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TUESDAY Sept. 2, 1873
Posi Office Xoticc.
Tlfc General Delivery at the Astoria
I Vtoffiee will be open daily, (except Sun
day.), from 8 o'clock a. m. until 7 p, m.
t On Sundays from 1 to 2 o'clock p. m.
.3ioney Orders issued from 8a.m, to 4.
For Portland and intermediate offices,
at 5 o'clock a. m. daily.
For Skipanon, Seaside house, and Tilla
mook, daily on arrival of the mail from
For Forts Stevens and Cape Disappoint
ment, Unity, Oystervillc, and Olympia
'Tuesdays and Thursdajv, at 7:39 a. m.
ForKnappton, Grays river, Ivlaskanine,
Youngs river, Lewis and Clarke, Teha
4:n valley, etc., irregular. -
Grace Church, (Prot. Episcopal) Rev. T A
H viand Hector, Divine sorviees every Sunday
at li4 a i and? r a; Sunday School at 1 i m
Congregational Church, Rev A "W Tenny
Pastor. Hiyino services every Sunday at 103
MUiidT v i; Prayer Meeting every Thurs
day evening, Sunday School moots at 12 m
To Investors. The Northern Pacific
Railroad Company has now built, cauipped
and put in operation, nearly ."517 miles of its
main line of road through an excellent coun
try and along what is known as the Valley
Kouto to the Pacific; The finished portions
already enjoy a large and fast increasing
tiame. Tho sections approaching completion
connect the chain of Lakes with the navigation
of the Upper Missouri and Columbia rivers
with Puget Sound, socuro at once a largo and
1 rofitable business and entitle the Company
t j about 10,40l),000 .acres of excellent averago
land in foe simple.
With these accomplished results, the Com-
any offers, and is now rapidly soiling; its
First Morgage Bonds, for completing the
construction and equipment of its road across
the Continent After careful investigation,
wo recommend these bonds as a well secured
an unusually profitable investment. They
have 30 years to run; principal and interest
are payable in gold; .the interost (seven and
threo-tenths per cent.) is equal now to about
Sl4 per cent in . currency. Tho coupon .and
registered bonds can bo exchanged for och
I'thor, at tho pleasure of tho holder. Cold
checks for the semi-annual interest on tho
rezNterod bontfa aro" mailed to tho post office
address of thotowner.
Thee securities have tho following oleinonts
of strength and safety: They are tho obliga
tion of a strong corporation; they aro also a
mortgago on tho Road, its right of way, equip
ment? and franchises, and a first lean on it-
net oarnings. In addition to this usually suf
ficient security, there is pledged for the pay
ment of the principal and interest a Grat of
Land, averaging about 2-5.000 Acros por Mile
fur tho entiro length of tho Koad. At tho
average prico per aero at which othor Land
Crants have thus far been sold, this real estate
security will yield moro than $101,000 per
lialo more than three times tho possiblo is-j-u&
The Company has alreadr begun tho pro-cr-43
of redeeming-and cancelling'its first mort
gage b nds, as they aro now being reeoived,
at i.LO in payment and exchange for tho Com
pany's lands. JAY COOKE & CO.,
Philadelphia, New York & Washington,
Fioanoial Agents X. P. R, R. Co.
ANTRAL MARKETStalls No. 27 and2S.
JOHXSOX & SPAT7LDIXG,
Dealers in all kinds of FRESH MEATS, and
1 .Jokers of Beef and Pork. Tho highest price
raid for all kinds of fat stock. j2:'tf
JLuL Stamp, for stamping Lfnon and 1SD0 othor
ariLdos. A silver-plated stamp of fine finish
and perfect construction, with bottle of best
Indelible Ink, Ink Pad, and three entiro Al
1 Labcts enclosed in a neat box, with full in
fractions, sont prepaid for only SI .10. Tho
bc-t thing for the prico ever invented. Agents
wanted. II. C. Barnard & Co., 314 Olive street, I
i. ijuius, hiu. aiui n
WELLS, FARGO c&CO.'S EXPKESS.
ITAYIXG ESTABLISHED OFFICES IN
1. all parts of Oregon, Washington and Idaho
'territories, wo aro prepared to do a General
Express and Freighting business in all its
- Fronrht.ar Paekago will bo called for in any
lnrt of the.city (by giving proper notice) and
forwarded with dispatch to any part of the
world, through our own and connecting Ex
Presses, at Greatly reduced, rates.
COLLECTIONS MADE, .and Commissions
for Purchase- of Goods, otc, etc., will recoivo
Wo shall continuo to DRAW EXCHANGE
a- usual on all tho principal citios of tho Unit
ed states, the Canadas and Europe, and to soil
TELEGRAPHIC EXCHANGE whn desired.
WELLS, FARGO & CO.
A. x DysRt.Roajdent Agent, Astoria.
L. P. FISHER,
ADVERT I SING AGENT,
Room? 20 &, 21 Merchant's Exchange, Cali
fornia streot, San Fiane-feeo,
SOLICITS ADVERTISEMENTS AND SUB-.-criptions
for tho Tri-Wkkki.y Astoria
and for papers published in California, Orogon
andNbvada; Washington, UUh, J daho, Mon
tana, Colordo, Aruona and adjaeont Territo-
tho Australian Cukmioa, tho AtlanUc S4atcs
Has created many a now business.;
3 las onlrjce many an old bustee;
Has revived many a dull business;
Has rescued many ajost ouyiness;
. Has saved manya failing business;
Has preserved many a largo business;
Andinsuros success in any business.
GERARD'S SECRET Stophen Girasd wed
to -.ay jn old ag: "I havo always considered
advertising liberally and lone to be the irreat
medium ofsuccess'in businev, and the prelude
to wealth. And I'have made it an irvaribfo
i-de to advertise in'duli tinfes as well as thn
busiest, long experience showing that rupney
thus spent is well laid out. as "by continually
keeping my business beforothe public it ha
.-ectired many sales lliaTl othorwiso -woald
ADVERTISE YOUR BUSINESS.
KEE? your" NAM1T BEFORl-Ttho PUBLIC
Judicious Advertising Insures
If Businoaa i dull.-ADVKRTISE!
jlf usiMw k feriBkADVERTISE!
rjs ftandwicu islands, tboBsUisl) Possessions
IMexiean ports, Nicaragua, Panama, Valpa
raiso. Japan and China: New Zealand and
a i? has xy7iHti'pMtfslip'wkkthe'SlHifl't''
a ud that o ml d :tk'e4TniB'g ,1
This Space !s Reserved.!
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Delcum's Maw Buildinr!
r TlJL Z Z.L,.:: . &
.'yornor i?iret axig M( asiington,
UlWi. , j 1
American Ex. Hotel,
- Cor. Front and Washington streets. ' '
L..P. W. QUBIBY C. U. PERIONS.
THE PROPRIETORS WOULD R13SPECT
fully inform tho traveling: public, that the
American Exchange having been recently im
proved in all its departments, tltcjwaro now
prepared to offer superior inducements to their
patrons and tho public in general, at reduced
Hoard and Lodging, SI to Si oO per day, ac
cording to room occupied.
Tho American Exchange coach will always
bo in readiness to convey passengers and bag
gage to and froin tiio Hotel, Tree of charge.
CIIEMEKETA HOTEL-S.vi.Ksr, Or boon.
WESLEY GRAVES, Pkoi'KIktor,
?TThe cheapest and best Hotel in tho State.
Froe Coach to tho House.
(Kept on tho European Plan,)
ZIEBER & IIOLTON... PROPRIETORS
Corner Stark and Front street-, Portland.
Rl ARD HOUSE. H. Caz in v.v, Proprietor.
View street, Victoria, British Columbia.
EMPIRE HOUSE J. O'Rrikn, Proprietor.
Opposito Railroad depot and Steamboat
Landing, Kalama W. T. Tho best and cheap
est Hotel in Kalama.
G. 15. COOK.
VT. H. AXDRUS.
(Kept on the Europoas Thin,)
COOK & ANDRUS .PROPRIETORS
Corner First and .Morrison steets, Portland.
ACIFIC HOTEL Sikks &Quimhy, Proprs.
Main streot, Olympia, W. T. Stage ollice.
A1LROAD HOUSE J. McGrvtu, Propr.
Good meals, clean beds, modcrato pi ices.
Tenino, r. T., present terminus N. P. R. R.
St. Charles Hotel,
Corner Front and Morrison streets,
R. A. WHITE PROPRIETOR
HE ST. CHARLES IS THE ONLY RRICK
Hotel in Portland; ha been thoroughly re
paired and refurnished sinco tho liro, and is
now tho most comfortable ami convenient
house in tho State. altf
THE SEASIDE HO USE.
MR. C. II. DEXTER, Formerly of tho " Cliff
House." San Francisco, announces to his
Friends and the public that he has leased tho
new acd elegant Hotel recently erected by
Ren Holhiday, Esq., upon tho site of the old
Summer House, at Clatsop Reach. Tho house
is elegantly furnished, and possesses all mod
orn improvements. A large -and spacious Din
ing Koom, Billiard Room, extensive Parlors,
Bath Rooms, Rooms en suite, etc., etc., all
well arranged for the comfort of Guests. Tho
Grounds arc beautifully laid out A half-milo
Race Track, with Shell drive; Croquet Ground
Children's Play Ground, Swings, otc, etc.
Boat upon tho creek; plenty of Trout Milling;
a splendid Stable, with Saddlo Horses for
thoso who wish for Equestrian l ides over the
Beach; Bathing Houses, for Salt Water Bath
ingand, in fact, everything necessary for tho
Pleasure Seeker, the Tourist or the Invalid.
Ocean, Mountain, Forest and River Scenery,
comuined, make this the finest Place of Resort
in the World. The climate is eiuablo never
subject to extremes of heat or cold and one of
tho healthiest places upon tho Globe. The
Table will bo unexcelled, and tho subscriber
pledges himself that nothing will bo left "un
done for the pleasuro and comfort of his Pat
rons. Terms moderate and satisfactory.
CHARLES J I. DEXTER.
(Fifteon Milos Northwest of Astoria.)
At Unity, Raker's Ray, Y. T.,
THE UNDERSIGNED HAS PURCHASED
tho iibovo house at this favorito resort.
Having thoroughly renovated and furnished
the same with. now, material, it will bo koptin
The table will -bo furnished with the best tho
market affords. Fresh Fish, Oysters and
Clams in ovary stylo. No pains will bo spared
to mako guests-comfortable.
Tho above house i only one and a half miles
from the Ocean Beach, where anglers may en
joy rare sport. Boats, carrying passengers,
will ply between Unity and Astoria, connect
ing with Columbia River boats. Tri-weokly
stages will run between Unity and Shoal
water Bay. .1011 N J I UN TE I i , Proprietor.
A. C. WIRT, PKOrKIETOK.
Is propared to entertain tho public. Horses
and Coach, with Baggago agon and careful
drivors to convey parties to any point.
MHS, CLOUTR1E WISHES TO INFORM
tho public that ;ko h:is completed her
largo now two-stqry .lujugo, which is hard
finished throughout,. and is now proparod to
roceivo visitors at this well known report
W nuiiiKil Ifniiit nnnn fnr -llii inf rf Minininf
"t)f guests during tho season,.iis usual
E. MIL WAIN,
9o Front iml sw Iir.-t Street
KA. WHOLESAJ.E AND RETAIL DEALER
in staves, SheoMron, Tin-plate, etc, I'luiub
ing and lias fittiug cheaper than any other
house in town.
No. 1 North-Front Stroet, Portland. ; -TIEALER
IN WINES AND LIQUORS AND
Manufacturer'of SvrutJs". Cordials. Bifters.
e.tc. otc fctolo figcpLfyr Jolya ellaod JL'lul
adelnhia Brewery, Sah 'FranciscoV Beer hy
1 f La L'Ap Ar linttla '' 'VI
Godi deliVaredto asy yartof the City. '
"W. Jackson & Go.
Front Streot, Portland,
Importers and Wholesalo Dealers In
Plated Ware, Wooden Warcf
Coal Oil, JFurnisliings,
Aiidalso Agents for Perkins & House's Patent
Metallic Kerosene or Coal Oil
tfETOurstock having been solected and ship
ped direct to us from manufacturers in the
East and Eurone. we am nreimred to soil to
f the trado at such rates as wo think will induce
trade. aul'2 tf
Manufactured by Lazarus &, Morris,
NEW METHOD OF FITTING GLASS
cs to the eye of any person who cannot
spare the timo to come and olect for them
selves. Any person wiro will send us a copy
for sample of tire smallest si.ed type that they
can read at an ordinarv distance, can be fitted
to glasses that will suit the eye.
L. C. HENRI CIISEN, & Co., Solo Agents,
1U!) First street, Portland. au7
Allen & Lewis,
Shipping and Commission
Merchants, timi Wholesale Dealers.
IS, 20 and 22 North Front st, Portland Oregon
San Francisco effice:
Corner of California and Front Streets.
Henry James Gate.
Laidlaw & Gate,
Importers and Commission Merchants,
23 Front Street, Portland. Oregon.
REDFERX, ALEXANDER & Co.
S. Gr. Skiclmore,
Druggist and Apothecary,
Has Removed to his
NEW AND ELEGjLNT STORE,
111 First st., next to L. C. Hcnrichscn's,
Portland, Oregon. au7
Claims on the IT. S.?
AND ON ANY STATE.
ALL KINDS OF MILITARY, NAVAL
and Indian Claims, Modoc War vouchers,
collcctod by the undersigned. Money advanc
ed on tho awards of tho Auditors,
15" Persons having business with Depart
ments at W ashington,and with any ttate, will
please apply to " C. M. CABTER,
Attorney for Claimants,
au7tf . Portland, Oregon.
AL I) E E T B AH T S C II,
Pianos Maker ai Tuner,
Cornor Third and Salmon Streets,
PORTLAND. ----- yQRKGON.
UPRIGHT PIAN0S.MADE TO ORDER.
C'Pianos and Organs Repaired and Tuned.
ALL AVOKK Cl U VNTKKP.
OREGON ROOT AND SHOE STORE!
S. M. I5AKU,
J. C. KINGSLKV.
CI JVJLJI-WUJ--Ui ,
PRINCIPAL RETAILEKS OF THE STA
Ilo hrands of Eastern, California and Ore
gon Roots and Shoes, No. L'tt Eirst street cor
ner Yamhill, Portland Oregon.
its' With our lonjr oxperieneo and small ex
pense wo are enahled to soil cheaper than any
other houso in the city of Portland. As tho
provorh goes SUM) saved is $2 00 made: Call
and see and give us your trade.
BAKU At K1NGSLEY.
Oregon B a k e r y,
F. OPITZ, Proprietor,
Firt Street, near Vine, Portland, Oregon
VNUFACTURE all kinds of Fancy Bi
as above promptly
Corner of Yamhill and First streets,
PORTLAND ft41J, dMZGOX,
Groceries ' 'Groceries
Groceries GROCERIES 'Groceries
(Jro,ceries ' Groceries'
WHOLESALE OR ET.UL.
, - . -ii .i
. ?1the best stock of, STAPLESnKjl ?EA.
ivrfyu. iu swwu ,wrruifflk, All M s
!' 'PrarlnTOfiiim. '
'Wjikkkak, Under the Act of tliu Logife-.
lative ftM'fibly of the State of Oregon,
entitled " an Act to protect litigant-J ap
prdvec!" Octoljer 24th, 1S70. Tho Tiu
AVekkly Astqp.iax, a nejwpnper pub
Halted at Astoria Clattop County Orogonr
ha been designated to pnblisli the legal
and judicial advertisements for the county
of Clatsop in the State of Oregon.
"Whereas, The proprietor of ai(XTRi
"Weekly Ahtokian has tiled with the
Count3r Clerk of i-aid county of Clats.oj
written stipulations accepting the condi
tions of said Act, together with a bond
approved as the law directs, with a proper
return and notice thereof to this office, ae
coi cling to law.
Now, therefore, the slid Tri-Weekly
Astorian is hereby proclaimed to be ap
pointed and confirmed as the medium
through which all legal and judicial ad-vcrti.-ement
for the County of Clatsop in
the State of Oregon slmll be publiaiiecl
for the period authorized by law.
In testimony whereof I have hereunto get
my hand and caut-ed the seal of the State of
Oregon to be affixed, at the Executive
office in the city of Salem this twenty
fourth day of July a. d. 1S73.
By the Governor,
(' ll Ji. X'. UIVU V JVLV.
T t- I
S. F. Chaimvioc.
Secretary of State.
"Writ of Special Election.
To the Sheriffs of the several Countksj
within the State of Oregen:
"U'hkkkas, At a general election held on the
third day of June, a. n.f 1&72, tho Hon. JosKfU
S. Wilson Avas duly elected Representative of
tho Stato of Oregon in tho Forty-third Congress
of the United States; and
Wiikukas, Sinco the said electior, said otBco
has hecomo vacant hy the death of said ineun
Whkrkxs, By provision of tho Constitution
of the United States, and tho laws of this State,
it has become tho duty of thoOovernor there
of to issuo his writ of election to fill such va
cancy; Now, theroforo, I, L. F. GnovKn, Governor
of tho State of Oregon, do horeby command
you and each of you to notify tho soveral
Judges of Election within and for your soveral
counties, to hold a special election of Repre
sentative in Congress to fill tho vacancy afore
said, on Monday, tho VI) thirteenth day of
( 'ctobcr, K-7-J, and that you cause all proper
noticos to bo given thereof accrding to 'lar.
Ciiven under my hand and tho seal of tho
State of Oregon, at Salem, this tenth day of
July, a. i). 1&7.J.
L. S. L. F. GR0VER.
Atteat: S. F. CiivmvicK.
Secrotary of Stato Oregon.
BY VIRTUE OF AN EXECUTION inued
upon a decreo of tho Circuit Court of tho
Stato of Oregon, for tho County of Clatsop,
made on the l-th day of August, IS7.'?, in which
Eli C. Crow h plaintilF and Charles Gibbin.
George Flavel, Hiram B. Parker, and C. H.
Page are defendant-", commanding and direct
ing mo to sell lot two in block fortv-four, of
.McClure's Astoria, in the County of Clatsop,
in tho Stato of Oregon, to pay and sathfy tho
several sums of monoy in said decree speciQed,
to wit: Tho sum of eight hundred and forty
tive dolla s in gold coin, in favor of said plain
tiff against said Charles Gibbins, with interest
thereon in gold coin atone percent, por month
also, the further sum of two hundrod and
sixty-five dollars and eighty-four cents in gold
coin, in favor of George Flavel against said
Charles Gibbins with intorcst.tlieroon.iu gold
coin, atone per cent, per month, fioni tho 'Jbth
day of October, lh72, and also the further sum
found due to tho said Hiram B. Parker on hi
judgment against thesaidCharlesGibbins.and
the costs and disbursements taxed at S '. AVlCw
dollars, and eots to accrue upon s-siid execution
I have this day levied upon the saidlot two
in said block forty-Tour, in said McCluro's A
toria,iin Clatsop County, and Stato of Oregon,
and upon all the buildings and improvement-
situated thereon, and thereunto belonging, and
shall pioceed to sell the samo to tho highest
bidder for cash. in gold coin, on tho Jst day of
October. LS7.5, at two o'clock v. ji. of said day
at tho Comt-houso door in tho County acd
Stato above written.
AY. H. TWILIGHT, Sheriff
' Clatsop County Oregon.
Dated Astoria, August 27th, li7.!. uist
"VT0TICE TS HEREBY dim', that in pn
iN euanco to an order of salo, boaiing dato
August 1Mb, 1.V78, from tho Prohato Court
of Pacific County, Washington Territory, com
manding mo to sell at public salo the following
described property, to-wit: AH of tuo right,
title, interost and possession of tho lato Julius
.Mack, had and acquired from J,fcJ. M. Van
Clove, together with his proofs, in and to all
that piece or parcel of land situate, lying and
being on or adjoining tho Xaselle river, in Pa
cific county, N a.-hington Territory, and known
as the Van Cleve claim, together with all im
provements therounto belonging. Now, there
fore, on Friday, tho U.th day of September lb73v
I will sell to tho highost bidder fur cash, tho
abovo described premisos at public salo, rn
front of tho Court-house in Oysterville, at one
o'clock p. m. ROBERT TUKNEK,
Admr of tho estate of Julius MaeK
August 20th, 1S7;. au2w.i '
N THE C1RCURT COURT OF THE SXATE
of Oregon for thu county of (.latsou. '
Caseo C. Anderson, Plantiff, vs. Lowjis $.
Anderson, Defendant: To Lewi- P. Anderu
tho defendant, In tho name of tho State of
Orogen: You aro horeby required to an
swer tho complaint filed against you in th
above entitled sujt, at tho first term of Faid
Court to be hold at As-iorm in and for ?aid
County and State next after .-ix woeksfrom tho
dato of this Publication. And if you fail so flu
answer, the plaintiff will apply to tho Couit
for tho relief demanded therein, which i u
Dissolution of tho marriage oontf act tvith yotx
By order of tho Court. 31. L, .UoEWAN.
Atty. fbf Plaintiff!
Hated July 2Ub. 187-t. j2toiT.
Dissolutipn f Co-Partuorsklp,
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVETTHATTHE
Co-1'artnvship heretofore existing key
twecn Doiuildi'on & Reed, in tho Market bMr
noss, has been dissolved, -and tho undenignil
havjng purchased the intcrestof A. J. lonald--on
'therein, will continuertho;bu?iness us be
fore atrtllo alM stand on MnSn 'stroet Ail
debts duo tho lirm will bo pa.id to jne, and vict
versa. m " HUES VlLLK KEElv. "
Astoria, Auguajfcl. lt7 it aul-l-lvr
For Sai heap for Cash !
GOOD SUBSTANTIAL DWELLING noa
containinsr sevcn Tovms. '"Lower rcbina
hard tini-dicd, together with throe acres of
good Garden 'Land, all UndoF good" fonco. Or
chard, Barn and SUfcle, -Store-rooms "WTio
houso and other building,- situated at Slip-
y.ftyu tJtiuuiir xiwmriuerjrtiriKJUiars. ftte.lQ
lfty,t lV.o$ward Jk Co. Portland ? 7 f
Lil" ti. M j;ia
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