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TUESDAY- July 29, 1873
An Adroit Kobbcry.
"Witli its unfailing fertility, of resource,
the Figaro recounts the following extra
ordinary histery: There are in Paris two
or tliree women whose scandalous fortune
lias removed them from the demi monde,
and placed them in a world apart. One
of these women is notorious throughout
Europe for adventure.-:, and her diamonds
are said to he worth eight millions of
francs.. Among the most intimate of her
visitors was a Sir Joseph D., a gentleman
of distinguished appearance and perfect
manners, whose advances were not dis
couraged by Madame . It would
teem, however, that the fascinating Eng
lishman sought her diamonds, for he turn
ed out to he the leader of a hand f rob
lters admirably organized. His plans
were deeply laid. In the month of Janu
ary last year, he pursuaded the husband
of !Madame , for she was married,
that his rooms would be marvelously im
proved, if the ceiling were painted with
frescoes and he recommended an Italian
artist, whopame from lilan, and as one
of the band, profited by hia presence in
the apartments to take impressions of all
A month afterward the Englishman
persuaded M. that his wife's dia
monds were not secure, and advised him
to buy a safe from an English maker
whom he could recommend. The safe
duly arrived. At the end of two months
" hir Joseph" warmly recommended one
of his friends, a jeweler of Munich, who
was anxious to copy the magnificent jew
elry for Empress of Austria, and Madame
granted the wish. Copies having in
Lliis way been obtained, a valet, who was
in the interests of the Englishman, having
access to the depository of the jewelry by
means of false keys, gradually abstracted
the gems and replaced them by artificial
ones. The deception passed unnoticed
until a friend of Madame , on the eve
of a visit to London, borrowed a single
hAonc, supposed to be of immense value.
In some business transaction with a noted
London jeweler the stone happened to
come in question, and the jeweler declared
it to be a were imitation. The police were
put upou the track, and so the affair came
Expelling Flies from Rooms. It is
stated that if two and a half pounds
of powdered laurel leaves are macer
ated or boiled in two gallons of water,
until their poisonous quality is ex
tracted, and with the solution a white
wash is made, by adding as much
quicklime as can be slacked in it, and
if a room be whitewashed with the
preparation, flies will not settle on the
walls for six months. It is also as
serted that if paste, made by stirring
together one pint of the powdered
laurel leaves with a quarter of a pint
of glicerine, be applied to windows
and door casings, a room so prepared
will soon be emptied of flies. Two
applications of this paste are said to
be enough to keep a kitchen clean
of insects for a fortnight.
There is nothing disagreeable or
deleterious to human beings in the
odor of the wash or paste, though lau
rel leaves, or laurel water, taken into
the stomach, acts as a violent poison.
isashville's oldest inhabitant is
much interested in Bryant's "Homer1
because, as he says, although he
did'nt know Ajax personally, he wras
very well acquainted with A. Jackson,
and voted for him for President.
Astorian Ofi'ice, July 21.
Following is a correct list of prices ruling in
this market to-day:
hugars Crushed "fi lb V
Run Francisco Golden V
Sandwich Island 12J
Coffee Costa Rica 2o
Fresh Ground JHlA
Teas Young Hyson .. $1
Japan. : ..... ..:.. 55
Flour Salem Mills sack 1 oO
Meal 3 K sack .'. 2 00
Crackers $ lb 10
( 'andles 25
hico .. 10
Salt?' civt. 1 00
inegar ? gallon
Golden Syrup gallon
Hams ? lb
h:won S lb
hard t lb
Gutter i lb :..-..
l4isrs i dozen
Apples Green f bushel
Reaches dried 3 lb
i ,.pney t! lb, r...-....;........:...v.....2
: owtoes ik :...:..t.. oiuiMcrow 2x;c
nions lb ,..,, .c ,
Xiantcw,tKSl25;Shortsl7o, Wheats 00
xXti skins 1
iiides, dry, tm..rA..&u..xMQ&H
grccu'yhtA ..f.-.r,... og& lie
CLARKE, HENDERSON & 'COOT.
This Spade is Reserved!
j i six;.
K . ii
D.kumfs . Kew, . Building I
THE SEASIDE HOUSE.
' CLATSOP J3EACH.
MR. C. II. DEXTER, Formerly of the " Cliff
lip use." San Francisco, announces to his
friends and the public that he has leased the
new and elegant Hotel recent' orectod, by
lien Holladay, Esq., upon tho site of the old
Summer House, at Clatsop Beach. The house
is elegantly furnished, and possesses all mod
ern improvements. A large and spacious Din
ing Room, Billiard Room, extensivo Parlors,
Bath Rooms, Rooms en suite, ,etc, etc., all
well arranged for the comfort of Guests. Tho
Grounds are beautifully laid out. A half-mile
Race Track, with Shell drive; Croquet Ground
Children's Play Ground, Swings, etc., etc.
Boats upon tho creek; plenty of Trout Fishing;
a splendid Stablo, with Saddle Horses for
those who wish for Equestrian rides ever the
Beach; Bathing Houses, for Salt Water Bath
ingand. in fact, everything necessary for tho
Pleasure Seeker, tho Tourist or tho Invalid.
Ocean, Mountain, Forest and River Scenery,
combined, make this the finest Place of Resort
in tho World. Tho climate is oquable never
subject to extromes of heat or cold and one of
the healthiest places upon tho Globe. The
Table will bo unexeolled, 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.
CHARLES H. DEXTER.
(Fifteen Miles Northwest of Astoria.)
At Unity, Baker's Bay, W. T.,
THE UNDERSIGNED HAS PURCHASED
tho above house at this favorite resort.
Having thoroughly renovated and furnished
the isaine with new material, it will bo kept in
The table will be furnished with the host tho
market affords. Fresh l'ish, Oysters and
Clams in every style. No pains will bo spared
to mako guests comfortable
The above house is only one and a half miles
from the Ocean Beach, whore anglers 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 betweon Unity and Shoal
water Bay. JOHN HUNTER, Proprietor.
A. C. "WIPvT, PROPRIETOPv
Is prepared to cntortain tho public. Horses
and Coach, with Baggage Wagon and careful
drivers to convey parties to any point.
'RS, CLOUTRIE WISHES TO INFORM
tho public that she has commoted her
large new two-story house, which is hard
finished throughout, and is now prepared to
receive visitors at this well known resort.
VISITORS WltL FIND THE ABOVE
named House open for tho entertainment
of guests during tho season, as usual
EOR SALE OR RENT.
THE WELL KNOWN SKIPANON HOUSE,
Together with Horses, Carriagos; and somo
For Sale or Rent!
on reasonablo terms. Said Houso is situated
at tho Landing of Clatsop Plains. For further
particulars inquire of the undersigned.
Skipanon, Juno HO, 1878. D. E. PEASE.
ftirs. m . sogers,
PRIVATE BOARDING HOUSE,
Corner of Cass and Jefferson streets.
American Exchange Hotel
Cor. Front and Washington streets.
QUIMBY & PERKINS PROPRIETORS
Free Coach to the House'
CIIEMEKETA HOTEL Salem, Oregon.
WESLEY GRAVES, Proprietor,
fi55""Thc cheapest andbestHotelin the State.
Free Coach to tho House. ,
(Kept on tho European Plan,)
ZIEBER & HOLTON.'... .PROPRIETORS
Cornor Stark and Front streets, Portland.
RTARD HOUSE H. Cazabas, Proprietor.
Viow street, Victoria, British Columbia.
MPIRE HOUSE J. D'Briex, Proprietor.
Opnosito Railroad depot and Steamboat
Landing, Kalama W. T. The best and cheap
est Hotel in Kalama.
FISK HOUSE-JACOB KE1L Proprietor,
First st , bet. Main and Madison, Portland.
Having bought this well known house, 1 re
spectfully :isk tho patronage of citizens and of
the traveling public. Uood moals furnished,
and beds always clean. Hot and cold bath,.
Board, $4 oO a week. Poard, with Lodging,
So-0 to $'!. Meals, 25 cents. Lodging, 25
cents. Thoso wishing a good quiet place to
board, please call.
G. B. COOK. . "W. H. ANDRUS.
Occidental Hote I ,
(Kopt on tho European Plan,)
COOK & ANDRUS.... PROPRIETORS
Corner Firs t and Morrison steets, Portland.
OVES HOTEL LEWIS LOVE Proprietor
Iirst streot between Main, and Madison,
Portland, Oregon. This Hotel having been re
modeled and refitted throughout, with new
furniture, is .now openod to. tho public. Tho
taple will bo supplied with tho be.st the mark
et affords, and the charges will be oxtromely
ACIFIC HOTEL Sikes &Quimby, Proprs.
Main street, Olympia, W. T. Stage office.
SAILROAD HOUSE J. McGratii, Propr.
Good meals, clean beds moderate prices.
'I cnino, W. T., present terminus N. P. R. U.
d" !i !- EJisN'Ai
Ca- x7llC4.l 1C7C9 IdULOll
Corner Front and Morrison Streets.'
j-b. spimNGEii......::.- proprietor
FrfHE-BEST HOTEL ,LN THE STATE, JluUoii i.pt oinarmgecontMc
Xndthqmly;pnejdiadq6fbriclcaPojind.. yiOrdOTOthCourt M.DIcWAN.,, .ibia-fbrCKbaring objections thof So
jraffllftliedftodaM " 7 Tt ,., iirQAtb:fiP-1?l0,4&5 ffiQIilZABETILBJiOWNAdminisfe
'hvithWthodern6nveriiohces:J iu' ' Dated July ? th, 1873. . j2b0w.. Astoria Oregon, July lithlb78ji
Pianos Mater M Timer,
Cornor Third and Salmon Streets,
FORTLAXD. ----- OREGON.
UPRIGHT PIANOS MADE TO ORDER.
B3Pianos and Organs Repaired and Tuned.
ALL WORK GUARANTEE!).
OREGON ROOT AND SHOE STORE I
S. M. BARR, J. C. KINGSLET.
PARR & KINTGSLEY,
PRINCIPAL RETAILERS OF THE STA
ple brands of Eastern, California and Ore
gon Roots and Shoes, No. l-'to First street cor
ner Yamhill, Portls'ind Oregon.
K With our long experienco and small ox
pense we are enabled to sell cheaper than any
other house in tho city of Portland. As tho
proverb goes SI 00 saved is $2 00 made: Call
and see and give us your trade.
BARK & KINGSLEY.
Corner of Yamhill and Fin,t streets,
Groceries GROCERIES Groceries
WHOLESALE OR RETAIL.
m JfcJTTho best stock of STAPLES and TEA
in Oregon. All goods warranted.
Pacific Root and Shoo Store,
S. W. Corner First and Morrison Streets,
W3.0N AND AFTER TniSDATE I WILL
sell, for Cash, of California mako, Ladies 1st
quality IS thread lasting Kid foxed Bal-
morals 82 r0, Former prico S3 00
2d quality Hi thread do 1 7o, " 2 f0
Misses 1st quality do 2 00, " 2n0
Mioses 2d quality do 1 oO, " 2 00
Children's 1st qual. do 1 50, " 2 00
Children's 2d qual. do 12o, " 150
GEO. A. PEASE.
E. MIL WAIN,
93 Front and 9(5 First Street,
ft3- WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER
in Stoves, Sheet-iron, Tin-plate, etc. Plumb
ing and Gas fitting cheaper than any other
houso in town.
Is prepared to build Boats of all sizes and
descriptions either of EASTERN or HOME
At Less than San Pranoisco Prices !
Freight deducted Orders loft at tho Astortan
Office, or addressed lothc undersigned, will re
ceive attention V W JJOXJTON, Unity, W T
ANTED-A SCHOOL TEACHER FOR
two children, at tho houso of tho Princi
pal Light keeper at Capo Disappointment.
Address, J . W. MUNSON,
July 12th, 1S7JJ. Cape.
NOTICE OF EliECTION.
PUBLIC NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that on tho first Monday, tho 4th day of
August, 1878, at the Court Houso, in tho town
of Astoria, in the county of Clatsop, an elec
tion will be held for town officers, to-wit:
A MARSHAL; ' , ?"'
A TREASURER; .
Of Streets and Harbor.
"Which Election will be held, at nino o'clock in
the morning, and will continuountii six o'clock
in the afternoon of the samo day.
By order of the Common Council.
VyJULXJL.JJiiO OlXi XilAO, JUt-XUlUU-i .
Dated, this 21st day of July, 187
N THE COUNTY- COURT of THE STATE
of Oregon, for tho County of Clatsop, July
7th, 187.. Jn tho mattor of tho estate of Mills
L. Callender deceased. It appearing to tho
Court, upon tho petition of Pliilo Callender,
administrator of said estato, praying for an or
der to soil tho real estato of said deceased that
it is necessary that .said real estato bo sold to
pay tho expenses of administration and claims
against the estate; it Is ordered, that all per
sons interested in said estato bo cited to appear
before thk Court, on Monday, September 1st,
1873. at tho (urt-houso in Astoria, Clatsop
cpunty, Oregon, to show causo, if any thero be
why license should not bo granted to tho said
nflmiinatflltni fn Qfll KJlill Xtf OSfjlfo. fllSlrill-
situate in said county of Clat'op. containing
S20 acres, and that notice of said avphcation
N THE C1RCURT COURT OF THE STATE
, of Orecron for tho county of Clatsop.
Pnssnn (). Anderson. Plantiff, vs. Lewis P.
Andorson. Defendant: To Lewis P. Anderson
tho defendant, you aro hereby required to an
swor the complaint filed against you in tho
above entitled suit, at tho first term of said
Court to be field at Astonain and ior said
County ami Stato next aftorsixweeks from tho
lJi. uiu .i wii-A vi.wiA..uvn.i. .... ., .. ";-" M.
Boat BUILDING !
Y. VY. BOUTON,
ed as follows, to-wit: Part of sections No. 4, 5,
8 and 9. of township 7, north rango 10 west,
bo published in tho Tri-N oekly Astonan, tor
four successive woeks, beforo said 1st day of
September, 1873. J. W. MOFFITT,
"Writ of SpecislElectitm.
To- tJia Sheriffs of tho scverar'Coiint
within the State of Oregon :
Whkreas, At a general election hold on tlTe
tlmd day of June-, a. p., 1s72, tho Hon. Joskph
&. Wilson was duly elected Representative of1
the State of Oregon in the Forty-third Congress
of tho United States; and
Wherkas, Since the said olectior, said office
has become vacant by tho death of said inciun
Witekkas, Ry provision, of the Constitution
of the United States, and tho laws of this State,
it has become tho duty of the Governor there
of to issue his writ of election to fill such va
cancy; Now,, thereforo, I, L. F. Grover. Govorcor
of the State of Oregon, do hereby command
you and each of you to notify tho sovoral
Judges of Election within and for your sovoral
counties, to hold a special olection of Ropro
sentativo in Congress to fill tho vacancy aforo
said, on Monday, tho (1H) thirteenth day of
October, LSTo, and that you cause all proper
notices to bo given thereof according to law,
Givon undor nry hand and the seal of tho
State of Oregon, at Salem, this tenth day of
July, a. d. l7:.
L. S. L. F. GROVER.
Attest: S. F. Chadwick.
Secretary of State Oregon.
TTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT BY
1?? virtue of a "warrant issued by Charles
Stevens, Recorder of tho town of Atoria,
Oregon, and dated July 7th a. p. liwo, com
manding mo to levy upon the goods and chat
tels of W. P. Burns, delinquent tax payor, on
lot No. 4, in Block No. 144, in tho Town of
Astoria County of Clat'-op and 'State of Oregon,
assessed for tho improvement of Main street
m said town a. d. 1j72, as ktid out and record
ed by Cyrus Olney,. and upon which assess
ment there remains duo aad unpaid tho sum
ofS20 00 and in default of anv personal prop
C1'k 1 have this day levied upon said lot No.
4 in Mock : Io. 141, in said town of Astoria as
provided by law, and on Tuesday tho 5th dav
of Augitet LS7:, at tho hour of 2 o'clock p. m. on
that day I will soil, the abovo described lot
No. 4, in Block 141, at tho Council Chamber
door, in tho Town of Astoria Clatsop Countv
Oregon to the highest bidder therefor in gold,
or silver coin, to recover said sum of $20 0O
and accruing costs and expenses of sale,
W. M. CHAN CE,- City Marshal,
Astoria Orogon, July 7th 1878.
JUSTICE .COURT FOR THE PRECINCT
of Asteria: Civil action to recovor money.
Stato of Oregon, County of Clatsop ss:
George Birchard, Plaintiff,)
vs. J-To Thomas DtXD-
ThomasPungan.Defend'ntJ gan tho defond'nt
above named: In tho name of tho Stato of
Oregon, you are hereby required to appear bt
foro tho undersigned, a Justice of the Peace
for tho Precinct aforesaid, on tho loth day of
August, 1878, at 9 o'clock in the foronoon of
said day, at tho office of said Justico, in said
Precinct, to answor tho alwvo named Plaintiff
in a civil action. Tho Defendant will take
notice, that if ho fail to answer tho complaint
herein, tho Plaintiff will take judgment against
him for 8t Sn-lOO dollars, mid costs and dis
bursements of this action.
Givon undor my hand this, 18th P. ay of Juno
1S73. H. B. PARKER, J ustico of tho Poaca.
BSTThis Summons is published by an order
of II. B. Parker, Justico of the Peace for As
toria precinct, m?dotho ISth day of .Juno lhTa.
l,iiw ,WM. L. McEWAN, Att'y for PltflL
TERRITORY OF WASHINGTON, COU
ty of Pacific. In tho Probate Court withth
and for said county. In tho matter of tho es
tate of Lilly Kelly deceased. J. B. Knapn,
tho administrator of tho said estate, having
mado and filod in Court, hispotition in writing
praying for an order of salo of the roal Estatn
belonging to the said estate. Now thereforo
all persons interested in tho said ostato axe
hereby required to bo and appear before the
said Court, at tho Court room of said Court, at
Oysterville in said county on Monday tho lSin
day of August a. i. 1878, at tho hour of one'
o'clock r. m. of said day, to show causo, if any
thero be, why such order should not bo graiu
Witness my hand and the seal of said CottrtV
this 14th day of July a. p. 187.J.
M. S. GRISWOLD.
L. S. Judge of tho Probato Court
Astoria Farmer's Company.
THE STOCKHOLDERS OF THE ASTORXA
Farmer's Company aro hereby notified
that an election will take place at Astoria on.
SATURDAY, August Jth,lb7;l, for tho purpose
of electing sevon Directors and othor officers.
By ordor of tho Incorporators, the stockhoh
ers aro roqucstod to bo present, in person or by
proxy. P. LOW.
Albany, July 5, 1S73. ji7tl
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE STATE
of Oregon, for tho County of Clataop.
Margardt Brown, Plaintiff, vs. Allan Browjj,
Defendant: To Allan Brown, dofondant, In
tho name of tho Stato o'f Orogon, you ate
hereby" required to appear and answer tho
Complaint filed against you in tho above en
titled action at tho noxt torm of the aboro
entitled Court, to bo held at Astoria, County
and State aforesaid, on tho 12th day of Augovt
187.J, and if you fail so to answer tho Plaintiff
will apply to tho Courtfor the relief demanded
therein, which is a divorce from the bonds of
matrimony with you. WM. L. McEWAN.
jl Uw Solicitor for Plaintig.
TJOTIOE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT TUB
23s undersigned has been appointed by t&o
County Court for tho State of Oregon, for the
County of Clatop, Administratrix of tho es
tate of Franklin Nickorson, deceased, late of
said county. All persons indebted to said &
tato aro horeby notified to mako payment,
and all persons having cVums against said es
tate aro hereby required to present tho same
to me, duly verified, at my residence in Astorbi
in said county, within six months from thiff
Astoria, July 1. Ib7:lw Administratrix.
Petitipn'o Sell Real Estate.
"PUBLIC .NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVES that
JL a petition to sell roal estato of Julius Mack
deceased, has boon made and will bo heard on
the 18th day of August next, at an adjourned
term of tho Probato Court, to bo holden at
Oysterville, Pacific County, Washington Terri
tory. All parties interested in said salo aro
hereby notitied to attend at said term of Court
on tho day abovo mentioned, and file their ob
jections, if any. M. S. GRISWOLD,
. . . Judge of Probato.
OysterviUe. July 10, 1873. j24-4th
Kotico of Final Settlement.
IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OP
G. W. Cook, deceased. Bv order of Hon. J.
Moffitt, Judgo of tho Probato Courtfor Oiatsi
county, State of Oregon, iho fi.st Monday in
September, 187:, that being tho 1st dav of gaid
month, is appointed for hearing objections uiid
final settlement of said estate.
. GEOBGEFLAA'F, Administrator.
Astoria, July 10th 183. ' jl23w
TkT OTICE. IS HEREBY GIVEN TO A1X.
JftJ whom it may concern thut the. undorsiOTed
fc-cd.'AnAfety court, n0?ucgKj
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