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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 5 March 1881

fl" ' -i.JJ',ll"!F'j','"5. fS gto gaxiB stcriaiu ASTORIA, OREGON: SATURDAY MARCH . 1881 ISSUED EVERY MORNING, (Monday Excepted). D. C. Ireland, Editor and Proprietor. 1 Jjrforia- linUdbuj, Cast, Street. Terms of Subscription : served by Carrier, per eek............2"i Cents sent by mail, four iJKinths.......J' W Jem by mail, oae year...-. ....-. .... i i0 y Advertisements inserted by th year at i tbe rate f SI M ier -Hape per lnentJa. Iransient advertising, by the day r -week, j fifty cents ior square fr each inf ortien. The Weekly Astorinn It a mammoth -sheet, exactly double the -ize of the Daily. It is jii-t the a per for the fireside. containing audi tion to all the current new-.. choice mis c'lany. agric-Hlt'iral matter, market re ports, ete. It is iiirnialieil to single ' senbers at ?2 00 per year in adance. iSTA limited mumier of malS adver-li-cuit-iits inserted at txblisJied rates. THECITY. The Daily a-tokia.v icttt Jc en hy mail alia cent a iwmth. freest ixiae. lima em who c...

Publication Title: Daily Astorian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 5 March 1881

. m Isc guilt Qstvximu SATURDAY ASTORIA. OREGON: .MARCH 5. IBM COMMERCE AND THADL ColusafeU River Export. dkckmukk. 3T (jntcrMtfitm,T'Cr UingUaticr. vnuu Pnriiniwi i.fi ells wheat S2&.IM - Astoria H.WC - Tolals ....T1 13- T IJbrrrp. tr Chltdrr. Vn PrtbMd 1277 Ws Hr... Astoria SS " MISCELLANEOUS. Financial. IIvm. at itur. Cm each m,Swi Frimaw M ihstIim Ma ex oa Kv Yfc W" lr: lGl TMlen--tMr. XatecxbtetTWMferM K" Y I.iw CWtt. IWWOTIUJ. TOUT OF AlSTOKlA. 6A1UC0. item. -. ,,-w7rirri 21,i1 SVMW ...-SM.17.V xsan HU .7.I7 2ftjfc .. V Twtal JW SS-JNJ Ht-T Qcmru. tr Inn TtilMkv KnutA ..lS.Krr ,WrU just artiiiiw. TI value wps la 7V. Qttmhm. pr ! J'- Kknu INutfcurf N rtfc. WT A-aoria -2.! ". " Otter. C.i DartMM. br SiWi. ' Hr bark. F . ... Hr W. m -"Ufa. mwF" " Jfcrtt WcrUr. Mr kH lw. I."""- J - J KKIVAIAJW SKA . I 4 X S W Much .Match I ...... R-;. W. - - '- W ' Ilarwwr. .!" VKSSELS V. Till'. HU1. Fmmh lwtbwil Ae; HK lH9d. 16 -T lff$u4nmt. pn- Irrfmi. Vnm rtland !!. Mr Atrta IS " " Anuria 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. — 6 March 1881

01 imtmrnn iwje PP )&& s& Jy JJuM Astoria. Oregon, Similar Morning. March 6, 1881. Vol. xiv. o. 55. T)I1 Dr. WIiitimiH Save Oregon! . ?nl polished my::i U the above title ih ie u...o -, , , exported M)Me nouce io e - . m rart, i wa rauier ;, r - 'df"" - 1' - 44theuuWthUUuk as I do. that a love rf " a devotion to idea, ahethet it is nhiousoriHihucal. Controverscy w '"ff " " ihou-h tor tiie sae - .-i.tr llooll H loUSt, imw sum i.ii!ii. i with a knight clad iu soh mail ae is vvoiii by W. H. eu inv article Oray, who has answer- ., -. , . . iu Thk Aktokjan f,y naturally averse to V lumber 10th. Mr. Gray, in In , mher lucn. -or. "iy, ",;j,.,u rv of Oregon, hs averted that ; I History of Ore-oii, iias aeneo huh. ; Dr. Whitman did save Oregon t. the . ..... I -I .J.. ul...u-sl i ! I mtcd states. iH'ij r;".. "' ?nv article that lie am hmi. ".' il. Vl I' not have inrineuced the AdilM.ru.n , treaty, las iiiliueiiee 111 "M:,t,,,1 Made,' "liHdthedesircHleHec. I. ; Ill HIS lUbiOl JC j...

Publication Title: Daily Astorian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 6 March 1881

r) ghc ?HaUi3 stovUuu ASTORIA. OREGON: SUNDAY .MARCH G. 1SSI .C. IRKLIMI .Ilililor. Shall the World's Fair .Succeed. FIHTOIMAI roKi:ittroxihv h. Wamiiniox, Feb. '21. It ib encouraging1 to note the increas ing interest in the New York "Worlds Fair of 1SS:). But there i:s yet ample room for continued increase. AsyK the general pub lic seems, haidly aware that Mich an exposition is to be held. There is palpable indifference on the sub ject among the masses. Hut it does not lequire many months to get up an excitement in this coun try on a matter that concern the people. And if this busiue.ss is en ergetically and sagaciously worked, popular enthusiasm will be aroused in time to insure the success of the enterprise. A resolution has passed congress, inviting foreign - nations to participate in the great exhibition. How far this action will be held as committing the government to afford material aid, we are not advised. It is best to "have no misunderstanding on thiv point. If the governm...

Publication Title: Daily Astorian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 6 March 1881

C3) glic ftnllq stxrrfcm. ASTORIA, OREGON: SUNDAY MARCH C, 1SS1 ISSUED EVERY MORNING. (Monday Exeei.tcdi. D. C. Ireland, Editor and Proprietor. Astorwn llHildittq, Cats Street. Terms of Subscription : served by Carrier, per week.... ...ift Uoats ew by afl, four weaibc . S w 5eat by mail, one year....... ..... s Free f PosUice t Subscribers. S" AdrertuemeBis iarteJ ly the year at tie rate of SI 3W ier imre iter month. PraBsieat advertising, by the day r week. Shy cent per square for each itrtortit. The Vcekl AMoi-ihii Is a liutiniuoth lteet. exactly double the size of the Dttil. It is jut tlie -lMr for the rtresMe. votitaiiilnt; in audi tion to all the eurrent Mews Iolce mis cellany, agricultural matter, market re ports, etc. It is furnished to single sub scribers at S2 0 per year in advance. 23TA limited iiunioerof sHhII adver-ti-emeiits in-erted at established rale. "tHCIT. The Daily a-tukian rM l.? t-cnt iy mailatfSccmt a month, fncf jtotanc Hom er who omttMftoti atctcfrM the cUy ...

Publication Title: Daily Astorian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 6 March 1881

"""?VF "-, H ,-lvC gaiTij Qstozimx. ASTORIA. OREGON: SUNDAY 3LARC1J G, 1SS1 COMMERCE AND TRADE. Fitiaiieiul. tter, at ar eata exr nature on n FrMeueo K Prlent twuMtant M eietoauire on Vw Yarit WajrkN raw: inuHiiir. ' to 1 )reMM. . Lk1 Tender iar. Th-trapaic traasfer 2xW Y 1 nr aoNU prewiata. t'UKTOF AriTOKl ji4&r rnt ska . tm tern. Pal-mom, b H Xw 4 .lait. MK. cm Ma )hK S Nru. Hem bkt, 33 uwfmM. VIMmI t war.r tak." toa. Mercer. Loreip L F iaaaitw neb A i tVfc. Qmwmt Br bk Uh(mmi F TJ to Marfev tr S F r 14 mwrt. r W. frr lata"". F tl AariMaa, kr (mm. Ingram. Iw7a" !." At-cifeat. Hr halt 7S nm, Umnmt. H.a i iwi. rvt $tfter. Sr bk. "fcw. LIwm " rVadf-K. Pr Mc Mb 1mm FatmMife F M talaiii Sr bk. TutM fctaaw. I.vi ana I" IB lUrt Derier.M- Wt . Iwm. Lirci I. iaa Onwratr. iek. . 1F. Jaa 22 XattMt Iter. ttrM 7it. 4m 9 J MR! -AU FKOM SUA. 9 (MmrtM K f l.te. F. Maw Sea brbkM UajrM Jt.-r Krtw 2C eaatto V -, W .Match a l4Kuni.lrU. ajtbNM- liiMtin a-4ia" Man I Otiati. fta l'Mo, Trwwtindaw, X....

Publication Title: Daily Astorian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 8 March 1881

(I) . .T,f7 . tonun Vol. xiv. Astoria, Oregon, Tuesday Morning, March 8, 1881 3o. 56. ffiie WASHINGTON CITY NEWS. jn MAIL AN!TKI.HHiKAril. The cw Caliinrl. WrAhinxTON, March o. Presi dent Garfield has sent to the sen ate the following nominatiens: James G. Blaine, of Maine, sec retary of the state. William Wiiidoni, of Minnesota, secretary of the treasury. Wayne McYeh, of Pennsyl vania, attorney general. Tlus. L. .lames, of New York, postmaster general. 1 Samuel .1. Kirkvrwod. of Iowa, Secretary of the intorior. Robert F. Lincoln, of Illinois, secretary of war. William II. Hunt, of Louisiana, secretary of the navyl The senate received the nomina tions at '5:05 v. m., and immediate ly, on motion of Cameron -of Pennsylvania, went into executive session. in Oregon Oiimlcrlcilcr Pardoned. Waiiin;ton, March 5. Presi dent Hayes on the oil inst., issued a pardon for young Hicks, of Te hama county, California, who is now in the Oregon penitentiary lor passing counterfeit money. The applicat...

Publication Title: Daily Astorian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 8 March 1881

a-) glxc gnxlij gstovtau. ASTORIA. OREGON: TUESDAY MARCH S, 1831 ,C. IRELAND. .Kill I or. Telegraphic Consolidation. Mr. .Jay Gould's clear and vigor ous statement of the purposes with which the recent consolidation of the three leading telegraph com panies of this country was planned and has been carried out, puts the operation in a light somewhat dif ferent from that shed upon it by such distinguished devotees to the public welfare as Senator Schroe lcr and General Spinols. Mr. Gould's, statement is that of a business man who has breadth of "brains enough to understand that 710 organization so vast as that re quired to carry into effect the world-wide telegraphic system which he describes as the object ive point of General Eckertls management, can possibly main tain itself unless it does its work on umnd business principles and in a spirit of justice to the public What the demand for the taking OTer of the telegraphs by the government really testifies to, is simply the impossibili...

Publication Title: Daily Astorian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 8 March 1881

m glxc axlB cSstwte'& ASTORIA, OREGON: :UESDAY MARCH 8. 18S1 ISSUED EVERY MORNING. (Monday Executed!. . C. Ireland, Editor nud Proprietor. Asiorvan Building, Cat JUrevt. Terms of Subscription : served by Carrier, per week ect by mail, four months.....-.. -... 25 Cents j 'ZTs a I ent by mail, ubo year. Free ef Postaze to isubscribors. 2- Advernfemenw inserted by the year at the rate of 1 M icr square per menth. Transient advertising, by the day or week, fifty cents periuarefor each in jertien. - " The Weekly AMor.au Is a mammoth sheet, exactly double the size .. t r .1... TT1.- It iiiL't t in tin. ! ho fireside, containing in atltli-1 ner for the Hon to an me current new, cuoirv mu cellanv. agricultural matter, market re ports, etc. It is furnished to single ub itribers at Si! 00 per year in advance. 23TA limited numoer of mall adver tisements inserted at established rate. THECIT. The Daily astouian will le cnl hy miflrWiSccnVt a month. frceof jtntngc Raut err icho contemplate ah...

Publication Title: Daily Astorian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 8 March 1881

(1) y:1xt gtaolrj QsXnximu ASTORIA. OREGON: TUESDAY MARCH 8 1BSJ COMMERCEAKD TRAOL Piiioiiciul. aVor, Ml par. Com Mttniw mm Sa Franeintca l4 rar"wta jtrmMOM. C4a ojctsaaacc 3?w Yarfc WW pa". HtNWw. V U 1 irRt- Loaal Toadon wr. Ttiaaraiduc trMmt wa Xaor Yt 1 itor aaat. rmauaat. PORT OF ATO)U&- ttZAitV MtHXA.. SAI1.KW. vfcma at. a mm PMwin. fc f Jtart 4 .MKhMlM. Wkt- taw UHW MtMM March jv'4t KMt bit 4 toMParmnaa. t. KMataa t Arakf. tar bk. " I-. Mar. Mwraaal, K hfMfM M : f r Sfc OftntateM- ilr a mm geinaw F l Go Marie. -r r Ft II I. Br tec. Peaajr Uyra ,!. r" It Balaam, hr fa - Kt. tyiitw. b t'coaal lafcM Alp-Hwiw. Kr bari "30 iota Onaar Qa mum. Keb D(tr. Br b.. fa uas lark. Umol r I PraanaU Kr Imc Mb taaw- FufcMiiititfc Fi M Ajrlnn Br WV Mln. . ban T at ' I KrlOw.brbkJ Un. UWat. 4 g Omwr. a. P J 9 tUta.'- Bay. wu. Ja ff jt it Fit & fOM Sit A. tttl ta JUWo is K. March 4 far hi Oi uw. itunu Kicvr Kara Xaw eaat t W Hare 3 (4MMs.rn.br . .-. Haalia i " Man 1 TJnaifr. - ttt tw. Tro...

Publication Title: Daily Astorian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 9 March 1881

('1 rr Vol. xiv. Astoria, Oregon, Wednesday Morning, March 9, 1881. So. 57. wsAotittn. mi wMin FUTURE STATES. Population and Resources of the Several Territories-Their Rapid Growth. Xoh York TrrtwiM. The census returns from trie ter ritories, showing their protein pop ulation and the growth since 1870. furnish valuable indications as to their future development and the probable time of their admission as states of the Union. Dnkoti. reports the largest growth in the decennial period. Her population increased from 14,1S1 to 134,502, si ain of 121,321. We have al- read' discussed the future of tins vast region and presented reasons for its division into three terri tories, and the speedy admission of the most populous division as a state. The portion. of the present territory south of the forty-sixth parallel and east of the one hun dredth meridian has already a population, if we estimate the im migration since the census was taken, not falling much, if any, short of 100,000, and anot...

Publication Title: Daily Astorian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 9 March 1881

O) jEfte gnilB startfUm. ASTORIA. OREGON: -WEDNESDAY tfAKCIl 9. 1SS1 KC. IRELAND .Cdltor. The Freight Problem of Hie Fnlure. After reading the reported inter riew with President Leland Stan ford, of the Central Pacific and Southern Pacific railroad com panies, realizing: the importance of ihe matter to the people of Ore gon, the editor of the AYillameUe Farmer addressed a letter to Gov. Stanford, referring to the same, and asking a special endorsement of it, and received the following reply: Sn Fhim-im-o,CiiI..Fom.2L18M. S. A. Cluikk, Esj Portland, Onon. Dkui Sin yours of the IGth tnst, received. We expect to have the Southern Pacific railroid completed through tt the gulf ef Mexico during the coming year and when it is opened as a connected line it will compote successfully, I think, for the carriage of the wheat of California and of Ore gon. It is largely with this expecta tion that the road is being construct ed. Yours truly, Lift's!! riTXPOKl. The Willamette Farmer says: 'How th...

Publication Title: Daily Astorian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 9 March 1881

O) glc ixx1b Q&oxian. ASTORIA, OREGON: "WEDNESDAY MARCH 0. 1881 ISSUED EVERY MORNING. (Monday Eiceitod. I. C. Ireland, Editor aud Proprietor. Astonait. Building, Cass direct. Terms of Subscription : rerved by Carrier, per woek....2& Cents tnt by mail, four inontb?.....-. ......5X Ot 5eDt by mail, obo year... .... f free of Po-staze to abscribors. " Advertisements iBEertod by the year at tbe rate of SI o per square per month. Transient advertising, by the day or week. Lily cents per Miuare for each insortioa. The Weekly Asloriaii. Is a mammoth sheet, exactly double the size of the Daily. It is jn-t tlie tw perforthe fireside, containing in addi nontoall the current news choice mis cellany, agricultural matter, market re lorts, etc It is lurnished to single .sub fcribers at Si! 00 per year in advance. 23f"A limited numoer of small adver tisements inserted at MHblilicd rates. THECITY. The Daily aktouian irill be cnt ly nau" at 75 cent a mnnUi.frocf jxfcty. limn er who coHtcmpla...

Publication Title: Daily Astorian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 9 March 1881

CO MISCELLAKEOUS. o. h. r-VAjrr. mrrxr.lWjCvrL v s. a. ?: :zzs: ASTORIA. OREGON: "WEDNESDAY MARCH 9, 16S1 COMMERCE AKD TRADE. Fiuuticinl. Hirer, at pur. Coin ekmttus wr hm FrttMtsw nmfront ItTWBtlMM. M axetMHHw on Kaw Yrk Iffyfe PW saHiits. to 1 reeM. Lftl ImAae mi. Mmrmbic umasfen e Xnw Turk 1 per Mt. IWeMIMM. FOXT OF ASTOK1A. AMJH'OJIStfjt. SAU.IU. OniMt . 3KK UHW. PaMaum. V Much 4 MalwaUtMi. Mrt. N umu Nmmm March S.xh Hem Met 37 t ficmni. I' Xatx 1 Archer, tar M.. 7t !-. Mercvr. Urrrpol, K SS CiwitM BrMM umm gm u mw ft 17 Ch Harkw. ,r F Ft M I) warily. Kr ". rVtmr logtw. ! II Dtrinw. W . fMr. UwiiiI Fk AVVM&tH. r .rTm. .41 lM 4 W "$- tMW. IVtbM f)Mer. Br bi. Mi to 4-rk. Ij"Ii K M 1'nrfm, IV i. 5Un mm Farian-rtn Feb W 0m. Br kit. ut. . UwimI F JUrl Worty. br k. " tea. Mmy, Am Umkmt. tea. . V. Jm 3 ItettewT Itar. Br t. 7 to-. WM 3 AXX1VA LS If HUM SKA. UdtaMibU - r tr Bh K. Mjwph 1 Srie tarbktM ls 4;.vwa Uer ! X OMtln N ! W March a (MMsani.lM'lM ti4MM. Nat: Vjt Mm I JhMaa. rh. ...

Publication Title: Daily Astorian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 10 March 1881

0 lite jQPaili) t ,r JU JvJy W 4 1 Astoria, Oregon, Thursday Morning, March 10, 1881 No. 58. Vol. xiv. .MEN OP MILLIONS. Americans who are Rolling in Boundless "Wealth- New York News. The richest uihii in America, and nearly the richest man in the world, is William II. Vamlcrbilt. His fortune is set at alout 200,OUO, 000. Next to him corner -lav ranlrl wlw is renoliinr toward Scirtunnn.OOn. Tlie immense es tato of the Astor& is worth much over $:0,000,iKK). Fortunes rwigr in from 10,0H,000 to 15,000, Oi nl are almost common so fre quent, indeed, that the term 'mil lions" has almost lost its immensity a- a figure of speech, and is em ployed now where that of thou jjaud&used to be. Ourfathersspoke of a man worth his hundreds of thou sands, and we, the children, heard them with the same awe as that with which we listened to the de Timothy Kirby's estate, Robert Mitchell, S. M. Barrett, H. B. Courier's estate, .Samuel Wiggi's estate, Judge D. K. Esie's estate, .!. C. Shorts esta...

Publication Title: Daily Astorian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 10 March 1881

li) ghc gitiXi QslaxXnvu ASTORIA. OREGON: 'THURSDAY MARCH 10, 1SS1 .C.IRELANU. .Kdllor. Editorial CorrcspoHdence. Wamiinutox, D. C.,"Feb. 24, 1S81. We have just passed two anniversary eelebrations; one on Tuesday, in honor of the birth of George "Washington, and one yes terday, in honor of the institution f the Knights or Pythias in America. Beth were very promi nent occasions and attracted thou sands to the lines of procession. The greatest observance of the 22d occurred at Alexandria. Later in the day we inquired of our com cem com paneon: "Why did n't we go to Alexandria today, Captain?" The response was, "You've never been there.' "No." "Well, I have," and that was the reason assigned why we did not go together on the 22d. In continuation of the remark it was related that there is an old gentleman living in Washington whose age is disputed. He persists that he is 40 only, ""while it is positively a fact that he is 60, but he lived 20 years in Alexandria and will not allow that t...

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. — 10 March 1881

f3 gltc ivhj J&storiau. ASTORIA, OREGON: THURSDAY MARCH 10, 1881 ISSUED EVERY MORNING. (Monday EsceMedl. I. C. Ireland, Editor and Proprietor. Astonan Bnildiuti, i-mss Street. Terms of Subscription : served by Cam (f. per vreet........ .25 Cents ODt by mail, fourinenths ......$ OU Seat by Mail, one year. .............. 9 00 Free ef Posuure to sttbrcribors. ear" Advertisements mrertcd by the year at tbe rate of SI 50 ier square per tnftntb. Transient advertisinc, by the day or week, fifty cents per fiuarefor oach inJortion. The Weekly ltonau. is a mammoth -hect, exactly double the size of the Dailv. It is jut the im jkt for the fireside, containing in addi tion to all the current news, choice mis cellany, agricultural matter, market re ports, etc It is furnished to Miigle sub scribers at 52 00 per yuar in advance 13TA limited nuu.oerof miihI! adver tisements inserted at established rates. THECIT. Thk Daily atohian will t 'cut iy vmU at 75 ccfitf a month. Jrauj jnrtititc. IifMH cr...

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 March 1881

m y1 gUtitij steiait. ASTORIA. OREGON: THURSDAY MARCH 10 1881 COMMERCE AND TRADE. financial. livmr, at imr. 0m eehi n raa r rnwMM Cmm WLdunuce Vtr Yri. bayinr pw: LlTaicn Telegraphic traarfw a Xr Y 1 1KT Op ASTORIA. UMADV POK BEA. uu. lrM . fl MM. tVMaUM. fc f Utb 4 MrluHM. bkfc. 3M MM NMM XMC 3 N.rU U hte S tw Pancw. ?! mfcer. kfck.W '. Jletw. Uiiqml. K kttffdift 4Af rJL K9Jf 4MU v Match CMmM. ) CU ten fetlm S P. Mrefc na br 1m W4 : Hiw Mafc s Mamas aciiin torkfc J mm MMM4S Cara'ril Hifirfc I , ate. iW(M YtMMartfct- JC. . tM Wm. Wtce.ieh a torn- WcAlkatteK. lr imrm br bk. M mm Lm S K K.-te Jtoewafe. br U M ta WHU u, I, Hfll ICateaa knaa. 4aia neb fwi. ltjew. Uf Mmrttr.4amM jtmhi ii fc (7 to Jtkt-NMM r. Kiiiimw. rc a VBHSKIJS OA TMK VA J i KrtiHi AniTj'Kit J'ort. Rwal - (4ma A4sra. ". I . Mr-i S "VW.C hkt. t Iw K MwHi t lrwMt. i nc 2I tn WWmww. h lr Uwtve 4.-. 'mu- J ? .MMNtt 1U! "W i-"M I-o"l.. V ! I fJunrr l4tl Aw l!1 !. MuBiur. N V Um4ik 1 OrfM4i. ' l7: ' rwnwlil V Imi Sb r Wahdf...

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 March 1881

0) Stoiii w&tQX&ttn. Vol. xiv. Astoria, Oregon, Friday Morning, March 11, 1881. STo. 59. E.IDSAXD HIS SCHEMES. He Proposes In I'.xamtiir the Hummer dt-,nr i,,ir- in Drltin:; Piles am! In llic Columbia i:Hcr-"WU hr j , ,r0,.iu JihhiicIs, :uil lis Ap Thinks his Isibmiis Railway pliralion lo Ihr Iiiiprmrmrnl or Mill Mitrffil. tUr Mj, f Hie Culllllllliti. o... i ir..-., -Capt. Jhs. . I I . !" .tlilJ I.II I . V1J. AJ 1 ' I 15. Eads, who arrived here y ester-1 ,f , , , , . , , ' ,. - i- ' mM Mr. J. 1 urker, dated Parkers- dav, will start for Mexico in a few ; . n r i ' . urg-. C'oos oounty, Oregon, reb- days to have hi lelmui.tepecj 25i aVHhlishcl m the grant confirmed by the Mc-xiou. ()wgoill o( Uh. 0th ;n is congress. Ho will then sro to i. j of our lampico where some i hi cp-' mT.Miu-M..v,w..5 j the United states government- NThence he will proceed to the Isthmus, where tie will spend aj u s w from my intttim to month and make a thorough i-sy anything in the few sUUements spect...

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 March 1881

O- gftc gulu stoviatu ASTORIA. OREGON: FRIDAY .. MARCH 11, 1SS1 . C. IRELAND Editor. Editorial Correspondence. Washington, Feb. 25. The house continued its all night work again adjourning this morning at seven, or rather taking a recess until half past ten, at which hour they were in order and again took a recess for ten minutes, then met and adopted resolutions on the death of Senator Carpenter, and at 10:40 adjourned until 11 on .Friday, which came along fifteen minutes later, and so both houses were at work on time. The morn ing papers tell some ludicrous stories of the efforts made to keep a quorum last night. The Social World was all engrossed in Presi dent Haves' last reception in special honor of the representa tives of foreign powers accredited to America, and of which more vion. The diplomatic corps were present in full force, the White House was most magnificently decorated, and all went merry until about 10 o'clock a slight sen sation was caused by the unwel come appariti...

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