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ASTORIA. Dee. 4, 1873
Tide Table for Astoria.
(From tables of United State Coast Survey.)
1 10 2-J 11 m 4 it
... 5 In
... 0 19
.. 7 lii
.. S 01
.. i) 31
. oo oo
.. 0 05
.. 0 59
.. 1 33
,. 2 55
.. 3 nJ
11 W oo oaj 5 0")
0 ir all 4H 3 48.
i 1 OS 0 2H G 80 .
1 1 07P 7 I.",
... 1 .
... 2 42.
... 3 2.J.
... 4 15.
... 4 3'J.
... 5 40.
... 7 03.
fi 2 42 1 rm a no
2 si? s r .
3 111 9 30.
. 3111 10 16 .
-1 -"if 11 03 .
5 .2 0 02 .
3'! 0 15 .
7 311 1 :u .
1-1 S M 8 3! 2 18.
! 9 20 I) 381 3 01
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:
American bark Mariano, from S. F.
Ship David Brown, 905 tons, from S. F.
British bark Arouco, 002 tons, from Peru.
Ship Sagamore, from Rio Janoiro, Sept. 19.
Liland Belle, 313 tons, from South America.
British bark Loyal Sam, from Rio Janeiro.
City of Lima, 313 tons, from South America.
Ship W. II. Meyer, fronVS. F., Xov. 25th.
French bk Nouvean St. Michael, from S. F.
British bark Sidlaw, 499 tons, from South
British ship Ellen Goudy, from Callao. arr
S. Jb., Nov. nth.
British ship Admiral Fitzrop, from Buenos
Ayres, fcept. 18.
American bark Gateshead, Lamb, 377 tons,
from fcouth America.
British bark Loch Dee, Miller, from Hull
18b days out .N ov. 25th.
American brig Jebara, Pettis, from Buenos
Ayres, loading Sopt- 14th,
British bk Mary E. Bay,45S tons, from S.F.,
chartered for Cork, Xov. (ith.
Am.jmip Loretta Fish from Shields via Cal-
iao ui uays out August 12.
British ship Andromeda.o from Molbourn
via San Francisco, August 14th. '
British bark Sylhet, Liverpool, via Victoria,
to J anion k Rhodes arr latter port Xov. 22d.
British ship George A. Holt, Norton, from
V are, via ew Zealand, at Lyttleton, July 8.
Fronch ship Moscow, Martineau, 025 tons
possibly 00 days out Oct 20th, from La Union.
American ship Akbar, Lamson, 90 5 tons.
v0m oil? " for Cork' via rortland-S days out
IX PORT AXD RIVERS.
Stmr Ajax, Bolles, from S. F,
Bark Windward, arrived from S. F., 10th.
Sch Kate L. Horron from Tillamook 20th.
Ship Powhattan, from S. F.,Xov. 12th, arriv
Ship CutwaterJuiowles, from San Francisco,
arrived Xov. 11th. '
British ship Prof. Airy, from South America,
arrived Xov. 12ih.
Barkentiro Free Trade, sailed from S.F..3d.
arrived November 20th.
.?lritish-blNAx1.loa' Ferricr, from Callao, Sept
2uth, arrived Nov, 8th.
Norbk Navigator, Samsonen, COO tons, from
liio Janieio. arrived Nov. 2-jth.
Bktn Melancthon, Patterson, sailed from S.
.,Nov. 11th, arrived here 21st
Haw bark Mattio Macleay, Forbes, 32 days
from Honolulu, arrived .Nov. 21st
British bark Dico, from South America in
ballast, arrived October 2uth.
CLEARANCES AND DEPARTURES.
JJec. 2, Uritih si
000, taken on at Astoria
n 1 : I'M i..l
uui -.,uuiif anuwj 0013 fiour-j.3,000, from
1'ortland. Total value $102,00 J.
Dec 2, Barkentine Webfoot, WhoelwrHut
for ban i-rancisco with full cargo assorted."
Dec. 3 Sch Alice Haa:e, for S. F., with 7,0Jo
census wheat, and 20,ojo feet lumber.
SnOAL WATER BAY SHIPPING.
?ch Three Sixers, with 400 baskets ovster,
bhoalwater bay Co,, arr S. F. 2oth.
Sch Louisa Morrison, left S F., for Shoalwa
ter bay, 27th,
.U'.l t in -. -" -i.-v, a .,.-x tvriiuus
Fancy Poultry I Sale.
HPHE UNDERSIGNED. ABOUT TO RE
L mof-e from Astoria, offers hi stock of fan
cy l oultry lor sale, at tho following reduced
Silver Spangled Hamburg?..
Buff Cochins ,
Duck-Wing (lame ,
.$7 o0 per pair
. o 00 "
. 5 00
. , 00 "
K2-A11 Chickens are warranted to be Pure
blooded. A. .1 . :u 1 .v.V.
FAHSI TOU SALE
rpiIE DONATION LAND CLAIM of ALVA
J. CONDIT, on Clatso.i i lain.
One of the Fmet Situated places ii Clat- j
Censitinj: of Sic ilundred and Fortv Acres,
nearly all under fence, with a nice Orchard,
together with Stock, How--, and other Agri
cultural Implements, including a new V3g0n,
team of Horse, harness, etc., is now offered
lor ale on very favorable terms, For particu
lars, address, ALVA COInDIT,"1
11J J Urn Skipanon, Ciatson Cct Ogn.
i Ail & J TUN EK & REGULATOR.
From the lloube of Matthias Gray,
021 and J2."i Clay street, Sar I'rancpco, Cal.,
and Odd Fellow's Temple, I ortland.
rplTE ONLY TUNER, WITH ONE'EXCEP-
X tion, to whom Mr. (Iray has ever given a J
" rittei Recommendation
c"Mr. Schocn will soon vit" Astoria, and
dors left at tho Astohian Omen will1 b'd
promptly attended to.
liip Eskdale. for Livernnnl.
Itll Wheat :inu flour jic ffillxvc- onwc ...,4..i.
20.000. and iJ.l.vi wm.i iinm. s;t.
REGULAR ASTORIA PACKETS.
Regular weekly steamship in San Francisco
trade, arrives on Tuesday and sails Saturduy,
North Pacific Transportation Company.
Regular semi-monthly steamers, Gussie Tel
fair and California for ports on Pugct Seund,
and Sitka, leave at advertised dates. North
Pacific Transportation Company.
Regular tri-wcekly O. S.N. steamer, arrives
from Portland, Mondays, Wednesdays and
Fridays returning on alternate days.
Steamers Emma Hayward, Capt Babbidgo,
and Dixie Thompson, in the grain trado arrivo
irregularly, semi-weekly from Portland.
Steamer Varuna, to and from Fort Stevens.
Cape Disappointment, and Unity Tuesdays,
Fridays, and Saturdays.
Steamer Mcrrimac, Capt R.IIobson,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
Tomple JLorise 3To. 7 A. F. & A. M.
Regular Communications first and third
fcaturdays in each month, at 7 o'clock'
i. .v., 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, I. O. O. F.
L Meet every Thursday evening,
gat 7 o'clock, in the Odd Fellow's
-i!?s-"DaII, corner of Cass and Jefferson
& j?Za- "- '.. i-ivun, iu iuu
m streets, Astoria. Members of the
Order are invited to attend. By order. . G,
STEAMERS, STAGES AND SLOOPS
U. S. MAIL AND EXPRESS.
From Astoria to Clatsop Beach !
Past HORSES! Good CARRIAGE!
LEAVES ASTORIA EVERY TUESDAY,
Ihursday and Saturday Mornings.
Arrivo Samo Mornings at tho
And SEA SIDE HOUSE.
tt& Distance twenty-four miles, faro Si o0.
Ji. Ji. PAitKJBK. Proprietor.
COLUMBIA RIVER PILOTS!
II. A. SNOW,
P. E. FERCIIEX.
M. M. GILMAN,
C.S. WRIGHT, Agent.
tt3T Okfick Corner of Main and Chcnamus
streets, Astoria, Oregon.
George B. McEwan
TS PREPARED TO CONSTRUCT BOATS
JL of every description, of tho best materials,
on short notice, and guarantees to give satis
faction. ti" Before sending to San Francisco or else
where, give me a call. ol Itf
The Steam Tug Varuna
T-f Will leave Astoria every
;lLkj j TUESDAY a.nm SATURDAY
wivTj- Morning, for
Carrying Mails, Passongcrs and Freight.
ftS, Other days of the week she will be ready
to go anywhere that outness mnvjiistitV. h
prepared to lighter cargoes, freight, hay, cattle
and wood. J . 11. D. GRA 1' Agent, Astoria.
Oregon Steam Navieat'n Co.
THE ABOVE LINE
TTrrr.T, T.T;mw jotatt. r ,...i .. .
T Y three times a week as follows, until fur-
Tuesdays, Thuivda-s and Saturdays,
at 0 o'clock a. m. returning on alternate days.
J. O. AlNS WORTH, President.
ONLY' REGULAR PACKET BETWEEN
ASTORIA AND CLATSOP.
Carrying the $J. S- EV3a!I I
Tho well known sloop
L W POOLE Master
Leave Clatsop every Monday, Wednesday
and iTiday, on arrival of Stage, connecting
at Astoria with the steamer lixie Thuim.smi
returning, leaves Astoria every Tuesday,
Ihursday and Saturday, connecting with the
Coaches for the Jieach. jxtra trius mudu to !
' (MIllTlftl'Tlllfr Ifltll flirt '
accommodate the traveling public.
The fast sailing Sloop
R M LOWE Master
Is now in readiness to Charter for Pleasure
Parties,, L reight or Passengers. HeaiViuartei
Corner jlain andJellerson streets, Astoria.
THS7HOISALS OTSTSH, CO.
' fc) A' & Gross, Agent,
X? PoKTLAXJO, OllEGOX.
rpMX COMPANY IS NOW READY TO
JL deliver from one to one thousand -a.cks of
i'ieiiUy.ter.s, direct from their native element
three times a vcun; wo can funiin all'uds,
In any Quantity, at prices Defying Cv;n-
Customer? can rely upon regular tri-wcoilv
supplier, either i,n aMnshpie pr aturm
?efifcver Fail, and Always Jfctt
. (&n Through. :y r '
O.' W. "VAEPwEN&9C0.. '
..RETURNING Leaves those Houses every
Monday, Wednesday and Friday, connecting
with steamor to Portland each wav.
n2stf'oc2tf Astoria, Oregon.
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
AVINES ANP LIQUORS,
EOR MEDICAL USE, -PATENT
OILS BRUSHES, ETC.,
tt3-Orders from the Country solicited, and
carefully and promptly filled.
John W. Gearhart,
Chcnamus street, Astoria.
Wholosalo and Retail Dealer in
Hay, Grain and Feed !
A GENERAL ASSORTMENT of Groceries,
FLOUR, BaCOX, HAMS,
SHOULDERS, LARD, BUTTER,
CHEESE, EGGS, Etc.
. Motto" Small Profits on Cash Salos." Con
signments solicited. tf
H. B. Parker !
Importer and Dealer in...w
Wines, Liquors, Cigars
PROVISIONS, Etc., Etc.
ftITolladay's Wharf, Main stroet, Astoria.
Main St.,(IIolladay's Wharf,) Astoria, Osogon.
CHARLES HINDER, Proprietor.
FRESH BREAD, CAKES, PIES, CRACK
crs and Pilot Bread, always on hand.
Is kept m connection with tho Bakery, whoro
meals can bo procured at all hours.
ft3"Oystors in ovory .stylo in tho scason."5"
Corner of Main and Cass streots, Astorift.
HENRY JACOBS Pkopkietor.
BREAD CRACKERS, PILOT BREAD.
Cakos.Grocenes and Provisions of all kinds
always on hand. Ship stores furnished.
S Connected with the establishment is a
Reading Room. Cigars and Lager Boor served.
Astoria Market !
ClIEXAMUS STKEET ASTORLA.
HOBSON fc WAEREN,
Wholesalo and Retail Dealers in all kinds of
Fresh and Cured Treats!
Butter, Eggs, Cheese,
Hams, Bacon and Lard!
Canned Fruits and Vegetables,
.- oi ,. , . Constantly on hand.
"- Sjups supplied at lowest rates.
GOOD SAMARITAN COMPOUND.
For Curing Bheumatism,
tfprains. Felons, Boils,
A single bottlo will cure or prevent davs of
the most excruciating pain, and not unfre
queutly save the life of tho suffering patient.
- ' "" v-l.wjJ' jjwch-o.
P C. CARR IS HAPPY TO INFORM
L 1 hi old friends and customers, and
all 'others who wish to patronko him,
that ho has
At the Old Stand,
And is again prepared to do all kinds of Black
smith worn, from making an Anchor .b'Jue, t(
a flow Hi ear. Main street, Astoria. aiilM
"frrnPST' c;nnT?r-n iir..:i.: -.
3-1 .." 1 ,"'lt "'"ttuiiiK. unu
1 jljl iuijui.u uuuumg uone looruer, and satis
faction guaranteed. HOISO ShoeillL' snrw.inllv
attended to. ocJtt'
Hemlock TAMIIEEY !
G.LEINEN WEBER, t
II. J3ttUWN, J Proiwktors.
KB" Manufacture all kinds of Leather n?
Charles H. Bain
Contractor and Builder, Astoria.
Plans, Specifications and Estimates made
toOidjr, on ShoitKoti(!i
Is proinircd to fill orders for any class of
ork, with piomptness. &
Chcnamus street, Astoria Oregon.'
tts. Manufactures to order tho best quality
of Loots and Shoes Repairing of all kinds'lSy
HOTELS, RESTAURANTS, ETC.
S. N. ARR1GONI Phopkietor.
THE BEST FURNISHED, MOST CONVE
nient and in every respectpopular hotel in
Oregon. Owing to its location it is considered
A Very Delightful Summer Resort,
CSTMagnificent Suits of Rooms for families,
lne taole is supplied with tho choicest dolica
cies of tho season. Wine and Billiard Room
attacheu to tho Hotel.
S. N. ARRICONI,
Occident Hotel Block, Astoria,
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
Choice Brand Liquors
The Pinctt in the Market
CONSTANTLY ON HAND!
Which will bo soH in lots to suit purchasers
Hot, Colli, and Siowor Baths !
AT OCCIDENT HOTEL,
HAIR DRESSING SALOON.
1YM. UlILENHART ...PROPRIETOR.
,TPecial attention paid to LADIES and
CHILDREN'S HAIR CUTTING-
ry rnviuo jntrancotor .Laaieslga r
Bramers Coffee Stand
- Chenamiib Street, Astoria, Oregon.
rpiIE PUBLIC NOW SUPPLIED WITH
X a suponor quality of
Hot Coffee, Cakes, Oysters,
Cigars, Tobacco, Pipes, Notions, etc.
Ri?T.Givo mo call, at tho new Stand, BroTra's
C. B. KARLEMAX.
W, H. LABOX.
HOTEL AND KESTAUBANT.
Main Street, Astoria.
Farleman & Lawson, Frovrietors
TTAY1NG LEASED THE ABOVE namtd
Newly Built, Hard-finished, and Newlj
and propose to conchy fcb.osamein a firfc ejoaa
monger. Tho honso wil'be keptopon day and
night No pains will "bo spared tgiinsur th
comfort of guests.
Board per week v 3o QO
" and Lodging per week t5 00
per day i 00
Single Meal 50
iw Particular attention will begivea to
supplying balls, parties, etc., with oystorr, and
suppers, on short notice. 820tf
Alain Street ; Astoria.
FRED COLBERT, Proprietor.
npiIE TRAVELINCr PUBLIC AND PEO
JL plo generally will find the Ulobe in ovo.y
respect worthy of their patrenage:
Board per week v $5 00
and Lodging per week .... ( 00
c- 1 tV" 1 10 day v-v,v 1 W
Single Meal , 50
, IMS-The Public aro respectfully invited to
give tho (Jlobo a call. 'KED COL'REKT,
Globe Oyster Saloon
(Late Proprietor of the Globe Ilotol, AEtoria,)
TS NOW PREPARED t,o servo hi many
X friends and the public generally with
OYSTERS !M EVERY STYLE I
Also, GOOD ENGLISH ALE AND PORTER '
Call si round at tho old Stand, on Atan street,
iiim m luusu utuuiua a. r.i uii.
Germania Beer Hall
BOTTLED BEER DEPOT,
Chena m as Street Astoria,
riUIE PUBLIC ARE INVITED to call and
JL leavo their orders.
Splendid Lager five- Cents a Glass,
Free Lunch every Night .
oclPtf ERNST PAPAIAH!",, Proprietor.
AYLNG- ALL TIlE:ACm"XERYXBO-
a. essary ior mtciasworK.sHlllul llrcw.n
and UfhB none but tho bes-t tjuality of materi
als, tho 1 ropiietoi; is prepared to
Manufacture LAGER BEER !
In any quantity, from a Singlo Lottie te a
BARREL, AM) vU lT bi in rwcd tn-
ilition for shipment or Immediate use. fami
lies and koepeis or l'ubhc
mv.uiun; uou. xauil"
c ileuses proiaptlv
and regularly supplied.
Astoria, Steam Saw
Is now prerared to & any- kind of
Orders far LXTJHBEH
On.sl'.nrl: TioKirn' 'AAlrnca '1 ' s J4:
JTYW T.TNf.r. ;n-.7; . "
uUi vir.b it:
k j n y
ISatfeS! SaE Kaf he
Astoria Steam Saw" Mills, w.l and th.eroforo' hia stock has. been selected e -ciu'
Astoria-.-Oregon; petially for tho Tftfcle. . . auiik ,T
' GENERAL MERCHANDISE.
Cstabllslied in Astoria in 1849.
NEW GOODS. CHEAP GOODS.
A. VAST BTJSE1T,
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
Corner of Main and Chcnamus streets,
TS NOW OFFERING FOR SALE ONE OF
A the largost and most complote assortments
of bcneral Merchandise ever before brought
to tho country, and to buyers
For Cash will offer the Most Flattering Inducements
In th? lino of
HATS, AND CAPS,
HOOTS AND SHOES
LADIES' DRESS GOODS,
A Complete Stock of Every Article,
TOO NUMEROUS TO MENTION.
K3Givo mo a call, and bo convincod that
my goods are of the fcest quality, and as cheap
v- ,v uu6i.-t ui ui nouse m tno istate.
- A. VAN DUSEN.
Headcjnarters ! Headquarters !
I. W. CASE,
Chenaftms Street, Astoria, Oregon,
Wholosalo and Retail Dealer in
Dij Goods, Clothing, Groceries, Provisions, Notions,
Ard General AIerchandise,
HATS AND CAPS,
ROOTS AND SHOES,
BLANKETS, FLANNELS, &c,
Which is being offered
Cneap FOR CASH or PRODUCE !
"fea-AU the New School Rool.-. tbnf nor.
be had, and a great variety of Stationery
just received. jyj tf
Millinery andancy Goods.
WE WISir TO CALL THE ATTENTION
or tho Ladies of Astoria and vicinity to
our norr itock of
Millinery and Fancy Goods !
Which, tfa offer at reasonable prices. Ladies
living at a. distance, favijrintj us with their or
dera, wiil find them prouiptly attended to.
Main strcofc, Astoria, Ocgon s2.
Sam. M. Smith
Cor. First and Ash sts., Portland.
TTS JUST RECEIVED A TULL STOCK
PAINTS AND OILS,
Pa int and Wh itcivash BR USHE8,
LARD, OIL, ALQOHOL, .
Kerosene, Turpentine, Etc,
BS?"Ganuinc Pay Kum.'Bi 021tf
At the old Stand, Astoria, Oregon.
PETE ITU. FOX,
Cernor of Main and Jefferson streets, Astoria.
made to order.
ALL KINDS CUT AND
Cleaning and repairing. '
Main &'trce$ - - Astoria, Oregon
"T7-ATCIJES AND UL.OCKS cleaned and re-
pnred in thy bett manner, at looms in
Liiiderti iefctauiaut. &At
New Tobacco, Cigar and Notion
60 gYont st., Portland, Oregon,
(epposite Co?mopolit.n hotel. j
Formerly connected with asseimah & Co.,
Is now Opening
ONE OF THE LARGEST AND MPVT va
ried assortments of 'iobaccos, Cigars ai d
xankee Motions, over imported into this mar
ket, and taKos pleasure in ottering the Fame to
his old friends, c-'ttomtrs-, and the 'trado 0'e.--'-t-rally,
at prices that defy competition.
WS Eleven years business exporiencT in
Port.and, has .inada luin" fully iamiliar with.
uicwanw ot tnqu-adc.of tho-NorthwestCoa;