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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 24 June 1879

o; JSt Vol. ix. Astoria. Oregon, Tuesday Alornpg, June 24, 1879. No. 47. t' -1L - -- "ll IJII J I . I J Ad '- '-".i'T- -"i'---'j -ii TELE RAPHIC. EASTERN STATES. Was SotVofoed. ! panics are to be antagonistic, he Washington, June 21 The. 'will stick to the railroad coin president has approved the bill PJ- He says tllIlt tlle fforts of inakinappropriationsfortlieloris-!the Pacific Mail management to lktive'exnensi's of the government, obtain a now arrangement with The judicial and army appropria- Union Pacific had thus far ac tion bills reached the executive , complished nothing, and his nn- uls readied the executive ( mi at 3:30 o'.ciock.- The presi-! had iustleftin his caniaffp I mansion dent had insi. on a visit to the navy yard. The ludicinl bill will not receive his; J approval. Anutlicr Extra &cS!iou Tlireai- eSICCl. ixv York, June 20. There are indications that the present session of congress will be adjourn ed on Saturday or Monday next, but that the recess will last only...

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. — 24 June 1879

Cz gfts gteilrj Vston&an ASTORIA. OKEGON: I. C. IRELAXI JBttitor. ASTORIA..... ...Jitxe 24, 1871) The Benefit of Railroads. It is not alone in the increased fa cilities for travel and freight trans portation, nor the rapid development of unoccupied territory, that railroads are beneficial. The Railroad World, which is good authority on such subjects, states that the railroads of the country give employment to 400, 000 persons, and that five times that number depend upon the railroads for support. It is also estimated that be tween $300,000,000 and $400,000,000 are annually paid to employes and to persons who furnish the companies with supplies of various kinds. The authority above quoted adds: " This vast business lias sprung up in the lifetime of one generation, and its growth is still rapid. What another quarter of a century will develop in this field, would doubtless seem fabu lous could it now be foretold." liaily Correspondents' Hepresentath e Acklin and his sense of honor,...

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. — 24 June 1879

c- C3) Jglxs 'ai;uj stacimx, ASTORIA. June 24,1879 ISSUED EVERY MORNING. .Monday Exceptedi. D. C. IRELAM) : : Pl'BLTRIIER. A.stonan BnUdiiuq, Cam street. enns of Subscription : berved by Oarnor, per treok .25 Gents Sent by mail, four months Stt 00 Sent by mail, uie year U 00 free of i'ostaec to subscribers. 65" Advertisements inserted by thoycar at the rate of SI "() ior square per month. Transient advertising, by the day or week, fifty cents per square for each insertion. THE CITY. TirK Daily astmuian will be sent by mailotir cent a montlu free of postage. Reent er whit contemplate absence from the city can have Tub Astokia follow litem. Daily or Weekly iViiiojw to any pnxt-njficc with out aiiiil tonal irpwisc. Adarcsficx maybe cnanyed ax often as neutral. Leave orders at tlie cautttina room. Only eighteen cases in court yesterday. police General Howard will return from Priest's rapids m a few days. A practicable route for the railroad has been found almi" the Boise river. The Orie...

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. — 24 June 1879

C4) F&s gsilxj Qsisxxuu. Selling Out! ASTORIA... JUXE24.1870. TIDE TABLE EOE ASTORIA. AT THE W JJ 2 From tables of United States Coast Survey. WE MAKE NO EMPTY BOASTS, BUT MEAN STRICTLY . BUSINESS,! ! OUR EXTENSIVE A2sD "WELL SELECTED STOCK OF DRY GOODS, STAPLE'GOODS, FANCY GOODS, FURNISHING GOODS, MENS AND BOYS CLOTHES O, BOOT, SHOES, HATS AND CAPS, ETC., Must be closed out in three month from date. We therefore offer all goods at STRICTLY NET COST PRICES. ar.i:ihGrejcv.Jw ill improve your el anccfand secure liist-cl:?s prods at the lowest rates. . SCHLT7SSEL & KANT. Ilich Wator- Low Water. Dnto. 10 an ai A.M. P.M. v. !. p. . 1 24.. ... 0 24 2 Oil. . 1 03 2 40 . . 7 20 0 35 . S 01 7 ' . 8 42 S 01 . fl lo 8 43 . fl 4 i) 27 22 1 38 3 131. IB 2 17 S 17. J4. 2o. 27. 23. 3 0'i 4 13 10 lo -10 17 ... 3 5S 4 Ml 10 46 11 11 ... 4 -54 .. 5 421 11 2G . . .. fi 03 (5 83 0 12 0 10 7 10 7 321 1 10 1 16 PORT OF ASTORIA. A II9 ffk All fl All rtPiliflfl fiJlBB ' " uSriiiilili UfilB ' M iar ...

Publication Title: Daily Astorian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 25 June 1879

o ad irf -r, Vol. ix. Astoria, Oregon, Wednesdajiorning, June 25, 1879. STo. 48. 4v8J Jr JP Jv JH1W 1 ii.1 m'ij.ua.?i i -. i u 'T : TELEGRAPHIC. EASTERN STATES. Ocean Freight Kates IVoin Have Yerk: to Sam Franeisco. New York, June 23. The Pa cific Mail company ibis morning gave notice that they were pre- tliey would dispatch three steamers per month, viz: on the 10th, 20th and 30th. The rates named are $3 per 100 pounds for first-class freight, 82 for second-class, 1 50 for third-class and SI for fourth or special class. This announcement was not unexpected and created no surprise, as it is the general opinion that it will not last, but that a new deal will be had with the railroads. A Loud Zic-nic near Chicago. Chicago, June 23. The Lehr and WehrVerein, which held a pic-nic yesterday outside the city, made no eifert on their return to release prisoners, as was feared. It seems that the pic-nic was given by a Bohemian Sunday school, and that a numerous gang of drunken roughs had all...

Publication Title: Daily Astorian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 25 June 1879

&) gfte $& sxivlmx. ASTORIA. OREGON : I. C. IREIVNI. .Krtitor. ASTORIA..... JtTXK 2T, lffrfl. Mixed Religions and Races. t It is probable that tliere is not in the world any other public or private establishment "which pre sents so many varieties of nation ality and religion as the govern ment printing oilice in Bosnia. There are among its employees three Bohemians, one Corinthian, one Croat, three from lower Aus tria, one Roumclian, twelve Turks, two Servians, one Afghan, one Prussian, one Russian, and one Dalmatian. As to religion, there are twelve Mohammedans, one Prus sian evangelical, several orthodox Greeks, one uniate Greek, and several Roman catholics. A S tin gent Act- Among the laws enacted by the late legislature of Illinois is one providing that any banker or broker, or person doing a banking business, or any officer of airy bank ing company, who shall receive a deposit when insolvent, whereby the deposit so made shall be lost to the depositor, shall be deemed gu...

Publication Title: Daily Astorian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 25 June 1879

3 OJ f glxs gnilu storimx, ASTOltIA . Juxe i". 1871) ISSUED EVERY MORNING, Monday Excoptedl. C. I2tJ:i,ANl : : IUBEI.SKER. Axtorian BuUdhij Caxs Street. . arms of Subscription : Served by Carrier, per week 25 Cents Sent by mail, four months ..w- .s 00 Sent by mail, cne yoar 5) 00 Free of t'ostaso to Mib?cribers. CSS" Advertisements inserted by the year at tho rate of Si "0 ior square per month. Transient advertising, by the day or weok, fifty cer-i. per .square for each insertion. THE CITY. Tun Daily astokia' will 7c xent by mailot'5 cento a month, irerafjtortayc. Rcaa crx who contemplate absence from Ui6.city can have 1hk Astouia.n follow them. Daily r Wbkkly nations to any pnst-ojficc willi out atxlUional "jcpcnxc jidarexxcx maybe ciuimjixi ax ofl-cn as ucxireri. Leave oracrs at tiir. cuumUhu room. Sec notice IDnfunny boys. of meeting of the The Knoppton mills are again in full operation. Lieut. Lundine has service at Fort Stevens. reported for It pleases us to note the compli iin...

Publication Title: Daily Astorian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 25 June 1879

w J Kit g?fee ml statfao. Selling Out! Selling Out!! Selling ASTORIA JrNE2T.1879. TIDE TABLE EOR ASTORIA. From tables of United States Coast Survey. HZTB HOW AT THE WE MAKE NO EMPTY BOASTS, BUT MEAN STRICTLY BUSINESS!! OUR EXTENSIVE AND "WELL SELECTED STOCK OF DRY GOODS, STAPLE' GOODS, FANCY GOODS, FURNISHING GOODS, MENS AND BOYS CLOTHING, BOOT, SHOES, HATS AND CAPS, ETC., Must be closed out in three month from date. We therefore offer all goods at STRICTLY NET COST PRICES, auupiopeSyoiiEuill improve your chance andjsecurc liist-class geeds at the lowest rates. SCHLUSSEL & KANT. Out ! ! High Water. Low Water. Date. a. m. p. m. a. . p. at. 19 1 24! 7 20 U 35 20 0 24 2 031 8 04 7 22 21 1 03 2 401 8 42 8 04 22 1 38 3 151 9 Jo ,. 8 45 23 .. 2 17 3 47 9 -W 9 27 24 3 05 4 131 10 1G .10 17 25 3 58 4 5G 10 4Q .lt 11 2f 4 54 5 421 41 2G .. . . 27 fi 03 6 33 . 0 12 0 10 28 7 16 7 321 1 19 1 15 PORT OF ASTORIA. CLEARANCES A A' J) DEPARTURES. CLEAKEO. Garibaldi sh 1431 tons Thatcher, Liverp...

Publication Title: Daily Astorian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 26 June 1879

CO & Astoria, Oregon, Thursday Morning,. June 26, 1879. 2sTo. 49. Vol. ix. wri-f .r f f itrtftw ill 1& r w'&P JW sSr W 'W)&& & W& , TELEGRAPHIC. EASTER N STATES. Tho Great Nortlxora Pa-ciSc Railroad. Prevaiecx'ing or Urn J?aefie. Washington, June 21. The secretary of war having been in formed that Bolivia has decreed an origin was wholly speculative. SttH Fmnchico Bulletin. "With all the misfortunes which have overtaken the Northern Pa cific railroad since its inception, it sains a little everv year. Its Jt BANKING AND INSURANCE. BANKING AND INSURANCE. x, w, a&s, AXD issue of letters of marque with an- . had an immense land grant wlucli j nj3J5(CD RA W(ER thority to privsitws to seize Chil- i covered a great deal of poor land, j ".umLll, lhuil.i , i:in property in neutral vessels,, 1 he termini on lake superior ana .,! .if rrtifc tC 'uivii . have i Piirit-sonnd ware merft miner departed for the United States, j towns, prospectively important, collecto...

Publication Title: Daily Astorian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 26 June 1879

U) iU '- gftg iEMltj stoviaat- ASTORIA. OREGON: I. C. IRELA.VI) ritor. ASTORIA .,..., .,Jiixb 2(ir 1S70, Pay o Magazine "Writers A writer in a Isew York maga zine tliirtyfive years ago says: "The history of the monthlies for the last few 3Tears forms a chapter by itself of American progress. It is but a very short time since the dollar a page of the North American Review was considered sufficient pay for articles by Ed ward Everett. The oM New York Mirror paid 6500 a year for 'Pen cilling by the Way' (N. P. Willis), the republication of which has paid the author 5,000 1 think the burst on authorland of Graham's and Godey's liberal prices was like sunrise without a dawn. They be gan at once paying their principal contributors at the rate of S12 a page nearly thrice the amount paid by English magazines to the best writers, and paying it, too, on the receipt of the mss., and not, as in London, on the publication of the article." These prices have not been maintained. Six dollars a page...

Publication Title: Daily Astorian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 26 June 1879

0) Dtt,e Dnils Uaimx, Confusion of Terms. ASTORIA. One of the valued correspondents June 26.1S79 ! 0f The Astoria writes as follews: "When 1 write Claislcanic you print Claskanme. Now, you may be right nd the United States Seiraclions and other authorities wrong. I don t ; ire ana water in rei , f , 1,,.-WW1, Oftn letters for Klaska-I m the matter of the pnichase ot the ISSUED EVERY MORNING, (Monday Excepted), I. V. 5RELAXD : : PCBLISHEB. AsUman Buildimj, Cass street. Torms of Subscription : iscrved by Carrier, per week ..23 Cents Rnnt hv mnil tour months S CM) Sunt by mail, tne yenr freo of i'osuiso toftub5cribors. The Xcw Steam Fire Engine, Astoria, June 25th, 1879. Editor Astekian: As some of the citizens (members of Astoria Engine Co. No. 1), are in- oi;.,ni in opnciiirft the committee on U 00 rK3 Advertisements inserted by the year nt the r.ilc of Si " uor square nor mmth. Transient udvortWnK. by the day or week. 6fty cents per sum are for each insertion. THE CITY. The Daily as...

Publication Title: Daily Astorian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 26 June 1879

CO to m xrcimx Selling Out! Selling Out!! ASTORIA June 2G. 1879. e o TIDE TABLE EOR ASTORIA. AT THE jHf 3; l; o From tables of United States Coast Survey. High Water. WE MAKE JST0 EMPTY BOASTS, BUT MEAN STRICTLY BUSINESS!! OUR EXTENSIVE ASS "WELL SELECTED. STOCK OF DRY GOODS, STAPLE GOODS, FANCY GOODS, FURNISHING GOODS, MENS AND BOYS CLOTHING, BOOT, SHOES, HATS AND CAPS, ETC., Must be closed out in three month from date. "We therefore offer all goods at STRICTLY NET COST PRICES, and hopcyoiill improve 1 our cluuiu !.uuirecure lirt-chs "ccC w the lowest rates. " Low Water. Date. A. M. P.M. K. M. nut n T5PT CS IF aaagl rradJi ticSH m. 10 1 -24! 20. 0 24 2 081 21 1 03 2 401 22 1 38 3 15 3: 2 17 :j 471 21. 3 0(1 4 18f 25 3 58 4 5(5 J 2C 4 .51 5 42' u 27 fi 03 0 83 2R 7 10 7 .T2l TTluT . 8 08.. . 8 32... . 9 15... . 9 4o.. .10 10... .11) 4S.. .11 2C. . 0 12.. . 1 10.. . US5 . 722 . S01 8 45 . 9 27 .10 17 .11 U " 6 i . 1 15 SCHLUBSEL & KANT. PORT OF ASTORIA. F- CLEARANCES ASD DEPARTUR...

Publication Title: Daily Astorian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 27 June 1879

0) Vol. ix. Astoria, Oregon, Friday Mornipg, June 27, 1879. No. 50. ( jlJlJrJrJlJ TELEG KAPHIC. - EASTERH STATES. Congress Still Sits. Washington, June 24. Not a word yet as to the date of adjourn-1 niies, tne. iormer tor oaroette ana j. xt i. i.i i 4. u r.;,! r tlielatterfor casemate. These are nient. Not the least business ot , .. . . . small guns, but thev are mention importance was transacted in j ed spec;any because the bulk of either branch to-day. After ds-. them can be provided by utilizing cussion a resolution was adop ed in the house inslructi " the com mittee on rules to sit during vaca tion, for the purpose of codifying and simplying the rules of the ; house. The senate referred the Darien ship canal business to the committee on foreign relations. FOREIGN NEWS. Tclloiv Fever atX.islon. Lisbon, June 25 Two cases df yellow fever have occurred necr this city. Tlie Eastern Insurrection. Paris, June 24. The insurrec tion in Algeria is ended, and 4000 insurgents are in the han...

Publication Title: Daily Astorian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 27 June 1879

il) S&c li&ila Qstovinn ASTORIA. OREGON: . C. IRELAXD JEklitor. ASTORIA Juxe 27, isrn. A Cincinnati manufacturer died nine 3Tears ago. His busi ness had been prosperous, and it was supposed that his estate was worth 50,000; but his widow could find only about 20,000, which she invested unfortunately, and finally lost. Lately she be came needy, and a son visited her to arrange for her removal to his home. In packing her effects he discovered 30,000 in good rail road bonds, in which his father had invested. The Walla Walla Union says there is great and useless commo tion among the people on the sub ject of railroad lands and with drawals. We assert, without fear of successful contradiction, that the withdrawal along the main line of the Northern Pacific rail- road company, from near the mouth of Snake river to Pen d'Orille lake, has not been changed, in the slightest degree, since Feb- .ruasy, 21st, 1S72, and then it goes on to prove what it asserts, estab lishing the fact. 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. — 27 June 1879

M m glxs mvQ stacimx, ASTORIA JrNE 27,1879 ISSUED EVERY MORNING, (Monday Excepted.. . C. ZRCI.A.VD r : ILBI,ISKER. Astorian Bntidina, tlruts Street. terms of Subscription : Served by Carrier, per week 25 Cents Sent by mail, four months 00 Sent hy mail, cno year. 0 00 Free of t'osuixe to subscribers. OS" Advertisements inserted by the year at the rate of SI 50 per square per month. Transient advertising, by the day or week, fifty cents per sauaro for each insertion. thejdtty The Daily astojiian will he xent by mail at3 cent a montli. free of pontage. Rcaa r who caiUcmplatcabxcnce from the city can tiavii The Astokian follow thenu, Daily vr Weekly toWionx to any pat-o$ice with out additional expense. Adarcxscx may be enamjed a often ax tuiraL Leave iraerx at tlic counting room. Letters from the peop'e are laid over for want of time to-day. Besides vesso's noted the Mc Near will clear to-day for Europe. See the stneks of goods for sale at Holden's. Name your own price. The Garibaldi 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. — 27 June 1879

!?- fH : CI) Selling Out! Selling Out!! Out!! ASTORIA ,,..,,.,,. June 27, 1870, TIDE TABLE EOR ASTORIA. From tahles'of United States Coast Survey. AT THE "jr 3 J HO WE MAKE NO EMPTY BOASTS, BUT MEAN STRICTLY BUSINESS,!! OUR EXTENSIVE AND TVELL SELECTED STOCK OP DRY GOODS, STAPLE GOODS, FANCY GOODS, FURNISHING GOODS, MENS AND BOYS CLOTHING, BOOT, SHOES, HATS AND CAPS, ETC., Must be closed out in three month from date We thereforeToffer all goods at STRICTLY NET COST FRICESJand hope.yoifwill Improve your ehancifandseeure lirst-class goods at the lowest rates. . SOHLUSSEL & KANT. High Water. Low Water. iDate. A.M. P.M. A.M. P. M. 2fl . 4 54 5 42 t...ll 26. .27 G 03......... G 33i 0 12. .23 7 16 7 321 ,. 1 19. 0 16 1 15 2 18 3 21 4 27 5 38 U 8 36 8 34L,.,..... 2 31. 30. 9 54 9 o7l..,.. 3 ft -.11 1L 10 371..:..;... 4 08. 2 0 19 11 311 (! 07 3 1 171...'.... 7 07 G34 4 0 22 2 OS!..' :..'... 8 00 7 30 5 0 07 2 45J...... 8 4'3 8 20 PORT OP ASTORIA. Selling 5I51 JSmi j fe J CLEARANCES AND...

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. — 28 June 1879

CO IfeuH ?$EF rfl (3B8BBB O- rg rJPJvJiJl'ill Vol. ix. Astoria, Oregon, Saturday Moriiiag, June 28, 1879. STo. 51. ife -, ,-!. , ..... i..iv'.'.ii.a TELEGRAPHIC. PACIFIC COAST NEWS. A Heavy Fish. Victoria, June 27. A salmon that vroijrhed 9S pounds ivhen caught lias been received here from the Skeena river fishery by Mr. Turner, mayor of A'ictoria. Its length is five feet eleven inches from nose to tall. Jt is said to be the largest salmon ever caught. FisIi IVct Foil ml. A fishery net has been picked up in Fuca Strait. Entangled in its meshes were two porpoises and twenty or thirty salmon, all dead. Jtis supposed to have been lost from a fishing boat off the Colum bia river bar. Pinafore Once 2?Iore. Editor Asterian: Beading your comments on the wreck of ''Pinafore" in San Fran cisco, and the comments of your "Washington correspondent con eering it in that quarter, I am tempted to offer a lew remarks, having witnessed the Operatta while in Boston last April. The opera is satirical ...

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 June 1879

K 0) m' w- gfts aila JVstxrxd&ik ASTORIA. OKEGON: B. C. IKEI,AXI JSrtitor. ASTORIA Jijxe 28, 1879. Of eleven female candidates "who presented themselves for the first examination for the degrees of the University of London, six were placed in the honors division, four were declared entitled to ex hibition, and one was second in the -whole list of candidates. The standard of the London Universi ty is a very high one. There are several young men in England to-day who may at any moment take up a newspaper and learn that they have jumped from a few hundreds to many thousands a year by a Zulu's spear going through an elder brother. There must be a difficult conflict of emo tion in some such cases. The Oregon ian thinks that the dispatches to the effect that Vanderbilt was moving to get control of the Union Pacific would seem rather to point to the North ern Pacific, since the Union is in the hands of Gould and his friends, who probably are pre pared to hold it: But should Van derbilt...

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 June 1879

vsvt : 0) "V. f ii ii i 111 iiii'je in i mi mil .nmim-a ?yz gixxixj Qslsximx. ASTORIA.... ....June 28,l87fl ISSUED EVERY MORNING, don day Exec r ted i, D. C. IKEI.AXO : : PUBLISHER. Atiiivian Building, Cass direct. Terms of Subscription : Served by Carrier, per week ..2! Cents Sent by mail, tour months... ...? 00 Seat by mail, .ne year..... . ........... U 00 Froo of t'osiaxo to subscribers. G Advertisements inserted by the year at tho rate of Si .7j per square per month. Transient advertisine, by tho day or week, fifty cents per sauare for each insertion. THE CITY. Tire Daily astokia.v will he cnt bv mail at 75 cent a month, free of postage. Iicaa era who contemplate abxence from the city can have Tub ASTOitrAjf follow them, Dailv or Wekkly tulitions to any post-office with out additional "xpcTisc. Adarcssc may he enanaed as often an fuxlrcrt. Leave order at the cminliw room. Brier AHUoiiriremcRt. Fruit jars and glassware cheap, at Baileys. Martin Ford will pay the highest rates fo...

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 June 1879

i&?t frfifr"- afartiifcf" Jgtte &il Q&toyfi&a. ASTORIA June 28. 1879. SHADOWS. fWritton for Tub Astoria. Sitting now I watch a shadow, darkly pictured on the wall, And unto my saddened memory, earlier scenes it doth recall, O ye days, ye days of childhood! when a shadow could affright, As it sometimes ran before me, some times chased me in the flight. Hastening to escape the shadows ; rush ed I into man's estate. But the shadows, ever faithful, ever on my footsteps wait; 'Till methought that pain, or pleasure, whensoever they befall. "Wheresoever we may meet them, are but shadows, one and all. Hurriedly I reached the noonday, when the sun just overhead Chased away the darksome shadows ; for a time they all had fled, Then life's sun began to lower, slowly sinking down to rest, Xow, by shadows stretching longer,morc than ever I'm oppressed. Soon I'll meet another shadow, this the Prince of shadows all, And the king of earthly terrors, but, oh, why should it appall ? Po...

Publication Title: Daily Astorian, The
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