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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 19 September 1877

(') 'I M HUM I HI I INI' " " I ' I Ml' mi T li Y T 7fl Mil i,j r , , mrf JW . JJlg& wl J 1&C5 k r l , .i v - Sk r Yol. "LL'-'-lLT"-!!: ' ' ' """ " ----'-"dlfyf-'" em- UB-i -U ...Jg.-afc-Jill j w BrB.m , , ., MBB.WMMiMg ..... -, Ann,r. a-n-v-v tTSr?.n? I -v. i -f. .... ?BWvvau, ISSUED EVERY MORNING, (Monday Excepted), C. IREZiAXS) : : PUUl.ISIIER. Axtoriun BvAkllng, Cits Sired. . t ernis of Subscription : fcorvoil by C.irricr, per week -i Conf. Soatby mail, four month? - J Sent 1)5' mail, cnc year - 'J w Free of Postage to .SuUrcnbois. i&T Advertisements inserted by the year at the rate of $1 3t) per square per montn. Transient advcrtieins, Oy the tiay or wcck, fifty cents per square for each insertion. To City Subscribers. There are such frequent change in tharesi tQonce of our city patrons thai w e shall Tcel oblisred to any who make ach change if they will report die same to tlii'iiet. Otherwise tve shall not bo responsible for failure of the carrier to deliver the pap...

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 September 1877

CO I. 'MLA.HJijn&lPJJ,Ll J :aai3;jAAmiiaa g&$ gftiloj QstextewL. ASTORIA, OREGON: D. C. IBE7jA3H Editor. "WEDNESDAY Sept. 19, 1S77 A SEA PORT? Cou2ti not 5mu.iI i:t Portland. The return of shipments made by the Mountain. Laurel shows that even little barks cannot load at Portland this year. The Mountain Laurel car ries array 38,G32 bushels of wheat, valued at 40,331 74, but of this amount she was compelled to receive fully one fourth at Astoria. What a pretty spectacle this presents for a sea port situated as Portland is situated. Here is a little British bark of G87 ions register compelled to come from the big city of Portland-on-Wallamet vith only about three fourths of lifir cargo on board. Will Kro. Natorp explain if the $1 25 bonus per ton in this case, netting $1,125 00 was more profitable to the grain ring than it would have been to pay the same amount io a few American citizens for lighterage? Arc not all such transac tions directly in violation of the laws of Congre...

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 September 1877

N r- "N reraKgryrjgiw.ir?.,riiyji g.l. grdJy gtccdmx, ASTORIA Sepj. 19, 1S77 Tide Ta;?e lor Astoria. SEPTEMBER. From tables of United State? Coast Survey. ili?h Water. Low Water. 2JJ.V. a. u !'. . . M. 1 M. w - T 3.I.. 3. .......... S 4.. :" it so.. v. io . .... r 4si. .... 7 331 . .... R SS. 1 11. 2 lit. :$ 21. .. 0 01- .. 1 10 2 2fl j ."!. 16 4 at J IV r ;:: j 5S1 $ n fj9 ' :i IV 11 24 1 41'... i-0 11 55 -11 271... 11 .. 0 201... ;.' .. 0 0') 0 47... .. 0 4Q 1 22... .. 1 22 1 :M... j 01. G 03 C 5r .. 7 21... 7 43... 7 m 7. in 8 31 OLE A RAXCES A D DEPART CUES. SUI.KU JIo:nta:n Laurel, lib. OsJitons, Agaew for Quccns- Arc a. str ISM tonp, I -taiey, S. F. Spt 17. Sv-. Waif, brie. 273 toa. Umpqua. Sopt. 18. Tem: (Jc.min. U. S liev. Cutter. J. W. V.Tiite, iJout. for Alaska hept. 17. f'.. of Chester, str., 1H tons, Holies. S. FSoptli ARRIVALS FROM SEA. o , str 1?-"i4 tons Maclric. S F Sept. 13. X'der 1703 tons, Com. Connor. S. r . bept 14 sch. S F.. to loud lumber at Kartppton. t'1- ai...

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 September 1877

I LV w jps iQ Qstaxxnvu ASTORIA Sept. 19, ISw Temple .Lodge, No. 7, A. F. A. M. Regular Communication? first and lirird Saturdays in each month, at 7.30 ..Jl,l- .. if f tin IIU in AstfirilL. Members of the Order, in sood standing, are nvitcd to attend. Uy ordoi of tho W. Al. Beaver .Lodge No. 185, 1. O. O. F. Moot every Friday, evening. .gfc.. .it7i o'clock, in tncUUii l-cuow . x, o'ciock, in uicuuu x-wiiw" SficVsSi!5E Ccor. of Cass and ChonMuu&SSaf' cts, Astoria. Members of the er are invited to attend. B order, J. U, Hall streets Order Astoria Lodge No. 40, 1. O. G. T. . llogular Mooting every Tuesday livening ut7y. o'clock, at Good Templar's Hall, Ghcnjt mus" Street, Astoria, over C. L. Parkers Store. Members of the Order, in good stand ing, are invited to attend. Degree mooting lit Monday oaeh month. Uy order V . C. 1. Common Council. llcgular meetings first and third Monday evenings of each month, at M o'elock iY& Persons desiring to have matters acted upon by the Counc...

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 September 1877

- y T&jgpymmr?, ' 7t$gBSF? 0) f " -nr . . . .. Y i Vol. 3. Astoria, Oregon, Thursday Morning, September 20, 1877. No. 91. . W llll . .!-. .-' I Jiu ..-?-- .i.'.-.'.TJ.j.jmvH.JUL ! ) i i I TTTfflrT ' - J -"- J'A.'I . lUlll tit . PWMH.., i. AA tlllW JL''L J?",1 laV-iJ.'Hl I t '.JimJULAfr IffW Wfl HI MIMP WllWIUfl Vi -j Astoria Letter. FOREIGN EXPORTS. Clatsop County Resources. TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. ; Sto glailtj stemrx, ISSUED EVERY MORNING, (Monday Excepted), J. C. XRELANI : : PUBLISHER. Abtvrian Building, Cass Street. Terms gf Subscription : crved by Carrier, per week 2o Cents Snnf hv llinil limr mnntlic S:i (Ml Sent by mail, enc year. .Free of Postage to Subscribers. y oo The following intercstini; letter was writ ten by Mrs. C. SWoodworth to the Standard. Astoria. Sept. 14. 1877. A day of sunshine, sandwiched be tween two that were quite the rever.se, afforded the desired opportunity for a journey (o upper town, which could only be accomplished bv a feat of pedestran ship that req...

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 September 1877

HaWSK"1 r-S 'r. w : 4 gfce fails aiflBfem. y ASTORIA, OREGON : D. C. IRELAND ......Editor. THURSDAY Sept. 20, 1877 Strikers Trials. Nine ringleaders in the late railroad strike have been convicted in the United States court at Philadelphia, and sentence is to be pronounced to morrow. The charge was delaying the mails upon the Pennsylvania, New York and Western railroads. Judge Cadwallader held upon the trial that the defense made by the strikers that they offered no objection to the pas sage of locomotives and mall cars, was not a mitigating circumstance, the view being that, as the lawful contract was for the transportation of the mails upon passenger trains, any interference with the trains upon which mails were carried rendered the parties liable. Judge Drummond has made the same ruling at Chicago. So it is settled that the strikers have rendered them selves liable to prosecution in the United States courts in all cases where they interfered with the regular run ning of passenger...

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 September 1877

) r r N .'4. isar. gtos ail3j sixrcims:, ASTORIA-. -Sepi.20, 1S77 Tiilo Taole Tor Astoria. SEPTEMBER. From tables of United States Coast Snrvcy. II ifcli Water. Low Water. Da V. A. M. 1'. M. A. M. P. M. 3. 7 Si 0 -Ml 1 "..- 0 01 1 10 8 4K 7 ."CTK. i'J... 17 n a, s f.St 3 21 2 29 1 10 42 1) .T51 "I 4 03 io n 21 -in 41! - r 04 r, 02 SB) II 55 11 27 5 50 5 51 2! 0 20! 0-" 52!".!!!!!!!! 0 o'V!!l!! 0 471 ." 7 10 : 0 4R 1 22j 7 21 7 59 5i. .... i -, . :sr,i 7 43 8 34 CLEARANCES AND DEPARTURES. cu:ai:i:i. ;ret,i. Br&lnp. 125'J tonR, McCredie, Qaeenstown, Sept. I. Svn.KO Oeo. W.Elder 17( tons. Com. Connor. S. 1". Sept 19 'Tom Corwin. U. S Rev. Cutter. J. W. White, Com. S. F. Sept. 17. 7.Iountain Laurel, Kb.GSfltons Agnew for Qaeens town Sept. H ARRIVALS FROM SEA. iqj , fs. 1214 tons. .Johnson. S F Sept. IS r l.VJ tons. Macfcic. S F Sept. 18. A) Hare , S F., to load lumber at Knappton. Set IjMdc!fcr. blc. "R7 tons, Durkie, S. F. to load for EuronwKept. IS. ItiverlnduVBrsh 1858 tons. Hewi...

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 September 1877

0) aMftBMMMHttt gto ail stcwiatt. ASTORIA Sept. 20, 187? Oregon Summer. From tho Standard, Juno 2d The important advantage that Ure on has over California in the matter of unfailing seasons has been well ventilated and will be thoroughly un . derstood after awhile by immigrants seeking homes on this Pacific coast. But another and equal important ad vantage is the great mildness of our summer. We published yesterday an extract from the San Francisco Bulletin showing the extreme heat now obtaining in California the thermometer at points in the interior going up to 113 degrees. It is burn ing up the crops, the vegetation, the .: mH fho leafv June trees are nHflino- their leaves so rapidly as to i indicatcAutumn instead of mid-Summer. Here we have almost the gen ialitv of smiling Spring, just enough of heat to make the weather delight ful, while blankets are indispensable at night. It is true the mercury indi i cates what would in the cast be a high degree of heat, but the same laws do ...

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 September 1877

fftjC". ' A gl I Vrl 9 Astoria, Oregon, Friday Morning, September 21, 1877. ffo. 92. T vl O. LMfcHLwf i'u l. j?- -j ,tw-. "- Ji'.'iJ-'wnmei V glue ail33 stxyxJivm, ISSUED EVERY MORNING, (Monday Excepted), C. IRELAND : : PUBLISHER. AatorioAi Building, Cass Street. i. I enns of Subscription : crvcd by Carrier, ior week .23 Cents Sent by mail, four months - S 00 Sent by mail, cne year. 'J 00 Free- of Postage to .Subcribers. AST Advertisements inserted by the year :it the rate of SI o0 per Ftjuar" jt month. Transient advcrtiMns, by the day or week, fifty cents per square fur each insertion. To City Subscribers. There arc such frequent change0 in the resi dence of our city nations that ivo .-hall feel obliired to any vh$jikc such chnge if they will rcpoit the sanie to thi- oSieo. Othe: wise ivo shall jiot be rcjoniblo for failure? of the carrier t deliver the paper promptly and regularly to them. Tins Pride of A stoma Is the1 name of an excellant cigar which A lion (I. Yiiilelias introdu...

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 September 1877

(n g&& -Ail Qstexinu. ASTORIAOREGON: D. C. IREtAXD Editor. PRIDAY Sept. 21, 1S77 For the Portland Lobby. The "Washington territorial assem bly will meet one week from next Monday. We understand that the Portland board of trade, not satisfied with the painstaking efforts of Captain Flavel and Captain A. M. Simpson to do the piloting on the Columbia river bar without losses, have decided to ask the territorial assembly to create new offices and increase the number of pilots on the bar, so that the little Dundee and "British colony" at Port land may succeed in getting up an opposition on the bar between rival companies; and thus, by taking des perate chances occasionally, as all opposition steamers do, they can pile up a few wrecks here, (a thing which has been unknown since the tug As toria come on the bar.) And then these over-zealous board of trade fel lows may publish to the world with some plausibility, that the British bark this, and the British ship that, were wrecked on...

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 September 1877

' LV r , v vnfifanszaEZisvsrsieswcsa glx gvohj QsX&xvm. ASTORIA Sept. 21, 1377 TiK' T:tblc lor Atorin. SEPTEMJIER. 3'rom tabic of United States Coast Survey. High Water- Low Water. Pa v. . m. P. M. A. M. P. M. i."i.....1TTh:i ; -hi i n o 01 It; .. s -! 7 .i.- 2 10 1 10 it ) . s .'s :; 21 2 20 Ik ..10 42 0 TC, 4 18 4 03 1 11 24 lu 411 .I 04 5 02 10 n w n 27i s ro .... r r,i 21 0 201 0 05 0 03 22 0 G 0 47 G S5 7 10 2:; 0 -R 1 221 7 21 7 HO 24 1 22. 1 :WI 7 4:3 8 34 CLi:A7iA.CKS asd departures. SUI.KP "Grota. I'.rahlp, i2H tons, McCredie, QueenstoTni, Sopt.2li. O.-o. W.filder ITU'i tons. Com. Connor. S. V. Sept 19 Tom Corv"in. TJ. S Itev. Cutter. J. V. "White, Coin. S. 1. Sept. 17. f" ?.Ionnt.-iin Laurel, Cb. GSOton, Agnew for Queens ton n Sent. IS ARRIVALS FROM SEA. -- Olr-iba.vs 1244 tons., Johnson, hi- bept. 13 ac, str I 5- tons. MacUie. S 1" Sept. 18. s. vch, s i, to load lumbor at Knanpton. Sett 13. H:iid. Br. Wr.TST tons, DurVic, S. F. to load for Eurflbe. Sept. 13. Tlivcr Ir...

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 September 1877

a) Jg&e mlx$ Qstsxxmx. ASTORIA Sept. 21, IS77 OREGON'S CJIANCJE. From Iho Oregon Statesman. Every indication now points to im proved times in Oregon. Crop pros pects were never better and the promise of good prices is very flat tering. Prom Hon. G. AV. Colby, the champion Granger of Northern California, we learn that the tide of emigration, from the Southern partis simply immense, all headed towards Oregon. But it is not alone from California that immigrants are com ing; they are coming by the hundreds iron Eastern States. Oregon is no longer known as a county in California, but as a State possessing vast natural resources and offering better inducements to set tlers than any other, of the States or Territories, of the United States. Sj'mpathizing with California in her unfavorable prospects for crops for the coming harvest, yet her misfor tune has had the ellect to turn the tide of emigration towards Oregon where the crops never fail. Here tofore California has been enabled to ...

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 September 1877

0) arum , Yol. 3. Astoria, Oregon, Saturday Morning, September 22, 1877. No. 93. i II i J I T V ' 1i H i i-1"" "-'- fi glxs Sails jvxaimi. ISSUED EVERY MORNING, (Monday Excepted i, J5. ". IRELAND : : 1TBMSIIEIU J dorian EnUding. Caw Street. Terms of Subscription? Served hy Cnrricr, per week .- ent by mail, four months Sent by moil, one year. . - Tree of Postage to Subscribers. Cents ..$: 00 .. 0 00 ttAdvcrttacmcnt.! inserted by the year at lbe rate of $1 ." por .ju:ire per month. Transient advcrtMnr.'by the day r week, fifty cents per square fice-ach insertion. To City Subscribers. There arc such frequent change in tlie resi dence of our citv jMitrons thar we shall feel obliged to any who make such changes if they will report the same to tlii3 jfhec. Otherwise we -hall not be responsible for failures of the carrier to deliver the paper promptly and rojfularly to them. Trn: Wh.toxs. Wilton's dramatic troupe i? playing i a hran ,K"V theatre Jit Junction City. lx Xkw Yokk. Mr. Jacob Ka...

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 September 1877

D w -m ' m anjtii'Ki!- - '" t jj-'mi-j jgjaA.g: Jim i nwt i iaaaaBBwgirimx-gEEgan&q' W-majB pp ga$ &jetoawx. ASTORIA, OREGON: D. G. IREIiAXD.... ..Editor. SATURDAY Sept. 22, 1S77 Indian War Letter. . From the special corresponence of the Standard, dated Sept. 2d, from the front, Ave collate the fol fel fol eowing: 1 am now in the great National park, and should take rreat pleasure in describing it in ill its sulphuric splendor, but as people have already been pretty considerably lectured on this sub ject, and as at the present writing he sublime scenery that surrounds , beer store, with its odor of Schweitzer, would be far more en hanting to me, I hardly feel like thrusting scientific talk or sul phates upon an unsuspecting pub lic. Should any of your readers want to know anything about the great "national laboratory" they will have to get a book and read it up. On entering the park, we began picking up half-starved and ragged -white men, who had escaped from the Nez Forces....

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 September 1877

.-3W- h) r r-m j r ...' gatvjgfatrt tan wn.i 'SJ '' J rf " Site gaxXs tetroim ?.n C3 ASTORIA Sept. 22, 1877 Tide TnlJe lor Astoria. SEPTEMBER. From table? of United States Coast Survey. COMMERCIAL AND SHIPPING. Ilwaco Steam Nav. Co. High Water. !;ay. a. s. i M. Low Water. A. M. p. M. 2j o 0.) o -17! ,; - 23 0 4? 1 Iti. 7 21... i it! i :;! 7 All... .. 7 1!J .. 7 r .. s :w CLEARANCES AND DEPARTURES. (.rota. Urglr.p. 1219 tons McCredie, Queenstovn, :lt. ".. 0cj. W.'iciiler 17 tons. Om. Onnor. S. V. Sppt 19 Com. S. 1 Sept. !7. u. .iviitcr inn wire. --i. ... . -. "-lj- Tom Com in. U. S Rev. Cutter. J. W. White, 3Hcntain Liirol, fib. eSStons, Agnew for Queens UMTJl Svpt. IS .1 KM VA LS FROM SEA. hcaVTaif, lri?,t!3 ton-,. Uniwiu. Sept. 20. OnrJnui, bS. 12 tons. Johnson. S F Sept. IS Aj:ix,kr lXrM tons, Matkiu. S V Sopt. 13. Un. esVih, S I'., to 1oh1 lmnbor at Knappton. 5v-pt l HsiiW. lll,l:. 7KT tons. Diirkic. S. F. to lo:id for Lurie. bept. 13 Ttivor Indu-, Krsh lb5fi tons. Hewitt, S F to...

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 September 1877

rv -5R CiJ gft gailjj sjtacisro. ASTOKTA Sept. 22, 1377 INVEST IN LANDS. Although an investment in Real Estate may not at once prove lucra tive and yield an immediate income to the purchaser, we have found, from many years experience, that all judicious investments made, either in farming lands or suburban property adjoining a growing and prosperous city like this, invariably result in a fine speculation, or at all events in one that is doubly sure for a good paying investment. In the products of the soil all wealth has its origin. The indus trious farmer must always have a market for his wares. What he has to sell are the absolute necessities of life, and he that does not produce them must obtain them of him who does. Whatever may be a man's business, however much money he may control, he must look to the tiller of the soil for that which will sustain life. There may be local derangements, but on the whole there is of necessity a market for every important product, and the producer...

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. — 23 September 1877

0 1 Yol. 3. Astoria, Oregon, Sunday Morning, September 23, 1877. No. 94. mmmmtmaBmssmsmmmmmasammmmamtmmtammmmtmmummmmmmamamimmtmmmmmm v gto ilg stoxmx, ISSUED EVERY MORNING, (.Monday Excepted), i. :. mr,i.AM : : pl'SIjIssieik. Astorian Building, Cass Street. Terms of Subscription : fccrved by Carrier, per week 25 Cents Sent ly mail, four months - S:5 00 Jjent by mail, cno year. 'J 00 free of Postage to .Subscribers. iT Advertisements inserted by the year at the rate of ?! -0 per square per month. Transient advertising, by the day or week, fty cents per square for each insertion. i To City Subscribers. There arc such freijuent chanpes in the resi dence of our city patrons that wo shall feel obliged to any who make such changes if they will report the same to thisollice. Uthoiwi.se wo .-hall not be responsible for failures of the I carrier 10 uciiver aie paper piompuy anu regularly to them. Ai:i:ivi:i The hark Rival. Capt. Adams, arrived at KnaMpton yesterday where he is to load with ...

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. — 23 September 1877

00 r !xsm twjMLtmjAitggBCigc y:!lnLWtA'l'L''..AM 1 y - -. y $pe gilaj siercfcm. ASTORIA, OREGON: D. C. IREI.AXI Editor. SUNDAY SErT. 23, 1S77 That Northern Pacific Railroad Branch to Astoria. The citizens of Astoria are not sat isfied with any secret assurances from the Northern Pacific Railroad com pany that they will build any branch to Astoria. "We do not believe they intend to do it, without the people of Oregon compel them to. We want jmblic assurance, not private assur ances. We want to see it in the acts of Congress extending aid the coming session; and if the people of Astoria and Oregon take hold of the matter right it will be there; we know we do not mistake the public opinion of all Oregon when we say that one of the termini of the road must be at Astoria. It is Oregon's interest to have a termi nus in Oregon, not a station. Where ELSE CAN A TERMINUS BE EXCEPT AT Astoria? Gentlemen! of eastern Ore gon, Wallamet valley, Rainier, Colum bia city, St. Helens, Clifton, Westpor...

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. — 23 September 1877

mmmmmmm W.mV 'tf&fP&fffl?' 0) 4 arsaa8s5MtscaGK I nli5 glwxmx, ASTOIIIA Sept. 23, 1877 Tltlt- Tn)l for Astoria. SEPTEMBER. From tables of United States Coast Survey. High Water. Low Water. A. M. 1. M. 22 0 0.) 0 47 6 ViS 7 If) ZU 0 43 - 1 22j 7 21 7 50 "21... 1 2" 1 .'Wl 7 43 8 'M V5 2 0T 2 001 8 00 ) 03 20... 2 AT" " ... 2 2.-.1 8 .'2 0 47 5f7.. 3 :;i .. 2 .r!M D 04 10 28 IS. 4 :)' ... n 4S 1) 4! 11 20 '.') L r, :r,i . 4 Al 10 47 39 G 47 04J 0 '- " rs 1 S 0."$ - 7 ISi 1 .".5 1 1.1 CLEARANCES ASD DEPARTURES. -o C LEAKED. , Sept. 21. Hayes, scb, S F. swi.tcn Orient, brig 312 tons. S. 1'. Sept. 22. Oriiuba, &s. I24J tons. Johnson, S F Sept. 22 frpt. lirs'ajn, 1219 tons, McCredic, Queenstown. bept.StL .-co. V.lv!r i7 tons. Com. Connor, S. F. Sept 19 Tom CWv.h. U. S Rev. Cutter.-J. W. White, Com.o. F. Sit. 17. ARRIVALS FROM SEA. n ;riU bk ! tins. Adams. fc. 1. bept. Si. feyif, oris. -73 tons. Umpqua, Sept. 20. Ai.i:r in5t tj.im. Mackie. b Jb Jsept. lo. Iiaidee;r. Ik.7x7 tons...

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. — 23 September 1877

CO Scientiiic Advertising. The Springfield Republican calls attention to the fact thai ad vertising on board fences and dead walls is being abandoned from a conviction of its general uselessness. The practice was rec ently denounced at the convention of Stove Manufacturers of the coun try, at Detroit, where the President said: If we would make the best possible use of our money we should patronize ably con ducted and responsible new.-papers. He added: "the newspaper is immeasurably the be.4 medium open to our trade; the most liberal and expert advertisers te?tijy to its value, and in the employment of its columns we would find a means of escape irom wasteful undigniGed and ineffective methods." Live commercial men everywhere are fully sensible of the great ben etit derived from ad verging All the great fortunes, especially in the retail trade, have been made by that process. Advertising means the bringing home to the greatest number of people possible a knowl edge of the thiniis whi...

Publication Title: Daily Astorian, The
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