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gfce gaiXxj gtstafetL, ASTORIA, OREGON: 6UNDAT MAT 13. 18S3 Flush Immigrants. It is observed in the east that there is a marked difference in the character of the immigration this year as compared with that of a few years ago. The number in creases yearly of immigrants who bring ready money from the old country with them. Formerly some time used to elapse before immigrants settled down to busi ness in their respective walks of life. The drafts then cashed by the bankers there were for small amounts, and generally for not more than enough to carry the im migrants by rail to the west, with a few dollars to purchase the bare necessaries of life for a short time after reaching their destination. A great majority of the immigrants now come well provided with money, and the bankers who cash drafts for them state that those not immediately interested can have no adequate conception of the ad ditions to the cash wealth of the country made by immigration. Many families which come "with the intention of settling perma nently in the United States bring letters of credit for suras varying from $100 to $G00, and cases are not rare in which they bring with them sums going up into the thou sands. One "Wall street banker last week cashed a draft for $1G, 000 for an immigrant who hadsold out his land in Germany with the view of engaging in agricultural pursuits in one of the western states. The importance of the movement is reflected in the for mation of companies in Europe and in this country for the pur pose of purchasing large tracts of western lauds and apportioning them among foreign settlers at a comparatively low price. Aol Good Authority. Ix a recent article the New York Sun discussed tho subject of overwork as far as excessive mental labor is concerned. "Gen erally speaking," says the Sun, "when a man is said to be over worked, the truth is that he has been guilty of some excess, which breaks down his strength. There may be cases in which there ts an excess of work, but of these cases there are very few indeed. The excess is in eating, in drinking, in neglect of exercise, or in some othcrmysterious way. A man of ordinary health can stand all the real work that he has to do, but the additional strain which he puts upon himself outside of work is more than he can bear." The San Jose, Cal. Mercury, acknowl edging that there is some possi bility in the Sun's argument, does not regard that or any other of the big city dailies as good authority on that subject, and goes into the following common sense showing, the truthfulness of -which will be acknowledged by the "interior dailies" fraternitv: The Sun is a sheet no larger than the Mercury containing fnore reading matter, it is true, butlhere is no man on the Sun who does one-half the work of the editor of any o our interior dailies. The Sun staff includes seven edit orial writers, besides a small army of news-gatherers and reporters. Most of the editorial and reportorial work of our country dailies is done by not more than two persons, with a little extra help in a pinch. "We write our leaders, superintend our business and perform many other duties that the editor of the great city daily never dreams of. The management of a big daily is no doubt enough work for any one orain, Dut it is eas' work com pared with that performed by the average country editor. u Pointers. It is hard to please everybocty. A gentleman recently hanged in New York found fault with the rope. There ought to be a large im migration into the Coeur d'Alene country, on the Northern Pacific. An old chief of that tribe offers 375 ca3ruse ponies to an' white man who will marry his daughter. An orthodox divine having said, "Never 'engage in anything you wonld not opeu with praver," some frivolous person present asked what he would do with a dozen oysters. The lines of railways in the five divisions of the earth cost, in round numbers, 610,000,000,000, and would reach eight times around the globe. The first steam railway was opened between Dar- lincrton and Stockton. Sentember 27, 1S25. An English syndicate has con cluded the purchase of five hun dred leagues of land in the state of Coahuila, Mexico, for the nomi nal price often cents an acre, the whole costing 222,200. The tract will be devoted to grazing purposes. The Nevada and Oregon Kail road has been restrained from is suing any more stock. An issue of 50,000 shares has been declared null and void, and an order has been issued preventing the com pany from making any further traosfer of stock. This wipes out 5,000,000 worth of stock. The following advertisement, with a postoffice address attached, appeared in a Cincinnati paper. It is an open invitation to commit crime: "0 FOR 20 CENTS. A new nickel, plated with gold, for 0 cents: a beautiful ornament; no honest person will pass them for $5 gold pieces; three for 50 cents, or eight for SI. Judge Potter of the Kew York Supreme Court visited New Or leans recently and while there was asked whether Mr. Tilden could carrv New York. "He can never -v-r r-r . .. ., i ! carry jew lork" was tne reply, "while John Kelly is alive and Tammany maintains its organiza tion. John Kelly hates him with a conscientious and long-enduring hatred." Now that Germany has forbid den the importation of American pork it is suggested that we pro hibit the importation of German manufactures, but such talk about retaliation is all humbug. These foreign countries are retaliating upon us now. Our Tariff virtually prohibits the importation of many foreign products. Protection is the settled policy of the United States. On what ground, then, can wc kick, to use the expressive language of Scripture, when a foreign power sets up a commer cial policy that hits us at a vital point? Talking of bars the Willamette I'armcr says that Portland has been so used to having somebody shake apples into its lap that it fails to realize that a crisis has ar rived. The producers of Oregon and Washington owe nothing to its enterprise and liberality, and care notliing whether their pro ducts are handled there or else where. They are unconcerned as to results, because competition must benefit them. All the same it advises the owners of city lots and those dependent upon country trade to do something to keep their tub afloat. Public land may be taken under the pre-emption, homestead and timber culture laws under each of which 1G0 acres can be taken. A pre-emption claim calls for a cash payment of $1.25 to $2.50 per acre within 33 months after settlement. Under the home stead law a title can be secured by five year's residence and cultiva tion without any pa' except the fees of the register and receiver of the land office. Under the timber culture act one is required to plant so many trees annually and cannot obtain a patent under eight years. The same person may obtain 4S0 acres of land, that is 160 under each law. NEW TO-DAY Strcet Improvement Notice. NOTICE is hereby given that the Common Couneii of the city of Astoria propose to order the improvement of Main btrect in that portion of tho city of Astoria which was laid out and re corded by John McClure, from the south side of Astor street to the south side of Sth street, by Rradinc the same to its full width to the established grade as established by ordinance No. 72 of the city of Astoria, and by planking tho same 24 feet wide in the center of said street, and unless a remonstrance signed by the owners of two-thirds of the prop erty fronting on said portion of said street be filed with the Auditor and Clerk within ten days of the final pub lication of this notice, viz.: Monday, June 4, 1883, the Common Council will order said improvements to be made. By order of tho Common Council. T.S.JEWETT, Auditor and Clerk. Astoria, May 13, 18S3. Street Grade Notice. NOTICE is hereby given that the Common Council of the citv of Astoria propose to establish that noition of Cass street, in the city of Astoria, as laid out auarecoraea uy Joim McClure, from the north side of Sauemooua street tn the south side of Astor street as follows. viz.: At its intersection with Soue- moqua street, 1U feet; at its intersection with Jefferson street, 20 feet: at its in tersection with Astor street, 29 feet above the base of grades as established by ordinance No. 71 of said city, and un less a remonstrance signed by tho own ers of two-thirds of the property front ing on said portion of said street be filed with the Auditor and Clerk within ten days of the final publication of this no tice, viz.: June 4, 1883, the Common Council will establish said grade. By order of the Common Council. T.S.JEWETT, . . , Auditor and Clerk. Astoria, May 13,1883. NEW TO-DAY. EXCUESION! TO FORT GAHBY AHD ILWACO. Steamer UEX. CANHY. will leave Gray'- Dock, cm Sunday, $ay 13, at 10 A. ffl. CEDAS SHINGLES, For sale by II. P. P VltKKK ; also Sand. Cement, Brick, and Lime. ice Delivered to Order. FRANK FABRE IS PREPARED TO DELIVER THE BEST quality ot Ice at 2'i cents ;xrr ioniiii, in quantities from ten ihhiuiIs hj. to Hotels, Saloons. Restaurants, or Families leaving heir orders with liiin. Largr quantities of ce constantly on nana. . u Ice Crt'am fresh Every Iay. to Contractors. mm: OPENING OF TnE KIDS FOR JL buildup a bru'k building for Mrs. Eliza Kinney, at Astoria, will be postponed to Wednesday, next, at 4 v. M. Plans and specifications can beMen at As toria, on Monday and Tuesday next, at the office of the Clatsop Mill Co. d-3t ' ENLISTED FOR THE WAR" ei: 'W031A3TS WIT" IIVTHK Home Dramatic Association, At Occidental Hall. Tiiroilny ami M'cdnrsdny r.i culn::, May ir.lli and ICtli. The lint ertainment to conclude with the fearfully funny Farce. " Tho Yankee Peddler. " JIusc lietnccn Scenes. Admission, Reserved SoaK - - 7.r Gallery, - - 50c Children, half price. Kcmtc1 Scat ami Tickets ean Ijc procured at City Rook Store. Net Lost. i T TAX2Y POINT LAST THURSDAY . nfcht 1.X) fathoms 4. mesh new net. Harbour K!-i!y; linos ngat hand laid. lStioxMiiHdiMif fight corks. Finder will lie icwank-tl ! lea. i; at I'nion Parking eom pan V oflkr. 12-Ut Net Lost. OX 10 71TAY. IJETVVEEN No. 3 BUOY, and Fort Slovens, about too fathoms 45 mesh web. Barbour's l--llv: leads marked .S. D. A. ; corks. S. D. A. tc Co. Finder w ill please communicate with S. D.ADA IK & CO. Net Found. N THE MORNING OF THE Sth. OX J Clatsop Spit, about 800 fathoms of net, no marks. The owner can have the same by ai;! ing to Junies Williams, at Tauzy Point. 1U-3! Net Found. OXCHIXOOK SPIT. OX DUY SNAG.20 fathoms old web, -1" mesh In lines. Xo mark: wood buov and sinker attached. Owner can hae the same on applying to Union Packing Company and iaying ex penses, 10-31 Lost. IX SOUTH CIIAXXEL. MAY STJI. ABOUT ISO fathoms 41 mtiJi, Barbour's 40. 12-ply. new web and lines, marked O. V. Co. Ilie finder will be suitably rewarded by retum ins the same to the ll-3t OCCIDENT TKG. CO. Net Found. TXFKOXTOFMY 1101'SK MISTKUDAY JL morning a larce net. new : corks marked A. II., or .1.11. Owner 3Ui have it by ap sdving to .1. l:. Goulter. Jlwaco, W. T. ll-St L.A.LOOMIS. Notice. QEAI.EI) PirOPOSAUS WILT. DE UE O ceivedbv the County Clerk, at his office in Astoria, until noon i Saturday . May 10th, 18S3, for sas fitting for th. Court House, and County .tail. For jmrtlcitlars enquire of the Clerk. The ri;;ht is reserved to reject any bid1. Dv order of the Count v Court. K. i:. SPKDDEX. Clerk. Aslona, May JO, 1S6S. d-d Bids "TT1LL I5E ItECKI VED II Y THE FXDEH- 1 .M;mcd. until Satin day r.oon, !av 10th, for fillni" with eartli the itaoment 6f the Odd Fellows Hall. Filling to be brought up within secn feet ot under sido of joints, and smoothed level. liiRiu reserven to lejecr anv ami all oius. .1. HAI1X. .1. Q. A. HOWLUY. F.C.KEED, Committee. Astoria, May S, 1883. d-td County treasurer's Notice. mUCRE IS MONEY IX THE CODNTY X Treasury to pav all County Orders pre sented prior to August 31, l&si All such or ders will cease to draw interest after this date. chas.hi:ili;oi:n, April 20, 16$."!. Treas. Clatsop Co, LTJIOEIl. -i:dcrs von lumber received and - promptly filled by the Columbia Mill' Knaopton. l'rices on apidication to d2 wks C. V. STOX E. Supt. TIN PLATES. First grade Brand, "Peienna," F OR SALEIiV MEYER. WILSON & CO., rortl:i:id,rCAlTAIN GLORGE FLA VEL, Astoria. c-lwk FOH T1LLAIB0QK. The new Steamer -3l, 3E5. SXS3Xj33. UAimAGIi. .... faster. IOR SAILING DATES AND PARTICU . larsapjdy to .1. G. HUSTLER, Mam street Wharf, Astoria : ALLEN & LEWIS l'ortland ; J. 1 STORY, Tillamook. Lost. STRAYED AWAY TWO WEEKS AGO A black and white spotted Cow.. Black head and black line down her back. Tips of both bonis sawed oir. Had on large iron bell when lost. Must have calf by this time. Any information Icadins to her recovery lelt at Mie undeaigncd address will be liber ally rewardod. r , ., ANDREW ANEXT. Mayio, e3.-tt I. X. L. lk. Co. Street Grade Notice. NOTICE is hereby given that the Common Council propose to establish the grade of that portion of Sqnemoqua street from the west side of Lafa yette street to the west side of Spruce street, as follows, viz: At its intersection wiui jaiayeue street, UG feet; at wash xraaes, ana unless a remonstrance signed by the owners of two-thirds of the property fronting on said portion of said street be filed with the Auditor and Clerk within ten daws of the final pub lication of tills notice, viz: Mnv i'Gth. 1883, the Common Council wilf order i said grade established. uy onter or tne common Council. T.S.JEWETT, Auditor and Clerk. Astoria, Hay nth, 18S3. lot BANKING ANDJNSURAHGE. ST. W. GwS.SS. BROKER, BANKER AXD INSURANCE AGENT. ASTORIA, - - - OREGON OFFICE HOURS: PR031 9 O'CLOCK A. II. UNTIL 3 O'CLOCK P. M. Hoe Mutual Insurance Co., OF CALIFORNIA. .1. V. 1IOUOHTOX- Cuas. II. Story... Geo. L. Stout.... President Secretary ....Agent for 0-0cnn Capital paid up in U. S. guht coin . .. i....S 3.' ijO 00 I. IV. CASi:. Agent, Chcnamus street. Astoria, Oregon. 67,000,000 CAPITAL. LIVERPOOL AND LONDON AND GLOBE, NORTH BRITISH AND MERCAN TILE OF LONDON AND EDINBURGH. OLD CONNECTICUT OF HART FORD, AND COMMERCIAL OF CALIFORNIA FIRE INSURANCE COMPANIES Reproacntinc a capital of JW57.O00.O0O. A. VAX DCSEX. Aeent. Oarl Adier's MFOEIIT Finest stock of roods In tho City. Books, Stationery, Papetria, Toys, Games, -AXD- Endless UJovelties. BOOKS! All the .Standard Authors. In this as in every other branch of my business I lead. MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS ! Or guaranteed quality. Clocks nntl TV'alelies. Gold and Silver Ware. Biiby Carriages, Velocipedes, And every description or -AT Carl Adier's Emporium. FIRST GRAND Olearance SALE! AT PRIOR TO STOCK TAKING. We offer SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS in our line of Dress Goods, Silks, Velvets, Plushes, Caslimcres and Arnmres. Laces. Hosiery, Corsets, Cloaks, Dolmans, . Etc., otc. ,, A FIXE ASSORTMENT OF FLANNEL CO fylFORTERS.. Blankets, Etc. Stock Complete in Every Branch. Prael Brothers. THE LATEST STYLES IN WALL PAPER AT B. 3. FRANKLIN'S, XEXTDOORTO ASTORIAX OFFICL. A very large Stock from uliich to select. "Window curtains made to order. CSMy patent Trimmer to cut Wall Taper will be lound convenient to my patrons. EMPLOYMENT FOR ALL TWENTY DOLLARS per Day. The Original Italian Oil Painting. Prof. J. 0. MURPHEY, OF SALEM, IS XOW IN THIS CITY, and has a suite oi rooms over Carl Ad ier's Uookstore, where he will Rive lessons In the art, guaranteeing perfection, at $2. 00 for full instructions, or in clubs-of 3, 4, or 5, atone dollar each. No Money Required in Advance. Satisfaction guaranteed. Call at my rooms aud see samples. RoomXo.7. Hours frm S a, jr. to 7 v. x, NATURE'S REMEDY. Liver. Kidney, and Skin Diseases.. Malaria. Dyspepsia, Biliousness, Pains in the Back and Loins, Pimples and Blotches on the Skin, WImMIi. r Fertd:fi. Or Cuisr d by W ' Jn -, or L""'. Can Only be Cured by tiie Use of Lamest Sale and Most Satisfaction Of any ?Icd!dr.e r n the Csa-. jSoldb all Druggists and MuTIun Dealer 1.00 per Bottle C, for $3.00. HILL'S F1RIBTIBS. GEO.niLU - -WALTER PARKS, - - proprietor stage manakek Engagement of an entire SLIT TBOUPI? M!SS HELENA RieHFnAN, Tin (lerinan Nightingale. MISS SUSiE LEE, Sonr and Dance Artbt. MISS MINNIE WILLIAMS. Serio-comic Queen. MISS KITTY FRANKLIN, Soubrettc-AIao mi. GEO. IIENDEPrSOX, Ethiopian Comedian. Together with a new ruder the management oC IT.OF. CIIAKI.ES i:ic!:ai:d.s. All the Old Favorites Retained. Open all th. Year Performance Every Xight Entire Change of SVorniiitve Eer Aiglit, CompRMitg SOMCS, DAHCES ArJD ACTS. Wc give the Best Variety Entertainment "in the West. The tiieatre i crowd; d nightly, and all who have witne-vsetl tne entertainment pro nounce it to be MiKal to any Klen elsewhere. Mr. Hill as a caterer for the public's amusement can not b excelled. Anybodv wishing to spend a pleasant evening anil seo .sparkling wit and lxwuty without vul garity, should improve the opportunity aud come. The company cemprise: the following well known Artists: Miss Fa xxi r AVaitox. Miss Maxik Goouiticir. Mr. V VLTKir Parks. Mr. Chas. Harrows. Mr. Wji. Morton. All of which will appear nightly in their dif , ferent specialties. Open air concert every eveumg ; perform ance cemmencing: at 8 ; entrance to theatre on Kenton street ; private boxes on Chena mus streut. Now Stars in Hr.uiri Succession ! ASK FOE- TTnion India Rubber Go's Ture Tara Gum CRACK PROOF RUBBER BOOTS. nEvAi:n or uhtatioxs 1 Be sure the Boots are stamped CRACK PROOF on the heels, and lunc tho PURE GUM SPRIXGS on the foot and instep, which prevent their crackimr or breaking. wc aie now manm? tuem witu iiuuutili jIXD ASJiKSTOS Soles which will make them last more than twice as long as any Rubber boots made FOR SALE RY ALL DEALERS. ALL KINDS EURBER BELTING. PACK ING, HOSE. SPRINGS. CLOTHING, BOOTS AND SHOES. Etc. COODYEAR RUBBER CO. it. 11. PEASE. Jr. i Agents. S. M. RUNYON, j San Erancisco. GMD CLEARANCE SALE! to make worn for iMre Hardware ai Ship Cliailerj A. VAN DU8EH & CO. "Will sell at cost their entire stock or HATS AND GAPS A2T BOOTS AND SHOES. These goods must be disponed of as we are soon to xeccn e another iji.'- lot oi Hardware and Ship Chandlery And must liave room to stero it. Drugs and Chemicals a J. E. THOMAS, DKUGGIST . Fharmacist. s, tn rMAST0RIA.o rrescriptions carefully componiMletl s Day or Xtglit. Hardware e 1 kid A. VAN DUSEH & CO., UKALKKS IX Hardware and Ship Chandlery, Pure Gil, Bright Varnish, Binnacle Oil, Coiton Canvas, Hemp Sail Twine, Cotton Sail Twine. Lard Oil, Wrought Iron Spikes, Galvanized Cut Nails. Agricultural Implements Scirin; Machines, Paints ami Oils, Groceries, ct, l?ri7ift?rEl:tiift!'filir1J " iHI'Viifiitf" f Jiii iff i irTiiiTin JL raiiii 1 an 1? ' liiiiikwJlMIMaMlg i f A a -VI '.l , o tig ? 1 IQITY BOOI We have twlay finished opening and putting in order the 2mmas St Bouslit in ban Franeiseo C. r. MOFFJLT w ill he 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. SUCCESSOR TO JACKETS & MONTGOMERY.) gf PLUfv?BlNG, GAS FITTING, AND CANNERY WORK ' Attended to Promptly on Reasonable Terms. CS2XrA.-HI7 STUKiyr. Xexl to C. . Parker's Store. THE A TUI.Ii STOCK ALWAYS ON HAND. Tgg. ies.. i Two doors east of Occident Hotel, CHAS. HE1LBORN, .MANUFACTURER OF FTJRInTITUBE s bedding AND DEALER IN Carpets, Oil Cloth, Wall Paper, Mirrors, Window Shades, Lace Curtains, Picture Frames and Mouldings WINDOW CORNICES AND CURTAIN POLES Complete In every branch. MARTIN DKALCIt IN FURNITUBE S5 BEDDING-. Corner 3Znin and Sqnemoqua Streets, Astoria, Oreson. WIHDOW SHADES AHD TRIMMIHDS; WALL PAPER ETC A Complete Stock. PRICES AS CHEAP AS QUALITY WILL AFFORD. AXIL IIIS3JS OF rUKTITURE HEP.VIRED ASI TARNISHED. SOLID GOLD JEWELRY, Scarf Pins, Chains, Watches, Of e ery description. Tlie llnest stock of Jewelry in Astoria. JSAH goods uarrantedasreprescnted GUSTAV HANSEN, JEWELER. YOTJB PATRONAGE. I most respectfully solicited for the ABti Cliiese (fleai) Laiflry, Cottunencint; JIOXDAY, April 9, 1S83. This Laundry will he run i Ithout China j ueip ti it never maKes a cent. S.ll. On account of all the machinery not bf'nip finished, we w not he able to taktyfHinily work before the first of May. vfar. Mccormick, Proprietor. iiffi yoif mm Ns:s::ssst:s:2:s3sas7e3:3S3SStans:zasz:3:ei OUR SPLENDID STOCK OF CARPETS, j UPHOLSTERY, j j WALL PAPER, : AND IVewesi Styles in Fiirnitnrc? ED- D. CURTES & CO. (M. AV. (lallick's Old Stand.) Tlae some olegant designs in the above montloned goods which they will he pleased to show the public. Everything new and tasteful, RUDDOCK & LEVAKE, P"R,ACTICAL "PLTIMBEES. Gas and Stcnin Fitters. Have constantly on hand a general assort ment of goods In our line. Jobbing prompt ly attended to. Estimates given. N. B. Wo guaranteo our wori. Shop nearly oppositeO. R. & N. 9 o' doek. TORE. o& of by 13. F. STEVENS IL fgScmf gomery, DEALER IX Tin, Sheet Iron and Copper Ware. A General Assortment of HOUSEHOLD GOODS. Agents for Magee Stoves and Eanges The Best in the market. Piumbing goods of all kinds on hand. Job work done In a workmanlike manner. NEW MODEL RANGE CAN BE HAD IN AS TORIA ONLY OF & ST AGENT CALL AND EXjOHNE IT, TOU WILL BE PLEASED. K. li. HALVES is also agent for the Buck pteit CooMsf M And other first-class stoves. Furnace "Work, Steam Fit tings, etc., a spooialty- - iSLArss, ASTORIA, OREGON. OLSEN 3 J L J. H. D. GKRAY, Wholesale and retail dealer In. ALL KIXDS OF FEED, Hay, Oats, Straw, Wood, Etc General storage and "Wharfage on reason able terms. Foot of Benton street. Astoria Oregon. Plumbing and Gas Fitting. IOK1TA BKOS. Plumbers, Gas, and Steam Fitters. Jobbing 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 Dem en t's Drug Store, Astoria, Oregon. Leinenweber & Co., C. V.EIXEXWEBEE. n. BROWN. ESTABLISHED 1865. ASTORIA. OREGON, TAffiEBS AKI CUSBEES, Manufacturers and Importers of A LL KINDS OF XaT A i3?:o::3bJjbfc AND FINDINGS "Wholesale Dealers In OIL AND TALLOW. csj'Uishest cash price paid for Hides and Tallow. Xoticc of Application to Purchase Timber Hands. LAND OFFICE AT VANCOUVER, W. T,. April 9th, 1S83. with the provisions of tho Act of Congress nonce is nereuy given mat in compliance approvea junea, isi8, entmea "An act lor the sale of '.limber Lands in the States of ffll If1 mil nrarrnrt Vnifnrln nnrl in TVol , inRtan J erritory'ohn Anderson, of Pacific 1 county. "Wash. rer. has this day filed In this j oulce his application to purchase the North East 14 ot bection 2(5, Township 10 North of Knnri O Wpst nf th "WJlInmotto 'Xrr5fH?in. Testimony in the above case will be taken Oysterville, Wash. Ter., on Monday, the ISth day of June, 1883. Any and all persons having adverse claims to the above described lands, or any portion thereof, are hereby required to file their claims In this office within sixty (60 days from date hereof. FRED. W. SPARLING, dll cods Register.