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Pi 2?lvc 53aij 'Astoriaa. ASTORIA, OREGON: TUESDAY JUNE 1. 1SSS Harry L. Wells, representing the Hrf Shore is in the city. The A. B. Field will leave for Tillamook next Saturday. A largo fire is reported in the timber back of St Helens. The roadfroni llivaco to Seavieiv is reported in good condition. The Sea View house is now open for vis itors. Bozorth & Johns have some finely executed maps of the city drawn on a scale of one hundred feet to the inch. The Astoria and Winnemucca railroad company will hold their an nual meeting in this city on the 5th of next month. The Rogers all-star dramatic com pany will open at Liberty Hall for a brief season, beginning next Monday, the 2oth insl. J. G. Ross has refitted the Pioneer restaurant, and is prepared to accommodate the travelers and per manent boarder. The usual Chinese chimney called out the department at nine o'clock last Sunday morning. This time it Mas on Main street. The Gen. 3fila will leave for Gray's harbor at C o'clock this morn ing. Read the revised edition of the I. S. X. Co's lime table! Boat Xo. 0, of the Scandinavian Packing company, is missing since the 7th inst., and fears are entertained for the safety of the crew. The State of California is due this luorniug. She hus the usual largo freight and passenger list. On board is $25,000 worth of opium. F. V. Stechhan writes us that he will play Courtright & Hawkins minstrels in Astoria, immediately after their Portland engagement is filled. The first through tram from St. Paul over the Northern Pacific arrived at Helena, M. T., at 8:30 i m. last Saturday. Time from St. Paul sixty hours. The latest railroad yarn is that "an advertisement will soon appear for ties." It comes from the same sourco as similar canards and is wholly with out foundation. Further additions have been made to tho Oregon state militia, and in case the Franco-Chinese war ox tends to this Bide of the Pacific we are not entirely defenseless. Hanson Bros, have been awarded the contract for the mill work, fit tings etc., of tho new schoolhouBo for $C,385. There were two othor bids from Portland firms, one for SG,7o0, the other, SG.391. Mr. Alfred Tozier, and Mr. Slinson, two "typos," are in tho city, representatives to the 1. O. G. T. lodge. Mr. Slinson has one of tho finest job offices in the state. Mr. Tozier is about to start a newspaper iu Chehalia, V. T. A movement is on foot to get up steam engine contest on the Fourth; hose carts to run 200 yards, engines 100 yards, and throw water, and maybe one other contest have a little firemen's tournament of our own as it were. It is probable the con test will be made. A grand ball in the evening is also among the proba bilities. Those of the delegates who came down to the grand lodgo 1. O. G. T., yesterday afternoon, improved the opportunity a leisure afternoon af forded by chartering the Gen. Miles, and taking a trip down to the bar. The water was rough, a little too rough for some of them, but they en joyed the homeward trip, and had a ood time. At the Vancouver printer's picnic last Saturday, Jerry Coldwell, of the Oregonian, was awarded the prize for the most popular reporter. Carlisle, of the Iolari.s, was voted the most popular editor. Wm. Alexan der, and G. R. Washburae re moved the confectionery, the one for being the handsomest, and the other the raot industrious printer. Tho annual sesion of the grand lodge of Oregon, I. O. G. T., begins in tho Pythian hall in this city at ten o'clock this morning. Eighty-five delegates came down yesterday anl an additional number are oxpected to day. The order is evidently in a flourishing condition, and those of the delegates whom wo have seen are evi dently gentlemen and ladies of cul ture. Yesterday was a breezy day upon tho water. Opposite the city the white caps broke in ceaseless flow up on the emerald crests of tho waves, and down at the cape the wind blew great guns from tho west. The sky was cloudless and of that matchiess violet hue, so admired by visitors. The. sun shone warm in shady nooks. Aloag the water front the wind whis tled in shrill treble among the rig g of the vessels. Going Ahead Mr. H. G. Hurlburt who is in charge of the Astoria railroad survey, was in the city yesterday. His party is now on the Fishhawk,about twenty six miles south and east cf the city. They expect to strike tho Nchalem this week. Progress is alow for two reasens: the party makes a thorough survey of the country as they go, and are running the garade for the road bed on which the iron tie of civiliza tion shall run. Tho character of tho country they traverse is also totally incompatible with rapid progress. "I tell you," says Mr. Hurlbnr.1, who is a man of large experience, "it is a wonderful country for timber. Some times, however, when we have our instruments on our back, and are trying to make camp, we wish it wasn't quite so wonderful. You are going ahead as best you can, with a pathway sort of half way cleared of brush which stands as thick as hair on a dog's bick, and here, right in the way, is a fallen monarch twelve feet through, blocking up theway;you climb up, and it's like going up the roof of a house, and when you slide down tho other side, there arc a couple more such prostrate giants right ahead. True, you can get around them, but to slash and cut your way through two hundred feet of underbrush to get around is a little hko that Yakima man I read about in your paper the other day who traveled up .stream Gfty miles to a ferry, and then walked down fifty miles on the other side to a point opposite where he started." The party is making a good show ing. There is a splendid country for tho road to go through, and the re sources are practically inexhaustible. Mr. Hurlburt reports the grade on both sides of the summit to bo one hundred feet to the mile. We shall next hear from them on the Neha-lem. It is the opinion of ths writer Mr. Hurlburt and hU pirty can a better grade than "a hundred to the mile" over the summit. that find feet The mountain is reported to bo 1,100 feet high, and it certainly need not require such a grade to curry a road over a comparatively slight elevation. Should be Attended to. Astoria, June 18, 1883. Ei. Astekiax: Please inform us who attends to stale and ill smelling rotten salmon and sturgeon on the beach, and par ticularly at the corner of Mum and Conconily street. TAXI'AVKKS. We believe the committee on health and polico are the authorities who should abate tho nuisance complained of. It is usual to hire a man whose duty is to keep tho beach clean and free from the unpleasant Eights and smells that at present assail tho senses. Probably this will bo a sufficient re minder. Suicide. The dead body of Henry Plath was found on the bank of Young's river last Sunday by one of his neighbors, and was buried yesterday morning. Some time ago ho gave evidence of incipient insanity, and about the 10th of this month he left n note in his cabin, saying that he intended to drown himself. Nothing was seen of tho unfortunate man until his remains wero found. Under the circum stances Coroner Franklin did not consider it necessary to hold an in quest. A. T. Brakke who for tho patt six years has been prominently iden tified with Columbia river canning interests, will leave for Seattle about tho 1st of next month, at which point he intends going into business. Mr. Brakke managed W. T. Coleman & Co's Astoria business for nearly two years and will no doubt, be eminently successful in his new homo. His con templated business is one in which he had seven years eastern experience. At the Main street wharf is a battered old photograph, the sight of which brings up a good many recol lections in the minds of "old-timers" who see it. It is a picture of five bar pilots, Capts. J. G. Hustler, M. Rogers, A. Crosby, A. C. Farnsworth, and Chas. Edwards. It was taken in 1855, when the old pilot schooner California was the sole dependence of mariners who entered and departed from the Columbia river. The three latter have joined the silent majority; the first two are still among us hale and hearty. A putative citizen whose name nnd nature are apparently contradic tory, attracted considerable attention at the fire last Sunday morning by in forming all and sundry that if they put a stream of water on tho building ho would sue them. He seems to have peculiar ideas about these mat ters. According to this, when a fire breaks out, and the town is threat ened with fearful destruction, the fire companies mnst not stir a foot nor lift a finger iu an attempt to put it out till the owner of the property is found, and his consent obtained. Girl Wanted Immediately, to take care of an infant. Enquire of A. V. Allen. Attention Alert II. ifc T. Ko. 1. The members of Alert Hook and Lad der Co. will meet in their hall at 8 o'clock v. m on Wednesday. Important business. Come enc, come all. By order of F.B. Elbekson, Foreman. C. Brown, Sec'y. Fashion in Hosiery. "Fashion," says wicked Clara Bell, "has turned a jrcat man of us into blacklegs. Inky is the hue of the most fashionable hosiery. Rows of black stockings fairly puts parts of tho stores into mourning. Tho flop of a skirt discloses an ankle in silhouotto against a background of white muslin. Even inartistic obsorvers arc constant ly making studies in black and white. And, truth to tell, these pictures are successes in outline drawings. They are true to the most attractive con figurations of human anatomy, and, besides that, are instinct with life and motion. It is equal to a shadow pantomime to see an attractive girl raise her dress well out of the mud on the sido toward the spectators and leave it down on the other, while she races for a street car. There you get the lively movements of her pace thrown out sharply by her black stockings against the white dimity. That S m Francisco photographer who made a hit by picturing tho gait of a horse, is going to open a gnllory here in New York, with the intention of bringing hi3 row of cameras to bear upon all sorts of animals and thing iu motion. It struck me that the gait of a girl would be an interesting object for him to experi ment on. Think of theinfinite variety. Conceive tho wide range from grace to awkwardness. Girls walk so differ ently, and run with such original in dividuality, that no two pictures would be alike. There are soma who tread like queens, with straight ankle3 and toes turned out. There aro oth ers whose knees interfere and whose feet are lifted over each other at every step. Then what a field for that kind of photography the ballroom would afford. A quadrillo would afford more curiosities of gait than all the trotting and running horses in the world, and as for the racket waltz my imagination fails and my pen is par alyzed by the bare suggestion." Hotel Arrivals. OCCIDENT. C L Lambert, WS Jones. Portland; R B Hood, Miss E Hood, Miss D M French, Mrs Lord, MissE Lord, Miss A Beasly, The D.tlles; V Wood. G A Weloroung, Hillsboro; Mrs Hoxter, Mrs Terwilliger, Forest Grove; T J Buford, C H Whitney, Corvallis; TJ Graves, McCoy; G H Lambert, Miss C Lambert, Miss E M Wait, Milwau kie: Mrs Meyers, East Portland; T Goodwin, Clatsop; N A Thompson, New Port; S R Stinson, S.ilem; S S Gimblo, Zena; J J Brown, Dallas; J L Stout t wife Seaviow; G W Forntr, Walluj-ki; P F Castleman, G R Hewitt, Mrs M Jones, Portland; J R Ladd & wife, La Grand; MC McKay, Pendleton. PAKKKB HOU.S1C. Miss Gillihan, Lewis and Clark; C A Shelbrede, Salem; R Downing, Sublimity; J B Leatherman, Cham poeg; W W Cathcart, C Vandervoort, Cottage Grove;A Burke, Portlaud; W Wood, A H Roscow, Hillsboro; M Chambers, J E Knox, Albany; C T Tozier, Miss E Jackson, Miss A Jack son, Hillsboro; Mrs C A Williams, Miss M J Hoisler, A M Allen, Dnfur; J W Lyons, A Tozier, Forest Grove; A Wahler3, G Hendrickson, Portland; J Muckle & son, St Helens; F A People, H Clutchie, Mrs R Pretty man, Mrs D M Long, East Portland; B R Elliott, Atchison, Kan; Mrs M C Chapman, Miss Chapman, Mrs W H Hood, S F; J H Rodgers, F E Dodge, Portland; C Harrinian, Seattle; A McGiunia, St Paul; H F Wells; Port land; Mrs A Simmons & 2 ch, Port land; W Hoags & wf, S F; J L.vell, Olney; W Brown & wf, Eureka, Nov; W Plymton, Westport; F Prince, Portland; J B Deming, Canby; H Murray Portland Yesterday's Passengers- S Hall, Miss Hall, L Knapp, Mn Rogers, Miss Storer, A McCrea, A McGinnis, H Keeler, Sam Harris, Mersrs Plympton, Carter, Ford, Ross, and McGuire, Tho3 McGee, Mrs Pole man, J C Coldwell, Rev F Dielman, Miss Gallagher, P E DeMille, C H Page, H Pugh, Messra Ross and Walsh. Steamer Days. Following is a resume of sailing dates for ocean steamers for June and July, steamers leaving Astoria and San Francisco every three days: J-'KOM ASTOllIA iFKOMSAXFItANCISCO Junel at 10 a.m. June Oregon Wednesday ii Columbia. Wednesday 20 State Saturday 23J Queen Saturday 23 ColumbiaTuesday 2G Oregon .Tuesday i3 Qiipen Friday 29State Friday 29 July) July Oregon Mondav (Columbia Holiday 2 State .Thursday SiQueeu .Thursday o Columbia. .Sunday 8 1 Oregon -.Sunday 8 Queen.Wednesday llStafe Wednesday 11 Oregon .Saturday HI Columbia. Saturday H State Tuesday 17 J Queen.. .Tuesday 17 ColumbiaFriday 20) Oregon .....Friday 0 Queen ...Monday 23jState Mond:iy23 Oregon... Thursdry 2G Columbia-Thursday 26 State- Sunday 29 Queen .Sunday 29 "Men must work and ivonien weep, So runs the world away!" But they need not weep so much if they use Dr. Pierce's "Eavorite Pre scription,"' which cures all the painful maladies peculiar to women. Sold by druggists. Ice. and Ice Cream Delivered. Frank Fabre's wagon is now ready to deliver ice, or ice cream to any part of the city, during the day. If you Like New rooms, new furniture, new, clean beds and a quiet place to sleep go to the O K Lodging House, corner West 0th and Water streets, opposite Frank Fa bre's. A Chicago Merchant's Experience After I had become almost skin and bono, with neither strength, appetie nor ambition left, and tho doctors couldn't help me, two bottles Parker's Ginger Tonic cured mo completely. M. B. Westcott, Lamp M'f 'r.Chicago. A true strengthening medicine and health renewer is Brown's Iron Bitters. Why arc King's Combination Spectacles the Best"? 1st. They are com posed.of a Combi nation Frame, set with the finest French polished lens; they do not rust, and are the most durable in use. 2d. The lenses arc of different shapes, so as to correct imperfect sight iu youth as well as old age, both for reading and secinir at a distance. 3d. They can be so adjusted that the cone of the lens will come before tin eye, which is very important for distinct ! vision. -1th. Tncy win neither conruse the sight nor cause dizziness by long and continued use, as is the case with com mon spectacles of unequal focus. ittli. They supply the deficiency that occurs from the flattening of the crys aliue lens and will enable one to seo as well as in youth. Gtfi. They are recommended by the leading opticians of the country, are not expensive, over a million of them tire now in use. As the need of glasses does not de pend on age alone, it is very impoi tant to have the eyes properly tested, mid not fitted by guess. Bewahi: of imitations The gen uine are marked King's iati:nt. on the noe piece. Peddlers cannot obtain the genuine. Don't trust to travelling opticians and pay exorbitant prices, but cal! on tne only authorized agent, who has King's new system by which defective sight can be corrected on scientific principles. For sal? liv Carl Adler. Watchmaker. Jeweler and Optician, Fa:cy Goods, etc. Astoria, uregon. L'umlslictl Booms to Kent. Apply at Mrs. Denny Currant, rear Congregational church. Cards, Cards. Card. A beautiful selection of Birthday Cards at Carl Adler's. ?Iy Stock orCignrs Must be sold out, as I intend to close out that line of goods. If you want a bargain go to Carl Adler's. Frank Fabre's Oyster and Chop House. Those wishing a nice plate of Eastern or Shoalwater bay oysters cooked in any style, or an earlj breakfast before going aboard the boat, should call and see him. Fresh Eastern and Shoalwater bay oysters received by every bteamer. For a Neat Fitting Boot Or Shoe, go to P. J. Goodmans, on Che nantus street, next door to 1. W. Case. All goods of the best make and guaran teed quality. A full stock; new goods constantly arriving. Custom work. Oil I'aiu tings. Cliromo.s and Steel Enjrravinjjs At Carl Adler's. a choice assortment just received. IVoticc. Dinner at JEFFS"CHOIMU)rsE every day at 5 o'clock. The bet 2."i cent meal in town; soup, fish, seven kinds of meats, vegetables, pie, pudding, etc. A glass of 8. F. Beer, French Claret, tea or coffee included. All who have tried him sav Jeff is the 'BOSS." Try It. -1 like it better than any remedy I have ever used, because it leaves my tif i;in tit uittvi njwitiiujii mark made by evervonc wl to Syrup of Figs. vrhat is bowels in better condition, is the re- hen referring is one of the principal reasons why Syrup of Figs Is taking the place of all the liver medi cines and nauseous cathartics heretofore used. Try it. Messrs. W. E. Dement fc Co. are agents for Astoria. Hodge. Davis & Co., wholesale agents, Portland, Or. Important Xotfce to Flnhernien ana Others "JEFF," of tho CHOP HOUSE, will give you the BEST 25-cent meal in town for cash. Board by the week .?.", in ad vance. .Meals at any hour, day or night Invigorating Food For the brain and nerve is what we need in these days of rush and worry. Parker's Ginger Tonic restores the vi tal energies and brings good health and joyous spirits" quicker than any thing you can use. Tribune. An Aromatic Fragrance Is imparted to the mouth bv the list of SOZODOXT. It is beyond doubt the cleanest, purest and best wash ever of fered to tho public. SOZODOXT and comfort are synonyms. It cleanses the cavities in the enamel of the teeth. All the patent mediemt's advertised in this paper, together with the choicest Cerfumery, and toilet articles, etc can e bought at tin lowest prices, at J. W. Conn's drug store, opposite Ociden betel, Astoria. Brace up the whole system with King of the Blood. See Advertisement. Have W hoar's balsam of wild cherry always at hand. It cures cougljs, colds, bronchitis, whooping cough, croup, in fluenza, consumption, and all throat and mug complaints. rn cents and St a lot rle. Bale's Honey ok Hohkhotxu axd Tak for coughs and colds has reached the pinnacle of fame. Pike's Toothache Drops cure in one minute. For ttie genuine J. II. Cutter old Bourbon, and the best ot wines, liquors and San Francisco beer, call at tin Gem opposite the bell tower, and soe Camp bell. Where so fast my friend .' Why to Frank Fabre's for a pan roast. Co to the O. K. Lodging House corner Wcst-Uth and Water streets. Shiloh's Vitalizer is what you need for Constipation, Loss of Appetite. Diz ziness and all symptoms of Dyspepsia. Price 10 and 75 cents per bottle. Sold by W. E. Dement. Shiloh's Cough ami Consumption Cure is sold by us on guarantee. It cures consumption. Sold by W. K. De ment. Will yon suffer with Dyspepsia and Liver Complaint V Shiloh's Vitalizer is guaranteed to cure you. Sold by W. E. Dement. Sleepless Nights, made miserable by that terrible cough. Shiloh's Cure is the remedy for you. Sold by W. E. De ment Croup, Whooping Cough and Bron chltis immediately relieved by Shiloh's Cure. Sold by W. E. Dement. For chills, fever, ague, and weakness, Coldex's Liquid Beef Toxic. Col dcrts; take no other. Of druggists. An attractive, youthful appearance secured by using Parker's Hair Balsam to all who are getting gray. Catarrh cured, health and sweet breath secured by Shiloh's Catarrh Kem edv. Price 50 cents, Masai Injector free. For sale by W. E. Dement. If you are sick and troubled with dyspepsia, Brown's Iron Bitters will cure you. Delicious Ice Cream at Frank Fa bre's. That Hacking Cough can be so quickly cured by Shiloh's Cure. We guarantee it. Sold by W. E. Dement. Pro Bono Y c feci justified in returning thanks to the genoral public for the liberal patronage they have bestowed on us since our advent in Astoria. The business we have transacted, has been beyond our utmost ex pectations, and in acknowledgement thereof we intend to still, further reduce our already low prices. Reductions in Dress Goods, . Reductions in Domestics, Reductions in Fancy Goods, Reductions in Furnishing Goods, Reduction in Clothing, Reductions in Cloaks and Dolmans, Reductions in Millinery. It will pay one and all to come and see for themselves our sweep ing reductions in every department. To every girl visiting our store to-day, will be presented a hand some celluloid ring at Sheriff 0' Neil's Bstkraft Mtoc, M. ISAACS) Consignee. Corner Concomly and Main Streets, - ASTORIA, OREGON Street Improvement Notice. NOTICE is herebv given that the Common Council of the City of Astoria propose to order the Improvement of Conconily street in that portion of said city which was laid out and recorded by John MeClure. in Clatsop County, Ore gon, from Main street to its western end, by replanking the same with sound fir planks not less than ." inches in thickness and 12 inches wide and by re moving all defective spiles, stringers, and timbers, replacing them with new and .sound materia and the sidewalk on each side of said portion of said street shall be replaced oy removing all defective planks and timbers, and un less a remonstrance signed by the own ers of two-thirds of the property front ing on said portion of said street, be filed with the auditor and clerk of said city, within ten days from final publica tion of this notice, to wit, on or before July (, 188TJ. the Common Council will ordersaid improvement to be made. By order ot the Common Council. T.S. Jewett, Auditor and Clerk. By L. E. Selhs, Deputy. Astoria, June. 13, 188.". Notice. Bids will be received until Monday noon. June 2(th, at the office of the City Auditor and Clerk for fencing all or a portion of the city cemetery on Clatsop Plains. Bids must state kind of fence bid on, and cost per foot. "-And must include cost of making a fence road eight feet wide on each side of the fence. For further particulars inquire of the committee. The conimiltce reserves the right to re ject anv or all bids. C. J. TREXCHABD, A. F. JOHNS, I. W. CASE, Committee on Public Property. Notice of Application to Purchase Timber Lands. LAN I) OFFICE AT VANCOUVER, W.T., May2li.iss3. Notice Ls hereby given that in compliance with the provLslous of the Act of Congress, approved June 3, 1878, entitled "an Act for the sale ot timlicr lands in the Slates of California. Orei-on. Nevada and in Washing ton Tfrntory." Charli-s 15ild, or Mult nomah County. Oregon lias this day filed in this oilice his application to purchase the North West of Section 8, Township 9 Nor.h ot Kangi . AVet. of the Willamette MitM an. Testimony in tho above case will be taken hcrore the Itcglster and Receiver, at Van couver. Wash. Ter , on Thursday, the 9th day of August. 1SS3. Any ami all persons having adverse claims to the atiove described lands, or any portion thereor, are hereby required to file their claims in this oftlce within sixty (CO) days from date hereof. FKED. W. SPARLING, Jet) cud Register. Notice of Application to Purchase Timber Lands. LAND OFFICE AT VANCOUVER, W. T April 0th, 1S33. Notice is hereby given that In cotnpllanca with the provisions of the Act of .Congress approved June 3, 1878, entitled "An act for the sale of 'limber Lands in the States of California, Oregon, Nevada, and InWash Ingtau ! prritory " John Anderson, of Pacific county. Wash. Ter. has this day Died In this ofllce hLs application to purchase the North East J ot Section 20, Township 10 North of Range 9 West, of the "Willamette Meridian. Testimony in the above case will be taken before the Clerk er the District Court, at Oysterville. Wash. Ter., on Jlonday, the 18th day of June, 1683. Any and all persons having adverse claims to the above described lands, or any portion thereor, are hereby required to file their claims in this onice within sixty (COj days from date Iieieof. FRED. W. SPAELING, dlt cods Itegister. Notice of Application to Purchase Timber Lands. LAND OFFICE AT VANCOU VER, W. T. .May 15th, 1883. Notice Ls hereby gi en that in compliance with the provisions of the Act of Congress approved June 3. 1878, entitled "An act for the sale of timber lands In the states of Cali fornia. Oregon, Nevada, and In Washington Territory, "Jlenry Menser, of Multnomah County. Oregon, lias this day filed In this ofllce his application to purchase the east Si of northwest U and west of northeast J of section !. township 9 north, of range S west of the Willamette Meridian. Testimony In the above case will be taken before the Register ami Receiver at Vancou ver, Wash. Ter.. on Monday, the 30th day of July, 1883. Any and all persons having adverse claims to the above described lands, or any portion thereof, are hereby required to tile their claims iu this oftlce within sixty (CO) days from date hereof. FRED. W. SPARLING, Register. GERMAN1A BEER HALT. AXD BOTTLE BEER DEPOT. CHK.XAMUB STEKKT. A8T0Ui The liest of Lager 5 Cts. a Qlass Orders for the Celeliratefl ColmMa Brewery Left at this place will be promptly attend ed to. j-No cheap San Francisco Beer sold at thLs place WM. BOCK. Proprietor. Publico ! WCTHMtm ti ? HI a W 1 & is 5 zV, 01 s (ft Fipres Never Lie ! JEFF OP THE CHOP HOUSE Can prove by his books that he U doing the biggest business of any EESTATJEANT In the city, and he will guarantee to give the best meal for cash. Notice of Application to Purchase Timber Lands. LAND OFFICE AT VANCOUVER, W. T., May 23th, 1883. Notice Is hereby given that in compliance yrith the provisioas of the Act of Congress approved Junes, IS48, entitled "An act for the sale of Timber lands in the States of California, Oregon, Nevada, and in Wash ington Territory," -Cnauncey B. Smith, of ofMultnomah county, Oregon, has this day filed In this office his application to purchase the north-west h, of section 10, Township 0 north, of Range 5 west, of the Wilamctte Meridian. Testimony in the above case will be taken before the Register and Itecelver, at Van couver. Wash. Ter., on Monday, the lath day of August. 1S83. Any and all persons having adverse claims to tfaa above described lands, or any portion thereof, are hereby required to tile their claim In this oftlce within ilxty (CO) days from date hereof. . FRED. W. SPARLING, Jeto-OOd Register. WM. EDGAR, Dealer In Cigars, Tobacco and Cigarettes Meerschaum and Brier Pipes, GENUINE ENGLISH CUTLERY Revolvers and Cartridges. C. H. COOPER, GENERAL MERCHANDISE. TOD I X L The Leading Dry Goods and Clothing House of Astoria. ZiAGE OCrRT AXXTS, 1 have just received a large consignment of Lace Curtains, and Curtain Materials, in the newest designs, and would invite an inspecc tion from intending purchasers, confident that for rarity and Low Prices NO SUCH VALUE HAS EVER BEEN OFFERED IN ASTORIA. Silks and Dress Goods, We are showing on our Centre Counters a collection of the most elaborate and richest Goods ever shown in this City, x AT REMARKABLE LOW PRICES. All Silk Ehadames, All Silk Poulards, All Silk Ottomans, Etc., CX.O.&ZS, "We are now showing the Largest and most Elegant Line of La dies' Cloaks and "Wraps ever brought to this City. Black Dolmans, -" Ji " Trimmed with Lace, Fringe, and Gimp. . Black Silk Dolmans, Lined and Trimmed with Guipure Lace and Gimp. Fine Brocaded Satin Dolmans, Handsomely Trimmed with Chenille Fringe. Walking Jackets, Mantles, Ulsters and Dusters. Shetland Shawls, Evening Shawls, Wool Shawlsp All Sizes and Colors. CLOTHING AND GENTS FURNISHING GOODS DEPARTMENT We are showing, without doubt, the largest, and most complete stock of Mens', Youths, and Boys' Clothing ever brought to Astoria AT EXTREMELY LOW PRICES. Xiargsst Stools, Finest Goods. and Zxowest Prices in Astoria. C. H. COOPER, KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS BUILDING, ASTORIA. OCCIDENT S10BE. Having received the most complete line ot Gents Furnishing Goods ever opeaed ia Astoria. I shall offer to buyers the choicest Neckwear, Underwear, Dre?s Shirts, Faaey Shirts, "White Vests, Linen Dusters, Alpaca, Coats, etc, etc At the Very Lowest Prices ! The Largest Assortment of Straw HaTsr" All the leading styles in Soft, Stiff and Flexible Hats. Full stock of Clothing, including fine Prince Albert Coats in Black sni Blut The Tailoring department comprises the largest stock 61 imported dotbs, Cassiineres, Worsteds, Tweeds, etc. D. A. McINTOSH, Tne Leading I TAILOR, CLOTHIER, HATTER IT PAYS TO TRADE WITH ME ! WHO? FRANK ELBERSON, . SeasiieBaiery & Confectionery, Because my Goods are the Best, and Always Fresh. Cakes Candies etc., furnished for Wedding parties, on short notice, and guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction. Cake ornamenting a specialty. Opposite ii. IV. Hnme'ti. LEATHERS BROS. BOAT BVIIBEBS, Up Stairs Over Arudt & Ferchen's Shop. Call and examine the work vre are dolnp and see the wood we are U3ing, before roak Ing a trade elsewhere. FIRST -CL'ASS WORK A SPECIALTY. HAVE YOU SEEN -uiiiuizxEaiiHSHiuuiiiiiuiaiHiiiiaisi OUR SPLENDID STOCK . tuiusKtxiaisaiaiiiiiiUMSiuuBxsHaBaaii! OF CARPETS, UPHOLSTERY, WALL PAPER, AXD Newest Styles in Furniture? ED. D. CURTIS & CO. (M W. Hallick's Old Stand.) Have some elecant designs in the above mentioned goods which they will be pleased to show the public. Everything new and tasteful. Drap D'Almas Wool Surraha, Satin Soleils, Etc. and GENTS FURNISHERS Drawback Entries, -Bills of Lading, Manifests, Etc. Legal 'Blanks- Mortgages, Warranty Dedi. A.T The Astorian Office Any blank or form not in stock will b printed to order. Bill Heads, Letter Heads, Eeclpt Books, Fish Talleys, Cards, Tags, and coqubstoUI paper of all kind3 printed to order at The Astorian Job 0ffic. YOKES. We have for sale lUOIYlOE'S Celebrated Yeke. Which are acknowledged by all Loggers to be the BEST IX THE STATE. -WARRANTED NOT TO CHECK, dwlm ' WILSON & FISHES, Astoria. .L. K G. SMITH, - Importer and wholesale dealer fu Clsart anil Tobaccos, SMokera'" Article, Playing Cards. Cuttrrr. 8ta lloacry. Et The largest and fhioit sro.k or MEEB SCHAUM and AMttKK uoolkrin the city. Particular attention paid to orders from the country. Tnr.o. HIJACKER. Manager. Chemimus .Street, Astoria. Oreeon. FIRST QUALITY LUMBER. THE WESTPORT MIL COMPANY IS IN THE FIELD AND PROPOSES TO remain. . We will take orders for lumber fxem 199 to BOo SL, at the mill or delivered. We also manufacture lath ani sklagies of Al quality. Flooring a Specialty . Address all orders WESTPORT MILL CO. S.C,BZH3TO,8ut. Blais ! IMs !