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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 18 June 1879

0 v Astoria, Oregon, Wednesdayjgioming, June 18, 1879. Vol. ix. No. 42. n. irw.iiirrii riv, l,i: IPw: TELEGRAPHIC. EASTERN STATES. IHsnsf rotas Floml. North Adams, Mass, June 15. This place has been visited by a heavy freshet, and the damage throughout the vicinity is estima- j ted at S150,O00. Damages by the I n .i :.. i, ,..,i;... ,i;C4-nfc ,n-.jiiL'm- ua& ruverteuratou. IIUUU III 1I.- k'uuvui" iiioiutuj uuui- 1 v reported. The Pstfifie 3Snil. New York, J. ne lo. The Tri bune to-day says that notice was given on Saturday by the Pacific mail company to the Panama rail road company that in consequence of the dissolution of the contract with the overland railroad the steamship company intended at once to put an additional vessel on its lines. It is said to be the purpose of the company to increase the service on the California lines o as to make weekly instead of fortnightly trips. FOREIGN MEWS. Trouble in Parnjrssaj'. London, June 10. A telegram from Pio Jajiiero states that Gen...

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. — 18 June 1879

(2) B.4.u,ff"j,imji4 gits UftiXxj stxalixn ASTORIA . OREGON I. C. IRELAND JErtitor. WEDNESDAY I rxK IS, 1879. The Oregon Railway and Navi gation compaivp have elected the fol lowing efficers: President, Henry Yillard; vice president, J. N. Dolph; secretary, G. H. Andrews. The Ore gonian informs us that the capital stock of the company, six million dol lars has been wholly subscribed. Prom indications it may be stated the first object of the company will probably Te to push construction of a road from the Utah Northern towards Oregon, and to meet it with a road extending eastward from the head of navigation on the Columbia river. The distance is ascertained to be 510 miles. There is reason to hope that the road will be built through in two years, or perhaps a little more. Astoria thus becomes the western terminus. Calcutta is threatened with a se ries of strikes among the native work men. Farriers set the example; taih.rs j and municipal water carriers have fol lowed suit. The cause ...

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. — 18 June 1879

i (3) .j .-ii r""" gl,c jSaaitj stxreimx. ASTORIA .. OREGON ISSUED EVERY MORNING. Monday hxcaplod. . C. IELAX : : riTKILISIS 11. A.itoruiii Bnudhij, Cass Street. Terms of Subscription : served by Currier, per woek .25 Gants Sent by mail. four months . S3 'X) Sunt by mail, cno yoar 'J 00 Free of l'onaso t sub.-cribors. ."-a" Advertisements inserted by the year at the rate of ii "i) per square per month. TranwontadvertiHii?. by the day or weak, 6?Wv corns per square for ouch insertion. THE CITY. Tun Daily astmuia.v will he fent hi) mail at meant a month, free of 'pottage, lioaa-rjr.s- mho contemplate alienee from the cilif can have Tin? AstokiA.v follow them. Daily or Wickkly nations to cikj post-ojhee with out additional "Xpcnsc. jldarcc matf he cnaimcd an often as c.t&ir&i. JJkivc oracrs at the- cmuitlnu romn. Steamer day .j..- Elder sails for San Francisco to day. Steamship Oregon due from San Francisco to-da. A new island is forming north of the lower end of Sand-island. 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. — 18 June 1879

IV & ml &S&BXZ&0. Selling Out! Selling Out!! ASTORIA OREGON TIDE TABLE EOR ASTORIA. HlfB HQQ AT THE From tables of United States Coast Survey. Selling W 9 m ' CSS LfkrSl High Water. Low Water. Date. a. m. v. m. . m. p. i. 12 G 41 7 lrl 0 49 1 01 13 .. 7 42 .. 8 031 1 49 1 SI 14 8 43 8 51)1 2 fd - 2 38 15 0 44 5 38! 3 4!) 3 2tf IG J0 48 -10 191 4 47 .. 4 lo 17 ll 41) 11 01 5 42 r 00 18 0 37 11 44! ... G 34 5 48 19 1 24 7 CO G $1 20 0 24 2 01 8 Ot 7 22 21 1 03 2 40 8 42 8 04 PORT OF ASTORIA. CLEARANCES AM) DEPARTURES. WE MAKE NO EMPTY BOASTS, BUT MEAN STRICTLY BUSINESS JJ 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 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 gcods at Ihe lowest rates. SOHLXJSSEL & RANT. w SAILED. Jane A. Falkinburg. bkt...

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. — 19 June 1879

V) tttXttittL IS Astoria, Oregon, Thursday Morning, June 19, 1879. Vol. ix. 2So. 43. She C- TELEGRAPHIC. THE LATEST NEWS. Severe shocks of earthquake occurred throughout Costa Rica May 29th and 30th. In San Jose the cathedral was partially des troyed. Slight shocks were felt on the Isthmus of Panama. At the solicitation of French merchants in Cochin China, the governor of the colony has obtain ed from the home government au tomation to allow the Paris mint to coin a trade dollar for circula tion in the far east. It will be ex actly of the same weight and fine ness as the American trade dollar. The exportation of Argentine wheat to Europe is assuming fab ulous proportions. Twenty-five years ago the principal exports were hides. A few years after wards wool, and now the exjDorta tiGn of wheat has taken the lead. This is proof that the coun try is progressing and growing richer day by day. Great Britain is evidently meditating the somewhat extensive project of partially civilizing Afri...

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. — 19 June 1879

V) 4 ' ""$ Jxs S&itu s.toimxv ASTORIA. OREGON: . C. IRELAfI Ettitor. THURSDAY Jrxt; 19, 1879. They are asking who invented spectacles. It is on record that the Emperor Trajan viewed the games at Home with a glass of some kind. "It is for you to say," said Judge Butler of the United States district court to a Philadelphia jury, "whether a man who plays poker for money can have a good character. " The physicians of Philadelphia have agreed to collect bills monthly, or at the end of services in each case, and have employed a financial agent to attend to collections. - A furious religious revival is in progress among the colored people of Charleston. Id is common to see con verts, usually women, carried home insensible from the meetings. Petroleum V. Xasby's dramatiza tion of "The Widow J3edott Papers" has been brought out in Philadelphia. The play, as a whole, is said to be crude and inartistic, but an exceeding ly funny character is made of the garrulous, meddlesome Widow. Grand R...

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. — 19 June 1879

p; pus jQaxttj straimx. - THURSDAY ...JUNK 10, 1879 ISSUED EVERY MORNING. Monday Excepted.. O. C. IRELAND : : IM'RI.ISIIKIU Aztoruih BuxhihuK Cass Street. Terms of Subscription : herved by Carrier, per xveek -.2"i Cent. Sent by mail, four months ? ( Sent hy mail, tnc year.... -.. ' 0o free of Costasro to Mibscribcrs. 357" Advertisements inserted by theyenr in J the rate of Si .( i?r square per month. Transient advertising, by the day or week, fifty cents per square for each insertion. THE CITY. The Daily astoi:ia.v will be xait Uu mailat 75 cents a month, free of portage. Renti ers who contemplate absence from the citu can have Tnrc Astokian- follow them. Daily or W'EtciciA' tulitions to any flot-tijfice with out additional expense. A duresse Jinj he enanyed awftet: ax ucsircd. Leave orders at tlie- counlijuj room. Firrmvii's .oficc. Alert Hook and Ladder Company So. 1 will meet in their hall in full uniform lor parade, this Thursday, at 1:30 i m., $harp. Bv order of F. J. Taylor, F...

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. — 19 June 1879

r ci T" $&$ ai Qstsxinu. Selling Out! Out!! Out!! ASTORIA OREGON TIDE TABLE FOR ASTORIA. noxir AT THE From tables of United Suites Coast Survey; High Water. Low Water. WE MAKE NO EMPTY BOASTS, BUT MEAN STRICTLY! BUSINESSES OUR EXTENSIVE AXD "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. e therefore offe'r all goods at STRICTLY NET COST TRICES, and hope you will improve your chance and seeuie fir.t-clacs goods at the lowest rates. Date. a. it. e.v. .x. v. 11. 12. 6 41 7 lrJ 0 4J 1 01 13 .. 7 42 8 031 1 49 1 51 14 8 43 8 50! 2 fil - 2 .TS 13 9 44 9 :Wl 3 4f 3 2d 1G 10 48 ..10 19? 4 47 .. 4 In 17 ll 4(1 11 01, 5 42 5 00 18 0 37 11 44! tf S4 5 48 19 .... 1 24 7 ?0 0 35 20 0 24 2 03 8 0J 7 22 21 1 03 2 40 8 42 8 04 SCHLTJSSEL & KANT. PORT OF ASTORIA. Selling Selling WijWKf JkjA, S1 il CLKARASCKS A.XD DEPARTURES. CLEANED. Stillman B. Allen, bark, ...

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. — 20 June 1879

CO (gB 0ff Aftt Vol. ix. Astoria, Oregon, Friday Morning, June 20, 1879. No. 44. & (I 7 TELEGRAPHIC. PACIFIC COAST NEWS. Xorflicni Floods. Victoria, June IS. The water of Fraser river has reached a height almost unprecedented, and is still very high. From Cariboo we learn that the town of Barkerville has been flooded. The high water brought down thousands of tons of tail 'tigs from the abandoned ; alluvial riiggins, and filled the houses and stores with gravel and ! slum, so that the buildings will have to be raised. City oVosiiinaJiouK. San Francisco, June IS. The workingmen's municipal conven tion this afternoon made the follow ing nominatiens: Sheriff, Thomas Desmond; treasurer W. It. Shober; chiet ui police, James Uarrell: auditor, J. f. JJunn. uvsmona was captain or tne vessel wntcn rescued the Fenian prisoners from Aiist.rjiH;i scmip vpars nirn. Rlinhpr i i is a furniture dealer. Carroll com- manded the steamer Great Repub- lic, recently wrecked at the mouth of the Columbi...

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. — 20 June 1879

'-lv . ?y - 4rfwi L2) "-f- V. gfte gails gisixrxdaau ASTORIA. OREGON: B. C. IREL.AXI Editor. ASTORIA .Jttxk 20, 1.S79. The World Marching- On. Private letters inform us that the persons interested have suc ceeded in arranging with a party in the east who is abundantly able to furnish the rolling stock and iron for the road from Salem to Silverton, and also the one from Albany to Brownsville. The per son who is to arrange the final de tails would come up either on the Oregon this trip, or the next steamer leaving San Francisco. In his let ter to us our informant says: I shall, after concluding our business, try to get him interested in your road. "What inducement would there be (for parties who are able to take hold of the road), from Astoria and bring it into this valley? 1 wish you would make me something of a statement what will be done by the people of Astoria in re gard to this matter, and 1 will lay it be fore him when he comes. The company which he represents is building the G...

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. — 20 June 1879

O) Jptf Sails slxximx - Jcxjs 20,1870 : AST01UA.... ISSUED EVERY MORNING, Monday Excepted., D. C. IREI.AXD : : IlTIZl,ISirEK Astvrtan DuiMwi tlass Street. Terms of Subscription : fccrved by Carrier, per week .'25 Cents Sent by mail, four months ?,X Oil Sent hy mail, cne year H 00 free of I'optairo to subscribers. tgr Advertisements inserted by the year at the rate of Si "!) ior square per month. Transient advertising, by the day or week, fifty cents per suuaio for each insertion. THE CITY. The Daily AST'miA.v will he fent hy rnailat 7." cent. a month, free of postage. Jicaa cr.s 1010 ctnitcimrtatcaltxcncc from the eitu can have Tub Astoria.v follow them. Daiia or WrcvcKiA luUtionx to anj post-njficc with out, cuiilitional rrjicwc. Adarcsscn may he cnanucd an often as acxircti. Leave oraors at Vie coiuitimi ronm. The Trustee and Annie Gee will sail from San Francisco to-da3r for Shoal water bay. -.,-- The Washington county agricul tural society will hold its July meet ing this year o...

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. — 20 June 1879

A . ' Selling Out! Selling Out!! ASTORIA June 20, 1879. TIDE TABLE FOR ASTORIA. From tables of United States Coast Survey. AT THE W HITS H WE MAKE NO EMPTY BOASTS, BUT MEAN STRICTLXi BUSINESS ! ! OUR FXTENSIVE AND WELL SELECTED STOCK OP DRY GOODS, STAPLE GOODS, FANCY GOODS, FURNISHING GOODS, MENS AND BOYS CLOTHES G-, BOOT, SHOES, HATS AND CAPS, ETC., ,, Of) Selling . Gut!! High Water. ' Low Water. Date. A. m. p. m. . M. P. M. 1H 1 24! 7 20 .... G 35 20 0 24 2 031 8 0J .... 7 22 21 1 m 2 40 8 42 8 04 22 1 38 3 15 fl 15 8 45 23 2 17 3 471 A 40 9 27 24. 3 0-t 4 131 10 10 10 17 25 3 58 4 5(!r 10 45 11 11 25 4 -54 .. 5 42 11 2G . . 27 fi 03 G :U 0 12 0 IG 23 .- 7 IG 7 321 1 10 1 15 PORT OF ASTORIA. CLKARASCKS AMD DEPARTURES. Must be closed out in three month from date the lowest rate.. V. c tliertfoie offer all goods at STRICTLY NET COST PRICES, aiu lLr.iu-.yui Mill improve your ckar.ce and srouo fiiM-rlrra goods as ' SCHLUSSEL & KANT. STEAMSHIP LINES. MISCELLANEOUS. BM i BJi IMBImmi...

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. — 21 June 1879

0) feg&s&ag Vol. ix. Astoria, Oregon, Saturday Morniiig, Juno 21, 1879. No. 45. i ft' rl ' M jbttt; ' HM.1JJ- !! I t- I.UJILWi. ) B y Vacant Lands mul Ditches f Written for Tux Astoria:?. J - . amounts of verv superior vacant Vhen traveling over Clatsop ' ?n of S001,1, suSilr: and many ten plains, I ascertained from reliable nnd 1 Gns oL good molasses settlers there, that ttu-re are Janre WUIU w "" IWU" f " " w ""-' lands lvinp a alongraiul cast of the vegetables ami soit iruils, mat etllcrsdoinaiiiontlieilainsforover -Mc produced from these cx sixleen miles, or to the hirh lands "dd ., trails of, ncI mc " south of Hie tide lands upon low lands can not be estimated. Voiino-s lmv, Lewis and Olm-k and at a difference between these Skin,,on inlet. Those lands are products here, at the superior mostly hillvor valley, well watered, ' - ;" .. M.iu ,ai ... exceedingly rich and fertile, hcaJthv the jntenor, that are nearly eaten ..nrl .I.U nf, iffnrrlmcr 1.1m wrv U HI expenses, bnil...

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. — 21 June 1879

Ci gJxs g'ptiXa Qstaviim. ASTORIA. OREGON: d.-ciiieixxi. Emtor. A'STOltIA J i:xe 21, 1S7J). American tteef in England. In spite of the impediments- to the landing of fresh me:it and live cattle in Great Britain, the shipment of these products from our own shores are steadily increasing, ijromoted bjr low prices and exceptionally cheap transportation. Contracts have re cently been made in Chicago for the delivery of fresh beef at Liverpool at a cost of thirty-four cents per 100 pounds which will permit the sale of the meat there at 57 cents per pound. While it is not to- be expec ted that freight rates will, always be- as low as this, the present facts are high ly encouraging. The price of beef in Chicago is now a normal one, and the freight may be considerably higher and yet permit a profitable export trade.. If the difficulties in the way of sending cattle abroad, which are now felt, should lead to a greater ex tension of the facilities of carrying meat, and direct the attention of...

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. — 21 June 1879

0) j: ASTORIA June 21,1871) Monday Excepted.. O. C. IEIE2AXI : : prSLISIISK. AsUniau Ihi-Udhta, tlaxs street. Terms of Subscription : berved by Carrier, por week .25 Cents Sont by mail, iburtsonth? .........SS OW Sent by mail, cue yoar - J) Oil Free of ''osuiso to subscribers. "Advorn-ciuont inserted by thuycar ai Iho rate of SI 5u iicr square per month. Transiont advortiins. by the day or iveok. fifty cenis per SMiia.ro for each insertion. THE CITY. The Daily ast'i:ia wU he sent & mail a t5 cents amwiJi. free of positive. Itca &rs who ?antcnwlatcal$'mccfrit)h the city can hai'C Thk Astoi:ian lolbw tlicm, Daiia or Wkkicia" i'aW'whs tp any post-tijkce with out lUwUinv.al "j-jiciisc. Arfarcsc may he ctianurd as often as .eircL Leave nraers at tliccountinu room. Judge Uriscoe f Oysterville was in the city yesterday. - Only three fights, besides a dog fight in the city, yesterday. j marks. Mr. Coffinan was taken com- ; pletely by surprise, but returned thanks in a very neat and ...

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. — 21 June 1879

PU.MM. ST-CT-1- 'MM- ;S3te mBj VsixraSsm, ASTORIA.. .Jl-XE 21.1870 TIDE TABLE POR ASTORIA. AT THE From tables of United Stales Coast Survcj WE MAKE NO EMPTY BOASTS, BUT MEAN STRICTLY' BUSINESS.! ! OUR EXTENSIVE AND "WELL SELECTED STOCK OF DRY GOODS, STAPlJfi GOODS, FANCY GOODS, FURNISHING GOODS. High Water. Low Water. Da to. 10 20 21 A. l. I M. . x. 1 24 J..... 0 21 2 031.... 1 (W 2 40'.... 1 8 :$ 15..... 2 17 .. S 471.... 7 10.. 01.. S 42.. fl 15.. a 4.;.. tf SO: S4 s - i . - .. n 1 8 0 4 18' 10 Ifi 10 17 25 - 3 58 4 JW? 10 4J 11 11 2G 1 .54 .r) 42' .ll 2fi . 27. , 03 0 Xt 0 12. 0 1 25 7 16 7 32! 1 18 1 If MENS AND BOYS&LOTHIXG-, BOOT, SHOES, HATS AND CAPS, ETC., '9 J-J-a. v j Must 1k clawed out in three month from date, "tt eliiorefore offer all goods at STRICTLY NET COST FRICES.and hope on will inn-rove our dance and secure r.ist-tfsss goods, at i lie lowest rate'. SCHLUSSEL & KANT. PORT OF ASTORIA. CLKARASCKS ASD DKPARTURKS. STEAMSHIP LINES. MISCELLANEOUS. Selling y SAIL...

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. — 22 June 1879

01 Astoria, Oregon, Sunday Morning, June 22, 1879. ffo. 46. Vol. ix. ..-. rj.-i, ; jih J-lijuuue TEL E!G li A P H 1 0. I CONKL1KC AND LAMAR. The Disgraceful Scene in the Senate How It was Received by the Senate and the Friend- of Either. Nothing more Serious Probable. By Telegraph. Washington, June 10. The excitement caused in the senate chamber by the extraordinary and wholly unequalled interchange of denunciary and degrading epithets between Lamar and Conkling was intense. Each of the two sena tors, althou x wrought up the highest pitch of unreflecting anger and resentment, maintained an outward appearance of calmness, and both managed to formulate their astounding insults in phrase ology which kept within the bounds of parliamentary rules. For this reason and also because the senate was taken utterly by surprise, nei ther was called to order; and the whole colloquy was over before the listeners could fully realize to what unpardonable lengt t had been carried. Both senators spoke...

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. — 22 June 1879

ft) fr Hail Q&lzxinn.' ASTORIA. OREGON: D. C. IRELAND Editor. ASTORIA Jtixe 22, 1879. Shipping Wheat rs Flour. The views of The Astorian ex pressed very fully when endeavoring to work up the flour-milling interest hers, of shipping our wheat in the shape of flour, is coming about again, from other quarters. A late New York commercial sheet says: The packing of flour in sacks instead of barrels is growing m favor in the east, and ultimately will be generally adopted here beyond question as the freight is less, the packages handled with greater ease, and the sacks can be utilized after being emptied, -while the manufacture of flour in this coun try on a sufficient large scale to export our surplus wheat crop in that form, would be a great and valuable addi tion to the revenues of this country, and incidentally benefit the cotton interest. H. Kains Jackson, the dis tinguished English writer on agricul ture, advocates the substitution, and for these cogent reasens: The transit-charg...

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. — 22 June 1879

..-r (3) glxs xilrj stacimx, ASTORIA. June 22,1879 ISSUED EVERY MORNING, Monday Excoted. O. C. IREIAXE : t PlTftLISUEIt. Azioriau Buihliiaj, iw Strtet. Terns of Subscriptien: berved by Carrier, per veek .25 Cent" Sent by inaii. ibur months..... -..So 00 Sat by mall, cne year........-. . U 00 froo of optaso to Mibscribers. 'Advertisements inserted by the year at tho rate of SI 50 ir sqiiure per month. Transient advertising, by tho day or week, fifty cews per square for each insertion. THE CITY. The Dailv astokia.n will he vnt by mail at75 cent a month, free of jHjxtaQC Jtcaa crs who contemplate ahxence from the city can have The Astokia follow them. Daily or Weekly tulitlons to any pout-office wiiti nut additional x))cu.c. Adnrcaxex may he enanyed as often an aexir&L Learc (trticrs at the- countina rtmm. Steamer day to-morrow. State of California arrives and Oregon sails to-morrow. Mr. Kelly picked up one of Meg ler & Co's. boats adrift on Friday with the net, wens clothing e...

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. — 22 June 1879

Pi J Selling Out! Selling Out!! ASTORIA June 22. 1879. 7 TIDE TABLE FOR ASTORIA. G mow AT THE HI Qj&ililiU From tables of United States Coast Survey. High Water. Low Water. Date. a. m. p. m. . m. p. . 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 jyouw ill improve your chanctfancKsecure liist-el?s "cofs -t the lowest rates. to " 19 , JO. I'l 22.. zC.Z'. J4. 2 20 27 2S .... 1 24! 7 20 (i 85 ... 0 24 2 081 8 03 7 22 1 01 2 401 8 42 8 04 1 38 3 151 9 15 8 45 ... 2 17 .. S 471 9 45 0 27 3 01! 4 131 10 1G 10 17 ... 3 58 4 55' 10 415 11 11 ... 4 54 5 421 11 20 .. . . ... 0 01 15 :fcJ 0 12 0 10 ... 7 10 .. 7 321 1 19 1 15 SCHLUSSEL & KANT. PORT OP ASTOKIA. ;sVf CLEARANCES ASD DEPARTURES. SAILED. Btillmnn B....

Publication Title: Daily Astorian, The
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