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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 20 May 1881

"p fFi? jptgj-.. J VT' r' r -ZifX? . tj?cvJ- 3) glxjc guilB st0iuiu ASTORIA, OREGON: PRIDAY MAY 20, 1881 ISSUED EVERY MORNING. Monday Excepted). . C. Ireland, Editor and Proprietor Astormn Building, Cents Street. Terms of Subscription ; served by Carrier, per week............-."? Cents Sent by mail. fourmonths.................;8 00 Sent by mail, one year-...................... 9 "0 Free of- Postage to Subscriber?. car Advertisements inserted by the year at tfco rate of si 50 tor square per month. Transient advertising, by the day or week. ifty cents per square for each insertion. Tlir Weekly Alnriau Is a mammoth sheet. neailj iSouble thesi7Cof the Daily. It is just the pa per for the fireside, containing in audi tion to all the current new-., choice mis cellany, agncultuial matter, market le Iorts, etc. It is luinished to single sinV scribera at 52 00 per ycai in advance. SfA limited nunioer of small adver tisements inserted at established rate.-. " "riiEciTYr " Iiik Daily asiokxa.n...

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. — 20 May 1881

C4 r--n-cti- mu-1-i-.'.-m i,txx"ryarnfr1rrt -g&z gaijfe statfmx. MISCELT.AyEOUS. MISCELLANEOUS. a K. B?"VANT. tIT-triiX3' --r-3-,KrAKw3-vil S.A- ASTORIA OREGON: FRIDAY...- MAY 20 1S8J COMMERCE AHD TRADE. PORT OF ASTORIA. RFAl). FOR SEA. Isle of Enn br bJ. Quee&stewn May 19 BicSard Bttth, U i K A. HeaUy, Port Tonnsond. may 19 Webfoot, hVU 361 tons. Lewis. San Pedre May 19 SAILKD. Orecon ss. 2SSS ion. Pohlinan. S F May 18 Oakuorth. br sh , QueentoHn. May U Explorer, br bl Qowastown. mr iT Odulio. Sspatush hV. istanlej. CrV. ruey 17 Paitha. br h. Sal tons. West. lueeBtown May 13 Geo Bewley, br sh 110 trnmt. Bewley. Queenstown Ma 15 State or California. 83. iJW tons. Debney. S F May 14 Connt) of Ayr br bk. 4S9 tons. Alexander Qneoiw- town 31a) 14 ARRIVALS FROM SLA. Columbia ss 2721 tens Holies h F. may IS Martha Fisher. brbk.SII tws.McAdam.Xewoas- tle. X Ss IV. Me lb Bellaporte. br tik. 1H fs. Tte. Xeneastle. N S W.Maj 11 Herbert Hlaok. bk. SS7 !.. Victoria May IS Alpha, sell, h...

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. — 21 May 1881

0 Vol. xv. Astoria, Oregon, Saturday Morning, May 21, 1881. No. 18. X Ptfifj 3bt0rsML OLiMr We Must Have the Canal. It is the boast ot the Atlantic press that the British fanner has not yet felt the full force of Ameri can competition, aud that these are not vain words are evident from the strenuous efforts being made to reduce the cost of transporta tion. At present the average cost of producing wheat in Minnesota, Wisconsin, Iowa, Nebraska, etc. what they term, erroneously, the far west; is estimated at eighty four cents a bushel, but a vast quan tity of wheat is raised there at a lower cost. The average cost of transportation to Liverpool, exclu sive of three and one-fourth cents for handling in America, and six and one-fourth cents for Liverpool charges, has been put at fifty cents per butshel, viz., twenty cents from the farm to Chicago, fifteen and one-half cents from thence to New York, and fourteen and and one half cents from New York to Liverpool. The Mississippi route is o...

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. — 21 May 1881

ifjftYr? '""" -rnpswt ra VST' Oil A ikK-N' BATfR MAY 21 1- . ..,..!.itl- Flushes nana the Wires. BY 31 All. AND TELEOEArn Hi. X-n TiHi in Ouinii'rw. .1 j.i i ir run' f r t V .j- :!k i.t,irroveieMt - the stream by the Eds jetty sys tem, supplemented by n effective system of dredging, Has lifted New Orleans out of the mire oi com mercial inactivity in which she had been sitting for twenty years, and promises to give hr shipping- rank second only to Xew York, at least as an exporter. What the Cres cent city gains in this respect, Chicago must chiefly lose. The best customers of the river route are Missouri, Kansas, Nebraska, Iowa. Minnesota and Illinois. These six states produce nearly one-half of the wheat and corn, pork and provisions, that are ex ported yearly from the country east of the rocky mountains; and the great citv at the southern ex tremity of lake Michigan has so far enjoyed the next 'thing to a mo nopoly of this trade. It has been her bonanza. It is the secret of her une...

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. — 21 May 1881

DJ "V llxz gmlB sitfriaii. ASTORIA, OREGON: SATURDAY MAY 21, 1SS1 ISSUED EVERY MORNING. (Monday Excepted), ft. C. Ireland, Editor and Proprietor Attortan Building, Cass Street. Terms of Subscription : served by Carrier, ior weoK....-.....25 Centa 3ont by mail, four months.... ...........$S 00 Sent by mail, cno year. ..... fl oo free of Postaco to Subscribers. c Advem; omenta inserted by the year at the rato of SI 5o por square per month. Transient advertising:, by the day or week, ifty cents per square for each insertion. Tlit VFecLly Astoria Is a mammoth sheet, nearh double the size of the Daily. It is jut the pa per for the fireside, containing in addi tion to all the current news, choice mis cellany, agricultural matter, market re ports, etc. It is furnished to single uh seribers at 52 00 per year in advance. I-5PTA limited mmnx-r of small adver tisements inserted at established rates. THE CITY. Isik l)i. .sTvkia: h-.fl J Avtf by 'natliit7'eritji a month. fr inf tUitfr. lima err ...

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. — 21 May 1881

i ffwuqmy T -r -- - f ---r r - -- .- -1 CH J& g'AxXrj 5ttf3mX. MISCELLANEOUS. mSCELLANEOUS. 3. h. rr AKT. S. A. ttt"t ?Wfi ASTORIA. OREGON: SATURDAY MAY 21, 18S1 GOMMERGEAHD TRADE. PORT OF A-TOU1A REAM FOR SKA. IbIo of Erin br bk Quocnstown May IB SAILKD WeMooL bkt, SRI tons. Lutvis. San Pedra May2u Richard Rush. U S R M. llealer. Port Townsend. mw 'JO Orecoa as. 'iSSh tons. Pohlman. S F May lb Oalworth. brsh. Queenstown. -May If ExDlorer. br bk tjaeenMewn. isy IT Oduho. Spanish bV. Manloy. Cork, may IT Pasitha. br bV. Ss7 ton3. West, Qaeenstown May 1 Gso JJowley. br sh 16J8 ton. Bewley. Queenstoirn May IS State of California, ss. -TAW tons. Debney. 5 K May 14 County of Ayr br bV. 4W tons. Alexander QueetH- town May 14 ARRIVALS FR021 SKA. Coloraa. Am bfcBMtorm.Xore Hongkong May 20 Columbia. s. 2Til tons HoHes S Y. may 11 Martha Fisher. brlA.SU tens. MeAdam. Newcas tle A h W. Ma lb BellaportP. br bV. 1U90 ts. Tjte. Newcastle. X S W.Ma 14 Herbert Mac'.. bV T tfc. Vienna. May 13 Al...

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. — 22 May 1881

4 0 mm s $ $ .-Vstoria, OregOD, Sunday Morning. May 22, 188L So. 19. Vol. xv. fflftilli oi PILOTAGE AND TOWAGE. STATEMENTS OF FACT WHICH THE PRESS OF OREGON WIL FULLY IGNORE. A QUID FOR THE VIRTUOUS MCMJiKRS FROM THE COW COUNTIES TO CHEW UPON. BY WHAT SOllT OF LEGERDEMAIN ARE PORTLANDITES TO APPEAR AS THE ENEMY OF A MONOPOLY. THE MYTHICAL POE FOUGHT BY THE METROPOLITANS WHILE TRYING TO INTRODUCE THEIR OWN CORRUPT MEASURES. Editor Astoria:: The daily OreEonlan of the 11th iut. publishes an editorial on the subject of pilotage and towage upon the Columbia river bar, in which article it is asserted that by protection of law there exists at the mouth of said river an immense mo nopoly, and for the existence of which, it alleges, the members of the legislative assembly from Clatsop county are re sponsible; thev, .so the article states, ever permitting themselves to bego erned and contiolled iu the interest of Cape Flavel. The Commercial Reporter of the loth inst. takes up Hie Orcgoninns ...

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. — 22 May 1881

r -v'f ftf ' "ym- Tf f - -y w r- M ; vjn glxe Jlsny tcrriim. ASTORIA-OREGON-SUNDAY MAI' 22, 1SS1 B.C. IKEL1NU. ....Editor. The senate adjourned simc die on the 20th. No president pro tern was elected. The Pennsylvania nominations were divided between the Cameron anti-Cameron wings of the repnb lican party. Bus' times are expected at Albany next week. At least that is what the telegrams say. The anti-Conkling men are losing ground. Conkling appears to be on top his party is" slrongly composed of readjusters and stickei.s. That s what "we want in this country. Adjust things and then stick to them. Mr. Yillard says that every ob ligation imposed upon the North ern Pacific liaiirond company 1)3 act of conjries-N will be strictly lecojrnized. Theie is nothing fairer than that." The president sent for LeDuc Friday morning to come to the White-house. LeDuc put in an appearance, and the president told him that he must have his resig nation immediately. 1 1 was writ ten then and there. The 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. — 22 May 1881

'fwpjft8wimjisf y vf i mw imaginy ilsrie4'!!'-. T -" 'Ti-'- v"wr C31 glue Hxj ftstraftrau ASTORIA, OREGON: SUNDAY MAY 22. 18SJ ISSUED EVERY MORNING. 'Monday Excepted), I. C Ireland, Editor and Proprietor Astoria Building, Cass trtet. Terms of Subscription : served by Carrier, por treek............-I5 Ucats Sent by mail. fourmonthfi.............5-3 00 lent by mail, on year......-.....-........... q f0 Froe of Postaco to Subscribers. Advertisements inserted by the yoar at the rate of $1 o) ier square per month . Transient advertising, .:.:: I LV ,. . .imiik. 0 me uuy or wcr. ; Sfty cents per aqua; """ wu" "-"""" Tin- WwM) Asfnnnu ! a mammoth sheet, neaily double the size of the Daily. Jt is just the pa per for the fireside, containing in audi-J tlontoall the current news, choice mis cellany, agricultural matter, market re ports, etc. It i- lurnishi'd to single sub scribers at S2 00 pet year in advance. jSfA limited uuinuer of small adver tisements inseited at established rates. " THEO...

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. — 22 May 1881

..m-! -mr XSftSfpX " t 1tm -1 is" ; ,-, i7 ''T m --' ' ' . X . . . ! T . '.' ! . HI..- .- . 1.' 1LM' ..... - : -Tr Stfifcj storiau. ASTOHI. OREON- SUNUAT... .MV 22, 1KM COMMEBGUUID TRADE. PORT OF V-'TORIV RKAUi "OK SKA. bePc'rfc hire brsh 11W tons. Andersen. Liverpool Mai J I SAILRD. Isle of Enn brbk Queenstewn liny 3 Y"Moot. lVt 301 tons. Lewie. San Pedro liar J Bicbard Rush. U S R M, llanley. Port Tetrnsend. mar 20 Orecon s. 2535 tonf. Pehlraefi. S ? May 18 ARRIVALS FROM SKA. Coloma. Am bk853 ton.Noye9 Honcleng May SO California, str. 671 tons. Carroll.. Sitka May 19 Columbia ss. 2721 tons IJolics S V. may 19 Martha Fisher. brbk. 411 to9.McAdam.Xewoas- tle. X S XV. May 1C Bellaporto. br bk. 10 ta. Tate. Neoastlo. S S W. Ma 14 Herbert Black, bk. 887 tons. Victoria May 13 Alpha, sch. htarr. Tillamook. May 10 Lizzie Hell, br bk lfi tea. Mergnard. Shanghai. May 9 Merom. sh. 1201 tons. Ijowell. N V May S Victoria Cross, br bk. COS tus. Own, Calcutta. Mayb Acnes Oswald, br sh. 13 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. — 24 May 1881

53- r8i5(Ft1!i?Mi5';?riKj ,WJ?'-?-!ir4 0 -? iWKSlamAmtimimmimimUBtm m tottfriiriw Astoria, Oregon, Tuesday Morning, May 24, 1881. No. 20. Vol. xv. Hauo THE COMING ERA. FUTURE OF ELECTRIC 1XVEX- IMAGINATION PICTURING FORTH THE 31ARVEL0U.S THINGS ELECTRICITY IS TO DO POR US IN AGES TO COME. London Standard. Professor Perry, recently print ed a most alluring picture of the future of electricity. Telegraphs, telephones, pohtophones, micro phones and electric pens are the mere beginning of the science, and will, by the time we are too old to use them, be regarded with much the same respectful interest that Stephonsons rocket is viewed by a modern engineer, or Costers Spiegel onzer Bedhoudeis, by a member of the topographical union. By-and-by we shall not only correspond, talk, send our portraits and manifold by olec tricitv, but have our houses lighted and heated, our railway trains and train-cars propelled, and our machinery driven by the same om nipotent agent. If needs be every weaver...

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. — 24 May 1881

0 sasBtafatef im gfe gait33 gotatasu Mr. Proctors Courtship. ASTORIA-OREOON: TUESDAY MAY 24, 18S1 ft.C.IUCLA.M) .....Etlllor. Olumlna aud Walla-waila. w Reviewing Gov. Newells visit to Columbia and Walla-walla counties Mr. Pierce says: "The reception here was a brilliant affair, calling out all the elite of the city in the finest hall I have ever seen, and also calling out a brilliant speech from the governor, who declared that although he had been gover nor of .New Jersev. and earned within one of re-election, that one was General McClellan; he would rather be governor of Washington than to be crown prince during life over New Jersey. He spoke enthusiastically of the varied in terests, declaring that the Touchet valley is better land than any in Europe; that this territory, with its 700 miles of navigable river to j Lewiston, its GOO miles of inland coast in Puget-aound, with its 1,000,000 acres of underlying coai which supplies all California to day, and its prodigious forests, wh...

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. — 24 May 1881

OA gto itfl Jvsteiuiu ASTORIA, OREGON: TUESDAY MAY 21. 1SSI ISSUED EVERY MORNING. (Monday Excepted), l. C. Ireland, Editor and Proprietor Axtortan Building, Cass Street. Terms of Subscription : seiTod by Carrier, per weok...........23 Cents Sent by mail, four months... ..........$o 00 sent by mail, ono yoar............... 9 00 Free of Postage to Subscribers. Advertisements inserted by the year at he rate of Si Zii iersquure per month. Transient advertising, by the day or week, Ifty cents ier square for each insertion. Tin VFcekli Asloriau Is a mammoth slicd, nearly double tlie size or the mil, it is ju-t tms pa per for tin fireside, containing in addi tion to all the current news, choice mis- ctMlany, agricultural matter, market re ports, etc. It is lurnithed to single sub seribers at b'2 00 ht j ear in atlvance. I4t' A limited nir.it tier of Miiall ader liMMuents inserted at established rate. "thejhty. 1:ik Pui.v aviokiat. inri '- hJ ly iW n(7rrnir a iwfi, mrnfji"Utiit.. Heart' fr-...

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. — 24 May 1881

ri?wfTz'?W"' ' i7f "1 npE?1 "ESitiNW i, m i iiiiynyn .gm wjei jv&mm Uxt ailg &sjtjw4 ASTOllIA. OREGON: TUESDAY. MAY 24. 1S51 COMMERGEAND TRADE. PORT OF ASTORIA. HEADY FOE SKA. SA1 L.KD. Columbia, s 2St tea lMk h P. mr hf lUirkire. br hh HHt4NM.Aa4iMn.MTcvl. Mar 2! IrfeofKnulrbk Qm-i.M 3 VVebfoot. bkt. 961 teiw. Leww. San l'Miro Mar lUobard Rneh.TJ S?. . lifej Prt Town-wad. mar 20 Orrcon 86. S25 umm. I'ihltmJ. S V MjrH AlilllVAlJi r&OM SEA. AlUon Ho&se. Au 1A. S t. N.. 1IhsUb: ma 22 Uelotna. Ahi bkSH Whw Xe. lleticlenc M 20 California, str. CT4 tons. OmjW. Sitka llaj 19 Mnrtlia Fisher. brlA.SM tmt. MeAdam. New- tle. A" S W. May lfc I'elUportc. Ur bk. HOi tms Tate. Xewea-rtle. X S AV. May 11 Herbert Black, bk 37 tm. Vte4n Mar I Alpha, nob. hUrr. 'filleeV. Ma W Lizzie Roll, br IA. J6 t-. MorxiMtrtl. htHHUckai. May if Merom. sh, 1201 tt.. ImkM. X V Mr f Viotona Cress, br 1A. M tm. )wn. (MomUo. Ma S Asnes OswaW. Ivr hh. 1 tw. AlctiittH. t"imff. .May K Man ItlHiMieH Er bk ...

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. — 25 May 1881

2' ? CO & Vol. xv. Astoria, Oregon, "Wednesday Morning, May 25, 1881. No. 21. r--' tht Clflill) M5i JU Jv Jr JWl' SEATTLE HAPPY. The HON. THEOPHILUS FliEXCH INTERVIEWED. VIEWS AND OPINIONS OF TIIE GREAT RAILROAD COMMISSIONER PORTLAND TO HE MADE A HOLE IX THE GROUND. From a Post interview of the Hon. Commissioner of railways, in Seattle on the 18th, we clip the follewing: Tkr Vomlua Uoom. Reporter. Now do you regard the near prospects of this far off and comparatively unknown part of the country, Mr. French? Mr. French. I regard the future of the entire Pacific coast as bright. I think, more directly answering your question, that the territory, soon to be state of Washington, has before ia period of almost unparalleled prosperity. There are many reasons for this belief. Indeed, it must be potent to the most casual observer. The time is not far distaut when yoar splen did inrests will perish to build the fences, the barns and residences of the people along the eastern slope of 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. — 25 May 1881

w I1 gfte attg &stcrfcm- ASTOItrA. ORF.KO WEDNESDAY -MAY 25, 18bl .C.IBEIAM. ...Editor. Two Extreme Views. In the course of his interview as published by the Post, Hon. Theo philus French, -United States rail way commissioner, is reported as having said: But outside of thi' Portland, against Portland will con-lsueh odds as nature linue to rise in im-lhas i)Iaced against portance. Hon. her, cannot reason- Theophilus French, ablv hope to hold Seattle. May 18. lSSl.lthe position she has (gained through the Ipubh and energy of 'her business mei!.- jHoii. TlieophilUb Frencli,.SeatUe,May 118,1 SSI. This is a scuny slander in all j prebability: "The one danger in ; the Nctv York senatorial compli cation is that if Conkling fails to secure election by republican votes, lie will try to make a com bination with the democrats in the legislature for the return of him self with a democratic colleague. That he cannot be elected in any other way seems reasonably sure." Governor Cornells positi...

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. — 25 May 1881

oo $lxe gnttij staviau, ASTORIA, OREGON: "WEDNESDAY MAY 25. 1SS3 ISSUED EVERY MORNING. 'Monday Excepted), '. C. Irelimd, Alitor nuil Proprietor Axturian Building, Citi Street. Terms of Subscription : served by Carnor. per week . .25 Cent Sent by mail, four months .... S3 00 Sent by mail, cno year............ A "0 Free of Postnce to Subscribers. S" Advertisements inserted by the year at he rate of SI 5l per square per month. Transient advertising, by the day or week, 4fty cent? per square for each insertion. The MeeKlj Astoriau N n mammoth sheet, nearh double the size of the Daily. It is just the ia per for the fireside, eontainin? in addi tion to all the current news, choice inis cellan j. agricultural matter, inaiket re ports, etc. It !- furnished to single sub scribers ttt -?2 00 per yon r in advance. IstfA liutUed unmoor of .small mhor lisemenLs inserted at e-tablibhed into,-.. TIIEJ0ITY. tsiK l).w. VniouiAa Witt Iff tJtt ly nulan ccnt a month, fneoT fnUiy. IUaa-tr- c'io lonteint...

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. — 25 May 1881

:- k CH " '- r "i " -rrr -if miffrti fiitTTf Columbia Hirer Exports. MISCELLANEOUS. MISCELLANEOUS. ASTORIA. OREGON: WEDNESDAY MAY 25, 1SS1 GOMMERCEAHD TRADE. PORT OF ASTORIA. RKADY FOR SKA. Gen "Wright U S fir Denar Yaqaina bat May 21 5Iary Blnndell Br bV SS ton Calrcrt. Queenstown Mar U SAILED. Columbia, w. 27it tens' liollw S F. tuny !S .Selkirksbirc.br sh 1192 tou. Anderson. Liverpool. May! Isle of Erin br bk QueMOown May 3 WebfooL bU. n teas. LewK San Pedro Slay 20 Richard Rush, USBM, Heulfj. Pert Tewnsend. mar S9 ARRIVALS FROM SUA North Band bU 2Tfi toss Mnrryman. J K Ma 21 Aides Besse. Am bV. ll ta. -Vejs. lioxi'Wong way 22 UolomLAm bk 843 ton. Xoe HeoKlaa;: May 26 California, sir. 671 tong.CarrftM.S4tl.tt May 19 Martha Knher. brl.k.SIl ta.MeAlam, Newcas tle. vSV. May lb. Kollaporte. br bk. )U ton TjU-. XeweaslK .V S W.May 11 . Herbert BlaeL. bk M7 tu. Yictn .Mat IX Alpha, hcb.hUrr, TillamoeL. Ma 19 I.iRrje P.&ll. brbk l3f. lurw, Meti-sMid Utanitai. Ma Meroui. sh, 12&1...

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. — 26 May 1881

CO- Vis mm yy JU J!k JHWl' llr Astoria, Oregon. Thursday Morning, May 26, 1881. 2To. 22. Vol. xv. Pftito he IlEN'RT V1LLARI). PEX PORTRAIT OF THE ORE OOX RAILWAY PRESIDENT. HOW HE "GOT HIS .START." 1'NBOUNDED CONFIDENCE REl'ObEH IN HIM BY HIS FRIENDS AND COADJUTORS HIS RK- MARKARLE SUCCESS The following from the Phila delphia Times of May 13th, was written piior to the successful issue of Mr. Yillards movement in the Northern Pacific, lie has now a controlling' position in that great corporation, and h besides at the head of the Oregon J tail way and Navigation and the Oregon and California raihoad companies. It is no exaggeration to say that his rapid and gieat success is without a parallel in the history of great railway opemiioua. In UN nnu Mreel O flirt. 1 called yesterday at the office of the Oregon Railway and Naviga tion company, on Nassau street, where Mr. Yillard presides. The treasurer of the company is Mr. Horace White, formcily the editor of the Chicago Tiibune. The two ...

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. — 26 May 1881

''"Mslw ' ' ? fv TfT2r!. vMl ;ifmI 1 ASTORIA OREGON- THUESDAY ' ' 1 iXi7r i Flushes from the lTIres. MISCELLANEOUS. Y. MAII. AND TKLGHArH -'Oonklings position," as viewed .MAY .X, 1S81 j 3 tn Tribune, was made up to - --z suit the Albany half-breeds. niiiior. j TIie tcle;rra:)j, fixes tjlc t,-,njr up j now that the anti-Conklingites are beginning to swell up like the breath of fresh onions. Cheeky in Kalloek to piesent himself for admission to the Bap tist anniversary at Indianapolis on Tuesday. He ?s there, but if he seek? admission there will be a breeze. The Tribune hears from a Chat aqua half-breed that "people out there are red hot for the adminis tration.' When ever people get io hot as that their friends should see that they are insured. Who said Grant was beaten in Mexico? On the 23d congress gave tne president full power to contract with the state and prirato parties for tin construction of rail- viv4 fii f.inrlif tnniitliK? mill til except thev were sent and paid for J , ....

Publication Title: Daily Astorian, The
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