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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 23 March 1881

0 ASTORIA, OREGON: "WEDNESDAY .MARCH 28. 1SSI ISSUED EVERY MOHNING. (Monday EsceKodi. D. C. Ireland, Editor ami Proprietor. Astvrwn Iitiidlj Cat Street. Tonus of Subscription ; served by Carrier, per weak .......3S Conte Bent by mail, four months 5 W Sent by mail, one yar.........-.........- 9 f0 Froo f Pwaise to Sfei-oribers. 2f Advertisements inserted Uy the yoar at tbe rate of SI 5M ier square ir i&Mith. Iransiont advortimns, by the dy r wek. fifty cents por square for each inrtin. TIjc AVeoKIy Astnrcan Js a mammoth shvet, exactly lolle the size of the Dailv. It i jnt tle na per for the fireside, containing ii addi tion to all the current new, choice ini cellany, agricultural matter, market re ports, "etc. It is furnished t single "i scribers at 2 00 per year in advance. "A limited iiiimiKir of Mitall adver tisements mrtixl at e-talrfished rat THEJOITY. THE DAIX.V ASTOlilAX KlU he rmt lH mailanzccNt amtnth.Jrcctif iiavr-- Jitt ers who cifHtemfAatcahcticcfntm the city can hate...

Publication Title: Daily Astorian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 23 March 1881

f 33 gnitij gislxaimx. Columbia River Exporti. dkckmhki:. 13 Tit QutccHlmcH,pcr Ringleader. MISCELLANEOUS. G. h. rnvANT. S. a. r:rT.Ti.E. ASTORIA. OREGON: "WEDNESDAY MARCH 23, 18S1 From IVriUiMt 18.GV5 ells ukeat...SS9,iro AsMiriH n,w :... si.ttjo Totals S3.712 Sf409 13- T IAecrirL ter CWWen. From rNtlaiMl 12JEST bbte Hanr. SMvlTH AMWW J3 ..... IM -ary-TwnF?i v GOMMERCEAHD TRADE. i'iimiiciul. ' Heec.'at par. Ota exchange oa Saa FraaciaeaM aarrcaat Osia exebaaca aa Xme Twfc tarhar nar: , H to 1 iwotat. flMleiridiic a Jtar Yrk 1 v em.afaUBai. JfORT OF ASTORIA. ftAtL.ro. Untum m. 2SS tea. Pekbaea. 8 F Match 3 teriea brhfcKI (mm QMMtn. Man 1 Wraatecacb. 2 tea. XeAOea S 1 March 17 laa luaOSalUareia. m. tW toaa. Debaey. ta k r 3ftacu 14 aaara. br bk. WJ" tee Lee Qeeraeurwa ZMck 14 CM Via C72I tow BeUea S V. Man II Zmth Bawl bfct twwNmfww. FManea 1 AMiMT.far Mu:M (mm. Mercer. kiverol. KefcS ftft IM & JM . V.'aMeeC bfct. a taaa. Lew . 15 F March 17 tala. far bk.SU UM. Priee. Ijaeraeat, ...

Publication Title: Daily Astorian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 24 March 1881

0) faffes O ill IP 81$' fy Vol. xiv. Astoria, Oregon, Thursday Morning, March 24, 18 8 L 2Jo. 70. Anti-Oleomargarine jn Congress. Prairie Farmer, 111.) There is x determination on the part of dairymen, mid others wlio are unwilling that this interest bliall suffer by reason of adulter ated articles to secure the iss of laws that will effectually protect straight goods from unfair and un just cojiietiUon with spurious articles that are sold as genuine butter and clieese. The states in which this industry is prominent have passed laws intended to pre vent tlie fraudulent traffic in uch goods, or are trying u perfect snch laws where they have leeu found inefficient. It is difficult, however, to frame a statute tliat will meet all cases, as has been found by ex perience in this instance. In this state amendments to the law now in force are pending which it is believed will meet most cases of this kind. Under the present law several violations of it in this city have been punished. But 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. — 24 March 1881

ly TB" glie gnilB sto:c;itu ASTORIA. OREGON: THURSDAY MARCH Si, 1SS1 .c.iki:lv.m .XMMnr. Destruction of our Forests. A wiitcr in a recent nunilier of the Baptist Review calls attention lo the rapid destruction of Ameri can forests, and to the necessity of some legislation to arrest it be fore it is too late. It is undoubt edly true tliat within the last half century our timber lands have been growing less and less; and it is the opinion of all who have given any attention to the subject that, at the present rate of des truction, the lesources of our for f csts will be destroyed before many years. It is a fact to-day that onlv four of the twenty-six states east of the liocky mountains can furnish supplies beyond what is needed for themselves. The figures quoted by Mr. Thompson, the writer of the article referred to, are full of significance 3 and apparently trustworty. " c can only sum them up in a general -way. The four great timber states are Maine, Michigan, "Wisconsin and Minneso...

Publication Title: Daily Astorian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 24 March 1881

3 ASTORIA, OREGON: THURSDAY... .MAECI1 54. 1SSJ ISSUBD EVRRY MORNING. t'Mvadar Excepted!. D. C. Ireland. Editor xnd Proprietor. AMitnoH UnUtliwi, OW Street. Tenns of Stthsoripti&n ; served by Carrier. pr Week 2 Cwttt Sent by nail, four uwailu 5 Sent by mail, en year-....... ......... A Free of Peui i Svirieritmre. 3 Advortisoutenu inserted Wy dm yr at the rate ef Si 5to per fqware er bumkIi. Transient wlvettisinK, by ti iay or week. Srty conts per square for each iawttou. The Weekly A-lwriHii Is a mammoth sheet, exactly douMe tlie size of the Dailv. It is jui the m per for the finsute, ootiiaiiiiug in Mi tion to ail the current news chofc-e wi cellauy, agricultural matter, market re ports, etc. It i lumiolMil to -infilr hu!-scribfr-5 at :! 00 m year in advance. S8HA limited iituitoer of miIS adver tisements hwrted at establi.-hcl rale. THE01TY. This Daily atoki.n vnll he n-ni ma Hat 75 cent a month, frec if xwtatfc tot er mj7jo emteinplatcaltcKC frm the c(iy have Tub astokian ft...

Publication Title: Daily Astorian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 24 March 1881

H) MISCELLANEOUS. G. k. mvAirr. ASTORIA. OREGON: THURSDAY. MARCH 24 1SS1 GOMMERGE AHD TRADE. Vlmxtiviul. ilrcrat i-.ir. Om exchange en San Frueuet i mr'tmL aa-amtatu. Oafe eactianse oa Near York bayta par: mBIbk litol percent. Oitcal Tenders par. Xakcrarhte transfers oa Netr Yrk t par (MDt. premiatk. t'ORT OP ASTOKIA. USADT FOR SKA. 0- c-, a. t. Pafabaaa. 8 Man 9 brr im la-MtMl tM Qwmtwt. Marc Ml Trn-t . at. S twn. McAlte 8 F. Man K Mi'.-atCaifoBuu.MuMM.0ataMir. hi I"" .Mi- li II I'.adi a.1rfak.laLieeaonHSMR!Xekl NV.rtii i!wlbltCWMrmM. K rMarehli . '.. -. br bk. 'mum; Mewer. Uverpaut. Ffc ABSTVALSFiMM 8BA. i'olan.is. m. 2I! toes Baiiea 8 F. Match M'cMnou - a- Ii. V Match I. V hrhk-aaa.rrioe. Uveryecl. vtaftaa) ul2 Mart It nc.rm.brhk. ltaa. Haatia CantiV Mate 1 ij. . IHWM . Trwararidt. X. Y. ria Kfca. M.i.al i ..Jt. h' bk. & toe. WtUaaaM. Lhratt'nrt. I -at, x ia n4 A ma. meant ch. g a. J, ntjraw. Qraf lJor.Ja2 jahric' .. U S Liht-ioae etc Krtraaa. erawe Oea vksskls ua r: u r. o F...

Publication Title: Daily Astorian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 25 March 1881

0 w I Astoria, Oregon, Friday Morning, March 25, 1881. Vol. xiy. No. 71. DOUSE Y DELIGHTED. m5iir.ws on tih: m:w himktky. The CalilHrt iccrrnllj CoHidrfrred Uy llii' Kv-Scnator He Speaks r the 31cxibcrs IitdivIdHKllj MHt Collective!!, mulThlHk, the President Chose Wisely. National Republican. March lttb. Few men occup- more jiromi nent position in the fore front of the battle which reeulthed in the election of James A. Garfield to the presidency than ex-leator Steph en V. Dotse', or Arkansas. Mr Dorse y, as secretary of the Nation al republican committee, rendered services to the cause such as was rendered by few of the leaders of the party, and the party generally knows it. As the representative of the national committee in charge of the campaign in Indiana he. did more toward the triumph in October that led to the overwhelm ing victory of November than anj' other one man. In saying this we simply echo the opinion of the republicans of the country and particularly those of tle Iioo...

Publication Title: Daily Astorian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 25 March 1881

m give JDhUb gystarteu. ASTORIA. OREGON: 3BIDAY. MAKCH 25, 1SS1 J.C.IRCLA.VD... ...KiHtor. Colnmlria Riter Bar. Editorial Correspondence . "Wamiington, March C Read ers of Tin: Astokian must excuse us for not making detailed state ments respecting the flood in the Potomac last month, and the in- Auo-unLtion. two of the greatest the result of The Astoklvn has persistently in the past advocated the perma nent improvement of the mouth of the Columbia river, and many times we have confidently im agined that the efforts made were ahout to be crowned with success. "Hope deferred maketh the heart sick,' says the old proverb, and we confess it was with a feeling of sickening disgust that a few days since we read the particulars and the debate in the events in the history of our tiriies. senate on Senator Slaters motion "We hesitated about enlarging upon the first of these incidents because we felt that almost everybody in Oregon had felt the effects of a dlood at home sufficient to forego i...

Publication Title: Daily Astorian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 25 March 1881

tj t u i nmnumwi hej ' w .' h. 'i 'W 3 glis gKtts steiau. ASTORIA, OREGON: FRIDAY ' MARCH 25. 1SSJ ISSUED EVERY MORNING. (MeMAy Ex6iedt. D. C. Irclaml, IMItor ud Iroin It-tor. Adwwto L'"Witf, Cams trt-ei. Terms of Subscription : served by Carrier, per ...... Um Bont by mail, foor laoatkf.....- " Sent by asai'., oae year............. ..- !4 Froe f Pwtace t SabHuib-. S Advcrtworaoaw inserted by tee yr m the rate ef Si J ier snow per wentfe. Transient ailvertiwnK. by tbo day or wek. fifty coats per MHare for each iMerti.'w. The WcrUIy Atonnu Js a mammoth shift, exactly double the size of the Daily. It is just Ihe iw porforthe fireside, containing -tiontoall the curti'iit news, chokv mis cellany, agricultural matter, market re ports, etc. It is lurifteiicd to single sub scribers at b'2 00 per year in advance. ISTA limited numoer of small adver tisements inserted at established rates. THECXTY. The Daily astouiaw will Ik cnl b mail alio conts a month, free of po-dagc tow er who coHtcinpla...

Publication Title: Daily Astorian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 25 March 1881

cm Thz gnilij &&oximu ASTORIA. OREGON: FRIDAY.. .MARCH 2S, 16S1 GOMMERCyND TRADE. I'iHniifial. itrar, at iar. Omb xchn-e on Saa Francisco t nerjeaat Caia cxraamca on Sew lrk Irayiac par: MWacStol pereeot. Legal Teaaen-fiar. SBakcmduetfSBMa Tot 1 r oat.pr(MKMa PORT OF ASTORIA SKADl tO SEA. Ov.oa -.. SO tM. rtoktaue. V March 21 ,.. k-W W t Qa-seamtawa. Match Tru-tet sea. JWtaaa.MaaJlnt !.? B J4, ac ai, a fa t.- !! aataan; Men W Kaita Maaaakt 5 t Pwuaaw. Mm jUrtu ar ak. 7m to t: Mr. Uwtyai PA SI A&JU t'AL MOM SMA. MfMirfCalifeMita. M.11M tea. Aaaaay. i r ttflnirtrr . en taaa Aaile 8 F. Mates TTiTifnr "" T '- ftFMaicalt Viata, rak. tan, ftfaa, lavetaaat. niaMaaa. MaNama M HaainiaTirMT f " CaaiMT Mama I Taaiifi aa. MM taaa. Vrawarfalaa. X. V. Bia, Haaiala. ar. bfc. 1 ton. WtBiaata. Muiaaal. KattaadAiiaa.ateaaiaea.afaa.iialiaai.Onqw MaMNM-.JaaS alwaarielc. U 8 Ssfat-aaaw atr. Kvaraaa. enuaa J&aeit vKssKm a rtf ai. FrH AaaurK'Mit Iirt. I Maaiaetaim. bku m ua Maamaw 3 area I...

Publication Title: Daily Astorian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 26 March 1881

0) mm. ? i zt i Astoria, Oregon, Saturday Morning, Jlarck 26, 1881. JFo. 72. Vol. XIY. ACQUlTTEl KwHh, it k Jhl HcYwrnie. AtM j So Fiuxcisco, March M. At a quarter liefore four the jurv in the Kalloch trial signified that tbey bad agreed upon a verdict. Judge TftMinle was at otice nounea an by fire last tiurfet- 1 1 is feared that the defendant was at once brought hnaj more lost their lives. The into the court room with his at torney, Highton. The news spread and although but a few people -were admitted to the court room, a great number crowded the hall ways and the street below. The clerk read the following verdict returned by the jury: "'-NYc, the iurv in the case of the !eoptc of the state of California vs. L Al. THE IWSASTKR AT A'lCE. llarrfMe i-Xirly Oik? IIred Vcrmms Kitrncrf. Km e, March 24, 3 a. m. Up to this hour fifty-nine bodies have been recovered frm the rains of the Italian opera house destroyed fire commenced soon after the curtain had risen for the perform ance of Lu...

Publication Title: Daily Astorian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 26 March 1881

m "C glic gmTu ?stouuxu ASTORIA. OREGON: -SATURDAY ...3LAXCH 26, 1SS1 .C.IKELAXI Kriitor. The Repuljlicnn rarliamcnt. KMTOKIAL COXKKl,OXDIMK. "Washington. March G. About ibrty members of the National Re publican Committee were present at the meeting held at the Arling ton yesterday, including the sub scriber, the member from Oregon. -yc regard it as a very high and noble position to be classed as a member of the Parliament of such a grand party as the republican narfcv of the United States of America. Two delegates, Bowen and Purvis, appeared from the District of Columbia and after some discussion Purvis admitted. The committee then proceeded to the consideration of the question of representation in the next Na tional convention, and the sub committee, having the matter in charge, submitted two reports, the majority report being as follews: The Republican National conven tion of lSSi shall consist of four delegates at large, from each state, and two delegates from each con gressiona...

Publication Title: Daily Astorian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 26 March 1881

( glx gnaTB ffUrrimu ASTORIA, OREGON: SATUHDAY MARCH. 26. 18SJ ISSUED BVEP.Y MORNING. Monday Except!). D. C. Xrclfuiil, Editor and Proprietor. AsUirum. BnUditH, (Jos Street. Terms of Subscription : served by Carrier, iter -efc..............J& Com Sent by mail, four month..... .....$ W Sent by mail, oe year..... ... ...... XI Frco of PoHce tfiMJbecrib&r. S" Advortteen-s meertei by the 3 r at the rate of SI 3 ier square per woNtfe. TnineioDtadr or tiring-, by the &T ar wmIc, fifty conte por square for eaeh iaeertion. The Weekly Aoforian Is a mammo'li slHit, exactly ttouiik the size of the Daily, it i- jut tin; -perforthc fireside. eoiitaininK in addi tion to all the current new, cltoice mis cellany, agricultural matter, market re ports, etc. It is turniblied to single sub scribers at 52 00 per year in advance. 23TA limited niiinoer of miihII adver tisements inserted at established rate.-.. THECITY. Tun Daily astokia.v will lc ecm lv mailatTScentx amnUJi.frccof tHtie. Jfw e...

Publication Title: Daily Astorian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 26 March 1881

(V p niX Qsbaxxmx, Coluznoin. River Exports DKXKMHKIC 13 T Qiweeurf'H,7er Itinglaiikr. Front Portland W.fi ctls wheat : ASTORIA. OREGON: AMHla HAM " SATURDAY .MARCH 2G, 1SS1 Totals SJ.712 13- T IArtrphaL, per CkMtr ClMEtlGE AHD TRADE. From Portland 1S77 bate Astoria S3 .MISCELLANEOUS. i k. zr.v.orr. 'fTWly' sn " A' -" p" cr tpap i2iiHtfn!. liver, at ir. On exshaase oa Saa Fraaeuco l per"ent twittii. Coia oxcaanc New York aafia taw; .Iliac 't 1 aareaat. l.ogal feaaaw tar. I elegratfric tra fare Saw rk 1 par -cnt. iroauaaa. tOltT OF XSTOKlV UKAUV fOS SEA. Gc.usatna. a. CM MM KaOes. S F. Much 3. Or. .. iCi ma. Pahhnaa. K r March 39 iv , a br lk S4 tm JaaBta. faatca W 1 ruxtee. tcfc.tgt tana. JfeAltepS F.Mwwllil lii:or. br bk. Ht tons Lea auamaii. Mca t North Bead bat S taa sPaiijaian. S F Starch I Archer, br bk. 7J tot. Mere-. Uveraaal. Feb 2 M: at Oauoa. . mm. Batatas-, teb ' Man It iscoltmk t"irr. br ha. Vakaaaata March SI Weafaot. in. 31 mm. Laaric SF March t; VioU. brbk.a t . Faiae...

Publication Title: Daily Astorian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 27 March 1881

01 (s 1 itI A. Astoria, Oregon, Sunday Morning, March 27, 1881. Vol. xiT. No. 73. Washington Xtcs. Washington, March !Uu Kirkwood comes near being an Ohio man. He lived in the state twenty years. Colonel MeOlure calls Wayne McVcagh the beacoa-ligfet erf the administration. It was George Eliot poori- inan! who wrote, "Notfi isao aood as it seems forehand'' General Grawt has amwged to remove to his Ious Branch cottage June 1st and remain tnere during the summer. Ex-President Ilaycfe and the members of his late cabinet have been invited to participate in the Sclmrz dinner at Boston. Mr. Charles A. Dan feays the new administration is already a failure, and then puts his words into Senator Cameron's mouth. Secretary Robert T. Lincoln -was born iu' Springfield, Illinois, August 1, 18-13. He is married and lias throe children, the oldest a daughter, iemg twelve years ot age. Tildenis .igniti in bad luok. lie no sooner lays aside the cares of office than he is sued heavily for alleged crook...

Publication Title: Daily Astorian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 27 March 1881

w V glic gnilB gvsla?;iaTU ASTORIA. OREGON: SUNDAY MAHOH 27, 1SS1 9. C. IUEL.1XI Bilitor. Extra Session Talk. KIHTOKI VU "OKXKroXlRNCK. Washington, March Sth. The subject of an extra session of con gress is much discussed. The failure of the funding and the apportion ment bills, and the desire for in vestigations b- congressional com mittees of the methods whereby several Bourbon congressmen were returned elected in the face of overwhelming majorities against them, are among the reasons urged lor convening the two Ikmisss of congress in extra session. I f the inquiries in the southern contested election cases could begin in May we might hope to have decisions before adjournment, and Lowe, of Alabama; Lynch and Buchanan, of Mississippi; Lee, of South Carolina; Stovall, of Virginia, and other liberals would have their seats, in place of men defeated. The slender majority ol the ad ministration in that body is at tributable to wrongs which should "be speedily undone. The vacan cies cre...

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. — 27 March 1881

O gto Mmty statfttm, ASTORIA, OREGONt SUIs DAY MARCH 27. ISS1 ISSUED EVERY MORNING. Monday Sseeodl. D. C. Ireland, Editor and I'roprlclnr. Astonan Building, Cam -Sfcroei. Terms of Subscription : served by Carrier. icr week .........25 Cea& Sent by mall, four months ...........SX 0 Sent by mail, one yoar.. . Free- of Piwuuro to Subscriber. C3 Advertisem ems ineertod by thejoar at the rate of SloU porsquKrc per swath. Transient adrortisinj:. by tbo day or week, fifty cents per square for cch inieftioH. The "HocUSy Asliiriati Is a mammoth slrt'et, exactly tkHihlc the size of the Daily. Jti- just t lit iw per for the fireside, containing in audi tion to all the ouru'iit news, choice mi cellanv, agricultural matter, market re ports, etc. It is furnished to single mi1 scrihers at S2 00 pei year in advance. 3TA limited immoer of iiiall mlwr tiseinents inserted at established rates. THEOITY. The Daily astoiuax iciU he cm by nail at 75 cents a month, frccof pottaa. AVo crs who contemplat...

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 March 1881

co Jlw ifij Qstontimu Colnmliia River Exports. 3IISCELLANE0US v.'X2rr. s. a. uonrE. .-aSafSlTVv sjl j-T"r?j '"A i -.rf "arna mi jc! msi ;" - ASTORIA. OREGON: SUNDAY. M ARCII 27. 1SS1 GOMMERGEAHD TRADE. Fiiu:ue.iiil. ihrar, at par. Om axchanse on Sua fc raneiaea perlcewt Cairn xefiaage n New York taring paw; IUac.'toI percent. Laca! ewders-aar. Xetarpiue tnutfian m New Yaa J pt rOKT OF AtfTCUA. READY FOR SKA. C b'.uic a. . Mt ttaOea S P. Man Oregon k. ZS- taa. Pafcteaaa. S V MaMk 3 Smu urMK taaw Qaecaa twm. Marati i I'l- v. -fc. fl mm. HeAlfe S F. March K i; i..-a. brkk. tio too Ls QwwtutMwc Mek H Men. r. br la. ?! tea. Metcer. Lnfwrf. 3 AMMrAi rm SKA. - W ipi St&t-mUalaf van mm. AatMM. a F Mau 31 SjttiaS'aujr. brMu Yifcoiuuna. Match WtMMt. fefei. M tawk LMifc S F MMCh IT fiB.krUcintM.rnw. Iaw et. a Kane TTaaamia orb. 6t too. Haatia Caaaiff March 1 Cnnae. . tWUM. Trowbriate. X. V. U Rh March I Kgaala. tN-.bk.M4 ton. WffiiMM. tertraeel. !tec94Amu atea2aa.2i4.Latjas.Graa Marawr.Jaa...

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. — 29 March 1881

e,-.- , ,-, w-.r. fsz- - f'l f Astoria, Oregoc, Tuesday Morning, March 29, 1881. Ifo. 7.4 Vol. xiv. W t Wamiixgtox. March 1. Cosig.ess ppropritcl $3,379, S?l 45 for the district for the fiscal year ending .Tmie 30, 1S82, of which oue half, or d,GS9t933.74, is to be paid out of the local rev enues. Hon. J. 13. Montgomery is very ill at "Wilbu-ds; Gov. Woods lias returned to tHe Pacific coast, also United States Marshal Waters: Senator x:id Mrs. Corbctt arc here still. Col. Hodges is an active friend of Astoria. oticitte the numerous eircum locutions bv which the mother of President Garfield is alluded to, -vve wish to suggest that the proier and dignified term is Madame Garfield, and trust that in futme this may be used to the exclusion of such phases as "the venerable mother of the president," "old Mrs. Garfield," etc. Wc attended Golden llulc lodge of Odd Fellows last Tuesday even ins: where we met Hon. P. L. Hairison, of Alabama, w1k was counted out last ' summer after bein- elect...

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. — 29 March 1881

C1) tfxc SnilB gstovlau. ASTORIA. OREGON: TUESDAY MARCII 28, 1SS1 .C.1BELA., Editor. JJonrbon in the White House. DITOKI 1. ( OKltl-I(NlKM K. W - II IN (.TON, Maw St. The reception of the temperance ladies at the Kxecutire Mansion yesterday, to present to President Garfield, in charge for the Nation, the portrait of lire. Hayes, was a unique and touching ceremony. The large picture rested against the fueled wall near the front o&l the east parlor, on the east side of Ihe room, and in a diagonal line facing it were the lady delegates of the National Christian Teinper--ancc Union and the Mrs. Hayes Memorial Committee, with Miss Frances E. AVillard, the president. ns their snokesman. President Garfield stepped forward and Miss "Willard addressed him in a fervent and beautiful appeal, to which no gallant man could listen unmoved. With great tact she avoided di rectly asking him to forbid the use U5f wine at the "White house; she only intimated the thought and prayer that was in thei...

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