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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 8 May 1881

O). "s. 'glxz gilB gvsisrfcnk ASTORIA, OREGON: SUNDAY -MAY S, 15S1 C03IIaG-C03LE. List of Passengers by Steamer State of California To-day. Intlclr or Tn o Daj from Trlnco. .ISSUED EVERY MORNING (Monday Ceoifted:, I. C. Ireland, Editor anil Proprietor AaUnruiH liHOdinq, Cast Street. Terms of Subscription : aorvod by Oarnor. er woot. ......25 Coats sent by mail, four months... . ..5 04 ent by mail, one year... 9 0Q Free of PiHta to Subscriber. 4 " Advertisements inserted by the year at tbo rate of SI " ir sm&mi por raontli Transient advertlmnK. by tbe day or week, 3fly cents por sHare for each insortien. (I A Bums fc w H N Holt II Wallaie Jos Hume WHAllister S Colin It Ak'XftiHit-i A .1 Miteheli N Hall Mrs McKcw & c A K liarrv Mrs II Wiif if Lieut Hern A: w J V .Smith Mrs C shnrp Mrs J 11 IVm .V e Thus Ortei j .1 A C,&ii i MisTIIilex riu lw:. vpm-iaa i' ' fr!i'n!!lww TflrtrftitTSKrtt" a nv&lk. metifirtaet- Ran-1 y j j Qor(oli & f The Mrrklj Aslonan Is a mammoth sh...

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. — 8 May 1881

CH t Jg&e gail stsvlmx. ASTORIA. OREGON: SUNDAY. MAY 8. 1SSJ COMMERCE AND TRADE. Financial. ilvor, at par. Coin exchange on San Francisco i per cent premium. Coin exchange, on Now York buying par; soiling, Vt to 1 porcont. Legal Tenders par. Telegraphic transfers en 2ew i'ork 1 per' cent, premium. PORT OF ASTORIA. READY FOR SEA. Thurland Castle br sh 1 34 teas. Skanghfti AprH li SAI1.KD. Orecon si. 2355 tons. Pohlman. S F My 3 Lizzie Iredale. br bk OW tens. Mewep. Quwcs- tenvn, Mar 1 California. Btr. C7 tons.CarraW.Sitlct April 30 North IJend bkt 27fi tensMenrman. U V April 2. . OUTSIDE WITH PILOTS OX BOARD. Ames Oswald, br sJi. 15-W tees. .McCibben. Cardiff. Mar ' Merom. sh, 1S01 tens. Lan-ett. X Y May ( ARRIVAL FROM SEA. o Karl of Airlie br bV fwno WeMiaeton X 7. May 7 Mary itlnndoll Br bk W) teas. Calvert. Ifjunjue may u Clan Graat.br bk-WW tons. !.. fm LnerpoeL MavC W'ebfoot. hit. 301 tens. Leww.. Sw IVdre Mar 5 Marion King br Mc 9 Uhm. Hie .Usetrn Mar Columbia. . 27JI tons ...

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 May 1881

CO ttfftfflk Vol. xv. Astoria. Oregon, Tuesday Morning, May 10, 1881. No. 8. Columbia Rher Bar Improvement." Through favor of Senator G ro ver we are in possession of the following reports, interesting to people of Oregon and Washington territery: rrojcii r .iinj. ;. i (;iiirsii. n of IIimlttcrr. Uniti:i States Km.ixeku Officii, Portland, Oregon, I Jeoembcr 5, 1890. Gi:xki:aj,: 1 have the honor to Mibmit for the consideration of the department a chart of the mouth of the Columbia liver, showing the location and character of an im provement which I now propose as a means for hastening the deepen ing of the channel through the Middle sands inside the bar. On the 7th of December, 1S79, I submitted a plan and estimates for a stone dike on the south side of the entrance, but the project, as is stated in my last annual re port, will cost a great deal of money and will consume a great deal of time, owing to the manner in which appropriations are made for large undertakings. This lat ter co...

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 May 1881

to -.frT'r"j.lf ' m t'tese jE&r BailB ftetmAan. ASTORIA. OKON: TUESDAY MAY 10, 18S1 B.C. IKKLA.t .Editor. A Matter of Facts. "We are printing a newspaper. "We have no enemies to punish, nor friends to reward, by the man ner qL .writing', our .news para. graphs. If we choose to suppress an part of news which niight be damaging to the parties concern ed, it is nevertheless news ; and our act has been prompted by a motive of simple kindness to the persons or person immediately in terested. But when suoh persons or person set themselves up as censors to criticise an act intended as a benefit to them solely, and we hear of it, we shall piobably not be so careful again, to cover their omissions. We have proper re spect for all, disrespect for none. "We, too, must be respected where respect is due to us. Sensible men will be willing to compre hend this status of a newspaper. And, so far as we are concerned, we intend to let them know here after that an item of news on the street is no ...

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 May 1881

Cs) gto ail2 Sstotfsm. ASTORIA, OREGON: TUESDAY MAY 10, 1SS1 ISSUED EVERY MORNING. (Monday Excepted), D. C. Irclnml, I'dltor and I'roprlctor Attoriun Building , Cuts rttraei. Terms of Subscription : aervod by Carrier, per week ........"5 Cents sent by mail, four month.....- .. .5 00 ent by mail, ono yoar........... ................. 9 00 freo of PoUaee to Subscriber. -Adreruoment3 inserted by tbeyeur at tho rat of cl M i.er square por month, j rraneieui advertising, by the day or week. J 3fty conta ier square for oacli insertion. Tlte Weekly A!oi-iau. !, a mammoth Nheet, evactly double the size of the Daily. It is just the pa per for the fireside, containing in addi tion to all the run cut news, choice inis eellnnv. iiifrieiiltimil matter, market re ports, etc. It i- tiinii-liiMl to single sub- j -en hern nts: oo per year m aovance. l-ty"A liiuited luunner f mjihII adver tisements inserted At established rte. TIIEJDITY. Ins Dui.v avtokia.n W Jw rrnl Uy iwi'a?"." mm. a iHmUt.woi )Hii...

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 May 1881

&& ftnity sixvisxu ASTORIA. OREGON: TUESDAY ......MAY 10 1881 COMMERCE AM TRADE. Pinnitcinl. ilver, at par. Coin exchange on San Francises K per cent premium. Coin exchange on lcvr York buying par; selling. 14 to 1 percent. Legal Tenders par. . Telegraphic transfers on New i'ork 1 per cent, premium. PORT OF ASTOKIA. READY yon SKA. SAILRD. Columbia es 272 tew BoHe S F. May 9 Thurland Castle lr hh l.MS tn. Shanclmi My 3 Mary K Russ seta San DieRe Ma 8 Oregon ss. 2235 tons. I'oMman. S F Mj 3 Lizzie Itodale. br 1A OK Khw. Mesep. Quotas town, May 1 Cilifomia. str. 674 ton-.. Carroll. SitU April 38 North Bend bkt STB toDsMsrrjman. J V April 23. ARRIVALS FROM SEA. Liaaic Hell, br Mc IWtiH. Merjiwnl. Sltaushai. May9 Merom. Bk. 1381 tens. Ledl. X Y May 5 Victoria Cros. br bk. teat. Own, Calcutta. Mayfi Acnes Osn-ald. br il. ! tMf. MduMwa. Cardiff, Mar" btato of California, ss.'im tons. Debnoy. S K Mai 8 Ible of Enn br bk f roi WHmcUu X 7. Ma ' Mary Blundell Ur h. MS :. Calvert. Iquwu...

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. — 11 May 1881

CO aHOBGOHMMBa No. 9. Astoria. Oregon, "WednesUav Morning, May 11, 1881. Vol. xv. iij Conccrnr.r risnln? lio.tl. Our Washington correspondent, under date of the "J-lth, sends us the following from the official rec ords ot the treasury : Trensutx DajMirtJnant. " , I Soeond Ooiniitrollor a Office. . Washington. D. O. April 23. Ism. J Hon. II. r. French, Assistant Secretary of the Treasury Sir. : Replying to your verbal sug gestions in connection with tlio in closed telegram in regard to lights on the boats used at the fisheries on the Columbia river, I have the honor to present the following points for your consideration : The business in which these bouts are engaged is local, and their purpose is not voyaging up and down the river, or across the river ; they arc not journeying from place to place ; they are not " navigating" the river m the usual and ordinary sense of the word. Hence they are not necessarily within the letter of the act. They are not within the spirit of the act bec...

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. — 11 May 1881

w lr DnaAr; ;? tauten. WEDNESDAY MAY 11 lKhl a . ii:klim uutor. Archibald Forbes, celebrated as a war correspondent, is an invalid in San Francisco. Gen. Hawley denies that he had a row with Conkling in caucus, or declared he would not vote for Gorham. A New York dispatch of the 9th says : Mrs. Garfield is seri ously ill from nervous prostration, and is threatened with malarial fever. It is understood that Lamar favored confirmation of Stanley Matthews. The rest of the com mittee opposed it. Conlding asd Garland were absent. It is now stated that there is no chance of an arrangement be tween rival Atlantic cable com panies, and the prospect is that there will be competition at a shilling per word tariff. A bill abolishing the tax nn shipping has passed the Massa chusetts house by a good majority, and was expected to receive sim ilar treatment in the senate. Rhode Island and New York have taken the initial steps looking to the same reform, and it would be a wise move on the part o 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. — 11 May 1881

-"' -JB'P- r p). taittBkeaBMaiiie11 glis ailB si0tfteik ASTORIA, 011KG0X: "WEDNESDAY.. MAY 11, 1SS1 ISSUED EVERY MORNING. (Monday Excepted!, I. C. Ireland, Ihlitor ami I'rojiriftor Astvnan Building, Cass lrci. Terms of Subscription : served by Carrier, per weak ..........25 Conu Sent by mail, four months.. . .......J 00 Sent by mail, cne year......... ... . 9 W free of Potneo to subscriber. J Advertisements inserted by tbeyear at :be rato of SI .V) per squure per month. Transient ailrortisinc. by the day or woek, Ifty cents per square for each insertion. Tlif WiTly .Woi-iau. I-. a maiiiuiolii hcet. exactly double the size of Hit Daily. Jt is, just tho pa per for tho firesld rontaimiix in addi tion to all the cunent ncv.s, choice mis cellan.aj;nruttural matter, market re ports, etc. J L i- iurmtiifd to single sub seribers at ?- ) -r u.r in Hdvunee. $;Aiiiuiled iuniir of Miiall adver tisements i"ertd t established rates. 'HE CITY. IHF Dvil.1 AsJ:iA tdlt rttli J it'iil 4il " ci-t a tHi...

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. — 11 May 1881

m mm 'gte & stotfmx. ASTORIA. OREGON: "WEDNESDAY MAY 11 1SSJ COMMERGEAKD TRADE. riuanclnl. ilvor, at par. Coin cvchango on San Francisco 3 Por cont premium. Coin exchange on New Yerfc buying par; Belling, 14 to 1 percont- Legal Tendera pa'r. Telegraphic transfers'en New York 1 per cent, premium. FORT OF ASTORIA. READY FOR SKA. SAILED. AtbelsUn, brlk Lirerpoel.Mar 18 Columbia. e. 2721 tons Holies 8 F. May 9 Thurland Castle br sh litS tons. Shanghai Slaj S Mary V. Bass sell ban Diego Jl 3 Oregon es. 2335 ton. Pelilmcn. S F Ma 2 Lizzie Irfdale. br bV 09S ton. Me?sop. Queen- town. Mar 1 California. 8tr. G71 tons. Carroll. SitVa April 30 North Bend blct 37f, tonsMermnan b F Apnl 23. ARRIVALS FROM SKA. Lizric Bell, br bfc IKfitons. Morsaard. Shanghai. May 9 Merom. all, 1201 tons. Lowell. N Y May S ViotortaCrost. br bit. Ml" tons. Owen. Calcutta. May8 Agnes Ostrald. br sh. 13M) tons. MoOibben. Cardiff. May 8 State of California, us. 2JW ton. Debnoy. S K May8 Isle of Erin br bk frow Wel...

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 May 1881

(' 5 SB ' sAm m Vol. xv. Astoria, Oregon, Thursday Morning, May 12, 1881. So. 10. WM $ (I tu Tlic Star 3inil Service. None know better than those who have had experience as to the benefits of the Star mail service. Speaking from the standpoint of tins class is the following from the Laramie, "Wyoming, Boemerang: What we want to get at more particularly, is the fact that a number of star routes in the west are far more expensive institutions to their operators than the philoso phers of the east ever dreamed of. For instance, the Rock creek stage line, operated by A. S. Patrick, is a route extending over 100 miles of country, through which it is an enormous expense to operate a daily stage line. As a matter of fact, the former contractor, who only made weekly service at 12, 000 per year, busted up in busi ness, and his stock was sold under the sheriffs hammer. Now came Patrick Brothers and said: "Here, we cannot afford to operate the Rock creek line as a weekly, but make it a daily, w...

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 May 1881

(11 gto $nilB v-5t0Klun. ASTORIA- OREGON THURSDAY. ..MAY 12. 1881 CIUBLt.NU... .Editor. The Narrow Gauge. Mr. Win. Reid who was a pas senger by the last steamer depart ing from Oregon; not for Scotland, as a cotemporary in Portland sug gests, but for San Francisco, pos siblv for Omaha. The exact nature of Mr. Reids business is of course not altogether a matter for the public, and yet it is. Rail roading is a. business which the whole public are interested to know as much about as possible. Some of Mr. Reids movements, at this particular junctuic of affair in Oregon, are watched with deep inteiest. AVe understand that the Oregonian railway company (limit ed) offer their plant for sale. That half a million more than it cost them lias been offered bv icsnon sible persoiib, but in consequence of their previous r.erjotiiitions with the Central Pacific lailroad com pany they fee! under obligation to Huntington & Co. to the evtent that they will not cloo out the plant to oiitcis until ...

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 May 1881

C3) glw SnxlB gvSiorxsn, ASTORIA, OREGON: THURSDAY - MAY 12. 18S1 ISSUED EVERY MORNING. (Monday Excepted). D. C. Irelauri, Editor niirt Proprietor Axtorian Iiu.Udhtq, Cass troet. Terms of Subscription : se.vod by Carrier. per wook 35 Cents Sent by mail, four monihs........... .58 00 Sent by mail, ene year ...................... fl o0 Free of I'ostxse te Sbcribw. Common Council Proceedings. Council met in regular session, Mayor D. C. Itvlaml presiding, May 10, 1S8L Councilmen present Jiaker, IJead inirton, Spesarth and Wright. Ah- i sent Halm and Sture. In attendant -II. H. Gardwoll, auditor and clerk, and W. J. Barry, chief of police. Minutes of last meotiit read and ' approved. I'KTITIOXS. From S. Kinney, Aug. Davidson, J. Ti. Osbom and others, asking the council to pass an ordinance to regu late the blowing (if steam whistles, was referred to the committee on health t Astoria Public School. Overland in "Winter. Referring to an item concerning the Tho following 13 a summary of the ...

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 May 1881

W mu.J.nfft.Li nimini.j. .jmiI .Ijtf-'.JIJ "JJ . S'aalTj storimx. AST()RI. OREGON: THURS 'A MAY 12 IKK 00 h MERGE AHD TRADE. Athelston, br bk UvrpI.Mari OoUimWa. s. 2TM Um BoNm S K. May 4.1717 r-4.s i'AOJ ifa. Aba , Mfc Stn, Tilltwart, M I Lucie Bel: br W. )W totw .Mot-gaar. Sbwitu .May !t Merom. sh. 1S1 :m. Lowrtl. X V Mny Victoria &, tc fck. M t-.. Ohuji. CaiottUn Mays Anes OtvmltJ. br .b. J 2 Umm. .MeMi. Cardiff. .May State of California. . 'irt teas. Dsbney. h K Ma S I.le of Kriu Ur W. 1 iwi aUMict4Hi K ZMyT Mry JIlHDdH I'.r !" Ml I.. Oiitwrt. lHte Mbj 5 Clan (Irani. hrM.. m. Jawt. fm Ijwh.1.' Ma 6 Webfoot. bU. 2fll tHs. I.ewh-. Sun J'odre Hay 5 Manoa King br bk KW ibk IZm J-r Mt 5 I.iolerer. br bk 1'eru. Ma? 2 Oal worth, brhh. Vwfcotuwm. via S V Ma 3 5en Wright V S tr !: YaiM hv Afw.1 2 Sbubriek. U b I.izM-Imhi!; Mr. Krs. netth April 23 Geo Bew1or.br sl WW km.. Bwlef. Yl.ViaHa Aprils. Adulia. himmsk l. Mah 1 1. Jan 1 m Victoria April IT. I'asitUa. br bk SSTWhjh. Wm. ltiril....

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 May 1881

"i jjxf GO Pi.'.J'"!?'" immn ftSMf Astoria. Oregon, Friday Morning, May 13, 1881. 5To. 11. Vol. xv. NEW MEXICO Tiie Turquoise Mountains- CerriUos Flacers-The Golden Grant CerriUos, New .Mexico, is- a Na tion on the Atchison, Topekn and Santa Fe milrond, a town that Ims sprung up in the lust few months on the lank of the Galisteo, and right in the midst of the placer diggings Coal of the best qual ity abounds there, making it a place where smelters, crushers, stamp mills and roasters will be built. On the way to CerriUos from Santa Fe, about half way up the mountain, is one of the old Spanish, or more probably, Aztec turquois mine. The veins of this most precious gem, which Persia has supplied to the world, are found in a limestone, varying in thickness, purity and color, and was sought for by Mexicans and Pueblos to make into charms, trinkets, beads and other orna ments, but. now a commercial value is found for it, and one of those old mines is be'iug reopened. You can imagine Mmcth...

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 May 1881

W) mb BBi ti&mmmmi&ma mmi ! ;Eftr JjUixlQ toriiitu ASTORIA-OREGON' FKIDAY .. MAY 13. 18SJ B. C. IKKL1MI .Ltfltor. "Lei them Come." Is everybody in love with Uncle Sam, not governments, but the people are animated with a desire to come over from the old world and make homes in the new. The fever for emigration is confined to no particular nation. It pervades everywhere abioud east, west, north and south. Sweden and Norway are two of the latest in stances where the emigration has broken out. A contract, it is said, has been entered into for carrying 00,000 Swedes and Nor wegians to Huil, in England, from which place they will be shipped to this country and settle in the northwest, where the climate is more to their liking than the 'summer temperature farther south. These immigrants will prove a iirst-classs acquisition. They are iiidustri-ouc, frugal, intelligent, and are all able to iead and write. We only i epeat wlml is said of them by a New Yoik jurnal, let them come. Hash...

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 May 1881

vkAs D) V xz giislri steiarau ASTORIA, 'OREGON: FRIDAY MAY 13, 1SS1 ISSUED EVSP.Y MORNING. Monday ExceKedi. II. V. Iri-laud, Ildllor ami Proprietor AxloritUi. Btiifilhuj, ' SfrttL Terms Of Subscripihm : aoivod by Carrier. per wek.. ..... Certs ?ent by mail. four iBMtk.... ,..5X i Mp!nt by mail, one year.. ....... i Froo of Posture t Subscriber. CJS" Advmemenu marred by Ike year at borate of SI -VJ ierfennre por month. Transient ailvortiiiins, by the day or week, ifty cents ior wmHre for wwh ine ertien. The Wei'M Astwrmii. Is a iMHiitmotli :lieel, csacth double the six of the Duilj. It jttsi thv nit per for the lirc-side. eonUinhijj in addi tion lo ail the curient news, ehoice mis cellany, agrieiilttirsl matter, market re ports, etc. Jt is tarnished li siiiplt sulv sfrihi'is al ?2 OO per yas in advance. l-f limited utim.H-i of sural! tuier tisenients inserted M 'stablislied tale. TiEOITY. I hk lii. AMotiAv . t ly n i-Uitrvtf-4i mmtth. ( ;w. i:tmi- r t'iw iiHirwtilif IU -ISC' fnrm thr...

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 May 1881

y m t , t pally) starfrm. AST iRI . ORRCON IFRID MAY 13 iv-1 'H 4fT-- m "BADE. AU.B. AtlMb&a brfafcUwvopl Mar 10 Ootaraw n4 om jvie s f. at? j A'fti I'. J .V fft . Atytissch bUrr. TittMnot. Mer M L&ftBeU. WU MttM &lfMWl HWtL'b.. MKtan !2Mtao LMNtl.X Y Mr S MtonaCri. It I. U. 0w. tUwtU U S Ai?OtftM.rr-li.li McUtMNNi.t'anliff. AV s sut r caifrBMi. - u. nttjw-. s r Isle ef Erin r M frmn XMmKtn N" Z Mr 7 Man MuiwlH lit bk W UHW Calvert. I(HHBe Mjj S Clan Grant. wMttl tMW. .!. fm I.ivervw. Mat 6 WebfoeU bit. M tens. Lewis. .Sail I'eJre May 5 Manen Kibk br bk m t Kw Jr Mar Exulorer. brbk Pru. Mm 3 OaV worth, br ah. Yekhaa. a S 1" "laj 3 GenWnsht U h sir Dmr Yalia ha April S ShultncV. U h Lieit-louee ntr. Kmmb, Berth ApnJ :M Adulia. bpanwh bk Stanly F I. Jan 2 v VieterHi Aprl 27 Fasitha. br bk S7 t.. Wort. LrnJ. la Vio- torm April 27. beU.irksfctre.br tfc. r!ttsAiKlertM.fMi Cardiff April 2S Portland, bit S K Apl ii EtIrtBks. br 1.. IW tens. Park-. Ykaia April I'ESSKLSJH 7111'. ...

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 May 1881

'CO fie Astoria. Oregon, Saturdav Morning, May 14, 1881. No. 12. Vol. xv. 2t0t0ffttl BRADY TO THE ITKLIC. A LEXGT11T CAItD IX DErEXSE OF HIS OFFICIAL ACTIOS. HE DENIES THi: CHARGES 01" COR RUPTION AND ASKS EOR AN IM MEDIATE INVESTIGATION-NEWSPAPER BLACKMAILERS RESPONSI BLE FOE THE RECENT SENSATION. The following cind from ex assistant Postmaster-general Brady was addressed to tin New York Herald : "The eminently fair spirit in which you treat, in this mornings issue, the so-called star service scandal, ptompts me to ad dress you this brief communica tion. Up to this time 1 have satis fied inyf-irli with a general denial of the charges made by a clns of newspaper correspondent who either do not care to know the facts, or, knowing them, deliber ately misrepresent them. In say-in"- this T do not overlook tin- fact that a great many newspapers, misled by the statements of these malicious correspondents, have been honestly led to ceiiMin me and the postofiiee department in seven; teims. ...

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 May 1881

i M : nitmyiu u- i t nvniM.-.vra."ik,-mJHkH-.;JZ lxt teiXt sloxtettu ASTOTUA- OKEBON. SATURDAY MAY 14. 1SSJ B.C. UtELV.M) .Editor. Mr. Billings Steps Out. A. dispatch from Philadelphia yesterday furnishes the statement that a compromise is impending between the Billings and Villa! d parties by which the Northern Pacific railroad controversy is to be settled Mi. Billings retiring from the presidency of the com pany and the Villard party getting half the board of directors. The dispatch is from whcie sources of information relative to the com pany are controlled by tltc present management. Expedited Konles. The arrest of beveral parties in Philadelphia, ou charges of fraud in connection with the star route service, will help to bring about a thorough inquiry into :he subject. Those arrest, liwvever, the Aha thinks, are not sufficient. If, as reported, the Attorney-general considers Senator Dorsey mixed up in the fraud:-, he should be ar rested. If second assistant Postmaster-general B...

Publication Title: Daily Astorian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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