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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 7 June 1881

.-.-rgf JK, 'f3j 'a jOailtt stowlau ASTORIA, OREGON: TUESDAY JUKE 7, 1SS1 ISSUED EVERY MORNING. (Monday Exeoittodl, l. C. Ii'claud, Editor ami Proprietor AaUtrian BuUdhtq, Com $brt. Terms of Subscription : aeivod by Carrier. ior week ..........25 Cents ent by mail. fourmontb........ ........ 5 W ont by mail, cno yoGr........... ....... S Od Free of Pnstasc to Subscriber. " Advertisements meertod by the your ot the rate of $1 ft) ior iunro jer month. Traniont advertising, by tbo day or week, fifty cents ner square for oncli inortien. "Hie Week! Aslorinu Is a mammoth sheet, nearly double tliesi7C0f Hie Daih. it !- iHst the pa per for the fncMde, containing in audi tion to all the cm rent news, elioico niif ccll.inv. agricultural matter, market ic- ports, etc. It, is ltirnishud to single sub scribcrs at S2 00 per j car in advance. ""A limited milliner of mnll fldvoi lisements inseitcd at astnhlished nites. THEOITY. Thk Daily astokian will he et J mail alio cent a mnnUi. firfofjmtagc He...

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. — 7 June 1881

wMPffillHWiu iLiapfaw I1-' i-1 mmfmyipl "PiWJ'"UW?l'tf f!1!111-"!1 prsr"- Y""-' HJ Paw'mmptmwwi ASTORIA. OREGOX: TUESDAY ....JUNE 7, 1SSI COMBEBGEJUID TRADE. PORT OF ASTOKIA. READ FOR SKA. Lizzie Bell, br bk lft. MrfnMMi. l.Uorr.M.1. June 4 Agnes Oswald. Ixvb. 1330 tes. .MelSiblHin. Oueens- town June 6 Katp and Anna. se-iM-eh.2JUi. I.Htits. arars Barber. June P Xorth Bend bkt 37h tons MorryHian. F Jw Columbia, w. 2721 tens Botles S r. June 3 California, sir. G74 tons.CarrM. Sitka .lunp 2 Ellerbanl.. br bk. WH tern.. Parker, Iivorp"i, June 1 Victoria Crew, Itr bk. tons. Owen. Lvrn,d Mar ) Herbert Black. Ik 5S ten. ('tM.enw4.ewii. May 29 Gen Wright USitU Denny Yaquina bay May 27 -Mary Blundell Brbk PW tH.Oalert.Qnnstnn May U Selkirkshire. brtth. 119itw. Anderson. Lnorpftid. .Mav i ARRIVALS FROM SUA. Alpha, wrfi htarr. TillamoeU,.Ian(?5 Hthcl. br bk. 4S tons. Grataon. I.iverpd. 2f Argo. cr bk GSStons. Gatae Valiisraiso M W Orient, brig. 312 tons. Williams. S F Ma' 27 Rival, bk. 29 ten....

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. — 8 June 1881

Cf) 91 ft t tift flrit Til r jfeJ Jli' il' ly Jul Vol. xv. Astoria, Oregon, "Wednesday Morning, June 8, 3881. No. 33. BEX BUTLEU'S YISIOX. tHYf A T TH i: ESSEX ST A TESMA X SEES. OONKLING AND Pl.ATTS RKSIGNA- TION FROM AN INDEPENDENT STANDPOINT. rjfiJ TJIKOItl'OF THE .UTAH! -THE Tllll' TO MENTUU. Who is Robertson? A Prediction. General 13enj. F. Butler lias been iuterviewed by a Herald corres pondent in New York on the prc pailinr topic. He says of tin resignatiens: "1 think it was a brave, sagacious, and politic act. and 1 think 1 can see why it was done. He was in the senate, where all admit he was facile jmn ceps, representing the great state oC New York, in the most cordial relations with all its trusted states men and political leaders. No man ever held before him such relations. His life-long friend was vice-president, another governor of the state of New York, and his colleague was intimately bound to him by long years of agreement, and he is of more than ordinary strength an...

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. — 8 June 1881

M glxc nalB stexsttu ASTORIA- OREGON : "WEDNESDAY JUNE S, 1SS1 . C. IRELAND . .Editor. Railroad Work. The Umatilla depot building will he finished in rustic and panel work. The company is still in want of men to work along the line. The other day they em ployed a large extra force of carnenters. As soon as the road is completed from Umatilla to Pendleton the force will be moved down between Portland and the Dalles. "Work on the tunnels be tween the Cascades and The Dalles is progressing night and day the tunnels will 1h through by the 1st of August. Thou. F. Qakes, the new director, w!m succeeded Dilworth, is to be made vice-president of the Northern Pacific in place of Robert Harris. Mr. Oakes went into the Kansas Pacific in 1S70 to represent General Fre mont and friends, lie was gene ral freight agent from 1S?0 to IS7G, and was then elected viec nresident. Me there made Vil- lards acquaintance, ami was made general superintendent, and be came vice-president and general manager of ...

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. — 8 June 1881

(3 glic -QHttn Jvstxaittiu ASTORIA, OREGON: "WEDNESDAY JUNE S, 1SS1 Common Council Proceedings. Council met in siecial session Icruvian Bitter-. I inrhooa fJuWa ISSUED EVERY MORNING. Mandn? Excepted!. I. C. Ireland, I'ditor and Proprietor Athtrian JWWwtg, fJii Sired. Torms of Subscription : served by Carrier. iwr week .......35 Cents Sent by mail , four months-...-..... ......$ t ent hy mail, cno rear..... . - M f,0 Free of lsHeo to Subscribers Crtr Advertisomwus insert oJ by the year at the rate'of SI Wi torsturo per month. Transient advertising, by tho day or week. Sfty cents ior iunre for och iortiw.. The HrcHj Istoriau liuw. T.tli nKiinf trv ,..11 At,... The Colllll ("lUchOU Was tlK Mllsl , X. , ' , ' :,. . . Victim in Peru m KEW. TIm Counto. 1 ). C . Ireland prridiiig. ; Ms H ;.. was prostrated b.x an intermit- j Couneihnen present Baker, tent fex er. from w lik h site xx as freed b TUbr. Tvlnr snns ,.l. -,, J j tlHMIM Of the HfctiXV reilK'dX. lllC IVrit- nerlit. Absent Llcnuin...

Publication Title: Daily Astorian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 8 June 1881

VFX -V"-1 -in&flvtt.',T ri'in.1"1" aegp,iwtvS5Wrr3(f!pr'pw:,-cwii" iw.'''j", mmgtm -JiJW&BtfWD ' r-Hiiawt&ft" Wi CM) lnx3ijmiMmmrmKmmTmrym-tiaTTV7Ti-j''ij'm rnm.t .raxo iBaaMB km rw w,.!, .jii i u i iij mmammmsmamammmmmmaammmamammimmmmmmm gto mTrj storUm. ASTOKIA. OREGON: WEDNESDAY JUNE S. ISM COMMERCE AMD TRADE. POUT OF ASTOKIA. READY VOi: SUA. Orient, brig. 31! fans. XViMwtas, Sa retire Jiwe fi Acnes Ontiald. Hr4i. ! Wmm. .Me(?NrtxH).(jHens- totn Juno fi Kate and Anna. wienm Mtk.23 tHs I.ttWas Oras Harbor. Jane SAII.IW. l.iaeie Hell, br M MCKts MorgtMHti. I.ivwi-wri, June i North Bend bkt Si toHsMerryuHiH. S F.lHtie Columbia, rs. 7t tern I?oHs S I"..1hhc Z California, str. C74 tons.Orr41. Sitka .lime t Kllerbank, br bk. 1A tn. l'arlw, Mri"L .lune 1 Victoria Ores. br bk. MW tot., Owen. Lttwrp!. May:) Herbert lilaek. lk 73 tH. ((iih4m(wh. Maj- 2tt (ten Wright U S r Denny YaHina iMvMayJT Mary liluadeM Krbk WW te.CMert.)aP6ntAwn Mar J I SelWirl.bir.br h. MfitH,Aiw4rH. I.iv...

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. — 9 June 1881

rvjtfriewi , 0) totton Astoria, Oregon, Thursday Morning, June 9, 1881. STo. 34. Vol. xv. M '- If Fisl Culture. The work of the California fish commissioners has been attended with the most gratifying results. The best result has been a cheap ening: of one of the best and most desirable kinds of food. The fin est salmon is so cheap in Cali fornia that it is within the reach of every class, and before long shad will cost uo more than the ordi nary fishes of the bay. The first shad were brought to California in 1870 or 1871 by Seth Creen. Since that time Messrs. Redding and Throckmorton, of the Califor nia state fish commission, have ... ,. - w nrocured additional supplies of Vyoung shad, and placed them in the Sacramento. This excellent fish can now be found any day at the markets. All along the river and in the bay fishermen catch them. The commissioners, have obtained from the Tinted States 2,000,000 young shad from the Hudson and Potomac, which will be placed in tin .Sacra mento a...

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. — 9 June 1881

l CJ gto Snttg statism. ASTORIA. OREGON: THURSDAY JUNE i'. 1881 B. C. IREL.VM Editor. Tills is not a Puff. The Editor of Tin: Astokian acknowledgcs a compliment from Leinenweber & Co. in the shape-of a pair of superb home manufac tured boots. We have never had occasion butpnce, that we recol lect of, to regret a ivord utfered in behalf of home manufactured goods; and whatever we may have said in the past concerning Lein enweber & Go's enterprise, we feel certain we can honestly reassert even at the risk of another booting like this. But all attemptsat joking laid aside, the candid fact stares us in the face that the merchant or dealer who would not stand by a factory such sis Leinrnweber & Go's does not deserve the patron age of the people. Leinenweber had a pull up hill for years we recollect when his leather was scoffed at by sonic who were then leading dealers in leather, simply and for no other cause but that it was made in Astoria. Jle kept straight along upwards, a...

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. — 9 June 1881

m - j nl r T "1 ASTORIA, OREGON: THURSDAY JUNE 9, 1SS1 Death of Mr. O. P. Wlutelavr. Mrs. II. 11. Jackaon received by lasl steamer a letter from her brother, wig Nelson, boat puller, belonging t j I8SUED EVERY MORNING. 'Monday Excojitod). 1. C, Ireland, I'.dltor iiuil Pronrli'tur Aatonan Building, ? direct Terms of Subscription : ioived by Carrier, .or week ........!j Cents icntby mail, four months.... ...... 55 00 )nt ly mail, one year......... .......... . S W Free of Postage to Subscribers. &Mr Advertisement inserted by the year at the rate of $1 .V) teriuare per month. Transient advertising, by tbo day or week, afty centa iter square for each insertion. The WooKlj Astnrtau Auotlier Fisherman Lost. X. Benson of boat Xo. 1, and Lutl- Furalnlietl ItooniH to Tel I At 'rs. Mullen's 'origin;; "wuse. Mr. O. I'. Whitelaw, which was writ ten on the day of hid death, also let ters from Mr. W. S. Olendonin, with whom ho was stopping at Valle Ix Viojas. thirty-throe miles frrctii Sim Di...

Publication Title: Daily Astorian, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 9 June 1881

r-n ASTORIA. OREGON: THURSDAY JUNE 9, 1SS1 CQMMERCEJUID TRADL TORT OF ASTORIA. Columbia. River Exports. SHirMKXTS i-okkio. .TC2TK 1881. 4 To Ltccrjmil. per Lizzie Udl. From Portland 18A754 bbls flour. S7S.100 o To Qcowioj,;)crl7Hc OsuviM. J From Portland 47,S00 ctls wheat . Gl.loo JtllCAI'ITriTIOV. MAY 181. Flour, -HUSK) lmls. value 6224,910 Wheat, USSSXi ctls. M8.544 Salmon, pj.'OO o.s. - )8,280 READY FOR SKA. Actios Oswald, brrii. 139 tens. MeUibban. Qaeeas- town Juno (1 Kate and Anna, steam sch.21 tons. Lutjens. Grays Harbor. June SAILED. Orient, brie. 212 tons. Williams. San Pedro .June 6 Lizzie Bell, br bk IMfitons. Morpnard. Liverpool. June b North Bend bkt 37f tons Merrrnian. S F June K Columbia sa. 27S1 tens Holies S T. June 3 California. tr. G74 tons.CarrelL Sitka June 2 HUerbanL. br bk. 1W tons. Parker, Literpeel. June 1 Victoria Cros. br bk. &h tons. Owen. Liverpool. May:) Herbert Blaek. bk T:a tou. QnvstoHn.May 2 5n Wricht U S Mr Denny Yaquina Wa Maj i Total values. ...

Publication Title: Daily Astorian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 10 June 1881

PE-t i .- jJSy ., 0) vJrJW'Jllr Astoria. Oregon, Fridav Morning', June 10, 1881. Xo. 35. Vol. xv. THE BKAXXAX COLONY. THE OLD CALIFORNIA PIO NEER VISITS Trcsox IX THE INTEREST OF HIS PET PROJECT. A. MAdNIPICEFT .SCHEME FOR Till- SETTLEMENT OF A PROMISING SECTION OF SOXORA FREE I.ANDS FOR COLONISTS. Ariiona Dally Stai. Hon. Samuel Brannan was one of the earliest pioneers of San Francisco, and was prominently identified for many years with the best interests of the Pacific me tropolis. With rare sagacity his prophetic vision foresaw the future greatness of that then forbidding sjrnd waste and lie had faith enough in its future to put his little pile in corner lots, and at an early period he erected busi ness block which were then con sidered palatial, and are even now surpassed by only a fw of the more modern structures. A Uuailcr orn Coiitiirj Ago Mr. Brannan wa considered one of the wealthiest of the few unliefthhy place for cow boys, roundels Kiid ixrder desperadoes to emigrate to....

Publication Title: Daily Astorian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 10 June 1881

OJ r 0tmeamamsaam Hxc SaHB staivm. ASTORIA-OREROS: FRIDAY JUNE 10. 3SS1 D.C.IttELVXO. Editor. A Yankee Trick. Another and verv remarkable exhibition of Yankee enterprise has come to light through the pub lication of the icvision of the Xew Testament. With infinite care the commission of revision kept the result of their labors seci et. They knew that they hud American pub lishers to deal with and American daring and energy lo encounter. With a great show of desire for absolute fairness all round they arranged it so that the proof-sheets of their labors should be given out in England simultaneously to all publishers, both British and Ameri can, ignoring the fact that by this arrangement, if it had been adopt ed exactly according to their old fogy notions, the Englibh printers would have had eight or nine days start on their American brethren. A publishing house in New York knew a tiick or two, and pro ceeded to put them in practice. Wceics before hand the selected a perfect outfit of...

Publication Title: Daily Astorian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 10 June 1881

(3) gto aflx$ stxwlOT ASTORIA, OREGON: FRIDAY JUNE 10, 1SS1 ISSUED EVERY MORNING. (Monday Rxcoptodt. D. V. Irclauil, Ldltor :iuil Pronrlrlor Adtrrinn Builitiwj, Case Sired. Terms of Subscription : served by Carrier, por week .......35 Cents Sent by mail, four month......- . .3 0& ont by mull, cno year.... .... . 9 W Free of Poineo to Subscribers. cat Advertisements inserted by the your at the rate of 31 fin ior square per month. l'ransient advertising, by the day or week, fifty cents per S'luaro for each insertion. The WccLI Astoriaii Js a maininolh sheet, nearly double the size of the Daily. It is just the pa per for the fireside, contairinx in addi tion to all the can out news, choice mis cellany, agricultural mailer, market re ports, etc. It is turnished to single- sub scribers at 2 00 per year in advance. 25fA limited nunwter of mall adver tisements inserted at established rales. TIIEJDITY. The Daily avtokian trill Ik next iy mallatTSecntitamnntli.frcettfjHtMauc. Read er who...

Publication Title: Daily Astorian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 10 June 1881

-yyiyjirsrwpwii. frmBM' - - TJ?"3!Qf!W 4S?35g?'Tg5v "jpjf'tJ-ygMw w v- 4 r J!Jf, ' iw ' gto gvtfXtj stefenx ASTORIA. 0KEG02: FRIDAY JUNE 10. lSSI COMMERCEAHD TRADE PORT OF ASTORIA. 11KAD7 FOR SKA. SAILED. Aznoa OiwaM. brb. tone. MeOtfeben. eis- tewa June 7 Kate and Abba, Wiu . 81 ln. Latjons. Grs Harbor. June 7 UrieoU bris. 312 1b. WiMnmim. San Pnlr Jus S Lte Bell, br bk HOG tw. Mgm. Mvnei, JUD 0 North Rend bkt STii tesMriTiHan. S K Jaww Columbia s Kit teiw Hot SF. JuneS California, etr. GT1 ten.CarrM. Sitl June 2 KH&rbanL. br bk. IK ta. Parbw. Mirpfit. Jane 1 Viatria Crs, I W.. MM t. Otwii. Limped. MaiM llerheti IMaoJv. J.l 7 t. QiMatH.Majr outsidk wrrn pilots ox hoard ' TfctHMM II Stw. It bi. KwhU X S W .J ant s A.iirA.s vioj jmm. Scott Hard. r M..MJ tw. IMtl. KftcMiMnp- ten.Junn S4. Thwaati. str Com ba . .1 m s Oregon s. J3 tens. I'aMmhi. S lr Jim i. Alpha. eh. Starr. TtMammk..litpS Uthel. hrblv.-ttS tn. l.rbaw. Untrpad. my Area, xr M S8let. .a4 Valparaiso Ma ltival. til. 29 ...

Publication Title: Daily Astorian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 11 June 1881

r-f 0) Vol. XY. Astoria, Oregon, Saturday Morning, June 1, 1881. Jfo. 36. - ifetfOTtL Qa VESUVIUS. THE OLD AND THE XEW WAYS OFCLmiilXG THE VOLCANO. WHAT ONE SEES AND YVJSX& ON THE TERRIBLE MOUNTAINS TOP THE FATAL ATTRACTIVENESS OF THE MOUNTAIN SIDES-SAD STORIES OF LOST SIGHT-SKKRS Rune Correspondence. The cities of Italy are Iik- sirens that, fixed on their eternal seats, beckon you to come to thein. Their old" towers, their frescoed halls, their galleries filled with relics of every past age, their rivers, their hills and their smiling seashores tempt you to visit them, and fill the imagination with a vague desire. Bui not one is so beautiful as Naples, not one is in vested with such a robe of present beauty and past interest such apparent calm and such tremend ous, ever-threatening reality. For alter all Naples belongs to Vesu vius, and is only a part of that long line of human habitation that ex tends from Torre Annunziata to Posilippo. Tin MiioMini lloimtniii is Ttislblc Mil...

Publication Title: Daily Astorian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 11 June 1881

tiffin A war MMUBBHiSatii g.IC aol?J gStefcOX. ASTORIA. OREGON: is arable to annually produce 150, Saturday :...jr:na8S!:0005000 busJiels of graiiu Wc now ntmii'ilK' ornnrt. 900 000 tons B.C. IRELAND Editor, i 7 Our Columbia Freshets. In the last number of Scribners Monthly is a letter from Prof. "W. T. Lyman, of Forest Grove, on the Columbia rivers risings that is interesting reading. The profes sor says: "An article entitled Our Rivers, in the issue of Scrib ner for Auinist, contains an allu- sion in flip. (Columbia whieh frreat- 1 y needs enlargment. 1 1 mentions as remarkable, that the Columbia PJ.,.nK;n river often rises fifteen feet during the summer Hoods. This presents so inadquate an idea of our great river that 1 am compelled to call vour attention to the fart that during the Hood of last summer the Columbia ioe at T'umatilla about forty-live feet: at The Dalles, fifty-one; at the L'pper Cascades about sixty; while at "Portland, twelve miles from the .junction of thr Willa...

Publication Title: Daily Astorian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 11 June 1881

V) ASTORIA, OREGON: SATURDAY JUNK 11, 1SS1 More Buildings Hansen Bros, are about to erect a 1'ioiti one t Xotieeo I?i-hcrmcii. I Ufi l.(i pounds of black , i snawu from Atnrceon wanted, iiwt new two story oouimc nom on ineir Wa( 1 T Uonain:-. Dew Drop Inn lot which they have recently inir- T'n T.Io !,,- I ISSUED EVERY MORNING. (Monday Excoi-tMt. I. C Irclaud, Ihlitor ami I'roprletor A dorian Building, Ca3 Xlroei. Terms of Subscription : -orved by Carrier, per week ......S& Cents Sent by mail, four months....... ...-.5 Hi Sent by mail, cno yeor......... ..... Free of Pojuure to Subscriber. w Adv ertiseinents ineortod by the yer st the rato of SI od per squaro per month. Transient advertising, by the day or week, afty cents per square for each incrtien. The "occKly Asloriau Is a mammoth sheet, nearly double the size of theDailv. His jnl the pa per for the fireside, containing in audi tion to all the enn cut news, choice nnV cellanv, agricultural matter, market re ports, etc. It 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. — 11 June 1881

CI) PqfifffJM1 f ill'iiM.i ma gte gjaftg st0vla. ASTOKIA. OREGON: SATURDAY .. .JUKE 11, 18S1 CQMMERGEJiHD TRADE. PORT OF ASTORIA. READY FOR SEA. SAILED Sbubrick. U S I.icbt-house str. iiverson. IiooV. ana cruise, o una 10 Aes Oswald, brii. litems. Me'JiWien.Queeiw- tottii .June 7 Kate and Anna, steam wk.SUtw, J.ntjons. Crar Harbor. June 7 Of lent. brie. 212 1 VViMwtn-.. ban Pedro June $ Listzie Bell, br bk lKMn. MerR-wrd. Licnl. June h North Bend bLt 37fi tons Memiau. S F Jhh .1.....1... . aril ir-. Itnllw r. Jhdg 2 ! ij.illfnniia. utr. G71 fans.CarreM. SitkaJan 2 KIlfrbduL. br bk. 11W ten. Parker. Uverj""'. j June 1 VintonaOrfts-. Ur bk. UH tens. Owen. I.nnoel. Mai IlerWrt lllaok. bk 75 tons. C)u(-enewn.May 29 OUTSIDE WITH PILOTS OX HOARD. Thomas 11 btowe. lrbkowuat!e N S W JtineS ARRIVALS VltOX SEA. Scnttih Hard, Ilrbk.MS ten. Irftt. KokkaRii- ton. June b Sol. Thomas, fetr. Cm Iwr. J "W Orecon ss. 2536 tons, 1'eWman. b V Ji- Alpha, sch. Starr, Tillamook.. I He Ethel, br bk. -IS to...

Publication Title: Daily Astorian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 12 June 1881

""X, 0 -&' Vol. xv. Astoria, Oregon, Sunday Morning, June 12, 1881. 3"o. 37. Pftilg Mmw. X CULT-EDGED rocji. Whene'er 1 seel; the ambient sir. To let my spirit loo-e and free, A ennou meets me everywhere. Ami silent t tut lis are taught to me. The rocks are grim ohl mnnhors. All mantled o'er with mosses gray . But every blade of grass that grows. Though green, has something sweet to a. The flowers hold their heads on high. Their fancy feasts the Heetlug-hours : While every bree7c that pass&by Whispers sll to the flowers? The twinkling stars, with lustre sweet. Are gilt-edged poem5?, pure and bright. That point the home we nope to greet. When gushing love has lost its light. The fish that frolic in the deep Will flirt and flash their. silv or .scales. And warn us when they wish or weep By wiggle waggling their tails. Thus, nature keeps an open page , And those who run should read it oVi, If thev would glide on golden .skates lievoud the mysterious shore. Walter Welewtt. WAITI...

Publication Title: Daily Astorian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 12 June 1881

PJ glxo SJixH 5t0Kivm. I Some horrid brute has discov- icred that the difference between ASTORIA. OREGON: SUX DAY JUNE 12: 1S81 B.C. IRELAND .Ed 1 1 or. Hew. Where, Whcu. Remarking upon tho dull times at Astoria, the wide awake cor respondent of the Oregonhm says: Notwithstanding all of which, we are endeavoring to be jolly under creJitable circumstances, patiently waitinu; for something to turn up which will usher in the good time coming, and therefore shout with the sanguine and irre pressible editor of Tin: Astokiax, Vive la Villard, simply on general principles, and without much in quiry as to the appropriateness of the exclamation, as applied to the interests of Astorians. If the Oregcnian correspondent, or any other man; has a better person for Astoria than Mr. Villard, why just trot him out? The As tokiiax considered the fitness of the thine: when it exclaimed Vive la Villard, but if anybody can do better, let us know how, where, when. Diptheria is an epidemic in Ludington, M...

Publication Title: Daily Astorian, The
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