The Daily Astorian. (Astoria, Or.) 1876-1883, June 27, 1883, Image 2

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ASTORIA, OREGON:
lTEDNESDAT. JUNE 27. 1SS3
TJw War to tke Ocean.
The American with his merchan
dise arrives at the sea shore and
can go no farther. On the west
the Pacific spreads its vast ex
plore before him. On the east
tbe stormy Atlantic bars his way.
Bat Jm at get this merchandise
out of the country. It is over and
above what he can consume him
self and the production of this
surplus has given employment to
ay jiople. He hopes to sell it
to fenig&ers and thereby add to
tWe store of shekels with which to
provide ior his old age. If it re
aulas on shore it will, be only a
barck to him and in. the end the
oaase of misery and distress to a
large number of his countrymen.
Tbey cannot continue piling up a
surplus of merchandise. The
c&nnot consume it themselves and
prodactioa under such circum
stances would be folly. Time was
when the American at the sea
shore found his own ships waiting
to take away this surplus, but he
neglected this branch of the busi
ness aad with some few exceptions
his vessels have disappeared. He
is not, however, altogether dis
consolate, for foreign ships are
waiting for his merchandise. The
foreigner is only too glad to have
the work and to have the Ameri
can dependent upon him for
ocean transportation. This pic
tare has been shown before. Peo
ple are tired pf it, but it should be
shown until a better one can be
presented.
It is admitted says the Jfari
tiinc JRegister, that the American,
by being shut off from the rest oi
the world unless the foreigner
helps him, is in a most unfortunate
position. But it is .claimed that
the way upon the ocean is closed
to him by the superior power of
his foreign rival. This is absurd.
The way is open if he choses to
use it under the same regulations
as other people. These regula
tions are well ktyown, but some
few selfish individuals have suc
ceeding in persuading people here
that the regulations are inimical to
their interests and by consequence
the American has been prevented
submitting to them. Yet
tr every, circumstance these
regulations will have to be obeyed
and the sooner that fact is ac
cepted the sooner will the Ameri
caa be less dependent upon the
foreigner. The. dog-in-the-man-gerclique
scoff at such, ideas, but
their position is beiri attacked
from a direction they least expect
ed. Mr. Grorringe's proposition
tkat iron sailing vessels can be
built here as cheaply or almost as
cheaply as wooden ones, opens the
way again for Americans to the
ocean. In proof of his assertion
iron sailing- vessels are being built
upon the Delaware. This is the
most hopeful sign yet of the re
habilitation of American shipping,
It demonstrates the posibilities of
American ship-yards and shows
that were the shackles which now
biad American shipping struck off
it would again stand among the
first upon the ocean.
"The coronation of the czar,''
remarks the Spectator, "was Asi
atic i a afto-re than its accessories.
If we were asked to state in a
word the 'note' or central fact
which differentiates Asia from
Earope, -.we should answer Im
moderateness.' Nothing in Asia
is saJBcIently restricted. All
things have in them a trace of im
moderateness, as if gods and men
had lost the sense of wise limita
tion. Forests in Asia cover king
oew. Mountains occupy the area
of large states. People are num
Wed,Kke the Chinese and the
XmU&as, by their fractional rela
tion to the whole human race. A
eyckwe desolate a province. A
tidal wave sweeps away half a
millioa of men. A'famine slaugh
ters oat eleven millions. A wail
beds aa empire. One sovereign
is taedter of tins sun, another is
GWs "YioecereaL a third is inca r
ate 4etr. This characteristic of
immeiwateweec is the dominant
ee l Mm Rweia coronation."
Txx ooert of commissioners
of
A Alabama claims has decided
that wA jtets at Groat Britain, resi
emafei at the time withm
Betted States ad sailing on
MWi ml ma dor the protection
the
the
of
the TJafeed States tag , wore em
litid wtcmW'the btsofthe
Labor and Food.
The human body never ceases
to work. Even in most profound
slumber some of the functions of
lifo arc ioing on, as, for instance,
breathing, the circulation of the
blood, digestion, when there is
food in the stomach; and it follows
that some part of the nervous sys
tem is therefore awake and at
tending to business all the day
and night long. In the act of liv
ing, says an exchange, some of the
substance of the body is being
constantly consumed. The amount
of work done by the heart in one
day in propelling the blood is now
estimated as equal to the work of
a steam engine in raising 125 tons
one foot high, or one ton 125 feet
high. We lose in weight by
working. "Weigh a man after
several hours' hard labor, and he
will be found two or three, and in
extreme cases, several pounds
lighter. If we do not wish to be
come bankrupt, we must replace
by food the amount we have lost
by labor. Hunger and thirst are
the instincts which prompt us to
do this. They are like automatic
alarm clocks, which stop the en
gine at various points to take on
fuel and water. In a healthy man
as much is taken as is required to
maintain the weight of the body
against loss. Nature keeps the
account. On one side is so much
food spent in work; on theother,so
much received into the stomach for
digestion. They should balance
like the accounts of an honest book
keeper. In an unhealthy person
the instinct of hunger becomes
disordered and does not sound the
alarm, and so the person goes on
working without eating until he
becomes pauperized; or the iu
stinct works too frequently, and
eats too much and clogs the vital
machinery. A calculation of the
business done in the body reveals
the fact that for a hard working
person about 81 pounds of food
and drink are used up daily;
some bodies use more and some
less, but this is the average. The
profit which the body gets on this
transaction has been calculated,
and may interest our readers. The
euergy stored up in the S1 pounds
of food ought to raise 3,400 tons
one foot high. Most of this energy,
however, is expended in keeping
the body warm and U functions
active. Abont one-tenth can be
spent in our bodily movements or
in work. The profit, then, on the
process is about teu per cent.
This is enough to raise 340 tons
one foot high each day. A profit
which is quite enough for earning
a good living if rightly expended,
and it is probably more than most
make.
Oxi: of the most interesting
computations which have engaged
the attention of scientists is that
relating to the amount of force
imparted to the earth by the sun's
heat. According to some of the
French investigations, there is re
ceived in one minute enough heat
to raise the temperature of five
and a half cubic miles of water one
degree Centigrade. Comparing
this with the work done by a
given amount of heat, as utilized
in a steam engine, it would ap
pear that the heat sent to the
earth in the sun's rays during the
space of one minute is equal to
the accomplishment of as much
work as would be dene by 2,000
steam engines of 100-horse power
each, working continuously lor
4,000 years. By far the larger
part of the heat force, of course,
expends itself upon the earth in
actual work, only a small
portion of it being radiated
into space. Necessarily the
result thus accomplished such
as the maintenance of the
temperature of the earth, ocean
and atmosphere, the stimulating
of animal and vegetable life, &c,
must be the equivalent of the
power retained br our globe; but
a vast amount remains unacconnt
ed for still.
Tin: Louisville, Ky., Courier
Journal reports General Grant as
saying in that city: "I am in fa
vor of wiping out the internal
revenue system and making the
burden of taxation fall upon the
imported articles. The states
themselves should have charge of
the liquor and tobacco tax and do
what they please with it."
The star route trial, which
ended in the acquittal of the
thieves, cost the goverhment $261,
979.48. The defendants probably
spent a hundred thousand more.
One of 4he results of a lawsuit
recently tried in California is to
give definiteness to the phrase "a
right smart chance.1' A witness
testified that ho saw a right smart
chanco of hogs invading the plain
tiff's field. The Court asked him
to put this into figures, and he
testified that in Arkansas and
Missouri "a right smart chance"
mcvit fourteen. The judge in
structed the jury to consider the
phrase equivalent to fourteen, and
damages to the full amount claim
ed were awarded the plaintiff.
It is asserted that British capi
tal to the extent of thirty millions
went into Wyoming and Texas
last year.
The Greenbackers of Ohio still
live, and announce their intention
to take part in the October elec
tion. BOK.
At Hood River, Or., June -'Mi, to tl e
wue ot t. a. uoon, a noy.
NEW TO-DAY
SPORTSMEN'S EMPORIUM.
WINCHESTER RIFLES
Of the best make and guaranteed
Colt's Celebrated Double Action
Revolvers, 38, and 4-1 calibre.
A. GLSPEXARTH
Importer, and Dealer in
ALL KINDS OF FIREARMS,
PISHING- TACKLE,
AND
AMMUNITION.
FOR TILLAMOOK.
Tho new Strainer
-A.. IO. DFIX32XI-
BABBAOK, - - 'Master.
Will sail on her regular trip, for
TILLAMOOK,
OX TUESDAY, JULI lOtb, 1883.
P OH SAILING DATES AND PARTICU
lars apply to J. G. HUSTLER. Main
street Wharf, Asteria: ALLEN & LEWIS,
rortland ; J. L. STORY, Tillamook.
ILWAC0 STEAM NAVIGATION CO'S
REGULAR PACKET LINE
. FOR GRAY'S HARBOR.
Sir. GEN. IMS
Will leave Gray's dock
FOR GRAY'S HARBOR
OX TUESDAY, JUJLY 3. 1883.
At CA. 31.
J. II. D. GRAY, Agent L S. X. Co.
ASTORIA TO TILLAMOOK!
3& Sir. BIS. MILES
Leaves Astoria for Tillamook, direct, after
me arrival oi me steamer "Wide west,"
from rortland,
OX HATUROAY, JUXE 30, 1H8.J,
i.tiuiuiiii, icaics uunuujui ill u A. JI.,
Monday, July 2d, connecting with Wide
v est ior roruana.
Fare, for tho Bound Trip, 87.50.
J. H. D. GRAY, Agent.
Net Lost.
ON THURSDAY MORNING, OUTSIDE
the har.ahout 300 fathoms net 45-12 Bar-
oour s twine ; left-hand lines ; corks marked
U L F I Co. ; leads marked AFFPCo.
lander will leave Information at Fishermen's
i-Kg. uo. 2C-lwk-
Net Lost.
ON THE NIGHT OF THE 23D JUNE. AT
or near the Barel Beacon, about 100 lath
oms net, Barbour's 40-12 twine, 45 mesh,
some of the corks marked F 0, and F I Co,
leads marked F P Co. The finder will be
suitably rewarded bv applying to the
2C-3t FISHERMEN'S PACKING CO.
Net Lost.
ON THE MORNING OF THE 25tji OF
June, at the .Republic, about 09 fath
oms 45 mesh net. Corks branded N P I. and
C T & Co. , l wooden buoy marked W S P Co.
Finder will please return to "White Star
Packing Co. and be suitably rewarded.
26-3t "WHITE STAR PACKING CO.
Net Lost.
ONTHENIGHTOFTHE23RD.INSOUTH
Cliannel, 150 fathoms 45-12 new net,
corks marked Nit leads marked FP Co.
Finder will please bring It to the Fishermeus
Packing Co. 2(-6t
fS THE NIGHT OF JUNE 21th. ABOUT
V-r 1U0 latnoms 40. 12 nlv Barbour' twine
44 mesh deep, corks warked B D& Co., leads
T & K. Finder will please notify Thomes &
Knowles and be rewarded. Lost at head of
Sand Island. . D. MARVIN.
26-3t per C. T. Thomes.
Net Lost.
ON TIIE 21st INST., IN THE SOUTH
channel, about 300 fathoms net, 40-12,
corks marked GM O. Finder will leave It
at Columbia Canning Co.
24-3t A.HOUKE.
For Sale.
OTS ON Tl
XUSINES9 LOTS ON THE ROADWAY
(SauemoanaSt.).andsome of the most
eligible residence property in the city. We
have also lots Ior sale in the city and in
all the additions at reasonable prices : also a
farm of 45 acres, three miles from St. Hel
ens : a town lot In St. Helens, and a farm on
the Columbia near John Day's river.
CHAS. H. WILLIAMSON & CO.
A LDERBROOK PROPERTY FOR SALE.
Inquire of
CHAS. H. WILLIAMSON & CO.
Saloon for Sale.
THE NEW COBNER SALOON. GOOD
loc&ttoB asd rood busiRess: 2 years
1 Me. CHAS, H. WDLLIAMSON & CO.
OCCIDENTAL HALL, f
Two Night3 Only ! ;
THURSDAY AND FRIDAY,)
June 28th and 29th. j
A GREAT DRAMATIC EVENT !j
Engagement cf Hie
Greatest Uvirifc Tragedienne
JANAUSCHEK
Supported by her own powerful coinpauy,
headed dv
MR. GEO. D. CH Al'LIN. and
MR. ALEX. A STUART
When will be presented
XnUBSDAlT, JUXE 2S.
Schiller's Historical Masterpiece In5 act-.'
MARY STUART.
FRIDAY. JUXE 29,
The beautiful emotional drama in 4 acts,
entitled
MOTHER AND SON.
Seats can be reserved at the New York
Noveltv Store, on and after Frldav. June
22nd,
Under Hie management of Mr. Nath. Child.
Business Agent, - Mr. L. A. Morsenstetn.
Liberty Hall, Monday. Tuesday and
Wednesday Evenings. June
25th. 26th and 27th.
SOGER'S ALL-STAR
DRAMATIC COMPANY !
Tronounced bv press and public the moit re-
lined anu taienteu uramaiic organization
traveling. Houses crowded everywhere!
Enthusiastic audience;
Tlie talented and popular Eastern dramatic
Star,
IIOUIES GICOVER, Jr.
The favorite young character actor, and
31iss MAY DcIOME,
The powerful emotional Actress, have been
specially engasred to appear hi their Great
Original Melo-drama,in 4 acts, entitled
THE JAMES BOYS.
Monday, June 25th, 1883.
The Great Fire scene ! Assassination of
Tease James by the Ford Bros., Hubert and
Charles. The scenery painted for this pro
duction, and which we carry with lis, n ill be
HMiecIalfoaturc.
This drama, which was written by Holmes
f rover, Jr.. and fullv copyrighted by him, h;
pronounced by the entire press and public;
whercever produced, to be the Greatot Sen
sational Drama ever written.
THE COY DETECTIVE-! lteplete with
Sensational Scenes, Startling Incidences.
Pathos and Comedy.
THE PHOENIX ! orttack from the Crave.
Lady Andley's secret ! East Lynne ! The
Gambler's Fate ! Unele Tom' Cabin Oli
ver Twist ! Hidden Hand !
Grand Mechanical Effects ! Powerful cui
of Characters ! The artists engaged w ilh this
company nave been selected from the prin
cipal Theatres oi Sau Francisco, Every one
a star in his special line. Complete chnnge
of Programme nightly. The performance
concluding earh evening with a laughable
farca or comedy. For complete cast of char
acters, synopsis of. scenes and incident:, sec
small bills.
J. H. HOGEUS. - - Sole Proprietor
HOLMES GEO VEIt, Jit., iluslness Mauager
Popular prices of admission, ltescrved
seals for i-ale at 11. F. Stevens & Co.'s
Book Store.
NATIONAL
HEADOUABTEHS !
CARL ADLER'S EMPORIUM.
Fte!Flai$!Fte!
GKAND DISPLAY OF
FIREWORKS!
Muslin Plags !
Bunting Flags !
Silk Hags !
Flags of every Shape, Size, Style
and Price, at
CARL ADLEE3.
Boot and Shoe Store,
2
OH
FINEST AND LARGEST STOCK OF
Boots ASD Slioes
Ever brought 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.
FOR LIVERPOOL DIRECT!
British Iron Barque
"EYEVALE," 100 Al.
WILLIAMS. .... Master.
THISFINEVESSELHAVINGHERCAi:
go fully engaged will have QUICK
DESPATCH, and will be followed by the
British Iron Barque
"ULLGCK," 100 Al.
SALMON in cases will be taken In lots to
suit shippers, at reasonable rates.
For rates of Freight and Ihsu ranee
Applj to MEYER, WILSON & CO.,
or to S1BSON, CHURCH SCO.,
1 Portland. Oregon.
Plumbing and Gas Fitting.
tORYEA BROS.
Plumbers, Gas, and Steam Fitters.
Joining Promptly Attended to
A Full Supply oi
GAS FIXTURES. COCKS. STEAM FIT
TINGS, ETC., ALWAYS ON HAND.
Cannery, and Steamboat Work
a Specialty.
Chenamus street, opposite Dement's Drug
Store, Astoria, Oregon.
aS&gtf
DO YOU WANT TO BUY A HOME,
rent a building or sell any property?
It so apply to
CHAS. n. WILLIAMSON A CO.
BAHKIHC AHDJHSURAHCL
RRHKFR. RAWKFR
.........- r... ..... f
.1"D
INSURANCE AGENT.
ASTOIil.-j., ... OREGON
OFFICE IlOUKb:
FROil 9 O'CLOCK A. 31. UNTIL 3
O'CLOCK P. M.
Home Mutual Insaranee Co.,
OF CALIFORNIA.
J. F. flouGirrojf . .llwident
Chas. R. Stout......... Secretary
Geo. L. Storv.... Aiipnt for O-tron
Capital paid up in U. H. '!
coin .... SSWUuHmi
r. AY. CAHK. Aeent.
Cheaamus street. A-tiria. )res'-
$67,000,000 CAPITAL.
LIVERPOOL AND LOno AND
GLOBE,
NORTH BRITISH AND MKKCAN-
TILE OF LONDON AND
EDINBURGH.
OLD CONNECTICUT OK UAKT
FORD, AND
COMMERCIAL OF CALIFORNIA
r'lRE INSURANCE COMPANIES
Koprosentine a capital of SC.7,OO0,000.
A. VAN DUSEN. AcenU
FIRST GRAND
A JL
PRIOR TO STOCK TAKING.
We ctfer SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS
in our line of
i)rtss Goods, Silks. Velvets,
Plushes,
CaslniKTes and Aram res.
Laces. Hosiery.
Corsets, - Cloaks,
Dolmans, Etc., etc.
A FINE ASSORTMENT OF
FLANNEL COMFORTERS.
Blankets, Etc.
Stock Complete in Every Branch.
Prael Srot&ers.
"TT BTIT GRAY.
Wholesale and retail dealer in
GROCERIES, FLOUR, AND FEED,
Hay, Oats, Straw, Wood, Etc.
LIME, SAND, AND CEMENT.
General storage and Wharfage on reason
able t'rms. Foot of Benton street. Astoria
Oreeon.
Wilson & Fisher,
' SHIP CHANDLERS.
DKALKB5 IN
Iron, Steel, Coal, Anchors, Chains,
TAR, PITCH, OAKUM,
WROUGHT AND CUT GALVANIZED
lYuilw. Cupper X'ails ami Itttrrs,
Sholf Hardware, Paints and Oils
Rubber and Hemp Packinq of all Kinds.
PROVISIONS.
Fjr.oun axd aiEz.1, fs;::.
Agents for Salem Flouring Mills.
Corner Chenamus and Hamilton Strc
ASTORIA, OREGON.
LOEB & CO.,
JOBBERS IN
WINES.
LIQUORS,
AND
CIGARS.
AGENTS FOR THE
Best San Francisco Houses and
Eastern Distilleries.
Tumblers Decanters, and All
Kinds of Saloon Supplies.
Gf'-All goods sold at San Francisco Prices.
MAIN STREET.
Opposite Parker House, Astoria, Oregon.
Ice Delivered to Order.
FRANK FABRE
ISPREPABEDTO DELIVER THE BEST
quality of Ice at 2JJ cents per pound, in
quantities from ten pounds up. to Hotels,
Saloons. Restaurants, or Families, leaving
their orders with him. Large quantities of
Ice constantly on hand. tf
Ice Cream JFrcsU Every Isy.
RUDDOCK & LEVAKE,
PRACTICAL PLTTMBSES'
Gas and Steam Fitters.
Have constantly on hand a general assort
ment of goods In our line. Jooblng prompt
ly attended to. Estimates given.
2T. B. We guarantee our work.
Shop next door to Gas Co's office.
mm CLEAMCE Sill!;
to make room for more
mm m sniii mmw
i
A. VAN DU8EH & GO.
Will toll at m their entire itoek of ,
HATS AND GAPS?
AND
BOOTS AND SHOES.;
These goods must he disposed of as we are
soon to rceeiv. another largo lot .f
Hardware and Ship Chandlery!
Am rmiit h.w ro .tn to store It.
PERUVIAN
BITTERS !,
iiiiPl! I!
Wilmerding & Co., San Francisco.
Loeb & Co., Agents, Astoria.
Drugs and Chemicals
AND f?
nu :.
rnaiiiiduiau
!-
VAST0h A.O
Prescriptions carefully compounded
Day or Night.
ASK FOR
Union India Rubber Co's
Pure Para Gum
CRACK PROOF
RUBBER BOOTS.
BKWAEE OP IMITATIONS 1
Bo sure the Boots are stamped CRACK
PROOF on the heels, and have the PURE
GUM sriusxas on the loot and instep,
which prevent their cracking or breaking.
We ate now making them with RURDUR
AND ASBESTOS Soles which will mako
them last more than twice as long as any
Rubber hoots made.
FOR SALE BY ALL DEALERS.
ALL KINDS KUBBER BELTING. PACK
ING, nOSE. SPRINGS. CLOTHLNG,
BOOTS AND SHOES. Etc.
GOODYEAR RUBBER CO.
R. 11. PEASE. Jr. I Agents.
S. M. KUNYON. f San Erancisco.
HANSEN BROS.
SASH AND DOOR FACTORY.
AND PLANING- MILL.
A full stock or home manufactured goods
constantly on hand.
Special Attention given to Orders.
All work guaranteed. Your patronage so
licited. ASTORIA.
Oregon.
THE LATEST STYLES
WALL "PAPER
AT
B. 3. FRANKLJPS,
NEXT DOOR TO ASTORIAN OFFICE.
A very large Stock from which to select.
Windowcurtains made to order.
fS'-My patent Trimmer to cut Wall Paper
will be lound convenient to my patrons.
Figures Jew Lis !
JEFF
OP THE CHOP EOtTSE
Can prove by his books that he Is domjj the
biggest business of any
RESTATTEANT
In the city, and he will marantee to i;lve
the best meal for cash.
WILT. EDGAR,
Dealer in
Cigars, Tobscco and Cigarettes
Meerschaum and Brier Pipes,
GENUINE ENGLISH CUTLERY
Revolvers and Cartridges.
rTERMANIA BEER HALL
BOTTLE BEER DEPOT.
Chen-axcs Stiiekt. Astoria..
The Best of ,ager5 Cts. a Glass
Orders for the
ia Brewery
ASTORIA.
Am
Lert at this place v.ill he promptly attend
ed to. f
ST"No cheap San Francisco Beer sold at
this place
W3I. BOCK. Proprietor.
OF THE CALIFORNIA STORE'S
EI PSIOE LIST.
Camers Hair REDUCED from
Cashmere "
Cashmere Sold Formerly
Ladies Gioth
750 bones Corsets REDUCED
Our $2.50 Corset REDUCED
$2. Kid Gloves in dark and Opera
shades REDUCED to
CALIFORNIA
Next to
St. MATTHEW'S HALL,
SAX 3ZATEO, ... CAliIPOIt.VIA
A Classical School under Military Discipline.
The IDText Term Commences Thursday, July 19, 1883
Frr catalogue or information, aridrcs
Hew AJiFUEJ JjEE iSKEIVKit, 31. A..
Principal.
CITY
-5-
o l:at lo-day hnishert opening and putting in order the
In-iniense Sio& of CSroods
Bought in San Francisco b B. F. STEVENS.
('. V. jIOFFIT Yfill lie found behind the counter. His long 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.
PT'i, "' e f" ' ' -wZSl
TEU apply to the Captain, or to
im JL ZKEontgomery,
(SrcCFSFOE TO JACKINS & MONTGOMERY.)
Sv&k
PLUMBING, GAS FITTING, AND CANNERY WORK
Attended to Promptly on Reasonable Terms.
CIZES1A32CS STltERr. Xext to C. I. Parker's Store.
THE NEW MODEL
err
;A TULI, STOCK
Two dors cast of Occident Hotel.
issfSirr' .'"""" .-), --its!uJ'?e3i i f
ifi&aiH &
CHAS. HEILBORN,
MANUFACTURER OF
FTJB.NITUB.E Si BEDDING
AND DEALEll IN
Carpets, Oil Cloth, Wall Paper, Mirrors,
Window Shades, Lace Curtains, Picture Frames and Mouldings
WINDOW CORNICES AND CURTAIN POLES
Complete in every branch.
M. or.SEN'.
J. OUSTAFSON.
MARTIN OLSEN
DEALER IN
FXJBNITUBE SS BEDDING-.
Corner 5Inin anil Sqitemoqua Streets. Astoria, Oregon.
WIHDOW SHADES AND TRIMMINGS; WALL PAPER ETC
A Complete Stock.
PRICES AS CHEAP AS QUALITY WILL AFFORD.
AIL KIISJS OF ITiTKaiTUKE KEPAIBEI AK VABKISHED.
SOLID GOLD
JEWELRY,
Scarf Pins, Chains, Watches,
Or every description.
The finest stock cf Jewelry I" Astoria.
S7TA11. goods warrantedasfepresented
GUSTAV HANSEN, JEWELER.
CTION!
$1.00 to 50c
1.10 to 80c
75 for 45c
1.75 1.10
2.10
to 1.50
1.00
STORE,
Geo. Hume's Grocery Store.
STORE.
STEJLHIER
CLARA PARKER.
Eben P. Parker, Master.
or TOWING, FREIGHT orCHAR
K. B. PAUKJER.
DEAtIR I2
Tin, Sheet Iron and Copper Ware.
A General Assortment of
HOUSEHOLD GOODS.
Agent3 for
Magee Stoves and Eanges
The Best in the market.
Piumbing goods of all kinds on hand. Job
work done in a workmanlike manner.
BANGS CAN BE HAD IN AS
TORIA ONLY OF
f. HAWE9,
AGENT
CALL AND EXAMINE IT, YOD
WILL BE PLEASED.
E. R. HAWES Is also agent for the
Bnct patent Mm Stove
And other flrat-class stoves.
Furnace "Work, Steam. Fit
tinE3 etc.. a specialty-
ALWAYS ON HAND.
ASTORIA, OREGON.
A. JOHh'SOX.
HEADQUARTERS
Foster's Emporium.
fries! Complete Stock in Astoria
Jsi ovelties of all Kinds
Fruits Both Foreign and Domestic
Wines and Liquors
Of Superior Brand.
FOSTER'S CORNER, 0 R &ND0C
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