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About The Daily Astorian. (Astoria, Or.) 1876-1883 | View Entire Issue (May 3, 1876)
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Temple Lodge, No. 7, A. F. A. M.
"Regular Communications first and 8
third Saturdays in each month, at T.:jU jf
o'clock. i. m., at the Hall in -Astoria.. V
Members of the Order, in Reed standing, are
envitod to attend. By ordci of the W. Al.
Beaver Lodge, No. 35, L O. O. F.
Meet every Thursdav evening. $$,,
at 8 o'clock, in the Odd Fellow'sg?
Hall, cor. of Cass and Chenanius Tr-
streets, Astoria. Members of the '
Order are invited to attend. By order, A. G,
Astoria Lodge No. 40, LatJ.T.
"Regular Meeting every Saturday Evening
at8 o'clock, at 2ood Templar's Hall, Chcnn
inus Street, Astoria, over C L. Parker's
Store. Members of the Order, in goodstand
ing, are invited to attend. Degree meeting 1st
Monday each month. By -order V. C. I.
Youngs River Grange, P. of H.
Meets on the fex: rth Sat
urday of each month at
11 o'clock a. m. l'atrons
in good standing arc invited to attend.
By order of V. M.
Regular meeting first Monday evening in
oach month, at " o'clock
iu? Person dc-irig to have matters acted
upon by the Council, at any regular meeting,
must present the same to the Recorder, or
M:ivnr on or hnforn tli Friil.iv p.nninr nrior
to the Monday on which the Council holds its
T. W. CASE, Mayor.
F. J. Taylor, Recorder,
C. R. F. 3. A. Society Notice.
JJcalcy Jecrctary. A?tona, ureiron. A cor-
-dial invitation is hereby tendered to all to
-avail themselves of th privilege.
By order of the President.
THOMAS DEALEY. Secretary.
FINANCE AMD TRADE.
Gold in New York, 1 Ylao.
Legal Tenders in Astoria buying SS; sell
ing fc i.
Trade Dollar0. 112 buying; !3Tfll celling;
half dollar, ""'J buying; W-iiny selling.
Coin exchange on San Francisco y. per cent,
Currency exchange on San Francisco per
Coin exchange on New York percent, pre
mium. Telegraphic transfers on Now York 1 per
Currency exchange on New York Y percent,
Gold Lars ?0" par.
San Fr;tiioisco 3Iaricets.
Fl ou r. JH xtra , $" "jO'; 00.
Wheat Shippers will give Si 70 for choice
ots alongside vessels; millers are paying
Barley Light brewing, Si 20; choice, S137JX
feed, Si 2'Xjyi 2 .; Bright Chevalier, SI 40 Uo.
Kye-Sl 7o. Oats S2 Wo'2 50.
Potatoes Best l'etaluma, Tomales and
Humboldt, SI HI" 1!)0.
Hay ?!"( 1 for common to choice.
Liverpool wheat market to-day '-soiis lOd
Yor average California; 0s 10d" ls -"3d for club.
Flour,Oregon City, XXX, ff bbl
" "Willamette superior, ' -
Middlings, "; ton
Corn Meal, "-' cental
Ground Barley, V ton 4000&12 00
Jiran 3c Shorts, " 27 00g-10 00
Onion?, "fl Bushel
Dutter, eastern, in tubs, '.
Choice roil "
Cured Meats, Rams. "
Corned Beef "
Corned Pork, '
1.nnl in fina on.l .o.l-linc 171
"KVosi'tH rtn7on " o,v,o.i
"Chickens. ".."". - 4 00iw 00
Hides. Brv.i 10
Tallow, " 7(fiS
10 OOIS 00
2 oO(" "0
Corn Beef, f hhl
fchecp, Ti head
Apples, green, V box
Dry " lt
Peaches, ' "
Ooffee, green '
prepared, Java, T' 11
Moco, ? U -
Sugar, crushed, " lt
" powered, t lb
44 Island, t'H.
Syrup, extra goldon, t gallon
" 3 keg
Tea, loungllyson,"H it
4 Japan, in papers, lh
44 " in laciucrcd boxes "H H
Candles, r1 lt ;
Oils, Bevoc's "r1 eae
Lead, Atlantic, white lb
Rice, tl lb
Salt, Liverpool, lb cental
44 lslind. t1 cental
Spice, whole j lb
.Pcner, 4 ' lb
.. 3 30g:3 7.5
.. 150&2 00
..90,1 00,1 2
.. l.")0&2 2.")
.. 751 00
.. 2o0(('2 7o
..G 00010 0!)
.. 1 OOifl 50
. 501' 75
Boap, Astoria, "r box
41 - 4 fancy, "ft box
Tobacco, t lb
Matches, t gross
Nails, rx b...
Lumber, rough, V M
ihrished, ' M
Shingles, ri M
Blankets, r3 pair
Sheeting, per yard
Water proof, 4
Ticking, " "
Flannels, all wool t1 yard...
Cotton Flannel, rl yard
Denims. " 44
Standard prints" " .........
For fine and Artistic Photograph?, go to
Buchtel JcStolte, 111 Dd! First street, Fort
' Wxl, lkcMF arst &&, titllory in Ur eguo,
Any Oshermanon the Coium- &vm I ---i J J?1 W H IT
Via Hiver, wi-hing to join the 33 i fFrom tables of Tniled States Coast Survey.) 2 t S?T $"f fe' 1 r O Z i
1'ishermans Association ea aj- "' ,,-ri, i-.ltl.;J 1 nw Tit.r ."5: rt'i?! ld,b','i' H lb V 0 H
ply in person or by letter to the following' High Water., Low Water. - s.- ri Stl- 3 T pj S fl
officers of the Association. J. B. Xicc, Prcs- ; May. v. m. r. ji. 1 a. y. r. m. c-j's $ f & ' W J (fl W
ident, W'atcrloid : li 1'. heppard Manhat- l (i a, YVZ7)1 1 3S g &-Wr' 5f- E " S 7ft "3
ten l'ishery. Lolgc Deputy; and Ihomas . t im! i xi ... 5 :Vi -tc fe-'XT ? "aJW' ' r i. s. tft '"
Shipping Port of Astoria.
CLEARAXCES AXD DEPART GRES.
California, str GT-t tons, Hayes, for Sitka, May 3.
ARRIVALS FROM SEA.
J JaneA.Falkinburg, bkt., SOO tons, Hubbard, fm
, Kate L. Herron, sch 26 tons, Thompson, fm Tilla-
mookf .135 '.
Oriflamme. ss 10S2 tons Bolles, fmS F May 2.
Webfoot,Bkt.2 tons.Wheelwright.fm S.F-Apr24
"Wave Quepn. lr bk, 853 tons, Anderson, fm Xevr-
castle.N" S "W., April 17.
Tarn O'Sbanter, Bkt., 610 tons, Patterson, fin S. F.
River Lune, Br sh., 1135 tons, "Williams, fm S. F.,
Hazard, brig, 3SG tons "Walker fm S. F. April 11
Caller Ou, Br. bk.,674 tons, Kea, fm Isl.Java.Apr 9.
W. II. Tborndike, bk.,9 days fm Alaska,March22.
Modoc, bkt fm San Francisco, May 1.
Orient, brig, 312 tons, Swan, fm S F
Portland, bkt, 4(4 tons, Gage, fm S. F.
Orcgonian, sch 274 Ions, Pennell, fm SF.
Melanctlion, bkt'iflS tons, Manson, fm S F
Asaye, 12S1 tons, Ritchie, f:n 'Cardiff, via Itio.
Canoma, 520 ts, Rosier, fm Glasgow via Honolulu.
Centaur. Gt bk 463 tons Olfarson. fm Hongkong,
after March 1st.
Clita, Br bkt.. 519 tons, "White, fm Honolulu.
Duart Bay, ship. MG tons, f m Europe, via Austral
ia and Shangai.
Enid, Br bk.,4' tons.Renouf fm Port Chainlet's.
Forward.Br bk.,744 tons, Strachan, fm Hongkong.
Garibaldi, bk, (-70 tons, Xoyes. from Hongkong.
Hero of the Nile, Br bk 335 tons. Dyke, tm Mel
bourne, Feb 21.
Otto. Br bk 4G5 tons, Carter, fm Liverpool Oct 14
Robert Bright. Br. bk. 309 tons Hennings from
Shields March 13.
I Sierra Nevada, b s, 1230 tons. Koerner, fm Iquique.
j Sam G. Reed, sh, Kofi tons, White, from Hongkong.
TrevelyaH, Br bk 1042 tons Edwards, fin Newcastle
Woodhide. Brbk. 700 tons Montgomery, !5 days fm
Table bay. April 1.
Tide TaJ2c tor Astoria.
..i0 -I. 11 Ml ") 01 ."" 10
..11 :." 11 IS! li 00 .. n 41
.. o -. -12 !' ', .tf I) 2
0 2d 0 0." 7 2S t) .)2
0 -IS 1 :2 S 12 7
1 21 o JVil S ol 7
The height is reckoned from the level of av
erage lo;vet water, to which the soundings arc
crivon on the Coast Survey charts. When the
time in the a. m. column is followed by pit is !
' afternoon, and when in the p. in. column'byA
j it is forenoon.
TIAYACO STEA3I XAYIGATIOX
UNTIL FUKTHER NOTICE
WILL BE IN READINESS TO DO
all kinds of towing at reasonable
rates. Either the Canbyor Varuna will
make trips every
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY,
FOR IL"WACO (Unity),
p CALLING AT WAYPORTS,-
And return the same dny. Leaving at
tl'io u-ual hour, S o'clock, A. 31.
rt37" 'J he reputation of theso steamers guar
aetccs safe and speedy transit to any point
1X27" yor charter, freight, passage, or tow
age, apply on board, or at the ollico of the
Company in Case's Ruilding, Astoria, or to
J. 11. D. UK AY, Agent.
By order of L. -V. LOOMIS, President.
I Unity ail Oysterville Stages !
lioonus A Viwrntlw.vs - - lroixietors
OTAflES TN 'HIV. AP.OVR T.TT.
r ", "-'
will loavi TTni'.v Tiiftsrhivs niwl Snhir-
' days on the anival of tho
CTCiM MXU rnMOiMVC CTCXMirD
0,Ltt'" nrt" wmmniiioiLHiHLil vr7 " - r
From Astoria, and will leave Oystcrvillo Mon
days and Fridays, connecting with tho Jlwaco
Steam Navigation Company's steamer for
? Passengers Ticketed through; also, thro'
bills of ladimr given fur freight.
To Masters and Shippers.
XN T'no "Warehouse of tho
"v -r -
ASTORIA FARMERS' COMPANY
Is prepared to receive Grain on Storage at
the fullowiug rates: 25 cents per ton for the
lirst month, and 25 cents per ton per month
after the first month, or fraction of a month.
FOR "WHARFAGE RATES,
APPLY AT TIIE OFFICE OF TIIE
COMPANY, AT ASTORIA.
tt-s5" Superior accommodations for discharg
ing ballast, at reasonable rates.
S. J. ADA1 d. Secretary.
TO THE PUBLIC.
HAVINCr REFITTED AND REPAIRED
the fast sailing
Sloon "ELIZA" 5&,
For tho season of lS7o, the undersigned is now
in the field for business, under "charters for
any point on the Lower Columbia.
i5v. Punctuality is my motto. For charter.
Freight, or passage, apjdy to
C. W. HAMBLIN, Master. .
pOLI3IBIA RIVER PILOTS.
Office at the
OCCIDENT HOTEL, i
H. A. SNOW.
P. E. FERCHtetf,
a S. WRIGHT, Agent.
A. VAST D USEN'S MERCHANDISE.
The Old Corner.
A. VAN DUSEN,
"Wholesale and lletail Dealer in
Corner Main and Chenanius Streets,
PRICE THIS STOCK,
&3-F0R IT CANNOT BE BEAT
Si h & h i? h &, h ;s b, h bt ? h &
Prices, including GauKe and Handles, six feet,
nine Dollars ; i'.. feet y.T5: ffeet, 10 50.
Orders promptly filled by
A. VAX DLfSEX, Sole Agent,
for Astoria, Oregon.
J. ST. ARMSTRONG,
Having huilt a new huilding. specially adap
ted to the business, next door to Dr. Kin
scy's on the Koadway, is now pre
pared to take
First Class Pictures,
At rcasonablo prices. Call and cecuro a
shadow ere the substance fades.
D. K. Warrex. C A. McGuirk.
Astoria Market !
Corner of Chenamus and Cass streets,
"WARREN & McGTJIRE, Proprietors,
(Succcitturs to Hobi'ja A: Warren,)
AVholcsalo and Retail Dealers in all kinds ol
Fresh and Cured ffteats!
A full line of Pamilv Groceries,
CANNED FRUIT, VKGETARLES, ETC.
W Uuttcr, Eggs, Cheese, etc. constantly
Kr Ships supplied at the lowest rates.
Main Street, Astoria Oregon,
RESPECTFULLY CALLS THE ATTEN
t;on of tho public to the fact that the
abovo Market will always he supplied with a
FULL VARIETY BEST QUALITY
FRESH AND CURED MEATS!
"Which will he sold at lowest rates, wholesale
nnd retail. Special attention given to supply
German Sausage Factory
New Building Parker House Rlock.
Alain Street, Astoria.
J. S. MAYER, - - Proprietor.
TN ADDITION TO TIIE MANUFACTURE
JL ol all sorts cf the Cleanost and Rest made
bausago from the best quality of Pork and
beef, at the above stand, in quantities suffi
cient tosuppply tho trade has just opened a
new stock of
PRESERVES axd CANNED ERUPT,
And a good quality of Cigars and Tobacco.
ESTFresh Butter. Cheese, Eggs, Hams, Ba
con and shoulders, always on hand.
flSTFresh Reef, Pork, Mutton, nnd Vegeta
ble supplied to order. Call and give ine a
AGENCY FOR THE SALE OF
tho Domestic Sewing 3i:vchcne, nt I.
S-""- jSmiu knJ '
IPs IH M
siv Sfl-:.-; ou? ij-'.j'
- ! .''"ri-ASS'.P sP tfi M r I
3 3 ri-XO' . K "" ", '-LJ."i
,- 5ftfi:iu IP 5 i s.
iTw 5BS a
I. W. CASE MERCHANDISE.
I W. CASE'S
Cor. t'henamtzs and Cass Streets,
A SPLEKDID STOCK OF
Dry Goods, Hardware,
NAILS AND ROPE!
Boots and Shoes,
Hats and Caps,
Paints, Oils Window
AND A FULL SUPPLY OF
DOORS & WINDOWS,
WHICH WILL be SOLD CHEAPER
THAN EVER BEFORE.
$3" As I am making a speciality in
that line of business, parties in want of
Doors and Windows will find it to their
advantage to call.
I. W. CASE.
WINES, LIQUORS, CIGARS,
E.PAPMAHL & CO., - -
THE UNDERSIGNED PROPRIETORS OF THE COLUMBIA BREWERY
just erected and placed in operation at Astoria, with to inform the public that -ve
aro now prepared to till all orders tor a splondid
Having every Facility tor doing
THE VERY UEST CHARACTER Ob" WORK
i-lWAJ' lAMV.7 AVt UVllJn
Mr. Papmahl being an Experienced Rrewer, (. LiU. .ajUbbl&U. JDJUlfXl; i
TTho COLUMBIA RREWERY WILL WARRANT SATISFACTION IN FILLING ALL
Orders. Giva us a trial. ' -E. PAPMA1IL i: CO.,
New Store. New Goods.
IN THE SUMMERS BUILDING,
Chenamus Street, Astoria.
J. C. TRULEMGER,
"Would Rospcctfully Announco
To tho Citizens of Astoria and. Vicinity,
That ho is now hero, and has. Opened at tho
Ahovo Well known Stand,
A LARGE AND COMPLETE STOCK
Dry Goods, Clothing,
BOOTS AND SHOES,
And everything required for daily use, down
to a sack of Flour or Feed from my own mills
in Washington County, which will ho sold u
the lowest market rates.
t&sul invite the public generally to call nnd
examine my stock and prices. Having located
permanently in Astoria 1 " mean business."
fc3"Tho Saw mill is now in running order,
with a full boom of choice logs, and I am also
propared to fill orders, large or small, on short
notice, for any kind of lumber.
J. C. TttULLINGER.
BOOTS (&; SHOES
MADE TO ORDER,
A3 SATISFACTIOX STASAXTr.SD9
A. W. CONE, - - Astoria,
Sign of the Golden Shoe.
Josh Billings Hits on Facts,
"Unman Happiness seems
to l'C sumthitiR that every
hotldy is lookin after, but
don't expekt to find esnesh
ally ef their bootsdon't fit.
tfSTTho puhlic of Astoria and surrounding
country aro prettv well assured of tho fact
thnt. Conn's innnnmeturo of Boots and tjhoes is
! of tho finest and host quality, and that they
are made to nt.
' flSrFurthermorc, the prices correspond with
the times, hence human happiness is within
the reach of every inhabitant who would have
his feet properly incacd by-the Boot maker
of Astoria who is qualfied to iit the foot.
SIGX OF TIIE GOLDEX SHOE,
Main Street, Astoria.
H U M H ifrJB&m
MAIN STBEET, ASTORIA, OREGON.
T. BRACED -. Proprietor.
THIS NEW PLACE OF Busi
ness i5 now prepared to sorvo
In Every Style, to Order.
The Proprietor will, as in times past, strive
to merit a share or the public pati onago
WARRANT SATISFACTION TO
ANY WHO MAY FAVOR
HIM WITH ACALL.
Meals at all Hours!
POSITIVELY NO CHINAMEN
IN MY EMPLOY
WATCHMAKER and JEWELER.
ANNOUNCES TO TIIE PEOPLE OF
.Astoria and vicinity that he is now pro
pared to do all kinds of
WATCHMAKING AND JEWELLING
in the neatest possiblo manner. All work
warran ted. 1 K A U U TTliN ii
Chenamus street, Astoria, Ogn.
N. F. MUDGE,
Contractor and Builder.
ALL KINDS OF CARPENTER
WORK AND CONTRACTING
promptly attended to.
K35 Special attention given to wharf and'
mill construction. Address:
N. F. MUDGE, Contractor.
Sign of the Reel Boot
MAIN STREET, ASTORIA.
Next door to P. H. Fox, Tailor,
Tho only place in Astoria, whero you can get
a perfect lit and tho host French stock. N evor
mind what Josh Hillings says. 1 moan busi
ness. Give mo a call. JOIIN WILDER.
LAGER BEER, ALE, Etc.
- - - - PROPRIETORS,
T g A QrEIgg.,
A A D4-4-l,3 TaTHGVD I
Hot, Cold and
AT OCCIDENT HOTEL,
HAH DRESSING SALOON.
Jacob NiEDErwAUER Proprietor.
ES' Special attention paid to LADIES' and
C1I ELD KEN 'S 11 Allt CUTTING
KW Private Entrance for Ladios'Sn
Tho Engino holonging to
Astoria Firo Coinnanv rNo. i.
For further particulars inquire
of the Committeo on Public
By order of tho Common Council.
FKANIv J. TAYLOR, Recorder.
C. E. Jackins & Co.
Cor. Mnin and Jefferson Sts.,
Dealers in all hinds of Stoves,
Wand Sheet Iron Ware!
nw-Copper Tea-kettles, pressed Tea-kettles,
burnished Tea and Coffee pots, porcelain, tin
lined, and prossed Iron sauco pans, fancy an. I
plain vent Thimble covers, lino Dust pans ana
brushes, ca?t iron I3ako ovens, etc., etc., etc.,
embracing about :M,.iW articles too numerous
to mention, for old Bachelors, maids, children
and married folks. gJJO
ifcT Agents for tlNPbnlo of tho celebrated
Occident Cookine Stoves.
Astoria Brewery Saloon,
And Bottled Beer Depot ! .
MAIN STREET, ASTORIA.
R TJDOLPH EARTH,
The Best Quality LaerBeer,
FIVE CENTS A GLASS.
55" Tho patronaco of tho puhlic is respect
fully solicited. Orders for Lager, or Bottled
Beer, in any quantity, promptly tilled.
ttiT Free Lunch day and night.
House and Sign Painting,
Special attention paid to Country icerl:
Shop on Squcmoqha street,
. ASTORIA, - - 'ORECOX.
"gOAT EUILDINQ. gj&
Ilavint? completed my shop 'between
Tallrnt'5 landing and Westport on the Co
luml ia river, I am now prepared to build
FISHING BOA.TS, ROW BOATS,
SKIFFS, ETC.. ETC.,
everything in the lin e of boats. .Copper fas
tened boats a specialitv."
My motto is ; first class work for a fair re
muneration. P. O. Address.
T.DK1SC0LL. Westport Ogn-
BUSINESS CARDS PRINTED
Very chf-nn. at
TIIE ASTORIAN Office.
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