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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 12 October 1877

cn mini i 111 ii mi nil in m ii iii ii n'n-ir ff . 7 m m sa"i rs2 1 ii j ir, A o j. W-JUTO.A- PllZilt.Uii3M,LXUJ-ZSXC glte gnxls stnau, ISSUED EVERY MORNING, (Monday Excepted), C. IB:eS1,AXI : : PliI53,ISttER. jhtor'um Jjuildiiujj Cu Street toj7?js of Subscription : . Carved Uy Csrrior, per week .-" Cents funt 13 mm!, four months i4 W Sent by nmil, cue year. - U 00 I'l'oe f Fuatutjc to sjuhribci?. V&r Adcerh-cir.ents inpertod by the year at ihe rate of si -V) pur ciiuarc per month. TrjuiMcntadvertie'ii!:, by the d:iv or xvecl;. Gfty cents- per ?.iuarcfr each insertion. To City Subscribers. There arc such frciucnt cbanpc? in the resi dence of oiireity patrons that ue slix'l feci oi!i'-'ed to any who nwk' s:ch change if they ill rciKrt the same to Ihi-utticc. Utlienvi-e ivo ?hall not he respfinihle for failures of the carrier to deliver the jwiper pivntptly and regularly to them. Passed. The hill conferring juris diction oji the District Court for Pacific count v was amnded in 'ou...

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. — 12 October 1877

U) Txc StoiXoj lximi ASTORIA. OREGON : DIBELAXD Editor. wtv" - ,0"10 i IDA1 Oct. 12, lb, Joseph's Surrender. A Fort Benton disr)atch of the 8th, tells how the wiley sa age was induced to yield .as follews: Since the first battle of Miles with Joseph's band the troops have been holding the hostiles in a narrow ravine and have picked them oii trom rule pits, losing oniy h: four men themselves. Joseph raised a white fla" four times, offering tosur- j t 'ci in ii..i i- ender. if he might be allowed to keep u,uu' h t his o-nns. Miles demanded uncondi ... 0 tional surrender, and on the last day Joseph raised the white flag again, ad vanced in front of the lines, handed his gun to Miles and shook hands with Jiim. The remainder of the command did the same. Forty wounded Indians were found in camp. The number of dead is unknown, as all were buried. The glory of the fight rests with Miles. Intrenchments of the Nez Perces were ingeniously constructed. Their bravery w:is unsurpassed through out...

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. — 12 October 1877

(?) A give gaalxj Vstxraamx, ASTORIA Oct. 12, IS77 Ttli Tlle lor Astoria. (iCTHBER. From table of United State? Coast Survey. llifdi Water. Low Water. Tnv. A. 3!. r. M. A. M. .. 0 27.. .. 7 .. .. i :;k. .. 8 o.;.. .. s .-7.. .. it 20.. P. M. ... o :w. ... o ."!!. .- i as . ... 1 STiJ. . 2 211;. .. 7 m .. 7 :a .. 8 4". .. I 17 ..10 o:i ..io ra ..11 48 " 6 12 ... 1 IS .... n -lo.... .... l :.... . 2 is. .. .. 3 or.... . 4 01..... 10 i 1'-'.. r. u 13 . 11 : on 4 ic; lo n .... (; oi r ii; n R.... 7 oi r 17 o 44 X 02 7 li! 1 37 PORT OF ASTORIA. CLEARANCES ASH DEPARTURES. SMl.KO EskKmlc. lib BOO tons, liarr, Quceifetown, Oct 11. Ancaa. tr 1M tin. Deliney.S. K. Oct 11. City of Chcs.ier.str., llMitons, Holies. S. F. Oct 11. Candida, Kr sU. 127! tons, Mathurain.Queunbtown, Oct S City of Nankin, Hr sh, iffG tons, MeLcan. Liver- Kol. Oct. s, Palawan, J5r. sOnp, 1002 tons Oliver. Cork. Oct 8 Hazard, hi ifr,3W tons. VTalkor. S. F. Oct. 7. Zitvur Indus Jlrsli KVi tons. Hewitt. Cork, Oct7 Ajax. st...

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. — 12 October 1877

CVJ i gJxs gaits stawtfaxu ASTORIA Oct. 12, IS77 My Mother al the Gate. Oh ! there's many a lovely picture On Memory's silent wall, There's many a cherished image That I tenderly recall. The sweat home of my childhood, "With its singing brooks and birds; 'The frlencls tiiat grew beside me, "With their loving loolcs and words. The flowers that decked the wildwood. The roses fresh and sweet. The blue-bells and the daisies That blossomed at my feet. Ah, all are very precious, And often come to me Like the breezes from a better land Beyond life's troubled sea. But the sweeie.t, dearest picture That memory can create, Is the image of my mother, 31 y mother at the gate. The arrival of Stanley's little Land of half-starved 3 half-naked, foot-sore, worn-out men at the mouth of the Congo a couple of months ago was an event of more than passing moment. For years men have been putting forth every effort to do what Stanley has just accomplished. Speke and Grant and Burton and Baker and Living s...

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. — 13 October 1877

C'2 d w5l Jr JU Jr JJ'JW' j lr. Yol. 3. A.storia, Oregon, Saturday Morning, October 13, 1877. No. 111. A .1 5!Jj.c Snxhx stesm ) CIS ISSUED EVERY MORNING, (Monday Excepted), I. C. ISEUXD : : PB1JLISHEK. Adurian Building, Cass Street. Terms of Subscription : fccrvod by Carrier, iwwk 25 Conis Sent by mail, four months - S3 W feent by mail, cue year. ..-. J wj Jrroo of Postage to fcubseiiber;. , nsr Advertisements inertod by the year at thcrateoftl-'J pt square per inontli. 1 Transient advertising, by the day or week, fifty cents per square for each insertion. . - To City Subscribers. There arc such frequent chanpes in the rcsi- dencoof ourcitv patrons that we shall feol blised to anv who make uch change" if they Mil report the same to thisortice. Otherwise wii shall not be responsible for failures of the ca.rier to deliver the paper promptly and regularly to them. I " Chief of Police Hoss has been sip-, umnfofl nrMiirtv TTiiifeil States "Marshal :jt Astoria. Fall salmon, larger, nicer...

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. — 13 October 1877

CJ www UUU..1H,1.MJ .; ji ! J FHL ,-W yr , IM-JtimHiJJJ .xrft jLamiiiiJjmmgat i. v '.'. -iatigjatfc. jjikgipjui ; iXxj sjtodart. ASTORIA. OREGON : D. . IRELAND Editor. SATURDAY Oct. 13, 1377 NOTES AND COMMENTS. It is an odd spectacle, that of Sitting Bull sullenly awaiting, in his camp, like a modern Coriolanus, the ambassadors of a great nation, whose troops he had defeated, how beseech ing him to be at peace. This humilia tion is likely to bear no fruit save that of increased chagrin. One of our fellow citizens, (says the New York Sun), who is a candi date for the office of Police Commis sioner, has been so happy as to se cure a recommendation signed by a number of capitalists who are said to represent one hundred and twenty five millions of dollars. This is a large sum of money; and if the citizens who yesterday sent the petition to Mayor Ely really possess it we must admit that they are rich men. But, then, even one hundred and twenty-five millions of dollars should not control ...

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. — 13 October 1877

P) V agpga.!u?mttgepu-nwiu-iti ' wt ixc itUs slraian. o ASTOKIA - .Oc7. 13, 5S77 TiiW T:ile ror A.stovl:i. octcdeji. From tables of United States Coai Survey. Hish WsUr- iiDff Water. Tmv. . M. !. M. . :. r. m. 3 ; (H :. ij .n o? "W .. 7 oi ; it, o 44 ? 1- x j 7 ia' .... l :!7 l is v ?, a isi. 2 31 i! :w t: :i 44 ! 17' a in :; : is io ) jo u; 4 ix; 4 i$ i;t n on. i oi 4 .rM r lm -0 11 3.! 11 47' .- :?' 0 0I LM .. 0 Q'J, c, o" o.c : o :r, o 22' c; :v, 7 : PORT OF ASTORIA. CLEARANCES A XV DEPARTURES. o SMI.KO BBof."ofIrIt:sh'rfi 106 tons Rice. Liverpool Oc tober 12. A j7A VA LS FROM SEA. "Premier, rcfi'tmrc, S IT. Oct. . Uoo. W.FAtlJdlW ton-. Com. Connor. S. F. Oct 12 Orizaba, ftlli tont.. Jhnn. S F Oct 32 JatitaCrup,tf r. Lclantl. S. F Oct. 11 C'alifornijiVr. 74 tiii. Thorn. S. F. Oct, 10. -Alexander. stenui tusr, Victoria, Oct.!). AUn us 12 Wood. j-btp, 1477 tns, Da-its S F Oct 5. 'ijanUi Clsra. s'lip, 155.) tons.Tcbcy, S F load for Kurojie Oct, -i. M" Cochran", bark, llfl'i tr.ns, G...

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. — 13 October 1877

cv g&e gailxj staciaxu ASTORIA Oct. 13, IS77 The Lone Graye on the Beach. The tempest is wild to night, And high breaks the wave When the moon sheds its light On a desolate grave Just above the water's reach The lone grave on the beach. Its secret all its own, Lo ! these many long years Xo cold, gray stone. Xo sorrowing mourner's tears, To tell by eye or by word to teach, Who lies in the lone grave on the beach And e'en yet the waves may break And on the cold rocks resound In vain tempts the secret to wake, As the fleeting years roll round Till the last day's summons shall reach The sad, lone grave on the beach. L.VWKEXCE ELLMOKE. Clatsop, Aug. 24, 1877. FINANCE AND TRADE. Financial. Gold in Now York, lOP:fal') Legal Tenders in Astoria buying 9G; sell ing 97. Silver 3: per cent discount. Coin oxchango on San Francisco prcni. Currency exchango on San Francisco 14. per cent premium. Coin oxchangcon Xew York percent- pre mium. Telegraphic transfers on Now York 1 per cent, premium. ...

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. — 14 October 1877

ifta. "r- nuK; 4 -H'JTf se , i ' H f l ' aa . p OJ7 r Sf ?" -Jf r - w ".A, 1 .t-.-M- t aCV taaaii 4 ' . Astoria, Oregon, Sunday Morning, October M, 1877. No. 112. ri q I vf J- o. fSKl K(i 0ttttfft) A glxs grdls steiXe D. ISSUEr 3VBRY MORNING, (Monday E.ceptod), C. XREfc,AXI : : PUBLISIIEEt. Adorian Building, Cass Street CIrurcli Directory. Terms of Subscription .23 Cents Served bv Carrier, per week Sent by mail, four months Sent by mail, enc year. Free of Postage to Subscribers. .$5 00 yoo fW Advertisements Inserted by the year at the rate of $1 30 per square jer month. Tranicnt adverli'-in::, by the day or week, fifty cents ier square for each "insertion. To City Subscribers. There are such frequent changes in the resi dence of our city patrons that wo shall feel obliged to any who make such changes if they cvill report the same to thisoflice. Other wise avo shall not bo responsible for failure of the carrier to deliver the paper promptly and regularly to (hem- The California saile...

Publication Title: Daily Astorian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 14 October 1877

:j LJ I ie JMtag Jtstoran. Astoria, Clatsop Co., Oregon. J. C. IKEIiANI, PCBLI8HEK. A Farewell of the Period. Farewell, my dearestr nevermore, Hand clasped in hand, shall we together Koam o'er the breezy, broad sea-downs, All in the merry soft May weather! But then this thought occurs to me: 'Twill save a trifle in shoe-leather. Farewell! for fate will have it so, Oh, fondest heart! Oh, tenderest, nearest! The hues of spring have lost their glow The leaf the leaf is at its searest, I may not wed thee, sweet just now, Dry goods and things are at their dearest. Farewell, beloved thou art free A fearful dearth of funds had done it; I'll keep the ever in my heart I'll put thee in my choicest sonnet; These will I, love they little cost Not so a Paris gown and bonnet! And now we go divided ways; Dead broke am I that's all too certain; I take no more stock in boquets, Bon-bons, and all that goes with flirtin'; So now I drop love's pretty theme, And, 60 to speak, pull down the curtain. That...

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. — 14 October 1877

V ,r H) The Steam Plough. Fraeer't Magazine in an article upon the modern agricultural improvements, fLSs: In the way of sheer downright force, few effects of machinery are more striking than a steam-ploughing engine dragging the shares across a wide ex panse of stiff clay. The huge engines used in our iron-clad yesRls work with a graceful ease which dectifjs the eye; the ponderous cranks reyoiYe so smoothly, :and shine so brightly with oil and polish, that the mind is apt to underrate the work performed. But these ploughing engines stand out solitary and apart from other machinery, and their shape itself suggests force, such forces as may have -existed in the mastodon, or other un f iHeldy monster of the prehistoric ages. The broad wheels sink into the earth under the pressure; the steam kissing from the escape valves is carried by the breeze through the hawthorn hedge, hiding the red berries with a strange, unwonted cloud; the thick, dark brown smoke, rising from the funnel as the...

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. — 14 October 1877

k 00 I. 1 Si S gilg sfarrfcra. ASTORIA. OREGON: " D. C. IREIiAXD Editor. SUNDAY Oct. 14, 1877 A Case of '-Biter Bit." A very ingenious swindle "was re cently attempted in England, and ap pears to have been in some measure successful. At Christmas time, when everybody was giving or expecting presents, there went to hundreds of country parsonages hampers of wine, accompanied by no indications of the name of the generous giver, and the recipients were of course placed in de lightful uncertainty as to which of their relatives they ought to thank for the gift. The mystery, however, did not last long. In due course there came out a circular letter, which pur ported to have been sent out before the wine was dispatched, and stated that the hamper was a sample, to be re turned if not wanted, and to be charged, for if not returned by a specified date, which date, of course, had passed by before the disagreeable announcement came. How many clergymen Mr. A. Fielding took in by this procedure ca...

Publication Title: Daily Astorian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 14 October 1877

V w (5J X g'Jxs axl3J Vstosiaa. 4fT ASTORIA OCT. 14, 1877 Tide Table ror Astoria. OCTOBER. From tables x'f United States Coasb Survey. High Water. Low Water. Iny. a. u r. M. a. m. p. m. V.l 0 01 -T, ICj U 08. 14 7 01 - G 17 0 41 0 12 jr 02 7 i:j l ::i l 18 1(5 5H. 8 l!l 2 31 2 SO 17.t I) 41 II 17! 3 1!) .'i "- IS M) 2. ..10 11 4 00. 4 2U 1! 11 00. 11 01 4 hi 5 21 -j) ii y;s n 47j r, :si. g 09 til o 04! o o" c m 22. o :r o 22 o . 7 :jo PORT OF ASTORIA. CLEARANCES AND DEPARTURES. o SUI,K1 Hsecroft.Hritlshsh-lGiGtons Rice, Liverpool Oc tolxjr 12. ARRIVALS FROM SEA. -3?romlor.scli. Moore, S F, Oct. 6. ?eo. Wilder 17U9 tons, Cora. Connor, S. F. Oct 12 "Orizalia, hS. 241 tons. Johnsoa. S F Oct 12 VJanta Cruz, etc. Leland.S. F. Oct. 11 NVf;jif0rnia,str.G74 tons.Tliorn.S. F. Oct, 10. vVIexander, steam tup, Victoria, OcL9. Slufus K Wood, ship, 1477 -tons, Davis, S F Oct 5. Santa Clara, bhFp, 1535ms,Tobey, S Ffto load for Europe Oct i. O W Coclirune, bark, 1105 tons, Given, 51 days fin Hongko...

Publication Title: Daily Astorian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 14 October 1877

r U) & Don't Take it to Heart. There's many a trouble Would break like a bubble, And into the waters of lethe .depart, Did we not rehearse it, And tenderly nurse it, And give it a permanent place in the heart. There's manv a sorrow "Would vanish to-morrow, Were we but willing to furnish the wins; So sadly intruding, And quietly brooding, It hatches out all sorts of horrible things. How welcome the seeming, Of looks that are bearniug, Whether one's wealthy or whether one's poor; Eyes bright as a berry, Checks red as a cherry, The groan, and the curse, and the heartache on cure. Resolved to be merry, All worry to ferry vcros3 the fumed waters that bid us forget, And no longer fearful, But happ3 and cheerful, We feel life has much that's worth living for yet. Oeortjiana C. Clark. Chad and Setli. Ohad and Seth were great cronies, though Chad's father wa9 a lawyer, and .Seth's was a blacksmith. But, then, the one was a very good blacksmith, and the other a very poor lawyer, and this ...

Publication Title: Daily Astorian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 14 October 1877

V V) All For KotMns. One of the moBt unfortunate men of our acquaintance is a gocyi-looking cler gyman, a widower, who has six grown-up daughters. Of course they are violently opposed to the thought of having a .step mother, and their poor father is subjected to a cruel espionage, and is compelled to take one or more of his daughters with him wherever he goes. The other day, however, he succeeded in escaping to a neighboring town without the presence of a daughter or two, and after an ab sence of several days, a message came to the daughters that their father "had married a widow with six sprightly chil dren." Had a bomb-shell burst, greater consternation wTould not have been caused. The intelligence also was con veyed that the clergyman would return at a certain, time. Those girls held a coun cil at once, and it was unanimously agreed to give " the widow with six sprightly children" an exceedingly warm reception so hot, indeed, that the house and village could not hold them. The we...

Publication Title: Daily Astorian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 14 October 1877

IV gfe &iXaj &&8xZ&& ASTORIA Oct. 14, 1877 COMFORTS OF TRAVEL. Irenaus Letters from Abroad. Crossing the. Channel. You have had few "letters of travel" from me this summer. I have left that pleasant work to others, while I have prosed upon the "state of the couutry," and such incidental topics as came to hand. But what strikes me just now as noteworthy is that, compared with twenty years ago, there is no real improvement in the ways and means of travel, in England or on the Centinent: things are os they were in the begiuning, and prob ably will be so for a score of years to come, and perhaxs half a century. We might learn some thing from European railroad management, but these countries will not learn from us, though they can have the lessons for noth ing, and make money by the ojer ation. "Whoever comes to England from America, must cross the ocean, and then, to get upon the Continent, he must cross the Channel. Now this crossing the Channel is more than a bugbe...

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. — 16 October 1877

en . Vol. 3. dstoria, Oregon, Tuesday Morning, October 16, 1877. No. 113. ' m ntj. Jl'tJ- LU'HU'yijm- qgiEig $ rj . m ISSUED EVERY MORNING, (.Monday Excepted), I. C. IEti:rA3kI : : PUBLISHER. A&turian Building, Cass Sired. I arms of Subscription : Jerved by Carrier, nor week 2.1 Contp Sent by mail, four months - ? Secitby mail, cne year. D 00 Free of Post-ago to Subscribers tT Advertisement's inserted toy the year at the rate of SI "' per iutrc per month. Tiunjcnt advertising, by the dav or wock, fifty cents per square for each insertion. To CJity Subscribers. There arc such fro juent chance in the rci clencu of our city patrons that ive shall feel obliged to anv who make such rhunjre-s if they will report the same to thi office. Otherwise wo .-hall not ton responsible for failure of the carrier to deliver the paper piomptly and i egularly to them. Fnoai Tieeamook. Mr. Vaughn and Mr. Fuller, old lime settlers of Tilla mook, wen' passengers in by the Canby ;uid are now doing the ...

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. — 16 October 1877

CJ gj Jjuauj .am jngg.j'Bijuuiia?j5.i JSJ-TJWBiJLL.t.'gRJm-ig j-W.-t-.1 jii-u .'f.'.uri'-iM-j'iyi.MM ......imiiiw. .1..,.-J,.IJ,.L ;C3LLLJ.WM V &fie ' $m&$l8xixu. ASTORLV. OREGON: O. C. IIlEIiAXD Editor. TUESDAY Oct.IG, 1877 NOTES AND COMMENTS. J An intoxicated passenger on a "Virginia railroad showed his total ab stinence pledge when asked for a ticket. The conductor punched the pledge, and wrote on it "one drunk." A seven-year-old boy is missing in Philadelphia. A playmate says: "We went into an empty house, and played there a good long time, and when we came out some big bo.ys came by and pulled the door shut, and Willie was inside;" but he has no idea where the house is. The police are .to search every unoccupied house in the city. Thomas Jefterson's house is in a ruined condition, and a long lawsuit prevents any improvement. The farm is worn out, and the house described as "that marvellous conception of Jef ferson's put into brick, mortar, and wood, with funny little ro...

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. — 16 October 1877

3J O Xt ixi3ij staramt -ASTORIA Oct. IS. 1S77 Prom table? of Usitsd States Ooat Survey. High Wnlur. j how Water. f . v. y. r. m. 1 a. m. '. m. : .. r. m r. ifij fi 'o ? 1 oi ; 17 ) - 0 12 r. s tr 7 i:m i :i i is !. .. f ; .. s i:)J 2 ::i 2 .to K - r 41 u 17! :i i : :?2 1- i i in ill 4 or 4 29 r n (tf n on 4 .m r 21 'i n ::: n iti r, : o o:i ji .. o ol fi o" o ; " o r.j o 22: c :; 7 : PORT OP ASTORIA. cleahaxces axd DEPARTl'liES. 1) i'LKAKKI). D:-m:inw, Br &Jc. 1074 ions. Hanson, Queonstown, (Jot. 15. SUl.KO v.'.ilifernia. strWriojunUwt-Bi tka Oct. 12. Alerander.sffun Iut, Victoia,Oct. 11. 5.intiiCrnytntr. L-laniI. S. 1". Oct. 13 Ii.ecroft. lJrilishs.il ISM tons Kice, Liverpool Oc tober 12. A1UUVALS F110.V SKA. . o Kinilv rfenplin.ilJr blv,777 tons llirris, Hongkong, Out 11. - IVn!iav, Br sgjtt tons. Aire?, Honckonc. Oct 14 Ijo-nlinsVindfAjn bh. IJoStons, Ilisby, Hongkong Picimcr. sch. .Moore, S Y, Oct. G. i.eo. W.JIIder HUH toiiK. Oom. Connor. S. F. Oct 12 Oi izaba, 211 tons. Jt...

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. — 16 October 1877

e-o 4 !& Steilyj Qslzxinn ASTOEIA M Oct. 16. 1877 FINANCE AND TRADE. Financial. Gold in New York, 103Kn Legal Tenders in Astoria buying 90; sell ing 97. Silver 38S per cent discount. Coin exchange on San Francisco prem. Currency cxchango on San Francisco per -cent premium. Coin exchange on New York percent, pre mium. Telegraphic transfers on Xow York 1 per cent, premium. Currency exchangeon New York percent premium. Astoria 3Iar!iols. AVheat. Wheat afloat or wheat hi store at Astoria is always par with wheat al'.oat or in store at San Francisco. AVhkat. Sales on bills of lading on board ibips frcightoff ?2 tioini'2 !o pcrcontal. Flour. Superfine S(J o0,7 l)U; Extra Sd o0$. 7 50. Corn Meal V ewt. $1 IX); Ruekwhcat?, cwt. SO 00c7 oil. Mill Fkkii. Bran $Si 00 ?l ton; Shorts 333 00; Middlings HO 00; Hay Shi. Oats. According to quality, prices range from Co to 70 cts V bushel. Vkcktahlks. Potatoes C0cfi,7oc 3 bushel; Onions 2c t lb. Eggs. 30&3octs "ft dozen. Chickens. $o ?, dozen...

Publication Title: Daily Astorian, The
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