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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 9 April 1881

1 gto gaiT JjXstralau. ASTORIA, OltEGON: SATURDAY APRIL i. 1851 ISSUED BVSEY MORNING. V 'Monday xcoitodl, D. C. Irclnnil, Editor and Proprietor. Abiortan Bnildinq, Case Struct. Terms of Subscription : served by Oarrior, ier wek..........J5 Cent Sent by mail, four months.... .......5 tW Sent by mail, ono year.... ...... 5 fll Frco of Postage to Subscribers. csr Advortisoiaont inserted by the yer at the rate of SI " per square nor month. Transient advortiinK, by the day or wook, fifty cents per wmare for each insertion. The Trttfe!ily Atorinu. Js :i mammoth sheet, exactly donble the size of tlie Daily. It is jit the iw per for the fireside, containing in addi tion to all the enneiit new, clioiee mis cellany, agricultural matter, market re ports etc It is turnblMMl to single sth bciibers at c! 00 iter year hi advance. SfA limited mimoec of nta!l adver tisements inserted at establislicd rate. THEjCITY. Thk Daily astokiak hiM he rutt t ma il at 75 cchx a month, frrcof jffmlogc Ilctm ers ...

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. — 9 April 1881

M) Jirlxje iia Ju5ixxiink Colombia River Exports. SnSCELLAIfEOUS CX K- BRYANT. S. A. U.KVUXE. DKCKMBKIl. 13 To VJccrjvwl, per dtUdcm. From Portland 1277 Mils flour... " Astoria 825 " ... ASTORIA. OREGON- .-$50,475 3,900 SATURDAY ..APRIL 9, 1SS1 H W CaEBRATEO TttUtU...... ...13.10 From Astoria 31 cs salmon. $00,373 1G.OO COMMERCE AND TRADE. Total value cargo -$76,470 13 Tn QmrH'HCH, jtw Adam Jf. Slmpton. FnttH FttrllaHd 9,fcOI oIn whoaL......$3S.0oi) " Astoria 2 r-fcfi financial. liver, at jtar. Cem oxchag oa Sm Fmaeiaea A W et prom him GeiR exenaoce a Kww YVtrk baying tr: Legal Ta4ra ar. Totwj,imltfai trawpfari wt Xw Yrk 1 iter coat. )rmMM. IOKT OF ASTORIA. TiMai .-JM. $5885 1 Tit QHftmf4imm, prr Ijaiki ntkh. From PrtiatMl:ftJ!7fe wheat- $M.fcM 1 2V Q3wMrn. per reft. Fmm INtrtiaiH! 1M otis whl.....J5,2ls SJ To Utter!, jr Lwyt- Vnm INwtiMtMl l l.tt bMK ifcmr... A4ria 15 . K2I --orSSivVVwrv 7I.O01 UKADY FOR SKA. tat Im IMIae S K. AwM 6 .T1.)S. H S sr . WndiU VmmtH. VMtttwt tea A)rd S ...

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. — 10 April 1881

"W . m toml Vol. xiv. Astoria, Oregon, Sunday Morning. April 10, 1881. No. 85. - r fc5NB---- Ml ;A0t GENERAL EASTERN SEWS. I5V MAIL AND TKLBORAPK. Railroad Klocfcadc Iludcil. St. Paul, April S. The St Paul and Sioux city branch of the Chi cago and St. Paul railroad, was opened at uoon to-day through to Sioux city, having been blockaded since February 3d, and this after noon trains were able to run clear through. Large amounts of freights have accumulated. Doprrado Killed. Jackson, Mich., April S. A desperado named Lynch, in the penitentiary, knocked down the keeper and with three fellow prisoners attempted to escape. He was shot three times, by the ruard who discovered him, and killed. The rest made little re sistance. The lcad-LorK. "Washington-, April S. Demo crats and republicans alike de clare that they don't intend to abandon their position in the senate. Two hundred and sixty five nominations await action, and five treaties. It is stated that there is some probability that the...

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. — 10 April 1881

t K zz& 4T "iiibjii are pw mm ZFrmmffyft "i!Wj5-Tpf-- .C2l gTxc paalB SVstta-lan. ASTOUIA.OKEGOK SUNDAY .'. APRIL 10, 1SS1 Terrors not so Terrible. ,C.IUF,L.tM Kl!tor. The St. Peter&buraj tragedy 1ms proved a incentive to the sensa tion mongers of Europe. Ever since that startling event the news gatherers at the various capitals have been emulating each other in People who use the succor of! the attempt to produce something the French loan as an argument which will excite the tatcd appe tliat this country might borrow all J tite of the public. As samples. -Hip. monev it needs at three per , we lmvc the certainty of England muit. either foriret or conveniently , being dragged into a war with ne-lect to mention the fact that .Turkey, the determination of the; the French loan is issued at fifteen , czar to engage in hostilities against per cent, below par. When the , Germany, bomb-throwing in Mad United States raises a loan it wants j rid, a republican revolution pend lo icceiv...

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. — 10 April 1881

'""?. ni gto nijtxj stotfau. ASTORIA, OREGON: SUNDAY ...... APKIL 10, 1BSJ ISSUED EVERY MORNING. (Monday Excepted). D. C. Ireland. Kultor and Proprietor. Adorian liuHdhtq, Cats Street. Terms of Subscription : borvod by Cftrrior. por weok .....25 Coms Sent by mail, fr inontLs.....-...i fa Sent by mail, one year .. 9 "9 Froo of Pestazo t Subscribers. c33Adrortieraom ineerted by the year at the rate of SI 50 per square per month. Transient sdv&rtisinj;. by the day or week, fifty cents per square for oach msertiR. The XfceUly A-lormn. Is n mammoth slieet, exactly double the size of the Daily. It is jut the iw ler for the fireside, containing in addi tion to all the current news, cltolce mis cellany, agricultural matter, market im ports, etc It is l innisltcd to single sub scribers at $2 00 per year in advance. 3TA limited ntmioer of small adver tisements in.-erted at established rates. "THEOIT. Tint Daily astokia' rM )e taU tv mail at7R cento a moHth.frccof portage. I.'ooa ers toJto...

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. — 10 April 1881

ri) Site tnilx$ gvSlbcrmx, Columbia River Exports. jnSCELLANEOUS C5. . BRYANT. S. A. VrWLLZ. ASTORIA. OREGON: SURDAY... .APRIL 10, 1SS1 COMMERGEAND TRADE. riim:icitil. liver, at iwr. Cats axekaaico on San Prxeue M t et Coin e.bnca New Ywk taring par; solHite. 4 1 iwrwmt. Legal T tMtdara ir. Telegraphic traiwfar Now Ywk 1 ior cent. prmitMHi. FORT OF ASTORIA. JlXAftr PO SKA. (MhmUi. m XX Umw Ram & V. Aurit C n.MVtin. UMr'Wrtit.rMH.YaiMa ta April OrNM . mm. INhhwrn. K K April VMh. WIA.W i . PtKM. Qmwwin th Wiftinul. but. a MM. l4rt.N ! Mcfc 2. ilM la. fcr. bk. tt tone TVtMfwin. Urwynt. ObNML brhk. H Umm. MaatM li ittlttM&S WJ Jt4. T tax ! wMl AmI M0rf "aliiorai. .. tM . iimm. fM K K A IMurfa k. hr bk. IIM Ion. PfcrkiT. Y-mw. April r. (Mm Rtefrfwri. brVfc K Urn. Yukttuumn AH Tertfc Bew4 Wet mm Merry maw r K April I Jbritt) Cknto br bfc "3 ts. llarri. Xort. JhitC. m (JhkytMui Atnl 1 Ttmriaod fwttio. br t l-H Umm. fcluMghai April 1' Kivvl. Ms. S Urn. AdnM. fe. 1'. Marfc SoeUMh Vmt...

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

CO yS Astoria, Oregon, Tuesday Morning, April 12, 1881. 'So. 86. Vol. xiv. GENERAL EASTERN NEWS. r MAIL A1 TIXWJKAl'K. Northern Pacific out of rucX. Sr. Paul, April 9. Hie Xorlli erji PaciGc Railroad company las instituted a suit against lad com missioner .Tames B. Power, chief clerk Charles E. Kindrey, and various members of their families and alleged third parties to whom they executed conveyances in trust for themselves. The general na ture of these transaction's is that Power caused to be sold a large number of tracts belonging to the company to a large numlw of persons ostensibly in bcliall ol tne company for certain bums payable in money; that after the money had been paid or secured, that Power then obtained preferred stork of the company at a small fraction of its par value, and turned them into the company at their nar value in payment for these r . . piJ J nVnfn,ll same tracts 01 ianu. mm i".. the difference between what pur chasers paid in money and what fV,n rnfnrmd stoc...

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

f2) gftc JSnalB sJboxttm. ASTORIA. OREGOK: TUESDAY APRIL 12, 1SS1 .C.IKELA.M i:lltor. The Italian government lias of fered a prize of 300,000 francs for an effectual remedy for the ravages of the parasite insect that is afiiict- 5np- the orange and lemon trees of Italy, and a wealthy Italian has added 100,000 francs to the offer. The investment companies or ganized in New York are after tlic onodel of the financial companies of London. Their 'business is of a banking nature, and consists in the transaction of brokerage be tween the general public in search of investments of capital, ami xailways and other fiscal coqwra tions requiring large loans of money. "We presume the best way to view the munificent subscription purse for Gen. Grant s as a matter -with which the public has no con cern. If the Goulds and the Vanderbilts wish to give their money to Gen. Grant it is their affair, and if Gen. Grant wishes to take their money it is his affair. If we may, however, be allowed a -word o...

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

p glic gaftij sfcorciau. ASTORIA, OREGON: TUESDAY- APRIL 12, IBS ISSUED EVERY MORNING. Monday Excepted I, D. C Zrclautl, Editor and Proprietor. Aatormi BuUdviig, Cam Street. Terms of Subscription : served by Carrier, per week ....... 25 Cents Sent by mail, foarinontfa?.. ..... ....S 06 Sent b7 mail, one year..... ........... 9 Froe of I'oPtRco ta Subscribers. ce Advert moments msertod by the year at tho rate f SI 50 iter square pr'Mntfc. Tramiont adrortisinp. by tbo day or week, filly cants per square for each ineertiei;. The Weekly Alorian. Js a mammoth sheet, exactly double the size of tlie Daily. Jt is jint the ia pcrforthe fireside, containing in audi tion to all the current news, choice mis cellany, agricultural niHtler, market re ports, etc It i furnished to single sub scribers at v2 00 per year in advance. 23TA limited numoer of small adver tisemente inserted, at established rati.. THEOITY. Tuk Daily astoiciaa un'll Jc tent mailatTZccHtis a month, free tf jm4agc. Head ers wit...

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

CO igkz gni. stefcax. ASTOKIA. OREGON: TUESDAY APRIL 12, 18S1 GOMMERCE AND TRADE. FiKtttiRtat. ilvor, at par. Cmr scfaHt:e on Fan FrancfM K per oat ftfemiaw. Gain exefewww oa Now York hayioc par: ioHiwg. '. t 1 iwewt. Legal Tea4ecs tNtr. TiIiiIi limufnif nn Xow York 1 nor TORT OF ASTOK1A. KEAnr WK SKA. UMaw at. STH tarn BoHm tt F. Ascil S HAtuta. taaw ottHi las Tea. Aml It 0Ml. . imtwa-'niiiiat, Aowl 11 U S Or iaa Wncat. ImmU, Yrt bar An S UtM . S mm. lNthtaMM. K April 2 Ma, lc fck. SB taos. Prfee. Qaewartowa March yATnat. MU. 34 Umw. 1-eain. Sm reAtw Xch t jtawvale. br. bL. M ton. WiHmmw. iamrpoal. Satoa fitwiram. br hL. tit tao. Uta Qoeeaatewa. Sanaa brbkSW Mas Qaaeastaara. March tt AJUUVAL& ySOM SKA. Staaa3aaanNa.te.t3WtaaHk INkwar. fa r Atflt JBUjrbaalf. b? bk. 1IM loss. r6w. YtAaaaaaa. A tHm McUkmI. br bk tra. Yokohama Awrii .Vrtb ftn4 bit taaMarmMaM. .- K Arrf I jMttb7riM9it11.br lifc "73 lb. HarrH. Xwfwri. JtMC. vu viakyibiM Aprti t ybarUad Oatte. br ah l,2UtMM. MummtImi ...

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

JfcMO'l & Astoria, Oregon, Wednesday Morning, April 13, 1881. No. 8.7 Vol. XIY. 'X TTASHISOTOX CITY SEWS- V MAIL AND TKUMSRAfU. Tiic Oroson War Iriit. Washington, April 11. The following circular relative to the payment of tlic United Steles G per cent, bonds act March 2, 1861, Oregon war debt, was issued by the treasury department this after after after neon: "Notice is Hereby given to holders of the United States six per cent, bonds issued under tle act of March 2, 1861, and coin monlv known as the "Oregon war debt," that said bonds with ac crued interest tliereon will be paid at this department July 1, 1SS1, and interest on said bonds will cease that day. These lwnds are in denominations of fifty dol lars 100 and 500, and bear the inscription "Oregon war debt.1' All bonds forwarded for redemp tion should be addressed to the secretary of the treasury, loan division, "Washington, D. C, and should he assigned to the secretary of the treasury for redemption. When parties desire c...

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

II) !Txe SnilB Qslsxlxnu ASTORIA-OREGON: "WEDNESDAY APRIL 13, 1SS1 i. c. iki:l.vm . .Editor. The Xctt EI Horatio. The region of country known as "Wood river, Idttlio, vras xn unex plored country a few years ago. .Some men of Yankee fork, believ ing that there were rich deposits of gold and silver on the head wa ters of Salmon river, and having a "full share of the adventurous and never satisfied spirit common to miners, started out to explore the latter section about two year ago. They were reasonably successful. Jcads of silver ore which they .found are now worked, producing ore assaying from 300 to 3000 ounces per ton. A few of the onore restless ones of the part' -were soon on the road to a coun try still more unknown to them. J n two days they had made the summit of the Sawtooth mountains and camped on the Wood river side of the divide where Galena city now stands. They had not been prospecting a day before -they brought in a large lump of Galena ore, causing great excite ment 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. — 13 April 1881

(3) V glxs aiXB Qstonftsn. ASTORIA, OREGON: "WEDNESDAY- APRIL 18. 1SSJ ISSUED EVERY MORNING. ' (Monday Bso&i-tedl. D. C. Zralaail, Editor and Proprietor. Astonan liniUling, Gam tffcrae'. Terms of Subscription : served by Carrier, per woek.............C5 Cools Sent by mail. fHirwotl.....-..-...... M Sent by mail, obo year....-....... 9 W Free of Poei&se to Sabsoribors. es AdvortKOiaeats imortod by the year at the rate of 1 3W ir wjtmre per metk. Trsftsiont advertinnj:, by the day or week, fifty cents per sctaarofor each intertiea. The WccKly Astoriaa. Js a mammoth sltoet, exactly double the size of (lie Daily. It is jt tlc wi per for the iirchide, cofiUinin'4 in audi tion to all the current news, cliok-e inis cellHiiv, agricultural matter, market re ports, etc It i f unfilled to single sub scribers at -J W per year in advance J3TA limited inunuer of Miiall adver tisements inserted at entabliidied ratios. THECITY. The Daily astqvaxs wUl he ati I mailatSccnt a month, free of po...

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

g&s gaxftJ ste&Tg ASTORIA. OREGON: WEDNESDAY APRIL 13. 1SS1 " COMMERGAKD TRABL rtnnncinl. itver, attwr. Gwn Saa Fraweiaee X r eamt Colnmliia River Exports. DnCEMUEK .. t. .,..., iooTTlUcflniir JKi.4i Astoria. S25 " SA" Gain esefeMMM m So York fcwytaK jaw T-anic tiws b New Yi 1 lw PORT "OF ASTORIA. . . .,.. .CA01KK 'KtUHk . .i.iw.; :v.u; From Aston. 2l mhhi w Taisd vmImc cjtroo STW'Oj 1-7V QMeowpHeH. per Jrrc Frew Portland 2l.3 e whd s7V, IAtvn. prLaty. Vrm lrttotd 11J Vt wv Asiwn TUd ..U.7 7TW Qitreiut, per Ckmm4mt. Fmn Parti . rtH C-t- AsMtna 3,i M,1 MISCELLANEOUS C3. K. 3HVANT. READY FOR SKA. jnY CteapUa. br Wc 721 tcM. Jlatw. - CM-to,rfi. imum. Taca. !" SrG- Wnt. Ita-fl. AH$ r r :-jt . Xlaimara r a. . !. AKAHALA t'UOV SJCA. nail hay April 13 jniiinii br bi- ! Ua. I. VUta iMd. br kV ttf U. VtobM f JKivat. W.. 3 t. A4aa. b. V. Mwefc JIrbr..I2 VKSSXMS OX TtIK tt'A 1 - Total . titf9 7.-1W .....- Ttfmi King of the Blood .. .it ..... t.i.wl.iuinrioralHl SK ir&jV'?r. 5 .t.Sr...

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. — 14 April 1881

0) Astoria, Oregon, Thursday Morning, April 14, 1881. No. 88. Yol. xiv. SS GENERAL EA&TBIUf SEWS. ItV XAII. AM TKMCOKAWI. The nfins-liHrl Ca. Xxw York, April 12. T! earn of VHUrtl vs. the Korlfeern Pacific railroad ootnjwui-, to obtain a. im manent injunction restnuning officials of tiie road from distribut ing $18,000,000 of stock is lefore the oourt to-day. Col. Gray de nied that the defendant corpora tion issued shares to proprictary holders without otMisideration or in violation of the charter, or that it ivas efi'ected in violation of any protest of stockholders. Argu ments were delivered by Jere Black, D. Shipnian and Benj. H. Bristow. Adjourned till to-morrow. WASHIXGTOX CITY XEWS. BY MAI!. ASOTBIiWiRArH. Another 3Irs. John Brown. "Wasiiixgtox, April 12. A storv which has obtained extensive circulation that the widow of John Brown of Harper's Ferry fame was last week a seeker for assis tance at the executive mansion, is to-day set at rest by the discovery that the Mrs. Br...

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. — 14 April 1881

(2) glxc jDnahj stoxtau. ASTORIA. OREGON: " -THURSDAY .APRIL M.lSSl iTc. iuixami e.iii . Ore roil and California Railway. Under date of March 17th we 3iave received from London the tfollowiiur, interefetins: to Oregon- ians, concerning the syndicate for reorganization of the Oregon and California railroad company. This plan, a piop.ed by Mr. Henry ViHartl and other bondloiilers, lias lucu accepted, and place, the aoniMiiy on a .mhiikI and jcnna jnsnt iinancial .M&U-, providing iund, for the completion of tin road to a junction with the Lentral Pacific. Of the Oregon ami Cali fornia railroad, chartered and sub sidized by the congress of th United States to form a throng! line connecting Oregon with Cali fornia, little more than half lias "been built; and the part built, as a mere local road without outlet or connections, has not been pros perous. But the growth of Ore gon has recently been very rapid, and its development will be still further accelerated by the now ap proaching c...

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. — 14 April 1881

m gto g-italB stoxftra. ASTORIA, OREGON: THURSDAY APRIL 14. 1BSJ ISSUED 3VEP.Y MORNING, (Men-lay Excotrted'. Ir. C. Irolnu-1, I'tli'or anil Proprietor Ationan JJtvUding, CUn Street. Tarms of Subscription : served by Carrier, per Tek........-.2 Centa Seat by mail. frmothe.... .-..-.....-.. Od Sent by mail, one year.....-.-............... 9 00 Free of Postase t Subscribers. C5B" Adverti oweRt inserted by the yoar at tbo rato of SI "W ier square ier Breath. Trangiont advartietne. by the iay or week, fifty casts iter square for each iaeortion. The IVorlily AMoriun. Is a mammoth slieet, exactly double the size of the Daily. It is just the m perforthe fireside, c-otiUinini? in audi tion to all the current news, choice mis cellany, agricultural matter, market re port, etc. It i furntsliel to single .suIh scribers at S2 00 wr year in sdtptnee. J3TA limited iiuinocr of .niall adver tisements inserted at cstabii&heu' rate. THECITY. Thb Daily a.stokian toiil lte mt ly mailatrcentamfmtk.fre...

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. — 14 April 1881

en ;fw gnftij Qslaxxnvu ASTORIA. OREGON: THURSDAY. APRIL 14. 1SS1 COMMERCE AHO TRADE. Flltti.Ci.tl. fhrer, ct ww. Omb wchnnga vm fm Fr , ii to 1 aarwaU ,LBal TMM fur. Kaw York 1 per Mt.Mraaj.hu. toirr of astojua. RXAIH Mil SKA. II Bin ML arte. Tit tons. WiUtaaaa. S F Al Is Kiiai. bit- 31 ton. A4mm. K. F. Avtfl It cotte!iry.brbk.Utcl AaM SAIUCO. Miftf 'Jiiorn&. scZSW MM. JMtaMW. te r April 13 I.mily CfaaiU.n. U tk 373 ton. Uarri. QiMM- Ainl M (Mntw . ilil Mt BaUm sr. Aprfl TMWIIH rtMm tn TsmaM. April U UBMrfa, Ml iHkUMM. Tacatea. April 11 SS4ri VTn-At. rVnaeU. Viiiaa W AarBf TWfcfcr tk.tm. Trice. ffgKHf ra Mat TTiWiuH Met. m toa. -. Km Idr 9kft 3. Zfnt. T Ks.low. i1lliir, liienwgt, QlHMMra. r b. &!4 tm. Htwtia Qamaa to, iarica brfckMt to QaeMwiawa. Mares JLRM1VALS eBCM A. Jmnn m. JS Imh. Pwnhaea . S V April U "SMIm. U 8 LtaMrfcaaaa air. mia. Y mmi hay Atari! 12 gaVirtantT- lr bi. iM torn. Porter. YfeaMr ArxflC Am MaVe-A nr bk CK tmu. YtMluan Avftf A Rattfc Ken bit fic UhmMmtm...

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

hu, r 3L,- f'mammmmm T ?"TJ? '- 'mrM I QVWtL '. 3jr v-fe .Si' Vol. XIV. Astoria, Oregon, Friday Morning, April 14, 188L JSTo.m i &v tBiKL A Serious Matter. SHegestious from the HooMwrang. A recent order written b' the pope lias resulted in a circular from the cardinal, addressed to the Catholic administrators of the world, warning them against spur ious relics. The pope intimates that no bodies have been exumed from the catacombs within the past thirty years, and naturally draws the inference that the supposed ic mains o early christian martyrs that have been placed upen the market recently are bogus. It is a sad commentary upon our mod ern civilization and progress, wheti the christian martyrs are counter feited and adulterated. We bonst of the mighty strides we have made in our onward march toward per fection in the arts and sciences, literature and statesmanship, but are we justified in so doing when fraud is creeping into the relic trade, and sapping the life blood of a grea...

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

lz) - fh TJtVr UZ SaitB staiatu ASTORIA. OREGON: FRIDAY !.... APRIL 15, 1881 . C. IKELAM . .Editor. The Aslorian ou Time. When the reader saw the an nouncement that Tiie Astoeian would not appear as usual to-day, but in the enlarged form in which you see it now, some lost sip;ht of the real purpose and feared that the paper would not appear at all. But here we are right on time, and presenting a cheerful look which we hope will be cheerfully received by all. It is hardly necessary to say to the regular reader that Thk Astokian will continue to preserve its best moral and business tone. We have no bitterness to vent, no angry words to bandy with any, no personal interest to advance at the expense of the general good; and if we have any enemies we do not care to know it, and cannot afford to publish it. People of Oregon, citizens of Astoria, this is your newspaper; and we need only your support to make it all you can desire. Our aim is to advance home interests. It is our desire to br...

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