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THURSDAY MAY 10, 1BS3
Building eecmE to have just
Tho pilot schooner went to sea
The Columbia sailed for S. F.
Fine weather for building or
any other kind of outside work.
The fines in the police court
for the month of April aggregated
The Buc3:eyt loaded with staves,
is reported foundered on Coffin Bock.
She will be raised. The cargo was
The Lewiston, Idaho, people
don't like Villard's recent utterances
and are still inclined to put their
faith in the O. S. L.
Sonio brick makers are .actively
at work burning a small kiln of brick
as an experiment from the clay on
John Hob3on's place on Young's
The sociable at the residence of
Mrs. C. Brown this evening under the
auspices of the M. E. church, gives
promise of being a very pleasant affair.
All aro welcome.
The can fillers are giving general
satisfaction in the canneries. Five
hundred cases is considered a good
daj's work for one of those labor-saving
contrivances. One Oiled 380
cases last Tuesday in A. Booth's can
nery. There is a good deal of hop plant
ing done in western Oregon and
Washington Territorj' this season.
Should the price keep up, the profits
will be enormous; but over production
in this as in other things will result
in a corresponding depression.
The entertainment to be 'm in
aid of the Y. II. C. A. at Liberty
Hall to-morrow evening will doubtless
be attended by many of our music
loving citizens, while tho other at
tractionsamong which is tho "broom
drill" must bo seen to be appreciated.
At a recent church fair forty
young ladies gave an exhibition drill
with fans, showing how graceful and
bewitchingly the articles can be used.
Then the fans were sold by auction,
the prices depending on the popularity
of its contributor, the whole profit
Tho Astoria Iron Works hare
Bought a fine piece of property; two
lots on the beach west of where the
A. B. Field was built on which
they intend erecting suitablo build
ings as soen as convenient. The price
paid was 8,500, and the fact that
they were offered $10,000 for their
purchase two days after the deed was
made, but illustrates the present price
of and demand for Astoria real estate.
By reference to onr advertising
columns it will be seen that the Home
Dramatic association will give two
representations at Occidental Hall,
next Tuesday and Wednesday even
ings. Considerable effort in tho mat
ter of work and rehearsal has been put
on these plays, and this coupled with
tho well-known dramatic ability of the
performers, will doubtless insure a
good house. Reserved seats at the
Citv book store.
Astoria Lodge No. 40, I. 0. 6. T.
Last Tuesday evening D. II. Cas
well, L. D. installed the following of
ficers of Astoria Lodge No. 40, 1. O. G.
T., for the terra ending July 31, 1883:
J. G. Charters. W. C. T.; Etta Char
ters, W. V. T., C. C. Brower, W. S.;
S. Bororth, W. F. S. ; Carrie Field,
W.F.; A. MacBeth, W. M.; Cora
Barrowe, W. C; J. N. Griffin, W. L
G.; A. Bell, 7 O. G.; Edwin Clough,
W. A. S.; E. Grounds, W. D. M.; J.
C. Ross, W. R. H. S.; M. Hobson,
W. L. H. S. J. G. Charters, D. H.
Caswell, R. E Jackson aud Scott Bo
zorth wore elected representatives to
tho grand lodgo which meets in this
city on the 3d Tuesday in Juno next.
At the last regular meeting of the
city council a petition from Main
street property owners asking that the
same be improved, wa? referred to
street committee. A remonstrance
from property owners along CasB
street against establishing grade, was
referred to same committee. A com
munication from Rescue Engine Co.
No. 2, asking that the traps in the
street crossings bo improved, aud that
tho bell tower bo raised, was referred
to committee on firo and water. The
monthly reports of police judge,
street snpt., aud sexton, were referred
to appropriate committees. Ord
nance providing for improving Gene
vieve and Hamilton streets, passed to
third reading, as was .an ordinance
changing the names of certain streets.
An ordinance regulating the A. F. D.,
was read Grst aud secoud times and
referred to the council as a committee
of the whole. Tho following claims
were ordered paid: Thos. Logan, 75;
E. A. Qninn, 3G.45; F. H. Naisly,
$10; Astoria Water Co., $5;Asi0RiA3r,
$08.25; B. F. Stevens & Co,, 10.95;
Theo. Broeniser, G3.G0. On motion
council adjourned to meet on the 9th.
i'&c ipnilrj ftsirojfcft,,
Tice-President Edmunds expects to
come to Oregon next July. Fish are
running a 1-e-e-t-l-e better. Jerry
O'Donovan has recoived another warn
iug. The ShubricJ: went down to the
bar. yesterday afternoon. A cloud
burst near Walla Walla last Monday
drowned two boys and- seven horses and
swept away a barn. Yellow fever is
rife on the Mexican and Gulf coast.
The Washington Territory Grand
Lodge of Odd Fellows i3 in session.
Astoria's streets are dusty. The star
rout trial approaches a conclusion.
The Corvallis election resulted in a
victory for high license. New York
is beginning to find out the blighting
effects of Chinese immigration. The
Cohtmoia took on a big lot of salmon
yesterday. Chief Moses finds
friends in the cabinet who thinks
he has been ill-used. Cbas. Ander
son is on trial in Portland
charged with killing Archie Clark.
The' Oregon Short Line is to
be inspected by eastern railroad men.
The dog catcher reports business
lively. Bismarck's measures have
been defeated in the German parlia
ment. Divorce suits are plenty in
Portland. Look out for a new S3
counterfeit National bank note, bear
ing portrait of Garfield. A famine is
feared in south-eastern Russia. Two
Chicago colored children were inciner
ated last Tuesday. The Kuappton
mills arc busy. Tho Rijevalt is report
ed chartered to load flour, terms pri
vate. Notice Relative to Unlawful
closures of Public Lands.
In view of the numerous complaints
of the unlawful iuclosures of public
lands for stock range purposes, and
consequent impediment to settlers,
all persons aro hereby notified as fol fel fol
eows: The public lauds are opu to settle
ment and occupation only under tho
public land laws of tho United States,
and any unauthorized appropria
tion of the same is trespass.
Such trespass is equally offensive to
law and morals as if upon private
The fencing of large bodies of pub
lic laud beyond that allowed by law is
illegal, and against tho right of others
who desire to settle or graze their
cattle on tho inclosed tracts.
Until settlement is made, there is
no objection to grazing cattle or cut
ting hay on government land, pro
vided the lands arc left open to all
Graziers are not allowed, on any
pretext whatever, to fence the public
lands and thus practically withdraw
them from the operation of the settle
laws. ltos JJepartinent will interpose no
objections to the destruction of these
fences by persons who desire to make
bona Jtde settlement on the inclosed
tracts, but arc prevented by the
fences, or by threats of violence, from
The government will take proper
proceedings against persons unlawfully
inclosing tracts of public land when
ever, after this notice, it shall appear
that by such inclosures they prevent
settlements on such lands by others
who are entitled to make settlement
under the public land laws of the
N. C. McFxuulkd,
W Coad, P Schutz, City: T F Os
born, S F; E Gains, Albany; J L
Stout, Seaview; J H Brewer, Quinalt
Agency; D W Hicks, Oysterville.
RR Powell, Olequillo, E Light,
Vancouver; E O Maunder, Mrs E A
Keiser, Mrs L H Porter & ch, Port
land; H Cole, City; Jno Thomas, II
waco. List of Letters
Remaining uncalled for in the Post
office at Astoria, Oregon, May 10th,
Alley, C W
Johnson, John W
Kallunsr, Mrs A
Morton, L F
Lutton, Anson P
for these letters
Mitchell, L N
must jjivo the date they aro advertised.
W. Ciiikch, P. M.
There will be a special meeting of
Couucil Xo. 995. A. L. of 1L, on Satur
day, the 12th hist, at 7-30r.it. A full
attendance is essential.
- By order of C. C.
R. Y. Moxteith, Sec.
Fine Boots and Shoes
Of the best make and guaranteed quali
ty at P. J. Goodman & X othing sold
but what can be recommended as being
a good article. Ladies' and children's
shoes a specialty. Xew goods constant
The finest pan roast in the city.
AV here, oh wh ere ? At Fran k Fabres.
The finest selection of Jewelry ever
seen in Astoria is now on exhibition at
Gustav Hansen's. If you contemplate
a purchase you will find styles and
prices to suit you at the Leading Jewel
ry House of Astoria.
Cream at Frank Fa-
Where so fast my friend? Why to
Frank Fabre's for a pan roast
Go to tho O. K. Lodging House
corner West-Dili and Water streets.
Two nice sunny rooms for rent in A
M. Johnson's building. Inquire at the
store of A. 31. Jonso"x & Co.
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS
For "Week Ending May 9, 1883.
B. Stone to H. Brown, lots 4 and 5,
blk 3, McClure's Astoria; 2,000.
A. and S. Corno, lots 1 and 2,
blk 52, McClure's Astoria; $150.
R. and M. Carruthers to F. H.
Worsley, lots 3 and 4, blk 70, Mc
Clure's Astoria; 1,000.
Jas. O. Sponcer to A. P. Ankeny,
1 GO acres in sec 30, T 8 N, R C W;
A. P. Ankeny to Columbia River
Lumber Co., 3,82G.G2 acres in T 8 N,
R G W; 45,000 shares in stock in said
Laura Ferreli to Clatsop Mill Co.,
quitclaim deed to blk 117 and 13G,
Shively's Astoria; L
A. H. Stone to D. A. Mcintosh,
lots 5, G, 7 and 8, blk o, Hustler and
Aiken's addition, 500.
Geo. Watson to A. P. Ankeny, 1G0
acres, sec. 30, T 8, N R 8 W; 479.
R. and H. Carruthers to S. E.
Warren, lot 7, blk. 100, McClure's
R. and H. Carruthen to A. F.
Johns, lot 5, blk. 107 and lot 3, blk.
14G, 3IcClure'8 Astoria; $175.
J. P. and 31. A. Martin to W. D.
Baker, lots 3, 4, 5, 10, 11, and 12,
blk. 141, and lot 7, blk. 100, Mc
Clure'8 Astoria; 525
A. E. P. Houston and E. P. Hoff
to B. F. Tucker, lot 5, blk. 80 Mc
Clure'a Astoria; 1,200.
C. A. and O. McGuire to W. J.
Loomis, 10.4 acres on Clatsop plains;
Stato of Oregon to Jno. Loomis
21.85 acres iide land 43.70.
The sardine trade in eastern Maine
has iu the last few years grown very
rapidly. The fish aro hoisted from
the boats on to the wharf, where they
aro spread on long tables. There the
heads and tails are cut off by the
"cutters," after which they are put
into pickle for about an hour. Then
they are taken out, washed in clean
water, and laid on flakes to dry, it
being found impossible to fry them
when wet, the fish all breaking up.
After being dried, which on sunny
days is done out of doors, and in damp
or wet weather in tho dry -house, by
means of a circulation of hot and cold
air, they are fried in oil. This oil is
generally cotton-seed or some cheaper
kind. Then they are packed in the
cans by the girlB, the smaller fish
being put up in oil and the larger in
French mustard or in spices. The
oil used in packing ought to bo puro
olive, but it is found impossible to
use it, being so expensive and the
price of sardines so low. Cotton
seed, peanut aud other kinds of oil
are used in packing. After being
packed in the cans, the covers aro put
on aud sealed. Then they aro put
into a bath of boiling water and kept
there two hours, tho water being kept
boiling. At the end of that time
they are taken out and a small hole
tapped in each can, to let the hot or
expanded air escape, aud immedi
ately closed. The can then is air
tight, and will keep good for years in
any climate. They are then cleaned,
packed in cases, and shipped to New
York and the west. Tho sardine in
dustry has made good times in that
Following is a resume of sailing
antes for ocean steamers for May,
steamers leaving Astoria and San
Francisco every three days:
FllOM ASTORIA IFKOM SAN FRANCISCO
May at 10 a. M. May
ColumbUWednesdiy 9OregonWeduesday a
Queen -Saturday 12
Oregon. Tuesday 15
State Saturday 12
Queen -Friday 13
Oregon Monday 21
State .Thursday 21
Maie .fr.uay is
Columbia Monday 21
Queen.... Thursdav 24
State Wednesday sOjQueeuJWednesday 20
II. V. Pierce, M. D., Buffalo, 2.
Y. : I was attacked with congestion of
tho lungs, soreness over tho liver, se
vere pain in the joints, a burning fe
ver, and general giving away of the
whole system. Failing to find relief
in remedies prescribed, I tried your
'Golden Medical Discovery." It ef
fected 1113' entire cure. Your medi
cines have only to be used to be ap
preciated. If every family would give
them a trial, nine-tenths of the doc
tors would, like Othello, find then
occupation gone. Yours truly,
l. b. McMillan, m. d.,
Breesport, 2. Y.
Important A'otice to 1'lHlicrmcn
and Ot tiers.
"JEF1V of the CHOP HOUSE, will
give you the BEST 25-ccnt meal in town
for cash. Board by the week 5, in ad
vance. Meals at any hour, day or night.
Care-worn persons, students, weak,
and .over-worked mothers will find in
Brown's Iron Bitters a complete tonic
which gives strength .and tone to the
Physicians prescribe Coldex's
Liquid Beef Toxic for the weak, worn,
and dyspeptic Take ?io other.
The art to preserve the health has
finally been made very easy in its ap
plication. Use Pfuuder's Oregon
Blood Purifier; give it to your friends
and see its channing action.
P. J. Goodman, on Cheuamus street
has just received the latest and most
fashionable style of gents and ladies
boots, shoes, etc Agent in Astoria for
the famous Morrow shoes.
For the genuine J. II. Cutter old
Bourbon, and the best of wines, liquors
and San Francisco beer, call at the Gem
opiK)sitc the bell tower, and see Camp
bell. Comdex's Liquid Beef Toxic com
bines all the elements of nutritious food
Ask for Colderts, of druggists.
A good mediciual tonic, with real
aent, is Brown's Iron Bitters, to all
A complete Revolution has
Gooods since the advent of
We sell goods at their Real Value. We charge no fancy pricos
such as the people of Astoria have had imposed, upon them before our
Although we have
Demoralized, tltto DMCoolo.fWO.ts,
We feel confident that we have
BENEFITTED THE GENERAL PUBLIC.
Wo have practical proof in that respect by our receipts which wore
a hundred per cent.
Better than Our Utmost Expectations.
New Shapes and Styles in MILLINERY
Bargains in DRESS GOODS, FANCY GOODS,
Domestics, Gents' and Boys' Clothing, and Furnishing Goods,
Cloaks, Dresses, and Dolmans, at
Sheriff O'NsiFs Bankrupt Store,
ISAACS & SUMMEEFIELD.
Corner Concomly and Main Streets, - ASTORIA, OREGON
Franlc Fnlrc?s Oyster and Chop
Those wishing a nice plate of East ern or
Shoahrnter bay oysters cooked in any
style, or an early breakfast before going
aboard the boat, should call and sec
him. Fresh Eastern and Shoalwater
bay oysters received by every steamer.
Dinner at "JEFF'S" CIIOP HOUSE
even day at 5 o'clock. The best 25 cent
meaf in town; soup, fish, seven kinds of
meats, vegetables, pie, pudding, etc. A
glass of S. F. Beer, French Claret, tea or
coffee included. All who have tried
him say Jeff is the --BOSS"
Nitrous Oxide Jas.
Painless extraction of teeth at Dr.
LaForce's dental rooms ovor 1. W.
On and after this dale "Jeffs Variety
Chop House" will be called simply
.JEb-b'S" UliOl HO US.E.
iYc-r Uicli Blood.
Tho use of Oregon Blood Purifier.
Unless it had great merit Parker's
Ginger Tonic could not be so popular.
Its sale has spread remarkably every
where, becauso invalids find it gives
them new life and vigor when other
medicines fail entirely. Ohio Fanner.
After the first of January. 18S4, Mr.
11. is. Liittwm enter into maumaciurmg
Dolmans. Sacks and Drosses. Mrs. Lilt
will manage the custom dress making.
Merchants who will give me a trial no
doubt will find my goods lower and bet
ter limsneu man t. . goous.
Whence Comes the Name
Of SOZODONT? It is derived from
two Greek wonts signifying "to pre
serve the teeth- ; and it deserves its
title, for there is no preparation which
will do this more rapidly, surely, and
pleasantly. The consumption of SOZO-
uo.M is immense.
From time immemorial figs have been
used as a delicious laxative food, and
now in the form of a concentrated Syr
up of Figs they are destined to play an
important part in the problem of human
health and happiness, by presenting to
the thousands who suffer from the ills
arising from habitual constipation
remedy as pleasant to the taste as it is
l.ncuii L. a. iiai ii net, auu i.uj;c uui-
tlcs for sale by W. E. Dement & Co.
Hodge. Davis & Co., Wholesale
Agents, Portland, Oregon.
Catarrh cured, health and sweet
breath secured by Shilolfs Catarrli Rem
edy. Price 50 cents, Masai Injector free.
For sale by "W. E. Dement.
"JEFF,1 of the CHOP HOUSE
is now ready to manufacture Ice Cream
to order in any quantity for Balis, Socia
bles, Private "Houses, etc- and having
the bestfacllities of any jilace in town
guarantees to give satisfaction. Ice
constantly on hand and for sale.
Croup, Whooping Cough and Bron
chitis immediately relieved by Shiloh's
Cure. Sold by W. E. Dement.
Have Wistar"s balsam or" wild cherry
always at hand. It cures coughs, colds,
bronchitis, whooping cough, croup, in
fluenza, consumption, and all throat and
mng complaints. 50 cents nndl a bot
tle. Columbia River Canneries.
Adair. S. D.i Co AatorU.
AstorU Packing Co.. Kinnej.
Hadollet A Co. "
lirtoth. A. A Co
ColumDia CannlDf- Co
Cattios Packing Co.
Deriin. John A, &. Co "
Elmore. Sam "
Vishermen'a Packing Co "
lianthorn A Co
Hume, Win.... "
Hume, Geo. W.
Occident Packing Co
Pacific Union Packing Co M
Scandinarian Packing Co
Seaside Packing Co '
White Star Packing Co
U. Timmins A Co. ."
Wett Coast Packing Co '
Willia-at James A Co
Thoxnes A Knonles..
Washington Packing Co
Point Adams "ackicg Co
l. JU. racking uo.,
Aberdeen Packing Co Ilwaco, W. T.
Knreka Packing Co Eureka. W. T.
Hapgood A Co.... Watcrford, W.T.
Kuappton Packing Co Knappton. W.T.
Humc.Wm Eagle Cliff W.T.
Metier. J. G. A Co Krookfield. "W. T.
Myers, Geo. T. Fisberton. W.T.
Occnn Canning Co liar Vieir, W, T.
Oregon PkgCo, JWA VCook..Cti(ton
Pillar Hock Pkg Co Hilar Itock.'W.T.
Quinn, James,........Qainn'a .
West, John. Ungry Harbor. WT
TVarren A Co. F. M. Catnlatnal. W.T...
Warren A Co. , Cassades,
inaugurated inthe Prices of
O ! .H WHHHWW
Most Complete Stock in Astoria
Novelties of all Kinds
Fruits Both Foreign and Domestic
Wines and Liquors
Of Superior Brand.
FOSTER'S CORNER, 0 R &ND0CX
Notice of Co-partnership.
THE UNDEKSIGNED HAVE THIS DAY
entered Into a partnership under the
entered Into a partnership under the
firm name and style of Jordan & liozorth for
the transaction of a general crockery and
glassware business In Astoria. Oregon, and
respectfully solicit the patronago of the pub
lic. i-. x. .1 ukua a .
We beg learn to announce that we will,
ou or about June 5th next, open a complete
Croctej ani Glassware
And all goods pertaining to that lino at their
Cor. C&effltis 1 (Men Sis.
Tartles contemplating purchasing any
thing in that Hue will consult their own in
terest by waiting till our goods arrive.
We pa ca.su for our goods and and will be
able to sell as cheap as any house In Oregon
Portland not excepted.
JORDAN & BOZORTH.
Ice Delivered to Order.
IS PJiEPAIiED TO DELIVER THE BEST
quality of Ice at 2'i cents per pound, in
quantities from ten pounds up, to Hotels,
Saloons, l'estaurants, or families, leavin
their orders with hltn.
Largo quantities of
co constantly on hand.
Has removed one block below, from their former location on Main street,
next door to N. Loeb's Clothing Store, where we keep
Latest Novelties of all Descriptions,
MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS, LATEST PAPERS, and PERIODICALS
' :B-5LIO"5r BUGGIES
"Which we will SELL AT COST, as we have no room to store them.
Come and See TTs.
"Wc treat our Customers all alike, and will not misrepresent our Goods.
NEW Y0BK NOVELTY STOEE, Main Street, Astoria, Or.
O. B. COOPER, GENERAL MERCHANDISE.
JLIiii' ! A. JL
The Leading- Dry Goods
Clothing House of Astoria,
I have just received, a large consignment of Lace Curtains, and
Curtain Materials, in the newest designs, and would invite an inspea
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,
AT REMARKABLE LOW PRICES.
All Silk Rhadames,
All Silk Poulards,
All Silk Ottomans,
"We are now showing the Largest and most Elegant Line of La
dies' Cloaks and "Wraps ever brought to this City. , .
Trimmed with Lace, Fringe, and Gimp.
Black Siik Dolmans,
Lined and Trimmed with Guipure Lace and Gimp.
Fine Brocaded Satin Dolmans,
Handsomely Trimmed with Chenille Fringe.
Walking Jackets, Mantles, Ulsters and Dusters.
Evening Shawls, "
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.
Lowest Prices in Astoria,
C. H. COOPER,
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS BUILDING, ASTORIA.
3D x-oss Siiits.
T&l3Lt S-UL33GL23CL027 SXXitS-
Styles to Suit AH. Quality to Suit AH. Prices to Suit All. A full Stock of
A complete line of GJSXTS' FUil.VISUIXG GOODS . Fine Summer Under
wear. Iloaiery. French Percale Shirts. Scarfs, Ties, Silk, and Linen Handkerchiefs,
Etc., etc. Trunks and Satchels.
D. A. McINTC
TAILOR, CLOTHIER, HATTER
Seaslfle Baiery & Confectionery.
Because my Goods are the Best,
and Always Fresh.
Cakes Candles etc., furnished for "Wedding
parties, on short notice, and guaranteed to
give perfect satisfaction.
Cake ornamenting a specialty.
Opposite ii. IV. Hume's.
, L. K G. SMITH,
Importer and wholesale dealer In
Clears and Tobaccos, Smokers' Articles,
Playlns Cards, Cutlery, Sta
The largest and finest stock of JrEER
SCHAUM and AMBER GOODS In the city.
Particular attention paid to orders from
TnEO.BR ACKER, Manager.
Chenamus Street, Astoria. Oregon.
LEAD BUT NEVEE FOLLOW !
York KToveliv i
Uew Patterns !
and GENTS FURNISHER.
I. W. OASE,
IMPORTER AND WHOLESALE AND RE
TAIL DEALER IN
: GENERAL MERCHANDISE
Corner Chenamus and Cass streets.
ASTORIA .--- OREGON
Geo. A.Flcnsance, - - Propr.
Cor. Htli and Alder Sts. - - Portland, Or.
Straw Beds, per doz. - - 510.
Spring Beds, each, - $5. 'to $15.
In Raw Silk, Carpet, and other corerlns,
From $10. to SI 5.
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