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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 16 February 1881

f?) ghjc axlB sinrlan. ASTORIA, OREGON: WEDNESDAY .FEB. 16. IRSi ISSUED EVERY MORNING. LMonJay Excepted). . C. Irrlantl, Editor aud Proprietor. Asiona. linU'liiu, " .f-il. fcriis 0 Subscription . served by Carnor. per Mfeeii ..... Lent sent by mail. lourtuoaibi-..... -... .... ' Sent by sail, uno year " ,M Frise ef Piwuuse to ubncribrs. osr Advertisements inserted by the j ear t the rate of SI "ill nor nuuarc per munth. IraDFontadtirtiiin;. by tboday or .reek. fifty cents xor rauarc for each Injortiun. Ttoc nVfkl) Aslorlau Is a mammoth sheet, exactly double the.Mzeof the Daily. Iti- just the pa yer for the fircsiilcconUiininu in addi tion to all the current news, choice mis cellany', agricultural matter, market re ports, "etc It i iuniMifd to single iul hcrioers si SI 00 per year in advance. &TA limit! niunoer of small uilver tis.emc.nts inserted at established ratu. THE CITY. Thk Daily .vtoi:ia wtU !c itf lp nuUatViceulr a month. rf,-f Mduc Raw ere who cniUtniiimt:alirnci fnmi ...

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. — 16 February 1881

(1) ?fb& ait &$bx&KXL Celuabla River Experts. DF.CF.MnKi:. 13 To Qun ft own , per Ringleader. From Portland 19.606 ctls wheat ?,4H) M A-storia UfCC " " 2U000 fANT. ASTORIA. OREGON: WEDNESDAY ...KEB. lfi, 1S81 Tidal. "R.712 1- T I.ircrMl. jxr CfciMcrw. 1'rnm rrtlaml 1277 1W Ilvnr... Astwrta S . STO.JM inSCELLANEOUS. ju jit"nF-iTw i v -- rjiE. i i?Si3S5 4rfejN& ?- 5K.4T 300 16.WW C8HMERGAHD TRADE. ' FiltauctHl. Silver, at par. Coin eawAiaga a San FrtuMtMe X l?Mt uromiaat. Coin Meluw oa Sw Yrk Wiarc ; foMbs. !4 1 - LcsaI fuudan. tr. Te4cnMe traar? s Sr Yt t mr W9t-pn.minm. iOKT OP .UJWlClA ttAr mt; an. m Qm Bartec. SM- S F F-Mt Mavja. Or Ml Paaair. Una. F M MM f3Wraia. -. tm mm. Ba. toF waMam. tMt. a uttM. unm, 8 f f . - AtMMtenM. r ten. 7 mm. Owmt. Hnt Otter. Hr fcfc, a !. U hi rami ;V4oa Fr4A. SB Ias ?! FA Aetata. Br fci- 73t. aaaw. Lwa F M tiakiarta . 7t toe H.l- M r . F IaHOor-. Br bfc. u ton. C tyi. Jaa 27 Omhmt. eca 8. f. Jaa 2S JMtkM . r 7 MNM. J MKHIl Ah Mitt 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. — 17 February 1881

II vsr twAnn. Vol. xiv. Astoria, Oregon, Thursday Morning, February 17, 1881. No. 40. Wtdin e ftEXEK.U- EASTER S SEWS. V MAIL ASl TW-ltCItAPIt. The Co.ii nine rirr. to set limits to the possible achicve- A Through I'a-lrru Line,. ,n - r Cmcvo.o Feb. Id. Mr. .!. W. vutouia, reb. 14. Hr; tin at menLs of modern science, : Morse, general ' pasaoiigw .igont uf tlui Jhns' rivcr ill0S at l"m' iminy apparently impossible things the Union Pacific, has just return- 1,ttS bur,lt trough the roof in stall lmV(. Hren(ly Ihh-ii Mccomplishpd ed from New York, where he and i No 3- :UU is hn.ingat fearful tmu one is apt to say that the other officials, of the mad, have i te ' thc almve mnS simple fact Utt a thing is itnpos been perfecting arniiigonieiits for' u ,M5Jit l ' , siblc i Muit SMfficient guamnteo the construction of a new line from ' " ,l Mpo5sible U, ascertain , that u wiI MHie day hp doms. Grander Utah, a station on the ! lh WI11 thc fm or lHe d,rec-1 Nt"ntl philosophy msit that all Union...

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. — 17 February 1881

(n ghc $y slQXnru ASTORIA. OREGON : FEU. 17. 1SS1 "THURSDAY- .. KBKL1M lid 1 1 or. TIic Industry of tho Ottoman Empire. The Burden Couite-Bartlctf marriage, so much talked of ami many times Mapoin-l, ! beon consummated. King Kalakua will to Yoko hama to arouse a dissire among the desirable eastern people for emi gration to the Saiuhvi.-.h islands. He frankly expresses hi.- belief that the native nic' of his king dom is destined to suffer extinc tion before many year. Rev. .1. 13. Hartwi'll, of the Chinese Baptist Mission, San Fran cisco, administered the rit of liapti&m. recent, to a Chinese matron named Foong 'J'y This is said to be the second instance upon the Pacific coast of a Chinese woman receiving the rite of baptism. Tin children of the sun do not take kindly to our religion. It is difficult to make them see wherein it is any im provement over that of their great law-giver, Confucius. Major Robert S. Gardiner, U. S. Indian inspector, lias arrived in Washington, bringing ...

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. — 17 February 1881

01 glxc gnSlu storftin. ASTORIA, OREGON: THURSDAY FEB. 17, 1881 ISSUED EVERY MORNING, .Mmlay Excepted!. D. C Ireland. Editor and Proprietor. Terms of Subscription . served by Oarrior. ir weok 3S troHU- cent fay mall, lour iinUi:.... . ....s3 c Sent bv mail. one jrer ' free ef Ponare to rinbscribare. oar AdvemKeiaoM inserted by the year at the rate of $1 ft per square ir uDtk. rraDEJont advertising, by the day or wek. tVty oonts jx Hiaare for wch iiMortliMi. Ibe Wet-My AstorJan Is a mammoth sheet, exuetlj double the size of the Dailj. It U jtist the w perforthe fireside eoiiLiining in audi tion to all the current news, choice niiv cellanv. agricultural matter, market re ports, etc it iurni.shed to single ! bribers at S2 00 per year, in advance. J?TA limited numoerof small adver tisements instilled at established rales. THEC1TY. Thk Daily a-tomaa uhU U tif by nuitlnf.b cents i nuritth.fru "f iit4utit Ilea ere who c(mUmi'alcolncc fwiw. the cllu can Have Thk astokias jhIUhc tlum. Ikkua ...

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. — 17 February 1881

HI -a Ixz nilij QsiBxliiru ASTORIA. OREGON: THURSDAY - ..FEB. 17 1SS1 COMMERUIUND TRAOL I'lIIHIIVIIlt. Sth-er, t pur. . Coin ettduiig- am das Fnum-ww $ jMsrlewM precusM. Own wtetto Xw Yrk lutraa: imr: dtta.ltoi per - Jjogfti Tender--ir.r. Tcrlr-aduc tr-uwfc-re Xw Trft ! it (. rrMbiuw. FKT tF VSTtilMA. 5AIM&. Gw Mj-rie. t 8 F F. 14 Parta-aT. Br Mi fmr Ulan-- Pa M MaUTGu. . MM. Pallii tefe 1' "Will '. -Hi lav. tmm. r J? iJ blrill, Br . 7. MB. tV-Wwr. j tHtw. 8r aw. t "tat Uvenwot ae B PratS :. ft bk i-r Fal-Matta Feb Amc. 3r bfc. 7v-ta . ltnmA Ft onto mr. ?:& te-. 4r s r r " EcJ xi-r brdii9CU4.trf -M-paa. Ja Vta r ."Wt. Itf V. 7 t ia 9 W4i fM Ul I Mar ? . F ! KMMk . Mi. Htt toxf Wil.U. UthnM. o'tvit SC umm. JVtilta. A V f a IS. fMT ' r ; Areh-tr tir ok. " Ka. Kr---. JnhM.j4 it Kai.ofc. .. yw,i,Mji.MI fX-e.. r.w a rui: hai. From AimPir i'ort. tlrHCt. Iwhc ! Ki-t- "tVtai!. r Trot-M. . ; "'-. it i Hl is '. J i Mwa. . m lWi Muni. . jc w t ;wtti. -4. "rt'4-JliH.. Jan )3 . Kats ivea...

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. — 18 February 1881

m fflie & Jr JP Jv Ji JUl' Ii 1' Vol. xiv. Astoria, Oregon, Friday Morning, February 18, 1881. So. 41. C.ENUIUL EASTERN SEWS. BV AII. A.ND TKI.IWIUPH. auiarr i ire. ! Nkw York, Feb. 16. The heavv ice, over twenty iuohes 1 thick, in the bays and harbors about Lohjt island has done much damage. Wlwrves have been swept away and vessels injured. Fatally Itiirnrd 1)aniklonvillk, Conn., Feb. 16. Three children were fatally burned to-day by pouring keroseiio oh a fire. Their mother wju sori ously injured in tiring to Mive them. mii:iHj at I'hIih, III. Ouisa, Feb. lfi. Smallpox, wJiidi j prevails, here at an epidemic ex tent, has caused complete stagna tion of business. There are to day twenty-i cases of smallpox and varioloid in Cuba and ius vicimtx'. Six deaths liuvt- already occurred and somr of the ick aie very low. smallpox lncreiisin:; at Chiraso. Chicac.o, Feb. 16. Smallpox is increasing here quite fast. Yester day's reports showed eleven new cases, while there were only six teen...

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. — 18 February 1881

V! Ci) k ghc jDU lij sAstoriun. ASTORIA. OREGON: FRIDAY .. .?.. FEB. 18. 1S81 . C. IKELA.ND Lriitor. Astoria's Direct Trade. It is a gratifying fact that As 4oria is gradually breaking loose from both Portland ami San Fran cisco in getting her tin direct from I.iiverpool and shipping her salmon direct. The Ry ovale, now dis--ckarcrimr Her eariro at FlavePs harf, brings twelve thousand 3ioxes of tin to Astoria direct from Jjiverpool. She will bi followed hy other direct vessels whicli will leave fourteen or fifteen thousand loxes more. This is more than has been brought direct in all previous seasons combined. Our coasters too, now find it to their advantage to bring cargoes to As toria and discharge without going aip to Portland. In reporting the salmon too, we are reliably in formed that during the present neason rates will be arranged to eatly favor shipping from Astoria -direct to Liverpool, rather than from San Francisco or Portland. Cotton in India. The decline in the cultivati...

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. — 18 February 1881

b) glue gstilB storinn. ASTORIA, OREGON: FRIDAY FEB. 18. 181 IS8UED EVERY MORNING. (Monday Excepted;. e. Ireland, Editor niul Proprietor. Astortan IiuiUUug, Cats tilrtet. Tcrms 0 Subscriptien: j to one afui al.ne in Portland. Aiken, 'coin to be narrated not to take wved by Corner, per wock .25 Cent i Selling fc LV. .tUy-;ivi- osvs of place Oil the Stage; but the man Sent by mail, lour months :4 w I t ,s 1 4. ,. JVside this thev L.r.r : an-smct. thic :i hn im' .1 Sent by mail, cbc yetir w u Tree of Ponaxe toiubMJribors. " Advertisement irxrlxi by the cur hi ) the rate of SI hi per ?quire per month. Transient adveruVunr. by the day r week, ftfty oents ier rqtiare lor wich inrum. TIm- -kl) Atoriun lb a mammoth sheet, exactly double the size of the Dailj. It U just the m perforthe fireside, containing in addi tion to all the current new?, choice mis cellany, agricultural mailer, market re ports, etc. It in furnished to single ul scribers at 32 00 per year in advance. rA limited numoer o...

Publication Title: Daily Astorian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 18 February 1881

on MISCELLANEOUS. a H. HHYA5TP. B. A. NnVIUE. ASTORIA. OREGON: FRIDAY .... 1"...FEB. 18. 1BSJ CO&!MERGAKD TRADE. riitnttciiil. Sitvr. at par. . GttM KcttBtt OB Mt FmtMIMO M pflTlttMt jwomia. C-oki exeftao o Nrw Yurk fcwywut r: iridtfar. ltiI peroaat- Lmsni ieiitlur par. TtgtltinctramtllmrfB Smc Trk I je . .r-rr..'i.a. MJtTOF AfvTOKlA ttuditr ftatCd. 3AltKI. towfe. Br Wc. Pb UveffMMl. Kef ti tM4J U.J1WIIM. mi cw wmm. MMV- MB & Jf WMM. MM- W toss, bxtfe. f fr I AlWTto Mr fcark. 34 tMM. f r. Qwt Wewn. Ft I tiiwr. Hrt.tr wis ' rk. UmpmI Pn0tm.. F.- t). a ton Kalwaath' rfc Agkns. Mr bfc. ".. Nuw. M-! Ft M-H IrV- - k '! Ua Lttrpi. Jm OolKVr on . f. Jr. 3 fc-s-r tt. HrMc W umk. ! 9 4KKMJ, 7.-O.W JfXA. .Varifc ms fcfci H urn 9mrtfMhm. ti V l' 14 .r t.. Hi tm Ult II Sprr . S IT lr " OwcmtK Br fcK ' im 1. m Ajr 4- SI DurkM.t Krk t-- .i.. f. '-.. I mi S j lnt-Ko r- ttrw. ! j VlBlSt-.JlftU UII. HAl. TrJKtr. -! --. 11 .IW 1". .Ur s CVlsBor. ?. tV-B4-M- N'evv Ytri. Jar. . 'Wk Wir.xvw, Am ...

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. — 19 February 1881

0) IU &0t0ffttl -4 Vol. XIV. Astoria, Oregon, Saturday Mornirig, February 19, 1881. ffo. 42. GENERAL EASTERN SEWS. BY MAIL ASO TM-HGAIX. KlwcUnrte (tailed. )i:nvkk, Feb. 17. The www blockade of the Kansas Pacific and Santa 1'V roads lias ended and de javcd trains are all through. SnaM Miirui al Chieaxo Chkaoo, (jwiditig-ht) Feb. lt. lace eight o'clock this evening nearly five iuche of snow lias fallen and it is -till ceming: at the rate of an inch in two hours. Chinese HirKlintloH ( 'iiit'Ado, Fkb. I?. Three oeles lals, desirous of becoming bona fide American citixtis, yesterday applied to .John Stephens, clerk of 4U' Criminal court, for naturaliza tion papers. Moy Hong Kee, one of the trio, had only been in the country a few montlts, and made application for and was given hi first papers. How il is rrijiiM-l to I nite Hie .Hrt!i. crn Pari lie ami O. K. A . '.. Nicvr York, Feb. 17. The Post s-ays: It is reported that the chief organizer of the Oregon Naviga tion system recently ...

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. — 19 February 1881

r) t" Jp,e gitibj gtoxtoru ASTORIA. OREGON: SATURDAY FEI5. 10. 1SS) B2. C. IttELAM Editor. Editorial Correspondence. Palm 1:1: HorK, Chkjo, Feb. 6th, 1 881. Arrived safely at 5 :1.j 3. .m. Our postnl cards, dropped along the route daily, have kpt you posted in a sort of way con cerning the trip from San Fran cisco, which has been pleasant, and in a general way uninter rupted, until last night, when we "were plunged into so many snow drifts after leaving Council Bluffs that before daylight this morning we were six hours behind time. Of this, however,-personally, 1 was wholly unconscious, having retired at an early hour and slept most profoundly until 7:13 v. m. The ost time was nearly all made up after leaving Cedar rapids, Iowa, and we rolled into Chicago or, nore intelligibly speaking, flew into the city 60 miles per hour 2:15 behind time. The Chicago and Northwestern is the pioneer line, snd will always be popular so long is Dr. W. 11. Stennctt is at the helm, and such engineers 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. — 19 February 1881

f'1 gfec titTv $t0rlstiu ASTORIA, OREGON: SATURDAY FEB. 19, 1831 ISSUED EVERY MOENING, (Monday Excepted. P. C. Ireland, Editor and Proprietor. Aatvrian Building, dus Xtieet. Terms of Subscription : berrod by Carrier, per week..... .'.15 Cents Sent by mail, four inenths ... S8 00 Ssct by mail, odo year. 9 W Free uf Postace to Subscriber. 2-Advertisements inserted by the year at the rate of SI "0 iersuaroper month. Transient adverti'inp, by the day or week. Sfty cents per square for each insertion. The IVcfkly Atorlan Is a mammoth sheet, exactly double the ize of the Daily. It is ju-t tlw a iM?r for the fireside, containing in addi tion to all the eurreut ni'ws choice mis cellany, agricultural matter, market re ports, etc. It is furnished to single .sub scribers at S2 U0 per year in advance. 22TA limited nuinoer of small adver tisements in-erted at established rates. THEC1TY. The Daily a.-tokia mil l ft lv ma(lal75tnti! amonth. frccf puttw- Ihita ers who ctcinrAittcal(MCC 1 rm the cit...

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. — 19 February 1881

h) JSJfte jui& QstoxxtoxiXk ASTORIA. OREGON: SATURDAY FEB. 1S. 1SS1 COMMERCE AND TRADE. Cimtiicial. SBrw, at MT. Om ciuuis n aaa Fraaewco J insrleowt ptwoivM. Cairn axooense New York toyiar rc: nimiiB.ltol iwtcom. IjBgaT Tender -par. Tjlairafdue traarfan ea Xr Y 1 jtar BMR. ItenUttlfc. PORT OF XSSOmA MKADV trail SUA. -AtLJCn. Ouf-r Br b WtUta V-'" vr m. an , ihtaww. fc r ! if. 0N Marie. tr F IV1. 14 HiwIm. Be Mu IVa Uiil. Vctt U & GaJifenwa. m. J mm. AriMMy. tm9 rtSu AftnU MU. tee, fcwrta. f Ttfrlt Jl-ilnwi (i be. 7M M. Ohmt. m whi . l i ; $Hm. Br V ta 'JUrk. UtlH' I iPat.i. - Uu tM (MM rahawu r M Agta. Br iV ?v haaw. Im-pwrt KHl V St br fcfcWti uj. Lumvom -. S Ooaraar. n S K. Jan 2Z Saflicwv Kiv- Brbts IStaa. 9 AMuctbM -WO. J Hwm f4 I" (fMBin -. rtU umm MMtrn V. I IS . fih Utmi tokt . MM Patrxwui V lrb 14 iMtll AMbcr.br Mt. 'Ifrlu.a-. M jrcer. linMwe,i(4Hi M Kale d Amu ia eh. 23 Mmm. 1Mia). CtetM HriMr..lM Jlitlwa. Br t4 Iom. $ fa OumJm SbSt. C lAtfct-lioBK tr. Ilnrm. r I'K...

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. — 20 February 1881

01 at tenon Astoria, Oregon, Sunday Morning, February 20, 1881. ffo. 43. Vol. xiv. Wmw fflli GENERAL EASTERN SEWS BT 3A1L, AND TKUHOKArM. The Morm in tlir "We-t. Chicago, Feb. 18. The snow hich began last evening continu ed all night at a very even rate and at G this morning there wu 7 inches of snow on the ground in the city. At 1 ndianapolis the rain fall was S5-100. At this point, re ducing the snow to water, the fall -was C2-100. Snow in Illinois as far west as Mcndott was 7 io S inches deep. Westward from there to the Mississippi it was gradually increased to 10 inches. u Iowa the fall wa less. There has been great delay on the rail roads. Many freights were aban doned and all are delayed. Kcjtistrr r Hie lanroutcr Land onire Appointed. Washington, Feb. IS. The president hat- nominated Ebcn Smith, of Michigan, register of tho land office at Vancouver, Wash ington territory. PACIFIC COAST XEW.S. BV THAU. AXH TKI.KCKAMI Indian On t rage in Xorturrn Mrxiro. Tuosox, Feb. 18. Inform...

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. — 20 February 1881

d - 7: gkc aXrj storton. ASTORIA. OREGON: rfiUNDAY 7. FEB. 20. 188 9.C. 1KELA Keillor. 31orioH Miseries. "Writing from Ogden the editor of Tin: Astokian says: 'Outside barbarians kiioxv very little about ihe inner nature of Mormon polygamy, because the saints take especial care to keen their system secret so far as it is possible. The mere fact of polygamy is with us -very properly held to mean the destruction of home, as Americans understand that term; the degra- (lation ot woman, the improper -nurture of children, the carrying on of a debasing immorality un der the name of religion. But if the system in its details were bet ter uuderstood, there is good rea son to beliere that it would be re garded with even greater abhor rence than is now felt for it. Whenever the curtain is raised, cven a little, and a glimpse obtain ed of the domestic life of the Mor uicns if they can be said to have a. domestic life there is sure to be a revelation of degraded humanity, coarse, tyrannical manh...

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. — 20 February 1881

m $x& ailij stxaiuu. ASTORIA, OREGON: SUNDAY FEB. 20, 1S81 ISSUED EVERY MORNING, (Monday Excepted). D. C. Ireland, Editor and Proprietor. Astorian Entitling, Cass Sired. Terms of Subscription : berved by Carrier, per weok .....23 Cents Sent by mail, four months ...S3 W Sent by mail, one year . ... 3 00 Free of Postaco to Sabscribers. wf Advertisements inserted by the year at the rate of 81 o0 ier square ior month. Transient advertising by the day or week, fifty cents per square for each insertion. The Weekly Astorian. Is a mammoth sheet, exactly double the size of the Daily. It is ju-t the pa per for the fireside, containtnti in addi tion to all the current new-;, choice mis cellany, agricultural matter, market re ports, etc It is furnibhed to single sub scribers at S2 00 per year in advance. STA limited uumoer of small adver tisements inserted at e-tahlished rates. TEEECITY. The Daily Astoria vlU. 1 cnt hy maflat'Sccnts a monUufrccof poAaqc. Head ers icho contemplate absence fr...

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. — 20 February 1881

PJ ColfuaMa River Experti. DECKMBEH. 13 To iueccttointfper Ringleader. From Portland IWJGS ctls wheat St, Astoria 14.05G ' . 21.W) 5IISGELLATTE0US. a K. BRYANT. s. a. ttEvirxa ASTORIA. OREGON: SUNDAY "........".. FEB. -JO. 1SS1 Totals -.712 SfiO.ICO IS TW JAverpiKtL, per CMtdcr. l'nM Portland KSH hWs wr J55.4TK Astoria s " S.K00 vliXftlM RTi- CSSiySS COMMERCE AND TRADE. vjzr jjtZAm7&fCi-njriiirfr tr I i i 1MB i Hlii i ' I i I hm Si Piuunctal. Stiver, M par. Cota exeiiaoire on Sa Kraaewe J tet,eaat pr amfaiB. Cm txekmst) New Yrk Wyiac vmr; .Legal Teaaen r. Td wyapaic traarfaw aw 3w Twfc I nmr .pnmvtm. rORT OF ASTORIA. KKAJtr fO&SBA. Aiu. OwiMkr Kr fak XwtaNM HwwhM f" 17 OrtHua m. SO tea, yahhaaa, K I' Fw R. Cw Harter. W t F F M iW. Rr b. Peiik Irtwsrpool. Fu I! SiataAfCaltiafM. a. . Mmr.teSF WMMt. bkt. JM umm. Umbt. f F Feb I AtorieaM. Br lark. 7M . Cmmmt. Qatani taw. F.'b M ). Kr ok. tan CUrk. Umvwwu F IWwm, 1 1. M6 ( fataMMMk IV M Am, Br bk. Vitoa. SUau. f.rwpa FA It JC-rl ...

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. — 22 February 1881

(n itmn Astoria,' Oregon, Tuesday Morning, February 22, 1881. No. 44, Vol. XIV. jQPftUi) GENERAL EASTERN -NEWS. V MAIL AM) TKLRGKAl'M. lillard and Hie V.rlliern IMrlllr. 'kw York, Feb. IS. The Post savs: In prt confirmation of tle report yesterday that the $3,000. 000 raised by the chief organizer of the Oregon Railway and Navi gation company were to be uel fn obtaining control of the Northern Pacific railroad we have to-day the authority of a leading lwuiker for. the statement that the chief ro moter of the Organ Hail way and Navigation comjiany told hhn that he had alreudy secured a Tnajority of the Northern Pacific atock. Mcnnilionl Bnmcd. Monimu:, Feb. III. The steaiw ei Fairplay, with SOTt bales of cot ton, and the wharf boat Katie. .00 bales of cotton and a large lot of merchandise, wen- dewxyni by fire this merning: feupod incen diary; lo SSO.OOO. insurance $40,000. The oflicers of the Fairplay barely cscajHid with their lives, and in iiisrht clothe, tapt. ltabun and Thomas A...

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. — 22 February 1881

p) - gfcx gUixtu gustorUm. ASTORIA. OREGON: TUESDAY- FEB. 1SS1 ,C. IRELAND Editor. Dangerous Men. Editorial Oorr. Astokian. Editorial Correspondence. Paoikr HorK, Ciiia;o, Feb. 7th. 1SS1 - When our old friond A. Booth awoko this merning: to find the snow disappeared and fast dis appearing, as though a veritable chinook wind had crossed the con tinent, rains descending leisurely "as at Astoria," he wendered: and musing to himself he said: "What ivebfoot has come amongst us to dav' At half past ten v.e were in his cos office corner of Lake -and State streets, smoking the pipe of peace and thanking Providence for such fortuitous changes in the weather. Tt is o surprising! Yes terday at this hour the weather was booooming cold, business para lyzed, men and women stunned, to; day "iney gracious" no better -weather could be picked out, and as a consequence all trains leave on time, and your humble corres pondent sails away for the national capital in time to be there by the time set to sa...

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