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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 1 May 1876

T r v; .-'-r-tfr w" frwv .V53 tnt'-WS''P -.- -jm mmii VOL. 1. ASTORIA. OREGON, MONDAY EVENING, MAY 1, 1876. -NO. 1. v" ?-- - -. -v - te ) 3ta tartan. , Uz iixilxj gusisriam ISSUED EVERY EVENING, (Sundays Escorted), D. C. IRELAND, : :' ITIM-ISIIER. Monitor Building, Cass Street. Terms of Subscriptien: Served by Carrier, per week 25 Cents Sent by mail, three months S2 50 Sent by mail six months 4 00 Sent by mail one year. 7 00 Proe of Postage to the Subscribers. BS Advertisements inserted by the year at the rate of SI 00 per square per month. Transient advertising, by the day or weok, fifty cents per square first insertion. CITY. INTELLIGENCE. Work "was begun at R. D. Hume's Bay View Cannery to-day, preparato to more active operations next week. W. B. Headington will commence work to-day at Fort Canby on a recent contract for the construction of a new building for officers' quarters at that post. A branch of the Astoria post office has been opened at Dement's drug store. Tliis will 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. — 1 May 1876

it w UJ.gHJfe JWJJftHgl'JLUJWJ WBW u $x& S&iXjj Qs8ximx. -41 ASTOKIA, OREGON : I. C. IBEIAKD EDITOR MONDAY .May 1, 1876. THE DAILY ASTORIAN. Corresponding ivith previous .an nouncement ive this evening present our readers ivith the first edition of The Daily Astohiax. This step ahead has not been taken with out some misgivings but we have carefully counted the . cost, and have based our action chiefly upen the pre vious liberal support which has been extended to The Weekly Astoklav, making it a success in every way for more than two years past. Very many of our patrons, having the interest of Astoria at heart, and desiring to see us establish a daily newspaper here to foster that interest, have at last given us what we consider " assurance double sure," that a daily may be published in Astoria success fully, hence we are willing to test the matter by practical experiment. We shall put forth every exertion possible on our part, to make it a successful venture, but as we are n...

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 May 1876

t PI J l&e Sails sbmisia. MONDAY Mat 1, 187G. Temple Lodge, No. 7, A. F. A. M. "Regular Communications first and third Saturdays in each month, at 7.:J0 oVlnnlr. i v.. nt. tlifi I hill in AsJnrin. & Member? of the Order, in good standing, are jxxa 1 "T 1 i nr XI lnvueu to aiicnu. xy oruei 01 mo w . iu. Beaver Lodge, 4So. 35, L O. O. F. Meet every Thursday evening. -ssrrs. at 8 o'clock, in the Odd Fcllow'ssPjg Hall, cor. of Cass and Chenamus SrjTr streets, Astoria. Members of the T Order are invited to attend. By order, I. G, Astoria Lodge No. 40, L O. G. T. "Regular Meeting every Saturday Evening nt8 o'clock, at Good Templar's Hall, Chena mus Street, Astoria, over C. L. Parker's More. Members of the Order, in good stand ing, are invited to attend. Decree meeting 1st Monday each morth. By order W. C.T. Youngs River Grange, P. of H. Meets on the fourth Sat urday of each month at 7 1 fJnlruAr . r Piitrnns in irnort standinsr are invited to attend. by order of M. Common Council....

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 May 1876

-? ''C3Kv-455f: w WJ Pfcc gaits stosim- MONDAY Mat 1, 187G. ALASKA. The Seal Fisheries at tke Islands of St..Paml and St. George. Habits f tlie Seal Methods or Cap tureProcess or Preserving1 the Skins Population of tbe Islands Con dition of the Natives. The Congressional inquiry relative to the contract between the Government and the Alaska Commercial Company of San Francisco, directs public thought to the subject of seal catching in Alaska waters, Under the -original lease, the Company weje permitted to take annually from Saint Paul 75,000 fur seals, and from fcaint George25,000. In 1874 the contract was amended giving the Company the right to take 90,000 heals in Saint Paul, and limiting the number to be taken from Saint George to 10,000. The terms of the lease require the Company to establish and maintain a school on the Islands, to sell no liquor to the natives, and to pay the Gov ernment of the United States 55,000 a year for the period of twenty years. There is no doubt that t...

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. — 2 May 1876

- rrT -" Tv-"- f U,f-mxXl'l, "Vf?"'- f--j,- rxiW" - jsr ; - tn ttmn VOL: 1. ASTORIA, OREGON, TUESDAY EVENING, MAY 2, 1876. NO. 2. r-!.VLI.,JLJ- -w'U.y;VU'gJ'J!gJ!.-P;jJi.'-wr'JS3i'-J'J'1- .V.U-UMH-31'.ijailg.. Jlgjy W 1U 'iJI AJl WBBW -"fr-, tfr - ij ' Jptf Uixfoj SlxrsaaiL ISSUED EVERY EVENING, (Sundays Excepted), J. '. IKELA.WI, : : PS'SSLISHER. Monitor Building, CassSircct. Terms of Subscriptien: Served by Carrier, per week 2o Cents Sentry mail, three months $2 oO 8ent by mail six months 4 00 Sent by mail one year 7 00 Tree of Postage to the Subscribers. US" Advertisements inserted by the year at the rate of 1 00 per square per month. Transient advertising, by the day or vrcok, fifty'ecnts per square first insertion. A New Charter Needed. The regular meeting of the City Council hist evening developed the fact that a "Constitutional Conven tion" should be improvised at Asto ria as ear as possible, that the city charter be amended in many essen tial points. Work under the present i...

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 May 1876

zy 2 w glxz ml g,s$xnn ASTOPvIA, OREGON : , 4 . C. IEIiAXD EDITOR TUESDAY .31 ay 2, 1876. COMMON COUNCIL PROCEEDINGS. The regular monthly meeting of the Common Council was held at the usual hour last evening, Mayor Case presiding. A full Board of Councilmen, Messrs. H. Brown, E. Eerrell, George Elavel P. E. Eerehen, fx. Heed, andD.Jv. Warren were present. Minutes of previous meetings wrts read and approved. Petition of the Wallamet Transpor tation and Locks Company, ly the representative of the company, Mr. P. L. Cherry, was received, read and considered, asking for remission of taxes, which upon careful hearing was rejected. Petition of S. N. Arrigoni, J. M. Shively, N. Ivofoed, Rev. T. A. ELyland, and others, for the improve- ment of "West-eighth street from the "Water street roadway to Wall street, was granted. Petition of D. Iv. Warren for priv ileges of wharling to a depth of twenty two feet of water" at mean low tide, or to the established line of the water front north of lot ...

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 May 1876

??5f?'j J5 -h -' -- w JP Xg 5t0TtoMt Shipping Port of 'Astoria. A. VAST DUSEN'S MERCHANDISE. I. W. CASE MERCHANDISE. MISCELLANEOUS. TUESDAY : May 2, 187G. Temple Lodge, No. 7, A. F. A. M. Regular Communications first and fi third Saturdays in each month, at 7.30 JOC o'clock, v. m., at the Hall in Astoria. v Members of the Order, in Reed standing, are invited to attend. By ordei of the W. M. Beaver Lodge, No. 35, L O. O. P. Meet every Thursday evening. 3gi- -at S o'clock, in theUdd Fellow v5 Hall, cor. of Cass and Chcna m us ".o7 streets, Astoiia. .Members of the ' Order are invited to attend. By order, 2s . b, Astoria Lodge No. 40, L O. G. T. Regular Meeting every Saturday Evening atS o'clock. at Cood Templar's Uall, Chcna tnus Street, Astoria, over C. L. Parker s tore. Members of the Order, in good stand-in-, are invited to attend. Decree mectins : 1st Monday each month. By order . C. 1. Youngs River Grange, P. of H. Meets on the fourth Sat urdav of each month at 11 n'flnp.i- a.m. ...

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 May 1876

"-: c "3 "" .J,ff?W$t" ms-jM'g' fJ ; ?& 3ail33 BtKiximx TUESDAY 3Iat 2, 187G. Death of a Noted Writer. William H. Rhodes died in San Francisco April 14th. He attracted public attention and made a reputation by a series of communications on polit ical subjects published in the Alta over the signature of " Caxton" in 1853, and from that time has continued to contribute to the press. About twenty years ago he was the chief editorial writer of a daily journal called the True Californian, which, however, did not live long. Some of his earlier articles were' distinguished by polish of style ; those of later date have had other merits. About five years ago, he began to write scientific hoaxes, or accounts of imaginary discoveries, and in their class they rank high. One stoiy was about a chemist who had found a composition that would kindle water with an unquenchable flame, and he had determined to throw his igniter into the sea and thus start the conflag ration that would destroy our g...

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. — 3 May 1876

,- ! en ! I III I I PI f0tmn VOL. 1. ASTORIA, OREGON, WEDNESDAY EVENING, MAY 3, 1876. NO. 3. .. XJJJ,iLWJUUA.iiiLIItl1JAMIIPPIBWBPgiiLWJl.luij, in - V ' i' P"ym glte S'Ixj gstjacxaa ISSUED EVERY EVENING, (Sundays Excepted), :.RXAX, : : STBMSHE5E. Monitor Building, Cass Street. s. Terms of Subscriptien: Served hy Carrier, per week 25 Cents Sent by mail, three months 2 .10 Jfent by mail six months 4 00 Sent by mail one year. 7 03 " Tree of Postage to tho Subscribers. tt35" Advertisements inserted by the year at the rate of "1 00 per square per month. Transient advertising, by the day or week, fifty cents per square fiit insertion. Information from Washington states that up to the lGth ult., Pro. Hammond lias not succeeded in bring ing a single post-trader nor Congress man "to the foot of the cross." It is stated that in the case of Cap tain Kelly, of the bark Thorndyke, the evidence elicited shows the sail ors as well as the mate, to have been pretty rough characters, addicted to cont...

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 May 1876

WF .j. r 'T ' w wttsaaamsssr. 55HSS3W v i5-ijii1'f' I -C ' j&$ ils QstxiAnu. ASTOEIA, OREGON : . C. IRELAND .EDITOR "WEDNESDAY Mat 3, 187G. Once again, and that at no very distant time, the funeral bells must ring, and the great trio of American financial giants will be only a mem ory. Astor is gone! Stewart's re mains have just been lowered into his modest vault in St. Marks Church yard ; Yanderbilt only survives a hale old veteran indeed, but surely and steadily approaching his end and when he is gone, the three great fortunes 'of this country will have passed down to another generation. In a well written editorial in the Commercial Herald, on the Chinese questien: " a word of warning," the following expression is the only apology offered for the presence of the Chinese on this Ceast: -"They are 'our principal railroad builders, and but for their cheap labor we would have to pay more for freights and fare." The Herald is of that stamp of journals that does not sfoop to play th...

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 May 1876

V : , y. - ,- jet ,7". ft v-V Its gvtilg slmiau WEDNESDAY Iay3,1S76. Temple Lodge, No. 7, A. F. A. M. "Regular Communications first and 8 third Saturdays in each month, at T.:jU jf o'clock. i. m., at the Hall in -Astoria.. V Members of the Order, in Reed standing, are envitod to attend. By ordci of the W. Al. Beaver Lodge, No. 35, L O. O. F. Meet every Thursdav evening. $$,, at 8 o'clock, in the Odd Fellow'sg? Hall, cor. of Cass and Chenanius Tr- streets, Astoria. Members of the ' Order are invited to attend. By order, A. G, Astoria Lodge No. 40, LatJ.T. "Regular Meeting every Saturday Evening at8 o'clock, at 2ood Templar's Hall, Chcnn inus Street, Astoria, over C L. Parker's Store. Members of the Order, in goodstand ing, are invited to attend. Degree meeting 1st Monday each month. By -order V. C. I. Youngs River Grange, P. of H. Meets on the fex: rth Sat urday of each month at 11 o'clock a. m. l'atrons "5 in good standing arc invited to attend. By order of V. M. Common Council. Reg...

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 May 1876

, .' ' ?- S" -: v .'v ftf Jpuc g&xls stoEiaix. "WEDNESDAY May 3, 1S7C. STEINBERGER'S CASE. Letter from the Samoan Minister -to Vashington--Fears that the British will take Possesion of the Islands. . Tlie San Prancisco Chamber of Com merce, have received the following commu nication from Prank Piatt, Minister to "Washington from the Samoan Islands : Sax Phaxcisco, April 3. 1S7G. Dear Sir : I mot respectfully request tha.1 you will lay before the Chamber of Commerce the following facts in i elation to the Samoan Islands, feeling convinced that with their endorsement our govern ment will take such mea-ures as to prevent those islands .being Liken po--e.-sion of by the British government. Thc'e islands are the central point of the Polynesian group, and are the only islands in the South Pacific that possess good and secure harbors; one at Panga Panga, on the Island of Tutulia; the other at Apia, on the Island ol Upolu. The gioup is in almost a straight line from New Zealand to San P...

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 May 1876

'f 'v en VOL. 1. ASTORIA, OREGON, THURSDAY EVENING, MAY 4, 1876. NO. 4. 3 gaiXS Asfarcfem. ISSUED EVERY EVENING, (Sundays Excepted), I. C tRELAXE, : : PUBLISHER. Monitor Building, Cass Street Terms of Subscriptien: Seired by Carrier, per week 25 Cents Sent by mail, three months S2 50 Sent by mail six months 4 00 Sent by mail one year. 7 00 Tree of Postage to the Subscribers. (S3? Advertisements inserted by the year at the rate of SI 00 per square per month. Transient advertising, by the day or week, fifty cents per square first insertion. The grass in the Congregational church yard was being cut this morning -Last evening at sunset, fifty-one fishing boats were counted without a glass, on the bay in front of Astoria from one stand point.. "What an im pressive scene it would have present ed in front of Portland on the. broad Wailamet. Last night this region of country was visited by a splendid shower buokets full of pure water fell to aid in the development of tomato plants. Cabbages...

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 May 1876

r " i? 'Aff "' rfpei HVrf, T '' eo ft sxlay si0dim ASTORIA, OREGON . C. IRELAND EDITOR THURSDAY . May 4, 1S7G. 4 Go od Suggestion. A correspondent of the Statesman proposes a remedy for illegal voting ; a remedy equally fair to both Repub licans and Democrats ; one wliich will work no inconvenience to honest men. The remedy is this : Let the Legislature pass a law re quiring every man who desires to vote to register his name m the precmct m which he expects to vote at the time he casts his vote ; let him prove to the judges of election that he lias paid his poll and road tax of previous assessment, by exhibiting a receipt for the same, unless he is exempt under statute, and in such case, let him prove the same by a certificate from the county court of the county in wliich he resides. This will, in a manner, com pel men to comply with the law and prevent fraud and rascality. I heard a man saj7- he had lived in Oregon over twenty years and yet he had never worked the roads on his own ...

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 May 1876

r"" "' t gfts &iXa3 gtsiosiaw. THURSDAY 3Iay 4, 187G. Temple Lodge, No. 7, A. P. A. M. rcgu!ar Communications mentions first and 2 each month, at 7.30 XX o Hall in -Astoria. A third Saturdays jn o'nlock. i. v.. at tho Member5 of the Order, in good standing are invited to attend. By ordei of the W . M. Beaver Lodge, No. 35, 1. O. O. F. Moot every Thursday evening. .5fft. nt S o'clock, in flie Odd Fellow's Hall, cor. of Cas and Chcnamus "-jjjc1 btreets, Asioria. Members of the ' ' Order are invited to attend. By order, -S. b, Astoria Lodge No. 40, L O. G-. T. i?Ao-ninv "rtinn- oiwv Saturday Evening at 8 o'clock, at Good Templar's Hall, Chcna mus Street, Astoiia, over C. L. 1 arkcr s ' Store. Members of the Order, in good t:tnil- j ing, urc invited to attend. J 'eirree meetinir isi Monday each month. By order . 0. 1. Youngs River Grange, P. of H. -"W Meets on the fourth urdav of each montl n o'nlciek a.m. Patrons .' in good standing are invited to attend. By order of Nr M. Common C...

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 May 1876

-ri; m gpfec teil QslQxtem. THURSDAY May 4, 1876. Pwre Havana Cigars. It is stated that not a steamer leaves New York for Havana that does not take out from 2,000 to 5,000 reams, or in some instances as high as 30,000 reams, of course brown wrapping-paper. What this paper was used for ivas for a long time a mystery; but it has recently been re vealed that it enters into the manu facture of " pure Havana cigars." It is said that when saturated in the juice of tobacco stems the straw paper makes a " filling" almost equal, if not superior, to the genuine leaf. In fact, it is sometimes impossible to detect the delicate film of paper in terlapped with leaves in the finished cigar, or neatly folding the exterior. For this purpose, we are told, it serves admirably, the paper, under combus tion, leaving no residuum other than a pure white ash. To such a refine ment of art has this business been carried that by the use of machines rolled over the sheet of paper an al xnust perfect' impressio...

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. — 5 May 1876

' '' a v , ."-" . en i3 VOL. 1. ASTORIA, OREGON, FRIDAY EVENING, MAY 5, 1S76. NO. 5. :y-' --VAi!.-'::wu:.'g'''tr.-J.;v- - TV"tviA,t-g-y.r..r.!iJi"'- 'kij.; vl-j,j.v..j' !ti"1a:g7' ?..: J ,-JLJ.UJ-tU'.'.." llt' Pt-JJg..,,'ymi'' J -u 'rg''w3', ' J-JJi1 Jl-"1 TiiJL!iVW-K3JL'"ElM':; ,iiijjmwrawwsB .gy? 4 yss ..j k. LSV1 fflRvviL m S2 v0ixrxlB, V -J. i'TIT Cj """ ISSU3D EVERY EVENING, (Sundays Excepted), ft. C. nttSLAXB. : : ITBL2SSSEK. I Monitor Building, Cass Street. terms of Subscriptien: Sarrfed by Carrier, ier vreclc 25 Cents Serti by mail, three months : 5i r0 otly maUix month? 1 00 Sent by innil oc year " 0D Free ot'i'ostttge tu the Subscribers. trir Advertisements inertcl by tho year at t tho rate of -1 M or Vii:irc ier month. Transient :ulvei iisimr, by the tiny or week, fifty cents per square iir-t insei!un. TO OUR PATRONS. Subscribers to The Weekly Asto iiiax who wish to take Tin: Daily As Nomas' instead, may have the transfer 1 made on our mailing book at airy tune, and the b...

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 May 1876

TrwfvT ??r 5 U3 ULaUL!JMJ-.M nu Sfte gailoj stasfcro. ASTORIA, OREGON : B. C. IREIiAXB .EDITOR FRIDAY .May 5, 1S7G. A VAST UNDERTAKING. The New Panama Transit Company and its ims. From the Philadelphia North American. The Panama Transit Company, the formation of -which we recently an nounced, is proving to be a substantial reality, and threatens to inaugurate a contest upon two oceans for the com mand of a world-wide traffic. Of course the point on which the whole affair turns, is the Panama Railroad. When the speculators concerned in the Union and Central Pacific Railrod monopory bought up the control of the Pacific Mail steamship Company for the pur pose of abolishing competition, they neglected to buy the Panama Railroad, fancying tljat with the withdrawal of the steamships the "railroad would be obtained when wanted at a mere song. But instead of this, the railroad w;is held firmly by shrewd men, who saw that it was really the key of the whole situation. When, at length, the mon...

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 May 1876

VFjoS mi zkE3a&?rKT'tt& - 5 -. , ,J - 1 -J W ..' v j?wnr" ": U3 jfte SiXas sbndsra. "PRIDAY 3Iay o, 1876. Drifts and Tow Heads 1876. Upper Astoria, Clatsop counts', Oregon. 1 April 1M, 1G. J At a Special meeting of the Colum "bia River Fishermens Beneficial Aid Society, the following regulations for t.liA fnvrrniiirmt cf fill nnnotrnot were adopted. That the following , -drifts and tow heads be established for the fishing season of 1S7G. First Drift. 'From "Woody Island to Brown's point. Second Drift. From Brown's Point inside of Snag Island to the 12th red buov. Third Drift. From the loth buoy to Tongue Point. Fourth Drift. From Tongue Point to a point a little west of Booth's Cannery, at a place to be designated by a Spile Or POme permanent mark. Fifth Drift. From the termilia- tion Of the 4tll drift tO Smith's Point, Sixth Drift Prom Smith's Point tO the 1 aclllC Ucean. Nsventii JLiriit. v rom tne rea ouov in the Prairie channel to Point up or down. Toil,rUe Eighth Drift....

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 May 1876

"V "- rv-Nis " .V1?? z-V&Tr .?"" - k. r. itT-i - '&,. , V .-. Pfl L3CJWL MU-JJBJiel . g&e gailaj stodsstt. FRIDAY....'. 3Ia.y 5, 1S7G. In-order to detect the 'presence of car bonate of liiiio in wnier, add lime water, which will precipitate carbonate" of lime, giving the water under test a milkj ap pearance. A man who had climed up a chosnut tree had by carele-snesj. mi-ted his hold of one of the branches, and fell to the giound with suich 'Jorcc as to bjeak hi libs. A neighbor going to his a-sistancc, icmark ed lo him that ."had he followed his m!e in these cases he would have avoided the j accident." (Vhat rule do you mean?" : said the other, indignantly. ''This said the philosopher, "never come down fiom a place faster then 3011 go up." "Experienced gamblers can stock a IMick of cards lor turnout all game-, which makes it vry haaidou lor novice, wnosc money k at -take, to play with them. A noted piou-sional gambler having disarranged by cutting the cauK a hund i od ti...

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