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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 31 May 1879

CO "Vol. ix. Astoria, Oregon, Saturday Morning, May 31, 1879. !STo. 27. . u. j- - i i"Kn ,-"j TELEGiIiA.l?HIC I EASTERN STATES. 2Ir.s. Grander Again a Widoiv. , New Yoisk, May 29. Judge . Donahue yesterday confirmed the j report of the referee in the suit of Airs. Maria L. Granger for annul ment of her marriage to Tiios. Blair, lately dismissed from a cap taincy in the armv. Judgment in favor of Mrs entered. Granger has been A Koyal OiTi For Grant. NkwJokk, May 29 A New Haven special announces the ar rival there last night of the iron steamer Norman Monarch, 20 days from Constantinople, bringing two handsome gray Arabian stallions given to Grant by the sultan :f Turkey. They are in fine condi tion, and will probably be sent to their owners farm in the west. The Norman Monarch will take back to Constantinople 59,000 stand of arms for the Turkish government. The cargo will be worth about 1,000,000. Horrible A":tir in Maryland. Hagkustown, May 29. At about 2 o'clock this morning fire w...

Publication Title: Daily Astorian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 31 May 1879

' r n &'' ,'1 w (t) Ixe mb& JVstxrriaii. ASTORIA. OREGON: D. C. IRELAXI. .Editor. SATURDAY May 31, 1X70. CITIZENS MASS MEETING. A mass meeting of the citizens of Astoria will be held in this city, at the Court-house, on SATURDAY EVENING XEXT, May :Jlst, I8:!J, To take into consideration matters connected with the proposed railroad. Every citizen of Astoria, and the country surrounding, are earnestly re quested to be present at this meeting. NEW ADVEUTISEaiENTS. BOAT AXW XET PICKED ITI May 28th, in the breakers n the bar, a Ashing boat anil net. which the owner or uvi tiers can have upon proof of owerslnp ana paying charges. Apply at the Gloucester House. Astoria. . .... ., v v7-tf JOHN DONOVAN. FOUXI.- About COO fathom gill net web. No. 3 Harbours twine. 13 mesh, m two pieces. Owner call have the .same by prov me property and "B chaigja. u & Upper Astoria. May 30it79. 2Vf Harbor of Refuge. The locality spoken of by Mr. New some m his letter to-day as the place for harbor...

Publication Title: Daily Astorian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 31 May 1879

T ? 5-- r - w' ' "" W '" f t "-ejr ' -flfWHF5 C33 glxo gttiltj sXxnAnu, ASTORIA OREGON ISSUED EVERY MORNING, Monday Lxcontcd.. D. C. IRELAXI) : : P17BI.ZSKER. Aztvruiti Bnihlinxj, Cass street. Terms of Subscription ; bcrved by Carrier, per week- .25 Cent Sent by mail. tour months..... . 58 00 Seat by mail, cno year........ J 00 free of I'optazo to subscribers. C3T Advertisements inserted by the year at! the rate of Si "0 ver square per month. Transient advertising, by the day or week, fifty cents per square for each insertion. THE CITY. The Daily Astoria vjiII he rent by mailatlo cents a month, free of potxiqc. Renti ers who cmtcm))latcahcnccfrnn the city can have Tub Astokia.v follow litem, Daily or Wkickly edition In any ptnt-njlicc wiUt vut anUlitional expense. Aiiar&c may he cnaimea as often as nesired. Leave oracrs at Vic attiittinv rtxnn. Mr. Schmeer landi business. is absent ia. Port- The Aucun left 140 tons of her carijo at Astoria. Do not forget Mrs. Carrie Clarke Ward'...

Publication Title: Daily Astorian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 31 May 1879

yv'wp y--- oPs-P"'1-- grwnf? yyw f oyymi 'm m iw m vis, vw W&,?4'mSrWi- CLOSING OUT SALE ! T ASTORIA OREGON TIDE TABLE EOR ASTORIA. From tables of United States Coast Survey. AT TTTR TBIF TE3T High Water. Low Water. ItlIEBIIIBIlI",ll,,,,l,,,,,,",l:,,J,S,,,,B,,8a,Darj",,,aa,,,e,ll WE WOULD RESPECTFULLY ANNOUNCE TO THE PUBLIC THAT 1VE A HE ALOUT QO CLOSE OUT OUR LARGE AND WELL ASSORT ED STOCK OF DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, BOOTS AND SHOES, FANCY GOODS, ISITS, OS. cfco., jT" IKTIS'S? COST PB.ICES, UNTIL ALL ARE GONE, AS WE INTEND TO CLOSE UP BUSINESS IN ASTORIA. SCHLUSSEL & KANT. Cor. Clienantns and Main streets, Astoria, Orison. D.ite. a. M. p. u. I. M. 1. M. IB 0 23 .. 7 211 0 31.. 7) 7 38 8 18! 1 :.. .tl 8 48 U 141 2 48.. I 9 T4 10 071 4 01., 2 12 15 10 h"t o 14.. 3 0 22 ..11 431 ( 23.. OSS 1 ."if. 2 Ki 4 49 , h 40 4 1 221 7 22 0 41 5 0 32 2 15! 8 1 1 7 33 ; 1 20 .. 3 0") i) (W .. 8 2j 7 2 01 3 t 1) 4.", 1) lp PORT OF ASTORIA. GBAND CLKARASCKS AM) DEPARTURES. SAILKD. State of Calif...

Publication Title: Daily Astorian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 1 June 1879

03 wttatim. mt jl4UwJrJrJlJ Vol. ix. Astoria, Oregon, Sunday Morning, June 1, 1879. No. 28. Tr"PTi"F1QT?APJJIO I EASTERN STATES. A distressing Misfortune. Island Pond, Vt., May 20. There have been nine deaths so .far of children who drank from the poisoned brook. Edward Morse lost two, John Aldrich three, Fred Simpson one, L. Wilson one, Mr. Park one, John Cole one. Others :annot live. Potato tops, poison ed by Paris green, thrown into the brook, are regarded as the cause of the poisoning, rather than the carcasses of dead animals. Terri ble distress prevails, and work is suspended- Twenty-seven chil dren were poisoned from drinking from the brook. The farmer who allowed the carcasses to be thrown in will be arrested. The bodies of the children soon decompose and are quickly buried. Island Pond, Vt., May 30 Two more children of John Aid rich have died from drinking of the poisoned brook, making five, his entire family. Mrs. Aldrich is insane. FOREIGN NEWS. The lAitc jYaval ILsntcr. ...

Publication Title: Daily Astorian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 1 June 1879

C?J ll'J . BU.tm M.I.L IIJ.B1 Xxz Sails stoumm ASTORIA. OREGON: O. C. IRELAND Editor. SUNDAY JrxE 1, 1879. The Greenback-irs "Elysium Mechanics get sixty dollars a day, and common laborers sixteen a day in Buenos Ayres. Book-keepers get twenty thousand dollars a year and extra zeal as a manager brings senventy-tive thousand dollars. The paper dollar is worth three cents in gold. A loaf of bread costs thee dol lars. Underground Telegraphing. A beginning is being made of not a new system if telegraphing, but a new method of laying telegraphic wires. It is proposed to dispense with the telegraphic poles which have here' fore turned the streets of cities into unsightly lines of posts, and wires strung with the relics of dismembered kites, tangled strings, fluttering bits of papers and old nigs. The plan is to lay the wires inside of pipes buried beneat the soil. Should it be proven that the plan is a good one as a work ing method, one might hope to see the whole network of wires before ...

Publication Title: Daily Astorian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 1 June 1879

o) 3 gJX EillJ SXttXimi. ASTORIA OREGON ISSUED EVERY MORNING, Monday Excepted J. D. C. IRELAND : : PUBLISHER. Astorian Buildhij, Caxs street. Terms of Subscription : berved by Carrier, per week .........25 Ccnt. Sent by mail, four months .- 53 00 Sent by mail, cne year 9 00 free of Posuieo to subscribers. G35" Advertisements inserted by tbo year at the rate of Si 50 ier square per month. Transient ndvertir-ing, by the day or weok, fifty cents per square for each insertion. THE CITY. The Datlv astqkias will he ttnt by moilatir centx a month, frccof postage. Rccui cm who contemplate absence from the city can. have The Astokian follow them. Daily or Weekly mWwu to any post-oiticc with out additional expense. Adarcsscs may he enanged as often a expired. Leave orders at Vie counting ronm. The boys were enjoying Lite kite flying yesterday in Astoria. Mr. J. Cod' has opened a fruit and vegetable store in Dr. Kinsey's block. He is also prepared to serve lunch, hot cdfe, etc. Services in Pre...

Publication Title: Daily Astorian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 1 June 1879

EnH33 MaMi jyPlyitiTtTri iiipr rwTi." - ? i&1&&5itr'aX-- -WfH. ?; S i-wf?r, f ?? C1J Selling Out! Selling Out!! Selling Out!! ASTORIA.. OREGON TIDE TABLE POR ASTORIA. From tahles of United States Coast Survey T f an AT THE WE MAKE NO EMPTY BOASTS, BUT MEAN STRICTLY BUSINESS!! OUR EXTENSIVE AND "WELL SELECTED STOCfc OF DRY GOODS, STAPLE GOODS, FANCY GOODS, FURNISHING GOODS, MENS AND BOYS CLOTHING, BOOT, SHOES, HATS AND CAPS, ETC., Must be closed out in three month from date. We therefore offer all goods at STRICTLY NET COST PRICES, and hope you will improve your chance and secure first-class goods at """ SCHLUSSEL & KANT. High Water. j Low Water. Date. A. m. p. m. I A. M. P. m. S9 fi 25 .. 7 231 0 31 ..-. 0 5S . - 7 33 8 18! 1 30 v... 1 5G 31 8 48 9 141 2 48 2 55 I 9 59., 10 071 4 01 S 6$ 2 12 15 10 551 5 14 4 49 3 0 22 11 43 G 23 5 46 4 1 22 v. 7 22 w 6 41 5 0 32 2 151 8 14 7 33 Ty 1 20 3 031 9 03 8 23 7 2 05 3 46 j 9 45 9 10 PORT OF ASTORIA. CLEARANCES AA'D DEPARTUR...

Publication Title: Daily Astorian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 3 June 1879

"t 0) twntaL Vol. ix. Astoria, Oregon, Tuesday Morning, June 3, 1879. No. 29. (j MH 't ASTORIA. The Railroad to Winnemucca and the Habor of Refuge Discussed. A SOTJJER LETTER FROM UNCLE DA VI D SEWSOME-COSCLUS10SS OF "THE ASTORIAN" SUSTAISED. Written for Tin: astokian The meeting of citizens and business men of Astoria, on last Satur day evening in the Court-house, to take into consderation immediate action for building the first section of the above road, beginning at Astoria and going eastward to Forest Grove, jjave encouragement to the friends of the work. Discouragement has suc ceeded discouragement in this worthy enterprise. It has been the common opinion in the Wallamet valley and somewhat elsewhere, that the country from Forest Grove to Astoria was a collection of towering moun tains, unlit for settlement; and that it would require millions of dollars to build that road. And also, that the "Wallamet river would answer ail pur poses for an outlet for all the com merce of the v...

Publication Title: Daily Astorian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 3 June 1879

(0 -v,Vr ', 5! ipailTj gvsicrxdim. ASTOEIA. OREGON: D. C. IREIAXI EUtor. TUESDAY JrNE 3, 1879. The Railroad Wu-Wa. That little railroad talk at the Court-house Saturday night stirred the people up in Astoria. We be lieve every man in the city will now take hold earnestly, and assist the movement. If we only awaken to a realizing sense of the situa tion, now is the time to grasp the opportunity to make Astoria what it -should be. There is to be an other meeting at the Court-house next Saturday evening. Don't you forget it. The Greatest Man Livlm Kings, Princes, and Potentates dwindle into pigmys by the side of the greatest man of the present acre Gen. U. S. Grant. To think that that little insignificant colony of 1776 could produce such a states man inside of a hundred years is somewhat miraculous. "What re teptious! what royal honors! have been bestowed upon him! Think of it, reader; all around the world he has been met by the noblest and the least. Even in Canton on the 6th of last...

Publication Title: Daily Astorian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 3 June 1879

f3J glxs gtoilg Qstoxx&a. ASTORIA OREGON ISSUED EVERY MORNING, Monday Excepted.. O. J. IKELAXD : : PUBLISHER. Atrian Building, iTrz street. Terms of Subscription : berved by Carrier, per week 2o Cents Sent by mail, tour months..... ....-.S3 00 Sent hy mail, cne year f 00 Free of Posuiso to subscribers. CB Advertisements inserted by the year at the rate of Si .U per square per month. Transient advertising, by the day or week, fifty cents per Bauare for each insertion. THE CITY. Tiik Datlv astokia.v Kill he fait by moilntToccnt a monUi.frccof jmxtagc. Reaa tk who contcmvlatcaUtcnccfram the city can have The Astokiax follow them. Dailv or Wkkkia i'-UUoiis to aim pnxt-ojficc with out additional 'xpcnM. Adaro&c may he cnatntcd an often ax ivexiroL Jjcaoe orders at Uie cauiUixa room. Steamer day. Alteon sails out to-day. Oregon to arrive from Frisco. Sir. Geo. W. Hume will arrive by tke Oregon to-day. The weather is getting tropical in the vicinity of Wallula and Umatilla, 97 at t...

Publication Title: Daily Astorian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 3 June 1879

C1J Selling Out! Selling Out!! Out!! ASTORIA OREGON TIDE TABLE EOE ASTORIA. Prom tables of United States Coast Survey. C X V HOU AT THE High Water. Low Water. WE MAKE NO EMPTY BOASTS, BUT MEAN STRICTLY BUSINESS!! OUR EXTENSIVE AND "WELL SELECTED STOCK OF DRY GOODS, STAPLE GOODS, FANCY GOODS, FURNISHING GOODS, MENS AND BOYS CLOTHING, BOOT, SHOES, HATS AND CAPS, ETC., Date. A.M. p. v. K.yi. p. M. Selling ' sll El -, 29 0 2.1 SO 7 3-1 31 - 8 4S ... 1 9fj0 ! 1 -12 13 :; .. 0 22 : a r..."!Z 6 32!!!!!!" 7 231. 0 31.. 1 ;.. 2 4S.. 4 01.. 5 11.. C 23.. 05S 1 50 2 55 : 53 4 41) 5 4G 18. HI. 071. 551. . 2i'. 151. 031. 48 1 . 7 22 .. fi 41 8 14 7 33 i 0:5 .. 8 23 0 45 ! 1U 1 20 ..:; 2 03 3 Must be closed out in three month from date, the lowest rates. We therefore offer all goods at STRICTLY NET COST PRICES, and hope you will improve your chance and secure first-class goods at SCHLUSSEL & KANT. PORT OF ASTORIA. CLEARANCES AA'D DEPARTURES. t SAII,KI. State "of California, ss. -!00 tons, Deb...

Publication Title: Daily Astorian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 4 June 1879

--. - - T--'Jcr .-?lt T c rT J 1 "Mil A1 '- - M . . J- Vol. ix. Astoria, Oregon, Wednesday Morning, June 4, 1879. sT. 30. af.yikft r.u.L.i.-.zrjr: TTItl ilV T ! ' i r --' t IV I I I M ill" swjTfl w IP y ,Jfl ra 13 7 TELEGRAPHIC. EASTER M STATES. TEte ISccesal Storm. Irving, Kansas, Junel. Thirty deaths here are certain, and bo iDeople badly injured by the recent cj'clone. People want money to ;et necessaries which are at hand. From 50 to GO families at Frank fort, Kansas, are houseless and des titute of clothing, farming imple ments and provisions. The citi zens of that place donated 700. More aid is needed. Sahetiia, June 2. Seventy-five to 100 persons here ;re destitute of eveiything. In the vicinity of Beattie, bedding and clothing is in great demand. The 3s:ti!ia:t!t:iBi Run It TCoMicrj. New York, June 2. The whole story of the Manhattan savings bank burglary, has at last come out through the confession of one of the burglars. Saturday night Oapt T3yrnes and his detectives ar re...

Publication Title: Daily Astorian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 4 June 1879

-HMr5Sf t .'K 'Vvv 11lTj fU UJfcwCry Lt,mi 1 u .V.-jfc-. ,; ,n ll gftc U&ilTj jsto&sm. ASTORIA. OREGON JFJ. C. IRELAND .Knior. WEDNESDAY Jit.vk 4, 1ST!). Novel Temperance Scheme. The great temperance work now going on in this country, is not con lined wholly to the radical organiza tions of the land, but is receiving much help from a recently inaugura ted society of a rather novel character, in New York city. The first public meeting of the Business mens so ciety," was held a few evenings since at Chickering hall, Mr. F. J5. Tlmr ber, well known to Astorians, oceu p3Ting the chnir. There are some new features about this society which ren der it especially remarkable in this reformatory age. In the iirst place, its declared object and purport is for "the encouragement of moderation in the nse of intoxicating liquors." The occasion of the first public meeting of the society had the tendency to bring out a large audience. Among the prominent persons on the platform, were Dr. Cr...

Publication Title: Daily Astorian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 4 June 1879

P ". 1rt? ' Y .- 1(3) ' .jj !.-. .-fc. 35& JD'ain; ;stoiBU, ASTORIA OUECJOX F2KE AX.AIS3I. ISSUED EVERY UORNIKG, 'wms of Subscription ; iverve'I by Oarnor. icr wotc 25 (iet Sant. by mail, ion r months Sent by mail, cne year - l froo of INhwkc to .-ub:Hjribor. A hours of lire alarm boll of this city pealed forth an alarm which hustled the depart ment out on the double-quick, and set the whole city and the immediate vicinity wild with excitement. It linallytnrned out that the alarm " was caused by the stupidity or gross carelessness of somebody living in a i shanty on a scw just above Kinney's - , . ,. i.v ti... vnr mi ' farms cannerv, who had Silled his stove Ilamlcl and Haydn Society's Con t cert. singular ronridenre or i wo Fire At Metropolitan hall, on lliur&daj .simultaneously, r :i Ac; kle.u:al evening. .June o, 1S79. at 8 o clock : P. m., C'au.tcN. at itic .Same Alarm. , first concert of the Ilaiulel and Uayun ! society of Astor'.a. ,. . , ,. ,.. i.J l'AIIT F.r.ST. yest...

Publication Title: Daily Astorian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 4 June 1879

-- ?". (StvSJ'v!; X& ltilaj QsisxZ&tL ASTORIA OREGON TIDE TABLE EOR ASTORIA. From tables of United States Co:ist Survey. AT THE wwjiutjt "y5yr "w !. r- - j -'.tpp - - hi i i i ' . . ks ' ip f '.' . . -.-.- fw- . - , - CI) Sellino Out? SsSSino Out?' SpHiindi OuffV 5B JkjiAt, ai MUi lfNirM id&rfiSfcij Sfcgt toiJ DrfSl w&togj Mj High Water. Low Water. Date. a. i. i: y. . :. t. m. 23 - C 25 .. 7 2H 0 .11 0 fS .10 7 33 8 18! 1 . 1 ii SI .. 8 48 111 2 48 2 55 L 9 5t 10 071 4 01 : 58 2 -.12 15 10 551 11 4 4! 3 0 22 -II 431 (5 23 5 40 4 1 2i 7 22 - fi 4 5 - 0 32 2 15' 8 14 7 ."3 6 1 20 - 3 Oil J) lit 8 24 7 2 Oj H 4fij J) 45 ft lu t mm PORT OF ASTORIA. CLKARAXCKS A.D UKPAIITITRKS WE MAKE NO EMPTY BOASTS, BUT MEAN STRICTLY BUSINESS!! OUR EXTENSIVE AND "WELL SELECTED STOCK OF DRY GOODS, STAPLE GOODS, FANCY GOODS, FURNISHING GOODS, MENS AND BOYS CLOTHING, BOOT, SHOES. HATS AND CAPS, ETC., Must lie closed out in thret month from date. e therefore offer all goods at STRICTLY NET ...

Publication Title: Daily Astorian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 5 June 1879

-fmfffn'iV' ft, 0) 0tt Vol. ix. Astoria, Oregon, Thursday Mjorniiig, June 5, 1879. No. 31. 3HJ (l nn ij 2lfit TELEGRAPHIC. EASTERN STATES. Effects of Uie Sorni. Omaha, May 3. Reports re ceived by the Herald from the southern part of the state, where the storm of hist week was the severest, show that although in a few places there was slight damage to crops, that on the whole the rain did a very great amount of good, and in some cases most gratifying prospects of abundant vield where before there had been danger of doubt. Washington jVcus. Washington, June 3. The honse committee appropriation to day agreed to report bills extend ing the salaries of Representatives Schleicher, of Texas, and Clark, of Iowa, deceased, the same to be paid to their respective widows. The senate in executive session to-day confirmed all the suspended army nominations. Each and every nomination sent to the sen ate since the -Ath of March is now confirmed. The result of last night's meet ing of democratic ca...

Publication Title: Daily Astorian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 5 June 1879

aj gftc g&iBj stxaimx. ASTORIA. OREGON: . I. G. IBELAXD Editor. THURSDAY. Jtxk ", 1879. Bottom Dropped Out. Salmon is abundant. We never saw finer fish in- any climate. But the market has continually dropped, dropped, dropped; until the bottom of the cans is entirely out. Who will dispute now what The Astokian- said five weeks ago; that with a dropping market for the cased goods, and a rising price for raw fish, who could tell what day would be the da' of the final burst up. A blind man cnn see it now. The more fish you get this season, after contracts are filled, the poorer you become, unless jtou are a fisherman in fact. The best price that could be got two weeks ago was $1 10 to $1 1284: 50 a case. Now it is 1 0G to $1 07 per dozen SI 28 per case being the highest. Who can fail to feel the consequences of this thing. Save your money and go slow, if you would not be hungry next win tor, is our advice. Salmon Disease- It is stated that the salmon disease has appeared in the Twe...

Publication Title: Daily Astorian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 5 June 1879

0) glx ga&Irj jstoimx. ASTORIA .... ..OREttOX ISSUED EVERY MORNING, Monday Excepted. C. IKKI-AX!) t t IUISIjI.SXEER. 4.soriai, Bvihliiiq, Cass Street. f. f arms of Subscription : bervetl by Carrier, per woek .25 Cent Sent by mail, four months -.a H Sent by mail, cne your 9 OU free of Po?tso to subscribers. rt&r Advertisements morted by theyoar at the rate of Si 0 ior inrc per -month. Transient adverti-ins, by the day or tvoofc, fifty cents por square for oicli insertion. THE CITY. Turc Daily astoiua.v will he pent hy rnailatlocout.-i a month, frccof pottage, ficaa civ who citntcmiHaicalmejncnfrom the cily can have Tins Astokian toWov them, Daii.v r Wkkicly t'AiU touts to any xM-olico ivith tml additional xih-h.c. jlilarcmc man he cnanyeti ax often u aexircd. Leave orders at the amntiwj room. C. A. May lias lots of fresh fruit. Handel niirht. and ILiydn society to- Mr. Leinenuober has a very sick child at his house. Norris has added new attractions to his beautiful gallery. C...

Publication Title: Daily Astorian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 5 June 1879

00 Selling Out! Selling Out!! 3J&e ailjj Jstaefem. Out!! ASTORIA OREGON TIDE TABLE FOR ASTORIA. From tobies of United States Coast Survey. HOU AT THE WE MAKE NO EMPTY BOASTS, BUT MEAN STRICTLY BUSINESS!! OUR EXTENSIVE AND "WELL SELECTED STOCK OP DRY GOODS, STAPLE GOODS, FANCY GOODS, FURNISHING GOODS, MENS AND BOYS CLOTHING, BOOT, SHOES, HATS AND CAPS, ETC., High Water. Low Water. Date. A. M. P.M. A. M. p. M. 29 - 0 25 7 21 0 31.. 30 7 SJ 8 18! 1 36.. 51 8 48 f) 141 2 48. , 05S . 1 5G . 2 55 . : 53 I 9 59 10 071 4 01. 2 -12 15.. .10 351 5 14 4 49 ... 0 22 ..It 43 6 2S.. m m j 221 7 22., , 5 40 . G4! 5 0 32.... T. 1 20. .. 7 2 05.... 2 151 8 14 7 .T3 3 05J. 3 4(5 j. 9 03. 9 45. 8 23 Must he closed out in three month from date, the lowest rates. "We therefore offer all goods at STRICTLY NET COST PRICES, and hope you -will improve your chance ami secure first-class goods at SCHLUSSEL & KANT. y' 9 10 PORT OF ASTORIA. Selling S1E5-, CLEARANCES AND DEPARTURES. SAILKI). Ancon, str. ...

Publication Title: Daily Astorian, The
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