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ASTORIA. Jan. G, 1874
Finance and Commerce.
The Price of Gold, Etc.
Astoriax OFFicn, Jan. 5, 1874.
r,-Kl in New York, latest, 110.
Portland legal tenders, 90 buying; 91 soiling.
Exchange on San Francisco, par.
Wheat Liverpool. 13s l13sSd (California),
Club, (Oregon), tfs'JdSllsd. "
Fan Francisco, firm at $2 23S2 CO $ cvrt.
Portland, $2 00cj2 0."j ?cwt.
Albany, (0.),$1 6U ?cwt.
VESSELS OX THE WAY.
Following is a list of vessels on tho way to
fchis port, so far as wo havo been enabled to
obtain a record of the same:
Str Idaho, Bollos, from San Francisco.
Ita?ca, , from South America.
Br bk Sparrowhawk, from Australia.
Am bark Garibaldi, Noyes, from China.
Bk Rival, Clements, loading San Francisco.
Annio W. Weston, Yates, from South Am.
Oregon bk Edward James, Wagner, China.
Am bark Bessc incw,) from Maine, via Eng.
City of Lima, 313 tons, from South America.
Br bk Pekin, Seymour, from Souj.li America.
British bk Jlermino, loadingin Liverpool for j
Janion & Rhodes.
.British bark Blenheim, Cutter, sailed from
Collao Nov. 14th.
American brig Jebara, Pettis, from Buenos
Ayrcs, loading Sept. 14th,
Brt ship Loretta Fish from Shields via Cal
iao 151 days out August 12.
British bark Chanaral, to load wheat for
Cork, sailed from San Francisco.
British ship George A. Holt, Xorton, from
Ware, via Xew Zealand, at Lytileton, July 8.
French brk Moscow, Martineau, 023 tons
possibly I0 days out Oct. 20th, from La Union.
Stmr. C. J. Brenham, sailed from San Fran-'ci.-co
Dec. lHb, for Umpqua, Coos bay and As
ioiia A. M. Simpson &Br.o,
IX POUT AXD RIVERS.
British bark Loch Dee, from Hull, arr 30th.
Island Belle, 31J tons, from South America,
arr Dec. 27th.
Bkt Free Trade, sailed from San Francisco,
Dec. 20th, arrived 27th.
American baric Mariano, arr from S.F. 27th.
British bark Loyal Sam, from Rio Janeiro,
arr Dec. 2oth.
Bktn Jano A. Falkinburg, Brown.from Hon
olulu, arr Dec. 2'Jth.
Flour do Lis, Reis, from Melbourne, ISth.
Bark Windward, arrived from S F., Kith.
Ship Powhattan, from S, F.,Nov, 12th, arriv
ed 27 th.
British bark Toftcombs, from Chile, arr De
Stmr GussicTclfair,Gardner, arr fromPugot
Sound, Dec. 22d.
Bktn Portland, Gage, arr froniS,an Francis
co, December 22L
Britir-h bk Mary E. Bay, 433 tons, from S.F.,
xrived December 7th.
Briti-h ship Arouco, 002 tons, from Peru
arrived December 7th.
Sch Wm. U. Meyer, Tomnjoreg, from S. F.,
arrived December 7th.
British bark fcidlaw, 409 tone, from South
Amorica. Arrived Dec. 7th,
British bark Sylhct, Liverpool, via Victoria,
to Janion &, Rhodes arr Dec. 18th.
American bark Gateshead, Lamb, 377 tons,
jfrom South America, arr. ISth.
Xorbk Navigator, Samsonsen, 000 tons, frpin
Bio Janiero. arrived Xov. 2'Jth.
Briti.-h bark Prof.Airy from South America,
.arrived Xov. 12th.
BrULsh bark Disco, from South America in
ballast, arrived October 2Jth.
American ship Akbar, Lamson, 90J tons,
from S. F for Cork, via Portland arrived at
Astoria Dec cth.
British bark Tongoy .Ferguson, from Dublin
yia Adelaide, arrived Dec. oth.
French bark Xouvean St. Michael, Lamee,
mailed from S. F. Xov, 22d, to E. E. Morgan's
ons. Arrived Astoria Doc. Otlj,
CLEARANCES AXD DEPARTURES,
Dec. 00, British bark Powhattan, for Queens
town, with 12,")2i centals wheat $27,4 j'J.
Dec. 30, British bark Prof. Airy, for Queens
town, with 13,728 contals wheat $27, lot). This
vessel took out a portion of her cargo, and
lightered over the shoals and then put it back
again. Jler master represents 4. company who
own seventy ships. What Mpd of a repoit
may bo expected from him? concerning navi
gation of tho Columbia river to Portland.
Jan. 1. British bark Disco, for Queenstown,
with 27,00 i centals wheat $33,092; loaded as
follews: Portland, 20,5Uo ctls $J1,1 10; Astoria,
U.wl ctls 12,$S2.
Jan. 1, British hark Xavigator, for Cork, 10,
S75 centals wheat Vi. This vessel Joa4ed
iit Portland, but too deeply to got out, and
portiox of her cargo had to belighpered.ovejr
the shoals at tho cost of two days demurrage
which tho ship refused to 1 ay tho lighter, asd
which was not settled yesterday, for want of
telegraphic communication with consignees.
Jan. o, Haw. bark Mattio Macleay, Forbes,
for Honolulu, assorted cargo of Salmon and 1
domestic produce, valued at $ i,830.
Jan. o, Bktn Melancthon, Patterson, for San
Jan. 1, Stmr Oriaamme, Connor, for. San
1 runcisco. ,., . m -
Jan. 3, Sch Hera, Miller, forSn Francisco.
The Rosweli Sprague has been sold
in San Francisco for '$&(), i)0Qf J She is
to be emitlpyedMn tbccookti&umber
Some Things Wanted,
Tho farmer of Oregon gets $40 per ton for his
Wheat," and tho carriors get about S2o per ton
for the same. But the ships are not owned in
tho State henco Oregon's loss on WHEAT is
S2o per ton.
The furnishers of Stavo-bolts receive about
So per cord, and tho ship 310 per cord. Tho
ships not being owned in Oregon S10 per cord
on STAVE-BOLTS aro lost to tho State.
So, also, with FISH and LUMBER, otc, ex
ported from the Columbia river, tho transpor
tation of which is lost to the State.
Ship Owners "Wanted.
To save these large gums to tho State of Ore
gon. Ships aro valuable, and this Stato pro
duces tho best of lumber, ppars and iron, for
Ship Yards "Wanted.
On tho Columbia river, to retain at home the
expenses of ship building. To build vessels
near tho mills, where it can bo dono cheaply.
An Independent Steamboat Co.
Is Wanted on the Columbia river and tribu
taries, to carry the products of Oregon to the
sea boai d, whero deep vessels may load with
It is reported that tho Columbia and Wal
lamet (river) Steamboat Companies havo an
understanding, a mutual agreement, to limit
their routes and preserve a monopoly. The
farmers on the upper Wallamet cannot get
their grain carried to tho ship awaiting cargo
in tho Columbia river without paying two
or three companies, and having tho grain re
handled beforo reaching tho ships. Tho boat
loaded at Salem should proceed directly to
tho ocean vessel in Astoria harbor, below all
obstructions, but instead of this she stops 12
miles below tho Summer mouth, and 30 miles
from tho Winter mouth of tho Wallamet, and
passes the grain, (wharf charged,) over to an
other boat of diffcront owners to carry to the
Farmers; Citizens of Oregon; wo appeal to
you! Look to this matter of transportation!
See tho largo sums tho Stato is continuously
deprived of, by tho etrav.agant method of
.shipping which benefits only the wharves at
Portland, and enriches the steaiuboat compa
nies. It is this kind of business that cnablos
shippers to give California farmers this year
Thirty-one Cents per Bushel
More than tho Oregon farmer receives for his
wheat. Read, roflect, understand tho facts,
then act for yourselves.
t&T Newspapers friendly to tho best inter
ests of Oregon aro roqucsted to copy.
(Signed), MAXY OREGOXIAXS.
Dec. 29, Str Emma Harvard, from St.
Helen.-, with Disco.
Pec. :0, Str Annie Stewart, expected
with two YCvidb irom Portland.
Doc. 2(5, Sch Annie, Sephus, sailed for
Grays river, for wood.
Dec. 27, Sch Elnorah, !FMer, arrived
froin JCnappton, luniber.
Dec. 27, Sell Adelaide, Lewis, arr from
John Day river, aborted cargo.
Dec. 27, Str. Mary Bell, Fisher, arrived
from St. Helens, with Melancthon.
Dec. 23, Sloop AY. II. Tw'dight, Lowe,
from Cape and Unity, with mails.
Dec. 27, Sell Hough andHeady,Kehneld,
for Deep river, with hay.
Dec. 29, Sloop Mary H., Franklin, frm
Skjpanon,TJ. S. mailjpasb, and mdc.
KEGULAlt ASTORIA PACKETS,
Bogujar weekly stoamship in Sa Francisco
trade, arrives on Tuesday and sajjs Saturday,
Xorih Pacific Transportation Company.
llegular semmonthly steamers, Gu'-sjo Tel
fair and Californja-fbr norts on Pugct Sound,
and Sitka, ieavo at odyeriisod dates. Xorth
Padfic Transportation Company.
Regular trj-wcokly 0. S,X. stoainer, arrives
from Portland, Mondays, "Wednesdays and
Fridays returning on alternate days
Steamers Emma llayward, Capt Babbidge,
and Dixie Thompson, in tho grajn traio arrive
irregularly, semi-weekly from Portland.
Steamer Varuna, to and from Fort Stevens.
Capo Disappointment, and Unity Tuesdays,
Fridays, and Saturdays.
Steamer Merrimac, Capt. It. Hobson, Ivnnpp
ton and various logging camps daily, towing
Sloop Mary H. "W. J, Fj.-an.kjin. daily to,and
On tho Bar Steam tug Astoria, Capt "Wass,
and pilot boat Cadfrfornia.
-The bark Lieu. Maury, from Asz
toria, arrived at Liverpool on the
Oregon Steam Navigat'n Cp,
IX THE ABOVE LIXE
-TTILL LEAVE ASTORIA for Portland,
T V three times a weok as follows, until fur
ther notice. . .'
at t o'clock a. m. rolurriincron altornato dav.
J. C. AINS WORTH, President'.
H. S. Sinister, -
At the old Stand, Astoria, Oregon.
Charles H. Bain
Contractor and Builder, Astoria.
Plans, Specifications and Estimates made
to Order, on Short Notice.
Is prepared to fill orders for any class of
work, with promptness. altt
Dr. S. Kinsey,
DRUGGIST AXD APOTHECARY,
PHYSICIANS AXD FAMILY PRESCRIP
tions filled from tho 1TRESTL. DRUGS,
either at day or night. A full stock of
WINES AND LIQUORS,
EOR MEDICAL USE,
OILS BRUSHES, ETC.,
ifcft- Orders from tho Country solicited, and
carefully and promptly tilled.
John "W. G-earhart,
Chcnamus street, Astoria.
Wholesalo and lletail Dealer in
Hay, Grain and Feed !
A GENERAL ASSORTMENT of Groceries,
ELOUR, HA COX, HAMS,
SHOULDERS, LARD, PUTTER,
CHEESE, EGGS, Etc.
Motto "Small Profits on Cash Sales." Con
signments solicited. tf
C. CARRISHAPPYTO INFORM
his old friends ami nnstniiiprs. nml
all others who wish in patronizo him,
that ho lias
a r. c
j iVX J.11J'.. JlAi iM..rJJ)
J 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
O. W. LAMB,
HORSE SHOEIXG. Blacksmithjng, and
m Uoneral Jobbing dono to order, and satis
faction guaranteed. Ilorso Shoeing specially
attended to. ocltf
H. B. Parker !
Importer and Dealer in
Wines, Liquors, Cigars
PHO VISIONS, Etc., Etc.
flSTHolladay's Wharf, Main street, Astoria.
Jfain Street, Astoria Oregon,
(Xear Holladay's Wharf.)
GRAY & DONAIiDSON,
RESPECTFULLY CALL THE ATTEX
tion of tho public to tho fact that tho
above Market will always bo supplied with a
FULL VAKIETY BEST QUALITY
FRESH AND CURED MEATS!
Which will be sold at lowest rates, wholesalo
and retail. Special attention given to supplv
ing ships. oc7tf
Corner of Majn and Cass streets, Astoria.
IIEXHY JACOBS, Proprietor.
BREAD, CRACKERS, PILOT BREAD.
Cakci,Groccrios and Provisions of all kinds
always on bund. hip storos furnished.
K31, Connected with tho cstAblishment is a
Reading Room. Cigars and Lager J Jeer served.
Astoria Market !
Ciiexam us Street ; Astoria.
IIOBSOX c0 WAT.rvEXj
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in all kjnds of
Fresh and Cured flfleats!
Butter, Eggs, Cheese,
Jlams, B02011 and Lard!
Canned Fruits and Ycyetablcs,
Constantly op hand.
tgg" Ships supplied at jjowest rates.
GQQP SA3IA1UTAX COLPOUND,
For Curing Rheumatism,
Sprainsx Felons, Boils'
. Bruises, Bumst
A singlo bottlo will euro or prevent days pi
tho most excruciating pain, "jnd not unfre
tpucDtly save the life of tho suileiing pationti
Frive, $l.0Qpcr Bottle,
rr.Kl'AUED BY v
J, WELCH, ' ASTORIA , 'Orkoon
CL EIXEXWEBER?fK- - vrk
IT. r.ROWX, J Pi:iu:TUTOR:.
v ilaaufavlurc all i--icd? of L wJir ""--i
HOTELS, RESTAURANTS, ETC.
S. X. ARRIGOXI PnoritiEToij.
TnE BEST FURNISHED, MOST CONVE
nient and in every respectpopular hotel in
Oregon. Owing to its location it is considered
A. Very Deliglitf ul Summer Resort.
BSTMagnificcnt 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.
8. N. AR RIG ONI,
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 Batlis !
AT OCCIDENT HOTEL,
HAIR DRESSING SALOON.
CirSpecial attention paid to LADIES' and
CHI TJJKE.X'S HAIR CUTT1XU
rt"" Private Entrancsfor Ladies 'JvU
Braniers Coffee Stand
Chcnamus Street, Astoria, Oregon.
riHIE PUBLIC NOW SUPPLIED WITH
X a superior quality of
Hot Coffee, Cakes, Oysters,
Cigars, Tobacco, Pipes, Motions, etc.
fiHiTGivo mo call, at tho new Stand, Brown's
C. 11. IUKLKMAX. W, II. LAWSOX.
HOTEL AND RESTAURANT.
Main Street, Astoria.
Farlcman & Lawson, Froprictors
Have Leased the above named
iNewly Built, llard-iinished, and 2srewly
and propose to conduct tho same in a fir-1 class
manner. The houso will bo keptopen day and
ni;ht Xo pains will bo spared to insuro tho
comfort of guests.
Board and Lodging per week S-J 00 to $S 00
" ' per day 150
Singlo Meal HO
iter Particular attention will bo given to
supplying balls, parties, etc., with oysters, and
suppers, on short notice. s20tf
Globe Oyster Saloon
(Late Proprietor of tho Globe Hotel, Astoria,)
TS XOW PREPARED to servo his many
X friend and tho public generally with
OYSTERS IN EVERY STYLE !
AJso, GOOD ENGLISH ALE AND PORTER
Call around at the old Stand, on Main street,
and give these articles a trial. ocitf
G-erniaiiia Beer Hall
Chenamus Street, Astoria.
rpiIE PUBLIC ARE INVITED to call and
X leavo their orders.
Splendid Lager jive Cents a Glass,
Free Liqich every Night.
ERNST PAPMAHL, Proprietor.
AVIXG ALL THE MACHINERY XEC-
cssary for first clas.s work, skilllul Brewers
and using nono but tho best quality of materi
als, tho Proprietor is prepared to
Manufacture IMAGER BEER !
In any quantity, from a Singlo Lottlo to a
BARREL, A.SD PUT IT I11' in good con
dition for Shipment or Immediate use. i am
lies and keepers of Public Houses promptly
and regularly supplied, M MEYER, nop r
Astoria Steam Saw Mills,
Js now prepared to fill any kind of
Qrclers for LUMBER,
Ojb short nptico. Address; ' k
1 " ' F.'FERRELL,
Astoria Steam Saw Mills,
oc4$f Astoria, Oregan.
ilajp St.,(HoiIaday'3 "Wharf,) Astoiia, Oregon.
CHA11LES3 HINDEH, PkophiivToe.
FilESILJHKEAjD, CAKES, PIES, CRACK-,
era andTlot Bread, always on hand.
"'Is'keDt iMfonnoctionf?! tKt lioBak orv. whero
! meals can bopioc ml ui 'o- ri-
i .-.. llv. Jjrr ?i rivrrr cv!o ?n thr sicn "ITjI
-- - 'V. ? w j wV. - .. W -.ww-i, .-
A. B. RICHARDSON. S. I. X. GILMAN.
A. B. Richardson,
AUCTION EER-Corner of Front and Oaksts.,
Portland, Oregon. Auction Sales cf Real
iytate. Groceries, Genersil Merchandise aKd
Horses. Sales Wednesday and Saturday. i
CSTLargo assortment of Groceries, Liquors,
etc., at Privato Sale. Liberal advances mndo ,
on consignments. A. R. RICH ARDSOX
Charles S. Wright,
AUCTIOXEER-Cor of Main and Chenamus
fctreets, Astoria. Goodsreceivcd on consign
ment and sold to tho highest bidder.
AUCTIOXEER Office -10 Pirst st., Portland.
George A. Pease,
Pacific Boot and Shoo Store,
Is now prepared to wait on his customers,
At The Old Stand Again !
S. W. Corner First and Morrison Streets,
OREGON BOOT AXD SHOE STORE!
S. ir. BARR, J. c. KI'GSLKY.
BAHK C KXNGSLEY,
PRINCIPAL RETAILERS OF THE STA
plo brands of Eastern, California and Ore
gon Roots nnd Shoos, Xo. l.'io lirtt street cor
ner Yamhill, Portlnnd Oregon.
i&FF ith our long experience and small ox
penso wo aro enabled to soil cheaper than any
other houso in the city of Portland. As tho
proverb goes $1 00 saved is $: 00 made: Call
and see and give us your trade.
BARR & KIXGSLEY.
S. Gr. Skidmore?
Druggist and Apothecary,
Has Removed to his-
NEW AND ELEGANT STORE,
111 First st., next to L. C. Henrichsen's,
Portland, Oregon. au7
LACKSM1TH AXD TOOL MAKER and
manufacturer of of all kinds of
Plaining, Moulding, and Turning Tools,
Saws of all kinds Straightened and Repaired,
and all kinds of Saw Teeth made and rop.iired
and saws turned and straightened. Oi ders at
tended to promptly. 11. TREMvMAXN,
uuli-tf 40 Front .--t, Portlnnd.
Fishel & Roberts,
Corner Firbt and "Wabliington Sheets,
THE BEST VALUE
FOR THE LEAST MONEY.
r.J. MAUTI.V. KDW. MAKTI.V. V. V. n. HKN.UaK.
E. MARTIN & Co.,
Fortland, Oregon, 4
And San Fj-ancisco, California.' "
Importers and Dealers in
Brandies, Wines, Liquors ! ;
Proprietors of the Celebrated
" MILLER'S EXTRA OLD 'BOM WHISKEY 1"
Sole Agents for. tho
J. F. CUTTER WHISKY, ' ! J
HEXNESSY ANP MARTEL 3JKANDIES,
In Bulk and Case, (honded or duty paidj,
All Goods Pertaining to the Trade.
O. S. X. Co.'s.BIock, Portland, 3-
oci'.tf 4U Front st, San Franciscc,
ONEY SATED BUYING THE " HOME"
Sowing M chmo RECENTLY 1 atoi.ted.
Combines all JMPRUVEMEN'io
of other Machines. A CHILI) can "' t
HUN andUNLEKS'IANLit. Jtip
tho REST, becauso tho SIMKLEo'j.' t
and N UT liable to get out of 01 dur,
furnished in five tliliereiit ntylos..
Prices from o() to HO .AJo-iaxvs.
Ilemmcr and t oiler, rraider.Ruf--fler,
(iaugo, luilter, eA.tia 'jhioat--plato,
shuttle,, fcix J ubbins. twelve
Needles, etc., 1'jh.LE v iH d.CJLI
Bg'timnantoe? Perpetual. "CBi
Wo also continue to'sell'thc luVoiiie H"ME
litliiii Tf-hi'itit'fii' iitiii.
HDJIULE. 1 rices REL t Chi ' o. J , SaSv f
,0. 2.S10: No.y, lhalf case, $43. rdersffi? " "
I1THER Mufefiiiio piomi tly idled and fui-Har'
. . v : f
raliyitid of S8SvrifiiMjfui:ino' N ecuicrf fui Sl.is. A
9. y(. .. riv--. Oil ui:1 TuuJ L:. jU-..