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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-weekly astorian. — 2 December 1873

I T-WEEKLY -hT ': . Vol. Astoria, Oregon, Tuesday Morning, Dec. 2, 1873. Fa 13. ASTOMAfl -4 $HE ASTORIAN. li"BMKED EVERT tJESDAIJRSDAY AND SATURDAY, Monitor BuSeSng, Asfco&a, Oregon. If. C IRET.AXB, ..Proprietor abs?cripfIon Rates: 3nc Qs?y i?nc yoar..... .w $5 H) 0no Copy s-ix itrorftffcs . J 00 Khio Copy thrco inHrths. . - 6. o0 SOT Single Xuicte, on Qmts. "tea Advertising ncj Ono Insertion pcrsciuarc,101nesorless.$2o0 Kxch additional Insertion, pdr square..... '-2 00 Yearly adr'ts per month, ror square . 5L 30 Agents- L. P. Fisher, 20 n& 21 New Merchants Ex change, is authort7.e& to Ttct &s Agent fcfirtho Astohi x in San Fnftidlsco. Any friend who fodis an interest in the pros perity of this regions authorized, to act as Agont for tfeis paper, sin procuring subscribers. CITT INTELLIGENCE. Sec AdverlSsed letters. To morrow s the time fixed for ithe sale of tke Knappton mills by Sheriff Wl&tcomb. We understand the Common' Council will to-night occupy the new vsh...

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. — 2 December 1873

Cej P sUBBr.'" 01, & n -9mmmv'm . Tri-Weekly Astorian ASTORIA, OREGON: 1. C. IBEZ.AXD.A...A Editor. ASTORIA Dec. 2, 1873 The principal shippers of wheat from San Francisco this season, have been E. E. Morgan's Sons who clear ed the largest number of vessels, say 21; Makin & Hubback, 18; Dickson, De Wolf and Co., 10; Alacfarltme, Blair and Co., 10; Rodgers and Mey ers, 9; Balfour, Guthrie and Co., 8; Ealkner and Bell,8; N. Ten Bosch, 5: R. B. Irwin and Co. and Gildermcis tei Meucke andCo., each 4; "William T. Coleman, 3; Farmers' Co-operative Union, 2; and the following houses each one carge: Henry Lund, A. E. Sabetie and Co., R. Fuerstein and Co. Parrott and Co., G. O'Hara Taaffe and Starr Brothers and Campbell. The two cargoes cleared by the Far mers' Co-operative Union were "sold before leaving iort, and one of the cargoes .cleard by E. E. Morgan's Sons was sold before the vessel had finished -loading. With these and other trival corrections, the figures given represent th...

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. — 2 December 1873

3J Tri-Weekly Astorian ASTORIA. Dee. 2, 1S73 TiIe Table Tor Astoria. (From tables of United States Coast Stirvov.) High Water.! Low Water. Dec. A.M. l M. A. M. 1. M. J ID 215... J 11 0!)... :t 0 15... .-li ... "3 .all ... 0 ... 1 ... 1 2 ... o ... 3 ... 4 111.. c. m. 07.. ."KM.. 3l.. 111.. ry.).. .in.. oHL 318.. 51? 58F.. .... 4 14 . .... 5 0 , .... o 48. .... t) 30 . .... 7 15 . .... S 00 . .... 8 45 . .... U 30 . ....10 1 ..,.li Oil , .... 0 02 . ..... 0 45 . ..... 1 3 . .... 2 18 . .... 3 05. . 5 15 . 0 19 . 7 ( . S 03 . S 49 . 0 31 .10 13 .10 50 .112.5 ." 0 05 . 0 59 . 1 55 . 2 55 . 3 5'J 4 ') i; 7 ,. 1 OS ... 1 5'5 ... 2 42 ... 3 21) ... 4 15 ... 4 o' ... r. 40 ... (i 22 ... 7 03 . 7 4:) ... 8 :u .. y 20 8 ! 10 11 - 22 33 14 l.'i Exports for Xovemher. Eight vessels cleared from Astoria for for eign ports, during the month of November, as follews: Nov. 2d. "British ship PI crcho. sailed for Liv erpool, with 21,728 centals wheat, valued at S47,40. Nov. th, Tiriti-h ship City of P...

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. — 2 December 1873

Ml -jamirvr -mfciMM Tri-Weekly AstorianJ n ASTORIA.- Dec 2, IS73 i W M j i x , . ,. I IIATE A JEOO&. ! I hate a fool like pizen, Bad-as I hate a thief, And hate a liar, for they all Bring other folks to grief; I hate a noseing gossip, "Whose nabty prying snout Pokes inter peoples business, To ferret bii'thin? out. I hate their pizen scandal, N"o matter how it's fixed "With guesses, lies and heresays Benevolently miied, And dealt out free as water In long .November rains And may the king of brimstone Bewrd 'em for their pains. I s.lkn-5 hate a, drunkard, A loafer, and a fop; And hate a kid-glove dandy, "Whobe brains are soft as pop; I hate deceit and fawning, . And hate like all possessed A snarling, jawing temper That gives nobody rest. Old Experience. OUR SPIGERY. The Home Circuit Walking about with a baby in the night. "Bedad, I never was in a coun try before where they had so much land that they had to stack it," is the remark ijnputed to a son of Ire .ind after he had inspec...

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 December 1873

CO TTT-3---.il"' T 't 'U"Jg'J! .u . T7!iu?g?J-H-u .,.,- V-.,i -- :. .1 t.L . ?.! . Astoria, Oregon, Thursday Morning, Dee. 4, 1873. No.14, Vol. 2. ASTORIA -yym-imJH-'HlLJ.'L-ll-..lWLMi.l-iLgLmg5 mn miixufmiw m w : H'HI TEE ASTORIAIT. Common Council Proceedings. rrw.isiiKi) every TUESDAY, THURSDAY AXD SATURDAY, Monitor Building, Astoria, Oregon, IX .!. iA"'I ...w WAPropricfr Subscript ioir Rates: Qtto Copy one year .v...v...... 5 00 Ono Copy ?ix month? ? !" Ouo Opy throe months.....-..........;-- ;:; idU iiT-Sinslo dumber. Ten Cents. u Advertising: Ratc.w Oro Insertion per sciiia.ro, 10 lines or lc?s...$2 o0 Jich additional Insertion, per square.... 1 uu Yearly adv'ts per month, per square Agcnts- L P- Fisher. 20 and 21 Now Merchants Ex chnge, is authorized to act tts Agent Tor the JLstoki .v in San Francisco. . Any friend who feels an interest in the pros- ,.-;,. nf ihla rnrinn. i5 HUt.lloriZCul to act US Agent for this paper, in procuring subscribers. CITY INTELLIGENCE. -Mr. A. S M...

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. — 4 December 1873

VPMHMP vmm (TJ Tri-Weekly Astorian ASTORIA, OREGON: I. C. IBEIAXI Editor. ASTORIA Dec. 4, 1873 The fact seems to have been over looked that as fast as the net proceeds of sales of cotton seized by Treasury agents were received at the Depart ment they were transferred to the Taults of Jay Cooke & Co., and there remained until twenty millions had accumulated in the possession of that firm. "When the joint resolution of March 30, 186S, introduced by Sen ator Edmunds, was passed, and the Cookes were compelled to disgorge, it was known that their establish ment was shaken to its very founda tion. The entire proceeds of these sales were $34,052,S09 54, from which are to be deducted for expenses in handling the cotton $9,310,7S6 99 leaving $24,742,022 55 net proceeds now in the Treasury lo be paid to claimants under the fifth section of the Appropriation Act of May 1S,1S72. "When this twenty millions were re turned to the Treasury, Jay Cooke fc Co. began to decline, their embarass inen...

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 December 1873

rm mm m w Tri-Weekly Astorian ASTORIA. Dee. 4, 1873 Tide Table for Astoria. (From tables of United State Coast Survey.) High Water.! Low Water. Dec. a. if. 'I 1 31. A. M. 1. M. 1 10 2-J 11 m 4 it ... 5 In ... 0 19 .. 7 lii .. S 01 .. SA1) .. i) 31 ..10 13 ..10 50 ...112J . oo oo .. 0 05 .. 0 59 .. 1 33 ,. 2 55 .. 3 nJ 11 W oo oaj 5 0") 0 ir all 4H 3 48. i 1 OS 0 2H G 80 . 1 1 07P 7 I.", ... 1 . ... 2 42. ... 3 2.J. ... 4 15. ... 4 3'J. ... 5 40. ... 22. ... 7 03. fi 2 42 1 rm a no 2 si? s r . 3 111 9 30. . 3111 10 16 . -1 -"if 11 03 . 5 .2 0 02 . 3'! 0 15 . 7 311 1 :u . S.. 0.. 10.. 11... 12... 13.. 41 1-1 S M 8 3! 2 18. ! 9 20 I) 381 3 01 VESSELS ON THE WAY. Following is a list of vessels on the way to this port, so far as wo have been enabled to obtain a record of the same: American bark Mariano, from S. F. Ship David Brown, 905 tons, from S. F. British bark Arouco, 002 tons, from Peru. Ship Sagamore, from Rio Janoiro, Sept. 19. Liland Belle, 313 tons, from South America. British ...

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. — 4 December 1873

ppwWBjr' iimmmmmmmmmmmmmmKmmmmmmmmm? C4J w.'MiWijrivjijiiijppiMijHrra mumtmn wwww Tri-Weekly Astoriaii ASTOKIA 3)ec'4, 1873 THE OBEGOX 6RAXGEB. 'Am Orejjon Advocate at Albany. "We are happy to greet the Oregon Gkaxgek, a neatly printed, well filled, forty-column weekly sheet, hailing irom Albany Oregon, the center of the grain producing ami of this partly developed region. Its fin-t appearance, under the careful editorial management of Mr. A. S. fiercer, gives token of the new era now so auspiciously dawning over Oregon. "We can bay nothing that will introduce lie Granger to the favorable notice of our readers better than the following, cull ed from its pages : SALUTATORY. In this the first issue of the Oregon Granger, in accordance with long estab lished custom, will be expected an intro ductory article. "We might say a good deal in the way of promises for the future, and incentives of the present. Hut in our shoit but somewhat varied experience, results have always been the guide ...

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. — 6 December 1873

to " " " " """" " -t ' "- '' v.tr mJiMmmmih Yol. 2. isTOKiA, Oregon, Saturday Mousing-, Dec. 6, 1873. No. 15. i. itiir.ii"rreT3Tgwwrtf3Tfg iaajfciw7Hf .aaKjatnwas&i 'TTnnwHTmrr lIHS ASTOEIAIf. ITKLISIIK!) EVERY TUESDAY, THURSDAY AND SATUHDAY, Monitor Building-, A?torr., Orcoft. 3f. C.IRKIiAXB ...rroivrictof Subscription Rjitcs: One Copy one year. . &J 00 )no Copy six month 3 00 "One Cwpy three months 1 50 iKS Singlo Xuiaba, Ten Cents. iv Advertising K:tcsi One Insertion pcrs'iunro, 10 line? or less..S2 ."0 JKach additionsil Intuition, per square 2 00 Yearly adv'fcs per month, per siiissrc v.. 1 oO Areiiis- L. P. Fisher, 20 and 21 Xcvr Merchants Ex change, i authorized to ci vs Agent for the AtfToitu.v in .an Francisco. Any friend who feels an interest in the pros perity of this region, is authorized to net as Agent for this paper, in procuring subscribers. CITY INTELLIGENCE. Seventy-four vessels cleared at Astoria during the past "fourteen" months, with cargoes valued at $1,...

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. — 6 December 1873

Czj Tri-Weekly Astorian ASTORIA, OKEGOX: IK C IREIiAX Editor. ASTOMA Dec. G, 1873 Jay Cooke & Co. have been de clared bankrupts, and a receiver has been appointed. Booth will probably be elected to the "United States Senate by the Sacramento legislature. The teamsters from the different roads in Baker county report water as being very scarce; in fact in some places their stock suffer. A bill is being prepared to pass into Congress for the repeal of the bankrupt law, as shysters are too free with it since the panic. In the case of Dr. Glass of Port land, Justice appears to have been swift and impartial. He is now in Salem incarcerated for live years. The severest North wind ever witnessed on Puget Sound prevailed on Tuesday. Several steamers were forced to seek shelter until the blow was over. About two inches of snow fell in Albany last Monday. The Sun ap peared and snow disappeared, in the afternoon. The river is at a good boating stage, and still rising fast. lion. George IT. ...

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. — 6 December 1873

lJ HH; Tri-Weekly Astorian ASTORIA Dee. J, 1S73 Title Tabic lor Astoria. (From tables of United State Coast Survov.) High Waters Low Water. Dee. A. M. 1'. M. 3 A. M. M. i J... 12... I .I... r... ...10 2i 11 111.... ...11 OS) -3 OC... ... 0 l." all 4H... ... 1 OS 0 itf!... ... i Tt ; i or:... ... l 42 1 JW8... ... : 2t. 2 3P... ... 4 13 3 11... ... 4 an a 3P... 4 n... 5 0.") ... r 4... .ho ... 7 13 ... S 00 ... 8 41 ... 3 13 0 ) 7 1 5 S 01 S 4M HI X..10 13 io m s ) io n u vi 14 1") 1) 30 ... 10 15 11 2-5 f 40 t .rn5 11 IW (5 22 3 34!- 0 02 7 0-' 0 34'. 0 4 7 4! 7 3.i 1 :;i 8 31 31-i 2 IS ) 20 U 3Si :: OJ ,co c: 0 03 0 311 1 33 2 33 r, 3'J VESSELS OX THE WAY. Following is a list of vessels on the way to this port, so far as we have been enabled to obtain a record of the same: Dec. 3, Pilots Hilton, Johnson, and Koerner arc out-ido, on board of three vessels, (the Akbar, a Duolin bark, and one other, name unknown), expected in to-night. American bark Mariano, from S. F. Ship David Drow...

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. — 6 December 1873

64 J I I I 1 " , ... Tri-Weekly Astorian ASTOKIA Dec G, 1873 AUTUMN FLOWERS. Written for the Tri-Wkkkly Astorian. Wo love the bright, brave Autumn flowers That cheer these sobre days. They struggle out with all their powers, To speak their Maker's praise; They come without tho gcntlo shower, Or coaxing Summer sun; And still smile on, 'though Heavens lower, before their course they've run. Though the chilling winds sweep o'er their home, In many a fitful gust, They crown each stem with a flow'ry domo, Ne'er trail them in tho dust, But look more perfect, lovely and pure, After each biting blast, And socm to say: All thing? I endure. To make my brightness last- Th esc tender flowers teach lessons brave, To many a thoughtful mind; "When cares and trials our pathway pave, And naught seems true or kind; "When cv'ry duty becomes a Cross "Which wo are forced to bear. And all our lives aro filled with dross Of discontent, and care; Then should we, with pationco untiring Gather our burdens up...

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. — 9 December 1873

CP rim FJJr-ilUFr..,pijiS't,.tii, n.)ii,.rtirnMvw g?yv?'y&tgrtreat S5r !tU!X!lul'lJL!L'ir,j;,'-.'it1.i'.' .wi-.i ;, I '.' .jwh ri '.. 'Miiihj imw " ' "J w. .KJfJJlSSLlJiSJtjjm .ri ;-sa Vol. 2. Astoria, Oregon, Tuesday Morning, Dee. 9, 1873. IsTo. 16. JLmt3SJJtiLiSX KLJJlllliAu'iiJ.-.MJL I KiLi l. .s.J-! m-j. O, v ; STK IT M "I 1; I - 'fWt , njL !THE ASTOSIAS". 1U HUSHED EVERT TUESDAY, THUIISDAY AXD SATURDAY, Monitor Building, Aston?., Oregon. I. C IRESTAXI .. .Proprietor Knhheriiiijoii IS:eY&: "Ono Cepy one year. S5 00 yno Copy fix ironths 3 00 )no Cfpv three months .. . 1 00 K-Cr Single .X umber, Ton Cents. U A;Sccrti.sinjr Kates-: Ono Insertion porsqwirc, 10 lines or Jcss.,.$2 HO 3?ach juiditiiipal Insertion, per square 2 00 Yearly auivV per month, per square 1 30 Agcnis- L. P. Fisfira, 20 and 21 New Merchants Ex jc&rijyrc, i- cithoriod to act as Agent for the Asroiaw : San Francisco. Any friend who feel8' an interest in the pros perity of lh: region, is authorized to ...

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. — 9 December 1873

L2J sjsoCTTgaiCTnaiBnBraencssznii eSSCSSBTZffiC a mw Tri-Wcekly Astorian ASTORIA, OREGON: I. C. lTKi:i..VX5 ISttitor. ASTORIA Dec. 9, 1S73 JSEW ADVERTISEMENTS. "SOKE THINGS SET BIGHT." Under the above caption the com mercial reporter of the Oregonian of the oth instant quotes from the San Francisco Commercial Herald of the 29th ultimo the follewing: During the current week we have had several important arrivals from Oregon. Heretofore Portland vat he chief shipping point ; but lately Abtoria has been loom ing up considerably. Some of the largest teamerh now clear for that port, whilo a number of v(velb have been loaded with flour and wheat at that point for the U -nited Kingdom. Rut more recently we notice the arrival at this poit of a. fleet of ailing craft. Thib week we note the bark Portland from Astoria with 12,778 tkb wheat, fcchr Love, from same, with -1,500 sks oats, 3,600 bkb wheat, etc; "schooner iieni, witn 'z,iuz tics wneat, i,03S sksoata, 3,000 bblo flour, and ()('.S bag...

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. — 9 December 1873

C31 yrreVrryry,-,'y,,,' mtirt Tri-Weekly Astorian ASTORIA Dee. 0, 1S73 Tide TJtltle for Astoria. I I.-..,.... tnU C i",;n,i inia. Cn.?! c, mm- ; x High Water.! Lo-.r Water Dec. A. M. I', y.. I A. M. 1'. M. "7." :. u' J aiz.. s 4-") io r, S 4 15 X 115 i) 30 10 -V) ) 4. . :: rms io is 112; 10 n 40 4 .".? 11 W - c, 11 K 22 o oil! 0 Q'l 0 0" 12 7 05 ( .ii 0 4") 0 .?) 1J 7 4M 7 Till 1 SI 1 " 11.: 8 :i S TV 2 lo 2 ."- io 20 a osi ? 0; -.-. : jj VESSELS OX THE WAY. I L Following! a list of vessels on the way to this port, so far as wo have been enabled to obtain a record of the same: Dark Blenheim, from South America. Itasca, Rich, from South America. American bark Mariano, from S. F. Stmr Oriilamnic, Conner, from S. F. Sch Hera, Miller, from San Francieco. Rkt Portland, Gage, from San Francis-co. Annie W. Wen, Yale, from South Am. Sophia Dee, M'Cau?lin,from South America Sinn S:i"a more, from Pio Janeiro, Sert. 19. Island Belle, -"Jr. tons, from South America. British bsirk Loyal Sam, fro...

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. — 9 December 1873

L4J gjyri i Tnn?g, mjpmu.m9.W'i: y.llurr iw,,m.in iH..if.Aivn.?J .'Jwiemjii.iM4i "ra.'ffBt ji wu'v.h'.wiwi .wiw Tti'r'-ww ., ,.,., ,,. ..,.iyrJ.tvr, .rarTI gi. j.yr; gyir'?Tigg??r",j6 it? j.m ?af' Tri-Weekly Astorian ASTORIA Dec 9, 1S73 The Price of Gold. Portland, Dec. S. Gold in New York to-day, 109; Portland Legal Tender rates, 90 buying, and 91 selling. Nine vessels from Coos bay arriv ed at San Francisco in one day. The schooner Hera from Astoria, arrived the same day. "Western men have concluded hereafter to be more careful in com mitting their interests to the care of "Wall street financiers. The Italian government has pur chased from Madamae Eattazzi the papers left by her late husband, in order to prevent their publication. When a legislator goes to his home with, an agency to act for some Railroad or other corporation, people are quizzical and want to know whys and wherefores just as if it was their business. There are only $295,000 asked for by the .Secretary of "War to c...

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. — 11 December 1873

03 TRI-WEEKLY ASTORIAE Substitute for Original. lee-o-Iated Edition. Thursday, Dec. 11th, 1873. i ' T IT P A L F IYT TAW " MQaB H M Morri80n - now Bole &U.SU XtOAvaAflJ. proprietor of the Main street Millin- fc" " mmmammfmKm ery atore. See advertisement. VDESDAY.THURSDAY AND SATURDAY. That elegant yacht, built at the Monitor Building Astoria, Oregon. Cape for uncle Sam has been success- fully launched and christened " Co- XK C.IREIiANB Proprietor lumbia." IT " Subscription Rates: The plat of the Aitoria, Nehalem Ono Copy on-year. 55 00 valley and Washington county Wag- &: &g ?hroTmonthi7::.:::::::::::::::::::::: f so on ad has been nied at the cierk8 -- Sing-lo Number, Ten Cents. " office in this city. Advertising Rates: One Insertion porsquaro, 10 lines or less...S2 50 Charlei Stevens, Secretary of the fSrbSJmoUrsSr:!- Aetoria Bible Society has now a lot Agents- of bibles and testaments on hand for L. P. PiahKR, 20 and 21 New Merchants Ex- sale-very cheap. Quango, is au...

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. — 11 December 1873

LZ) ap WPt W "V ? J.J! Tri-Weekly Astorian H. S , Shuster, Volurao 2, dumber lTf ASTORIA... , .Dec 11,4873 The Price of oll. Portland, Dec. i-i-Gold in New York to-4ay, 109 J; Portland Legal Tender rates,90fr buying, and il sailing, Notice FIE ASTORIA FARMERS' COMPANY is now ready to storo Wheat and othen PKOIUCE ! VC THEIR NEW WAREHOUSE. Usual arcs charged. S. D. ADAIR, Secretary. Astoria. Doc. 4th, lb73. ditf Paul Schocn, TAXTA REPAIRER irliifi! f TUNER & REGULATOR. From the House of Maithias Gray, and 1'1) Clay street, San Francisco. Cal., and Odd Fellow's Temple, Portland. 'IKLE ONLY TUNER. WITH ONE EXCIT JL tion, to whom Mr. '.rray has ever gives :- ritton recommendation. i3"Mr. Selioon will soon visit Asiiriu, niid. orders left at the AsTWtua O.-i'icy will bo promptly attonded tfo. nitf Fancy Poultry I Sale, 'I'.ILi: UNDERSIGNED. AUOUT TO i;r,- A intro from Aspirin, oHms hi" rtc:; .if fsu"- ?v i'ofltry tVr saio, at tho fo.'Unviujc rcduvod prices: silver .Spangled il amburs...

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. — 13 December 1873

til n '..' .!! "." r'.L.'. .' ' "" rJi" .' . ..v ,. ii .i;.1" " n.iv.i,-i-M.1. . ".' .mi.',; . :""r."i.".':"vw :. ,.-. .A'.',,.,t .g -J ..'VM"iv'i".j.,vii!ia-iit"'i"i'Mi l1'!') "?T!" .".vj"" jinni.'ii3j.i -.n ityt .7-;-i CS3 9 Vol. 2. Astoria, Obegon, Saturday Morning, Dec. 13, 1873. IsTo. 18. mj f- ". ii 'J y,'?-g r t ?!-'- "'"' ' '"" -"" "i! THE ASTOEIAH. rur.Li.siu.) KVKRY TUESDAY, THURSDAY AND SATURDAY, .Monitor Uuildinfe-, Astoihi, Oregon. I. C. ZZLYsImXS Proprietor KtlllS: rrfliou Kaic: $1 00 One Copy one y One Coijv sit miiilii 'i uti "One Opy three months 150 isr Single . umUer, Ten Cents. U One TnForlion per" snare, 10 lines or les...S2 .10 Each additional Insertion, jHr square 2 00 Yearly aJv't.s per month, per square 1 10 Jtez&its- L.P.FiSHKR,20nnd4JlXeK Merchants Ex-j chunjre, i"-:iutwiri.ed to act as Agent fur the AsTnitUN in :n I'lanci-'co. Any friend who feei an interest in the pros perity of this lojrion. is nsithoii.ed to act as Agent for thn paper, in proem ing...

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. — 13 December 1873

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