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About The Daily Astorian. (Astoria, Or.) 1876-1883 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 9, 1877)
2XY3 COLUMN QUARTO FORM,
ISSUED EVF.KV SUNDAY.
OFFICE IN THE ASTORIAN BUILDING.
D.(MBELND - - PUBLISHER
TEKMS OF sunscnirriON.
Served by Carrier per month 25cts
Sent by Mail, six months $1 25
Onto Your. 2 25
J2rAdvertbemciits inserted at the usual
TII Tnlle lor Astoria.
From tables -of United Stutes Coast Survey.
iVaih Water. 3 Low Water.
):w . x. p. m. I A. m. i. M.
:: U o 11 40: 4 58 5 54
4 11 41 1 3 44 C 49
.i :w 0 20 6 23 7 39
G 1 21. 0 54 j C 5S 8 18
2 00 1 27 7 SO....-.. 8 58
P 3 51 2 OH 8 13 9 42
!i 3 31 2 511 9 OR 10 27
10 4 41 3 491 9 51 11 15
11 r 30 4 42J 10 46
12 C 20 .. 5 41 0 01 11 42
PORT OP ASTORIA.
CLEARASCL'S AS J) DEPARTURES.
lSIlx. lilt. Williams, Valparaiso. Nov S
HufuH E Wood, ship, U77 tona, Davis, Quconstown 3
2orth Bend, tlie new bkt Houdlett S F Nov 7
Orient. Imp .112 tons. S. F. Nor. 3.
Ajax. ?tr I3.V1 tons. Mackic. S F Nov. J.
Ancon. atr lfilO tons, Debney, S. F. Nov. 4.
California, str. 074 tons. Thorn. Sitka Nov. 4
Henrietta. Ger hi, 982 tons. Brown. Cork Nov. 2.
"Santa Clara, ship, Ifi35 tone. Tobey, Dublin, Nov, 1
Adenturcr. Br. bk. 716 tons, Braithuaite, Cork
Aldun Beh;e, bk.8irtons.Noyes. Hongkong, Oct 30
W Cochrane, bffrfc. HW tons. Given. Cork Oct30
Lnenos Avres. French bk. G9 tons, Voisin, Fal-
mouth. Oct 29
'"Drumclos, Br bk lOlfi tons. Wyman, Cork. Oct 29
jSmiiv Chaplin, Brbk, 777 tons Harris, Queenstown
RoddlBay. Brsh. 10S4 tons. Queenstown Oct. 29.
ARRIVALS FROM SKA.
In lieu of our table we present the follow
lag aggregate value of shipments foreign from
Oregon, since the beginning of the current
year? September, 1, 1877. which include ex
ports to Honolulu, Australia and China:
Eight vessels cleared with $311,311 58
Twenty-on vessels cleared with... 1,302,993 50
Total values Sept ond-Oct Sl.til4.S03 14
1 Quccnsloum, per Henrlcttc:
Wheat from Portland 17.0T5 ctls.
Astoria 12.S93 .
C To Quecnftoicn, per Uufxm E.
Wheat from Portland 20.S2I ctls,
Astoria 'J1.017 " .
.. $43,741 00
.. 50.435 b7
6 To Valparaiso, per Ella
Lumber, Laths and Pickets from
knappton..mt .. .....,
v. $2.3'7 50
COaiMERCLAL AND SHIPPING.
Ilwaco Steam Nav . Co.
UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE.
THE ILWACO STEAM NAW
Will leave Astoria on
.llttntluy, Tuesday, Friday A: Saturdays
At 8.30 A. M., sharp, for
Fort Stevens, Fori C'anby, and H'wnco.
WINTER ItATES :
Fare to Fort Stevens- .....v. 50et.s
Canby :unl ilwaco v.... 1 50
Cono&tag with L. A. Loomis' stages ibr Oys
terville. FOR TICKETS, TOWAGE, Oil CHARTER,
Apply either at the office of tho Company,
flray's wharfs foot of Benton street or to tho
Captain on board.
J. n.D, GRA Agent.
By order of tho President,
L. A. LOOM IS
Magnus C. Crosby.
(Successor to L. P. Blchman & Co.)
: DEALER m
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS, STOVES, TIN "WARE, TABLE
CUTLERY, WOODEN WARE, TOYS, ETC.
Joli ii Til, Copper ai Sheer Iron, a Specialty.
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 me a call.
Orders from abroad will rcceiv.o promptattention. Tou will find mo in Young's now build
ing, north side of Squemoc iha street, Astoria, Oregon.
Dry Goods ! Dry Goods !
IT IS A FACT THAT
Ilas the largest stock of
To be found in the city and is selling them at Bargains that will
EVERY LADY IN ASTORIA KNOWS THAT WE II AYE ACTUALLY
THE FINEST STOCK OF
BEY O BS
Ever before exhibited in Astoria. "We shall not pause to consider the value of any one arti
cle, but shall put DOWN the PRICES of everything to figures which prove that we
arc thoroughly in earnest in our statement
THAT TOG CAS IVOT BE ODERS OIJ.
Special attention is called to our well selected stock of ladles FINE DRESS GOODS.
Give us a call and insect our stock. B. IIA3IBUKGER.
Main street, next to corner of Chenamus ----- astokia, Okegon.
Tuesday and Thursday Evenings.
Wednesday evening especially for Ladies..
Saturday afternoons for Children, lrom.2
to 4 o'clock.
Saturday evening regular Soiree,-
For further particulars-inquire of
At Cornart's Music store," Chenaihus" street
next uoono uemenvs urug siore.
By request of many Ladies and Gentlemen
of tliis city, I will open my Dancing Acade
my in Bmmser's new Imllding, opposite
Schmeers' Confectionary, on
SATURDAY, NOV. 17th.
Having had four years experience in teach
ing large classes, satisfaction will be guar-
Gent3 class per term, 20 lessons - - $10 oo
Ladies class per term, 20 lessons - - 2 50
Gents class will meet on Tuesday andt
Thursday evenings, from 7 to 9 o'clock.
Ladles class on Tuesday and Thursday
afternoons from 2 to 4 o'clock.
Private lessons will be givan for, term tui-'
tion. Child reus class "Wednesday and Satur
day afternoons from 2 to 4 o'clock.
Soiree every Saturday evening from 8 to
11 :45. Free for all scholars, Thoe not being
members of the school will be charged Si oo
per couple for soirees. Positively no admit-'
tance on lesson evenings.
A general invitation Is extended tQ the
public. Good music will be furnished.
B. S. WORSLEY.
I?'c of AnjjIclla.'Br bk 751 tons, Griffith, fm Ans-t-alia.
yfi SF for orders Nov. 8.
A liv Coyrpe. Br bk, 726 tons, Care, 45 days from
Idaho. tr.'l(l77 tons. Alexander, S F Nov 6.
Hazard, brip, 39C tons. Walker. S. F. .N or. 5
City of Cheater, stn, 1106 tons. Bolles. S. F. Not 5
J J Brenham, bar tug, Wass. SF Nov 5
'Garibaldi, bk. 970 tons, Forbes, S. F. Not .5
Whistler, bk 518 tons. Hotchkiss, SF Nov 4
.N odoc, sen, 425 tons. Christiansen. SF Nor
National, Fr sh, 851 tons, Mazon, S F Nov 4.
Tarn O'Shautor, bktfilO tons, Patterson, F Nov 4
Taranaca. BrSh f m New Zealand, Not 3.
tTliver Lnno,BrSh 1172 tons Robson, SF Not. 1.
UJ'Iock. Br Mr.-Hongkouff, Nov. 1.
'G Brouahrtca. Br bk, tons. Ed kins, Auckland
'Aberytw7ih 'Castle. Br. sh. tons, Ilarris, New-castle.Jf.--S.
Wood Hal1.. Br bk,72l tons. HonckoncOcU 31,
'Glenrosa, Br. bk. Palmer S F Oct 31
Btencfull, Brsh, 1210 tons McCulloch. S F Oct 31.
.Bonclatba, Br bk, 1014 tona, Higgins, Hongkong,
trathcrrn, Brblc -1153 tons; Anderson', Och28,
l'omona. Brsh 1251 tons, Tannock, Port Chalmers,
Lowcimater, Brbk, Hongkong. Oct 2K.
Mattie Macleaj. bk '236 tons Pope, Honolulu Oct 26
"West Riding. BrSh i53 tons, iloore. SF Oct 28.
River Nith. Br h, 1165 tons, Richards, SF Oct 25
Earl Granville. Br. bk. 1009 tons, Reddie, S.F, to
load fur Europe Oct 25.
JEdwad James, bk 528 tons, O'Brien, Honolulu,
.Francis Thorp. Br sh, 1S4G tons.Buck, SF Oct 22
lngleood. Br b.lU77 tons, Brocklebank, SF. Oct?2
City of York. Brsh. 1 195 tons, Auld, S F to load
tor Euruuo Oct 21.
Citvof "-adrabs, Brh S99 lonf Grainger, N. Z.
iPi-szano. Br.sh. 13S1 tonsCollister, S.F. to lead
for Eurojie. Oct IJj.
Alma. Ger bk, SM0 itose,Xahmcyer.S F.Oct 18
AVigton, lir-bk, 765 tone, Haduin.hanghai.Oct.16.
Pilgrim :6hip. J)57 tons, Fowle, Hongkong, Oct 17
Pcnfrliaw., Br sU, 753 tpns. Airey, Hongkong. Out 14
Leading Wind, Am th. 12US tons, Hinckley Hong
kong Oct 13.
NimluH.hip, 131)2 tous, -Leonard. Hongkong, Oct i
tjpciuCeld. ship 1043 tons, Peart, Hongkong Sep
Pato, Ur. sch. 55 tons. British Columbia, Sept 29
Jiatc L. Herroa, cli, 26 tons, Thompson, Tilla
mook, Sept 21
Gussio Telfair, str, 413 tons. Gardiner, fm Sitka
Kb.G. Laid uiiu P-Mlaml.
TDROWN & McCABE,
STEVEDORES AND RGGERS, SHI
Portland and Astoria Oregon.
fz3 On all business entrusted to our
care, talisfnction guaranteed.
T G. FAIKFOVVL & SOJ&l",
STEVEDORES AND RIGGERS
Rcfor by permission to Rogers. Meyers &. Co,,
Allen t Lewis, Corbitt ic Macleay,
IBSON, HAMILTON & HIGGINS.
Provision and General
Cor. Concomly and Benton streets.
ASTORIA, - - - - OREGON.
mSLWM & UPSHUR
Successors to Ca.pt. Geo. Flauei
R ALEXANDER & CO.
IM PORTE KS OF AND DEALERS IN
Trt i p ipaL frii im w -
m a -r -? 5-s
Clotliing and JPurnisliing Goods.
BOOTS AND SHOES, HATS AND CAPS, GROCERIES, HARD
WARE, CIGARS AND TOBACCO, CROCKERY,
Carruthcr'i Building, Water Street ASTOKIA.
S"A1fo will attend to accnoral shipping and commission business.
S5Agents for tho best brands of California puro Liquors. P. S. Country produce
taken in exchange.
One Store and several Offices,
in Smith's Building on tho roadvraV""'
For further particulars inquiro at '
L. K. IS. SMITH'S cigar stand.
7-21-dtf Cor. of Main andChenamusv
A man or woman who understands the
Laundry business, or is competent to do such!
work as is required in a Laundry,
Apply immediately at
A. G. WHITE'S Cigar store.
Cor. of Main and Concomly streets, opposite
Parker House. 131-1 w
IRON, STEEL, COAL,
Builders' and General Hard
VESSELS OS Till: SA Y.
Orrr&ba, ss. 241 tons. Johnson. S F
Aieo. W.Elder 17W9 tons. Com. Connor. S. F.
Webfoor. bkt. 362 tons, Vbewright, S. F. Sept 23
J.UJckstep, bkt 850 tone. Fake, New York.
iButtermere.Br bk Wiltons, Ogilrie. S. F. Oct 2L
Benefactor, bk GOO tons, Hayieo, Hongkong,
JEUer Bank. BrSh 1171 tons. Cottier, SF
Es corL Br bk, Hongkong Sept 8.
Jibralter Swe bk 764 tons Enksen fm Hull Eng
land. Jane A. Falkinburg, bkt300 tons, Hubbard, Hono
lulu. La Escocesa. Br sh. 996 tons, Evans, San Pedro, to
load for Europe.
Mount Lebanon, Bb. Hall, from Hongkong, May 14
isterra Nevada, bk tons. Koerner, Newcastle, S
S W. AugS
SASH AND D00SS.
At the OldKslablislied
Well known Stand
SC J&. "ST. S3
JUST RECEIVED A NEW INVOICE OF
LAMPS" AND FIXTURES
WHICH "WE OFFER AT A BARGAIN FOR CASH.
CORNER OF MAItf AND SQUEMOCQHA STS.',
THE STEAM TUG
- TC " A TTfc TT TTl
IBoqXes and Stationery,
3STo-toxaLJS a,xxc3L Toys.
ALL THE LATE STYLES OF FINEST NOTE PAPERS, ENVEL
OPES, Etc., ALBUMS, MUSIC BOXES, NOTIONS, TOYS, Etc.
Chenamus street, Astoria, Brown's Building, next door to tho Whito House.
KET GOLD JXS ASD PESCILS A SPEC J A LTV.
NOTICE is hereby given that on the 6th
day of November, A. D., 1876, a leather
valise lull of clothing was sent from Astoria
to Oysterville, W. T., addressed to
JOIIX WAGAX, South Bend.
There being no such person at that place at
present and parties being unable to learn any
particulars of his whereabouts. Any person
anie to lurnisn. miormation regaruing mm,
will please send the same to the undersigned.
His Yalise contains an
ARMY DISCHARGE, DATED AUG. 12, 1872.
"Which stated that he was a man 27 years
of age, 5 feet 714 inches high, light complex
ion, nlue eves, brown hair and that he was
a sergeant in company M 5th regiment of
cavalry. JOHX K: GOULTER.
Oysterville, "W.T. Oct. 25, 1877. 124-lxn -
rpo WHOAI IT AtAT CQ'XCERX '
Notice is hereby given that all persons
are forbid, tresspassing upon, or 1n any way
occupying anv portion or the land or beacB
surrounduig TONGUE POINT, or upon any
part of the Henry "Marlin land claim In Clat
sop county. State of Oregon, without permis
sion from the undersigned ; and also Irom
setting out fires upon said claim, whereby the
standing timber may in any way be injured.
VAN DUSEN & BROWN.
Astoria, Oct. 5, 1877v tf
J. R. SPRPPARD.
Late of Corrallis.
C. H. STOCKTOH.
Late of Kalama.
C. E. JAtKINS.
E. 11. HA"WES.
Successors to C. K. JACKIKS & CO.,
and Jefferson Sts. Astoria.
Stoves, Granite Ware, and Tin and Pressed Ware,
OF ALL KINDS. ' .
5" Jobbing of every description promptly attended to.
rpHE UNDERSIGNED TAKE PI.EASU.RE TO
JL A2TNOUNCK TO TIIEIlt I'ATUONS Ai'D
ueatjcbs in gener.vl t1la.t they have
1m.tkly lajugklt increased their fac
tory and are now prepared to fur
bish as good as assortment xn their
une as any house on the coast.
Special inducements to cash custo
diers. ALISKY & IIEGEI.E,
V. Q. ISox &4. 15 First Street.
Factorj' h Alder Street between First
and Second Street, Portland, Oresoa.
T ATHS, J3ATHS,
Hot, Cold, Shower,
.Occident Hotel Shaving JSaloom.
NiEDERAUElt & UHLKNIiART,
BS-Special attention paid to LADIES' and
JHimREN'S HAIR CjJTTING '
f5TPriyte Entrancefor LadiouTpK
V n. BOCUAU Master
"Will attend to all kinds of Tewing: on tho Co
lumbia river and tr butarics.
tts-Olfice in Portland at Corbitt & Mucleay's
at Astoria. Gem Salooh. or on board.
For Passengers and Towage.
Tho Now Tug
RIP VAX WINKLE,
W. IL Whitcomb Master.
Having accommodations for passongors, nnd
capacity for first class towing, is ofiered for
business to all point on tho Columbia river
and bay, at reasonable rates.
CST-por particulars apply to Allen & Lewis,
Portland, or to Trenchard &. Upshur, Astoria,
or on board. U7tf
I Astoria, Clatsop, Youngs River and
E. PAPMAHL & CO., - -
- - - .- PROPRIETORS,
nHHE UNDERSIGNED PROPRIETORS OF THE COLUMBIA BREWERY
.L just erected and placed in operation at Astoria, wbh to inform the public that we
are now propared to fill all orders forasplendid article of T A. 'In'g'f t
Having every facilityfordoin , .a in rirm.y
Mr. Papmahl being an Experienced Bi ewer, AUCL JoOttlGU SR
JKB-Tha COLUMBLA. BREWERY WILL WARRANT SATISFACTION IN FILLING ALL
Orders. Give us a trial. E. BAPMAHL & CO..
, Until further notice tne
A. C. FISHER Master.
"Will leave Fisher's wharf, foot of Hamilton
street Astoria, daily except Sundays,
FOR SKIPANON LANDING at 8 o'clock a.
m., returning same day.
Tlie SAM can be chartered for freight or
towing to any part of the bay.
ipgFor particulars apply on board.
tion to his
Groceries and Provisions,
Selected with special reforenco to tho As
QUICK SALES AND SMALL PROFITS.
Highest price paid for Furs.
3ev Goodn by Every Rieainer.
lASTORIA..:..- ., ,....0REG0N
C H. UA1X.
A. W. FKBGUSOX.
BAIN & FERGUSON,
ARCHITECTS AND BUILDERS,
ARE NOW PREPARED
with increased facilities to
contract, erect bulidincs, nnd do aU first class
work in a superior manner.
BST We KCOD on hand, nnd will furnish to
order, all kinds of
Rustic, Fooring, Finishing Lumber, Mould
ings, Sash, Doors, Newels, Balusters, etc., etc.
H5TA11 kinds of Job work done at our S.eam
Mill, corner of Genevieve and Astor streets.
itar HAND RAILING at PORTLAND
SHEPPARD & STOCKTON.
HOUSE, SIGN, CARRIAGE. AND ORNA
ASTORIA -.. OREGON.
GRAINING A Specialty.. KALSOMlNLNq.
MARBLING AND GLAZING
done to order with neatness and " dispatch
KtTLeavo your orders at tho NEW SHOP,,
on Main stroet Astoria, Oregon.
WEST SHORE MILLS.
1 r I HxPlSSBc&iHr
J. C. TBtJCLNGrER, - - Proprietor.
of the bove Mill
Is now prepared to fill all orders, large an A
small, fur every kind of
On satisfactory terms.
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