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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-weekly astorian. — 20 September 1873

to -,.,i v. .. mus'jmy w '-'- n.r-f."- t;: .1,.. y ..":wrr Sg V-1. St'.V,1 V ..... LfcJME JT1 v , -. 3 Astoeia, Oregox, Saturday Morning, Sept. 20, 1873. No. 36. Vol. 1. TTrTTtTjlTTT 1 1 Ai IJ i M S - w V f JjJlJILJJ JL i X4 F7& yv "Y;ar to- - k "Tk FIlTj T JljIJLJL iKi.z2mrH,v.in.iJVJ r'.'s Ttt. rrr,,m'J-' i-"--wvr,..i'.,s zaMLi3U.Ti'm,i7,','r"Jrl .vx. gaaeray..ML1 A'jHfV.htfnM.. THE ASTOBIAH. prr.usiiKD i:vi:ry TUESDAY, THURSDAY AXD SATURDAY, Monitor Building, Astoria, Oregon. Z. C.IKET.A3TJ Proprietor Subscription Rales: Qno Copy one year. (hie Copy six month Olio C:v three month :; ftr" Single dumber, Ten Cents. Advorlisaais? Rales: One Insertion ior square, 10 line or lcs.: Bach additional Insertion, persiuaro.. Ycarlv adv'U per month, per square .... So 00 . :i 00 . 150 Beaver Lodge Xo. 35, I.O.O.F., now meet at VA p. m-j half an hour later than formerly. Temple Lodge !Xo. 7, A. F. and A. j 31., meet to-night. jNLembers m good landing are invited to attend. Dr. "Welch, den...

Publication Title: Tri-Weekly Astorian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-weekly astorian. — 20 September 1873

C1L3 Tri-Weekly Astorian ASTORIA, OREGON: I. C. IRELAND Editor. SATURDAY Sept. 20, 1S73 POIilTICAIi BliACKGUAIlDISr. During the late canvass in Cali fornia the San Francisco Herald, un der the above heading, had this to say, which is as true in Oregon, and seems appropriate at this time: " Europeans, ignorant of American political contests, must have long since come to the conviction that the destinies of this country are directed by a set of as unmitigated scoundrels as the world can produce. The com mencement of a political campaign is the signal for uncorking the vials of personal slander, and stronger, and filthier, and more vile as the conflict progresses toward conclusion. There is something in the life of almost every man which can be assailed with more or less of condemnation, and it is quite probable that no one feels more chagrined about it than the man himself, who would gladly recall his error, if possible. But men should be judged by the tenor of their daily life and co...

Publication Title: Tri-Weekly Astorian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-weekly astorian. — 20 September 1873

w Tri-Weekly Astosian SATURDAY ....Sett. 20, 1S73 Tilc TaMe for Astoria. (From tables of United States Coast Survey.) High Water.! Low Water. Sept- A. M. 1'. M. a. m. p. M. 17 18 19 20 il 2i. 53.."."."."." 2t5 ...10 40 n 4W 4 IS . .11 :-52 10 42i 5 l'i , ...12 15 11 13S j a-) . ...12 Yi ? (j 44 ... 0 12 1 0S1 .7 12 , ... 0 51 1 OM 7 34 ... 1 25 Iv50? 7 5tt ... 2 02 2 lip S 14 ... 2 41 2 JMf S 35 ... 3 2 3 00 9 02 ... 1 12 3 32! 9 35 ... 5 12 I 2-t 10 20 ... 21 5 3'i.' 0 0J. ... 7 31 0 54' 1 12 . 3 52 . 1 52 . 5 15 . (i .Tj . 7 10 . 7 57 . S 33 . i 05 . !) 30 .10 IS .11 OS .'ll 23a . 0 39 2S. 30. PORT OF AST&K2A. Following i a list of vessel? on the way to this port, and a record of tho arrivals and de partures up to date: Ship Edith, 1173 tons, from San Francisco, Disco, 733 tons, from South America. Steamship California, due from Sitka. Fife-shire, 700 tons, from South America, Prof. Airy, 449 tons, from South America. Santa Rosa, 5S tons, from South America. Island Belle, 313 ...

Publication Title: Tri-Weekly Astorian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-weekly astorian. — 20 September 1873

WJ rgACJJB "-" - U-J- RXSSSCSS SUJg aS55?2ES!?r v":-' Tii-Weekly Astorian SATURDAY Sept. 20, 1S73 Xelloiv Fever in Slirevejiort. St. Louis, September I 7. Yellow fever in Shreveport, Louisi ana, is terrible and continued una bated on the loth, and the "weather was unfavorable. Sixty per cent of those attacked die. There is great suffering in all classes of society for want of proper nursing. Citizens are doing all in their power to check the disease. Interments on that day numbered twenty-two. The How ard Association is greatly in need of assistance. A dispatch from Mem phis, Tennessee says: The wildest rumors prevailed with regard to the yellow fever. Trains leaving on va rious roads were crowded with per sons fleeing from the scourge. Lord C. Baker, Superintendent of the Wes tern Union Telegraph Company sends the following. "To the Agent of the Associated Press: The latest advices from Shre veport represent the yellow fever as unabated, and the distress in the city indiscribable. ...

Publication Title: Tri-Weekly Astorian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-weekly Astorian. — 23 September 1873

11 .. , --.. W..!. -W " " J IH'M.,1. ; y 1.1 .....1J.M,. J Jlj" -'" "' fVHM"S,yJ'ig-'l"'r" !JIH f ". y.'.,'""u,i 'f - - """Tr,lV.tlJTI TRI-WE .-7-hT it tt Vol. 1. Astoria, Oregon, Tuesday Morning, Sept. 23, 1873. No. 37". EKLT ASTORIAN THE ASTOEIAtf. rUULISHKD EVERY TUESDAY, THURSDAY AND SATURDAY, Monitor Building, Astoria, Oregon. I. C IREI..VXI) Iroxriclor Subscription Kates: Ono Copy one year. & M Ono Copy six months 00 Ono Copy three month? 10 C3T Single Number, Ten Cents. "TUi Advertising Kates: Ono Insertion per square, 10 lines or lcss...52 50 Each additional Insertion, per square 2 00 Yearly adv't- per month, per square 1 50 Ajresxts : L. P. Fisiinn, 20 and :1 New Merchants Ex change, is authorized to act as Agent for the Astokiav in San Francisco. Any friend who feels an interest in the pros perity of this region, is authorized to act as Agent for this paper, in procuring subscribers. CITY INTELLIGENCE. Collector Have and Mr. J, Q. A. Bowlby left on a tour of inspection...

Publication Title: Tri-Weekly Astorian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-weekly Astorian. — 23 September 1873

CzJ Tri-Weekly Astorian ASTORIA, OKEGON: 1. C. IRELilND Editor. TUESDAY., Sept. 23, 1873 AX AIiAmilXG PROSPECT. The terrible disease of leprosy has become alarmingly prevalent in the Sandwich Islands. The Hawaiian Evangelical Association, recently pub lished a statement which sa3rs: "The numbers already known to be vic tims to leprosy, the still larger num bers who are undoubtedly infected, the steady, remorseless activity with which it is extending, all tell us with ghastly assurance that, unless remed ial measures are used more effective than have hitherto been applied, our Hawaiian people will become in a very few years a nation of lepers. Do we consider what this means? It means the disorganization and total destruction of civilization, property values, and industries of our churches our contributions, our Hawaiian Board and its works of missions. It means shame and defeat, and dis graceful overthrow to all that is pro mising and in the nation. We are on the brink of a horrible ...

Publication Title: Tri-Weekly Astorian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-weekly Astorian. — 23 September 1873

m -r- .w Tri-Weekly Astorian TUESDAY Sept. 23, 1873 Jfctcorolosrical Report Eours of Observation 7 ., ir. 2 nnd9 p. m. I liar I Thermometer I J- JDir. 1 Rain of Mean MeanlMaxlMin '-fall s wind 19 80.071 55 5 00 2 52 7 0 20 !C W,X 20 80.070 5U2 019 510 OF W,S 21 80 075 58 2 05 0 52 4 0 P West Weather C, cloudy; F, fine; P, pleasant Tide Table for Astoria. (From tables of United States Coast Survey.) High Water.! Low Water. Sept. A. M. p. it. I A. M. P. M. 23.... 24.... 25.... 2$.... 27.... 2S.... .... SO.... 1 25.. 2 02.. 2 41.. 8 2S.. 4 12. 5 12.. 0 21.. 7 V.L. 1 50'.. 2 11.. 2 ;w.. 8 OOP.. 8 82'.. 4 2'Ji.. 5 8W.. (J 51!.. .7 5-8 .. S 88 .. 9 05 .. 9 80 ..10 18 ..11 OS .'.11 28a .. 0 39 8 14 S 85 !J 02 O ;K 10 20 0 0: . 1 12 JPOXT OF ASTORIA. Following is a lit of vessels on the way to this port, and a record of the arrivals and de partures up to date: Disco, 788 tons, from South America. Steamship California, due from Sitka. Fifeshire, 700 tons, from South America, Prof. Airy, 449 ...

Publication Title: Tri-Weekly Astorian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-weekly Astorian. — 23 September 1873

&J MMimmimrifirrri njp.jy wmi1 i 'j , 39 Tri-Weekly Astorian TUESDAY....' SeT. 23, 1S73 GOXJS BEFOKE. When we from our friends are parted In this world, to meet no more, AVe forget, they'v only started. For a little on before That our loved ones, now are waiting, Over on the golden shore, -For that blissful, happy meeting;; le'er to part forevermore. Then toil on, weeping mother, Towards your darling's home above? Press on, my faltering brother, To the haven of thy love. The way may be dark and dreary, But the goal thou'lt reach at last, If up-ward you strive, though weary Por time to be overpast. "Then why weep, when all cur sorrow, One day will be turned to joy, If we live, that each to-morrow Brings us peace, without alloy "We soon shall have passed the gate way, "Which divides that land from this5 if we swerve not, from the pathway, . To that home of perfect blUs. Selaii. Rep-ablican Platform. Adopted in tiie State Convention,. Albany, Sept. II, lS7a 1. That wo look with pri...

Publication Title: Tri-Weekly Astorian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-weekly astorian. — 25 September 1873

- - r r ;;. ".- "e. - 34!3C?"3S'&"" ""au t T"-.'t "3rX-J&" U' 1 u M . S MlA'tJJKfflLL ' ' ' JM'.. J-' ""'T 1 1' "II '' W "HI w WW Ml :-J-Uli - " i J ff III ASTOBIM. is ,a 6 i Astoria, Oregon, Thursday Morning, Sept. 25, 1873. No. 38. Vol. 1. HSHBME9HZ3H4KaHBH HSSSSnM ' ' TO-WEEKLY itmrHnmrTirr",iM,"""a i i i THE ASTOEXAN. PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY, THURSDAY AND SATURDAY, Monitor Building, Actoria, Oregon. 2D.C.IREI.A3ri Proprietor Subscription Itates: Ono Copy one year.. - jjj Qne Copy six months y -r . Ono Copy three months....... a'-'.-'z.' l OK) B2u- Single Xumbor, Ten Cents. - Advertising Kates: 'Ono Insertion per square, 10 lines or less...S2 50 Each additional Insertion, per square 2 00 iToarly adv'ts per month, per square 1 oU .Agents : X.P.Tisurr, 20 -and 21 Xew Merchants Ex cliange, is authorized to act as Agent for the Astorivn in San Francisco. . Any friend who feels an interest in the pros perity of this region, is authorized to act as Agent for this paper, in proc...

Publication Title: Tri-Weekly Astorian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-weekly astorian. — 25 September 1873

C z-1 hm:i,.ub TrTWmTy jm"o7ftrr ASTORIA, OREGON: C.IKEI.AXI .. .felitor. i. THURSDAY &.... "25,1873 The SiouxIndiansareH5aidto be preparing for another raid in the vi cinity of Port Fetterman. Twenty-four houses were "destroy ed bv fire in Burlington, Iowa, Sat urdayloss 200,000. The report that civil war had broken out in Morocco, between the son and brother of the deceased Em peror, is not true. A dispatch from Calcutta an nounces the loss at sea of the Sus 'pendus, ladencd with coolies. One hundred and eighty coolies perished. One half of the "Wallarnet Far mer is printed in Salem, and tother half somewhere else. Clarke has got the ''patent insides." The New York Eveniug Express ''expresses the situation" since the suspension of Jay Cooke by saying that everybody is looking out for their monev. Capt. Jack, Sconchin, Boston Charley, Black Jim, One-eyed Jim and Cox, of the Modoc murderers, are to be hanged on the third day of October, one week from to-morrow. Cape Foulweather ...

Publication Title: Tri-Weekly Astorian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-weekly astorian. — 25 September 1873

03 "!; """ THURSDAY. SxiT- 2r, 1S73 i m-mmmmmmmmmm I Iteolcoroloical Report Hours of Observation 7 ,, m. 2 and 9 r. m. Tri-Weekly Astorian I liar II Thermometer I ,j Dir. Sept 1 Rain J- of Mean'JMean'MaMin -fall i5s wind 19 00.071 55 5 0021527 0 20IJC W,X 0 30.070. 5-5 2 01 9 51 0 OF V,S 21 30 075 5S 2 05 0 52 4 0V West wind i Weather C, cloudy; F, fine; P, pleasant Tide Table for Astoria. From tables of United States Coast Surrey.) High Water.! Low Water. Sept A.M. P. M. ,V. M. V. M. 23 1 25 1 50. 24 2 02 2 11?. .7 & .. ,S 14 .. ..S ) .. ...... S 3.J i) 05 ...... !) 39 10 IS 11 OS 35 2 41 2 :-W i'i 3 2-5.. 27 1 12 . "28 5 12.. 3 oq; 0 02 .. 3 82 0 35 .. 4 2j" 10 20 24 30. (j 21 5 W 0 0 11 3-la . 7 34 0 oij 1 12 0 30 IOST OF ASTORIA. following is a lit of vessels on the way to this port, and a record of tho arrivals and de partures up to date: Disco, 733 tons, from South America. Stcamhip California, due from Sitka. Fifeshire, 700 tons, fiom South America, Prof. Airy, 140 tons, ...

Publication Title: Tri-Weekly Astorian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-weekly astorian. — 25 September 1873

&J mKimmrmsmrsmmmm mt i--m-LM iwrrammmam Tri-Weekly Astorian THURSDAY Sept. 25, 1373 Weary in Well Doing:, BY CHRISTIAXA ROSKTTI. "T would have gone; God hade me stay; I would have worked; God bade me rest. He broke iny will from dajr to da', lie read my yearnings unexpressed, And said them nay. Is ow I would stay; God bids me go, Now I would rest; God bids me work. He breaks my heart, tossed to and fro 3Iy soul is wrung -with doubts, that lurk And vex me so. I go, Lord; where Thou sendest me; Day after day I plod and meil: Hut, Christ my God, when will it be That I may let alone my toil And rest with Thee? Democratic Platform. Adopted in the State Co:stestio:s", Portland, Sept. 9, 1S73. 1. That wo recognize and support the legal and constitutional authority of the Federal government, but insist upon tho strict construc tion of tho Federal Constitution as necessary to tho preservation of tho inherent rights of tho people; that we oppose centralization as tho most insiduous and d...

Publication Title: Tri-Weekly Astorian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-weekly astorian. — 27 September 1873

(0, gijj'i !' Mf . imii pij i in, .tiwwyw 'jiwi.w ir..i mum H'm J"iin . w 'j.wi'"JL",'i''i!. u'tJ -i.v w.y i'--'..u.n.Mi'ay, wuiuiii.iji,i . .i-.JMiLHiLJWi ivmsrsmmmaHt ''Y-fi. ESI WFF"KTY ASTOBIAfl Yol. 1. THE ASTOEIAM. Tuesday, tii c usda Y a xd s at c rday, Mop. 'or Buildins, Astoria, Oregon. 2.C.IItKI.AvI .Proprietor tfrtoscriplion Rates: t3no Copy oncyenr. J JJ X)na Copy six months ',j KJac Corv three month? A y MSB Single Number, Ten Cents. "u-U Advertising Kales: bne Inaction persiiwrc, 10 lines or lc?s...$2 of) Each additional insertion, persiunrc 2 00 Yearly advts per month, per square 1 ol) Asfcnfs: L.P. F'snrR, 20 rind 21 New Merchants 1".t change. is aiuiiori..ed to act as Agent fur (be AsToviW in San Francisco. Any friend who feels an interest in the rvo -pcritv of litis region, is authoiied to a . as AiTcnt fortius uancr, in procuring suo .o';er. , i CITY INTELLIGENCE. The bark Chccolais to load at Knapp ton. Capt. Ruggwas in the city yester day. The sloop Hector disch...

Publication Title: Tri-Weekly Astorian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-weekly astorian. — 27 September 1873

zJ '&! w ' --r- " 'iwjjgi r.tn, m""'"-w ..- '?j" w"" m'jfrmi ww m i !! mp jf ffH4tl'll" -J 'fillRS.- Tri-Weekly Astofian ASTORIA, OREGON: I. C. IREI.AXI Editor. SATURDAY Sept. 27, 1S73 CROPS ABROAD. The harvests in Europe are gener ally deficient. From a most trust worthy authority, the Mark Lane Express, Ave have " more unfavor able reports as to wheat in England," which in many localities is not equal even to the very poor yield last year, and there are strong hints as to the danger of sprouting in the shock from the present occasional showers. In Prance storms have done much damage, and a deficiency of at least ten to twelve per cent, 'may be relied upon. There are accounts of increased prices at many local sta tions, and in Paris flour has consid erably advanced. Old wheat has to tally disappeared from the market, and new is supplying its- place at higher prices. Rye an extensive bread crop in France, Belgium, Hol land aud Germany, is reckoned as very deficient and rates are...

Publication Title: Tri-Weekly Astorian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-weekly astorian. — 27 September 1873

J- -" Jill llill IP II I 'I'll ' A ,l f JKJU-3LiJEg3U Tri-Wcfekly Astoriaii SATURDAY...... Sept. 27, 1S73 Hours of Ol-crvntton 7 : m. 2 and 9 v. M. liar Thermometer lir. i of wind Sept I tain I f.ill lls Mean1! Mam MnvlMin U... 20... 21... 22 L'C" 21... 25... .Usu.OTl . .MJ70 .M)7.") ..2.1825 .. . 2 AS '1 f7 0 ."iS 2 (50 1 02 :J 2 fl 1 Bill Oil ."S7 osi osi U 20' i C n IF W,X , 51 0! rj 1 1 .55 0. !' 0 .55 :5! W ,S (HP West. 1 0" ifd' W.X 2 1 8.11 :0 0i2i Oil 11. "J t P . W p W'pst P jwn v j -J U'i.! i "Weather C, clo.uly; F, line; P, pleasant; f d, foggy and drU.ly Tide T1Sc fr Astoria. (From tables of Tinted State Coat Survey.) lli-h Wjiter.3 Lou Water Watcr.S -I Sept. A. M. 1 M.J A. M. 1'. M. O., h'.'.Z 25. ... 2'5 27 28 2-1 JO 1 25 2 02 2 11 ;; 2? 4 12 ". 12 . 21 7 .51 1 .5')" 7 o . 2 11? 8 11. 2 :hr 8 tf5 . : 0T 51 02 ; :!2r 0 :55 1 2 5- 10 20 .5 :t;y 0 Osi . 0 rn 1 12 .... 8 :io .... 1 05 .... fl :)'.) ....10 is ....11 OS Zll 23a .... 0 :J'J 1NKT OF ASTOSIL.1. Following i a li...

Publication Title: Tri-Weekly Astorian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-weekly astorian. — 27 September 1873

C41 W"Jg3gwgreggW'feggg Tri-Weekly Astorian SATURDAY Sept. 27, 1873 THE JDREA3T. Low burned the fire; the room was dim; "We heard the warning clock strike ten, And bj'the moonlight, growing grim, Knew parting-time had come again. " I had a dream last night," I said: 11 I'll tell it to you, ere I go, 1 thought, my dear, your little head "Was lying on my shoulder so! f 'Tis time to go,5 I said; and you You kissed me twice upon my cheek; JSow tell -me, love, if dreams come true?" Xost archly did my darling speak: . " Why, some come true, and some do not, fin dreams like this I quite believe." And then she kissed me twice; and got Her waist encircled by my sleeve. "Why is it that to say good night Must take so long a time? I know, "When lips are sweet and eyes are bright, ;Tis very hard, indeed, to go. But, somehow, ere I went away That night, the clock had struck eleven; .So long, you see, it takes, to say yhat seemed an easy task at seven. :?JdSCBIXAXEUS ITEMS. - The government docks ...

Publication Title: Tri-Weekly Astorian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-weekly astorian. — 30 September 1873

w iiiwiiiii in i mi in ii i eaaa g ii ii ,m m mmmmmmmmammmtmmmmmBHBxmcsBmmaBmmmmMm lUaU. Vff-hT ISTOM ' . r itat Astoria, Oregon, Tuesday Mormxg, Sept. 30, 1873. Vol. 1. i r ! I8 i-l - M 1 re" i ni vvjj-uiijji i i mmutm . .muv , , THE ASTOMAH". " f - rUHLTSHKD EVKRY TUESDAY, THURSDAY AND SATURDAY, Monitor Building, Astoria, Oregon. I. C. IRELAND proprietor Subscription Rtes: One tJony ono y ear.- ..;..tS 00 )ne Copy fir months . - y S 4r, fnni tlipAn inrtnMlS .... " vub vw T , rn p.nfc -EM ' fe:.iA viimiiRr. i cu uuiiua. Ten Cents. KIU&1 -' Advertising Kates: One Insertion per square, 10 lines or liss...$2 .10 Each additional Insertion, per square I m Yearly adv'ts per month, per square 1 &u Agents : L P. FiSfiER, 20 and 21 New Merchants Ex chanre, is authorized to act as Agent for the Autoku in San .Francisco. Any friend who feols an intorest in tno pros perity of this region, is authorised to act as Agent for this paper, in procuring subscribers. CITY INTELLIGENCE. We are ...

Publication Title: Tri-Weekly Astorian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-weekly astorian. — 30 September 1873

LZ3 . Tri-WeeMYWtoriaii Jf dfPADT a rTmrirksr. AOIVIVJ-O, VXV,VrVjm . T i ..!?. .mi it or. I. C. IREfcAXD sc TUESDAY &..F...Sef:ej "3Stfixs;poitTr In tji.ifirstt issue of the Astokiax we pubii-hed a report from a committee to the Astoria Chamber of Commerce, on shiwingatftmnTc'dn forborne days believing. the ijrjjiaUoA therein tptjfortii tj) bof" vital impaftanc n.Jt alone to Astoria 'bukto -fall ofOregont "We now propose to republish the leaning points of sai&'report with jsuch-jadditions as seems to us meet and continue the same as an editorial, for the ;reasou that there these truths, nnd" rhpir rmariner upon the fut-renoFsour jjreat State.' We are of those who believe that Oregon is rich, in all that goes to make up a first class State, and that nil that'isTeauired, to usher in a degree of extreme prosperity the.pjacjngj CKl"SUS m u ijusiwuti iaj labors The closo upon, (if not 'm'6m than) forty huridred(thousand' Inwiels of'heaf of a tine grade,' beside oats, barley, etc...

Publication Title: Tri-Weekly Astorian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-weekly astorian. — 30 September 1873

OJ Ah - . Trl-Weeldy AsAEM TUESDAY. Sept. 30, IS73 ' I i t t rk t? J . 5D, X. U. U. i. . i Beaver Xo&go Ko. j-j leet every xnursaay evening. , , ,, 1 &&&. at 1 o'clock, in the Odd fellow's ' .:,,.ii..ii .. o .1 Trr i " streets. A?torisu Members of the Order are invited to attend. By order, N. G, - v. r . k j Teaiple Iod;re No. 7 A. F. k A. JL Regular Communications firt and third Saturdays in ech month, at 7 o'clock v. v., at tho Hail in Astoria. Members V of tho Order en pood standing arc invited to at- tend. Byoftizo , W.M. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS- ; Special Election, Monday October 13, 1S7-J. ' Deraocratic Ticket. " " Tor Representative in Congress, . JAME' W. NESMIT.H,, ' 'f Of Polk County. slG Special Election, Monday October 13, 1S73. .". "Rr ltc)resentntivc in 'Congress, s fl i .ij : . t1 i i i vBI'K. A.M.;S.;'irr.-H,'.1 ' " J Of Linrf County. !'' sl6 ' i I i ic O'..VILXTAMS. t! k . GEORGE. T. MYLES. ;"iiIiauis"-o5 fixers,; ( IKS.CentrAl Block, Frontbt.,PortlaQcL C...

Publication Title: Tri-Weekly Astorian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-weekly astorian. — 30 September 1873

677 &ammMm tniiiri. .MTrf, i j. aMa..vr.--..,-. rifTTrerrirtiir left'SU. mmmmmtaammm W i'.i IMA .IO-p.A, jlJiI1' J J.7 ilk Ty T. 4 UTyifirTO r , yj Trfvr E 1 miatatmmmiamemmmmmemmmmEaama Mtt"4 "e Jm m m- m . .m. CIiAUKE, HENEESON '.COOK. ?,fw.,;iP!rtaEaf POBTLAKD ADTOJOTSEMERRR, LEGAL NOTICES. wmmmmmmwm m mmmmammmmmmmetees i , , ' - ' 4i-HTV ' TUESDAY. Sept. 30, 1873 , t f OTICE. . B Y ORDER OF THE BOARD of Directors ,- llll UJCUIiHJtvu. wi n uuu-utu JUt UUI1U Oil xao cajnuu $uw,h.-ui mo .asiona i? armors iKm juny ,is mado gnd required to bo paid to tho Treasurer of said Company. S. D. ADAIR, 2tf Secretary. ;NOTICE. - TTAVING;iET THE GLOBE HOTEL, and " JJL furniture, ..Jatoly occupied by me in this t uit , w AULosaraarieman a, Dawson, uie puu lic are hereby notified that the now firm will be rosponsiblajfrom this date, fonall bills con tracted in the name of said Globe Hotel. Up to, this data airbills will bo paid by mo, and persons indebted, to me are invited to " square accoun...

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