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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 12 June 1879

CO J'JPJvMJtlli - Vol. ix. Astoria, Oregon, Thursday Morning, June 12, 1879. No. 37. L v TELEGRAPHIC. EASTERN STATES. The pure ones or earth with tnose nureu in A "Segro Riot in GSeorgia. j Thcnm,:lck goest tll0u to tliy fnr resting place Savawah June 9. A riot Anon, to return, with a bright smiling face: oAjnah, .iiuii, - -n. iiwi. 1H1iiIIK alul dancing ftilliaden with glee took place this afternoon at iVLc- who would dare accuse thee of such arch Intosh, on the Atlantic and Gulf I treachery? railroad, between a party of iiccto Oh ! beautiful sea as, with wonder we gaze . r V ., V,.r On thy bosom so fair, and give unto thee excursionists from Bryan county; praise and those belonsyinsyto the place. Who? ah. who would now think that thy . . ,: P , , , x , I deep, lovely bed It began in a nrlit; between two is strewn with the precious, unsepultured negroes, whereupon John Randall, j Au fts thc mimbt.re that therein re captain of a negro militia company pose. r l - . ,i . r More sink t...

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. — 12 June 1879

reA-rV5' i mrQF " 5 'S-l cz; tr h antn Jr fciJmk. ? t i ' i?MPSpJUE " jfts rixtis JVslxn&aiv ASTORIA. OREGON G. IBELA.VD. ...Editor. THURSDAY ...Junk 12, is7a. liar Fi.sliinsr. The sorry experiences of fishing this year, although it lias cost man' lives and the loss of much property in boats and nets, has demonstrated that tliG best place to catch fish, and the finest fish, is as close as possible to the bar at the entrance of the Columbia river One thing besides that has been learn ed, and that is that the boats used are not adapted to fishing in that locality. If the business is to be carried on hcreafter.it will be neces sary to provide sea going craft to take the place of the little liishing boats. "We need but refer to the list of disasters, day after day, to show the urgency of this suggestion. Tug-boats like the Brenhani, the Astoria or the Columbia, should be used, with nets much longer and deeper than the ones in use, and the nets should be taken up by steam power. A re...

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. — 12 June 1879

nj gle gKB' -S'tormxx, ASTOUIA .... OHK(H)X: ISSUED EVERY MORNING, i Monday Excepted., j I. C. EIIIAXB : : SrilB,IS32:it. , Axiorian ihuhihii. Casts troet. Terms of Subscription : borvod by Carrier, por weak 21 Cents Sont by mail, four months ...... ? OU Soot by mail, cno year H W j Free of Pofuiso to .-ub5cribors. S Advertisements inserted by the year at the rate of $1 -tW jor square per month. rran?ient advertising, by the day or iveok. fifty cents per square for each insertion. THE CITY. ' . The Daiia" astokia.v will he xail by m ail at 75cc nil a month, frceof jwxtafip. Jtcan era wht cotitcmilaicahcncc from the cilu can have The Asthmas follow litem. Daily or Wkkiciv iHlitioM to ana prtst-titficc with out (Uiiiilioiial wncn.c. Atiiirecx man in zncutyvu a often a ticsiroi. Jjxwc oi-acrs of j Oig cuxuitina r'n. Dr. B.ikeraml C. S. Wright leave the city to-day fr Portland. The Home Mutual pays its regtt- j lar monthly dividend of one per cent. Mary McCarty takes her depar ture for ...

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. — 12 June 1879

on Xv JU&o teil JtaSmx, Selling Out! Selling Out!! Selling Out!! ASTORIA OREGON TIDE TABLE FOR ASTORIA. Mlfl EOWil., AT THE Prom tables of United States Coast Survey. 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. v. m. 1 . M. H. M. 5 0 32 2 151 8 14 7 TO C 1 20 .. 3 Oil y 035 8 23 7 2 0"j 3 4 0 45 9 10 6 .. 2 49 .. 4 251 10 22 9 n9 9 3 42 5 04 10 ofi 10 55 10 4 40 5 43J 11 28 11 51 11 ,1 40 0 271 0 10 12 C 41 7 15' 0 40 1 01 13 .. 7 42 .. 8 03 1 1 49 1 51 14 8 43 8 oU! 2 51 .. 2 38 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 ami secuie fiist-cl?.is goods at SCHLUSSEL & KANT. PORT OF ASTORIA. CLEARANCES ASD DEPARTURES. SAILED. Shubrick. US Light-house str. Kortz. north...

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. — 13 June 1879

Yol. ix. Astoria, Oregon, Friday Morning, June 13, 1879. jSTo. 38. a 4 rff IvP Jr JP Jv Ji JUl' 1 1 TELEGRAPHIC. EASTERN STATES. I Commodore Psirlter Dead. Annapolis, June 11. Commo-' dore Foxlrall A. Parker, command- uni of the United States naval iicadani3r, died this afternoon. A I5o.se and a Tliorn. Boston, June 12. Rose Eyt ing, tlie actress, is partly of Jewish descent. While she was lounging in the Union Square green room between a matinee and an evening performance, an actor entered just in time to see her yawn. Gazing in affected horror at her widely ex tended month, he exclaimed: "Oh. don't swallow me." "You are safe,' she retorted; "I am enough a Jew ess to abhor pork." .ig1itn?x?g as a Destroyer. Philadelphia, June 11. About 1 1 o'clock to-day lightning strack the large warehouse at the oil works, and the entire building was soon in flames. The fire spread so rapidly that the whole neigh borhood is endangered. Due'hnps fronting the warehouse are in flames. Shipping in th...

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. — 13 June 1879

rz) ' w r gXs Kadis Jjstax4aftu ASTORIA. OREGON: P. C. IRELAND Etiilor. FRIDAY Jvxk 13,. 1879. Our Picturesque NorUnvcsl. We had a call Monday evening from Mr. E. Oonklin which was alike interesting to us and important to every one in this extreme northwest. Mr. Conklin is a representative of the National Associated Press of New York, and the people on the coast will recollect him as one of the Frank Leslie party to this coast in '77. Mr. Conklirfs purpose now, is to write a thoroughly descriptive book on Ore gon and Washington Territory : and his call upon us was to get our advice concerning certain projects laid before us. Tiiis we readily did, xnd coincide thoroughly with Mr. Conklin's idejis in successfully bringing before the publiCjthatpartof our national domain known as Washington and Oregon. His work will be an extra large 12mo. of somewhere between -100 and 500 pages. Throughout, the book will be profusely dispersed with illustra tions, as the name of the work The Picturesq...

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. — 13 June 1879

0) glx aiitj stxrxam ASTORIA .... OREGON ISSUED EVERY MORNING, Afondny L;caited.. I. . IItEXAXE : t JrB5ISICEK. J.orvm Ihrihihiq, Cku street. Terms of Subscription : bervod by Carnar, per week 25 Cents Sont by mail. four months W Sunt by mail, .nu year ' W Froo of l'isiso to.-MibFcribars. ttflr Advertisements inserted by the year at the rate a Si i Jor square per month. Trnnsjont advertis-ins, by the day or weok. fifty cents ier square for onch insertion. the" city. Tint Daily astokia.v 'W he rent It moaotlhecnt a month, irec of jrttye. Hcaa emwho rtintemtdaiccJr'CM'r from the ciin caw hnve Tub Akyouia.v jolbw them. Dajlv or Wickkly (uliUtms to titty pnt-ojkcc with out (Huitiionai jrpennc. Adnrctes may Itc ctHitujtti w tfflen n ocsfrai. Icavc otxtcni at Vie c.mhUiw win. Stcsuiicr dav. -Elder due from 'Frisco. State of California sailes for San Francisco. Mr. S. Levy informs us that Afrud Fonstro.n is at work at Eureka, in a cannery. ...-- Day-before-3'osterday fifty-four fine large ...

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. — 13 June 1879

(.1) J I Selling Out! Selling Out!! Out!! ASTORIA ., OREGON TIDE TABLE FOR ASTORIA. rr1! i p m AT THE From tables of United States Coast Sun'ey. High Water. Low Water. WE MAKE NO EMPTY BOASTS, BUT MEAN STRICTLY BUSINESS!! OUR EXTENSIVE A2sD "WELL SELECTED STOCK 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 the lowest rates. SCHLTJSSEL & KANT. Date. a. M. p. Ji. A. M. p. it. 12 C 41 7 15! 0 4U 1 01 13 7 42 .. 8 03 1 49 1 51 14. 8 43 8 501 2 51 2 38 15 9 44 9 il 3 49 3 2(5 16 -10 48 10 19! 1 47 .. 4 15 17 11 40 11 Oil 5 42 5 00 18 0 37 11 44! .... 0 84 5 48 19 1 24! 1 20 G 35 20 0 21 2 03 S 03 7 22 21 1 03 2 40 8 42 8 04 PORT OF ASTORIA. Selling USB. . CLEARANCES ASD DEPARTURES. SATIKD. Khnbrick. US LighMiousc str. Kortz, northern cruise. Ju...

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. — 14 June 1879

.0 0&$ 1 vjggss "Vol. ix. Astoria, Oregon, Saturday Morning, June 14, 1879. No. 39. -ijwir-rr-.: -i'.i- vi.i-yr TELEGRAPHIC. EASTERN STATES. "Washington, June 11. The -,-i . ,i . i i interior uei)artmcnt nas ;iccepieu , . . , -i i e the map ol the amended route of ., XV .., n -r -i i the .Northern Pacific railroad ., i ir i . . u ,i , Uirouarh u ashmgtoii territory, and as a consequence tmllinn of nr.r5 1 which for a number of years have been withdrawn for the benefit of the railroad will be restored to public lands. The number of acres v.'ithin the forty mile irrjml. limif at the amended and shorter route to Puget Sound will be four mil lions less than on the old circular route. A l&cmas'Ziable Kesolsstion. New York, June 12. The Tri bune to-day says that the most re markable meeting yet held in honor of Win. Lloyd Garrison was in Atlanta, Georgia, on the Oth inst. Bishop Haven presided. The resolution adopted contained the follewing: From this slate and capitol, whore -."H...

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. — 14 June 1879

m 'jmjjLmLmuuuLjxu lis aila s:taiatu ASTORIA. OREGON ; I. C. IRELAND Ertltor. SATURDAY June 14, lSr 9. Kordcuskjold. Some people who are not given to keeping up with the times, have been charitable enough to think that The Astoman falsified, with respect to the reports of the circumnavigation of the eastern continent by the daring ex plorer Nordenskjold, "because they have not seen it in any other paper?" If such could be a little more appre ciative, and give us that support which is due to our efforts, we would to-day be able to reproduce the whole facts, maps, and all; showing the route fol lowed by the Yega through the Arctic seas, the precise points at which the expedition wintered, and the route 'taken by the explorer for Europe, We have the maps and the facts in our office, but not the funds necessary to reprint them. The Jeanette will leave San Francisco for Behring straits to-day. By the time she gets through to the Norwegian seas perhaps some of the "other papers" of Oregon...

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. — 14 June 1879

?',? Wf?XtmJ?!r-FVr''& W " " -"Vr-V"' 'V j-"t""g'W5 p 0) glxc gaiirj stxrrimx ASTORIA OREGON" , 1 " " ' - ISSUED EVERY MORNING, .Monday Excepted. . C. IKES AX f : : ITBLISREK. AsUrriatv BvUdhui, (bis Street. Terms of Subscription : bcrved by Carrier, per week 2o Cents Sent by mail, four months.......... S'5 00 Sent hy mail, cno year . .. 'J 00 Free of I'usumo to subscribers. fiST" Advertisements inserted by the year at the rate of Si 50 ier square per month. Transient advertising, by the day or week, fifty cents tier smnro for each insertion-. THE CITY. The Dailv astoktan will 1c sent by wAilatlo cents a month, free of postage. Rcaa erx who ctmtcmplalcaltsenccfrom Vic city can have The Astokiax follow Uicm, Daii.v or Weekly Mlitiom to any pnst-ojhce tcith out addiUonal xpcitsc. Adaresscs may he enanged as often as ucsircd. Leave orders at the counting room. "Finest cabinets $3 00 per half dozen; 5 00 per dozen, at Shusters. Dr. Buker and C. S. Wright are among- the guests regist...

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. — 14 June 1879

3KIU$ - Cf) Selling Out! Selling Out!! ASTORIA OREGON TIDE TABLE EOR ASTORIA. EXES HO-'O AT THE From tables of United States Coast Survey. ll Out!! High Water. ' Low Water. Date. A. M. p. m. A. m. i. M. 12 0 41 7 15 0 40 1 01 IS 7 42 8 0!J 1 40 1 51 14. 8 43 8 501 2 51 2 38 15 9 4i J 36 1 3 4!) 8 20 IG 10 48 ..10 191 4 47 4 15 37 11 4i 11 01 i 5 42 5 00 18 .. 0 37 11 441 84 5 48 19 .. 1 24 7 20 (J 85 20 .. 0 24 2 0S S 01 .... 7 22 21 1 08 2 40 8 42 8 04 PORT OF ASTORIA. CLEARANCES ASD DEPARTURES. i i -- WE MAKE NO EMPTY BOASTS, BUT MEAN STRICTLY BUSINESS!!! OUR EXTENSIVE A2D "WELL SELECTED STOCK 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 seeuie first-class goods at the lowest rates. SOHLTJSSEL & KANT. SAILED. State of California, ss. 'lM tons, Dobncy, S F Jane 13...

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. — 15 June 1879

CO .PJvJtJPitll' Yol. ix. Astoria, Oregon, Sunday Morning, June 15, 1879. 2Jo. 40. T ! 39 at ll) Of 4 TELEGRAPHIC. EASTERN STATES. Foolish Fellow Afloat. Gloucester, June 13. The boat Uncle Sam, in which Gold- smith and wife started on a cruise around the world, has been spoken at sea. Washington, June 13. A report - ..-. 4- -l-- .rw t--t l.oi that Senator Bayard I u, ounwit, u.iu.u c,w x,j, -...11 .nci-.r fho ohiirnmnchm ri tho I senate finance committee, if it votes to take up the silver bill. Grant "Wants no Nonsense. Washington, June 13. Grant in a letter from Siam alludes to paragraphs he had seen in Ameri- . , r - i tions in honor of his return, and says that he is always sensible of approval of his fellow citizens; but any formal display which might . " , ! , r be construed as a movement lor ,.,. , u . i political purposes would not be agreeable. FOREIGN NEVS. Vessel Sunk: at Sea. London, June 13. The bark Collector from Arendal, Norway, for this port, was sunk by the steamsh...

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. — 15 June 1879

d) fcs gailrg s&xi$n ASTORIA. OREGON: D. C. IKEIVXI Editor. SUNDAY Jiixk 35, 187fl Another Deiujro Coming A Belgian professor has publish ed a work entitled "Periodicite des Grands Deludes Resultant du Mouvement Graduel de la Linge des Apsides de la Terre," in which he warns us that we may he on the lookout for another deluge of the world. At certain regularly re curring intervals, he maintains, the waters of one hemisphere are sud denly precipitated across the equator, and flood the other. The last of these deludes, which always flow from north to south, or from south to north, was that of Noah's time, which was from the norh. Hence the explanation of the great preponderance of water in the southern hemisphere, and of the general southern trend of "rkTfli in1 Slnnln Amnrmo A rrmo and many minor peninsulas. The next of these deluges will flow from the south to the north. The cause, he argues, is the alternate increase and decrease in the ice caps at the poles, and the conse quen...

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. — 15 June 1879

C3J gXxs gaiiij stacimx, ASTORIA OREGON ISSUED EVERY MORNING, Monday Lxcopted.. j . C. IlllA.XSn : : I'L'ISLI.SEIKK. I Axtoruvtt IhiUditij Ca.s Street. i Terms of Subscription : bcrvcrl by Carrier, nor wook .35 Cent? Sont. by mail. lour months t 00 Sont by mail, cne year i) 00 Free of !'oiat:e to .ubcribors. G35 Advertisement. nisortcd by the year at the rate of SI m per square imr month. Transient advertising, by the day or week. J fifty cents per square for each insertion. THE CITY. Tite Daily ast'iiiian will he cnt hy mail at lb cent a month, free of postage. Roan cm who contemplate absence from the city can haw The Astokia follow them. Daily or Weekly tulilionx to any pnst-ojMce with out OAuiiliotial expense. Adarowc may he cnaimea as eftvi: ax attsirL Leave order at the counlijuj room. Tlio burkentine Jane A. Ealkin liunj arrived 'down yesterday, and will load for Honolulu. The fourth of July committee will meet to-morrow evening to report progress. Don't forget it. Manager Wtr...

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. — 15 June 1879

r i nftTWil!lfl .a z W3 Selling Out! Selling Out!! ASTORIA OREGON TIDE TABLE EOR ASTORIA. AimWRITB H O XJ From tables of United States Coast Survey. High Water. Low Water. WE MAKE NO EMPTY BOASTS, BUT MEAN STRICTLY BUSINESSES 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., Must be closed out in three month from date. We therefore offer all goods at STRICTLY NET COST PRICES, and hope you a ill improve your chance and secure first-ch'ss goods at the lowest rates. SOHLUSSEL & KANT. Date. a. m. P.M. A.M. P.M. 12 - 6 41 7 151 0 4!) 1 01 13 .. 7 42 - 8 03 1 49 .. 1 51 H 8 43 8 501 2 SI 2 38 15 9 44 !) :Jt 3 49 3 2d 1C 10 48 ..10 1!)1 4 47 4 15 37 -11 4 11 01 5 42 f 03 13 0 37 11 44 15 34 5 48 19 1 24 7 20 ti 33 20 0 24 2 03 8 03 7 22 -I 1 03 2 40 8 42 8 04 PORT OP ASTORIA. Selling Out ! ! mm, CLKARAUCKS AXD DKl'ARTURKS. SAILKD. State of California, ss. i200 tons. Debney, S F Ju...

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. — 17 June 1879

:r - Vol. ix. rxstona, Oregon, Tuesday Moiniug, June 17, 1879. No. 41. hu ':- - .j,.'.jjm4Jfch.'.'iJW -if- ,ah . Mil MUJMriaM imiii p Baan.mRMaiMBw n bem biiii n w i 1 V 1 Press Comments. Yancwitcr JtuU'jtetid&nl. Jvne 19th. I JidiJmial Cerr. Sck 2orthiret. The rumors ilyinp: thick and fast Messrs. Johnson and MoCown, of tlie sale of the Oregon Steam the leading lawyers of Oregon Navigation companr,s boats city, are doing an immense busi sind property connect Jay ness in loans and real estate, as Gould's name with the purchasing well as in law. Our old friend, parties. f this report is true the J. M. Bacon, Kstmaster, is at his people will witness .a grand race , post, as of yore, and is a veritable between the Northern Pacific Kail- Oregon city fuctoUnti. Always road com nan v and the Union Pa-' mintlemanlv and obliins, always cilic, to first get through railroad ; busy and active, he hurries on connection with this country, and i from year to year, growing a we can joyfully se...

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. — 17 June 1879

t- VW I rr0""--- --iWG'ffeftiif?Tsr- ; Cz) wl't' if-jy" .. ja mi. ivusmAiJLJUL3Ji4:iijuuaujHLioM gfce gailxj JVstmdan ASTORIA. OREGON: I. C. IKELANI) Editor. TUESDAY.. ...Jrxc 17, 187$). Old England's Roast Beef. The inroads made upon the British market for grain and meats (beef and bread), interfering with the business and profits of British farmers and cat tie gentlemen to the extent of driving them from their avocations, and cutting down the price of beef to such a degree that the business of supply ing the markets, at ruling rates, is proving ruinous to the butchering business; have caused the government to appoint a committee to make in quiries for the purpose of ascertaining the capacity of the United States, Brazil, Australia, and other nations, for producing breadstuiTs and beef cattle. This is an important question for the people of Great Britain gen erally, as well as for those more imme diately interested in the two branches of food supply. The stalled beef of England is ...

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. — 17 June 1879

5jsr SL"h It C3 glxs gniitj starrrTO, ASTORIA .. ORECOX ISSUED EVERY MORNING, Monday Lxconted.. D. V. IREEAXZ : : ICIt3.ISSIEZ:. Atoruvn UiiJulltut. 1-Vix.n Sired. Terms of Subscription : Served by I'jirner, per week .25 Cont. Sent by mail, four months ')() Sent hy until, enc yoar ' 0tl Free of "omjiki; io .ub?cribor.. fi5IAdvorno:tiei. iiijrto(i by thuyeur ut the rate of SI "t jcr ! jer itnmt.ii. Transient sidvertii-ini:. lhlU r reofc. Gfty cunts per s ware i"r "cU in-rut. CITY. Li The Daily astmmia.n uii he mmi hy mail at 7.1 com a moniJi. i rem it jHtrtttgc liuta ers mini ciiutc&nlatcainwuce fnun the c'.i van hare Tin: Astokian tolU'W them. Daiia or VKKKLV itftitn In ami P'n-t-njkce with r.it (Ui'iUlnual xiu:ntt. .!.::2om man he cnauatsi as nftn: as t.eireL Leave oraers at the- cmuttna rwnn. Twi'iily Efcollars Howard. Some nilk.nrctcmHnjrto be a collector for Tin-; Astoi:ia. madea raihe in this citv last .Saturday. We will give $20 to Jind him out by name. Mr. C S. YVoort wor...

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. — 17 June 1879

jwjT ,-. " CI m.i. .... t..., if M . flf ASTORIA OREGON Sellinii X. TIDE TABLE FOR ASTORIA. From tables of United States Coast Survey. High Water. ' Low U'utor. Date, a. m. f. M. . x. r. x. 12 0 41 7 I'm 0 4W 1 Ol IS 7 42 8 OSI 1 19 1 51 14 ... 8 43 8 .r,0l 2 1 2 35 l.- ! 44 i) Kfil X 49 S 2 If. 10 4K 10 1!' 4 47 .. 4 1-", 17 11 4'J 11 01 v.. T) 42 0) H 0 87 11 41' 34 5 4S 1: m 1 24; 7 SO 0 Jtf 2) 0 24 2 tf 8 Of 7 22 21 1 0. 2 401 S 42 8 (II ifcii d CI fe$ 1 AT TnE 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 1m closed out in three month from date. We therefore offer all goods at STRICTLY NET COST PRICES, and hope on a ill improve j our chance and seem e fust-c!ass goods al ,hc I"wt """ ' SCHLUSSEL & KANT. PORT OP ASTORIA. W ra If M CLEARANCES AM) DEPARTURES. CLKAKKO. Alpha, sch. 28 tons, Starr. Gray Harbor....

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