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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 4 February 1881

f?) P glic nilB st0rian. ASTORLA, OREGON: FRIDAY FEU. 4, 18S1 ISSUED EVSP.Y MORNING. Morulas' Excenedi. I. C. Ireland, Editor sumI Proprietor. Aatori0.n linU'liifi, iW .tretst. Terms of Subscription ; served by Carrier, per iTeek-.............23 Cents Seat by mail. fewr mwiths....... .....$ Ou Seat by mail, aae year...... ........ S "0 Free af l'uisc t :-b-criber.. r".Advwttfeujsot inserted by the yeHr t tbe rate of SI per square fdr month. Transient adverti'inc by the day tr week. fifty teat ier arelr each mfetrtiwn. The crkl) .isftirlan a mam mi rth vH'et. exactly double the size or the Daily. It is jttsl tin- ) in ner for the fireside. eoiiUiniit'.j in audi tion to all tin euneiit news, choice ini ceilauv. agricultural matter, market re port, ete. It i tarnished tc tingle sub scribers at 42 ix) per year in advance. ' T3TX limited miiiiocr ol Mtintl mlver-tieiweiit-. in-erted at established rates. THEClTy. The Daua a-tokian ml Je : iiu mad nt 75 cm i twmlh. 1n J iUhiu limn er trhu...

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 February 1881

fl -lKxjc gniltj stxaimu ASTORIA. OREGON: FRIDAY .....FEU. -1. 1SS1 COMMERCE AHD TRADE. Financial. -""Iver, at tmr. Vin eebnwi- Saw Fraaet' M i-reat T'lemiNMt. Cub e.-Jiaiu- Xow Yrk ImriHc rar: -clliac. ' 1 . Iveral t'wMlens tr. TlwnMfce tnMtefaf a Xeif Yrk 1 por n tit- frMuM. t'URT 01" ATOKIA. RKAltY FOB SMA. -AltMH. . u-t ?aWff ww . t -. m. ta L.ri '. WWiM Uhm. l.twTt. Jn Onetrt. km. tt few. WUImmh. lfJ f unr. ek S lf Jim Si Ro h- Itar. Mr fck ' . Jn AJtXVAl WW . . A rcbcr. kl.ai f'. Mercer. lllfJNM Kt and AMu-rti m. K mb. 1Um. GrrB ttartMN-. 4a wvMfMM. t. a . lt. S f J It A rlm. Br Wrk. TS . t'nrr. Wn4ia' .laa IS Pro! l"r hk. Mh WW V J" M ( ra-e.i Br bk mum Vmemm- Ajrt A II )HHuun. Br m. un. ntwiw. Ojpw-I OtT. Br Uk. W arK. (ih i AUia. Br M. kia Mwv.f'ai Htanl. . hhnrV. V !Ihmhk- W. Ifaww. txmf na viistiKiJS o. rut: hjj. a From AiturxHit Fori-. M.W. cfc i !. s r..Ja SI. Tr-i . . 1" " JIHi r- J CnrU rh Witem-.Triwihr4w. X.. Kw. Ntr -VI. r. Ji. IJWf IMlti. IMMfli. Y ! 1 Kmiiw. NV 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. — 5 February 1881

01 r K Astoria, Oregon, Saturday Morning, February 5, 1881. No. 30. Vol. xiv. WH PACIFIC COAST XEWJs. BV MAIL AN TKW OK It'll Ilralli ra llrfaiiMrr. San Fkantisi o, Feb. 2. Gideon M. Berry, who embezzled 31,000 from Ex-Sheriff Xunan, wltoEe book-keeper he was. and who aKo jrot a way with $4l,000 from a local Wilding association, for which he was secretary, in ISTfl, is icportcd to have died in Australia, Dec. 24-tli last. liis wife awl "seven children went from this city to Australia four month- ago. Tlie Lost Vouuii. Fort Tow.-kni. Feb. 2. The steamer California at rived at ?itka on the 23d of January. Mike IWerb, Pryor and their com- , ...! ... jianions. who were sijsru tu have Imjcii lost, were found by the pai ty tent to their relief. One of the canons had been wrecked and the party had suflered very much from exposute to ;! vi4eiit weather and srareity of foot!. lrrcl or It'lri: Msi'IIrrs. Bv ditection of Captain Glass, commander of the .Jamestown. Lieut. Benson arrested three ...

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 February 1881

m ghe gfailg gstovlnu. ASTORIA. OREGON: SATURDAY FEB. 5. ISSl .C. IRELAND Editor. Live Stock ami Leather. Intimately connected with th live stock interests of this country is the increasing consumption of leather. We do not produce leather enough, b- a vast amount, to supply our wants. During the year ending June i50th last, there -were imported into this country raw hides valued at nearly JO,000, 000, and leather valued at nearly $12,000,000. During the same time we exported hides and leather valued at $7,000,000. Here is a difference of 3o,000,000 paid to foreign countries during the last fiscal year; and it is shown by the returns that the consumption of leather of all descriptions increases every year, while the sources of .supply are no greater than they were a. score or mote of years ago. Aside from the increase in our population, there areseveial prom inent causes for the rapid increase of this consumption. Shoes made from cloth of different kinds are .not worn as much as for...

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 February 1881

C3 gltc nilij staxlmu ASTORIA, OREGON: SATURDAY. FED. o. IbSl ISSUED EVERY MORNING. Monday Exceinedi. D. C. Ireland, Eililur unci Proprietor. Astoriait Bnild'utq, c,'tu$ .tfttt. Terms of Subscription : served by Carrier, per week .. . Cents ecr by mail, four nth?...........i WJ Sent by mail, one year... ............. d "0 free f Po'iase te ."lfcrib&r. c- Adverttsemenis inserted by the ear ut the rate of SI 50 ier square per month. rransientadvertWntr. bytheday or week. fty cent ier square tor each insertion. Tin- Weekly A-tori:iu I- a mammotli -licet, exactly double Hit -iy of the Daih. It is iu-t the pa per lor the fmside.'eontaiiiiim addi- j IIOII iO ail l III' I'lineui IIV, IIIUHT mn- ceilanv. agricultural matter, market ie ports, etc. It i- tarnished to Miisle ub-M-ribers nt $2 () per year in advance. SsfA limited mnii.ur of small advei-ti-einents in-erted at e-tablislied rate-. THEC1TY. The Dah.v a-toman will Ik rent ly rnulatlScmtx a month. Trrrufjwtaijc limn ers who cotil...

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 February 1881

ff 3IISCELLANE0US. ?-Ixc giulij starian ... jrsYANI. S. A. NEVILLE -r&?2r. tfi s1C4i ,-. ASTORIA. OREGON: SATURDAY FEB. 5. IBS) CQMMERCEJUID TRADE. f iiinneia!. Sflror, at j.iir. Com vkiuu! on fmwetew M perleent promt mm. Cm eieaaaire Xw York hmyvm par: jwllhas.'itul percent. Lejtal Tm&evmr. Tlr4ue tramrfew m Xew Yrc 1 per . premium. 1'URT OF AST0K1A RKADY FOR SKA. &9mr. Ur Wc MM CUrk UvmihmI JKk 1 IVt. Fr Wr. M tow FataMmk F t AfCUw. He tt. Imm. Mutw. 1jl-wI Kefc I SAIUWU. Omcwi . ff mm. rthtoMM. S I' Kelt 1 4 an tt Hritirrt WrbiOto Urerpeo'. Jaa UMM. brwr. S !. WtMom. 1 F Jaa M OMiwr. S. 1'. Jam ti Hth -- Bar. Kr Wk ' Mre. Jaa 9 .a ;jf m as raw ska. o UateMM . Z2U WW m.le S I". Feb 3 Acm-r. t bk. 7 te-. M ce. trj.rAJ Kale $ A nea. atai c. 3 Mm I.utjeii. IS Uwrti.4mU Wefcfeou UU. a Me. Lrwt. S F 4am AtwfVjno. r lurk Tat miw. 5c. Bri.W Oatarte ih- W a ioo Hoeao A J. If Jtownfe Ur t. Xeeaetl. S' Am 6 Dmbm. ttr b. !. Mim- 1m Omo Am a w I'KSSHl OA rf fc KiJ. I'i'om Amt'Hrn ...

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 February 1881

J') l& lSJ0jl" Astoria, Oregon, Sunday Morning-, Fetaiary 6, 1&83. Vol. XIV: So. 31. rt K Ay jwf I yB ,JI' If-ll 'Vr V 4 GENERAL EASTEK.N SEWS. ItV MAIL AND TKl.HOKAI'lt. I'liilrrsroiiiiil Telrursipli. Xbw York, Jan. 2;. A bill was introduced in the assembly to day providing that telegraph wires must be laid underground. ICrlii-r lor the .IcaniiPllr Xkv Youk, Jan. 2?. The Tri bune prints an interview with Cap tiin Howgate in which lie Miys that he thinks the government will un doubtedly send a relief ship for the Jeaunette during the coming iumtimr, and that in his opinion there is no cause for anxiety for the safety of the vessel. Miiallpox lit Dakota. Y ankton-,D.T., Jan. SS. There has been GO cuse of smallpox in Union county, -r0 miles ejt, half of which proved fatal. The legis lature has passed an act .itithorif inir a rigid quarantine. I'irrrr I'lnuir-. Nkw Youk, Jan. 2;. The six storv brick building Nos. oG5 and .'JO1; Jjroalway, was visited by lire to-night. Los $G0O,...

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 February 1881

(Z) J- ghc giattg storlan. ASTORIA. OREGON: SUNDAY FEB. . 1SS1 0.C. IRELAND. ... Editor. Another Complaint, he complaint- of British a;ii culturihts ngsiinst the injurious effect upon their clnss intcrots ex ercised by tin importation of .American products have recently found an echo in Germany, where the farmer? find it impossible to sustain competition with the arti cles of food exported from the United States, notwithtandinjr the cost of transportation. In eoiibe quence, a clamor is beintr raised for ''protection.' But inasmuch as a cheap foreign food supply is felt as a benefit by many classes, while "it is an injury to but one, it is rot probable that further protective measures, will be nisoited to. In England such a reined is no longer dreamed of, though the "lread of American competition has , become jjreatlv intensified. The Mat-quit, of Lansdowne, addressing a meetin'r of Lancashire funnel's a Jew nightb ago, said that probably the best remedy- for the evil would be found ...

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. — 6 February 1881

f3 glic 2nUB st0rlu ASTORIA, OIIEGON: SUNDAY FEB. 6, lfeSl ISSUED EVERY IOENINGv "Monday Exeeptccn. r. r. Ireland, Editor ami Proprietor. Astortan tWioy, Cum street. Terms of Subscription ; tcrved by Currier. ;ior vec .35 Cents Sent by wail. Umr iHiths.... ...... ..$ 00 Seat by mail, one year...... a ' free uf Pomace to Mitecrikrs. e Advenicowentc inserted by the year at the rate of SI V per inare per hhwhJi. Iran'ient mlverti-ini. by the daj r week. fifty cents per siretr nk Sa-ort5e. Tin Wrrl.1) Islorlan Is a mammoth lieet. exaetlj double the -le of the Dailv. it " ji the pa per for tin lire-ide. containiii; in audi tion lo all thi run cut nevv. clioicc nii cellaiiv.aj?! -cultural matter, market ie-po-ts, ete. It i- luriii-lifd to single -scriber at -2 KJ iei Jeai in advance. Stf A limited nuit.ocl ol filial! adver tisements inserted U e-taWi-lted rates. THEC1TY. Tkk Daily a-tohxav will " . lW mailatlZcaity a initHtU. frtf jifayc limn er wh'j citHlcmitkitcalfim t fnun the city can...

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 February 1881

C4) i vc gsaiXs stxwlaw. Columbia River Exports. dhckmkei:. T V"""(ir, fr StattMt Hem. mm Portland iW,7 ctls heat....ti.7M ST Qm atmoH, ier fjh A it. Yntm Portland -Jljsa ctl- xxhtatt ST.noo " A-tona 2X " " 12A 5IISCELLANE0US. j.fA.sn. S. A. KEVILLS. mmsse&mstiifa .STOHIA- OP.EGOS: " PER. C, IS?" Ta.r?nRMlA ST.. SaIu 'j?2't: fP" XDA.1 ciSSStf - k(r)'7t MiM Rfe. VU f 'A.3 0&&ks -bZ? (5P G0HHEH6E AHD W A FltmneiuK 3lvr- at I- , f Gota exeamase a -rotoiM - .anoiMtM J4 piir'ct-wt Mn f! Yrk bayinc par: Loel T4mdr- TooKnntr uoihb Xew Yrt 1 iw I'OKT OF ASTOKIA. RKAUV it): Sit A. ifcUK. tir . M tmt. tftart, l-wrtwot K 2 tVMloirt. Kr M(. h. tn-e. Ii4mmhiUi IVb I Ash. Kr A. 7Sk Urn. kkM. liwr-youl K4t 1 SAII.KI. OrocnM -. tea. lhaMin. S f I eh I dMitiof Ot-tfferow. . tef. lotr. (mil'- .IMS HH Dm. Nr kk teas, linvqaw!. 4aM 27 Vr-JiBC kni:. ST! .. XX Umh. ir J Cmfr. en a. P. .! 2J Jiftfc-Mtt Bay, Br hk 7 I--, an 3 A Ml IV Ate t'MOM SKA. Uetpmki m. STii turn. lwt M'. IrtJ A rer. Wbk....

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 February 1881

0) be rJWJvJrWfll' Vol. xiv. Astoria, Oregon, Tuesday Mprning, February 8, 1881. No. 32. The Sacramento Kiver Overflow. Sacramento, Feb. 1. The river j here has reached the highest point ever known, sot, wuff one ' i liinrliftr than in the flood of '??. At ... Reed's and Conrad's places on the Yolo side of the river, the water was washing over the top of the levees and cutting out very badly. At Hongland's place, where the break of "IS occurred, the water was running over in a few places and gangs of men are at work re pairing. At the English break, above the city, on the west side, the water was pouring over the, levee, and the main levee was cut ' jing out fast. Men are at work trying to save it. On the line of the Sacramento and Placerville railroad the whole country between Brighton and Mayhcw's station is under water. It was up to the track 3'esterday, but this morning had receded. Cattle from the ranch es have been removed. All the creeks between Folsom and Shingle springs are...

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 February 1881

m - v fcc SailB gstoriatu ASTORIA. OREGON: TUESDAY FEB. 3, 18S1 &.C. IBKLA.ND. .Editor. Editorial Correspondence. alack Hotei., San Francisco, ,Jan. 31 St. The good steamship :State of California landed us safely .here this forenoon, 4S hours from lone. The ''State," as people are "beginning to call her for short, has -won the enviable reputation of being the fastest steamship afloat, sand she is one of the three finest "in point of finish and accommoda tion, the other two being the Co lumbia and Oregon, all three belonging to the Oregon-California strade. Ameng the passengers -donn were Hon. P. Wasserman, Mr. Geo. T. Myers, Mr. Lowen berg and Mr. Mendell, all 'good companions on a voyage, hence ur time was profitably spent as we were all old Oregonians, except Mr. Mendell, who resides in New York, and the hours were whiled away mostly in the smoking saloon, .spinning yarns and old-time Orc ,jjn reminiscences, which would, compiled and printed, make an in tensely interesting vol...

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 February 1881

m tt gitUtj Jstxaiatu ASTORIA, OREGON: TUESDAY- FEB. S, 1881 ISSUED EVERY MORNING. (Monday Excepted), . C. Ireland, Editor and Proprietor. Astonatt BnUditig, Cass Street. Terms of Subscription ; fcerred by Carrier, per week .25 CenU tct bj mail, four months-. ....58 00 Sent by mall, one year .. .-- 9 ( Free of Potace to Subscribers. r Advertisements inserted by the year at the rate of SI 50 per square per month. Transient advertisinc, by the day or week, fifty cents per square for each insertion. Tbe Meekly Attar-Ian. Is a mammoth sheet, exactly double the size of the Daily. It is just the pa per for the fireside, containing in addi tion to all the current news, choice ntis cellanv, agricultural matter, market re ports, "etc. It is turnished to single sub scribers at 2 00 per year in advance. 23TA limited ninnoer of small adver tisements inserted at established rates. THECITY. The Dailv astokian trill he cnt y mail af75 cent a month, frtcof fpoxtaae. Head cm icho contcmpuiteattKencc...

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 February 1881

- -r-5fijr -CH CH x & ailij stovimx. ASTORIA. OREGON: TUESDAY FEB. 8. 188 COMMERCEAHD TRADE. I'iiiuticial. Silvor, Mt par. Coin exchange or. -n Franoieco 14 lrloot premium. Cin exchange h Now Yerk bym ir: tollis, V4 1m 1 poreenu Legal rMietw ir. TotoeraiAie transfers on New York 1 por Mac Hi. I'UIIT OF ASTORIA. HEADY 10 K SEA. OMr. Kr bfc. Im"l F 2 l'mdmt, I'r I. uh KbImmhH l'b I Afct. r W. 7 t. Start. jo-" Fi I SA1LKD. Onto 7 - S F. F- 7 jrc m. 3 vw. JNta. ft lr F I 1CH Dt W WiSa Uw. lit4iMl. .1m 7 Oriwt. be. 1 1. Wittim. S F -In 1 Uowc-w. so S. F. Jan 21 ItXi--i Nar. llr hi.. !. ! AUKIVAM FttOV t!E A. o btfCaltfrta.4.ttMi wm. . fmS I' Siwcwm hSI' Kt. 7 AMkrr. W !.?. Mer. Rmbaawjfe Kr a AtMHU !M M. WHk. 1 .!. f iSV llarr. Jan 24 WeWMt. hku 8 UHs IMtf F Jam Aterlt. Br bark. V tmtm. Vmmm. WrfrWm. Omi IA Oras.-f Br bk B Umh Iicntm Aw Jm It Dwtnl. Br Wv. Psimjr Xl. XSW Jaa Dvriiwi. Br uta. K -. Sm-phw-. talHwlu SfcMfcriek. U S UsM-4wHe . EMri'm D.-- . . I'KSSJilJi OA Til K J1. . o ...

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 February 1881

PI. l0t0jrimi fljfti Astoria, Oregon, Wednesday Morning, February 9, 1881. So. 33. Vol. xiv. She (i GENERAL EASTERN' NEWS. BT MAIL AXO TKLBOKAPH. .luatiuiu JIIlIrrN F rlj-.Mne." New York, Feb. 7. Joaquin Miller's newest play, called "Forty Nine," will be produced by Mr. and Mrs. McKee Rankin at Ilav orly's Fourteenth street theater next September. It will lie gotten up in grand style by Haverly, and is put on for a run, which will, in all probability, be secured for it. Miller-hns held the play in his jm--session for two or three years, mid has lately rewritten it. Rankin hns been led to believe that his best course lay in the directum of the western drama, and he has con sequently gone back to 'Forty-Nine." WASimGTOX CITY NEWS. K Mill. ANDTBI.KItAril. The Obrllk lantliTlilir- IJcnrrosilj. .v York. Feb. 7. Win. 11. Vanderbilt gave his cheek to Com mander (lorringt on Saturday for the total cost of the transfer of the Alexandrian obelisk from the banks of the Nile to the banks of fhe...

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 February 1881

f2J -e Tic p?iaTB Jstovlau. ASTORIA. OREGON: "WEDNESDAY. .FEB. 9, ISSl B.C. IKKLAM Editor. Editorial Correspondence. Ogdex, Feb. o. People often notice that tin street lamps are not lighted. Wherefore? Because, as Puck has said, "the moon shines1 in the almanac. 1 1 may be as dark as Tophet, but the ordinances of the city exempts the sexton when the almanac is all right. So with our silver palace car porter, Harry. "Up here in this most inhospitable Tegion, from Battle mountain to Ogden, it ought to be as cold as Greenland, but it is n't; the weath er has been so balmy and spring- Tike that "all of us" delight in the trio except Harry. He has most -f)crsistently persisted in makin our car red hot! and this morning -we came from our baths par-boiled; saturated with satisfaction, blood shot eyes, swollen visages, and jiJeet and limbs too large for our boots and drawers. 0, the fellow! Hew some of us, particularly La Sar, consul for Fiji, would like to "eat him up," were it not that "h...

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 February 1881

cl glxc gUtiTrj stoximx. ASTORIA, OREGON: "WEDNESDAY FEB. 0. 1881 ISSUED EVERY MORNING, (Monday Excepted!. ir.jr. Ireland, Editor nud Proprietor. ft AaUman BUA.iug its Street. Terms of Subscription : served by Carrier. ier week23 Genu rent by mail, four inonths..... ........ .53 00 ''en: by mail, one year - - 9 " free of Postace to Subscribers. e2 Advertisements inserted by the year at the rate 6f SI .7) ior uHure per month. Transient advortUinR, by the day or week, fifty conts tier square for each insertion. The Weekly A-torlau Is a mammoth sheet, exactly double the size of the Daily. It is jii the 11a per for the fireside, containing in addi tion to Jill the current new-,, choice mi cellany. agricultural matter, market re ports, etc It is furnished to single ub--v-ribers at2 00 per year in advance. J"A limited num.H'r of Miiali adver tisements inserted at established rales. THECITY. The Daily avtokian trill la tut hy mailatlo cent a month. Tree jjoWflpc. Uran ere who contemplate a...

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 February 1881

HI -i'Txx nilir stzxinvu Colnmbis. River Exports. MISCELLANEOUS. G. H. BHYANT. k IV a S. A. MCVILLE. Jfm PKTKMHKi:. l.T T QHefjCHtUftm . cr UiHalvadrr. FrHH-riMllMli(t lMjdWrlK Hlet S29.1IO " Arla lljn " " 31.ao Tttl B.T12 SW,1i IS T Lin (. r C'fclWfiiv. 1'rtJW rMtUtMl Itzr; mr. SW.1T5 " A4rtt " ' jx Ti4K IX.K SMGS lrwtM A4rw 3l i-iiIiiim !. J ASTORIA. OREGON: '4 ty "WEDNESDAY... ..FED. I, 18S AUcK. '.VEKta : 2fr$ VTtF; SArX .". t "X v?f4 GOMfviERGE AND TRADE. or- o o f c- SS&lH&HaSSK fXsS95S3 -JJViVrfc financial. Silver, tit par. Coin vhaaxe 011 Saa i'raaetaco in-r'eeMt ltromiHM. Coin exraaae on New York iMtyiac taw: MMiC, to 1 pereoM- Latatl TeMdeo tatr. TeiwratjMMc trwiwfof oa Xtr York 1 ir oont. ftremiuNt. I'OKT OF ASTOK1A KltAUY mKSKA. (Mar. 8r Wv. M Im Jterfc. tjK-rpt F 2 iPwatwrt. Fr Ms. ME ( talMM-Mk lrt i A. Sr hk. Mm Mm. UwvnI rfc t -A1MGH. (MmM. - tin tat Haifa K. rfc 7 uwaM at. H imm. PMii, f Fob I iUat Dm, br lrt MM tato. LucnM" JM -1 Urtwu arte. 2 Caw. Wrttaim....

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. — 10 February 1881

en 5?V Astoria, Oregon, Thursday Morning, February 10, 1881. Vol. xiv. No. 34. She PM Jy JP Jv JUl'I' I & HARBOR OF REITGE. j at Trinidad would enclose more BcportorProfTnodsen.Tii.e.protcctMl arc than at Crescent Coat Survey -lie Favor oitAT- The general facilities for Trinidad Baj. " .: .. to- l.rW nf rof- Washington, Jan. 0. Tho senate, a few days ago. on motion of Mr. Farley, adopted a resolu tion calling on the secretary of the treasury for the copy of a report made by Professor Augustus (. Kodgers of the United States coast survey, on the subject of the pro posed harbor of refuge to be con structed' on the Pacific coast at the most suitable location somewhere between S.ni Francisco and the straits of Fttca. The tlasirod copy will be furnished to the secretary1 of the treasury by the coast sur vey oflice and transmitted to the senate early this week. Follow ing is a summary of th principal points. The subject was investi gated by Hodgers at tlte request of the Pacific coast...

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. — 10 February 1881

w gfce Sail? stovlau. ASTORIA. OREGON: THURSDAY FEB. 10, lSSl .C. ICELAND .Alitor. -Life Sarin? Station at Cape Disap pointment. We note in the memoranda fur nished our reporter by Capt. Tay lor of the schooner Emily Stephens, and published in another column,' that as soon as the chain to his bhrj anchor parted awl he lealized the imminent danger to which both the vessel and her crew were ex posed, he hoisted a signal of dis tress, which was still flying when the captain and hi- crew were picked up bj the tur, tome live hours, the captain ay.s after he lost his first anchor. Capt. Taylor .states that the weather was per fectly clear all this time, and cape Disappointment in plain view. Capt. West "Whitcomb of the steamer Canby. which was either at the cape or in its vicinity most of this time, fully corroborates .Captain Taylor's statement on this point, and says the Stephens as plainly visible to his naked eye after she crossed the middle sands, and he then took her to be a schoone...

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