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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 28 March 1879

- i - 1B 'P'nfSHl'? t. Astoria, Oregon, Friday MorningjF March 28, 1879. Vol. viii. So. 73. & ?$ CO li Hi ip TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. Pacific Coast IMspatoIics. Tbe barkentine North Bend, which collided with the ship Mer cury off Cape Foul weather on the jmonrng of the 21st, arrived at Seattle a day or two ago. Her anchor was broken, and her rail near the cats-head stove in. The ship drifted along her side, staving in her rail, and breaking several of her stanchions, besides carrying away some of her rigg'ng. The nio-ht wss very dark, and shortly after the collision one of the crew of the North Bend, a sailor by the name of Jack Flynn, was missing. Her injuries were all above water, and hence she was not much dis abled. Eastern States. Col. Thos. A Scott has been re-elected president of the Penn sylvania railroad. A bill introduced by Senator Slater on Wednesday directs the secretary of the interior to negoti ate with the Umatilla, Warm Spring, Klamath and Siletz reser vation Indians f...

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. — 28 March 1879

M 3&s Sails gislxaiac3x. ASTORIA. OREGON: D. C. IREIjA3TI Ertllor. "FRIDAY Itf Aitcii 28. 1870 The Northern Paciilc. We beiieve that the twenty-five hundred tons of railroad, iron pur chased by the Northern Pacific railroad company for the construc tion of a section of road eastward from the head of navigation on the Columbia river will be laid from the mouth of the Klickitat river, twelve miles below Dalles city, on the territory side of the river, vir tually making that the head of navigation until The Dalles Celilo t:anal can be built. It would be the best place to begin the eastern extension for many reasons a line from that point would traverse an extensive and fertile country to the crossing at Priests ranids, above u. r c?i. -: ; U1U I11UULJ1 Ul OlliUvU J1VU1, itllU. TOiild be the Test route, dicidedly, for he uniform raure. It would in no way interfere with the sTs tem of narrow gauge feeders to the Columbia, ancl would greatly lessen the distance and time by the water r...

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. — 28 March 1879

Ctf 'giX gailXJ 5'teimX, ASTORIA OREGON ISSUED EVERY MORNING, (Monday Excepted), . C. XREIAXI : : PUBLISHER. Asturiaii Building, Cis Street. Terms of Subscription : berved bj' Carnor, per troek ..2o Cents Sent by mail, four months ?J 00 Sent by mail, cno year - 'J 00 froc of 1'osiaffo to Subscribers. fi Advertisements inserted by the year at the rate of SI SO jor square per month. Transient adverti-uns, by the day or week, fifty cents per siunro for each insertion. THE CITY. Tirr. rTiA" astoiman will he sett! by wail at7 cent a month, frccof potayc. Jleaa .r. who contemplate absence from the cilti can haw Titb ASTOurAN foliow them. Pau.y vr Wkkkly cations to any pol-ojlfcc toilh ttid additional expense, jtddrcsc may he ttianuvd ax often as desired. Leave nrdvrs at t)c cnWAtina room. Third and Lasl fall. We dimply must have money from those who out' us. Oin creditors want theirs fcnd we must have what is flue us so that we can pay then;. This is the last call we shall make through th...

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. — 28 March 1879

IV - 4 ;& axlaj sfccrsimx. ASTORIA OREGON TIDE TABLE FOR ASTORIA. From tables of United States Coast Surveys High Water. Low Water. D tte. A. M. p. m. A. M. p. i. .27 2 44 4 00!.... .10 07 ,rt. 9 20 2 3 17 .. 4 51) 10 47 5) 54 2 3 39 5 45 Il 32 10 40 30 4 5S .. G 47!...,.. 0 2G 11 50 31 5 59 7 4S; 1 2 J 1 7 11 8 531 1 OS 2 31 2 8 18 9 51! 2 22 3 33 3 9 27 10 53 3 35 4 32 4 10 35 ..11 491 4 4" Ji 2G 5 11 3ti 1 5 50 G 12 PORT OF ASTORIA. CLEARANCES A XI) DEPARTURES, i CLEAKKD. Ocntenninf. ship, 12S7 tons, Bearse, Queenstown. . Mach 16. Allegiance. Br. eh. 1180 tons, James, Liverpool. March 11. SAILED. Get W. Elder 1709 tons Boles. S. F March 2s Great Republic ss. 3S00 tons. Carroll S F. March 21 Oregon, ss. 22S0 tons, Connor. S F March 20 Prince Amadeo Br sh 1831 tons, Linskill. Queens town, JIarch 18 Idaho, str. I(r77 tons. Alexander. S F. March IS Rescue, sch. Misters, northern cruise, fishing. Mtrch 12 Hera, sch 389 tons Miller. Honolulu. Mirch 12. Citv of York, Br sh, 1128 ton...

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. — 29 March 1879

0 tl Vol. Till. Astoria, Oregon, Saturday Morning, March 29, 1879. No. T4 PEN AND SCISSORS. A substitute for wood in the manufactur of barrels, kegs, and pails, and all articles coming under the head of wooden-ware, has been invented in the east, the substance used being; straw or vegetable pulp If all that is claimed for it is true, this invention will revolu tionize the wooden ware trade, as in addition to superior strength and beauty of finish all the articles manufactured can be produced at one-half the cost of those made of wood. Gen. llosser, chief engineer of the Northern Pacific railroad, took advantage of the thick ice on the Missouri river to lay a railroad track across, over which he trans ported the heavy materials which will be needed in the spring for the hundred miles of new roadway which the company has made ar rangments to build during the coming season. It was doubted whether the ice would bear the enormous loads, but the experi ment was perfectly successful. The f...

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. — 29 March 1879

4r fmi W 2P& 2paila QsXxiximx. -&STORIA. OREGON: 1.DY1UBAX1 Ertilor. FA.TORDAY Mahcii 20. 1870 The Black List. The New York Sun some time since published a list of ninet--six names of persons -who were in some way mixed up with the count insr of the electoral votes in the State of South Carolina, Florida and Louisiana, and who now hold official positions. The aggregate of salaries paid to them is 250,115 a year. Some of these persons, how ever, cannot possibly be suspected of having performed any service with a view to reward. Secretary Ivarts, for instance, who is includ ed because he was republican counsel before the electoral com mission, would hardly consider his $S,000 office as a- bribe, since its acceptance compelled him to give up a law practice worth $50,000 a year. Leaving out Mr. Seward's name, and one or two others, the black list is quite long enough. It includes almost every person known as contributing to the re sults as declared, many of whom are so insignifi...

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. — 29 March 1879

J gJx gftiljj gvSl0iElL ASTORIA OREGON ISSUED EVERY MORNING, (Monday Excepted), I. C. IRELAND : : PUBLISHER. Adoriati Bnildittg, Cans Street. Tonns of Subscription : bcrvctl by Carrier, per week ..25 Conte 1?cut by mail, four months - S3 00 Sent by mail, cno your 9 00, Free of Postnso to Subscribers. tsr Advertisements inserted by the year at the rate cf 51 50 nor square per month. Transient advertisin,-, by the day or weak, fifty cents per square for each incurtion. THE CITY. Tnii. Daily astoiuax wff he scut hy mail aiT cent a month, freenf postage. Head vr who contemplate absence from the citu ran have Tub Astoiuax follow them. Daily ttr Wbkkia edit ions In njij; pod-office icith vat additional expense. Addresses may he cnanuvd an often, an desired. Leave ardors at counting room. jKegular Auction Sale To-Day at Hoi dcs Auction Ruomv. At two o'clock v. m. this day, I "will sell to the lushest bidder without re serve: Three boxes, 7.1 lbs each, smoked wlmon. to elo-e consignment; 1 ...

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. — 29 March 1879

CMJ W& iJ SteJmj. MISCELLANEOUS. STEAMSHIP LINES. For Tillamook Direct. For Port Townsend, Victoria, Nan- aimo, Fort Wrangle and Sitka. Carrying:. S. 3IaII. ASTORIA OREGON " TIDE TABLE FOR ASTORIA. From tables of United States Coast Survey. High Water. Low Water. Date. A.M. P.M. . M. p. M. 27 2 44 4 (XXI 10 07 0 20 2S 3 17 .. 4 51 1 ..10 47 9 54 Z) 3 39 Tf 4."), 11 32 ..10 49 3& - 4 5.S U 47! 0 26 ..ll 50 31 - 5,59 7 48! 1 2i 1 - 7 11 8 53! .... 1 0 2 31 2 8 18 .... 9 54! 2 22 3 .'13 3 -. 9 27 10 531 3 35 4 32 4 10 35 ..11 49! 4 4i , 5 26 5. 11 30 J 5 50 6 12 PORT OF ASTORIA. CLEARANCES AND DEPARTURES. C LEAKED. Centennial, ship, 12S7 tons, Bearwr, Queenstown. M&'ch 18. Allegiance. Br. eh". 1160 tons, James, Liverpool. March 11. RAILED. Seo "W. Elder 1709 tons BoIcb. S. F March 23 Great Republic ss. 2S00 tons. Carroll S F. March 21 Oregon, ss. 2250 tons, Connor. S F March '20 Prince Atnadeo Br sh 1(31 tons, Linskill. Queens. town. March 18 Idaho, str. 1077 tons. Alexande...

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. — 30 March 1879

J ? . Vol. vin. Astoria, Oregon, Sunday Morning, March 30, 1879. JTo. 75. 1.'L'.IT----I l.LtJ"."fl.-.-.Ty IIPPll fl TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. Pacific Coa.si Dispatches. Thursday- night fire was dis covered in Jackson's theatre, San "Bernandino. It was found that the stage, side scenes, and a portion of the main floor were sprinkled over with coal oil. A pile of rags Haturated with oil, was found, m one of the dressing rooms and un der the stage. The fire was ex tinguished before any serious dam age was done. British Columbia feels that she is being trifled with 03- the Dominion government in the mat ter of the Pacific railway. Seces sion is freely talked of in conse quence. The representatives of British Columbia at Ottawa in their appeal to the government in sists on knowing immediately what is to be done. They demand that work shall be commenced in Brit ish Columbia without further de- iy- The district court at Seattle has been occupied two whole days with the famous Bell-town scan dal ca...

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. — 30 March 1879

o; r- - 4 ;fi g?Txs giatljj starim ASTOPwIA. OREGON: 8. C IRELAND Ertitor. SUNDAY March 30.1870 "Want to Switcli off. The Missouri border towns do not seem io have any great lking for the parent state. St. Louis lias for some time signified a de sire to be turned over to Illinois, and now Kansas city wants to be Teceived into the embrace of Kansas. By name and location, it is contented, Kansas city belongs to Kansas state which seems plausible enough, unless the town receives a new designation. The effort of some good peo ple in central New York to rid that locality of the plague spot, the Onedia community, ought to be successful. For over a quarter j of a Rfmfiirv tliH. institution hns ! cursed by its presence the commu nities about it, and its blasting effects upon good morals are con tinually appearing. It is to New York state what Utah is to the nation, and the great common wealth should unite most lieartily in the effort to rid itself of such a damning institution. The move men...

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. — 30 March 1879

H,JST 4 p V gpte gnxnj Qs&axxmx, ASTORIA OREGON ISSUED EVERY MORNING. (Monday Excepted). I. C. IKEI,AXI : : PUBLISHER. Asturian Building, Cass Strcvi. Terms of Subscription : feerrcd by Carrier, nor wcok...............25 Cents Sont by mail, fuureiionths .. 5S 00 Sent by mail, cno year . 9 00 Froo of Poeiaco to Subscribers. 3 Advcrtic:ucntB inserted by the year at lhe rate of Si 30 per square per month. Transient advortiinc, by the day or week, fifty cents per square for each insertion. THE CITY. The Daily astokian Kill he coil hy mail at ,Z cents a month, free of postage. Tlemi- orx who contemplate absence from the cifti can have Tmc Astokiax follow them. Daily or Wki:kly alititms to any posl-ojficc with out additional expense. Addresses man he cnanyvd ax off''' as desired. Leave orders at the countinn mum. BRIEF AXXOUXCEM.EXT. Road the new advertise, pent of the "Sun Francisco store in nnoiher column. Mr. Danz'ger will he Annul at his old 'Stand with a full slock. The Pastor of...

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. — 30 March 1879

00 i 1? $ gails Qs&zxxuvu ASTORIA OREGON TIDE TABLE FOR ASTORIA. From tables of United States Const Survey. High Water. Low Water. Dito. A.M. P. M. . M. P. V. . 2 44 4 001... . 3 17 4 51... . 3 HU 45,... . 4 Tr? .. 471... a SO 7 4S... . 7 11 8 KM... . 8 IS fl 511... . !) 27 10 53... .10 35 -11 4l... .11 wl .. .10 07 .10 47..... .11 32 . 0 2C... .... 0 20 .... 1) 54 ....10 4 ....11 56 .... 1 25 .... 2 31 .... 3 S3 4 32 .... 5 2G ..- 12 2v 20.. .10.. 31.. L. 1 0-:.... 2 22.... 3 35".".' 4 41.... 5 50 PORT OF ASTORIA. CLEARANCES A SI) DEPARTURES. ri-KAitBn. Centennial, ship. 12SI tons, Bearse, Queenstown. Match 28. Alliance. Br. eh. 116 tots. James, Liverpool. .Marob U. SAILED. Goo W. Elder 1709 tons Boles. S. K March 2s Great Repnblic ss. 3800 tons. Carroll S F. March 21 Oregon, ss. 2250 tons. Connor. S F March 20 Prince Ainadco Br hh HCtl tons, Linskill. Queens town, March 18 Idaho, str. 1077 tons. Alexander. S F. March 16 Itascue. sch. Mastors. northern cruise, fishing, March 12...

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. — 1 April 1879

03 sstf $ Astoria, Oregon, Tuesday Morning, April 1, 1879. No. 76. Yol. vih. WHOLESALE TRADE. TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. MISCELLANEOUS. MISCELLANEOUS. IaciJic C oa.st DNniitelics. A. Roman & Co.. publ'shes and booksellers, have made an as signment to their creditors. A statement of fieir afia:rs not et made pablic. Jo".L.Kmi?& Co.. stockbrokers have fa'led. They scs:gn 13 a cause, having too much Sierra Ne vada and "Union stock when the break occurred. There was a scene in the city criminal court at San Francisco on Saturday, duing the trial of Dr. Y. F. Smkh adultery case. Xeilson a prominent wit ness, stated that Mrs. Tom Fitch had been tryng to saborn the jury. Tom Fitch cried eut: "That's a lie." G-,o. W. Tyler, attorney for ihe prosecution, re plied: "I can prove it." Fitch called him another Ha, and after exchanging pet names for a few 7iiomcnts theilve -tongued orator broke a cane ovc Tj'ler's head. Tyler closed on his antagonist, throttled h'm and won first fall, -when the fi...

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. — 1 April 1879

tJ Jgftfc 3teil sfrsxizm ASTORIA. OREGON: . Xk IRELAND Editor. TUESDAY Apjiil 1, 1879 ' Dom Pedro of Brazil has given an eight-ton stone to the "Wash ington monument; but the prin cipal trouble with that structure just now is that it has been sinking under the weight it already has. The gift of Dom Pedro may, how--ever, be useful some years hence, unless in the mean time we should swap the monument for England's Egyptian obelisk. Our Washington Letter. Washington, March 21. "Abroad to see wonders, the traveller goes, and neglects the fine things which lie under his nose" so said Pliny, so 'say we of this day. A prolonged residence in this lovely 'city of mag nificent distances," remind one con tinually of how much there is of interest and beauty to meet and search into. On the face of the round earth is there a city to surpass, aye equal Washington In beauty, cleanliness, (one of beauties chief attributes by the way) -broad streets, with its charming parks, so carefully kept, yet so...

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. — 1 April 1879

",'' w tx& BnilQ Qstxtxtem. ASTORIA OREGON ISSUED EVERY MORNING, Monday Excepted), D. C. IKEIiAXD : : PUBLISHER. Jtlarian Jjirihiing, Cass Street. Terms of Subscription : fccrrod by Carrier, por woek... ..2 G'Gnts Eent by mail, four months ..S8 00 8eafc by mail, one. year ... 9 00 Froo of !'o?iase t3 Subscribers. GW Advertisements inserted by tho yucr at tsie rate of SI .10 por square per month. Tr:iniout advortisins, by tho day or week, -fty cents por-accarc for oach insertion. THE CITY. The Daily Astorian tchl he tent by vuiil at 7."r;jt!.s a month . free of pontage. Rcaa t,rji wlto contemplate absence from the city can hare Titk A-stoij'ax follow them Daily vr Wekkia 'alithms to amy post-office wit'n cvl additional rrj tense, jlddr&ws may he wianycd as often as desired. Leave orders at live conntizt oom. BIIIKF AXXOVXCEZTEXT. Get your baskets filled for a little money aX I5aiicy". Five thousand yards Embroideries from r cents upwards, at Hamburger's. l'iy your domestic go...

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. — 1 April 1879

W & gaxjfaj &si$xim ASTORIA- OREGON TIDE TABLE FOR ASTORIA. From tables of United States Coast Survev. High Water. Loir Water. Dito. A.M. i. v. v. M. p. M. 27 2 44 4 (MM 10 07 fl 30 23 - 3 17 .. 4 iil 10 17 J) ft 2!) 3 M 5 11 32 10 40 30 4 oS .. 0 471 0 JG 11 56 3i 5 m 7 4s: i 2; J 7 11 8 KM 1 0 2 .HI 2 8 18 5) ,111 2 25 3 33 3 27 10 S3 3 3T 4 3 4 10 35 -11 491 4 45 5 2fi 5 -11 3tf 1 5 50 .. (i 12 PORT OF ASTORIA. CLEARANCES A8D D E PART V RES. ri-HAKKn. ndy Stephens, sch. 741 tons, Hoadorson, fisbing cruise, March l. Centennial, ship, 12S7 tons, Boarse. Queonstown. .March 18. Allegiance. Br. sh. 1189 tons, James, Liverpool. March 11. SATLTCn. Melancthon. bkt. 29S tons Maoson S F March 31 Jane A. alkinhurg, bkt 300 tons. Hubbard. liom lulu, March 31 California, str. R7-: tons. Thorn, Sitka March 39 Geo "W. Elder 179 tons Boles. S. K March 2s ARRIVALS FROM SKA. Oregon, ss. 22fi0 tons, Connor. S F March CI Great Republic ss. 3800 tons. Carroll S F. March Dl Rival, bk 290 tons....

Publication Title: Daily Astorian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 2 April 1879

OJ t Vol. vni. Astoria, Oregon, Wednesday Mforning, April 2, 1879. No. 77. OBDC3E TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. BANKING AND INSURANCE. WHOLESALE TRADE. MISCELLANEOUS. MISCELLANEOUS. anag JrJUAJrJll'l'lr Foreisrii ens. A committee has been appoint ed to inquire the cause of the deaths of 200 of 500 inmates of the Charkoff central prison within fonr months. Tn the house of commons Sir Stafford 23brthcote, chancellor of the exchequer, said that negotia tions with Afghanistan had not been completed and he was unable to communicate details. He had no information that an advance on Cabul had been ordered. A St. Petersburg special says: "Forty-five persons were arrested the night after the attempt on the life of Gcn.Von Dreutelin, chief of the gens d'armes. Some were of such high rank that they were not sent to the common prison. They include officers of the guard, court chamb erlains and two daughters of a prominent minister. Eastern States. Efforts are making east among the friends of Don Cameron to...

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. — 2 April 1879

I jffife glrs inXt .&Xxfxxm, ASORTAOREGON: D. C. IRELAXi) : ;...Eeitor. "WEDNESDAY v. Ar JM1- 2, 1879 The Harbor of Refuse. Considerable comment has re sulted from :the Portland Board of Trade petftibning that the pro posed harbor of refuge be at Port Orford. AVe believe that the members were inconsiderate in doing as they did, and hope they will reconsider their action. It is to Portland's interest, as much as Tto the interest of Astoria in fact, it is to the interest of all Oregon, that the harbor of refuge should :be at the iroutli of the Columbia. But, should the mouth of the Co lumbia not be considered a suita ble place by the Board of Engin eers, then we should prefer Cape Foulweather, where theost would j be the least and commerce be more benefited than at any other point, excepting at the mouth of this! 'river, which drains a larger section of tillable soil than any other river which empties "ftito the Pkciiic ocean. The clause making this appro priation in the river and...

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. — 2 April 1879

(3J glis gwiitj stxaiteix. ASTORIA OREGON ISSUED EVERY MORNING, Monday E-towKodl. . CSRELAXD : : IZJBJ,I.S2kEK. JLUvrian Building, Cumt fitrcci. Terms of Subscription : hatred by Carrier, ior vok -5 Coat. fiont by mail, four months . "5. 09 Sunt by mail, cite yoar - 'J 0W Free of Punase to Hubsecibers. &rS Advcrtiomont? inserted by the your at (fce-rate of 51 .7) ier fqmtre per month. Trim? ion I advertising, by the day or week, fifty cent nor square for ouch insertion. THE CITY. Tlin DAU.Y AI'OUTAN wi'i itc mt by mo il at 73 cent n month, free of parage, lieaa rw wiia rovtcmvhilc alwcncc front the cHy can hare Tmf. Astokhn follow Hum. Daii.v or Wkkki.y euUiona to any jto-t-ojlicc wit h rjut aadiiionai rciteune. Addrcci may he cuattyed a often as uAtircd. Iauxvc orders a I the cuuutiiw room. Cnnnrv.vitti'11 Tatce XoJicc. .). T. Iorcher, will guarantee lo put up Salmon Spawn in a manner thai will imy. ifanv eannervman on the Colum bia r've will eneomaj'e the entenirise Ly nivinir...

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. — 2 April 1879

w -- w &e toitaj gsl0Jix. ASTOKIA OREGON TIDE TABLE FOR ASTORIA. from tables of United States Coat Survey. High Wator. Low Water. D ito. A. M. p. m. I K. M. p. . 27 2 44 4 (WI 10 07 !l 20 2 3 17. ....... 4 51J 10 47 I) 54 29 3 39 3 45, 11 32 10 49 80 4 5 - 0 47I 0 2G 11 oG 31 5 59 7 48! 1 2 5 1 7 11 8 531 1 0 2 31 2 8 IR J) all 2 22 3 33 3 9 27 10 5"5 3 35 4 32 4 ,10 35 ..11 491 4 4" 5 2C, 1 5 11 3ti 1 5 50 G 12 PORT OF ASTORIA. CLEARANCES A SD DEPARTURES. CI.EVltED. J5 nily Stephens sch. 7i tons. Henderson, fishing cruise. March SI. Centennial. 6hip, 12S7 tons, Bearse, Queenstown. March 18. Allegiance. Br. sh. 1180 tons, James, Liverpool. March 11. SAILED. Melancthon. bkt- 29S tons Manson S F March 31 Jane A. Falfcinliurjj. bkt. 300 tons, Hubbard. Hono lulu, March 31 California, sir. 67-5 tons. Thorn. Sitka March 30 Geo W. Elder 179 tons Boles. S. V March 2s ARRIVALS FROM SEA. Oregon. s. 2250 tons. Connor. S F March 31 Great Republic as. 3SO0 tons. Carroll S F. March 31 Rival, ...

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