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JULY LS, 18SS
The Unarmed Nation.
"Our Duty in the Cause of In
ternational Peace" was the subject
of a recent address by General
Francis A. "Walker, at Smith Col
lege, Northampton. It closed as
follows: "Let us remain as we
are, without weapons of offense or
defense. Let our title be 'The
unarmed Nation.' For one, while
respecting the sentiment of those
high officers of army and navy and
those members of congressional
committees who feel themselves
responsible for the defensive con
dition of the country, and while
entertaining no strong antipathy
to the building of a few fast cruis
ers to carry our flag upou the seas,
I trust never to see a floating
castle, with a twenty-four-inch
plate and hundred-ton guns, built
for the service of the United
States. It is, I confess, a new
thought to me, and it may appear
to 3'ou, on the first hearing, unusu
al and vain; yet as I have earnest
ly pondered this subject during
the last few months, it has grown
to my view increasingly clear that,
first, the example of the United
States as an unarmed nation, and,
second, the force of its industrial
competition, with the vast advant
ages which immunity from con
scription and armament will give
to the people of this country, as to
the production and distribution of
wealth, are to become powerful
agents in breaking up the war
system of the world. Already
this, contemplation of our happier
lot is drawing the more prosperous
and adventurous of the inhabi
tants of Europe, a million a year,
to ourselves. Must not the time
soon come when increasing in
telligence and strengthening solf
confidence on the part of the peo
ple will lead them to demand that
freedom from conscription and
war taxes be not conditioned upon
expatriation? Be sure the demand
will be made. Be sure when the
demand is made in earnest the
statesmen of Europe will find a
way to abate and irt time to abol
ish the war system. "Will it be
long- possible for the nations of
Europe, unless they can rid them
selves of this incubus, to with
stand that competition, as wo grow
in numbers and productive power,
and as the facilities of communi
cation and transportation are mul
tiplied and perfected? 1 cannot
think so. When we have become
a hundred millions: when our an
ricultural production lias increased
two-fold; when our manufacturing
production has increased four-fold
all of which will come to pass
in thirty yaars with the improve
ments in transit and traffic rea
sonably to be anticipated within
ths same period, can the effect of
our competion be less than to
compel the statesmen of Europe
to reTease their people's shackles
and the burdens which conscrip
tion and almost universal arma
ment impose upon them? And if,
indeed, America shall then con
tribute to the downfall of the war
system, will it not prove the great
est of the blessings which the new
world has conferred upon the old?'"
The advantages of sawmills to
be built at Astoria are briefly
named. The logs can be obtained
at less cost than at any other
point. The vessels can be
chartered at less cost to
carry the lumber to any
Galifornia or foreign marker.
There is an abundant home de
mand as well as for export. In
the face of these facts and the
present high price for lumber, it
is strange that there are no mills
being built at Astoria.
Ex-Senator Wallace of Penn
sylvania, is said to aspire to the
next Democratic nomination" to
the presidency. During the time
that he has been in private life he
has carefully rebuilt his fortune,
and is now thought to be worth
The mills at Seattle are sawing
lour hundred thousand feet per day.
At Astoria, where we are in the
.heart of the best and most accessi
ble' lumber district of the north
west, we arc sawing 50.000 feet
The construction of railroads
thia year has fallen off nearly one
half from the number of miles
constructed the first of last year,
2,509 miles as against 4,990 miles
The idea of a canal through the
Isthmus like that of the Lesseps
was considered practicable, and
the excavation was actually com
menced 2,500 years ago, and in the
reign of Ptolemy Philadelphia?,
273 years before the Christian era,
the union of tlm two seas was per
fected. This canal passed very
nearly along the route of its mod
ern successor, entering the Red
Sea near the present town of
Suez, and was of sufficient depth
and breadth to allow of the pas
sage of galleys of a considerable
size. Moreover, it is an historical
fact that in the year :)1 15. C.
Cleopatra, after, the battle of Ac
tium, seeing that the forces of
Egypt were unable to resist those
of Rome, attempted to take her
fleet through it into the Red Sea,
with the view of escaping1 into a
distant land, a project which failed
from the hostility of the Arabs.
The channel existed for centuni-s
after the time of Cleopitra, Lu: j
became gradually locked up and
obliterated by the then unconquer
The platform of the Pennsyl
vania Republicans has been fitly
characterized as a Dolly Varden
affair, full of brilliant colors and
moonshine platitudes," the most
striking plank being that suggest
ed by Barker, a political theorist
of Philadelphia, for a distribution
of the . surplus revenues for the
government among the states for
aid to education, and to relieve the
burden of taxation.
The eastern marriage endow
ment associations are meeting with
the same fate thst befell the Penn
sylvania graveyard life' insurance
swindling societies. In most of
the cases at the oast, the concerns
have turned out to be barren
frauds. Now and then one
honestly conducted one has been
found, but in most cases they are
the means used b' rascals to attain
Tin: PrnhibUiotiiM published
at Sacramento, Cul, is the latest
addition to our list. Its name
indicates its principles, -and its ex
istence depends upon its influence.
Thekk are indications that the
war is really over. The new party
platforms in Ohio, Pennsylvania,
Iowa, and Minnesota are silent on
the subject of "war issues'.
Ox January 1st last, there were
in operation in the United States
120',000 miles of railroad, out of
202,000 miles in the entire w.orld,
or nearly 4G per cent.
The cholera has appeared at
exact intervals of seventeen cars,
namely, 1S32, 1SJ9, ISGG and
tea Excuraon !
YOUNGS RIVER FALLS
And back by way of Fort Clatsop.
On SUNDAY. JULY 29th.
The "CLARA PARKER'
Cap!. EP.EN P. PARKER.
Will leave Parker's Dock at 9 A 51.
Tickets, round trip,
S. 0. HOLDEN,
ular AiiGtion Sale
-t ix -Su. jyjL.
THE AMERICAN FLAG
And will contiuno to WAVE until ALL in
the riSt to "tertyare dcirtvrd of
ir,r,0ick,nu,iellt:l,iec "ill -!cfll1J
f.old n uP.a"d depart tor the Saoeliar
TIIEHE WILL BE AN ELECTION H ELD
on Monday, the 33th day ol Aujnist
1R83, at the house of Astoria Eurfne Co.fNo.
1, for the purpose of electing a Chief En
gineer and two Assistant Eugineers or the
Astona Fire Department, according io or
dinance 212 of tiie City of Astoria.
A,,t,est,, C. J. TKENCHARI).
President Board of Delegates A. F. D
A. A, CLEVELAND, -
Sec'y A. F. D. estd
I HAVE LATELY SECURED THE SEIt
vices of a competent hotseshoer from Il
linois; and will guarantee satisfaction in that
work. Caimery work and general Itlack
smlthlng done at reasonable rates. Shon
near Kinney's cannery.'
Ff Til E CI ECU IT COUJiT OF TI I E STATE
of Oit-ron. for the County of ciaisnn
M. J. kimtcy. Plaiwitf. slE. 1). llcatlev, J I
AV Grace ami .1 JM 'leu lkHt-li, as trusteed ot ;
me eiue oi :i .j Jviiinev. TlKtMlore 1 track- I
er. W E Dement, 1 V Case. Win JMcAflcv,
the New Zealana Insuraticr Cotiipauv, a L
Bancroft and 11 II Bancroft, imrtners" under I
thefirtu-xteineaud stj! of A L Bancroft &
Co., ED Jluctcr and Uu.siav Huejer. pari-1
BfK under the Una name end of Hue-'
tcr too. C'.. .John Marcus and Wni Mar-
ctK, wiws.' true nnm.s ant unknown to
plaintiff, winners under ih- Ann name and
style ot M:irc;s rtr;. & Co., .lainr-s I fa ni
ton, hos4 true name is unknown and
.lohn Ioe whose trut namo Is unknown to
plaintiff, ojiiihts under the Ami tutine and
ly:e of UarriMtn & Co.. 11 s Crocker and
John D Y4. partners under the Urauiaine
and style of 11 S Cneker & Co., 1C Balfour.
it li Foreman and Alex Culiirk. ttartners
tinder the Ann name mid sdvle of italfoiir, i
(Jutbrkf&Co.. A 1 .Sinjou. F A Rolibins, :
ai usw-rron, armen lsiatHi aii .loitn
Soarie..! W (i race and J F Chapman, iwrt
ners under tin firm nam and styh of J W
Grace it Co . V.' B Grace aul Bit-hard Roe,
wlwsotme name H unkuoAii. juiUmts tin
der UK Ann name ni:dtvle of V li Wraoe
& Co.. N Ten HwU and R Ch'ic, iartners
under the flnu name and .nk- ot .N Ten
Boeh &(JV.. I'liarW llolbroofc. .1 V Morrill
and C Merrill, partners under tin firm name
aud style of liolbrook, Merrill . Co.. E D
Heat lev and George Cani4N'H. irtners nu
der tlH' finu tiAine and style of nirkvm De
Wolf & Co., B (.' Janion ami cliaries .smith,
whoM tnie name it imkiionii. imrtners un
der the Ann mum aud styiot BC.Ianion&
Co.. Henry Coubiough. GerK Slilel, P
GtHdstnith and J 1-owchIh-:, jiiiimts under
the Ann name and .! of ioldstiiith,
LowenberK & Co., Cliaries HirhfHdt, whnse
true name is unknown, doin; Ihisiimks under
the Ann name and style of 'lidenian. llim-h-feklt
& Co., alem Fkmnng Mills Co., Y
liekeland.T Lockel, jwrtners umler the
Arm name ami style ofV ami J Loeket, WE
UooK'raiMl Win 11ookt ami John Hooper,
v. hoM true names are unknown, jartners uu
iliTlhc linn name aud style of Y K Hoojkt &
Sons,.! V Dais ami John .!mks, w!to
tnie iwiiif Is unknown, oartnert under the
Ann name and style of .1 V Davis & Co., D .1
Tallant, John McKce aud John D Tallant.
ttaitners under the flnu name and stvie of
Talhuit & Co., Defendants.
In the name of the Slale of Oregon : To
each of the above named defendants. The
New Zealand Insurance Comiiaiiy, A L Ban
croft and II II Paneroft. imrt iters" umler the
At m name and style of A L Bancroft & Co..
Kl Hucler ami GtiMav Hie er, partnTs
under Hk Ann name and sty e of Jluctcr
Itrvs. ,c Co.. John Marcus and Wm Maicus,
whose true naiitv. arc unknown, partners
niid'T tiie Ann name ami style of Marcus
IlrtK-. & Co , .lames Uarrisi, Hltose true
uaine i- unknown, and .John .h wlios?
tnu-iiaiiH' jsj unknown. iartiHrs under the
Ann name and style of Damson t Co.. II a
t'roefcer and John D Yosi. partners under
ti- nnn name ot ii h cnn-Ker jc io.. i: ru
lotir, it It Foreman and Akv Cutlirie. part
ners under the firm name and Myk; of Bal
four. Guthrie & Co.. Canncti Iland Salt Co..
.1 W Grace ami J F Chapinau.iKtnners nndcr
tiie Finn naiiK and style cf .1 W t;race "c Co..
W K t;ract and JtichanI Boe.whosi' true nantc
is unknown, imnners under tiie Arm name
and style of W B Grace & Co.. N Ten Bosch
aud 1; Clcir. nrtncrs under the Ann name
and sixle of N Ten Box-h &Co.. Charles Ilid-
bnok, J 1 Merrill ami C Merrill, partners
unncrinc nnn nr.meauu siyieiH lUriorooK.
Merrill .s. Co.. E 1) lleatley and George
UamplM'll, pattiM-rs under tin Ann name ami
Ktylr of DickMHi. DeWolf & Co.. K C Jaiihhi
Nini Ctiarics Smith. whoM Internum is uii
kuown. partners under the Ann name ami
Ml.-ol KC Janion & Co.. Charles llirsch-
feldl. whose tnie name is unkiKwn. doing
oaiiu vs umler UK" naim' aim si vie oi jhic
man. Jlirsriilcldt & Co.. W IA-kett and J
Iickett. jrtners under the Arm name ami
stvie ofW& J Itckett. W E Hoomr-and
A m Hooper aud John Hooper. whis tn;e
names are unknown, partners umler the
Arm name and style of W E Hooper & Sons.
.1 W Dawsaud John .loin's. wIiom tnie name
is unknown, par tiers umler tin Ann name
and iti; of .1 V l):ivis&Co..D J Taliant..lohu
MeKee ami John D Tallant. partners umler
tne. nnn name ami styteoi iaii?iit & to..
Win. McAflee, A M Simptou, F A Itobldns,
ii i t:erioii..ioi!ii hcane, Henry couurough.
Yihi ami each of you are herebv not i tied ami
iHiuircd to aniHMraud answer Iheaun'nded
cHiil;iHt AUvl by the aboc named plain
tin in the alMtve eutitleil .suit hi the above
entitled court, on or ltcforc the Arst day of
m-wi ivKiiiar icrjii o cHin. mitcu is
on 1 u stiay. tnc Tin day or August, Isks. aud
vtm will take notjc that if vmi fail to so at-
lKar ami answer for want thereof lite itiaiu-
iifl will apdy to the court for "lite n'iief
praycti lorni samaim-mieiroiuMaiut,wHK'h
in "tibstance is a decne tleclariitg the amount
of tin claims of said defendants against said
estate, if any claims they or either of them
hac. Mid rcoiiiring the"s.tnl defendants K
D Heatley..! W Grace ami Jdm M T n Bom Ii
a tmstwsof :he etate if Haintiff. to iiv
to )!aiuliA all moneys lclougUig to s lid
estate, and enjoining them from m.kuiauv
further sales of the n;d property lieloiigiug
utsaio esiare. ;.mi n'punug tiiem 10 convex
and transfer to plaintiff all of said real prop
erty, a di'seription of which is as follows:
Tmn certain I1n or parcels of land
nit a lied in the town of Astoria as laid out
and recorded by John Mrfiun and elend
11I by CymsOiiiey, in the County of Clatsop
and Stale of Oregon, to-wit: Conimencinz
at tlM' inlerstH-tioii or center line id 1st or
(joiicomly street with a lino drawn from tlte
sonlltwelcriy corner of block No. ime, to
tiie iterthwesterlv cnier of block No. lo
sixteen, iltence mulherlv on the course of
tite westerly line of said ibMk Ns. one aud
sixteen, to the Hue cMahhshcd bv the au-
lliorities of the town of Astoria as the water
frontline; thence westerly along. the same
to a iKriiit where said water front line would
lie intersected by a line drawn parallel to
said westerly line of said blocks Nos. one
ami sixteen aud two hundred feet westerly
therefrom : thence .southerly on a line par
allel to said westerly line of said blocks Nik.
one and sixteen and two hiindrcl feet west
erly thcrefnini to the iKtint where the ,s;jnte
would intersect the center line of said 1st or
Concomly street, produced wesieriy ; thence
ea.steil along said last nieiitioiH-d Hue two
hundred feet to the jKiint of commencement.
It No. S in blosk No. lfi, hds Nos. 2.3, 11, 12
ami in in block No. .r, lots Nos. 2. II, 12. 13
ami 14 in block No. ot, lot No. 4 in block No.
41 ; alo thcN E of the S E 4 of section
No. lfi. and lot oof said section It;, in town
ship No. i north of range No. 9 west, in said
Oat n county ; also the N W4 ami theN
the S E of section No. 1 lu tow nship
No. ::. mirth ot ntnge No. 10 east, and lots
Nos. 1,2, "ami A of section 17. in township
No. 2 north of range No. 15 cast, in Klickitat
county, Washington Territory : also that
certain cm acre tract of coal laud situated in
Columbia Count v. state of Oregon, pur
chased by plaint i ir and AYIHiam S. ami A. C.
Kinnev from the State of Oregon ; Also, an
undivided oue-fourtli interest in all those
certain lots of laud situated in the city and
county of San Francisco, in the State of Cali
fornia, designated and descrilied as follows,
lo-wit : lots numbered one. two, three, four,
five. six. seven, eight, twelve, nineteen,
twenty, iwciitv-one, twenty-two, twenty
three, twenty-four and fractional lots num
ltered nine, ten and eleven, in block
numbered four-hundred ami sixty-two,
embracing the whole of said block excepting
two small. rckv islands, as shown on the
map of lucsalt inarMiesaud tnie lands and
lands lying under water south of Second
street, which map is on file In the office of
the Surveyor General of the State of Califor
nia. AH of said lands having been conveyed
by plaint iff to said defendants. E 1) Heallcv,
J Graecand John M Ten Bosch on tiie
16th day of March, 1ST, in trust for theitav
mentof Ills creditors.
This summons is published by virtue of an
order made bv his Honor A.SJ!ennett Judge
of said court, at chambers on tlte nth dav
of June, 18S.
C. W. FULTON, ami F. J. TAYLOlt.
Attorneys for Plaintiff.
OCCIDENTAL HALL I
Friday and Saturday, July 27. 28.
First appearance in this City, of the
Direct from San Francisco, where they have
played the longest engagement known
In KJtcrxT rears.
The greatest American Cotncdv,
OUR BOAKDIXft XIOSJ3K.
The latest Comedy Succms,
These plays will be produced under the
personal direction or 31k. Lhox.vj:i Gro
ver.the famous Author.
Seats can be secured at J. Strauss &Co's.
New ork Novelty Store, without extra
charge. Adtuissioa $l.ox
FIVE HUNDKED COKDS DUV II EM
lock Wood, which I will deliver at the
houses of customers for $l a conl.
praying or all kinds done at reasonable
os- 1L JR. MABION.
Piano for Sale.
PIQJgnjE AT TtESIDENGE OF CAPT.
L w cs. Whltcomb.
HaYe a Full
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ASTOK1A, - - - OUEGOX
FJIOM 9 O'CLOCK A. M. UNTIL
O CLOCK T. M.
J. F. JIOUQHTOK
I'lJ.'.S. 11. STOJtV...
:k. u stoky.
,MAxn: fr fr,i)ti
fttitUal Hdd up in U. S. n-:li
coin .. . . A.i iks eO
I. "W. CilfiK. .Asent.
Chennuius street, Astoria. Oregon
L1VSRPOOL AND LOO.n" AND
SOUTH lilUTISII AND 3LKK0AN
TILE OF LONDON AND
OLD CONNECTICUT OF HAltT
TORD, AN D
COMilEltCIAL OF CALIFORNIA
KIRS INSURANCE COMPANIES.
hdjTe'ontin a capiutl of r;7,C50U.OOO.
A. VAN DUSKN. Auent.
" Iliere Is a tide in the affairs of man
Which, if taken at the flood,
flails on to VotX'MH"Shuk.fifrr.
Bo ton Want
rT-rrsi rTT-f-it -
juJJLX-I KJ .
A VERY SHORT TIME, i
Tenninns Aiition to JUiina.
TJiis addition commences onl'
five blocl:s from the O. R. & N.
Co.'s extensive improvements, and
immediately adjoins the Mammoth
Flourinp; Mills to be erected by
Sibson, Church & Co. Immense
works are now going on right in
front of it, and there will be at
least four hundred thousand dol
lars spent on them this summer
and fall. The whole place is al
most level as a table, high and
sightly, and as before stated, close
up to the property on which Mr.
Villard is inaugurating immense
works of all kinds. The lots are
all full size, 50x100 feet each, and
range in price from $200 to 350,
according to location.
Terms of sale: One-third cash,
and balance in easy monthly or
quarterly payments, without in
terest. Discount made lor all cash.
Plats may be seen and any
further particulars obtained on
E. C. HOLDEN,
Auctioneer and Real Estate A't,
Notice of Application to Purchase
AND OFFICE AT VANCOUVER. W. T..
Notlee Is herebv clvcn that In coninliance
with the provisions of the Aet of Confess
approved dune 3, 1S78, entitled "an act for
the sale of timber la ids In the statesof Cali
fornia, Oregon, Nevada, and in Washington
Territory." Gustav Kopplin. of .Multnomah
County, Oregon, has this day filed in this
office his application to purchase the north
east U of section 18. township 9 north, of
range 5 west of the Willamette Meridian.
Test'monv in the above case will be takeh
before the Register nnd Receiver at Yancou
ver. Wash. Ter., on Monday, the noth day of
Any and all persons laving adverse claims
to the above described lands, or any portion
thereof, are hereby required to tile their
claims in this office within sixty (CO) days
from date hereof.
FRED. W. SPARLING,
u msm sis..
! Wilson & PIvSiier.,
iron. Sicc-i. Coal. Anchors. Chains,
TAR, PITCH. OAKUM,
WKoRniT and err :ai.vamzki
IVaUs. tspjstr Xnii.s ami 5ltirrs.
Shelf Hardvare, Paints and Oils
Rubber anil Hemp Packimi of Kinds.
Arohu for Sn!ew yUHtnu; ."dills.
('tr::tr Clit'rKtWM? am! i!ar.Niuu Si n-eL;
A. M. JOtlNSOX.
MA XI." FAf "Tl - X K KS OF
SAILS. TENTS. AWNINGS,
Ami pwrythittir oNc ikeriaiiiitts to our
Lowest Price and BestW q?k
For your IHom-y,
At tiie Old Stand.
Leave your orders nml get j'our work
rlone al once.
d. II ESS. t CO.
.Voticc or Applirntion to Ciirclinsc
T AM OFFICE AT VANCOUVEK. W.T..
lJ .MayiSKh, 1?83.
Notice is hereby given that in eonidiniiee
with the provisions of the Aet of Coneress
'approved dime 3. lM.s. entithtl "An act for
ithesak - orTimher l-nnds in the States of
I California. OreKim. Nevada, and ill Wash-
approved dime 3. Ws. entitlit "An act for
iiiton Territry." V.'alter M.Sieith.nf Mr.lt-
miui!ll! innntv ftrvi.Mi li..- tt.!L- Itlr.,1 ...
tills oftieelus appili-atiou to pun-rinse the
ii orth-east x ot seel ion t. Towitihiii 0 north,
of Kanjre .", west, of the Willamette Meridian,
Testimony in theahove ease will Ik taken
Ikefore the Kejrfster and Keeeher at Van
eouvrr. Wash. Ter, on Mondav. the l-Ith
dav of AtHjust.
Any and all jeron having adverse ehtitns
to the above deserilnid lands or any portion
thereof, are hereby required to file their
claims in this ottiee within sixty t0 days
iroui itaic uereoi.
MCKI). W. Sl'AULIXf;.
I. "W. CASE,
IMi'OKTKR AND WHOLESALE AND 11 E
TAIL DKALER IN
Corner Chenamu3 and Cass street..
ASTORIA - - - OREGON
OE THE CHOP HOUSE
Can prove by his Iiooks that he is doing the
biggest business of any
In the city, and he will guarantee to yive
the. best meal for cash.
Drugs and Chemicals
J.E. THOMAS, y
Prescriptions, carefully compounded
Day or Night.
Union India Rubber
I'ure I'ara Gum
KRWAltK OF IMITATIONS !
He sure the lioots arc stamped CI2ACK
PROOF on the heels, and have the PURE
GUM SPRINGS on the foot and Instep,
which prevent their cracking or breaking.
We are now making them with RUBUER
AND ASBESTOS Soles which will make
them last more than twice as long as any
Rubber hoots made.
FOR SALE BY ALL DEALERS.
ALL KINDS RUBBER BELTING. PACK
ING, HOSE. SPRINGS. CLOTHING.
BOOTS AND SHOES. Etc.
GOODYEAR RUBBER CO.
R. H. PEAhE. Jr. i Agents.
S.M.RUNYOX, f San Eraneisco.
For Sale or Rent.
A GOOD BUSINESS PROPERTY IN Up
per Astoria, consisting of
Grocery Store and Suloon. with
warehouse :ml Wharr.
j Stock will he sold with buildings if do
; sired. Interests in oilier business are the
reasons Tor selling.
JXotice Is hereby given to iHjrsoas Indebted
to undersigned, that all accounts must be
settled before Aug. 1st.
.For full particulars Inquire of
M-2wks N. JOIIANSEN.
f. - m
We have trulay linishol openini: and putting in order the
ens Si e&3& of floods
L'on.qht in Snn Francisco by B. F. STEYENS.
('. P. JMOKF.IT will be found behind the counter. His long established repu
tation as a good antl reliable salesman is all that need be said.
You ViSI Find Prices Lower than the Lowest.
B. F. STEVENS & CO.
TEK anplj to the Ciipl.tin. or -o
i.-iL'CCUSSOU TO .TAPKINS & MONTGOMERY.)
PLUMBING. GAS FITTING, AND CANNERY WORK
Attended to Promptly on Reasonable Terms.
CIIH5iAM!'S STS5F.Kl nxt to V. SV. Parker's Store.
A FUJLX STOCK ALWAYS ON HAND.
2D- 3EL. scawes,
Two doors cast ot Occident Hotel. ASTORIA, OREGON.
FURNITURE S BEDDING
AND DEALER IJN
Carpets, Oil Cloth, Wall Paper, MSrrors,
Window Shades, Lace Curtains, Picture Frames and Mouldings
"WINDOW CORNICES AND CURTAIN POLES
Complete In every branch.
MARTIN OLSEN &-00.
DEALERS IN j
Corner Ulnin antl Siiucmorrnn Streets. Astoria, Oreson.
WINDOW SHADES AND TRIMMINGS; WALL PAPER ETO
A Complete Stock.
PRICES AS CHEAP AS QUALITY WILL AFFORD.
AJ.I. KIJJVDS OF FITR3VITUKE REPAIRER A3SD TARICISHED.
General Commission Brokers.
Oniceon Cenevieve street, in tha root of
h, li. Hawes bnildiug.
A tSeneral Agency lHine?s transacted.
"ftJO JMORE JIONOrOLY IN NfiU'SIW
11 pers. The WEST SIIOKi:
Only 15 ets, a Copy
NEW YORK NOVELTY STORE.
READY FOR BUSINESS.
Saddle and Harness Shop.
A. J. CLOUTME.
All manner of Repairing, etc, attended to.
Shop in P-c;e?s new building on Cass street.
Eben P. Parker, Master.
j For TOWING, FREIGHT or CHAE-
II. B. PABKES.
Tin, Sheet Iron and Copper Ware.
A Geueral Assortment of
Magee Stoves and Ranges
The Best in the market,
i'lumblng goods of all kinds on hand. Job
work done In a workmanlike manner.
RANGE CAN BE HAD IN AS
TORIA ONLY OF
E, B. BAWE8,
CAIX AND EXAMINE IT. YOU
WILL BE PLEASED.
E.ILIIAWES is also agent for the
Bnct patent CooMng Stove
And other first-class stoves.
Furnace "WorJk, Steam JFit
,.iiiIs. etc., a specialty.
C. LF.INKNWKBEH. H. BSOWX
Alannfacturers and Importers ol
yLL KINDS OF
iWliolesale Dealers In
OIL AND TALLOW.
trnighest cash price paid lor Hides and
Brewery Beer Saloon.
QThe Best Beer 5 cts a Glass.
Hot Lunch every Day from 10 to 12 A. M
The test ot Liquors and Cigars on hand.
A deservedly popular place of social resort.