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m $Tvc 3nw storiHii. ASTOKIA, OREGON: SATURDAY- MAItCH 10, lhS3 The Eureka this moruinjj. steams northward Frosh meat takes anothor forward atop m price. E. C. IloUlen will have an auction sale at 10:30 this a. .m. J. L. Stout will have a ball at the Seariew house next Tuesday. Gustav Hansen and daughter ar rived horac on yesterday's steamer. The Puget Sonnd sealing fleet re jwrt good returnB this season, so far. Arthur Hollub, aged 23, dropped dead of heart disease in Portland last Thursday. There will be a special meeting of the White Star Packing Company this afternoon. The Oregon is due from Portland for San Francisco this a. m. She will take 2,001 cases salmon from here. A much needed improvement is being made in the building of a side walk from the Campi restaurant to Fosors. Parties from southern ports are unauimous m the assertion that our Astoria climate is unsurpassed in its loveliness. H. L. Pittock, manager of the Oregonian is in the city on his return from a five months visit to the east. He goes to Portland this morning. Rev. J. C. Baker not being able to fill his appointment, there will be no preaching at the Baptist church on Sunday. Sunday School at 2 o'clock P. M. The Cheesebrough Gnishcs dis charging to-day. The Selene is loaded and in tho stream; the Villard is ready, excepting the crew; the Jea nio Landles crossed out yesterday morning. 3Ir. F. M. Johnson, managing clerk of Wm. T. Coleman & Co's San Francisco house, is in the city. Ho is accompanied by Col. S. S. C. Parker, manager of tho Chicago agency of that firm. Negotiations have been in pro jrcss for somo time concerning the sale of Geo. W. Hume's saw mill. Terms were agreed upon yesterday. Dr. Aug. C. Kinney is the purchaser, paying therefor $32,500. William Pearson started down here from Portland with a sailor in tow last Thursday, but while going aboard the Fleetxeooil, fell in a' fit and narrowly escaped drowning. The sailor came down in charge of him self. Tho Presbytery of Oregon will hold its stated spring meeting at In dependence. Tho session will be opened Tuesday evening, March 20 th, at seven o'clock, with a sermou by the retiring moderator, Rev. J. V. Milligan of this city. Tho information comes in an un official way that it is probable Co. E, now stationed at Fort Canby will soon be transferred to Fort SteTens, and Co. C, of tho 4th artillery from San Francisco, with tho company now at Fort Stovcns, stationed at Fort Canby. For the month ending March 9th, the following pupils, of Miss Field's department, have not been absent or tardy and have an average standing of over 90: Annie Anderson, Sadio Crang, Katie Thrall, Katie Logan, Alfred. McClanahan, Charles Dovol and Mary Montelth. The Seattle Fost-Intclligenccr thinks if these accidents are to con tinue, getting rid of a steamer every month, the steamers of the Sound will need, active recruiting. There were none too many before, and three have been removed during the first quarter oi the xiresent year. Moro room for Columbia river boats. Tho Washington Improvement company has incorporated at Seattle. The primary object of. the new com pany is to connect the waters of Lakes Union and Washington, back of Se attle, and incidentally to supply the city with, water, run steamboats on the lakes, and use tho power to be ob tained for the purpose of manufac tures. From tho Standard we learn that the giant powder sent up tho Cowlitz last week, did its work, and cleared several big snags out of that river, &nd steamboats now have a good chan nel and plenty of water up to Toledo. Capt Kellogt who runs tho only steamboats up that river now, fur ak&edtho men for the work, and tie government furnished tho powder. Turn on More Steam. It is a matter of pleasure and con gratulation to our citizens that our San Francisco and eaEtern mail facili ties are so good. We get swift steamer mail twice a week; and so ad mirably is the service conducted that all the letters are dolivered in good reason to be answered without any huiry or scramble in time to get on the outgoing steamer. This is a great convenience, and one that is appreci ated; it stands in pleasing contrast to the service between hero and Port land. That is altogether wrong, and wholly inadequate. The mail steamer that leaves Portland should be a Mail steamer and not an accommodation tram. If the '"'benevolent monop oly" has business enough to justify wagging along from tree to tree all the way down the river wo are rejoiced thereat, but it is an injustice to this community to be compelled to wait for Portland and eastern Oregon mail till the shadows of evening have fallen over the landscape. It is a little over 100 miles from Portland down here. The Fleetwood seems to have no trouble in getting dow n here at two o'clock, and for the last two weeks the O. R. & N. -boats float majestically in at any time from four to six. If the Astoria juail were dumped aboard the dredger and turned loose, it would get hero eventually, but Astorians would like a little more promptness in this matter. We aro iuformed that "it will be all right before long." If it isn't it will be made all right, atid that too "before long." Portland's Liquor Licenses. There is a great variance in the opinion of parties interested in the new saloon ordinance passed by die council Wednesday and signed by the mayor yesterday. The jump from 50 per quarter to 200 was unex pected, and it is probable that an ef fort will bo made to have it reduced. It is claimed theso saloon keepers who refused to pay the 50 tax will refuse to pay the largo amount and still con tinue to dispense liquors in a way as to avoid detection and conviction, and those who have been conducting or derly, but small places will be tho suf ferers by it. Other saloon men be lieve that the high license will be tho means of shutting up the smaller places, thereby -concentrating tho business. The now law professes to prohibit the giving of liquors, with or without pay, to per sons, in any saloon which has no license, or in any place where liquor is usually dispensed. Mr. Honej'inan will have to explain his reasons for so suddenly paralyzing the business. A large number of dealers will deposit their $200 promptly on the first of the month. Standard. Salmon. On every steamer come great quantities of cannery supplies; the money spent for these supplies aggre gates a vast amount; a leading canner informed us yesterday that his thread bill for the season amounted to $30, 000 already. As there will be thirty eight canneries in operation this season, it will be seen how that one item foots up. It is calculated that there will be 1,000 boats put into the water by tho 10th of next month, though it is not probable from present indications that the run will begin much before tho loth. The price of tho raw material and. the canned pro duct constitute tho principal topic of present discussion. One packer has contracted with fishermen owning their own gear for salmon at ninety cents. In regard to the markot for the fish nothing definite can be said. It is thought that the high price of meat must necessarily have its influ ence on canned goods, but tho influ ences that will determine tho state of the market arc yet too remote to ad mit even of conjecture. Tho schooner Bonanza, for Shoal water bay, passed northward last Thursday. Furnished rooms to rent at Mrs. P. J.Goodman's, corner Concomloy aud Madison" streets. Shoalwater bay eysters: fresh every day, at Frank Fabre's. A good housekeeper wants employ ment in a private lamily. Apply at 1'ioneer Kestaurant. At Carl Adler's mav be found all the latest sheet music, the most popular waltzes, uance music, etc Tho youthful color, beauty and lus tre aro gradually restored to gray hair by Parker's Hair Balsam. Easter cards in beautiful variety at Carl Adler's. Waxted. 3 furnished or unfurnished rooms for light housekeeping in a pri vate house to be ocupied March 15th. Address W. E. T., astokiax office. Boston Brown bread every Saturday at F. B. Elberson's bakery. Brace up the 'whole system with KiDg or tne tfiooa. bee Advertisement. A California View. Following is how tho California Grocer and Conner looks at it: The spring season of 1883 is close at hand, with everything in readiness on the part of canners, except to settle upon a price to be paid for fish. On tho Columbia river last year 75 cents apiece was the ruling price for fish. Thus far this season no price has been made, although the general impres sion prevailed about the first of the year that 80 cents would be the figure. This price is thought by far too high, when taken into consideration that the canners have to supply the fisher men with outfits, which are expensive and, as a rule, do not last more than one season at best, while tho los of outfits, some seasons amounts to thousands of dollars. Competition among cannera (of whom there aro by far too many on the Columbia river at present for the general good of all concerned) will, if the present spirit of bidding continues, run fish up to high figures. One large packer has come to the front and offers 90 cents each for fish. This, be it known, is regardless of size both large and small being counted. Taking tho price last season (75 cents) against 90 cents, which is being offered this sea son, and the packers will find an ad ditional cost of 45 cents per case, or about llj- cents per dozen for 1-lb tins. ThiB, in connsction with high rates of freight, will mo3t beautifully lessen profits, unless contract rates are raised above the present basis. As a rule canners are holding off and are not rushing into contracts, and the chances are that a month or six weeks will pass before much, if any, business in futures will be transacted. By that time the price of fish to fisher men will have- been settled. Tho Eu ropean market will bo in a better con dition for speculation, as tho stock carried abroad at present is very largo, much of which, if reports are true, is not high grade, and therefore drags, when offered in round lots, at only a slight concession. Our local market shows littlo or no change. A few spot lots have changed bauds at current rates. A report was circu lated a few days ago that 12, 000 cases choice Sacramento river had been con tracted for at $1.25, f. o. b. cars, by the Benicia Packing Company to parties east. The company denies tho truth of this report, and claim that $1.27 has been offered. (Salmon swim strong and aro hard to catch.) DIXLIXE of max. Impotency of mind, limb, or vital function, nervous weakness, sexual debility; etc., cured by World's Dis pensary Medical Association, Buf falo, N. Y. Address with two stamps, for pamphlet. The. Old Veteran. Joe Charters. Astoria's tonsorial art ist is Gtting up a fine new establishment next to Frank Fabre's. Past reputa tion a guarantee of good work. "Come and seo inc." For Male. A sloop which will carry five or six tons is in Reed order. Abo one Bain spring wagon, with two seats; is as good as new, would make an excellent farm wagon. For particulars enquire of N. Jouaxsex. Astoria, March 3, 1SK1. 42vk AT CAKLi ADLKIfS. Just received new -books by the thous theus and: Seaside and Franklin Square nov els, splendidly printed, 10, 15, and 20 cents; clocks and silverware; baby car riages, blank books, stationery, roller skates, accordeons, musical instruments and musicians' supplies, a splendid stock of fresh goods. AH the patent medicines advertised in this paper, together with the choicest Eerfumery, and toilet articles, etc- can eboueht at the lowest lirices. at J. W. Conn's drug store, opposite Occident hctel, Astoria. Rawlins's fruit stand has been re moved from the old location to the building next E. A. Quinn's, on Main street. Have you tried a stew or pan roast as Frank Fabre cooks it ? Order or.o and you'll thank us for the advice. Foi Dyspepsia andLiver Complaint, you have a printed cuarantee on ever bottle of Shiloh's Vitalizer. It never fails to cure. Sold by W. E. Dement. Shiloh's Cuhk will immediately relieve Croup, whooping cough and Bronchitis. Sold by W. E. Dement. Physicians' prescriptions carefully compounded day or night at J. . Conn's drug store, opposite Occident Hotel. Ladies and all sufferers from neu ralgia, hysteria' and kindred com plaintswill And without a rival Brown's Iron Bitters. Cold boiled ham. brown bread and Boston baked beans at "JeffV Variety Chop liouhe every night, near Stephans Theatre sign of the red and green light. Open all night. Boston Bated Beans at "JenV Va riety Chop House everj' night Baby carriages, twenty-five differ ent styles, at Carl Adler's. Hallo! Where are you going? Why to Frank Fabre's for a pan roast. P. J. Goodman, on Chenamus street has just received the latest and most fashionable stylo of gents and ladiet boots, shoes, etc Agent in Astoria for the famous Morrow shoes. A Competent Watchmaker And engraver at Carl Adler's. All work warranted. Ucpairing a specialty. The Astoria Marhle "Works. The proprietor will furnish plans and designs when required for all cemetery vork, curbing, walls, coping, etc. Slate can seamcrs for canneries. citrous OxIc Gas. Painless extraction of terth at Dr. LaForces dental rooms out i. W. Com store. 1?urmhcl Rooms to Rent At 3Irs. Denny Curran's. On Cass street near Congregational church. Frank Fahrc's Oyster ami Chop Hoxi.se. Tho?e wishinga nice plate of Eastern or Shoalwator bay ojsters cooked in any style, or an early lireakfaNt before going aboard the boat, should call and sec him. Fresh Eastern and Shoahvatcr bay ojsters received by everv steamer. Oyster! Oysters!! At Frank Fabre's; in every Fresh from the beds every day. !h' Uluthcrfl! 31 others!! 3Iot:ri-: 1 Are you disturbe-1 at night and broken of vour rest by a sick child Millering and crying with the- excruciating pain of cutting teeth .' If so, go at once and get a bottle of Mrs. Window's Soothing Syrup, it will relieve the oor littlw suf ferer immediately depend uiwn it; there is no mistake about it- Then Ls not a mother on earth who has ever used it, who will not tII ou at once that it will reculate the bowels, and give rest to the mother, and relief and health to the child, operating like magic. it is perfectly sate to use in all cases, and pleasant to the taste, and is the pre scription of one ot the oldest and beat lemaie. physicians and nurses m the United States. Sold everywhere. 25 cents a bottle. Penny Wisdom Pound Polly. It is foolish to save the little that SOZODOXT costs, and sufTcr what will result in bad teeth and large payments todentisLs. Place a bottle ot it on the toilet, use five drops only of it every time after eating, cleanse the mouth, and show your wisdom. Good Tor Ilabfrt. With a baby at breast nothing is so useful for quieting my own and baby's nerves as Parker's Ginger Tonic, It prevents bowel complaints, and is bet ter than any stimulant to give strength and appetite. A Newark Mother. Nature's Own True Laxative. As agreeable to the taste as the fruit from which it is made, prompt and Rainless in its action on the liver and owels, the great remedy. Syrup of Figs is selling rapidly and giving satis faction to all. Children cry for it on account of its pleasant taste, and grown people arc beginning to use it exclu sively, as it leaves them feeling better than any other remedy. W. E. Dement and Co. have been appointed agents for Astoria. Hodge Davis & Co., WhoIesaleAgents, Portland Oregon. Why will you cough when Shiloh's Cure will give immediate relief. Price 10 cts 50 cts and Si. Sold by W. E. De ment. Arc you made miserable by Indi- uositiv E. Dement. Remember the place where you can get your pure fresli chocolate, creams and molasses candy, at Oerkwitz oppo site the Bell tower. For the genuine J. II. Uullw old Bourbon, and the be.t of wines, liquors and San Franeisco beer, call at life Gem opposite the bell tower, and sec Camp bell. The Peruvian syrup has cured thou sands who were suffering from dyspep sia, debility, liver complaint, boils, hu mors, female complaints, etc: Pamph lets free to any address. Seth W. Fowl &Son- Boston. Fancy soaps and iK'rfumery of all kinds can be found at J. YV. CnunVdriig store, opposite Occident hotel. Shiloh's Catarrh Remedy a posi tive cure for Catarrh, Diptiieriu and Canker Mouth. Sold by V. E. Dement. "Hackmetack," a lasting and fra grant perfume. Price 2T and ."i0 cents, Soldby W.E. Dement. Columbia Rivnr Export. SHIPMENTS FOKKIOK. JlKCAMTULATIOX JAXUAKY '$1. 291.873 bus. wheat ? axvno GG.237 bbls flour. 257,170 Total, 8 cargoes S 3SWS6 RECAl'ITULATIOX FKIJKUAKY. Wheat. lG0.9oa bus., value S 179.19? Flour, 29,450 bbK, " 141,403 Total, jcarcoes ? 325.C91 31ARCH. 3 To Qitccmloicn jtcrZIaru Hogarth. From Portland 32.101 bus wheat ?:r7.(0 3 To Qwxnttotcn per Bcticlel; Late From Portland CG.40Cbus wheat 73,030 " Astoria 7.K0 " " . S.357 Totals 71.226 $52-W -To Valparaiso per KM. From Portland 503,523 ft lumber S0.M0 7 To Quecnttoicn per Trcrcyon. From Portland 14.183 bbls flour STOiUr; Astoria 1.572 - " 7.SG2 Totals 15,755 $7S; 9 To QuecnlowiiKrJeanic Ijandle. From Portland G3fl2S bus wheat $M.tG3 - Astoria 10.037 " ".010 Totals.. .73,953 S77or Notice. PROPOSALS WILL HE KE- CEALKD wivPfi nrtho office of the county clerk until noon of April 4th, 1&S3. for the liurial of the dead who ma., have to be hurled at the expense f the county llyonlerol the County Court. d-w tf K. JC Sl'EDDEN, Clerk. Notice. ALL PEKSOKS AltE llhKtui un tied uot to purchase a promissory note LL PKKSOXS AltE IIEKEUY forSlSO. riven by the undersigned TInnum9n nnnrnbout the 7th of AUZUSt. IV M 1SS2, or a mortgage to secure the payment of said note, given iiy myself and wife on the same date, as said note and mortpaRO will be contested for want r,n-$dj11I10'Ls. Astoria, Oregon, Mat:h2nd, 1SS3. iu3-lnk fff TO LOAN IN SUMS to suit. fflO.vyv on real estate security, pply to BOZORTH & JdHNS. ANKRUPT -OF- WORTH tj Goods, Fancy Goods, MlhUNERY, 6L0THINQ, HATS., Bio. "Will be Disposed of at ERIPF BANKRUPT STORE! ISAACS & SUMMERFIELD, - CONSIGNEES. Wednesday, March 7th. GOODS WILL BE SOLD IRRESPECTIVE OF VALUE. An Inkling of 20 yards of Plniri Dress Goods for Satins in nil shades, per yard 20 yards of Bleached Muslin, yard wide 1.00 Berlin Zephyrs, all shades, an ounce .- 5 Men's Business Suits 7.00 Men's Dress Suits 10.00 Men's Colored Hose, per doz 50 Men's Shaker Socks, per doz 1.50 Ten thousand miscellaneous articles worth from 50 cts. to $2.50 will, by order of the Sheriff, be placed on our TEN GEET, A25TX 3PXKXX" CENT TABLES. ISAACS & SUMMERFIELD, Corner Slain and Concomly Streets. Every one knows the place: Nearly opposite the Parker House. HOTELS AND RESTAUKASTS. PARKER HOUSE, 21. It. I'AItKEK. Prop.. ASTORIA, - - OREGON. FIRST CLASS HOTEL. ALL MODEKN IMPUOVEMENTS. HOT A.I COLD BATHS. Good Billiard Table, and First Class Sa loon stocked with Fine Liquors. era-FKEE COACH TO THE HOUSE.-WI AS TOR HOUSE. TIIKO. HltOK.ll.sr.ir, Prop'r, ASTOKIA. ... - OREGON. Hotel New & Newly Furnished PRICES. From SI. OO to fe2.00 per day, ac cording !o room. Best of Wines. Liquors and Cigars AT THE BAB. IT IS A FACT THAT Jeff's VARIETY CHOP HOUSE, on Concomly Street is the Best in Town. THAT II; has Always ou Hand FRESH Shoal "Water Baj and East ern Oy.Mter. THAT " JEFF" IS THE BOSS CATERER. THAT He linn been Proprietor of llic "Aurora Hotel" In Knapiiton hCAenycar. OPEN DAY AND NIGHT. ROSCOE'S FIRST CLASS Oyster Saloon, CHENAMUS STREET, ASTORIA. mHE UXIIKKSIOXED IS PLEASED TO X ani eneri ft aunnuuev to tin public that lie has op- KIKKT CIiASM 3ESsLt33.& TTouse, And fumWiei hi first-class stylo OYSTKiy HOT COFFEE vr THE TEA, K1C Ladies' and Gent's Oyster Saloon, CHKXAMCS STREET. Please give me a call. ROSCOEIDIXON, Proprietor PIONEER RESTAURANT, I'nder the management of J. G. KOSS. A good placo to stop at when you como to town. Every arrangement for the comfort and convenience ot guests. Terms reasonable. Cleaning S Repairing. NEAT. CHEAP AND QUICK. BY GEOItGK JL.OVETT, Main Street, opposite N. Loeb'a. STOCK! DOLLARS OF ONEIL'S the Prices: $1.00 50 BILLIARDS! BILLIARDS! JAS. 3IAC03IBEK. Has opened a rr Temperance Billiard Parlor Next to Geo. W. Hume's Store. Fresh Eastern and Shoalwater Bay Oysters in every Style FINEST CIGARS AND TOBACCO, Tea, Coffee, and Chocolate ; Pies, Cakes Sandwiches, etc., at the Counter. Also In connection with the Parlor A Fine Shoeting: Gallery. ENLARGEMENT FOARD & STOKES, Our Rapidly Increasing Business Compels an Enlargement of Our Premises. A full line of choice GROCERIES and PROVISIONS. Sole Agents for the celebrated rOTKERO COMPRESSED YEAST. Mi are ani Slip Clanilery. A. VAN DUSEH & GO., DEALERS IK Hardware and Ship Chandlery, Pure Oil, Bright Varnish, Binnacle Oil, Cotton Canvas. Hemp Sail Twine. Cotton Sail Twine. Lard Oil, Wrought Iron Spikes. Galvanized Cut Nails. Agricultural Implements, Sowing' Machines, Paints and Oils, Groceries, etc. GERMANIC BEER HALL xsn BOTTLE BEER DEPOT. CHKKAMCS STaRKT. ASTOEU. The Best of Lager 5 Cts. a Glass Orders for the Gelel)ratea CotaMa Brewery Left at this place will be promptly attend ed to. SSr-No cheap San Francisco Beer sold at this place WM. BOCK.Propriotor. ASTORIA Brewery Beer Saloon. The Best Beer 5 cts a Glass. Hot Lunch every Day from 10 to 12 A. II The best of Liquors and Cigars on hand. A deservedly popular place of social resort. GEO. HILLEB. C. H. COOPER, GENERAL MERCHANDISE. THE THE ZtS.&DISrQ Dry Goods 1 Clotliin OF ASTOKXS,. Received a consignment of Ladies Cloaks, Dolmans, Circulars and Ulsters from a manufacturer that must be closed out in the the next 20 days at half price, CONSISTING OF SEAL PLTJSH CLOAKS REDUCED! RHADAME SATIN DOLMANS SEDUCED! BLACK DIAGONAL DOLBIANS REDUCED! SATEEN SURRAH DOLBIANS REDUCED! CIRCULARS, ULSTERS & WRAPS REDUCED! tSTThis sale is genuine and bona fide and to satisfy the public we would wish an inspection of these goods as to price and quality. I s: Xa ss r KNTGTITS OF PYTHIAS ID. A. McINTOSE TIIE 2iew stock of Foreign ami American CASSI3IEKES. TWEEDS, Etc, of tlie ISEWEST 3?ATTEKIVS. Special attention is directed to the latest shapes in soft and stiff Hats. Nobby Young Men's Jlats. Gent's Furnishing' Goods ! A full line of Men's Underwear. Hosiery, Dress Shirts, Gloves, etc., etc. Men's ami Boy's Dress Suits, OCCIDENT BLOCK, - ASK FOR Union India Rubber Go's Turo Tara Gum CRACK PROOF RUBBER BOOTS. BEVTARK OF J3UTATIOXS ! He Mire the Hoots are stamped CRACK PROOF on the heels, and have the PURE GUM SPRINGS on the foot and Instep, which prevent their cracking or breakinp. We are now making them with RUBBER AXD ASBESTOS Soles which will make them last more than twice as long as any liubber boots made. FO II SALE BY ALL DEALERS. ALL KINDS KUBI5EU BELTING. PACK ING, HOSE. SPRINGS. CLOTHING, HOOTS AND SHOES. Etc COODYEAR RUBBER CO. It. 11. PEASE. Jr. I Agents. S. M. ltUNYON, f San Erancisco. Administrator's Notice. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE undersigned hastthis day been appointed by the Honorable county court, of the State of Oregon, countv of Clatsop, administrator of the Estate of John Gustaf Franscn, de ceased, and who was generally known by the name of Frank Brown. All persons hav ing claims against said estate are hereby notified to present the same, with proper vouchers dulv verified, tome at the oTMce of Union Packing Company, at Astoria, Clatsop County. Oregon, within six months 00C01 the d: from ire of this notice. AH iwrsons m- debted to said estate will call and settle the same with me at once. P. F. JOHNSON. x Administrator. Astoria,. February 27th, 18S3. dlw Attention Longshoremen. TOUABE HEREBY NOTIFIED THAT the regular meetings shall be held on the first Monday of each month, at 7 r. i You will govern yourselves accordingly. By order of tha President. A. JIALTMAN, d lnt Bee. Sec'y. For Sale. mHE SLOOP. "LAST CHANCE."- -FOB X particular? enquire at 31. Wise's store, or address G. "W. Birchard, Gray's River, W. T. I XL ff Mouse 11? o :es. 33 BUILDTSTG, ASTORIA. . fe-- ?&iiWJl!MiMJHBBBR BMB LEADING A fine assortment of Xeek. wearj Business Suits and Overcoats. ASTOKIA, OKECOS. ifrw! SOLID GOLD JEE Lili- B3RiiQSL "S" 5n5 Scarf Pins, Chains Watches, Of every description. The finest stock of Jewelry in Astoria. Es?AH goods warranted as represented. GUSTAV HANSEN, JEWELER. PreM,TiiitIons earefnll' compounded Day or Night. ' I ! Drugs and Chemicals I s IS Ja druggist I Pharmacist, ? j . t ?ASTGR!A.c f - A 2 h 1 j 1 : i PreM,TiiitIons earefnll' compounded 3 Day or Night. -j . . '---.