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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 6 January 1881

w -V glic Svxila sjqritra. ASTORIA, OREGON: THURSDAY JAN. 0. 1881 ISSUED EVEEY MORNING. .Monday Bxcqk!!. D. C. Ireland. Editor and I'ronrlrlor. r , Astrian Bvildimi, V Street. " - --- 1 Terms of Subscription : served by Garner, per rek ....2J Corns "Sent by mail, four months..... ......5 Sent by mail, one your..... ...... "" Free of Postage to .-xibwrjbers. S"Advertiemonr6 inserted by the year i the rate of SI " t-r square iter Bth. Transient ailvertiinc, by the day r weak. fifty cents jer square lor ueh inertin. T!ie Wvi-klj Aloriau Is a uianmioUi slicet, exactly tioulih the ize of the U.til. It is just the pa per for the fiioide. couUi:ii in all tiontoall thecm lent news, choice mis cellany, agricultural matter, market im ports, etc. It is furnished to single sub scribers at 2 00 per j car in advanee. JSA limited niun.tcrof small adver tisements inserted t established rate-. THECITY. The Daily atokia " tte " 'J matf at 75 ccnf a month, free f postage. Kwa er icJio ciuU.inrUitcaben...

Publication Title: Daily Astorian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 6 January 1881

fj ?vm gnolTj jVstxaXmt, Cumber of Commerce of Astoria. iUSCELLANEOCfe. j ... liiHAHI. S. A. NEVI of each month, uf K r. m.. In the lull of the (Tihm KHtiis .Men i. nnMiaii Asociauon. ASTORIA. OREGON: J. y. a. ituwj.uv. rrcaiaeat y rssrBrTr,T?r wamwA - X' , -ObJs Smmmm .1 WUnjBJoOflW r. esrf?.! Kniehts ol Pvthias. THURSDAY JAN. 6 1SS1 isr S&L.' - aXlMi.. Qsn-WSLsQftf Ator Lodge. No. fi. K. of r. mect(.?M 7aio s&Z -..a " o nj - rt e 11 tsr - r-s r -w r . era fcr n -." - erarj eiiBKiay ovenis? aiT ,5?y3j COMMERCE AND TRADE. o fiwck. in ipc unii wi in .-.j. . . i. Gornr ChemtMu and Ueatoa streot. J r-v-CAvs & -mmrikWm TTatrhn., ' i JIn yJZf,' r 1 i. -l "'s. - wd'-x-r pav vfliiqjgimh: ' wg. J1 I'iimiicutl. Silrer, at ,ar. . Cow xchanie on San rranetaea ' ier cant 4HMtM Cain excnaanc on Near York baying nw : eeflinr. ' to 1 pareanu Lanwl fannera u-. Taiagihic tnmriar an Xw Yacfc 1 nar . famnianu FORT OF ASTOKIA. KXAUY WK&KA. aa Htciu. Br M.M tan, lirao. Uwnwtww. HiMta Nee...

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. — 7 January 1881

f'J sr : ,rol. XIV. Astoria, Oregon, Friday Morning. January 7, 1881. So. 5. he !IPJyitJi WASHIKCJTOX CITY SEWS. Y MAIL AXI TKt.l-. KAI'H. Tin ttiliuiihlit KiT Kar. Washington, Jaw. 5. Setor Slater to-day presented to the senate resoltttious of the Oregon legislature and memorials of the Portland board of trade and As toria chamber of commerce pray ing liberal appropriation for im provement of the bar at the mowih nf t.ke Columbia. An official re-t port on the subject is shortly ex pected from Major Gillespie of the engineer corps, and upon re ceipt of this supplemental report. Slaiicr will introduce a bill to lc based upon its figures. Tin Chillier Trrcilj. W.iiin:tox, .Ian. 5. Uoittuiis sioner Trescott arrived in Wash ington this afternoon, and delivered the Oriinese immigration treaty to the state department, from whose possession it wili be transmitted to the senate bv the President within the next few days, prubnblv Fri day. There is no doubt of its prompt ratification. The com...

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. — 7 January 1881

(2) glxe Srutij storlnu. ASTORIA. OREGON: TPJDAY -TAX. 7, 1SS1 .C. IUELAXlt Editor. The twinkling of the stars is .generally admitted to be due to moisture in the upper air. M. .Monti ngy, in a paper published in .Les MonuVs, holds that very pro nounced twinkling of the stars in dicates either commotion in the upper regions of the atmosphere or a sudden fall of temperature there, thus denoting the condi tions of an early appearance of liad weather. Every now and then some Xew England peion delivers a lecture in which he tells the American people exactly what they ought to do. The average New England lecturer cannot understand what the world would do without his ail vice. One of these oracles says that if Mr. Garfield would satisfy the nation, that is, New England; lie must make his cabinet to cor respond with the names which he, the lecturer; proposes. He does not exactly name Whittier for secretary of war, but comes as near to such nonsense as he ran. That notorious fraud, Roehefor...

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. — 7 January 1881

(3) give Hultj storimx. ASTORIA, OJtEGONi FRIDAY JAN. 7, 188 ISSUED EVERY MORNING. (Monday Excepted). D. C. Ireland, Cdltor and Proprietor. Axtunan UnUdiuii, ty.a$ Strmt. Terms of Subscription ; sdred by Currier. ior weefc.........J5 Cents by mail. fosr mentis-. ..St 'JO Sent by mail, one year-.,.-. ............. i ou Free of P?uio wxabseribors. c-.-idvertiemoms inprted br thu year at the rate of SI V ier square per wBtb. Transient advertising, by the day or week, fifty cents iur .jre for eneh innrtin. The Weekly iMoriau. Is a iiwiiiiiiothTi, ...wily .l..MUIi. the size ot tin Daily. It is jiM tin jta- per for tin fireside, contain u4 m addi tion to nil tin eurient news, choice iiiis-ct-.lauy.arH'tiltMral matter, uiarkei i port, "etc. It i.s luniislieil to .single miI- M-nutTs al a-l IK) ikt year in nurawr. I-irA limited imuoeiof ihI! wlvcr-i liMriUfiii-. inserted at established nU THECITY. Thk Daily a-tokian tali It ui ' tmU al 75 ecu a mmtth.frw i4ayr, H' erf icfoi amhinnAtlcultsrt...

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. — 7 January 1881

CHI ASTORIA. OREGON: FRIDAY TAX. 7. 1SS1 GOMMEBGEAHD TRADE. Ciiiam-inl. Silver, at iar. Ota ehana on Sap FranciM ' per eaait prutMMtn. Cmm evetiaiure 'ew York fcajrfaac tmr: c4ttK. Mol pereeaK. Lwl Tandem tr. TUtcnpic tnutffers Naw Yrfc 1 iwr oant. pcam'mm. PORT OF ASTOKIA. BKAPi FOB SKA. ltg Hk&. Br bk.Kt Kuw QltMWl, IMi Xeed. hrfc ISM (a. Bnaa. ifmM-wum, Cfcaft6oc.aU. mtmm Emery. Uruiwri Dm S Imi ItMuiUtMH, Mrvwm. Utiyiil. AncS -aimcs. itMM fl urn,. IiMiw Mr Jan 4. If alani pb. Mr hk. " t . Paata. Qwwitm J I Me.k.R!u.t.l.Jn2. lmr. Rrbk. CUXaaa, aaaUw. Itec 12 KAmm M. ffiaaawoa A, lil taa. qautmmiw Dec 3 Ktagleader. IS' fa. Bray. (Jawiwrta Dec A RiU VA IA MOM SKA . !. Mr Ms. Peawi Xewoutlf. Xte W Ja fi lalManm -r. C4 Ma. ChrroM. Jfetka Jm 4 OafanatM a Kit Uw KoJr k r Jan a Timrium. Br i. mm. -Scjt . fm CUawtta 3 Otter. Br bk. ' JtrL CJmI Jaa 2 Aiaiia. Br a. at.lia.i Rrzit..laX iJrwHM. hc S . AiUuiw. 1' Jan 3 Rati IVrLj. KrbkW ln fakfajMikcDKl Sbaferwk. L" h laxM-tramr ar. tSero...

Publication Title: Daily Astorian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 8 January 1881

0 SOT tvxittti. Astoria, Oregon, Saturday Morning. January 8, 1881. Vol. xiv. So. 6. ffl yTTnl Baa GENERAL EASTERN SEWS. BT MAIL AND TKMWKAril. Shake VlH I'p. Chicago, Jan. 6. The TrHmiio's New York special, eoiiiiiientiii on the Morey matter, says: When Lonergun, the detective, decides to tell his story there will be x shaking- up such as has not been before heard of in connection with the affair. He has chosen lo re main silent until .layne sliould make some definite charge, and now that the insinuation has Ixmmi thrown out it is quite probable there will be an airing of the ques tion that may not be to the liking of some who have endeavored to fallen the guilt on outside parties. Advance on Orkt:ili:im:i. Si. Louis, Jan. G. George M. Jackson, one of the Ocklahania colony leaders, returned this morn ina'. H says that when he left there were 100 colonists till in camp, and a new plan had been adopted, to be put in force as socn as the weather mildest prac ticable. The idea of going...

Publication Title: Daily Astorian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 8 January 1881

UJ VE gftc ?3nUB sixrrtau ASTORIA. OREGON: -SATURDAY JAN. S. IBS P. C. IBFLAMI Keillor. Ship Legislation. A correspondent of the Herald complains of the pigeon holei into which every legislative project ad vocated by the friends of free ships has until now found an early grave. Many bills, he says, have been of fered, but none reported. When referred to committees, the were promptly consigned to oblivion as -by some unknown influence. Up on the si following piopositious he declares that the free ship men are generally united: 1. The ad mission to American register of all vessels over three thousand ton-, subject to the same laws regarding ownership that now prevails; 2. The admission of all materials to be used in the construction and repairs of vessels of over three thousand tons, duty free; 3. The adoption of a new tonnage meas urement, based on actual carrying capacit', and excluding the space occupied by engines and boilers and accommodations for officers and crews; 4. Exemption...

Publication Title: Daily Astorian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 8 January 1881

3 glxs ailB stcrcfcm. ASTORIA, OREGON-. SATURDAY JAN. S, 16S1 SSUED EVERY XOBNING. ('Monday Exceptcdi. li C. Ireland, Editor aud Proprietor. V Astonan linildiwj. Case Strwt. Terms of Subscription : served by Carrier, per week !J5 Cents Sent by mail, four months..... ....... 5 W -ent by mail, one" year ....... s K Free of Pestaco ta.nuberibers. SST Adverttfemoms in-orted by the year at the rate of SI ) ier square ter mwi.h. Transient Hdvertiinc. by th day w week, fifty cents per square for eeb iBMRiM. Tlie Weekly AMoriuu Is a mammoth -sheet, exactly .(miliie the size of the Daily. It is just the tm perfortlie fireside, eonUininj in addi tion to ail the eunent news choice niis cellanv, agricultural matter, market re ports, etc. It i turni.shed to niiifile sub scribers at 52 o() per year in advance. Z-i?. limited nuiiiocr oi miihij aover ti"ements inserted at established rates. THECIT. Tub Daily astokian mil c ait hy mail at 75 cent a iiumUt.fretoJ jtoxtagt. limn er who eontomplatcahhe...

Publication Title: Daily Astorian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 8 January 1881

m 4t.c gnxXtj gistsrxmx. Cfcamber or Commerce of Astoria. Regular meeting every lit and 3d Monday of each innuth. :it 1 v. u.. in the hull of the Young Men's Christian Association. J. Q. .V. KOWJ.BY. President MISCELLANEOUS. vj it. BRYANT. s. a. keviile: ASTORIA. OREGON: Q&"&yrCiiw. . oih " v Saturday:. ..JAN. S 1SS1 COrflMERCLE AND TRADL rinunciitl. Silver, at par. Own exchange on San Francis i per ett Cain oxan on New lark bariac par: EoHtAr. ' u 1 parewrt. Lagal Tea4er par. Telegraphic transfers Kw Yerk 1 per ecnu Hatmt. I'OKT OF ASTOK1A. lT KkA. Mr M. M ta. !. Xi Keed. kai 1W toaa. Mnaa. -aMii. Lacs. Nrtt 7W tea. Mrova. UwiiihI- Deett SAIUK. (Imm m. S unm. IiMwmi. 1" Jaa J. JMMe. Mr bk. ? : Ihm. Jaeat.w Jm 1 Mricau4tt(M. fc r. Jam i. limu RrH. tM. QiiwiOow. Hjc 51 teM X. fciatMa. ui. l4 IMS. QaeemtM Dee 31 Jtitaaer. a lSa taa. Bray. tJeMMlava lec W AitttiVALs emu SKA. m l)w. Mr bk. IVea Newcastle. XW 4m a Oritterata. Mr. 1 mm. Carroll. ita Jm I (MMMte. . K2t Ufe nWlW Sr....

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. — 9 January 1881

-trmmmmmmmmmmmqmIBB (') set Astoria, Oregon, Sunday Morning, January 9;-1881. To. 7. Vol. XIV. wk$ Statu) imtmmm GENERAL EASTERN EWS. BT MA It A'1 TKtKGKAI'H. Indian Asenls Krappolulcd. Vahinv.ton, Jhii.7 The presi dent 1ms nominated hs Indian agents .1. H. Wilbur for the Yaki ma agency and H. H. Milroy for the Nesqually agency Washington territory. The Indiana Uraillnrk T man atoms, .Ian. ?. The senatorial deadlock coHtiiiues. A democrat this morning offered a compromise in the shape of a reso lution declaring the election of S. H. liice, democrat, principal secre tary, and Monroe and Sears, re publicans, assistant secretary and doorkeeper; lost by a tie vote, the republicans and Poindextcr op posing it. Tlir rw cerclnrv Wamiinc.to.v, Jan. 7. Nothing of public importance transpired at the cabinet meeting to-day. The new secretary of the navy, Gen. GoiV, was in attendance. This morning he assumed charge of the department, signed business which has accumulated during the past few day...

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. — 9 January 1881

lx Cz-1 5fi gltc injtB stornix. ASTORIA. OREGON: 'SUNDAY .TAX. 9. 1SS . C. lEELAND .Edifor. The 'ew Commander. Gen. Nelson A. Miles, who is to succeed Brigadier General 0. O. Howard in command of the de partment bf Columbia, is compli mented as follows by the Bismarck Tribune. "The Northwest loses in the person of Miles one of its truest friends. His interview at St. Paul shows that he never neg lects an opportunity to speak kindly of the people of the North west of its people and its pros pects. Because this is so, it is possible that being called to a higher station he may be able to lo us more good than he could Jiave done by remaining. Cioak crs may say what they will, tht Jndian troubles are praetically ended. It only needs common sense in management, and justice in treatment, to end forever the Indian troubles of the United States, and Gen. Miles deserve-? much credit for the long btrides made by eur government to ward the peint where this hope may be realized. Give the Indian...

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. — 9 January 1881

-n,i.n a l(lLf i, Jju? mi KUt,Ul?' m glxs iulij gistarfcro. ASTORIA, OltEGON: SUNDAY JAN. 9. 1SS1 ISSUED EVERY MORNING. V (Monday Eicet'tedi. B. C. Ireland, Editor and Proprietor. Astorian Bntidhtq, Caxs Street. Terms of Subscription : served by Garner, per Tetsk-..... Coatf Eent by mail, four months .........SI 00 Sent by mail, one year.............. J W Freo of Postage to Suboribws. THE FATED LUPATA. Xot a Soul Saved. TIic steam light-house tender, Mary Taylor, succeeded in getting to Tilla- Ioss of the Glenfnien. Tlie first intimation in Portland of the loss of the Glonfruen came to Mr. McKey, in a dispatch from London! Z" Advertisements inserted by the year hi the rate of SI i ior square per month. Transient advertising by the day r woofc. fifty cents per square for each msortiw). The Weekly .Vsloriau. Is a mammoth sheet, exactly double the size of the Daily. It K just the pa per for the HTeid,coiitAiithi in addi tion to all the cunent Hews, cIkhVc mi-j-eellany. agricultural mat...

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. — 9 January 1881

cv ?-i nilij gtstoriftix. ASTORIA. OREGON: SUNDAY IAN. 0, 1SS1 COMMERGIAND TRADE. Financial. Silver. Ht par. Cm exchange on San l'raaei per cart prenuum. Cum eaenans mi Mew York haying r: Mttinc tiol pareent. Lwl Tenoera mur. TdworaiiWe tnuMfer wb Saw Yrfc 1 ir em-rtiiM. PORT OF ASTORIA. KKAitr rOBSKA. WmAm i CM aea KaMea & F. Jan -ILnar Htckm. Rr MlM Urn, hvana. QimmMM, Wa s MiwiB Heed. (MTfc MM . Brian. acwM wn. Bee 31 Ulua4a.anip.UMaa Katcf). Masr-wal IHrS hAtUCa. ,aa. Br bk 75 MM. Wwwrn. Lwenwl Jaa 7 W-tn a. fl cen Pteaunaa. Ik t Jam I. Mtamc. Kr h.7 tM Umis. Jnerat a Jm I J4niac.ach.n2 MM. te I'. 4n 1 Jmns. tfWuO mm. giwwwi. Pit JIM M. MINHH. QUfMUHO Jtaanliaiwr.aa t2M mm. Har. Qaratn Dm 9 4 Kit I 'A Ls KfiWJT SIM. &!SeofCaMnMa.a.ttMieM. ieMje) fra t. K Uimiln Br hk. Pnr J.eMde, XfeW Jaa UattConna. tr. fi UMt. Catrcll fetha 4an t flwhaw. Rr - ta atermtfr. fat Otaca Jan X OtMr. Kr Vk. Ma Utarfc li Joa S A. Br M. 7S4twhw. f KraBM.Jaa2. (MM. bra;. 312 iv illiaaM. fe r 4aa ...

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. — 11 January 1881

V) mkt Vol. xiy. Astoria, Oregon, Tuesday Morning, January 11, 1881. o. 8, GENERAL EASTERN XEWS. KT UAIL. AKD TKI.PWKArit. rimlj f Moar.T New Youk. Jail. S. The banks hold $4,319,000 above legal re quirements. (.'Id Weather IsnlH In irsinia. Phtkusbik, Va., .lan.S. There :s a very henry snow storm to-da' along the Petersburg and "Weldon lailroad; weather rery cold. .No More I'ree I.alior. run a;o. Jan. S. The members f the common council white en 3"-d in committee f the whole ;n ieviing municipal ordinances. ic-olrod to hereafter pay them .selves Uo for each day of actual VMT1CC. Daminse I). lee. I. I i wi xx ati. .Jan. otn. Aoout $100,000 to J.150,000 worth of barges have been destroyed forty miles above and below here by ice -orres. The lo;s is divided among; about twenty firms. 1 he steuincr Lyttle is in bad shape and may be mined. She is now in eighteen feet of water. WASHINGTON CITY NEWS. KT MAIL AXDTttl.WSRAPH. The Astoria Brninr. "Washington, Jan. 8. Amemo lial was filed in t...

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. — 11 January 1881

C2 e pic Sailij storXun. ASTORIA. OREGON: TUESDAY AN. 11. lSSl . C. inELAXI Editor. George Brinton McCIellan istlie Generals full name. President Hayes announces his intention of going to Europe with Mrs. Hayes next summer. Although conGnctl to his bed, Professor Darwin is still able to read and prosecute his researches werkins: onlv in the moniin? from "C to ten o'cloek. His stomach is most severely affected, and he ex periences great bodily debility. The irrepressible Kecnan, late cf the Okolona States, has started a lurid shret at Memphis, called the Solid South. In his salutatory he prays God "the day be not far distant when the Union will be come a thing for worms to feed upon." The fallow should be abolished. Chief Justice Waite os in a handsome briek and brownstone house on Rhode Isiand avenue, "Washington. It is pleasuntly adapted for entertaining, and is full of pictures, books and orna ments. The Chief-justice does all his work in a charming hbrarv on the second floor. It ...

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. — 11 January 1881

31 glis gnityj Qstovlmx. ASTORIA, OREGON. TUESDAY JAN. 11, 1S81 ISSUED EVERY MORNING. (Monday Excepted). D. C. Ireland, Editor anil I'ronilotor. -4.rionui lin'ddiut, Cass street. Terms of Subscription ; tcrred by Carner. per veek... .25 Cents Bent by mail. furiBOBtbs.... ......2 0 Sent by mail, cno year.....-........... 'W Free of Powiure toHbacriberfc. Advertisement niert6d by the year m the rate f SI ."V' i-oruare ior month. Tranfiont Htlvertisinr, by the day r week, fifty cents j.er square fur tMcb nferti. TIip Weekly Aslorinu Is a nmuuitoth sheet, exactly double the ia' of tin Daily. It - ju4 the m per for the lireiie, '-oitUiniii;; in mlili tion to all the current news, rltfrfrt iais ce.iany. arietiluiral matter, market re ports, etc. It is furmtlieil to Millie -l-senbers Ht 00 ikt jear in advance. J-ST"A iiiuitd itiuit.il of himJJ adver tNeinmiU inserted at tstjtli!i4t'(l rates. TIIE0ITY. Thk Daily a-tohia "U ' "rut 'v matlatoicAl n innntk.frfcitf ffMn-. Iim"' erf who cntiin;t...

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. — 11 January 1881

cvi ?-;fte 53aaJg sXaximx. Chamber of Commerce of Astoria. Rcgnlnr meeting every 1st and 3d Monday of each month, at 7V? v. if., in the hall of the Young Men's Christian Association. J. (. .V. ROWI.BY. President MISCELLANEOUS. w .i. 3rrTArri. NEVILLE ASTORIA. OREGON: r-zzs?X' "1ft jmri. v s-A TUESDAY.. .7 AN. II. 1SSJ COMMERCE AHD TRADE. riiiaiiriul. Silver, at jtr. Ohm exchange mi Ssr Kmoetcco aer cw prcmirua. Goi wKetuMne n Xr Yartt lMqrms jaw: Lwm1 Tn4n mu-. TetacrafdoW taaavfere m 3 aw Yrk 1 iar sent, prewiaai. tokt or ASTOK1A. KHAliY FOMSKA. ')! i I"!- tM. Qam-nat a Jaa W iMir Hat. Rr bk.lM tm. Jlraaa. wni. a Kiwia 1Ud. aarfc !2M Maw. IMaa. (fraa-aatawa. ttacJ tia1ai.awj..l1aiMai Kaatnr. Uwn-1 Dec 2: SAIbK. Xattl- Hand afc tfi ttf Mwijwn s,K4aa CMtaMk. )mh Mtdata t F. Jaa t Laros Br I. 74 tea. lJa. Uau-anal. Jaa 7 Oiww a. mm. PiiwIwm. it Fdaa 1. Mwm. Mr hk. W . Ban, tireea-rfava Am I Ma4ar.wa.442 taaa. 8 P. J 2. lrta.Vbk. Wmm. gmmw. Dar II Adaat M. Sta-anaa. n, MM !. QawaaMawa ...

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. — 12 January 1881

m xr Vol. xiv. Astoria, Oregon, Wednesday Morning, January 12, 1881. :sTo. 9. fflie ISJI'JPJf J'll'Il' GENERAL E ASTERS NEWS. TIT MAIL AN1 TKI.KCIt.VPH. .sort Weather at sew lork. Nkw "Tokk, J. 10. Through last nights nun, following yester days heavy snow full, and through the warm sunshine of to-day, the streets are made ninning canals, squares are lakes and sidewalks cjuagmircs. The storm extended all alon; the coast. New Hamp shire has 14 inches of sttow and a heavy rainfall. :ld Wcalher Ih llir Wcl. Chicago, .Ian. 10. It i& much colder to-day. The thermometer early this morning registered IS below. In the western states generally the weather is very severe. It is reported to have been IS below at Portage, "Wis. Killer Cold. Fokt M.vdwix, la., Jan. 10. Thermometer 24 below at the penitentiary this morning; 20 be low in the heart of the citv. Mayer's 3rcssage. To the Honorable tin- Common council of the city of Asteiia: ("ii:xti.kmk: lcveliiig Ihom in order tliat they may make...

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. — 12 January 1881

tn glic gnili QslnxXxin. ASTORIA. OREGON: "WEDNESDAY JAN. 12. 1SS1 J.C. IREL1XI Editor. The Asnual Sauna-. The London Saturday' Review discussing the growing scarcity of sound iurestmenL securities abroad, sa-s that only :i few years ago United States bonds could be bought to return 7 ami S per cent, and patiently inquires. Where can securities such as these be found to give a like income? Consols yield only about 3 per cent. Even Russian and Hungarian bonds, great as the risk attached to them, pay an inetor no more that 5i to Gi per cent. Stock ex change prices are extremely high, iind the permanent tendency of events is to lower the interest of money. The principle cause of this the writer attributes to tin magnitude of the savings in the more advanced countries of the world. Jn Great Britain alone there are 200,000,000 waiting in vestment. Jn France the anHual savings are about 40 00,000,0 00. The writer directs attention to the great and rapid growth of the United States, aud he...

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