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TIDE TABLE TOR ASTORIA.
From tables of United States Coast Survey.
8 40 2 481 9 11 10 08
4 08 .. 3 381 8 54 -10 33
4 52 4 30i 10 45 11 03
5 08 5 241 U 3(5 11 39
5 48 6 20,' 0 30
C 3G 7 18! .... 0 21......... 1 25
7 30 8 201 1 13 2 22
8 22 0.24! 2 08 3 21
...... 9 II ..11 33 3 02 4 23
, 0 58 11 391 3 54 5 28
PORT OF ASTORIA.
CLEARANCES AND DEPARTURES.
Rival, bk 290 tons. Adams. S. V. Dee 29
Abcr.na. Br. sh. 974 tons, Grosart, Queenstown.
II. Besse, bk 1028 tons Baker. Qaecnstown,
iara Br sh, 1351 tons. Simpson, Qncecstowu,
UiBcnd bkt 376 tons Hondlett S F Dec 23
i Rudolph, Brsh, 13V2 tonb. Brass. Qoecns-
Kn Dec 22
rifih Commerce. Br. sh. 1417 tons. Mendah.
fyieenstown, Dec 21
flodell Bay. Br bk. 1084 Cajlao, Dec 21
'Martha Fisher Br bk, Morignard, Queenstown,
ARRIVALS FROM SKA.
Great Republic ss. 3S00 tones Carroll S F, Dec 30
Cilifornla. sir. 674 tons. Thorn. Alaska, Dec. 30
teo. W. Elder 1709 tons Bolles. S. F Dec 30
IMe of Erin. Br bk, 942 tons, Edwards, 65 days f m
Dunnedin. Dec. 25.
Idaho, fitr. 1077 tons. Alexander. S F. Dec 24
Orient, brie 312 tons. Williams, S. F. Dec 24
Aloha, sen. 28 tons, Roan, Tillamook, Dec 22
Lutterworth Br bk Dec 22
Sabrina, Br bk, Wilmington. Deu 13.
tttrathearn, Br. sh, Anderson, Hongkong, Dee C
Brodick Bay. Br sh Rio Dec 6.
Hannah Landles, Br bk, Gregg. Rio. Dec 4
City of York. Br sh. Auld. Adelaide. Nov 29
Kuropa, Nor bk 1146 tons Thesett Bombay Nov 25
Ohan Bay, Brsh. 10G6 tons, Storm South America
McNear ship 130S tons Taylor. Hongkong, Not 12
Gadzow Forest, Br bk l'.lfi tons. Pollock, Mel
bourn, Nov 12 Reported Nov 15
Centennial, sh 1257 toa6 Beares, Hongkong. Nov 10
Vjaribaldi.bk. i70 tons Forbes, Sydney via Hono
lulu. Nov. 3
Corrientes. Br. bk. 593 tons, Jones, Hongkong.
Prince Amadeo Br sh 1(31 ton Lmskill. Hongkong
Wastvrabet Br bki&5 tons Cowman Brisbane Oct 22
Caitlock Br sh 1332 tons Phillips, Wellington Oc
Noirnshirc Br sh 2G5 tons Neven Brisbane. Oct 16.
Shenir, Br sh 1173 tons Black Sydney Oct. 12.
Robert Lees Br bk Newcastle via S F Oct 4
Valley Forge, sh. l&G tons, Woodberry, Bombay,
CJaribildifih 1431 tons Thatcher.Hongkong Sept.27
Sea Waif Brig ttJ tons MofiBon. Honolulu Sent 5
Utorm King. Am. sh. Reed fin Bombay, Aug 3
Wildwood, sh. 1046 tons, Harriman, Hongkong.
A-nnie M. Small. sh Packer, Hongkong, May 20
VESSELS ON THE WAY
Portland, bkt. tSage, S F Dec 3)
Oregon ss225U tons Connor S F
Hermon, sh New Yoik, via Baltimore. Dec 6
FROM FOREIGN PORTS.
Abel. Gerbk 405 tons, Newcastle, May 23d, Via
Agnes, Br bk Port Augusta. May 28
Alcmaria.Gr bk Victric, Newcastle. E., Aug 9 via
Adventurer, br bk. C!W tons. Braithwaite Liver
pool, April fith. via Valparaiso,
Antonio Camoplit Ital k 637 tons Newcastle Aug
6 via Montevideo
Bothweil Castle, Br bk Heath. Yokohama, Sept 5
Uelmore, Br bk. Valparaiso. April 24, for Astoria.
Ciiaari. Br Bb fia Bombay, July 23
Ooxanjab, Br. sh. 891 tons. Jones. Liverpool.
iithel. Br bk, 495 tons, Braham. Liverpool, Apr 30
Gondolier, Br. sh. Atkinson, Yokohama, June 21.
Gebrodcn Smith, Gr sh, Newcastle, May 29, via
Hertfordshire, Br sh. off Tuskar. Nov 14.
Honnette. Gr bk, 947 tons Seinstra Newcastle via
Jio Janiero, Mav 10.
Jean Pierre Fr bk Hongkonk Aug 3 via Honolulu
Johannes Ger sh 1445 tons Visser Newcastle N S
W July 25
Lady Head Br bk London Aug 30 via Victoria
Maibit, Ger sh. 1154 tons, Newcastle, via Sourbaya,
Ottolina, Ger sh 1473 tons', Newcastle, May 10th.
Olivo Braach Br bk 355 tons Wheatley Newcastle
Osseo Br bk36S tons Lee Callao 20
Penshaw, Br Bk. 755 tous, Airey, Panama, May
24. via Montevideo.
Prince Rupert Br. bk. Maine. London July 21, via
Santiago, Brbk 460 tons SanU Cruz. Sept 3.
Scawfell.Brlk,Dilbor. Liverpool, Aug 14th via
Zwee Gexaster, Gerbk, Newcastle, May 20th via
9There is a quiet courtesy and
modest unobtrnsiveness about a wise
advertisement that create a certain res
ponsive feeling of sympathy in the
reader. We all like to ue solicited, and
it is natural to suppose that he who
most politely, clearly and persistently
solicits us, stands the better chance for
our trade The familiar advertisements
of local jmpcrs often cover these, points
-wlthirrcat Wet aa&ingcnuity.
No Astorian' to-morrow.
Greenbacks are gold to-day.
This is the resumption date.
The hour has been changed for
the Baptist Sunday School from 12 at.
to 2 p. m., until further notice.
The Portland steamer day before
yesterday turned back from the mouth
of the Wallamet, and came down
through the slough.
The Ordway was at Kalama
waiting for the steamship Geo. "W.
Elder op. the 30th, when the Port
land boat passed down.
Rev. Mr. Parker, Rector of Grace
(Episcopal) church, is absent from the
city for a few days only. He expects
to return for services at the church as
usual on Friday evening.
Day before yesterday navigation
suspended between Portland, and the
Cascades. The Emma Hayward
backed out, and went home again,
from the mouth of the Wallamet.
Mr. Thomes of the Cannery of
Leveridgc & Prindle, Bay View,
intended to spend New Years at
the Dalles, but luckily he altered
his mind, and is now at Astoria.
The revenue cutter Thomas Cor
win arrived from the interior last
night. She reported the Elder in
Portland. The Great Republic was
below St. Helens. The mail boat came
through, making most of her land
ings. SuuDort home institutions. This
has always been our motto. Let us
all encourage it if we would succeed.
What profit is it to Oregon if we send
10,000 a year away from the Colum
bia annually, for oil clothing which
can be made at home. See the new
advertisement to-day "Wanted," men
to patronize tho Astoria oil clothing
Send us Samples
As an aid to show what may be pro
cured along the line of the proposed
narrow gauge railway, from Salem to
Astoria, we will esteem it a favor if
persons living along the line will send
us samples of coal, iron and other
minerals, for exhibition, giving partic
ulars as to locality.
Murdered for His Money.
Some time ago a San Francisco pa
per contained an account of the body
of a man having been picked up in
that vicinity somewhere upon whose
person was a letter addressed to John
Burke. We gave the item nothing
more than a passing glance, and now
the conclusion is forced upon us that
John Burke of Clatsop plains has been
murdered for his money. He left here
some time in September to go east and
bring out a daughter from Washington
city He had a check for $300 and a
considerable sum in coin besides. The
check was drawn by I. W. Case, and
was paid in San Francisco on presen
tion. The coin was sewed up in his
garments. He has never reached
Washington, and a dispatch from his
daughter this week confirms the sus
picion. He owned a place near
Skipanon, and was a highly respected
M. K. Chubch. Services held in tho Congre
gational, Kev. T. J. Wolfe, Pastor, at 11
o'clock 1. v.
Star of thk Ska Chhrch. Iter. Father
M. Orth Pastor. ScrviccB at 104 o'clock x.
v. Catechism instructions at 3 o'clock v. u.
Chapklok thk Holt Innocents. Upper As
toria, Hov. O, Parker, Pastor. Divine ser
vices 3::W p. u You uro cordially invited
Geack (Episcopal) CnDRCH,'-Bcr. 0. Parker.
Pastor. Divine services at 11 a. ., and 7
p. m. Sunday pchool at 12 o'clock P. M.
Divino service .at 7 p. v. oyery Friday.
Presbyterian Church. Rev. E. N. Con
dlt pastor in charge. Services conducted
U theTjall uvuf the, store of YanDuaen'&Co.
every Salfluth at 11 o'clock a. m. and 7
r, M. Sabbath school at 12 o'clock n.
Prayr-meethip5 every Wednesday cven
Uig at 5" c30 o'clock.
Tho Pishing Laws.
For the benefit of many persons who
have not secured a copy of the fishing
laws passed by the last Oregon assem
bly, we reproduce the same to-day.
Be careful to preserve this copy of the
paper for future reference:
An act regulating Salmon Fisheries on the
waters of the Columbia river and its trib
utaries. Whereas, The legislative assembly of
the territory of Washington, at the last
session thereof, passed an act entitled
"an act regulating salmon fisheries on
the waters of the Columbia river," ap
proved November 8. 1877; and
Whereas, The 8th and last section
of said act is as follows, to-wit: "Sec
tion 8 Xo section, proviso, or part of
this act shall be considered as valid or
operative until the legislature of the
state of Oregon shall enact a similar
section, proviso or act, in whole or in
part, and from and after the passage of
such a law by the state of Oregon, and
such parts thereof as shall be so enacted
shall immediately go into full force and
effect; and the governor of this territoVy
is hereby requested to transmit an at
tested copy ot this act to the governor of
the state of Oregon, requesting him to
submit it to the legislature of that state ;"
Be it enacted by the Legislative Assembly of
t ne stale oi uregon :
Section 1. That it shall not be law
ful to take or fish for salmon in the Co
lumbia river or its tributaries, by any
means whatever, in any year hereafter,
during the months of March, August
and September, nor at the weekly close
times in the months of April. May, June
and July: that is to say, between the
hours of si o'clock in the afternoon of
each and every Saturday, until six
o'clock of the afternoon of" Sunday fol
lowing; and any person or persons
catching salmon in violation of the pro
visions of tills section, or purchasing
salmon so unlawfully caught, shall, up
on conviction thereof, be fined in a sum
of not less thanjfive hundred dollars, nor
more than onejthonsand dollars, for the
first offense, and for each and everjr sub
sequent oiiense. upon conviction there
of, shall be fined not less than one thous
and dollars, to which may be added, at
the discretion of the court, imprison
ment in the county jail for a term not
exceeding one year.
Sec. 2. It shall not be lawful to fish
for salmon In the Columbia river or its
tributaries during the- said months of
April, 3iay, June and Julv with
nets, the meshes of which are less than
four and one-eighth inches square, nor
with seines whose meshes are less than
three inches square, nor with weir or
fish traps whose slats are less than two
and one-half inches apart Nothing
herein contained shall prevent fishing in
said river or its tributaries with din nets
during the fishing season, as established J
and defined by section 1 of this act
Every trap or weir shall have in that part
thereof where the fish are usually taken,
an opening at least one foot wide, ex
tending upwards from the bottom to
ward the top of the weir or trap five
feet, and the netting slats and other ma
terial used to close such aperture while
fishing shall be. taken out, carried upon
shore and there remain during the said
months of March. August and Septem
ber, and the weekly close time in the
months of April, May, June and Julv,
as prescribed m section 1 of this act, to i
the intent that during said closed time.
the salmon may have free and unob
structed passage through such weir,
trap or other structure, and no contriv
ance shall be placed in any part of such
structure which shall tend to hinder
such fish. In case the enclosure where
the fish are taken are furnished with a
board door, an opening extending from
the floor five feet towards the top of the
weir or trap shall be equivalent to ex
tending the said opening from bottom
to top. Any person or persons violating
the provisions of this section, or encour
aging its violation by knowingly pur
chasing salmon so unlawfully'' caught,
shall be deemed guilty of misdemeanor,
anu upon conviction inereoi snail oe
fined for the lirht offense not less than
five hundred dollars, nor more than one
thousand dol las, and for each subsequent
offense shall, on conviction, be fined not
less than one thousand dollars, to which
may be added imprisonment in the.
county jail for a term not exceeding one
Sec, .T. The person or persons making
complaint of any violation of the pro
visions of this act, shall, upon convic
tion of the offender, be entitled to one
half the fine recovered, and any Prose
cuting Attorney who shall upon com
plaint Dcmg niaue u nun oi tne vioia
tion ot tins act fail to prosecute the
pari aucuM:u, siiau ne ueemcu guilty ot quireu to pay iivi uuiuirs inr a license
a misdemeanor in office, and upon con-' for the season. Licenses issued under
viction thereof shall be fined in the sum this act shall be. untransferable and shall
of five hundred dollars for each and . be good for the whole season upon any
every offense. of the waters of the said Columbia river.
Sec. 4. This act shall not be so con- Sec. 3. The licenses aforesaid shall be
strued jus to interfere in any way with ' prepared by said Fish Commissioner,
any establishment or enterprise for the , attested by his official seal. The com
propagation of salmon, whether by the missioner shall register the number
United States government, or any regu- thereof, to whom issued, and for what
larly organized company or soefety for purpose. Owners of boats receiving li
that purpose, located or operated upon cense shall cause to be painted in plain,
said Columbia river or an of its tnbu- conspicuous figures upon both sides of
taries. the outside of their respective boats
Sec. 5. It shall be unlawful for the three inches below the washboard, the
proprietor of any saw-mill on the Co- number borne, upon the license of said
lumbia river or any of its tributaries, or boat A failure or neglect to paint such
any employe therein, to cast the saw- register number upon such boat as here
dust made by such saw-mill, or suffer or in prescribed, shall subject the owner or
Sennit such saw-dust to he thrown or owners thereof to a penalty of ten dol
ischarged ip any manner into said river j lars, to be recovered m an action before
or its tributaries below the cascades of , a justice of the peace. The comniis-
the Columbia river and falls of the Wil -
lamette river. For each and every wil
ful violation of this section, the party
guilty of such violation shall be liable
to a fine of fifty dollars for each and
very such offense, to be recovered be-
fore a Justice of the Peace of the proper
Sec. C. Any
party convicted of anyi
January 1, 1879.
violation of the provisions of this law,
shall be sentenced to pay the fine and
costs adjudged, and in default of paying
or securing the payment thereof, he
shall be committed to the county jail un
til such fine and costs shall be paid or
secured, until he shall have been im
prisoned one day for every two dollars
of such fine and costs. But execution
may at any time issue against the pro
perty of the defendant for whatever sum
may be due of such fine or costs". Upon
Eayment of such fine or costs, or the
aiance after deducting the commuta
tion by imprisonment, or securing the
same, the party shall be discharged. All
fiiies and penalties collected for violation
of this act shall constitute a fund for the
maintenance of hatching houses for the
propagation of salmon, and be disbursed
in accordance with the provisions of an
act entitled "an act to encourage the
establishment of hatching houses for the
propagation of salmon in the waters of
the Columbia river."
Sec. 7. All fines and penalties herebv
or herein imposed, shall be enforced and
collected as other fines and penalties,
and jurisdiction to enforce such fines
not herein given to the justice's courts,
shall be vested in the circuit court of the
Approved October 16, 1878.
An act to create the office of Fish Com
missioner for the Columbia river, to license
the taking of Salmon In the Columbia river
aud its tributaries, and to encourage the
establishment of Hatching houses on the
waters of the Columbia river for the Propa
gation of Salmon.
Wilis he as, the legislative assembly of
the territory of Washington, at the last
session thereof, passed an act entitled
"an act to encourage the establishment
of hatching houses on the waters of the
Columbia river for the propagation of
salmon," approved ov. 6, 1877; and
Whereas, The 9th and last section
of said act is as follows, to-vit: "Sec
tion 9 Xo section, proviso or part of this
act shall be considered valid or opera
tive until the legislature of the state of
Oregon shall enact a similar section,
proviso or act, in whole or in part, and
from and after the passage of such a law
by the state of Oregon, such parts hereof
as shall be so enacted, shall immediately
go into full force and effectand the Gov
ernor of this territory is hereby requested
to transmit an attested copy of this act
to the Governor of the state of Oregon,
requesting him to submit it to the legis
lature or that state; therefore
Be it enacted by the Legislative Assembly
of the State of Oregon :
Section 1. That a Fish Commissioner
for the Columbia river and its tributary
waters be annointed bv the Governor.
twho shall hold his office for two years
and until his successor Is appointed and
qualified, who shall be a resident of one
of the counties bordering upon said
river. Said commissioner shall exercise
a general supervision over the fisheries
of said river within this state; consider
and report upon the introduction, pro
duction and culture of food fish, es
pecially the salmon ; co-operate with the
Fish Commission of the territory of
Washington; make report to the legis
lative assembly at each biennial session
thereof, as hereinafter more particularly
prescribed, and perform such other du
ties as maybe hereinafter imposed. Be
fore entering jxfron his duties he shall
execute a bond to the state of Oregon,
with two or more sureties, to oe ap
proved by the Governor, in the sum of
S10,000, conditioned for tie faithful
formance of his official duties, and the
disbursement according to law of all
money coming into his hands. Said
commissioner may appoint deputies not
to exceed one for each county bordering
upon said Columbia river, for whose ac
tion he shall be responsible upon his
Sec. 2. It shall not be lawful to take
or fish for salmon for traffic, barter or
sale, in the waters of the Columbia river
and its tributaries, with either of the ap
pliances regulated and prescribed bv the
act entitled "an act regulating salmon
fisheries in the waters of the Columbia
river and its tributaries," without first
obtaining a license therefor. The rates
of said license shall be as follows : The
owner or owners of each and every boat
engaged in taking or catching salmon
upon said river and its tributaries, with
a gill net, shall pay ten dollars for a
license for one season. "For each and
every seine used in fishing for salmon
upon said waters, the owner or owners
I shall pav for sucli license for one season
ten dollars. J? or each weir or trap
used in catching or taking salmon in
said river of its tributaries, the owner
or owners shall pay for a license for a
season fifty dollars. "For each and
every dip net used for fishing for salmon
in sa'id river and tributaries, the owner
or owners thereof shall pay an annual
license of two dollars. Each and every
I net tender, or hsherman, lishmg or tak
ing salmon with a gill net, shall be re-
. sioner shall be entitled to charge the
following fees, viz.: twenty-five cents
for each license to a fisherman; fifty
cents for a boat; one dollar for a seine
or fish trap of any kind, and twenty-five
cents for a dip net. which iees snail oe
'reserved out of the money by hlui re-
Sec. 4. Any person or persons, wjio,
by the foregoing piovJgimw of this act
shall be required to take out it license
shall do such act or use such boat, seine,
gill net, weir ortrap, drfnet, or fi9h with
gill net without having first taken out
such license therefor as herein required,
shall be liable to a penalty of fifty dol
lars for each and every offense, ana shall
moreover be required to pay tke license
fee required by Jaw, to be recovered be
fore a justice of the peace or other court
having competent jurisdiction.
Sec. 5. Any proprietor, managing
agent, foreman or employe in charge of
any cannery upon said Columbia river,
employing a fisherman to whom no li
cense has been issued, or knowingly
purchase salmon from any person using
a boat, seine, net or fish trap for which a
license is required, without first having
taken out such license, shall be liable to
a penalty of fifty dollars for each and
every offense, to be recovered before a
justice of the peace.
Sec. 6. All moneys received for license
herein referred to, excepting the fees for
issuing the same, shall constitute a fund
and be exclusively applied to the assis
tance of a hatching liouse or houses oil
the said Columbia river or its tributaries.
Any person or persons or incorporated
company who shall furnish satisfactory
evidence to the said Fish Commissioner
that a hatching house or houses has or
have been established by such person or
persons or company, and have actually
hatched salmon with which said Colum
bia river is or has been stocked or sup
plied, tho said commissioner shall forth
with pay over to such person, or persons,
or company, the. said funds; ProuWed,
if there be two or more of such hatching
houses in operation by different persons
or companies, then such funds shall be
distributed pro rata according ti the
number of hatched salmon.
Sec. 7. The person or persons making
complaint of any violation of the pro
visions of this act, by the failure to take ,
out a license as herein required, or to do
and oerform other acts as herein pre
scribed, shall upon the conviction of the
party accused,, be entitled to one-half of
the penalty recovered. All fines and
penalties hereby or herein imposed shall
be enforced and collected as other fines '
and penalties are by law enforced or
collected, and Justices of the Peace or
other officers receiving such fines or -penalties
after payment of one-half of
such penalty so collected to thecomplain
ant, snail forthwith pay the remaining
half to the Fish Commissioner to be ap
plied to the establishment of, or assis
tance of hatching houses as provided in
section 6 of this act
Sec. 8. The said Fish Commissioner
shall biennially on the 15th day of Sep
tember, make a report to the Governor
to be submitted to the legislative assem
bly; which report shall exhibit the.
amount of moneys received from li-:
censes, penalties and other sources and
how applied; the condition, progress,
success, etc., of the hatching houses;
hints, suggestions or information on the
subject of food fish propagation, and
such matter as may be valuable in legis
lation for the protection or preservation
of food fishes, and the salmon fisheries
of the Columbia river.
Sec. 9. Any person or persons or in
corporated company who shall receive
from the Fish Commissioner the funds
created by this act or any portion there
of, shall first execute a bond to the State
of Oregon with two or more sureties, to "
be approved by the Governor, in the
sum of ten thousand dollars, that all
moneys coming into his or their hands
under the provisions of this act, shall be
used for the propagation of salmon and
for no other purpese: and shall make a
sworn report to the Governor on or be
fore the first of January of each . year
thereafter, of the amount of money re
ceived and how expended, and the pro
bable amount of salmon hatched by such
person or persons during said year.
Approved October 10, 1878.
CONTESTED LAND CLAMS,
The following law of congress in reforence to
contested land claims, wo publish for the in
formation of our readers in Clatsop, Columbia,
Tillamook, Pacific und Wakiakum ceunties:
An act to provide for the publication of no
ticos of contest under the homestead pre-emption,
and treo culturo laws of tho United
Bo it cnactod by the senate and houso Rep
resentatives of tho United States ot America
in congress nasemblcd: That tho notices of
contest now provided by law undor the home
stead, pre-emption, tree-culture laws of tho
United States, shall after tho pa33ago of this
act, be printed in somo newspaper printed in
tho county whero tho land in contest lie? ;
and if no newspaper bo printed in such county,
thon in tho newspaper printed in tho county
nearest such land.
Approved Juno -i, 187S.
35'Skilled mechanical and profes
sional labor is in abundance in this state.
We can spare a whole army of clerks,
salesmen and Micawbers who are starv
ing because they are not fitted, or will
not labor in the field that offers them, a
living, Now is the time to invest in
lands and to settle on them. Eallroads
are opening all over the state, and there
is a fair showing of an increase in the
value of land, no matter where located.
Farmers are what we want, and not
more tradesmen ; agriculturists, not ad
ditional professors; tillers of the soil,
and not an increased army of clerks.
The country is healthy, both morally
and physically, and there is value in
land that is not affected by the rise and
fall of stocks.
S-A contemporary says : A news
paper and a newspaper editor that peo
ple don't talk about and sometimes
abuse are rather poor concerns. The
men and business that an editor some
times feels it a duty to defend at a risk
of making enemies of another class, are
often the very first to show ingratitude.
The editor who expects to receive much
charity orgratitude will soon find out
his nitstake; but he should go ahead
and sav and do what hp prmspipnt innd,.
j thinks right witliput regard to frowns or