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JANE A. FALKINBURG. 3&
L. II. HUBBARD, - Master, jgjgfeP
Will have quick dispatch. For freight or
passage, apply to
ALLLEN & LEWIS. Portland.
Or to GEORGE FLAVEL. Astoria.
Oregon Steamship Company.
Portland to San Francisco.
Carrying Tnlicri States .Halls end IVell.s,
Fnrso A t'o's Express.
TIDE TABLE FOR ASTORIA.
From tables of United States Coast Survey.
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OP THE WHITE HOUSE.
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. The Oregon Steamship
&-Cr Companv will dispatch
idvnJl their new and elegant Al
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PORT OF ASTORIA.
CLV.ARAXCES A SI) DEPARTURES.
Centennial, ship, 12sl tons, Bearsc, Queonstown.
ANepiance. Br. sh. 11E0 tons, Jamos, Liverpool.
Great Republic ss. 3S00 tons. Carroll S F. March 21
Oregon, ss. 2Wf tons, Connor. S F March 20
Prince Ainadco Br ah 1031 tons, Lmskill. Queens
town, March 18
Idaho, btr, 1077 tons. Alexander, S F. March 16
Ito'cuc. sch. Masters, northern cruise, fishing,
Hera, sch 3S9 tons Miller. Honolulu. March 12.
Citv of York. Br sh, 1193 tons, Auld. Liverpool
Annie M. Sraull. sh Packer, Quoonstown, Mch 5,
ARRIVALS FROM SEA.
Geo W. FjldorlTOS tons Boles. S. V March 21
Melancthon. bkt. 293 tons Manson S F March 28
Honors, sch. 75 tons. Thronen, Tillamook. Mch 21
Kate L llcrrnn. sch Betts. Tillamook, March 21.
California, str. 67-! tons. Thorn. Sitka March 18
Jane A. Falkinburg, bkt.at'8 tons, Hubbard, Hono
lulu, March 15
ScawfeJl. Br bk, 4S9 tons. Evans. Victoria. Fob 2S.
Ifile of Erin. Br bk, !2 tons, Edwards, 65 days fm
Dunnedin. Dec. 25.
McKearfahip 13U3 tons Taylor. Honekonr. Nov 12
Corrientes. Br. bk. 5S)3 tons, Jones, Hongkong.
Valley Forgo, eh 12G tous. Wooclborry, Bombay.
(Jaribaldifh 1431 tons Thatcher. Hongkong Sept.27
Koa Waif Brig 273 tons Monson, Honolulu Spt
"Wildwood. sh. 1046 tons. Harrnnan, Hongkong.
VESSELS OS THE i'A i
Ancon, ?tr. 1610 tons. Dsbney. S. F March So
Orient, brie 312 tons. Williams. S. F. March 17
Rival, bk 290 tons. Adams. S. F. March 9
Hermon, sh Now Yoik. via Ba initio re. Doc 6
Eric the Red. sh. 155-8 tons. Small, Philadelphia.
Empire. th 1131 tons. Lockic. Philadelphia.
State of California, P C S S Philadelphia, Mch 18.
Tabor, ship, Philadelphia Fob 27.
Trustee, bk. S, F.
Eliza McNeil, ship. Philadelphia, Apnl.
.from foi:kk;k pouts.
Alomaria, Gr bk Victric, Newoastlo. E., Aug 9 via
Antonin Camoclit Ital bk 637 tons Newcastle Auc
6 via Montevideo
Aldcn Besse, bk. 812 tons, Noyes, Hongkong.
Coloma, bk. 853 tons. Hall, Hongkong.
(ilcneffer. Br. sh. Liverpool. Jan. 17, via Honolulu
II ortfordshire, Liverpool Nov. 13, via Victoria.
Herbert Black, bk, 573 tons. Treat. Hongkong.
Illawarra, Fr bk, Poole, Sydney. Aug 13.
Iron Queen, Br sh. Smith, Liverpool Dec 8, via
Jas. Wishart, Br. bk. Auckland, Feb. 10.
J&a&fe-MwU&Sr 122w.-4?B&r-KaMVuku .
Matchless. Br. sh. 1165 tons. Dawos, Hongkong.
Maria Lucia, French. Newcastle 2Cov. 19, via Val
paraiso, Penshaw, Br Bk. 755 tons, Airy, at Valparaiso.
....Mr. Peter Wilhelm has perma
nently fitted up a .shipmaster's reading
room in connection wilh the Gem salooii
in Astoria. The latest shipping: papers
and homeward and outward bound ship
ping; lists arc kept on file. Telegraph
office in the same building.
TRLWRD & nrSBUB
Successors to Capt. Geo. Flavel
IR0jSt, steel, coal,
Builders5 and General Hard
ware, :&r . x Xj js ,
Well hwio7i Stand Jo-J.-
IBjSOX, HAMILTON & HIGGLES,
Ship Chandlers. ;
Provision and General JB
Cor. Concomly and Ronton street5.
ASTORIA, - - - - OREGON
"D ATHS, BATH?,
Hot, Cold, Shower,
Steam and SULPHUR Baths
Occident Hotel. Shaving Saloon.
KlEDERAlTElt & UHLENHART,
i?TsP,ec,!jU. attention-given to ladies' and
children's hair cutting.
Private Entrance for Ladies.
E. STARR Mastek.3
Is now ready to receive cargo for the above
port, and sail on
Tuesday, April 1, 1S79.
Rates for Freight.
From Portland s 00
Astoria g OU
For further particulars refer to Trenchard
& Upshur, Agents, or to the Captain on
Astoria to Forts Stevens, Canby, II
waco, Oysterville and Olympia.
Eiwaco Steam Navigation Co.
T nil fillfVlft nntirtft (Via T1,rn
2svs Stoam Navigation Co'ssteaincr
Will lenve Astoria on
Jllomlays, Tuesdays, niul SaJnnlay.,
Fridays at G 1-4 A. .11., and I P. 31.
Fort Stevens Fort Canby, and llwnco
Connecting with L. A. Loomis'stacos for Oys
ierville aud Olymnia, on Tuesday's and Sat
urday's. Fare to Fort Stevens. 50cts
" " Canhy and Ihvaco $t oo
rwrFor TickoK Towage or Charter apply
cither at the office of tho Company, Gray's
wharf, foot of Ronton streot, or to tho Captain
J. II. D.GRAY, Agent,
For Towage or Charter.
milE RELIABLE STEAM-TUG
RIP VAX WIXKLEjCft
AL HARRIS Master
Is in first-chiss order and. until further no
tice, is ready for business in the line of tow
ing, carrying iwissengers, or jobbing, any
where on the rivers, from Astoria to Portland,
the Forts, or points on the bay. Apply on
For Skipanon, Klaskanine, Cowlitz
THE FIXE SIDE-WHEEL
A. C. FISHER Master
Will leave Fisher's wharf for Skipanon
daily at 8 o'clock a. at. (Sundays excepted.)
On Saturdays will make regular trips to
FJaskanino and back.
- G&'jQccasional -trips will ateo he made to
For further particulars see Capt. on board.
RISK FLAX THREADS
Cotton Seine Twine,
Carte and Lead Lines.
."511 3Iarket Street. San FraneLsco.
HENRY DOYLE & Co., "nawrs.
T. S. JEWETT.
i:. S. KIMBALL.
Draying & Trucking.
ASTORIA TRUCK & DRAY CO.,
Squvtuucriuu St., hetween Ca?s and Main,
Contracts for ajruyinp mudo and satisfaction
pianintcpd. Orders loft at tho Occident Ho
tel or received by mail promptly filled
JEWETT & KIM BALL.
Who is Elected?
Great Eastern Saloon,
CONCOMLY ST., ASTORIA.
miTIS FAVORITE KHSOKT HAS JUST
JL been refitted and stocked with
ALL TUB BEST KJlsLNDS
Imported, and "Domestic "Wines and
.Liquors. Cisars and Toaceo.
C San Francisco Ileer five cents a glass
NEW TAILORING SHOP.
(In A. "V. Cone's Building.)
TVatki: Street Astoria, Oregon.
Clate of T:coma).
BEGS LEAVE TO INFORM THE FIJB
lie that he is now prepared to make all
kinds of clothing to order, or to renovate or
KsrHaving had an experience of 25 years.
j I defv competion in the art of making old
clothes look like new. My system is known
only to myself, by which I can lengthen
' pantaloons without piecing, etc
i For particidars see small cards.
1 Tailor, steam-scourer and Repairer,
. STEAMSHIP GEO. W. ELDER,
BOLLES -. ..Commander.
For the above port on
Thursday, March 27, at 5 A. M.
The Companv are now prepared to sell
First. Second and Third classstickcts from
Portland to all the principal cities in the
United States. Toronto and Montreal Canada.
For further particulars for passage and
freight apply at the companv's office, corner
of 1 and Front streets. Fort land. Oregon.
GEO. W. WEIDLER. Agent.
For Port Townsend, Victoria, Nan
aimo, Fort Wrangle and Sitka.
Carrying V. S. flails.
CIIAS. THORN Commander
Will leave Flander'a Wharf, foot of C street
for tho above norts.
Sunday, March 30, at 5 A. M.
For Freitthtor Passago apply to
En. C. HUGHES. Pnr?er.
flew Goods for the Season
A FULL LINE OF
Oil Skins, EiiWber Boots.
And everything needed for the
a io :
A Full and Complete Stock,
Consisting in part of
Gents Furnishing .Goeds:
Large Stock of Family Groceries;
Canned Fruits, Etc.;
ITatchcs, Jewelry. Sarlnc and Opera
Besides a ehoiee lot ot
TOBACCO AftD CIGARS,
AVholesjde aim Retail. Call and see.
MATN ST.. -
- ASTORIA. OGN.
JUST RECEIVED RY
:L X L. STORE!
Cirtier Main and Concomly streets.
si kuOERIES. FLOUR. FEED. WOODEN
VJT ware. Coal Oils. Tobaccos, and Gents Fur
iTjrrirm nlshlng Goods, which will be sold at lowest
L WlliC? ! rates.
rpO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN.
ICotico is hereby given that all per.ons
are forbid trespassing noon, or in any w:v
oecunyinsniiv portion oft he land or beach
snrronndin;: TONGUE l'OTXT. or upon any
part of the ITenryMnrlin land claim in Clal
op emimy. State of Oregon, without permis
sion from the undersigned : and also rrom
setliJ'.g out tires upon said claim, whereby the
bta.ndim' timber may in an v wav be injured.
VAN DUSEN & ISIMAVN.
Astoria, Oct. 5. 1877. tf
MAG53US C. CROSBY.
Stoves, Tinware, and
House Furnishing Coods.
Hardware, Brass Goods,
Lead and Iron Pipe, Pipe Fittings,
Engineers Supplies, Sheet Lead, Iron,
Coppc, Brass, and Zinc.
Corner Main and Chenamus Stroot?,
CIGARS AND TOBACCO,!
AND THE GENUINE W0STENH0LM
and other Enslish Cutlory.
FAIRCHILD'S GOLD PENS
Genuine Meershaiim Pipes, etc.
A fine stock of
Wato.Iics and Jewelry. Muzzle and
15receli Iioadinjj Shot Guns.
Revolvers. Plytol.s, Pnrlor Bifles.
THE ASTORIA BREWERY
RUDOLPH 8ARTH & MICHAEL MEYER,
Corner of Olney and Water streets,
Best quality of LA GER BEER. 5 cts. per glass
Choice Wines, Liquors, and Cigars always
on hand. .
csrTiie patronage of the puhlic is respect
fully solicited. Orders for Lager or Bottled
Beer in any quantity promptly filled.
ESTlte best lunch the season wdl afford
furnished day aud night FREE
SCHLTJSSEL & KANT,
Cor. Chenamus and Main streets, Astoria, Omson.
ALL THE EISHERJLEX, "WORKIKGMES- A8D TnEIR FRIENDS
On the Columbia river and tributaries, to save monev, keep themselves drv in.i
comfortable, ami patronize heme industry by oriieuiVg llieir
SH5RTS, JUMPERS, Aft OiL CLOTHaiUGy
ASTORIA SHiRT AND OIL CLOTHING MANUFACTORY,
CORNER OLXEY AND SQUEMOQHE STREETS.
T Inch is fully prepared to supply them ALL with anything in ihe line of work in -men
apparel ouiiiikW iirst-elass inatcrial usrd and all work warranted. Oi I Jfi?
will be found at all tho imnripal stores and canneries in AMoria. ami aloni lie river k
sure to get a suit for the eonm:- fishing season, because it Is undoubtedly the best
JOHM HAHN5 - - -
Manufacture? of and Deafer in Lager and Bottled Beer,
5-The Columbia Brewery has every facility, and using none but -the bett
materials and employing experienced brewers, will warrant satisfaction in filling
all orders. Orders from abroad promptly attended to.
HAVING EVERY FACILITY FOR THE MANUFACTURE OF A FIItSTCLAS A1U
ticlo, I am now prepared to furnish tho public with tho finest quality, for cash,
AT 30 CEXTS PER Ar.TiO?.
5S"Familics and hoopers of public houses
M. MEYRR. I'ropristo-.
"Wilsox & Fisher
LUBEICATIXG OILS, COAL OIL,
PAINTS ANJ OILS.
Sheet, Round, and Square Prepared
PROVISIONS, MILL FEED,
GARDEN SEED, GEASS SEED.
Which will he exchanged for country pro
duce or sold at lowest prices.
Corner Chenamus and Hamilton Streets
UNDERTAKER AND CABINET MAKER.
Squemocoha street, next door to Aitorian
onildins, Astoria, Oregon.
R3J"A11 work dono in a skillful manner on
snort notice and at reasonable prices.
Undertaker's furnishin" goods always on
All sizes and shapes from Plate or 2G oz.
Sash, Weights. Etc.
Address all orders
(Successor to Jason, Springer & Co.)
THERE "WILL BE A BALL
GIVEN AT MUSIC HALL OK
SATURDAY" EVENING,- .
MARCH 29, 1S79.
- - - PROPRIETOR,
AT $1 50 P32E. IZI-:
promptly and regularly supplied.
Arndt & Ferchen,
Machine Shop-1 sgg
In the ciiv. 7x
All Kinds o! "
33n;ie, Cannery ami JSteamljont
Work promptly attended to.
Vi'ator Street Roadway,
Noar Humo's Cannery, Astoria, Oregon.
and all kind
ins done to or-
ALL SHIP ASP ENGINE WOEK A
S. LERKILL & CO.,
i ' Blacksmiths and Blachinists.
Capt. ROGERS' OLD STAND Near Express
Office. ASTORIA, - OREGON.
All work in our line, heavv or lisht, done with
neatness and dispatch.
Horseslioeing, Wa- S$
on and Farm
T.VOEK A SPECIALTY.
HAYING SEfTREP THE SERVICER OT
Mr. S. A. Gaines of K. an oyperlenced
Farriorof 25 years in tho business, and well
known to Astoria horsemen, we are propared to
do shoeing in umanner to euro lameness or pre
vent it in horses entrusted to our care.
yff"All work warranted and at reaponabl
piUS. A. 3XAY,
Foreign and Domestic Fruit
Nuts, Candies, Yankee Notions, Toys.
Finest brands of -
CIGARS AND TOBACCO.
Chenamus street, - AsxoEiiu
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