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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 29 March 1881

C3 glxs uxTb stxr:tiutu. - ASTORIA, OREGON: TUESDAY XAltCH 29. 1S8I ISSUED EVERY MOBKIKG. (Monday Excepted). D. C. Ireland, Editor :mtl Proprietor. AaUtnan BwUdimg, Chk tr-t. Terms of Subscription ; served by Carrier. per x-eek............3 Casts Sont by wail, foar Moathf '....3 Sent by mail, one year.....-.-............. Free of Pumm t Snlecribers. ir3 Advertteewtt inerioi fay tfeeywr . tbo rate of SI 5V ier 8iunre , month. Transioat advertorial, by th 4y or wnek. fifty coats ier square for each hwertwn. The Weekly Astoria Is a mammoth sIhvL exactly double tJie size of the Daily. Jt i just tle jw- i per for the fireside. coiiUiitiit!; itt ddi-1 tiontoftil the current news choice iitU-j GClliliiv. Mgriciiiiiinu maiM-i, mium-i iv ports, etc." Jt i Immslied to MMjyle sub scribers at SJ 00 kt year in advance. 3aTA limited nuinoer of miimI! adver tisements inserted at eiabli.NlMl rates. THBOITY. The Daily astohia.v tcitt 'e lt mallatloCCHt. a mimtk.fwf i44HK Rent ers who &nttcinjkit...

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. — 29 March 1881

fl) gfts $nxl statiaix. ASTORIA. OREGON: TUESDAY .MARCH 9, 1SS1 COMMERCE AND TRADE. rixiancial. Qt mckmmy on San Fraaeiten X rreeai t Oris MtMiace a New Twfc buyta vwr: Wt.Htot fere-a. ftJl TmIw fur. !MkcnpfaetTM8isa Sew YA 1 nt Mt. pTOMMb. rOKTOF AflfOXlA. READY Wft -L AIL3. Me. flti um. "wUHmm, Uiwwil Sash' he. far Ml. e torn. iU-Ua Qaeeaatawra, (MwWt. . iTfl tot Batlea 8 F. Marc XI Oron m. S m. PoUbsaa. 8 f March 9 (fieri far WkSM taM Quwittmi March W gtMUa.taa.9 UK MeAUt 8 V. March K Haiure. Vrbk. : tons Lit iwwiiw Mall M Aaaawc. far bk.Tm tea. Keren-. Urerpaol. Feb amju va is roan ska. SMr California. m.?3 Mmm. 8ebaf. hlM1 Mwck 34 . 6ataa Fairy, br Wt. Taknharaa. March VAfciL Met. m 14MM. Leaia. 8 P Match 17 VtoK art. SMI umw. Frwse. Livervcwl. ia Heaa- tarta .Man 14 JjfcBMk. . IM uhm. Trowtoridce. X. Y. r'ni Ma. Mmk 1 Kate A nan. ateaaa ach. 3 tax. Laajaat. Gnara iirWr..Jaal4 SawWiek. If S Lhaai faoMOc rtr. Bwww. mh Jael i'ksskls ox run nur. Pro AHiet'iKKit 1'ort. Jferti Hon M...

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. — 30 March 1881

. 0) W At s inurf (Hrfflif Astoria, Oregon, Wednesday Morning, March 30, 1881. Vol. xiv. No. 75. Speed at 771iicli Wings re Ifciwo. From Fnuer's Ma"aztae. The speed at which some wings are driven is enormous. It is oc casionally so great as id cause the pinions to emit a drumming: souikS. To this source the buxr. of the fly, the drone of the bee, and the boom of the beetie are to be referred. WlMsn a grouse, jMutridge, or pheasant suddenly springs into the air, the sound produced by the whirring of its wrings greatly re bcmbles that produced by the con- tact of steel with the rapidly revolving stone of the knife-grinder. t has been estimated that the common fly moves its wings 330 times per second, i. ., 19,800 times rxr minute, and that the butterfly mo vet its wings wine times per second, or o40 times jer minute. These movements repre sent an incredibly high speed even at the roots of the wings; but the speed is enormously in creased at the tips of the wings, from the fact that tl...

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. — 30 March 1881

m glxc hiUB slox.ltm. ASTORIA. OREGON : "WEDNESDAY 3LVRCH 9Q, 1SS1 t. C. IKELAXI . .Editor. Washington Society. EKITOHIAl COHltKM'OXOKNrK. "Washington, March 13. A "Washington lady temporarily re siding in New York, with a view to making it her permanent home, claims through the Republican that blie finds no intellectual so ciety there; that the host people are given over to an insane pur pose to make all theUiow possible, and that dress, style, apjKsarance, and fashion form the staple of their conversation and tliought; that they are not given to intel Jectual pursuits in the least, but everything is strained to the ut most in an exhaustive struggle to show off. She misses the refined and cultivated society of the Capi tal, and laments, as one of the trials in store for her, that she will . Le deprived of those intellectual pleasures which she has long en joyed in Washington, even though she has occupied a qomparatively humble position. To the observer of the phases of society in 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. — 30 March 1881

01 glxs gnxlrj QstexYiin. ASTORIA, OREGON: "WEDNESDAY MARCH SO. 1SSI ISSUED EVEP.Y MOR13ING. .Monday Exoto4. D. C. Ireland, editor anil Proprietor. AsUtrwm. lhtildmq, Cass .irttt. Terms of Subscription : served by Cftrriar, tier tM)k.......& Utmtt Bent by mail, fear mvatht.... . .....?' Sent by in&:l, one year...-.-.... .....-. " Froo of Poetace to Sbri. C3Advemsouieii! inserted by the ymr wt tho rate of SI 59 ier sqre iwr aamli. Transiontatlvertiwas. by thedajr w wk. fifty conts por square for oaeh iwrUvn. Tlie AVecJily Astcman Js a mammoth sheet, exactly oabk the size of the Daily- It is just the ta per for the fireside, containing in addi tion to all the current news, choice mis cellany, agricultural waiter, markH re ports, etc. It is lurnlbhtsl to mhrIc suU scribers at ?2 00 iht vear in advttitcv. 23TA limited mur.oer of small adver tisements inserted at established ite. THEOITY. The Daily astouian vU Ik . mall atTu cent a MQHth.Jrcfjavc lusa crs who cimletnfilaleaihKiKe...

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. — 30 March 1881

fl) gte (ails gsfoorcUm. ASTORIA. OREGON: MARCH 30. 1S51 WEDNESDAY. Columbia River Exports. DECEMBER. 1S-T Livcrjf, icr CltMcrt. Prom Portland lt2T7 Id flour...- " Astoria SB " .... 5M.47S a00 COMERGEAHD TRADE. Financial. aVnar. mtntu-. Gam axehaaa on Saa Franeiaea K l3eajat Oste nmmiipi Nr Twit Imping lwt ,HaI pm-mM. TttetruMteni Jfer 1 ir eeeu: Totah From Aston .12.MC 019 Cssawaati aa;rn .,4t TUI value flnm .. ia To CMeoMMra. ner jitta Jf. Stmtmm From PutfauMl e1 S2,l MISCELLANEOUS POET OF ASVDIUaV. UKADf M MM. ' afM .rf.auifarata.aa. taw aeaa . Wiiaar.feaa Van gaaerate. hr awrrr r I. W4MkS Oal ML rt KK WUUaaM. UcaaaL Totals .JM IC-7W QmmuHateH, jr Jrita Jfeafc. From Portland S8JW7 Kb urlwtf $NW I To QweMafnaru, per frrtaw. Fnna rortland 21 JSM eU vfcest 835i a To LSrawMit. per barg. rmi Portland HjfcSWds floor .SM,? Kiiisr v of Ji n4 a rarr '"." st is : Astoria 6Ja Total ll .', r jcemHm, aerCaaadat. From WortUwl j l ' - .Wona au: - W3 Totals ! SJ3V avflftnvt, jtr DaluHmv. uH.ibrt...

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. — 31 March 1881

0) toftiMi. . Astoria, Oregon, Thursday Morning, March 31, 1881. No. 76. Vol. XIV. be GENERAL EASTERN NEWS. BY MAIL AND TKMWXAl'X. "War Opened Asalnit cu Mexican Ocs jicradecs. Santa Fjj, March 29. E'glity of the best citizens o Rio Arriba i county, have petitioned Governor "Wallace to take prompt action against desperadoes who disgrace the territory. Wallace las or dered Adjt. Gm. Grost to go im mediately with sixty stands of rifles and 10,000 rounds of ammu nition and organize two military companies to act as sheriff's posse. The robbers arc led by Ike Stock ton and have headquarters near the Colorado line at Durango. Another Snow Morm in the Weil. Cincinnati, March 29. A snow storm throughout Indiana has been general, accompanied in man' Tl-ifp; iiv a. stromr wind. At Kenton, Ohio, snow is twenty inches, and at Wilmington and Millersburg six inches. Dayton, 0., March 29. The heaviest snow storm of the winter set in this morning at about 4 o'clock and has continued all day with li...

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. — 31 March 1881

f) Eftc gnxlB stcneUm. ASTORIA. OREGON: THURSDAY ."MARCH 31, 1SS1 B.C.ICELAXn. .Editor. Secretary. IVindom and the Bnlls and Bears. KDITORIAl, COHKBSPODKKCK. Washington, March 13. If a mob of workingmen were to sur round the Capitol while an eight lour resolution was under consid eration, and should threaten some dire disturbances in the country unless their wishes were obeyed alarm and indignation would pos sess all minds. If the opponents of any measure were to swarm in the lobbies of congress, and rush into print with inflamatory threats of disaster and destruction to busi ness interests if that measure should pass; and if they should actually begin the work of destruc tion, with :i view to demonstrating the sincerity of their threats and their ability to execute them, would it not be pusillanimous in congress to change front under such a dis play of ruffianism? The last con gress was chosen by upward of seven millions of voters. It repre sented the people so far as there vsere f...

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. — 31 March 1881

f 4 glxs aft stxrxftru. ASTORIA, OREGON: THURSDAY MARCH. 31. 1SS1 ISSUED EVERY MORNING. (Monday Excepted). D. C. Ireland, Editor and Proprietor. Astonan Building, Cam Street. Torms of Subscription : screed by Carrier, per week.. Jf Cr Sect by mail, fouriBORtae..,..- ..... rf Sent by mail, one year....... y t Froo of Pnstace to Subscribers. CB Advertisements inserted by the year at the rate of SI 5tt per square per meetb. Transient advortininB, by the day or week, fifty cents per square for oach inortfcwi. The 'Weekly Aslonan Is a mammoth slieet, exactly double the size of the Daily. It is just the m per for the fireside, containing i addi tion to all the current news, choice mis cellany, agricultural matter, market re ports, etc. It is furnished to single sub scribers atS2 00 per year in advance. 23fA limited numocr of muhII adver tisements inserted at established raies. THEGITX. The Daily astouian trill lie sent by mailaflb cents a month, frcctif postage. Itoart crs who contcmplatc...

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. — 31 March 1881

CO 33te ailxj stoximx. ASTORIA. OREGON: THURSDAY.. -MARCH 31, 1881 COfiftplERGEM!D TRADE. I'innucinl. itrr , Ht par. Obm exchange on San Fmaeiwo K parleaat Ooia exefcamK mi Xear Vwk fcayinc nar: wWiat. tut 1 percent. ital Taadcw aavr. Tatazrapbte traaafen aa Nar Yarfc 1 par aaau prenuam. FOftT OF ASTORIA. tutAor fOk SKA. W hi. M taaa. ka1a. 8aa rdraJaea MMafOaUfnMa.aa.aai taaa. JMmt. tm K br.bk.6U tow. VVMom. UiiihiI. ' MarcaW Olaanara. far a. 4 aaas. (MawUa. aa. t taa Matte S F. March 0 SateWkkW 4a Qaeaatra. March W Tiaatna. ana -ft taa. MeAMea S F. March K lw'. tar ak, W la La (jaeraatawa Men 14 Araber. br bk. 7M twa. Mercer. LhreraaaL Feb X Jtfeet. ak. m tatav A4aaw. & K. Muck Oraeaa aa. txtk imk. INAbaaa. ii F March taaatirt Fafer. br bk. Yjkoaaa. March TMk. brbk.3 taaa. Priea. UwihmI, via Haaa- MaMarea 14 Oaaaaa. ah. im toaa. Traartrridaa. X. Y. via Wa. Match 1 Xajaaaa Aaaa.tean aea.3 toa. I.aU i. (Sraja nbalnirTr TSESt U a Light aiinaa atr. ISasraaa, rawi VKOSKl OX THK WA ...

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

0 MH fr I ISJyiPi Astoria, Oregon, Thursday Morning, April 1, 1881. No. 77. Vol. xiv. GENERAL EASTERN HEWS. IIV XAIL AND TJCLBOKAI'K. Family Killed liya Cj clone In -orsa. Gteokgiana, Ala., March 30. Jack Embra, his wife and two children, the entire family, were killod by a cyclone in Randolph county to-day. The Funeral or cn. I iIuh mI Auburn. Auburn, March 29. The funer al of the late Gen. Upton, wlioee remains arrived here from San Francisco Saturday niplit, took place this afternoon fremi Sand Beach church. All flag in the citv are tit half-mast out of respect SCIENTIFIC SCRAPS. It lias been proposed to hold a Stephenson Ontenary on June 0, 1S81. M. Sfcvedoff endeavors to main tain in the Journal of the Russian Physical and Chemical society that hail is of cosmic ongn and is a variety of meteorites. The British Royal Astronomical society at the late annual meeting awarded the gold medal to Prof. Axel Moller, director of lle ob sorvaiorv at Lund, Sweden, for his investigations on...

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

JZJ 'lie aUu gistxmtou ASTORIA. OREGON: "FRIDAY -APRIL 1, 1SS1 .C. IKCLAXI) Editor. Defense of Gen. Brady. KDITOKIAI COKRKSrOXDBNCK. "Washington, March 14. "While 'Gen. Brady is under the fire of enraged men, who have failed to use him or to displace him from his position as second assistant postmaster-general, it may not be umiss to call attention to some of his good work in the department. 3Ie found gangs of adventurers .securing contracts and sub-letting ihem, and then cheating the sub contractors out of the pay for their -work. They would go on and p:iy xip to the last quarter, because, if ihey did not, the sub-contractor -would cease performing the ser vice. But when the last quarter's work was finished the swindling gang made no payment. To rem edy this Gen. Brady's recommen dation caused the enactment of a prevision of law whereby the filing of the sub-contract in the depart ment became a lien upon the con tractor's compensation, and the 3atter could draw no pay until he prod...

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

f3 ASTORIA, OREGON. FRIDAY -APRIL 1. 188J ISSUED SVSRY MORKING. (Msoday Excepted!. D. C. Ireland, Editor smd rrojirlotor. Astortan BusMing, (Is .Sfrwef. Tonns of Subscription : borvod by Carnor, iter week ... .-JS Com J Sent by mail, four months.............. K Sent by mail, cao year -.......... 9 Froo of PoeUise to Sebtcribers. e" Advonif-oiiioatF nuwrtod by t your i the rate of Si 9) ier Hjattre ihm- bkmcIi. Transient advertiing, by tiie day r wvaic. fifty cents per suarofor each wsurtiaji. Tiie WVcit!' Anuria a. Is a mammoth shift, exactly double the size of the Daily. It is just tbe pa per for the fireside, containing in addi tion to all the current news, c'nolco mis cellany, agricultural matter, market re ports, etc' It is lurni&hed to single sub scribers at .2 00 per year in advance. JS'A limited iminocr of small adver tiseiucnts inserted at established rate.-. THEGLTY. The Daily astokian tcttt Ik ent on mailallR cont a month, frtcof taec Iltnn ers who contcmvlatcalmtencc ...

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

m Jp gnHtj Qsbzvxmu Columbia River IlxporU. 3IISCELLAXE0US G. h. rnvANT. S. A. NrVTIXE. ASTORIA. OREGON: FRIDAY -APRIL 1, 1SS1 COMMERCE AND TRADE. Fixm-tciM. Hear, at par. Omm ascfcaauta oa Saa Fraaose 4 HWjtaat anaaiata. Gate axeaaac oa New Vntfc-aariac tmr: aHiWK, '4tal iwoart. Laaai Ta4ni tr. Tatacmpair traaajaw aa Xaar Yrfc 1 aar t-OKT OF ASTORIA UKAUY rttft SUA. -tf.KH. TtaU. hr bk. a too. lVaia. Qaaaaataara Match at Wabfrai. bk. aa wtt, iewK. 8 PMbaXcaSt tatam af Mifwa. at. liW fata. Baaa-ey. fat K P Mack 4 Jfaaavale. In-, bk. U tea. WtflioM. UfHM, Match 2 Ot cara. br bk. 4 teas. Ilaatia Qfaatara. Mata: UetMabta a r.il ta Mk 8 F. March Sarica brbVW4 taa Ua&ataa. March K Traaiee. wb. 2" toe-i. MeAHav K. Match 17 Maaara. br bk, 1(3 ta L QiuMawtoll Atahar. br bk. 7! taa-. Mvcer. U'eiaaat. Fb 9 AURlVAUi FROM SKA. Jttral. bk. SMI imm, Aaaaaa. S. )". Matt Si Oraae . S umm. I'ahlataa. h F Match 2 SiiManh Fatir. br bk. Yokohama. Match Sf fjaaaaa. rU. iHm taa. Tirana. X V. via Kia....

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

fl) i &tvtuxn. . V Astoria, Oregon, Saturday Morning, April 2, 1881. No. 78. Vol. xiv. SS An International Polar Expedition. A Ded Two Hundred Years Old. wiUMNfumi i'.vtsr livening. An interntttioiwl polar cxpedt- -tion is to sail from England next June under Commander CJicyrtc, of the royal navy. He has offered Lieut. Sclnvutka a position in tlie expedition, and also expects the co-operation of Lieut. Hovgoord, of tlie Royal Danish navy, wlw will accompany it in the interest of Denmark. It is proposed, should the sum of i'30,000 be se cured, to send the vessel, to St. Patrick's bav, wlSere the Alert, of the Narcs' expedition, wintered and from there survey the prospect of polar sledging by means of bal loons, and if favorable circum stances are found to exist, it is intended to attempt the journey with the assistance of balloons. Otherwise the vessel will return down Smith sound and enter Wel lington channel, by way of Lan caster sound, passing up with the current that is belie...

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

w ASTORIA. OREGOX: SATURDAY APRIL 2, 1SS1 9. C. IUEL i.D Eilllor. New York Letters. 7; KMTORIAI, fOKURsl'ONDKNCK. !New York, March 10. This is ir third day in New Vork, and rhouffh the weather has been as pleasant as oonW be desired; the iirst time in the history o the city, at is said, when it did n't pour down rain drops on St. Patricks day; wc find it necessary to start -west without seeing many persons -whom we desired to ice, some upon important matter; A. F. Spawn, esq., for instance. To a stranger it is difficult getting about 2ew York, but once acquainted -with the various routes of travel and it is a very easy matter. We will illustrate: Last evening was set for a visit to the theater in company with two friends in Brooklyn. Madison Square, New York, was decided upon, the play, "Hazel Kirke." Took car at GS:Ji Myrtle avenue for Fulton ferry, crossed the ferry and took the Elevated Railway about a block above the ferry on New York side, for Chatham square, changed cars, -got...

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

C31 gto IJuilB tetau. ASTORIA, OREGON: , SATURDAY APRIL 2. 1SS ISSUED EVERY MOENING. (Monday Excepted. D. C. Ireland, Kilt tor mid Proprietor. Ashman Bmidhvj. Og tHrwl. Terms of Subscription ; served by Carrier, per Took- ....jtb Cww Sent by mail, four mtJj5..... .......i M Sent by mail, one year..... ............. 6 Froe of Postage to Subscribers. ss Advertisements ineorted by the your ut the rate of SI 50 tor smuirc per mk. Transiont advertising, by tbe dy er weak. fifty cents per square for oacb intertten. The Welti j Aslonan Js a mammoth sheet, exactly double the size of the Daily. Jt is jt the m per for the fireside, containing In addi tion to all the current news, cltoice mis cellany, agricultural matter, market re ports, etc. It is iurnished to sinitfe Mih scribers at s2 00 per year in advance. 2ST"A limited maimer of Muali wlver tisements inserted at established rates. THE01TY. The Daily astokian will tc etw mailat5cenl a month, frccof jiostay.. Honk ers icho contemplate abs...

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

(V) JP gsulxj Qsisvinvu ASTORIA. OREGON: SATURDAY APRIL 2. 1SS1 "commerce and trade. ' financial. ttrer, at i4tr. Out xehanire on San Fraacieee K iwrMMt jMWiiiam. CM oxenance Xew York btiiai: pw; tailing, 4 to 1 paroaau. Iifl Tondera imt. Fiigntthie irMwfcfw Xwr Yark 1 pr MNt. peiit. I'OKT OP ASTORIA. HXADY FOR SKA. AAIURtt. TMte, kr Uk. Wl tMW. !. QMMUnni AtaMh X Wafetaat. fckt M toaa. Laaria. San IVsdnlMa JaMM! JHsia. W . fluanajr. faa K JUawriV. br.bk.8l5 tM. ifllaau, liaunul. Maaaara. be bk. 6M toaa, liaati ijaea lnwa, Stan OcAwNtm. . Sa ta Mattes X T. Matt Xarioa br bk SM Unm QmhwIiwi, March ! TrMstec acb. 2W tan. McAlte 8 IT. Katcfc IT M 'arm, br I. MX taw Lea Qwecaataam Jtati 1 4 Aaeber. U.;-t taa. Mercer. Uvara1, Feb at MtilYAli MtON SKA. Xfcwt, bk. 3 tea. Aaanw, K. K. March Umm a. SOS tana. lNihlmaw. . 1' .March 9 gtoHMa rT. br bk, Ykwhama. March XI JMlta. a. Ill toaa. TiiNrbrica. X. . rm Xta. Xwek I Kata4 Anna. em aeb. St tawa. liMlaL. Graya naebor.JaaZ Skaibriek. U s l.ih...

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

') f7t J- (I I Ix Astoria, Oregon, Sunday Morning, April 3, 1881- SFo. 7.9 Vol. XIY. Itamblui? Xolcs. Frow Ute Editor ml l-arge. You caw get a permit to go to the top of Washington monument, you may climb to the top of Capi tal dome without any permit you may ascend the monument freely at Baltimore, -but if you want a glass of pure drinking water it costs you five cents. Here Jn Brooklyn you may cross the bridge on a foot path, but this bridge is not any nearer completion thaat that other bridge which Will yet Cross iie. Willamette.." Apropes: hhc lived in one city. He in anether: Only Hie rlvwkont each from it (tfltcr. she promised to be his wJksm the bridge. was done. . lie didn't like that idea, x pTOiw3ed 1 hit one. "Let us marrv now. wy low. and hpty be: . When the Drookl vh bridge is built, we'll disagree, ' And jou then return Home, hut until that time . , I'll be wholly ventre, and yowll b wholly wine. ' Mie agreed to accepting bint and his plan ; Erom thai day to this lie.s...

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

C) gfte iOnilB stQvittn. ASTORIA. OREGON: SUNDAY APJUL 3, 1SS1 .C. IUELAXIS ftlilor. Xcw York Letters. RIITOItIAl.(-OKKKrOMRN-K. New ; York, March 19. Refer- , - ' .u. ,:, ; bv the introduction of improved o the Icrry fabric xvorks atan( cconomical ,acliinerv. ring to Greenwich, and to Gen. Serrell, the following report refers to his son most notably in connection with the silk industry of the na tion and its great features. This very able report by Consul Peix otto, of Lyons, will be read with interest not only by silk manufac turers, but by every man wlio has the building up of our national in dustries at heart: The United States is no less interested in this serious question. Ve are now annually producing upwards of 30,000,000 worth of silk fabiics, and yet not one single silk filature wortlry of the name exists in all our broad dominions. Besides we are wholly dependent .upon Europe and Asia for our raw material. Two questions present! themselves at this juncture: the first is, ...

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