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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 10 February 1881

i"-. "- T5S"" 01 f gltc xiltj st0riaiu ASTORIA, OREGON: THURSDAY FEB. 10, 1SS1 . ISSUED EVERY MORNING. (Monday Eiceptedl. D. C. Ireland, Editor anil Proprietor, jliforunt Bnildiuq, Caia tr'dt. Terns 0 Subscription : ! served by Corner, per week ....... Uentf J ect by mail, fter juoetb? .....i V I .eDt by mail, oao yer..... ............. 9 i I free of Potace to:-Bberibors. j tV Advetraexnoaic inserted by the year at j the rate of SI ") por Bro per iuMttn. rrantient advertising, by the day or weok, j Sfty sent per wjnarc for eb inewtkm. j Tile Wrcltl) AMurlHB ; !. a iiinitiniotli ,lii'('f ojvsictlv double the -izt of the Daily. It is ja-i Hie pa- i perioruie iire-me. ceiiuiiiini: m num tiontoall the current news, choice inis cellnny. agricultural matter, market re ports, etc.' It is furnished to single ub s rilters at S2 uO per year in advance. JgTA limited munocrof siiml! adver tiiueiits inserted at established rate-.. THECIT. The Daily a-touia.v iriK lc mt '.p Miilat'oOHlit a month....

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. — 10 February 1881

fLf AIISCELLANEOUS. a H. BRYANT. 5- A. NCVTIia ASTOltlA. OKEGOX: THU11SDAY .. FEB. 10 188 COMMERCEAND TRADE. ririitnt'ial. Silver, at pur. Com ohage m Sun Francteco M terlftt prOiDlHIH. Coin oxebAMKe wr Nw York buying lar: jjoMing, 4tl preM. Legal rMierk tmr. TetagraHMe trfer b Xw Ywk 1 ior PORT OF ASTOKIA. rJttDrWKSJM. IMler. I(r Wc. ( UUrk. lareiyunl rV 2 lVwdeiri. Fr Mc. fih mt 1"IkhhKi l 1 AsfcMa. Jr Wn !mm. . law -ml IVt 1 .S A ll.lt n. (Mhm X7S1 tone Hotlui. ! P. Feb " OrOSMH ! MMte. PwhlMMM. S F Hfc 4. RH Oerig. hrlAMQ Umm. lawn"'. C Orieal Wc at Hww, WiWimiu S F Ouiifoi. s. b. F. Jm Jf Jtrttowr Br. Hr Mc . Ja 3 AXRtYAlJs SH93I SKA. aw of aUf mi. .. MM tm. DtM it. &a a. V Fefc7 Smkw aek S I" F-. 7 Aohr. br Mc. !'. M-wr. .-wkeJJa 9 Kte mm! Amhu Mrui . 9 MM, iaajoa. Grail Karhi.JM WMmh. bfct. ast im. Ie1. S F Jw M AVnt He hrfc. 7 t. iMr. Wri4n" Jan a OwUr KrUW ! Hmvn An Jit li DumiV. Br M 1Vmm IhwwO. K Mm S Darfcam. Hr Ji lam Jx?s-m-. fm Ots Amm Sbattoricfc. U fe lasrhc-u- ...

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 February 1881

0) toxim Vol. xiv. Astoria, Oregon, Friday Morning, February 11, 1881. No. 35. MM ' J ie GENERAL EASTERN NEW.S. T MAIL M TKt-BRIUrH. A Louisiana llllase Di-lrnjed bj a Morm PsMa.vhv", Feb. 0. A ter lific storm of wind and rain from the southwest struck this town this, morning at half pa.it three, Mvoep inir away every building in the place, including the dejwt and tele graph office. No lives were lost, but the citizens lose everything in the way of household effect, pro visions, itc. Mraiurr I.ot. Bn.o.xi, Mis., Feb. a. The steamship .losephine.Capt. Staples, from Havana to New Orleans, broke up at 3 o'clock this morning on Ship island. The passengers and crew were all saved after seven hours flouting. The ves-el is a total wreck and nothing can be saved from her. The value of the steamer was :200.0l0. The storm along the coast was the eveiest for years. There is not an en the wharf or boat house between Mississippi city and 13iloi. ratal Railroad Collisinn in Illinois. Pan a, Feb. ...

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 February 1881

(z1 ASTORIA. OREGON: FRIDAY ?EK. II. 1P81 w.c. iri:lim niiiior. What is to Come. Tlie press of the country seems bunt upon curtain parts of astrono mical destruction this year. The Bulletin of the 31st, for instnnci, thus calls attention to what is to "Kain Storms and Flomis in Oregon. Owin- to the eoiraphicnl posi tion of Astoria, at the mouth of the rreat main artery which empties into tin; mighty deep it self, all that it receives from the numerous Ieser rivers and streams -which drain millions of acres of . 1 ....11.,.. lo.wli. ? lllA mountain aim nu- ii"-. " north, east and south of us, we are peculiarly exempt from, and can form but a faint idea of, the ming led gloom, terror ami sublimity of the impetous current and wild eddies of yellow and stormy floods which roar along the interior river channels, pile them full to the very brink and often with cruel and relentless force break through every barrier, submerging alike the cultivated lands of the rich far mer and the poor set...

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 February 1881

f) ghc xnii Qstoxxftm. ASTORIA, OREGON. lftl " - IR1DAA V FtB' "' 1Ml ISSUED EVERY MORNING. Olenday bicet-iodl, D.C.Ireland, Kdltor ami Proprietor, j , ! AMrt LH'ld,, ( . MncL , i arms vj -ouvaviipuuii . , hv iv,rr,.. M week .t2 Cent ' -t..r,t iir ni. run-mouth -a tto 1 cm hr mail. e year . 9 " Free of Pmce m S boriber. w?-Adveruou2eBtiirertodlytheyor t lliAniic of El ." ior rei'r iHntl. rranM,t advertWne. by the day or week. , Ibe VlcfkO- A-torian 1 a mammoth sheet, exactly double j the. ai.e ot tle Daily. It is ju-t tlte ia- , imv for the ilroide. contain! tm in addi- tion to all the etmeiit new-.. eloIec mi- ceHauv. agricultural matter, market re- portotc. It i tuinKhed to single sul- Uribera at 2 W wt year hi advance. j "" ySffX limited niuii.ier of small adver- j lfeWnt inserted at established n.t.-.i THE CITY. The Daily atobia. wiM ' rent ''V ; maxiat-Bcmtarn-mth.Trecnfjstayc Heart-l crs ufto amtcmrtlatealiKertcefroiH the elty can AarcTiiK AnroitJAN fiHir Hum. 1)ail,v r Wbkklv...

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 February 1881

CO 5-txjc gasltj stoitfim. ASTORIA. OREGON: FRIDAY FEB. 11. 1SS1 COMMERCE AND TRADE. Fiiioucial. Silver, a par. Cota .-(- oh Saa Fraaeite '4 imrlc-at Ctaa -ia ua Xv York taring h": Lar-d l-acr -i-tr. Tior.r-e trt4i on Xaw Yrk 1 r caat. pgcmUufc. . fOJtT OT AsSTOKJA. It HA It Y WK SKA. om. Mr k. IV-ar t.etN. lri 4 SAU.I1D. Wrfifi it. Met -4 i- I!. A F F- Hiifcwii, r hark. Ztu tara. - Otmr. Br U. - Urfc. lrrl r"r W I'nrfwL Kr W. -h t. l.at fr At. Br bk.. JI !. I--t r. -. a. t ttrta. Molt F. rV 7 Urnijr . U i. Poaha-. f Feb 1 1 Uj-rt. br M. '! Un - .- fTol. J 37 UHmm! hnc- -'i ' a ft F 4a M Cimmer. . t -- JtaTh v. ' " i"- - atlw ri wmj ska. t-. -- ttwr- u. J"-. faliF FA ? huairim w.l s F F-:b 7 Anhrr br H. --. Kww. HfiwnJ-l KaA.sitie.Uii -!- Hnwf.iiia IWW Br W Mm. Art It ftnr-ffl- Br , too rstT. ft 1i4k StMr-. C lAbi-w -tr. KrrM-. - vessels oa r; i . From American I'orl. ,Xr kMMl i.i - MwcrjM- A r Feb i Mfb .-. !.-. t .Jam si. Tr-rt-c. . ' MeAHf I". -Ifm a (Jbm .. in . TtwrtB . . vtii ...

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 February 1881

01 tje P it jig agt0fifttt. Astoria, Oregon, Saturday Morning,- February 12, 1881. No. 36. Vol. xiv. GENERAL FOREIGN NEWS. KT MAIL AND TBLFOKAI'll Mrnnisblp fllslus. Buwroi., Feb. 9. The City . -which sailed from New York for Bristol, England, Dec- 2Stli, is 2G days overdue. S!ie carrit-'l a 'reneral cargo of about 2000 tons; had a crew of "27 men, ofiicer in cluded, and no pnshcngers. Thew panUIi Winisirj. Madkhi, Feb. 9. In the corte to-dav Senor Sugo&ts, announcing the formation of a new cabinet statcd-that the inintstrj would fnl-; 'ow tiie principle they supported k"tn opposition benches. Uiivioiis Drtiiiinstrafioii. Unsi.iN. Feb. D A serious encounter has taken place at a fair held in Kilkt-ely. in which the people btoned the police. An en counter also occurred at Bally Hounis where the police charged the cro'wd at the point of the bayonet. The ;rc:il IHIcU Uesnn P.viris, Feb. 0. De Lesseps re ceived a telegram from Panama announcing commencement of operations on the canal...

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 February 1881

OJ ;. gftc gnilB storfcnu ASTORIA. OREGON: JtoSATURDAY FEB. 12. 1SS1 t. C. IRELAND , Alitor. Our Increase or Population. The London Times comments on the increase of the population in the United States as shown by ihc recent census, and emphasizes the fact that these 11,500,000 are not a poor, untaught mass, as Trouid be produced in any Europ ean state by so rapid an accession of population. The are well-to-do, and as a rule well educated. It then adds: "We look with some envy on a nation whose easy lot it is to gather up the good things which fortune casts to it.'1 If it were only the 'good things," of our foreign immigration, which fortune casts us, we could not well object; but along with many good things excellent material for American citizenship come many bad things a host of paupers and criminals, pestiferous communist, and ignorant and misclievous dregs m. of European society to abuse the freedom of this country," and dis turb its social order. We insist lhat our government ...

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. — 12 February 1881

on glxc gitiltj 5t0riatu ASTORIA, OREGON: SATURDAY FEB. 12, 18S1 ISSUED EVERY MORNING. (Monday Excepted. t. C Ireland, Editor ami Proprietor. Astorian BUdihij, tJciwt Street. Terms of Subscription : fcerred by Carrier. per reek.....'25 Cents Sent by mall, four months..-.. ......i1 0u c'ent by mail, one year-... ............ 8 "0 free of Patase to.ubsoribers. tnr Adrerti5exnents inserted by the year at the rate of 81 50 per fqHHre per month. rranrieot advertu-inc. by the day or week. Sfty cents per square for each int-ertion. The Weekly Aotoriau Is a mammoth sheet, exactly double the size of the Dnily. It is jui the pa per for the fire.siie. containing in audi tion to all the current news, choice mis cellany, agricultural matter, market re ports, etc It is furnished to single sub sfriliers at 52 00 ner vear in aihauce. 2S?"A limited munoer of small adver tisements inserted it established rates. THEC1TY. The Daily astouiaN nU !c c; ! rutH til 73 cent.- a month. Tr'C'ftaiic. Ilew erf 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. — 12 February 1881

(H) ASTORIA. OREGON: SATURDAY ?ER. 12. 1881 COMMERBEAHD TRADL Financial. Silver, at iar. Com Ofceemase oh Sh rwm: Y MIeet promimH. C&ia iMM'Mas N m fcayiae law: stfi. H t I i-eeB. Lofl Tenders -par. TokKratdne tnuMfw Naw YWk 1 pw CM)!. rOMOJ. rOKT OF ASTOK1A. JteveiAv. c Wt. FVawir Ijiieriw. rl A IUW. WsWwf. Wit. . La S H lb t .Kbrfw. r "- . I5"". "- tKVM. Kfc it Otftar. 8r Ml. '-Sat. l-i'W I"1 IV4an. Ir - Www fMmtfWtM r AsUw. Hr Wt. t Swvt.i.. .' ft Hi Ortmn wt. W "" Brl trb. to k w I.. J SI Orient. WK. ' w AiIm. K - Gonrear. Kt.. . F Jn J nKkvT8tf. - '" to, .law Jflir4LS fiiOJ SKA. Sa.attlro.a. 9' DtHW. fti f SfMT K-n K Fet AaW. WU.W H-f. .Mtr. ncMNwrim Kte ri A. --team tern. w- UMjww- 1-rajr. HarW.J tfenttter KrMBi mm Bw Ay J. ' Durham. Hr4i.k twa. iite. ft OW-I Ve . VESSh'lJS OK TllF. HA 1 . o From American toiI. .Wlii Homl I J alwrjfHit r rsV. Mi. eh. '' tti-.J--Tnwtoe. -.. -'"' MeAttan F. ! OiBV' -. lH-t . Twa-terMa. V.i ' MeruM. i. tH. I.fiMlt. X V D Jrn WiB-4Ht Aim h.. l...

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. — 13 February 1881

(n -cr Astoria, Oregon. Similar Morning. February 13, 1881. Sfo. 37, Vol. xiv. w& Jr JP Ji' Jy W 4 !' GEXEKAL EASTERN XEWS. IlV MAIL A' TELHGKAMt. Bad Weather a! Arw orU. Xkw i'onK, Feb, 30. It lias been raining heavily and r water famine i thus averted. The Mrcets aie in a lamentable xnd disgraceful condition. Sidewalks are flooded their wiiole width, the crater backing from accumulated snow in the roadway xnd at all crossings. Down town collars are Hooded as are baeinenl. Many leaden pipes are buratinjr on roofs, rendering pedest nanism even tin comfortable. Pilots could not see half a boat's length. The street near the ferries are hopelessly blocked by vehicles, all waiting o cross. A Ilorriiile t'harsr. Kkw York, Feb. 10. Pet.T Canfield was eiii to the toombs to-dav charged with the niurdei of Ann Cunningham by puring kero sene oil on her clothe and ignit inirthem. Railroad V1abotil. Coi.i'-Mr.i-s, 0., Feb. 10. There hive been many minor railroad accidents and narrow escapes...

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. — 13 February 1881

t Ci) ? ghc janxli) Vstov.Vm. ASTORIA. OREGON: 57I3UNDAY FEB. 13, 1881 .C. IKKL4M Ildllor. Kditorial Cornpumlenco. Emo, I'tah, Feb. 3. "Who was at, if not Thackeray in hi King Canute, wIkj ve us such famous impressions of parasitic, human, Minimal and the like. 'Kinr C- :uute is had parasites exist al Travs." All along lion' from Ogtlen wo have found tho-e pnra. jsites. The man who bores you -worse than the teredo lvores the IPuget-souwi piles in a new Ta coma dock. And the little wood tick, 1 have not th leas idea of how tiekssuppoit them selves, wheie they cannot find an .anima sufliciently accommodating lo support them, but 1 have to day devoutly wished that some parasite may suck their blood even .as Little llm have leMr lle-t ' Upon their hael; to hit "em. And these :iilii have lce- iU'm. Ami so w hiJhiUein" Judge Twiss joined us at (Jgden, 3e is jolly god company. J3ut that Boston chip; the old man: au a superanuated general, who iees "the nigger1' in West-peint: io everlastin...

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. — 13 February 1881

P r 2Hxc 33ntttn Warimi. ASTORIA, OREGON: SUNDAY -....FEB. 13, 1SS1 ISSUED EVERY MORNING. MD(lay &icbiaed. D. C. Ireland, faUtur and Proprietor. A star Him llHtMinq, '"as street. Terms of Subscription : served by Orner. per vees ....-..'."A L'eau Sent by mail. fmr wwatkr . SX Oti nt hy mail, ona yer ... ........ 9 on free of Paeuise to b-eribet. y Advertisement" nortod by tfc year at tbe rate of si -M ier ryuro pur ta-mtii. Transom a4runi-in. b tbe ly or week. firty cent per fiuwe for oaek insertion. the Wrtkl-i AMur-inu Is a mammoth sheet, exaeil, dmi'de tlie size of the Dailv. It i jtisl tin )a perfortlio lueside.'eoiitainiut' in addi tion to nil tlie run rut news, choice wi ccilaiiy.aiiMciiltiiral matter, market re ports, etc. It i tumishwl to single '- ribors at S2 o per year in advance. fifA mititeil niiinoer nt small adver tit iunt iiisei led at tNttliisItiI rules. THEJ3ITY. Tub Duia a-toixas mil In by mafint" r nf'Hith. XrfCifp'tr4nyc. ? erf nhn ctmtcmiilatralimic from th...

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. — 13 February 1881

CI s. a. KcviT.:.y. MISCELLANEOUS. Q. K- HHTANT. .2.tx.c gaUj s&axxnn. f AST01UA. OREGON: SUNDAY ....FEB. IS 1KS1 COMMERCE AND TRADE. Financial. SAw. t jnr- 0w e&etotosa a N'ew Ywk Wfine rr: M. MHlNt. port or ASToniA Columbia River Export. PKCKMIIKK. 13 To QHCtCHtnrn,ier Ultghadcr. i.'mi fnrilidiii 1H.&V5 ell- wheat S2l.4M .Worm H.0.V " - toik &. IS-7 JAverp, lr CWM. Fwmi P.hiUwmI 12.277 W . A4hk "2 " 21.0fl yt.ino 5M,17 To4ks. lX.Hrt Sour 1S.0 TMlal -alw iMCO -?7(.40 iT1 inurm. W A M. ' irya 1'urtkUMl . el WrH" SMW A4m1n 2t,2 " " ... Kins of the Blood K KXAhY tik SKA. Mr I. Pcr UA I'1 -AlUttl. Fft K - R. Wr... " IJU. CnMMT. i? Ir4ii Fr M ! F:b 1 j ,,- ftr Mc ! - Mw-iwut F Ojluifcti . Zi " b l- " )bd :- ' ' U ' J 7 Orfrwi. hwb. S -. - B.T. H.--- 7-trf. 4a ARRIVALS FJlOil SKA. , I' r IS. T4al .4.. A-4n.4 t " .av, j?v-i ;..; fi.JiM Iir.iuri ? l!ifWl It 1 ..MJit -;i:s' art !mt.lltd.Uctr rtniwwJ T.K "." TutaU U7'. ?H,rH Cnt,. r.'k-ud CiMii'ro. i vr. imwtj-. ..".... Stcil...

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. — 15 February 1881

..,, . j - f) AvJrJlll'Jllr Vol. xiv. Astoria, Oregon, Tuesday Morning, February 15, 1881. So. 38. -,5bk, a,, -a. j lie H J n GENERAL EASTERN NEWS. KT MAIL AM) TKI.BaSAl'H. Election Returns Malrn lu Toxn Galveston. Feb. 13. A special fioni Marshal says that the coun ty clerk's office was entered hist night and the votes, of nineteen of twenty-three precincts stolen. It is presumed to be the work of oue one connected with tlu feder al court before which a Urge number of citizens were to be tried this week on a charge of violation ot the election laws. I.i s of Louisiana KIrr Crop. Nkw Vokk, Feb 12. lirail stroet's says: Tin probable total rice eiop of Louisiana will not ex ceed two hundred barrel4-. The Iites cannot 1h lr.ss than $300,000. It is piobablc. that, owing to the disappointment, of two seasons in .succession, the acreage ilevoted to rice will be this year considerably diminished, though thete is un doubtedly a steadily increasing consumptive demand for all do mestic rice. ...

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. — 15 February 1881

t;i () y' gftc $niUj jstm-iutu ASTORLA. OREGON: "TUESDAY FER. 15. 1SSJ . C. IRELAKft Editor. The South American Trouble. Lima surrendered to the Chili ans on the 17th ult., after a severe battle, and its fall wjis promptly followed by the capture of Callao. The Peruvian cause is now hope less, although a guerilla warfare might long be maintained in the .snountains. Defeat has followed defeat in quick succession ever since the Chilians captured the iron-clan Huascar, in the autumn of 1S75L The struggle which has .brought on Peru all the devasta tions of a war in a merciless spirit originated in a breach of the treaty made between Chili and Bolivia ionje years ago, by which the first was guaranteed certain miniag and guano privileges in a territory ly ing along the geographical boun--iaries of the two countries. In consequence of these privileges V Chilian merchants and capitalists organized effective measures for the levelopment of the resources of the -territory in which the mines a...

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. — 15 February 1881

(1) V gfec iii"lu storiau ASTORIA. OREGON: " ' TUESDAt .....FEB. 15. Hhl TRSTTRn EVERY MORNING. .-.i- a .-. I. C. Irelanrt. Editor and Proprietor, i .Astoria' UhIUIIiuj, ' SfnoL Terms of Subscriptien: served by Carrier, pur veeb 'JS Cents aoDtby mail, nnir uioniht " Uui bv mail, one year 9 ' ?rceof Po-uureM.-abs.ribB:,. tfsr Adverti&emeei lnc-ertcd bj the ear at the rate of SI 50 per square per inontk. Transient advertjf inK. by the day or week, fifty cents i-or Kiuar for each in-eruon. The Vtcckly Aslnrlau Is a mammoth sheet, exactly double the size of theDail. It is just the im- per for the fireside, containing in addi- Uon to all the cui rent news, choice nnV eellany. agricultural waiter, market re- ports, etc. It is furnished to single Mil- bribers at $2 00 p-r year in advance. J5TA limited niimoer ot Miiall :ider - tibeineuts inserted at established rate. THE CITY. Tuk Dail Avtoiua.s mil I ma hy ' ..,. .t-. i.. ..,. fh,,ff...n mnJdni cri wlio eontanilatcalc:tcefnim the cltu...

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. — 15 February 1881

'mu. nil iiww m raz gailaj fhstsxixru ASTORIA. OREGON: TUESDAY FEB. 15, 1881 COMMERCE AND TRADE. FliiaiKitHl. 9ivr, at u.r. Gn xefe&M 5a t'nuMHtww X $ promim. Ofe h.etMBe on Nw Yrk buff tmrx 3Miifg. Vt te 1 ixretmt. lcat f eatere -ir. TMagnMAic twar 8f Yrk I r cmm- j.uu. fOKT OF AiSTOJUA KXAJ0V WU SKA. aalkrr. m Hartm. tr 8 I F M BewAv. Ur Vk. INmmf. 1mmwA. I'M I a vvrt Oriifaiai. i . Baawiqr Fli WoWm. httt. as! tew. Uxri. S F Fb K .AtartaRm. Mr lcr. 34 tan Oi ir. OUw. BrKM VU.rU Lirunwwt r It ProMest. Kr Ml &. wn Fl.ath Feb AflMu. Br Mr Mi 8fcw. UwTml K OtkartH m . toor I' r"t 7 HH IM. bV w V oo.. Jm A Ciimr, mm 8. F Jan JE tKl.ll A ..- flVl Jiff. Kiel, br t.M tw. Klkah. Jaiwoart. Urwa rn- tMi INrti'.m. 1 Ii. Sprra c f F 7 A rber. ter Ok. (Ws Merivr llr-.-aJ M Kate ul A 'um ufama. ek V tM. 1, wti Ctrntn, Uaror.J.a3 OvrMier Hr l towm Ay J" I DnrhiHi. Mr fa. NHv KemNt X Shabrieft. 0 fc lrLf-l"fc -. 1 IJnri :'? -LS OA TilK A 1 . From AianwKii I'url. Oriwi. brtz. HZ urn Witiiaa...

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. — 16 February 1881

0) Si toxiixn. Vol. xiv. Astoria, Oregon, Wednesday Morning, Fcbruaiy 16, 1881. So. 39. fflie mi I WASHINGTON CITY SEWS. HY MAIL ANUTKI.I'.RiPH. V Kill Torn Nev Tvrritory. Washington, Feb. 14. A bill reported by Senator Sautler. to es tablish the territory f Pembina. proposes to form a new territory from that portion of Dakota, lying: north of the 46th parallel. Appropriations Asked for Trinidad. Washington, Feb. 14. Berry to-dav presented in the tomac the resolutions of the California lee lature favoring a twgrsiotiHl ap- probation for the construction of the breakwater, etc., .at Trinidad. ' Ice llorsrti. Until Li ns Up. Washington, Feb. 14. The flood which came rushing down the Potomac, .Sut unlay, submerged th lower por;Joi of this city for near ly twenty-four hours. It has now subsided. The damage to voxels, wharves and property along the riv er is estimated at between $."0,000j and $1 00,000. The damage to prop erty and merchandise in the imme diate portion of the oity will pr...

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. — 16 February 1881

m c ASTORIA. OREGON: 17JSDXKSDAY FEB. 10. lbSl 9.C. IKELAM Editor. Crumb or Comfort. By examining our telegraphic dispatencs this inortiiiisr. our Hind ers will noticr that we liavo the same old story to tull in reference :to the action of congress with re gard to the improvement of the (Columbia river bar. Every creek and mud flat of the United State, discernible by the aid of u magui--.-fying glass, has its appropriation for imprevement: but nothing is allowed absolutely nothing for the Columbia river bar. We have, however, a crumb of comfort to "offer our friends in Astoria on this seemingly negligent or hostile at titude of congress and the engi neer department, and it is this: This is not a defeat merely of the Astoria Chambur of Commerce, but it is also a defeat of the Port land Board of Trade and the San 'Francisco Chamber of Commerce, fcoth of which have lately joined us in an earnest demand that the eatrauce to the Columbia river be iroproTed. Now, what is to be done? NVe g...

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