The Daily Astorian. (Astoria, Or.) 1876-1883, October 05, 1877, Image 3

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ASTOKIA 0-CI . 5, 1877
Tstlf Table lor Astocfa.
UCTOOEIL
From ftV.es of Touted States Coast Survey.
High Water. j Lvm Water.
5ay. a.m. r. x. 1 A. m. r. M.
-1 K vZ IB V21 4 54 (W
. li r4 .n ."iou r 44 li
. o nol :s on
7 0 4n 0 ftt 7 02 7 SJ
? 1 : 1 25 1 -34 8 45
PQREIGN EXPORTS.
SEPTEMBER.
"STJfAerpcfJi per Lucuuivar, Sepi 1:
ValtKS.
.540,000 (X)
Wheat SUMB ctis
T JFutv-lviiL, jier Mattie Macloav,
Sept. I:
Flour. 3tt2 rtM-rofe S 1.2S8
2((jO&', i V. vJM;ks 1 i 0
j i m.s 2ioj b-- :is i m
Salmon. 3S: bJ 3,:0 J
Sj cases "M 00
Micclhuicu5 mdc. 2,3515 JS- -S.JS5 07
"iTo Honolulu p-r FaUcinkvxg, Sept:
Flour. "X bbl . H 0!)
Sftlnton. 123 bbls J ,012 00
J Hi jikgs SH
33 cases 220 00
Tr.imbar, spars r.nd bolts 2,012 .12
Oats and "bran . 15 0)1
Misccllaeoyus mdsu 709 00 5vSl2 55
3Tt VirUiria ami X auaime per str
Caljoniixi , .S'tjot .5:
Fiour. 15.1a bbls 5 S,77I) oG
Wheat, 112 rentals l. 74
Stain. Meal and Mid
dlings, y.,7J ir.s P10 OS
Miscellaneous indsc 5.039 18 16,JS2 50
Vt Quanhtnicn per Kiitclune Sep 11:
WlicsLb-SWUJcila 4G,"j93 74
?Io QiMcnstown per Mountain Laurel
SqH IS:
Wheat, 22)i)l centals J6,8$I 74
To QucentXovca per Greta, Sept 10;
"Wboat, 6B,ii'J0 busbes. S0,I80 S2
SFo Quecnstown per Oban BaySe) 2k
Wkes,5S.22$liushels 00,875 16
Totc.1 exports September, 1877 $311,311 5S
OCTOBSU,
'5T& GorJr, rcr ErVvJi J'ccr, 1st.
Yt'hetit, from Portland. 20,470 ctls
Astona, 10,401 ...
Total 30,W1 " ...
zi'u Cork, per Urithh Monarch, 1L
Wheat, from Portland, li.G77cris...
Astoria, 18.230 .
$9,900 GO
aiaso oo
Total. . 37.307
To Cork, per Haid'cc, 2d:
Z2),Ti ctfs. Whoat -
To Quccnxtouti, per Ikindida, 2d;
l)fiTy ctls. Wheat
S73iSS0 00
3S.1L00 00
3G,450 00
$74,530 00
$19,425
S4S,41G 25
U'o Liverpool, per River IndtK, Oct. 3d.
Wheat from ltortiand 153,5: cUs.- ?14C 72
Astoria VHJS6 27,752 94
otal
.-34,509
69,019 00
CLEARANCES
AUD DEPARTURES.
o
CLKAKKI).
Patav.an. Br. rWiv, 10 tons, Olives, Cork. Oct 5
Hivor InduH, Hrbh 185fi tons. Hcuitt, Cork, Oct 3
CaiAiida, Br sb. & tn,Matherbcn,Qneenstrsrn,
Oct 1
SAU.KP
J3ritifch Peer, lir bp, li?l toac, Clements, Cork,
Oct 3.
Uritish Jlonarck, Br. sh. 12G9 inns, Uaaks, Oort,
Oct 3.
Haidee, Br. bk, 767 tons. Darfcie, forCerk, Oct3.
-Geo. W.Elder 171)9 tons, Oom.3oanor, S. F. Oct5
Rival. bk'lW tons, Adams, S.iF. Oct. 3.
OiizaUa.es. 12M tons. Johnson. SF Oct 3
!SauU.Cruz,trj.ieand,S. F'cp 3C
ARRIVAL FROM SEA.
U5 W Cochras?, ship, 1105 tons, Gives, -SI days fa.
Hohgkong,.ct 4.
IDianapore, Br bk. 1074 tons, Hansoa,S F, to ka4
lor Cork, ?svrers account. Oct. 2.
IBodelBay, Brsh. 1054 tons. -52 days fm Brisbane,
Octti.
VNimus, sbiptU302 tons, Leonard. Hongkong, Oct d
rfjnrtagfield. ship 1013 tons, Feart, Hongkong Sep
tember 29
iVax, str 14 tons, Mackie F Sept W
iPato, Br. set. 55 tons, British Colombia, Sept 2S
-Hazard, brig, 396 tons. "Walker, S. F. to ioad lum
ber for Australia. Sepa".S5
Cit5-of Naiiin. Br sh, IttGttons, MeLean, S F te
' load for Llverpaol, Stit25
Buenos Ayres, French bk.'659 tons, Vokin, S. F
to loadAvheat for Cork, Snpt. 25.
Kate li. Herron, seh, 2G 4ons, Thompson, Tilla
mook, Sept 21
Pactolos, sh. 1:0 1 tons, Colcord, S. F to Head for
Eurcj9 . Sept 23
;Beecroft,British 6fcK26tone ice,-SF toiload for
Europe -Sept. 23,
.Abeona. Bs. S79 toss, Hamllton,-from L7orpool,
Sept 23.
IDrumclog, BrbkltS tons,Vyman,fm Ctago, X.
Z., Sept 22. .
Henrietta, er bk, "S&l tons, Wobockea, & F, to
load for Cork Sept. 22.
.Sea Waif, Imr, 273 ins, UmpqacaJopt. SQ.
.AdventurerBr bk 7151ons.Bratthwaite,Newcastle
N. S. WviaS. F-, toUoad for Europe, Stpt. a.
Alden Besse, bk. 841 tscs, Noyes. S F, to load for
China. Sept. fi.
lEskbank. BbW tons, Bcrr, fm Glasgow, tea. Hon-
olnlu. Sept .
tGussie Telfair, str, 413 tons. Gardiaec, 1m Sitka
Feb. 2& Lwd us in Portland.
VESSELS OJV THE WAY.
-o-
Forelgn irts.
Ahna, Gertok,,940 tons, Lahmeyer. S F.
-A.berystwrith jCaatle. Br. sh. tons, Hcrris. New
castle, A. S.V. Aug. '20.
Benefactor, k QMi tone, Hayden, itongkong,
Ang.24
CityofSPork. Br sh, 1195 tens, Auld, F to load
for Europe.
Earl Granvfle. fir. bk. 1C9 4ons, Eedoie, S. F, to
load for Europe.
Trancis Thorp. Brh, WlGitcns, Buck, S. F.
G Broughton. Br bk, aon. Edkins, Auckland.
JS'Z Aug 18
vGibralter Swe bk 7G4 tors Enksen fm Mull Eng
land. JHaltoa Castle, 478 tons. Angel, fm Liverpool.
.Janp A-Falkinburg, bkt3U0 tons, Hubhaid, Hono
lulu.
iLeadinfWnd. ship. Higby, Hongkong. Spokon
20 laa off Uy Xiiuue.
LaJcocesa. Sir sh. 996 tons, Evans, San Pedro, to
Loiid for Europe.
;Alattie Macleay. bk23G tons Pope, Honolulu
Jlouat Lebanon, Jib. Hall, from Hongkong, May 14
JPrince Amadces, Bs Linskill, Karrncho India,
tPilgrim ship tens, Fowle, Hongkong, Au
gust 24.
Tizzarro. Br. so. 13S1 icas Collister, S, F. to load
for Europe.
Rufus E Wood. ship. 1475 tons, Davis, S F Sept 22.
Santa Clara, ship, 1535 tans, Tobey, S F to load for
Europe Oct 1.
Sierra Nevada, bk tone. Jvoerner, Newcastle, N.
r -S IV- &g
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SSxSeivspaper advertising promot' b
trade, for jii.ihij dpllest iimes advertiseis
Secure lij fafXtelar'gestaro of what s
jein dpne..
F1HANCE AND TRADE.
Finnnciitl.
GoM n Nei7 York, 103M10
Legal Tcodcrs in Astoriu buying S5; sell
ing 17.
Silver 33 per cent discount
Coin exchange on San Francisco prcm.
Currency exchango on. San Francisco . per
cent premium.
Coin CEchangoon New York percent, pre
mium. Telegraphic transfers ea New York 1 per
cent- premium.
Currency exchange on Xetv York 34 percent
premium.
Astoria 3IarKo?ii.
"Whkat. Wheat allo:U;or wlieat in store at
Astoria 4.s;il ways par Willi wheat al!at or in
store at San Francisco.
"Whkat- Sales on biDsof la.itng on board
ships froightoff S2 30S$2 35 percental.
Flour. Superfine SO 50&7 00; Extra $S 50
7 50. Cam IVIeal tl cvrU SI 00; Buckwheat H
cwt. SO 50$S7 50.
-Mill Fkkd. Bran $25 C0 bm; Shorts
S3-00; MiddUngsSlOOfl; Hay-510.
Oats- According to qualib'. prices range
from 05 to 70 cts "rt bushel.
VKGKr.vnLEs. Potatoes U0j75c bushel;
1 Onions 1xji fl lb.
Fggs. a(35cts doien. Chickens. S35
dozen.
Mkats. Eacon llc10c for sides; 10clSc
for hams; 12c for shoulders; smoked beef
10c; corned beef $7(&S; i bbl.; corned
lork 10c f lb.
Lxitn. In tin 2nd ciKldses 15!720ct.5 lb.
Butt kc Choice roll 30efcs; Eastern in tubs
20c; Oregon packed 25 cts S lb. Cheese
l25ctslb.
Fruits. Apple?, green, box 62j75;
Dry flb8cts; Alden drtedlblOcts; Plums
T& IS cts; French Prunes 12$cts; Zan
to Currants ft lb 1 2 cts; Citron B 37 cts ;
Peaches B H imi'2 cts.
San Frniici.sco 3Iarkets
By our -latest advices by mail quotations for
leading articles of Oregon production aro as
follows :
Flour Superfine. $5 005 50; shipping ex
tra, SO 50o7 00; Extretsan jobbing lots S7 37
Wheat-Shipping $2 S02 35; Milling S2 X
2-10 ft ctL Sales of extra. sacks shipping at
$2 35.
Barley Foed $1 55i 63: Browing Si 55
isa:
Lumbcr-$n12 for rough ; S10'1S for
dressed. Redwood cargo rates are for rough.
SJ718; 252J for dressed; 63032 50 for rus
tic: Rustic, ivo. 1, S35; 2v. 2, S30; Siding,
S22 50; Battens and Furring, 1x2 ft lineal
foot, c
Leather Light solo Leather 2225c; me
dium do. 24c; heavy do, 282Sc; choice tan
nages, 1(1 50c extra; Harness light, 2$30c:
medium. 3032c; heavy Trace, 3i37 50c; ex
tra descriptions range 2 505c in excess of
these figures; Wax, 1417c ft foot; Finished
Calf Skins. GO &!)0c ft 1.
Oil Alaska Cod Liver Oil, 90c: Dog Fish
LiverOil.O:; .Shark do, G3: Tanner's Oil.
Hides Dry Hides, iSc; Dry Kip and Calf,
12l3c; Salt Hides, light 7&!8c; heavy Steers,
Ic: doKip,7(fioc; Salt Calf. 8810c.
Oats Quotations for all grades are from
S1-,8.52K) etl-asto quality-
Wool Sa2es for the weekafeout 1,000,000 lbs.
'There has been a very activo demand all the
wook, so that now the market is swept nearly
bare of all excepting Oregsn-and some North
ern ools- Oregon Wools aro selling at 25$
30c
Potatoes SI 652 50 ner cental.
Onions lQ(jj55 cts per cental.
Mill Feed $22 per toa; Middlings S31.
Hops Choico old 1011 cts; now 12J(515
per lb.
Provisions Hams 1214c; Bacon 12-(h13c;
Shoulders 9c; extra moss perk clear S24 50
25. Boef do. 10 5010 75 per bbl.; Eastern
rofined lard in tcs I314c; fancy pails 14Xc;
10 lb tins I314c per lb.
Tallow 5J0c ft lb for ordinary, and 0
0c in shipping orer.
Honey Choico white in frames 15lGc; No.
2. 12Kllc; dark. 10llc; strained, 1012
t3tt.
Seeds Flax. 33&j: Timothy, 810 ft lb.
Brooms Common, S3 50. S3 00, S3 50 for
the three numbers; oxtra, $4 00, 4 50, S3 00;
Ship. S3 03; Mill. $5 00&S7 00.
Bags and Bagging Standard English lie;
Burlap, 45-inch Sc; Flour bags, 5&6c for
charters and 9l0c for halves; Twine, 35c for
grain, 45c for flour. Calcutta gunnies, IGKc-
Coffcc-Costa Rica, 1920c; Salvadoro and
Guatemala 18J19c; Java 25c: Kona, nomi
aal at 19Jc; Manila, 19c; Boutyno, nominal
at iSaU'c; Rio lGc ft lb.
Rice Mixed So 805 90; No. 1 China, SG 15
G 50; Hawaiian, $G; Japan, S5 25.
Sugar For lots in barrels, California (A)
patent cube, 12t (A) Crushed. 1S; Extra
powdered, 13c; Fino crushed, 12c; Extra
granulated, 12c; Golden C. 10; Extra do,
llc; Half bbls, Mc and boxes $c; Hawai
ian grocery grades, Sgl0c.
Caso Goods Salmon One lb tins aro quota
ble at SI 701 72 for export; 2-lb tins and
2-lb tins S3 003 25 for tho former and S3 50
for tho latter, according to brand; bbls and
balf bbls.SO 0010 00 for former and S 450
5 50 for latter. v Meats Canned beef in 2-lb
tins, SI 00 lMo7.cn, 4-!bcans, S7 00 ft dozen;
G-tb cans. S10 t dezen: Boiled beef, 1Mb cans,
10c ft lb; Boiled mutton. 0-lb can3, 12c ft lb.
j Special rates on goods for cxiort.
O
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JUST RECEIVED A iEW INVOICE OF
GROCERIES, QUEENSWAEE
LAIPS ASD FIXTURES
WHICH AVE OFFER AT A BARGAIN" FOR GASH.
CORNER OF MAIN AND SQUEMOCQHA STS.,
ASTORIA. OREGON.
8?
REVOLUTION IN PRICES, REVOLUTION IN STOCK,
LX
My Crowds ! 3?3T os I
AT
23- 31 j. 3 33 XT JEL C3
ITATIXG RETUKXED
ESX1.?S-
AVIT1I AX DDLEXSE
FItOM SAX" FKAXCISCO
bTOGK OF
J&PLj Ji&tj
AVe can n w assert without fear of having r.nque tonablv the lart toek consistiiig of
Bress Goods, Waterproofs, Flannels, Cashmeres, all shades,
SILKS, TAMSE CLOTHES,
raking our assortment the most complete in the city, our stock of
Clothing, Boots, Shoes, Hats, Caps, Mattings, Carpets, and Crockery
is Complete in every Department.
Every novelty that the grasp of enterprise could secure has been purchased.
"We have determined this season-to sell goods, and we arc going to sell them, the prices will
e can't ami will not be undersold.
15. ieaiiiburgisk.
- ASTOKIA, OUEGON".
do it.
Give us a call and inspect our stock.
Main street, next to corner of Chenamus
K. ALEXANDER.
E. LOEBENSTEIN.
R
ALEXANDER & OO.
COaUVIERCIAL AND SHIPPING.
Ilwaco Steam Nav. Co.
SUMMER NOTICE.
ii&,
5vT;ipTr
THE ILWrACO STEAM NAV.
C0.r3 STEAMER
GEN. CANBY,
Will leavo Astoria on
Slonclays, Tuesdays. Fridays t Saturdays
At .30 A. M., snarp, ior
Fort Slcveu, Fort anby, and Ilwaco.
Connecting with L. A. Loomia' stages for Oys
torville. Passengers wishing to visit tho
FORTIFICATIONS AND LIGHT-nOUSES
at cither Fort Stevens or Capo Hancock,
(Disappointment) will have from one to three
hours time, and return to Astoria samo day.
Fare to Ft Steu.ens 50cts
" " Ft. Canby or Ilwaco - - $1 00
FOR TICKETS, TOWAGE, OR CHARTER,
Apply either at tho office of tho Company,
Gray's wharf, foot of Benton street, or to tho
Captain on board.
J. H. D.GRAY, Agent,
Astoria, Oregon.
By order of the President,
L. A. LOOMIS.
Astoria, Clatsop, Youngs River and
Knappton.
Until further notice the
Steam Launch
A.C. FISHER Master.
"Will leave Hustler's wharf, Astoria, daily
except Sundays,
FOR SKIPANON LANDING at 8 o'clock a.
in., returning same day.
The SAM can be chartered for freight or
towmg to any part of the bay.
J5"For particulars apply on board.
For
Towing.
IMPORTERS OF AND DEALERS IN
CLOTHING AND FURNISHING GOODS.
BOOTS AND SHOES, HATS AND CAPS, GROCERIES, HARD
WARE, CIGARS AND TOBACCO, CROCKERY,
AND
t'arruther's ISuildin?, Water Street ASTORIA.
ttSyAlso will attend to a general shipping and commission business.
tfSTAgcnts for the best brands of California puro Liquors. P. S. Country produce
takon in exchange.
THE steam: TUG
iejidxtzo:,
V, m. BOCIIAU Master
Will attend to nllkind3 of Towing on tho Co
lumbia river and tributaries.
Omco in Portland at Corbitt & Macleay's
storia. Gem Saloon, or on board.
at Ast(
o -sl :o. Xj abler,
DEALER IN
s
ALL THE LATE STYLES OF FINEST NOTE PAPERS, EXVEL-
OPES, Etc., ALBUMS, MUSIC BOXES, NOTIONS, TOYS, Etc.
Chenamus street, Astoria, Brown's Building, noxt door to tho Whito House,
nar GOLD PEXS AND PENCILS A SPECIALTY.
For Passengers and Towage.
Tho Now Tug
RIP VAX WIXKI.E,
W. 1L Whitcomb Master.
Havine accommodations for nassencers. and
capacity for first class towing, is oflered for
business to all points on tho Columbia iriver
and bay, at reasonablo rates.
25TFor particulars apply to Allen & Lewis,
Portland, or to Trenchard k Upshur, Astoria,
or on board. 07tf
QIBSOX, HAMILTON & HIGGIXS.
Ship Chandlers,
Provision and General -
Commission Merchants,
Cor. Concomly and Benton stroets.
ASTORIA, - - - - OREGON.
cC-uSis.
um
C.E.JACKIXS.
Fv
E. IX. HAWES.
e
Successors to G. E. JACKLNS & CO.,
Cor- Main and Jefferson Sts. Astoria, Oregon.
DEALERS IN
Stoves, Granite Ware, and Tin and Pressed Ware,
OF ALL KINDS.
33T Jobbing of every description promptly attended to.
BEOTVX & McCABE,
STEVEDORES AND RIGGERS, &
Portland and Astoria, Oregon.
2S On jill business entrusted to our
care, satisfaction guaranteed.
J G. FAIRFOWL & SON",
STEVEDORES AND RIGGERS
Portland, Oregon.
Refer by permission to Rogers, Meyers & Co,,
Allen & Lewis, Corbitt JfcMacloay,
Portland, Oregon.
MAGNUS C. CROSBY.
LOUIS P. RICUMAN.
li. P. Riohmaxi
On,
(Successors to Bailey & Richman.)
DEALERS IN
TRENCHARD & UPSHUR
Successors to Capt. Geo. Flauel
TOEAMTRS IN
iaHssSS?
E.
S. MERRILL & CO.,
Blacksmiths and ISachinists.
Capt. ROGERS' OLD STAND .r
a.1mm Iimiiacc iininn - &
ASTORIA. - OREGON. iSsC
All work in our line, heavy or light, done with
neatness and dispatch.
HORSESHOEING, "WAGON, AND
Parai Work a Specialty.
HAVING SECURED THE SERVICES OF
Mr. S. A. Gaines of Ky., an experienced
Farrier of 25 years in tho business, and well
known to Astoriahorsomen. wo arc prepared to
do shoeing in a manner to cure lameness or pre
vent it in horses entrusted to our care.
K3AU work warranted and at reasonable
ra cs.
HOUSE FimNISHINa GOODS, STOYES, TIN WAEE, TABLE
CUTLERY, WOODEN WARE, TOYS, ETC.
JOBBING IN TIN, SHEET IRON, AND COPPER
A SPECIALTY.
Keep also Lead Pipes, and 1,000 other things too numerous to mention.
When you want a stove, trimmed from top to bottom in first
class style give us a call.
Orders from abroad will receivo prompt attention. 5Tou will find us in Young's now build
ing, north side of Squomocqha street, Astoria, Orecon.
E.PAPrVJAHL & CO., ------ PROPRAETORS.
y
ASTORIA, OBLEGr03KT.
rpHE UNDERSIGNED PROPRIETORS OF THE COLUMBI A BREWERY
X jubt erected and placed in operation at Astoria, wish to inform the public that we
are now prepared to fill all orders for asplendid article of -w- - n wjm
Having every facility for doing , I r-VVsfr, r"ff ITTL
THE VERY BEST CHARACTER OF WORK ! ft j -02.4.1 J DT?,P"D I
Mr. Papmahl being an Experienced Brewer, (. ATlCt jDOltlCd IJXiSliMt t
CSJ-Tho COLUMBIA BREWERY WILL WARRANT SATISFACTION IN FILLING ALL
Orders. Givo us a tnaL E. PAPMAHL & CO..
Astoria, Oregon.
3KT- LOEB,
MA!N gjrjjgl STREET,
ASTORIA, pgX ORECON
Near tho l!WMmmWi Globe Hotel
Invites atten
tion to his
Clothing,
Boots
andshoes
f -Lli J 'Oi 1 1 tf-'y M
9VI9E
C. H. BAIX.
A. W. FEBGUSOK.
Stock Of
vapes.jowelry
and toys.
General
Merchandise
Groceries and Provisions,
Selected with special roforence to tho As
toria trado.
QUICK SALES AND SMALL PROFITS.
Highest price paid for Furs.
New Goods by Every Steniner.
N. LOEBj
ASTORIA .....OREGON
BAIN & FERGUSON,
ARCHITECTS AKD BUILDERS,
ASTORIA, OREGON.
ARE NOW PREPARED
with increased facilities to
Furnish Plans
and Specifications,
contract, erect bulidines, and do all first class
work in a suporior mnnner. .
1X5 Wo keep on hand, and will furnish to
ordor, all kinds of
BUELDING MATERIALS,
Rustic, Fooring, Finishing Lumber, Mould
ings, Sash, Doors, Newels, Balusters, etc., etc.
SJAll kinds of Job work done at our bteam
Mill, corner of Goneviove and Astor streets.
isr RAND RAILLNU at PORTLAND
Prices.
PROVISIONS,
ffiOlT, STEEL, COIL,
Builders' and General Hard
ware, SASH AND DOORS,
PAINTS, OILS
At tlic Old Established
Wellhiown Stand
-OF-
GEORGE FLAVEL,
Chenamus Street,
Astoria, Oregon.
BUSINESS CARDS PRINTED
Very cheao, at
i'ilE AST0R1AN
NIL DESPERANDUM.
Lime, Brick, Sand
Plaster ai MarUe Dust
AS CHEAP AS CAN BE
LAMD ffi ASTOIA.
Can be had in any quantity at my
wharf.
fTA gent for sale of San Juan Lime.
PETER RUNEY,
Astoria.
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