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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 1 June 1881

" WU&Wm -y1!1-.- - iWPT S?tnKf" jii. nm,m rm m m yMWfWiy X Oj s. gte illB stotium. ASTORIA, OREGON: WEDNESDAY JUNE 1. 1SS1 ISSUED EVERY MORNING. Monday lixcoi.todi. . O. Ireland, Editor ami X'ropilelor Astonan IhuJdimi, Com '. Tcrns of Subscription : aoiTed by Carrior. per week :& Coals Sent by mail, four months i D" ?ent by mail, one year. 9 IVJ Free of Posture to .Subscribers. Advertisements inserted by theyenr he rato of $1 M icr square ior inenth. Transient advertisinj;. by the day or iveek. fifty cents ner suuare for onch iBfortinn. The WcrUly Astorinn Is u uuuuuioth sheet, nenrh double I the size of theDailv. It is jtm the jt-j nerforlhe fireside, containing in sniili- imu to an me cuneiit news, choice mis cellany, agricultural matter, market re ports,, ete. It is furnished lo single siili scriber at S'J (H per j ear in atlane. ;5?A limited numoer itf Mai! a.lver tKcuients iiiM'iied at established rates. THE CITY. !... !..... . . v...... . - It I I... .....--.. . .. , ...

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. — 1 June 1881

hjwtz piWflwp'ViMWiM' 'jyy 'wi impish. p r-Wfff' 'Tr'- 01 MISCELLA2CE0US. mSCELLANEOUS. G. K. 3HrA2TT. 7A. isst"5- M S3T5 a. 4n ASTORIA. OREGON: "WEDNESDAY. JUNE 1. 1SSJ COMMERCEJIND TRADE. PORT OF ASTORIA. READY FOR SEA. EUerbankB. br bk. 1H tHW. Pac.r. Invert. MayM SAILED Orecon ss. 253 tonii. Poblman. S V MajrM Victoria Ore, lw bk. 1hm. 0Hn.I.wnl. Maj 28 Herbert Black. W. a ton. Qu cw.Mr 2 Uen Wright IT S str Dennjr Yaqaia ba Star-' Mary Blnndell Br bk S18 ma.CWrert. Qmmltfra May Jl , Selkirkshire, br b MS t. Anderson. Lwiel. Maj 22 Idle of Erin br bk Qntitwn Mar WebfooL bkt Sfil tons. Len-u. San Pwlro My2 ;: va .s vo j; si . Columbia m 27J1 ten lktl S F. maj XI Hthel, brbk.4SS lens. ;rakain.I.iWHpftl. w 2 Area, cr bk Ctttono. (.atw Yaloarat) M Orient, brie. 212 tn VVjMani. S F Maj $7 Kival. bk. 299 Iww. Adam. S. 1". M IT Clan Fergana, br bk.?tNi VVilOHt. HrMian, May US. North Bend bkt ST. ton-. MwmBB. .s I'Mtj 21 Allien liesse. Aim bk. Sr t. Xv. UwBfcionc may 22 Colotua. Ain bkS...

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. — 2 June 1881

(I) y"l lag iii a &, g sr s Vol. XY. .Lstoria, Oregon, Thuvsrtav Alornini;, June 2, 1881. So. 28. L IL i 1 ,4J Jr JP J t & Wllr iris" szr LETTER PROM MR. VILLARD. A Reply to the Citizens of Walla walla on the Policy of the Ore gon Railway and Naviga tion Company. Walla-walla Union. The following letter from Mr. Villartl, bears date New York, April 18, 1881, and is addressed to Messrs. James M. Cornwall, James M. Dewar, G. A. Evans, John Tracy, William F. Nut tall and others. Mr. Villaid says: Tui .llrmoram'tim Which vou weic irood enouirh to address to me under date of Feb ruary 5th last, from Walla-walla, duly reached mo about a month since. As the wishes you express therein for a reduction of freight rates on grain had been antici pated by the voluntary action of our company some days befoie the memorandum was in my hands, I reserved my reply thereto until I had more leisure for it. Nothing being lost by the delay of my answer, I trut that you will ex cuse it. Vou may rest...

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. — 2 June 1881

p" Jj- (2) r gfte JlnVttj stovtatt. ASTORIA. OREKOK THURSDAY ..juni: 2,515s: B.C.IUELAMI..... Editor. 3b. Villards Letter. If there were the slightest ex cuse for complaints from people of eastern Oregon aiul "Washington, with respect to the coure pursued by the Oregon Iailvy and Navi gation company, Mr. Villnrd's let ter, which we rejMiwlHce to-tlny, ought to satisfy all as to the fact that unbiased opinion will award fairness and justice to him and the compani which he lepre sents. We k special iitteution to his remarks in re fi'tviice to storage, com minion. ml re.st, etc. There has been great stress laid tupon charge. In ought to bear against the company, and by trac ing the matter te its source it may be discovered that the ims who have been the most exacting in this case, are the omu, wim have feasted most from unjust lilchings. The satne words will apply to the! gang who are constantly harping about inefficient tug bouts, and immoderate charges for pilotage, towage, etc.. at ...

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. — 2 June 1881

.0 J ASTORIA, OREGON: THURSDAY JUNE 1, 1SS1 ISSUED EVERY MORNING. Oloxylay Excoiitedi. I. C Irclatnl, Kdilor and Priinrlrlur Axtnrtan Iiniidhuq, Case tfUrevt. Terms of Subscriptien: j the 2Cth inst. in regard U A worn j iaeific shore, and back and forth from IIZZIZ? SSiS0 i'a ,crried' "fT- mountain emt to the ocean entby mail, four months S 0& j steamships. I on are aware that wuce t . . sent by mail, one year. ". '' J the disablement of the .State of Cali-; "shouting t tt!e cry of 4 Froo of Pottace to .Subscribers. . fornia we have lieen pushed for time, j freedom,"' and its melodious and in- ,.,. . i'i'.v . Iml "ve lHHin 'WSwH tlietapiriiH' bugle-call was, indeed, worth Advertisements marled by tke jw t moA of , j t our UMJf(OWlL it , " -ho rate of SI 30 .or iare per tamta. I aUH.s whjre we 0l,Hjfed 7o"ns we . "0,,sana M'e"' ll oke th U" rransientadverti8inB.bytheU.y . yn mR e to JHV. the freht light- j ""' " rf freedom in every ' 3fty Cnt3 """ " .wertion. m tljj a m revt as I...

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. — 2 June 1881

--- in wmt ' w i '' . .gig" vM?33gi yg.-. fjfmrm (HI gfc gntftj stovimx. J ASTORIA. OREGON: THURSDAY. ..JUNE 2, 1SS1 GOMMERCEAKD TRADE PORT OF ASTORIA. READY FOR SEA. SAILED. Ellerbanlw. br W. IH t. Pmlwr. a June 1 Orecon ss. 2S tens. PsMmm. 5 F Mnr Victoria Ores br bk. fit m. Owb. Ivril. Herbert Black, bk " tw. Qimuitrtown. Mt Gen Wright U S str Dmb; Yaqvma hv Ma-27 3 j Marx BlHndell Br W. SM ie.Clwt,QiMw, Mai- Jl Selkirkshire, br 4. 1WS I'M!. An4etMi. liwil. May 22 Ile of Enn br bk Queew4w Maj 9 Webfoot, bkt. 361 tens. Lewi. San P4iw Map 2 ARRIVAL FROM SEA. Columbia, ss. 2Til tenb Holies S F. mar 39 Uthel. brbk.4M tons. Graham. LiMrpe)- Hy3 Arco. cr bk CM ton's. (.ate Vatpar! Ma It) Orient, brie. 212 tw. WiHm. S F Mr 27 Rival, bk. 299 tons. Ailamo. S. F. Mar 7 Olan Fersuson. lr. bk.7W tn Witm. Hnsbaoe. May 2S. North Bend bkt 87(. tensMerryan..S KJlu 21 Alden Resse. Arabic. St! ten. Nttje. MftHgkME may 2i Ooloraa. Aw bk S ton. Nh. Hw'Ht Mar California, str. G74 tons. UarrW. Sitka M...

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. — 3 June 1881

f lPLf wWJtlll"J.TTiSpS!5yv,W i. ji - "-p?ry,i,m-JW'iiJg-j4gf' rijittJiJ 'upjii!!imuiL r) Vol. xv. .Istoria, Oregon, Fridav Morning, June ?, J 881. So. 29. -f"V- " n i. Stetfratw, AiUs OKTH IDAHO. T.4KT.VG ;l A'7ii THItOUGJi CAMAS PllAlIilE. ONE OK TliK (JEMS OF TI1K PACIFIC SLOPE DESCRIBl. Ner. l'ereos Nev.s. The tender light of an afternoon mm bathed the landscape in mel low tints as we obtained our first view of Camas prairie from the summit of Cottonwood hill on Fri day last. The scene spread before us was one of entrancing beauty. At our feet lay the prairie itself, with its. undulations and gently rising slopes, softened by distance into the appearance of a great tranquil, inland sea; stretching away to the eastward, the dense greenness of its vegetation merges into the dull gray of the foothills, which in its turn vanishes into the blackness of the timber-clad moun tains in the background. The eye at first rests with feelings of re freshment upon The I.tivurlniil Hue Of vegit...

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. — 3 June 1881

m i gnc gang staxssx. ASTORIA. OREGON : FRIDAY JUNE 3, 3881 .C.IRELiM... ...Editor. TIic Xcw Nebraska Laws. A high license law, requiring saloon keepers in cities of 10,000 people to pay a license of 1,000 a 3'ear, and in smaller places to pa S500; also requiring an iron-clad bond of ?55,000; also that all screens shall he taken down, went into effect on the l&t in Nebraska, but was totally unobserved by Omaha liquor men, who propose to fin-hl the law on the ground of unconstitutionality. They have organized a merchants and manu facturers union throughout Ne braska, and theie are about 000 members in Omaha. A big sum of money has het-n raised to pay legal expenses, ami tne very esi legal laieni is cngagt-u. . ar- rests have yet been made, but ten opcnp(1 ,uul h(t cwcry fonnd ortwelvep..bably willbe)nademw,iichw:is forw:ird'C(1 to tlto Iron a day or two, and then a test case will be started. His expected that a final decision can be reached in the supreme court in July. The liquo...

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. — 3 June 1881

.- y . WJ J, d glis gvxttrj strlinu ASTORIA, OREGON: FEIDAY JUNE 3. 1SS1 ISSUED EVERY MORNING. 'Monday Excepted). C Irelauil, Editor ami Proprietor Astorian Building, Cass Street. i. Terms of Subscription : served by Carrier, per woek.......2."i Cent Sent by mail, four months..... ....SJ5 00 Sent by mail, cne year. . ................ 9 00 Free of Postaco to Subscribers. -A.irnrtismpnts in?nrti liv th vor at ' the rate of $1 Go .or square wamienth. j Transient advertising by the day or wo. fifty conUi.erH,,uaroforonch insertion. ti.- -.-.i t.. t. a - ii nij .i-fiMiiuu ( Is a mammoth sheet, nearly douldo lhe.si7.eof the Daily. It is Justine im- per for the iiie-ide. containing in Mudl-' ii.m toull the .-uiie.it news. eholoc wis- eelJaiiv.airiieultiiral maiti-i. market re- ooits, trie. It is tiirnislted to single Mil . . . . . .i t....i . . ,r t ..l. I sciibers at -J 00 pet vear in advance. J-i5"A limited iiumoei of suhJ! advej tisement.s inserted at established rate- THE CITY. 1 l!IK ...

Publication Title: Daily Astorian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 3 June 1881

flMBPIilUtSUi" 5 tjwpww1'' -TjfafBfaSwl " f f ,,A"jKrf wj"")-!" -. - r m" ' 'gt Ml gto gaxls storcimk ASTORIA. OREGON: FRIDAY. JUNE 3. 1SSJ GOMMERCEJKD TRADE. PORT OP ASTORIA. READ? FOR SEA. SAILED. Oilifornia. sir. 674 tons. Carroll, bitlft Jnue '1 Ellerbanks. br bk. 1100 toni. Pat1.it. Lhcrpool. June 1 Orccon s. 233S tons. Pehhnan. 8 V Ma 30 Vietoria Cross, lir bl. C09 tons. Oxren. Liverpool. Mar Herbert Blaok. bk ".'a ton. Queeastown. May 29 Con Wright U S str Denny Yaquina rm May 27 3 Marx Blundell Br bk Utt tons.Calvart.Queentown Max 1 SelLirksliirc.br sh IPC t. Andersen. Livei-po. May 22 IMe of V.nn br bk Queenstctun Maj ii -i ?. -4 ls ynoM SEA . Columbia. s. 27J1 tons Holies S P. may SO Htliel. brbk.4S tons. Graham. Liverpool. jua.29 Arco. gr bk Kfttons. Uat7 Valparaiso May 2H Orient, brie. 212 tons. Williams. S P Maj 27 Kival. bk. 299 tons. Adam. S. P. May 27 Clan Ferguson, br. bk.Wi Ion Wilson. ISrisbane. May 2. North Hend bkt 376 ton Merryman S V Maj 21 Alden llese.Atnlk. ...

Publication Title: Daily Astorian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 4 June 1881

(t) wwJw!iw Astoria. Oregon, Saturday Morning, June 4, 1881. No. 30; Vol. xv. LIVES TO .1 PUEMATMCE MOSQl'ITO. Unwelcome iueet, thut with fe-We whir lutrudest thus upon the backward .priiir. A ernal blunder. Brier in this chilly wot Id will he thy May. Aud if thou seest the eve ot one cool da . Twill he a wonder. When mother Nature from a bed of Hi Evolved thee several weeks before Ihy time. What freak convulsed her? Why did she send thee, lean aud naked, for th To face Hip biting breezes of the north. Without an ulster? With drooping pinion, guiltless ol anting. Thou seeiuest now a poor and broken thing. Ahking protection ; Not one whose droning song with night 1h- Bhis, Jovltil in dooming healed human skius To vivisection. Thou shouhlst hac died heieafter. m tin strife , , Of angry hands upraised to take thy life Ami flvf im duiiiifr. Win .ml.-lr nTi:iinitttii)ll.or llrtckilHT rMIKU, U'lion lif 1i!issciiri!f liftnm. will lake llnf quick consuniption.or hacking cong n life lias sca...

Publication Title: Daily Astorian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 4 June 1881

irSj"M P iV '" . 'TTS'SrJW 'JJHJ lH"l(tlWi w mxc iniTB ltaknu ASTORLA.- OREGON: SATURDAY JUNE 4, 18S1 . C. IRELAND ..Editor. -Pooling Their Interests." The anti-monopoly ajritation in 2sew York is bearing: its good fruits. Recently four Philadelphia housewives joined in the purchase of a whole barrel of flour, and found it considerably cheaper than their previous practice of buying a few wounds at a time. They ex tended the plan to other supplies, and then to additional members. Next they hired a room and a wo man to superintend the purchases and distribution. Fifty families now get all their groceries through this association at the lowest wlvole sale prices. Piatt and Conkling lead the columns in the .senatorial ballot' inp-s at Albany. An Albany dispatch mivs ihe administration men ate hunting for a stalwart who can break the Conkling column. Very impfoba ble story. They will go whole lion or none. 1 lie ivpnrl fiom Snleiii that . i-i r warrants are beujg drawn for con- structton...

Publication Title: Daily Astorian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 4 June 1881

"",'rw"" """?"' s ""7"-" V? 0) v 2sx Itaxlij l0rlaiu ASTORIA, OREGON: SATURDAY JUNE 4, 1SS1 ISSUED EVERY MORNING. Moadar Excepted!. D. C. Ireland, I'ditor and Proprietor Axtorian Building, Cass direct. Terms of Subscription ; served by Carrier, per -rook .......2 Cents Sent by mail, four month....... ...... .. .$" 00 Sent by mail, one yesr-...... .................. 9 of) Free of Postaso to Subscribers. eur Advertisements mserted by theyear Ht j v the rate of 51 30 ,.er square or month. , rrunsiont advortisinR. by the Jay or week, Mir cents per square for each insertion. Tltr Wiel!y Astorinu , , , . , . . , ,. - 4l ,, - , 4 ii I Is it muutmntli .sheet, neaily ilonble. get iricmnoats, the t)liH ls get all tbesizeof ihel)ail. It K ju,t the m-hi. rt .jr. upr for the lire esiue. fomainini; in amu-' tioutoall the current new. choiee m- eellanv. a-'rieultural matter, murket ie-i ports, etc. 11 i-. lurn;hedf to Miilf- sb- M-noei ai uo pei er in :m..K-. li-TomenN inseiU-d at ttuhlishetl rate...

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. — 4 June 1881

CI Hfoe Snite sixaiao. ASTORIA. OREGON: SATURDAY... JUNE 4. 18S2 ColumhiA Rivor Exports. SHIPMKSTS I'OBEIGX. RHCAriTCLATIOX. 51 A 16S1. Flour, 49.839 bbls, value $224,9ia v neai, j.3oj ens. - :hs,541 Snlmon, 12.400 , 58,280 COMMERCE AND TRADE. TORT OF ASTORIA. READY FOR SEA. SAILED. California. 8tr. fiTl toBs.CarreH. Sitfc June t Kllerbanks. br bk. 1WJ torn. Parker. Liverpool. June 1 Oregon ss. 223 tons. PafclmMi. S F Mr9 Victoria Grim, br W;. OHS let. Owen. Ivn. Mara Herbert Btock. 1. 7SS tss. O. -twn. Mr Gen Wright U S tr Desiir Yjhhmi tv May S3 Mary Blundell Br M. Ml tJjst.OHert. QueeaMewn Mar U Selkirkshire. Wfch. UaU.A4rMwi. i-jverjxwrf. A J.' 'J LS FROM SEA. Columbia. . 2741 tens lloUae S 1". amy IHliel. br IA-.4M tews. Graham. LirtrpaflL wyS8 Argo. gr bk G5tet. (iatjge VattrtMH Ma "& Orient, brie. 212 toiw. Williams. S V May ST Rival. I. 299 tens. Alaw. S. 1". May 27 Clan 1'erciron. Ur. W..WHjjh. WihwH. IStMhib. May 2. North Bend but 7. ten Merrywan. S F May 21 Aldon R. A...

Publication Title: Daily Astorian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 5 June 1881

0 & .. . A 5 A iKW AIS B A B S fe !IA Jyiy Vol. xv. Astoria. Oregon, Sunday Morning, Juno 5, 1881. No. 31. 3Pil k 4. IF -SsS?4 sx s?r cr MOUNTAIN SHADOWS. AMOXU THE OP. EG OX CAS CADES A TRIP TO CRATER LAKE. A BIRD'S-EYE VIEW OK THE SUR ROUNDING COUNTRY SOKE OF THE JTAXY IXTEHESTIXG OBJECTS TO BE SEEX. Oregon Slate Line Herald. Standing upon the summit of a lofty peak of the Cascades, over looking a broad expanse of coun try, we "will now lift the curtain and point out the interesting ob jects of this grand panorama. With your Hold glass to your eyes, turn yrJnr face toward the south, and follow the steep declivity of the mountain along yonder canyon until it looses itself in the darkness of the forest and rocky gorge. There, among frowning cliffs and towering pines, from out a dark cave in the mountain side, with many A UnlililliiK Sound nutl .Miixir.il Hippie Flows Anna's creek, as if laugh ing in its glee at once more be holding the sunlight and mountain shadows, after a turb...

Publication Title: Daily Astorian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 5 June 1881

if?. S-r tt) gTxc Sntts 5t0vUxtu ASTORIA. OREGON: SUNDAY. june.-.. iss: D.C.IKLLAM) .F.dlfor. Ros Rtir Rumble IJce. Yestordny a 1uhi11'1)(m strange visitor to In in tin ity; buzzed :icross the-. face of. a whv fmvr on the street, hrinirinjr with him mit restions of th" incwlow,. lie was not an humble "ew: th iv -v'ns not a trace of humility. in his deportment he was n bumble bee. with a capi tal B, and don't you forget it. Tin bumble bee is the verv tvne of the .summer loiterer. J'le does not work himself to death, like the little busy bee that doth improve each shining hour. Jle loafs and invites his soul; the dear old blundering awkward reveller. The very smell of him is surrestive of the weedy banks of a favorite trout stream. a here thistles if row, and fat flowers hide under rank leaves or broad stretches of red clover,or blossoms of sweet pea vines. Who would irt swap two days of weary hard worked city life to be a bumble bee for one day in the meadows of farmer Gray for in st...

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. — 5 June 1881

() glis gailB .steXarw ASTORLA, OREGON: SUNDAY JUNE 5, 18S1 ISSUED EVERY MORNING. (Monday Excepted). !. C. IrcJaud, Editor anil Proprietor AsUtnan UnVdUuj. iim tifrcct. Terms of Subscription : aerred by Corner, ior t-ek ..1& Ucnw Sent by mail. four month ...........S3 W int by mail, cno yetir ............ i Frao f 1'hc t Sbicribr.s. fro"AftvortuwnoBi3 uiMrted by tbuynr st the rate of $1 .Vi tor Mituiro ior iw.ntli. transient advertising, by the day or weak, 5fty cents ier square for eiwh insertion. Tin MccMy Asiorinn Is a mammoth hrct. nearly double the size of the Daily. It is just the na per for tho fireside, containing in audi tion to all the cunent news,, choice mis cellany, agricultural matter, market re ports, "etc. It is turuishod to single b scriber.s atS2 00 per year in advance. 2sJT'A limited numner of Miml! adver tisements inserted at established rate-. THECIT. Thk Daily astohian will he ctit hy mail atT cent a month, free of jHirfayc. Head tr who contemjiMcahscnce 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. — 5 June 1881

r favsaF "jrvr- V gto 3iJB gstorimx. ASTORIA. OREGON: SUNDAY. JUNE 3, 16S1 CQMMEHCEAHD TRADE. PORT OF ASTORIA. Colmttbia. River Exports. SHIPMENTS FORKIOK. UUCAVnUI.ATIOX.MAY 1831. Flour, 4n,839 bbls. alne 8234,910 Wheat, 2SfiSTt ctls, ' 348,544 Silinon, 12,400 e, 58,2S0 READY FOR SUA. SAJLKD. Columbia, s. 27SI teas Kalto S V. June 3 California, str. 4 t. Orratt. Sitka .'line 2 Htlerbank. br W- lMt tw. Parlwr. Mernl. June 1 Victoria Crew. lr 1. t Ihm. Owm. irfmrpMl. MarM Herbert Biek. 1A "M ion (Jut at re. Mar Oon Wrtekt US Dew- Yaqtnaa ba Mar 27 Mary RlandoH Br J.1. MB twi.CMrert. QMme-K Mm H Selkirkshire, brsli UetAn.Ami(eii. IrtwnJ. Max 2 ARRIVAL FKOM SEA o Hlliel. brbk.4 tn. .raam. Liton w) 2 Arso. er bV fitttn. Gatae Valrra-e May J Unent. brie. 215 tew? ittamia. h K May 27 Rlral. bk. 299 tons. Adams. J Y. Maj 27 Olan Forc9B. br. 1A 7 ! XVin. Krtsbane. May 2. North Bend bLt 37. tuHiMammtMi h K Mai 21 Aldon Boase.Ainbk. 8li t. .jre. llMiffknns ina 22 Oeloma. Am bk SS tea. XM Ileu...

Publication Title: Daily Astorian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 7 June 1881

sAtixfflx. jlfegM iiS .' ii jU 0S533V Astoria, Oregon, Tuesday Morning, June 7. 1881. No. 32. Vol. xv. rLi:irri away. My thought, vmriiot as thev Mht t wr, lusher ami higher on soni-let wtHtt : But ever and often, ami more ami iimhu. Thev are dragged down earthward by l lle things. Rv little troubles and liltt-e need. As a lark might he tangled mihoM the w eeds Mv purpose Is not what it ought to be. Steady and fixed, like a star on high. Hut more like a fishernmns light at sea : Hither and thither it seem to lly Soiuetinie.s feehle. ami sometimes bright. '1 lien suddenly hM. in the gloom of night. Mv life is far from my dream of life Calmly contented, serenely glad : Hut, vexed and worried by dally Miifc, It is alwavs woniud. and ofttime sad- And the bights I had thought I should reaeh one dav. Crow dimmer and dimmer, and tarther away. Mv heart finds never the longed-for rest : Its worldlv striving, it-greed lor gokl. Chilled and frightened the calm-eyed guest Who .sometimes sought ...

Publication Title: Daily Astorian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
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P) ASTOKIA. OREGON: TUESDAY JUNE 7. 1331 . C. IttCI,.lM liriilor. Business ts. Jaw Hone. If the churches and other relig ious and moral organizations dis like Mormonism as intensely as they say the' do, why don't they fisrht the peculiar institution with its own weapon? Mormonism is increased and maintained only by immigration, for, contrary to natu ral supposition. I'tnh families do not average more children than those of other territories, and the faith is not maintained with groin fervor by saints of the second and third generations. Eurojean ig norance and poverty form the mainstay of Mormonism. The thick-headed peasant may not be much excited by the alleged mis sionaries story of the spiritual g-lories of the new Canaan, but he more fully understands an offer of a free pass to I "tali and a farm for nothing; when he reaches the New Jerusalem. Many a man not an ignorant peasant would outwardly assent to any faith if he could, by doing so, get a homestead and free transportation ...

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