The Daily Astorian. (Astoria, Or.) 1876-1883, May 22, 1883, Image 2

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ASTOKIA, OREGON:
TUESDAY....
..MAY 22, 1883
Saw Mills.
Psobably no department of
business in this vicinity shows
greater activity than the lumber
ing interests. "When logs were
$3.50 and $ a thousand,sales were
slow and demand limited; now the
complaint is that the logs cannot
be famished in sufficient quantity
to me the incessant call'for build:
ing material. The increase in
aumber and capacity of mills is
noticeable. In our own county
are -the "West Shore Mills, the Clat-
sopr Mill Co., formerly Geo.
Hume's, the Upper Astoria mill
and the Westport mill. The first
three are taxed to supply the local
demand; the mill at "Westport is
making a specialty of turning out
fine shingles. At Bugby the Co
lumbfe River Lumber Co. have
put in an extensive plant. Across
the river is the Knappton mill
-which annually saws millions of
. feet of lumber which are shipped
to California. Farther up is the
new mill building at Deep River,
and Montgomery's mill at Ska
mokwa. Below is Jos. Smith's
new mill at Tillamook, and in Pa
cific and Chehalis counties a like
activity is displayed. Robt. Miller
is building a large saw mill at the
raouth of the Naselle, at Hoquiam
on Gray's harbor the utmost ac
tivity prevails, and the Cosmopo
lis mill is busy cutting cedar.
Other mills are talked of, and should
the present stir continue, which
k in every way probable, would
find plenty custom. The lumber
business both here and on the
Sound has been revolutionized
in the past few years, in every re
spect, more especially in the mat
ter of prices both of supplies and
lumber.
Force of the Wind.
The reoent cyclones which have
swept-over the Mississippi valley
illustrate forcibly how meager all
knowledge of them is, and hint
the importance of systematically
studying their origin, direction and
effect. The force exerted by them,
as a factor entering into tho calcu
lations of the architect and engi
neer, should make an intimate ac-
otanjie with the laws govern-
ig them imperative. The' are
fairly familiar with their form and
reasonably certain of the causes
whioh create them, but of the
other and to dwellers in that
region infinitely more important
part of the question the pressure
they are lamentably ignorant.
"Whether they will be able to re
tard their progress, diminish their
'power, or successfully divert them
from objects which they do not
wish endangered, are elements of
the problem that can only be dis
covered by methodical observa
tion, covering a wide territory,
and taking into consideration the
'topographical and atmospherical
iafluonces tending to their creation
'and continued existence.
It is a, simple- matter to estimate
the force expended after a body
"iias been overturned, but when
costly bridges are the objects op
erated upon, the experiment is
anything, but economical. This
- plan will only give the force nec
essary to do the work, but the
amount in excess can of this can
yosly be guessed at. To illustrate
. .this: A locomotive was overturn
ed in 1871, the calculated maxi
um,foree required to do this be
ig'93 pounds to the square foot;
the wind exerted a force greater
vtbanthis, but how muchcannot bo
X furid. .The fact that a storm
passes between two points at a
rate that will produce a certain
pressure to the square foot is of no
assistance, since it is not the aver
age but the maximum presure we
?:ftek after.
That the whole question of wind
pressure 'is shrouded in dark
Hess is shown by the differ
ence in practico among the
- leading engineers of this coun
tryrand also among those of other
countries, and the allowances
ade for wind pressure, whether
f3or 50 -pounds to the foot,
afeftke rosults'of individual study,
ot of combined research.
Painters.
Tax Northern Pacific Toad runs
emigrant trains like other Pa
tfi roads. All emigrants are
oormd o the regular fast ex
pnM, ia McodH class cars.
- rTW H&Urdlbity Tex.) JNem
has for its motte: "Pay cash and
fear the Lord;" but a contempo
rarv thinks the average Texas
newspaper editor fears the man
with a bill more than he does the
Lord.
The estimated snrplus wheat for
export for the harvest year of
1883-84 is placed at 1,300,000 tons
from California and 300,000 tons
from Oregon and Washington Ter
ritory, which at present appears
more likely to be an under esti
mate than an excessive one.
' The dudine is the name applied
to the female dude. The dudine
wears a mashed goose-berry color
ed hat and a high collar and her
clothes are made to fit tight. She
carries a sharp-pointed parasol in
lieu of the dude cane, and is often
accompanied by an English pug
terrior.
This is the way the paragrapher
of the Bismarck Tribune serves
up his personal netes: ""W. B.
Shirtz, the brick-hued, copper-toed
upright, downright, self-adjustable
boomer for Steele, came up yes
terday afternoon to mingle for a
season in the dazzling whirl of
city life."
"God has blessed me with
wealth," says Senator James G.
Fair. Thi, says the Jiee is the
rankest blasphemy. The Almigh
ty certainty would not waste any
of his blessings on a Nevada sena
tor. As Uncle Jimmy's wealth
was obtained in the cinch game of
stocks, it is more probable that
Satan has been taking care of his
own.
An unusual opportunity now of
fers to those persons who hanker
after titles and social distinction
to attain the second highest digni
ty known on earth. There is a
little island lying to the east of
Sardinia for sale at the moderate
price of 30,000. It is the prop
erty of King Humbert, who is pro
pared to award the purchaser the
title of King by royal letters pat
ent should he so desire it.
A young Kentucky couple having
eloped and got married were
caught up with by the pursuing
mother of the bride just after they
had retired at a wayside inn. The
mother, wishing to detain the pair
until the arrival of her husband,
went into the room and seized the
groora1s trousers, which that happy
gentleman perceiving he lifted his
head and sheuted: "Take 'em
along, old woman, 1 shan't want
'cm again."
Mrs. Emily C. Kimball, of Riley,
Mich., deserves to go on record as
a model American woman. She
is eighty-three years of age and
has within the last two years knit
ted twenty-four pair of socks and
stockings and four pairs of mittens,
and made and quilted nine patch
work quilts, some of them of very
minute pieces and intricate pat
terns, besides assisting with the
house work and doing general
sewing for the -fanrilj-. The old
lady is a better housekeeper at
eighty-three than many of the
candidates for matrimony at sweet
sixteen are.
M. De Lesseps reports favora
bly on the proposed Sahara Sea
scheme. Soundings 73 meters
deep have shown the existence of
nothing but sand. The African
inland sea might easily be
made, with the aid of 100
excavators, representing 100,000
men. M. De Lesseps has
met with the best reception from
the Arab soldiery and popula
tion. On the 3d inst. he arrived
at Biskra, having completed a sur
vey of the country between Gabes
and the Marsh Lakes. He declared
that the soil will allow of the
excavations necessary to connect
the lakes, with the Mediterranean,
that the work will present no
extraordinary difficulty, and that
the concessions asked for with re
gard to the forests and adjoining
lands will make the scheme re
munerative and wholly independ
ent of state aid. subvention, or
gu arante e.
The flurry that an alleged dis
patch occasioned in Portland last
Saturday indicates the uncertainty
of feeling as to Villards actions in
the near future. The following
pregnant paragraph from the
Oregonian concisely expresses the
feeling up there:
Tf the Northern Pacific should
cross at Vancouver and go down
to Kalama on the other side of the
Columbia, aud the Willamette
valley roads should make direct
connection from Forest Grove to
Astoria, then ships could come to
Portland unobstructed by bridges;
but would they have much busi
ness here?
NEW TO-DAY
LIBERTY HALL !
Friday, May 25, 1883,
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Saturday, May 26, 1883.
RAYMOND HOLMES",
(Late Easterbrook in Esmeralda Co.)
Supported by a powerful company of
talented ladies and gentlemen in the
Musical Burlesque Comedy
ii
whims:
Whims is similar to Pop. Hobbles
Photo's and the Yokes. "Oh, but she Is
a daisy." It Is chuck full of laughter
and lots of fine singing. "The door was
open and the wind Dlew It In." This Is
not a melodrama; it is not a farce, but a
conglomeration. of pleasure, and will
warrant you say so after you have seen
it.
Some of the company you are ac
quainted with, as they visited your city
with the Esmeralda Company. The
others are all first class artists.
Reserved seats can be secured without
extra charge at Strauss New York
Novelty Store.
All under the management of
J. IT. LOVE.
Fifty Dollars Reward.
BEAVER LODGE NO. 35, T,0. 0. F.. W ILL
pay a reward of fifty dollars for the re
covery of the body of Walter Pohl, who was
drowned on Columbia bar on the morning of
the 2lst Inst.
Net Lost.
ON THE20TH, ONDESDEMONA SANDS,
about 320 fathoms new net, Barbours 12
ply, corks branded J. Williams & Co.. and
leads the same. About every 10 fathoms Is
a streak ofblue twine. Finder will please
notify me and be liberally rewarded.
22-3t J. WILLIAMS.
Notice.
I HAVE THIS DAY BOUGHT THE In
terest of J. A. McCrea In the bill board
and posting business In the city of Astoria.
Astoria, May 22, 83.-1W k L. E. SELIG.
Notice.
ANY AND ALL PERSONS ARE FOR
bldtlen to trespass on Block No. 33, ul
ney addition to Astoria, and any one found
on said Block within my fence, without my
consent, will be prosecuted to the full extt-ut
Of the law. J. II. D. GRAY.
Notice.
THE TAKING OF BIDS FOR BUILDING
Mrs. Kinney's brick house at Astoria is
again postponed until Tuesday afternoon at
3 r. si. td
Wanted.
T
HREE APPRENTICE GIRLS WANTED
by MRS. T. S. JEWETT.
Net Found.
X7ESTERDAY MORNIO, NEAR GREAT
JL Republic, a net marked J. II. D. sc Co.
ou floats, one buoy on end : net almost new.
Loser can have it bv applying at ofllce of
18-3t COLUMBIA CANNING CO.
Musical.
I HAVE THE AGENCY OF THE BEATTY
Organs and Pianos, and will sell the same
very low lor cash, or on time nith the proper
security, rereoas desiring to purchase an
organ for either church or family use will
And it greatly to their Interest to call at my
resilience ana ascertain prices, .rive jear?
guarantee given if desired.
C.ILBAIN.
Ice Delivered to Order.
FRANK FABRE
IS PREPARED TO DELIVER THE BEST
quality ol Ice at 2Vi cents per ouud, in
quantities from ten pounds up, to Hotels,
baloons. Restaurants, or Families, leaving
tnir orders with him. Large quantities of
Ice constantly on hand. tf
Tee Cream Fresh Every Day.
City Auditor's Notice.
TVTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE
City Assessment Roll o? the City of As
i. In Ciatson county. Oresron. asreturnei
toria. In Clatsop county. Oregon, as returned
by the City Assessor, for the year 1&J3, Is
now on file in the ofllce of the Auditor and
Clerk of said city, where it will remain onen
for taspection until the 1st day of June, 1KS3.
All applications for corrections or revisions
of the same must be filed with the Auditor
and Clerk, prior to said first day of June.
18X3.
T. S. JEWETT.
Auditor and Clerk.
Astoria, May icth, 1833.
County Treasurer's Notice.
THERE IS MONEY IN TnE COUNTY
Treasury to pay all County Orders pre
sented prior to August 31, 1882. All such or
dors will ceasa to draw interest after this
date. CHAS. HEILBORN,
April 20, 1883. Treas. Clatsop Co,
Sheriffs Sale.
BY VIRTUE OF AN EXECUTION is
sued out of the Hon. Circuit Court of the
State of Oregon, for Clatsop county, on the
12th day of May, 1883. and to me directed
on a decree for the foreclosure of certain
mortgage Heiu wherein the Astoria Packing
Company, plaintiff, recovered Judgement
and decree of foreclosure against J. T. Ror
chcrs, defendant, lor the sum of six hundred
dollars fSCOO.) with interest thereon from the
12th day of October, 1882, at ten percent, per
annum, logeiner wiiu costs ana aisourse
t&eiits taxed at $24.65, also lor the costs and
accruing costs and expenses. I have this "th
day of May. 1S83. levied upon and will sell at
public auction on the lath day of June, 1883,
at 2 o'clock p.m. of said day, at the Court
house door, in Astoria. Clatsop county, Ore
gon, for cash in hand at Ume of sale, all
right, title, interest, and estate of the said J.
T. Borchersin and to a certain two story
building situated upon tne north west cor
ner of lot No two In Block No. nine. In the
town, now city, of Astoria as laid out and
recorded by John McClure. in Clatsop coun
ty. Orecon. together with all the Interest de
fendant had in and to the west half of lot 2
In Block 9, on the 12th day of October, 1S82.
or any ume inereaiier.
A.M.TWOMBLY,
. . .Sheriff.
Astona, Oregon, May 17, 1883.
TUTT'S
PILLS
SYMPTOMS OF A
TORPID LIVER
Loss of Appatite, Bowels costive,
Pain in the Head, "with, a doll cen
sation In the back put, Pain under
the Shoulder blade, fullness after
eating:, with a disinclination to ex
ertion ef body or mind. Irritability
of temper, Low spirits, with a feel
tog of having" neglscted some duty,
weariness, Dizziness, Fluttering at
the heart, Dots before the eyes, Yel
low Skin, Headache generally over
the right eye, Sestlessness, with fit
ful dreams, highly colored Urine,
CONSTIPATION.
TUTT'8 PIXiXS are especially
adapted to sack. cuu.eBe deie ef
fects sBcfei a durase ef feeliss as to
astonish, the svsTerer
Tbey increase the Apetite,and c&nco
the body to Take cm Flesh, thus the m-v
tern U assrUhed, and by their Tonic
Action on tbe Digestive Organs, lies
alarSteolfaroprodncod. "xlc25c.u.
33 WsTTsy tUt IV. T.
TUTTS HAIR DYE,
a sax Kur osWexboos cs&Bge to a Glossy
BuLcsby a single application of thUDrK. It
taa parti anatural color. ActilBctant&neou?
t. Sold by DruprfsU, or sent bj expres on
reodptor...atl.o5.
OFFICE, 99 KUKKA.Y ST., IV. V,
( BT.TUrrSKJin!U.rTtMUtefBmMtoasad
U?Mttl HetfU HiAl U IMKH ntX . ajfHuiWo. J
HOTELS AND RESTAURANTS.
PARKER HOUSE,
II. It. PARKEK. Irop..
ASTORIA, - - - OREGON.
FIRST CLASS HOTEL.
ALL MODERN IMI'KOVEMENTS.
HOT AtI COT.D BATHS.
Good Billiard Table, and First Class Sa
loon stocked with Fine Liquors.
JC3-FREE COACH" TO THE HOUSE.-W
THE OCCIDENT HOTEL
First-class in every respect.
ITIEGEER & WRIGHT,
Proprietors.
Astoria,
- Oregon.
IT IS A FACT
THAT
JEFF'S CHOP HOUSE
ox
Concomly Street is the Best in
Town.
THAT
He lias Always on Hand FRESH
NIiorI "Water Bay and East
ern Oysters.
THAT-
"JEFF" IS THE BOSS CATERER.
THAT
lie faas bea Proprietor or Ike "Aurora
Hotel" la Kaapptoa lereBjear.
OPEN DAY AND N18HT.
ROSCOE'S FIRST CLASS
Oyster Saloon, ff)
0HENAMU3 STREET, ASTORIA.
TnE UNDERSIGNED IS PLEASED TO
announce to the public that he has op
ened a
FIKST CL.ASS
3Sct-Ci3Q.gr 33Coiise ,
And furnishes In first-class stylo
OYSTERS, HOT COFFEE TEA. E1C
AT THE
Ladies' and Genf s Oyster Saloon,
CHENAilUS STREET:
Please Kive me a calL
ROSCOE DIXON, Proprietor
COSMOPOLITAN
Chop House and Restaurant.
OPEN DAY AXD NIGHT.
31eals US cents and upwards.
A. I.EBOSSE & Ju WIli BROS,
Proprietor.
MAI.V STKEET, ASTORIA.
CENTRAL HOTEL.
CHAS. "WALLMAN. - - - Proprietor.
I HAVE TAKEN CHARGE OF THIS POP
ular Hotel and can guarantee satisfaction
TO ALL
Permanent and Transient Boarders
The choicest brands of "Wlnw, IJquors
aud Cigars, at the Bar.
Opposite O.R. &N. Dock, Astoria. Oregon
ASTORIA SAIL LOFT.
A. M. JOHNSON & CO., PROPR'S.
HAVING CONSIDERABLY INCREASED
our facilities for meeting the demand of
increase In boats this year wc would re
spectfully call the attention of
CANNERY MEN
Aud all others needing alls, to this fact.
Prices Same as Last Year,
WORK STILL BETTER.
Drilling and Best Quality of Rope
on Hand.
Our Work has Given
Satisfaction for Eight Years,
And shall be made to do so while we are in
the buslnenS.
G. A. STINSON & CO.,
BLACKSMITHING, '
At Capr. Rogers old stand, corner of Cas
and Court Streets.
Ship and Cannery work. Horseshoeing.
Wagons made and repaired. Hood work
guaranteed.
Barbour's
No. 40 12-Ply
SALMON TWINE !
CORK AND LEAD LINES,
SEINE 'TWINES-
A Full Stock Now on Hand.
HENRY DOYLE & CO.,
81 1 Market Street. Man Francisco.
Sole Agents for the Pacific Coast
For Sale.
LOT 8, BLOCK 101; LOT 5.HLOCK 103:
LotS,Blkl46; Letl.BlkSO: Lots 3&4.
BIk 37 ; Lot2, BIk 10C : Lot 8 Blk 131 : Lot 3.
Blkl34; Lots 5&6.B)km; Lot 7. Blk 147;
Lots 5 & C, Blk 151 ; McClures. Ixts 7 & 8, Blk
0, and Lots. Blk 90. Blk 81, Shlvelys. and
part of Blk 3, Hustler & Aiken's add. And
divers lots In other parts of the city, besides
outside lands in Oregon and Washington
Territory.
Lease to sell or building to rent In good
business location.
tf BOZOBTH & JOHNS.
BANKIHG AHDJNSURANGE.
i. w. CASS,
BROKER, BANKER
XSD
INSURANCE AGEHT.
ASTORIA, - - - OREGON
OFFICE HOURS:
FROI 9 O'CLOCK A. 31. UNTIL 3
O'CLOCK P.M.
il Insurance
OF CALIFORNIA.
J. F. Hocoirrox
Chas. R. Story.
Geo. L. Storv....
ZZlZlcwzTs
Aj-'cit for o:on ,
!ri.f..t-.T
Capital paid up m U. S. :.!". i
coin .. .;.. 7....V am ti w J
I. "IV. CASK. Agr-iit.
PhPTHJtTiiiQKtrtt ATirl:t Hrwim !
w ...- n
$67,000,000 CAPITAL
LIVERPOOL ASD LOVOS AND
NORTH BRITISH AND MERCAN
TILE OF LONDON AND
EDINBURGH.
OLD CONNECTICUT OF HART
FORD, AND
COMMERCIAL OF CALIFORNIA
FIRE INSURANCE COMPANIES
Representing a capital of Sft.OOO.00O.
A. VAX DUHEX. Asient.
WH. EDQAR,
Dealer In
Cigars, Tobacco and Cigarettes
Meerschaum and Brier Pifes,
GENUINE ENGLISH CUTLERY
Revolvers and Cartridges.
Carl A&ler'S i
Emporia
Finest tock of goods lu thr City.
Books,
Stationery,
Papetrie,
Toys, Games,
-AND-
Endless Novelties.
BOOKS !
All the Standard Authors,. In this as in
every other branch of my buslncs 1 lead.
MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS !
Of guaranteed qnaliiy.
Clocks and WuIcIips, Cold and
Silver AVaru.
Baby Carriages, Wloeijwdcs,
Aud every drsrriptinn of
B'-flkWrcs-sr goods
AT
Carl Adlcr's Emporium.
FIRST GRAND
Clearance
SALE?
AT
EMPIRE STORE
PRIOR TO STOGK TAKIKC.
We offer SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS
in our line of
Dress Goods, Silks, Velvets,
Plushes,
Cashmeres and Arinures.
Laces. Hosiery,
Corsets, Cloaks,
Dolmans, Etc., etc.
A FINE ASSORTMENT OF
FLANNEL COMFORTERS,
Blankets, Etc.
Stock Complete in Every Branch.
Prael Brothers.
Street Grade Notice.
NOTICE is hereby f:iven Hint the
Common Council of the citv of Astoria
propose to establish that poition of Cass
street, in the city of Astoria, as laid out
and recorded by John McClure, from
the north side of Squemoqua street to
the south side of Astor street as follows,
viz.: At its intersection with Sque
moqua street, 19 feet; at its intersection
with Jefferson street, 20 feet; at its in
tersection with Astor street, 20 feet
above the base of grades as established
by ordinance Xo. 71 of said city, and un
less a remonstrance signed by the own
ers of two-thirds of the property front
ing on said portion of said street bo filed
with the Auditor and Clerk within ten
days of the final publication of this no
tice, viz.: June 4, 1883, the Common
Council will establish said grade.
By order of the Common Council.
T.S. JEWETT,
Auditor and Clerk.
Astoria, May 13, 1833.
NATURE'S EBsIEDY. !
Liver, Kidney, and Skin Diseases..'
Malaria, Dyspepsia,
Biliousness. Pains in the Back and Loins,
Pimples and Blotches on the Skin,
Whether Hereditary.
Or Citi-cd by Weakns. or KvMe,
Can Only be Cured by the Use of;
Largest Sale and Most Satisfaction
Of r.uj Medicine en tLe Coast.
i
sld b 3H Drvgglsts and Jredlclne Dealer. .
$1.00 per BoltlcG. for $3.tM. ;
' ' ' t
f
'PERUVIAN
BITTERS t
Wilmerding & Co.? San Francisco.
& Co., Agents, Astoria.
-ask roit
Union India Sufrber Go's
Pure 1'nra.n um
CRACK PROOF
RUBBER BOOTS.
UEWAltE Of IMITATIONS !
Be sure the Boots are staiuned CRACK
PROOr on the heels, and have the PURE
GUM SPRINGS on the foot and Instep,
which prevent their cracking or hrenknifr.
We are now makinc them with RUBBER
AND ASBESTOSSnlea which will make
tliem last more than twice as long as any
Kuuber boots made.
FOK SALE BY ALL DEALERS.
ALL KINDS KUBItEK BELTING. PACK
ING, HOSE. SPRINGS. CLOTHING,
BOOTS AND SHOES. Etc
GOODYEAR RUBBER CO.
It. H. TEASE. Jr. i Agents.
S. M. ItUNYON, j San Erancico.
GRAND CLEARANCE SALE!
to make room for more
Hardware aid Ship Glianfllery
A. VAN DUSEH & GO.
Will sell at cost their entire stock of
HATS .AND GAPS
ANT) "
BOOTS AND SHOES.
These goods must be disposed of as we are
soon to receive another large lot of
Hardware and Ship Chandlery
And mint hae room to stow it.
J Drugs and Chemicals
Prescriptions carefully compounded
Day or Night.
Hariware ani Ship CiianclleryJ
A. VAN DUSEN & CO..
ikaixi:s r:
Hardware and Ship Chandlery,
Pure Oil, Bright Varnish,
Binnacle Oil, Cotton Canvas,
Hemp Sail Twine,
Cotton Sail Twine,
Lard Oil,
Wrought Iron Spikes, ,
Galvanized Cut Nails.
Agricnltnra i Implements,
Sowing? IXucIiines,
Paints ami Oils, Groceries, etc.
JS, 3S- 3?1 L EH SC 3ES 2,
DKALKR IN
Hay, Oats, Straw.
Lime, Brick, Cement and Sand
Wood Delivered to Order,
Draying, Teaming and Express Business.
Horses una Carriages for Hire.
-DEALEB IX
WINES, LIQUORS ANDICICARS.
FIKST CJLASJ1
JkMllMlrZlMMMia '
t. 1 i . ' -i.-.m--1 -'
CjXams
3 DRUGGIST
n, . . At
Pharmacist,
Aastoria.c?
r2 o -
A fef
&
0 1 T T
We have to-day finished opening and putting in order the
Rousiht in San Francisco
('. P. MOFF1T will he found behind the counter. His long established repu
tation as a good and reliable salesman is all that need be said.
You Will Find Prices Lower than the Lowest.
B. F. STEVENS & CO.
CCCCSSOR TO .UCK1N6 & MONTGOMERY.)
DEALER XX
PLUMBING, GAS FITTING, AND CANNERY WORK
Attended to Promptly on Reasonable Terms.
CJ1E?jA2IES3 STltcr.T. A'oxt to C I. Parker's Store.
THE NEW MODEL
A PTJLI. 5TOCK ALWAYS ON HAND.
TPi- DEL- ror-TroEs,
Two doors east of Occident Hotel. ASTORIA, OREGON.
CHAS. HEILBORN,
MANUFACTURER OF
FUBNIXUKE 55 BEDDING
AND DEALER IB
Carpets, Oil Cloth, Wall Paper, Mirrors,
WindowShades, Lace Curtains, Picture Frames and Mouldings
WINDOW CORNICES AND CURTAIN POLES
Complete in every hranch.
MARTIN OLSEN
DEAXEIt IN BEp
FTJBNITTTRE S BEDDING.
Corner 3Ialu and Squcmoqna Streets. Astoria, Oregon
WINDOW SHADES AND TRIMMINGS; WALL PAPER ETC
A Complete Stock.
PRICES AS CHEAP AS QUALITY WILL AFFORD.
AI.I. KI3HS OF FUKNiTUKE REPAIRED AND TABHISHD.
FOR LIVERPOOL DIRECT!
liritMi Irou Barque
"RYEVALE," 100 Al.
WILLIAMS, --- - Matter.
millS FIXE VESSEL HAVING HER CAR-
JL g fullv eiissuccd will hae QUICK
DEbl'ATCIl. anil will be followed by the
Hritish Irou Carqnc
"ULL0CK," 100 Al.
SALMON in eases will be taken in lots to
suit shippers, at reasonable rates.
i'or rates offrelslitand Insurance
Apply to MEYEH, WILSON & CO.,
or to SIBbON.CIIUKCII&CO.,
tf Portland, Oregon.
SOLID GOLD
-
J JBj yy ELR X ,
Scarf Pins, Chains, Watchesj
Of every description.
The finest stock of Jewelry In Astoria.
ES'-All goods warrantedasrepresented
GUSTAV HANSEN, JEWELER.
HAVE you mm
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OUR SPLENDID STOCK
3:S3SSSS;3:33&:2S3C5Si:IiaEaE32EIHBUSS3ai
OF
j CARPETS, j
j UPHOLSTERY, j
j WALL PAPER, j
AND
Ifcwcst Styles iu Furniture?
ED. D. CURT25 & CO.
(51. "V. Galllck'3 Old Stand.) j
Have some elegant designs in tlie above .
nientlonea gooiis u
to show the public.
mentioned gooits which they willne pieaea
Every thing new and tasteful.
RUDDOCK & LEVAKE,
tt A nnrTf A T "PT TnVTRT!"R S
KrAO IUB.li rt U JJJJ3XiXlO,
an and Stenm Fitters.
Have constantly on hand a general assoit-
ment of goods In our line. Jooomg prompt-
JJ UllcnUCU IU. WUU1UKJ6""1'
X. B. Wo guarantee our woric.
Shop nearly oppesiUO. It. & N. Co'i dock.
OK STORE.
5 Stools of Goods
by B. F. STEVENS.
gomery,
Tin, Sheet iron and Copper Ware.
A General Assortment of
HOUSEHOLD GOODS.
Agents for
Magee Stoves and Eanges
The Best in the market.
I'lumbing goods of all kinds on hand. Job
work done In a workmanlike manner.
RANGE CAN BE HAD IN AS
TORIA ONLY OF
E. B. HAWB9,
AGENT
CALL AND EXAMINE JET. TOU
WTLL BE PLEASED.
E. It. If AWES is also agent for the
Ml patent CooMnp; stove
And other first-clas3 stoves.
Furnace "Work. Steam Fit-
Ings. etc., a specialty.
J. H. D. GRAY,
Wholesale and retail dealer In.
ALL KI1TBS OF FEKD,
Hay, Oafs, Straw, Wood, Etc.
General storage and Wharfage on reason
able terms, lootof Benton street. Astoria
Oregon.
Plumbing and Gas Fitting.
I IOBTEA BROS.
I Plumbers, Gas, and Steam Fitters.
i
JoLting Promptly Attended to.
A Full Supply or
GAS FIXTUEES, COCKS, STEAM FIT
TINGS, ETC., ALWAYS ON HAND.
Cannery, and Steamboat Work
a Specialty.
Chenamus street, opposite Demerit's Drus
Store, Astoria, Oregon.
Leinenweber & Co.,
C. LKIJCElf WEBER. H. BKOWX.
ESTABLISHED 1865.
ASTOEIA. OREGON,
TAMEBS Al CUBBBES,
Alanufacturers and Importers of
A LL KINDS OF
XjjE2-aLI?:Q:JbJfc.
AND PINDINGa
Wholesale Dealers In
OIL AND TALLOW.
caHIghest cash price paid for Hides and
Tallow.
Xoticc of Application to ParcliRse
Tiruber Iiands.
LAND OFFICE AT VANCOUVER, W. T
April 9th, 1833.
j with the provisions of the Act of Congress
Notice Is hereby given that In compllanco
approveu june a, isia, enuueu ah act ior
the sale of Timber Lands in the States of
California, Oregon, Nevada, and In Wash
lngtan lerritory," John Anderson, of Pacific
county. Wash. Ter. has this day filed In this
office his application to purchase the North
i East K! Section 20, Township 10 North of
! nance 9 West, of the Willamette Meridian.
Testimony In the above case will be taken
I before the Jclerk or the District Court, at
oystervme, wasn. "ier., on Monday, the
i 18th day of June, 1883.
t Any auu uu persons uiiviug auvecse claims
I to the above described lands, or any portion
mereoi, are.uercoy requireu 10 me ineir
claims in this ofllce within sixty (60) days
from date hereof.
FEED. W. SPARLING,
dll eods Xsaister.
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