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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 22 February 1881

(?) glic gaUB storlun. ASTORIA, OREGON: TUESDAY FEB. 2. 18S1 ISSUED EVERY MORNING. Mnda; Excepted!. D. C Iiclaud, Kdltor ami Proprietor. AAanan Bildinj, Cnm iHmt. Terms of Subscription : served by Garner. per week J2& Cents 3t fay mail. iWr months......-.. .....i 0) Sizz by mail, ese year. . "0 free f Pwstase w Subscribers. of Advertisements inserted by the year at the rate of SI 5M nor naro per month. Transient alvertiint, by the day r week. fify cent? per square for each insertion. Tin Meekly Aslorian Is a mammoth slieet, exactly double tL'-Vizeof the Daily. It is jn-t the jm per for the fireile. coiiUiniiiij in addi tion to all the current news, choice mis ceiiany. agricultural matter, market re ports etc. It is luniishetl to single sub scribers at 2 (K) per year in advance, 25TA limited iiuiimit of Miiall adver timents inserted at establilifd rates. THECIT. The Daily atohiaN iriil he ent by munnnocattit a month, frrof ittayc limn ers who cimtctni)latcalCHCcfrnm 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. — 22 February 1881

CfJ JIJIxc gnalu gystoimt. ASTORIA. OREGON: 'JTKSDAY ..?.!.... FKK. 22. 1RSI COMMERCE AND TRADE. Cimim-inl. SOver. at tar. Cms kiiaii-- n .-'n t-raci '4 H-rJt-e tVCMtHUI. Cm .haaire m New Yrk bay-fa- -atr: XiWWK. ! ( 1 IHM-COttU Legal Teeaerc tor. Yekr.afaic ti-4fer Kew Yadr t ttw 9WH. i-ra-iua. POKT OF ASSOKIA. MXAJtV iWMSXA. SAlUtu. C Jtnater Kr k M !-. --l.wtt M 17 UK4MK JM tt. IMdMMHU r K IT. (Jw Matter. tO 1' l II Ju maty. Mr t. IV-aajr. IAnoimmI. !' II SCMfOalffcruue.lt0 mm. WrtHiw. t$ F I IS WeftawM. I.U. 3Si . ln-a-i. V F N A fcrrl .-. w hark. 7Sa Um. t'c-atr-r. 4mem- tMam F-M iMtH. Or a, a mm "hark. Uiirml Ft-1 I tUmi t. Fr V. SlW ta- FalnwMMb F-i M Aaana. Jr aSt7-tawi. Mias. UrMM4 IVfc IB Jlarl B--t. kr hi 51 . Ltwrf-oat. 4a Ommncr. ek. . F. Jaa St M Iter. Krl. tw. Jan Attujx'Ai rmx SXA. Mrianrth . kk. 2W mm .Vwmw IVfc K CXwwrtiU . Kfl um . S 1". Ir IT Kwtfc HmhI Ut C t l'mMiMi. F r M XcwA- ir M. M Ik. Wk. Ijriimil. T II. &farr . wh S I" ! 7 Mber. WM,. -. .Xiwf. Mn,mm ...

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. — 23 February 1881

he ttttH if ,y JP Jv JyJUl' 11 ly Yol. xiv. Astoria, Oregon, Wednesday Morning, February 23, 1S81. No. 45. GENERAL EASTEKX XEWS. Itr MAIL AMI TKOttOKAl'll. tattle l.tins Colorado ft-oiii Cold. La Junta, Feb. 50. The ditches near Caddo w are dotted with dead cattle, on account of cold weather. Hem. miow Mnrm. XkwYork, Feb. 20 A driv inir mi"' storm, about the heaviest of the jscmsob, prevails here. I'lrc al s1It Cllj. Colorado. Sii.vkk City, Feb. 50. A fire broke out at noon in a saloon on Cliff street and destroyed a num ber of buildings; total loss, about ..-o.ooo. KigMilr r Corn. Si. Loci-, Feb. 51. One thou sand cars of corn, equal to a mil lion bushels, was sold to-day on the track at East .St. Louis for ship ment to Baltimere: price 3H cents, which is above the market. It rocs forward at cut rate. The Grave of Columbus. clmfcti" GolHHMton. It is jrenerally supposed that the bones of Christopher Colum bus, the great explorer, are at Havana, in the island of Cuba, but recent inve...

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. — 23 February 1881

CZ e JEftc gaalij gistjorlutu ASTORIA. OREGON: "WEDNESDAY .... FEB. 23. 1SS1 B.C. IKKL.1M .INI I tor. Jilgi Tourree, author of the Tool's Errand, in a lonir comtnuni cation to the New York Tribune, in refuting the allegations of a southern critic against h work, shows the fallacy of the charges so frequently rung at the south re garding northern carpet-baggers. In 1SG0 only about one and two thirds of the jKpulation of the south were northern born, in all 119,5)13 souls. In KS70 the total was 130,011, making an increase of 10,09S in the entire ex-confederacy. Of this addition North Caro lina had 401, and South Carolina 172, while Georgia had 140 and Alabama 503 less than ton years earlier. Vet all these states were -professedly overrun by the carpet baggers. In only three of tin Mates, viz., South Carolina, Missis sippi and Louisiana, were there northeraers enough to carry the state, with the assistance of the whole colored vote, against the southern born whites. As -Judge Tourgee r...

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. — 23 February 1881

f3j glue hUb 5ta.vSira. ASTORIA, OREGON: "WEDNESDAY FEB. S3, 1SS1 ISSUED EVERY MORNING, Monday Excepted). D. . Irehiuil, Ildilor ami Proprietor. Aatwian Betiding, Case Street. Terms of Subscription ; errfrd by Carrier, uer woek.............2o Cents Sent by Mail, fMir iantb Seat by mail, ae year . free of Pot2e t subscriber. - 9o0 c- Advertisements inserted by the year t the rate of ;1 'M ier nmre per month. Transient advwttrfns, by tie day or week, fifty cents nor square for each JBsertioB. The WcM .Worian !, a mammoth -Invt, exactly double the -ize of the Dully. Jt is jum tin -iH-r for the rtreHle. conuimii m addi tiontoall the -un't news cliU-e mi ceilanv, agricultural matter, market re port, etc. It is tin nislicu to M!?le Mili scribers at ri 0() per year in advance. SfA limited muiiuer f Miiali udvci-ti-wiient-s inverted at established rate-. ' THECITY. The Uaii.v a stow an tcM i ew p maS tlecttl.- a HVtHlii. fr(cf khc Ilrmi cry tcho omtcniltcnlfCHecfrim Utc city can nact Thk 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. — 23 February 1881

no Ixc SnUtj stxsximT, Columbia, River Exports. IiECKMItKIt. IS T QHercHttoiriitPcr lilHglcader. From PortUtnrt IH.flfWcllN wheat S.M AMorlu ILIUM tl.o MISCELLANEOUS. a K. 3RYANT. S. a. irnvii.L2. ASTORIA. OREGON: "WEDNESDAY ..'-.-....FEB. -J3. 1SS1 . MBBIIHoTC COMMERCE AHD TRADE. Financial. Sliver, Mt par. Om exchange wo San Francise '4 rrem pNNliM. Cwu MKduuuca on New Yrk Wywc hut: Logul TMiden Mr. T40rai4ue tntwtfws wi Xw Ya 1 rwr cttrt. praniMK.. PORT OF ASTORIA. XKADY FOR SKA. All.KO. Cum MM Br bk M torn. ,'i iv. n KI7. Ol'IWH . . INMIiMMM. s r Ge Hariev. trb FW. 14 DvwMfcr. Br bfc.. ( Uwrft"!. K- 1 1 WtWoik Mrt. SCI k. Lewis, b J" Feb .Mw. Hr hark. 7 lw. iMMMr. j tw. !' W Utter. Kr bfc. t rk. U"rt rh I'rnde-t. Fr b. Umm lliMtti F ,Mhi. Rr kit. 7h U-. w. Utyol " 1-H fr-y. br I MI wmm. LicurBl. Jmi A Omnmt. . . K. J mm 11 M,UVm Kr. Hr bk 74- kw. Jw AMHUAIi FROM SKA. btaMrIHruu . WO -. RMmmt. fail' FAS .MeiascttHMi. LM. SB Urn At . FA I (Um KM ! !! S F. Frt IT rtfc Mead bat 3 imi...

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. — 24 February 1881

0) s- y)iw Vol. xiv. Astoria, Oregon, Thursday Morning. February 24, 1881. No. 46. o he ym'wwjy Annual Meeting of the Pioneer and Historical Society of Oregon. Astoria, February 22. wi. Society met at the hull of Rescue Engine compairy 2s o. 2, in this city. fleeting called to onlor at 2 r. M. Vr sident Jus. W. Welch in the chair. The roll of officers being called all Mere found to be present. The meeting was opened with pray er by Mr. T. P. Powers. Minutes of lust annual meeting were then read and on motion approved. Record of iroceeding of the ex ecutive board for the fMtst year were HT were(. read bv the secretary and on motion SiiKtiJned and approved by the so ciet. Imports of officers leing in order, tl e president was called upon, re p rted verbally that he had been away nrieli of the time, had endeavored to attend all meetings of the executive board when in town, awl U ioiote the interests of the society. He con sidered the minutes of the executive board just read as a full r...

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. — 24 February 1881

Cl gTic ai1i3 gcstxa'Uux. J ASTORIA. OREGON: THURSDAY FEB. 24. 1SS1 ,C. IKELAM ...Editor. Dissatisfaction Among Englisn Far mers. As the world grows older, peo ple are beginning to discover that ithej pay high taxes for govern jnent luxuries that could easily be dispensed with. In England, a .movement is on foot among the farmers to have the church tithes abated or entirely removed. The farmers are also more or less ex cited on the land question. They declare that they have been little better off than the Irish tenants J the last few years. They are saving nothing, but running into debt, as the number of bank ruptcies among them reveals. An association has been formed to centralize the opposition, the mem bership of which promises to be large. If England would dis tribute one-tenth of the money Snong her industrous poor that she is expending in useless, if not criminal, wars, she might greatly ameliorate the condition of her fteople. This is a view a portion of her own press takes o...

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. — 24 February 1881

p? XIxe ux!b .stxrciau. ASTORIA, OREGON: KURSDAY FEB. :M. 1881 ISSUED EVERY MORNING. (Monday xceitedl. . C. Ireland, Editor ami Proprietor. Astorian Building, h truat. Terms of Subscription ; acrred by Carner. per weeK ......425 Cmke Sent by mail, foarmenths......-. ....-.? CJ Sent by mail, one yoar . S "0 free of Postace U Subscribers. 2 Adrertuemenisinforted by theyer t the rate of SI ott ter stinare ier month. Transient advertisinp. by the day or week, fifty cents per square for each insertion. Tlie Weekly Astorian Is a mammoth ,heet, exactly double the ize of the Daily. It is jtist the pa per for the fireside, contaiiiiiisj in addi tion to all the current news cImiIc iiii cellanv, agricultHr.il matter, market re ports etc. It K furnished to insk sub scribers at 2 00 per year in advance. 3f"A limited numoer of miihII adver tisements inserted at e-tablHiexl rates. THECITY. Thk Daily atokian trill tc int by mail at 75 catii a month, frccj jtrtagc llcaa er? who amtcmitlatcatitCHCcfr...

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. — 24 February 1881

' "" ""' LH to ga.Uij Qsitiximi. ASTORIA. OREGON: THURSDAY IZ FEB. 24. 1SSI COMMERCEAKD TRADE. Pimmc.itil. Sttvar, i par. &mmadmwm a San Fntnoito M Ha" (Mr wccWmw Saw Yrk Wfci-r mr: 2001 Tai VMM-. !M -graphic Uwofare Near Yrk 1 tr . friaui. PORT OF ASTORIA. RBAUY POB 3d. 4A1UCA. Cnr Br h. mw gwirtw F-h H omm m. vaa, mm. ywhbw. srwii. ( fUrtev. tx P F M Diw. Kr Mi. ricMir UmiiMir. Fob II WMwm. Met. M toM. ltrw. S F F M AferiMM. Mr karfc. 7 Mm. O r. tawi mhm. rbit (Mur. Br Ir. tNM Ulariu Ijwbct I K I ll'MliiftA bk. Mh torn rahwMk Feb M Akmm. Br bk. Tfetoa. Saw, loiiil Fb JbriIt4rfar.brU1IIUt.aaii. Lii'iHol. J 3C Oaaraar. m. S. F. Jaa S3 H-tbwy lUv. Br bk t torn. 4m ARRIVAL fltOM SKA. ?SMMHMria.-M.tHiMN. IMmm m S I' firb MeUoctoaa. t&- IMS unm Maauaa Fb t (MmhW S24 IM Bat" S F. Feb IT fCart Bead Mm . tm INMTTntaa. F Frb M $3il. kr bk. XU ik. WiMiaaae Sira Mck S F Feb 7 Aiebar. Ur .. " mm. Www. ndmmAtm 34 Kate ataa AawkiMMMh. taaa. I, lirape IlMtMH-..lMiS rtarbw. Mr b. 4R tMs Si...

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. — 25 February 1881

0) he mmm . Vol. XIV. Astoria, Oregon, Friday Morning. February 25, 18S1. 3o. 47- jlJilkJW'JJI IN A BEAR'S CLUTCHES. A Young Woman'sDesperate Strug gle in Pennsylvania. 1)amami. (Ph.), .laui. -29. I.ot tie Men-ill. thti female hunter of this section, !ms just hal another adventure worthy of record and one which came so nar costing inr her life that site will probably in the future never resuitte licr musculine sport. A few days ago, just after the great sieet storm -which swept over the country, Lottie determined to go deer hunt Inrj. Donning her iow sliocs site started to cross Drig swamp, a denf mass of scrup oaks and laural. When tle Imd rcaohod the center of tlc ntarsJi le djs "overed the foot-print of a very larrc bear on the crust. She fol lowed the trail out of die swamp jor about two miles, when .-he dis coered the den which the animal inhabited. Entering the cave she fc und two little cubs on a bed of leaves in one corner. The cubs -were about the size of kittens and were e...

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. — 25 February 1881

en yfce ga.Utj sta.vtou. ASTORIA. OREGON: TKIDAYl FEB. 25. 1881 . C. IKELAXI Kdllor. A Defence of tire Kailroads. Tiik Astokian has always been a. friend of railroad:, and reaching Chicago, under the most adverse circumstances, on fnmda' the Oth -tlie editor became incensed at the foolish fault-finding of huch "stupids" as W. F. Storey, and men of like ilk, who assume to be Editors, and writes as follows, hav ing1 just crossed three of the best railroads in America, the Central Pacific, Union Pacific, and Chicago and Northwestern, passing through all the rigors f winter: ".ludici ous readers of certain newspapers and uncertain alleged ditto must have been greatly annoyed during the last several weeks of extreme cold weather, by daily diatribes against the management of rail vra3's on account of delays in the .arrival of trains. These senseless complaints are conceived in the pettiest spirit and expressed in the most frivolous manner. 'Three Tiours late!' exclaims one so-called -edit...

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. — 25 February 1881

m gkc 'cnB stelau. ASTORIA, OREGON: FKIDAY FEB. : 1SS1 ISSUED EVERY MORNING. Monday Excepted), I. C. Ireland, Editor and Proprietor. iatonan linUdlhtj, (uu Xlrtmt. Terms of Subscription : served by Carrjor. tier ireekM.M...M.M.!) Cent Sent oy nail. iVHirwenths... ........... Oi ta: by mail, ee year... ....-......... ! i Free f Pdstace to "subscriber. MTAdvertuetneBis inserted by iheyoar ut the rate of 1 oM per square per lawnth. Xrarjfient advertising, by the day or week, fifty cents per square for each irortion. 1 The Meekly .Woriau I a mammoth sliei't, exactly double the -ize of the Daily. It is just 11k jia iut for tin fireside, oontaiiiiii in audi tion to all the current news, choiee mis cellany, agricultural mailer, market re port., etc. It is furnished t Unfile Mill s' fibers at 2 00 per year in advanee. r"A limited minuter of nml! adver-t'-pinfjits inserted at established rates. THE CITY. The Daily a.-tokjan tctlt lif. ent rr..uiot"iCftit o mftnth.fnrttfjfUMafjc. limn er Khn ...

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. — 25 February 1881

W) tt. .MISCELLANEOUS. C H. BRYANT. S. A. NCV7LLZ. ASTORIA. OREGON: FRIDAY L .......FER. 25. IBS GOMMEBGEAND TRADE. I'iuaiiei:il. Slvr, at par. Com eK-hnnnf a Sjmi Fraetae S pwjeoatf jmaaiM. CM exetuuice am Sw Yrk WriK ": Mlia.'t krea. Legal Tea4er (r. ' Taiacraphie inMfetf aw Nr Tt4t 1 iw nt- tiremiuib. I'OKT O ASTORIA. KMJDV rOKSKA. !AtUKtK rjttf Br U. Wlww aiaiMra F K o . aa m. JJ tau. Fahtawaa. to V Fa R. . atari. lr F Prt 14 l'imhjr. Kr hh. IV-any Uiatraaml. F H V-Wat. Wrt. a toM. Lria. S F Ft Uackia. fcc ta iMytHMv. Inira lafcS AMnn. Kr hart. 3M . Haaaer. 3ai aaana. ! 'Mm-. Kr bk. 'ferk. Liirraiaal a IVaafeat. Fr a. S taaw Falun art r M ARhw. Br Wi . Mn. I.hm-m F W ICmH rr .WM.M !. I ram. Ja St Itawr. at. 8- r. Jam n tUii- B. RrWt TfetM-. .la 9 SMr('Mi4nia..' tMte. J)", tele F .MiUctaoo. Urt. fc tto .Mnnn IX 1 (1'mmMjl . uw - P. F 17 .Von Rmm( M.t Vartsmmm. it I Kt II RvemK ir hk. "1 ta. ViU4m. Uwturi. . II. pnr - nlIi i 1 1"-1 7 . AMhrt. br Wc 75 !. Xnwr Knfainlwi M Ky Ami. r...

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. — 26 February 1881

f'l ailo Vol. xiv. Astoria, Oregon, Saturday Morning, February 26, 1881. No. 48. mt GENERAL EASTEKX XEWS. BV Mill- AMI Tl IJOOHAl'H. 'Jlir "r i;ilnp Fur Ma-liInsIon 'leri i-J irj. j Xi:w York, Feb. 24. 11 j Paddock, of Washington territory wai ordained at Clinton. :tatcitj island, Monday. John Fair deaeon, with E. F. Wood, will -ave for Washington territry in April, to assist Bisiioo Paddock i" J-j-s missionary work. 4. old n:cr.i Near Kiillalii. New mU. Sv.w Vokk. Feb. 24 A lluffa- special to the Times t i-latt the x discovery of a thl and silver nuart ledge in th town of 1 iam banr, nine miles fioui JJwflulo. wliich appears well authenticated. Tin- names of several prominent .m -n of that station are given in i ;tnection with it. The ledge va discovered last August. Pieces ol rock subjected to careful assay, yielded 1.1o0 to tin? ton. Xew Vokk. Feb. 24. London miners announce the death of Richard Bnche. son of h'iclmrd 13 ivin of San Francisc. WASHINGTON CITY NEWS. V. Mill. l.MTKI...

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. — 26 February 1881

w e Jglte gaxlu stovlnn. ; ASTORIA. OREGON: SATURDAY - FEI5. 2(1. 1SS1 .C. IBELtMl ...Editor. A hill has been intrcwlueeil into the Illinois legislature to prevent railroad cortip.ms pooling their earnings, uikUm-h penalty of $3,000 a. day while feuch arrangement con tinues, and a strong effort will be made to pass it. William F. Dalrymple, the fa mous grain fanner in Dakota, ays that the clear profit for 1S0 was ovor 250,000. He raised more than half a million bushels of wheat ion 24,000 acres, and lispos cd of it in Buffalo at a profit f fifty cents a bushel. The gamblers of St. Louis are to find fcecurit in th' spring in a Jceno boat which is to be started up the river. The 'boat will have t a large main cabin for keno, and smaller rooms forward for faro roulette and hazard. Kach pas senger is to pay $ fare ami three fourths ot the fares are to eonsti- ' tuie three 'pots" for the game. the bank deducting the usual coin Mission. Once fairly out in the river, slate laws against gam...

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. — 26 February 1881

C3J glic iQattyj stj&rxau. ASTORLA., OREGON: SATURDAY FEB. -jfl, 1SSJ ISSUED EVERY "MORNING. Monday Escewedl. D. . Irelauri. Editor and Proprietor. Atriat lin'ildim, t".tc JU-iet. Terms of Subscription : served by Carrier, iter week .....!ft Cents Seiit by mail, fwsr iflnths.... ....s Seat by mail. ne year .-......... m ou free of Ptre toijbcriVrs. s Advertisements inserted Wy the year at the rate of SI -M per square ier unnUi. Iran ient advertianj:. by the day or week, Sfty cents jer square tor each insertion. I'll- rtceM .Woriau Is a utHitniKAh sheet, exactly iioiibh the iw of the Dxilv. Il is jii"! the tw periorthe fireside, eoiitainin;? in 'addi tion M all the urtfiit news, cludee mis cvMauy. afrrirtilturnl matter, market, re ports, etc. It is lninisliel to single m! k nler at ?: K) jkt 3 ear in advance. ;3f""A iiiiiiUil iiiiiHocrof small adver-t'-ejaents inserted At e-tablislieil rates. THECITY. Thk Daily ji-tobus k-H i hl '! f7l..flt75fCl O HHiHtk.frU" ihHI. H'HH- tt Khti ...

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. — 26 February 1881

m MISCELLASEOrK O. H. 3HY ANT. S. A. NEVIt.L2. ASTORIA. OREGON: SATURDAY FE1J. 2n, 18S1 GOIBMERDEAHD TRADE. Financial. Silver, : r. Ohm exebc Smi FrCima M Mbvmm Oaia eseftMM a Kr Yaw Wjrfmr par: Ratine.'? tl irMMtt. Legal TeB4en-ir. TMtomiic tr twr on Nw Yrk 1 wr .FOKTOF ASTOKIA- HKAUV IMR SKA. Spatroar ech S 1" Feb i Wt . f F.Mfl Ortotcf Br bfc MUoaw li awnwi F ti G IfarUrv. 4r s, V r M rMav. r a. Pomw lrnw4. F H WMmu bU. JW .. i". rbM Itathnt. br i-L . feejr-e. Uiiuiiaat Mb AWrleaa. Hr bark. torn. Ommrr. 9ntm ii Mara. FefcM Maw. lkU.(i Mm 'Jlftffc. UilhmiI K I liiMtt. l'r Wu aw tw fr'alawMMb IVfc a Ahua. fir hk. Htnak. baw. Lwyaal F P JUH lrm.br1Abi ta. 1mnpmI. 0ri-r. ec. !. 1'. J 2S Ito'.kT MM. Br bk TV . 4a 9 AKK1VAIS fMOM MRA. J 22 jImusiim. Jdrt. los MaMM let. ,Vrt Mnui ttl W ( Jmwk. Is r K 11 Ite-d-. Ir t. M !. HiUuuHK. Uwrpai. Ambec ur bfc. 2M -. Mwrc-c. Bm4wpJJi M Hwwr. 4aa 21 lw .'1 . VESSXIsS OA Tii 1 . From American I'orl. 0mm m. te. PflMmas. h h F A. OrtoHt. bop. SIS tM...

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. — 27 February 1881

0) tmmn aim Vol xiv. Astoria, Oregon, Sunday Morning. February 27, 1881. To. 49. j ! i" vK mm GENERAL EASTERN NEWS. V XVII. AM TKIJOTKAfH. ClliHC!' CoinpHilioii Xkw Vokk, Feb. 25. The Her ald bvs: Even Chin can afford io snap her fingers defnuitly at the I nited State, flas: when it cverf wc& the (HfiicuUv h merchant vessel. Tle Pacific j U cnd(. Mrti0c u, tins Mail, the only American line oil steamer engaged in the foreign trade, is- finding determined competition in the new (Chinese line, and a- the latter can luy ships for one-half the money that Americans n' compelled u, - it. j i ..: idiotic navigation laws to my, the iisyht will la just x long s the ( elctials care to prolong it. Cheap liiimlsnitioii Kale. I Xj:w okk. vt'b. 2.. Jlw cul" t'ng of teeraire rate ly ct""j steamship companies will have the j ellect, bo superintendent aCKSOII i of Castle Garden ln-licves. of inert-using the spring immigration to this country. A Hxr class of im migrants art arming this year, hi Ja...

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. — 27 February 1881

O) glxe gaUB g.sto.v.ttm. I ASTORIA. OREGON: -SUNDAY FEB. 27, 18S1 .C. IRELAM Editor. Canal or Railway. It is unfortunate for the frieiuK of inter-oceanic navigation that divisions should arise as to winch route shall he selected. In most sases, without doubt, these divi sions arise from an honest desire to select the best. So far :is this coast is concerned, any practicable route will be satisfactory. If Capt. 32ads5 ship railway project were nt so enthely e.perinierital, pub lic opinion would undoubtedly set tle upon that as the best that is offered. But while theie is a very general opinion that a ship railway is feasible, it is still only an experi ment. There are canals in work- . ing order, but no ship railways. A recent article in the New York Jlerald intimates that the move ment in congres-5 in favor of Capt. Eads' ship railway is not made in good faith. In fact, the intimation is that railroad interests, are play ing one route against another, -ivith a view to prevent the c...

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