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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 22 March 1879

w mmn. Vol. viii. Astoria, Oregon, Saturday Morning, March 22, 1879. No. 68. ! (SEssEEga m sA Laws Regulating Fishing. Arts I'jtsscl by the Oregon legislative Assembly, A. D. 1878. rublished by Request. An nor regulating Salmon Fisheries on the waters of the Columbia river and its trib utaries. Wn i:hka.s, The legislative assembly of the territory of Washington, at the last session thereof, passed an aet entitled an act regulating salmon fisheries on the waters of the Columbia river," ap proved November 8, 1877; and Wiii:i:eas The 8th and last .section of said aet is as follows, to-wit: "Sec tion 8 No section, proviso, or part of this act shall he considered as valid or operative until the legislature of the state of Oregon shall enact a similar section, proviso or act, in whole or in part, and from and after the passage of Mich a law by the state of Oregon, and such parts thereof as shall be so enacted shall immediately go into full force and offect; and the governor of this territ...

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 March 1879

ft) ffixt ails Qstisxlmx. ASTORIA. OREGON: D. C. XRKLAXD Ertllor. SATURDAY March 22. 1870 The ice is said to be so thick, in some of the rivers in the east, that when it is removed there'll be no water. A Geneva" (Switzerland) letter says that American anthracite coal is rapidly coming into use in that city, both in private houses nnd factories. The latest organization for mutual protection is that of the farmers of Georgia and North and South Carolina, who have combin ed to resist the exactions of deal ers in fertilizers. Woman's Words says that Pres cient Eliot of Harvard universit, the cook in the Parker House res taurant, Bostor 5 & id Mary L. Booth, editor of Harper's Bazar, i each receive $4,000 a 3oar. The spirits who communicate with the living through the Banner of Light decline to tell where Stewart's body is. "We do not," says one, "propose to organize ourselves into a detective force." Among the speakers at a re cent Murphy meeting, in Pennsyl vania, were Thomas J. M...

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 March 1879

CD gjx,c gmly fks8xxxu ASTORIA OREGON ISSUED EVERY MORNING, (Monday Exceed), t. C. IRELAND : : IIIIZI.SZSEZt. Aoturiait Building, Oa.$ Street. Terms of Subscription : !ervcd by Carrier, per Tpecfc... 25 Conl5 Sont by mail, four months........ S3 00 Sent by mail, cno yoar .- 'J 00 free of 1'ostaso to Subscribers. 3 Advcrtiomoncs mortcd by tho year at the rate ttfSl 30 por-squwre per month. Transient advertising, b3 the day or week, fifty com rxst .junro for each insertion. THE CITY. fSTTNC DAILY ASTORTAX iCill he SCTlthll wattntirtcctite a month, free of po1 age. Jtead who coutctnvUUc absence from the citti can hare The Astouiax follow llirm, Daily or Wkkklv edition to any post-offlee ivith iitt (xddhlwnni crpciisc. Addresses wan lm zamntcd as often as desired. Leave mdens at (Sic cuitntiiHi room. Onions are scarce in Portland. A new lot of crockery to be seen ait Bailey's, H. P. Johnson will find a dis--jmtk at the Astoria telegraph oflice. The schooner Kate L. Hereon arrived from T...

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 March 1879

CI J !C& 9ls sixfxbxtx. MISCELLANEOUS. WHOLESALE TRADE. Astoria to Forts Stevens, Canby, II waco, Oysterville and Olympia. ASTORIA OREGON TIDE TABLE FOR ASTORIA. From tables of United States Coast Survey. High Water. Low Water. Date. a. m. . M. p. it. 20 -11 13 1 5 27 .. 6 IT) 21 0 12 0 0i C 21 G 37 22 .. 0 37 0 471 7 10 . 7 07 23 ... 1 01 1 201 7 47 .... " 36 21 1 25 1 541 8 2.) .... 8 02 2S .. 1 4S 2 331 8 i .... 8 29 ii 2 14 .. 3 131 i) 30 8 fw 27 2 44 4 OOl 10 07 ... 9 20 2 . 3 17 .. 4 olf 10 17 J) 54 29 3 3 5 43 11 32 10 4'J PORT OF ASTORIA. CLEARANCES ASD DEPARTURES. CLEAHED. Centennial, ship, 1287 tons, Bearse, Qaeenstown. March 18. Allegiance. Br. eh. 11SU tons, James, Liverpool, March 11. SAILED. Great Republic ss. 3800 tons. Carroll S F. March 21 Orecon. ss, 2250 tons. Connor. S F March 'JO Prince Ainadeo Br sh 1(31 tons, Lmskill. Queens town, March 18 Idaho, str, 1077 tons. Alexander. S F. March 16 llescuc. sch. Masters, northern cruise, fishing. March 12 Mora, sch 33...

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 March 1879

0 J Astoria, Oregon, Sunday Morni' March 23, 1879. Vol. viii. No. 69. TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. Pacific Coast Dispatcltcs. Ex-Governor Bradley died at Elko on the 21st, aged Vi years and 3 weeks. The funeral vill take place to-day. A fire broke out in the Palace hotel Thursday evening, and dam aged the contents 5,000. Most of the guests were at dinner and not aware of the fire till all was over. The end of the Southern Pa cific is now 112 miles east of Yuma. Eiicht thousand six hun dred feet of track was laid on Thursday. The average for the last six days is a little over one and one half miles per da'. Grad ing will be finished to Marricopa summit next week. Kastcrn JVcws. The New York Tribune inter viewed Mitchell, of Oregon, on Thursda', who said: uVe shall carry the state next year without the slightest doubt. The demo crats have got into a family quar rel that will be fatal to them. They are in a great stew over the recent report on executive expen ditures and in bad condition to make ...

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 March 1879

CO acasszazi ,V P 9fes aiX33 stonc&m ASTORIA. OREGON: n. c IRE1XI... Ertitor. I - ' I SUNDAY M akcii 23. 1870 j The Harbor of Refuse. Certain California journals are busr already with misrepresenta tions concerning the selection of a sitite for a harbor of refuge. The Alta criticises the report of Col. "Wilson, and to sustain its censure misquotes his report. He exam ined several points and made esti- mates thereon. The Alta applies j -what is said in remircl to a break- urnlnr nn t.lin nnrHi wlo nf Pa ! ,,a,,w' v" "..v. .. . -. vv. , Foul weather, -where the estimate I is for a work costing $G:G,0W), to j the report and estimate for a break- j water in anotner plane ivlm-li would cost ten millions. Again, card, which nwy be placed on the hi nt asserts that Col. Wilson, in-side of the corner of die compass box stead of oin- in person to make ! . ". , .. I t.l,n ovninlnfltlnii tmA or.!iIic . . , , ". , r i senL an assisLaiiL, a net uie vaiue 01 ! tue report is attacked on tins j ...

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 March 1879

n VZIAZi'lZtilllikLlllAi'--. ET to gaiirj srtxjsomt, ASTORIA OREGON ISSUED EVERY MORNING, Monday Lxceetad), r. C. rRELA. : : f'VXiLiJSssEK. jLst'fritut JhulrHttf, Car ilred. Twtns of Subscription : fccn'eri by Carrier, r" week ..25 Ceate SMt ky maii. iottr inoatfcs - S3 Qt Soul by mail, cne yew - 0 N Fro of I'ottitcc u.SMieriors. cer AdvortcMsttienrs inverted by th yr at the rnt of 1 5" !er .nar8 per utttaUt. Transient. dvertliaiu by the day or woek. ftfty cents iHir sqatre for each insertion. THE CITY. Tick Daily astokian tritt Jtc ml moil at 1 cent a numUt. frmif itlngc Reaa cr wko mtrm'il-itratrvnrc from the cfin can Jmve Thk Astojsjax nibw ikm. aii,v vr Wkkklv etVtitm to any nnwf-1iv trWJi iit atvlititmai rrpcwK. Adaresc man 1e wutfcd tm often k (tetfrcd. Jjeave ordcrm at &te cmwtivz wm. The aun kone brilliantly yester day t Astoria. A new lot of oroekory to Tje aoen at Bailer". The steamer AVesipirt luis gone if We-stport for repairs. She will le laid up for about two weeks...

Publication Title: Daily Astorian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 23 March 1879

m -ct&e g&ilrj Qstiaxxuu MISCELLANEOUS. STEAMSHIP LINES. ASTORIA OREGON TIDE TABLE FOR ASTORIA. From tables of United States Coast Survey. High Water. Low Water. Da to. A. M. f. M. v. II. 20.... 21.... 22.... it!!! 21.... as.... 10.... 27.... 2S.... 29.... .11 13 1. . 0 12 0 03!. . 0 :i7 0 471. ..... G 05 ..... 0 37 . 7 07 7 3fi 8 02 ..... 8 29 . 8 IS 1) 2 ..... 1 ,54 10 4U 21. 10. 47. 28. m. :m 07. 47. .12. 1 01... 1 25... 1 48... 2 14... 2 44.. I 201.. 1 541.. 2 :WI.. 3 151.. 4 00'.. .. 8 ... 8 .. ! .10 ..10 ..11 3 17 .. 4 SSI 3 o 45 PORT OF ASTORIA. CLEARANCES AXD DEPARTURES. CI.KAHKIX. Cet;tnnial. ship, 2 trast Bearse, Queonstown. Msi'ch 18. Allegiance. Df. sh. 11S0 tons, James, Liverpool. March 11. SAILED. Great Republic us. 3X) tons. Carroll S F. March 21 Oregon, ss. 2250 tons, Connor. S F March Prince Awadeo Br sh 1K31 tons, Linskiil. Queens town. March 18 Idaho, str. 1077 tons. Alexander. S F March 16 Rescue, sch. Masters, northern cruise, fishinjr. March 12 Hera, sc...

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. — 25 March 1879

i3T - (0- ri 1 rrfV'f Vol vin. Astoria, Oregon, Tuesday Morning, March 25; 1879. So. 70, ullj. -xjj re Kz-vaas !.k-t.-HP. KrMWr'J.'I.HJ-MJ'.m.l -wmmMM .i mmm.1 jm.L-m j&gB&m lilP TELEGRAPHIC KEW3. 3S::sI'ets .Steles. A storm of the severest rature swept over Memphis just after midnight on Saturdny last. t OtUtic from the southwest and con tinued for three hours. During its progress, lightning struck the .Memphis cotton and woolen mills, which were entirely consumed. Most rigorous rales are being enforced against vessels arriving ifrom the Mediterranean sea, Red sea, or Sea of Azov, to prevent the infection reaching here. The Italian bark from Trieste, with a cargo of rags, was refused entry, and the vessel ordered into quaran tine at New York on the 22d. A storm has aga'u damaged the dykes in Holland protecting Osongrad, Ssentes, Xasarhely, ambor and Tettel. Complete anarchy prevails at Mandalay. The bulk of the in habitants would welcome British troops. Hopes that an explos...

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. — 25 March 1879

00 Tglxz gails scaimx ASTORIA. OREGON JD. C. IREIiAXl Editor. TUESDAY March 2T., 1879 Complimentary Xcttcr. On liis departure from this port on the 18th inst., Capt. James Linskill. commander of the British ship Prince Amadeo, sent the following letter back to Capt. Plavel by the pilet: Ship "Prince Amadeo." ) Out side of Columbia Bar, 9:30. y March 18. 1S79. ) Flavel, Asteria: Copt. Dear Sir: I am v-ery happy to say that we got out exceedingly well. I liave farther to say that the pilot, tr. Staples, and the tugs did their duties spledidly; I am highly satisfied with the way they managed with this deep draught ship. I do not think it could have been done better by any one, if .is well. Please accept of my very best thanks for the kin dry maimer in which I have been treated by you and those in your employ. I will always remember it, though far distant. I am, yours most respectfully. Jamks LINSKILL. The Prince Amadeo went to sea drawing 28 feet two inches of water. There is nothing s...

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. — 25 March 1879

PJ ASTORIA OREGON ISSUED EVERY MORNING, (Monday Excepted). I. C. IItEI,AXi : : IL'IU,ISIIER. Asiorian Building, Cass Street. Terms of Subscription : bcrvod by Carrior, por woek .25 Ccnt5 Bont by mail, four months S8 00 Sent by mail, one yoar. . D 00 free of Posuisu to Sub?cribors. CSV Advertisements msorted by the yoar at tha rate of SI o0 por square per month. Transient advertising, by the day or "week, fifty cent? per square for each insertion. THE CITY. Tun Daily Astokiax toill he ?cnl hy maHtiffiicento a numih. frccof potnuc. Head ;w who cmtJcmplaleaitscncc from the city can have Tim Astokiax follow than. Daji.v or Wkkkly edition to any jK-Jfice with out additional crpense. Addracs man he aianed as often ax desired. Leave orders at tiw counting rwm. -BRIEF AXXOTJXCEMEXT. --Fresh oysters in even style and at-nil hours at the Pioneer restaurant. Parties in want, of good Odar Shingles will do well to apjdy to II. C. roinegys, Kahuna. W. T. You ean gel Pumerniekel bread at Jtfrs. S....

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. — 25 March 1879

Of ppe axltj &8b&xftm. ASTOKIA OREGON TIDE TABLE POR ASTORIA. From tabids of United States Coast Survey. Hidi Water. Low Water. Duts. A.M. P.M. A. M. p. ji. id '21 go 5.3. 21 ...11 13 ... 0 12 ... o :rr i oi ... 1 23 ... 1 46 . .1.. r, 7 it .. i u. 0 01 i ( 21 0 471 7 10 1 201 7 47 1 f4 S 23 0 37 ..... 7 07 ..... 7 m .... S 02 2 .W S ." .. 8 21) :; ir! ao 8 r 25. ... 2 14 2 44 4 OOl 10 07 if 20 2.... 3 17 .. 4 ii'i 10 17 .. i) 51 8 :10 r Sl 11 32 10 4M PORT OF ASTORIA. CLEARANCES AXD DEPARTURES. creaked. SontanniRl. ship. 1I tone, Hotreo, QtMeBStewn. .March IS. AH affiance. Dr. sh. 11W tons. Jamas, Liverpool. .March 11. SAILED. Great Ilcrmblic ss. 3SW tone. Carroll S F. March 21 Oregon. M. 2250 tone. Cortaor. S F llareh S Prince Amadee Hr sh 1KJ1 tons. LiMkill. Qtteette- town, 3Iarch 18 Maho. sir. 1977 tons. Alexander. S F. 2Vlreh 1 Itasca", seh. Masters, northern crtthie, fts&inff, iMurch 12 Hera, sch 939 tons IMitler. Honolttta, March IS. Citv ni York. Ur t4i, litt uhm...

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. — 26 March 1879

D J ,rJPJvJf'Jlll'lit' 4 Vol. viii. Astoria, Oregon, Wednesday Morning, March 26, 1879. No. 71. i 4 m i TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. Pacific Coast Dispatches. The dispatches announce that the Alaska sailed from San Fran cisco last Saturday for the north. She carries ten 9-inch Dahlgren runs, one 8-inch rifle, converted from an 11-i.ich smooth bore, one GO-pounder rifle, with Gattling guns as howitzers. She is manned by 300 men and is a fait staler, both under sail and steam. The vessel is al'nost new, having gone into commission lat Septembe, and it is thought she will be amply able to cope vith the difficulty. Eastern States. Two 0:namen lectured in Chicago on the 24th. It's a we-1-knoin Tact that they are both at tempt' ng to make money out o" tlie: lectures, rather than to better the con?:'ion of the-r people or disseminate knowledge concea insr the ce-esLiO'S. The vlO four per cent. t:ej -ury certificate" w:,l on-y b3 'ssaed in coupon fo-rm immed'ateV. Tl'e reiristeed w:U come nexh. The be...

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. — 26 March 1879

. w 53te Sails storlaix. ASTORIA. OREGON: r. C. IRELAND Ertllor. WEDS ES AY M arch 20, 1S79 Ballasting Ships Willi Wafer. The old method of ballasting a ship is expensive and inconvenient to the last degree. It requires from seventy to one hundred tons of material to stiffen a large ship so that she can safely proceed to sea without a cargo. 'The ballast usually consists of broken rock, sand, earth, etc., which is iut on board by the contractors at an agreed price per ton. When the ship arrives at her destination this ballast must be discharged, in conformity with port regulations. It cannot be dumped into the bay, but must be hauled aTvay by teams. It costs not less than from 100 to $300 to ballast and dis charge a large ship. Indeed, this is a low estimate. Some months ago Capfc A. M. Simpson of San Francisco, ex pressed the opinion that the present mode of ballasting would be discon tinued for a better and less expensive one. He suggested that water would be used in the place of ...

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. — 26 March 1879

v ..wMNfe- o C3j cjiif9isxJSLJJJULfL.". r.raa "gpte jDailjj steimx. ASTORIA OREGON ISSUED EVERY MORNING, (Monday Excoptod), I. C. IRELAND : : prBE.ISIXER. Abturian Jiiitttlmg, Cuss Street. Tonus of Subscription : b-crvcd by Carrier, per wook 25 Goats Soot by mail, tour months S3 00 Swt by mail, cno year - U 00 f rco of Postage to Sub?cribcrs. 0(3" Advertisements insoitod by the ycRC at tiie rate of SI 50 jtor puire jnir month. Transient advertising, by tlic Say or xrtsak, fifty cents per square for och incortion. THE CITY. Thk Daua Astouian Kill he Mitt hy moil at "." etxt . monUi. rv c of jtotfagc. Rma r io;u citnlfitnftl'ilc aJuncc from the city can hare Tns Astohian- follow them, Daii.v r Wbbkia' edition to any p,t-itjfice wilh o adtiitioaal crpcnxc Addrcc man lc ciicmgcd an often tut desired. Leave orders at ike cmmtixQ rwm. BRIEF AX2WUXCEM:J2XT. Fresh dJailey'b. fruits and vegetables at Oysters served in every style Xho Walla Walla Restaurant. at -P. .1. Goodman, on Main street...

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. — 26 March 1879

Of 3 & &i2xj sixircfenx. MISCELLANEOUS. STEAMSHIP LINES. For Honolulu. Oregon Steamship Company. Portland to San Erancisco. ASTORIA. OREGON THE Al BARKENTINE TIDE TABLE EOR ASTORIA. JANE A. PALKIN-BURG, L,H. HUBBARD, - Master. , w 1 From tables of United States Coast Survey. High Water. Low Wnter. Date. a. M. p. m. k. M. p. . 20. -11 13 1 .... 5 27 .. G 03 21 - 0 12. 0 05J 6 21 C 37 22 0 37 0 47! 7 10 7 07 23 1 01 1 201 7 47 7 3G 24 1 25-. 1 541 8 23 8 02 -25 .. 1 48 2 33 ,... 8 5G - 8 29 21) 2 14 .. 3 151 9 30 8 H5 27 2 44 4 OOf 10 07 9 20 2S 3 17. 4 51! 10 47 .. 9 54 29 3 39 5 45 11 32 .10 49 PORT OF ASTORIA. CLEARANCES AND DEPARTURES. REDUCED RATES! ia x-juzx-jtc is ltKSJKJLCVi:i Will have quick dispatch. For freight or parage, apply to ALLLEN & LEWIS, Portland. Or to GEORGE FLAVEL, Astoria. FOR THE NEV SPRING AD ! i Carrying Tnltcd States 3IaIIs and Wells. Fargo & CoS Express. OF TILE lVMITE HOUSE. J For Tillamook. Tim Orotrnn Stt0mi1iin &' K Pnninanv will di...

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. — 27 March 1879

OJ fi Astoria, Oregon, Thursday Morning, March 27, 1879. Vol. vin. STo. 72. 5an $ rij TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. Pacific Coast Dispatches. It is now stated that God ihaux Bros, have ofTered their creditors 10 cents on the dollar for their various accounts. The offer has been rejected for the present. The houses of Samuel Leszynsky & Co. and Kennedy & Durr was sold by the sherff Tues day afternoon. The stock, etc., was purchased presumably by creditors. Nothing has been done regarding S. Mosgrove & Co., whose store is still closed. They are still endeavoring to secure a settlement. Early on Friday morning last a collision took place about six miles off Cape Flattery between the ship Mercury, bound for Nanaimo, and the barkentine North Bend bound forPuijet sound. The Mercury was towed to Nanai nio where she will receive necessary repairs. She hails from New York and was on her way up from San Francisco at the time of the collis ion. The North Bend proceeded to Puget Sound and it ha...

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. — 27 March 1879

W v:.wi ',wv.sc gfts vBuilvt stxfxxnvu -ASTORIA. OREGON: r- ttc S. C. lEl.AXI Ertllor. 'THURSDAY, .MARCH 27.187.9 The Future of Astoria. The future of Astoria was never -so promising as it is at the present. Various matters tend to make this but none more plainly than so the operations of Mr. G. W. Hume, who has now successfully inaugu rated the wholesale method of dealings here. If Portland has 12,000 people in trade it is safe to presume that not more than X of them are identified with city holders of real estate ployed by them. Men like ,000 the era Mr. Hume, in business at Astoria, are owners of the soil, and so laro-elv interested that it is for their inter est to build up the city. Astoria will grow very rapid when she anain takes a start, and in the re cent events we think t i we see tne i beginning of the final start. In spite of the weather, which has been bad, Mr. Hume's place of business has been thronged for the most part of the whole time since he opened here. Hum or sh...

Publication Title: Daily Astorian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 27 March 1879

w vaaBas glxs- giii3j siraimx, ASTORIA OREGON ISSUED 3VERY MORNING, (Monday ilxcoplod). D. C. IP.EF.AND : : PL'SStiSSEffER.' A&iuricut, JJmldivg, Gass Stored. Terms of Subscription ; Served by Currier, per Trock.. .25 Contf ticnt by mmI. four months 5S OS' Sunt hy mail, .ne year. 9 00 Frco of l'ociao to Subecribors. t55T Advortieraonts inserted by the year at tho rate of SI 0 ior -nuru per month. Transient nHrcrtisinc, by the day or weok, fifty cenw per square for each insertion. THE CITY. Tjik Daily astohian will he -next hy nailfltlaCi.nl a month, frrcofpottafic. Read er who contemplate aimence from the cilu can itavc Tup Astokian follow thcrn. Daily or Wbbicly cAitionx to any pout-office irith hit additional erpentc. Addrawes may 1w unarmed as often a desired. Luai'c orders at the counUnv mom. BRIEF ANNOUNVE2TENT. .Sew invoice oi those Medallion Ranges at Melius C. Crosby s. Twelve yards Chinese Grass Cloth. "45 inches w Me, for one dollar at Ham burger's. A new lot o'f full ...

Publication Title: Daily Astorian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 27 March 1879

TO gp g&ilyj stasfcm. MISCELLANEOUS. STEAMSHIP LINES. V For Honolulu, THE Al BARKENTINE w JANE A. FALKINBURG. 3& L. II. HUBBARD, - Master, jgjgfeP Will have quick dispatch. For freight or passage, apply to ALLLEN & LEWIS. Portland. Or to GEORGE FLAVEL. Astoria. Oregon Steamship Company. Portland to San Francisco. REDUCED RATES! Carrying Tnlicri States .Halls end IVell.s, Fnrso A t'o's Express. ASTORIA OREGON TIDE TABLE FOR ASTORIA. f l From tables of United States Coast Survey. M.i.Aii9 Ji-jEj.-s.i'j is JiCi.5i.IlVJKI High Water. Low Wntor. J trrC3 TWCT PSrU Cnniion mrs I Date. m v iiiu it.--a orrtimj fu r A. M. r. m. K. M. P. M. 20 11 13.. 21 (1 12.. 22 .. 0 :$7.. 33 1 01.. 21 1 25.. 25 1 4S.. 2i 2 1 1.. 27 2 44.. 2S - 0 17. 23 .- 3 .. I 5 27 .. G 03 ...... 0 0j! G 21 G :t7 0 471 7 10 7 07 1 201 7 47 7 3S 1 511 S 28 8 02 2 :W 8 m 8 20 3 151 J) .TO 8 55 4 00' 10 07 ! 20 4 fil 10 47 0 54 3 45, 11 32 10 4 OP THE WHITE HOUSE. For Tillamook. mUP .11 COTIrtVT.M . The Oregon S...

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