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ASTORIA OC7. S, 1S77
TUW TaJZe ror Astoria.
From tables of United States Coast Survey.
Aljsli Waiter, j Low Water.
I 'ay. a. a. v. m. 1 a. a. r. i.
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1 J 7 01 G 17 0 41 0 12
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QPT OP ASTORIA.
CLKARASCES ASJ) DEPARTURES.
Oemlirin. Ur sa. 1-7J tonb.ilutlierson.Qucoastoivn,
"it,v of Nankin. Kr sh, SdS tons, McLean, Liver-
J imol. Oct. .
JP&Iawmi. ilr. sli, lOCtt toss. Oliver. Cork. Oct S
JHiiZHrd. lrir. 3W tons. Walker. S. F. Oct . 7.
Itivorimluo, Ilrsh lrfofi tons. Hewitt, Cork, Oct7
.A;ar. .str JUSl tons. ZVIackic. S F Oct 6
ARRIVALS FROM SEA.
Ancon. strJifilO tons, Dobncy, t?. F. Oct G.
City of Clestor. str., IKK! tonb. Ilolles. b. i. Oct 6
Itufus 13 V.'oori. hhi;;, H77 torib,
iatitn. CJiirA, ship, 153-j tons.Tol
Davis, S F Oct ..
. Tobev. S F to load for
O "vV Cochran', luirk, 1105 tons, Given, 51 days fin
Hongkong. Oct -1.
Disnaporcs Ur bk. 1074 tons. Hanson, S F, to load
lor Cork, owners account. Oct. 3.
odel Bay, Drfili. 1US1 tons, hi days fra Brisbane,
JVimus. ship, 1302 tons, Leonard. Hongkonp, Oct 1
Springfield. hip 1043 tons, Peart, Hongkong Sep
Kato. Ur. b. 55 tons. British Columbia, Sept 29
IJupiios Ayres. Frencli bk. fi:9 tons, Voisin, S. F.
to load wheat for Cork. Sept. 25.
Kate L. Herron. tch, 2G tons, Thompson, Tilla
mook, Stpt -'
Pactohis,th. I2W tons, Colcord. S. F to load for
Jieecroft, British fh IKJGtons Rice, S F to load for
iiurope Sept. 2-1,
Abeona. B.i7i) tons, Hamilton, from Liverpool,
)ruuiclos, BrbklOlG tons, "U'yman, fm Otago, X.
Z., fcept 22.
Henrietta, Cor bk, !H2 tons. Wobccken, S F, to
load for Cork Sept. 22.
.Sea "Waif, brig, 273 tons, Umpqua. Sept. 20.
Adventurer. Br bk 716 tons.Braithwaite.Newcasllc
X. b V,'.. via S. F., tolucd tor Europe. Sept. S
Alrlcn let.s(. bk.841 tons, Xoyes. S F, to load for
China. Sept- (i.
fi-kliank. BbiKH) tons, Barr, fm Glasgow, via Hon
olulu. Sop) G.
flubsie Tel fair, str, 413 tons. Gardiner, fm .Sitka
Feb. 26. Laid up in Portland.
VESSELS VS THE 'A Y.
Santa Cruz, str. Leland, S. F.
"".Vebfoor.Ukt. .12 tons. VVhee"wrightt S.F. Spt2B
Alma, Ger bk, HI0 tons.Iiihmcyer. S F. Oct 3.
AbenKtwith Castle. Br. h. tons, Harris, Sevr-
castle.X. S.W. Aug. 20.
JJeaefactor, bk G00 tons, Hayden, Hongkong,
Oityof Voik. Br sh, 1 195 tons, Auld, SF to load
ilmily Chaplin. Ur bk. Harris, Hongkong, Aug 30.
JiarHJranvillc Br. bk. IfediJ tons, lleddie, S. F, to
lo.al for JuxopeOct 4.
Z'ranciB Thorp. Br h, 13G tons. Buck, S. F.
.r Biouguton. iir bk, tons. Fdkine, Auckland.
X Z Aug IS
Gibralter Swe bk 7G4 tons Knksen fm Hull Eng
land. Hal ton Castle. 47S tons. Angel, fm Liverpool.
Jano A. Falkmburg, lkt"30U tons, Hubbard, Hono
lulu. Leading "Wind ship. Higby, Hongkong. Spokon
20 das off by Xntiuc.
La Ecoces.i. Br sk. iliki tons, Evans, San Pedro, to
loud for Europe.
Blengfull, Br sh, 1216 tons "McCul loch. S F
.Mat tie Macleay. bk 23G tons Pope, Honolulu
Mouni Lebanon, Bb. Hall, from Hongkong, May U
Xationai, Fr sh.Sol tons, Mazon. S F
Pilgrim ship tons. Fowle. Hongkong, Sept 1.
i'irzarro. Br. sti. 1381 tons Collister, S, F. to load
for Europe. Oct 4.
River "Kith. Br sh, 1165 tons. Carpenter, S P
Sierra. Nevada, bk tons, Koerner, Xewc&bUe, X
S W.Aug S
"Wood Hall, Br bk, 721 tons, Sibson, Hongkong,
Temple .Lodge, No. 7, A. F. A. M.
Regular Communications first and
third "Saturdays in each month, at 7
o'clock, r. m.. at tho Hall in Astoria.
Members of tho Order, in good standing, are
nvited to attend. By ordei of tho W. M.
Beaver JLodge No. 35, L O. O. F.
MOPt evcrj' Friday ovcning.
jr V fiVlvl. in Innfliffl Wnllnr'
Jlall, cor. of Cass and Chenamus "rSfe?-
Order are invited to attend. By order, .N". It,
Astoria Locige No. 40, L O. G. T.
Regular Meeting every Tuesday Evening
at 7 o'clock, at Good Templar's Hall, Chenn
mus Street, Astoria, over C L. Parker's
More. Members of the Order, in good stand
ing, arc invited to attend. Degree meeting lfct
Monday each month. By order W. 0. T.
Regular meetings first and third Monday
evenings of each month, at 7 o'clock
ttucS' l'enons desiring to have matters acted
unon bv tho Council, at any regular meeting.
mufct present the same to tho Auditor and j
Clerk on or before the Friday evening prior
to tho Monday on which tho Council holds its
Tegular meetings. By order of tho Council.
Astoria Engine Co. No,
Regular monthly meeting will
be held at the hall of tho Com
pany, 011 the second Tuesday of
each month, at 7 o'clock p. ui.
tbrirMuiubers are exuecicd to
attend promptly, if not too usual fines will be
agnins-t tueiu, unless legal ecu&e is
By order of tho Company,
A. VA. .uuaszrresuient.
X. Cttv.vnx, Secretary.
The undcreiuned Sexton of the Astoria Cem
etery, in view of the fact that the cemetery
grounds :u-e now permanently located, wishes
all persons owning lots in the grounds to re
port the number and block to him ; also, all
persons who have buried friends in the
grounds at any time, are requested to ad
dress him through the Tost-oflice, or call ujxm
him at his onice, and furnish him with a list,
embracing the name of deceased, age, when
buried, the lot or block upon which the
burial was made, and such other information
iis will enable him to bring order out of chaos.
F. FBREEI J.. City Sexton.
Astoria, Oregon, Sept. 20, 1577.
.. v- Value.
To Lhcrjiool per Isochinvar, Sent 1
To Jlowdulu, per Matlle Macleay,
To llouftluln -per Falkinburg, Sep 2:
To Victoria and Sonatina per sir
California, Sept 5;
To Quceiu-toxcn per Kinclunc Sep 11:
To Quccntown per Mountain Laurel
To QucenyUnrn per Greta, Sept 10:
To QnectiMvumper Oban Ray Sep -0:
4G, SSI 74
Total exports September. 1S77 $311,311 5S
To Vessel ctl?.
lt'oi-k, per Rritixh Peer :$;,iil S 7:,vSS0 Oft
1 Cork, per liriti, Monarch 37.307 74.V)0 00
2 ( irk. iier Haider .. 2 UOTt 4) ,421 0i
2 Qucciitdown. iter CaiulithrJZfiYj 4S,4Ui 2.1
:t jjvcrjU " H'wr iiidirfM,oiO u ,0B ;
o Corfc, per Palawan ii 22s) 0, 7: 20
T-olal. lt week Ootobor..
.. oil, oil -KS
Total - SWJ.07J7.
J. Enifland. per CUu "f Xankm:
om Portland 18,70". ctls... ?S7,llr -tO
" Attoiia 12,-llS ' ... 2",t)7 42
Oregon Steaisiiip Company
For San Francisco Iircit,
Carrying the (Jmtcy.1 States Mails and
Wells, Fargo & Co's Express.
Passage. Cnliu..7 ."() J Steerage.
Frerjsht, jut Ton Si
A 1 Steamship ., Ji- h
City of Chester, -MM-
Will leavo WT. T. & 1. Cc's dock Astoria for
abovo port on
THURSDAY, OctoTior 11. 1ST7.
At (i o'clock, A. M.
For Freight or Passage, apply at tho office of
tho W. T. it Locks compRnj.
Pacific Coast Steamship Co-
For San Francisco Direct.
Will Leave Astoria for San
Thursday Morning, Oct. II.
At ( o'clock A. m.
For freighter pa?s;ige apply to
J. U. HUSTLER.
Ilwaco Steam Nav. Co.
THE ILWACO STEAM NAY
GEN. CAN BY, Sd&sl
AVill Jeave Astoria on
Mondays, Tuesday?., Frld.13 .s t; Sal :: relays
At 8.30 A. M ., shari), for
Fort Slovens Fort Canity, ami IlM'aco.
Connecting with L. A. Loomis' stages for Oys
tcrville. Passengers wishing to visit the
FORTIFICATIONS AND LIUHT-UOUSES
At either Fort Stevens or Capo Hancock,
(Disappointment) will have from ono to three
hours time, and return to Astoria same day.
Fare to Ft Stevens ----- 50cts
" " Ft Canby or Ilwaco - - 7 00
FOR TICKETS. TOWAGE, OR CHARTER,
Apply cither at tho office of tho Company,
Gray's wharf, foot of Benton street, or to the
Captain on board.
J. II. D. GRAY, Agent.
By order of tho President,
L. A. LOOM IS.
Astoria, Clatsop, Youngs River and
Until farther 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 dmrtered for freight or
towmg to any part of the bay.
C2T"For particulars apply on board.
THE STEAM TUG
V m. B0CUAU -.Master
"Will attend to all kinds of Towing on tho Co
lumbia river and tr butarics.
ttj,Oflice in 1'ortland at Corhitt.t Muclcay's'
at Astoria, Gem Saloon, or on board.
For Passengers and Towage.
Tho New Tug
RIP VAX WIXKLE,
"W. tLAVhitcomb Master.
Having accommodations for passengers, and
capacity for firtt class towing, is offered for
businos to all points on tho Columbia .liver
and bay, at rea?onablo rates.
j"For particulars apply to Allen &. Lewis.
Portland, or to Trcnchard & Upshur, Atoria,
or on board. u7tf
ARNDT & FERCHEN,
BLACKSMITHS AND MACHINISTS
&: It of )yahingtqn Street, jr,52-
nA 'W'i;T IifcfX
AS LUKIA, UltKGON.-
HAVING SKCUHED AN ENGINE AND
Lathe, and tho best of workmanship, we
are now prepared to do
ALL KIN I)S OF CANNERY WORK,
ENGINE AND STE AM BOAT
WORK OF ANY DES
CRIPTION. &5" HorfO'shoeing, repairing, and all kinds
of blacksmithing .promptly attended to at rea
A Really Flms Article for Sale low.
Capt. Narbett, Ilwaco.
l2rJ,,orsamplea &nd particulars inquire at
Tnmrhard & Upshur's or at Sibson, Hamil
ton &. llhjgins, Astoria.
JUST RECEIVED A NEAT INVOICE OF
LAMPS AIS'D FIXTURES
"WHICH AVE OFFER AT A BARGAIN FOR CASE.
CORNER OF 3IAIN AND SQUEMOCQHA STS-,
Largest Stock Best fissoriraent, and Lowest in Price,
Is the well known Hon" of
This sca.Mn is nnnviially larsje and bought cheap. VVe exhibit in onr Dress Goods
Department an assortment 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, Leggins, Knitted Hoods and Nubias,
OUR CLOTHING, BOOTS AND SHOES, HATS, CAPS AND CARPETS
Is complete in every department.
This stock has been purchased personally by Mr. H. Hamburger while in San Fmncisco
lately and while in the market, taking the advantage of a dull season thereby secured nu
merous bargains, and the same are now olfeied at prices heretofore never thought of.
We have determined this season to sell goods, and we are going to sell them, the prices will
do it. AVe can't and will not be undersold by any lioiuse in the city.
Give us a call and inspect our stock. 15. lIA:tISUilfrEIt.
Main street, next to corner of Chennmus ----- Astouia, Okegox.
K. ALEXANDER & CO.
IMPORTERS OFAXD DEALERS IX
CLOTHING AND FURNISHING GOODS.
BOOTS AND SHOES, HATS AND CAPS, GROCERIES, HARD
WARE, CIGARS AND TOBACCO, CROCKERY,
Car rut Tier's HSuildins:, Water StreeASTORIA.
fl-lfAieo will attend to a general shipping and commission business.
tWTAsents for '; het brands of California puro Liquors. P. S. Country produce
taken in exchans
O jl. EL Ij ADIjSR
toIoxils smjlcL Toys,
ALL TIIE LATE STYLES OF FIX EST NOTE PAPERS, E2TFEL-
OPES, Etc., ALBUMS, MUSIC BOXES, NOTIONS, TOTS, Etc.
Chcnamus street, Astoria, Brown's Building, next door to tho White Houso.
2T GOLD PJiXS AS J) PESCILS A SPECIALTY.
C. E. JACKLNS.
r r r&
Successors to C. E. JACKINS & CO.,
Cor- Main and Jefferson Sts- Astoria, Oregon.
Stoves, Granite Ware, and Tin and Pressed Ware,
OF ALL KINDS.
5- Jobbing of every description promjotly attended to.
MAGNUS C. CROSBY.
Ex. P. Richman & Co,
(Successors to Bailey t Richinan.)
HOUSE FTJBNISHESG- 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 you want a stove, trimmed from top to bottom in lirst
class style give us a call.
Orders from abroad will rcceivo prompt attention. VTou will find us in Young's new build
ing, north side of Sciuemocqha street, Astoria, Orcson.
E.PAPMAKL & CO., - -
rTMIE UNDERSIGNED PROPRIETORS OF THE COLTJMBI A BREWERY
X just erected and placed in openition at Astoria, wish to inform the public that we
are now prepared to fill all orders forasplendid articlo of t a '.L. m K
Having every facility for doing , .10 rl.jr.ri rC
Mr. Papmahl being an Experienced Bi ewer, iillU. iSOttleCl 3hJbK
csrlho COLUMBIA BREWERY WILL WARRANT SATIS-ACTION IN EILUNG ALL
Orders. Give us a trial. E. I'APMAllL k CO..
tion to his
Groceries and Provisions,
Selected with special reference to the As
QUICK SALES AND SMALL PROFITS.
Highest price paid for Furs.
3fow eoexlM by Every Steamer.
ASTORIA - -OREGON
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' RSi?ia 3f;
- -NdMJ iiThfip W ll Ht
E. IX. IIAWES.
LOUIS P. RICUMAN.
- - - - PROPRBETORS,
C. H. UAI.W
a. w. pencusox.
BAIN & FERGUSON,
ARCHITECTS AND BUILDERS,
ARE NOW PREPARED
with increased facilities to
contract, erect bulidinus, and do all Grst class
work in a superior manner. .
5T We keep on hand, and will furnish to
order, all kinds of
Rustic, Foorinir, Finishing Lumber, Mould
ings, Suh, Doors, Newels, Balustors. etc., etc.
KiTAll kinds of Job work dono atourbteam
Mill, corner of Goncvievo and Astor streets.
ifd-HAND RAILING at PORTLAND
BUSINESS CARDS PRINTED
Very cheap, at
FOR SALE, TO LET, ETC.
Tlie sloop Annie Devlin of Portland,
cheap. Address. J. R.YVILEY,
03-im Portland, OregonV
Ami SJI1P LINING for sale by
l)3-lm ,T. G. HUSTLER.
The nndersiinit'd wish" t.-v sell lots
land 4-block ll'- shively's Astoria : one good
(dwelling house hard hnished, a large well
civntammg Avater enough to supply ships,
situated inside of the tanners' waiehouse,
so-called, fronting on the Columbia river
For further particulars inquire at the Asto
1:1 a oflice ono the owner on the place.
September 28, 1877. 29-lmr
One Store and several Ofliccs:
in iiiiths iliiildintr on the roadway.
For furiher particulars inquire at
L. X.G. SMITH'S cigar stand.
-21-dtf Cor. of Main and Chenamus.
A Laundry ia rood ramunc order and.
complete in-every appointment; situated on
Concomly street, Astoria. Said laundrj ha
been in .successful opei-ation for the past
three years-. Or will lease the same for-a term
of from tivg to ten years, to responsible par-
lies. 1? or lii.iiit'f imniciuarc innnire 01
97-dim On the premises.
COIVBIERCLUi AKL SHLPPIKG.
"DROWN & JSfGGABKr
STEVEDORES AftD RIGGERS,
Portland and Astoria, Oregon.
pT On all business entru3ted to our
care, satisfaction guaranteed.
T G. FAIRFOWL & S,
STEVEDORES AND RIGGERS
Refer by permission to Rogers. Meyers Co.,
Allen & Lewis, Corbittfc Macleay,
IBSON, HAAnLTON & HIGGINS;-
Shin Chanfllfirs. r?3L
. . r . . ssa
rrovision and General -a
Cor. Concomly and Benton streets.
ASTORIA, - - - - OREGON.
TBBMAUD & UPSHUR
Successors to Capt. Geo. Flauel
IRON, STEEL, COAL,.
Builders' and General Hard
ware, SASH AND DOORS,
3STAI Ij S r
Xt the Old Established
Well Icnoion Stand
AAlnAMJALni J The Astorlnn has a
AClVertlSing. laer circulation on the
Columbia river tnan
all other state papers
S. MERRILL d- CO.,
Blacksmiths and Machinists.
Capt. ROGERS' OLD STAND
A oar Express Uinco,
ASTORIA, - OREGON.
All work in our line, heavy or lijrht, dono with
HORSESHOEING, WAGON, AND
Farm Work a Specialty.
HAVING SECURED THE SERVICES OF
Mr. S. A. Gainos of Ky an experienced
Farrier of 'Si years in tho business, and well
known to Astoria horsemen, weare prepared to
do shoeing in a manner to cure lameness orpre
vent it in horses entrusted to our care.
s"All work warranted and at reasonable
" NIL DESPERANDUH. ;'
Lime, Brick, Sand
Plaster ai Marl DM
AS CHEAP AS CAN BE
LAMB IN ASTORIA.
Can be had in any quantity at my
XSAsont for sale of San Juan Lime.
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