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ASTORIA.. . ZIZn 25,"lb73
Hours of Observation 7 a, m. 2 and 9 p. m.
By Louis "Wilson
JJar II Thermometer
TiI Table for Astoria.
(From tables of United States Coast Survey.)
p. m. J
5 5 4 00i..
5 12 5 0S....
48 0 22....
7 4-5 7 3'ijj....
8 12 S 481....
9 31 II 59g....
...10 OS H 31
...11 01 OD CC
... 0 28 0 21
... 1 2"$ 1 3(5
... 2 19 2 51
... :! l'J 1 01
VESSELS OX THE WAY.
Following is a list of vessels on fho way to
this port, so far as wo have been enabled to
obtain a record of the same:
Ship David Brown, 905 tons, from S. F.
British bark Arouco, 002 tons, from Peru.
Ship Sagamore, from Bio Janeiro, Sept. 19.
Island Belle,. "13 tons, from South America.
Ship Powhattan, sailed from S. F.,Xov. 12th.
British bark Loyal Sam, from Bio Janeiro.
City of Lima, 315 tons, from South America.
British bark Sidlaw, 499 tons, from South
British ship Ellen Goudy, from Callao, arr
S. F., Xov. 9tb.
British ship Admiral FiUrop, from Buenos
Ayrcs, Sept. 18.
American bark Gateshead,. Lamb, -S77 tons,
from South America.
British bark Loch Dee, Miller, from Hull
188 days out Xov. 21th.
American brig Jebara, Pettis, from Buenos
Ay res, loading Sopt- 14 th,
Bark Whistler, Simpson, from Bolivia, arr
San Francisco, Xov. loth,
British bk Mary E. ltay,45S tons, from S.F.,
chartered for Cork, Xov. Uth.
Am. ship Loretta Fish from Shields via Cal
lao 154 days out August 12.
British ship Andromeda..o from Melbourn,
via San Francisco, August 14th.
Xorbk Navigator, Samsonsen,f00 tons, from
Bio Janiero il days out OeL 2-Jd.
British bark Sylhet, Liverpool, via Victoria,
to Janion fc Khodes :3 days out August 12.
British ship George A. Holt, Norton, from
"Ware, via Xew Zealand, at Lyttleton, July 8.
French ship Moscow, Martineau, 025 tons
los-ibly 50 days out Oct. 20th, from La Union.
American ship Akbar, Lamson, 90i tons,
from S. F for Cork, via Portland 8 days out
IX POUT AXD 1UVE11S.
Bark "Windward, arrived from S. F., L'Jth.
Sch Kate L. Herron from Tillamook 20th.
eh Alice llaako, S. F., arrived Xov. 11th.
Bark Bival, from S. F., 2i-th, arrived Xov. 12.
Schr. Ivanhoe, from Coos Bay, arrived Xov.
Stmr. Gussic Telfair, from PugetSound ports
.arr Xov, 24th.
Brig Orient, McAllep, from S. F., Oct 27th,
arrived .N ov. 8th.
Ship Cutwater. Knowles, from San Francisco,
arrived Xov. 11th.
Bktno Webfoot, "Wheelwright, from San F.,
arrived Xov. 13th.
British ship Prof.Airy, from South America,
.arrived Xov. 12th.
Barkentiro Freo Trade, sailed from S.F..Cd,
arrived Novcmbor 20th.
British bk Alloa, Ferricr, from Callao, Sept
20th, arrived 2s ov, Mb.
Sch Superior,Sherburne,from San Francisco,
arrived November lth.
Bktn Melancthon, Patterson, sailed from S.
F., Nov. 11th, arrived hero 21st.
Haw barkMattio Macleay, Forbes, 32 days
from Honolulu, arrived Xov. 21st
British bark Disco, from South America in
ballast, arrived October 2uth.
BritHi ship Eskdale, Jenkinson, from Son
Francico. arrived October 2- th.
British baric Santa Kosa,!ih tons.from South
America, arrived inside October 27th.
CLEABAXCES AXD DEPARTURES.
Stmr Ajax, Bolles, from & F., ISth. Sailed
-on return trip, 22d.
Xov. 17th, British oark Vesta, for Cork, with
20.17 centals wheat, valued at $ii,20U. Sailed
Nov. 13, Xorwegian bark Elektra, for Cork,
with 27, mVJ centals wiieut, valued at 335,30.).
Xov. 24th, British ship Fifeshiro.for Queens
town, Ireland, with -5,227 centals wheat, val
ued at 54 j,5 X. hailed 24th.
Nov. 21ti, Norwegian bk Gungner,for Cork,
with 17,7.,3 centals wheat as follews: From
Astoria, 5,-4i centals valued at 311,500, and
12,101 eentalifrom Portland valued .at$24,0M)
total value $-io,-)00. Has not sailed.
REGULAR ASTORIA PACKETS.
Regular weekly steamship in San Francisco
Jtradtj, uirivos on Tuesday and sails Saturday,
North Paciiic Transportation Company.
Rogular somi-monthly steamers, Gusio Tel
fair aud California for ports on i'uget bound,
.and Sitka, loavo at advertised dates. -Xorth
Panne Iransportalion Company.
Regular tri-weekly O. S. N. steamer, arrives
from Portland, Mondays, Wednesdays and
Fridays returning on alternato days.
Steamers Emma Hayward, Capt Babbidge,
iind Dixie Thompson, in the grain trade arrive
irregularly, semi-weekly from Portland.
Steamer varuna, to and from Fort Stevens.
Cape Disappointment, and Unity Tuesdays,
Fridays, and Saturdays.
Steamer Morrimac, Capt R. Hobson,Knapp
ton and various logging camps daily, towing
Oa the Bar Steam tug Astoria, Gapt "Wass,
sod pilot boat California.
,artoop Mary 11., Capt Pools,, daily to and1
' fNwtfkipanon.- ' '-
Astoria Office, Nor, 21.
Following is a correct list of prices ruling in
this market to-day:
Sugars Crushed ? lb 14
San Francisco Gwlden 12
Sandwich Island 12
Coffee Costa Rica 25
Fresh Ground 87
Chocolato v o7
Teas Young Hyson .". 7o
1 lour Standard 3 sack 1 75
Meal H sack 2 00
Crackers lb 10
Fino Salt ? cwt 2 25
Vinegar t gallon 50
Golden Syrup c gullon 00 ,
Hams t1 lb 16("-0
Uacon "t1 lb 1815
Lard B lb 151'
Butter rJ lb 0
Eggsdo.en : -1)
. hcese t lb 0Ci5
Apples Green " bushel 75
Peaches dried x3- lb v 111S
Honey i lb none
Potatoes' lb ic
Onions V lb :c
Bran ? cwt, Si 10; Shorts tfl 75, Wheat, S2 25
Hay per ton S18 00
Oats t lb ;
Oil cake V cwt 2 2o
Hides, dry, lb 12c;'j.l4c
' green "c lb 5 (a, 0c
Deer Skins, "ty H 21c
Elk skins V lb 15c
STEA3IEKSt STAGES AXD SLOOPS
IT. S. MAIL AXD EXPRESS.
From Astoria to Clatsop Beacli !
Past LTOKSES! Good CAKPvIAGE!
LEAVES ASTORIA EVERY TUESDAY,
Thursday and Saturday Mornings.
Arrive Same Mornings at tho
And SEA SIDE HOUSE.
RETURXIXG Leaves those Houses every
Monday, Wednesday and Friday, connecting
with steamer to Poitland each way.
W$" Distance twenty-four inilcs,farc Si 50.
11. ii. PARKER, Proprietor.
COLUMBIA RITER PILOTS!
P. JOIIXSOX, M. M. GILMAX,
P. E. FERCHEX. C. S. WRIGHT, Agent.
83F" Orrin: Corner of Main and Chcnamus
streets, Astoria, Oregon.
GrEORGE B. McEwAN
JS PREPARED TO CONSTRUCT BOATS
X of every description, of the best materials,
on short notice, and guarantees to give satis
faction. ifcyyReforo sending to San Prancisco or olse
where, give me a call. oMtf
The Steam Tug Varuna
Will leave Astoria every
A TUESDAY and SATURDAY
Carrying Mails, Passengers and Freight.
WJSu Other days of the week sho will be ready
to go anywhere that business may justify. Is
prepared to lighter cargoes, freight, hay, cattle
and wood. J. H, U. GRAY Agent, Astoria.
Oregon Steam Navieat'n Co.
THE ABOVE LINE
"TTTILL LEAVE ASTORIA for Portland,
7 1 three times a week as follows, until fur
Tuesdays, Tlmrklaj's and Saturdays,
at 0 o'clock a. m. returning on alternate days.
J. 0. AJX6 WORTH, President.
ONLY REGULAH PACKET BETWEEN
ASTORIA AXD CLATSOP.
Carrying the U 8- WJail!
Tho well known sloop ff-
MARY H &&.
L W POOLE Master
( Leares Clatsop every Monday, Wednesday
and Friday, on arrival oi Stages, connecting
at Astoriat witn the steamer l;ixio TJiompon.
Returning, loaves Astoria uvery Tuesday,
Thursday and Saturday, connecting with tho
Coaches for the Reach. Extra trips made to
accommodate tho traveling public.
Tho fast sailing Sktfm
W. H. TWILIGHT,
R M LOWE - Master
Is iraw in readiness to Charter for Pleasure
Parties, Freight or Passengers.. Head.'iuartor.
Corner Main and J oJiVrson streets, Asioria.
THE WHOIiESAXE OYSTER CO.
JL. 8. GrosSj Agent,
THIS COMPANY IS XOW READY TO
deliver from ono to one ihousan1 sacks of
l'reshUy&ters, direct from their native element
threo times a weok; we can furnish all kinds,
In any Quantity, at prices Defying Com
petition. Customers can rely upon rogular tri-weekly
supplies, either in sunsliine or storm
We never Pail, and Always last the Sea
G. W- WAKKEN & CO;
oc2tf -; u Ai vAstoria, Oregon.'
Dr. S. Kinsey,
DRUGGIST AXD APOTHECARY,
PnYSICIAXS AXD FAMILY PRESCRIP
tions filled from the PUREST DRUGS,
either at day or night. A full stock of
"WINES AXD LIQUORS,
POR MEDICAL USE,
OILS BRUSHES, ETC.,
t& Orders from tho Country solicited, and
carefully and promptly filled.
John W. Gearhart,
Chcnamus street Astoria,
Wholcsalo and Retail Dealer in
Hay, Grain and Feed !
A GENERAL ASSORTMENT of Groceries,
FLOUR, 15ACOX, HAMS,
SHOULDERS, LARD, RUTTER,
CHEESE, EGGS, Etc.
Motto "Small Profits on Cash Sales." Con
signments solicited. tf
IL B. Parker !
Importer and Dealer in
Wines , Liquors, Cigars
PROVISIOXS, Etc., Etc.
ttfiPlTollnday's Wharf, Main street, Astoria.
Main St., (Holladay's Wharf,) Astoria, Oregon.
CHARLES BINDER, Proprietok.
FRESH BREAD, CAKES, PIES, CRACK
ers and Pilot Dread, always on hand.
Is kept in conncctidn with tho Bakery, where
meals can bo procured at all hours.
tfrfl'Oyster.s in every stylo in the soason.fru
Corner of Main and Cass streets, Astoria.
HENRY JACOBS Proprietor.
BREAD, CRACKERS, PILOT DREAD,
Cakes.Grocories and Provisions of all kinds
always on hand. Ship stores furnished.
V&. Connected with tho establishment is a
Reading Room. Cigars and Lager Beer served.
Astoria Market !
Chexamus Street Astoria.
HOBSON ; WARREN,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in all kinds of
Fresh and Cured SVSeatsI
Butter, -Eggs, Cheese,
Hams, Uecoii and Lard!
Canned Fruits and Vegetables,
Constantly on hand.
CS5" Ships supplied at lowe.-t rates.
Main Street, Astoria Oregon,
(Xcar Holladay's Wharf.)
A J. DOXALDSOX would respectfully an
c nouncc to his old patrons and the public
in general that ho has rc-opencd his old stand
as above and will at all times It cop on hand a
PULL VARIETY BEST QUALITY
FRESH AND CURED MEATS!
Which will bo sold at lowest rates, wholesale
and retail. Special attention given to supply
ing ships. ocTtf
C. CATIH IS HAPPY TO INFORM
i his old friends and cutoinors. ami
all others who wish to patronize him,
that ho has
At the Old Stand,
And is again prepared to do all kind of Black
smith work, from making an Anchor EJuo, to
a Plow Shear. Main street, Astoria. an in
G. W. LAMB,
HORSE SHOEING, Blacksmkhing, and
General Jobbing done to order, and satis
faction guaranteed. Horse Shoeing specially
attended to. ojjltf
II . JRO W N Puowuktors.
F.S5" Manufacture ail kiniis of Leather &l
Charles H; Bain,
Contractor and Builder, Astoria.
Plans, Specifications and Estimates made
to Order, on Shoit Notice.
Is prepared to fill orders for any class of
work, with promptness. al 11
Chenamm street, Astoria, Oregon,
3-Manufactures to order tho best -quality
f otB and Shos Repairing ofall kinds r
Jj Established 1867. gff
Hemloek TAMHEEY !
HOTELS, RESTAURANTS, ETC.
S. N. ARRIGONI PRoi-aiETOR.
TnE BEST rURNISHED, MOST CONYE
nient and in overj' respect popular hotel in
Oregon. Owing to its location it is considered
A Very Deliglitf ul Summer Resort.
ttnMagnifieent 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. ARRICONI,
Occident Hotel Mod:, Astoria,
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
Choice Brand Liquors
The Eineht in the Market
CONSTANTLY ON HAND!
Which will bo sold in lots to suit purchaser
atiis; ilffi Kathg
& BATH slS
Hot, Cold, and Shower Baths !
AT OCCIDENT HOTEL,
HAIR DRESSING SALOON.
TOI. TJhlexh art Proprietor.
ir?r Special attention paid to LADIES' and
CHILDREN'S HAIR CUTTlNa
gr Private Entrance for Ladies 'gti
BranieFs GofFee Stand
Chcnamus Street, Astoria, Oregon.
THE PUBLIC NOW SUPPLIED WITH
a superior quality of
Hot Coffee, Cakes, Oysters,
Cigars, Tobacco, Pipes, Notions, etc.
flGive mo call, at tho now Stand, Brown's
C. B. FARLEMAN. W, 11. LA.WSOX.
HOTEL AND RESTAURANT.
Main Stroet, Astoria.
Farleman ct Lawson. Proprietors
TTAV1NU LEASED THE ABOVE named
Newly Built, Hard-finibhcd, and Newly
and proposo to conduct tho same in a firt elasu
manner. The house will he kopt open day and
night. No pains will ho spared to insure the
comfort of guests.
Board per week $ 00
" and Lodging per week U 00
" per day l 00
Singlo Meal 50
Ufdr Particular attention will ho given to
supplying hails, parties, etc., with oysters, and
suppers, on short notice. 8'JOtf
Main Street Astoria.
FRED COLBERT, Proprietor.
THE TRAVELING PUBLIC AND PEO
ple generally will find tho Globe in Toiy
respect worthy of their patrenage:
Board per weok 5 00
v " and Lodging per week 6 00
by tho day .' 1 00
Single Meal GO
nJi- The Public aro respectfully invited to
give tho Globe a call. EKED COLUEKT,
Grlobe Oyster Saloon
(Late Proprietor of tho Globe Hotel, Astoria,)
TS NOW PREPARED to serve his aany
X friends and the public generally with
OYSTERS IN EVERY STYLE !
Also, GOOD ENGLISH ALE AND PORTER
Call around at tho ojd Stand, on Main streot,
and givo those art irtlos a trial. ooitf
G-ermania Beer Hall
Chcnamus Street, Astorta,
THE PUBLIC ABE INVITED to eal a4
leave their orders.
Splendid Lager five Cents a Glast,
Free Lunch every Night
oclFtf ERNST PAPMAHL. Propriw.
AVING ALL THE MACHINERY NIO
ossary for first class work.skilllul Erevan
and m-ing none hut tho best quality of Baak&ri
als, tho Proprietor is propared to
Manufacture LAGER BEES !
In any quantity, from a Single Eoktl to a
RAKREL, AND PUT IT -Ul in geoft m-.
dition for Shipment or Immediate use. J"a Bil
lies and keepers of Public Houses pronptly
and regularly supplied. AI A1EYEK, Jr'r
Astoria Steam Saw
Is now prepared to fill any kind of
Orders for ZUMB25E,
On short tiotiee. Address,
' , r F.FERRELL. .
Aftoria 'Steam Saw.MiUi.
Established in Astoria in 1S49.
NEW GOODS. CHEAP GOODS.
A. VAN DUSEN,
Wholcsalo and Retail Dealor in
Corner of Main and Chcnamus streets,
IS NOW OFFERING FOR SALE ONE OF
tho largest and most complete assortments
of General Merchandise over beforo brought
to tho country, and to buyers
For Cash will offer the Most Flattering Inducements
In the line of
HATS, AND CAPS,
HOOTS AND SHOES
LADIES' DRESS GOODS,
A Complete Stoclt of Every Article,
TOO NUMEROUS TO MENTION.
JGSTGivo mo a call, and bo convinced that
my goods are of the best quality, and as cheap
as can bo bought of any Kouso in tho State.
A. VAN DUSEN.
Headquarters ! Headquarters !
r? a ex
l- WV i J JOL UX1
Chcnamus Street, Astoria, Oregon,
"Wholosao and Retail Dealer in
Dry Goods, Clothing, Groceries, Provisions, Sotions,
Axd Ge:s-eral Merchandise,
HATS AND CAPS,
HOOTS AND SHOES,
BLANKETS, FLANNELS, &c,
Which is being offered
Cheap FOR CASH or PRODUCE !
"SSjuAll the New School Books, that can
be had, and a great variety of Stationery
just received. jyl tf
Millinery and Fancy Goods,
-TJTTE WISH TO CALL the attention
T T of the Ladies of Astoria and vicinity to
our now stock ot
Millinery and Fancy Goods!
Which wo offer at rensonablo prices. Ladies
living at a distance, favoring us with their or
dors, will find them promptly attended to.
H.F1. MORRISON, L.B.SPEDDEN
Main street, Astoria, Oregon. s2-
New Stock of G-oocls!
OF THE BEST STYLES, .
AND THE VERY BEST QUALITY',
AT REASONABLE PRICES.
EVERYTHING ELSE IN
t The Old stand Qf
TAKE NOTICE. This is an oxtensivo stock
of well selected goods, in great variety, which
I am now opening. Old Tatrons, Friends and
the community in general, aro invited to call
and inspect both Goods and Prices.
G. SUYT 3IERS,
l Chcnamus street, Astoria,
H. S. Sinister,
At tho old Stand, Astoria. Oregon,
PETER H. FOX,
Corner of Main and Jcffcrfon streots, Astoiia.
CLOTHING OF ALL KINDS CUT AND
mado to order. Cleaning and repairing.
t Main Street - - Astoria, Oregon
THATCHES AND CLOCKS cleaned and re-
paired in tho bestk manner, at looms in
Binder's Robtaurant. tf. tf
CENTRAL MARKET, Siui,ls,No. 27 and 8.
JOHNSON & SPATJLDING,
Dealers in all kind of FRESILIMEA'ijS.-and
packers of Jbeef and hork. 'Jfee hoest'Dti