ELEPHIND.COM search the world's historical newspaper archives
From:  To: 
click here to view elephind tips
Elephind Tips
To find items containing all the words:
John Quincy Adams
Simply type the words:
John Quincy Adams
To find items containing the exact phrase:
John Quincy Adams
Put the phrase in quotes:
"John Quincy Adams"
To find either of the words:
president, congressman
Type OR between the words:
president OR congressman
For more tips take a look at the search tips page.
bubble pointer to elephind tips
click here to subscribe our mailing list
Search limited to
Clear all
Title: Daily Astorian, The Delete search filter
Elephind.com contains 4,273 items from Daily Astorian, The, samples of which are listed below. All items from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire collection of 2,949 newspaper titles in Elephind.com.
4,273 results
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 14 May 1881

m - i ASTORIA, OREGON: SATURDAY MAY 11. 1SS1 ISSUED EVERY BIORHING, lndny tJxceito4 . II. C. Ireland, Editor and I'roprlffor AxlttruiH UtUUlUuf, Ciis street. Terms of Subscription : Reived by Carrier. pr wok ,:S Cottu iout by mail, four manthh....... ............ .it Otf Sent by aiuil, cno year................ - . H '"0 Free of PHtee t SubacrilMra. e-tr AdvortitoweHif inserted by the your at 'honitefnMiMunilmDtL. I Iranwoni adverumne. by the diiy r week, I 5fty cents r S'iiihto fer och insertion. I Tin WMKl3' Astoriau. 1 :i mammoth slnvt. exactly l(iu!w! I the -i7.e il the iaiiy. n is jiisi uh- ia- ( nor for tw fueside. oittaiiihi ig in anm- tuisi to all ill,- euneiit :, cIm.1m: mis-. jMirt-., Vir. It is iiu uisli.M to singh, mU- i -ribiTs at 2 00 iM-r your in jMlvatH-e. j Zgr timiU'd iiuu.JHT ot miili atvtr- j tisi'inenls iiisii-UMl At .siablislH'd rats.l TIIEOITY. 1111- 1IAII.V AVIKI4 NW - "! '1,1,.. ltnMtM U U 1,;..Lv ,MiMl bv! U'lii It' rift 1 Mi;4f75ivMh:Mrwtt.mtMr-MfiK.7.'nM-j...

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 May 1881

C V 3z inlu s&8xxnn. 1IISCELLA1TE0US. &USCELLANEOUS. C. K. 3HVANT. - j.i-j...!..' ..! J HB3M M B1-" '' "-ll M-TlWItiTMUmtr ."Mhl I J M B"B mm aBiM -r-WT--S-A-ra- . S. A. Tre1- ASTORIA. OREGON: SATURDAY MAY 14, 1881 COMMERCE AND TRADE. POUT OF ASTORIA.. READY FOR SKA. mi of Oatifomia. wb. tiM iads. Dafeney. fc K May 13 PertlaBd. Met. Ohrh. S F May 13 Goo Hewter. Ih- xh WW tH. Hewtetr. nestw May l. (Mf f A vr br Mc. Ml mmm. Atexas4f Queen -lo Mar 12 A.ILF.D. bhlBet. Mm QneMsiMri3. May 1 Athetstan, fcr WL. Linnml.MH Mi A Hill VA ii I'JiOil SKA . Oregon as. itt tons. 1'rtMmnn. S F May 13 IlarWt IHack. 1A. M7 ts. VmIml Mar 1 Alpfoa . htarr. 'ftMartMl. Mm M 14mm IMt. to bk W ln. Mot-Ktuwd. MoHHtba. .May Mrom. ah. 1S! tons. 1aw-H. X Y Ma Viut VH. to VA. ttw. Owwm. CalewM. May b Asrnes Oswald. Ih- h. I . MeCtMrnN. VmMK. .May s lrii of KrtN r Wc fwwa "Awt4 X Z May 7 Maty lMtH4W Itr 14. tail imm. Oafcwrt. IiMiw May ft Oten Onuii. Ik- M. HW U.. Jmme. ft lnMwl. Mav 6 WebfweU UM. tus. Iw...

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 May 1881

(I. Tffiy. Astoria. Oregon. Sundav Morning, May 15, 1881. No. 13. Vol. xv. M t JrJMJJrJlJl'illr MEXICO. .IS JT WAS AS WJ2 VIXD IT AS JT IS TO in:. THE LAND WHERE EXTREMES MEET SWIOKSTIOX FOll HERBERT SPENCER. City wf Mexico CorreijKHnhiK'e. April 20, 1881. The evening after my arrival in Moj.ico 1 was playing billiaids in the cafe f tlie hotel, and as the tables were very close together 1 naturally inter fered with a tall Caballero at the next table. 1 turned to apologize and he turned to apolegize: 1 stepped back to let him play and he stepped back to let me play, and as I was satisfied that he would wait all night rather than disturb my playing I took my fehot. it this young gentleman, whose man ners were as perfect ac those of a Lord Chamberlain, had fastened himself to the biggest revolver I ever saw; it was strapped around his waist, nor half hidden by his short jacket, and plainly announc ing itself as no plaything. The wearer was a slim stripling with tight black pants, tiny ...

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 May 1881

M gOxr .Bail g-jslaukm. AST Ul A OkfiCON: SUNDAY- MAY 15. 1881 B.C. IICKLlMt LIIIur. Eastern Railroad Connections. A correspondent of the Chicago Inter-Ocean writing from Omaha, the headquarters of the Union Pa ciBc operations, says the most important event in railroad exten sion, excepting only the comple tion of the new southern line to the Pacific coast, is. the grand sys tem of railroad development in Oregon and "Washington territory. Two great corporations have unit ed their efforts for this work, and already the Oregon Railway and Navigation company is pushing its lines through these provinces, and laying a net work of roads, for which the Union Pacific will pro vide an outlet east by a line to be built from Granger, a point about 150 miles east of Ogden, to Port land, Oregon. This line, leaving Granger, strikes out in a north westerly direction, intersecting the Utah and Northern at or near Pocatillo, 123 miles from Granger and on, traversing rich pasture lands over which Mr....

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. — 15 May 1881

O) m gto giulB tstoXau. ASTORIA, OREGON: SUNDAY MAY i: 1SS1 ISSUED EVERY MORNING. (M outlay Excepted:. l. O. Irelaud. Eilllor ami S'rojirlrtttr Astvrtan Building, -' street. Terms of Subscription : seived by Carrier. per iveak ..........25 Cenu sent by mail, four months.... .. .........c 6h ent by mail, one year..... .............. 9 00 Free of Portaice te .Subscriber. & Advertisements inserted by the year at the rate of SI ." ier iuure i-er month. rransiontndvertiMne. by the day or week. 5fty conH per simrofor och insertion. Tlio V-'UI A-tri:iu. 1-, a mammoth lMtt. exact 1 double the size of the lail. It i- just the i lr for Un linMde. roiiiainin hi addi tion to all IhtM'uru'iU ni-vis. choice mis eellam.asrifultural mailer, market re lxiiKele. It iS turniiied lo single Mi-M'libei- a? rJ (K) per -ar hi advance. Z&. limited lmmoci tl -uial! adver ti.emeiit inserted at i4abli.lH!d iat-. THE CITY. I UK 1VI1. AI'KI. Wt' ' -' er rnfHtf'i. n (rm Mm ct1ttn ill' 1 UK Atl"i:iA UtlUt ...

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. — 15 May 1881

00 -' -"T ?fefw niT35 stocfcrn. ASTORIA. OREGON: SUNDAY .. MAY 15. 1IJSJ COMMERCE AMD TRADE. PORT OF ASTORIA RKADI PORSEA. Paitha.brbk tn Wert QniiiwiOfaMy Ezolorer br bV Qieis4wi). Mar 14 Geo Hewlov.br sta WW ts. iiewttw.QHeitewii Ma li. SAILED. State of California, us. JW tens. Debney. b K May 14 County of Ayr br 1 i mm. AtaM4er Qaee.- toivn Ms) 14 Portland. bU Gae. h V Mt 11 Sicnet. bbk Queetmwn. Mj 12 Atholeian, brbk laienteri.Mav ) ARRIVALS I'llQM SKA. Uollaporte br bk. 1W tw. Tate. XcMlt. X S W. Ma j 14 Orecon ss. 232S tons. I'ehlman. S V Ma IX Herbert Ill&oL. bk SIC, Uhw. VeUtf Mr 13 Alpha, noli Man-. TiIUhhh. M W Liz7ie Hetl, br bk l9fi to, Morpnwnl. Shanghai. May!) Merom, sh. 11 tws. I-eH. X Y Mar 5 Victoria Cross, br bk. totw. Ohm, Oaloatta. Mayb Acnes Oswald, br sb. Urn .Mc(hM)b. Cardiff. Mai 8 Isle or Erin br bk f nm WVMmctoti X Z Mi 7 Mary Wnndell Br bk SO twws Cahwrt. Itjuwiee May 3 Clan Grant, br bk. SW ton. .!. fm Lrjal. Mat G WebfooU bkt. 31 tiw. Lewi. Sim I'edr...

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. — 17 May 1881

0 MjMflMj Vol. xv. Astoria. Oregon, Tuesday Morning, May 17, 1881. No. 14. t) Slftilg zVlHi jr Jy Jv Jy M' 1 ! Pilotage and Towage. Portland Commercial Repoiter, IMh. The receut decision of Judge Deady, sustaining and enforcing the state laws regulating pilotage, call up the important question of pilotage and towage as connected with the commerce of the Colum bia river. While it is true that this river possesses sufficient ad vantages to entitle it to confidence, and while it has deptlf water on the bar, and facilities for entrance said to be superior to New York harbor, so that with ordinary pre cautions and facilities its future as a seaport is assured, it is also true that we shall have in the future to cempete with San Francisco and Puget-sound, both of which are grand natural harbors. The best interests of Portland and Astoiia, as well as the interests of the pro ducers whose industry must feed the commeice, require that all needed improvement shall be se cured from the general...

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. — 17 May 1881

--- t yr T 'jmfmwr' !&?$g&glGmt W gftr &nilq storfcro. ASTORIA OKEON: TUESDAY MAY 17. 18SJ .C.inCLAM Editor. The .Reasons Wlir "Work has commenced in earnest on the improvements of the bar at the mouth of Yaquina bay. About twenty-five men are employed di rectly b- the government but the improvement furnishes employ ment for from seventy-five to one hundred persons. Six men are working in the quarry, and they have about one hundred tons of stone -ready for shipment. Four hundred cords of brush are cut and press, it as a tair sample oi tne pueu up near me waier at wueua, arguments advanced by the in- out of which will be built the Pilotage and Towage. The article which we give to-day is from Portlands reputed com mercial journal. We reproduce it merely for the purpose of showing the inconsistencies of the interior MISCELLANEOUS. IMPORTANT I ANNOUNCEMENT: OK THE terior press generally on this topic, though some are worse exagger ated. Not one of those editors write of thes...

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. — 17 May 1881

C3 i glic K!Ig JVstariau. ASTORIA, OREGON: J TUESDAY MAY 17, 1SS1 ISSUED EVERY MORNING. (Monday Excepted!. O. C. Ireland, Editor mid Proprietor AsUtnau Building, Cass Sired. Terms of Subscription : aerved by Carrier, per week...........-.i Cents Sent by mail, fourinonths.........S-'J 00 Sent by mail, one yoar.. ............. 9 00 Froe of Postnee to Sub?cribor. K" Advertisements inserted by the year at :be rate of SI ot per snuure per month. I Trnnsiont advertiainc by tho day or week, fifty cents per square for each insertion. The WwKlj Asloriau. Is a mammoth sheet, exactly double the.M7.eof the Uail. It i jut the imi per for the firfcshle.'eontainini; in audi tion to all the current news, cltoice inis cellany, agricultural matter, market re port, etc. It i lurnKhed to single sul Mriben at S2 (K) per year in advance. ;3fA limited nuinoernl miijiII :uici tisenients inserted .it ftnhliheil late-.. THE CITY. Iiik I)au. aviokja i?H f ; ''j; I -A telegram was teceived yester mailarncnit a...

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. — 17 May 1881

K ,. t. , .uwjumjj b BmKaa&KmmBmsBmmmmaamaammmaiBmemaamKmmmamBmHnmmBBmnamttmmamma -Sue axlg slBxlntts - illSCELLANEOUS. AIISCELLAraOUS. a k. BHYAirr. rtT.VA'WM, BTjZittvsx. ASTORIA.. OREGON: TUESDAY. .MAY 17, 1RK1 COMMERCEJUjD TRADE. PORT OF -TORI it v ao v) h'A. OaVwerth l sh Qewa SlfU OduMo, Spanish IA, atanlej. VterV. May H UxDlorcr. hrbkQueentevrn.Msrll G"o Kowlov.bri WW tH,. Ilewtor. Qienw Ma It SAILED. Pj-itbt. lr M. UTtoM VVi.Qii-sttwHl3j'l aiatc of CftliforiiU e wt DeVr.ef 1 Mar H Uountj of Ar br Mc 4 WR-. AkxaoderQueen- town May 14 Portland. bVt Gas P lln 11 Signet. bM. Qufceusmwn. May 12 ARRIVALS FltUit UFA. Martha Tislier. lirl.V.iMI tatw MeAdam.ICewsas tie. J W. Maj lt Bellaporto. br IA 1j0 tons. Tata. Xeiratle. X S vv.jw.ai Jl Oreson as. '585 tons. rMmM. S F Ma 13 Herbert Black, 1A MT tetw. Victoria May 13 Alpha, sen suit. TillamoeU. Ma Id Lizzie Hell, br bk. 1W6 tens. Mersnard, bhanghai Maj y Morom. ah, 1201 tons. Lowell. X Y May S Victoria Cross, br IA. N tam. Owe...

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. — 18 May 1881

p'i , I Pttilg !A0t0rfint Vol. xv. Astoria, Oregon. "Wednesday Morning, May 18, 1881. So, 15. Food for Thonclit. ISooniPiatiK.Stli. The Sunny Clime, published at Terrell, Texas, is a mighty good paper, and said the following about the Boomerang the other da Just fancy Jolly Old, the wicked editor of the Sunny Clime, as Kit Adams, the dear, good soul of the Modern Argo, dubs us; running his eyes eagerly and -with their pupils dilated, over the well-filled columns of the Weekly Boomerang, breathing, as it were, the life of Bill Nye, a man who is known to be a big, tall, awkward-looking person, with a heart of the largest size, aiid to have given the people fits of laughter until the reddened in the face. "We are glad to read in the Boomerang one of the brightest, freshest and most origi nal humorists of America; and hope for longevit' under the vital izing influence of Kyes jokes, unap proached and unapproachable. The editor also asked us i'i a pleasant, gentlemanly .Vhy to ex change....

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. — 18 May 1881

Fv) 4- gfjxc jpJiiTrj glorias. ASTORIA-OREGON: WEDNESDAY- MAY 18, 18S1 .C. (KELIM). .Editor. Tlie CountciTcItprs Found. Ever since the discover' of the fraud upon Columbia river can nerymen, by the press of Cali fornia. Tin: Astokiax has been endeavering: to trace the matter to its source. We have ascertained that there were originally 8,000 cases of Mukilteo salmon sold; at least 3,000 cases not Columbia river, were disposed of before the 5,000 cases mentioned by the Grocer. The first let were shipped to Chicago direct and labelled there as Columbia river salmon. The. labels were printed in Chi cago. The next lot of 5,000 cases were purchased by the same firm, and the counterfeit labels wero put on in San Franceo. This is the lot the Grocer fell upon. We are glad to know that no person who is now or ever has been con nected with tli cunning of fish heie was interested in this foigery. We again beg pardon of Mr. Kob eit Wakson for even supposing him to be connected with any such sch...

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. — 18 May 1881

ft D) gto iT$ Jsteiatu ASTORIA, OREGON: WEDNESDAY-.. MAY IS, 1SS1 ISSUED EVEEY MORNING. (Monday Excepted). . C. Ireland, Editor nnd Proprietor AUman Buttdbuj, Cass Street. Terms of Subscription : sorted by Carrier, per wook.............2.j Cent Sent by mail, four months............?.". 00 seat by mail, one yoar............ ... 9 OO to Free of Postage to Subscribers. sr Advertisements inserted by the year at the rate of $1 5u nor square per month. Transient adverthincby the day or week. J ifty cents per square for each insertion. j The Weekly Avion an Is a mammoth sheet, nearly double I the size of the Daily. It i n-t the na jer for tho fireside, containing in audi tion to all Hie current news, choice mis ccllany. ngrieiiltur.il matter, market re ports, etc. It is furnished to single stnV 1 sorioers at s2 00 per year in advance. 3fA limited uuinoerof small ader ti.scments inserted at e-stalilished rates. TllEOITY. til Daily Ast-i:i. mil :.. mi,: tu n lAafiJCi'itl a mimth.itcetij jtnU...

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. — 18 May 1881

CO MHRl '&& Sinte sixrrftm. MISCELLANEOUS. AHSCELLAN'EOUS. ASTORIA. OREGON: WEDNESI'AY MAY 18.1881 COMMEROEAHD TRADE. PORT OF ASTORIA. Mi AD FOR SKA. Gen Bewler.br sb UU tons Bevrtay. Queenhtown May 12. SAILED. OtV.worth.br sh, Queen-$own. May II Explorer, brbk QuNMtmni. mar 1 Odulio. Spanish bk. Stanley. Cork, may I" Paiitba, br bk 5S7 tons. West. Qaeenstown May 15 State of California, m. M tans. Debney. fc t Maj 14 County of Ayr br bk. 499 tens. Alexander Qaeens town May 14 . ARRIVALS FROU SUA. Martha Fisher. brbk.SU tens. McAdam. Newcas tle. S S "V. May 16 llellaporte. br bk. 1W6 ton. Tate. Xewcartle. X S W.Maj 14 Orecon ss. 2335 tons. I'eblman. S F May 13 Herbert Black, bk M7 tons. Victoria May IS Alpha, sen. Starr. Tillamook. Ma 10 Lizzie Bell, br bk 1 Wfi tens. Merjrnard. Sbanchai. Ma a Merom. sh. 1261 tens. Leneli. X Y May 8 Victoria Cross, br bk, dm tens. Owen. Calcutta. Mayb Aenea Oswald, br sti. US ten. MciJibben. Cardiff. MarS Islo of Erin br bk from A eilmsten X ...

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. — 19 May 1881

TVwiui CO NMi 35 toffati Astoria, Oregon, Thursday Morning, May 19, 1881. No. 16. Vol. xv. Statu) $ 1iff 1 ii Did Dr. Whitman Sate Oregon? Q Al'.TICLE FOUR. We have followed Mrs. Victor's at tempt to falsify "historical facts, aud to destroy the credit due to a christian patriot for the uusolfisli effort he made to movant Orecron from becoming British territory, by representing m person its real value to the American people through its representatives in cengresa then assembled. We have shown by competent witnesses that he went to the national capitol, that he used his influence on his way and on his return to induce as large an immi gration of settlers to come to Oregon as possible, to counteract th.8 influence of a foreign power then in actual pos session of tho country, and claiming the most numerous settlement ot its subjects, which being now admitted by statesmen of both nations then con testing for possession, was the lcsjiti niato.title for permanent possession, and was by th...

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. — 19 May 1881

m 'j-.V.J niTipi it- T:".'.';!'. !-ir-.rmv.i-i.V A lxr Bailrj Vtoviatu ASTORIA- OKBKON: Gen. Grant In Xexico. MISCELLA2s'E0TJS. THUESTAY MAT 19. 18SI B. c. iKEL.tMt Editor. Confess the Fraud. "We promised further develop ments in salmon forgery and counterfeiting business. The steamer yesterday brought us full particulars. The name of the firm is J. K. Armsby & Co., 22 and 24 River street, Chicago. They have been called to account for the perpetrated fraud, and have issued a circular letter to the trade in an attempt to justify the act. In this circular they make a very feeble effort to throw the responsi bility upon Mr. Geo. V. Hume. Commenting upon the whole transaction the Grocer of the 13th says: According to the ir code of mer cantile honor, this act is justified by the fact that the work was done by a party who has committed the error, if nothing worse, of identi fying himself with a disreputable mercantile transaction, the odium of which the linn of Armsby & Co., who ...

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. — 19 May 1881

V m gto gang gistaaaiu ASTORIA, OREGON: Thursday". " .....may 19, issi ISSUED EVERY MORNING. (Monday Exceptedl. ". Ireland, JJtlltor and I'ron-rJefor .l-iman Building, Cass Street. Terms of Subscription : aorvod by Carrier, per week ; Cents ent by mail, fourmoathg ..58 00 seat by mail, cno year.. ....... . p 00 Free of Postaso to Subscriber?. Advertisements inserted by the year at tho rate of ?1 : ,or squuro per month. Transient advertising by the day or week. Sfty cents per square for each insertion. Tho Vrelily Astoriait i a mammoth .sheet, nearly double !iw17c.Vf ""J Daily. It is just the pa per for the fireside, containing in addi tion to all the runout news, choice mis cellany, agricultural matter, market re ports, etc. It U timiNhod to .single sub slbors at?2 00 l.erjear in advance. . 2?"A limited numoer of small atlvei titemonU inserted at established rate. THEjOITY. IltK I)VJI.1 AMOUIAJ. Will x nut lJ iintlal", r.vif. a month, fnxvf iMa;f: llnta tv " r.,Hfvi,ipltUenhem-e frn...

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. — 19 May 1881

T CH "-V4 9 - &fw S&ite stacftm. ASTORIA. OREGON: THURSDAY MAY 19, 1881 GOMMERGEAHD TRADE. PORT OF A-'TORlA. RKAD1 FOR SKA. WebfooU bVt. 3fil tons. Lew. ari rxSr May IS Geo Bewler.brsbltH towi. Bwty. Quweftstown May 12. SATX.KD. Orecon es. 2235 tone. Pohlman. S F May 18 OaVworth. brsh. Qneenstown. May If EiDlorer. brbk Qneenstown. may IT Odulio. Spanish bk, btanley. Cork, may 17 Pasltha, br bk SK7 tons. Wert. QuecDStown May 1 State of California, ss. Wrt) ton. Debney. b V May 14 County of Ayr br bk. 449 tons. Alexander Queen town May 14 ARRIVALS FROM SKA. Columbia, ss 2721 tons Holies S F. may 18 Richard Kusli. UbP. M. llealey. Port Townsend. may IS Martba Fisher, brbk. Ml tes McAdam.ewcss- tlo. Ms "VV. May 10 Uollaporte. br bk. 1M9 ten. Tate. Newcastle. N S VV.Maj 14 Herbert Blaok. bk. 57 tea. Victoria May IS Alpha, fich. fctarr. Tillamook. Ma 16 Lizno Jlell. br bk lM6tns. Morsnsrd. Shanshai. MayS Meroin. sh, 1291 tons. Lawetl. N Y May 8 Victoria Cross, br bk. MB teiw. Owen...

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. — 20 May 1881

en. Stailo t'lSl Jl' JU Jv Jy M- li lr -V i Vol. xv. .Istoria, Oregon, Friday Morning, May 20, 1881. No. 17, American Cousnls. Verily, an American consul is not without honor stive in his own country. Renders of The Astokia.v remember with what feeling we referred to the return of our fellow traveler, Hon. Henry S. LaSar, with whom we journey ed from San Francisco to Omaha as he came home from the Ameri can consulate at Fiji. The China Mail, of Hongkong, December IGth, takes up the subject of pay ing our consuls decently, just where we laid it down. The Mail says : We have more than once had occasion to speak in the highest terms of the honorable position held by Consul-general Denny in the United States consular service, and to draw attention to the cir cumstance of Mr. Denny's connec tion with the service as a redeem ing point in its condition. There are other United States consular men, it is true, who have a claim to a worthy place; but there can be no doubt that Judge Dennys pr...

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. — 20 May 1881

m MBMkBMHJ JEfts $ixlx) tavlatu ASTORIA- OKON: FRIDAY .. MAY 20, 1SS1 . C. IKKH. i:llliir. Xalinual Finances. Flashes from the Wires. nr MAIL AN1 TELEonxrn As far as it has gone, Secretary Witidoinj management of the treasury is a success. The failure of the refunding bill at the last session of Congress made his po sition difficult and perplexing. He found that 8103,000,000 of the old six per cent bonds would become redeemable on the l&t of July, 1SS1, and thai no provision exist ed for their redemption. The treasury could count on a surplus of only $150,000.01)0 for the pur pose, which was not sufficient should the whole amount of bonds be presented. In this emergency it was resolved in cabinet that the secretary of the treasury might and should tender to the holders of ths old (is offered for redemption either the ai'-b, as far as that could go, or to o:itiiiue the 0s at 'j per cent interest, redeemable at the pleasure of the government. This has proved so satisfactony to the...

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