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ASTORIA .. Oci. 7, 1877
Title Table ior Astoria.
From tables of United States Coast Survey.
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Day. a. y. '. I a. M. v. m.
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7 0 -10 0 aij 7 (Ti 7 53
s i :w l ti l :a 8 45
2 is l r s e: n 17
If) .'; 07 2 'Ji) S .17 10 03
11 i 0! :; 17 ! 20 10 M
12 f, U 4 101 -10 11 11 43
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14 7 0 0 17, 0 41 0 12
15 8 OIL 7 Ui 1 o7 1 18
POST OF ASTOHIA.
CLEARANCES A XI) DEPARTURES.
Palawan. Br. ship, 1002 tons. Oliver, Cork, Oct .5
Ilher Indu-, Jrsh 18ofi tons. Hewitt, Cork, Oct3
Candida., Ur h. Tif tons, Mathcrbon.Queon&towr,
Aax, str 1354 tons. Maukic. S F Oct C
ARRIVALS FROM SEA.
L str 1C10 tons. Dubney. S. F. Oct 6.
i Chester str., HOG tons, Bol'es. S. F. Oct 6
i E Wood, faliip, 1477 tons, Davis, S F Oct 5.
Clara, ship, 1.TJ5 tonb.Tohey, S F to load '
kope Oct 5.
G "W Cochrane hark, 1105 tons, Given, 51 days
Hongkong Oct 4.
DianaMre, lir bk. 1074 tons, Hanou, S F, to load
fur Cork, owners account. Oct. 3.
UodelDay, Brsh. 1034 tons. 52 days fra Brisbane.
.Ximus, ship, 1302 tons, Leonard. Hongkong, Oct 1
Springfield, sli'p 1013 tons, Pert, Hongkong Sep
Pato, Br. sch.65 tons, British Columbia, Sept29
Hazard. briRji9fi tons. Walker, S. F. to load lum
ber for Australia. Scpi 25
City of Nankin. Br sh, ftSG tons, McLean, S t
load for Liverpool, Sr pt 25
sJuenns Ayrcs, Frerch bk. CIS tons, Voisin, S. F.
to load wln-at lor Cork, Sept. 25.
Jvatc L. Herron, ch, 26 tons, Thompson, Tilla
mook, Sept 21
PacloluE,4,b. 101 tons, Colcord.S. F to load for
Eui ope. Sept 23
fieecroft, British tk 1G2G tons Rice, S F to load for
Europe .Sept. 23,
Abeona. Bs. U7JJ toes, Hamilton, from Liverpool,
Druuiclos, BrbklflG tons.Wyman, fm Otago.N.
Z., Sept 22.
Hcxjrette, Ger bk, W2 tons, Wofcesken, S F,
load for Cork Sept. 22.
Sea "Waif, brip, 273 tons, Uinpqua, Sept. 20.
Adventurer. Br bk 716 tons.Braithwaite,Newcastle
X. S. W.,via S. F., to load for Europe, Sept. 8
Alden Besse, bk. 811 tons, Xoyes, S 1 to load for
China. .Sept. 6.
Kskbank. BbfiOO tons, Barr, fm Glasgow, via Hon
olrilu. Sept 6.
GusieTelfai-, str, 413 tons. Gardiner, fra Sitka
Feb. 'Mi. Laid iw in Portland.
VESSELS ON THE WJ V.
Santa Cruz, str. Liland, S. F.
Webfoot.bkt. 31.2 tons, Whee'wright, S.F. Sept IS
Alma, Ger bk. 940 tons, Lahmeyer. S F.Oct3.
Aberystwith Castle, Br. sh. tons, Harris. New
castle, X. J..W. Aug. 20.
Benefactor, bk (Mi) tons, Hayden, Hongkong,
City of York. Br sh, 1195 tons, Auld, S F to load
Emily Chaplin, Br bk, Harris, Hongkong, Au.-; Z'
Earl Granville. Br. bk. 1009 tons, Reddie, b.F, to
load for Europe Oct 4.
Francis Thorp, Br sh, 1346 tons, Buck, S. F.
G Brougkton. Br bk, tons. Edkins, Auckland.
.Z Aug 18
Gibraltar Swe bk 764 tons Enfcien fm Hull Eng
Ilaltan -Castle. 478 tons. Angel, m Liverpool.
Jane A. Falkinburg, bkt300 toas, Hubbard, Hono
lulu. .Leading Wind. chip. Higby, Hongkong. Spokon
20 days off by Ximue,
La Escocesa. Br sh. 996 toas, Evans, San Pedro, to
load for Europe.
Blengfull, Br th, 1210 tons HcCultoch. S F
Alattie Macleay. bk 236 tons Pope, Honolulu
.Mount Lebanon, Bb. Hall, from Hongkong, May 14
.National, Fr sh, 851 tons, JIazon. S F
Pilgrim ship tons, Fowle, Eungkong, Sept 1.
Pizzarro, Br, sh. 1331 tons Collister, S, F. to load
for Europe. Oct 4.
River Kith Br sh, 1165 tons, Carpenter, S F
Sierra Nevada, bk tons, Koerner, Newcastle, N
S W. Aug9
Wood Hall, Br bk, 721 tons, Sibson, Hongkong,
Temple liodge, No. 7, A. F. A. M.
Members of the Order, in good standing, aro
nvited to attend. By ordei of the V. M.
Beaver Lodge No. 35, L O. O. P.
Meet every Friday evening.
ai76 o'clock, in the Odd Folio n'si&psS&k
Hall, cor. of Cass and Chonamus1
streets Astoria. Members of the "'"
Order aro invited to attend. By order, N. I J,
Astoria Lodge No. 40, L O. G. T.
Regular Meeting every Tuesday Evening
at"J5 o'clock, at Good Templar's Hall, Chcna
mus" Street, Astoria, over C L. Parker's
Store. Members of the Order, in good stand
ing, are invited to attend. Degree meeting 1st
Monday each month. By order W. CI.
Regular meetings first and third Monday
evenings of each month, at 7)4 o'clock
fed" Persons desiring to have matters acted
upon by the Council, at any regular meeting,
must present the same to the Auditor and
Clerk on or befmo the Friday evening prior
to the Monday on hich the Council holds its
regular meetings. By order of tho Council.
F. J. Taylor. Auditor.
Astoria Engine Co. No. 1.
Regular monthly meeting will
be held at tho hall of tho Com
pany, on tho second Tuesday Oi
each month, at 7 o'clock p. m.
AiF-UninliAK nro nvnnrtnn to
rttond promptly, if not the uual fines will bo
imposed against them, unless legal excuse is
offered. By order of the Company,
A. VAN DDSEN, President.
R. N. Cabvaha Secretary.
The undersigned Sexton of the Astoria Cem
etery, in view of the fact tliat the cemetery
grounds are now permanently located, wishes
ral persons owning lots in the grounds to re
port the number and blocfc to him ; also, all
persons who liave buried fnenis m the
grounds at anytime, are lequcsted to ad-ii-tushim
through the Post-oihce, or call upon
Llnithis office, and funnsli lilin wnh a list,
ombraclng the name of deceased, age. when
Wiedtiie Joe or block upon which the
burial W$ iu-vde,;ind such otuer infonnation
s will 'enable him to bring order out .of chaos.
F. FERRELL, City Sexton.
Astoria, Oregon, Sept. 20, 1677
Total exports September, 1877......$311,3ll 5S
To Cork, per Rritixh Peer, Int.
Wheat, from Portland. 20,470 ctls... 40,900 00
Astoria, 10,491 " ... 32.9S0 00
Total 3G,yJl " ... S73.8S0 00
To Cork, per Brithh Monarch, lstt.
Wheat, from Portland, 19,077 ctls... 3S.100 00
Astoria, 1S,2oO " ... J,450 03
Total 37.307 "... $74,550 00
To Cork, per Haidcc, 2d:
2.),.5 ctls. Wheat. 549,425 00
To Quxnsloicn, per Candida, 2d:
23,055 ctls. Wheat $48,416 25
To Liverpool, per River Indu. Oct. 3d.
Wheat from Portland 20,533 ctls... Sll,26 72
" Astoria 13,S7 ' ... 7,752 94
Total 34,509 $69,019 66
To Cork, per Palawan, Oct 5th:
Wheat from Portland 17,796 ctls... S37,373 2T
" Astoria 11,433 " ... 23,0J0 00
Total $29,223 &S0.373 2J
Will be dispatched Trom Astoria t Tilla
nuMik in a few days. For freight or .i.is'-aye
applv at Astoria to "W. S. KIXXEY.
Oregon Steamship Company
For San Francisco Iircct,
Carrying the fJmted States flails and
Wells, Fargo & Co's Express.
Iassaj;e, Cabin. .S7 ."SO Steerage. .5
I'reislit, per Ton S
A 1 Steamship
City of Chester, s
Will leavo W. T. & I. Co-'s dock Astoria for
above port on
THURSDAY, OotoTjer 11. 1877.
At C o'clock, A. M.
For Freight or Passage, apply at tho office of
tho W. T. & Locks company.
a P. UPSHUR, Agent.
Pacific Coast Steamship Co-
For San Francisco DIrecl
DEBNEY - Commander.
Will Leave Astoria for San
Thursday Morning, Oct. 12.
At 6 o'clock a. m.
For freight or passage apply to
J. G. HUSTLER.
Ilwaco Steam Nav. Co.
THE ILWACO STEA5t NAV.
GEN. CANBY, I
Will leavo Astoria on
Mondays. Tk estlnrs, Fridays fc Saturdays
At 8.C0 A. M., sharp, for
Fort Sfcve.R. Fort i'iiH'jy, hhiI Ilwaco.
Connecting with L. A. Loomis' stages for Oys
tervillo. Passenger? wishing to visit tbo
FORTIFICATIONS AND LIGUT-IIOUSES
at cither Fort Stevens or Cape Hancock,
(Disappointment) will bavo from one to three
hours time, and return to Astoria same day.
Fare to Ft. Steuens ----- 50cts
" " Ft. Canby or Ilwaco - - .900
FOR TICKETS, TOWAGE, OR CHARTER,
Apply cither at the office of tho Company,
Gray's wharf, foot of Benton street, or to the
Captain on board.
J. H.D.GRAY, Agent,
By order of tho President,
L. A. LOOMIS.
Astoria, Clatsop, Youngs River and
Until further notice the
A. C. FISHER Master.
Will leave Hustler's wharf, Astoria, daily
FOR SKIPANON LANDING at 8 o'clock a.
m., returning same day.
The SAM can be chartered for freight or
towing to any part of the bay.
JS'-For particulars apply on board.
TnE STEAM TUG
m. BOCUAU -..Master
Will attend to all kinds of Towing on tho Co
lumbia river and tributaries.
iJt,Offico in Portland at Corbitt Sc Macleay 's
at Astoria, Gem Saloon, or on board,
For Passengers and Towage.
The New Tug . ffc
RIP VAN WIXKLE, jn t
W. U. -WTiitcomb Master.
Having accommodations for passengers, and
capacity for first class ton-ing, is offered for
business to all point on tho Columbia river
and bay, at reasonable rates.
J3?"For particulars apply to Allen & Lewi?.
Portland, or to Trenehard & Upshur, Astoria,
or on board. tf
K. F. CRAXG,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
Office Room No. 7 Brown's building cor
ner of Main and Chenainus streets.
Dr. Crang t.111 in future devote his wliole
time to thepnictice of his profession.
JUST RECEIVED A NEW INVOICE OF
LAMPS ASD FIXTURES
"WHICH WE OFFER AT A BARGAIN FOR CASH.
CORNER OF MAIN" AXD SQUEMOCQHA STS.,
F0-3ALgrTO LET, ETC
TOR SALE! r'
The sloop Aanie Devlin of Portland
cheap Address. J. R. "WILEY,
95-iju- Portland. Oregon
Dry Goods X Dry Goods !
Largest Stock Best Assortment, and Lowest in Price,
Is the well known House of
nT wnW- i1 IDl wr0
incut iu JLitJL,, JL, afr
Tliis season is unusuaMv large and bought cheap. YVe exhibit in our Dress Goods
Department an asoitmcnt of
Cashmeres, all shades, Tamise Cloths, Empress Cloths, Alpacas,
A splendid assortment of
Polanaise Cloths, Basket and Camals Cloths, Plain, Plaid, and
Striped Waterproof. Red and White Flannels.
PLAIN and PLAID OPERA FLANNELS, TIES, RUCHES, FACHSE,
Hosiery, Legjjins, Knitted Hoods and Nubias,
OUR CLOTHING, LOOTS A2TO SHOES, HATS, CAPS AXD CARPETS
Is complete in every department.
Tliis stock has been purchased personally by Mr. 15. Hamburger while in San Francisco
lately and while in the market, tauing the advantage of a dull season thereby secured nu
merous bargains, and the same are now otfered at prices heretofore never thought of.
"We have determined tli's sejison to sell goods, and we are going to sell them, the prices will
do it. We can't and will not be uudeisold by any house in the city.
(live us a eall and inspect orr stock.
Main street, next to coiner of Chenamus
R ALEXANDER & CO.
IMPORTERS OF AND DEALERS IN
!I Fi TF, fn
LJ 4L1 JLJUSIi
i - -r m e-1 m
CLOTHING AND FURNISHING GOODS.
BOOTS AND SHOES, HATS AND CAPS, GROCERIES, HARD-
WARE, CIGARS AND TOBACCO, CROCKERY,
Carrutlier's Buililin?, Water Street ASTOHIA.
C5TAlso will attend to aseneral shipping and commission business.
ESTAgents for tho best brands of California pure Liquors. P. S. Country produco
taKcn in exenange
C jQl. H. Xa jSL 3T3 Xa 3E3 DEt,
INTotioxDLJS EtxxcX Toys.
ALL THE LATE STYLES OF FINEST NOTE PAPEBS, ENVEL
OPES, Etc., ALBITMS, MUSIC BOXES, NOTIONS, TOYS, Etc.
Chenamus street, Astoria, Brown's Building, next door to tho Whito House.
ear gold pexs axd pencils a specialty.
And SHIP LDOXG for sale by
95-lm J. G. HUSTLER.
The underlined wishes to sen lots -
and !. ')Iock li2 .S.uvelv s AstOiia : one good
dwellinj hocue Iiaid .diis'ued. a Ira-ge well
cpnUdmnc: water enovih to- supply shin"
sitvaied inside of the j armers wai ehorse.
so-caJled. nonum on the Colraioia liver.
ior further pj-Tnci-Iarsmouite at theAsxo-
iuax oince ortO'lhe owner on tlie iipce.
September 2S 1S77. mMm
One Storp nml itrvt-ral nfllnos
in Smitli's Ituildinjr on tho roadway.
Ajut iuhuu juwiiuutaTa inquire at
1j. i..li-SALlTll'S ciear standi.
Cor. of Main andChenumus.
ALarndry Ior good running order and
complete in even' annointment situated on
Concomly street, Astoria. Saul laundry has
ueeu in succisuu opeiaiion ior me- pist
t iree yeare. Or will Isase the same for a term
otfioni five to ten years, to responsible par
ties. For further parstculars inooire' of
J. T BOUCHERS,
97-dlm On the premises.
COMMERCIAL A3T SHLBPING.
"DROWN & McCABEj.
STEVEDORES AND RfGGEKS;
Portland and Astoria Oregon.
j23 On all business entrusted to our
care, satisfaction guaranteed
J G. FALRFOWL & SO
STEVEDORES AND RIGGERS
Refer by permission to Rogers. Meyers t Co,,
Allen & Lewis, Corbitt & Macleay,-
IBSON, HAMILTON & HIGGINS. -
Provision and General
Cor. Concomly and Benton streets.
ASTORIA, ------ OREGON. -
C. E. JACKINS.
E. R. HAWES.
-i tWtSF, . .
Successors to C. E. JACKINS & CO.,
Cor. Main and Jefferson Sts. Astoria, Oregon.
Stoves, Granite Ware, and Tin and Pressed Ware,
OF ALL KINDS.
$3T Jobbing of every description promptly attended to.
MAGNUS C. CROSBY.
LOUIS P. RICIIMAN.
TRENCH1RD & IfPSHE
Successors to Capt. Geo. Flauel
A Keally Fine Article for Sale JjOW.
Capt. Narbett, Ilwaco.
5SFor samnies and par.ioulars inquire at
Trenehard & Upshur's or at Sibson, Hamil
ton -"' ns, Astoria,
Li. P. Richman & Co.
(Successors to Bailey & Richman.)
HOUSE FURNISHING- GOODS, STOYES, TIN WARE, TABLE
CUTLERY, WOODEN WARE, TOYS, ETC.
JOBBING IN TIN, SHEET IRON, AND COPPER
Keep also Lead Pipes, and 1,000 other things too numerous to mention.
When jtou want a stove, trimmed from top to bottom in first
class L',yle give vs a call.
Orders from abroad will rcceivo prompt attention. You will find us in Young's now build
ing, north side of Squomocqha street, Astoria, Oregon.
E.PAPMAHL & CO., PROPRIETORS,
rpiIE UNDERSIGNED PROPRIETORS OF THE COLUMBIA BREWERY
JL juht erected and placed in operation at Astoria, wish to inform the public that we
are now prepared to 011 all orders forasplcndid articlo of - j mlw v
Having every facility for doing , 1 t r.msr,w ,K7mm
THE VERY BEST CHARACTER OF WORK f fl J Ti jj - jt TYrTTO T
Mr. Papmahl being 'an Experienced Bi ewer, (, JtillU. 150bblcCL JjJuSllJX $
KSr-Jho COLUMBIA BREWERY WILL WARRANT SATISFACTION IN TILLING ALL
Orders. Give us a trial. E. PAPMAHL & CO..
IBM, STEEL, COAL,
Builders' and General Hard
ware, SASH AND DOORS,
INT A x x mf
At the 01dLstn1Iiiicl
tion to his
Groceries and Provisions,
Selcatcd with special reference to tho As
QUICK SALES AND SMALL PROFITS.
Highest price paid for Furs.
Now Goods ly Every Steamer.
r. ii. iuix.
A. W. FKRGUSOX.
BAIN & FERGUSON,
ARCHITECTS AKD BUILDERS,
ARE NOW PREPARED
with increased facilities to
contract, orect bulidinss, and do all first class
Arork ma superior manner.
rsr "o keep on hand, and will furnish to
order, all kinds of
Rustic. Foorine. Finwhintr Lnmlipr. Mould
ings, Sash, Doora. Newels, Balusters, etc., etc.
fcw Ail Kinds ot Job work done atour Steam
Mill, cprnor of Genevieve and Astor streets.
s-xlAND RAILING at PORTLAND
BUSLNSS CARDS PRINTED
Very cheat), at
Arlwonficinrr i The Astorian has a
AG VerilSingi 1 larger circulation on the
Columbia river than all other state papers
S. MERRILL & CO.,
Blacksmiths and Machinists.
Capt. ROGERS' OLD STAND
iN ear Express Unice.
ASTORIA, - OREGON.
All work in our lino, heavy or light, done with
neatness and dispatch.
HORSESHOEING, WAGON, AND
Farm "Work a Specialty.
HAVING SECURED THE SERVICES OF
Mr. S. A. Gaines of Ky an experienced
Farrierof 25 years in tho business, and well
known to Astoria horsomen, we are prepared to
do shoeing in a manner to cure lameness or pre
vent it in horses entrusted to our care.
I3"A11 work warranted and at reasonable
"NIL DESPERAWDUH. J5
lime, Brick, Sand
Plaster and IrWe 1st
AS CHEAP AS CAN BE
LADED I ASTORIA.
Can be had in any quantit' at my
CWA gent for sale of San Juan Lime.