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TUESDAY. August 5, 1873
DOyi STRIKE THAT COJ5T.
Don't you str&e that cow
For her days are almost numbered now,
And the is old? and" feeble.
She 's given yu the best of food,
jffilk and cream that's rich and'good,
And cheese ancL,buiter for our table !
She has been the family Js stay ;
She has been foithful, every day;
She mothers the team that draws our plow,
And is a friend that never yet did fail,
"Was never known to " kick the pail,"
So do not strike that cow I
Go count the wrinkles on her horn,
She was old before 3'ou were born
And you would act the tyrant now.
She hab been to you your foster mother;
"lias fed your sister and your brother;
And, you would -strike that cow!
You have crummed your bread in her milk
AndSier profit bought the biljkv
That 't in your mother's Sundays wear.
From that old cow I got my btart,
From that old cow I'll never part
Now strike her if you dare!
Xillamook, July 31, 1S73. b. a. b.
CLARKE, HENDERSON & COOK.
This Space is Reserved I
"WiiEREA&y Under the Act of the Legis
lative assembly of the State of Oregon,
Qi.Utled " an Act to-protectrlitigants," ap
proved. October. 24th,, 1S70.. The Titi
Vj:kkly Astoria, a newspaper pub
lished at Astoria Clatsop County Oregon,
Han been designated to publish the legal
and judicial advertisements for the county
of Clatsop in the State of Oregon.
Whereas, The proprietor of said Tri
"Weekly Astorian has filed with the
Qounty Clerk of said county of Clatsop
written, stipulations accepting the condi
tions of said Act, together with a bond
approved as the law directs, with a proper
return and notice thereof to this office, ac
cording to law.
Now, therefore, the said Tri-"Weekly
Astorian is hereby .proclaimed to be ap
pointed and confirmed as the medium
through which all legal and Judicial ad
vertisements for the County of Clatsop in
the State of Oregon shall be published
for the period authorized by law.
In testimony whereof I have hereunto set
my hand and caused the seal of the State of
Oregon tQ.be affixed, at the Executive
office in the city, of Salem this twenty
fourth day of July a. il.1873.
- By tho Uovernorr.
,, , L.FvGROVER.
- L. S - Atte3t: S. F. .Chadwick,
' -v-s Secretary of State.
To Investors, Tho Northern Pacific
Railroad Company has now built, equipped
and put in operation, nearly 317 miles of its
main line of road through an excellent coun
try and along what is known as the Valley
Route to tho Pacific. Tho finished, portions
already enjoy a largo and fast increasing
traffic. Tho.sections approaching completion
connect the chain of Lakes with tho navigation
of tho Upper Missouri and Columbia rivers
with Puget Sound, secure at once a large and
Profitable business and entitle the Company
to about 10,400,000 acres of excellent average
land in fee simple.
With these accomplished results, tho Com
pany offers, and is now rapidly selling, its
First Morgago Bonds, for completing tho
construction and oiuipment of its road across
the Continent After careful investigation,
wo recommend those bonds as a well secured
and unusually profitable investment. They
havottO years to run; principal and interest
aro payable in gold; the interest (seven and
three-tenths per cent) is equal now to about
SJ4 per cent in currency. Tho coupon, and
registered bonds can bo exchanged Itfr each
other, at tho pleasure of tho holder. Gold
checks for tho somi-annual interest on the
registered bonds aro mailed to tho post affico
address of the owner.
These securities havo tho following elements
of-strcngth and safety: They aro tho obliga
tion of a strong corporation; they are also a
mortgage on thelioad, it right of way, equip
ments and franchises, and a first lean on its
net earnings. In addition to this usually suf
licient security, there is pledged for tho pay
ment of tho principal and interest a Grant of
Land, averaging about 2-1,000 Acres per Milo
for the entire length of tho Koad. At tho
average prico per aero at which other Land
(Irants have thus far boon sold, this real estate
security will yield more than Sltf 1,000 per
mile more than three times tho possible is
sue of bonds.
Tho Company has already begun tho pro
cess of redpeming and cancelling its first mort
gage bonds, as thoy are now being received,
at 1.10 in payment and oxchange for tho Com
pany's lands. . JAY COOKE & CO.,
Philadelphia, New York & Washington,
Financial Agents N. P. It. It. Co.
ASTORT.VN OKFI E, AugUSt 4.
Following 19 & correct list of prices ruling in
tlii-j market to-day:
Siisnrc Cribbed 1 lb..... l')
San Francisco Glden IS
S:uidwich Wand 12M
Coffeo Costa Rica 2"i
Fredi Ground , JuY
Teas Young Hyson SI
Japan y t .Jtf
Flour Salem Mill's t sack .". 1 50
MealK sack .....2 00
O'nickcrs HI lt 10
Candles 4 .25
P.ico k 10
Salt cwt I 00
Salenvtuslb k i . 121
Soda .: 1235
Yinoar '$ gallon : ;.....'. 50
Golden Syrup gallon .. .7"
Hams 3 to.r. i.. :il18
1 aeon ci tb ." ......:....iactto
Lard V 11UK
Butter V. lb JM&X)
JZiSS t doxon .-. :. L.i25
i hcese 1ft lb -......'. 20r2o
Applos Gren bushel 1 00
Peaches dried lb.. .. 14 IS
Honey lb ; ...2o
PotaU)C4.lb...M.....-,rwA0Id:jLc,3W 2c '
Mln ut . wit fy !
' WJ l t"-'..i
TJESE SEASIDE-, HO USE.
MR. C. II. DEXTBI .Formerly of tho "Cliff
Houbo." Sam Francisco, announces to his
friends and'thc- public that he has leased tho
now and elegante Hotel' rcoenfcly orected by
Eon Holladay, Es., upon tho sito of tho old
Summer House, aUCiatsop ieauh. Tho houso
is elegantly furnished, and possesses all mod
orn improvements. A large andspacious Din
ing ltoom, liilliard lvoom, extensivo PaTlors,
liath hoonis, Kooms cnisuite, etc., etc., all
well arranged for tho comfort of Guests. The
Grounds aie beautifully laid out A half-mile
ltaco Track, with Shell diivo; Cro.iuot Ground
Children's Hay Ground, Swings, etc., etc.
Boats upon-febo creek; plenty of Trout Fishing;
a splendidt. Stable, with Saddle Horses for
those who wish for E luestrian rides ever the
Leach; Lathing Houses, for Salt ater Lath
ing md in fact, everything necessary for tho
Pleasure Seeker, the Tourist or tho Invalid.
Ucean, mountain, borestand luvor fccenory,
comoincd, make this the finest Place of ltcsort
in tho orld. Iho climate is cnuable never
subject to extromes of heat or cold and one of
tho healthiest places upon "the Globe. The
Table will be unexcelled, and tho subscriber
pledges himself that nothing will bo left un
done for the .pleasure and comfort of his Pat
rons. Terms moderate and satisfactory.
CHAKLES 11. DEXTER.
CENTRAL MARKET, Stalls No. 27 and 28.
JOHNSOX & SPAULDESTG,
Dealers in all kinds of FRESH MEATS, and
packers of Beef and Pork. Tho highest price
paid for all kinds of fat stock. j2i)tf
ORTLAXD BOX FA CTOR1" North Front
street, Portland, Oregon.
Boxes of every description constantly on handr
and made to order. Orders addressed to John
Harlow, corner of First and E streets, will
meet with prompt attention. j29tf
(Fifteen Miles Northwest of Astoria.)
At Unity, Baker's Bay, W. T.f
THE UNDERSIGNED HAS PURCHASED
tho above houso at this favorite resort.
Having' thoroughly renovated and furnished
tho same with new material it will be kept in
The tablo will be furnished with the best tho
markot affords. Fresh Fish, Oysters and
Clams in every style. No pains will bo spared
to mako guests comfortable.
Tho above hou&e is only ono and a half mile3
from, the Ocean BeaclL, where angleis may en
joy rare sport Boats, carrying passengers,
will ply between Unity and Astoria., connect
ing with Columbia River boats. Tri-weekly
stages will run between Unity and Shoal
water Bay. JOHN HUNTER, Pioprietor.
? THE PORTLAND
CLTAS. P. BEOWjN, Propr.
Are now prepared to furnish Ice to consumers
in any part of the city a2K cents per pound.
Ico will bo proporly packed" and shipped to
consumers elsewhere at tho same rate. Orders
will receive prompt attention.
Address, CHAS. F. BROWN,
j2Htf Portland Ice Work?.
Cornor Third and Salmon Streets,
"Writ of Special Election. '.
To the Sheriffs of the several Coimljfe
within the State of Oregon :
Whereas. At a general election hold on fife
third day of Juno. a. n., 1S72, tho Hon. Josar
S. Wilson was duly elected Representative qT
the State of Oregon in tho Forty-third Congx
of the United States and '
Whereas, Since the said electior, said offlSi
has becomo vacant by tho doath of said incHnj
Whereas, By provision of tho ConstituiJBji
of tho United States, and tho laws of this Stati,
it has becomo tho duty of the Governor thertj'
of to issue his writ of election to fill such -
cancy; Now, therefore, I, L. F. Grover, Gorerlfer
of the Stato of Oregon, do hereby command
you and each of you to notify tho several
Judges of Election within and for your sovoni.
counties, to hold a special election of Repre
sentative in -Congress to fill tho vacancy afore
said, on Monday, tho (13) thirteenth day oT
October, 1873, and that you cause all proper
notices to bo given thereof accrding to lam
Givon under my hand and tho seal of tt
State of Oregon, at Salem, this tenth day oT
July, a. d. 1S73.
L- S. L. F. GROVER
Attest: S. F. Chadwick.
Secrotary of Stato Oregon.
UPRIGHT PIANOS MADE TO ORDER.
CSrFianos and Organs Repaired and Tuned.
ALL "WORK GUARANTEED.
OREGON BOOT, AND SHOE STORE!
A. C. "WIRT,
Is propared to entertain tho pulilfc norsos
and Coach, with Baggage W agon and careful
drivers to convey parties to any point
MRS, CLOUTRIE WISHES TO INFORM
tho public that sho has completed her
largo now two-story houso, which is hard
finished throughout, and is now prepared to
receive visitors ab this well known resort.
S. M. RARR, J. C. KING3LKY.
BARR & KINSLEY,
RINCIPAL RETAILERS OF THE STA
ple brands of Eastern. California and Ore
gon Boots and Shoes, No. 135 First street cor
nor Yamhill, Portland. Oregon.
rt With our long experience and small ox
pense wo aro onabled to sell cheaper than any
other house in tho city of Portland. As tho
proverb goes $1 00 saved is $2 00 made: Call
and sec and givo us your trade.
BARR & KINGSLEYr.
T7ISIT0RS WILL FIND THE ABOVE
V named Houso opon for tho entortaSiment
of guests during tho season, as usual
Mrs. M . Pagers,
PRIVATE BOARDING HOUSE,
Corner of Cass and Jefferson stroots.
Co to C- A. SHEPPARD'S !
Corner of Yamhill and Eirst streets,
Grocories GROCERIES Grocorio3
WHOLESALE OR RETAIL.
BQJ-The best stoc of STAPLES and TEA
in Oregon. All goods-waxrantod.
Pacific Boot and Shoo Storo,
S. W. Cornor First and. Morrison Stacetsr
HOTICE I- HEREBY GIVEN THAT 3T
virtue of a warrant issued by GharhS'
Stovens, Recorder of tho town of AstoriS, .
Oregon, and dated July 7th a. p. 187.5, conS
manding me to, levy upon tho goods and chaR
tolsofW. P. Burns, delinquent tax payor, do
lot No. 4, in Block No. 144, in the Town oT
Astoria County of Clatp and Stato of OrogoiS,
assessed tor the improvement of jUnin streefc-
ln said town a. d. lb'J, as laid out and recor?
ed by Cyrus Olney, and upon which assos
meat there remains duo ane unnaid tho sir
of $20 00 and in default of any personal prqt
erty, l navo this day levied upon said lot Ni
4 in Block io. 144, m said town of Astoria
provided ny law, and on Tuesday tho oth dav
of August 1878, at tho hour of ti. o'clock v. MToii
that day I will soil, tho above described lot)
No. 4, in Block 144, at tho Council Chamber
door, in tho Town of Astoria Clatsop Coun&
Oregon to tho highest bidder therefor in go&.
or savor com, to recover said sum ot Satjju
and accruing costs and expenses of sale,
AY. M. CHANCE, City Marshall
Astoria Orogon, July 7th 1S78.
American Exchange Hotel
Cor. Front and Washington streets.
QTJIMBY & PERKINS.... PROPRIETORS
Free Coach to tho House.
CHEMEKETA IIOTEL-Salem, Oregon.
WESLEY GRAVES, Pkopmktor,
fiSTTho cheapest andbestHotel in tho Stato.
Frco Coach to tho House.
(Kopt on tho European Plan,)
ZIEBER & HOLTON PROPRIETORS
Cornor Stark and Front streets, Portland.
DRIARD HOUSE H. Caziiian, Proprietor.
View street, Victoria. British Columbia.
T1MPIRE HOUSE J. O'Buien. Proprietor.
Jit Opposito Railroad depot and Steamboat
rs.ON AND ATTER THIS DATE I WILL
sell, for Cash, of California mako, Ladies 1st
quality 18 thread lasting Kid foxed Bal
morals $2 f0, Former prwoS. 00
2d quality Hi thread do 1 7.", ' 2 50
Missos 1st quality do 2 00, " 2 50
Misses 2d quality do 1 50, " 2 00
Children's 1st qual. do 1 50, " 2 00
Children's 2d quaL do 125, " 150
GEO. A. PEASE.
JUSTICE COURT FOR THE PRECINtTI
of Asteria: Civil action to recovor lnoapj.
Stato of Orogon, County of Clatsop sa:'
George BircKard, Plaintiff, )
vs. -To Thomas US-
Thomas Dungan,Defond'nt J gan tho defond'ni
above named: In tho namo of tho Stato yf
Oregon, you aro horoby required to appear bfr,
foro tho undersigned, a Justico of tho Peacp
for tho Precinot aforesaid, on tho i:Jtli day sf
August, 1873, at U o'clock in the forenoon pf
said clay, at tho ofiico of said Justice, inlaid'
Precinctj to answer tho abovo named Plaintiff
in a civd action. Tho Defendant will taKft
notice, that if ho fail to answer tho complaint
herein, tho Plaintiff well take judgment against
him for S8U 2-V10U dollars, and cost3 and ci2K
bursemonts of this action.
Given undor my hand this, 18th day of JtS
1873. II. B. PARKED, J ustico of tho PeacSL
fifTThis Summons is published by an orde
of H. B. Parker, Justico of tho Poaco for Ai
toria precinct, made tho 18th day of Juno 1K7S
l,w WM. L. McEWAN, Att'y for Pltfl
E. MIL WAIN,
95 Front and 915 First Street,
Landing, lvalama W. T.
ost Hotel in Kalama.
Tho best and cheap-
FISK HOUSE JACOB KEIL Proi-riktoh,
First st , bet Main andMadison, Portland.
Having bought this well known houso, I ro
sncctfully ask tho4 patronage of citizens and of
the traveling public. Wood moals furnished,
and beds always clean. Hot and cold baths.
Loard, $4 50 a week. Board, with Lodging,
So 50 to S'5. 'Meals. 25 conts. Lodging, 25
cents. Those wishing a good quiet place to
board, please call.
IKS, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER
in Stoves, Sheet-iron, Tin-plate, etc. Plumb
ing and Gas fitting cheaper than any othor
houso in town.
Boat BUILDING !
Y. V. BOUTOIN-,
Is prepared to build Boats of all sizes and
descriptions oither of EASTERN or HOME
At Ies3 thali San Francisco Prices !
Freight doducted Qrdors loft at the Astorian
Office, or addressed lothe undersigned, will ro
coivo attention V W BOUTON, Unity, W T
TERRITORY OF WASHINGTON, COUJfc-.
ty of Pacific- In the Pcobato Court within
and for said county. In tho matter. of the ci
tato of Lilly Kolly deceased. J. B. Knaim,
tho administrator oFtho said estato, havif4
mado and filed in Court, his petition in writinjr
praying for an ordor of sale of tho real Estate
belonging to tho said ostate. Now thorofojtK
all porsons interested in the said estate aso
hereby required to bo and appoar before tfip
said Court, at the Curt room of said Court, at
Oystervillo in said county on Monday the l&yx
ay of August a. d. 1873, at tho hour of ovgy
o'clock r. m. of said day, to show causo, if ihly
thorobo, why such order should not bo gnjnih
ed. Witness my hand and tho soal of said Cojod
this 14th day of July a. D..1S73.
M. S. GRISWOLD.
CL. S. Judgo of tho.Probate Court.-
Astoria Farmer's Company.
THE STOCKHOLDERS OF THE ASTORIA
Farmor's Company aro hereby notified
that an election will tako placo at Astoria OH
SATURDAY, August 9th, 1878, for tho purpo
of electing seven Directors and other officer.
By ordor of tho Incorporators, tho stockhold
ers aro requested to bo present, in porsoriorby
proxy. P. LO
Al bnny, July 5. 1S73. j 17 td .
t vr-mTTTv t cmmnT friT A rtTTTin "T?m
AiXXXtlJ A OXHJUJJ XXUASJlhlULi. Jl
two children, at the houso of tho Princi
pal Light kdepcr at Capo Disappointment.
Address, J. W. MUNSON,
July 12th, 1673. Cape.
G. B. COOK. "WT H. ANDRU8.
Kept on tho European Plan)
COOK & ANDRES PROPRIETORS
Cornor First and Morrison stcets, Portland.
ELLOGG HOUSE (Lato International).
outheust corner Front and Morrison sts.
KELLOGG & EISLEY,.. Proprs
f BoarA and Lodging per day .'-
fi Rooms from Slto S2por wool:, with or
without board. Baggago to and from tho llo
tel free. " j''tf ,
LOVES nOTEL LEWIS LOVE Phoprietor
Firt streot between Main. andMadison,
1'urHn.nrl. Ornrron. 'Phis Hotolihavin boeare-
?nnrl1hT nnrl Kft1 tliroilirlmUt. with nOW
furniture, is now opened tr tha public, iho
taplo will bo supplied with tho best t&ojm&akr
et atfords, and the charges wiljt bo oxtromoly
IN THE COUNTY COURT of THE STATE
of? Oregon, for tho County of Clatsop, July
7th, 1873. In tho mattor oftho estato of Mills
L. Callendor docoased. lfc appearfng to tho
Court, upon tho petition of Philo Callendor,
administrator of said ostato, praying for an or
der to sell tho real estato of said deceased that
it is necessary that said real estato bo sold to
pay tho oxponses of administration and alauns
against tho ostate; it is ordered, that all por
sons interested in said estato boitedto appear
before this Court, on Monday ,t SeptcraJ&er 1st,
1873. at tho Court-houso fn Astoria, Clatsop
ennnt.v- Ornsron. t.o shovt cause. iF anv there bo
why liconso should notbo granted to tJ"io said
administrator, to sell said real ostato, describ
ed a follows, to-wifc: Part of sections No. 4, 5,
8 and t)t of township 7, north rango 10 wast,
situate in said county, of Clatsop, containing
320 acres, and that hotico of said alication
bo published in tho Tri-Weekly Astorianfor
Kour successivo weeks heforo said 1st day of
September, 1873. J .. W, JMOF.FITT,
j24:4th , County Jttdge.
N TnE CIRCUIT C0U11T OF THE STATE',
of Oregon, for tlio County of Clatson.
Margaret Brown. Plaintiff, vs. Allan BrOWU-
Defendant: To Allan Brown, defendant, JiL
tho namo Of tho Stato of Oregon, you rj
hereby required to appoar and answor tb
Complaint tiled against you in the above ear
titled action at tho next term of tho abo'spp
entitled Court, to ho hold ot Astoria, CounXy
and Stato aforesaid, on tho 12th day of Auurt'
187-1, and if you ftiil so to answer the Plaintiff
will apply to tho Courtfor thoreliof demanded
therein, which is a divorce from tho bonds-o
matrimony with you. WM. L. McEWAN,
jl tJw Solicitor for Plaintfft
KT0T1CE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT '
i.1 undersigned' has been appointed Vy
County Court for tho Stato of Orogon, for
County ot Clatsop.Administratnx ot tho ci
tato of Franklin Nickorson, deceased, lato cr'
said county. All persons indebted to sahlfi
tato ato horehy notified to mako paymec
and all persons having claims against said e .
tato aro hereby required tp present tho san
to me, duly verified, at my residonco in A9torS
in said, county, within six .months from thw
dato. R UTH B. NICKERSON,
Astoria, July 1. 1873-iw . AdministratrtE.
Bran cwVfciFnor" ?jl T-r, JVJiml, sjiw.
green W lb ..'. JLS.Y.k
Eilv gtiss rnsi..
Doer Skiasfc : .eiKU..:.
PACIFIC HOTEL Sik & Qhjmby Proprar.
Main stroot, Olvmnia, W. T fetago-oluce.
"DAILROAD. HOUSE-J. McGrth, PrQpr.
XV Good meals, clean 'hods-, moderate prices.
.Tenino, W. T., pVcsont terminus N. V. R. U
St. Charles Hotel. .
Corner Front and MorrisSn stfcet3..
i r .... . ., . iv i x-
11EST .H0im LNaOTE STATUE.
NTHE C1RCURT COURT OF THE STATE
of Orogon for tho uounty of Clatsop.
Cjioseo C. Anderson, Plantiff, vs. LowisP.
mTrirpnn. Defendant; To Lewis P. Anderson
tho defendant,, in tho' ,namodrtHo Stato of
OrqgonrYdu 'aj(;e -hereby Toquircd,to an
swBr tho coniplQJnUfil'ed against youMri ho
above ontitl,otLi5uicnti.thp first term rof'said
rtniirt to ho .hold atA AFtoria in,andfor said
,. - , ,h 1V.L'' !' ':Ll- iL.
.fetation to aoii iteai j
PUBLIC xN OT1CE1S HEREUYGlVEKtlart
j, u ponuun iq sou rem eszuxe, or JiuiusinA
deceased, has Jbeon mado anl will bo heard on
the 18th day of August nekfci, at an adjourned
term of tho Probata Cpurt,; to be holden ai
Oysterville, Pacific County vWashirgton Terri
tory. All parties interested in said sale aro
hereby notified to attend at said term of Court
on tho day abovo niontioncd,iand iilo their ob
jections, if. any. M. S. GRISWOLD,
. Judgo of Probate,
Oystervdlo, July 1 1S73. j24-4tbi
only ynoaejofhrjokaj$ Portland;
ner First and-Washmjrton, .. l-usfritiin2ni
1 nKQPT kAND, OXcE.GQu: Uvith &)& nrddkrn eoVivchicnce.
tiountrv ana oiaio noAj.iuij:rsi. Ygmvsirou
flnfn nf this Publication'.. ''And if vou fail
answonthri plaintiff Vill "apply w'tho '
ffortho rolief demanded thorem, which is
DisaolutiOnt ot'tna'ararnae-contract witn'yot
iBv ordorjof tho JCourt? WMiL. MK W
Atty. for Plaintiff
.Notice ot Final' Settlement
IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OV
G. W. Cook, deceased. By order of IIonTJ.
Moffitt, Judgo oftho Probate Court for Clateop
county, Stato of Orogon, the first Monday m
September, J87-l,that beirig'fhelsflday of said
month, is .appointed for hearing-objections and
finaLsettleiuent of said estate.-
GEORGE BLAVEL, Administrator
AstoriaJ.uly,10th,a873. - ' iiw
mCE IS ' HEREB Y'OTVEN "1
Dated July 2Cth, 1S73.
i. and the said-jjOTirt-nas-nxed .SeptemborJls";
I" &73-for,heiarfeR oWocttoiwtlWlSffSr1
Astoria Oregon, July 12th 1873. jiaS"