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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 11 March 1881

f3) gfrc ailB stffrXau. ASTORIA, OREGON: FRIDAY MARCH 11, 1881 1 ISSUED EVERY MORNING, '((Monday Excepted). B. C. Irclaud, Editor and Proprietor. A dorian Iinityiwu Street. Terms of Subscription ; served by Carrier. ier weok.... Cents Sent bytnail. four months... ..... Sent by mail, one year-..-........... ?reo ef Pocuice to Subscribers. ,.53 W " Advertisements inserted by the year at the rate of $1 50 per square per month. Transient advertisinR, by the day or week, fifty cenu? per square for each insertion. Tbr WVcKly A-torian Is a mammoth wet, exactJy doubk the size of the Duily. It i jw-t tlie tw perforthe fireside, coitttiniifc; in addi tion to all the current news, choice mis cellany, agricultural matter, market re ports, etc It is liirnished to single sub scribers M SI 00 per year in advance. ISTA limited numoer of small adver tisements inserted at established rate.-. THECITY. Tuk Daily astouxas ictll he rent bi mail at 73 cent a mntth.frief pmtave. lloaa en who contcm.tatt at...

Publication Title: Daily Astorian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 11 March 1881

m ?.Jxi gUiiTij Ksiaximu ASTORIA. OREGON: FRIDAY MARCH 11. 1SSJ COMMERCE AND TRADE. I'inaiiciHl. fiver, at par. Cna aaae n Saa FraoeC terleeat rrotHtat. Oaia axeaaaaa aa Sw Yark bajriac par: i.eaal Taaaen aar. WWMMe ttaafar aa 3w im 1 ir PORT OF AsTOKIA. ftJMlM' FOR SKA. ,. KM Im ItauW K r. nana II Own -. ana umm. rvthhwu. 6 f Mace 1 .UatanctaM. Met. art )Uiiii Matca Xaria fteaa Ut m Pfifaaa. K Man I .liniiirf. br Wk. im. Mcteer. Live-. Feb Sparry M'FAfl AKMl VA Ui FilOM SKA. a"f OuiawaU. aa. xm MM. W-anar. Am to 1' teartaa ar Mi M tM Uaajrauui Ktver Mara ,NfW Match 3 4AmoMm.br Wv. illume Haua UaMiMt Mwdi I L llt. TlMIMr, . 1 . VM KM. HVamm.wca.aa taa. JteAttepfc 1 .i'ty Maaata. ar Mt. Itas mm ! r Fa KimnaW. far t. 4 UN WiBMaa. Jwt"t. Kat aa4 iM.l"Ui aca. SI tar. Latjea. (Hays Jittrar..i;r:!4 aaaacnflt. U fc Lt-a r. Evrntm. unint . vksseia oa rj iiu r. front American t'nrf-. MmiI. bk 3 two. AUm. . K M wi. . IV-homm. WlU. 3 t. Lw. .S K Marca I Untmt. brc. 2 tnw. Wrtm. S F MmMw-. ch. ...

Publication Title: Daily Astorian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 12 March 1881

v ., 01 tottmi Astoria, Orfegon, Saturday Morning, March 12, 1881.' Vol. xiv. No. 60. 0 i Pftiw The Proposed Bar Improvement. Letters from the secretary of war, transmitting, in response to senate resolution of February IT, 1SS1, copies of reports of Colo nel Gillespie and board of engi neers submitting plas for the improvements of the month of the Columbia river. February 22, 1881. Referred to the committee on commerce and ordered to be printed. Wak Dkpatmknt, Washington city, Feb. 19, 18S1. The secretary of war, in compliance with the resolution of the United States senate of the 17th instant, calling for "the late report of Colonel Gillespie submitting pUns for the improvements of the mouth of the Columbia river, together with the report of the board of engineers thereon,"" has. the honor to trans mit to that body copies of the re ports required, dated December ", 1SS0, and February 12, 1SS1, re spectively, with the letter of the chief of engineers forwarding same to this departm...

Publication Title: Daily Astorian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 12 March 1881

rz) g.'lic JHuUb stovUm. ASTORIA. OREGON: .SATURDAY MARCH 12, 1SS1 ,C. inCLiM) .Editor. The World's Fair. There seem& to be some trouble about getting subscriptions to the proposed world's fair in New York. .The sum of 81,000,000 is required for a legal beginning, and only about one-tlrird of it is yet sub scribed. The cost of the building alone is estimated at 4,000,000. The disinclination to invest is the more singular, as there is no lack f money in New York in the 'hands of men who will be largely benefited by the travel which the fair will attract. "While New England and middle states might reach the scene of display at a small outlay, the south and west will pay immense sums to the rail roads. From Chicago and the west the fair will not be much less that twenty dollars each way. Oregon will be glad to get round tickets at $200. There is no doubt but the railroad men will make up the sum rather than have the pro ject fail, but they are doubtless willing to let merchants har...

Publication Title: Daily Astorian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 12 March 1881

(3) ? glxc axl3 stxrx&m. ASTORIA, OREGON: SATURDAY MARCH 12, 1SS1 ISSUED EVERY MORNING, J-'Mooday Excepted). D. C. Ireland, Editor and Proprietor. Antorxan linding. dune Street. Terms of Subscription : served by Carrier, p weok......:2 Cents Sent fay mail, Umr inosthe.....-. 4 0" Sent by mail, one year. . ..........- 9 "0 Free of Postaae to Subscriber?. -Advertiseinesreiaserted by the year at the rateof SI 59 per square per month. Transient advertiiBs. by the day or week. fifty cents per square for each insertion. The Wei-lily AsloriHH Js a mammoth sheet, exactly double the size of tlie Daily. It i ju-t tlte pa per 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 single sub scribers at 32 00 per year in advance. 53f A limited nuinoer of small adver tisements inserted at established rates. THEJDITY. The Daily astouian iciU he et hy man at 75 cents a month, free of poac. Head erg ich...

Publication Title: Daily Astorian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 12 March 1881

CI) AQSCELLANEOUS. gitxlu QsiBVxmx a h. rpvANT. s. a. xrr!r.rR ASTORIA. OREGON: SATURDAY... .MARCH 12. I88i COMMERGEAHD TRADE. Financial. ilver, at pur. Gmr eete on Sss Fraaowe H mwvMa Omh x.thnm c Nw Yartt Ww Hr: MttiNK.MlOl IMTMNK. A! 'IWere r. MnwMetnuMtH:i Xwr Trk 1 hw n u piiwaiww.. t'ORT OF ASTOXIA. KKAhY PVR SKA. svilku. TJilaial i m. J tM Hallea S 1. March 11 VMM me. tm Uhm. I'afcli.iaa. S F Maw 4 Xalaart . hk. 2M " Mam-Mi Mart X Xarta Mea4 t 3 ume Parma. KMarati I AMtaer. Wr Ut,?iM. MNeer. tMtama. J en & I let3f AKRIVALS FJtOM SUA. ito.f 0ura.a. mm. Dmmmt. HS F Match Aanea tar bl Mi ta .armw Rnwr eaatf X W Marcs a Ukmemm.br fa. hMiaaw Maatia iJAflwl 4Jaaaaa. a. l toas. Tfwwtarviaa. .X. Y. ta Rm, i. tao. XcAUaa S . Kek Paiata. . ta la f 1 a Jaimli. br bit. J ta. WUa fb It. Kateaa Aaaa maw nea.gfa.I.ajajai. Ofajw OMfear.aaSt Sbaftnck. I' Tnt hoi " aw. Ciiiaan. mw u Im:2J I' HUSKIES OA THK WAY. e From American lS. Miaal. bk. 2W taa. AdNr. . . MeMb WabfunC WA. M urn. I-wn.....

Publication Title: Daily Astorian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 13 March 1881

f) 3i Vol. xiv. Astoria, Oregon, Sunday Morning, March 13, 1881. 2sTo. 61 mkt JNM'JI'ji'lJ VJ Jr JW Jv Jl' Jll' I !' The Propose! Harbor or Kcfngc. Letter from tin superintendent of the United SUtes const ami .. . o-eodetic survey, transmitting, in reponse to a resolution oi tne -natc of January 2S, lSSl,a copy of the report of A. F. Kodgers, of the ooast and geodtc survey, on the proposed hnrW of refuge for the Pacific coast. February 2, 3 SSI. Ordered to lie tn tne table and be printed. Unmtko Statks Coast and Gkodktic Sukvkv Oi'kick. "Wash ington, Feb. 1, 1SS1. Sik: By the direction of the secretary of the treasury, 1 have the honor to transmit herewith, in compliance with the following resolution of the senate: In the Sknatk ok tiii: Uxitbh Statks, Jan. 26, 18S1. - Unsolved, That the secretary of the treasury In directed to furnish tins Mjnate with a copy of the report of A. F. Kedgurs, of the coast and geodetic survey, on the proposed harbor f refuge fr the Pacific coast. Attes...

Publication Title: Daily Astorian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 13 March 1881

m "gftc JBailij stoutun. ASTORI A. OREGON: SUNDAY M ARCH 13, 1861 . C. IRCLAM . ftlitor. j Editorial Correspondence. "Washington, Feb. 2C The dav for despisinir small things should quickly pass with us of the Pacific coast. To illustrator Pass ing up The Avenue (Pa.) this fore noon an Astorian was suddenly left without his hat a gust of 'wind took it. As his weight might "be considerable of an obstacle to iwspeed, and chancing to spy a colored boy near whose mouth was watering for an opportunity to earn a nickle (five cents) by giving yur boots a shine, he started "John" after the hat which was speedily recovered, brushed, and returned to the owner. Putting ins hand into his pocket he drew forth a quarter, the smallest piece of coin he chanced to possess, and handed it to the boy, remarking, as he pursued his waj", that he had paid just 400 per cent, more for the service than it was worth simply because he had a habit of spending all his "nickles" for street fares and newspapers. He...

Publication Title: Daily Astorian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 13 March 1881

f3 ASTORIA, OREGON: SUNDAY MARCH 13. 18S1 ISSUED EVERY MORNING. ',(Mond&7 Excepted). D. C. Ireland, Editor aud Proprietor. Astoria Butidiwj. Cat street. Terms of Subscription : served by Carrier, per week.........25 Cents Sect by mail, four month? ...... Sent by mail, one year..... .............. free of Posiacc toubsoribere ar Advertisements inserted by the year at the rate of SI 50 per square per month. Transient advortHnp. by the day r week. ofty cents ier wuarefor each insertion. The Wwkly Anlnrian Is a mammoth sheet, exactly UMllt' the size of the Daily, it is just the ia per for the fireside, containing in audi tion to all the curmit news, choice mis cellany, agricultural matter, market n ports, etc It i, furnished to "m;lc miIi soribers at $2 00 per year iu advance. ;2TA limited numoer of miihII adver tisements inserted at established rxl. THECITY. Thb Daily astokian mil Ix eui On mailafXctmt a month, frctof pottage. Haul er trtio coidr.itiplnlcaliaict from the cllu can n...

Publication Title: Daily Astorian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 13 March 1881

H) lx gaVhj ksXaximx. ASTORIA. OREGON: SUNDAY ...MARCH 1. 1SSJ COMMERCEAHD TRADE. Financial. itvr,.ai Mr. Cava wham? on an Fraac. pKeat vreauMW. Gain Mftuc New York bay tir: mBmk. 4 to I percent. I! Ta4rc hm- Tiloirapair trnn-frr Saw Tat 1 r aM. tweariaa.. ' PORT F A3T0WA. RHXUY WU&F.A. m. St MM ttatten 6 F. Maw II urwH as. MB MM. FaMMk V Man Mr. maun t- fl tM MaMMI Marcti a A r. i. r.r muTrnvrnf. Mervr. Urrw(. W 9 .-.iixrri ae F Fl 4 if 1 A I J WW KM- St.... f OaMafM.M. l M. 1MJ'- ' Miib s,.i, wfckM4i;4inaaK Jtiwr re ' . .). iiidNktirML. ita. tbi Cati Man I rn.rf4. b. it taa. Wtvmtmtm. X. Y. . M.-nl 1 r, -. m.2M taa. MeAlte r. ". . n.Whk.m' taas LmSr I- '.v.xrf. In- ok. 4 !. WiBUaw. Mn-raMl. f.a. Mrinr.Ja:! - "hrtdu U K Ltakt-tom Mr. Jteenma. enw 'wrra vti'ftSKte ja rrr rjti. - ' I'i-oh Ameeseam rTJ-. . 1. Wu 9 tawt. A4aa. K "- Man . A Wm(. MM. urn Lrri. S F BUrrh I . ta xom. s . a--, a. . 4i tli ". leii. X Y Dec I Ilrmv & St. Am 1i. tUft litw. MMfMtr. X V ionium 1 Kte- tlM...

Publication Title: Daily Astorian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 15 March 1881

en ST V Astoria, Oregon, Tuesday Morning, March 15, 1881. Yol. XIY. So. 62-: ffije Pftiig !A0t0nmi GENERAL EASTEKX XKWS. 11Y MAIL AM TKMOBKAl'K. The M Meamship Wlllainrllr New York, March l:J.-Thc ,,ew steamer W Htamctte ti,e pic , iieer vessel of Hi" t iregwi J niproye- ment company, ar iTJved from notion C L 1, .1.I K.. :!.!.. iMSi lit ' , sou, and everv poison inav become Chester yesterday, xiui ih now . j , ' h stimnlHiit. I here is no bane in 1 vin"-at ttoueh & Son s works, hust " ., ' . , the South Amenciin swamps, no river. She is built of iron, with . . , v . ..virulent compound in the orth five wjiter lirht compartments, Jinu , . ' . ' . .,, ' j American druir stores cliemistrv i n water-ballast vessel, o4( loet r- , , . . ' knows no deadliest immsoii whose lou 38 ftvet beam Jid 2 feet . ' . il," , . ! gradual and persistent olitnision depth of hold, bhe is to carry - . ., 1 . . 1 on the human organism will not coal only. Her cnrrvitig capacity j . J . . create an unnat...

Publication Title: Daily Astorian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 15 March 1881

V) gftc 3ai'lTj stariaiu ASTORIA. OREGON: TUESDAY MARCII IS. 1S81 . C. IKEL.1M .Kdilor. Ilosu Heraldry. A careful investigation shows that the American College of Heraldry in University place, Netv York, which is usini; the names of many prominent citizens as regents and life members, is a pretentious sham. Albeit Welles, who seems to be not only the president but all the rest of the faculty also, hits succeeded by ingenious devices in getting: $50 each from these re gent and life members, who have no duties and no privileges of any value- Inquiries have been made among leading citizens whose names Mr. Welles is using, and it is found that they have either not authorized him to do anything of the kind, or have not investigated the matter and kuow scarcely anything about the su-ealled col lege. The Tribune, referring to the matter says: We venture to say that theie never was a College of Heraldry, or any other college so peculiarly constituted as the institution de- friKf" in rnr lur...

Publication Title: Daily Astorian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 15 March 1881

m glxc iUtj 5stam. ASTORIA, OREGON: TUESDAY .MARCH 15, 1881 ISSUED EVERY MORNING. I'Monday Sxceptedi. SI. C. Ireland. Editor and I'roprlrtnr. Terms of Subscription ; served by Carrier, per vveot. ...3i Coau Sent by in ail. fwr iantbe......... .. .2 11 Sent by mail, one year .........!. xi Free f Pouce toftubjoribsrf. w Adveruseuieats inserted by the year at tbe rate of SI -M ter sjaare per inontb. transient advertises, by the day or week, fifty cent per ?mare for each in?ortiin. Tlie l"cekly Atriaa Is a mammoth slKft, exactly double the size of the Daily. It is jtit the pa per for the fireside, containing in addi tion to all the current news, choice inis ceilanv. agricultural matter, market re ports, etc. It i iuriiWheii to -ingle sub scribers at S2 Ort per year in advance. XST-S. limited iiiiinoer of Miial! adver tisements inserted at established rate-. THECITT. The Daily astouian will he ent by maU at 75 cch( a month, frit of pottaijc. Haul er irio contcmiAatcalifCnccfrom the clj;...

Publication Title: Daily Astorian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 15 March 1881

H ?.:lte gmlrj gstrrrimi. Colombia River Exports. DKrKMKF.i:. I j To Qiicrcnlincn,Kr Jfiiy"rnnYr. From ronlanil 1!.V5 ctl wheat S2MP0 - Astoria 1!. 21.OJ0 3IIS('KLl.AXE0l. HU CELEBRATED lX g. k. r".'A s. a. w: :zrjs. ASTORIA. OREGON: TUESDAY MARCH 13 1SSI Tdals 3S.71 1- Tw lAvay- ir CMUtor. From Portland 12JK7 hd hhh-. .Vstorta SJS " ... S60.IP0 i anzJ w li wii dF M. i :fcfe':-rCrjr . aS GOMMERCEAND TRADE. Financial. Hver, at par. Caw escfeMce m m Ki-mrcmco '4 pwreAMl Imuuw. Cm KiiMie mw Ytfc kayta ir: Mrittwc 'i to I iweMU Lel Teo4e tw. Takiiraphic I nmnfeo it 2Jw Yrtt 1 par cwrt. tH-earinib. rORTOF ASTORIA. -SS8.I73 JUm TntnH From A4orfa MMtt nAmtm.. .. 1."W T3l vmIw khwh j . S7r..i7e Vtm VhtHhhA SLmm clfc. wtMt( SSS.WM Tm(s 4w KJU') WMtSJPjI. rwtt '-.. tf .. Wi-y. tefc H Kaiwra. krbk.lt torn Ut Qmnrmmmm Mtik M fVhmnm- tiix too tw'b K. Maicfc II OrwUM . 3"i mm. PWMaua. t' Man t Mmcumi. fckt. Ste tM( Mjmmini Mare Attrtk Heart Ma S li'riyiw. I" Xm I Atdkcr. br bfc. t . Maw. LhrwMl. ...

Publication Title: Daily Astorian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 16 March 1881

C'J yrJUJyJll'Jlly V Vol. xiv. Astoria, Oregon, Wednesday Morning, March 16, L881. sTo. 63. GEXKRAL EASTERN SEWS. IIY MAIL ANI TKLHCKAMI. Mississippi Kher Me.-iincr I.urticii. St. Louis,Marjch 13. The steam er Jas. Howard, belonging to tlie New Orleans anchor line took fire at quarter past l) to-night while yiii- at the Ftiigate wharf-boat at the loot of Market street, and whs reduced to a wreck in about 1ml f an hour. Loss on tlie boat S?5,(H)0. Tlir Kuril I Meamcr A 4'oinchlcucr I'jirlrlicil St. Loim, March Hth. -The. -steamer Howard which burned last niirht, was the largest on the west ern waters, being 3,000 tons bur den. She was ten years old but in thorough condition and very raluable. The passengers all es caped from the upper deck by beinir let down with lopes. The captain's conduct was highly com mended and his coolness alone saved every life. The Grand Duke Alexis of Kus sia.went from Cairo to New Or leans on the Howard in 1873, and it is considered a coincidence that her ...

Publication Title: Daily Astorian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 16 March 1881

C2-1 gjfte pnxxti3 stosUm. ASTORIA. OREGON: WEDNESDAY MARCH Hi, 1881 .C. IRELAM Kfllfor. The Comstouk mines in twenty jrears have yielded in bullion sHSn, 000,000, raised to the biirface 1, 750,000,000 tons of water, and have hoibted 100,000,000 tens of waste rock. There remain unvested, by rea son of non-construction of railroads for which grants were made, the following lands: Northern Pacific, 27,500,000 acres; California and Oregon, 1,7S1,632; Atlantic and Pacific, 15,SGS,150; Southern. Pa cific, -4,757,824; Texas Pacific, 12, t)00,000. The Atlantic and Pacific and Texas Pacific are vigorously pushing forward. Henry M. Stanley has been Lcard from. Last November he was well, and that courageous French traveler, M. Sarorgman de Brazza, had come up with him and proposed to remain for some time Vit his headquarters at Viva. Stan ley's present programme is feuch an extensive one that it ma' keep him away from civliation for two years more. The price of lead in America is steadily dim...

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. — 16 March 1881

m glic guxlB siarlauu ASTORIA, OREGON: WEDNESDAY MARCH 1G, 1881 ISSUED EVERY MORNING. 'Monday Excepted?. D. C. Ireland, Editor and Proprietor. Adonan BuUdl, street Terms of Subscription ; served by Carrier, per week... .......2& UeDts Sent by mail. fr MOBth....... ... 5 W Sent by mail, one ear.....-...-" 9 'K' Free of Ponace t subscribers. B" Advortioinenis w-rted by the year at the rate of SI M per square per inenth. Transient adrortieins. by the daj or week, fifty cents per square for each inwrtien. The Weekly Aotonau Is a mammoth sheet, exactly double the M7e of tlie Dailj. It is just the m perforthe fiie-ide. containhif du tiontoall the current news, choice mls cellan, agricultural matter, market re ports, etc. It is luruishert to sinsleuu scribers at$2 00 ueryeai in advance. J3TA limited liumoerof small ader tisemenL, inserted at established rates. THECITY. Thk Daily aktouian mil hi Mtt by tnailatlScoHt a munthJrefifiA-Aaue. lima erf who emtetnAaUalnatce 1mm the city ca hav...

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 March 1881

afcO- -arw- 1 f to ntXij IVstovimx. ASTORIA. OREGON: WEDNESDAY MARCH 1G. IBS1 COMMERCEAND TRADE. Financial. Uxor, at par. Otaa exchange n iih Fracit 14. Hret f-remiaui. Cm &caaair a Xw Yark Wyiatr par: aglliBf tut 1 hereout. Local f aadera par. TttfjrailuetruKianMi Xaw Ywrtt I aw . rretaiutb. fiiKTOF ASTORIA. RKABY PVU SKA. sAILJU. IOd ..KW UNMk Mli.fclt !' I.M Ummhm 7Mk 14 Italk S V. Marea It tSM . -". phiw . r waif 4 r ianriri - Wk. a6 tNM Mmih Xante S 2Cck Baa MM lt 'wiTWii. fc I Mate 1 -UBi i fer kk.7 w-. Mercer. lmiBiil. l"ai Jfc IBfMM-rMr h - I Feb v fijw im -s -j) ATM. o TTJeln - M un. Pit. U I. liaaa tataMarab M "- ts W Mafrtt a a ooi.Wfafc. !(. Martta OnMI March 1 JarmfV oil. II ". Tialmapu. X Y. Kfc. .Mate I -. eb. !w im. McAlVepS 1. !" AVewdo. br Mu -IS iw. VilliM . lump'. KitofWAa . tma w. . IjJb. Onw I IUrt-r. JmM afcrwfc. C .' Inwir w. JtM en. w vjt&sKte ujv r . ifji . Krun: AHiii'fiii I'rf-. KniI V. ) tm. A4ihmo. . K. Krt tlnuM. kr 2t WrttMimi. S F MaftW. ch. ...

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 March 1881

C) Pftito I Yol. xiv. Astoria, Oregon, Thursday Morning. March 17, 1881. No. 64. J Jr JP Jv Wil GENERAL FOREIGN NEWS. KV MAIL AM TKfWKArH. Origin f Hie l'alal x-hemc. London, March 15. The Rus sian embassy here claims to Imve evidence regarding the czar's as sassinationthat tin manufacturing of the bombs, g-l& and nitro Hvcerine, and in fact the entire scheme, originated in London. Died from Poison. St. PjcriHteituiys, March 13. It is stated that the civilian who de clined to jive hife name died from poison he had taken, nti from wounds. The TrapplitU" of Woe. Bhkun. March 15. The whole German army goes into mourning for one month. Princess llolsoiirouUr. Viknna, March 15. A dispatch says that Princess Dolgourouke, morganatic wife of the late czar, lias left St. Petersburg and will not return. Ilnre .llioul luc Assassins. St. Petkr-skurc, March 15. The remains will lie in state in the chapel of the palace fifteen days, and prayers will be said nightly. The minister of the interi...

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 March 1881

2) Jglic Shvilij vStoubixu ASTORIA. OREGON: THURSDAY MARCH IJMSSl . C. IRKLANO . tldif or. Oregon Central I'ailrenil Company's Land Grant Open to Settler. For many years wo Irnve been accustomed occasionally to hear complaints that much valuable land in Clatsop county was hinder ed and in fact debarred from settle ment owing, in the fiist place, to the fact that it had been withdrawn in favor of the Oregon Central railroad company, and in the second place, that the said rail roitd company not having complied with the conditions upon which the subsidy was granted, had no right or power to sell any portion of said land. In a former issue of Tins Astobiax we announced the rumored intention of the Oregon and California railroad company to absorb the old Oregon Central railroad company, and as a result of this, in the month of Jariuary they issued the following circular: Land Department Oregon al CaHfiHiim Railroad company, Wt.t.iIe Dhliion. " Portland, Oregon. January :s, IhM. Sir: In v...

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