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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 3 April 1879

T6""f 0) .rJPJvMWI w Vol. viii. Astoria, Oregon, Thursday Morning, April 3, 1879. No. 78. TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. PaeJlic Coiit Disputck.cs. A Mormon mob have capltr cd Tooeic county, Utah. Another victim to stock gambling, A. Field, suicided in Golden Gate park onlhe night ol the 31 st. A Pors Townsend cUspptch ol the 1st says: TheBelLownbCv ida" cce, which ceated aperCect furry of excitement here, ."s qireiing down. It Wbb roc the Met'iodi t Ep:coopal church thot was drrgged into it, asm'jht have been infe .d but the Me hodist Protested.. Four members of a family named Thomomy were found killed and the bodies ho-ribly muti lated near San Jose on Monday. The mother of the family is miss injr. It is not known whether she was k'lied or escaped to the woods. There is no clue to the perpetra tor and no motive assigned for the deed. The family bad no property to excite cupidity. Foreign Icws. General MelikoSf telegraphn that he has comple ed the baling of ifccted houses in Well o L'. Grant an...

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. — 3 April 1879

co z&m g$p Hila stoefcofc ASTORIA.'OREGON: . C YRTETLAXI Editor. 'TIIUTDAY April 3. 1870 "BranrfiingO at." "Wilbur F. Story, of the Chicago Times, is munificent, besides being wealthy. Lately he enlarged the Times to mammoth proportions, the office of which is said te be the finest equipped of any newspaper establishment in the world. Now lie is building a $100,000 residence in the city of Chicago. The trees which are to be sot out in his private park are being transported from Indiana, one of which, a red maple, js described as being two feet in diameter, over sixty feet high, and with a ball of earth attached to its roots nine feet in diameter and three feet thick. There are not many newspaper proprietors in the United States who can indulge this princely style of living. "Woman's Rislits-" Some of the "sex" have pecu liar notions as to their rights. Lucy stone, the "strong minded,' is one of that number. She is the wife of H. B. Blackwell, but re fuses to wear his name. This ...

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. — 3 April 1879

(V gJx gailxj QsftBTAun. ASiORIA OREGON ISSUED EVERY MORNING, Olendaj: Excepted), . C. IREI.AXA : : PUBLISHER. Astoriaii BnUdhui, Cans Street. Twins of Subscription : fcerved by Carrier, por week ...So Cents Sent by mail, four month? &S 00 tSont by mail, one year .- D 00 Froo of Postage- to Subscribers. 3-Advertisements inserted bytfcoyoar at the rate of $1 f(J por square per month. Transient advertising, by the day or week, fifty cents per square for each insertion. THE CITY. The Daily astoki x will he sent hy mail at rvciit'(i month, frccof postage. Iicaa- who contemplate ahcncc from the city can tin re The Astokian follow them. Daily vr Weekly editions to anji pn-officc wtth y tniaitvtnal expense. Addresses may he ciiamjcd as often as desired. Leave ardors at the eounlina room. TjIHEF ANNOUNCEMENT. Parties In want of onrt Cedar "Shinjiles will do well to apply toll. C. -Coiucys, Kalaina, W. T. Your complexion is Fallow, ami skin yellow, your liver is affected, obtain from you...

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. — 3 April 1879

PU yg& ail sitacimx. ASTORIA . OREGON TIDE TABLE FOR ASTORIA. From tables of United States Coast Survey.- High Water. Low Water. D ite. A. m. p. m. . M. P. M. 27 2 44. 4 001 10 07 fl 20' 2 3 17 .. 4 511 10 47.. 9 54 29 3 39 545, 11 32 10 49 30 4 53 .. 6 471 0 2G 11 56 31 5 50 7 48! - 1 2"! J. 7 11 8 531 1 OS 2 31 3. 8 18 9 541 2 22 3 33 3: 9 27 10 53 3 35 4 32 4 10 35 -11 491 4 4" Ji 26 5 11 36 ..J 5 50 .. 0 12 PORT OF ASTORIA. CLEARANCES AND DEPARTURES. -. CLKAHED. .ST-mly Stephens sch. 70 tons-, Henderson, fishing ornise. March CI. Centennial, ship; 12S7 tons,- Bearse, Queenstown. March 18. Allegiance. Br. eh. 1160 tons, James, 'Liverpool. March 11. fiAILKD. Mel&nctbtm. bkt. 298 tons Manson S F March 21 Jane A. Falkinhurg, bkt 300 tons, Hubbard, Hono lulu, March 31 California, str. 674 tons. Thorn. Sitka March 30 eo "W. Elder 1709 tons Boles. S. Y March 2m ARRl VA LS FROM SEA. Oregon, 58. 2250 tons, Connor. S F March 31 Great Republic s. 3S00 tons. Carroll S F. March 31 Ri...

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. — 4 April 1879

T flUl'-WipHiUHUtS C Vol. viii. Astoria, Oregon, Friday MornWg, April 4, 1879. No. 79. IjT MlfclFfyg''?"" - i i i TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. Eastern Slates. Ex-Senator Mitchell intends within the next few weeks to re turn to Portland to resume the practice of his profession. A vigorous attempt during the present congress will be made to procure the passage of a bill to throw open the Jndiau territor1 for settlement. The storm of Monday was the severest felt in Long Island during the winter. Snow drifts five feet hisrh made the Long Island railroad impassable. A series of desperate robber ies are reported in Texas. The robbers are believed to be the notorious Reeves gang, from Lincoln county, New Mexico. Rangers will pursue them. Promment colored residents of St. Louis who have been active in relieving colored emigrants from the south have issued acircu lar representing the desperate condition of the sufferers and ask ing aid from the general public to supply them with the necessaries of life...

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. — 4 April 1879

r) wmmmmmmMmmmtammmmBmmmmaaKti fo& 8ilaj Qsixsxxmx ASTORIA. OREGON: ft. C. IRELAND Ertltor. .FRIDAY.. ,Ai'Kii,4, 1S79 iiisrlit House at Tillamook Head. The Chamber of Commerce has received a letter from Colonel Gil lespie, stating that it has been de termined to build the light-house on the rock in front of the head and about one mile from shore, should it be found practicable. An examination of the rock "will be made as soon as the weather per mits. The rock is probably the est point in some respects, although Sight may not be seen so far at sea. If a cable is laid to shore and made to connect with a line to Astoria, vessels may come in, with out an' danger, to a short distance of the rocks and receive tkeir or- clcrs Dy means ol signal Hags. Tliis could not be clone so well I r ,i i t ,-, i " arum tuu uuiiu, un mu snure. ' It will be remembered that on the iirst organi'aton of the Chamber of Commerce the necessities of this light were shown in a very urgent appeal to Congress....

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. — 4 April 1879

m "H'lWt wn-rjcwn glxx; ailT$ storaix, ASTOKIA .OREGON ISSUED EVERY MORNING, (jilondny Excoptod?, R. 1. CRELAXI) : : Ii:St!EKKER. A.iforum JjiiiUliitq, Oas Street. Terms of Subscription : Jsorrod by Carrier, ier woek .35 Ccnte Sunt by iuhiI. four months W 3onl by mnl. tne year $ OU Tree of l(ute t .Sbscribtrs. Advertisements inserted by Ike year at tfto rate f SI ."u K?r square jer month. Transient advertising, by the ly or week. 6flty cants er square for ouch inoriion. THE CITY. 'Thk Datkv atokiax wiil lte ,nl I :m fl at r cent muittk. ; rcc of jHHttaye. lteaa- &m PintcmiAaicahcwr, frum the ciiyn liMV THIS AKTOKIAX fi'C Mel. IAII,V m Wkjckly cdltiiR h wy intL-jkr!, trUh rmt addifuntai crpmc. jWit hmijj c citfcd x nftcn an itesired. Leave order al the smudixa wtm. j5nsler Sunday follow good Fri tlay. Umbrellas are very cHe&u in As- ifcarin now. . -- Mr, and Mrs. Thomas Goodwin. 0l dxisop were m the city yesterday. Capt. Snow brought the Isle of 3Srin from Portland yesterday ...

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. — 4 April 1879

5?iW5? - r -m. '"-J CMJ SHIPPING NOTICES, MISCELLANEOUS. ANNOUNCEMENT OF THE WHITE HOUSE. TOOK! ASTORIA OREGON Oregon Steamship Company Portland to San rrancisco. i y . TIDE TABLE TOR ASTORIA. From tables of United States Coast Survey. Low Water. High Water- Pa to. A.M. P.M. A.M. P. M. 3 SI 27 10" oil 3 35 4 32 4 10 35 ri 401 4 1". 5 26 f, U 9ti 1 5 o0 .. (i 12 r; 0 14 0-341 ff-iO G ! 7 - 0 4G .. 1 25 .... 7 44 .. 7 R 1 20 2 l"ii 8 SI 8 01 9 .. 1 37 .. 3 101 I) 10 8 4 . 10 2 33 4 07 J 10 OS 9 2fi 11 3 24 J 071 10 57 10 20 12 4 Itf. G 131 11 o5 11 24 PORT OF ASTORIA. CLEARANCES AM) DEPARTURES. CI.RVKEO. '.Emily Stephens sell. 70 tons. Ifoadcrson, .fishing cruise. March 31. Ontennial. ship. 1257 tons, Boarse, Queenstown. March 18. Allegiance. Br. fill. 11S0 tons, Jamos. Liverpool. March 11. S TLEI). Ancon. str. IfilO tons. Debnoy. S. F April 2. Melancthon. bkt. 2i)S tons Manson S F March 31 Jane A. Falkinliurg, bkt.300 tons, Hubbard. Hono lulu. March 31 California, str. irT-ltons. Tho...

Publication Title: Daily Astorian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 5 April 1879

v 0) anon. Vol. viii. Astoria, Oregon, Saturday Morning, April 5, 1879. No. 80. TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. BANKING AND INSURANCE. MISCELLANEOUS. "WHOLESALE TRADE. mSCELLANEOITS. Ki -it ru Sisis. Corjro "'oia' news s ii'm porlant pfcejjt to mea who Jore pai-iy in preference to t!jerco al , and e.vpecc to fallen, off the spo of office. The ship Niobe. wlrch sailed for Aus' rala from New York on the 2d, took nine locomotives ninety-n'ne organs, four hundred and three packdcs of clocks and a large acortment of agricultural implements, for exhibition. The citizens of Davis c'ty, Iowa, on Monday banned together .ei . ed two dospcvdoc. Tucker s iI Tarter, hung Tucke, and woald have hcrg Ti'rtc, bu he was taken -'rom the mob and jaed. A bagnio was then entered ?nd its contents destroyed. Senator Teller has reintro duced his bill for Ire payment o Ben. Holladay's claim of about half a m'llion dollars, for the lossc sustained by Indian spoliations, and a compul oiy change of route and the Ube of his p...

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. — 5 April 1879

m Htffl t S&& Sails JstoEfcro. ASTORIA. OREGON: I. C. IRELAND Ertitor. SATURDAY. Apkii, .".1879 Surprising Sentences. In the San Francisco Chronicle of March 20th we find a special letter from Portland, from which we quete: In the -whole of Western Oregon there is not one cheese factory, though here and there cheeses are made. 'Butter is almost as "much neglected, many large land and stock-owners dispense entirely with the use of but ter and even milk upon their tables. If they desire the former they send to the nearest store and buy a little, often of a very poor quality, because "farmers' wives have usually no conve niences to take proper cure of the milk used in its production. Tt is a trifle stir-priging that a journal of the standing of the 'Chronicle prints such matter as that. It is all false. In the "Wallamett vallev there are no less than ten lanre clairv farms where cheese is produced by the hundred tons annually notably, that of Mr. Henry Ankeny, in -Marion county...

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. — 5 April 1879

p) glte gaiXg Vsixra&ro. o ASTORIA . ...OEEGOX ISSUED EVERY MORNING, (.Monday Excepted!, . C. IKEEiAXl : : PUBLISHER. Adutriaai JluUding, Cans Street. Toms of Subscriptien: served by Carrier, ior tvesk .25 Cents: (Sent by mail, four months $3 Oi) Suet by mail, cne year . i) 00 free of Postage to Subscribers. rt" Advortis ements inserted by the year at the rate of SI iiU por square per month. Tranrfent lvfcrticini;, by tho day or weak, fifty cone per smiarofor each insertion. THE CITY. The Daily astovmax icifl he rent Uy irmilatizccnt.i a month, free of portage. Ucm cn who eoHtcmvhUc aluscucc from the eilu eff hare Tiik Astouiax follow them. Daily or Wbkkia -edititjitii to any posl-ttjfive irrtj wi a&iitional crcic. Ad(irc-w may le ciutmiw often an (iasir&l. Jcave wdcra at (Me citutriitw rttom. The Isle of Er:n hac gone to sen. The Ordway made the mail trips to the forts yesterday. The Cnr.lry is expected home from Shoalwator bay to-day. --The Allegiance aiul Centennial 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. — 5 April 1879

CO JSJ&e gaitaj xrcimx. ASTORIA OREGON TIDE TABLE FOR ASTORIA. From tables of United States Coast Survey. High Water. ' Low Water. Date. a. m. p. m. . m. p. i. 3 9 27 ..ia 531 3 35 4 3i 4 10 35 11 491 4 4" 5 26 fi 11 i 1 5 50 - 6 12 6 0 14 0 341 G 49 .... 6 4R 7 . 0 46 1 251 -.. 7 44 7 24 R 1 20. 2 Hi 8 33 8 01 9 .- 1 57 3 10! 9 19 8 42 10 2 39 4 07,' 10 OG .... 9 26 11 3 24 5 071 10 57 10 20 Y2 4 19. G 131 11 53 11 24 PORT OF ASTORIA. CLEARANCES A AD DEPARTURES. it CLKAUEO. Alpha, sch. 23 tons. Starr. THUraoofc. April 4 JSmily Stephens, sch. 70 tons. Henderson, fishing ornise, March 31. SAIT.KD. AUeginnoe. Br. sh. 1180 tens, James, Liverpool. April 4 Iele of Knn, Br bk, 942 tons, Edwards, Litospool April 4 Centennial, ship, 1287 tons, Bcarse, Queenstoirn. April 1 Ancon. str. 1610 ton. Debney. S. F April 2. Melancthon. bkt. 2!IS tons Manson S F March 31 Jane'A.Falkinhurg, bkt.300 tons, Hubbard. Hono lulu, March 31 California, str. 674 tons. Thorn. Sitka March 30 Geo W. Elder 170...

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. — 6 April 1879

KE Vol. VIII. Astoria, Oregon, Sunday Morning, April 6, 1879. No. 81. TELEGRAPHIC KEWS. "Washington, April 4. Clar ence King left to-day for Oregon to attend to his cattle interests there preliminary to entering upon his now duties at "Washington. New Yoiik, April 4-. A Shang hai letter of Feb. 21st states that a joint stock company of Chinese merchants is beinij formed for the manufacture of cotton cloths, and very large mill will be built at Shanghai. Tt is also proposed that another woolen factory be started tit Tien Tsin. Wool can be got for the gathering, and their fleece has not hitherto been properly utilized. London, April 4. A Vest Afri can newspapers confirm the report that two French gunboats had landed a company of soldiers on the British island of Matacong. The British authorities at Sierra Leon have sent a gunboat with a protest to the French officer conduct ing the occupation. The French claim that the island was ceded to them in 187S. The British claim possession sin...

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 April 1879

w n riffm i iii iii mi iii i nn miMi in 1 1 eeg XUMimjUOAUHimg.JKJJJJ ygixz ails sfcrciaix. ASTORIA. OREGON : . C. IKELAXD ErtUor. SUNDAY April 0. 1870 Cultivate Your Talent. One talent, well cultivated, deepened and enlarged, is worth a hundred shallow faculties. The iirst law of success this day, when to many matters are clamoring for attention, is concentration; to bend ;ill the energies to one point, look in"; neither to the right nor to the left. It has often justly been said that a great deal of the wisdom of a man in this century is shown in leaving things unknown : and a xgreat deal of his practical sense in leaving things undone. The day of universal scholars is past. ' Life is short and art is long.51 The range of human knowledge has increased so enormously that no brain can grapple with it, and j the man who would know one thing well must have the cour age to be ignorant of a thou sand things, however attract ive or inviting. As with knowl edge, so with work. The man who ...

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 April 1879

''" I - n 5 J mm ASTORIA OREGON ISSUED EVERY MORNING, (Monday Ereptod). . C. ISl&I.A3E : ZU'BI.ISIXER. AaUtrktn Jjntflinq, Cast. Sired. Terms of Subscription : fctrved bs' Carrier, per week 25 CJentf Bent by mail, four months 55 00 Seat by mail, uie yonr . 9 00 Free of !'otsi;c to Subscribirs. tVS" Advertisements rasertod by tlvyyear at t:e rate of Si o'J per square per montih. Transient advertising, hy the day or vrcok, fifty cenrs per soimrc for each insertion. THE CITY. The Daily astokian will he sent by imtil at " cent a movHi. free of postage. Jtcaa--?! who contemplate ah-CTKf from the city, can nave The Astokian fnlbw them, Daily or Wbkkt.Y rdilionx to any to-ojficc wfth vt, atuiil tonal critcmr. Adarassw may he cnaiijji'a as often as 6cri,refL Leave tirdcrs at t.'if ctiuntimi room. BRIEF sLNXOlTXCEMEXT. The puli it on he Congregational church of tiiis ciiy will be occupied tliis suornintr and ccnin?, as usual, by the pastor. J. .S. "Wolfe. Morning; Mihjert: Thc multitude ...

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 April 1879

W r; ,:'.,! V.I L -' .1 ; L- -i" -r.T. W STEAMSHIP LIKES. MISGELLANOUS. IS" . - ANNOUNCEMENT OF THE WHITE HOI'SE. ASTORIA OREGON TIDE TABLE FOR ASTORIA. From tables of United States Coast Survey. Low Water. Ilich Water. Date . M. . M. R 4 A. ii. !'. M. . 11 S7 10 S3 1 3 35 4 : .10 35 -11 -AH 4 ! 5 2fi n 11 5 SO .. 0 13 r, .. o 14 0 ?A 4 4K 7 0 4G .. 1 2-V 7 41 .. 7 '21 K i 0 2 1" S S 01 J) 1 S7..- :. I'M 11' 42 10 2 39 4 07! 10 01 ! 3 11 3 24 S 7! 10 37 10 20 12 4 10 C 131 11 SI 11 24 PORT OF ASTORIA. CLEARANCES AS J) DEPARTURES. SAILED. JInrly Stephen?- sch. 70 tons. Ifesdersen, &&: crui&e, April .) Alpha, sch. 23 tone. Starr. Tillamook. April S AUepiance. 15 r. tli. 1IS tons, Jamw, Liven!. April A lnt of Una, Kr bk, 5)42 tone, Edwards, Liverpool April 4 Oentenni.iI, fillip, 12?7 tons, Besrsc, Queonstewn. April "2 Ancon, str. 1610 tons. Dobnoy. S. F April 1. Melancthon. bkt. 2HS tons Ma awn S F March 31 Jane A. Fnlkmburg, bkt-3(K) tons, Hubbard, Hono lulu, March 31 Cali...

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. — 8 April 1879

"twh J 01 Astoria, Oregon, Tuesday Morning April 8, 1879. Vol. viii. Bo. 82. TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. Eastern States. The Cameron-Oliver suit has ended. Major Fitz John Porter has been restored to his position. A fire destroyed $220,000 worth of property in Philadelphia, Sunday morning. The army appropriation bill has passed the house; yeas 148, nays 122. The greenback vote was ten yeas and two nays. The passage was applauded on the democratic side. -Indians, who are believed be Sioux and Grosventres to from the north, are raiding the Yellowstone valley. They have run all the whites in the vicinity of Terry's landing,on the Yellowstone, into military posts, and have cap tured all the horses and cattle. The problem of Chinese im migration will not be solved until the American minister returns to China. The Chinese legation is not empowered to arrange any modilidation of the Burlingame treaty looking towards the restric tion of Chinese immigration. All that the legation can do is to rep rese...

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. — 8 April 1879

m gfte gaaitj &sxixmx ASTORIA. OREGON: I. C. BREI,A3T.. .Editor, TUESDAY Apkii. 8. 1879 , 1 Tlie Jlurbor of Refuse. " Shipowner," in the Oregonian o the 5th instant, makes such a careless review of the reports and arguments concerning the harbor of refuge on this coast as to lead io false impressions, concerning Port Oribrd and the Columbia river. The 1S7G report, made by "five of the ablest engineers of the Uni ted States," was addressed io Gen eral Humphreys, on the 14th clay of February, 1877, and was made pursuant to a resolution of the House of Representatives, u asking for an examination of the harbors of Mendocino, Humboldt bay, Trinidad and Crescent City, in the Slate of California, with a view of establishing a breakwater and harbor of refuge, with esti mate of probable cost." Thus it is seen that they were ;iot called upon to examine, esti mate and report upon the Colum bia river. They, however, did ex amine all the "open sea harbors between San Francisco and the strai...

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. — 8 April 1879

C3J racnssas ASTOItIA OREC.OX ISSUED EVERY MORNING, Mondny Lxcoirtodi. Attnan Buudhuj, (Trans Srcc'. Terms of Subscription : Carved by Carrier, ier wook 25 Cont. Sontby mail. iMr months 53 08 Sunt lr mail, ca yenr . W Freo of 1'ostnee to Sitb?cr"foors. 3r Advertisements mswljed by thyoar at the rate of $1 ."'. ir square ier month. Transient advertisinc, by the day or wock, fifty cents ijr square for each in.orlion. THE CITY. The Da iky astokian' "" Itc veni ity vwil el 75 o-ntx a tiwnth. free tf inxtagc. Ueaa h vjIh nm'ftnt hite ahttcner fnwi the eiitf atn Uave Thk Aktokian fnibtw them. Dati,v r W'K'AKiA' nWitws tmmu iit-jjhcc witli mi (UuiHionai rpciti". sUUurt&ot Wfly he cc(Kfxf ox often w ue-arc?'. Leave oroova at the cntMtiwi rtnuu. Cant. Flavel retnrned t the city on Sunday by the steamship Oregon. Weils. Fargo & Co.'s reduced iarifl" Hist was ivceived at the Astoria office by 1ho Idaho. Seal arc. very destructive this spring. 4n the fish caught in the harbor and bay at...

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. — 8 April 1879

CHJ 3$pe &Xjj Q&$X&VL STEAMSHIP LINES. MISCELLANEOUS. ANNOUNCEMENT OF THE WHITE HOUSE. PACIFIC COAST S.S.C0. ASTORIA OREGON TIDE TABLE EOR ASTORIA, from tables of United States Coast Survey. High Water. Date, a. M. r. m. Low Water. K. M. P. M. 3 i) 27 10 531 :? 35 4 32 4 10 .fi -11 401 4 15 5 2fi r, u :jo i 5 so o vz G 0 14 0 341 0 tit fi 4S 7 0 4fi - 1 25! 7 44 - 7 24 8 1 20. 2 151 8 Jtt 8 01 9 1 57 3 10! 9 10 8 42 10 2 .TO 1 07! 10 00 20 ?1 5 24 5 07! 10 57 10 20 12 4 U 0 131 11 5'J 11 24 Portland to San Francisco. REDUCED RATES. Curry ins the U. .S- Mails and Wells, JTarro V Cos Express. PORT OF ASTORIA. CLEARANCES A XI) DEPARTURES. CLEAKKO. Sea Waif. hrig, 273 tons, J. E. Denny, Master, S F. April 7 RAILED. Great Republic ss. 3S00 tons. Carroll S F. April 7 Orecon. ss. 2250 tons, Connor, S F April G Emily Stephens, sch. 70 tons. Henderson, fishing cruise, April 5 Alpha, sch. 28 tons, Starr, Tillamook. April 5 Allegiance. Br. eh. 1180 tons, James, Liverpool. April 4 I...

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