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VOL. XXVII, NO. 154.
BUSINESS CARDS.
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Office in Kinney's Block, opposite Cit
HaU, Astoria, Oregon.
f w. fultox. a. crur.Tox
FUI.TOI BROTHERS,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
Kooms5and 6. Odd Fellows Building.
0.
R. THOMSON',
Attorney at Law and Kotary PaWicflfieumatism, Neuralgia, Sciatica
.Special attention given Jo pracuce m w.c
u. bviiana orace, ana i "" "-,-
land titles. A full set of Abstract Hooks for
Clatsop CeaatyJn effice:
Money-toToan.jT "" ,. ,,.,.
iFFiciCrBooms 4 and fiorer plt BqoIc
Sio.e. 5 . "
f l. A. BOWLBY.
!
Attorney and Counsellor at L.ar
Office on Chenarau3 Strtet,Astoi!a.OregoiL j
O D. tTIXTOT-
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Rooms No. ll and I2,rythlan Caslie Bund
ing. p B. WATft'OJf.
Attyat Law andjieputyDist. Atty.
All busldeSs toefbre tne tr. S. I.and Office a
peclalty, - ..-.-.--
Astoria, - - Obkqok. r
DENTIST.
Is associated, with JR. LA FOBC..
Rooms ll and 12 Odd Fellows Building,
ASTORIA, - - - - OREGON,
D
B. A. li. FtlLTOX.
I?hjsIciaB and Surgeon.
Office on Cass street, three doors south of
Odd Fellow's-buiiding.
Telephone No. ,
TAY TUTTLE, 31. O.
PHYSICIAN AND SailGEON
OjfrioKrT-Eoonis 6J?ythIaaBuildiig, . ,
Rksidknck On Cedar Street, back of
s J . Mar 'a HosDltal.
1 k BU.O. B, JR8TES .
THSSiClAAND SURGEON.
OPKiGSJGeSSuidiug, up stairs, Astoria,
oregon.j.7
PIrCfNAND URQEON,
OpposJCTeGsgrafili Office, Astoria, Oregon.
D.
li. AJLFJ&ED KI.WKV,
yt
WEa. "
Officer atitfnney'-s Cannery.
wui bnlyattendatlents at his office, and
way be found there at any hour.
SURVEYOR OFHIATSOP COUNTY
JC3TJ
Eac-Clty Surveyor of Aatorla
Office : N. E. corner Cass and Astor streets.
Boom No. 8 Up Stairs.
Robt. ColUwrvJDeputy,;
-DENTIST-
Booms In Allen's Building, up stain, cor
ner Oass,and-Squemoqua streets, Astoria
Oregon 5-fe3T -"
rr -8E1aT
Booms 1 apd2 Pjthlan
C. H. Coopers Store.
Build-lug' over
mi
fjDJtBCE TAILOIC
A gdoo EuaranfeVoTTharsTSISderate."
Acent for the Celebrated Houseliold SewJnjr
Machine. Shop opposite C. H. Cpoper's.
CamlSn up.
t-'JBUCCjSSORSroV ,
T. "W. G&SE,
- a?T8RS-AND '.XmOL&AX.T "A'D
uBSBMEEeHAffllSE,
Corner Chenamus andCasa streets.
ASTCREt - - - OREOON
FOTilondon Diiect
t .-. Ll 7Z. '
The Fine;St?eGB&rP: " ''.
87S tonsggfcfeiCrfldrA 1
"miPtfrbtfterth at Asjfts,Hp-July
and will tekfrsnlmon Inlitte itaaJtrlMWBfers.
r r - ijs,.
3qsm3MKBtUgi
Or & LtHRRRY, Astorfe '
VJ
&?$" .T r-"
r JOE LEATHCPt .
Is otf deck and prepared to build boits
that he will guarantee as to work and dur
ability. Refers to all who have used boats of
his construction, All work guaianteed
JACOBS QUI
J
DR EAT REMEDY
CURES
Lumbago, Backache, Headache, Toothache,
Soro Throat, Swollinc;, Frost Bites
Sprains, -Bruises JLJuxns, calas-
IT CONQUERS PAIN.
l78ry4pli:itIttNsilivw.
Ere:7 shlf siwld irr s it
IftByiesBaK&Urrifcrsa
Every day as? denasii
Iiery ceiaa !: s rcr ens
tiK7 bsttlB Is terisi.
ET67yfiBis5 tcttle tear:
Every pitisat is ezrel
Erery pais is e:sqre4
thsilra'a SJgsitsra.
Ercry fceno vill bavo it.
SrcryircesUt praUss it
Every efcsaUt idt it jsr-
Z-erylirjso speaislt.
Inryjaesal csaaifiislt.
fsct.
AWARDS FOR BEST PAIN-CUSE.
5TFW STALAXD-XXKIBmOK 188B Gold JUedal.
Calcutta X5T. EXHrarrnr-1885-4-GoId JHeduL
ihCDCfATi tsd. Exr-osrrjax-'st-SilverMedaL
ALIFOENIA STATE rATE 1S31 Gold-todaL
y)CisniXEEO,JE33,o3tTio 1834 Gold Medal
At nsraoisTS and Deaucxs. PkiceCO Omts.
fHE CHARLES A. VOGELER CO.. Baltimore. Mi
SHORT HAND & TYfE WKITINH
par both vcnnjrmen rmd Md'ewn ti hrtter
salaries than most comniercial nuiltlon,
and the demand is ufatFr. Sfml.Mits run
bentred for offlpshort-hnml position
IBT THREE HOMTHS' TIKE
by Haven's sstem. Nt im'viiu know ledge
of either art nquircJ, I'oHcjfi open all the
jear. "Studenl tali tnfci anj I'fne, Sir
tuition being iud'Ulsu'. Siiviir facili
ties for nrocu Iiu eitu'.Tiou?. for wtiith aid
Tre make no rbnrgi. Cnllejw Tnmphlets
witn lull set M.iMeacning lessons in intlier
art sent to any address for JO cts. ; both arts,
20cts. Nosta'i laaccej.ttd. AM"3 either
of Hat en'i Colli ges : New York. N. Y. ;
rhiladelj)hla, I'a. ; Chicago, 11!. i Cincinnati,
O. ; San Francisco-, Cal.
MelUpf late ffl iiole M
i v?
are not ''warranted to cure" all classes
of diseases, uut only such as result
from a disordered li er, viz:
Vertigo, Headache Dyspepsia,
Fevers, Cosiiveness, Bilious
Colic, Flatulence, sic; .
For these they arc not-warranted in
fallible, hut arc as nearly Bo tn It is
possible to make a remeuit JElegantlj
sugnr coated. Price, S5 cents per box.
SOLD EVERYTKHEIHS.
AGENCY-
lTl.T.C0l6MB.
OF SAN FRANCISCO:
FlavelsWharf and Warehouse,
Astoriu. Oregon.
Cannery Supplies at Lowest iPrice's.
Storage and Insurance at Current Kate).
ffiankta Department
Drafts on the leading Cities ofthe-World
JOHMf P. McGOVERN, ..
- - - Acnt.
B.1II. ColomaH;AccounLmr,
Elmore, SanjborixS Co.
JC0MM15SJ0JI MERCHANTS,
Fire Insurance
Representing the Largest and Host Relia
ble Fire Insurance Comnanles.'
- Ml Business prompilyjand accrlmteiy hran-
aciea.
FJaveis Wh irf . -
Astoria Oregon.
iTcrC&INTON
DEALER IN
CIGARS -A1ND TOBACOO,
JRTJTTS.NUTS,
Candies. Smokers Articles, JBtc
New Goods Rt eel Vod Dail-.
Ojpdsltecrty ifooTf 'isttffe.."
-THE-
lOAnGHlf "PALAGEt
, GUSTAY HANSEN, PropV.
A Large and Well Selected Stock or Fine
Diaffipfts i Jet elry
' - At Exrrcnioiy Lo w Prices.
All floeis BoagJit at This EMabllsbwent
CV7arrantefi Genuine. ""
Wach'-aK: Clock Repairing
' & -SPECIALTY.
Corner CJa&T'aTTirquemoo.nh Streets.
$67,QQ0,000 Capital
LlverDOofSr London &. Globe. North British
iaad MercantHaof London and Edinburgh.
iHartforcl oTConnecticut, Coinmercial of
txilirornia Agncuiiurai. oi aienoTi, pew
York, London & Lancashire of Liverpool,
Eng . Fire Insurance Companies, Represent
in a capital of S67,000,ooo.
B, VA DUSEX Agent.
Tutf t Piik
ASTORIA,
THEsOLD TIMER.
Tnere is not a pioneer from the
Strait of Fuc to San Diego, or
from the oceair to the Rockies,
who willTnot read the following
vyith pleasure' -and interest. A
writer unknown to The Astorian
says: r . ,
The "Old-timer," ,fte "Forty
niaer!". What a,flptfd oirecollec-
tions enter my mind, both kindly
and amusing, as I dwell on the
many various- specimens of this
family that I have mel during my
sojournings in the west. There
are three distinct classes. The
"old-timers" who have made a suc
cess in "life, and there are a large
number of these liberal-hearted
men who are pillars of the strength
in the territories. But it is in the
other two classes in which you find
the fund of anecdote and interest
ing characteristics which make the'
"old-timer" the pilgrim's hero. It
is those ho have made and lost
the fortunes -which were so easily
got iiuthe "palmy days," and those
who have never made any great
stake, but always "just missed it."
The first of these last two classes
ar men who suffered all the hard
ships of the trip from Omaha to
California, and, in the TJOs, wenVtb"
Idajio to Montana, undergoing al
most : marvelous "experiences, es
capes' fiom -the Indians, from star
vation and from cold; which, put
in plain words in the day of palace
coaches across the continent, raise
suspicions that the imagination of
tne narrator is getting tne DPtter
of him. But the old saying that
"truth is strangei than fiction" was
never truer than-in -thfs-reiso.
Mostof them Just their fortunes by
recklessness, thinking what was
made so easilv could be madf
again. The most of tnese'l
men, therefore, possess tnOse
singular characteristics wlrictr re
deem them from the vulgar pov
erty of their present condition,
The habits of years leave their
trace, and they will to-day divide
their last meal' with, a stranger that
comes to ,tne"cabin door, and feel
insulted if jfayment, is offered.
But how bitter nmsthib feelings
be when he ilndsfhe country
settling up wiTElDge dumber of
people from the "slates" to whom
he is but a tramp, and lie fijid?
himseli slowiy wending his-way Xx
the poor house. Wbafa faH -from
being the honored guest u
the rough boajd of somd' more f.u
tunatc partner, to be pointed out
as an object of suspicion anb fit
subject for the commission's caffc.
We who know, treat him all th'e
more kindly, and to ,1 he unbur
dens his soul.
In the third class aie found the
witty story tellers the men who
spin the yarns so taking to the
youthful earrThere are many
smart, brainy men who, through
some fatal lack in their mental 'and
moral makeup, have never been
anything but rovers and with
actual experience to draw upon,
and with a vivid imaginatjon-ean
weave fact and fa ncyflrto stones
that will hold- the uHielfce of
open-mouthed "renderfceV spell
bound. But they are going, nd yery
Boon a genuine "old-trmer will be
a thing oi the past. They have
filled anoble4jlaceJn-theLhistory
of the United btates, and the pres
ent generation owes much to the
few who riskecLahthat the many
coulu ioitow. r '
-
Brooklyn, N. 5" has anew
streetioamng contractor wno ex
pects tSulan tworxtyiti'e milesSLL
streets a day.
riOWTO-CIJP AHOY OS" OBODP.
Mrs. S viaeC iNott; ot . oulK
Haven, KanBas, tolishow she saved
'the life of her boy.
I .have. -been using Allcock's
Posotia TL&jTfcittf forthe lat ten
afrs,p1?incipftlyI6Ti weak back'."
Not long ago I found my son very
much inclined to 2r"ouS.-""He1iacI a'
bad croupy .cough, awl awheesing
sound in nTs" tuBgs "eieiy 1Im"B"Tie
breathed. lie-nearly, died irom.the
obstructron-jof-th's ilirwl-ficvered
him from the throat to the pit of the
stomach with, . Axlcdcic's ..Porou
Piasters... Irttsicuhonxa. tbe cough
ceasedand his breathing was much
easier. In a few days he was en
tirely "weU..JLpt,th' Alujock's
Porous Plasters on him six days.
Since" ,then whenever he is affected
with epIdgiuHhe ?hroat, I never TMe
anything but an AllcockTs Porous
Plaster, which cures him imme
diatelyjvithput ny.iAOQnyeniBncr.
They--ar& er-MrjEeventativa of
the croup ever knownfSrid I woiiia
not be without.them for any consider-ation.
OREGON, THURSDAY,
Another Steamship Line Probable.
Sax Francisco, June 28.
"Present indications," says the
Examiner to-day, "point strongly
to the inauguration of anotner
trans-Pacific steamship line within
the near future. The Canadian
Pacific is striving with -, all.
its might to operate its line
-from this oity, and it may
succeed. A San Francisco mer
chant, who does not care to have
his name mentioned,wrote to gen
eral manajrer Van Home some
timeago, asking what the prospects
were for his line running down
here. Mr. Van Home replied that
they were most favorable. Nego
tiations which are being carried on
at present, he said, are bound to
result -as-they want them. It is
currently- reported in steamship
circles that the Canadian Pacific
failed to get the dock room here
which it was after, and has now
nearly completed arrangements
with the Pacific Coast Steamship
company to carry its trade from
this city and Portland, and other
coast points, to Vancouver and
Victoria. -Some months ago Mr,
Van Home and President Harris
to the .Northern Pacific held a con
ference in New York, and reports
were that the conference was about
steamship matters and the China
and Japan trade. At present the
Northern Pacific receives verylit-tle.ifi-any.
of the business coming
from the Orient. It is behoved
.that there is -sl deaLbetw een the
Northern and the Canadian."
Laities will find relief from headache
costivenessT swimming m the head,
colic, sour stomach, restlessness, indig
etion, constant or periodical sick head
aches, weakness in the back or kidnej s,
pain in the shoulders and different imitb
of the body, a feelimr ot latitude and
despondency b taking Simmons Liver
-Keguiator. it ij not unpleasant, is
purely vegetable, and is not injurious
ro-f he most delicate constitution.
'- The mrkHJant07L which cleared
recently at New Bedford for an
Atlantic ocean whaling voyage, is
seventy ears old and is in good
condition. She tyas built at that
place.
"TYVvvOV Trifle with anyThioai
have a Cough er Cold, or the children
ing Cough, use. Acker's English Rem
edy and-pre vent further tiouble. It
is a positive cure, and we guarantee
it. Pi ice 10 and 0 cents.
J. W. Conn.
Secretary Lamar will address
Tammanv hall on the Fourth of
July.
V rv. rul? en Jy yur din-
J a nor and are prevented
by Dyspepsia, use Acker's Dyspepsia
Tablets. They aie a positive'cuie for
Dyspepsia, indigestion, Flatulency
and Constipation. "We guaiantoe
them. 23 and 00 cent".
J. W. Conn.
The United Labor parry is push
ing its campaign in nearly every
northern state. - -
Buclilcn's Arnica Salie
Tjik Best Salve In the world for
Cuts, Bruise3,Sores,UIcers, Salt Kheuin,
Fever Sores. Tetter, Chapped Hands,
Chilblains. Corns, and all Skin Erup
tions, and positively enures Piles, or no
pay required. Itisgirarauteed to give
nerfectattsiaction-. or monev refund
"J.-WM.. . rr -" - vr n
rrice 25 cents per box. For sa le by "W
ion-, ur money reiunciea.
E. Dement & Co
3frt. Kosaraa Watnou. Mrs. Lillian Warren.
DRESSMAKING
.'PARL01S.
.
Comer Cass and Jeffeton, up ttairs, are
now ready for oraera irom mo ladles or
the
As-
a and vicinity. Wo do only first class
bv-a rate-system adopted In f.-whion-
wtrkb;
luris
I able circles evcry.whero.
All worJiuuaruiiicpu.
Comparison challcngen. j
Xenns reasonable.
The Asior House
"JT OlTlOSS, 'Proptletor.
hft large; .eirr Sunny House.
REPAINTED,
" l REFITTED,
REFURNISHED.
Firstfassn-aH itsAppbintments.
Well furnlsheilaniUelI kept.
Bates from f I a Day Upward.
Eree -Conch to and from, the House.
'.Board "by thffday week or montlu.
Corner Jefferson and 01n6y tret", As
toria, Oregon.
JUNE 30, J 887.
" I unhesitatingly add ray -ietimony
to the great Mne
lits to be derived from Sim
mons Liver Kegulaforr ' 1
was afflicted- for- -several -years
vrifli "disorderedXiver,
which resulted in a- severe
attack of "Jamidicd," IJiad
good medical-a'ttendancej-bufc''
it failed: to" restore-me- to
the- enjoyment of tov-former
health: Ithen" trierl "
the most renowned physi-cians-of
Louisville, Xyv but' .
all to no purpose, where-'
upon I was induced to try
Simmons Liver Keguiator.
. I found immediate benefit
from ite use, and it ulti
mately restored, me to the
full enjoyment of health."
A. H. Shibley, Bichmond,
Ky. "I most cheerfully
recommend it to all who
suffer from Bilious Attacks
or any disease caused by a
disarranged state 'of the
Liver." W. B. Bernard,
Kan&as City, Mo.
J. H. ZEIUN & CO., Piiiadeljjha, Pit.
Price SI .00.
Look Here -Boys.
Ii jot want .l neat llttln huit of Clollres,
goto
JT, 35J. S3LOJSS.
Merchant Tailor.
Having just leceived a complete a-i-jort-ment
of
Foreign and - Domestic Suitings.
Something Entirely New.
1 am prepared to makeup Suits cheaper
than the cheapest.
(iveum:i call .and be convniced that I
mean what f sa.
J. E ROSS.
Comer Squenioqua and ITajnilton streets,
east of C H. OoopecV.
THE TONSORIAIi BOUDOIR.
Xnllr tie r Fnitle,
Lcadms-and Practical
Hah Dresser, bh.ivlnff,
ilalr Cuttlncr. bhampoo-
Ing and lsath.. JurRC
ASbonnieni oi liaruers'
bunnlies. Imnorted Per-
fiuiiery, 'loifet Articles,
Kazors. Rrushes, Strops,
Sponges, Cosmetics,
Creme de J.ls. Iaibln's
Extracts. Fac. Parker
lIoitHe, 3Ialn St.. Astoria.
L. E. OI? PAKK. Proprietor.
S.ARNDT&EEROBEN
AS10RIA, i OREGON.
The Pio; eer Machine Shop
BLACKSMrr
QOA Sjfi
iSElfV. f!. M.'
i-m
O AJL S JL "-Z
tM
&?
Boiler Shop
-F'
JT"
All kinds of
ENGINE, CANNERY,
AND
STEAMBOAT "WOEK
Promptly attended.-to,
Aspecialty made of repairing
CANNERY DIES,
FOOTOFL-AFAXETTE BTREEI.
IVan Dusen & Go.
DEAIiERS IN
Hardware and Ship Chandlery,
Pure Oil, Bright Varnish,
Binacle Oil, Cotton Canvas.
Hemp Sail Twine.
Cotton Sail Twine.
Lard Oil,
Wrought Iron Spikes,
Galvanized Cut Nails.
Agticnltnral Implements, Sewing
Machines, Paints, Oils,
GfcrooexLeis, 3E2to.
PATRONIZE HOME INDUSTRY
There is no occasion for the most fastidi
ous of onr eltlzens to send to Fortland or
SarfFr&nclScofor
Custom SVIade Clothes
As they can pet Better Fits, Better Work
manship, and for
Less -Money
By Leaving their Orders with MEANY. He
has Just received a large stock of Goods from
the East.. Fine Business Suits from 835.
Call and See Him and Satisfy Yourself.
P. j MEANT,
MERCHANT TAILOR.
Ii
13 onfile In Philadelphia
at the Newspaper Adver-
H our autiiorti&d' Rgeats.
v v&HBVH
Hn '
w?y &fcm&&iJ
'tHiSfcOlI-i
UBrt.cc. rwi"-?-v-":
t&awrmmm
msSSamm
msmSi
CASH,
si ps 0b "P Qb lk ik-JBfcw-jl , p
One Hrice Cash Store.
.iP.PrtliasUffi3,QnrQooa5rJSaYe-5Ioncy by buying of a legitimate OiXE
f !? f'ti CAntfoUSfi whicirpays-no High rehf, noHI&h Insurancer-nrt lihtfi
Incidental ckpcnsc.THid whTolrmakes- no-bad accounts foryou to help nay either
dirtetlrormairertlr. - - - -1 .--.
' -". " : : "soeblox-x.. ' --'& -
- - Men's- atid-Boyhlte Shirts. " -
L de-ire- to-cayoimutteniUon toane4f tliebest fitting, most improved, and best
a aim n Men's atid. Boj ilftlaundueauWliite Shirts ever offered,to the. trade, thor
are made with pareflineu bosoms aMXJill? bands. reintorced(dojiblfiiloth) from '
the bosoms to-the side-seatHS.and-nrdniftdo with the patent contiunous strip in the
biu'k enabling the earei,-to-piitkn-a-shiJvvithrjuttllo possibility ot teaiing it
down tin "backj alsrf protecttne: th& gar-menj; m the nrocess of laundrying.
Tin- les of-this mnko-oPShirts-w-tts aninpfeceuehtry great Trom the perlwt
of then: introduction and tliefacttliaUii'SrCfrnprovements do not add to. the
celling price, so much inor&tsed thedemaitd thatithe Manufactiucrs were, com
pelled to d'Hl)Iethisize-andaiacityofcthetrfactory. .
Tlieeitnluindriedwhitehirts I-am-nbw offering are as follews:
Men'8Ydizesl4 1-SL"fo
.rBdy&:jCSJxoi".ii:'r52.tipIl4J BO cents each'.
Complete luit irr CLOTniNCr,- rT&Tis, CAPS, FURXISniXO 'flfJODS,
riiVjv .ind-VALlSRS, at Tho vcri lowest cagh jiTices.
ZINNETS BEICK BUI-LBING, ASTOjRIA, OREGON.
Opposite Rescue
aasca&juuvAw .hii riaMaajyrwit
mense New
CoiteWing Qt4 CAK I.OAtlS of fine ArffeHc anA'Ptaltf ; - - -
yrniiure, Carpets, OH Cloth, MatirasSilk
- LACE AWD PORTIERE CUSTAINS, . ;
Dado Shades, &c. Has Axrivedi
These gootU were jiurehaserl direct froin Eastern Manufacturers and-shippeU"
before tjio recqnt advance jnlrjpight, lhp"b"eneftts thereof we-propose to-share with
oui customers.- . - - - i..'.,..viiij .
Call and See.U ' . -CHAS. HElLBOfe-
8
53SS32
J. C.
o 3 tt :n- X? "ST
Coroner. OulceriUndeTtaldne Kooms-next to
MUREAY & CO,,
GBOGEBS '
And Dealersr in
GaieiT Sigies!
Special Attention Given to Filling
Of Orders.
A FULL' LINE CARRIED
And Supples furnished at Satis
factory Terms.
Purchases delivered in anypart of the city J
Office and Warehouse
In Jlnme Mjw Building on "Water Street.
F. 0. Box 153. Telephone No. 37.
ASTORIA. " OKEOIS.
W. F. Arinbruster
Practical
WATCIfJIlKEK
And
WATCHES,
Clocks, Jewelry, and Musical
INSTRCTMBNTS
Bepqlretl on -the Shortest .Notice at Beq
sonahie Bates,
Chenamus St., nettcrSpex3rth's Gnn-store.
tVTni-i.. i iff 'J.w.. '?TTiiV)i'.-BnSJIfr
j ,i j i
2&&i
Cflliiirlraisprtata. Company?
FOE PORTLAND:! ' .-;
Through Freight on Fast Timei
J THE NEW
TELEPHONE
Which has been specially built Tor the cofaifoit of.passengers will leava
Wilson & Fisher's' DocVevery ' -- .
Monday, Wednesday and Fridayat 6 A:H. arriving at Portland 'al'ri
ReturnlngrieavesPortlaTnrevery -
Tuesday and Thursday at 6 A. fo arriving-at Astoria -at H-Psi
SrXn additional trip)wllLbe'inade on gaarfay'f KaciifW;eetet'b3aVlhg-Poif0
at tt O'clock gminay-MsralpKV-P&nEea-nj.thJa route wmnoctat ouawa
tor Sound ports. . '-..&.-- ' i ,'-'U.-S(10,FF,FreiWrtih
PJHOE. JjimCENZES.
ONE PRICE.
I7J 75 cents each.
i. ,2,1 c.
Engine House. - -
EGSS,
- .
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Castings of all Descrrptlons-'Made"
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A. D. WASff... :.....'.: Presiile'nT;
JG. HusxiEB, .....-.....JSacretary.
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JOHN Fox......... ..,.. . .Superintendent.
Established
1870
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Does, a General Banking Business
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