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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 6 October 1877

g355ff9555H?pw 'j -'-v-r iE., . ..-jiTj. -JTAHa dk " . -JTWI . BtmHBiBHXni Vol. Astoria, Oregon, Saturday Morning, October 6, 1877. 3. No.' 105. " "' -'; - ' '' 1--I-. . .J ,- - . T7. . . I'. L.,.V.VI llifcMP.'P H.tLI,,C3 -Ci- J gUs anij QsXQxxvm ISSUED EVERY MORNING, (Monthly Kxceptodl, i. V. IRZlXi.mn : : X'UISZjI.S2Z?:ZI. Aitorian JJitiiditig, CVmw Siroci. Tams of Subscription : ?enrod by Cariicr, per week 25 Coni ot by mail, four montb- - $3 'Ml Sent by mail, cne ycsir. - v y W l'lu of lo-tage to .Sub-ciibois. Will do Ur. Capt. Tobey has deci cided tluit the splendid new .ship Santa Clara, which he is in command of. shall-! go to Portland. Di-K and Dj:w-Hi:ois. The potaloe shower due this fall came bountifully. In fart it has n't let up yet. and Xasby says he cannot tell when it will.it is un common wet. ASTORIA FIRS DEPARTMENT. tW Advertisements insert cl by the year at J : .1C raic i i jut titnru ji mnui. Transient adveiti-ins:. b the day or week fifty cent? per siu:ti e for e...

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. — 6 October 1877

C) j&e D&il Qstoxtom ASTORIA. OREGON: D. C. IREIiAXI ...Editor. SATUEDAY Oct. 6, 1S77 NOTES ANE COMMENTS. It having been stated that Sacra mento river salmon caught out of sea son, unlike Columbia river salmon, was a merchantable article, the News edi tor addressed Mr. B. B. Redding, secretary of the fish commission, on the subject, from whom he received a reply from which we quote as follews: "When the fish first come in from the ocean they are of superior flavor quite fat, and showing a layer of white curd between each layer of iiesh. As the salmon does not eat in fresh water after it comes in from the ocean, the eggs and milt are matured at the ex pense of the fat and muscular vitality of the fish. Soon after the first of Au gust the eggs and milt mature, the white curd and fat disappear, the sil very scales are absorbed, and the skin turns black. It is then as unfit for human food, and as feverish as a hen would be taken from her nest. The canneries of the Columbia river...

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. — 6 October 1877

V -XJ tawum-'UL' amj.naJMXBB C3J gli gJuilrj sta;cimx -ASTORIA Oc7., IS77 Ti.U T:i:l lor Astoria. OCTOBER. iFrom tables of United States Const Survey. High Water. Low Water. 2): " A. K. A. M. l. M. .... 7 or. .... 7 a .... S 43 .. .0 17 ....lo ra ....10 .w ....11 4S t!!!!Z 6 46"". jC!ZII 2 W ..." :o :t 07 11 4 01 VJ 5 00 i:; r. oi M 7 01 in s oi o : 0 a.. -. 1 231 i .",j 2 'jy- ." 171 4 lin r in 17 7 iyj . 6 27.. . 7 02.. . 1 34.. . 8 IE.. . 8 57.. . 9 20.. .10 11 . .11 OS.. . 0 44 . 1 :i7.. 0-12 1 IS FOREIGN EXPORTS. SEPTEMBER. To Liverpool per LocJt invar, Sept 1 : Values. WIicnt-lB.300 ctl S4l5,00 09 "jT Jfowlvltt, jwr Mattic Macleay, Sent. 1: Flour. 22 unrrel? S 1,2?8 " Case Good, lt."case luil '2o 1'otatoe. 1VJ Miek.s 2l)i 00 J I am?, 210) ttK. 1 0!) Salmon, :;s J bbl 3,:i0 00 SJcii-'c .1.0 00 Miscellaneous mdc .2,'13 It! S,765 07 2' Honolulu ji'r Fulkiuhurq, Sep 2: Flour. :A) hhU S :- 0J Salmon, 12: 11I- 1,012 00 v " Jhipkg SUM a-'i -ca-sis. 22) 00 Lumber, spars and bolts 2,04...

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. — 6 October 1877

V &!- C) i gto jgnxis Q&lmxmx, ASTORIA Oct. G. IS77 OREGON'S CHANGE. Prom the 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 Bon. G. W. Colby, the champion Gransrer 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 asa State possessing vast natural resources and offering belter inducements to set tlers than any other, of the States or Territories, "of the United States. Sympathizing with California in her unfavorable prospects lor crops lor the coming harvest, yet her misfor tune has had the effect to turn the tide of emigration towards Oregon where the crops never fail. Here tofore California has been ena...

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. — 7 October 1877

0 F- - i SS: Vol. A&toria, Oregon, Sunday Morning, October 7, 1877. No. 106 fe s rnl ' IE . v, glxs Snilrj stoimx, ISSUED EVERY MORNING, (Monday Excepted), IK C. IREXA.XI : : PUBLISHER. A&torian BnUdiwj, Cass Street. Terms of Subscription : rjqrvcd by Carrier, per week 23 Cents Sent by mail, four months .. S: 00 Sect by mail, one year. 5) 00 Ticc of Postage to .Subscribers. VST Advertisements inserted by the year at the rate of Si o-J per s-jmire per month. Transient advertWm:, bv the day or week, fifty cents per square for each insertion. To City Subscribers. There are such frequent cliangrc8 in the rcri !cnceof our city patrons that wc shall feel ob'teed to any who make ?;icli change if they will report the same to t"iis office. Otherwise we shall not be rospon.-iblc for failures of the en ricr to deliver the paper promptly and regularly to them. A (9G0i S'iakt Wc are p 'ea&eu to 1-n.ifWeat Mr. Wells is meet; with lJC iietI'ln t liic rPi in i.iiim nNi ?-.... .. , ... j...

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. — 7 October 1877

W ?p Bs&JIXJ &&l8XXMl NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. mSCELLANEOUS. AUCTION SALES. ASTORIA. OREGON: D. C. IRELAND Etlitor. SUNDAY - Oct. 7, 1S77 Greenbacks. A Sacramento paper in noticing the circumstances that greenbacks are but three per cent be low gold, asks very pertinently, "why not bring them to par by accepting them for customs?" The affairs of the country are now in such a state that paper could be made equal in value to gold, with but little difficulty. There is but one disturbing element, and that is the unsettled question rel ative to silver coin. If silver coin were made equal in value of gold coin, resumption would take place almost without further effort. Good News to Farmers. If the Santa Rosa Democrat is correct in its statements, a "Mr. Bryant has at last discovered a squirrel exterminator which will preclude further legislation against the rodent pests. He com pounds a pellet which has as its chief ingredient a deadly drug, so sugar coated as to be a dainty morsel...

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. — 7 October 1877

W $ yv gto gailjj Qstzxinu. ASTORIA .. Oci. 7, 1877 Title Table ior Astoria. OCTOBER. From tables of United States Coast Survey. iligh Witter. j Low W ter. Day. a. y. '. I a. M. v. m. c, . o :j r. 27 7 OG 7 0 -10 0 aij 7 (Ti 7 53 s i :w l ti l :a 8 45 2 is l r s e: n 17 If) .'; 07 2 'Ji) S .17 10 03 11 i 0! :; 17 ! 20 10 M 12 f, U 4 101 -10 11 11 43 i:$ .. o ei r io li 0 14 7 0 0 17, 0 41 0 12 15 8 OIL 7 Ui 1 o7 1 18 POST OF ASTOHIA. CLEARANCES A XI) DEPARTURES. j CLKAHKO. Palawan. Br. ship, 1002 tons. Oliver, Cork, Oct .5 Ilher Indu-, Jrsh 18ofi tons. Hewitt, Cork, Oct3 Candida., Ur h. Tif tons, Mathcrbon.Queon&towr, Oct 1 SAILKD Aax, str 1354 tons. Maukic. S F Oct C ARRIVALS FROM SEA. Ancj Cityf Ruui Sahti L str 1C10 tons. Dubney. S. F. Oct 6. i Chester str., HOG tons, Bol'es. S. F. Oct 6 i E Wood, faliip, 1477 tons, Davis, S F Oct 5. Clara, ship, 1.TJ5 tonb.Tohey, S F to load ' kope Oct 5. G "W Cochrane hark, 1105 tons, Given, 51 days Hongkong Oct 4. DianaMre, lir bk. 1074 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. — 7 October 1877

,v- VK oew9- n'r$&?v&g$rv: r"?: (H) u && $z Sails SVstaritou ASTORIA- Oct. 7. IS77. SUNDAY READING. Here and there a Gem, Selected for our Sunday Eeaders. SE.VTI3IEXTS OF E1IIXENT 3IE.Y. When friends change, some by death and some by estrangement, how good to know that Christ changes not ; that he is the same to-day he was in time past : to re joice that the tie that knits a soul to the saviour is firm and lasting. Rutherford. 0, Sabbai.h; needed for a world of innocence, we salute thee, as thou comesi in the name of the Lord, radiant in the sunshine of that dawn which broke over crea tion's achieved work. Marching -downward in the track ol time, a pillar of refreshing cloud and of guiding name, interweaving with thy light new beams of discovery and promise ! Dr . Hamilton . God's children are strengthen ed by their falls. They learn to stand by their falls. Like tall cedars, the more they are blown the deeper they are rooted. That which men think is the overthrow of...

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. — 9 October 1877

k- (Sspg& $ rg " Vol. o Astoria, Oregon, Tuesday Morning, October 9, 1877. STo. 107. .wv.ii 'P !. .yw.t-rm'jiH'-MlJw Y 5 n gJHzig srsrmrx, ISSUED EVERY MORNING, (Monday Excepted, -rftn'f?t JJnildiny, Com Street I. l crms of Subscription : wared y Carrier, icr wimjK .25 Conte fmt ly wkiK Am r months' - c- W JSeut by mail, cite year. a Oil free of l'ostase to Subsuriuur. iW Advertisement' inserted by llioyc.tr ut this rxte 1 "rl "') per? nmrc ier month. Trun'eiil advert icintr, by the day or week, fifty cent- jei .-jUiireibr ouch insertion. To City Subscribers. Tfiere :irc such fre'iuent ch.'injres in the rei dencu of oureitv patron that ire .-hail fcil oblitr'd to any who make :ieh clianpe if they will report the same to tlii office. Othe: who v.'o -haH not be reion-iUe for failures of the carrier t deliver the paper promptly and regularly to them. 0itmii:. Mr. Wheeler's orphan schooner, the last vessel to leave Seow bay, passed Chenamus street Saturday, stud is now in the elemen...

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. — 9 October 1877

w 1 M K WI.'!J ! i-1 J ' , ,7 yfej sir && &it sirofcm. ASTORIA. OKEGON: D. C. IRELAND Editor. NDAY Oct. IS A Fraud. We n noted the other d;rr from an article written b3' Mr. 33. 33. Redding, (secretary of the fish commission), showing the superior liar or of salmon, when they first come from salt water, over those long been in fresh water, and commending the packers upon the Columbia river for putting up their salmon in the proper season; ceasing as the' do on the 1st of Au gust; and condemning the practice of the Sacramento packers for ' 'catching and canning over-ripe fish after the 1st of August;" the effect he says is to re duce the reputation of the Sacramento salmon to second and third class. It is a conceded fact, that the Co lumbia river salmon arc the largest and finest flavored of any that are caught. "We have always had, and still have upon the Columbia honest and honorable packers. 2 one of them have ever attempted to palm oft and put upon the market on infer...

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. — 9 October 1877

(1) r: gTx,c gailij sftroism. ASTORIA OC7. S, 1S77 TUW TaJZe ror Astoria. OCTOBER. From tables of United States Coast Survey. Aljsli Waiter, j Low Water. I 'ay. a. a. v. m. 1 a. a. r. i. ; .. . :wj ; 27 7 o-j 7 0 40 l) ."iiJ 7 02 7 .i:j .S 1 3U I 2T,i 1 ."i4 8 4."i i .. 2 18 .. 1 ,5J S 0: I) 17 i :; 7 2 2s; 8 f7 iu 03 11 .., (ii .. :; i7i ii 20 10 7a 12 r (0 4 i.' ...10 11 11 46 v.i c yi r i; n o? 1 J 7 01 G 17 0 41 0 12 is 8 02 7 iy 1 :;7 .. 1 is QPT OP ASTORIA. CLKARASCES ASJ) DEPARTURES. o s.ii.i:i Oemlirin. Ur sa. 1-7J tonb.ilutlierson.Qucoastoivn, "it,v of Nankin. Kr sh, SdS tons, McLean, Liver- J imol. Oct. . JP&Iawmi. ilr. sli, lOCtt toss. Oliver. Cork. Oct S JHiiZHrd. lrir. 3W tons. Walker. S. F. Oct . 7. Itivorimluo, Ilrsh lrfofi tons. Hewitt, Cork, Oct7 .A;ar. .str JUSl tons. ZVIackic. S F Oct 6 ARRIVALS FROM SEA. j o Ancon. strJifilO tons, Dobncy, t?. F. Oct G. City of Clestor. str., IKK! tonb. Ilolles. b. i. Oct 6 Itufus 13 V.'oori. hhi;;, H77 torib, iatitn. CJiirA, ...

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. — 9 October 1877

CI) mz nilQ Qsimiun. ASTORIA Oct IS77 Ordinance No. An Ordinance in relation to stipct lamps. The CUy oj Ahtorla docs ordain axfulleiut: Skc. l. Any person or persons who shall m nnv manner injure or destroy any street lamp or "lamp post, or place upon any such lamp or lamp post any notice or placard either hv pasting or lacking the same thereon, or hitch anv team or anything to any such lamp po-t, or tie anv rope to any such lamp post, or shall break any ghtss m any street lamp, such person or persons shall he deemed guilty of a jnisdemeanor and on conviction thereof he fore the Police .Judge shall he fined in a sum not exceeding .i" together with the costs of prosecution, ami in addition thereto shall he adjudged to pay the cost of repairing such lamp or lamp posts. Passed the Council. Oct. 1. 1S77. PKANK .1. TAYLOlt Auditvr and Clerli. Approved, Oct. 3. 1S77. D. C. IRELAND, Mayor. Ordinance Ho. 220. An Ordinance authorizing the construction of a sewer on Jefferson street. The Cit...

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. — 10 October 1877

01 tSjgl $ ft! "ff?l U rt Vol. 3. Astoria, Oregon, "Wednesday Morning, October 10, 1877. No. 108. S mj.UA ijnrxn iu..amjuis:i5ri:..'.,..i, - wi'J.'-.J.'x,': 1, ..,- W J .!-.,' h gTx i?al33 Jtetxainxt. ISSUED EVERY MORNING, (Monthly Excepted), J. c. IllEl.AND : : xUKL.lSIiElt. ' Astoria n Building, Cass Sired. J crms of Subscription ; served by Carrier, per week 'J-l Cents ' Sent by mail, four munlm?. (HJ Sent by mail, cne year. .. Tree of Postage to Subscribers. y vu nG5AdveilicinenL inserted by the year at Uie rate of l ") per siusire pur month. Tuincjontadveiti.-ins, by the day or week, iilty cents pur s.jtiaielor each insertion. To City Subscribers. There arc such frequent changes in the resi dence of our city patron that wo shall feel obltjred to any who make such changes if they will report the same to thisotiicc. Otherwise wo fhall not bo rc-poiiblo for failures of the oairicr to deliver the paper promptly and ccgularly to them. Sacked Spot. Omcer.s of the army stationed at At...

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. — 10 October 1877

iS) j!& gaals &$l$xxm. ASTORIA. OREGON: D. C. IBELAXD Editor. "WEDNESDAY Oct. 10, 1877 Bails for "Workingmen. To judge hy the number and eager ness of the bids -which are put in for the workingman's vote, it must be the most valuable asset that a political!0110 parky can possess, and if the promises that are made shall be kept, every workingman in the country will be a capitalist within about a month after Congress meets. It is pretty -well set tled that he is to have a share in the dividends and profits of the corpora tions -which employ him; he is to be relieved from any competition which he does not like; he is going to fix his own hours of labor; he will soon be able to borrow money at a merely nominal rate of interest, if, indeed, he is not raised above the need of paying interest by having an unlimited supply of greenbacks, and it all of these ad vantages do not succeed in electing the highest bidder to ollice, why Uncle Sam will turn in and give everybody easy work at...

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. — 10 October 1877

r (5 CCflDIEKCIAL JlSV SHIPPING. C!U5Lfc5J3L glue ghrlljj JVstorfcsu. ASTOKEA 0C7. X, 1S77 f- Tf $U TaWc lor Astoria, From tables -sf United Suite? Coast Survey. Uii& Water. ?ay. A. t. r. m. Low W-tcr. A. m. i M. ; o al 0"2T 7 og 7 o 'U o ry 7 B2 7? a $ l :o.. l 'j'j l :i 8K3 : 2K i r.Tj 8 at 0 17 30 :; 07 2 'JiV, 8 r7 io 03 ii 4 o 3 171 y 20 io :a 12. r oo 4 irj io n n 48 "?: c oi r )o .n 0" . 14 7 0 6 17 0 -11 0 12 l.j 8 (U 7 1S 1 37 1 18 PORT OF ASTORIA. CLr.ARA3.CKS A XI) DEPARTURES. -O SVII.I.P "Canflitla. Cr si. l"7f tKi, XatVcxn.ncs:sUwi:, Get 5 2ity of Xanl'tr., Ilr sk, 8SS tons, MeLean. Liver pool, Oct. K Palawan, Hr. ir, 12 tns. Otoer. Cork, Oct S hazard, brt,:.'ilfi iMs. WaUiir..S. F. ot.7. 7lHerInilwsl5r,h ISfo Wine J J omit, Ork, Oct? Ajas.str 1&'J tons. AJj-ctju. S Ir Ort 6 JLIUUA'J IS PJIOM 5EJL. &ucvTi. -!o59 .;,, D;laej, S. 2". OctL Oity of cfu'4er.tT- im tons, Bolm.S. F.OctS Stufus lyJml. -b)- 1-177 tns, D.i-is, S F-Oct 5. Canta favb -l&p, 154 tens,...

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. — 10 October 1877

O) . Qlxz &iXs Q&lsxinn ASTORIA Oct. 10. IS77 Important to Settlers, 1'rom the Walla Walla Union. Tlve last Congress passed a law -which will in its enforcement save many homesteaders the time trouble .and expense of a personal trip to the Land Office, when it becomes desira- ble or necessary to make final proof for their claims. The new law, which is now in force, provides that any party desiring to avail himself of the provisions of the .act must go !efore the Judge,or in his ahsence,the Clerk, of any court of record in the county and State, or district and Territory, in which the lands are situated, with his witness, maue the proof, and take the affidavits required by law, accor ding to the prescribed forms. The jndge or clerk taking the proof, is required to transmit it with theproper .fee and charges to the Register and Receiver of the Land Office, if thel testimony is taken by the clerk in the -absence "of the judge,he is required -to certffy on papers to the absence o...

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. — 11 October 1877

O) w""- r - Tol. 3. Astoria, Oregon, Thursday Morning, October 11, 1877. No. 109. jfa fft 2a M I' ig 3 IvS) Jr iP Jv J JW' I gljc jDvuIrj sltrdiJ, ISSUED BVSHY MORNING, (Monday Excepted , J. C. IKI.ir'I : : 1IT1SI.I.SXIEK. . Aiytorlan BniMinq. Cass Street. Terms of Subscription ;crvod by Carrier, per vrock -" Cents -Sunt by mail, four in oaths 5"J UO bent b.v mail, cne year. .. U 00 Free of 1'osUjso to ."Subscribers. ttr Advcrhc:Hcnts inserted by the year at tbe rate of 51 " inr -uire it nn.nlii. Tr;:n-icnt ndveiti-injr, by tbe u:.y or week, Gfty cents iei square for each in-ertion. To City Subscribers. There are ?uh fre nicnt ehaiijre in the resi dence of otirciry ptuiuii- that ire s-hall feci 'Jied to any who make ueL change- if they irill report the same to tin- oiJiee. uthe: wi.-c rc shall not be iesjxn-ii,le for failure- of the canier vo deliver the iajer promptly and 3 egularly to them. FuxcnAi, Notice. The funeral of the late Mrs. II. T.Spedd'-n Aill take place nt the Kpiopal...

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. — 11 October 1877

c z , s .' s V? jyj&s aXaj gsixrrfcm. ASTORIA. OREGON : D. C. IRELAXD Editor. THURSDAY Oct. 11, 1S77 TIi Australian Trade. The loading of the Sea Waif and other vessels at Astoria for Australia, leads us to inquire into the character of the Australian trade. It is true that the growth of Australia is so phenom enal as to astonish even an American. Our people arc slow to admit that any other portion of the world bears the palm for speedy development, yet they must acknowledge that the British colonies in the Pacific, in a little over two decades, have grown with a rapid ity never surpassed, and as a commer cial people now take the first rank. The total foreign trade of these col onics during 1875 amounted to $458, 399,000, or about $200 per capita (as the population is about 2,300,000), while the foreign trade of the United Slates, the same year, was less than $28 per capita. Their imports from abroad were $230,000,000, equal to $104c capita. The extent of this importation can be...

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. — 11 October 1877

Cs) glxjo ailjj Q&lxxmu, ASTORIA Ocx. 11, 1877 TiIe Table ror Astoria. OCTOBER. Yrtwn tables of United States Coast Surrey. High Water. j Low Water. I 'itV. A. m. i V. 1 a. M. P. M. "i o 'M (I 27 7 W 7 0 40 0 aJ 7 02 7 53 s 1 :w 1 2.11 1 34 8 45 a 2 i l tc. 8 on ! 17 10 3 07 2 21 8 57 10 03 11 4 01 3 17 ! 20 10 53 w r 0'J 4 lCJ 10 11 11 48 1.5 C, 0! f lfi 11 o.; 14 7 01 0 17) 0 44 0 12 15 $ 02 7 1! 1 37 1 18 PORT OP ASTORIA. 'CLEARANCES AND DEPARTURES. o SUl.KD 4Jandifla, Br s-h. l'J7i tons, Jlatbcnson. Qneenstown, Oct 1 JitT of Nankin. Br hh, &S6 tons, MeLean, Liver pool, Oct. N Palawan, Br. ship, 1002 tons. Oliver, Cork. Oct 8 Hazard, brig.?.? tons. Walker, S. F. Oct. 7. lti'.ier Indus Br. sh 1G tons. Hewitt, Cork, Oct" jyjx. Mr 1354 tons. Mackie. S F Oct C ARRIVALS FROM SKA. tjalifoniia, str. C74 tons, Thorn. S. F. Oct. 10. .Alexander, steam tup, Victoria, Oct. 9. Ancon. str 1640 tons, Debney. S. F. Oct G. City of Chester, str., 1 KHi tons, Holies. S. F. Oct 6 Ruf Uh i: W...

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. — 11 October 1877

cv A glvs gjailjj QsXsximx, ASTOPJA Oct. 11, IS77 Aphorisms. Judicious advertising always pays Ii 3'ou have a jrood thing, advertise it. If 3Tou haven't, don't. If you don't mean to mind your own business, it will not pay to advertise. Iseverrun down your opponent's goods in public. Let him do his own advertising. No one can censure a man in business who docs not advertise, if he has nothing worth advertising. It's a true of-advertiaing as of anything ,cle in this world. If it is worth doing at all. it i- worth doing well. You can't eat enough in one week to hist a whole year, and 3Tou can't advertise on that plan either. A large advertisement once, and then discontinued, creates the impression that the man has iailed. Injudicious advertising is like fishing where there's no fish. You need to let lli lines in.ll in the right place. If jou can arouse curiosity by an adver tisement, it is a great point gained. The iairsex don't hold all the curiosity in the vorkl. AbVEitTisiG by Splur...

Publication Title: Daily Astorian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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