x!uess,FlntterIngattheHeart,Dots be Tore the eyes, highly colored
tho uso ofa remedy that acta directly on
tho Liver. AsaLivermedlcinoTUTT'S
1'IDL.S have no enual. Tliciractlonon
tho Kidneys and Skin Is also prompt;
remeving: all impurities through theso
three " scavengers of the j stem,"
producing appetite, sound digestion,
regular stools, a clear skin nnd a vig
orous body. TUTT'8 PIUUS cauaeuo
nausea or griping nor lutoriero with
dally work una are a perfect
ANTIDOTE TO MALARIA.
boldcTerygflfre23e.Utflpe44 JiiurrnvSt.N Y.
TUTTS HAIR DYE.
Ghat Hair on Whiskers changed in
stantly to a Glosst Blck by a single
application of this Die. Sold by Drug
'ridtfl.or sent by express on receipt of $L
Office, 44 Horrav Street. New York.
ruTTo uuvmi or U3zruii sionrzs rm.
Jordan & Bozorth's
Aud see the
Its Merit are
One of the Most Useful Inventions
of the Age.
ALSO IN STOCK, THE
Best Coal Oil
IX THE MARKET.
For Sale In auy Quantity from one Quart
to a 45-galltin lurrel.
Cigars, Tobacco and Cigarettes
Meerschaum and Brier Pipe,
GENUINE ENGLISH CUTLERY
Revolvers and Cartridges.
CHAS. A. MAY,
New Store, New Stock
Toys, Fancy Goods,
Tobacco and Cigars,
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC
A FINE ASSORTMENT.
Squemoqua street, next door to the Empire
R. M. LEATHERS
Has reopened his boat shop, over Arndt &
Ferchen's. foot of LaFayette stieet, nd Is
prepared to turn out
ALU WORK GUARANTEED.
STATE AND COUNTY TAXE8 A RE NOW
due and payable at my office.
a f TwrwroTV
Sheriff Clatsop Co.
Mi are anfl Slip CMilerj
A. VAN DUSEN & CO,
Hardware and Ship Charier,
Pure Oil, Bright Varnish,
Binacle Oil, Cotton Caavas,
Hemp Sail Twine,
Cotton Sail Twine,
Wrought Iron Spikes, .
Galvanized Cut Nails, I
Palatft and Oils. Groceries. ?lc.
10 OOO BOTTLES SOLD ,
Great Northwestern Remedy.
KIDNEY OLIVER DISEASES. DYSPEPSIA.
Those who work early and Uie nee
vrholesom-, iellale Medicine like Pfnndrs
Oregon Blood Parlfler. As a reiued and
lireentaiiveofiiis-nsr it e.inimt he b-at
It checks Bhenmat Ism and Malaria, tvlievei
CoaitipatlOB, Dyspepsia and BUtonsneu anil
nuts fre-.li ne gy into th-system bv ra iking
Kew BIch Blood. All Dnu:is s and Deal
ers keep It. $1 00 bottles C for $3.00.
Wilson & Fisher,
Iron, Steel, Coal. Anchors, Chains,
TAR, PITCH, OAKUM,
NAILS AND SPIKES,
Shelf Hardware, Paints and Oils
FLOITIC tiI .1121.1. tIAAK
Agents for Salem Flouiing Mills,
and Capital Flour.
S O A. L E 8.
All sizes, at I'ottlanrt i'ricea. In Stock.
Cornw Chenntuti- and Ilamiltm r-s
INTO It! A. OKEGOX.
Ed. D. Curtis & Co.
STYLE AND FINISH.
A COMPLETE STOCK.
W. E. DEMENT & CO.
iSTORIA, - - - OKEGOX
Carry I" Stock,
DRUGS, CHEMICALS, TOILET
Prescriptions carefully Compounded
C. H. BAIN & CO.
Doors, Windows, Blinds, Transoms
Turning, Bracket Work.
A specialty, aud all worK guaranteed.
Oak, Ash, Bay, and Walnut lumber ; Ore
iron and Port Orford Cedar.
All kinds of bo it material on hand.
c. n. BI A CO.
THE LATEST STYLES
B. B. FRANKLIN'S,
NEXT DOOR TO ASTORIAN OFFICE.
A very large Stock from v. hlch to select.
Window curtains made to order.
STMy patent Trimmer to out Wall Paper
will be lound convenient to my patrons.
RESIDENTS OF SCHOOL DISTRICT NO.
9 are hereby notified that the taxes for
the year 1833 in udj dlstn; t are now due
andpayahleatthe effleo of Badollet & Co.,
Upper Astoria. j.K.HIG(iINS.
Actlnc School Clerk.
AitoHa, FtUuary 9, mi.
Red Grown Flour.
Guaranteed a Superior Article.
Country Produce, Ate.
ar"Conslgnments So'Icited. and Advances
made on same.
S. ARNDT & FERCHEN,
The Pioneer Machine Shop
3 a o
All kinds ol
Promptly attended to.
A specialty made of repairing
FOOT OF LAFAYETTE STREET.
ARNDT & FERCHEN,
Agents for Oreiron, Washington Trrrltory,
and Alaska fur
K. W. BX.1SS'
Special Cannery Macliinery !
'Engines SotdcKny Machines,
Improved Acid Bath and Crimping
Power Presses, Foot Presses,
.And all other nwliinery med liwcanncries.
including the new
Working without nn.il springs, constantly
We respectfully imitc :ill cannermen to
call ami exam in- the ab e macli iirry as ii
Is ureulysiip rlr to auvhere ofore intro
duced ou this coast. Orders Mdiclteil.
AHMtT & FKiiCHK.V.
Foot of Laf.ijette Street,
ASTORIA IRON WORKS.
Benton Stbekt, Near Pakbck House,
ASTOKIA. - OREGON.
GENERAL MACHINISTS AND
BoilerWork, Steamboat Work
and Cannery Work a spe
O j9l STI3XTG-S ,
Or all DeMorlptioiiM made to Order
at tthort Xotice.
A. D. Was. Trodden!.
J. (i. HusTLEit.hecrelary,
I. W. CAS-,Trt-.iiirer.
The London Fisheries Exhibition
HAVE AWARDED THE
The Barta? Brothers Company
FLAX NET THREADS.
T. G. RAWLINGS,
Who'&ale aud Retail Dealer in
Tropical, Domestic. Green and Dried
JJbLTTI T S-
NUTS. CANDIES, DRIED MEATS, ETC.
Fine Cijrarj nml Tobacco.
Next door to I J. Arvold's. Squemoqua St.
JOS P. LEATHERS
Farmer! oxer Arndt k Firchen' Machine Sho
1SHUILDIVG FIRST-CLAS" BOATS IN
the -hop formerly occupied by M. John
son on C ncomlv street, one block wesr or
Hansen BroV Mill. Model, Material aad
nOTELS AND RESTAURANTS.
II, B. PA8KEB. Frep
ASTORIA, . - - OREGON.
Al. CROSBY, - - Day Clerk-
Phil. BOWERS. - - Night Clerk.
Jas. DUFFY has the Bar and Billiard room.
First Glass in all Respects.
FREE COACH TO THE HOUSE.
IT IS A FACT n
JEFF'S CHOP HOUSE
On Concomly Street
That he has always on hand
FRESH SHOALWATER BAY AND
"JEFF" IS THE BOSS CATERER.
He has urea Proprietor of the "Aflrera
Hotel" la Kuapptoa seven j ears.
OPEN DAT AND NIGHT.
A Good Gup of Coffee
AND OYSTERS AT
Mrs. Powell's Coffee House,
On 51. In Sired nexi to Oregon Bakery.
XEW AXD WKLIi EQUIPPED
Til HOUGH OCT.
L. Semi has rebuilt his establishment a d
Is irt pared to accommodate the traveling
A. good meal furnished at any hour of the
d.i or night.
1 he fl eat Liquors and Cigars at the bar.
Two doots weit of Ike raster's.
n2S Cm LUIOI SERRA.
Fipres Never Lie !
OF TEE CHOP HOUSE
Can prove by his books that he Is doinK the
biggest business of any
In the city, and he will guarantee to give
the best meal for cash.
General assortment of table stock constantly
on nand. such as
Canned FruHs and Jelly,
Bacon, Hams, Shoulders, Lard,
Eggs, Butter, Cheese,
Fresh Fru ts and Vegetables
Fish, Poultry, and Game
In tne season.
Cigars and Tobacco,
Best of Wines and Liquors.
All cheap for CASH. Goods sold on com
mission. Opposite I. V. Case's store.
SlnlB ticet, Astoria, Oirgoa.
BEKUH S BEKKT. PKOPHIETOK3.
timi of the pnl
CALL THE ATTEN-
ubllc to the fact that ihe
above Market will always be supplied with a
FULL VARIETY AND BEST QUALTTi
FRESH AND CURED MEATS ! !
"Whlrli will be sold at lowest rates, whole
sale ai d retail. .
t4r Special attention given to supplying
WHERRY & COMPANY,
Fresli and Cured Meats,
FRUITS, BUTTER, and EGGS.
OPPOSITE OCCIDENT HOTEL,
CIIEXAMUS Mireet. AMorla, Og
WYAH & THOMPSON.
FRESH AND CURED MEATS,
Crockery and Glassware.
Tailoring, Cleaning, Repairinc,
NEAT, CHEAP AND QDICK.-
Mala It., ealt V. Ib's, Astarla, 9r.
PRICE, FIVE CENTS.
OKO. A. DOKK1S, OKO. XOLAJTA
HOIjAKD A BORIU,
ATTORNEYS AT UlW.
Office la Kinney's" BleckpapswliF(ttr
Hall, Astoria, Oregon. , r?TT
Q 11. THOMSON,
''Attorney ind Countfitr it Um,
Room No. 6, otc White House,
c. w; rVLtox. a c. wmsok.
ATTOfitfKTS AT LAMT,
Zooms ff and S, Odd - Fellows Saildlag.
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Cheuamua trret, - - ASTORIA, OSBUdr
JOSEPH A. GILL,
a-omce with J..Q- A. Bowlbjr.
ASTORIA, " - ' - - - Oregoa.
pt jr. cuATis,
A.TT'Y AT LAW.
Notary Public, Commissioner of Deeds let
California, bevr York and Washington Ter
ritory Rooms 3 aud 4. Odd Fellowi BuUdlnr, As
N.B -Claims at Washington. D. O., u4
collections a specialty.
A V. ALL.EX ,
FIRE INSURANCE COMPANIES.
tf C. UOLDKN,
AUCTIONEER, COMMISSION AND IN
ARCHITECT AND DRAUGHTSMAN.
Scholars recelred for Coucsa of Draughting.
r-Offlce over White House Store.
Q.EI.O F. PARKEK.
Clatsop Cesaty.aad CItyarAstmrta'
Ottlce :-Chenamus street, Y. M. C. A. kaU.
Room No. 8.
JTB. X. . BO ATM AX,
Physician and Surgeon.
Rooms 9 and 10, Odd Fellows Building.
TAY TUTTIjE. M. D.
PHYSICIAN AND SUBGEON
Office Rooms 1, 2, and 3. Pythian Build
Inf. Residkncf. On Cedar Street, back of
St. Maiy's Hospital.
F. P. HICKS. A. X. SHAW.
HICKS &, SHAW,
Rooms in Alien's Building, up stairs, cor
ner Ca s and Squem qua streets, Astoria
On GeneYieye street, opposite Botortb
Johns. J to-sat
GEO. P. WHEEI.EB.
W. L. SOBS.
WHEELER & ROBB.
Seal Estate Insarance Ageats.
We have very desirable property in As
toria and Upper Aitoria for sa.e. Also, flaa
farms throughout the county.
Accounts carefully adjusted and collec
We represent the
Koyal. Norwich Unlna and Laaea.
i ire Insuraare Io'
With a combined capital of S3S,0,.
Travel er Life and Accldeat lasar-
ani't- Co, of Hartford, and the Mam
hattau Lif inxHrauce Ca.,
of New York.
We are aeents for the Daily and WtMu
Nnrthwtst A'etcu, aud the Oregon Videttc
All business entrusted to our care will re
ceive prompt attention. .
Bozorth. & Jolins,
Real Estate and Insurance Agents,
ASTORIA, ... - Orejoa.
Buy and sell all kinds of Real Estate aad
represent the following Fire
Insurance Conpanles :
Scottish Union and Na
tional, assets ftf,ooo,Qte
Phcenlx or Hartford " 46u.09i
Horn- of NVw York, " T.i,ui(
Hamburg and Bremen, " 2,0U).0b8
Western. 309, 00
1'neiiix of Brooklyn, " 4.tOo.0w
Oaklai d H. me, " SOO.oua
Policies wn ten by us In the Phoenix an)
Homi- and Sc t lsb Uuiou and .National at
GENERAL STEAMSHIP AGENCY.
Bills of Exchange on any
Part oi Europe.
1AM AGENT FOR THE FOLLOWING:
well known and commodious steasuUB
STATE LINE, RED STAR,
NATIONAL, and AMERICAN LINE.
Prepaid tickets to or from any Euros
For full information as to rates of lua.
railing days, etc, a$ply to -
ijiSr, -ift; "