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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 28 June 1879

Cs) SHIPPING NOTICES. MISCELLANEOUS. SUPPLEMENT. ASTORIA June 28,1879 TIDE TABLE FOR ASTORIA. From tables of United States Coast Survey. !HKh Water. Dire. A.M. ?. M. Low Water. . M 2"! 4 4 5 -121 ..ll 2C .. 2. 6 03 G 33 1 0 12. 23 7 16 7 321 1 1 20 S 36 S 81! 2 31 30 0 S4 0 .571 3 47 1 11 11 10 371 4 5S 2 0 ID .ll 811 7 3 .. 1 171 7 07 4. 0 22 2 Otfl 8 00 - 0 07. 2 45 8 43. 0 16 1 15 2 IS 3 21 4 27 5 33 C34 7 30 S20 PORT OF ASTORIA. CLISARAA'CES AXD DEPARTURES. SAILKI). Garibaldi sh 1431 tons Thatcher, Livorpool.June 26 Shiibriolc TJS Lteht-housf str. Kortz. SF, June 24 Still man R. Allen, bark, $75 tons, Taylor, Liver pool. June 19 AJLRIVALS FJIOM SKA. Hera son. 3S9 tons, Munson. S F June 25 State of California, ss. &00 tons, Dabney, S F June 23 Molancthon. bkt. 293 tons Manson S F June "20 W A Ilolcomb, bk, Dunton. Hongkong. June 12 EasterlbUl. Br bk. S60 tons. New Zoalanil, June 14 Iron Quean. Br sh.796 tons. Smith, Livorpool, Dec H. via Victoria June 6. Loch Fergus. Br bk 84...

Publication Title: Daily Astorian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 29 June 1879

ru "Vol. IX. Astoria, Oregon, Sunday Morning, June 29, 1879. 2Jo. 5.2. (Sasp $ (t JJrJJvJrJWillr - ... , - . TIN MINES. '- Grand IMseovery A magnificent Tin 3tine Almost Within Sih-i , or the City -FVon the Albany ncjjts(cr. j A few days ago a party of pros-. 'pectors from Brownsville unearthed what is believed by many to be a , bonafide tin mine. The ledge j crops out on Wiley creek, a tribu- tary of the Santiam, about three' miles above the toll-gate on the Cascade mountain wagon road, i and is about twenlv miles from this city. The ledge is one hun dred feet wide where it crops out and has been traced for several miles, we believe. Messrs. John Scott, A. C. Haus man, A. H. MrNab, G. A. Dyson, -John Morriscn, J. B. Moss and Jo seph Harrison are the original dis coverers and locators. A mininjr 'strict has been organized and a recorder elected, and a number have taken up extensions on the tiu ledge. The rock is very rich in a white mjtal that not only resembles tin, j but in everv ...

Publication Title: Daily Astorian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 29 June 1879

U-) lM ginilB stxaiUm. ASTORIA. OREGON: B. C. IBEXiAXI EUtor. ASTORIA Juxe 2U, 1879. Bankrupt for Time. We are in receipt of dtms from Tillamook, "Wahkiacum, Cowlitz, Columbia, etc., which we find it impossible for us to meet, in full. ""We fear that we have " promised to pay " much more than we are able, and the only reason we shall assign for our delinquency is the bad state of the weather. We cannot travel in mud and -water, although Captain Flavel has ten dered us a good stout horse to ride as line an animal as there is in the country. These promises are visits to various parts of the country. We have the disposition to pay them all, and would do so should the weather permit; but now the season is far advanced; it will soon be time to replenish the wood-pile for another winter; and -we fear that numerous summer pleasures in prospect will of neces sity be carried over to another year. Under these circumstances, we ask our friends everywhere to write for the paper, and we will pub...

Publication Title: Daily Astorian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 29 June 1879

4 V jpxs gaihj stexum ASTORIA.... .June 29. 1879 ISSUED EVERY MORNING, Oloml.iy Exceptedi. C. IRELAND : s PKBMSKER. -A-xtormit, Buihliiuj, ioxs street. . Terms of Subscription : berved by Carrier, per week .25 Cents Sent by mail, xour months.....-.. ............;:" 00 Sent by mail, cne year -.. 9 00 Froo of t'ostase to subscribers. " Advertisements msertod by the year at the rate of Si " per square per month. Transient advertising, by the day or wook, fifty cents per suuaro for each insertion. THE CITY. THE Datlv A.STOitiA.v will he xent hy mailatTucctU a month, free of postage. Rcaa n? vchtt amtcnwUilc absence from the city can have Tub Astoikax follow them, Daiia or Weekly eAitloiuf to any pont-ojlicc with out cuiditional 'jepemc. Adnrc&sc may lie cnanged an ofU n ax ncxircd. Leave orders at Vie. counting room. Brief Announcement. False-faces :uid lots of them, the Sky-high-fiyer Duf unity's on 4th, at Adler's. Board of Foremen. for the A meeting of the Board of Foremen, A. F....

Publication Title: Daily Astorian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 29 June 1879

b) Selling Out! Selling Out!! -ASTORIA JusfeK.1879. r n i Selling Cut!! H 8 UP S E . AT THE Geing: to Gkurcli. Written for The Astokiak. Some go to hear the preacher talk, Or they, perhaps, enjoy the walk, While others go to criticise, And well they use both ears and eyes. Jleluctaiitl j I must confess, Some go to show a jay new dress, Or it may be a hat or tie They deem attractive to the eye. Some go ostensibly to sing, And" ilka lad his lass " doth bring. Of flirting sly, within the choir, What loving swain doth ever tire? -Some go because their neighbors do, And scarce ate seated in a pew Before they twist and turn about To see what friends are in or out. Some go to while away 'tho-hours; It well assists their drowsy powers; .Then, when the benediction's said, They, glad, rush home to lounge or bed. Some go there decked in Sunday clotlies, Because they hope to meet theirbcaux, And while the Christians bow to pray, They cast love glances o'er the way; When church is out the gallan...

Publication Title: Daily Astorian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 29 June 1879

fs) SHIPPING NOTICES. MISCELLANEOUS. SUPPLEMENT. ASTORIA June 29,1879 TIDE TABLE FOR ASTORIA. From tables of United States Coast Survey. High Water. Date. A.M. P.M. Low Water. K. M. V. 11. 28 2 25 29 30 1 o 3."'". 4 . 4 o4. ... - 0 03.... . 7 16..., - 8 80.... .11 11... . 0 ID... 0 22. 0 07. ... 5 42. G :;,. ..... 7 321. S 31. n 371. 10 371. 11 311. ..... 1 17. 2 OS I. ..... 2 45f. 2 IS 8 21 .11 2G . . . 0 12 0 1G . 1 19 1 15 . 2 31 . 3 47...... . 4 5S 4 27 . G 07 5 33 . 7 07 G 34 . 8 00 - 7 30 . 8 43 S 20 PORT OF ASTORIA. CLEARANCES ASD DEPARTURES. SATLKD. Garibaldi sh 1431 tons Thatcher, Li verpool. Juno 2fi Shubrick. US Licht-house str. Kort7 SF. June 24 Sttllman B. Allen, bark, 575 tons, Taylor, Liver pool. June 19 ARRIVALS FROM SKA. Hera soli. 3S9 tons, Munson. S F June 25 State of California, ss. '200 tons, Dobncr, S F June 23 Melancthon. bkt. 293 tonsManson 3 FJune20 TV A Ilolcomb, bk, Dunton. ilonckong. June 12 Eastcrhill. Br bk. bGO tons, New Zealand, June 14 Iron Queen. Br...

Publication Title: Daily Astorian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 1 January 1881

W- " rK '&" v & en tftiirti. c "; !-. Vol. xiv. Astoria, Oregon, Saturday' Morning, January 1, 1881. 5fo. 1. i -""-" " rr , 'w f'tTr life fDnilo GENERAL EASTERN SEWS. BT MAH AN) TBL.KOKATH. Fishing rlioiici'4 Lost. Gi.outsstkk, Dec. 30. Total losses in fisiiii fwvwi this port for the past yt. comprise four schooners and throe boat, valued at 21,000. Fiftv-ke lives were lost. ", PACIFIC COAST NEWS. HV MtIL AM IKLHOKAI'II. IjDrh Down. Portland. )-c. 31. The sle &t has broken down th wires in all di rections. But H dot's not extend t much beyond Salem. Arrange ments have Ix'tn made by the Oreronian to lake oil' news reports at Albany and forward them bv Santa Fe, li- M. 'KT iu Santa Fe, or the city of the holy faith, was settled by the Spaniards in the sixteenth century, and was the capital of tin territory known as New Mexico, long before 1GS0, and was the seat of the civil and military powor of the Spaniards. The city occupies the site of sevei al Indian pueblos, and here...

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 January 1881

CZJ gHic nx JVstonaiu ASTORIA. OREGON: .3SATURDAY JAN. 1. 18S0 . C. IREL1M KlUor. Indian Affairs .V Different Story. A Happy It'eiv Year. Tin: Astokian will not be issued lo-morrow, con-pquent upon a due observance of this holiday. Happy 'ew Year. The Old Year out, and the New Year in! is once more the fare -well and hail of the day upon us. It is the parent of the Old Worlds The King is dead; long live the Kin"-! The individual dies; the government lives. The year ex pires; Time is eternal. Years, the same as mortals, are born, endure their allotted span, and pas awaj forever, to be remembered or for gotten agieeably to the record they have made to lift them above or sink them below the gauge of others. And while there are a few in the grand grouping of the centuries which make the epochs silent and bold as monuments do the resting places of the great of earth, the larger number rest as do the thousands of ourselves whose memory scarce outlive our burial. In the last century our fo...

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 January 1881

f3 r !ft SteuAstarian. COLUMBIA RIVER EXPORTS FOREIGN 1880. jaxdaky. IXL STORE ! ! NEW "WINTER .GOODS AT PKICES TO SUIT THE TIMES. -- ASTORIA, OKEGON: Date Vcl. I Where to. 1 IMt Flur.Ctl.Whrat.Ct.Salnttn.l Total Vat. ! i i: 1 hapwing iQueen&town . '1 ICordilia 1 4;wiii S.W.400 41.1KC 4I).-iOO S0.700 Sy,493 H4.473 37,001 44.17G J7.000 7X12O SATURDAY J... JAN. 1, 1880 19A47 J4.VJ9 Abbey Town if a Nelson lone Oakworth ... .W.430 I7r11."i 41.20 1,007 ISSUED EVERVj MORNING. (Monday Excepted), D. C. IreliiBi!, Edltoi-inuil Proprietor. Viola . Liverpool ... !1 tEdmond Phiuey.. OueeiKstown . 21Jw0 Clothing for Men, Youths and Boys, Overcoats and Ulsters. Boots and Shoes, Hats, Furnishing Goods, and Fancy Goods. .Ladies and UILsscs FmlorHear, floslcry. I)rc Goods, C:isiuiTC'S "Waterproof. Flannel-. Canton Flannels. Linen Damask. IVapkiiis. Dojlics. Crashes. Towels. Felt Skirts, Trunks. Valises. Motions, ami an 22 In Michael Hutchinson a Michael Ih Tecuineh . rt..-,.i 11J500 Axtorian Zft...

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 January 1881

C4J 51tc. gailg QsHaxxmu ASTORIA. OREGON: SATURDAY ..TAN. 1. 1SS0 COMMERCE AND TRADE. rin.-tm-iul. Silver, at Mr. Cent xchAffe on saa 1'raMeMo 'V ir eent jirmiiaMi. C4 .ekMiKe m New Wrk taring twr: j-eliiNf. 't ' I txreeM. ltogxl feeders par. Tdttr M4ttc trwwfw b New York 1 per oMt- itreMiNMi. PORT OF ASTUK1A. RKAttY lOX SKA llmwliw i'im tlrttlw IUwer).!, IWS ldtrs Hr Wu 7M MM. Wmiww, Jwriwt. sMl.KI. Dec IS t 0f OU4lftTBW. M. KM) V t4H. PetaMj, t- I' Inwe. ttr Wc, Ctt Sm. jMiniiitri lit K tiar)eMir. h Ji1 tHM. Kry- j"ftw ftcw Jt AKRtVA!, i'tiity t'.A. Unt . S3 in. PtoblMM. ? f Due 31 lUrf ttartqr. IkMvM Mcfma 1 MiMMlr line Jtmir lmek Hr Wk. M tK. ISvmh. AiHm4. HecJt hlmtormtt. U ? ltew totif Mr. liiwi nn. -- DwSI Owifmwa. ttr W.. Isn. It4. IVri Drc ?l Nsrtfc H Wi 3 tons MwrjrMNMi .- I Doc H Mtk-M Xar. Hr4, DY:ms. Xeweaetle. I've 17 .Mmmc xlt i t. S K. I)w 1. huw f Uh- Xortfi Kr ltrk. Mf -. Hfcwkiw. MW444 1)k IUhre. Br W:, " : I)ri. MMt(r)it, Iec (Joftf-er.eh. diMMa(I. I'mIm :rii!V' ...

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 January 1881

m he r Vol. XIY. Astoria, Oregon, Tuesday Morning, January 4, 1881. No. 2. JL - GENERAL EASTERN SEWS. r HV MAIL AND TKI.HSKAPII. Unprrcriiriitril Immigration. New 1'okk, Jan. 1. The total immigration at this ort for the year ending yesterday, was 32S, 0S0. This aggregate is altogether unprecedented in the history ef the board of immigration commis sioners, wlaose statistics go back as far as 1S47. In 1S72 the total was 35.070, which was an increase of 50,S23 over the previous year. Congressman Whllrakcr' Ileulfli. "Washington, -Ian. 2. Con rressian Whiteakcr of Oregon, has been confined to his room for a week past by the effect of a severe cold, but is now con vcl ey eing. GENERAL FOREIGN NEWS. KV MAIL AND THI.HUKAVH. :;ii'ficIfl Halting I'rirnds Abroad. London, Jan. 2. A dispatch from Berlin says that Gew. Gar field has written to the editor of the German Review expressing 303 at the cordial relations which exist between Germain- and the United States. There seems to be no real bas...

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 January 1881

W -rC 1 r gfte JHattB storlau. ASTORIA. OREGON: TUESDAY- ...TAX. 4, 1SS1 . C. IKELAXD .Editor. Collection Day. "Ye desire all persons having bills against The A&tokiax, or D. G. Ireland, to present the same at The Astokian office, and request all knowing themselves indebted to call and settle. This is because of a change in elerks in our count ing room. By the first of next month we hope t be able to make collections and pav- bills as before. The Kate Chase-Sprague case lias now become public property by the filing of Mrs. Spragtie's pe tition for divorce from her hus band. Her petition sets forth a list of grievances which, if half of them be true, present Mr. Sprague in the light of a cruel, disreputable, unfaithful, and brutal man. Referring to the late sleet storm in the valley the Oregonian says: "The recent sleet storm did more damage than first reported. The loss of Mr. Put. Bradford to prune, pear and cherry trees on his farm west ofMarquam'shill will amount to $5,000; D...

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 January 1881

?t. fe" ?" C3 glxc gnitrj ;f stefcm. ASTORIA, OREGON ISSUED EVERY MORNING. (Monday Exerted I. D. C. Ireland. Editor and Proprietor. Arfonan Building, Cms Street. Terms of Subscription : -erred bv Carrier- nor iv:.- ......'-Jo Cents Sent by mail, four mosunt ............ Sent by mail, one yew. .. .. . Free of Pestace u rlcribe. S to , iHK 2"Advemsouiont6ertei .ytheyera the rate of 1 7H por aiMi-e r . josth. rransient aderti?iae, Wr tu- 'y r wee. fifty cents per square for tek Ttion. The Weekly Atrlu. Is a mammoth sliwt. exatly double the size of the Daily. It it j.M the pa per for the firiile, o'lUiiiin m addi tion to all the current m-ws choice uis cellanv. agricultural mam-i. market n ports etc. It is furnished t: single nli scribers at S2 (K) ikt year in advance. I3TA limited iiumoer of mhhII adver tisements inserted, at c-tahlihed rate.. THEC1TY. The Daily astokias will Jt trf ty matf nt75ccJ a mimtM.rtatf jxSw- K err wtfio contemplate almettei fntm tki city tan tinrc TlIK ASTOKI...

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 January 1881

WiRB a TVS ;-cfs gaakj Qstoximx. Chamber of Commerce of Astoria. K.fPlar meeting every it and 3d Monday of wick jDiitlt. at7V v. m.. in the hall of the Youhc MenTs Christian Assoriution. J. t. .V. KOWI.KY. rrtolduul 5IISCELLA1 ASTORIA. OREGON: VnnnB --Kr rTr-Cfifr v s. a. neville JAN. 4. 1SSI COMMERCE AHD TRADE. financial. SHvr, lit itr. Own exehaoce on San Fraaeieeo ' per m4 iWMMM. Ohm mcebftiue on Xew Yark Wring par: rgrKar. '4 k 1 pareem. Legal Tw4ew tif. Tdwtfiphir txnmMtw New Yr 1 imt . iweoiiatN. lORT OF AtfTOKlA. MAr rumsjtd. Sm&r Hiekt. Kr kk. M toa. Knat. QmaiOa. 4m X lliwtM Jtaad. W KM MMM. RrMI,QWNMHW, UaqphMrkluTSitaa. Krawa. Uaersaol. JtecSI -AlLKt. .VolocMk. Ot tMi S F.im 2. 3tw . HfMuW ww. gweMlww. I.-c It A4aat M. Siapiaa, hi. Ji MM. iiia-wa Hnimelrr.h I3M Urns. Krr. lrc J iijrRt'AJ ffujv jm. . uws IMte S H. 4m 3 3arsain. Mr . !. K-rr. fw GUso.Ua 3 OMar. r Wt. 4M ! 'JUrk. Cast Ja Aswu. Br Bk. 7 tarn. &. ! Jtoaal. JaaS. Oriaat. . 912 . WiUmmh. r Ja 3 Oiaaua . ...

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 January 1881

fll K Vol. XIY. Astoria, Oregon, Wednesday Morning, January 5, 1881. So. 3. r -a 4J Jy JP Jv Jy Willie GENERAL EASTER SEWS. IIV MAIL A.VB TfBMOOIIAttf. Snow :it Aucnla. . Augusta, Ga.. J Jili. 3. Snow Las been on the ground a week, something unprecedented in tiw history of the country. There was , line sleighing to-day and yesterday. the first time in 2o years. Rarilan Kuy I'rorH Out. Sorm Am hoy, N. J., Jan. 3.- Uaritan bay is frozen solid frow South Amboy to Perth Ami hoy and as far out sis Slaten Island sound. Several vessels with cargoes and others in ballast are frozen in the ice. Colli anil I)Mrcv Fi:KiKKiicsi;rR;. Vm.,.Ihii. '-). The Ittippalntnnoek liver is clown! Witlwce eight inches thick. There is a great scarcity of firewood. The authorities have token pos session of all wood in the yards iii order to protect the destitute, and the supply of water has been almost cut oil bv the freezing of supply pipes. PACIFIC COAST NEWS. BV MAIL ANO TKUMIKAI'll A Town With Sonir Harkin...

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 January 1881

W glxe Jpailu gustovttm. ASTOUIA. OREGON: "WEDNESDAY -TAN. 5. 18S1 ft. C. IKKLIM) ttlllnr. Food Adulteration. In December of IS, I), the nation al board of trade, appointed a com mittee of award to decide between competitive suggestions of act to prevent adulteration and regulate the sale of food, accompanied by eisay.s. The 1,000 dollars to be given in pri.es was a gift U the board from Messrs. Thwrber & Co., of Xew York. The prizes have been awarded, the first one to. a London Fellow of the l?oyal So cicty. The first fact devekjjK'd by the testimony of tliese ciyiss, confirmed by that ( many expert chemists, is the gratifying one that there is no dangerous or poison ous adulteration in any of the staple articles of food and drink in this country, with certain excep tions in the case of the coloring matter of confectionary. The other class of adulterations, how orer those not poisonous, but involving the palming off on the purchaser of an inferior article is common enough. The ...

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 January 1881

f33 gfr gnalB stxrritttt. ASTORIA, OREGON: TFEDNESDAY JA . 18S1 ISSUED EVERY MORNING. (Monday Exct4edl. D. C. Ireland. Editor ami Proprietor. Aatvriun liniitlittu, t'nm Street. Terms of Suittcription : rvd by Carrier, per ' .......2S Coats Sent by inail. uht nwtaib?..... ....sX w Sent by wail, one yr..... .......... . $ "0 Free f Pestaee t Sabecribarfi. & Advertisements im-wiel by tie year t the rate of SI t iter iHire iw wth. transient fltveuiinr, by the Amy r wit. fty cent iter sore fur futch HMrtiH. The Weeklj AIorlan Is a itiniHiHoth sweet, evaetly 1nlle the size of tlie IUiJ. II i jut Ue -per for the fiieifc eoiiuinin!; it addi tion toali the etiriwit new -lnftt ni--cellnny. axncdltttrai neuter. warfcH re ports, etc It i riniliel i -iiik" nL sciih"i hi .2 n Kr ar in Ivawee. "ZisTA limited miHt.iet I -mail wlver-ti-einents inserted t tMaoli (! rate-. TIIECLT. The Daily Amtokiav cW U i-h lf mail at 75 fe mmtth. tna ift0'-. Ww--er who ctHttmi4ntrHh c f r Mr rrfti wr: Tub astok...

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 January 1881

CH ASTORIA. OREGON: "WEDNESDAY JAN. S, ISSl COMMERCE AND TRADE. f'iuutieitit. Silver, at ir. Cow evhaasc on Min Frneie iasr cant oatut. Omm an ow Xer Yrk tayiax ir: -aettiae. ' I peream. L-tl radew tor. Tesri'luc tmiMfam i Nr Trk I rc sent, iretaiotb. fOKT Or ASTORIA. RMAUV PVM SKA. .ticks, Hr fck.e-3 tan. Etw. 4Ja-eatMr, -4 it Jtaea. taw I2 taa. Kims -Jaoartawa. i'. :w.wM. lMhtasai Emrrv. Id-rci-pool J . ftrak. ta. Brows. Uvrrptml. Dec 2 .lt.Kt. . N.iitM.iUtaMa.i) rj I. R ., . .BrMc.:taM.ttci.fwBtB4aal "M ' ' ea..C taaa. S r.Ju i lara l.rH, Ct ijaat aalmaau P-c li ..i L $napM, kio. il taa-: aeaiMra AKKJl'ALS r&t SKA. 101 ma. mr. 3 tmmt. CMvaM. Sitka 4a I ( u? tm. m. SB taw UM F. Jm a ) it i.firk.(.Scyw3(v.faiOUaJH3 'I't.r.SrUuM tM 'JUrk 1 'hilt Jm 1 -.....Ua. Br bk UmulMim t Mrxnl. -aa 2. r eat. tote. S umw. Willi ft R r Jaa 3 I ari TMwf. Kr ak 11 ton, tan M- en -cacr JJecS sMtbocfc. V S l.urht-Bii tr. llwarikaa. cm aasuNhlb-I t. ajta. IVra Br xt VaNa Saati tMtt Jte w Mnaua fc ...

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 January 1881

01 10111 -Vol. xiv. Astoria, Oregon, Thursday Morning, January 6, 1881. To. 4. Mn & i GENERAL EASTERN NEWS. r MAIL ASU TKI.HUXAfH. The Morr I'mtid Xmv Yokk, .Inn. i. The Gr-field-Morey leUer eottics lo Kgta. onco more in a plain confession on the pnrt of the paper tHnt jwb l'shed it Uwt it is forgery. The Mar contains the following pr t.culars., winch will mi doubt be tho means of scaling tlie vexed jnestion ferever: 'As jirevionsly published in the Star, it is now a clearly established fact that over zealous friend.- of Garfield, in sub jecting Kennard Phiip to arrest wild indictment on a rharjje of maliciously libelling GarfieM, only liico themselves further away iroin the "real culprit. 13. .1. .layne. formerly a special LnsaMtry agent and expert detective where pre sumable forgeries wore involviKl, nat. devoted much time and labor towards unraveling: the Chinese letter mystery, ami he 1ms ascer tamed that not only tje published letter was a forgery but in what particular ofl...

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 January 1881

f?J KC glxc gnilB stox-fcm. ASTORIA. OREGON: THURSDAY -TAX. G, 1SS1 9.C. IRELtM EiHtor. The CaMMtle Canal. There is no necessity for Tin: Astokiax to explain its poitiou relative to existinjr necessities for speedy completion of the Cascade canal. "Ve are thoroughly understood on tlMit point. No more jaw-bone is wxntcl from us. We publish the Orcgoniaii's ar ticle entire, and endorse the re marks of our correspondent, with this simple additien: That in all times past Tiik Astoria x has bee.! as indefatigable in its efforts to make men see the necessity for this improvement as for .the im provement of the bar; "We propose to keep on at the same rate in future, and if ue can make the Oreuronian see its error in this as we have convinced it of the necessity for the bar 1111- wovements. something will have been accomplished. Personally, from the course re cently adopted by Dalles people towards the editor of Tiik A joniAN, we care but very iittle -whether the appropriation for the locks...

Publication Title: Daily Astorian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
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