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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 27 February 1881

f3 giro gaxUj jsteiau. ASTORIA, OREGON: SUNDAY FEB. -T. 1SS1 ISSUED 3VERY MORKING, Menday ExceKedl, D. C. Ireland, Kill I or ami Proprietor. Adrian BnUdiiM, '"Vt Strtmt. Terms of Subscription : served by Carrier, jier weok.......... Cema Seat by mail, four raonths.....- ......St Seat by mail, one year......- . - M ' Free ef PstHue t subscribers. y Advertisement inserted by theyer at the rate of SI oJ per square per month. Transient advortirfnc, by the day or week. tfty cents per square for each iaf erti&n. Tlie VAeeklj Asloriau Is a mammoth sheet, exactly ikul)k the -ize of the Dailj. It K just tle l per for the fireside, containm-; in adili fontoal! the eiineiit news, olHih-e niis cellanj, agricultural matter, market iv poils, etc. It is ttirnishetl tn single uh-wribt-rs at ?2 ii tier year in advance. 2TA limited, liuiiiiier of small ailver tements ins,;rtel at established rates. THECITY. The Daily atohian mW U t-tnt hy mtii.atloccHt a mouth. Trfcof taic lliou erf icho cimtcmia...

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. — 27 February 1881

WIWWipi8r'9fJwyft("""" (i) MISCELLANEOUS. G. K. BRYANT. S. A. NEVIIXS. 'piWiPKmpiNjiimiiiii Himij ASTORIA. OREGON: SUNDAY .7. .".. FEB. 27, 1SSJ COMMERCUlHD TRADE. Financial. ih-r. t Hr. gMiwdMuun a Saa Fraawiaea V aarleaat Oaia mtam Kr Yrit aayiac par: Haft.'! Mtwtt Local Tenter mm-. TMIasraytric traaafar aw Xaw Taijt 1 p ctncataiiaa. rORT OF ASTORIA. MHAIfV POX SAA. Ai bee br t. 3 taa. Mereer. LrarraiMl. fr AIUKB. Ct.ian-.laa . SSL mm 04 F. a .mw M bk mim iwwiwi F t! .m Burler. ir F Feb II Uawaaajr. fa bk. Paar Mtwaaai. Fab M -U'cafoM. I. I- S F F ITwaaai rr - - n..J.....Jgfcii tbMteata. Hr bar. 7a taa. Ceaaer. 4?aaa- am. Fi 0OM-. r Inc. Ma. Uaafpaat Frb ! Jna1at. Fr at. 3 a fatawath Feb Ala. Br bk. 7m was. Khaar. fjvaal Feb JSart Oerbj. br akaa ia, Unwpmat. Ja 35 Oaanwr. eca at. F. 4 -a tt Mrtan-j. Mar. rbk 7 . J(Mi AKHIVA1 fiOM SKA. ii :9av4Mriat3. . taaa. eaaa. ft - iPclcS ibF M i. Urt. 2 " 1 .Vwth ad btit ta IVfrvaw JUrU . br I. M to WOHmb FW Kat aa4 Anu.ta sea. T-1 t, Urt)te....

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

0) fltje IlEtifJ li&tM&ttn. Vol. xiv. Astoria, Oregon, Tuesday Morning, March 1; 188 1. No. 50. GENERAL EASTERN NEWS' BV MAIL ANU TKi.HUKAI'H. His Death Kate i rw Vrk. Kiiw Yokk, Feb. :J7. Dcntl Mitoa the first of .fKtiuary, 6,34$. an enormous increase. .llUll'illlOllilll. Nicw Vi:k, Feb. Mercurv nmxmiiees tltc ;. The marrinsre in March of Whitekw li4d, eiJi ior ol the Tribune, xik'i Tennk Mitts, dmurutcr of D. O. Milk, of the bank of California. Children Kiu-ncil Im llcalh. Si'KAXTox, I 'a., Feb- 2i. rJ'he Catholic orphanage, Hyde ParkjSeranton, was, burned curly t iiiffht. Fifteen children were tak en out dead; two xrc mUciug. On to Wasliiuuloii. Maxm'iki.I", Ohio, Feb. "2.- -The president-elect will leave Mentor to-morrow (Monthly) at 1 i: m., and go by the Lake Shore roud to Ashtabula in a special train arrang ed by the Pennsylvania company, and from Ashtabula via the Penn sylvania company's lines through "Warren, Voungstown, and Pitts burg to "Washington, passing Pittsb...

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

cz) Jgftc 3xU) stojcXau. I ASTORIA. OREGON TUESDAY MARCH 1, 1SS1 .CMKKLAI. ftlitor. Arctic Exploration. The many unsuccesssful attempt made during the present century to roach the north pole have each contributed to intensify the desire en the part of the scientific world to unravel its mysteries. Knell sacrifice of human life has inspired men to brave the greater riskb that hare been disclosed as the object of search has been neared. Any call for volunteers to ofiicer and man an exploring ship is responded to with alacrity, and the nly trouble is to repress the multitude who are willing to perform this hazardous service. Jt caw never be told in advance what practical results will flow from scientific re search, and none can say now what pecuniary benefit will come to the world from all of the study that is being given to Arctic exploration. The abstract studies of the astron omers have enabled the modern navigator to traverse the ocean -with as much exactness as though he were at s...

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

f3) 2Hie Bxlv &sQxlmu ASTORIA, OREGON: TUESDAY MARCH 1. 1SS1 W ISSUED 3VSRY MORNING, '.Monday ExceKedl. D. C. Irclaud, Editor ;ind Proprietor. AAortati linMuty, CttM Street. Terms of Subscription : served by Carrier, per we&k...........2& Cents Sent oy mail, for jaoatfe?.....- ...4 W Sent by mail, one year. .... ...... S iiO free of Pwstase -bacribers. tfX Advertisement' weerted Uy tke year at the rate of SI Vt jor square per waath. rransientadvertttinR, by tfaeday r week, Sfiy cents t-er square for aeb insertkm. Ilie VtclIj A-torhm. Js a mammoth sheet, exactly double tl.e -lit of tin Daily. It is jy-t the im perfoi the nreside. contaiuiiH in iH t oi.toaI the current news, choice mi c anv, agricultural matter, utfukci re po -, t- It i- trnilM'il to -insle - s "rs jt t2 oi per eiir tit advance. "iT .niiiteii nuiiioer of -nml! advct tt incuts inserted at f-tabli-lK-i! rates. THEjCITY. The. Daily a-tukias n J. rcmt by rr.- it 7 cute a nmlh. fi 'C f jtiriavu Runt-tr- v , tmt...

Publication Title: Daily Astorian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 1 March 1881

(H) .MISCELLANEOUS. & K. BRYANT. S. A. Nrviixs. ASTORIA. OREGON: TUESDAY"... l.3lAJiCH J, 1SS1 COMMERDEAHD TRADE. Financial. flvr, Mt Mr. Cmn exchange n San Frmaciae M prlefit JtrMMIUMI. Omb aKefcaace on Xw Vrfc tayfaar lr: Hit ti Htwoi. JUagal TomUm tur. Teleaxanaic tranrfar Xw Yncfc 1 r rreatnufc. POUT OF ASTORIA ftifJIH' FOR SKA. t Oatoaii nnn. . Ml mm iF AMfccr. fcr Mfc.7fmr-. Mewrr. Ijniywl. P lifcMru. Mk S F 1" J OMMkia. a. 1 tmmt Hwilaa S F. ! St OMMbf He bk Mum VimMwii tFfc K Harter. MTffc 14 Jaatis. Kc bk. Petraf Iawrn. 1 f I VfMu tU. Jal t. Iwm. K 1' Fl rfcam. Wfc . fcamNwe. I.mrimt FafcSi Viton Or bar. Vt Urn. CaMwr. wbw- ukkm Feb Ml tier. Kr bk. ! Uiark. Uwnt Feb I Pnaatat. I r bk. Ja towws i'ahgaMtJi Feb W ftiaa. r bk Mw. Cwr-paal Kefc 1 aft Drrbr.W bkw: tM. U.uaiL Jan Dwmr. acn S. F 4m 3 . a. hVm . lan3 I'd te IWO Sit. a Jwioi. SB . Hwilwu. lr Fb . Trnote.-ra.JW tn. MeAItrttfc F. tels otoaata. brR.SI Feb Maactwow. bku Is ta .Mai una Feb H NWrtii Kaw1 bfct t IVmma. ...

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

(n sAwAm Vol. xiv. Astoria, Oregon, Wednesday Morning, March 2, 1881. 3Jo. 51. She 3I41J MJw JUI GENERAL EASTERN NEWS. V MAIL AMI TKUKSKAnr. Tin rranloii Horror Schantox. Feb. 2S. At the Orphanage, tlu morning, a coro ner's jury viewed the bodies of seventeen children. Many of tliem laid on the flour with blackened faces, and burned wrists. The jury visited the burned asylum and inspected tlie dormitories. The bos1 room whs greatly damaged by flames, and larg liols wore burned in the floor. The girls' room was not so much damaged. 1 tirxinta Town Half" Me! rojeil. Richmond. Fob. 2S. The town oi Franklin on tlo Seaboard and Roanoke railroad was half destroy ed bv fire yesterday. Nearly all tlie business nouses c ""-,jJlfe k WJIS bout lo move :md including the postoflice and tele-. vhhont ,mvilH, m.ule jmy lirevioub graphofl.ee. The railroad ware-, l)pHc;aioil for tHtoroom accom. houses were saved, tins lain? the j n0jatioi im MmnK irortunaU. point at which the fire was stopped. . . ....

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

(Z) gfte gitdly stxaMm. ASTORIA. OREGON: "WEDNESDAY MARCH 2, 1SS1 .C. IRKLAM Fxlllor. According to tho census returns, the increase of the black popula tion of the fifteen southern states during the decade preceding 1S70 was only hi per cent., but during the last ten years was more than 33 per cent. In Nevada it has in creased since IS 70 from 3,152 to 5,420; rh Colorado from 7 to MO, of whom one-third are in Denver; in Washington territory from 234 lo S,1S2; in Wyoming from 143 to 014, and in Dakota from none to 238. A prospectus has been issued in Paris by the Submarine telegraph company, the object of which is to connect all Central America with the United .States and Europe by cabie with tributary land lines, to fee laid down from Balize to Cuba, Spain having granted a concession therefore. England will guaran tee for twenty years the payment of .1,000 annually as proceeds of government telegrams to and from .British Honduras. The capital of -the company is 120,000. There is a p...

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

p) glxc gailtj staxxaii. ASTORIA, OREGON: vB -VNESDAY MARCH C. 1SS1 ISSUED EVERY MORNING. 'Monday Excepted I. D. C. Ireland, Editor and rrourlclor. Aitorian Untitling, Ca Street. Terms of Subscri'irtion : served by Carrier, per week.. ......'Jft Oats Sent by mail, four ianifcs...--. ... 53 00 Sent by mail, one year-.-.... ...... '-' "0 Free of P&stace tenbscriberf. " Advertisements inserted by the year at tbe rate of SI j ier square per in&Rth. Iransient adrertisinp, by the day er wook, fifty cents iter siare for each insertion. The Weekly A-torian. Is a mammoth sheet, exactly double the size of the Daily. It is jit-t tlie pa per for the fnviie. containing in addi tion to all the current news, clmice mis cellany, agricultural matter, market re ports, etc. It h turnisheil to single sub scribers at SS UO per year in advance. 2STA limited mim.nr of Miiall adver tisements inserted at established rate-. THEJ3ITY. Tee Daily a-toiua m-i U ct hy mad alio cents n month, frccof jiotay...

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

CH) MISCELLANEOUS. G. K. 3P.VANT. ASTORIA. OREGON: "WEDNESDAY MARCH 2, 1881 COMMERCE AND TRADE. Financial. ttvar, at par. 0m nwanaa m eiaa tranoiaco M Ifrliwt HTttaltOIB CMk oniuan ua Sfow Yrk 'taijrtar par: iriHng.ttw laval Taadent IhaVaMMiaic traaifaci m Kr YA 1 "- .JMWtaMUfc. i'OKT OF ASTORIA. READY W SKA. SAJ14BB. Cnk Bona Mm, So muNrjmh. kl' htrMiiMUkM.lMih. BH.taa K Fal JVrobcr.hr Wt,7!tA. Jksrew. Unt, IV MHi. Mdiil FfcA (.1.1 i 211 Mr Boa fc K. Krf. C iiMrtin ftr ii- ' tit- Ji' " - " " " 0w Hark. tr to F Ffc II JDooaaaa-. Wr kt. Pernor laienwol. Fc II WW4 hU. J uw. liwrte. S F FAW PMrtwu.br i Maw yao.liiatoia ? Afctrtraaa. r - 7 . aar. Q- ooora. Feb Utter. 8r o. tea v3ark uwmI Ft M Jtilft. Fr ok. So. Urn taimemt FA 40 j Jf Br Olu . aor. Iaw-oal Ft I Jbrtl Biir-brU.Wt kw barr. Job Qbwwir. oc. 8. F. J . afajtb.'e Bar- Br( Km. Joa 9 amkivau rmj sua. (4ctrB. br btu CM wm. C4tr4itf MMb I llnanai ato. lHtMu. Tmartartdae. X. . wa Kte, tfHM . IM. Pafcttnoa. to t J" . TMrtte.M-b.a too...

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

0 e IJrJy Vol. xrv. Astoria, Oregon, Thursday Morning, March 3, 1881. 2f o. 52. GENERAL EASTERN XKWS. HV MAIL AND T!'X.nGKAIM. Kuniiii'Z r tin- Minnesota Mali Ilou-e Si- Palm., March 1- To-night while both houses were m &pspki the state capito! took fire and whs consume.!, causing a loss to Urn atnte of 81(10,00(1. The fire prod . o raoidlv that khih; members had , -u xP'u-. "" to escanc bv ladders, ami received, iu lsuijii. in ? slight burns. The records vere ii-jit. vutua. -- saved bv beiner tin vault: no? c J , insurance. j (ef,M,fce- ', ,"s npeninjr announc- Mrik- r . ii.uii.i.r at M. i i;.j(.r ,ti defense to be: First, on Si. Loci March 1. there isi . J technical grotiurib. the pruoner jio question of wage connected ' . . , ,' , , , - 1 , r , . Iiaviur been once before placed in with the strike tf stove moulders . . , , heoimrdv and discharged, accord- at the excelsior works to-dav. : . , , , to tje cOI,rt records; second, The demand was biinplv that lour f , . . . i - , . ...

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

en Jglxe JDuxlB stoxluix. ASTORIA. OREGON: THURSDAY MARCH . 1SS1 .c. iki:lvm .i;.lltor. Wly They Han? Fire. The Xew York Post's Washing ton special says: "The Chinese treaties hang tire in the senate, ami the failure of that body to act is creating- some discussion as to the reasons therefor. One reason stated is that the treaties will affect the relation of tin noxtaduiinistra. lion with the Chinese, and that it is onty fair to leave its hands un tied and more time for considera tion, in view of the fact that im portant restrictive legislation is proposed. Again, it is urged that the "most favored nation' clause in the treaty 3ields to the Chinese the right to be naturalized, in on po.-ition'to the wishes and legisla tive enactments of the Pacific coast. Also, it is said that the treaty will not effectually stem the tide of immigration, as a large part two-thirds, it is said, of the Chinese immigrants are those who are returning after one trm of residence here, and as such are iut ...

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

O) ASTORIA, OREGON: " THURSDAY MARCH :', 1SS1 ISSUED 3VBRY MORNING. Mnday Bxcetacdi. I . C. Ireland, Editor aud Proprietor. ' Astornui liulilimj, iit cUrvot. i Terms of Subscription : i rerred by Carrier, per we: .26 Cents Sect by wail, fourjuomhs.....-..-.-...- Oi Sort by mail, use year. 5 ' Free of Postuce te Subscribers. K" Advertuoffleni inserted by the your at the rate f 1 V ier suture ier uumtb. Xrantjem advortiinp. by tbe day vr week. I fifty eenie im square for each in-ortiwi. , Tlie WecKly A-lorian. I Is a mammoth Ueet. exactly double the size f tbe Dully. It - ju-t Ue rm-pt-r for tin fire-We. coutAiniiiK in addi tion to all the current news, choice jnis cellaiiv, agricultural mattei. market re port, etc. It i furnished to tingle sub scribers at ?2 00 ikt yar in advance- JSTA limited number of miihI! adver tisements inserted at i-lalliltd rates. THEjCITY. The Daily a-tokian mil i cnt ' mail at5 cemte a mimtk.ir'ff ;fic licun irt who cmtcmriiil',ahehcc fmm the city enn have ...

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

C4) Txc aitij .si0i:imt, ASTORIA. OREGON: THURSDAY MARCH 3. lSbJ - COMMERCE AHD TRADE. Iil:iHbi:iI. itvr. at MU. Oata Mka-ce m Saa Fraactsca aw,ea-t jawauaui. Oaia axeaaoer oa Vaar Yatfc aaytac Hr: Mating. 1 ereea. Lagal Tendon -tm. Tetocrai'iite traoafarc om Xaar tark I aar . trejiti. PORT OF ASXUKIA. SAIMCB. NaHtr, B-aat tato S to Hainan. F Maaen I lb OaWfanua.MwtWMH. aajr. Bat F .Aictecr. br fak. : . Mmrcrr. la!. Ft tbtarrw aefc to I" Qui aw a (aaa Balta & l Ft SI fcaaw Br b- ataw Qarwaiiawa Ft C Sn Matter, atr F Feb I Himata,. Ur bk. IVaa UmraaiL Ft. II aadaaa.toataaB.ai.Iwii'Miilffaa twaiarat,. r Kir. 7S tMt. Uaaaer. Ijataau ton FfV ttsr. Br bx. taa Ubttfc. Mw raaal Feb I l'taatou. r r fck. Sfc Mm rahaiiatt Fa Adauu Br alt. toao tsteaw Uwawl F 1 (gari Otaiar.trr bfcaB tats. Ltferaaoi. Jaa 27 Oaarw r eh S. F. Jaa 22 HtKbnwt liar. Br Mt 7 .. Waa i x l jus .v u. o Hlaac-ra.brk.atN Strata Marra 1 i,i . liwwa, TnMrbrta) X. . ria Man. Marral OrMNM a- fl . ratrtiaaa. fe 1 F . Trat...

Publication Title: Daily Astorian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 4 March 1881

0 tariim. Vol. xiy. Astoria, Oregon, Friday iiorniiig, March 4, iSSl. NTo. 53. a6 jlt U'JI'JI' JJI GENERAL EASTERN .NEWS. lV MAIL Ull TKt.Hr;KAIH. 1hr"rtors Mnrm roril" 1 ear, a I l .lolin. m rtiiiill:iitil. Si. John. March 'I. TIm steatn cj 'Swing G. Nail, lienee to cape Breton, has bc-n lost with all her crew, limnliering: nine. The schooner l.oio drifted from her moorings and is a total wreck. Kvory boat iu harbor war destroy ed. The gale was the worst for s-mv years. It feared tliat the brijruimntines Margaret and Bran ca, hence to jwrts. in the Mediter lanrnn.arf !t with' all hands. Oarpmlcr's urrrMir. Mii.-aai KKJi, March 2. It is the opinion here among politician.- that either Angus (.'aineion 01 ex-Chief .Justice Luther .S. Dixon. "ill be chosen United State MMiator; chances about even. II order a J .aleston. C'AI.vihn. March . Last night, as an enormous procession was pacing English Kitchen, two shots rang out and Mrs. Elizabeth I'ercival, the proprietress, fell mor tally w...

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

(I) gpte l;uli) stovxtra. ASTORIA. OREGON: TKIDAY MARCH 4. 1881 C.:. IRKL4M .... ftllfor. Thp General Outlook. It is becoming viiletit that rail road building in the Pacific uorth--tvest will bf on a jrrander ?-ale during the present year tlmu ever conieuiplnted even by the most ijpeanguine. The powerful compa nies that are now engaged in building trunk lines throughout the country are casting their eyes upon the goodly laud in which we live, and a number of them have signified their intention ta tap eastern Oregon and "Washington with their lines. It is a fact that is gradually dawning upon the minds of railroad magnates, not only iu the east, but in California, that the star of empire is moving .this way. and that the road reach ing here first is quite likely to - secure the lion's :hare of a trad which is rapidly becoming of vast importance. The gold and silver of New Mexico ami Arizona, and the treasures of old Mexico, have attracted much attention, but the -surer wealth that li...

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. — 4 March 1881

f3 glic gaUij storton. ASTORIA, OREGON: FRIDAY MARCH 4. 1SS1 ISSUED EVERY MORNING. 'Monday Exeeptedl. t. C. Ireland, Ctlitor suit! Proprietor. i dorian BnUdino, Cum Stretit. Terms of Subscription : served by Garner. ier week....."i Cents Sent by mail, foariiMaJbf... .... ..5 t tEt by mail, one year.-.. ............ 9 'K free of Pojiace M abcribor?. tar Advertisements inserted by the year at the rate f SI "i0 per siuare per mealb. IrHnsjentadvertisinc, by the day or week, fifty cents per square for each inverties. The Weekly .Worian Is a mammoth -sheet, exactly lutible the size of the Daily. It is juM. tlw pa per for the fireile. containing in addi tion to all the current news, choice iniv cel!anv, agricultural matter, market re port, etc. It N fmni-hed in Mii!Ie nl Scriberi at -:'- oO per ear in advance. 2S?"A limited num.ier of Miial! ader-timeiit- inserted at established rates. THE CITY.' Tub Daily avtokian cUl 1 xcut tiy mail at 75 cent" a immth. frn jtoMaijf. Haul er irJio coHta...

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 March 1881

CO ColaBala River Exports. ORCKMIIKK. Th Qn(CHlinvit,Fer Ringleader. FriHH rrtkiiHl li.fUs wlioat .) Atoria 1JJ9M " 21.XM MISCELLANEOUS. & K. rrYANT. ASTORIA. OREGON: FRIDAY MARCH 4. 18S1 ToWl .71S r.4w 'EWEvvHik .ss3rffl&mj!b .. -A-'" """ TbJ MUTaWli TT W T T WbT IT Jl 1'V 6J 'YA.yS rVVN. sa 3L-fa-aff':.-i-fe GZZZ3V&X7 a fa mMmtWtmBmLfhS: COMMERCEAHD TRADE. Fitimicial. ilvar. at par. Get. e.raanire on r ntawea f Horleea Omb axefaaace Xaar VHc Wjrwwc hat: c4Ma1ll MM-l. Local ladder itr. T'jHHThtc traawfew mm Xr Yrtc 1 par eeet. auuh. rOWV ASTORIA BXAbV WKSXA. SAlLHlt. . .. aaafctXSbafarrjra. a. FManli 1 S aOaXaraak.taaa. .& F Mb US Ankr. far fcfc. UM-. Mieer. Lnuyl. Fa Mr, fc ti i' 1-Va (Maataav a M Orrrt-f Br bk gtifHnw F T tiaa Harbor. atr F KW4. II iPiimaay. Kr bk. ! tiw. Faa ft Jtwtoa. br a taa. Ijuiuum. MuraI r"2a AMm. Br bar.. U ia. Oaaawr. gat n fHMr. Br HI. r tm bufc UndmI r W I'raaViti. Fr ak. Mi mm fill lib Ffc Ml '(It Sr b ?uta . lar-aal " M K jH Brrx. br ...

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 March 1881

0) he 'A&tox&tin. Vol. XIV. Astoria, Oregon, Saturday Morning. March 5, 1881. So. 54: GENERAL EASTERN SEWS. WV XAII. AVI TKt.HOKAI'H. Mormons llimlins J Homr. I Ninv York, March 3. Tliej World's cit of Mexico correspon dent says: The Mormons, who .,t,o,- u..M'ar rliftimiltios with ,,W,,a,w... -I the new jtseime about to be in . au-u rated at home, arelicre again, endeavoring to procure lniwls for a lare colony of saints. & far the Mexican government has taken no action in tJie mutter, Imic may when conirressjissemhles. .tnollirr M-urr Slorm In lUc Wl. Cmicauo. March 3. The worst storm of the season be-au yester day, and still continue throughout "Wisconsin, Iowa and Illinois, in terdicting traflic in cities and blockading, already almost impass able, the railroads. Trains on jiearlv all roads have been sus pended until the storm ceases, of which there is no present sign. Xrike iu llir ! ini..vl:tnln 'o:il Krslon. Piri-sitL'Ki: , March '). The miners of Connellsville in t...

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 March 1881

-TT-- T7- -" fi gltc )attB storian. ASTORIA. OREGON: i. '.SATURDAY MARCH 5, 1SS1 .c. ii:i:lim) t Editor. Editorial Correspondence. "Wamiix;toxs Feb. 21. On Saturday the senate got consider ably mixed in the consideration of ats own matter. .Mr. Hamlin ask ed to take up a bill which he said "had three times met the lavor able report of the senate committee on naval attars, etc., -'the only lit tle bill upon the calendar in which 1 feel an interest," etc. The chief clerk read "for the relief of Green leaf Oil ley' etc., in substance re storing hi in to the active from the retired list of navy commanders. The actual time consumed in the r t discussion which followed, in which Cockerell, McPherscu, Johnson, Harris, Hamlin, Conkling, Ingalls. Whyte, Withers and Vance all took part, was not noted, but . amounted to considerable, in the midst of which the senate discov ered that the identictrt bill had pa&sed the senate. June loth, lSSl). .The cattle bill was then taken up and discusse...

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