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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-weekly Astorian. — 25 October 1873

m ueM3siLiB,-u.jJM"jamJUjti .n. i : atjajwa'T r-rrv iiwunrrT: Vol. 1. Astoria, Oregon, Satueday Morning, Oct. 25, 1873. No. 51. TfiE ASTOBIAIT. PfcW.ISHKD KVKRY TUESDAf , THURSDAY AND SAnJRDAtf, Monitor Building, Astoria, Oregon. 1. C. XREAXI Proprietor Subscription Rales: Onn Conv onavGiir. fcoOQ ) Ono Copj- six months 9J Duo Cflpy throo months ; 1 oU JfctT Single Number, Ten Cents, ISSl Advertising" Kates: Hue Insertion per square, 10 lines or less...S2 50 IacL additional Insertion, per square 2 00 Yearly julv'ts pcrr month, per square 1 ) .&gesits- X. T. Ftkheb, 20 ad 21 Now Merchants Ex ch&n?e, i authorized to act as Agent for the Ajstoki vx vx &m Fraii :isco. Anv faeniZ. t2ij feels .mi interest in tho pros perity of this re,-ion, is Huthori.ed to net :is Agent for this paper, in pre curing subscribers. CITY ESTELI30ENCS. The barkentine Free Trade ar- Tivcd in han j'rancisco on tDe -otn. m The new harkentine -Portland, Capt. Gage, -sailed for Astoria on the 20th. The...

Publication Title: Tri-Weekly Astorian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-weekly Astorian. — 25 October 1873

Cz7 Tri-Weekly Astorian j ASTORIA, OREGON: IS. G. IKEiA3n Editor. SATURDAY Oct, 25, 1873 The steamer Annie Stewart "arriv ed too late "Wednesday evening for us to more than announce the recep tion here of a party of excursionists from Albany. A pany of farmers and fanners wives, who came to see for themselves what sort of a place Astoria is. They were received here 'by Col. James Taylor, Gen. Adair, Mr. T. P. Powers, and other citizens, and were made to feel themselves 11 at home" so far as possible by all. Thursday morning they proceeded to rape Disappointment, and Fort Stev ens, by the steam tug Varuna, at ach of which places they were en tertained and shown around by JMaj. JTrank G. Smith, Lieut. Bloom, Mr. and Mrs. Munson, at the Cape, and by Messrs. Moore.-and Allen, and Lieut. Leary at Fort Stevens Col. Miller being absent from home. Re turning to Astoria the steamer took the party up to the farmer's wharf, where any who wished to do so had the privilege of driving a spike or ...

Publication Title: Tri-Weekly Astorian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-weekly Astorian. — 25 October 1873

C31 f i I Tri-Weekly Astorian SATURDAY. Oct. 25, 1873 Meteorological Heport Hours of Observation 7 a, m. 2 and 9 p. r. By Louis .Wilson Oct Bar Moan, "Thermometer Mean ! Max !M in Rain -fall i Jjir. I of I wind 1... 2.. .. 4.. 5.. L. 7.. 8.. .. 10.. ii.. 12.. 13.. 14.. 15.. 1(5.. 17.. :0.. 21.. X- 30.003 30.010; 30. 1381 W.K7i( 2i,772 20,552 :5().0I01 30,037! :i0,'i J 80, lis!) i 30,250 30,277 30,302 30,:SH. 80,221 30,003 30,20: 30,340 Wlrtl 80.158J 50.J 527 54 0 50 0" .) o 0'j4 5 52 1 55 4 52 7 47 7 4S4 I 45 5 4(8 1 40 0 48 4 53 2 51 S 48J 45.0 45.4 4AM I 54.0' 5-S.Oj 5' 7 J .7.11 71 J,' 59 7j 57 0 5-S8 5'Jl 03 0 5'i li 54 2 52 21 52 h 52 1 55 7 53 01 00 0 5S1 51.W; 52.0 50. ii 5'JL4I 47.0 51.0 4SS 52 0 52 1 50 7 55 0 52 0 50 0 50 0 52 0 44 0 45 o; 40 0 38 7 3t5 0j. 45 i 15 41 45 0 4-i.O 42.0 40. 'i 41.2:1 lbi) l.tti 0.02 0.17, jSwbyr byS S V East N E South i. South South Nort h-E West XW NW XE X W .Xorth XE Xorth Xr Xorth NV I Xorth Tirte Tabic for Astoria. From tables of United S...

Publication Title: Tri-Weekly Astorian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-weekly Astorian. — 25 October 1873

(4J I 1 . t -- fg " "" ' I I " I " I ? " - Tri-TVeekly Astorian SATURDAY Oct. 25, 1S73 Practical Advice te Fishermoiit 1. 2?in& out if there 4s any fish in the river to which you are geing: if so, get tome one who knows the water to show .you where the fkk lie, and when lie show them to you don't you thcnY yourself to them. 2. Don't imagine, if -the fish does not dirt away, that he has not seen you; on the contrary, he i very likely devoting his vhole attention to you, "and preparing to btart the moment danger is imminent. 3. If you are fishing with a fly, and you ,pu3s it nearly three times over him, and he refuses it, you need not wait any longer;. , he has seen your line of invitation, and docs not intend to come. 4. If you are above a fish when you hook him, get below him as soon as you can; for if you pull him one instant against the ream ," and he is a heavy fish, ho will break his hold. o. JScver throw a long line when a short one will answer. G. Never mind what is said a...

Publication Title: Tri-Weekly Astorian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-weekly astorian. — 28 October 1873

C3 9M 1-AJUUnA g re-ggggggglCl t.t,yjHL''ffa!gam?ai RIM. T 1 Jf r Yol. 1. Astoria, Oregon, Tuesday Morning, Oct. 28, 1873. No. .52. .- J THE ASTOEIAN. punusirED evect TCESD AT, THURSDAY A1TD SATURDAY, Monitor BinltKn?, AstoiSa, Oregon. B.C.IEFJiAy. .Proprietor Subvert i4 ion Kates: -One Copy one year. .....So 00 One Copy hx montli ' 91' One Copy three laontP"- 1 xW" Single -lUi-fecr, Ten Cents. '&& . AIvcrSI5isr Rates: One Insertion jicrsqunrc, 10 lines or less...S2 .10 Each additional insertion, per square 2 00 Yearly adv'is per month, per square 1 oO Agents- L. P. Fisiikr, 20 and 2L Xcv Merchants Ex change, is aiflhoti.ed to act as Agent for the Astorivx in San Franei'co. Any fnend who feels an intcret in the pros perity of this region, is authorized to act as Agent fortius paper, in procuring subscribers. CITY ZNTEIiIiIGENCS. Jack frost lias been on the nip in this locality recently. The schooner Hera, Capt. Miller, ar rived on the 23d at San Francisco. We are informed th...

Publication Title: Tri-Weekly Astorian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-weekly astorian. — 28 October 1873

-CS.- 1. V , -V-i . '"' . . O .-4. C2J Tri-Weekty 'Astorian ASTOKIA, OP.EGOX: I. C. IRELAND Krtitor. TUESDAY. Oct. 2S, 1S73 "T The Peruvian Minister has left for China to arrange a treaty at Pckin. The telegraph between the city of Mexico and Acapulco is now com plete and in operation. Seattle had an earthquake which nearly shook her out of her boots on the nineteenth. Mount Rainier took a smoke while this was going. S. 0. L. Potter and J. P. Roberts, both of whom have been employed in the office of Major II. M. Robert, will accompany that gentleman I&ist in a few weeks. Admiral Labo assigns as his rea sons for retreating fromCarthagena to Gibralter, with the Gorernment squadron, that his only iron-clad vessels were disabled. The Cunard Steamship Company have determined to withdraw their vessels from the West India service at an early day, and establish a daily line between Liverpool and' New York. Mi;. Samuel Winants, late of Ore gon, is reported to have been killed by a pile d...

Publication Title: Tri-Weekly Astorian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-weekly astorian. — 28 October 1873

X1- 9tMimaeBmmamtMMeMMm - . ' 13 Tri-Weekly Astorian TUESDAY. Oct. 2S, IS73 Title Table for Astoria. 3Troiu tables of United States Coast Survey.) High Watcr.I Low "Water, j Oct, A.M. i n. A. 21. r. m. , 4 07.... ..... 5 0").... ...... 6 12. . 7 IS.... 8 114.... 9 2..J .3 io! . iy . ... 4 oil, ro 10 .... .... . jov .u n.... ... 6 :ut o .w .... .. 7 Si) 1 3S .... L 5) 0. Ji 00 .... .10 .")7 .11 f4 . 0 JS . 1 47 27.... 38.... o.7.7. r,i.... 5FeloroIoIc:il Itcport Hours of Observation 7 a, m. 2 and 9 i r. By Louis Wilson Bar I! Thermometer Moan j j Mean I Max I M in Dir. f wind OL -fall 1 2 ill 4 5. t.... ii.i7: oO.'i .11.0' 47.0 SwbyW WbyS S W East X E South 30.003J .13. 1 ..) .11.01 80.010 30. 1 2.878 2.77-2 .12 7 .lli 3 4$ SI .11!! .":) ( .11 ! 318 4 3SII ."'2 0J 71 4 52 1 50 7 50 71 51 0 52 0 50 0 50 0 52 0 44 0 43 0 400 387 2-i.j2J 57 9 58 8 3'J 1 (53 0 5'5 V South ' ' it o ;50,0-0 .12 1 South -lo.;... u..... :-J0,0b7 30,228 314 3-J7 Xorth-E ' 4 512 West XW XW XE 18...- 301-Si 14 ...

Publication Title: Tri-Weekly Astorian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-weekly astorian. — 28 October 1873

Mi) - i . . - 3 .-"' --.,- 'W ni-t-- w , y ?1 -M, J I WW Tri-We.ekly Astorian TUESDAY Oct. 23, 1873 School BoofeLS. Notr is tlie tinio to buy School books to conform with tho now law. For first introduction thoro is a discount of 33 jor cent, from retail prices, as follews: Pacific Coast Retail. Introductory. Kirst Henilcr ! 2o .$ 1! Second Reader...., hird Roador lourth Reader Fifth Reader. 50 7.1 100 50 23 123 Spoiler. 35 Hopkins' Manual of Amer ican Ideas, (in placo of Sixth Reader), . 1 o0 100 All of which may .now bo found. in Asfcoriia, tho store of I. XV. CASH, ttlood Chenamus street, Churcli Xotiecs, Grace Church, fProt. Episcopal) Rev. T A Hylaiid Rector, Divine services every Sunday at 10j x u and? i m; Sunday School at 1pm Congregational Church, Rev A W Tenny Paylor, Divino services every Sunday at 10 x MaindT i 3i ; Prayer Meeting every Thurs day evening, Sunday School meets at 12 m Temple Iodyc Xo. 7 A. F. & A. M. Regular Communications first and third Saturdays in ...

Publication Title: Tri-Weekly Astorian
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Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-weekly astorian. — 30 October 1873

en "ZiJJSlx ?, hi , -.-..I,. w.l.n.HI.1 Aiivm Jkj.,.,f,vwwr r A, ". E2 n k fi y i i 4 W A "Tk YOL. 1. ME ABTOEIAF. l'Ur.LTSIIKI) KVKRY 'TUESDAY, THURSDAY AXD SATURDAY, Monitor Building, Astoria, Oregon. I. C. IREZ.A3TI Proprietor Subscription Jtates: Onn Conv nnn ven.r. So 00 . .1 (K) One Copy ix months - Ono Cpy three months ST Single Number, Ten Cents. -tftt Advertising: Kates: One Insertion pcrsquare, 10 line? or less... Each additional Insertion, per square Yearly advts per month, per s iuaro 1.30 :2 .TO 200 150 Agents- L. P. Fisiikr, 20 and 21 Xcw Merchants Ex change, i? authorized to act :is Agent for tho AsTourvN in San Francisco. Any friend who feels an intcref in the pros perity of this region, is authorised to act as Agent for this paper, in procuring subcribers. CITY INTELLIGENCE. Pile driving has been resumed on Capt. Ilobson's wharf. Deer and Elk arc abundant in. this -vicinity. Bear are also plentiful. Van Dusen is well supplied with fine Star Shirts, and other article...

Publication Title: Tri-Weekly Astorian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-weekly astorian. — 30 October 1873

Cey fc'ltil.la. jnzrr: rr - m"ivuaa'..i Tri-Weekly Astorian ASTORIA, OREGON: X. C. IREfcAXO Editor. THURSDAY Oct. 30, 1873 AFRICA FOR CHINESE, Capt. Francis Gallon in the London Mail of recent date, advances the idea of miking the encouragement of Chinese settlements at one or more suitable places on the East Coast of Africa a part of the national policy of England in the belief that the Chinese immigrants would not only maintain their pos tion, but that they would multiply and their descend ants supplant the races now there, so that humanity and the world would be benefited. lie says: "Theres no lack of material for a suitable immigration into Africa. I do not say that it would be possible at any moment to persuade commun ities of men and women from South ern China to establish themselves in Africa; but I am assured, by excell ent authorities, that occasions of pol itical disturbance frequently arise when it would be practicable to do fo. by the promise of a free, or nearty free, g...

Publication Title: Tri-Weekly Astorian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-weekly astorian. — 30 October 1873

C3"3 PfrluJiM is&0VJt!iaJijl:iM2mi2 KTri-Weeklj Astorian ' THUESBi Y.. Oct. 30, 1373 Ticte Ta5Je lor Astoria. , ,'From ttaici of Wited States Coa-t SurrcO Hi?h 'vvtwc-.f Low Water. Oct. A. il. 1". .i. A. !. 1. 31. L" 7 l. ti :j4 0 .", o 28 -l) 'S 1M 7 r:-tt i .is' i 47 :; o j U 'S '2,L 7 .r:""'...l "vj! tl i - !l 0!i :; w.. feJeorolojrical Report Hours of Observation 7 a, 31. 2 .and 9 l. m. By Louis "Wilson "Oct. B:u ij 'ihennonietcY b.. . 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. Io. 17.. IS.. UL 20., 21., 22., 5?'.' 24. 25. 2. 27. 28. il- Mean 2'..ii7 30.010 :K).i:! 2i,772t !2.,.2 21.S5V :),0W'' 30,US7Jj 30,277; l3l),SJi , :i,22L J 5),2:m'; 3U. .S :U.-2 !' 1 HU,123j 5ean MaxIMin ." f.4 .72 7 It ) ( VJ 4 I ."ii.-J .12 1 j ." 4 J j'I 7 j 477 ! IS 4 115 t-;i 48 1 V, 2 .11 s 4.l ilJ 41.1 44.11 42. 4 -J.0 I'tS 4K.0 60,1 .14.0' o8.0 oJ .l'i S 71 j: 50 7i 57 9 SB'S .115 1 fnu .!' 1 12j .12 2 .12 8 .12 !i .11 7 7t) i) (50 0 5 1 nl.l 12.0 tij.i j .-. -1! .11.1 4-1.7 .11.7 riL-i .18.4 47.( 53-0 MS 52 0 521 5...

Publication Title: Tri-Weekly Astorian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-weekly astorian. — 30 October 1873

7 Fm&t iv jip - -.,-, 'y W tpKJiOafa'WwIWf . . - V.- .-ig.'SHfclJ ' ''X-- 7ir;jjKUimm'x-.. a Aaaat5je . ffri-Weekly Astorian TOUSDAT. Ocr. 30, 1S73 School Boobs. Now is the time to buy School books to conform with the new law. For fi i-i "oduction there i ' a discount of o ' 'A per cent, from retail prices, as follews: Pacific Co.ist Retail. Introducrory. Fir-t Reader...... 3 2j S W Second Ke.idcr ,. ou k Thi d Header To .) j-oi'rtUKeauer nw Firih Header- 125 Spere-. ....,.,. 35 llopkiOi" Manual of Amer ican Ide.is. tin place of Kivlh Knndor) 150 i;.,v. 100 All of which may now be found in Astoria, .at he store pf I.W. CAbE, oc21eod Chenamus street, Church Notices. Grace Church, (Prot. Episcopal) Rey. T A "II viand Hector. Divino services every biuuiay tvXl$A a m and? p m; Sunday fcchool at 1 v m Congregational Church, Rev A W Tcnny Pastor. Divine services every Sunday .at wYz a MandT r si; Prayer Meeting every lkurs (day eveu.ing, Sunday Schoql meets at 12 m 7cnilc Ioils-e No. ...

Publication Title: Tri-Weekly Astorian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-weekly Astorian. — 1 November 1873

,-- -." (II .iwbsr ti-w. J WEEKLY r: i Vol. 2. Astoria, Oregon, Saturday Morning, Nov. I, 1873. No. 1. TBI THE ASTORIAN. runusin:D KVi:nv TUESDAY, THURSDAY AND SATURDAY, Monitor; Building, Astoria, Oregon. XX. C. IREI.A3TD ... ..Proprietor Subscription Katcx: Ono Copy one year. "v'.!nn Ono Copy Fix months y W "Ono Cpy threo months 1 ,,u fidJ Single Number, Ten Cents. "a Advertising: Kates: 0no Insertion pcrsquare, 10 lines or 1cfs...S2 .0 Bach additional Insertion, per srjuaro 2 OU Yearly adv'ts per month, per square ....r... 1 o0 Agents T. P PiQirrn. 20 nnd 51. Xow Merchants Ex change, is authorised to act as Agent for the j Asteria: in .an r rancicu. Any friend who feel an interest jn tho pros perity of this region, is authorized to act as Agent for this paper, in procuring subscribers. CITY INTELLIGENCE. SIf you have a farm for sale advertise- in the Aktoriax. A. J. Keton has arrived with sixteen head of beef cattle for Mr. Loomis, from Tillamook. The Theresa Bchn was loaded at l...

Publication Title: Tri-Weekly Astorian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-weekly Astorian. — 1 November 1873

Czj ffc- .'. .-.,.. -; tyssp Tri-Weeklystpriam yr- m ASTOKIA,.OPEGOjSk I. C. IKEI-.AXD .-.. Sdior3 SATURDAY.. .Tov. J, 1S7 ste ax-pilo wing. That steam-plowing is certain to become at some future period a reg ular branch of agriculture, may not be doubted "any more than that steam -will eventually supersede horse-power wherever it can be made available in the future as it has al ready done in the past. Agriculture can not afford to remain behind the arts in any particular. It has been brought to that condition now in England and the East that conven ience mainly determines whether the farm be plowed by steam or not. Its great economy is no longer in doubt. In the month of April last, at a meeting of the London Farmers1 Club, a paper was read by a farmer, Mr. J. K. Fowler, relating his exper ience with steam cultivation. In Mn fHonncomii Ar votlim. ,.,-v-. ., ,.1-r. .... t,, ";y"" T M for there was no divided opinion up on the matter-which followed, sov- I oral other farmers gave the...

Publication Title: Tri-Weekly Astorian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-weekly Astorian. — 1 November 1873

tal m Tri-Weekly Astorian ! SATURDAY..:. ; Xdv. i,iST3 j Meteorological Keport ttonrs of Observation 7 a, m. 2 and 9 i m. By Louis Wilson Oct. Bar j i I Moan J Thermometer MeanlMaxIMin Rain fall a.... 6.... i .... tf... y... 10.... n... 32... IS.... 14... lo... if... 17... IS... 1H... 3)... 21... 22 '." 21... 27... 2S... ::o... 2..H7:t 30.00-1 30.uio' :U).i:W 2J.b7S 2.1,772 2l,.n2 2I,8: :-J0,00 . 30,087 .:-i0,22S i30,itri' 30,2 H) 30,277 iav-flL'1 :jg,:5:o :;o,22i :O,.)0 :J.0,20 1 30,:M0 H0,1n-) :tu.l.s; :), 0! I :;0,!02 !:W,2il oO.HUS JO, IS 30, IS-") 130,212 .12 7 ri Jl ." 0 .,). I .)T 1 ."ilo 2 1 .I-: 7 -17 7 48 4 ! 4 1 .7 4.1 4)0 484 r 2 .11 8 48.1 41.' 41.1 41.0 42.0 4:10 4-5.8 4 i.O .10,4 fT.2 4U .11.0' 47.0 .18.01 -11.0 lij 7 4S 8 .10 8' .12 0 71 4! .121 .10 7i .K) 7 .17 01 .11 0 .18 8' .12 0 .10 0 .10 0 .12 0 4 1 0l 410; 40 0 ;8 7 38 0 .13 01 410' lil in 0 l' 1 .112 .12 2 .12 8 .12 ! 00 0 oS 1 .11.0 .12.0 414! M 0 4J.0 42.0 .10.4; 40.51 j 10. 1 1 41.2. 01.11 . 4'.7 11.7 .l'....

Publication Title: Tri-Weekly Astorian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-weekly Astorian. — 1 November 1873

w tmKzzzExsnmsas&i i . Tri-Weekly Astorian SATURDAY -Nov. 1, 1873 New School Books. I have jiibt re ceived all the different kinds of New School Books required to be used in this State, that can now be found in San Francisco. Also, Slate pencils, Blotting pads, a good as sortment of Stationery, Drawing paper, CARD BOARD, Perforated board, Ink, (Carmine, Purple and Black). Likewise a new stock of Crockery, Clocks and a large assortment of Lamp Chimneys, all of which will be sold cheap for cash. I. "W. CASE. Church Notices, Graco Church, fProt. Episcopal) Rev. T A Hyland Rector, Divine services every Sunday at Wj. x m and? r m; Sunday School at 1 r m Congregational Church, Rev A "VV Tenny Pastor. Divine .services every Sunday at 10) a MandT r m; Prayer Meeting every Thurs day evening:, Sunday School meets at 12 ii Temple Lodge Ko. 7 A. F. & A. M. Bogular Communications first and third Q Saturdays in each month, at 7 o'clock "Vj 1 v., at tho Hall in Astoria. MembersV of tho Urd...

Publication Title: Tri-Weekly Astorian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-weekly astorian. — 4 November 1873

en fwii'Ki:m nw.. nmwry ysifvjkrt!i,,,m...n ,.,.,.tT-,.rn..,". llV'';y;r3ra;rTX SS 11 A. Vol. '2. Astoeia, Oregon, Tuesday Morning, Nov. 4, 1873, No. '2. lw.".i.) i'.u r'!.!,.i L-wjtf;,Mrr-T TJCWlMfiJSBirEJXIJ '.'' ii'Tr1".'.!'!'!.'!.! - TEE ASTORIAH. PUBLISHED EVERY, TUESDAY, THUKSDAT AND SATURDAY, Monitor Building, Astoria, Oregon. I. C. IIiEX.AXZ .1'ro&rieUv Snh&CTlntion Kates: Ono Copy ono year. Ono Copy six months - .. Ono Cnv three months ..S5 00 ... .1 00 ... 150 3" single- I umber, Teu Cents. '& Atlvorlisisig' Kates : Ono Insertion per square, 10 linos or less...2 50 Each additional Insertion, per square 2 00 Yearly adv'ts per month, per square 1 ou Agciits T, P. "Fisher. 20 and 21 Ner Merchants Ex change, is authorized to act as Agent for the i iiSTOHiv moan jiiiutisw. Any friend who feels an interest in the pros perity of this region, is authorized to act as Agent for this paper, in procuring subscribers. CITY INTELLIGENCE. Mr. Terinan's dancing school -will op...

Publication Title: Tri-Weekly Astorian
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Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-weekly astorian. — 4 November 1873

Czl Tri-Weekly Astorian ASTORIA, OREGON: S. C. XRE&AXI) Editor. TUESDAY 3STov.4,1873 Senator Mitchell left San Fran cisco for Washington on Tuesday last. The race of fox-hunting English parsons is hot yet extinct. Rev. H. Davis, vicar of Glangood, was re cently fined $10 for trespassing in pursuit of game. Senator Clayton and others have purchased a controlling interest in the Little Rock, Arkansas Republi can, which is now to harmonize with the State government. A mean-spirited wretch in Al bany named Van Cott has shown himself to be the enemy of the fe- male sex in a most aggravating way. For a couple of months past com plaints have been heard from many of the ladies of the city that their dresses have been ruined by some body who has made it a practice to expectorate liquorice juice upon them in the streets at night. It is said that over a hundred valuable silk dresses have been ruined in this ,way and by this Tan Cott, who was .arrested on Sunday night, just after he had eje...

Publication Title: Tri-Weekly Astorian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-weekly astorian. — 4 November 1873

Ol Tri-Weekly Astoriaa TUESDAY Noy. 4, 1S73 Title Table for Astoria. From tables of United States Coast Survey.) High "Water-! Low Water. Nov. -u. A. M. 1. M. A. M P, 1 10 23....!.-lu 18 4 04 2. 11 10 .11 21? 5 01 o 11 46 oo ooj 5 47 4 0 151 0 20 6 24 5 .. 1 11 0 5t li 59 ....:... 2 00 1 348 7 34! 7 2 51 2 13S 8 15 4 20 5 32 G 30 72S 8 14 S 51) 9 41 8 U 41 2 535 S 54 10 31 9 4 34 3 32L 9 40 11 19 10 4 29 4 22 10 34 oo oo 11 6 25 3 2!S 0 07 all 33 12 .. 7 20 tf 321 0 5S 0 39 13 8 10 7 33 1 49 1 41 14 S 57 S m 2 39 2 44 15 9 40 9 3S8 3 2C 3 41 PORT F ASTOKIA- FollowingisalistoF vessels on the way to this port, and a record of the arrivals and de partures up to date: Bark Whistler, Simpson, from Bolivia. Bark Cutwater, sailod from S. E., 31st. Brig Orient, sailed from S. F,t Oct 27th. Stinr Ajax, Bollcs, from San Francisco. British bark Arouco, o02 tons, from Peru. Brig Sheet Anchor, sailed from S.F., 31st Sch Alice Huake, sailed from S. P., Oct, 29. Barkentine "Webfoot, sailed from S....

Publication Title: Tri-Weekly Astorian
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Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-weekly astorian. — 4 November 1873

w Tri-Weekly Astorian TUESDAY jStoy. 4,1873 Hiram Smith's majority in Clat sop County was thirteen. Dr. Glass of Portland, and U man named Mealy, of Albany, have been arrested on charge of producing the death of a Miss Mary Hardman, of Linn County, by malpractice, about one month ago. The Domestic Sewing Machine took 'the first premium at the State Fair also, four blue ribbons for work. ' It also took 'the blue ribbon at two of the county fairs. I. W. Case is agent for Clatsop' county. Call and see it for yourselves. 15t jK"ew School Books. I have jiibt.re ceived all the different kinds of New School Books required to ben-ed in this Slate, 1 hat can now be found in San Francisco. Also, Slate pencils, Blotting pad, a good as sortment of Stationeiy, Drawing paper, CARD BOARD, Perfoialed board, Ink, (Carmine, Purple and Black). Likewise a -new stock of Crockery, Clocks and a large ..assortment pf Lamp Chimneys, all of oyhich will be sold cheap for cash. " I. AY. CASE. 3r?f jrrvtt hare ...

Publication Title: Tri-Weekly Astorian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
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