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JUNE 8, 18S3
Coxtkxst is simply resemblance
with the addition of a negative.
Questions like tHe following no
. doubt often arise in the minds of
our rc'aHers. Is it better for Clat
sop county and vicinity that the
Astoria land grant should be
earned by the building of the rail
road, or would it be better for the
whole coun'try-that the land grant
be declared forfeited. It may be
s&kI in favor of the latter proposi
tion that if the grant is now de
clared forfeited we should have a
railroad built immediately. True,
it "would not be a railroad run
ning in connection with, or
more particularly under the con
trol of the Villard system, but it
would be a railroad built for the
trade in lumber, coal" and iron,
were .the land grant or claim to
the grant.out of the way.
jln'additioa we should have the
lands opened to settlement by
congress this winter. "We should
have, in that case, both the settle
ment of the country and a railroad
immediately connecting Astoria
with "the" AY illamette valley.
On the other band it may be
said that if the Vjllard combina
tion build the roid this year to
earn' the grant, that Astoria would
probably be the most important
terminus of the Northern EaciGc
ruuiroaa; large saw mills would
arise to work up the logs which
would be brought out of the Ne
halem by the railroad. The
steamers of the Oregon Improve
ment company as well as sail ves
sels would bo employed in carry
ing this lumber to very port on
the Pacific; the coal in the Neha
lent would be mined and used to
supply all the steamers and for
San Francisco shipment, while
grain elevators and a large dry
dock would also be built to sup
. ply the pressing needs of a fast
The Astouian has always tried
to be just to the railroad company
that is at once developing this
northwest coast and its own mag
nificent fortune, and in constantly
iterating and reiterating its dic-
.tum that the Astoria railroad must
be built or the Astoria land grant
forfeited, has assumed a position
that at once concedes all rights
that the railroad can reasonably
claim and demands all rights that
the people, the original owners of
the soil naturally hold. It must
be remembered that that grant
was made by Congress for a help
to the building of the road to As
toria; it was net intended by our
national legislators that this grant
should be held until it of itself b'1
cvne of more intrinsic value than
the colt of the proposed railroad
aad then "earned" by the company.
Nor was it intended that it should
be held seven ears after the spec--lified
time for building, as a har
rier to other parties who are will
ing totbuild a railroad through the
same country. We are reliably
informed that an offer was made
to Villard last fall to build the
railroad from Astoria to Forest
rGrove fotthe land grant, or rather
for a quit-claim deed to whatever
right or title his company is alleged
to"po6sess. The proposed terms
were, in general, that Villard
should exchange the Astoria land
''criatjj&the Completed road to
Astoria. These parties, who were
responsible financially and other
"v!sej would have built the greater
part of the road this year, so as to
tbj.surc of the grant ere Congress
JfriVillard'has an engineerin
aad surveying party at present in
the field. It is manifest that at
tWpresent rate of speed nothing
.in tthe way of construction can be
done this season, -if indeed the
sarrey and preliminary workings
can incompleted. A due regard
foe ttfe requirements of the case
would suggest that thirty or forty
Miles of the road be built from
Astoria this season. It may be
" 'Aat Mr. Villard has superior
soarces of information, or special
facilities for influencing legisla
; tis also possible that that
eUMaan is too confident of being
able te delay the forfeiture of the
graat beyond the next congress.
'sMUmeg are a little overconfi
4etf .tfeeir ability to influence
4 fubrert. If Mr. Villard has
to wait until his one party now
between here and Forest Grove
shall report before he can make
any definite decision regarding
the building of the road, it may bo
a futile proceeding on his part.
There exists no reason for delay
beyond this summer in building
the road. If it is not built this
summer the indications are that
congress will declare the grant
forfeited. A close examination of
eastern exchanges indicates a
general feeling throughout the
country against further govern
mental 'dalliance with the people's
domain, and it is right that it
should be so.
The Railway Reporter says
that the Cleveland, Akron, and
Columbus Railroad company have
recently issued a new time card,
based on the twenty-four hours
system that of numbering the
hours of the day from one to twenty-four,
instead of making two di
visions of twelve hours each des
ignated or distinguished as ante
meridian and post meridian a.
u. and P. 11. At present still an
other designation is used, that of
M. when 12 midday is to be dis
tinguished from 12 p. m. The
Reporter saj's that this company
isthc first to employ this continu
ous system; but in reality the
method is a very old one, coeval
with the history of clocks, and is
still in use in some parts of south
eastern Europe. The llcporter
adds, that "the day begins at mid
night, as under the common sys
tem, but there is no possibility ot
confusion between forenoon and
afternoon hours. The great ad
vantage of this scheme in a rail
road time table will be seen at
ence: 7 a. ,v. and 7 p. m. are fre
quently misprinted or misunder
stood, while no one will confound
7 o'clock with 19 o'clock. Any
watch or clock can be adapted to
the system by simply putting the
extension of the hours in a circle
just inside of those already on the
face. The exterior numbers will
then be consulted up to 12 o'clock
(noon), and the interior ones for
the remainder of the dav.
Tiiere are two popular notions
about death that, though they con
tradict one another, have adher
ents throughout Christendom.
One is that what is called a natur
al death takes place with the ebb
of the tide; the other, that it oc
curs after midnight, in what are
called the small hours before dawn.
Recent New York records show,
as might have been expected, that
the Black Rider, who respects
neither age nor worldly condition,
is indifferent in timing his visits.
In that city in one week the great
est number of deaths took place at
11 o'clock in the day, when there
were seven; but there were five
deaths in each of the hours of 3, 4,
7 and 10 o'clock in the morning
and 3, 4, "and 7 o'clock in the even
ing. Four persons died at 5
o'clock, G o'clock, and at 9 o'clock
in the morning and at 1 o'clock
and G o'clock in the evening, and
three persons died at each of the
hours of 1 and 2 o'clock a. m. and
S, 10, and 11 o'clock p. m. There
happened to be no deaths at 5
o'clock in the evening. There
were 10 more deaths before noon
than after it.
The State Journal says reports
of fine crop prospects continue to
come from eastern Oregon and
Washington. The grain yield in
Umatilla county will be several
times greater than before.
Wasco county, too, expects a fine
Meeting of Board of Equalization.
V70TICE IS HEREBY GIYENThat
LX the Board or" Equalization of the
City of Astoria, consisting of Council
nien J. Hume, I. W. Case, C. J. Tren
chard, Deputy Auditor and Clerk, L. E.
belis, and City Assessor, E. C. Ilolden
will meet at the council chamber, on
Friday, June 8th, 1883, between the
hours of 1 and 3 o'clock p. jr., for the
purpose of correcting the assessment
roll for the year 1883. All those feeling
themselves aggrieved by the assessment
are notified to appear before the board
and make their objection known.
By order of the Common Council.
, Auditor and Clerk,
By L. E. Selic, Deputv.
Astoria, June pth, 1883. td
SUNDAY XIGHT IN VICINITY POINT
Ellis, about 90 fathoms 45 mesh, ll-ply
Larbour's twlno net; white buoys; leads
marked J. A. D. Finder will please return
same to Devllu's Cannery and receive a flt
ting reward. FKANK VIANELLO.
,NTllENluHTOF JUNE 3D, ON THE
VTfCV flf tllP fint TlamililU .1...., irn
latboins 45 mesh net. Barbour's 40. lu-nly:
corks branded It. IL & V. Co. The Under
w HI be suitably rewarded by callim: at the
o-lwk PISH Klttf AX'S 1'KG. CO.
Portage, boat No. :c, of Eureka Pricking Co.,
auu ucn un. JAJsui uiiu uave ii aiiDiviiMr LO
In ill sell at public sale for the next few
days at HOLDEN'S AUCTION HOUSE, the
finest line of Waltham, Elgin, Spriagfield
IN GOLD AND SILVER CASES.
Diamonds and Fine Jewelry,
Ever offeied in this state. This stock is
from an extensive and well-known Jewelry
house, an d must be closed out. It consists of
Diamonds. Lace Pins. Rings, Drops,
Studs, Brooches, Sleeve and Col
lap Buttons, 'Chains, Charms.
Gold Pens and Pencils,
And everything In fact usually found in a
flrst-class Jewelry House.
Sale without reserve or limit. Under no
circumstances will a single article be mis
represented. Sale to continue
Every Evening, at 7:30
and continue for a few days only, at E. C.
Hold en's Auction House. Do not fall to ex
amine this fine stock, as bargains will be
realized. J. A. TURNER,
E. C. HOLDEN. Assignee.
The new Steamer
jA:. 9. FX:E3XjX.
BABBAUE, - Master.
WILL SAIL FOR
Saturday, Jsne Oth, at 6 A. 3f.
FOR SAILING DATES AND PARTICU
larsapplv to J. G. HUSTLER. Main
street Wharf. Astoria : ALLEX & LEWIS
1'ortland ; J. L. STORY, Tillamook.
FOR LIVERPOOL DIRECT!
'British Iron. Barque
"EYEVALE," 100 Al.
WILLIAMS, - - Master.
Tins FTNE VESSEL HAVING HER CAR
50 fully enpaced will hare QUICK
DESPATCH, and will bo followed by the
British Iron Barque
"ULL0CK," 100 Al.
SALMON in cases will be taken in lots to
suit shippers, at reasonable rates.
For rates of Freight and. Insurance
Apply to MEYER, WILSON & CO.,
or to SIBSON, CHURCH & CO..
tf Portland. Oregon.
FIVE HUNDRED CORDS DRY HEM
lock Wood, which I will deliver at the
houses of customers for $4 a cord.
Drayhig or all kinds done at reasonable
rates. R. R. MARION.
LOT 7, BLOCK S9; LOT 1. BLOCK 103;
lot 8, blk 100; lot G. blk 120: lot 6, blk
132 ; lot 4. blk 147 : lot 5, blk 81 ; lots 3 and G,
blk M, Olney's.
Five-acre blk In II. & A.'s addition to Ol
ney's. Lots 5 and G in blk 113 ; lots 9 and 10 in blk
One hundred acres water front on Young's
river, near W'illlamsport.
Also 150 acres directly back of Alderbrook
at SlSo ner acre. Also 22o acres farm and
timber land near John Dav's river at $10 per
Real Estate and Commission Brokers.
LOT 8. BLOCK 101; LOT 5. BLOCK 103;
Lot 3, Blk 146; Lot 1. Blk 30; Lots S&4,
Blk 37 ; Lot 2, Blk 10G ; Lot 8 Blk 131 ; Lot 3,
Blk 134 ; Lots 5 & 6, Blk 144; Lot 7, Blk 147 ;
Lots 5 & 6, Blk 151 ; McClures. Lots 7 & 8, Blk
SO, and Lot 3. Blk W. Blk 81, Shlrelys, and
part of Blk 5, Hustler & Aiken's add. And
divers lots in other parts of the city, besides
outside lands In Oregon and Washington
Iease to sell or building to rent In good
tf BOZORTH & JOHNS.
AFIR3T CLASS SALOON AND LODG
ing house on one of the principal streets
of this city. 15 rooms furnished ; an assort
ment of Liquors and refreshments.
A pood stock of Segars : 1 Peel Table, and
good. Bar Fixtures.
A chance to step Into a good paying busi
ness. Price SI, Cut).
Inquire of W. B. GRENELL, Real estate
agent, cor. Chenamus and Benton, near Post
To Lease for a Term of Years.
A BUILDING SITE ON WEST 9TII ST.,
near the roadway. Suitable for store,
shop or residence. Inquire of
Corner W. 9th aHd Water streets.
New Fish Boat for Sale.
Apply at Leathers Bros. Shop.
A MEETING OF THE STOCKHOLDERS
of the P.L.& B. Association Is requested
by the Board ot Directors, to be held hi
Liberty Hall, Astoria, on Monday, the 11th
day of June, 188s, for the purpose ot filling a
vacancy occurring hi tliat Board.
WM. L. McEWAN, Secretary.
Astoria, Or.. May 31, 1883,-dlot
A RELIABLE MAN WITH A CASH CAP
ltal of from $2000 to 85000 can have a
one-half interest In a well established and
paying business in Astoria. Apply at this
MY WIFE, RENA KNUTSEN.HAS LEFT
my bed and board. I will not be re
sponsible for debts contracted by her.
ON TniS DAY, JUNE 5th, GEORGE
Ganz and C. J. Shaffer have entered In
to copartnership in the butchering business
in the town of Astoria Mr. Shaffer will al
ways be found at his post to cater to Asto
rians in want of beef, pork, veal, mutton, and
sausage of all the best make up. Call, buy
and go away smiling. GEORGE GANZ,
6-lwlc . & J. SHAFFER.
Custom House, Astoria, Oregon,
Collectors Offick, May 21, 1883.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE
following articles were seized on Aug. 7,
16S2, from passengers baggage onS. S. Tri'
umph. from Hongkong, viz;
No. 68. 38 pkgs. Tobacco ; 14 Linen Hand
kerchiefs ; 2 Silk Handkerchiefs ; 2 bunch
es Silk Cord : 4 Metallic Watch Chains ; 11
rials Oil Peppermint.
No. 72. Althe Occident Hotel in Astoria.
May 2nd, 1833, one Gold Watch and one
Any person claiming such articles or any
or either of them, are requested to appear
and file their claim to the same within twen
ty days from the date of tnis notice.
J. D. MERRYMAN, Collector.
PICKED UP AT TONGUE POINT, ON
the night of the 3rd of May, 1 piece net,
about 40 fathoms. 45 esh 13 piy. Corks and
leads not marked : one buoy marked M. F.
G., apparently cut with a penknife. Owner
will please communicate with B. Gallagher,
Fishermen's Packing CO., pay cost of this ad.
and resume possession of his property.
Ice Delivered to Order.
IS FItEPAREDTO DELIVER THE BEST
quality of Ice at 25 cents per pound. In
quantities from ten pouads up, to Hotels,
Saloons. Restaurants, or Families, leaving
tnelr orders with hlra. Large quantities ot
Ice constantly ea haad. tf
lee Cream Freak Every y.
HOTELS AND RESTAUKaKTS.
II. D. PAKKKIt. Iron..
ASTORIA, --- OREGON.
FIRST CLASS HOTEL.
ALL MODERN IMPROVEMENTS.
HOT AWI COLD BATHS.
Good Billiard Table, and first Class Sa
loon stocked with Fine Liquors.
a-FREE COACH T6 THE HOCSE.-WI
THE OCCIDENT HOTEL
First-class in every respect.
ZUEGLER & WRIGHT,
IT is A FACT
JEFFS CHOP HOUSE
Concomly Street is the Best in
II e lias Always on ITaud FRESH
Shoal Water Bay and East
"JEFF" IS THE BOSS CATERER.
lie fea been Proprietor or the "Aurora
Hetel" la Knapptoa ctch yean.
OPEN QAY AND NIGHT.
ROSCOE'S FIRST CLASS
CHKXAMUS STREET, ASTORIA.
rilHE UXDEKSIRXED IS PLEASED TO
L announce to the public that lie has op
Eating House ,
And furnishes In first-class style
OYSTERS, HOT COFFEE TEA, hlf
Ladies' and Gent's Oyster Saloon,
Please give me a calL
ROSCOE DIXON, Proprietoi
GHAS. WALLMAX. - - - Proprietor.
I HAVE TAKEN CHARGE OF THIS POP
ular Hotel and can guarantee satisfaction
Permanent and Transient Boarders
The choicest brands of Wines, Liquors,
and Cigars, at the Bar.
Opposite O. It. &X. Dock, Astoria. Oregon
Chop House and Restaurant.
OPEN DAY AXDXIQI1T.
3Ieals 25 centH and upward.
L. WILiBROX dL G. BOUIiAKI,
HAI.V STREET. ASTORIA.
ASTORIA SAIL LOFT.
A. M. JOHNSON & CO., PROPR'S.
HAVING CONSIDERABLY I NCRE ASED
our facilities formeetint; thedetnand of
increase in boats thLs year we would re-
specuuiiy caii ine attention 01
And all others needing sails, to this fuct.
Prices Same as Last Year.
WORK STILL BETTER.
Drilling and Best Quality of Rope
Our Work has Given
Satisfaction for Eight Years,
And shall be made to do so uhile we are in
Boot and Shoe Store
FINEST AND LARGEST STOCK OF
Boots AXD Slioes
Ever broucbt to Astoria, is opened to the
Public In Brown's New Building,
Next to City Book Store
Come and see Latest Styles.
I. J. ARVOLD.
J. H. D. GRAY,
Wholesale and retail dealer in.
GROCERIES, FLOUR, AND FEED,
Hay, Oats, Straw, Wood, Etc.
LIME, SAND, AND CEMENT.
General Horace and Wharfage ou reason
able terms. Foot of Becton street. Astoria
Cleaning It epcuiring.
NEAT, CHEAP AND QUICK. BY
Main Street, opposite N. Loeb's.
m & bd
ASTORIA, ... OREGON
FROM 0 O'CLOCK A. II. UNTIL 3
O'CLOCK P. Al.
J. k ilouuaxox.
Chas. E. Stoht...
Geo. I.. Stort....,
..Agent lor Oa:on
Capital paid up in U. S. guld
coin .. ............. S aw (wo 00
I. IV. CASK, Agent,
Chenamus street. Astoria. Oregou.
LIVERPOOL AND LOHON AND
NORTH BRITISH AND .MERCAN
TILE OF LONDON AND
OLD CONNECTICUT OF HART
COMMERCIAL OF CALIFORNIA
FIRE INSUBANC COMPANIES
Representing a capital of $G7,O00,O00.
A. VAN DUSEN. Acent.
Cigars, Tobacco and Cigarettes
Meerschaum and Brier Pipes,
GENUINE ENGLISH CUTLERY
Revolvers and Cartridges.
& jl G 3. J7 cl. Ia ?
PRIOR TO STOCK TAKING.
We offer SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS
in our line of
Dress Goods, Silks, Velvets,
Cashmeres and Arnmrcs.
Dolmans, Etc., otcT
A FINE ASSOItTMENT OK
Stock Complete in Every Branch.
We begleae to announce that we will,
soon open a complete stock of
Croctej and Glassware.
Ami all goods irtaininjj to that lm at their
Cor. Ctaaiiins I Genevieve Sis.
rattles contemplating purchasing any
thing in that lino will consult their own in
terest by waiting till our goods arrive.
We paj cash lor onr goods and and will be
able to sell as cheap as any house In Oregon
Portland not excepted.
JORDAN & BOZORTH.
GERMANIA BEER HALL
BOTTLE BEER DEPOT.
Chexxuts Street. Astoeu.
The Best of Lager 5 Cts. a Glass
Orders for the
Celeljratefl - GolamMa brewery
BE hi HL
Left at this place will be promptly attend
B7iO cheap San Francisco Beer sold at
WSI. BGCK. Proprietor.
Leinenweber & Co,
WSm AD GDBERffiS,
Manufacturers and Importers of
k I.L KINDS OP
Wholesale Dealers In
OIL AND TALLOW.
CGTMIlghest cash price pah! for Hides ai.d
G. A. STINSON & CO.,
At Capt. Rogers old stand, comer ol Cass
and Court Streets.
Ship and Cannery work. Horseshoeing.
Wagons made and repaired. Good work
MTOEEfS REMEDY. '
Liver,. Kidney, and Skin Diseases..
Malaria, Dyspepsia, -Biliousness.
Pain s in the Back and Loins, I
Pimples and Blotches" on the Skin, j
Whether Hereditary. ,
Or t'-aud by W.akii"s, or Excesses
Can Only be Cured by the Use of
Largest Sale and Most Satisfaction
Of any Medle'.nt' nn the Coast.
Sold by all Druggist and Medicine Dealers, i
$1.00 per Koltlc C. for .$.".0O.
Wilmerding & Co., San Francisco.
Loeb & Co., Agents, Astoria.
Union India Rubber "Co's
Turc Tara Gum
ItKlVAKK OP IMITTIO'i!
lie Mire the Hoots are stamped CRACK
PROOF an the heels, and have the PURE
GUM SPRIXGS on the toot, and Instep,
which prevent their crackln? or breaknifr.
We aie now making them with HUBBER
AXD ASBESTOS Holes illicit will make
them last more than twice ;is lonj; as any
Itubber boots madn.
FOK SALE BY ALL DEALERS.
ALL KINDS KUBBEK BELTING. PACK
ING, UOSE.SPIJ1NGS. CLOTHING.
BOOTS AND SHOES. Etc.
GOODYEAR RUBBER CO.
K, II. PEASE, Jr. 1 Agents.
S.M.P.UNYON. f San Knineibco.
GRAND CLEARANCE SALE!
to make room for more
Mware anil Skip Clanilerj
A. VAH DUSEN & GO.
Will sell at cost their entire stock or. .
HATS AND GAPS3
BOOTS AND SHOES.
These goods must be disponed of as we are
soon to receive another large lot at
Hardware and Ship Chandlery
And must have roam lo store it.
Drugs and Chemicals
1 J. E. THOMAS,
IrescriptIons carefully comounded
Day or Night.
Hardware ant SUp Clianileif.
A. VAN DUSEN & CO., "
Hardware and Ship Chandlery,
Pure Oil, Bright Varnish,
Binnacle Oil, Cotton Canvas,
Hemp Sail Twine.
Cotton Sail Twine,
Wrought Iron Spikes.
Galvanized Cut Nails.
Paints and Oils, Groceries, etc.
HE. 3Bf. k 3& BZ JE2 Si,
Hay, Oats, Straw.
Lime, Brick! Cement and Sand
IVood Delivered to Order,
Draying, Teaming and Express Business.
Horses ana Carriages for Hire.
WINES, LIQUORS AND.CIGARS.
Corsets from 50 Cents Upwards.
Gap: Anybody rob Themselves?
WITS', 'S'SS I
Win wrong j ourselves your husband's, your children, bv paying high
prices In great mined stores that have big expenses, while you have
To bio !toli' 2f per cent cheaper ..t the
Next door to Geo. V. Hume.
I am rutirins from the drv goods business, and am willing to sell all
my drv goods, clothing. ete , AT COST.
Come and see ! I. COHE3T.
750 Bones French Woven Corsets at $2.10 soldB
everywhere for S2.75.
St. MATTHEWS HALL,
SAX MATEO. ... CALIFORNIA
A riassu-al School under Military Discipline.
The Next Term Commences Thursday, July 19, 1883.
For catalogue or information, aihlrss1?
Jtev. AliFItED LEE BKEWER, 31. A.,
ITY BOOK STOEE.
We liae t-lay finished opening and putting in order the
Immense Stools; of Goods
nought in San Francisco lay B. F. STEYENS.
C. 1 MOFF1T will be found behind the counter. His Ions established repu
tation as a good and reliable salesman is all that need be said.
You Will Find Prices Lower than the Lowest.
B. F. STEVENS & CO.
r- - fAM.IV'grgIgS!3t5r
TEH apply to the Captain, or to
Jolin. A. Montgomery,
tSlTCESSOH TO .TACKINS & MONTGOMERY.)
PLUMBING, GAS FITTING, AND CANNERY WORK
Attended to Promptly on Reasonable Terms.
CIIKNAJIKS STKEKT, Next to C L. Parker's Stare.
THE NEW MODEL
A TUIiIi STOCK ALWAYS ON HAND.
:E2. jEL- TTA WJaiS,
Two doors o:ist of Occlilent Hotel. ASTORIA, OBEGON.
EUKITTTUBB Ss BEDDING
AND DEALER IN-
.Oarpets, Oil Cloth, Wall Paper, Mirrors,
Window Shades, Lace Curtains, Picture Frames and Moaldings
WINDOW CORNICES AND CURTAIN POLES
Complete In every branch.
J. OUSTAFS02C A. JOHSSOX.
FURE'ITURE m BEDDING.
Corner 3Iain anil Sqiiemoqna Streets. Astoria, Oregon.
WIHDOW SHADES AND TRIMMiNCS; WALL PAPER ETC
A Complete Stock.
PRICES AS CHEAP AS QUALITY WILL AFFORD.
AXI, KIOTS OP JFUKTUKE REPAIRED AIS VARIISOEO.
Scarf Pins, Chains, Watches,
S XXFES ESI Wi3JE33,
Of every description.
Tlie finest stock of Jewelry in Astoria.
E-All goods varrantedasrepre3ented
GUSTAV HANSEN, JEWELER.
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Eben P. Parker, Master.
For TOWING, FREIGHT orCHAK
II. B. PARKER.
DEALEK IK '
Tin, Sheet Iron and Copper Ware.
A General Assortment ot
Magee Stores and Kanges
The Best In the market.
I'mmbiug Rood3 of all'klnds on hand. Job
work done In a workmanlike manner.
RANGE CAN BE HAD IN AS
TORIA ONLY OP
Es Mm HAWEMg
CALL AXD EXAMINE IT, YOU
WILL BE PLEASED.
E. K. HAWES is also agent for the
Anil other first-clxss stoyes.
Furnace "Work, Steals Fit
hings. etc, a specialty.
Most Complete Stock in Astoria
JY ovelties of all Kinds
Fruits Both Foreign aad. JDeatestlc
Wines and Liquors
OI Superior Brand. . .
FOSTER'S CORKER, 0 R &ND0CK