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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-weekly astorian. — 1 July 1873

to W ; gf. : -. - r-I -ir,-"Tr'-i7t . s -" ,iu " " TBI-WEEKL mm no, juij i, mi Yol. 1. Y ASTUKIM , j i .ammimmmmammmmmimmmmmmmmaammmmmmmmmammmmmBaimmmm w THE ASTORIAU. TUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY, THURSDAY AND SATURDAY, Monitor Building, Astoria, Oregon. B. C IRELAND proprietor The Schools of Astoria. Tho Public School of Astoria closed Friday June 6th. Tho attendance during tho year averaged moro than one hundred. Wo aro not informed in rogard tcr tho primary and intermediate departments of the school, hut subjoin tho names of those who did honor to Subscription Itatcs: .$5 00 themselves and the school at tho oxamina-ana r wis piupro - rt- - themselves hu thoutrhout the Wullam yalley to 11UU. I . . -.-. 1,w,w ,,;,, fi-iTida- hnt ns near as woruuu ivniu lttU vy . , Ono Copy one yoar... "o on Ono Copy six months - X Ono Copy three montha..........-....- - " S-Single Number, Ten Cents. -52i Advertising Bates: Ono Insertion per square, 10 lines or loss.$2 50 Each additional insertion, per ...

Publication Title: Tri-Weekly Astorian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-weekly astorian. — 1 July 1873

CzJ J ,.T.A'i'rfkTntfT',Tfi:vvrx7.-i-'-B--r I ' " imlp wh, w a Ad EEraraa-Dig Pour yearslago we published atf valedictory tb. Se THE AS3?0EIAB .r - r. P xr AOEr:GOcliJ M G15tfiop county?comprises areafef " newspaper publi of Oregon. On - ; '?i. anonr, nwfi vp. minarfin sfinnrnimiroo .tuuae ciosmer senTfirrppsttu'nc: .?.a.57U TUESDAY ...:...r..rjY7ISiffiree?'quaTefs of-miilioSacres;- ' the necessftyffor i&tmgJrclLt. -Vith.iifly-milcs-o. .. close intimacy existing between us then John isrritoBrcToitY. XOrdayi, begins the existence of a icerWAstSrialmancustoin makes it necessary that a few words be said byway oy dfftroduction to the 5ubli.c;'and some statement of the course it .is to pur-sue. i. The entire State of Oregon should feel' im 'interest un-the establishment of a paper at Astoria and with few exceptions such is supposed to be the cis& Astoria is the sea-portof Ore gon less than one hundred miles of railway, for tbe construction of which the general government of theTT...

Publication Title: Tri-Weekly Astorian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-weekly astorian. — 1 July 1873

Ql , . - ..a. .1 iw i niiiirniw i hi 11 iViMm 1 1 1 if !! i i itonwiM umitiTnw m m-mmt imvmwn-mmmnMMwmmmmmmmwmmmmmmmm mm i THE ASTORIA TUESDAY July 1,1S73 COlLtiEnClAJL STATISTICS. Report on the Harbor and Shipping of the port of Astoria-Faet Im- , portant to the Bicblie. At a meetingof the Astoria Cham ber of Commerce, held in May last, a committee "was appointed to pre pare statistics of the harbor and ship ping of the port of Astoria, for use at the Farmer's Convention. Following is the report in full. Your committee to Avhom was referred the matter of harbor, and shipping intelli gence, beg leave to offer the follewing: The water front of Aitoria, varying from a quarter of a mile to a mile in width afFordb over six miles of secuie anchorage for the largest clawed vessels, in from six to twelve fathoms of water. No storms have yet visited the harbor .that effected any damage to hippjng riding at anchor in the bay, or Vying at the wharf. Should the demands of commerce re quire, ab...

Publication Title: Tri-Weekly Astorian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-weekly astorian. — 1 July 1873

C4J TrM astobian. TUESDAY,..- Jr 1, 1873 SCHOOL C03CPOSITIOXS. TROUBLES F AX ASTORIA-'SCHOOL GIRL. The following stanza, written by a Miss of fourteen, a pupil attending the Public School and resident of Astoria, shows thought that 13 worthy of encouragement Ed. 0, come friends now, and listen to my lay. For I'm in a very bad position The truth is but this (if tell it I may;) I have got to write a composition. "What to write about; or how to begin; I am very sure I cannot now tell. And I am afraid (if it's not a sin) That I don't want to write it very well! Last Friday the teacher's anger aro3o And he thought he would punish us neat; So up he got, and scratching at his nose Said: " You must hand in essays next week 1 A chill came o'er me, even at the thought That I'd have to do such a dreadful thing: For I would sooner have gone out and fought Than come under the shado of such wing. But I must try so it is of no use For mo to sit and be sorrowing hero; And so I guess I will go and p...

Publication Title: Tri-Weekly Astorian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-weekly Astorian. — 3 July 1873

CO .. .Xji .'. Yol.4. ASTORIA, Wm JULY'3, M ' I Jo. 2, 1 II; l!: !! "I U i 1. I J 1 -!. t. L 1 I 1 I r; I il 1 t - . THE ASTORIAN. PUBLISHED KVEUY TUESDAY, THURSDAY A1STD SATURDAY, Monitor Building, Astoria, Oregon. I. C. IKEIr-lXD Proprietor Subscription Kates: One Copy one year. - $5 00 One Copy iix months 3 00 One Copy three month" 1 oO &r Sinslo Numbor, Ten Cents. t5W Advertising? Rates: One Insertion per square, 10 lines or lcss...$2 50 Each additional Insertion, per square 2 00 Yearly adv;ts per mouth, per square 1 50 Agents : L. P. Pishek, 20 and 21 New Merchants Ex change, is authorized to act as Agent for the i.STOi:iv in can xi;uii;i?uu. Any friend who feel5; an inteiest in the pros perity of this region, is authorized to act as Agent for this paper, in procuring subscribers. CITY INTELLIGENCE. Arrived. The brig Orient, from this port for San Francisco reached the latter port on the 30th. "Will Celebrate. The people of Clatsop Plains will celebrate the national anniver...

Publication Title: Tri-Weekly Astorian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-weekly Astorian. — 3 July 1873

CZ3 THE ASTORIAN, ASTORIA, OEEGOlfc 3D. C. IRELAND JEdior. THURSDAY .'. Sttcy 3, 1873 COMMERCE AND TRADE. During the month of June 1S73, there were 15 arrivals of sea going craft at this port, and 12 departures, of this number. five were steamships arriving, and six were steamships departing, From Hong Kong we have two arrivals, the Garibaldi and Forward, and one departure the Pu ritian. The Steamship California has made the quickest trip on record dur ing the period under reveiw, having left Sitka on the evening of the 12 th, and reached her berth here on the evening of the 18th. She experienc ed one of the severest storms on the passage that was ever known, having been prevented from using her en gines during the prevalence of the gale, and was compelled to simply work to keep offshore in the vicinity of the Wright disaster. The ship Hermine arrived here on the evening of the 27th from Liver pool, consigned to Janion and Rhode's Portland. She brought a very large and valuable carg...

Publication Title: Tri-Weekly Astorian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-weekly Astorian. — 3 July 1873

V1 3& THEASTORIAN. THURSDAY July 3t 1873 COMMERCIAL STATISTICS. Report on tlie Harbor and Shipping of the port of Astoria Facts Im portant to Vic Public. At a meeting of the Astoria Cham ber of Commerce, held in May last, a committee was appointed to pre pare statistics of the harbor and ship ping of the port of Astoria, for use at the Farmer's Convention. Following is the report in full. Your committee to whom was referred the matter of harbor, and stripping intelli gence, beg leave to offer the follewing: The water front of Astoria, varying from a quarter of a mile to a mile in width afford over tix miless of becure anehorage for the largest clawed vested, in from tix to twelve fathoms of water. No storms have yet visited the harbor that effected any -damage to shipping riding at anchor in the bay, or lying at the wharf. Should the demands of commerce re quire, about live consecutive miles of dock age may be cheaply constructed from the river bank to the edge of the channel, p...

Publication Title: Tri-Weekly Astorian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-weekly Astorian. — 3 July 1873

L43 Vw fffJHPi.fl.W. TlflXSTORllN. THURSDAY, July 3, 1873 w: mr -mt?mm9f! '""a aa OCEAN BARS AND FORTS. COLONISING IMMIGRANTS. Some Account of the Operations of tile" Northern Pacific' Railroad Arrival of one Hundred Farmers for the West. l"rom the Now York Weekly Herald. The announcement having "been made that one hundred English farmers had em barked on the City of Bristol of the In man Line, with the intention of settling in Minnesota, the colonists were visited on their arrival here by a reporter. At two o'clock in the-afternoon the pas sengers were disembarking from the steam er, at pier 45 North river. The clerk of the vessel, when inquired of concerning the immigrants, pointed to a tall young man with the appearance of a Castle Garden emigrant runner, as the person wlio had the colonists in his keeping. "When asked if he was in charge of the colonists, the tall man said that he was acting for the North ern Pacific Railroad in that capacity. "It will be in order then, doubtles...

Publication Title: Tri-Weekly Astorian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-weekly Astorian. — 5 July 1873

U) TOMAN. ASTORIA, ORE JULY 5, 1813. 1.3, Vol. 1. A TBI WEEKLY Au THE ASTORIAN. PUBLISHKD KVERY TUESDAY, THURSDAY AND SATURDAY, Monitor Building, Astoria, Oregon. I. C IRELAND Proprietor Subscription Kates: Ono Copy one year $jj J) Ono Copy six months yj One Copy three months.....-......;......--. ou &W Single Number, Ten Cents, "a Real Estate Transactions, The following transfers of real estate in Clat sop county, were recorded last month; John llobson to Susan "Wirt, lot 7 block 4 Lexington SloO 00; D. E. Pease to Susan "Wirt, lot 10 block 4 Lexington S50 00; Sheriff Barrows to C. S. Wright, lot 4 block 100 Astoria $4 00; Same to samo, lot 6 block 88 Astoria $14 50; John Adair to Sarah K. Saxe, block 44 upper As- INDEPEDENCEDAY, The Celebration of July tth 1873, in Astoria Large Turn out. At a very early hour yesterday morning the hill-sides surrounding Advertising Rates: this city echoed and re-echoed the toria 8300 00; James W. Welch to Dan H. booming of cannons, giving the ...

Publication Title: Tri-Weekly Astorian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-weekly Astorian. — 5 July 1873

Czj 'MS i ' , J . . . ... ,,..,, j M) ,, , , , ,,, I hj THE ASTOBIAJT. i 1 ASTORIA, oSGOX .KE.AXJE t..4R b ZK C. IRKE ditorS SATURDAY ...a... K j....Jtjly & 1873tfnrt Ho iw?.n0tW flK rJmf ibf IU 1 A. AS X. CT It sjballevcr "be our aim as a jour nalist to ileave no effort unturned "pgnouy. jL& yilygn..aud foster spiriTTthat sliall develop our resource? ajitt-'aid in "building up our natural interests,-and to that end vre "would invite the attention of our readers-to ft .sa&jeotvtliat -we believe demands immediate action. It is iSiat of coii- fctrucring and keeping open at all sea sons practicable wagon roads leading from- the counfcv seat at 'Astoria to all parts' of ttlie county of Clatsop. an$ than "a&aih opening up communica.- , tiofilv'ith other portions of the State. 4hftrAhvnfiVrinrfttP.iKfin.SrrtJ,nfw - ., vq .u...,.w v wiV jauii vwuiiuuuiij V iJB. iianft A J4uu Luexeoi, ana tmis suner- thus G'ltnat erratic aifa lrresmar Ha- maud by .which shipments and sup- pn...

Publication Title: Tri-Weekly Astorian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-weekly Astorian. — 5 July 1873

;r ara -ac?e "v'"vi'?s" v&u "wiaE.sanfww t ' ' "" . - - . ' A f r ' .AA W A T T n T J? & 'SWZSSXSZ&. ----H-?'rajr?gggflsrn3rH-rg Vkjr-Brt-aawargsegggfeazigfgsaasrfi in; l-.-i n- I JTTreM8.i : u v'ap'xalJ3,JtgJJgllJBB3CEa5e5eiagiaacaa the AsiroaiAisr. SATURDAY Jct-y 5, 1873? ""commercial statistics. 8?, fpo; ot Me Harbor and.Sliipping .3.U of the port of ' Astoria Facts rn jportcoit to tho Public ' ' At a. meeting of the Astoria Cham-) bcr of Commerce, "held in May last, a committee was appointed to pre pare statistics of the harbor and ship ping of the port of Astoria, for use at the Earmei's Convention. Following is the report in full. , , Your committee to whom was referred Che matter of harbor, and ."hipping intelli gence, beg leave to oiler the follewing: The water', front of Astoria, varying from a quarter of a mile to a mile in 'width gfibrds over six mile ot secure Anchorage for the largest elated vessel, in from six to twelve fathoms of water. -Ko storms have yet...

Publication Title: Tri-Weekly Astorian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-weekly Astorian. — 5 July 1873

w- THE ASTORIAN. .SATURDAY, ly 5, 1873 HAPPY ATLAST, A Courtship Bomantically Begun During the War, Bomantically Ended in California. The marriage of George Karsiall and Ellen 3Iayfield, which occured at the Grand Hotel a few days since, was an event highly spiced with romance. The couple first met hi the troublesome time of 1862, at a farm house on the road between Harper's Perry and Leechburg,when Marshall, as a Union soldier,attached to a STew Jersey regiment, rescued the lady from an outrage at the Jiands of two confederate soldiers. After the battle of Antietam they met again, when IMiss Mayfield, attended by other ladies was administering to the wounded upon the battlefield. In a wounded Lieutenant, who was lying in a barn, she recognized her recuor and procured his removal to her father's residence in Adams county, Penn., where she nursed him tenderly until his re covery. Xarhhall was subsequently as signed to a distant department. In time, ii3 letters remaining unanswered, h...

Publication Title: Tri-Weekly Astorian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-weekly astorian. — 8 July 1873

til tPTMJLiJSJ.J-l't- .tVJT1, 'M 3HT ,w ,? ii . A 4 rX i Yfil 1. ASTORIA, DEEIM, JULY 8, 1873. i No. i nrn nr tttti Tm tht ir- -inr "' ?-'. i mm r tx t A2"- F 9 i H Jv vt M I 1 t 9 i 1 H 'J a ' ' )M ' M kiFliUMlin ja m I f- I m 1 1 l-i 14 14 ft W ' 1 I Bh- I I- !: II 1 WW I W I ' i II i ' ' -. I I 1 li I 1 LS ml -JL. JL.; J!L " IT J m m J m i jl. KJ -- W JLt; Jl i It THE ASTORIAN. 1'UBLISirED KVERY TUESDAY, THURSDAY AND" SATURDAY, Monitor Building, Aftoria, Oregon. I. C. IRELAND Proprietor Subscription Rates: One Copy ono year..- S5 00 One Copy six months W Ono Copv three months - 1 ' fey Single Number, Ten Cents. 'W Advertising- Rates: One Insertion per square, 10 linos or less...S2 50 Each additional insertion, per square 2 00 Yearly adv'ts per month, por square 1 oO Agents : L. P. Fisher, 20 and 21 Now Merchants Ex change, i authorized to act as Agent for the Astori w in San Francisco. Any friend who fuels an interest in the pros perity of this region, is authorized to act as Age...

Publication Title: Tri-Weekly Astorian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-weekly astorian. — 8 July 1873

rz,3 -'-- Vf' m'.tPj& A" 9 " " !. Is THE ASTO-BIAH, t'l J.'JECE-.J&LBMERSl '$ ASTORIA, OREGON: I. C. IltELAXU - ..Editor. MONDAY,. JnrrSflSTS MOVEMENT ? ., r. THE VIEXXA EXPOSITION. It seems that after all the uproar that has been raised about it, and all the difficulties and evil predictions that have attended it thus far, the American department of the Vienna Exposition is about us far along to ward being placed in perfect order as any other nation's. Bayard Tay lor, writing to the Xew York Tribune says: The first characteristic which strikes a visitor is the vast scale upon which the show lias been arranged. Yet, although the main building is nearly double the length of that in Hyde Park, it produces nothing, like the cfiect. Owing to the compara tive lowness of the wings, and the .ureat height of the show-frames and temples and pyramids which fill them, the eye finds no vista. Your aching feet tell you the distances you traverse, but your vision is constant ly checked, b...

Publication Title: Tri-Weekly Astorian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-weekly astorian. — 8 July 1873

07 t2srssacEc sasaesaacs THE ASTORIA MONDAY.. July S, 1873 COMMERCIAL STATISTICS. IZcjiort on the Harbor and Shipping of the port of Astoria Facts Im portant to the Public. At a meeting of the Astoria Cham lx?r of Commerce, held in May last, a committee "was appointed to pre pare statistics of the harbor and ship ping of the "port of Astoria, for use at the Farmer's Convention. Following is the report in full. Your committee to whom was referred the mutter of harbor, and shipping intelli gence, beg leave to offer the follewing: The water front of Astoria, varying from a quarter of a mile to amile in width afford- over tix mile of secure anchorage for the largest clawed vessel.-, in from bix to twelve fathoms, of water. No storms have yet visited the harbor that effected any damage to shipping riding at anchor in the bay, or lying at the wharf. Should the demands of commerce re ouire. about five consecutive miles of dock age may be cheaply constructed from the river hank to the edge ...

Publication Title: Tri-Weekly Astorian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-weekly astorian. — 8 July 1873

4 J P WH tWUT,'B j-jl--..;m'? iujgjBg-i.-.tiii.u .;.,j.x ".tr THE ASTORIAN. MONDAY JuLY s 1873 Sfcw Paper. Mr. D.C. Ireland lias -issued "the first number pf his new paper, the T'ri- Weekly Astorian. It comes out in very handsome style, and is goten up with manifest taste and skill. Mr. Ireland has teen in the newspaper business many years, and is inown throughout the State for his industry and perseverance.. We wish his new enterprise success equal to his h.opes and its deserts. Portland Bulletin. A Isew Paper. The first number of the Tri-Weekly Astorian made its appearance yesterday. Its name indicates its character, as it is to be issued on each Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, and, judging by the numcer before us, is very Astorian in its tone, strongly advocating the, su perior advantages of Astoria over all other points on the Northwest coast as the site of the great commercial entrepot and center of the future. Mr. Ireland, editor and publisher of the Astorian is too, welt know...

Publication Title: Tri-Weekly Astorian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-weekly Astorian. — 10 July 1873

C P ff- H' M ? f. -- J p a I w I J JL , 1. m y -?- v- -A4 Yol. 1. AMU, QBEGOH, JULY 10, 1873. 'I it 5., . THE ASTORIAN. PUBLISHED EFEKY TUESDAY, THURSDAY AND SATURDAY, Monitor Building, Astoria, Oregon. I. C. IItEE,A?f D Proprietor Subscription Kates: Ono Copy ono year-...; $ j Uno Copy six months Ono Copy three months........ ..; 1 " &r Single Number, Ten tents. Advertising? Kates: Ono Insertion pcrsquaro, 10 lines or lcss...S2 "i0 Kaeh additional Insertion, per square 2 00 Yearly udv'ts per month, per squaro 1 oO Agents : L. P. Fisiif.u, 20 and 21 New Merchants Ex change, is authorized to act as Agent for the Astokia.v in San Francisco. , Any friend who feels an interest m tho pros perity of this region, is authorized to act as Agent for this paper, in procuring subscribers. CITY INTELLIGENCE. The "Yeatiier. No country in Christendom can- beat Astoria in the magnificence of the weather as we areliaving at present. Parker House. The new Hotel in this city, known at present as t...

Publication Title: Tri-Weekly Astorian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-weekly Astorian. — 10 July 1873

C2LU ??"5SFSWir W 1 V ras?. j. c. ireraxik. .C .mBditor. THURSDAY,.-. .&-? JjfYOO, lb73 Spain, beiag hard up for money might sell itself for .a .kaleidoscope. In celerity of changes it defies aili competition. &fi'5Zyt ntti T?KVit.ovic t-l-r line hnon railroading in -Mexico for a number of years, thinks' that the Mexicans -are "brave, generous, docile and thrifty niuch more easily led than driven, and mtsre susceptible to and appreciative of kindness than any people in the "world." "Walworth, the New Yorkparricide, 25 described as having .been tbe most amiable creature in existence be1 fore the commission of his'imnatural murder. Several newspapers are Ibusy making a hero of ham. The re verse of the Corsair,' he is being pic tured as a youth of "a thousand virtues and a single crime." Such efforts will be very likely to cause his depravity to be imitated. The three Spring months of 1873 have, by general consent, been re garded as exceptionally cold; yet the weather data kept...

Publication Title: Tri-Weekly Astorian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-weekly Astorian. — 10 July 1873

THE ASTORIAN, THURSDAY. :.-3.. "July 10, 1S73 COMMERCIAL STATISTICS? Jleport on iJie Harbor and Shipping of Vie p&'t of Astoria Facts Im portant tofltc Public. -At a mecfiaitff'Gf tJie Astoria'Cham bcr of Commerce, Jield in May last, at committee was appointed to pre pare statistics ofthe Harbor -and ship ping of tiie port of Astoria, for use at the Farmer's Convention. Following as the report in full. Your comxuittce to whom was referred the matter of harbor, n& shipping intelli gence, beg leave to offer the follewing: . The water front of A&tora, varying from a quarter of a mile to a mile in wwifli affords over hix miles of fcccure anchorage for the largest classed vcsfccls, in from bis: to twelve fathoms of water. No storms have yet visited the harbor that effected any damage 'to shipping riding at anchor in the bay, or lying at the wharf. Should the demands, of commence re quire, about five consecutive miles of dock age may be cheaply constructed from the river bank ...

Publication Title: Tri-Weekly Astorian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-weekly Astorian. — 10 July 1873

L4J mw'wmw1 .- -s THE ASTOBIAH. THURSDAY t .. July 10, 1873 THE LATEST NEWS. Gplg in New York to-day, H5. Portland Xegal Tender rates, 85 guying; 88$ selling. Capt. Whyte has-laid the forward on at Portland for Australia. The Bank of California will pay one per cent dividend on the 15th. Colonel Bradshaw, Grand Mastejvof Arkansas Odd Fellows, died suddenly at Little Bock, oa the 6th. Bain storms of last week did im mense damage to crops in Ohio, In diana, and Illinois. One death from cholera in Jersey City, seven in Cincinnati, and- three 3Ieinpnis are reported on the 7th. Andrew Ladd, who has been on trial at Corvallis for the murdenof Charles Bengo, has-been acquitted. The Bulletin informs us that real estate iadullin Jtrtland and specu lators have-tucnecB their attention to the terminus Young "Walworfck went to Sing Sing probably yesterday- Befriends-were very much, annoyed to think trie Sheriff removed, hin to murderer's row tix the-Tombs on the 8th. Another steamship,, the City...

Publication Title: Tri-Weekly Astorian
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