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ASTORIA. Dee. 2, 1S73
TiIe Table Tor Astoria.
(From tables of United States Coast Stirvov.)
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Exports for Xovemher.
Eight vessels cleared from Astoria for for
eign ports, during the month of November, as
Nov. 2d. "British ship PI crcho. sailed for Liv
erpool, with 21,728 centals wheat, valued at
Nov. th, Tiriti-h ship City of Pari, McDon
sild, 21,370 centals wheat, valued at $58,7.58, for
(Jucon.stown, Ireland. Of this amount 14,15'
centals were taken on at Astoria, and 15,211
centals at Portland.
Nov. ith, British ship Lord of the Isles, Crni
vio, 21,055 centals wheat, valued at $42,100, for
Livenool. Of this amount 3,800 centals were
taken on at Astoria, and 17.255 centals at Port
land. Nov. 17th, British UarkYcsta, for Cork, with
-.20,187 centals wheat, valued at $24,200. Sailed
Nov. 19, Norwegian bark Elcktra, for Cork,
-with 27,(553 centals wheat, valued at $35,30J.
Nov. 24th, Britih ship Fifeshire,for Qucons
town, Ireland, with 23,227 centals wheat, val
ued at $4J.5J0. Sailed 24th.
Nov. 2fth, Norwegian bk Gungner,for Cork,
with 17,753 centals wheat as follews: From
Astoria, 5,648 centals valued at $11,500, and
12,105 centals from Portland .valued at $24,000
toUil value $35,5(K).
Nov. 27th, British bark Santa TJosa, for
Quoenstown, Ireland, with 18,780 centals wheat
valued at 37,00.
Total for the month $327,884
Previously reported 1,447,5D2
Exports 14 months, 74 vessels .$ 1,775,47b
VESSELS ON THE WAY.
Following is a list of vessels on the way to
this port, so far as wo have been enabled to
obtain a record of the same:
Strar Ajas, Holies, from S. F.
Ship David Brown, 905 tons, from S. F.
British bark Arouco, (502 tons, from Peru.
Ship Sagamore, from Rio Janeiro, Sept 19.
Island Belle, 313 tons, from South America.
British bark Loyal Sam, from Kio Janeiro.
City of Lima, 315 tons, from South America.
Ship W. If. Meyer, from S. F., Nov. 25th.
French bk Nouvean St. Michael, from S. F.
British bark Sidlaw, 499 tons, from South
British ship Ellen Goudy, from Callao. arr
S. F., Nov. 9th.
British ship Admiral Fitziop, from Buenos
Ayres, Sept. 18.
American bark Gateshead, Lamb, 377 tons,
from South America.
British bark Loch Dee, Miller, from Jlull
188 days out Nov. 25th.
American brig Jebara, Pettis, from Buenos
Ayres, loading Sopt-1 1th,
British bk Mary E. Bay, 15S tons, from S.F.,
chartered for Cork, Nov. (th.
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.
British bark Sylhet, Liverpool, via Victoria,
0 J anion Ac Rhodes 93 days out August 12.
British ship George A. Holt, Norton, from
Ware, via New Zealand, atLyttleton, July 8.
French ship Moscow, Martineau, 025 tons
possibly 00 days out Oct. 20th, from La Union.
American ship Akbar, Lam son, 90'j tons,
from S. F for Cork, via Portland S4ays out
IN POUT AND HIVERS.
tBark Windward, arrived from S- F., 10th,
Sch Kate L. llerron from Tillamook 20th.
Sch Alice Haake, S. F., arrived Nov. 11th.
Ship Powliattan, from S. F.,Nov. 12th, arriv
Ship Cutwater.Knowlcs, from San Francisco,
arrived Nov. 11th.
Bktno Webfoot, Wheelwright, from San F.,
arrived Nov. 13th.
British ship Prof.Airy, from South America,
arrived Nov. 12th.
Barkentirc Free Trade, sailed from S.F..3d,
arrived November 20th.
British bk Alloa, Ferrier, from Callao, Sept
20th, arrived Nov, 8th.
Nor bk Navigator, Samsonseji, GOO tuns from
llio Janiero. arrived Nov. 2ith.
Bktn Mehincthon, Patterson, sailed from S.
F.f Nov. 11th, arrived hero 21st
Haw barkMattio M a cleay Forbes, 32 davs
from Honolulu, arrived Nov. 21st
British bark Disco, from South America in
iailast, arrived October 2ith.
British ship Eskdalo. JcnkinsoR, Xcojui San
Francisco, arrived October 2utb.
CLEARANCES AND DEPAltT.URE.
Strnr Oriflanimc, for'S. F., Nov. 29,th.
Niiw.ch. EttieMay, Stephens, left on her
first voyage Nov. 2h, lauded with wheat for
San Jbrancisco. Sailed 2.ith.
.rpHE PARTNERSHIP -heretofore exxt4ng
X between the undersigned under the tirm
namo of Hapgood, Hume & Co., doing busi
ness lit Eagle Ciu Wahkiacum county, V. X.,
is this day "dissolved, by mutual consent
A. &. liAl'GUOD,
Eagle Cliff, Qcto-ber 1st, 1873,
.dor.tho nm naino.of llAl'GuOD ttCO., where
;ie wjlII carry on the business f packing fresh
Iresorved salmon in tins.
A. $. IIAP.G.00D.
Eagle Qift; October 1st, 1873.
i'oj't-oUico. address: Eajjlo Cliff, Wahkiacum
couutyj Washington Territory, ,.nl8vt
rpHE VXPERSIGNEI), ilato .of pgoojl,
JL flume ,& (.). has .ostabLishcd M'mself at
W ATEitt'ORD. Wahkiacum c6unYv.vVT..un-
REGULAR ASTORIA PACKETS.
Regular weekly steamship in San Francisco
trade, arrives on Tuesday and sails Saturday,
North PaciGc Transportation Company.
Regular semi-monthly steamers, Omssio Tel
fair and California for ports on Puget Sound,
and Sitka, leave at advertised dates. North
Pajific Translocation Company.
Regular tri-weekly O. S.N. steamer, arrive?
from Portland, Mondays, Wednesdays and
Fridays returning on alternate days.
Steamers Emma Hayward, Capt Babbidgo,
and 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, a"nd Saturdays.
Steamer Merrimac, Capt R. Ilobson, Knapp
ton and various logging camps daily, towing
On the Bar Steam tug Astoria, Capt Wass,
and pilot boat California.
Sloop Mary 11., Capt Poole, daily to and
Temple I.ode Xo. 7 A. F. fc A." M.
Regular Communications first and third
Saturdays m each month, at7 o'clock
i. m., at the Hall in Astoria. Members'
of the Order in good standing are invited to at
tend. By ordei of the W. M.
Beaver Lodge No 35, LO. O.F.
iyv. Moot ovorv Thursday evenmcr.
l-U L ..! 1. ; xl. .1.1 l'll ,..
jui. 1 wciuch, in uiuuuu ruiiow
"Hall, corner of Cass and Jefferson
streets, Astoria. Members of tho
Order are invited to attend. By order, N. U,
STEAIERS, STAGES AND SLOOPS
U. S. MAIL AND EXPRESS.
From Astoria to Clatsop Bead !
East HORSES! Good CARRIAGE!
LEAVES ASTORIA EVERY TUESDAY,
Thursday and Saturday Mornings.
Arrive Same Mornings at tho
And SEA SIDE HOUSE:
RETURNING Leaves those Houses every
Monday, Wednesday and Friday, connecting
with stcamor to Portland each way.
ivsr Distance twenty-four miles, faro 81 ."iO.
H. B. PARKEK. Proprietor.
CBUilBU RIVER PILOTS!
H. A SNOW,
P. E. FERCHEN.
C.S. WRIGHT, Agent.
35' Office Corner of Main and Chenanius
streets, Astoria, Oregon.
GrEORGE B. McEwAN,
TS PREPARED TO CONSTRUCT BOATS
JL of every description, of tho best materials,
on short notice, and guarantees to give satis
faction. Art)' Before sending: to SaiuFrancisco or else
where, give me a call. ol4tf
The Steam Tug Varuna
rr Will leave Astoria every
lLW TUESDAY and SATURDAY
" jCxVPE DISAPPOINTMENT,
Carrying Mails, Passengers and Freight.
2 Other days of tho week she will bo ready
to go anywhere that business may justify. Js
prepared to lighter cargoes, freight, hay, cattle
and wood. J. H. D. GRA V Agent, Astoria.
Oregon Steam Navigat'n Co.
IN THE ABOVE LINE
WILL LEAVE ASTORIA for Portland,
throe times, weekxs follows, until fur
Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays,
at U o'clock su m.--r6turningon alternato days.
J. 0. AiNS WORTH, President.
ONLY REGULAR PACKET BETWEEN
ASTORIA AND CLATSOP.
Carrying the 4J. S. Mail !
The well known sloop
L W POOLE . .- ....Master
Leaves Glstsp every Monday, Wednesday
and Friday, on arrival ai Stages, connecting
at Ahtorja 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 the traveling public
The Ust sailing Sloop
11 M L0WE.wv.... . Master
2s now n rqadinoss to Charter for Pleasure
Parties, h rejght.ux Peseogers. Headquarterj
Corner M;iin ;y'.ieifer6un streets, Aetoria.
THEWHOLESAILE OYSTER CO.
f) -A & Grass, Agent,
5-lgjF Portland , Oregon.
rpiUS COMPANY IS NOW READY TO
4- deliver from one to mo thousand sacks of
1-resh Uy4tcrs,diroct from(their native element
three times a yeok; we'caii funish ail kinds,
I jCn any .uo.fe .at prices Defying Com-
Gustoiors tcan foly upon regular trirwcokU
suppHcs, either in sunshiny or korni
We never jFail, an 4vayi iuatieea.-byn-hinYgh.
9. AV "y4i?KN & CO,,
oc2tf , 4 , . A tyrin, OK5B9jti.
Dr. S. Kinsey,
fc DRUGGIST AND APOTHECARY,
' Astoria, Oregon.
HYSICTANS AND FAMILY PRESCRIP
tions filled from tho PUREST DRUGS.
either at day or night A full stock of
"WINES AND LIQUORS,
EOR MEDICAL USE,
OILS BRUSHES, ETC.,
wo-Orders from tho Country solicited, and
carefully and promptly filled.
COMMISSION ME E CHANT,
Chcnamus 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 Sales." Con
signments solicited. tf
H. B. Parker !
Importer and Dealer in
Wines, Liquors, Cigars
u PROVISIONS, Etc., Etc.
KST Jlolladay's Wharf, Mnin street, Astoria.
Main St., (Holladay's Wharf,) Astoria, Oregon.
CHARLES BINDER, Proprietor.
FRESH BREAD, CAKES, PIES, CRACK
ers and Pilot Bread, always on hand.
Is kopt in connection with tho Bakery, whore
meals can bo procured at all hours.
torT Oysters in overy stylo in tho season."!
Corner of Main and Cass strocts, Astoria.
HENRY" JACOBS Proprietor.
READ, CRACKERS, PILOT BREAD.
Cakes.Groceries and Provisions of all kinds
always on hand. Ship stores furnished.
W3U Connected with tho establishment is a
Reading Room. Cigars and LagorBoorsorvcd.
Astoria Market !
Ciiexamus Street Astoria.
HOBSON & WARREN,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in all kinds of
Fresh and Cured Meats!
Butter, JEgys, Cheese,
Hams, Baton and Loir el!
Canned Fruits and Vegetables,
Constantly on hand.
&fi Ships supplied at lowest rates.
GOOD SAMARITAN COMPOUND.
For Curing Rheumatism,
Sprains, Felons, Boils,
A single bottle will euro or prevent days of
tho most excrrisiating pain, and not infre
quently save tl e life of the suffering patient.
Frice $1.00 per Bottle.
J. WELCH, ASTORIA, Orkaon
C. CX71R IS HAPPY TO INFORM
his old friends and customers, and
all others who wish to patronuc him,
that ho has
At the Old Stand,
And is again prepared to do all kinds of Black
smith work, from making an Anchor Flue, to
a Plow Shear. Main street, Astoria. auH
G. W. LAMS,
HORSE SHOEING, Blacksmithing, and
General Jobbing done to order, and satis
faction guaranteed. Horse Shoeing specially
attended to. ocltf
Hemlock TAK1EBY !
11. J'jROWN, j Proiuitktors.
ft" Manufacture all kinds of Leather i
Charles H. Bain,
Contractor and Builder, Astoria.
Plans, Specifications and Estimates made
to Order, on Short Notice.
Is prepared to fill-orders for any class of
work, with promptness. " altt
CJicnamus street, AstoLUj 0)eggi:
' lasL Manufactures 'to.'ordcr ho best quality
'iof Boots and Shoe Koi'SurJbf ?$ kjndsV&ji
S. N. ARRIGONI Propuietor.
TnE BEST FURNISHED,MOST CONVE
nicnt and in every respect popular hotel in
Oregon. Owing to its .location it is considered
A Very Deligh.t al Summer Resort.
RSTMagnificont Suits of Rooms for families.
The tablo is supplied with tho choicest dolica
cies of tho season. Wine and Billiard Room
attached to tho Hotol.
S. N. ARRIGONI,
Occident Hotel JBlodk, Astoria,
'Wholesale and Retail Dealer ia
Choice Brand Liquors
The Einest in the Market
CONSTANTLY ON HAND!
Which will be sold in lots to suit purchasers
Hot, Gold, and Shower Baths !
AT OCCIDENT HOTEL,
HAIR DRESSING SALOON.
"YM. Uhlexhart Proprietor.
83T Special attention paid to LADIESrand
CHILDREN'S HA1K CUTTING
ff?" Private Entrance for Ladies "re
Eramel's Coffee Stand
Chenamus Street, Astoria, Oregon.
THE PUBLIC NOW SUPPLIED WITH
a suporior quality of
Hot Coffee; Cakes, Oysters,
Cigars, Tcfb&cco, Pipes, Notions, etc.
CSTGivo mo call, at tho new Stand, Brown's
C. B. FARI.EMAN.
W, H. LAWSON.
Parker House, -
HOTEL A'ND RESTAURANT.
Main Streot, Astoria.
Farleman & Lawson, Frqprietors
TTA VINGr LEASED THE ABOVE named
Newly Built, Hard-finished, and No;vly.
and propose to conduct tho same in a fir-'t class
manner. The house 1 will bo kopt open day and
night. No pains will be spared to insure the
comfort of guests.
Board per woek So 00
" and Lodging per week (J 00
14 por day :. 1 00
Single Aleal 50
y Particular attention will bo givon to
supplying balls, parties, etc., with oysters, and
suppers, on short notice. s2utf
Alain Street ; Astoria,
FRED COLBERT, Proprietor.
THE TRAVELING PUBLIC AND PEO
plo generally will find tho Globe in ovey
respect worthy of their patrenage:
Board por weok So 00
" and Lodging per week 0 00
by tho day 1 00
- Single Meal 50
tt-,3- Tho Public aro respectfully invited to
give tho Globe a call. JbllED COLBEKT,
nlotf ' Proprietor,
Grlobe Oyster Saloon
(Late Proprietor of the Globe Hotel, Astoria,)
IS NOW PREPARED to aorvo his many
friends and the public generally with
OYSTERS IN EVERY STYLE I
Also, GOOD ENGLISH ALE AND PORTER
Call around at the old Stand, on Main street,
and give those articles a trial. ocltf
Germania Beer Hall.
BOTTLED BEER DEPOT,
Chenamus Street, Astoria,
THE PUBLIC ARE INVITED to call and
lcavo their orders.
Splendid Lager five Cents a Glass,
Free Lunch every Night.-
oclStf ERNST PAPM AH L, Proprietor.
AVING ALL THE MACHINERY NEC
, es?ary for lin-t class work.skilllul Brewers
and using none but the best quality of materi
als, the Proprietor is prepared to
Manufacture IMAGER BEER !
In any quantity, from a Single Bottle to a
BARREL, AND PUT IT UP in guod con
dition for Shipment pr Immediate use. .Fami
lies and keopojrs of Public Houses promptly
and regularly supplied. M MEYER , Prop'r
Astoria Steam Saw Mjllg,
Is jrow prepared to fill any kind of
Orders fqy X,JJMBEJ$2 .
Ons-!iori notice A,dd!,
a - ' F.'FERRELL,: . 'pj
ocltf As Ion a, Otejpn.
Established in Astoria in 1849.
NEW GOODS. CHEAP GOODS.
A. VAN D.USEN7
Wholesale and Botail Dealer in
Corner of Main and Chonamus streets,
IS NOW OFFERING FOR SALE ONE OF
of General Merchandise ever before brought
to tho country, and to buyers
For Cash will offer the Most Flattering Inducements
In tho line of
HATS, AND CAPS,
ROOTS AND SHOES
LADIES' DRESS GOODS,
A Complete Stock of Every Article,
TOO NUMEROUS TO MENTION.
KSTGivo mo a call, and be convinced that
:my goods are of tho best quality, and. as cheap
"as can bo bought of any houso in the State.
:: A. VAN DUSEN.
Headquarters ! Headquarters I
a iv 1 v AJk j
Chenamus Street, Abtoria, Oregon,
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
Dfj Goods, Clothing, Groceries, Provisions, Notions,
Akd General Merchandise,
HATS AND CAPS,
BOOTS AND SHOES,
BLANEJETS, FLANNELS, &c,
"Which is being offerod
C3ip FOB CASH or PBOBX7CE !
SgAU the New School Books, that can
be had, and a great variety of Stationery
just received. jyl tf
Millinery and Fancy Goods,
E WISn'TO CALL TnE ATTENTION
of the Ladles of Asioria and vieinitv to
our new stock ot
Millinery and Fancy Goods!
"Which wo offor at reasonable prices. Ladiqs
living at a distance, favoring us with their or
ders, will find thorn promptly attended to.
H.M. MORRISON, L.B.SPEDDEN
Main streot, Astoria, Oregon. s$
. Sam. M. Smith
Cor. First and Ash sts., Portland.
TTAS JUST RECEIVED A PULL STOCK
PAINTS AND OILS,
Faint and Whitewash BRUSHES,
LARD, OIL, ALCOHOL,
Kerosene, turpentine, Etc.
SSrGonuino Hay Rum.lFU o21tf
EL S. Sinister,
At tho old Stand, Astoria, Oregop,
PETER H. FOX,
Corner of Main and Jefferson streets, Astoria.
CLOTHING OF ATI, KINDS CUT AND
mado to order, t'lpnn jng and repujrng.'
Main Street - - jstoria, Oregon
PRACTICAL jp-JVELER, ''
TXTATCHES AND CLUCKS cleaned npd re-
j 1 paired in the best nianner, at ruisfjurin
liindorViiefttaurantl ' si'.tf
few 'ffthacco, Cigar aHl Notion,
59 Front 3t., Portland, Oregon
lUpposJJo Cosmopolitan Hotel.)
Formerly connected wth "Wsserman & Co.,
.-...!--.. VV.ti.dli'- .li'.i. iim
kot. and takes pleasure iiiofferin'fr the same to
his Olil friends, customers, apii the trade gen
erally. At prices that dory competition.
S Eleven yearn business experience in
Portland, has made hjm fully faiHiliarwith
the waiit ttf the ifkde of the Northwest Coii,
and therefore hbtuckhas been selected esr,
iikwlljr fvx the uad.. '.ttai.tr
NE OFTIIf: LARGEST AND MOST, va
ried assortments of Tobaccos, Citrars and
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