o Jt fzj sfeiMessKs: Jilt Bailr. & station ASTORIA, OREGON: FBLDAY JUNE 29. 1883 Higk LIcpHse Law. The Harper, or high license bill his become a law of the state of Illinois. Its operation will be the most important and interesting test yet made of the new theory of promoting temperance reform bj high rates of license. The bill received the support of men who in other days were uncompromis ing prohibitionists. It represents fiews which have been modified by experience. Prohibition being now & conceded failure, its old friends turn to high license as the best practicable measure. And in tuis they are supported by men who were never prohibitionists, but always believed in a rational system of liquor regulation, and also by the most respectable of li quor sellers. Such is the odd combination that passed the Har per bill. The new law is of a type differ ent from that of Towa a state where the experiment of high H- cese has also been tried, but without the uniformity of rate wkioh characterizes the Harper bill. In Iowa cities and towns are permitted to charge what they please for license and as a result the rate ranges all the way from $75 a year (in Dubuque) to $1,- 000 (in Creston). In a number of Urges places $1,000 is the fee, and the average throughout the state is high. The Nebraska law puts the license fee at 61,000 in cities of a certain grade and $500 for all other places. Illinois now es tablishes a cast-iron system of excise, operative alike in all parts of the state, viz: $500 a year for the sale of spirits and wines and 1150 a year for the sale of beers. It is estimated that on such a basis Chicago will reap an annual reve nue of not less than $1,000,000, or a gain of about $000,000 on her present income from license fees. This would be a decided relief to taxpayers, and insures the popu larity of the measure with that class. As the proprietors of the lowest dram shops cannot raise 500 to pay in advance for a li cense, the liquor selling business rill naturally be concentrated in Pen who are loss charge of promot- and crime. This :ious. For, it vely proved by Nebraska and ligh license has lat intemperance be- oomes les common and less ex ceneivff ' the inferior liquors shops are wohided out. When this hap- iay state ot thintrs is associated ltn ixrgeiy increased revenues, we need not be amazed at the spread of high license sentiments throughout the country. If it" proves a success in Illi nois, as in Io'wa, Nebraska, Mis souri and Michigan, the Journal of Commerce thinks it may be ex pected to reappear as an issue in New York. The last legisla ture refused to try it there, but the majority against it was so small in the assembly as to en courage the friends of high license to renew their efforts next year. The bill defeated at Albany re- semoies tne JNeoraska law in its discrimination between places, but was more moderate in its scale of fees. Fer cities of over 50,000 inhabitants the liquor licenses were fixed at $500 and beer licenses $250, and for all other places liquor licenses at $250 and beer $125. The bill was favored by many of the largest liquor re tailers in the state, and they can always be trusted to advocate it. Tke societies representing the. spirit and wine interests of the oovntry hare been the most active promoters of such schemes, and sre uone as much as the most MtfeusUstic friends of temperance rlorsa to pass and enforce high Koeftselaws. Under such auspices tlu Mr system bids fair to be nm generally adopted, especially if-tW Illinois variety of the law sfceald be crowned with the suc ewes now predicted for it. Bixxxrr, of the N. Y. Herald, ys tkt kk paper pays an annual pt of six hundred thoiisaruldol W. A number o persons re itfoljrotymisa a. meeting to pro trt afSHMt the "personal" column k )mppr, bat tbe matter only jwtf splendid advertisement fcrjkw jwspftpr. The New York Times gives the acquitted thieves si grand chance to avenge their wounded "honah" by saying that if the course of that paper in telling what it knows to be the truth about them 'Should be unsatisfac tory to Thomas .J. Brady, Stephen W. Dorse-, or any other Star-route thief, and they chooso to attempt to vindicate themselves in libel suits, the Times will welcome the opportunity to do the Republican party and the country the grandest service of which it is capable by proving in a court of law that they are thieves and that it has told the truth in calling them such." The French are a thrifty peo ple, and in the absence of other methods of accumulating money put a large share of their earnings in savings banks. There are now in Franco about three and a half million depositors in these banks. Nearly three hundred thousand possess individual deposits ex ceeding $200, but there are only a million of the whole number pos sessing over $100 to their credit. These seem like small savings, but in a country of low wages and cheap living they are comparative ly large. The California Railroad Com missioners have prepared a tariff table of fares for the railroad com pany to charge throughout the state; the new schedule mak ing a reduction from eighteen to fifty-five per cent., from present rates. It is expected that 5,000 Knights Templar will visit San Francisco to attend the August conclave. Ix 1SG0, sixty-six per cent, of our exports and imports was car ried in American vessels; in 1S32, fifteen per cent. 3IARKIKD. In Graco church. Astoria, June 27, "83, by the Rev, 31. D. Wilson. Thomas IL Ilutchinssto Miss Mattie E. Shane. NEW TO-DAY Notice of Dissolution. NOTJCK IS UKRIJY GIVEN THAT THE co-partnership heretofore existing be tween J. W. Ituddock and A. S. Levalce. un der I he firm name of Ruddock and Levake. has been this day dissohed by mutual con sent AH :iccuuuts duo the fate firm must be paid to ,T. W. Ruddock and he wilt pav all indebtedness of the firm. J. W,, RUDDOCK, 23dud - " ' a: yKEYARE. To Whom it May Concern. ANY TEIJSON WISHING TO LAND freight at the foot of Hamilton or Olnev streets must first iret permission from the committee on streets and public yas. 29tf Street Improvement Notice. NOTICE is hereby siren that the Common Council oftne oilv of Astoria. in Clatsop county, State of Oregon, propose ui oruer inu improvement aim repair of that portion of Water street from the west side of West nth street to the west end of said Water street, all in that portion of said citv wltich was laid out aud recorded by John M. Shively; the same shall be icpaired and improved to its full width, by piling, capping and planking all that portion thereof not now piled and planked, and by removing all defective piling, cap ping, planking and timbers now there in and unfit for further use. and replac ing the same with new ami a sound pil ing, capping, planting aim iimoers. aim by building side walks on each side thereof twelve feet wide, where side walks are not now constructed, and unless a reiiionftrance signed by. the owners of two-thirds of the property adjacent to said part of Water street. be filed with tho Auditor and Clerk ot said city within ten davs from the date of the final publication of this notice. namely: On or before the 21st dav of July. 3883. said repairs and improve ment win ue maue. By order of the Common Council of said cilv. T. S. JEWETT, Auditor and Clerk. By L. E. Snr.io, Deputy. Astoria. June '2S. lSSS.-iiMOt ' FOR TILLAMOOK. The new Steuncr BARRAGE, - Mailer. Will sail on her regular trip, for " TILLAMOOK, O.V TUESDAY, JUIiY 10th, 1H83. FOR SAILING DATKS AND PAltTICU iar apply to J. G. nr.STI.KK, Main street Wharf. Astoria : ALLEN & LEWIS, Portland ;.T. L. STORY. Tillamook. iLWACO STEAM NAVIGATION C0S REGULAR PACKET LINE FOR GRAY'S HARBOR. Sa Str. "Will lea e Graj 's dock FOR GRAY'S HARBOR O.V TUESDAY, .TUIJl 3. 1SS3. At G A. 31. J. il. D. GRAY, Agent I. S. X. Co. ASTORIA TO TILLAMOOK! JH Str. GEN. MILES Leaves Astoria for Tillamook, direct, after the arrival of the steamer ""Wide West," from Portland, OX HATUUDAY, JUSi: 30, 1SS3. Keturniuc. leaics Garibaldi at c a. k.. Monday. July 2d, connecting with AYide West for Portland. Fare, far tke Renad Trip, 87.59. J.ILD.UBAr.Axent. Summons. TN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE STATE of Oregon, for Clatsop County. O.F.Day plaintiff, s. Jane If. Day de fendant. To the above named non -resident defend ant, Jane N. Dav. In the name of the State of Oregon you are required to appear and answer the complaint of the above named plaintiff Died against you In the above enti tled court and suit on or before the first day of the next term of said court, which is on the 7th day of August, 1883, and If you fall so to appear and answer said complaint the plaintiff will apply to the court for the relief therein prayed for, which In substance Is. a decree dissolving the bonds of matrimony heretofore and now existing between plain tiff and defendant and that the care and custody of the minor child be awarded to pialntlif. This summons Is published by virtue of an order made by HLs Honor A. 5. Bennett, Judge of said court at chambers, on the 12th day of June, 1833. C. W. FULTON. 15efct Attorney for Plaintiff. Summons. rf THE CIRCUIT COURT, CLATSOP County, Oregon. Mary Worden plaintiff, vs. William Wor den defendant. To Wm. Worden, the above named de fendant : In the name of the State of Ore gon : You are hereby required to appear ana answer me complaint mca against jou in the aboc entitled suit, on or before the first day of the next regular term of the Cir cuit Court for Clatsop County. Oregon, to wlt : on or before August Tth, 1S83. and if you fail so to appear and answer the plaintiff will apply for the relief demanded in said complaint to-wit : the dissolution of the mar riage ties heretofore and now existing be tween you and the plaintiff, for the custody and control of the children otsald marriage, for the costs and disbursements of suit ami for such other and further relief as to equity mav seem fust. This summon Is ser.d bv publication thereof by virtu of an order made by the lion. A. S. Bem.ett. Judpc- of dttlU UVULi. UU IUU UlU UUt U1IU11C, IO, F. D.WlNTON.and E.B. STONE I3ef7t Attorneys for Plaintiff. Notice of Application to Purchase Timber Lands. LAND OFFICE AT VAXCOUVEC, W. T.. May 29th, 1833. Notice Is hereby given that In compliance with the provisions of the Act of Congress approved Junes, 1878, entitled 4,Au act for the sale of Timber Lands Iu the States of California. Oregon, Nev?da. and in Wash ington Territory." Walter M.Smith. of Mult nomali county, Oregon, has this day tiled in this office hLs application to purchase the north-east li of section 12. Township 9 north, of Itange 5 w est, of the Willamette Meridian, Testimony in the above case will be taken before the Register and Beech er at Van couver, Wash. Ter, on Mondav, the 15th day of August. 18S3. Any and all persons having adverse claims to the above described lauds or any portion thereof, are hereby required to file their claims in this office within sixty (00) days from date hereof. FEED. W. SPARLTNG. JelO-COd Kegister. Notice of Application to Purchase Timber Lands. LAND OFFICE AT VANCOUVER. W.T.. Mav 29th. 18S3. Notice is hereby given that in compliance with the proisions of the Act of Congress approved June 3. 1S78, entitled "An act for the sale of Timber Lands in the States of California, Oregon, Nevada, and in Wash ington Territory," George Smaldoon, of Multnomah County, Oregon, has thb day filed in this office his application to purchase the southeast H of Section 12. Township 9 north, of Range G west ot the Willamette Meridian. Testimony hi the above case vrill be taken before the Register and Receiver at Van couver, Waslu Ter., ou Tuesday, the ltth day of August, 1833. Any and all iersons ha ing ad crse claims to the above described lands orauy portion thereof, are herebv required to tile their claims In this office -nitnin sixty (oo) das from date hereof. FRED. W. SPARLING, JeKMWd Register. MGATUS C. GR0SBY, 3 Dealer in HABMBE, IRON, STEEL, . ifcrt PT anrf Fittings, PLUMBERS XKD STEAM FITTERP Goods and Tools, SHEET LEAD STRIP LEAD SHEET IRON TIN AHD COPPER, Caflnery and FlsiermBiis Supplies Stoves, Tin Ware and House Furnishing Goods. JOBBING 111 SHEET IRON, TlN.mO0P PER PLUMBING and STEAM FITTING Done with neatness and dispatch. None but first class workmen employed. A large assortment ofj SCALE? Constantly on hand Leincnweber & Co., C t.r.IXKXWKREU. M. BKOWN K3TAUL1SHCD 18ft. ASTORIA. OREGON, TAMERS AM CUBMES, Manufacturers and Importers ot 4 IX, KINDS OF T ilFS A.OMdL -fcEIDFL AND FINDINGS .Wholesale Dealers In OIL AND TALLOW. nfl-lllghest cash price paid for Hides and Tallow. ALDERBP.OOKPlOPEimr FOK SALE. Inquire of CHAS. II. "WILLIAMSON & CO. Rooms to Let ROOMS SUITABLE FOR LIGHT DOOSE kceplnjj. furnished or unfurnished, or slimle rooms at MRS. TWILIGHT'S. T-lm For Sale. FIVE ACRE BLOCK IN HUSTLER & Aiken's addition. CHAS. H. WILLTAMSOX & CO. Geneviere St. rear of Hawes' Tin Store. Teachers' Examination. THERE "WILL BE A TEACHERS' PUB lic Examination in the Superintendents, ofllce. opposite the Catholic church, com mencing at 9 o'clock, Friday, and Saturday, June23, andso, IS&t. H. SLOOP, d-td Sup't. Net Lost. ON THURSDAY MORNING. OUTSIDE the bar, about 300 fathoms net 45-12 Bar bour's twine ; left-liand lines ; corks marked C L F P Co.; leads marked AFFPCo. Finder will leave information at Fishermen' Pkg. Co. 2C-lwk Net Lost. ONTHENIGHTOFTHE23ltD,INSOUTH Cluimiel, 150 fathoms 45-12 new pet. corks marked NK leads marked FP Co. Finder will please bring it to the Fishermeas Packing Co. 2tl-6t Notice. rilHE PARTNERSHIP BUSINESS BE JL tween Henry Ferchen. and Martin Han son, in the old Dew Drop In saloon, has been dissolved by mutual consent, ana all bills due are payable only to M. Hanson, at the same place, M, HANSON. Aitorla, Jun 18th, 1898, - lot occidental hall. Two Niglits Only ! J THURSDAY AND FRIDAY, Jupe 28th and 29th. J A GREAT DRA.MATIC EVKNT I Engagement of the Grcnlest Living Tragedienne T A -KT A TTCnUl?Tr ? O X2.A1 .Q. V hJJA.lk. Supported by her own powerful company,! ueauea iy MR. GEO. B. CHAPLIN, and 3IK. ALEX. A STCAltT, When will be presented THURSDAY. JUNE 28. Schiller's Historical Masterpiece in- act-, MARY STUART. FRIDAY, JVXU ao. The beautiful emotional drama it. l arts, entitled MOTHER AND SON. Seaucauhi: ieenol -il Uie New York Novelty -tore. and after Frida. June -2nd. Under the management ol Mr. Natli. Guild'. Business Agent. - Mr, L. A. Morgeustem. NATIONAL HEADOMTEBS ! CARL ADLER'S EMPORIUM. Fte!Fte!ffip! GRAND DISPLAY OF FIREWOEKS! Muslin Plags ! Bunting Tlags ! Silk Plags ! Flags of every Shape. Size, Style and Price, at CARL ABLEE'S. !S WINCHESTER RIFLES Of the best make and guaranteed Colt's Celebrated Double Action Revolvers, 38, and 41 calibre A. G. SPEXAETE Importer, and Dealer in ALL KINDS OF FIREARMS, -PISHING TACKLE, AND LEADING Boot and Shoe Store, 2 OH 25 en FINEST AND LARGEST STOCK OF BOOtS AXD SlLOOS Erer brought to Astoria, is opened to the Fublic in Brown' New llniidin. c in Brown' ew Bnllul Xext to Clly Book Store Come and see Latest Stales. I. J. ARVOLO. FOR LIVERPOOL DIRECT! British Iron Barque "RYEVALE," 100 Al. WILLIAXS. - Master. THIS FINE VESSEL ILVVIXG HER CAR ko fully engaced will have QUICK DEbl'ATCH. and will be followed by the British Iron Barqne "ULLOCK,100 Al. SAINTON In cases will be Liken in lots to suit shippers, at reasonable rates. For rates of JFrcijrhtand Insurance Apply to .MEYER, WILSON & CO.. or to SIBSON. CHURCH & CO., tf Portland. Oregon. Plumbing and Gas Fitting. XOBYE.1 BROS. Plumbers, Gas, and Steam Fitters. Jotting Promptly Attended to. A Full Supply of GAS FIXTURES, COCKS. STEAM FIT TINGS, ETC.'ALWAYS ON HAND. Cannery, and Steamboat Work a Specialty. Chenamus street, opposite Dement' Drug Store, Astoria, Oregon. For Sale. BUSINESS LOTS ON THE ROADWAY (Squemoqua St.), and some of the most eligible residence property in the city. Ve have also lots for sale In the city and iu ail 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 tne uoiumoia near jonn Day's rner. IT'i Al CHAS. H. WILLIAMSON & CO, Saloon for Sale. THE NEW CORNER SALOON. GOOD location and cood business: 2 years lease. CHAS, H. WILLIAMSON & CO. DO YOU WANT TO BUY A HOME rent a building or sell any property? It so apply to CHAS. H, WTLLU3ISON & CO. vSfe&ifciF BAHKIHG A8DJHSUBAH6E. . "W Gl&.3 BROKER. BANKER -axd- IHSURANCE AGENT. ASTORIA, - - - OKT5GO OFFICE HOURS: FiiOil 9 O'CLOCK A. M. l-NTIL 3 0.CL 'CLOCK P. M. at Mum to., . of califohmia. j J. HOUGUTO CHAS. IL STORV... tEO. L. STOKT,, . rreai.lent . Seen:arj ..U-cnt lor ion Capital paid up i V. .. : - coin .. .. . . .. yw Wla I. V f.tiJ'. An'lt, Chenamus street, -'iih Ont'., $67,000,000 CAPITAL LIVERPOOL AKD LO-'rU).S ANlj GLOBE. NORTH BRITISH AJ) 2LKKCAN TILE OP LOJTDO aNT) EDINBURGH mi n fiwtmi 'ill rrrTT ttv itxwr. """ WU1,VY"' ....-,, co-m:.leroial of oalikoknia HUE INSURANCE COMPAXIKb Ktrojentins a capital of SI7,000,MH. A. VAN DUSEX. Agent FISST frRAND sriir O.I AT PRIOR TO STOCK TAKING. We offer SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS in our iine of Dress Goods, SWks. Velvets. Plushes, Cashmeres apt! Arimires. Laces. Hosiery, Corsets, (Moaks. Dolmans, Etc., eic. A FINE ASSORTMENT Or FLANNEL COMFORTERS. Blankets, Etc. Stock Complete in Every Branch. Prael Brokers. J. EL D. BAY. WUn'teadH and retail rfeaW GROCERIES, FLOUR, AHD FEED, Hay, Oats, Straw, Wood, Etc. LIME. SAND, AND CEMENT. General storage and Wharfage ou renvjn uble terms. Foot of Berton strett. Astotl Orcrou. Wilson & Fisher, SHIP CHANDLERS. DEAiaCKS IN Iron. Steel, Coal, Anchors, Chains, TAR, PITCH, OAKUM, WROUGHT AND CUT GALVANIZED IV:iHs. Copper IVaJIs ami Burrs, Shelf Hardware, Paints and Oils Rubber and Hemp Packing of all Kinds. PROVISIONS, Ftouzt A?n mux fj:3:. Agents lor Salem Flouring Mills. Corner Chenamus and Hamilton Stn o ASTORIA, OREGON. LOEB & CO., JOBBERS IN WINES, LlgPORS, AND CIGARS. AGENTS FOR THE Best San Francisco Houses and Eastern Distilleries. "Pit m biers Decanters, and All Kinds of Saloon Supplies. EB""All goods sold at SaajFranclsco Prices. 3LUN STP.nET. Opposite rarker House, Astoria, Oregon. Ice Delivered to Order. 'FRANK FABRE IS PREPARED TO DELR'RR THE BFT quality of Ice at 2J4 cents per pound, in quantities from ten pounds u. to Hotels, baloons. Restaurants, or Families, leavlnir their orders with him. Iirje quantities of ice constantly ou nana. ti lee Cream i'rcsli Every liny. RUDDOCK & LEVAKE. PRACTICAL PLTIM3EES' Gas and. Steam PItters. Have constantly on hand a general assort- ment of goods In our line. Jobbing prompt- ly attended to. Estimates given. N. B. "We guarantee our work. Shop next door to Gp Co's office. Iw t-i i 51P "nI i JL I zr 1 12Hl h 3l I BBAjj MJiTCAM SAH!! t make room fur moro TJ. rt U ifhb Jill I A. VAN BUSEH-& 08. WiH sell .it eist th'ir nilw ttoek HATS AHD GAPSj BOOTS AND SHOES.! These goods must he disposed of :it wo are j soon te recrfv' anotlier largi- lot of t i Hardware and Ship Chandlery Am! mtrt hnvf- ro mi to stire :t TV "O TTTTT A TOT r A. P-'JUJ&j t i W J. ...5 - Rlrrpi?p f J I A-sW Vilmeriling &. Co., San Francisco. Loeb & Co.. Agents. Astoria. Bruqs and Chemicals J. S. THOMAS, 0 imrGisT i Pharmacist. ? r- -.HOIUniH..' t lrecriptions carefully compounded f Day or Night. J ASK FOK- TJnion India Snbber Co's -Pure Tara Gum CRACK PROOF RUBBER BOOTS. BEWARK OF IiHTATIOSS ! Be sure the Boots are stamped CRACK PROOF on the heels, and have the PURE GU21 SPRINGS on the foot and instep, which prevent their crackinj: or breaking. We are now making them with ItVBDEll AXD ASBESTOS Soles which will make them last more than twice as Ionjr as any Rubber boots made. FO It SALE BY ALL DEALERS. ALL KINDS liUBBEU BELTING. PACK ING, HOSE. SPRINGS. CLOTHING, BOOTS AND SHOES. Etc. COODYEARRUBBER CO. R. H. PEASE. Jr. 1 Agents, S. M. RUNYON, f &.111 Erancisco. HANSEN BROS. SASH AND DOOR FACTORY. AND PLANING- MILL. A full stock of home manufactured goods constantly on hand. Special Attention given to Orders. All work guaranteed. Your patronage so licited. ASTORIA. - Oregon. THE LATEST STYLES IN WALL PAPER AT B. 2. FRANKLIN'S, NEXT DOOR TO ASTORTAN OFFICE. A very large Stock from which to select. "Window curtain3 made to order. ST"My patent Trimmer to cut Wall Taper w ill be luund convenient to my patrons. Figures lorn Lie ! JEFF 0 THE CHOP HOUSE Can prove ly his hooks that he is doing the bigm-Nt business of any EESTATTEANT In the city, and he will guarantee to yivc the best meal for cash. Wm, EDGAR, Dealer in Cigars, Tobscso and Cigarettes Meerschaum and Brier Pipes, GENUINE ENGLISH CUTLERY Revolvers and Cartridges. rERMAXLA BEER HALL COTTLE REER DEPOT. Chks rrs Stukkt. Astoma. The Best of Lager 5 Cts. a Glass Orders for the Celeoratefl ColnMa Brewery Lelt at this place -nill bo promptly attend ed to. S2-No cheap SaaFrandsco Ceersold at this place W2I. BOCK, Proprietor. riM-ii m f -srfrviK i w iac?i r iPffr7'Isv A C5 ? !Hll3 CT! y 5J S Si'SS? OF THE CALIFORNIA STORE'S E "5 V -Camel's Hair REDUCED from Cashmere " " Cashmere Sold Formerly Ladies Cloth ' 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, HAS Ifc.lTJCtt. ... CAliIFORXIA. A Classical School under Jlllitary Discipline. The Next Term Commences Thursday, July 19, 1883 Fnr crrataqe or information, atldrs'-s Rev. AIFIJIM) X.EE ISREAVEB, M. A.. Priacipal. r o Vuhae to-da fuiishcil opening and putting in order the Immense Stools of Croods Uouht .11 San rrauciscohj B.F. STEVENS. V. P MOFFJ.T will be found behind the counter. Ilis 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. TEU apply to the Captain, or to 2TIm (SI f ClSOIt TO JAOKJNS & IONTGOJIERYO j PLUMBING, GAS FITTING.. AND CANNERY WORK Attended to Promptly on Reasonable Terms. CJURXAalUS 8TKHi:r. Kext to C L. Parser's Store. THE A rTJLI STOCK ALWAYS ON HAND. 3E3- lELm TFT. A W JbJg, Two deors east of Occident Hotel. CHAS. HEILBORN, iTANUFACTTJEER OF FUBNITUKE S BEDDING A2W DEALER tN Carpets, Oil Cloth, Wall Paper, Mirrors, Window Shades, Lace Curtains, Picture Frames and Mouldings WINDOW CORNICES AND CURTAIN POLES Complete in every branch. J. OUSTAFSOJT. MARTIN OLSEN DEALEIJ IN FUBISriTURE Sh BEDDINTGr. Corner 3Iai ami Mqucmoqna Streets. Astoria, Oregon. WINDOW SHADES AND TRIMMINGS; WALL PAPER ETC A Complete Stock. PRICES AS CHEAP AS QUALITY WILL AFFORD. AM. KINDS OF FURNITURE REPAIRED AKI VARNISHED. SOLID GOLD JESLET, Scarf Pins, Chains, Watches, Of every description. The finest stock of Jewclrj In Astoria. JS-A11 goods Avarrantedasreprcscnted GUSTAV HANSEN, JEWELER. ' PEIGE LIST. $1.00 to 50c 1.10 to 80c 75 for 45c 1.75 1.10 to 2.10 to 1.50 1.00 STORE. Geo. Hume's Grocery Store. TORE. STEADIER CLARA PARKER Eben P. Parker, Master. For TOWING, FREIGHT orCHAP. II. 35. PAKHJEK. flntgmry, OKALEK IN Tin, Sheet Iron and Copper Ware. A Geueral Assortment of HOUSEHOLD GOODS. Agents for Magee Stoves and Eanges The Best In the market. Piumblng goods of all kinds on hand. Job work done In a workmanlike manner. EW MODEL RANGE CAN BE HAD Et AS TORIA ONLY OF AGENT CALL AND EXAMINE IT, YOU WILL BE PLEASED. K. R. HAWES is also agent for the il patent Aud other first-class stoves. Furnace "Wort, Steam Fit tisSSt etc.. a spocinlty. ASTORIA, OREGON. A. JOHXSOX. HEADQUARTERS Fosters Emporium. ost Complete Stock in Astoria Novelties of cell Kinds FraitsBotlt Foreign and Dosestlo Wines and Liquors Of Superior Brand. FOSTER'S CORNER, O R &3f DOCX f X- Vai , c !-?