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TUESDAY Oct. 7, 1873
Meteorological Report "
Hoursof Observation 7 a, m. 2 and 9 p. m.
By Louis Wilson
Title Tabic for Astoria.
From tables of United States Const Survey.)
A. M. P. M. I
7 1 18 1 3l
... 8 25
... 9 06
... 9 54
8 2 OS 2 M0...
it 2 57.,
10 3 49..
11 4 43..
12. 5 3S..
13 6 40..
14 7 4!L
15 $ 50..
2 32 S 3!..
3 108 !' Jo..
3 SSI 9 55..
4 5!l 10 46..
6 07! 0 41..
7 155 1 43..
5 211 2 89..
PORT OF ASTORIA. .
"Follewing: is a list of vessels on the way to
This port, and a record of the arrivals and de
partures up to date:
Schr Hera, Kent, San Prancisso.
Disco, 733 tons, from South America.
Eifeshire, 700 tons, from South America,
Prof. Airy, 449 tons, from South America.
Santa Rosa, o'iS tons, from South America.
Moscow from La Union Loading Aug 15.
Bg Perpctus, 276 tons, from San Erancisco.
Island Belle, 313 tons, from South America.
Br bk Borneo, 641 tons, from San Erancisco,
City of Lima, 315 tons, from South America.
City of Paris, substitute for ship Edith, from
Margaret Crockard left San Erancisco Sept
Ger bk Theresa Behn, Steffin, 451 tons, from
Bkt Melancthon, loading in San Erancisco
for this port.
British bark Yesta, from Liverpool, to Jan-
Son & Rhodes 126 days out August 12.
British bark Sylhet, Liverpool, via Victoria,
to Janiou fc llhodos J3 days out August 12.
Am. ship Loretta Fish from Shields via Cal
lao 154 days out August 12.
lu tlie Port ami Rivers.
Br bk Spirit of the Dawn, Dixon, 691 tons,
from San Erancisco, to load wheat for Europe,
arrived Oct. 6.
- Steamer Gussio Telfair, Gardner, from Pugot
Sound and Victoria, arrived Oct. 6th.
Bktn WebfoOt, 362 tons. Wheelwright, from
San Francisco, regular Packet lino, arrived
Bg Orient, from San Erancisco, arrived Oct. 3
Steamship California, from Sitka, arrived
Sch Kate L. ilerron, Tillamook", arrived Sep
Bk Windward, from San Erancisco, arrived
The barkentine Eree Trade left San Francis
co for this port Sept. 6th, arrived Sept. 24th.
Hawaiian bark Checola, Rugg, from San
Francisco to Koad lumber at Knappton, arrived
Clearances ami Departures.
Steamship John L. Stephens for San Eran
cisco, sailed October 5th
Br. bark Windemere. Capt. Yearman, with
wheat for the United Kingdom, went to sea in
tow of the tug Astoria, October 5th.
Also the bark Wetterhorn, Capt Rich, wheat
for United Kingdom, passed out in tow of tho
tug Varuna Oct. 5.
The British ship Privateer, Capt Cox, wheat
for Europe, was finally taken to sea Oct 6th
Daily X'ncKets, etc.
Regular weekly steamship in San Erancisco
trade, arrives on Tuesday and sails Saturday,
North Pacific Transportation Company.
Regular semi-monthly steamers, Gussio Tel
fair and California for ports on Puget Seund,
-and Sitka., leave at advertised dates. North
Pacific Transportation Company.
Regular tri-weokly 0. S. N. steamer, arrives
from Portland, Mondays, "Wednesdays and
Fridays returning on alternate days.
Steamers Emma Hay ward, Capt Babbidge,
and Dixie Thompson, in tho grain trade arrive
irregularly, semi-weekly from Portland.
Steamer Yaruna, to and from Port Stevens.
Cape Disappointment, and Unity Tuesdays,
Fridays, and Saturdays.
Steamer Merrimac, Capt R. Hobson, Knapp
ton and various logging camps daily, towing
On tho Bar Steam tug Astoria, Capt "Wass,
and pilot boat California.
Sloop Mary HM Capt Poole, daily to and
Temple Xodge No. 7 A. F. & A. M.
Regular Communications first and third
Saturdays in each month, at 7 o'clock
v. m.. at the Hall in Astoria. Members
of tho Order in good standing aro invited to at
tepd. By ordei of the W. M.
Bearer Xodge Ho, 35, 1. 0. 0. F.
Vi&t,. Meet every Thursday evening.
Stat 7 o'clock, in tho Odd Fellow's
ftSSS'Hall, corner of Cass and Jefferson
Order aro invited to attend. By order, N. G,
Post Office Notice.
Tor Portland and intermediate offices,
at 5 o'clock a. ai. daily.
Eor Skipanon, Seaside house, and Tilla
m mook, daily on arrival of the mail Irom
Eor Ports Stevens and Cape Disappoint
ment. Unity, Oysterville, and Olympia
Tuesdays and Thursdays, at 7:30 a. m.
jb?or Knfcppton, Grays river, Klaskanine,
Ydiings river, Lewis and Clarke, Neha
;Jeni.vAlley, etc., irregular.
29.U7U 50.6 5-LO" 47.0
30.00: 53.4 5S.0 51.0
30.010 52 7 56 7 48 8
30.138 54 U 59 8 52 0
29.87S 5'JO 71 4! 521
AsTonrAK Office, Spt, 2-J.
Following is a correct list of prices ruling in
this market to-day: ,
Sugars Crushed V lb
San Erancisco Golden ws
Sandwich Island : W2
Coffee Costa Kica -2
Fresh Ground &A
Teas Young Hyson jo
T 11)3.11 ....,....
Flour Standard sack 1 87
Meal "tf XA sack 2W
Crackers 3 lb w
Fine Salt ? cwt 2 25
Vinegar fi gallon w
Golden Syrup gallon 55
Hams & lb 1618
Bacon lb 1315
Lard 3 lb 151
Butter f lb 30(37
Eggs dozen 37J
Cheese V H 2025
Apples Green tl bushel 75
Peaches dried 3 lb 1418
TlnnnvSl Hi ... .... 'XlV
Potatoes t lb lc
Onions lb , 3c
Bran V cwt, Si 25; Shorts SI 75, Wheat, $2 37
Oats t tti 13A
Oil cake t cwt 2 2d
Hides, dry, lb 12c14c
" green lb 5 6c
Deer Skins, s) lb t 25c
Elk skins i lb 14c
STEAMERS, STAGES AND SLOOPS
U. S. MAIL AND EXPRESS.
From Astoria to Clatsop Beacli !
Fast HORSES! Good CARRIAGE!
LEAVES ASTORIA EVERY TUESDAY,
Thursday and Saturday Mornings.
Arrive Same Mornings at tho
OCEAN HOUSE, .
And SEA SIDE HOUSE.
RETURNING Leaves those Howes every
Monday, Wednesday and .Friday, connecting
with steamer to Portland each way.
&W Distance twenty-four miles, fare Si 50.
II. B. PARKEK. Proprietor.
COLUMBIA RIVER PILOTS!
II. A. SNOW,
P. E. EERCHEN.
M. M. GILMAN,
C.S. WRIGHT, Agent.
i&T Office Corner of Main and Chenamus
streets, Astoria, Oregon.
The Steam Tug Varuna
"Will leave Astoria every
TUESDAY and SATURDAY
Carrying Mails, Passengers and Freight.
W3 Other days of the week she "will bo ready
to go any where that business may justify. Is
prepared to lighter cargoes, freight, hay, cattle
and wood. J . H. D. GRAY Agent, Astoria.
ONLY REGULAR PACKET BETWEEN
ASTORIA AND CLATSOP.
Carrying the U S. Mail !
Tho well known sloop rj
MARY H., .
L W POOLE Master
Leaves Clatsop every Monday, Wednesday
and Friday, on arrival of Stages, conneecting
at Astoria with the steamer Dixie Thompson.
Returning, leaves Astoria every Tuesday,
Thursday and Saturday, connecting with the
Coaches for tho Beach. Extra trips made to
accommodate tho traveling public.
Having been purchased by tho undersigned,
will hereafter bo in readiness to carry freight
to any accessible point. Tho Hector has good
accommodations for keeping freight dry and
can carry 20,000 feet of lumber. For particu
lars, inquire of p. JOHNSON, Astoria.
Tho fast sailing Sloop --
W. H. TWILIGHT, &2.
R M LOWE ; Master
Is now in readiness to Charter for Pleasure
Parties, Freight or Passengers. Headquarters
Corner Main and Jefferson streets, Astoria.
THE COLUMBIA RIVER MANUFACTURING Co,
ARE NOW DAILY MANUFACTURING
from 30,000 to 40,000 feet of the all tho very
best kinds and quality of Lumber, which will
bo sold in lots to suit purchasers.
Address, K. KINSEY,
General Agent and Superintendent.
s3tf Knappton, W. T.
BY ORDER OF THE BOARD of Directors
an assessment of twenty-fivo per cent on
the capital stock of tho Astoria Farmers Com-
5 any is made and required to bo paid to tho
roasurer of said Company.
S. D. ADAIR.
FARM FOR SAEE.
QOf ACRES GOODLAND, situated on tho
D&J Danks of Lewis and Clarke river, and
known as tho
Is offered for sale at the cheap rato of SI 25 por
aero. Address, F.EERREL,
s25tf Astoria Steam Saw-milL
LOST A POCKET BOOK, cor tuning three
Photographs, throe dollars worth of stamps
etc. The finder will bo thankfullv rewarded
by leaving it at thisoffico for Wm. Kline, Capo
Headquarters ! Headquarters !
I. W. CASE,
Chenamus Street, Astoria, Oregon,
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
Dry Goods, Clothing, Groceries, Provisions, Notions,
And General Merchandise,
HATS AND CAPS,
BOOTS AND SHOES,
BLANKETS, FLANNELS, &e.,
"Which is being offered
Cheap FOR CASH or PRODUCE !
"-All the New School Books, that can
be had, and a great variety of Stationery
just received. jyl tf
Millinery and Fancy Goods,
WE WISH TO CALL THE ATTENTION
of the Ladios of Astoria and vicinity to
our new stock of
Millinery and Fancy Goods!
Which wo offer at reasonable prices. Ladies
living at a distance, favoring us with their or
ders, will find them promptly attended to.
Main street, Astoria, Oregon. s25
Dr. S. Kinsey,
TvmrrinTQT' A-vm ATrirPTTT7rA"RV"
PHYSICIANS AND FAMILY PRESCRIP
tions filled from tho PUREST DRUGS,
either at day or night A full stock of
"WINES AND LIQUORS,
FOR MEDICAL USE,
OILS BRUSHES, ETC.,
E& Orders from tho Country solicited, and
carefully and promptly filled.
Astoria Steam Saw
Is now prepared to fill any kind of
Orders for LUMBER,
On short notice.
Astoria Steam Saw Mills,
C. CARR IS HAPPY TO INFORM HIS
i oia inonus ana customers, ana an omers
who wish to patronize him, that ho has
At the Old Stand,
And is again prepared to do all kinds of Black
smith work, from making an Anchor Flue, to
a Plow Shear. Main street, Astoria. aulU
C W. LAMB,
HORSE SHOEING, Blacksmithing, and
General Jobbing done to order, and satis
faction guaranteed. Ilorso Shoeing specially
attended to. ocltf
Squemoqtje Street Astoria
Under tho Management of tho
Rev. Mr. M Irs. Hylai,
MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1873
BSTTuition per quarter, jn advance, $7 50.
MRS. A. S. MERCER,
Teacher of Prof. E. A. RolJBr's,
Alse: Harmony andThoroughbaso!
BSTTho ONLY CONCISE SYSTEM which
will stand Artistic Criticism, and furnish tho
material upon which every educated Teacher
can base their own peculiarities of instruction,
it presents in a new light, based upon Natu
ral Laws, tho art of Execution, and Scienco of
Music fi"Rooms at Residence, Astoria"Sa
Rt. Rev. B. W. Morris, D D Rector
R. W. Laing. M A, LLD -Head Master
Rev. DeE. J ennings, M A Senior Master
Wm. M. Barker, A B Junior Master
Miss L A Buss ... Preceptress
E. T. Coleman, R A Drawing Master
R. Yarndloy Music Teacher
Miss Maria Emory Matron
Tho Christmas Term began September 1st,
and ends January 15th, 1574. The following
(Easter) Term begins January 19th, and ends
June 5th, 1874. The course of study extends
from Primary Branches to tho Third year of
an University Course". Sond for Catalogue.
St. HELENS HALL,
A Boarding and Day School for Girl3, con
ducted by tho Misses Rodney, under tho su
Servision of tho Rt, Kov.B.Wistar, Morris, DD,
iishop of Orogon and Washington Territory.
The School Year will be divided into two terms
of twenty weeks each beginning on. the first
Mnday in September, and on Monday the
2Uth of January. Send for catalogue slu
Established in Astoria ia 1849.
NEW GOODS. CHEAP GOODS.
A. VAN DUSEN,
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
Corner of Main and Chenamus streets,
IS NOW OFFERING FOR SALE ONE OF
the largest and most complete assortments
of General Morchandiso ever before brought
to the country, and to buyers
For Cash will offer the Most Flattering Inducements
' In tho lino of
HATS, AND CAPS,
BOOTS AND SHOES
LADIES' DRESS GOODS,
A Complete Stock of Every Article,
TOO NUMEROUS TO MENTION.
JS3T Givo me a call, and bo convinced that
my goods aro of the best quality, and as cheap
as can bo bought of any house in tho State.
A. VAN DUSEN.
S. N. ARRIGONI Proprietor.
THE BEST FURNISHED, MOST CONVE
nient and in every respect popular hotel in
Oregon. Owing to its location it is considered
A Very Delightful Summer Resort.
5Magnificent Suits of Rooms for families.
Tho table is supplied with tho choicest delica
cies of tho season. Wine and Billiard Room
attached to tho Hotel.
S. N. ARRIGONI,
Occident Hotel Block, Astoria,
"Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
Choice Brand Liquors
The Finest in the Market
CONSTANTLY ON HAND!
Which will bo sold in lots to suit purchasers
Hot, Cold, and Shower Baths !
AT OCCIDENT HOTEL,
HAIR DRESSING SALOON.
31. TThlenhart Proprietor.
CST Special attention paid to LADIES' and
CHILDREN'S HAIR CUTTING
C" Private Entrance for Ladies "T
C. B. FARLEMAN.
TV, H. LAWSOX.
Re-Opened on the Popular European Plan
Farleman & Lawson, Proprietors
BEG LEAVE TO INFORM their numerous
friends and tho traveling public genorally
that thoy have leasediho above named Hotel
and proposo to conduct the same in a fir?t class
manner. Thehouso will bo kept open day and
night No pains will bo spared to insure the
comfort of guests. s20tf
H. B. Parker !
Importer and Dealer in
Wines, Liquors, Cigars
PROVISIONS, Etc., Etc.
fi35"Holladay's "Wharf, Main street, Astoria.
4 John W. G-earkart,
Chenamus street, Astoria,
"Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
Hay, Grain and Feed !
A GENERAL ASSORTMENT of Groceries,
FLOUR, BACON, HAMS,
SHOULDERS, LARD, BUTTER,
CHEESE, EGGS, Etc.
Motto" Small Profits on Cash Sale3." Con
signments solicited tf
Main St., (HolIaday'S Wharf,) Astoria, Oregon.
CHARLES BINDER, Proprietor
FRESH BREAD, CAKES, PIES, CR ACK
ers and Pilot Bread, always on hand
Is kept In connection with tho Bakery, where
meals can bo procured at all hours.
& Oysters in every stylo in the season.-ga
Astoria Bakery !
Corner of Main and Cass streets, Astoria.
HENRY JACOBS Proprietor.
READ, CRACKERS, PILOT BREAD.
Cakes.Groceries and Provisions of all kinds
always on hand. Ship stores furnished.
3- Connected with tho establishment is a
Reading Room. Cigars and Lager Beer servtd.
New Stock of Goods!
op the best styles,
and the Very best quality,
at reasonable prices.
everything else in
At The Old stand of
TAKE NOTICE. This is an oxtonsivo stock
of well selected goods, in great variety, which
I am now opening. Old Patrons, Friends and
tho community in general, are invited to call
and inspect both Goods and Prices.
Chenamus street, Astoria,
H. S. Sinister,
At the old Stand, Astoria, Oregon.
PETER H. EOX,
Corner of Main and Jefferson streets, Astoria.
made to order.
ALL KINDS CUT AND
Cleaning and repairing.
Main Street - - Astoria, Oregon
TTrATCHES AND CLOCKS cleaned and re-
T Y paired in tho best manner, at rooms in
Binder's Restaurant. s23tf
GOOD SAMARITAN COMPOUND.
For Curing Bheumatism,
Sprains,, Felons, Boils,
to the parts affected; rub in well, and in
severe cases cover with thin cloth, tied or fas
tened on with care.
Warranted to cure," or greatly alleviato, in
all cases named in this label.
A single bottle will cure or prevent days of
the most excruciating pain, and not unfre
quently savo the life of the suffering patient.
Price, $1.00 per Bottle,
J. WELCH, ASTORIA, Oreoox.
LATE OF LA PORTE, INDIANA.
BS Having commenced business in Astoria
I am prepared to do all kinds of Painting,
Graining, Paper Hanging. Glazing, etc., in a
workmanlike and satisfactory manner. Satis
faction guaranteed, both as to prices and work.
Ckarles H. Bain,
Contractor and Builder, Astoria.
Plans, Specifications and Estimates made
to Order, on Short Notice.
Is prepared te fill orders for any class of
w.ork, with promptness. al tt
Faskionable m k! r i
Chenamus street, Astoria, Oregon.
iftSffManufftctures to order the best quality
of Boots and Shoos Repairing of all kinds "&
AVING ALL THE MACHINERY NEC-
cssary for first class work, skilliul Brewers
and using none but the best quality of materi
als, tho Proprietor is prepared to
Manufacture LAGER BEER !
In &ny quantity, from a Single Bottle to a
BARREL, AiND PUT IT UP in good con
dition for Shipment or Immediate use. Fami
lies and keepers of Public Houses promptly
and regularly supplied. M MEYER, Prop'r
Chenamus Street Astoria.
HOBSON & WARREN,
Wholcsalo and Retail Dealers in all kinds ef
Fresh and Cured Afeats!
Butter, Fgg8, Cheese,
Mams, Bacon and Lardf
Canned Fruits and Vegetables,
Constantly on "hand.
" Ships supplied at lowest rates.
. G.LEINEN WEBER, 1
' H.SKOW2; JPRORBI3ETRS.
& Manuftetitr all Ma da of Leather "-H