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ASTORIA. Jan. 20, 1874
Finance and Commerce.
The Price of Gold, Etc.
Astorian Office, Jan. 19, 1874.
Gold in New York, latest, 112
Portland legal tenders, 89 buying; 00 soiling.
Exchange on San Francisco, par.
"Wheat Liverpool. 13sodlosSd (California),
Club, (Oregon), 13s9dUs3d.
San Francisco, firm at $2 o$2 30 cwt.
Portland, SI S5$l 90 cwt.
Albany, (0.),$1 G0 cwt.
VESSELS ON THE "WAY.
Following is a list of vossels on the way to
this port, so far as we have been enabled to
obtain .a record of the same:
Br bk Sparrowhawk, from Australia.
Am bnrk Garibaldi, Noycs, from China.
Annie "W. Weston, Yates, from South Am.
Oregon bk Edward James, Wagner, China.
Am bark Besse (now,) from Maine, via Eng.
City of Lima, 315 tons, from South America.
Br bk Pekin, Seymour, from South America.
British bk Ilermine, loading in Liverpool for
Janion & Rhodes.
American brig Jebara, Pettis, from Buenos
Ayros, loading Sept. 14th,
British ship George A. Holt, Norton, from
"Ware, via New Zealand, at Lyttleton, July 8.
Stmr. C. J. Brenham, sailed from San Fran
cisco Dec. 18th, for TJmpqua, Coos bay and As
toriaA. M. Simpson &Bro.
IN PORT AND RIVERS.
Bark Rival, Clements, from San F., arrived
British bark Chanaral, to load wheat for
Cork, from San Francisco, arr Jan. 12th.
British bark Blenheim, Cutter, from Callao
Nov. 14th, arr Jan. 12th.
Stmr California, from Sitka, arr Jan. 11th.
British bark Loch Dee, from Hull, arr 30th.
Island Belle, 313 tons, from South America,
arr Doc. 27th.
American bark Mariano, arr from S.F. 27th.
British bark Loyal Sam, from Rio Janeiro,
arr Dec 26th.
Bktn Jane A. Falkinburg, Brown.from Hon
olulu, arr Dec. 26th.
Flour do Lis, Reis, from Melbourne, 18th.
Bark Windward, arrived from S. F., 16th.
British bark Toftcombs, from Chile, arr De
Stmr GussieTclfair,Gardner, arr fromPugot
Sound, Dec. 22d.
Bktn Portland, Gago, arr from San Francis
co, December 22d.
British bk Mary E. Ray, 458 tons, from S.F.,
rrtvod December 7th.
British ship Arouco, 602 tons, from Peru
arrived Decomoor 7th.
British bark Sylhet, Liverpool, via Victoria,
to Janion & Rhodes arr Dec. 18th.
American bark Gateshead, Lamb, 377 tons,
from South America, arr. 18th.
Norbk Navigator, Samsonsen, GOO tons, from
Rio Janiero. arrived Nov. 26th.
American ship Akbar, Lamson, 906 tons,
from S- F,, for Cork, via Portland arrived at
Astoria Dec Cth.
British bark Tongoy,Ferguson, from Dublin
via Adelaide, arrived Dec 6th.
French bark Nouvoan St. Michael, Lamoo,
sailed from S. F. Nov. 22d, to E. E. Morgan's
Sons. Arrived Astoria Dec. Gth.
CLEARANCES AND DEPARTURES.
Jan. 1, British bark Navigator, for Cork, 16,
$75 centals wheat $33,752. This vessel loaded
at Portland, but too deeply to get out, and a
portion of her cargo had to bo lightered over
th& shoals at tho cost of two days demurrage
which the ship refused to pay tho lighter, aad
which was not settled yesterday, for want of
telegraphic communication with consignees.
Jan. 5, British bark Arauco, for Cork, with
19,63 centals $39,300.
Jan. 10th, Bark Windward, for Shanghai,
with a cargo of Salmon and lumber, valued at
$4,921, taken on board as follews: at Portland,
to tho value of $1,251; at Astoria, $8,070.
Jan. 13, Bktn Jane A. Falkinburg, Brown,
for Honolulu, with domestic produce, taken at
Astoria to tho value of $1,221, at Portland, $3,
127. Jan. 14. British Bark Tongoy, for Queens
town "for orders," wheat 16,479 centals $32,
Tp Jan. 16, British bark Mary E. Ray, for Cork
for orders, 15,048 ctls wheat $30,096. This
Twgel was xix e days getting down from Port-,
land, having been detained by boats and the
Jan. 17, British bark Gateshead, for Cork,
with i7,614 ctls wheat $25,248; from Portland
19,616 ctls $23,232; Astoria 1,00S ctls $2,016.
J an. 17, French bark Nauvean St. Michael,
for Cork, 14,483 ctls wheat $28,766; from Port
land 12,365 $24,730; Astoria 2,118 $4,036.
Jan. 17, Bark Mariano, for San Francisco.
Jan. 13, British bark Powhattan, for Queens
town, with 12,52o centals wheat $27,456.
Jan. 13. British barkDisco.for Queonstown,
with 27,003 centals wheat S53.992; loaded as
follews: Portland, 20,565 ctls $41,110; Astoria,
6,551 ctls $12,882.
Jan. 13, Bktn Freo Trade, for San Francisco.
Jan. ISth, Sch Wm. H. Moyer, for S. F.
Jan. 17, British brk Sidlaw, for Queonstown,
16,154 centals $ti3,uU0.
Jan. 17, Idaho, Bolles, for San Francisco.
THE HOMESTEAD PROPERTY, belong
ing to the estate of A. Crosby deceased, is
fur rent. 1 or particulars apply to
H. S. AIKEN,1 Administrator s
Astoria, Nov. 20th, 1873-tf "ofsaid'Esfcatp?
Hours of Observation 7 a, k. 2 and 9 p. m.
By Louis WTilson. U. S. Coast Survey.
Tide Table for Astoria.
(From tables of United States Coast Survey.)
p. m. J
2 21 1 231.
2 57 2 08J.
3 32 2 55J.
4 OS 3 47(.
4 35 4 501.
. 7 43
. 8 59
. 9 34
24 5 20 0 101 ..12 01
Astorian Office, Jan. 19,
Following is a correct list of prices ruling in
this market to-day:
Sugars Crushed t lb 14
San Francisco Golden 12
Sandwich Island 12
Coffee Costa Kica 30
Fresh Ground -37M
Teas Young Hyson 75
Flour Standard i sack 1 87
Meal ft H sack 2 00
Crackers t lb 10
Fine Salt $ cwt 2 25
Vinegar j gallon 50
Golden Syrup gallon 65
Haras 3 lb 1618
Bacon lb 1315
Lard sjjl lb 1516C
Butter H 3037M
Eggs B dozen 37
Cheese 3 lb 2025
Apples Green t bushel 75
Peaches dried lb. 141S
Honey lb nono
Potatoes bu 75
Onions lb 3c
Bran 3 cwt, $1 10; Shorts $1 75, Wheat, $2 25
Hay per ton $16 00
Oats $ lb IK
Oil cake 3 cwt 2 2o
Hides, dry, 3 lb 12c13c
" green $ lb 5 ..c
Deer Skins, i lb '25c
Elk skins lb 15c
REGULAR ASTORIA PACKETS.
Regular weekly steamship in San Francisco
trade, arrives on Tuesday and sails Saturday,
North Pacific Transportation Company.
Regular semi-monthly steamers, Gussio Tel
fair and California for ports on Puget Sound,
and Sitka, leave at advertised dates. North
Pajific Transportation Company.
Rogular tri-weokly 0. S. N. steamer, arrives
from Portland, Mondays, Wednesdays and
Fridays returning on alternate days.
Steamers Emma Hayward, Capt Babbidge,
and Dixie Thompson, in tho grain trado arrive
irregularly, semi-weekly from Portland.
Steamer Varuna, to and from Fort Stevens.
Capo Disappointment, and Unity Tuesdays,
Fridays, and Saturdays.
Steamer Merrimac, Capt R. Hobson, Knapp
ton and various logging camps daily, towing
Sloop Mary H., W. J. Franklin, daily to and
On tho Bar Steam tug Astoria, Capt. Wass,
and pilot boat California.
Temple .oc1ge No. 7 A. F. & A. M.
Regular Communications first and third,
Saturdays in each month,- at 7 o'clock
i. m.. at the Hall in Astoria. Members
of the Order in good standing are invited to at
tend. By order of tho W. M.
Reaver Ztodge No. 35, & 0. 0. 5
Meet every Thursday evening.
sat 7 o'clock, in the Odd Fellow's
sgSlStHaU, corner of Cass and Jefferson
'ffim effrtft:. Aotnna AfomtiAK! f tU.
Order are invited to attend. By drdor, N. G,
Congregational Church, Ror A W Tcnny
Pastor. Divine services every Sunday at 10
a Hand 7 r m; Prayer Meeting every Thurs
day evontng, Sunday School meets at 12 m
Grace Church, (Prot Episcopal) Rev. T A
Hyland Rector, Divino services every Sunday
at 10 a m and 7 p m; Sunday School at 1 r m
WiUamet Iron Works
Incorporated Sept 14, 1805.
Cor. North Front and E sts., Portland.
P. FITTBOGEN, I PETER TAYLOR.
IRON AND BRASS FOUNDERS, BOILER MAKERS,
General Machinists, and
MANUFACTURE and HAVE FOR SALE
High and Low Pressure Marine and Sta
tionery Engines and Boilers; Saw Mills, Grist
Mills, Quartz. Mining, and Agricultural Ma
chinery, WATER WHEELS of several pat
terns, equal to any -imported, on hand and
made to order, of any size. REPAIRING of
Machinery and Boilers promptly attended to,
and executed with neatness and dispatch. The
Large and BEST STOCK OF PATTERNS
north of San Francisco. No charge for tho use
of them. Agents for KNOWLES' PATENT
STEAM PUMP, tho best in use. Also, Agent
for tho AMMON1ACAL PREPARATION for
the removal of Boiler scale, DkGroot's Oh
xmkntal Ikox Fknce. a variety of beautiful
(patterns for Cemeteries, etc House Castings,
etc. etc JAJSUvS JUXAI,
nttf ' Superintendent.
H. S. Sinister,
At tho old Stand, Astoria, Oregon.
Main Street - - Astoria, Oregon
WATCHES AND CLOCKS cleaned and re
paired in the best manner, at rooms in
Binder's Restaurant. i s23tf
Ohenamus street, Astoria, Oregon.
wa Manufactures to order tho best quality
of Boots and Shoos Repairing of all kinds "SW
Charles EL 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 AND APOTHECARY,
PHYSICIANS AND FAMILY PRESCRIP
tions filled from tho PUREST DRUGS,
either at day or night A full stock of
WINES AND fjQUORS,
EOR MEDICAL USE,
OILS BRUSHES, ETC.,
3-Orders from the Country solicited, and
carefully and promptly filled.
Jolm "W. Gearhart,
Chenamus street, Astoria.
Wholosalo 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 Salos." Con
signments solicited. tf
FC. CARRISIIAPPYTO INFORM
his old friends and customers, and
all others 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 Fluo, to
a Plow Shear. Main street, Astoria. aulO
C. W. LAMB,
HORSE SHOEING, Blacksmithing, and
t General Jobbing done to order, and satis
faction guaranteed, llorso Shoeing specially
attended to. ocltf
H. B. Parker !
Lnporter and Dealer in
Wines, Liquors, Cigars
PROVISIONS, Etc., Etc.
E3"Holladay's Wharf, Main streot, Astoria.
F. FERRELL, ,
Astoria Steam Saw Mills,
Is now prepared to fill any kind of
Orders for LUMBER,
On short notice. Address,
Astoria Steam Saw Mills,
oc4tf Astoria, Oregon.
Main Street, Astoria Oregon,
(Near Holladay's Wharf.)
GRAY & DONALDSON,
"OESPECTFULLY CALL THE ATTEN
JLt:on of tho public to the fact that tho
above Market will always bo supplied with a
FULL VARIETY BEST QUALITY
FRESH AND CURED MEATS!
Which will be sold at lowest rates, wholesale
and retail. Special attention given to supply
ing ships. octf
H. IsROWN, j Proprietors.
tXS" Manufacture all kinds of Leather "Pa
PETER H. FOX,
Corner of Main and Jefferson streets, Astoria.
CLOTHING OF ALL KINDS CUT AND
made to order. Cleaning and?cpairing.
jj Established 1867. Jf
Hemlock TANNERY !
HOTELS, RESTAURANTS, ETC.
S. N. ARRIGONI Proprietor.
THE BEST FURNISHED, MOST CONYE
nient and in ovory respect popular hotel in
Oregon. Owing to its location it is considered
A Very Delightful Summer .Resort.
BS"Magnificent Suits of Rooms for families.
The table is supplied with tho choicest delica
cies of tho season. Wino and Billiard Room
attached to tho Hotel.
S- N. ARRIGONI,
Occident JECotel Block, Astoria,
"Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
Choice Brand Liquors
The Finest in the Market
CONSTANTLY ON HAND!
Which will be sold in lots to suit purchasers
Hot, Cold, and Shower Baths !
AT OCCIDENT HOTEL,
HAIR DRESSING SALOON.
"WaI. Uhlenhart Proprietor.
VST Special attention paid to LADIES', and
CHILDREN'S HAIR CUTTING
KS5 Private Entrance for Ladies "&t
St. Charles Hotel,
Corner Front and Morrison streets,
R. A. WHITE PROPRIETOR
THE ST. CnARLES IS THE ONLY BRICK
m Hotel in Portland; has been thoroughly re
paired and rofurnished since the firo. and is
now tho most comfortable and cononiont
houso in tho State. altf
Astoria Market !
Chenamus Street Astoria.
HOBSON fc WARREN,
Wholosalo and Retail Dealers in all kinds of
Fresh and Cured Meats!
Butter, JSggs, Cheese,
Mams, Bocon and Lard
Canned Fruits and Vegetables,
Constantly on hand.
iT Ships supplied at lowest rato?.
Bramel's Coffee Stand
Chenamus Street, Astoria, Oregon.
TnE PUBLIC NOW SUPPLIED WITH
a superior quality of
Hot Coffee, Cakes, Oysters,
Cigars, Tobacco, Pipes, Notions, etc.
K5" Give mo call, at tho now Stand, Brown's
Main St., (Holladay's Wharf,) Astoria, Orogon.
CHABLES BINDER, Proprietor.
FRESH BREAD, CAKES, PIES, CRACK
ers and Pilot Bread, always on hand.
Is kept in connection with tho Bakery, whoro
meais can 00 procured at all hours.
tSff" Qystors in overy stylo in tho season.""-
Globe 'Oyster Saloon
(Late Proprietor1! the Glebo Hotel, Astoria,)
IS NOW PREPARED to servo his many
frionds and tho public generally iritk
OYSTERS IN EVERY STYLE !
Also, GOOD ENGLISH ALE AND -PORTER
Call around at tho old Stand, on Main streot,
and give these articles a trial. ' oe4tf
AVINGr ALL THE MACHINERY NEC-
essaryfor first class work, skillful Brewers
and using nono but tho best quality of materi
als, tho Proprietor is prepared to
In any quantity, from a Single Bottl U a
BARREL, AND PUT IT UP in 1 d con
dition for bhipment or Immediate U8t. Fami
lies and keopers of Public Houses promptly
and regularly supplied. M MEYEK, Prop'r
Germania Beer Hall
BOTTLED BEER DEPOT,
Chenamus Street, Astoria
THE PUBLIC ABE INVITED to ali and
leave their orders.
SjJlendid Lager Jive Cents a Glass,
Free Lunch every Night,
oclStf ERNST PAPMAHL, Proprietor.
Corner of Main and Cass streets, Astoria.
HENRY JACOBS Proprietor1.
BREAD, CRACKERS, PILOT BREAD,
Cako3.Groceries and Provisions of all kinds
always on hand. Ship storos furnished.
ViS, Connected with the establishnait iafc;
'Reading Room. Cigars and Lager BtftrctrrtcL
A. B. RICHARDSON.
A. B. Richardson,
AUCTIONEER Corner of Front and Oak sts.,
Portland, Oregon. Auction Sales of Ileal
Estate, Grocones, Genoral Merchandise aRd
Horses. Sales Wednesday and Saturday.
BSTLargo assortment of Groceries, Liquors,
etc., at Private Sale. Liberal advances made
on consignments. A. B. RICHARDSON
Charles S. Wright,
AUCTIONEERor of Main and Chenamus
Streets, Astoria. Goodstecoived on consign
ment and sold to tho highest biddor.
AUCTIONEER Office 40 First 'st., Portland.
r. J. MARTIX. EDW. MARTDf. D. V. B. H ENAIRE.
E. MARTIN & Co.,
And San Francisco, California.
Importers and Dealers in
Brandies, Wines, I Liquors !
Proprietors of the Celebrated
"MILLER'S EXTRA OLD BOUBBOS WHISKEY
Sole Agents for the
J. F.'CUTTER WHISKY,
IIENNESSY AND MARTEL BRANDIES,
In Bulk and Case, (bonded or duty paid),
All Goods Pertaining to tie Trade.
O. S. N. Col's Block, Portland,
oc23tf 408 Front st, Sb Francisco.
No. 1 North-Front Street, Portland.
EALER IN WINES AND LIQUORS AND
Manufacturer of Svrnna. f!nrriiola TKfnr
etc.. etc Solo ni?nnt for ,1rhn AVnllnntl'o Plii'l!
adelphia Browery, San Erancisco. Boer by
the keg or bottlo.
Goods dolivored to any part of tho City.
95 Frent and First Stroot,
B3- WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER
in Stoves, Sheet-iron, Tin-plate, otc. Plumb
ing and Gas fitting cheaper than any other
house in town. ,
George. A. Pease,
Pacific Boot and Shoo Storo,
Is now propared to wait on his customers,
At The Old Stand Again I
S.W. Corner First and Morrison Streets,
CENTRAL MARKET, Stalls No. 27 and 2S
JOHNSON & SPATJLDING,
Dealers in all kinds of FRESH MEATS, and
packers of Beef and Pork. Tho highest prico .
paid for all kinds of fat stock. j2ltf f
THE UNDERSIGNED, HAYING
Secured the services of a
French Clove Maker,
Is now prepared to manufacturo all styles of
Ladies' and Gontloinon's KID, FUR, BUCK
and DOGSKIN GLOVES.
PERFECT FITTING UD LATEST FASHIOHS
Guaranteed. Also, Gloves cleaned, Dyod and
RoDaired. on short notino. C. V,. DirHniK
.,.. iS ---.. --W-j-W-.rf, ,
OREGON BOOT AND SHOE STORE!
B. M. BABR,
J. C. KINOSLKY,
BA11K & KIlTGSXtJEY,
PRINCIPAL RETAILERS OF THE STA
plo brands of Eastern, California and Ore
gon Boots nnd Shoes, No. 1H5 First street cor
ner Yamhill, Portland Oregon.
Bar With our long experience and small ex
pense we are enabled to sell cheaper than any
other houso in the city of Portland. As t&o
proverb goes SI 00 saved is $'Z 00 made: Call
and soo and give us your trado.
BARK A KINGSLEY.
S. Gt. Skidmore,
Druggist and. Apothecary,
Has Removed to his
NEW AND ELEGANT STOBE,
111 First st.t next to L. C. Henrichsen's,
Portland, Oregon. au7
LACKSMITH AND 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 repaired
and sawB turned and straightened. Orders at
tended to promptly. 11. TKha KM ANN,
aulfctf 40 FrpntPt, Portland.
Patronize Jlomc Manufactures,
AINSLEY & DAVIDSON, '
Manufacturers and Dealers in -r
Doors, Sash, Blinds, frames, Shutters, Brackets, ?
And all hinds of Scroll Sawing.
Having the best facilities and tho latest im
proved wood working machinery for tliu manu
facture of the abovo articles, can offer superior .
inducements to customers, and at San irau
eisco prices, at Nieolai Broa' Mill.
AIfo, best quality of Seasoned Cedar Lum
per, Ceiling, Rustic and Mouldings. Wood
Turning in all its branches, Ballusters.Nowejl 7
Posts, Billiard Bolls, Croquet Sftta, etc., at
i. N1COLA1 BUOS,' MILL AND FACTORY,
I Cor Second and'E- S(ret?i PortUn4,
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