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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 29 January 1881

m 0 glxc galls stcrrlau. ASTORIA, OREGON: SATURDAY JAN. 29 1SS1 ISSUED EVERY MORNING. Mnlay Excoutodi. D. V. Ireland, Editor aud Proprietor. Admttn lUiifdiitt, iVuw Slrtvt. Terms of Subscription : carved by Gamer, per wet .. Cent Sent by mail. fur inenth.... ....... W Sent by mail, one yean.. ....... 3 no free f Pofuuje tbecriber.. -r AdvertueujenU' inserted by the year nx. the rate of SI V) fur tMirc per HMMiih. rraneient a.lvortisicz. by the day or week. Sfty cent per waarc fer eh inartin. The WreMy A-torlaii is a mammoth sheet, exactly double the size of lite Dail. It i jnt the jw terforthe fireside, coiitaiiiiiiil in lU tion to all tin' current m vs. clioiee mi cvllanv. agricultural matter, market ie htU, etc. It i iiiriii-hed to single Mtb-&criber- at 2 ) per year iu advance. 23T limited numner of mmrU adver tisements inserted at established rnte.. THECITY. Thk Daily aktohian Mitt ie 'nf v mailatliccttiK a tn'Hilk.'rvc" jiKf. . erf. icJut ctnttcmiiUilLalwmct tr-na tkr rtiy ...

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 January 1881

C) -..lax gitilu stoximu ASTORIA. OREGON: SATURDAY JAN. 29. 1SS1 COMMERCEAHD TRADE. FiiianeiHl. Silver, at par. Coin xebuK on Sm FraaeiM-o M pr cHt premium. CoiD &efcaiuce on New Yirk WyiiK rr: soUine;, t to 1 irott. Legal Tmdere par. TcloerttHwe tnwfue-" n Kev Yrk 1 per 'UKT OF A25TOK1A. SAll-Kn (Hrl Bh. kHHI Mas. Ur; 1. CfolaMtoM -.. 5JW tfl hllB S K. Jw if . OrM, rc at vii. H'iU-mm. 1" 4mm U Orecau . 336 Mb. lShhwn. fi t J t. ARRIVAIA MOM SV.A. A rober. tr Wt. 7 tr-. M.mwjt. BrMfcate. Jan 31 Harr. Jm M Jan tt Walrfe. Wt ." . Uct-. S F Jn Alvtu. H - c. iVMw. MtiifcaiW . Jm i Pradeat r bV. J I I" 4mm. li Craa-r Kr IA Mm tw Onriomi Ay- II . I r.atttam Rrh tunMtwin ftuWUcnJan Ask. Br I. tti. ?tM.f' UraaM.AMl. hNtorlClt. C S IU-Hrti M Staff. J VOfSKff OA THJ-. A. E-rH Atrn-riraii tr,I-. MwcJoc CI fi tOtk. S F. J Ml 2t. Jji4. -h. IMC Ims TrwirMlc K . rui HmMrctti Hew 't IimAmw. Kil ..vti-'irl f i V . l'Tt A Y Jut H Cfown" 'I-' Vmi . Jmt t. Prom f'orots:' lrt. fce rti. AMI. Sr. . 'J...

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. — 30 January 1881

-PI wtovittn. Vol. xiv. Astoria, Oregon, Sunday Morning. January 30, 1881. 2Jo. 25, Proceedings of thel Teachers Insti tute. Astoria, Orem Jait.2S.lKSl. Teachers institute convened at ilj o'clock a. m.. and was culletl to ornor by Prof. L. Powell, state sWjrinten dent of public instruction. Exercises began w ith music. attr which a prayer wna offered by Prof. Powell. Mr. Powell thun male a few opeiim" remarks, explaining tae ob ject f this institute and tlte duties of Ii. ..i.. ,.A tLL.,f t !.. d.,. .,,...,1 i.vtAmliiWrflml uikiiw all the i :i.i.. ..r .i. ................:... I aavanta;e.s possiutc t me fjfpw . i class. Words pronounced by teacher and written I13' pupil on slate, required words, of two or more syllables to le divided as in spelling books, accented etc, slates exchanged for cortection. Standius marked and slates returned to owner. Another method is letting; each pu pil 'correct his own slate- ami marking the standing. Oral exercises in spell ing, with and without pro...

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. — 30 January 1881

tzJ xz Sailu gistovlnu. ASTORIA. OREGON: -SUNDAY ....TAX. 30. 1881 fc. C.IRELAND Editor. Railroad Earnings. The annual report of the Gv ernment director of the Union Pacific railroad btatcs that the gross earnings of tho company for 18S0 are estimated at $25,000,000, of which the branch lines only earned about $'2,500,000. The Union division probably earned $15,750,000, and the Kansas di Tision G,50,U00, showing an in crease ever the previous year of -$2,549,000 for the former, and a large pioportionat' increase for ' the latter. This is accounted for by the fact that consolidation stopped competition, ami allowed business to go into iu natural channel of transportation. The operating expenses for lSt0 are -estimated at 44 per cent, on the Union division, and about 00 per cent, on the Kansas division, in cluding renewal and taxes. The Pullman sleeping car contract will expire neaityear, and unless anew contract can be made, on a liberal basis, in trlrioh the railroad com pany will b...

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. — 30 January 1881

p) gltc gaili stflriau. ASTORIA, OREGON: SUNDAY JAN. .'50, 1SS1 ISSUED EVERY MORNING. iMonday Excepted. . C IrtJamt, Editor and Proprietor. AaUman Bmldinq, Cass Street. ff Terms of Subscription : tarred by Carrier, per reefc .....2 Cent Sect by mail. fwir month...-.-... . Oa Sent by mail, one year ..... .. . $ ' free of PHtce t ubstriber?. " Advertisements inserted by the year at the rate uf 21 "o ier iuure per month. Transient advertl-im:. by the day r iveok. fifty cents iior square for each intortiwi. The Wcc-fcl AMorlau Is a mammoth heet. exactly double the Hze of the Daily. It i ju-t the ia porforthe lire.shle, couuimn in addi tion to all the eurreut news, clmie mi eellany, agricultural matter, market re ports, etc. It is luriiisheel to -in;Ie sub wriuers at s2 00 per year hi advance. 33TA limited mun.ier of inall adver-liM-iuenN inserted at established rat. THECITY. Tub DAtLV asioui.v rl 1 . 'j; rniilit 70 enntt a itumlU.ift nf n4mir. Hum eri ichi euittctniiM'.alCHctJrnn ihr cl...

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. — 30 January 1881

01 StUlH Qsl&VXXVU ASTORIA. OREGON: SUNDAY. -JAN. .10, 18S1 COMMEHCEAHD TRADE. Finnueiul. Silver, at . Com JiciMUMW m Stw PrasKe ir mm jtrfltHinm. Own mmmum m Str Yer Using mn iattiw;. S I Hw9t Lral TMMlr liar. Tebwrap: traa- aa Xe lafK I pw east. iTeMtiMK. I'O RT OF ASTOKIA. KKADY WK SKA. AAlbKf. Kat ler. Wr 1 a tmm. !.. J Orb. brc. t! . WrifcaM. V Omnht. mm k 1' Jm NnF tUr. Hr 7Ma. ! AMMt'AlA rHOM SKA. ArBr. br W.7Imni- Mercw. nir. 4aa Kate Mrf Aaa.f-irai r!i '. l.ljw. " j YPttim. WVC J twuk. 1. S V JL h.,-,m Ur )ark. TM tM.. IVnoa) I'r bi. if tnr ! Jail II On' r ttr i.t. 5tan KortMM ,Mrw ! II ,! r hk. rwr SrmtmHte. ' J r , zi t."szi:z:,:iiciii'!.ri mb3 . Kr ! J sTta-s. 1 iiHait .ira " .... 11 Mr bk. sia1arV iM4a3 j rtaHM Otter. Mr bk. W (w AsU BclV THU- . t" llrmni. 4mS. lHnV. I l-li.u-e Ewpw. i' VKSSKL&V I'tlt. KAi, From Amrriraii S'ort. tTulaaiam .. K ! WJI. P. Jaa Mcc. -c. n w b P. -1" It- . TrMtHf. -.. ' h MeAHeri S P. Jaa 3 iana h. II Ina-. Tfi lmitr. 3t. . MaK v ' M...

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 February 1881

0) Astoria, Oregon, Tuesday ilorniu;; February 1, 1881. No. 26. Vol. xiv. gj w y fflie US ift t lm afitttriira. GENERAL EASTEKX NEWS. . J r.T&IAU. AND TKI.HCKAI'H. Kuthrr Northern r.vj.lorcr Thinks 11.. , .irnnut'ltr Sale, i Xiw Yokk, Jan. 28. A r-' ',... . , , ! porter of tin Tribune mtervn-wed J Captain llowmte respecting the ' pronosed relief to be sent to the; 1 Jeannette. lie said: niiiyoj)iii - ;.. -Knr.n ; iifnr1 Tnr unvir'tv fur' JWI1 11111 J lV 11V' - .. -, - - - i thf safety of the vessel. We know that she was properly fitted out -with everything, including sleds and dogs, and if she has been caught in an ice floe and crushed those on board would undoubtedly have, had time to go over the ice to th" mainland and thence to Siberia and M. retersburir, whence we' shoul4. heai'bv teh-graph of their i .arrival, l ou cannot, can tins ease , and the one of the two whalers that were lwht parallel. The whal ers only had an ordinary wlialiii". outfit, while on the JVannette they ...

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 February 1881

" m glic JjiiUij stavinu. ASTORIA. OREGON: TUESDAY FEB. 1. 1S81 .C.IHIXAM Editor. The Now State. The all-absorbing question in Dakota at the present tihi is the division of the territory on the 4Cth parallel and the admission of the southern half into the union as a. full-Hedged state. The ctfnsus iaken the 1st of June showed that the portion of the territory seek ing state rights was composed of a population numbering 00,000, leav ing iu the northern hnlf of the territory oO.OGO. .Since the taking of the census then lias been a large immigration's in both sec tions. In the southern half of the territory the Chicago, Milwaukee and St, Paul, the Chicago and Northwestern, and the Chicago, St. Paul, Minneapolis and Omaha railways have constructed ami ironed over four hundred miles of railway during the past -ear, and have over two hundred miles more graded ami ready for the iron. These companies have about Mven 'hundred miles of railways now in operation in the southern portion of 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. — 1 February 1881

m glic glaflij stxntfmu ASTORIA, OREGON: TUESDAY FEB. 1 1SS1 ISSUED EVERY MORNING. (Monday Exeentedu V. C. Ireland, Editor and Proprietor. AAunau Bvuditiq, Cans street. Terms of Subscription : served by Garner, per -rook ...2" Owhjs Sent by mail. xnir inMtk$...- ..3 W ect by mail, cae year... .. ... ' free f Pos-utse tt i-Hbfcribors. -Advomeuiooisitortedly thejwir at tberatoofSI V) j.orsaaiireper HMmth. lranBicntadvertiMnK. by the day or wet. fifty cent per square fur eacii iBturtMm. Tin; Weekly .istoriuu JS a mammoth lieet, exactly double ' . . . Ue size of the Daily, it is jum tlie pa per for tlie fireside, wmtainin in addi tion to ali the rurrtMit news, choice mis- ccllany.agncultural .matter, "jark.-t ij-j ports, et- It is furnished to singk' .miI- i fecribers at :! 00 per jear iu advance. STVA limited num.H'r of small adver tisements inserted at established rales. TIIEJDITY. The Dailv aktouian iciU - -etit tu tntHlat'ScculK a intmth.frfftf i-toyc Ittnn ere ivho amtimpUUc alicci...

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 February 1881

M) 'pl ax? ititij storfrrcu ASTORIA. OREGON: TUESDAY. ... FEU. 3. 1881 GOMMERGEAHD TRADE. Fiiiniifirtl. Silver, Jt rnr. Coin exfe.iie o San Fwiwiwt V jnr wml premium. Coin exeftsuuw on New rk Wyir hw: &oI1uik. 4 to 1 prcM. Lrcal fmiari tmr. Tolojcmdiic u-Hmifo$ Kw Trk 1 ier PORT OF ASTORIA. kr.AUY lUH SUA. sAIL,K. Ma:CatHrsia. . mm. Bufciam- .Ian Su ttrt r-. Im- t Sat l. lrertwul. ! s r Orient. Wk 21 tn. xViHiannt. M'J Court-v. soM S. ! . Jam iZ )lofnj Hy. ilrWi 7ts. Jan 94 uims yftoM sua. Ornmm . H tew. lVifchiiim. h I' .la :i Arofeir. krHuW . .M 11 Kate 4 Am.. -mm h S- tmm. l.tK. '"W j Hartxsr. Jmi 2 i)wfhR -- tMKivrwwr. f ( 4w S I Astbw. Mr Mi u hh. f . Hwjit. - . VXSSKJ UA ri. Jl. IVant Aiurricun I"'!. (-1mhk 571 tH HJ' R r. J Tra-ic. . T tow-. MeARcv h K. Ji.r Canu fc Iht tmn. Tfiittrtw S K I Nova K-l IU- w-r. -i f4- n.u. M Kit X V J IC I CJtMBu" i. Nmi V '. ! J. Urnr Wrawlow. AwM. iMm i'k.U4 -) IX-c J8. AriffH. Shc. Jife. tuns. lUntttiarmiR. iti- hurz, Oct Id Ar?o pr NV ft...

Publication Title: Daily Astorian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 2 February 1881

0) tartan Astoria, Oregon, Wednesday Morning, February 2, 1881. Vol. xiv. No. 27 She GENERAL EASTERN NEWS. IlY MAIL AND TKI.KGKATH. The Uerman-lcw lli .lsilalloii. Hi:i:i.in, -Inn. Two scliool touchers lmve been reprimanded for a personal encounter with a Jew. in Transcnr, and one fined for taking part in an anti-Jewish agita tion. .Missouri Appeal. Jkitkkson- City, Jan. :2i). The senate adopted a concurrent resolu tion asking the congressmen of Misonnto advocate the opening of ( Iklahaina to settlement and to tin west of St. I.oui- and San Fiancisco railroad. lllrmpl slnm thM lrl,Mr ' Tiirrisurr Ni-w York, .Jan. :'.). The paper iu which the Morey letter appeared iilK its first page to-day with documentary testimony intended to .show that vice-president elect Arthur was not born in Vermont and is a native of Canada. The evidence goes mainly to disprove his ermont nativity. i Mirccs-nil IVr;i cm 1'ishin .cl. j vVamiintios, Jan. olat. The I nitcd States fish commission re cently, thro...

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

gfie glinlxs stoviatu ASTORIA. OREGON: "WEDNESDAY FEB. 2, 1881 . C. iniXA.NI tall tor. 'What Causes Lynching. The papers 5ji the eat are all Tery much worked up over the first lynching: that ever took place in Pennsylvania. They arc loud in their demands that tiie farmers who did the lynching hould be punished. Snyder, the man lynch cd, brutally killed two respectable people as they slept, and left three helpless children orphans. He acknowledged the crime. There are other circumstances connected -irith the deed that make it one of the most atrocious tragedies on record. Of course lynching is wronir, but it is the trickeries of law that make lynching common. A recent Nebraska paper says in referring t discharge's of murder ers on technicalities: "It is not a little singular that all these de cisions are made practically to favor the vicious and the criminal. There is not one, we venture to say, among all the decisions of our Supreme-court, that has rendered justice more certain or m...

Publication Title: Daily Astorian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 2 February 1881

f? gfoc fjiutij storXgn. ASTORIA, OREGON: "WEDNESDAY FED. '2 1881 ISSUED EVERY MORNING. t.Monday Excepiedi. 51. C. Ireland, Ldllor and Proprietor. Astortan BnihUhtj, Cas Street. Terms of Subscription ; served by Carrier, per reok.. ....2o Cents ct by mail, four months. ....... Of 2t by mail, obo year.... ............. s "0 Free of Pcstace te Subscribers. " Advertisements jwerted by the year at the rate of $1 jH per square per tmmih. Transient advertis-ins:. by the day r week, tfiy cents per square for each insertitwi. Tin- Yteckly .Utitrinu is a uiniiiuiotli sheet, exactly double the size of the Daily. It is just tin iw i r for the fireside, contain'm;? hi audi tion l all the current news. clioW inis cellanv. agricultural matter, market re ports, etc. It i tarnished to single xiib- nlicrs at z'2 00 tn year in advance. 5T"A limited iituimer of small adver tisements inserted at established rate. THECITY. Thb Daily a-tukia' riH Ie oj, mcxlat'oCCHt a rrwuth. tn,1 itwr. Itmo ere u,hitcmt...

Publication Title: Daily Astorian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 2 February 1881

U) ?.to gUixXtj st&ximu ASTORIA. OREGON: "WEDNESDAY FEU. 'J. 1SS1 COMMERCE AHD TRADE. IMnaiictiit. Silver, At par. Gmk e.cbm:e n Sm Francisco J jhjt eMM pram am. Cm eKeteanse o New York tair ir: LmebI Tmlew ht. Tul wi'hie tmnrfur h Xev Yrt 1 per oom. iwmbumo. rORT OK AjJTOKIA. KKAItY SOU SKA. saimcc. JC-i tM'.WH mm. L.-cf-. & OrHU tot, an U-to. WiUnum. S V Atm 34 Omiw. e -S. I". Ja a JUMifwr Swr. Rrl Ski. .mi W A Kit I X'A LS MOM SKA. Ai'dnr. ktt.i lfl-. .Mermr. rtrinlwim. .Im 3 Ktea4 AMM-MaM ch. 4! tw-!.. GJ 4tfttM. Kr fern. 71 . Omwiw. riiwf. Jm i IVMltt. Fr M. MK tw h I' Amu li Ohwhy Br kit WlK HnnwM Ajrw .)m ! Dswattf- r bk. IVtMf N'ubI. J.&W ! B titter. NrU. Hi 'lark- h Jm Alaia. HrU i t-Snm. f Krwt. '. !rm Aiii'rir:m I'm!-. CriMBiaa ". 1W1 im hwtW S F. .! M4ci-ui.44: lone, h t..1M i. Oani4fc. -. I MM im. TriTlrnl X. r Klw. .r i Urte. li I1mU4ii. Jn U Jbnptre. - NVw n UunAnm. Km I)-wit. Oi HV- lMH. M!lw X V .li )1 CnlHata-. "U Xk Yw. J . frr' W.Jm. Aw . Mm (: J'JMhi...

Publication Title: Daily Astorian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 3 February 1881

scWWfPPI 0) Astoria, Oregon. Thursday Morning. February 33 1881 No. 28, Vol. xiv. he w&tovittn. GENERAL EASTERN NEWS. ItV MAI!. AM TKI.MBKAI'H. sli-aiu-liSp Ashore. . j Nkw Yoick, Feb. 1 .During x, 1 , . r t , on' been establish wl at Cologne on n Hosaitnu. front Lowlon, came . , w. iiOSHinia, irn , o t ijMsntl hng.& Ulder (Ls aus. ashore on Ocean beach. 1 he crew . , , , c . i luces attention will not only be and four passengers refuse to be , . , ,, j imid to the l.hme fisheries, but to landed. The mate. .Mm Pepper,,! . , , , .. i , was subsequently nrougm nsituiu bv the crew, xnd reports twenty three nersous on loard. Tile steu- ner is fifteen mouths old; owned jv Steele, Young & Co., of Ixnidon; j valued at $100,0(10; inslired in Ki.glxnd. She will probably be wrecked. PACIFIC COA.ST NEWS. HV MAI I- AMI "IKI.fcUKXI'H Ur.-illi ol" .IhIiii 1. HmJiicIIc. Sv Fkaxcwo, Feb. It Aj IJenicia dispatch reports, that John "V. Dwinelle, a prominent lawyer of this city, was drowne...

Publication Title: Daily Astorian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 3 February 1881

fz) $ glxc gaily storiuu. ASTORIA. OREGON: THURSDAY FEB. 2. 1SS1 9. C. IRELAND Htlilor. A w Railroad. Lead in Drinking "Water. One of those rare accidents, a fatal case of poisoning by lead in drinking water, is reported from Gram-ille, lew iork. A house occupied by a Dr. Nelson was sup plied with water from a cistern, which collected the rain from roofs HORN'. At Knapptou. .Ian. 28th. to the wife of II. L. Jeffrry, a daughter. Orcgoman please copy. NEW TO-DAY. 1080 Piles Wanted. B The Times prints the prospectus of a Continental railroad company, -ivhich proposes constructing a double track air line road from New York to Chicago and Omaha : by consolidation of five companies organized under the laws of Iowa. Illinois, Indiana, Ohio and lVnn sylvania. Its promoters aim to furnish a great thoroughfare for transportation of freight at least cost with greater east and expe dition than any other line. The present trunk lines, it is argued were rurinallv built for local pur poses on circ...

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

() ghc SUiVtg staian. ASTORIA, OREGON: THURSDAY -..FEB, 3. 1SS1 ISSUED EVERY MORNING. iMocday Excepted). I. C. Irelaud, Editor and Proprietor. Astunan Bvitdltuj, Cahs Street. Terms of Subscription : rrved by Carrier, per week .......25 Cents Sent by mail . four month;..... ...........SK ( eat by mail, one year..... ...... i 'O free of Postnce te Subscriber?. ? Advertisements inserted by the year at the rate of SI ') per square jer metb. Transient advertiins. by the day er week. Sf:y cente jer square for each insertion. The MceMy AtorInn I a Immunol h sheet, exactly double the -i.e of the Daily. It is just the i ta per for the lire-iilf-. containing in addi tion to all the current news choice mis ctilany. agricultural matter, market ie ports, etc. It is turnitucd to single sub scribers at .-;2 oo per year in advance. 53T"A limited nitin.ier of -mall adver tisements iiwrted At established rants.. THEjCITY. The Daily avtokian irill lie etf by mad alio cent y a inimth.frtcnf )Hitaue. Rt...

Publication Title: Daily Astorian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 3 February 1881

(M) ASTORIA. OREGON: THURSDAY FE15. 3. 1SS1 GOiVIVlERGEAHD TRADE. Fiiinneial. Silver. U ir. Com exehHiint' n San fcntneMeo V i-ereitt lrominMi. Com evmtwHt New York Wyw r: felting, 'i U 1 trMMU. LqrhI Tender ww. TeiocrHf-fctc trifr Nv York L pot eaat. fwMHiM. PURT OF ASTOKIA. ItKAHY MK SKA. blMf CHfafeoia.M.iaM . I)taf.fta6 K UCtfri -. W W, Whk lia-il. . 2; Dmnl. fenx. m Um. Ohm. r 4m ii O'Omr. get. S. If. .tat JK Hstfc-w? Ra. Mr 7tm. J" 1 - JIM1 'A WKW -S KA. v Oremn . JW too- P'iMw- F " Awbn. he ka.7l - Mrer. . Kat at-4 Atma.t-aM -eh. S toaa. l.auav. tint's fliartlM-. alMt SI Walife t. a - Iwifc. F 4 a Akeri-vtw. Hr Hart. 7 . Co -t. SrffcatM. 4mH IS IfW-a lr I. Sits tt S F tm Oiy, Br lk MM UfM Ktrtat. Am Jan I Davmt-V. r - I Xcvcaetta. 3W i Jtarfcatu r .h- 1. ."wm hOtiJit Otter. Br aw. 4M tix tTUc.. ClMlt.lat- 3 Abuu He '. MtxM ittnLft Huul. -. SlMbnck. U S Utit-be tr. Kwiw. en i-KSb'Kiv. rut: hji. (i fr'rom AuH'rirnii Port-. Oa'tMalx s tl Uiw KMv P. da Tra. cta.3 lo. McAlbn- I". ...

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 February 1881

0 fflie ifcsijj otfou fe. Astoria, Oregon, Friday Morning. February 4. 1881. No. 29. Vol. xiv. PACIFIC COAST NEWS. BY MAIL ASI TKUWlWfll General lirioria Ileitis VinoiMA, Veh. 2. The cus toms collections of this port for Januarr are 51U.007; value of fish ery exports for 1SS0, 73-2,000. The town is much interested in the great quail, discoveries at Takou. As high as 200 in gold Iris been pounded from -500 pounds of roik. Tliestesnuship Heaver towed the schooner North Star from Depar ture bay into the straits yesterday. The xteamei Pilot towed the ship Gatherer from Departure bar ino the straUs yetMlay. Vac steamship Ilylton Castle is loading at Departure bay. The steamship California fioin Sitka arrived last night, and has gone on to San Francisco. Kxrculioii or "Ilirer Xliirdrrer :U WrMiiiinMrr. Next "Wkstmixktkk. B. C., via Vu ioima, Feb. '2. Thi mui-iuns: at 8:od o'clock, Allan Charlie and Archie McLean and Alex. Haie. suffeied the extreme penalty of the law for the minders of I'...

Publication Title: Daily Astorian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 4 February 1881

Ul t :a" ghc jiiVl!3 st0v.ntu ASTORIA. OREGON: T.RIDAY FEU. 4. 1SS .C. IRCLAMI Editor. More than 80',O00 acres of land thave oeen reclaimed from the water in Holland Mtice tin beguiiiing of -the fcixteeuth century, and the -work still goes on at the rate of .about eight acres per day. Since 1850 the lake Haarlem has been drained, and now the Zuyder Zee ds to be pumped out, which will ssurpabs all previous endeavors. "'it is said that CommibMoner Le Due, the theoretical tea-grower of the agricultural bureau, wili prob ably step out of his position, and .that Georjre 13. Loring of Massa chusetts, will leave eongiess and run the affair of the bureau in Le v Due's stead. Dr. Lcriug is an -agricultural writer of no mean pre "tensions, with considerable piaeti al knowledge of agricultural af fairs, and will probably fill the position creditably. It is getting to be th thing in the western states to put aside two or three acres every summer for production of fuel. Coal there is none, and w...

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