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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 3 May 1881

D) g SililB &sisr&m ASTORIA, OREGON: TUESDAY HAY 3, 1SS1 ISSUED BVBEY MOBNING. (Monday Uxceptodl. D. C. Irclaad, Editor and Proprietor Astvnan Building, Ca&s Street. Terms of Subscription : ifrved by Carrier, or rouk.............U5 Cents :ent by mail, four months........ .......58 Ou Sent by mail, one year..-.... .... 9 TO ereo of Ponnse to 5ub?criber. c" Advertisement inserted by the year at the rate of SI 7i tier square ier month. Transient advertising, by the day or week, dfty cents per squaro for each insertion. The. Wi'i'fcly AotorxaM. Is a mammoth sheet, exaetly double the size of the Daily. It is just the pa per for the fireside, containing in audi tion to all the current news, choice mis cellany, agricultural matter, market re ports, etc. It is lurnibhed to single sub scribers at vl 00 iHr year in advance. S9F"A limited numoer of small Hlr- tisements insert eii at established ratco. THE CITY. Iiik Daily AsrniA wM i ( ' iittiitatittitii a month.fr rut :ta0t. Itmn ...

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. — 3 May 1881

"s. 22i'j-H. Mff g&s gailg si0imi ASTORIA. OREGON: TUESDAY -..MAY 3, 1881 COMMERCE AND TRADE. riimucinl. ilver, at par. Coin exchange on San Francisco i per cent premium. Coin exchange on New York buying par: selling, Vx to 1 percent. Legal Tenders par.. Telegraphic transfers on .New i'ork 1 per cent, premium. PORT OF ASTORIA. READY FOR SEA. Thurland Castle br sb 1J13 tons. Shanghai April 13 SAILKD. Lizzie Iredale. br bV (S8 tons. Mossop. Queens- town, Alar l State of California. 63. !W tons. Debney. S K April 2S California, str. 674 tons. Carroll. SitLa April 38 North Kend bV.t 37h tons Merrrman. b K April 2S. ARRIVALS FROM SEA. Orecon as. 2555 tons. 1'oblman. S F April 29 Gen Wright U S tr Denny Yaquiaa bay April 29 Mary K Buss sch S F April "iS Shubrick. U S Light-house str. Hrrrsen. nerth April 2S Geo Cewler.br ah 1040 ton, liewiew. Yokohaiaa April 21. Adulia, Spanish bk SUnlej F I, Jan J rta Vtatbna Apnl 27. Pasitha. br bk SS7 tons. West. Lfinoel. via Vic toria April II. Se...

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. — 4 May 1881

: "-owr-i- ar-ig.-ip- rr J!Sa;7- 5 CI tetetL Astoria, Oregon, Wednesdav Morning, May i 1881, No. 3. Vol. xv. 1 FACTS AND SCRAPS- Mrs. C. A. Evans of Omaha, hus given birth to four child ron at once. Great eavciih. What was it Trovatore? and who did William Tell? And who tied the Huguenots? It was the cranberry jelly on the boys upper lip that gave away the secret oC the lost (t)arts to his mother. Do your best is a good motto, but the trouble is that many peo ple won't even try to do their sec ond best. Bomb-throwing is a business like every thing else and requires long and constant practice. The best plan is to start in on cats. The position of the wickedest man is at present vacant in Chicago. To the right part' a liberal salary will be paid. Brooklyn papers will please copy. Postmaster Tyler, of Baltimore, has been compelled to pay S5000 for kissing, or attempting to kiss, Miss Murray, an employe. lie thinks it an overcharge. The Boston Post has begun to think about soda. Don't d...

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. — 4 May 1881

m 3IA&RIEP. XEWTO-DA.. gftc sjafta &tf0m. ASTORIA. OREGON: a (tm vnciiianon nf hn lirirtas errand parents, Mr. and Mrs..C. La Du, ML Coffin, Washington territory, April 28th 1881, by S. W. Beall J. I- Mr. C. S. Bar- . lssi, uy a. w. Jeu J.i? -" w a v irki low and Miss llestilla M. Burr. WEDNESDAY UA 4, lb8l . c. iuel.im Editor. NEW TO-DAY. A London firm has produced an ink which absolutely writes with ease and fluency on a glassy sur face, leaving the characters, etch ings, drawings or ornamentations lndelhble. The richest immigrants to this country are the Russian Menno nites. Twenty families of these people recently gave the treas urer of Castle garden fcto,uuu xo keep for them over night. The San Jose Mercury is severe when he says that "if Frank Pixley wasn't so everlastingly crotchety aud such and everlasting egotistic demagogue, and didn't 'slop over so perpetually, he would make a very good candidate for governor. He" wants it worse than a boy wants a jack-knife."" Th...

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. — 4 May 1881

K V. OJ gUs an stefcnio ASTORIA, OREGON: WEDNESDAY...- -MAY 4, 1SS1 ISSUED EVERY MORNING. (Monday Excepted:, I. C. Ireland, Editor anil Proprietor Axtonan Bnitdhuf, (Jam: Sired. Terms of Subscription : served by Carrier, por week...............?! Cents dfct by mail, four months...-. ...... .38 00 ent by mall, one year.....-.................. P 10 Free of I'ortnse to Subscriber?. tt3" Adrerttwaient3 inserted by this your at 5ie rate of $1 01 ier QHare per ra&nik. Transient advertising, by the day or week, 6fty conts jer 8tuuro for each insertion. "Ihr Wcrkly Asioriaii Js a mammoth sheet, exactly double the s"i74 of the Da'Iy. It i- just the pa per for the fireside, containing in addi tion to all the fun entnew.N, choice mis cellany, agricultural matter, market re port, ot It is lurni-hed to .single .subscriber-, at s-j oo jkt eai in advance. ;S?A limited mniiner of iiml! advei t icemen t hiNirtd at i'-talli-.hed rate-.. TIiECITY. Inn Dm.r Asi-i:iA n U ! ln Hittl at 7fl cnt i n nu...

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

E7"Sr5R CWT55s' rA';WM9EinK:iniF' '" ?BHHHBH9nBIKIHBHKHBI8IEBs 4H9ft9E9EIIHHHHHHI ? 5ssi"f5.-"". -r-9 " I5ps J- - m ver&mf- i ' ' 'JB ' ' iB FWslfrvr&sii -'-VHHHSK&SSnHHIralHKHrcrararaHaHaHHHHHHHHB r.--V . r r?" - i; af ' ci lll'aa'"l',ll,"ll'li' '" 1 1 III I II II I III! IIIHWIWIWimWIWWIWIIMI I I I ; . . fc V ASTORIA. OREGON: "WEDNESDAY -....MAY 4. 1881 . COMMEBGEMiD TRADE. Financial. ilvcr, at par. Coin oxchanso on San Francisco X Por cent premium. Coin exchanso on New York buying par; selline, 54 to 1 porcont. Legal Tendors par. Telegraphic transfers on Now i'ork 1 .per cent, premium. PORT OF ASTORIA. READY FOR SKA. Tliurland Oastle br sh 1 ten. Sharfe! J jrli IS SAILED. Orecon ss. 252S tonsvPoWman. S F May 3 Lizzie Iredale. br bk DBS tens. Mossep. Qneens- tovra. ilty 1 btate of California. s. '!& tons. Debney. H Y April 29 California. tr. 674 tons. CarroM. Sitka AprHS) North Bend bkt 37fi tons Merrrmap h F April 2S, ARRIVALS FROM SKA. Columbia, ss. 2721 tons Ball...

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. — 5 May 1881

4 &as4 hUjTz !& Vol. xv. Astoria, Oregon. Tlrarsdav Morning, May 5, 1881. No. 4 f'l PEiig zl'SI Jl' JIP Jv JUlt Jl lr OUR FLAG. THE TRUE HISTORY OF THE STARS AXJJ STRIPES. WHAT THE RICCORDS SAY AliOlT THE NATIONAL EMIiLEM-SCRAPS OF IN TERESTING INFORMATION. National IJepublieui). April lOth. Colonel I. S. Tichenor, of this city, calls attention to a slight error in the article on the flag in The Republican tf the 13th inst. He says: uTn referring to the first time the flag was hoisted on the flagstaff of the Iioumj of leprescnt atives, April K3, S1K, you say: Previous to this time there was no settled form of the flag, which then consisted of eighteen stripes, with no fixed number of stars, and by adding a stripe for every new state admitted into the Union, the flag was becoming disproportionate and unwieldy. The facts, as they appear from the record, seem to bf as follews: The flag was first established by a resolution of congress "June 14, 1777, and provided for thirteen 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. — 5 May 1881

O wi,-f.jji w,,f fj,vt"Tf.ir,ii ASTnlUA.OKEGON: THURSDAY MAY 5. 1KSI t. C. IltELM CilUor. One Torch Less. San Francisco is evidontty in possession of one incendiary torch less. The Examiner states the case thus: "Among the many im provements set on foot during the past week, none convey so deep a lesson and augur so much for the iuture peace and prosperity of the city as the one commenced hy that prominent citizen, Denis Kearney. A short time ago Denis purchased a lot near the terminus of the Mar ket street railroad, and last week Denis gave the order, backed by cash, for the erection of n 3,500 house upon it. Denis also con tracted for the sinking of an artesian well, his last public pro test, as it were, against his pet animosity, the Spring Valley water company. To the general public it matters not from what source this poor mendicant, who a few short months ago passed around the hat for money to feed his starv ing family with, drew the money to pay for a SI ,000 lot and about 4,...

Publication Title: Daily Astorian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 5 May 1881

p glis dl JtetaSatU ASTORIA, OREGON: THURSDAY - MAY 5, 1SS1 ISSUED EVERY MORNING. (Monday Excepted!. I. V. Ireland, Lilllor and Proprietor Asionan liuUdhiq. Cans St ml. Terms of Subscription : served by Carrier. rr weok..........2S Cents Sent by mail, fouriantus.............. & Os ient by mail, one year... ............. B K) rrce of Postage to:5bcribe-.. & AdvertisfeuicBts inserted by the year at tba rate of SI f ier Stiuuro per month. ' Transient advertising, by tbo day or week, afty cents ier jwiuarefor each insertion. Tin tVcelily Axfiiriuu. Is n iiiiiiiiinuih slii'i'l, -Knell .loi.Me i the size of the Dash. It is jut tla m- per for the iire.Mie.'iiiiuiiiiii!; in ittliH- lion t all the riinviit news, clioliv mis-Jof ports, e'te." It is lurnishfd t single Mih-! region please furnish ua with the re sellers at S2 ) p-r year in advanre. j lnA cUl1 ;Jt Wf !iy eniumy tl,e S3FA limiU'd !im:..,j,r ut mhH nlvii- . , . . . . tisumcnls iUMMi.il .it tal!ishHl rate. ! same 1:1 x viii-...

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. — 5 May 1881

eu xt gailtj storifcirau ASTORIA. OREGON: THURSDAY -MAY 5, 1SS1 COMMERCEAHD TRADE FIiiiit'inl. ilver. at par. Com exchange on Sim Pntw:e " ' it cent premium. Coin exchange on New VrK buying par: selling. JJ to 1 percent. Legal Tenders par. Telegraphic transfers n New York 1 per cent, premium ' PORT OF ASTOKIA. HEADY FOKSF.A. Thurland Castle br h 1J tms. ShanfiUal April M sit.nn. Oregon ss. 'J2J5 lo. I'sMmmi. S P May J Lizr.ie Irodale. br bk HlC tow. Mmhp. Queees- town. Mar I Htate of California, ss. tens. Delmey. S Y April 29 California. Btr. 674 tons. Carroll. Sitka April 38 North Bend bkt 37(. ten Jlerrxaau . b K Apnl 28. OUTSIDE 117777 PILOTS OS D0A11D. Clan Grant, br bk. f toss. James, f m Liverpool. Mav 4 Marion King br 1 9J9 1 IU .Janeiro Mav 4 Merom. sb. 1201 tons. Leu ell. N Y May 4 WebfooL bkt. 3fil tes. Lotri. San Pedro May J AIIMVA1A FliOH SKA. Colombia, ss. 272! tons Bolles S r. May 3 KxDlonr. br bk Peru. May 3 nnVwnrt.li. lirfili . YoV.nha'Ha. via S 1 Mm' 5 Hen Wright U...

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. — 6 May 1881

j -r, - -- - en ieC' -v . avjrn alio toifmi 4 vTS " Vol. xv. Astoria, Oregon, Frirtav Morning, May 6, 1881. No. 5. XXEJIOXICAI.. TRACES OP GLACIAL ACTION IN "WASHINGTON LAST WINTER. LATERCULUS PR0JICIEXS-TI1E SQUIRTING BRICKBAT, AND THE PLUMBERS REVEXGE. REMEMBRANCES RENEWED ON THOUGHTS OF EASTER MORN. COltR. ASTOIilAK. ' Washington, April 17. Geol ogy has demonstrated that in com paratively recent times, some two hundred thousand years ago; a polar climate extended southward as far as to the tropics, and vast glaciers moved slowlv down our great river alleys. The learned greolosrist can take vou to the hill sides and point out to you the scars left on the everlasting rocks by the glacial teeth as they ground their relentless way down the ravine, lie will show you the morraines and the places where the glacier ceased, by melting, and where a. stream had its source. He will show you the big boulders, transported for main' miles from their native hills; tell you how they were split by...

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. — 6 May 1881

03 SEj mm.- ij. m mi m. i.rrB Wit JlnilB JMtmAfm. AST R1 A. O K KG( N : PKIDAY -MAY 6. 1881 . C. IRELAND Editor. A History or Woman Suffrage. Miss Susan B. Anthony was in -New York recently looking ex ceedingly well, though somewhat fatigued from the long winter of hard work which she has bestowed upon the history of woman suff rage in this country, which she and Mrs. Elizabeth Cady Stanton, with the assistance of Mrs. Matilda Joslyn Gage, are busy in compil ing. There are no other women in this country who could do this work so well, who have stood from first to last so persistently and fearlessly in the breach, ns these; and no others to whom the honor in New York state .so truly be longs of having rid women of their most flagrant legal disabilities in the ownership of property and children. Whatever individual opinion may be in regard to the right to vote, every one must ad mit the courage, the steadfastness, the unflinching heroism with which they have lived down all attacks, an...

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. — 6 May 1881

(3) gto giniXrj stroisnu ASTORIA, OREGON: FRIDAY - MAY 0, 1SS1 ISSUED EVERY MORNING. (Monday Excepted,. D. C. Ireland, Editor and Proprietor Asiortati Jiuilding, Cass street. Terms of Subscription : aervod by Carrier, per wook. ....Vi Cents Sent by mail. fourmonths....-....... ..' Ou Sent by mail, ono year.....-.................. 9 Free of 1'ostnce to subscribers. e Advertisements inserted by the ear at tbo rate of $1 o ir square ifcr menth. Transieat advertising, by the day or week, 5Ft7 cents ior square for each insertion. Tuo WivKlj- Aslnriuu. Is :i iiiamiiioth sheet, exactly double the size of tin: Daily. It is just the iia pnr for the finside, containing in addi tion to nil the cwn.'nt news, choice niib celluny, agricultural mailer, market re KrLs, etc. It is liinnslicd to single sub scriber ut -J uu pei year in advance. 2S?"A limited iituiuer of iunll adver tisements inserted .it established rate. TiiEOITY. ll!K 1II.V .V10SUAA flit ht fCItt 1U HttttnlZtxHf a month. Jrveof wttt...

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. — 6 May 1881

. yweij ' i STF-J- W) nff'f "'BTT""'iTTw ifTb7iWl P11 ASTORIA. OltERON: FRI A"Y MAY G. 1K8J CBVIMERCUUH) TRADE. fi Mil IICM'll. ili. Hi imi mi iv-hHrf m mia rHuoi-eii 54 per cent Com ii.ihc m jnw trk buying t'r: selling. to 1 rmrommt. Legal !Feiidwir. T&)egraAte tramfe m Xe Yrk 1 ir cvm. prmmlttm. PORT OF ASTORIA HKAHY Fit SKA. TbmU4 51 br !. ShAtrill SATI.KO. Oreeaa s. 9R mh.. 1'oMmimi. V Ma 3 UHH,Mr 1 Mate f Oatrferaw. t. DrtKy. X K AtHrH (MffornM. 4r. ?4 UMM.aMiH.SM April M Xertfc KmhI bkt W toMsMerraii. i f April 4S. OUTSIDE WITH PltiUTS OX IK) Mil). Mary WuMeH Rr Wfc Jqiie .Mb)- 4 Oinn CraBt, br hk. K tHfs. Jmhw. f Lifer. Mer4 Mrei. eh. 11 tHM. Lwtl. X Y May i ARHIVAIJS FROM SEA. WeMoet. bkt. 861 t. Jewi. Sun I'cdra Mar Marion King br bk B ten Kfe .Janeiro Mar Columbia. &. 2741 tens HeM S 1. Mnj- 2 Exoleur. Urbk Pwh. May S Oakworth. br sh . Ykobama. via S F Mar Gen "Wright U S tr Deftnr Yaqwiaa hay AprH 29 Mary K Ras sh h T Ajwil Shnbriok. U S Lilit-ie r. Uvereen, serth...

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. — 7 May 1881

en .V -" Vol. xv. A.storia, Oregon. Saturdav Morning, May 7, 1881. No. 6. 5? Umlo WpJVJvJrJlWl' if the mm: FROM MICHIGAN TO ALASKA. I10W THE BOVXDARY LIXE BE TWEEN AMERICA AND BRIT ISH TERRITORY IS MARKED. New York lici-aiti. Xot one in a thousand, perhaps, of the fifty millions of people living in the United States knows how their country is bounded ori the line between the United States and the British territory. It will be interesting, therefore, to know how the northern boundary has been traced and marked. The work is now completed, except as to the territory of Alaska, ceded by Russia to us under the treaty of ISO?. Ever since the treaty of Ghent we have been establishing our northern boundary with Brit ain until a year or two ago, when the work was finally completed by a joint commission, consisting of Maj. Donald R. Cameron, Royal artillery: Capt. S. Anderson, Koyal engineers, and Capt. A. 0. Ward, Royal engineer.'-, for Great Britain, and Archibald Campbell and Capt. V. J. T...

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. — 7 May 1881

C2) illxr Una IB tmAsL ST"RIA.)UKC)S: SATURDAY -MAY 7, ISX1 9.O. IltKLA.MJ Lclltor. Pnihalily True. The following Washington dis patch of the 3th, probably asserts a fact : " It is freely asserted to day that if the republican senators, comply with the presidents wish es and select some person, other than Gorham, as candidate ior sec retary of the senate, the vote of Mahone will not be had. It is mainly through Gorlmin'b personal influence that Senator Mahone was brought into close relation with the republicans of the senate and he will not consent to allow Gorham to be set aside. It looks to many persons as though Mahone is master of the situation, and any at tempt to throw Gorham overboard, will result in the icpublicans not only loosing the organization of the senate, but control of commit tees at the next session." The Conference at Paris. It is difficult to understand what is expected of the International monetary conference now in session in Paris. The delegates meet as irresp...

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. — 7 May 1881

C3 X ? lliz Bniln &satitoitu ASTORIA, OREGON: SATURDAY 31 AY 7, 1S31 ISSUED EVERY MORNING. (Monday Excepted. O. C. Ireland, Editor and Proprietor AsioriaH Building, Cass Strett. Terms of Subscription : 5r7ed by Carrier, r-er weak............ ..25 Cents Sent fay mail, four months ?S 00 X Sant fay mail, one year.....-. ....... fl 0 Free of Pwtaee to Subscriber. tt& Advertisements inserted fay the year at the rate of SI ier square per month. Transient a.lvoUimc, by the day or week, fifty centa per square for each insertion. Tin WrcMy .Worinti Is a mammoth sheet, exaelly double the size of tin Jhiilv. 11 is just tin: pa per for the fireside, ronlaininu in ailtli tion to nil tin rum-tit news, choice niis cellunv. agricultural matter, market re port. et. It i limiislied to single sb-seriber.- at 6-' w iK-r year hr advance. ;fA limited niimuer of Mital! ai'-.t-r-tiseinent-s in.i-reii :d established sale-.. THE CITY. Iiik Uii. Aroi:i hiSI aituinlZTiVfntt l mmtk.ftri (ntt4tfi Air' Ti...

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. — 7 May 1881

l"4pyRH? ! V "Wit .?-um &V!,-r;. -& ' "frh-' "W"- ci Chamber of Commerce of Astoria. Reeular meeting every 1st and 3d Monday or eacli month, at H r. m.. in the hall of the Young Men's Cliristian Association. J. Q. A. HOWLHY. President MONTHS FOR ft 50 THE VEEKLY ASTORIA. OREGON: SATURDAY MAY 7. 188 COMMEBGEJUID TRADL riiiHiicinl. ilvor, at par. Com exchange on San Francisco K jer cent premium. Coin oxenanco on New York buying par: soiling. Vt lo 1 percent. Legal Tenders far."- - Telegraphic transfers on New fork 1 per cent, premium. PORT OF ASTORIA. ready yon SEA. Thurland Castle br sh Ult ton. Shanghai April 15 SAILED. Oregon ss. 2M tens. PoWman. S F MayS Lizzie Ircdalo. lw bV (SI Urn. Mesfip. Qefi- tovro. Mar 1 State of California, a. '. twin. "Vlmey. J 1' April 29 Ualiforma. str. Cii iMM.Otrnitt. Sitka April 39 North Rend bkt 37r. toiiOItrrri&Fi. h 1' April SS. OUTSIDE VriTJJ PILOTS OX ItOAttD. Meroia. nh. l3MteB.LweS!.X Y Mr 1 AUKIVAIjS 1'IWil SKA. o Maty Bbb4w1 Br 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. — 8 May 1881

01 . JV . - i - Astoria. Oregon, Sunday Morning, May 8, 1881. No. 7. Vol. xv. .& PlWijJ t pecks so -ADMINISTERS A REBUKE TO A CERTAIN CLASS OP PAPERS. A PLEA FOR A XEW PROFESSOR SHIP TX FEMALE COLLEGES. not a i-xirmnxc matthi: i:y any MEANS. A Irrj Sad Var. We are sorry to see so many of the humorous papers find any fun in the incident of the girl at Keo kuk who was hugged to death by her lover. lie had proposed to tier, in her fathers parlor, and she had accepted him, and in a mo ment of ecstacy he hugged her to his breast, and she died at once. The young man was horror-strick en, and called her parents, it is supposed that she died of heart disease. The case was very sad indeed, and papers should not make fun of occurrences that bring so much sadness. However, while this case is fresh in the minds of old and young, vi will embrace the opportunity, and em brace it gently, for fear we will kill it, to again impress upon young people what we have o of ten advised, and that is to ...

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. — 8 May 1881

OJ gftc Qnihl staimx. ASTORIA. OREGON: SUNDAY MAY 8, 1881 . C. IRELAND ... i:Utor. Froude writes to the London Times that in 1871 Carlyle gave .him the manuscript of his reminis cences, with instructions attached thereto. Froude expressed the opinion that a greater part .df the reminiscences should be published as it was. Carlyle replied that be left the matter to Froude. He accepted the trust only out of re gard for Carlyle, and two years ago surrendered it lo Carlyle niece. He should he very loth to give further explanation. On a certain day, years ago, two men and an Indian 'squaw arrived at a swamp spot with a wagon. They went to work and Muck up a rude shanty. A man snot a woodchuck and the squaw skinned and cooked it. They ate the woodchuck, ihen they all crawled into the shanty and went to sleep. These proceedings, ridiculous as they may seem, are to be cele brated in grand style with much braying of trumpets, and beating of drums. Much gunpowder is to be fired and several me...

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