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ASTORIA, OREGON: TUESDAY JULY 17, 18S3 COMMERCE AHD TRADE PORT OF ASTORIA. ARRl VALS FROXSiS A. Ooliuabla, S F, JnlylG VESSELS IS THE RIVER. Chrsebronch, Am sp Harry Morse. Am p Imperial, Am sp O 8 Hulbert, Am Highland Light, Ao.ip "orsica. Am ah Reaper, Am ip Indiana. Am Bp, Western Belle, Am sp litu, An GUcberrio. Br bk Olive S.Sontbard. Am sp Oolotaa, VESSELS OA T HE-WAT. Fron Forcijru Perts, for tho ColBrabla River Aberlemno, Br bk Newcastle Barker. Brsp April 23 Clyde Blencfell. Br sp May 14 London Banffshire, Br bk April 4 London Bhotan, Br.sp Liverpool May 12 Citj-'of Madrid. Br sp Mar 3 Clyde Ch&sca. Br bk Liverpool March 9 Calrnsmore, Brsp London April 27 Fiery Cross, Br sp Sidney Glenperis, Br bk April 23 Cardiff Gii-ran, Brbk April 26 London Grisedale. Br sp Liverpool April? Harry Bailey. Brbk Bnenos Arret Inchfrreen, Brsp 1091 Greenock, June 2 Ironside, Br bk Greenock May 19 Isle of Aoclesea, Brbk Mar 5 Liverpool Janet McNeil. Br bk Juno 13 Glasgow Spirit of the Dawn, Brbk May 2 London Kapunda, Br sp London April 7 Lake Erie, Br sp London April 29 Mallscate, Br bk Liverpool May -1 Jtalrnshire, Br sp Glasgow March 22 Oban Bay, Br bk Mar SI Glasgow Uakworth, Br sp Ft b 20 London Uberon. Br bk Hull J une 39 Oberon, Br sp London Juno 10 Rossdhu, Br sp Port Chalmers Mar 11 Roxburcshirc. Br bk Feb 6 London River Kith. Brhp May 25 Melbourne Scottish Tar, Br bk Liverpool. March H Shenlr. Br bkTfewcastle March 24 Wijrtonshiro. Br bk Bremen March 19 From American Ports. Carrie Window, Am bk X V March 15 MtWashington, Ara.sp New York April 13 M W Watts, Am bklfew ork May 12 Red Cross, Am sp X Y March 12 St. Lucie, sp New York March 11 Sovereign of the Seas, Am sp New York June : Tillie E Starbuck, Am sp N Y June 23 TIDE TABLE FOR ASTORIA From tables ol United States Coast Survey High Water. Low Water. Date-.., a.m. p. ji. A. M. P. M. 13..., H 15 lU IT 18 19 0 21 . 7 13 . 8 15 . 9 22 .10 28 -11 31..... - 0 ..$..... I 0 14"."!! 055 -1 38..... . 7 111. S 051. . 8 58 . 9 501., ..10 41. ....11 29J. 1 07.. .. 1 4C. . 2 22(. -2 50.. 1 17. 2 15. 3 17 4 19 , 5 21...... c in 7 o3 7 47. JSC ,. 1 50 .. 2 4G . 3 43 . 4 39 . 5 34 . 6 28 7 19' 8 19. 8 51. 8 07 .. 8 55 Columbia River Exports. SHIPMENTS rOEJIIGJ. KECAPrxULATIOX JAXUARY '83. 291.878 bus. wheat .'. S 30G.310 56,257 bbls flour....... 257,176 Total, ,3 cargoes..... 8 5G3.4S6 RECAPITULATION FK15RUARV. Wheat. 100.903 bus., value Flour, 29.4W) bbls., " ..S 179.193 . 144,433 Total? 5 cargoes.. . S 323.691 .RECAMTULATIOJf, MARCH. Wheat (197.524 bushels)...., 210,750 .$344.107 .... 13,030 . 0,900 riouritis.1-11 duis) Salmon (2GuO cases) ... Lumber (Mo ) . Total (8 cargoes) . RECAPITULATION' APRIL .$898,311 Flour, 24,830 bbls . Lumber, 37.r M........ . Total, 3 cargoes ....... MAY. ' 9r?ToLii-crpctol per Saranac. From Fortland 49,212 bus wheat . " " 3,5i bbls tlour . " " 1 cs mdse. , 5135.554 4(1.000 ...$160,554 $59,090 17.681 . 25 Total $77,002 JUNE. 29 To Liverpool per Ilycvale. From Fortland 994 bbls flour $ 4,970 Astoria 37,i! cs saunon 1SS.9C5 Total $193033 JULY. G To Lircrjutol per Ullocl;. From Fortland l.f34 bbls flour .. S?' Astoria 32,850 cs salmon.., $ 7.C73 101,250 fciTotal ..$ 17 1,923 213 To Liverpool per Emma T. CroieelL From,Astoria 47,233 cs salmon $23f.,ii m..- Domestic Exports. The receipts of certain articles of Or egon produce, -at ban Francisco, irom January 1st, 1883, to .11113 Utlii inclu sive, have been as follows: Flour, qr sks 203.600 Wheat, ctls . 21,239 Oats, ctls. 33.C0G Salmon ,'ibbls..... . 479 :hf bbls 174 cs 121.064 . pKgS ... 41 Apples, Ripe bxs...: . 8,300 Butter, pkgs 99 Potatoes, sks....: . 23.440 Wool, bales 19.66 Hides. '0.;. 23.3C5 Tallow, pkes..... .. 761 BceL bbls Hay. bales .. 23 Quicksilver, flasks 92 Iruit. Dried, pkgs 6.4&" Le&ilier.-pkgs .. . 722 Hops, bales....:..''. . . 499 Hams, pkgs... . Cheese, xs Flaxseed, sks 2.997 om. ctls . 11 Canned Goods, cs . 721 Lard.-'.pkgs...-. . Bacon; cs..... Common Council. Regular meotings second and fourth Tues day renintrs of each month, at 714 o'clock e"Forsons desirine to hare matters acted -span bytho Council, at any regular meeting must presont tho same to tho Auditor and Clerk on or before the Friday evening prior to the Tuesday on which tho Council holds its regular meetinm. TllOS. S. J EW KIT. Auditor and Clerk. Astoria Liodore Wo. 40, L O. G.I. Regular Meeting even Tuesday Evening at 7 o'clock, at Pythian Hall, Astoria. Mem bers of the Order, in cood Ftnndinc. are invit ed to attend. Degree meeting 1st Monday of each month. IJy order W. C.T. TemDle liOdjre. Wo. 7 A.F.A.M. Kegulor Communications first and'vVf third Tuesdays in each month, at7$J V o'clock, r. at the Hall in Astoria. Members of the Order, in good standing, ore invited to attend, lir orde: of tne W. M. American Lecrlon of Honor. Remilar nieetit:i? nf Astoria Council No. 995 is held on the first and third Saturdaj of eacu moum. ai 7 o ciocK p. m. SBtforder of Council Commander. It. V MoTKiTir, Sec'ty G3 ERMAIHA BEEli HALL AND BOTTLE BEER DEPOT. (jOarcfAMU8 Street. Astokia, JEheBest o Lager 5 Cts. a Glass Orders for the ia Left at this place will bo promptly attend edtt-o. - yo cheap San Francisco Beer sold at wis place WM. BOCK, Proprietor. The Secret of the universal success of Brown's Iron Bitters is sim ply this: It is the best Iron preparation ever made ; is compounded on thoroughly scientific, chemical and medicinal principles, and does just what is claimed for it no more and no less. By thorough and rapid assimilation with the blood, it reaches every part of the system, healing, purifying and strengthening. Com mencing at the foundation it builds up and restores lost .health in no other way can lasting benefit be obtained. 75 Dearborn Arc, Chicago, Nor. 7. 1 hare been a great suffererlVia a. very weaks tomach.b tanbum.aad dyspepsia in its wont firm. Nearly everything I ate pre me distress, end I could eat but little. I hare tried ererythinj; recommended, hare taken the prescriptions of a dozen physicians, but got no relief until I took Brown's .Iron Bitters. 1 feel none of the old troubles, ana am a sew man. I am getting much stronger, and feel first-rate, lin a railroad engineer, and now xsakc my trips regularly. I .can not say too much in praise of your wonder ful medicine. D. C. Uaoc Brown's . Iron Bitters does not contain whiskey or alcohol; and will not blacken the teeth, or cause headache and constipation. It will cure dyspepsia, indi gestion, heartburn, sleep lessness, dizziness, nervous debility, -weakness, &c. Use only Brown's Iron Bitters made by Brown Chemical Co., Baltimore. Crossed red lints and tradeaaxk oa wrapper. MARKETS. CENTRAL MARKET. General assortment of table stock constantly on hand, such as Canned Fruits and Jelly Bacon, Hams, Shoulders, Lard EGGS, BUTTER, CHEESE, resh Fruits and Vegetables FISH, POUJLTKT AND GA2IIF In the season. CIGAHS JUXU TOBACCO. Best of WINES AND IIQUORS. All chean for CASH. Goods sold on com mission. Opposite I. W. Case's store. J. RODdERS. Washington Market, Alain Street, - - Astoria Oregon BERGMAN & BERRY T ESPECTFULLY CALL THE ATTE2 1 tion of the public to the fact that the above .Market will always ba supplied with FULL VARIETY BEST QUALITY FRESH AND CURED MEATS I Which will he sold at lowest rotes, wholesale and retail, bpeclal attention given to suvply DE ShlSS. LOOK HERE ! Wc respectfully inform the public that we will always keep on hand the best quality of Fresh and Cured Meats Choice Family Groceries Fresh Fruits, Vegetables, Glass-ware. Crockery aud Shins. Hotels and Boarding nouses sun piled on liberal terras. A share of the public natronace Is respect fully solicited. dtf, WARREN & THOMPSON. STAR MARKET. WHERRY & COUP ANY, Fresli and Cured Meats, "7"o geta"ble js , FRUTS, BUTTER, and EGGS. OPPOSITE OCCIDENT HOTEL, C1IE'AMUS Street, Astoria, Og PERUVIAN BITTERS !, Wilmerding & Co., San Francisco. Loeb & Co., Agents, Astoria. For Sale. A C ACRES LAND 2Vi MILES FROM AS- rkJ toria, ou the John Day river, at S18 per acre usoia soon, inis is a eooa purcnase ior any one Gesin.Bg a smauiarm. Enquire of flbzOBTHfcJOILN, Lincoln's Dry Humor. "Just after Jeff Davis had been aptured," says a gentleman, re ported in tho Boston Traveler, "I called over to the white house to see President Lincoln. I was ushered in, and asked him, -Well, Mr. President, what are you going to do with JefF Davis?' Lincoln" looked at me for a moment and then said to me in his peculiarly humorous way: 'That reminds me of a story. A boy 'way out trest, caught a coon and tamed it to a considerable extent, but the animal created such mischief about the house that his mother ordered him to take it away and not to come horns until he could return without his pet. The boy went down town with the coon, secured with a strong piece of twine, and about an hour was found sitting on the edge of the curbstone, hold ing the coon with one hand and crying as though his heart would break. A big-hearted gentleman wno was passing sioppcu ana 1 r 1 .1 kindly inquired: 'Say, little boy, what is the matter?' The boy wiped a tear from his eye with his sleeve, and in an injured tone howled: 'Matter! Ask me what's the matter! lou see that coon there? Well, I don't know what to do with the darned thing. I can't sell it, I can't kill it, and ma won't let me take it home." Dr. B. L. Jenkins, who claims the credit of having predicted the present outbreak of cholera eleven years ago, contends in the Pall dfall Gazette that the disease which has periodically visited England is not Indian, but Ara bian, in its origin. The Indian cholera, he says, has uniformly exhausted itself in Russia and Germany, whereas the Arabian, in every instance where Eg3pt has been attacked, has been co municated to England. Dr. Jenk ins takes the gloomiest view of the present outbreak in Egypt, pre dicting that before the year closes the disease will be making ravages in every quarter of the globe. We learn with rare pleasure that ex-Sanitary Commissioner Rufus K. Hireman, of rew Orleans, was cured of a severe attack of rheu matism by St. Jacobs Oil," says the Columbus (Ga.) frnqmrcv Sun. HOSPITAL, ASTORIA, - - - 01iKGO THIS INSTITUTION, UNDER CAP.E OF the Sisters of Charity, is now ready for the reception of patients. Private rooms for the accommodation of any desiring them. Patients admitted at all houivdav or nlcht No physician has exclusive- right, everv patient is iree to ana uas tne privilege ol employing any pnysiciau tney preier. United StatH 31nrlue Seamen who nav Hospital Dues, are enti tied to Free caro and attendance at thisllos tained for United States Marinns at the Cus tom House. S I ST K IIS OF CnAUITl 6BABD CLEAMCE SAIE to make room for more Hardware ani Slip Clanilers A. VAN DUSEN & GO. Will sell at cost their entire stock of HATS AND GAPSI AXD BOOTS AND SHOES. These goods mast be disposed of as we are soon to receive another large lot of Hardware and Ship Chandlery And must have room to store it. Plumbing and Gas Fitting. T.ORYEA BROS. Plumlrers, Gas, and Steam Fitters. JoLblne 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 Dement's.Drug Store, Astoria, Oregon. Brewery Beer Saloon. The Best Beer's cts a Glass. Ilot Lunch" every Day from 10 to 12 A. M The best of Liquors and Cigars on hand. A deservedly popular place of social resort. GEO. HILLER. J. H. D. GRAY. Wholesale and retail dealer In. GROCERIES, FLOUR, AND FEED, Hayr0ats, Straw, Wood, Etc. LIME, SAND, AND CEMENT. Generalstorage and Wharfage on reason- iuie lenua. rooiui ueciun sireeu ASiona Oregon. YOU -WANT TO BDY A HOin? reat a building or sell anv nronprtv? CUAS. H, "WILLIAMSON & CO. tltaUzc3 and Enrlclie Hn llt-io;. Tint np tho Sytei:i, Mnkrs V.'-cI: Strong", Kalid up tbi i:nkf. doTva, Invisorat Brain, anil - OURS;-7 Dyspepsia, ITervons Affections, S-a era! ilsDility, Iseui-algia, icver and Ague, Paralysis, Chrciie Diarracea, Boii :cpr;, Humors, Pemaie Com plaints, Liver Cora plaint, Semitt-in: Pever. asil ILL DISEASES ORIGlKAmU V, I l .Z M'i' OF THE BLOOD. OR ACCraf.?.!' I' DEBILITY OR A LC; OF THE SVST12. Supplxsth: Uoid i:h hi V5(! 7rletl- lATo lilouient, ikon, n;ta. Visor and Jfcw I.ifo into U - 1 BEING FRLE FUOM ALCt:-!' ni; effecu ate not followed ly ': - imi, uzi tic r-ennaacnt. seth w. rowLi: rc )NJ. iV iairiioa Avtacc. &-:ci Xotlce of AppHeatlon ti rurelmse Timber Inmls. LAND OFFICE AT VAXCOl 1.1!. W.T.. 31ay is. 1SS3. Notice is herebv iven that in rotnidlanee with the provision of the Act of Congress approved June!, 1S73. entitled "An act lor the sale of timber lands in the slates of Cali fornia. Orecon. Nevada, and in ashiUKton Territor-." Hlehard SiKJncer.ofMiiltnoniMh uouniv, uregon. lias iuls nay ntii in mis ofilce. Ij'ls appliiMition to pnroliae the north east H. of section 10. township 0 iMrtli, of range s west ol the Willamette .Mertutan. Testimony in the alnive case will be taken lipfnw llif ftefrlcfor ntul 1foielvert Vancou ver. Wash. Ter on Sat unlay, the Sith dayj of.Iuly,ltiS3. Aiiv auu an crsons uavnit; auvere nmiih j to the above described lands, or any iHirtion thereof, are hereby required .to tllo their I claims in tills olllce within ?.ixty ( days from date hereof. FRED. W .SPARLING. llegiste j Notice of Application to Purchase Timber Lands. f AND OFFICE AT VANCOUVER. W.T. ju .May 2tu. isss. Notice is hereby given that in coinjdiance with the provisions of I he Art of Congress approvel June 3. 1S7S, entitled "An net for the sale or Timber Iunls in the States of California, Oregon. Nevada, and In Wash ington Territory," ucorge Miiaiuoon. oi Multnomah County, Oregon, has this day filed in this onicc his application to punrhase the .southeast i of Jjectinn t2. Tovnhip u north, of Rnnse 6 wet of the Willamette Meridian. Testimony in the above ease will lie taken before the'Register and Receiver at Van couver, Wash. Ten, on Tuesday, the Uth day of August, ii33. Any and all iiersons itavmg auverse ciaims to the above described lands or any portion thereof, are hereby required to Ale their claims in this olllce within sixty (CO) days from date hereof. FRED. V. SPARLING. jelO-Wd Kegiter. Aotiec or Application to iiireliase Timber Iantta. LAND OFFICE AT VANCOUVER W. T., ! Mav Ki.lSSJ. Notice is hereby given tliat m compliance with the provisions of the -et ol Congress approved June 3.1873. entitled "An act for the sale of limber lands in the Mntesnf Cali fornia, Oregon, Nevada, and in Washington Territory." Henry Obner. of Multnomah Count v." Oregon, lias this day filed in tills office ids application to purchase the east !4 of southwest J.1 and lots.: aud 4 of eetIon 1, township o notrli, of range 5 west of the Wil lamette Meridian. Testimony in the above cae will be taken before the Register and Receiver at Vancou ver, Wash. Ter., on Sat unlay, the 2Sth day of July, 1SS3. Any and all persons having adverse claims to the above described lands, or any iortiou thereof, are. hereby required to file their claims in this office within sixty (CO) days from date hereof. FRED. W. SPARLING, Register. Notice of Application to Purchase Timber Lands. LAND OFFICE AT VANCOUVER, W.T.. Mav 15, 18S5. police is nereuy given inai in compliance with the provisions of the Act or Congress approved June. :;, 1S7S, entitled "an act Tor the sale of timber lands in the .states of Cali fornia, Oregon. Nevada, and in Washington Territory." Gustav Kopplin. or Multnomah County, Oregon, has this day filed in tills office fits application to purchase the north east I4 of section 18. township 0 north, of range u west of the Willamette Meridian. Testimony In the above ease, will be takeh before the Register and Receiver at Vancou ver. Wash. Ter., on Monday, the 00th day of July, IS.!. Any and all iiersons having adverse claims to the above described lands, or any portion thereof, are hereby reuiiired to file their claims in this office within sixty 1001 days from date hereof. FRED. W. SPARLING. Register. PAREES'S HAIR BAESAES. T!.ji cl-jant dr?--jng is i-Tcfctxcd by tlifse wiuhare ucd it, to any slai'or anlclc, on ac count cf superior cleanliness and purity. It contains materials only that sr beneficial to the scalp and hair anihdnrays Restores the Youthful Color lo Crey or Faded Hafr Parker's Hair Balsam is finely perfumed and is warranted to prevent falling ci tlicfoir aiwl to re rooTedandrunaadnching. ILscox&Co.X.Y. 0c ud (1 ibn, it dealers ia drzgi inj arildat. PABKBR'S A Superlative Heallh and Slrennth Rcstcrer. If you ate a mechanic or farmer, worn out with J overwork or a moiner run uctm by tamuy cr rvcuse hold dudes try Packei:'sCincek Tckic. If you are a lawyer, minister or business man cr haustcd by mental strain or anxiou cares, do not take mtoxicaungstOTuIants,buttaeParker"sGingerTonl9 Ifvouhav ConsurapUoa, Dyspejsia, Kheurna ism, kidney Compbtnts, orany disorder of thelungs, stcraach. boarels, blood or nenes.PAi:i:Ens Ginger To:nc will cure you. ItistheGreatestBloodPurifier ftnd the Best and Surest Ccngh Care Ever Used. If you are wasting away frontage, dissipation cr any disease or weakness and recjuiic a stimulant take Ginger Tosic it once ; it will inviorate and buikl -ou up from the first dose but will never intoxicate. Ithassaredhusdieds of lives; it may save yours. CAUTIOX !-nfce all rArt!:c!M.rail?r'i GnwTonle Ii rarpwd cf the Lot rrfdiilicratJ In Uitr!J.lriftil7 AifrruX f.-ffia frTaral!rai of ctartr Une. radf rcircalirto II kvsAC Y. Mc&lUM,t!l'jdrji. CHEAT SATING ECYIXG DOIXAr. SIZS. Itsri. h and lasunir frazraacc bs nude this dtkghtful pcrfiune exceedingly popular. There is nothing like it. Jn;ist upon liavui-1 ixs TO:? Colog:;e :cd lock lor sinatsrect cn fmy Ictilt. Any in&U: or UiU: a ii-rj- f5 i.rN : Catarrh cured, liealth and sweet breath secured by Shiloh's Catarrh Rem edy. Price 50 cents. Masai Injector free. For sale by W. E. XJement. Tc. SIZE. snrrpnG KOTTCES. Columbia Transportation Co.! FOR PORTLAHDr J - (FAST TIME.) ! The )M)Kiixr steamor tf3- i FLEE7VOOD, I Which Iiils len refitted for tho comfort of iwensers v1ll leave ll."on ana Fisher's dock every Afforfy, Wednesday and Friday at G A.Ai. arriving at Portland at 1 P. M. IletwrHiiur Wve Portland everj Tussiteys and Thursdays at 6 A. f'. Arriving at Astoria at 1 P. fti. AH addition! trip will be made on Sunday of Each Week, Leaving Portland at U o'clocl Muntlny "lioi-ninK- I'teHiimers' bv tills routs connect at Kalama firwmlimri4. U. B. SCOTT, President. Sleamer "Quickstep. jW.II. HOBSO.N. - - MASTKK U ready Tor lwrtt-r. for frHfsht. toaie, or L.m e KMiiiti ai LiueniHK - uvk. rnlKr irticula:s Jiindy to Wm. T. COLEMAN & Co s Agency. Astoria and Portland. F.H SIIKKMAN. JIASTKll in make reuuir trips roriianu ami Astoria. lMinKlunic5rs duck, foot of Mor iImhi stnvt. Portland, at fi a.m. Saturdays. And will leae Wilson & Fisher's tfock, Astuna. at a. ?i. Thnrdavs. 3B"lre!!lit canied at reasonable rates. Steamer kt UELfC." Wl I.I. .MAKE TRIPS AS FOLLOWS : To YOUNGS HI V F.K. Mondays. Wwlneadays aiHl Satunlavs. Special triH as required. Will leave WItetHi S Fishers whaif at 1) o'eloeli -harp. caeli moming. LEWIS . IIAAVEN. Upper Astoria. Master. RE&DLAR STEAM PACKET. -Daisy," and Barge. Will leave Astoria, from Gray's Dock, For Oiney, and Head of Youngs River. Dally, at s a. m., (except Wednesdays and Sundays.) Returning same day, For landings on Lewis t Clark River, On Wednesdays, at K A. ... Returning sapie day. aarFor Freight or Passage, apjdy o hot or at Gray'sDock. where Freight will lie board. re- celved and stored, it iH'eeiir. J. II. D. GRAY. Notice of Application to Purchase Timber Lands. T AND OFFICE AT VANCOUVER. W.VT.. I 1J May 21th. 1. with the pnt isions of the act if Congress approved June 3. 1K7., entitled "An act for the sale of Timber Lands in the States of California. Oregon. Nevada, ami in Wash i.tgton Territory," Nicholas Fehn. of Mult nomah emmty, Oregon, has this day tiled in tills omee His :ip4ieatHn to purchase tin; north-enst of section 12. Townsliin north of Range West, of tin-Willamette Meridian Testimony in tin- above case will 1k taken before the Register and Receiver, at Van couver. Wasli. Ter. mi ThurMlav, the Dth day of August. 1883. Anv and all persons having adverse claims to the above leMTibel lands or anv portion thereof, are hereby required to rile their claims in this office within ixty 0) days from date hereof. FRED. W. SPARLING, je9-60d Register. Xotiee or Application to I'nrcliose Timber Lands. LAND OFFICE AT VANCOUVER W.T. May 21th. 18S3. Notice is hereby given that in compliance with the provisions of the Act of Congress approved June 3, l$7s, entitled "An Act for tliesaleof Timber I-ands in the States of California, Oregon. Nevada, and In :isli- Inston Territory." Harry Reck of Mult nomnh County. Oregon, has this day filed in this ntnee his application to purcnase the South KastJi of Section S. Township 9 orth.or Kange.t est, or tite iliametle Meridian. Testimony in the above case will betaKcn before the Register and Receiver, at Van couver, Wash. Ter., on Thursday, the 1Mb, day of August, 1SS. Any and all persons having adverse claims to the above described lands, or any iortion thereof are hereby rcmiired to tile their claims in this ofilce v.ltlim sixty (Go) days Irom d.ue Hereof. FRED. W. SPARLING. je9-G0d Register. HILL'S VARIETIES. GEO.llILU - -WALTER PARKS, - - PROPRIETOR STAGE MANAGER Engagement of MISS SUSIE LEE, Song and Dance Artist. JIISS MARY MOULTOX. Character Actress and RccitatioueAs. MISS FAXXIE AVALTON, Songstress. BABY WEST, The Child "Wonder. MR. HENRY WEST, Ethiopian Comedian. WALTER PARKS. Comedian. CIIAS. BARROWS. Actor. Together with a new Under the management of I'ROF. CIIARLliS ItlCILVRDS. All the Old Favorites Retained, Open all the Year l'etfonnancc Every Mght luitire change or rrogramme Every Xiyht, Comprisiut; SONGS, DANCSS AND ACTS. We give the Best Variety Entertainment la the West. The theatre Is crowded nljclitly. and all wno nave witnessed ine entertainment, pro nounce it to be equal to any given elsewhere, Mr. Hill as a caterer for the public's amusement cm not oe exceueu. Auyuouy wisliing to sjr . d a pleasant evening and see sparkling wit and beauty without vul garity, should improve the opportunity and come. The company comprises the following well known Artists : Miss Fasxik AVArrox. Miss Maisy Modxtok, MR. V'AI.TKlt P.MtKS. Mlt. ClTAS. BAKKOWS. Mr. Hiixrv West. All of which will appear nightly in their dif. ierent sifeciames. Open air concert every evening ; perform ance commencing at 8 ; entrance to theatre on Benton street; lKUiue boxes on Chena mus sircei. xv osr atxtrs xn -.-rpzu auceession : Notice. Ill AYE THIS DAY SOLD A ILILF IX terest In the business of sailmaking to Mr. J. Hess, of this city. Mr. Hess has been with me in the capacity of foreman for a isumuer 01 years anu is limy competent m all the branches of sailmakinr. Hereafter the business will be carried on in the linn name of the.Astoria ,Sall-loIt, J iiess a: i;o., proprietors. J. HESS. A.M. JOHNSON. TRAXSPORTATIOl?' LINES. Oregon Railway a. Navigation C03I1 (K'SAX DIVISION. Cn and after April 1st, 1823. Ocean Steamers will sail from San Fran cisco and Portland every three !nyx. Leaving Spear St. wharf San Francisco, at 10 :) A. 31.. and Ainsworth Dock, Portland, at Midnight. TliroKcli Tiol-etK sold to all principa cities ia the United States, Canada ami Kiiropc. River and Rail Division. On and After March 18, 1883. RAIL DIVISION. Trains leave Portland for Eastern points, at 7 :20 A. M. Sundajs excepted. KlYCi: WIVJSIOX Oliddlc Columbia). Eoats leave Portland for Dalles" at 7 -.00 A. M. ALSO : 1 1iand1for"lMonj Tul7e. jjlinj Fri. I Sat Astoria andl lumbia.... I AMS A51 C AM H AM AM Davton. Or.!7AM 7 AM 7 AM 6 AM ,05,; IK AM I 16 AM I ctorialicU Am!- AMls AMjcAM AM ! 6 AM Leaves Astorin for Portland nt 6 a. m. daily ex cept Similar. Astoria to Portland. FAST LINK. Steamer Widn West will leave Astoria for Portland. I I3I. ltehirniusr. leaves Portlaml for Astoria, 5A. 21., daily, Wednesdays excepted. Pnllmsa Palace Cars runnios between Port land. AValla Walla ami Durton. JOnN JIUTR, Superintendent of Traffic A. I- STOKES, Assist. Supt. Trafile. C. II. PiriLSCOTT. Manager. ilvvaco Steam Navigation Go.'s Steamer "Gen. Miles," Will make two round trips from Astoria to Fort Canfay. and ilwaco, ON" I'oinmrncing Jane "1st, IS&, Will leave Astoria, at To'cIoclcA. 31. and KKTi'KN. connecting with the O. R.&N.Co's Steamer "AVide West." to or from Portland, And leave Astoria again, for j Ilwncn. direct, at I o'clock P. 51. I After July .Itli. either the j Steamer Gen. Miles, or Gen. Canby, Will make two kocnii TUtrs. daily, con necting with the "Wide West," (Sundays, and Wednesdays excepted.) leaving Astoria at 0 A. 31. on Wed lies days, And 10 A. 31. on Suudnys. Direct for Canby. and Ihvaoo. J. II. D. GRAY, Agent. Oregon & California R.R Co On an after May 13, 18SS, trains will run as follows, UAlliX (kicept Sundays;, KASTSIDK P1VISION. Kclvcen POKTLA.VD ami Gtr.XDALC MAIL Tr.AUt LEAVE. ARRIVE. Portlaml 7:30 A. M.tGIondale 10:2.". r. y. Glendale 1:W A. m. IPorrinml l:2Tir. v. ALBANY EXPRESS TRAIN. LEAVE. ARRIVE. Pariland i: P. M.ihebanon 9.20 P.M I.6bt:.in ... -1:1'. A. M.il'ortland10:05A.M Th Oregon ad Csilifornia Railroad Fcrrj naked cHctioa with nil HHlarTrnirw 00 tiasttside liivHion. K-TXIIS IMVISH9. ;et-A-rei I'orilanil and C'orvnIlI. MAIL TRAI5 LEAVE. ARRim Portland 9:00 A. M.ICorvallh P. M Con allls 8:80 A. M. Portland 3:20 T. il EXPKKS3 TltiVIX LEAVE. ARRIVE. Tortland 5:00 r. K.McMinnvilIe-.8:00 p. 11. McMinnvillettjA-M.ll'ortland .. 8:C0.. it. Close connections mado at Glcndnlo with thoStaeos of tho Oregon and California Stage Company. J3BTicketsforsaIontalltheprincipalpointJ in California and tho East, at Company's Office. Corner F ami Front Sts., Portland, Or. Storago will be charid on freight remain in? atCompanys Warenouia over 24 hoars. Freight will not be received for shipment aftor 5 o'clock P. M. on either tho East or Uestsido Division. JOHN .ML IK.Sup t or Xraiiic. ,V. 1 STOKES, Asst. SupI. of Trafile. Shoalwater Bay Transportation Co. SUMMER ROUTE. Astoria to Olympia, Touching at Fort Stevens, Fort 4"nnby, Ilwaco. Xortli BeacIi.Oj'Sterville, Xortli Cove, Petersons Point. IIo quiun:, JIontCMnxio, And all points on Shoalwater Bay, and Gray Harbor. GEX. MILES. blrs. or On Columbia River. GEX.CAXBY GEX. GARFIELD MOXTESAXO Shoalwater Bay. Gray's Harbor Connecting with Stages over Portages. Leave Astcria.for Olympia, at - - 7 A. 21. On Mondays, Tliursdays and Saturdays, arriving at Montesano the day after leavm; Astoria through trip in 60 hours. Leave Olympia for Astoria on same days. Xotice of Application to Purchase Timber .Lands. T AXD OFFICE AT VANCOUVER, W. T., JU Mav 15. 18S2. Notice is liereby given that in compliance with the provisions of the Act of Congress approved Junes, IS78, entitled An act for me sale 01 timuer mnusm tne states 01 can fomia. Oregon. Nevada, and In Washington Territory." Mathias C. Aten.of Multnomah county, uregon. nas tins uay men in tins oflicc his application to purchase the east of northwest .i and lots l and 2 of section 18. township 0 north, or range 5 west of the-AVil-lamctte Meridian. Testimony In tne above case will be taken before the Register and Receiver at ancou ver. Wash. Ter., on Monday, the SOth day of .luiy, isss. Anv ami all nsrsons having adverse claims to the above described lands or anv portion thereof, are hereby required to file their claims in this office within sixty (Co) days irom date nereor. FRED. W. SPARLING. Register. Leinenweber & Co., C. T-CIXKXWE1IEK. ii. BROWN. ESTABLISHED 1S5. ASTORIA, OREGON, mm km cbrbeies, Manufacturers aud Importers of LL KINDS OF AXD FINDINGS "vVholesale Dealers In OIL AND TALLOW. ear-Highest cash price paid for Hides and Tallow. That Hacking Cough can he so quickly cured by Shiloh's Cure. We guarantee It. Sold by W.E, Dement. ' Notice of Application to Purchasa Tim b er -Lands.- LATD OFFICE AT VANCOUYBB, "W.T., May 24th. 18S3. Notice is hereby given that in compliance with the provisions of tho Act of Congress, approved June 3, 1878, entitled "an Act for the sale of timber lands In the State of California. Oregon. Nevada and In Washing ton Territory." Charles Bild, of Mult nomah County. Oregon has this day filed in this ofilce his application to purchase th North West H of Section 8, Township 9 North of Range 5 West, of the WUlamett Meridian. Testimony in tho above case will be takea before the Register and Receiver, at Van couver, AVashTcr., on Thursday, U6 th day of August. 1S33. Any and all persons having adverse dalaw to the above described lands, or any portion thereof, are hereby required to file thrsir claims in this office within sixty (60) days from date hereof. FRED. W. SPARLING, Je9-C0d Register. Notice of Application to Purchase Timber Lands. LAND OFFICE AT VANCOUVER, W. T.. May 24th, 1S83. Notice is hereby given 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 California, Oregon, Nevada, and In Wash ington Territory," Charles Beatner, of Mult nomah county, Oregon, has this day filed m this ofilce his application to purchase the East V- of North West and EastJof South. Wast a of Section 12, Township 9 North, of Range 6 West, of the Willamette Meridian. Testimony in the above case will be taken before the Register and Receiver, at Van couver, Wash. Ter., on Thursday, the 9th. dav of August, 1S33. Any and all persons having adverse claims to the above described lands, or any portion thereof, ara hereby required to file their claims in this office within sixty (GO) days from the date hereof. FRED. W. SPARLING, jeft-cod Register, Notice of Application to Purchase Timber Lands. LAND OFFICE AT VANCOUVER. W. T. May 15th, 1SS3. Notice is hereby given that in comnlianc with the provisions of tho Act of Congrtss approved June 3, 1878, entitled "An act for me saie oi iimDcr tanas in inc states or Cali fornia, Oregon. Nevada, and in Washington Territory. "Henry Menser. of Multnomah County.'Oregon, nas this day filed in this fltn ce ins application to purcnase tne ease a of northwest M and west Vi of northeast of section 22. township o north, of range 5 west or ine Willamette lcriaian. Testimony in the above case will be taken before the Register and Receiver at Vancou ver. asn. xer.. ou iionaay. tne 30tn nay oi July. 1SS3. Anv and all persons having adverse claimi .to the above described lands, or any portion. inereoi, are liereoy requirea 10 ma ineir clahps in this office within sixty (60) days trom uaie nereor. FRED. W. SPARLING. Register. Notice of Application to Purchasa Timber Lands. LAND OFFICE AT VANCOUVER, W. T.. May 15. 1S83. Notice is hereby given that In compliance with the provisions of the Act of Congress approved Junes, 1873, entitle "An act for the sale of timber lands In tho states of Cali fornia, Oregon, Nevada, and in Washington Territory," Bazel Latham, of Multnomarr County. Oregon, has this day filed in this office his application to purchase the south east H of section 18. township 9 north, of range 5 west of the Willamette Meridian. Testimony In the above case will be takea berore the Register and Receiver at Vancou ver.Wash. Ter., oa Saturday, the 23th day of July, 1SS3. Any and all persons having adverse claims to the above described lands, or'any portion thereoL are hereby required to file their claims in this ofilce within sixty (60) days from date hereof. FRED. W. SPARLING, Register Notice of Application to Purchase Timber Lands. T AXD OFFICE AT VANCOUVER, W. T., 1JL way 2Uth, lSS:. Xotice is hereby given that in compliance with tho nrovisioas of the Act of Congress approved June 3, 1S78, entitled "An act for the sale of Timber Lands in he States of California, Oregon, Nevada, and in Wash ington Territory," Chauncey B.Smith, of of Multnomah county, Oregon, has this day iilcd in this ofilce his application to purchase the north-west X of section 10, Township 9 north, of Range 5 west, of the Wiiamette Menuian. Tcstlmonv in thf ahovft caso will be taken before the "Register and Receiver, at Van couver, Aash. Ter,, on Monday, the 13th day 01 AUgUSt, 1BXJ. Anv and all persons havine adverse claims to the above described lands, or any portion tiiercor. are nereDy requirea to me tneir claims in this office within sixty (60) days rrom dato hereof. FRED. W. SFAKLINtr, jelo-CQd Register. Notice of Application to Purchase Timber Itands. LAND OFFICE, AT VANCOUVER, W. T., May 15th, 18S3. isotico is ncreuv given mac 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 CaU fornia. Oregon. Nevada, and In Washington Territory," John E. Furry, of Multnomah county, uregon, nas tins uay mea in tnis 01- uco ins application to purcnase me souiu west .i of Section 22. TownshlD 9. north", of Range 5 west of tho Willamette Meridian. Testimony In tho above case will be taken before the Register and Receiver, at Van couver. Wash. Ter. on Monday, the SOth day of July.l$S3. Any and all persons having adverse claims to the above described lands, or any portion thereof, are hereby requirea to. ills their claims in this office within sixty (CO) days from date hereof. ' Register. Notice of Application to Purchase Timber Lands. LAND OFFICE AT VANCOUVER, W.T., May 29th, 1883. Notice is hereby given that In compliance with the provisioasof tho Act of Congress approved .nine 3. isis, entitiea"An act. wr the sale of Timber Lands in the States of California, Oregon. Nevada, and In Wash ington Territory." unaries ju. iiooa, orMuit nomah County, Oregon, has this day filed in this office his application to purchase the northeast & of Section 8. Township 9 North, of Range 5 west of the Willametto Meridian. Testimony in the above case will, be taken berore tho Register and Receiver, at Van couver, Wash. Ter., on Monday, the 13th day of August, ISS3. 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) day3 days from date hereof 3 FRED. W. SPARLING, jclO-COd Rpgister. Notice of Application to Purchasa Timber Lands. LAND OFFICE AT VANCOUVER, W.T., May 2Uth, 1833. Notice Is hereby given that in compliance with the provisions of the Act of Congress approved Juno 3, 1678. entitled "An act for the sale of Timber Lands in the States of California, Oregon, Xevadaand In Wash ington Territory," William. Fllnn, of Mult nomah County, Oregon, has this day filed in ills office his application to purchase tha southeast hi of Section 12. Township 9 north, or Range 5 west of the Willamette Meridian. Testimony in the above case will be taken before the Register and Receiver at Van couver, Wash. Ten, on Tuesday, the ltth day of August, 1883. , , , Any and all persons having adverse claims to the above described lands, or anj poruoa thereoL are hereby required to file their claims in this office within sixty (60) days from date hereoL SPARLING, jelO-COd Register. Notice of Application to Purchasa Timber Lands. LAND OFFICE AT VANCOUVER. W T., May 15, 1833. Xotice is hereby given that in compliance with the provisions of the Act of Congress approved June 3, 1878. entitled "An act for the sale of timber land3 in the states of Cali fornia, Oregon, Nevada, and in Washington Territory,r Robert Crayton, of Multnomah County, Oregon, has this day filed in this office his application to purchase the south west J4 of section 10. township 9 north, o range 5 west of the Willamette Meridian. Testimony in the above case wlU be taken before the Register andltecelver at Vancou ver, Wash. Ter., on Saturday, the 28th day of July, 1833. 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 ofHce within sixty 60) days from date hereof. FRED. W. SPARLING , . Register Croup, Whooping CougkandBron? chitia immediately relieved by Shllon'3 Cure. Sold by W. E. Dement.