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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 26 May 1881

w gto SiUlB StflWiaiU ASTORTA, OREGON: THURSDAY .. MAY -2G. 1SSJ ISSUED EVERY MORNING. 'Monday Kicoi'tedl. l. C. It-flnnil, IMIlor nnil Proprietor Arfuriiui UitUding, Ctuts SiicsJ. Terms of Subscription : aei-ved by Carrier, per week.............ii Cenla Sent by mail, four inonths..................?3 00 nt by mall, cno year...................... 9 uO free of Postaeo to Subscribers frAdvernenicntsiDgerted by the year at be rate of 51 "" por siunre per month. Transient udvertiinct by the dny or week, ifly cent 4 ier 8iunrofor each insertion. The M ':.!. Isioriau U a uiaminotli slitn-t, nearly d.ml.h-j the size of the Dnllj. Jr is just the pu- j perforthe !ireM(le,Vontainin in audi- Won to all the current new-., choice mis-i celhun.agnciiHuwl matter, iiiarket n- potts, ctr. It MuruMiedtit single sub- J and police on the pelition from S.l lnH l,,nc,, ,'l'r j1"'1 W",3K','-V TO" ..Tiber, a. J(k, pci ,-h, in advance. ! Ki.-sc-v and oilier asking tl,ePIf'i:KOVV lU ,,,, fin'st u'minm-" :T. l...

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. — 26 May 1881

CO MISCELLANEOUS. G. H. rV.T. S. A. t1 zrrcJU' MS f?.f fS rTS53 1 ttBsirii&JrmLfiP3 ASTORIA. OREGON THURSDAY MAY -0t 3SS1 COMMERCE AND TRADE. J j PORT OF ASTORIA. READY FOR SEA. fien Wright U S tr Denny Ymimm tm Maj 21 V "sailed. Mary iilundell ISr hi. W8 tns.Cavrt.QuPtHMi Mar it Columbia, b. T.21 !! JloM h V. b HelWlrVsbire.br h. UWtoH.AfderB. Livrjbol. Mayas Isle oi Erin be bk Q jntown Ma Webfoet. bkt. 501 teas. Isrt. San PeJre Mar ARRIVALS FROM SKA. North Hand bkt 37b tons Merniaan b F Ma 21 Allien Bee.Ainbk. ttli t. NJ. HengkonE may 2! Ooloma.Am bVsSS tn..Njrs Hem'tew: MavSH California. Btr 671 tons.Uarnril.SkkaMarlS Martha Kiliir. lrlilv.stl lorn. MeAtUm. NVwea- tie. N h W. Ma IS Unllaporte. br M.. H Hum. T4e. Nt.wwutb-. N" S V. Maj 1' Herbert Black, bk 43T t. Vtctiwte May U Alpha, scb. Marr. TiIUhkw. Mhv W t.iarJe Hell, br liU lWfitHH. MarjnwuJ. .Mti, Alay a Merom. sh. 1J tH. lm4(. N Y Ma Victoria row. br Id. MW Urn. le, tJalonM. Mays Aenes Oswald, br Mi. IIM t. .Met SiMmh...

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. — 27 May 1881

0 w arxa Vol. xv. Astoria, Oregon, Friday Morning. May 27, 1881. So. 23. I 2tet0tffti( 4i THE COLUMBIA BASIS. a woDrKFrLLr fertile re gion. HOW IT HECA1IE KNOWN AS IT IS. Lewiston Teller, Mnj 16. Much has been said and written of the great basin of the Columbia between the Cascades and Bitter root mountains, its climate, soil and production's, and probably in no instance has this basin been overrated. When Gov. Stevens and party first visited this section, he conceived a limited idea of its future and yet he deemed it of sufficient importance to warrant the construction of a railroad to penetrate it from the east, and when the first engineors of the Northern Pacific came through on their surveys ItobrrN. 'I heir iiir. Claimed that it would become the great grazing country of the Union. But none of them foresaw that it would become tlu great gram country of the Tinted States: but the tests made of the soil by some of the early settlers soon disclosed its wonderful productiveness in 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. — 27 May 1881

-n r"G- w jiiiu imimKtii2maikiffuii(uihilWn 32&c pniVo Ssstorlan. The Personal Political Style Dallas Itouilzer, SlayOOtli. AVo notico that Bill "Watkinds MISCELLANEOUS. .C.IKELVM .INIItor. cm.TT rf ?W. i is iatili pouring' out his slops en ; FRIDAY M VY ,7 1SS1 j csro'di through tho columns' I rC tlirt Sniwi'ii "T"wii ttr TT line! "" I wi . iuimu) MV'VtT A.XW nuo' had tho records of the courts in Maine examined, and. wrote to the cleric of the court in this county to see i there was not some defect in the Colonels title to his land, but all to no purpose. William bites a me, and had better, learn to spell and return to Washington and draw his six dollars per day as clerk of the committee on manu factures. That would be following ; Commodore Xutt. Liliputian. died of Blights disease, in Jcisey city, on "Wednesday. Mr. Villai d has purchasod the New York Evening Post, Carl Schurz will bo editor in chief. A WORD OF WASHING! 10 ! F0R T11E BEST m mmm Clothing-, CHothing, Clothing -G...

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. — 27 May 1881

(J ftc Qnftij Sistsrfcrtt ASTORTA, OREGON: FRIDAY .. MAY 27. 1S8J ISSUED EVERY MORNING. Aloaday Excepted. I. C. Irrlaud, Editor ntul J'roprictnr Atoriaii liuildtug. dies iitrrct. Terms of Subscription : joivod by Carrier, per wcek.............$j Cents "ent by mail, four inontli5.....-........"3 00 Sent br innil. one yotfr................. fl NO Free of Postazc to -subscribers. -Advertisement inserted by the year at bo rate of 21 M per square per month. i'ransient advertising, by too day or week, ifty cents per square for eneh insertion. i 1 . J lie WiHk! AitoriitM 1 :i mammoth sheet, m-utl double j thesieof the Dftil. It i ju-.t the n jx;r for the iiivsidi,eotit.tiiiiitg in audi tion to all the cm lent Hews, choiee mt cellau. agricultural matter, market re jHrfci, "oU". It i tutni-lied to ingie -1-scriler at -.:! mi year in advance. " rf?A limited niiiiiiiei fl Miiali ader tUemeutn iiwrletl at established raJis. " THEOITY. IllK lUll. AsTOUIA.N U'lH 1 H-Ul it luillnni c-At a month fm...

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. — 27 May 1881

en ,...Vf-f., '" f" m& afl& stojciim ASTOKIA. OREGON: FRIDAY -...AlAY 27, 1SS1 COMHEROEJHD TRADE. PORT OP ASTORIA. SAILED. Miuy BlaudeH Br bV W io4.Cart. QhwwMow May il Columbia s. S2t tons HoMes S K. aj Ifl SclsiricsMre.brsJ Ut.Anerfta. Mwsrpeel. May Isle of Erin brbk QiMen'w U WnMoeU bVt, H tm. IXTl. has I'e4r Mar 20 P.STCRXBD. Gen Writ U S str Dosor YhIi ww Mar A Milt ALS W.fOf ..1 Oroaon sa. 29S5 tn. Poktawi. 5 I' Maj Clan FersHson br bV. Krtsbaae. lltfS. North Bend JL.t 37 tt Triuroxian. i 1' May 21 Alden Bow. Am W. Ji tHM. Aojes. HongUons may 22 Ooloma. Am bk SM t. Nos He2kein; Jlaj 38 California, str. CT1 Uns.CarrH. Sitka Ma lf Martha Pusher, brbk :! tw. MoA dam.; SV cat tle, "x J "VV. May lb Hnllaperto. lw bk 1 Umk- Tat. .NrtaitWi. .V S W.Mkj U Herbert Bliok. bk 7 1h.. VhS May I: Alpha, sch.hUrr.ftMiiHiV.Ma I Uzeio Hell, lw U. HSRtwus. MmwmaI. M.auhai. Maj i) Morom. sk, 13 Imm. J.Hi. N V May Victoria Cross, br SA.. tw-. Ohh. (JnJoutta. Maj S Actm Oswald, br tto. t.n ...

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. — 28 May 1881

fr en mmmma 0tnrn Vol. XY. Astoria, Oregon, Saturday Morning, May 28, 1881. No. 24. M9 I A LOST LOVE. Romance of the Reoeut Royal Marriage. Coi. Chicago Tinier Viknxa, May 21. A curious story was whispered in court cir cles last night, r.nil is repeated again this morning, perhaps with embellishments. t relates to the sudden outburst of emotion by the Princess Stephanie at the critical moment of her marriage. Once while at Pans, by an accident she met an American gentleman. She and her father were in Paris in cognito, and were living in a quiet manner at a not over-pretentious hotel. The American, ignorant of the real name and rank of the vounjr ladv, but charmed with her beauty, grace and simplicity, fell quickly in love with her. Seizing an opportunity one afternoon, the American told her who he was, explained in a very few words that he possessed wealth in abundance and an unsullied name; told her that he admired and loved her, and asked her permission to speak to her father, who...

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. — 28 May 1881

W mMHNRTCM gfts Snatij gistovtom. AST0K1A. OKEOOK -SATURDAY MAY 28, 1BS1 .C.IEELIM... Editor. Commodore Nutts wife, Lillian Elston, remained with him and mourns his death. She whs a de voted wife. 'Che Taxation of Ships. Tho -followinir letter from Sec- rotary Blaine, to a Massachusetts ' ninrrrnwmnn flnnPiins in tiif rSn1?. ton Advertiser of recent date. His views on the local taxation of sliippiug are sound, and the text of the whole icttcr covers very much the same ideas as were ad- j vanced in The Astoriax by Capt. Woodbur', deceased, then in this port as master of the ship Valley iTorge. Secretary Blaine suys: The removal ai local taxation from vessels enijaEred in the for MISCELLANEOUS. i A WORD OF WISHING IMPORTANT fiOMCEffiT: 110! FOE THE BEST iXD CHEAPEST 3 4 fi On the 2Gth, in Now York, the reformed Episcopal convention denounced polygamy us a blot on Vi nnfinnc nlioroilnv TifflVl Tl'mf 1 , r -i r. ' i l .- eisrn carryins trade would be an tuLuc ouucu u .i n.. -v .. immens...

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. — 28 May 1881

spa,w-ipa 5Sir-,!fT,3'SE"r,-"lJriir',,t S ") VLasjmujij.ijiLis4jkfMftfsi jm.:ui.i ihjuse mmMMrmw iBjK'iBiuwaeagiBwmw J'hs -UuUn stwfcrn. ASTORIA, OREGON: Selling DaysofJSteaniers ' in consequence of the accident to Employment for Ijadic Office lo Kent. Htft cfjkaiitnr fitol ni f"1iffrm tli i of " 1 . .1 !.!AJniiitrf1iAlltlii1H'PtAnll1IIV.im i auu liunniin.ui; iiivii v. w .-in.nui aur The Out en Cily JSiidpeuder company,! Single or in suites of two, in Tun : Cincinnati, are now manufacturing , Astoki vn building. Prices reasonable. SATURDAY ....MAY . 1SS! ISSUED EVERY MORNING. 'JWeaUay x4tted), i. C. Ireland. Bailor and Proprietor schedule of departure of steamers has ,)0rt.rs rr ladies and children? and , been ro-Hn-wi'ed as follews: , tlwir unequalled skirt usjendcrs for ladies. None should he without them:, it ruttx & tkaxcisco. , - our leadlnc physicians recommend i IaySbth ColHtubift tll0lllt ami nK oml in thcir praiso.l . utie 4tu itfl " Thee goods are manulHctttred by ladi...

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. — 28 May 1881

m rt&a gto aiTu sfotfiaix. ASTORIA. OREGON: SATURDAY ...MAY 2o, 1SS1 J GOMMEBCEAHD TRADE. PORT OF ASTORIA. READY FOR SEA. Herbert Clack, bk. 587 to. QcMiwtevrM. Hay 57 SAILED. Gen "Wright U S str Denny Yatiuiaa bay May "27 Mary Clnndell BrbVSM tOJt.Oatvert.QneeetewB May il Columbia, as. 27il tens Holies S F. mm- tt Selklrkahi re. br sh 118 tom, A Bienmu. Livri. May Isle of Erin br bk QB&entown May WebfooL bkt. 3R1 tens. Lewi. Sn P4re JIr ARRIVALS l' ROM SB A. Orient, brig. 31! tons. WiUiawc. S F My 27 Rival, bk, 2i)fl tens. Adams. S. 1. May -7 Clan Ferges, br. bk, 7M ton-. Witeen. Brisbane. May 25. Oregon us. 'iSHt ton, l'ohlrasa. S F MaytW North Bend bkt 37 tonMerryman. S l'May 21 Alden Besse. Am bk. s tw. Ne. Uenxkeac may 22 Uoloma. Am bkMS to. Xis. UfciNC My J California, sir. C74 tH6.CamH.S0Ma-18 Martha Fisher. brbk. SI I tH.MA4Hi.XewKi- tle. N S "VV. May IB llollaporto. br bk. Vf Mnt. Tate. XemeMtfc. X S W.May II Alpha, scb.l btarr, ThUm. Ma W Lizzie Bell, brbk :!. MrpM...

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. — 29 May 1881

0) ft i 7T Jffl Vol. XT. Astoria. Oregon. Sundav Morning;, May 29, i881. 25fo. 25. sSa THi: S'RVVKK OF iIAA. StrwKunl. i:iir gtdde.Nc. 01vitius HMk iiMw-crwnwl ami silent. whHV afcnve I stay My eiHirse. and Mt-k a fvr at ur HjmmK litii. the uhtte I jntv. fM vmitler ninety mountain tn inere Iw?t Kudymnm, thertH-kHt ymnli I Imc. UPlHl. tllP iHXHxtlllg Mteht hltttHtt.'l kf1K, And 1 keen ae My gttdbtg beam have kUnsl his (-Itw-k n now, . AM IfafHMt the sleeping lifts W me Wjm AihI klsetl tlR'lfleii love-locks on Itfsbiow, Rut I would see him near. 1 fain wohM 1 a woman fvra nqcitt O.yraoiOHs gods, that ve womM kh me ths ! 1 Taint Wit KHifOHK for Unclear detient . Owe taMe tf ttMHtal Wis. 1 veara to In :t woman and to ce With sikuu fMKt-jK tofXMtfk tfce forest dim, AimI kneeling. kishK eyelids in bis sleep. Attn so awaken him. Uy the fcweet niy4rie- of hie a4 eth. I. the fair, glorious empress of tte sky. Do long to lMvatfce liiigeriMK mortal Wrfntll To breathe, and tnMi t die. I Aston, ...

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. — 29 May 1881

w 36m ASTOKI A. OREGON: SUNDAY MAY 2U. 1SSJ . C. lUELt.M Killlor. Ilow Heathenish. WnJla-waUa Watchman. A poor, miserable Chinawoman kicked the bucket this week and the way bhe died was a hard sight to boliold. There she laid upon a filthv mass of rubbish, called ji i i bed, almost nude, with not a friend in the world, willing to conic within ten feet of her, and when Mr. Picard, our undertaker, brought a coffin to bury the cieature, Chinamen about the promises Mieaked off in all direc- I MISCELLANEOUS. 1S1P0RTMT A WOED OF WASHING 110 ! FOR THE BEST IB CHEAPEST iothing. Clothing, Clothing -GO 70- The IJ.ul ortl'c Pt)t. Reasons why it will Kc i long time before the so-called Cascade division of the Northern Pacific will be built are stUd in a Spokau falls letter to the Oicgtmiau yester day: "The grades control railroad !outes and ' win traffic. The! tions. less they .-hould be asked to! older loads a cutting deep- !" helping hand, but they eror goiiM? louiid the hills. The i weie not...

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. — 29 May 1881

r- V) ffilu" Sattu x&xm- rz ASTORIA, OREGON: ' . .SUNDAY MAY 29, lil ,,.,-, ,. .-n.,.,, w avj.c-.i . ,, ttltmiar Oxm-. I. '. Ireland, RtlStor and rmprirfttr Tenns of SttboripiiH ; oi vod Wy Garner, per n'Nk ......& Cotttc ent by until, fowr i rhi sS t Sent hr mH. (ums ? W ' Fr of Puttee t Subtorifeen. ' so" iMurtiMNMt inserted ky lira ytmr at i!- rate ttt yi i" ihjt iwiar per ; I rMMMM ttlvrtmnc. hy the day r wmji. ifty HNtc ins! wiMMre for onelt iHttMw. 'lln' A !! lN(nrt:ili i ...-.....a;. u ..,.k .(....iii.. tltostvot Ur Dailj. U i ju-ai tin a- pi'rfnrtlir luvvW-.VoMl4init!K in wldi-4 t'i'l!at(.arit'iilliiral ihuUi'i. tiiartcH rc-i J).rtv -. It N limii-iHilio MHjlk" - mm ilw at . w im '4r in advH. tiiiMHlN iii-.-rtl rtt .-siaMMK:.! n-. j j a t : i jl b . lug Iaii.v aji'kian mH f ri trj tn.tiif3,rl'i month. trrfr'Hui. limn- J r- wr.-,J.vf-ri.'r fiwwt it cttg mm a" Twf AMimut fciNof ?h. imim 1 ,r mmiA ,4 ttt..ni, - .i' HMraMAf 'rfiemth. jitfrmttrtv HHttf c Tfljni. .!w itr M ...

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. — 29 May 1881

-" -jrf tirwV CO -. glte gniXu storian. ASTORIA. OREGON: SUNDAY ...... . MAY 29, 1S8I j COMMEHCEAND TRADE. TORT OF ASTORL. READY FOR SKA. Kllerbanls. br W. 1W toe. Packer. l-twtrjwt!. lIerbertfcBUck.'lAr!Tts. Q MHiteuH. May 29 STTrijsht U S sir Denn YmihIim ttavMay!. Mar-I3lnndpllI5rljketiw.CBlort.QHeiw4wn .Mai- U Columbia & 'Sill loos llolb S Ir. war Selkirkshire. br t 11C ts. Awlaiwwi. MvenMft. Mar 2! Isle of Erin br Itfc QHeeMttHm Ma J Webfnot, bVt. 31 tons. Low. San Pd MrJ A IUU V A IS FROM SKA. Orient, brie SIS Uh. WHIisroo. s I" -Mai ST Rival, blv 2S9 tons. AdH. S. 1". Jiij 7 Clan Fercos. lr. IA. 7 to- WHuen. i:tv4wM. May 25. Orccon sa. 23S3 tons. PoMman. S 1' Mas Xorth liend bU 371. tea Merryiaaa. J V Maj 21 Alden Beef. Aiu 1A. S tHs. .Vfs. HenuUenc may 22 Coloma. Am bk 8S Um-t. Xm. llAHskanc May 28 Uali'oraia. str. CT1 tons.CarroM.bitkaMaylt Mortlia Fisher. brlik.Ml Hum. MeAtiam. Newcas tle. N S W.Maj, 1(. Kellaporte. br bk. W :. Tate. NeweaMfc. N S ;V.Ma 11 Alpha. Rob. ...

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. — 31 May 1881

C'l ? .tfBoattMBMMaaMaiBaya Tol. XV. Astoria. Oregon. Tuesdav Morning, May 31, .1881. Ho. 26. i tmmn t.stcks FIUHT. sjttixo iwlls story or the A WFUL COX TEST - IXVOK rXO THE All) OF THE am: at spirit. HIS POSIRLK UKLUCTANCi: TO mitt IX HOSTILITIES. TJIE HA'JTI.K FOUGHT DUllIXO A TlillJUJiLK TlTUXDHK-STOliM. A special corresjxmdeiit of l!i( Toronto Globe writes from Wood mountain, April I). 1SS1 : In a recent ir.tervew with Maj. Oro.ier, Sitting Hull said: During tlc summer previous to the one in which C'ustor attacked us, he sent a letter to me telling me that if 1 did noL go to an agency he would fight me; and 1 sent word back to him by his messenger that 1 did not want to fight, but only to be left alone. 1 told him at the same time that if he wanted to fight that he should go ami fight those Indians who wanted to fight him. Custer then sent mc word again (this was in the winter), "You would not take mv former offer; now 1 am going to fight you this winter.'" 1 sent word back and...

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. — 31 May 1881

""T&p W ...,. i iuu" B'AW 1M.yAJJg3B3 gfts pails rStoriim. ASTORIA. OREGON: TUESDAY -MAY 31, 1SSJ T.C.IRELtM. -Erilor. Turbulent Chimimer,. A few days since, -&t the resi dence of a "leading tiitizen of As toria, who was absent from the city, the lady or the house was compelled to call to her aid the force of -a neighboring .gcntlcnyin to eject JYom the premises an insolent and most grossly insulting Chinese domestic. This incident will go to show that the idea that Chinamen aie quiet and docile creatures is a very great mistake. "When not overawed by the pres ence of the Caucasians, tliey arc murderous and unruly, their quar rels auioiiir themselves me verv often brutal in the extreme. The To Teacfce pnpilB of Pab- lie Schools. The new aciiool books published by A' S. Barnes & Co., and adopted by hrj superintondents of Oregon to bo ' introduced the present season, arc just received direct from the publish ers, and are now for sale and exchange at introductory prices set...

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. — 31 May 1881

f 0) gto gatlij stoxuiro, ASTORIA, OREGON: TUESDAY MAY 31, lSbl ISSUED EVBRY MOEKIHG. iMaiay Exeeite4: II. V. Ireland, Hdltor and Vni ncir i AsUtricvH JiniUUitij, (?. Slrtcl Terms of Subscription : served by Csrner. per week 2S Cents Soot by mail. ftjr)flj5ths.........-..........5 W ?onthvMan.tBe v-r. a i Proo of Pastw-e toab3cnbers. - Advertifowonta inserted by taoj-eur at j the rate of cl So ier square itw mwtfa. 1'raHwent sdvort'iWHt:. by the dy or week. Ifty cenU ior square for oaeh insertion. the cclih Aotonan 1 a imtntnioUi .sheet, nearix double the -sixe of lheDftiix. Hi-. ju4 the pa jerforthe fireside. iNHiiainhii: in sddi timiioaU the cut i cist wx. choice inin-ot-linwj.afrncMM'Mal matter, maikt re hi te. ite. It is Im-nished Jo MHtjk sih si"fui. aJ J (H) mm xear in advance. I3TA limited iittuin.r ot ma!' adwi- tieHieid- iM rtwi 1 i-4xljte!iel sates, i THE CITY. I Mi' JUu. toin w4l in, r.; ' j iHM-tod sale of the OrtfMM railway. rw t! m4rwii'4i' tttie? fn iff rtty ftt ' mar...

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. — 31 May 1881

& (4) to nnu gvslorim);. Columbia River Exports. MISCELLANEOUS. h . ' ASTORIA. OREGON: TUESDAY jlA1 "' 15aj : p.nwiviFRnr &nn tradf ' pnVT ,,,, QTniJT V , " IlKADY FOR SKA. I BllorbanU. br A. I la tM. Part. I-. I May , SA lU'.li Orecon ss. 2SS lone.TeWwan. SF Mbj Victoria Cro-s, Ur 1. tew. Own. Lwniaal. Mas-:) Herbert Black, bk "H3 twitk. Qijh-mw. Ma- Gen AVrisht U S str Damr YaquiBa taw Mar Mary BlHDdeM I5r hi l ..Chrt. Qimk-b , Selkirkshire. br sb WS um. AW-i. Unl. ' May 22 ; Isle of Erin br bk Q Mar i Webfoot. bkt. SM tens. Lewi. Sa Pi May AMUYAIA MOM SKA. Columbia. s. 2TSi tet Helta S F. Rthel. br bk. 4i ten, (.rafcani. UrortxMil. hm Argo. cr lfc CS tf. Oata 'afiara Ma tW Orient, bris. 3JJ tow). Williams. S F Mar 27 Uival. bk. 2W tw. AMm. . 1". Mf ?T Olnn Krcu,Mn. br bk.TKUMi VHo. l'.ribiio. lay 3S. North Uend bkt SW tm Mmrmnii. h F J! SI Altlen i:eMc. Aui 1. Wf t. X. ltkt may Ji t Uoloma. Aw lk 5M t-. Xre llnnnkomc Jlr Ualifornia. str. fiit tm.. Car. SWm 5Ir W Jlsrtba 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. — 1 June 1881

t-Tgy?Hi5y.iji ji'miy'iiiwitiT'' yyw' Hisag f'. I Ji? Vol. xv. Astoria, Oregon, Wednesday Morning, June 1, 1881. No. 27. ffi I sp $ i Stotoriftn TUP. TIE AND TRACK. A BRIEF RESUME OF THE EAU- LT liATLliOAV HISTORY OF THE COLUMBIA BASIX. THE STANDARD GAUGE BRA. we bid adieu to the narrow and avijijromi thi: standard gauge road Walta-watia SuilesmjHi. Maj 2dtf On Wednesday eveni: at C:lo the standard gauge locomotive rolled into the AValla-wallu depot. As a .simple .fuel many people would overlook this item as a mat ter of minor importance, lmt never theless it is of importance vast importance to this section. It is the dawn of a new era that will bring tins country before the world at large in its true light. Prior to 1874 passage and freight were transported to "Wallula, then our entrepot, by stages and freight wagons. Under this regime such a thing us transporting the pro duets of our land was out of tW epiestion. In 1S73 i)r. Baker, with great foresight, undertook the building of ...

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. — 1 June 1881

ggggglT tmnmim -W&fH3gBr f . B IWM V W W tf gftc gnVlj stta-inxu ASTORIA- OREKOX WEDNESDAY .... Attention. .c.iui:l.im .JUNE 1, ISSlj Klilor. i Free lunch, boor mid whiskery to- aiokiiow at the fit-cat Eastern saloon. MaxWAoxm:. (trifle! Itrfck! Itrirk! Win. G. Faroo, of express fame, is very ill hi Buffalo, with slight hope of recovery. In view of the condition of af fairs among the Ties and the pos sibility that there may b.e. trouble there, the war department has de cided that telegraphic communica tion with the interior of the I'te territory shall be established. It is a notorious fact says a Dublin telegram, that xll recent disturbances have been raised in agricultural districts wheic the farmers are well off. To speak of these people as objects of com passion, as downtrodden, rack rented victims of landlord cruelty, is untrue. 1 have on liawi a large amount of brick for sale at from $5 to $S per thousand. Call anil examine near Astoria cemetery. John "Williamson. A tine lo...

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