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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 17 March 1881

m Ix.c gaxltj siarlau. ASTORIA, OREGON: THURSDAY MARCH 17, 1881 f ISSUED EVERY MORNING. ;Mecday Excepted). D. C. Ireland, Editor ami Proprietor. Astonan Bniltlhuj, Case Street. Terms of Subscription : served by Carrier, per week..........2& Cents Sent by mail, four month".....- ......5S 00 Sent by mail, one yoar..... ....... S "0 tree of Postano teiJubscriber'. 0"Advertiiemonw inserted by the year at the rate of $1 ."jO ier square per month. rruneient advertising by tho day or week, fifty cents per siuarofor each insertion. Tlir HVckly Astonan Is a mammoth sheet, exactly double the size of the Daily. It is jut the pa per for the fireside, containing in audi tion to all the current news, choice mis cellany, agricultural matter, market re ports, etc. It Is furnished to single sub scribers at S2 00 per year in advance. JSA limited numoer of small adver tisements inserted at established ratts. THE CITY. The Dailv astouia tvtll Ik vnt by mailatloccntxa mthlh .Jrteof pnntaye. Head er ...

Publication Title: Daily Astorian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 17 March 1881

CO 'ftc itiXij JVsi0r;imr. Columbia. River xpsrts. DECKS! ItEK. IS To QHttca4mcn,per Ringlendcr. From Portland in.C56cJLs wheat....$29.4fl0 Astoria 11, WW " " 21.000 MICELLAXEOCf.. ASTORIA. OREGON: H W CELEBRATED lX Thursday alarcr it. ibsi -i as&a Totals 83.712 11 T IATcrt, jtcr CMIdet. FnuN Portland 12TT libl-llenr.... AMori 835 ' $50,4t0 s Vsstss?p i, ',p-! yis5!1' f.. v i . . SSJl.H TVCfc V.f?T' - J.'T o &S&JBUUS?mgf I CO!VtMERCEAHD TRADE. Tin mi trial. ttver, at iar. Om exchange n n Fntneueo i pw!et mrnnidta Cms exchange no Vw Yrk Wrtac lr: 1mU TeaAen-f-M-. tg,jaiKiS21 Si -j fi-BlKs; Total- Frmn Annul 1X.KK .3H o -! . HUSK . BUKI.ftla,V tPgcts Trtal nhi 3M75 -$7U,J7 13 7 VnTrwr,7r 1m M.Stmivm. 'nm INhiUmhI r s wh"l SSi.ttX "COTTuOPE tf,wlBHiHwl!!iTwifrift:Ujv7B rMrriHrttrr.. f'A'rsr'A'SrM 5C HBBBB-llaakSAiGmmiL rrsfrr "WMSIR- j2RKSss&ia TnUgrai tur tmn-fir Xar Y 1 per cMt.iraitaa. lOJrT OF ASTORIA- mmauv yon SMA. SML.r.0. MMfOatrtVrnin..tani mm. if. iS F KaM. hr...

Publication Title: Daily Astorian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 18 March 1881

f'l SK Astoria. Oregon, Friday Morning. March 18, 1881. No. 65. Vol. xiv. IDftiLii Statoftftti m CAUSE OF TES TROUBLE. A Nihilist Tells why the Czar was Assassinated. Foreign Trade of New York. Next to the commerce of the Fraud Exposed in Mother Shipton's I Frophecy. Tntt- IIium nation in 1SS0, the foreign trade I . A iwiJ Mother' writes to New Yokk, March l."i. The j or New York is xn object of com- j ywk Tribuie begging it Herald reports an interview with ) inintdiiig interubt. Us magnitude j lQ printing stones about the the nihilist correspondent oi inej Springfield Republican here, than -whom it says tliere arc probably few if any living in this country , more familiar with tlie deep Ji schemes of the nihilists tt over- ami ooostant growth irm e in- j w(jrld aiming to mi end, the con ferred from the fact titat toe touu t- . f . ,linwft.lt nlauete. h mount of foreign imports during tlic seven, months ending January ol, 18S1, including specie, whs I !U6,S."5,S74, against tle follo...

Publication Title: Daily Astorian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 18 March 1881

V) gftc gailu stortau. ASTORIA. OREGON: FRIDAY MARCH IS. 1SSJ .C. IRIXAND ...Urtltor. Editorial Correspondence. Washington, Msirch 1. In the Supreme-court yestortlay, upon motion of Senator Mitchell Mr. .1. J. Henderson, late consul to Ainoy, was admitted to practice, also upon motion of .Tudire Shcllabasrer of Ohio, Mr. M. W. Fechheimer was admitted. A lengthy decision in the llallett Kilhourn case defining the duties of congrss was ren dered by Judge Miller, of vast im portance to the nation, but which tve will not attempt to briefly sum marize, except to say that Mr. Kil bourn's side is supported and the side of congress is not sustained. 3t is thought this decision will have a healthy influence upon the future acts of congress. The weather to-day is suggestive of blankets and heavy coats. Yes terday it was so mild and spring like that to us it appeared certain there would be no more winter "in fact, winter was wholly broken up "in our head," and reminded us of the breaking away ...

Publication Title: Daily Astorian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 18 March 1881

m gto aHB QsXax&xru ASTORIA, OREGON: FRIDAY MARCH 18, 1831 ISSUED 3VBRY MORNING. Oloiday Excepted). . C Ireland, r.illtor arid Proprietor. Axtonaii inlldbuj, Coax street. Terms of Subscription : served by Carrier, per week .......-55 Cents Sent by mail, fourtntmtfa'.....-......S 00 Sent by mail, one year......-......-. fl '"0 Free of Poslase to Subscribers. " Advertisement insortod by the year ut the rate of 31 30 ier wjuure per inanth. IransientauvertiiinR. by the day r woek. fifty cent per square for each inertien. Tlir Wrekly Aslurian Is a mammoth .-beet, exactly double the size of the Dailj. It is jut the pa per for the firolde, containing i " tion to all the current news, choice miv cellanv, agricultural matter, market re ports, etc It is furnished to single sub scribers at S2 03 per year in ad ance. ;Sf A limited nuinoer of small adver tisements inerted at established raUi. THECITT. Tub Daily atouian uhII In. vnl by mailat1T)Ccntxa.JMtnUi.rtA-if iMHstayc Head er wtio conlc...

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

M) ?I nil3j stemrt J-Jtl DAY ASTORIA. OREGON: MARCH IS 1SS1 COMMERCEAHD TRADE. Financial. 9vr, at par Ohm xcfcaaie San Knweise K WW Columbia River Export. IlKCKMREK. 13 7 QtHXVHotawn.jvx RiHglrader. From Portland 19.W oils wheat Astoria 14.0WJ - Tittnls 33,71 13- T Ltorn''' J"" CMWor. FrotM Pw-iImwI 12JS77 W. wr. - A-4ria ' -SS9.4PO 21.WJ SfiO.I!' .?M.47S TMJ. Fro Atorta 1X.H X8l ir. .nllHim SOHJ75 .. HMftt 7.47J Yin 1 jr n y at ! "' Vrti twylNC R nfci. w 1 - POKT OF ASTORIA. A AM 01' JW8 SKA. T, . . flW tea. J V. Match K SMf .rf teiifMrauu . ua. Maw M v.-.. br a. ! ta ! ijaul " CSi u tMta r. man ti Met. 9 ( Mi Hm 3 tjwker. a Ml t'. Mere. It cyl. F" iU. rhk,.Tm. UMMi triaHaawi lata Hatcfe M M!if-iLJr?--M " llw,,e " caaUr X s W Mare Glam.lrl . -" '"' J Jir-J- . I. Trn. - " jtuweb i br IA.W tua. Total imIwc ww -- W 7fc QirrTi.fJr triMM li".'fi-a. Fiwm IVHtfeuMl jrt fc. Wh-st ,WM A-ria tBe " " TMaK . IC-Tt ,viMn. fW fxMH . Ppa ihuimi sue; h i. W -T itrrnMitrm. ttnr Irvimr. Fraw rU7ti H...

Publication Title: Daily Astorian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 19 March 1881

01 tartan Vol. XIV. Astoria, Oregon, Saturday Morning, March 19, 1881. Xo. 66. fflie A Great Hunter. 1U T4-gnil. Towards the end of last Kovftm bor Jerry Greening, a bear irawtcr Hiid trapper f grout local renown in Pike eouwty, Michigan, mjI off by himself tMi a hunting expedi tion in tbe vafet iwili5 that fringe the left bank of the Puwpac river Ab he reinaed xHseiit for a -siderably louder time thaw liad previously Imj hits wt ujhmi similar ex-Mrsins, a ymrty of hit friondb, huUrs like himself, start ed cm the Uth uk. in search of him, taking with them blood-bounds to iollow up his trail. This the dog succeeded in doing, the surface of the huge swamp being frown; and in u few hours they gukled the party to a wooded knoll, where the eat cusses of four enormous bears lav stretched upon the "round. 1 the jaws of one of these dead monsters was found a frozen human foot, probably torn from the leg of its original pio- prietor in a supreme spasm of the gigantic brute's death agony. Bar...

Publication Title: Daily Astorian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 19 March 1881

C2) give gaffla gistflviuxu ASTORIA. OREGON: SATURDAY .MARCH 19. 1SS1 B.C. IRELAXW Editor. The Inauguration. v .1 .......! swl o- aictflrn interest connect the two conn- ors nave uuikwiuih-u w .. ncuts, and give intensity of force Oregon and Washington by a to the example we are setting be- north and south through line from MISCELLANEOUS KlHTOKl AK t OKKKSrONimNfK. Washington, March 2. The city is being every day more and more overrun with people from all joints of the continent attracted here by the approaching inaugura .:.., ,,.v,irli will hr- the most niarni- Jicent and imposing demonstration design, finely executed, and more ever vet witnessed in Washington, elaborate in ueutu ma.. i fore the world, bvery year ol success in our grand experiment is a menace to every throne in Europe. Every Jackson, Lincoln or Garfield who climbs to the Chief Magistracy makes more ap parent and intolerable the hereby of monarchical rule. We had the pleasure to-day of looking at a proof copy of the...

Publication Title: Daily Astorian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 19 March 1881

CJ) gto guttrj storfcm. ASTORIA, OREGON: SATURDAY MARCH 19, 18S1 Can it be True? It is whispered around that there is a prospect for a good-sized breach f The Illustrated Scientific News. One of the handsomest publications ! is the Illustriated Scientific Xews, pub- promise smt in this county soon. The.:iished by 3Innn & Co., New York. report says that a young man of this Even' number contains thirty-two ISSUED EVERY MORNING, (Monday Excepted!. D. C. Irrlautl, Alitor ami Proprietor. Asiwrtan BhIIiUi, 'as tret. Terms of Subsoription ; served by Carrier. ier week Ma Cents Sent by mail, four tnent.b......... -....- .5 00 Sent by mail, oho year.... ......... " oO free of Postage uHberibers. S Advertisements inserted by tbeyeur at the rate of SI 7J per square ier month. Transient advertisinc, by tbc day or week, fifty cents "per square for each in'ertien. The rt"ecklj AMoriau Is a mammoth sheet, exactly double the size of the Daily. It i just the pa per for the fireside, containing i...

Publication Title: Daily Astorian, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 19 March 1881

00 lXxc gniTTj slaxxuxu ASTORIA. OREGON: SATURDAY MARCH 10. 16S1 COMMERCE AND TRADE. Financial. Over, at oar. Oho ejwAanse on Sun FraaeMeo M wletMi premiuut. Oafai exeaaoce a Vr York barbae tri fStims. S to 1 ptrat. bagal reader aac. Tatogiwibic transfer Xwr Yavfc I par cent, fwvauua. tMLT OF AbTOKiA 4UU0I' OS SKA. brnca trUWI f a ininw. Marcb Tra!aj. Mk. W Uw. MeAltea S r. March 17 &tel'Wtf(MMui.-UM MM. Wlbatf. r MmOi M Badata. br Mc Ml 1m tlaeraaMwe Meb 14 (hiaakit a T.ti mi Haifa a F. March II M-iactaoa. idtt. SH Mas Msavoa Maacb 3 Vrta Wa4tt taasrVrrmaa. 8 I" Mat I A rcbarbr kk. Tsm ton. Mercer. Uiiamil K AGBU'AL rSMM fXA O MHit. 2 taa. faalauMi. Marca 17 W i.fao. bkt. aW t. !. S K Match 17 Viola. brb.as.iana.rVe. LmcwiwsI. via Baaa- tilaMamb l .l. ocam.Mraa.ei tea. Maatitt Cartft Match 1 ' .njfa. ah. IMWtaaa. TmKrM. X . via JUa. Muck i Kvrvale. U U.W ttw. Walbaat. lavatatnl. .i II. K-t aaa Aaaa-ateaat ob. 3 urn, iartaaa. CSaajm HfirtMir.Jaait aUnc. C S Mam haaaa Dec:. i jcs...

Publication Title: Daily Astorian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 20 March 1881

01 lie yk&twAttn. JM it'JI' IJJ Vol. XIV. Astoria, Oregon, Sunday Morning, March 20, 1881. So. 67. 4 Political Considerations ot the Canal Question. "VVjm. lwrew Merry M On"". Primarily, it would appear tliat it matters little v1k constructs a canal if our ccMiittry is accorded the unrestricted use of it, in com mon with other iiatiotis. A fur ther incpiiry, however, must satisfy us that if we do not build this work we must acquire a controlling interest therein. We cannot afford so important a link in our coast vise cominunicatio to remain in the hands of any European organ ization, which would naturally con sult foreign interests rather than our own. The Central American republics are now friendly to us, although sparsely inhabited and without development. The com pany constructing and managing an interoccunic canal would soon wield an influence paramount to the local government, and the policy of the latter might become subservient thereto and inimical to us. During the exist...

Publication Title: Daily Astorian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 20 March 1881

,f2J give rai1i stxiviuxu ASTORIA. OREGON: SUNDAY MARCH 20, 1SS1 . C. IBELAM ...Editor. The first through train via the Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe and Southern Pacific railroad left Kansas city for San Francisco March 10th. In the Carver-Scott match at the end of shooting at London on the night of the 18th inst., the sgpre stoed: Carver, 7,S01: Scott, 7,703. Indians made a raid on a wagon train near Puerto D'Chocolat, New Mexico, on the 1 7th, ami killed thirty men and burned their wagons. Further particulars are not obtainable at present. W. H. Vanderbilt sails for Europe April 14th, and .lames H. Keene is going abroad during the latter part of the same month. This is considered as an indica tion that the market will not feel the influence of their support for some time. The World says: General Grant when asked about a report that he had resigned the presidency of the world's fair commission said: 1 have not sent in m resignation yet. Is it true that you intend to? was asked. Ge...

Publication Title: Daily Astorian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 20 March 1881

f3) glxc nxlB stsriam ASTORIA, OREGON: SUNDAY MARCH 20. 1881 wSSUED EVERY MORNING, (Monday Excepted!. D.C. Ireland, Editor ami 1'roprlctor. Axtortan Building, Cam street. Terms of Subscription : served by Carrier, pet week. ......'2& Ceme Sent by mail, four month.....- ....? ft Sent by mail, one year.... .-..... s mi Free of Postace to Subscribers. aB"AdvcrtiPeinoBts inserted by the year ut the rate of SI per square per meath. Transient advortisinp. by the day er wek, fifty cents per square for each inertin. Tlic Weekly AMoriau Is :i mammoth sheet, exactly ttouhtf the size of the Daily. It is just the m perforthe fireside, containing in addi tion to all the current new-,, cIhiIcc mis cellany, agricultural matter, market re ports, etc. It is turnished to single Mib scriberi at 52 00 per 3 ear in advance. f A limited numoer of miihII adver tisements inserted at established rates. THEC1TY. Thk Daily astokian will he tent lw tnatlat"5ceii. a mnnUi. frftot iiAayc. IIh erg tc10 ctHtle...

Publication Title: Daily Astorian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 20 March 1881

CO ;i:lx vriTrj gisjbcrrlmu ASTORIA. OREGON: SUNDAY MARCH 20. 1SS1 COMMERCE AND TRADE. riititiu-ialf tfoor, at r. (tow axefe: an Kranoiaea M lnavMn ntaawntaa. Qai exemuuefl mi few York tmyiaa; par: ftttttwc. 4 1 I aw-easc. megrapMc tmariar Xaw ck 1 iw rKT OF A3TDUA issna br bkM aa Qweewttmmm. March btateot -aJitanua. . W mm. ttobwr, Marc U ifc K ftajhu. brM.I taw- baa tat-aaw iUk II (Mmbi aa Si. in bath P. Marofc II Mauctn. tat. jM -. Manna Mated Kart ttid Mr K torn PerrswM K Ma 1 Aaeferr. br bfc. 7W tea. M-rcer. Lhrtaal. K A MM IV ALU rttOM SKA. Uj-re m. a . rXaMaun. r Man 17 Wctrfwal. hku JH urn. Uawa. K F Mate I? VMa.BTtik.aateaw.Fnea. t,iniiii). wtHaw- fataMaMa 14 OicaMMfM lKWi.VIM. Hmud Canst Mate) 5 OHteia. k. iMtftaaa TravMidt. X. . mi Wa. .Marci. 1 Krrvaki. k tt. M tea. Vjtnaa. LmniMl. Katra4 Aaa.ti dt.23tea. LvtjaBa. (nr Karta.r.JaM VK&LKI UA THt: UA 1 Fi'hhi AmtrifvM irt. jjaam xeti i K Mavcai W KKal K.. torn. A4ea . 1 Mare 3tiatM. Kh. 11 . 1 all. X V tHe I 4ja. k fait...

Publication Title: Daily Astorian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 22 March 1881

(n il Ix&tQxittn. Vol xiv. Astoria, Oregon, Tuesday Morning. March 22. 1881. No. 68. GENERAL EASTERN XEWS. IV MAIL A-D TF tCKAIfT. The No:"iern Pacilir. Chicago, Marcli UK The Tri bune's New York special &ys thai Mr. Billings is not at all disturbed b3' reports that Mr. Villard 1ms bought a majority of the stock of the Northern Pacific Railroad com pany, and that he has ito fears that the enterprise of which Ik? is the head will ever ie sufeortlimtte to the Oregon Railway aaid Naviga tion company. This statement of course is made by Billmgfc, but the fact remains that it is believed by some Northern Pacific officials that Villard has secured control of the stock as telegraphed to the Tri bune labt Saturday, and this being the case, the interest he represents will be likely to do s they see fit when the time comes. A Rminnxa .W:in Contrllitslloii. Nkw York, March 10. J. "W. Mackey gave 2r.OM to lite Gnnt fund. now Mnnii at JHlwat".er Mn.WArKKK, March 19. The storm of to-day 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. — 22 March 1881

m gfte gnilB gVstacirm. ASTORIA. OREGON: TUESDAY MARCH 22, 18S1 .C.inLLAM .Editor. The "World's Pair. t is known that there is a propo sition before the people of New York to hold a world's fair in that .city in 18S3. For some reason, "the commercial, financial and social metropolis does not respond to the proposition with a degree of cor diality which jyives assurance of success. New York does not sub scribe to the stock, nor show any disposition to make an' other sacrifices to earn' out the project. A very serious difference of opin ion lias arisen between General Grant and other friends of the fair, as to the site of the fair building. The General wants to use a por tion of Central park, but the press and the public object. A leading journal says, with some emphasis, that the public will never consent to have their beautiful and costly park destroyed, even for so desir able a consideration as a monster display of the arts and indus tries of all nations. Two objec tions are urged ...

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. — 22 March 1881

C31 Sto gnxtB st0au. ASTORIA, OREGON: TUESDAY -MARCH 22, 1SSJ ISSUED EVERY MORNING. (Monday Excepted). D. C. Ircl.iuil, IMftor anil Proprietor. Asionan BnUdhiq, Cans Street. Terms of Subscription : served by Carrier, por weok- .....25 Cents Sent by mail. fourajonths...............SS 0G Sent by inail, cne year-.. ................ 9 0 Free of Posiace to subscriber. e Advertiseiaonts inserted by the year at the rate of SI 50 ierstHaro per taentfc. Transiont advortbins, by the day r woek, fty cents per square for och insertion. The Weekly AMwrtan Is a mammoth sheet, exact lj' itonWs the size of the Daily. It is ju-tlheiw-per for the fireside, containing in addi tion to all the enrreut news clHiiee miv cellany, agricultural matter, market re ports, etc. It is iuniished to single sub scribers at 2 00 per year in advance. J3TA limited immocr of Muall adver tisements inserted at establishcdrates. THECITY. The Daily astouiax m'H he , fn mallatlo cents a month, free of pnftaje. lima ere tcio ...

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 March 1881

C) M axlu stoxSmi, Colombia River Exports. PECKMKKK. IS T QuccemMttat,pcr Kinoleadcr. From Portland 10.6W otfci wheat rAtfo - A4ria 1I.w " 21.W0 MISCELLANEOUS. s. a ::r- :.-. K0S1FERJ -SSSJSs ASTORIA. OREGON: TUESDAY MARCH '. 1SS1 TtfK .""1 13- 7 I Awn" ?" CMWer. Frwm Part bind 1M77 Ws iw.... - AsKwte " " S59.100 svl75 - 3W Y GOMMERGE ARD TRADE. ffy "i i rLitrirT irWj3 im Vt I CillHlleilll. ilrer. at oar. Owc'aan.;j on San r'ranenc ' ier"ieaiit CMa wtdtaare oa Now ork tajrtec tmrz cmWmu. 'i t 1 parttmt. jLal Tolr tar. 1!kcrpbtctraasteem 2r Vdt I jr rrnt. !reaiij.. "OUT OF A3TOB1A. &aJr ftt &JK4. SAIUU. O'-son . "53k uma. FtiMa. f Mm Senca lrt-bkM UMW aomMw. Katvh W Tra-'.e SWta. Mealiest'. tat-.' " . . 9m tmm. IMmt. fca M:ui li lladnr... to Olti'uUi. -nrth Hem ' Aiil-r.br i ! :tit Ml .. u.k ImUm 8 V. Wmdk U 1 -1-. Mercer. Vmrpmtil. " . 1 .in. JLaata. H t March 1? 1 M.r. ,l4.l(cs Hastt" rjKf.ff tUnct) 1 .,i u.'.i b- IUtt.Tttrkls . ;a Hi. K..:!'-. ttr iV. "! t-a. 1M!Jwj 1 ob 1...

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 March 1881

0) ft: y Astoria. Oregon, "Wednesday Morning, March 23, 1881. No. 69. Vol. xiv. Ik A?w& w JP Jv JJ'M' i t COLD IN THE HEAD. How to Cure a Common Distressing Complaint. Hall". Journal of Health. A cold in the head can usually be cured in a few tours, if, as soon as it is discovered, tlie person will snuff the fumes of. ammonia or spirits of camphor every few min utes as strong as tliey can be borne. When a severe old at tacks the throat and lungs, tlerc is r.o safety in neglecting it for an hour, for there is more or less in flammation of the lungs which in terferes -with Un-ir action, render ing them liable at any moment to take serious and, possibly uncon trollable disease. Go lome and remain there. 1 the evening take a warm foot bath, and at bed time take three or four liver pills. These will stimulate the liver to healthy action, and promptly re lieve the lung trouble; but it ren ders the system sensitive to renew ed attacks; and therefore, the greatest "care should be observ...

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 March 1881

rz) ZS glte gattB Vstairuu ASTORIA. OKEGON: "WEDNESDAY MA31CH 1SS .C.IKELAXU.... .Editor. The telegraph reports the fun eral of the czar of Russia as the most magnificent, most impressive and most pathetic pageant. Some 300,000 boxes of oranges liave reached New York this sea son from the groves in Florida, valued at (500,000. Ten years ago not a box was shipped to that market, in fact there were but lew trees in St. Johns county. The plantations now cover a tract of 400 miles long 13' twenty miles -wide. An extended s'stcm of industrial education is to be introduced into the public schools of Paris this year. Fifty or sixty work-shops -will be opened to begin with, and upon the success of these will de pend the success of the system and its adoption in every school in the city, which now is an intention of the authorities. The consumption of cotton in the south last year ic given by the census as 180,000 bales; of these, 33S,900 were used in the Atlantic states, nearly half of this...

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