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GRAND CLOSING OFT SALE ! !
TIDE TABLE FOR ASTORIA.
From tables of United States Coast Survey.
AT THE w BITE H O U
Date. a. m. p. m.
XfE WOULD RESPECTFULLY ANNOUNCE TO THE PUBLIC THAT AVE ARE ABOUT TO CLOSE OUT OUR LARGE AND WELL ASSORT-
1 2 ."S !l Hi S 2:
i-.u cauuiv ur
's - z is y 1.1 s. u if.
DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, BOOTS AND SHOES, FANCY GOODS,
HATS, OAIES cfco-, .T 3XT"E3T COST :F:E.XO:E2S,
UNTIL ALL ARE GONE, AS WE INTEND TO CLOSE UP BUSINESS IN ASTORIA.
-M 2 54 4. JH 10 31 N
27 3 ttS 5 -2ti 11 14 10 -12
2 4 30 G 17 li 59 11 -14
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i 7 13 8 471 1 47 2 SH
2 -8 54 ; 40 2 53 3 24
3 -10 11 10 15 4 OS 4 25
SCHLUSSEL & KANT.
Cor. Chenanius and Main streets, Astoria. Oron.
PORT OP ASTORIA.
'Ct,iCAJiA.a-:s a.d ijeparitres.
Shubrick, US. Light-house str..Kortz. SF April 29
Idaho, str. Kr77 tons. Alexander. S F April .
Ancon. air. 1610 tons. Debney. S. 1 April '21
Rival. bk'iW tons. Adams. S. K. April 17.
Scawfcll. Br bk. 4S9 tons. Evans. LUorponl. Apr 17
Corrientps. Br. bk. 593 tons, Jones. Liverpool
"Orient, brie 312 tons. Williams. S. F. April 11
Sea Waif, brie, 273 tens, J. . Denny, Master. S.
F. April 11
ARRIVALS FROM SKA.
Goo VT. Elder 1709 tons Boles. S. F April 29
Melancthon. bkt. 2HS tons Manson S F April 'J!
Trustee, new schooner, McAllcp, S. F. April 23.
Gali forma, str. 674 tons. Thorn. Sitka April 16
Flonora. sch. 75 tons. Thronsen.TiIIamook. Mcli 21
Kate L Herron. sch Betts. Tillamook. March 21.
MoNearship 13US tonsTajlor. Hongkong. Nov 12
Valley Forge, sh 123G tons. Woodberry. Bombay.
flaribaldi sh 1-131 tonsThatchcr.HonBkonnSept.27
Wildwood, sh. 1046 tons, Ilamman. Hongkong.
vessels oa the va r.
Worth Bend bkt 376 tons Ilondlctt S F April 30
AlDha. sch. 2S tons, Starr, Tillamook. April 29
Oregon, ss. 22-50 tons. Connor. S F Me 2
flerraon, sh New York, via Baltimore. Dec 6
Eric the Red. sh. 15S8 tons. Small, Philadelphia.
Empire sh 1131 tons. Lockic. Philadelphia.
btate of California, P. C. S. S.. Lnchlan Philadel
phia, March 10.
Tabor, ship. 1339 tons, Minot, Philadelphia Feb 27
Eliza McNeil, ship. 1532 tons, Morton, Philadel
phia. Apnl 1M.
FKOM rOUKIGN TOUTS.
Atden Besse, bk. 812 tns, Nejes, fm Hongkong.
Citv of Vienna. Brsh 104(1 tons, Capt. D. Steven.
London. March 2d s ta Adelaido.
"Ooloiaa, bJc. &53 tons, Hall, lionckonc. March 26.
Dovenby. Br bk. Penny, Glasgow. March 3, via
Raster Hall. Br bk. f60 ton. Roirbay.
Forward. Br. bk. 745 ton:, VandervooSt, Hong
kong April 23
Grlodeffpr. Br. sh.fWlons, Cummings, Liverpool.
Jan. 17, via Honolulu.
Horbnrt Black, bk, 576 tens. Treat. Hongkong.
Hertfordshire. 855 tons. Thompson Liverpool Nov
13, via Victoria,
traii Queen. 'Brsh. 796 tons. Smith, Liverpool, Beo
8, via Victoria.
-tjock Fergus. Brbk, 84C tons, Cann, Bombay.
Matchless, ship, 1IC5 tons, Dawes, fin Hongkong,
Mattie Macleay. bk. 236 tons. Pope, Honolulu.
Mormon McLeoa, Br bk, 834 tons. Pierrepont,
avenscrag. Br sh. 12.T3 tons, Btigham, Liverpool,
March 23 via Honolulu.
Stonewall Jackson, ship, 1109 tons, Hongkong.
Utillman B. Allen, baric, 1120 tons, Taylor, Hong-
San-Luis. Br bk, 591 tons, Linn. Liverpool, April
9. via Victoria.
8. Jackson, bark, Hongkong.
...Mr. Peter Wilhelm lias perma
nently fitted up a shipmaster's reading
room in connection with the Gem saloon
-in Astoria. The latest shipping papers
-and homeward and outward bound ship
ping lists are kept on file. Telegraph
office in the same building.
QIBSON , HAMILTON & HIGGINS.
Provision and General
Cor. Concomly and Benton streets.
ASTORIA, - - - - OREGON
f KBNCIARD & BPSHDR
Successors to CapL -Geo. Flaucl
IE0AT, STEEL, COAL,
Builders' and General Hard
ware, "-A.inJO'TJS, OILS
-At Use Olrt s(1KIisl -y-i
Well known Stand
Chen am us Street,
O- J. SMITEE,
(IK THE ASWIrtAh UUILUING)
AS JUST REVIVED A LOT OF NEV.
goods, 'consisting of
SI EN'S AND ROYS
0AL2 AND KEP BOOTS
Bnckls and Congress Gaiters,
Women, Misses and Childicn's
Af hi'ch will be sold.at the very lowcstpricci.
Portland to San Francisco.
Cnrrylnsr the U. S. Mails iiiul Wells.
Faryro A- C'o's Kxpress.
THi: PACIFIC COAST
v ste.-unshin Company will
fZfi?A& dispatch their fast and fa
E. ALEXANDER COMMANDER
For the above port on
Tuesday, April 20th.. at 5 A. M
THROUGH TICKETS sold o all the prin
cipal cities m the United States and Canada.
For Passage and Freights, apply to
J. McCRAKEN .v -CO., Agents.
GO, 62 arid 01 North Front street.
For Port Townsend, Victoria, Nan
aimo, Fort Wrangle and Sitka.
Carrying U. S. trails.
F THE STEAMSHIP
CII AS. TIK)ltX Commander
Will leavo Fip.nder'i Wharf, foot of C street
for the above ports.
rE.-fcSDAY, April 30, 1S79.
For Freight or Passago apply to
En. C. JirtSHES. Purser.
Astoria to Forts Stevens, Canby, II
waco, Oysterville and Olympia.
llwaco Steam Navigation Go.
&. Until further notice the llwaco
tSp"S- Steam Navigation Co'ssteamor
Will leavo Astoria on
Mondayx, Tucmlays, and Saturdays,
At 9 A.M.,
Fridays at 1-4 A. 91.. and I P. .H.
Tort SIocils, Fori Canby. and lMtnco
Connecting with 1j. A. Loomrs'staceslbr Oi.c
torviile and Olyannia, on Tuesday's and Sat
urday's. Fare to Fort Steven- r0cts
Canby and llwaco 1 oo
RC5For Ticket?. Towbro or Charter apply
either at the office of the Company, U ray's
wharf, foot of Benton street, or to the Captain
J. II. D. GRAY, Aeent,
For Tow.age or Charter.
mHE JtELIARLE STEAM-TUG
Kir VAJN Wl.iMv.L,
AL. HARRIS Master
Is in first-class order and. until further no
tice, is ready for business in the line of tow
ing, carrying p;issengers, or jobbing, any
where on the rivers, from Astoria to Portland,
the Forts, or points on the bay. Apply on
For Charter to any Ioint on the
Ray or River.
The At fasl?teiiiii Yacht,
(r4 tons register.)
FRED S. MUNSON Mastkr.
Is now fitted in the very best style, and
Chartered for Rfrsiur.ss or PIcaMuro.
At RoiLsouablc rates.
This is the only perfectly furnished steam
yacht on tlr bay. and complete satisfaction
is guaranteed to persons employing her.
Csif-For chapter, or business of any kind,
apply on board or to
Occident Hotel, Astoria.
For Skipanon, Klaskanine, Cowlitz
milE FINE SIDE-WHEEL
A. C. FISHER Master
Will leave Filter's wharf for Skipanon
daily at S o'clock a. m. (Sundays excepted.)
On Saturdays will make regular trips to
Klaskanine and back.
ivtfOcrasIonnl trips will also be made to
For further particulars see Capt. on board.
THE ASTORIA BREWERY
RUDOLPH EARTH & MICHAEL MEYER,
Comer of Olney and Water streets,
P.cst quality or -LA GJill BEERS cts. per glass
Choice Wines, Liquors, and Cigars always
xwrTlie patronage of the public is respect
fully solicited. Orders for Lager or Bottled
lleer in any quantity promptly filled.
CSTTlte nest Innch the season will afford
furnished day and nidit FdlEE.
CITY BOOK STORE,
MAIN ST.. AST0UTA.
CHAS. STEVEXS & SO.
Invite the attention of purchasers to their
stock, ju hud m
The Finest Selection !
The Cheapest Prices I
The Greatest Worth!
LADIES' DIARIES AND PURSES
COMB AND HRUSn POCKETS:
CUTLERY, .JEWELRY, CHARMS,
LADIES' FANCY BOARD. ETC.;
GOLD PENS AND PENCILS;
PAINT PENCILS, GUTTAPERCHA
EXCELSIOR DIARIES, BLANK
BOOKS, STATIONERY, ETC.
CSAU goods sold at lowest cash prices.
CHAS. STEVENS & SON.
City Book Store to Main street, two doors
from the Pioneer Restaurant, opposite the
bakery of Mrs. C. Binder.
llrAT.T. T1 77?7?. T?2.
PICTURE FRAMES, Etc.
The finest and best in the market, all new.
3ST HOUSEKEEPERS ARE IN
VITED TO CALL AND INSPECT
RfTTno public Is invited to call, examine
my goods and prices.
Astoria, Oregon, April 2. 1S79.
W. E- DEMENT,
ff DEUGGIST. f
Carries a full Assortment of
PAINTS, OIL AND GLASS.
Prescriptions filled with care Day or Night.
t3 Manufacturer of Fishermen's Relief.
A suro preventative of Chapped Hands, and
euro for Fish Wounds.
Has just received direct from the manufac
turers, the largest and best assortment of
Ever imported to this State. Send in your
orders earlv. Address :
Wm. PFUNDER & CO.
Lock box 21R. Portland, Oregon.
FIXE FAItmXtt JiAXI for SAIiE
AT OVEK.IEXT Fit ICES.
The homestead claim of Hayden fiearhart
on Lewis and Clark's rhcr. containing
OO Acres of which is creek bottom in
oiie hod v balance good up land.
Impure of R. It. SPEDDEN.
Stone and Marble Cutter,
ASTORIA. - - - OREGON.
All kinds of building work, and monumen
tal work attended to promptly and to order.
New Goods for the Season
A FULL LINE OF
Oil Skins, Euhber Boots,
And everything needed for the
A I.SO :
A Full and Complete Stock,
Consisting in part of
A FULL HI nTUIUP I?01 MEN
LINE (DF ULU I nlnU AND ROYS.
Gents Furnishing Goods ;
Large Stock of Family Groceries;
Canned Fruits, Etc.;
YV:rtcues, Jewelry, Marine and Opera
Resides a choice lot ot
TOBACCO AND CIGARS,
Wholesale and Retail. Call and see.
MATN ST.. - - - ASTORIA. OON.
UNDERTAKER AND CABINET MAKER.
ISquemocfjha street, next door to Aitorian
building, Astoria, Oregon.
, nsr'All work done in a skillful manner on
j short notico and at reasonably prices.
i Undertaker's funushin" goods always sm
Old Stand, Near tlie Walla Walla Restaurant.
Saa IPraxiGisG Store
IS NOW OPEN AND READY TO SUPPLY FISHERMEN, AND MECHANICS
GENERALLY WITH THE BEST QUALITY OF
OJUOTHXmCSv BOOTS AMT& SHOSS,
Gent's Furnishing Goods. Etc.
SSTThis is the only place in the city of Astoria where yon can buy the Genuina
Carters Cape li Oil Silas, aid all Ms of Unite Boots.
ggTGoods will be sold at the very lowest market rates, but for CASH ONLY.
S. DAXKIER. Proprietor.
ALL THE FISHERMEN, "W0RX1NGMEN AND THEIR FRIENDS
On the Columbia river and tributaries, to save nionev, keep thenielcs drv and
comfortable, and patronize home industry by oidering their
SHIRTS, JUMPERS, AND OIL CLOTHING,
ASTORIA SKIRT AND OIL CLOTHING MANUFACTORY,
CORNER OLNEY AND SQUEMOQ1IE STREETS.
Which is fully prepared to supply them ALL with an thing in ihe line of workimmien'a
apparel. Nothing but first-c!a:vs material ummi and all woik warranted. Our oil clothing
will be found at all t lie principal stores and canneries in Asioria. and along the river. R
sure to get a Miit for the coming fishing season, because it Is undoubtedly the bt.
Manufacturer of and Dealer in Lager and Bottled Beer.
EThe Columbia TJretvcry has every facility, and using none but the best
materials and employing experienced brewers, -will warrant satisfaction in filling
all orders. Orders from abroad promptly attended to.
M. MEYER Proprietor.
HAVING EVERY FICILITV FOR THE MANUFACTURE OF A FIl'STCLAS AH.
ticle, I am now prepared to furnish the public with the finest quality, for cash.
AT 30 CEXTS PER GAIiTjOX.
W JBCOXiES A TiIE.
fc57FamKies and keepers of public houses promptly and regularly supplied.
M. MEYKU. Proprito-. ASTORIA. OREGON.
Water Street Roadway,
Near Humo's Cnnncry. Astoria, Oregon.
and all kind;
ing dono toor-
ALL SHIP AND ENGINE WORK A
Arndt & Ferchen,
tn tlipitv. - i.GJZZli&&'J
" 5 ? -- Ju
All kinds of " - -
Ensliic, Caimry ami Stenmhont
Work proinptlv attiMided to.
THERE WILL BE A BALL
GIVEN AT MUSIC HALL 0'
APRIL 30, 1S70.
THE BEST -Aj5Rts
J ' zn.r-z'j v is r if.fw
ening for 187
AT $1 so ii:r dozes.
MERRILL & CO.,
Blacksmiths and machinists,
Capt. ROGERS' OLD STAND Near Expre
Office. ASTORIA. - OREGON.
All work in our lino, heavv or lipht, done witi
neatness and dispatch.
Horseshoeing, Wag- j pfe
on ana irarm jsz
WORK A SPECIALTY.
HAVING SECURED THE SERVICES OF
Mr. S. A. Gninos of Kv an experienced
Farrier of 25 years in the business, and well
known to Astoria horsemen, wo iiro prepared to
doshticlu in a mannor to cure lamene&h or pro
vent it in hiTses entrusted to our c.tre.
xrj-AH work warranted and at reasonable
:NEW TAILORING SHOP.
(In A. W. Cone's lhiilding.1
"Watisi: S'mKirr astoui a. Orkgox.
(Iite of TaconnO.
BEGS LEaHC TO INFORM THE POT?
lic that he is now prepared to make all
kinds of clothing to order, or to renovate or
i&S'Havinir had an experience of 25 vear.
I T defv competion in the art of making old
clothes look like now. Mvsvstem is knowu
I only to myself, by which I can lengthen
jKiiuaiiHiu iMtimiii jiii'i'irp. eir.
For particulars see .snsaP cards.
Tailor, steam-scourer and Repairer
BflJtw '-JiAUMrtofci fefeit.