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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 12 June 1881

- i cj t ; CD V glue gnflij steiau. ASTORIA, OREGON: SUNDAY JUNE 12, 1SS1 ISSUED EVERY MORNING. (Monday Excepted). I). C. Ireland, I'dilor :mi! front Icfur Axtortan lituldiiuj, ifoss street. Terms of Subscription : served by Carnor. per woek............2i Cents Sent by uiall. four months.-.. .S (to Sent by mail, one year. .......... 9 o0 Free of Poslase te Sabscribers. -MTAdverti5emon:sincrtedby theyer at the rate of 51 30 ner wjHare ier inrath. , rranaieA advertisinK. by the day or week. Sfty cents per square for each insertion. Tin- Weckl Asliirian Is a mammoth .heet, nearly iloiible; the size of the Daily. It is jtist the pa per for the fircMde, containing in addi tion to all the current news, choice mis cellany, agricultural matter, market re ports, etc. It is iunmhed to single sub scriber at $2 00" per 5 ear in advance. SSTA limited niuuner of small adver tisements inserted at established rales. THEJ3ITY. TlIK DAII.V AsTOKIA lriH ltr C mailat7occnt a month, free f nttayc. Jlcnd...

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. — 12 June 1881

CO I 1 1 , 'I gIVJ5 ift SiCTCim. ASTORIA. OREGON: SUNDAY. JUNE 12.18S! COMMERCEJND TRADE. PORT OF ASTORIA. READ? FOR SEA. SAILED Rival, bk. 299 tons. Adams. S. T". June 11 Shubrick. U S Licht-liouse Mr. Everson. llock and cruise. June 10 Agnes Oswald, bri. 120 tons. McUibbon. Queens town June " Kate and Anna. te.-im sch.UX tons, Lutjens. Grays Harbor. June 7 Orient, bris. 312 tons. Williams. San Pedro June S Lizzie Bell, br bk IMfiton. Menmard. Lfrerpool, June 6 North Bend bkt 37ti tousMerrrman. S I' June f Columbia. &s. 2721 tons Bolles S F. June 3 California, sir. 671 tons. Carroll. Sitka June 2 Kllerbank, br bk. 11W) ton. 1'arker. Liverpool. June 1 OUTSIDE XYITH PILOTS O.V HOARD. Thomao II Stowe. br bk. Newcastle X S W .Tunr s ARRIVALS FROM SEA. o Mary L. Huns. soli. Snn Pedro. June 11 Tarn O'Sliantor. bkt. S. F. June IB Scottish Bard. Br bk.Ms ton. Little. Kockhamp- ton. June b Sol. Thomas, s-tr. Cow bay. Juw S Orecon ss. 2S35 tons. Pohlman. S V Jhiic Alpha, sch. Starr, Till...

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. — 14 June 1881

m rf 1 1 Astoria, Oregon, Tuesday Morning. June 14, J 881. So. 38. Vol. XY. a- THE STOPPING OI' Till: CLOt'K. Surprising falN the Instantaneous calm. 'Hie sudden silence in in chamber mhhII ; I. starting, lift iny head in ludf alarm The clock hat stopjHMl. That' all. The clock has Mopped ! Vet why Imve I s found An Instant feeling almost like ilismaj? "VYhv note its silence sooner than its vmud? For'it lias ticked all da . So manv a life beside my own go on. And such companionship unheeded keep ; Companionship scarce rocogniacil till gone, And lot in sudden sleep. And so the blessings he:nen dully grants Aie in their commonness forgot : We little hped what ansueretlnmr wants Until it answers not A stranrones.s f allot h on familiar ways. As if some pulse were gone beyond recall Something nnthought of, linked with all mir days Sonic clock has stopped. That s all. (CO. ll.f'MHIW. Important Dccfclttu. A recent decision in the United States Snprenie-court, is of great importance to merc...

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. — 14 June 1881

m gTxe ggnttu stei&atu ASTOKIA. OREGON": i TUESDAY JUNE 14. IBS - ! B. C. IRELAND Keillor, i Fort Washakie. One hundred and fifty miles from Green river is the govern ment post of fort "Washakie. The post is situated on the right bank of the little Wind river. It is named after the noble red man "Washakie, chief of the Shoshone Indians, upon which circumstance the Boomenmsr discourseth thus: : TUnmic., cu.,.1 n,rr.,mPfl., a. immmv. ..i . "-- J--- - j poetical thing, and reflects great credit upon 'the fertility of the , . V TV i V. :j r brain that conceived the idea ol calling a military post after a chivalrous Indian belonging to the knighthood of the Shoshones. As we viewed the handsome buildings and grounds surrounding the fort, our feelings were touched bysym pathyand we gave way to tears, j Uur sobs were inierrupicu ny a ,n,wl rrAc5nrr nnnu tile shoulder, iiv.i.1 ,.,. . . - ... 'i and upon looking up we behelu an aboriginal species of man, who had not arranged his afternoon...

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. — 14 June 1881

( J glis gnalxj QsXsximu ASTORIA, OREGON: TUESDAY JUNE 14, 1SS1 ISSUED EVEEY MORNING. (Monday Excepted). n. C Ireland, Editor anil I'roprlclor Astonan Building, Gais Street. ' Terms of Subscription ; iorvod by Carrier, per week...............S) Cents Sent by mail, four months .. ........?8 00 ent by mail, cno year............-...... W Frco of Postage to Subscribers. c$ Advertisements inserted by the yr xt the rate of SI 50 per square per month. Trnnsient advertising, by the day or weok, fifty cents per square for each insertion. The Wrcldj Asloriau J. 0. liozorth has been appointed nolary public at Astoria. We miss the Calif oraiian from our table, and regret its demise as the m1 don taking off of a friend. Mr. Jlobert Miller, of South Bend mills, and Mr. L. A. Ixxnwis, of Ilwaco, are at the Occident. Eleven cases in the polioe-court yesterday, drunks, disorderlies, opium smokers, etc. Gross receipts in fines sixty-four dollar. Is a mammoth sheet, nearly double the size of the Daily...

Publication Title: Daily Astorian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 14 June 1881

fl ASTOKIA. OREGON: TUESDAY JUIsE 14, 18S1 CQMMEROEAHD TRADE. PORT OF ASTORIA. READY FOR SEA. Arco, ur bk CSS tons. Gatzc, Queenstew .! 11 SAILED. Orocon bs. 2S35 tons. Pohlman. S F June 12 Hival. bk.299 tons. Adams S. 1. Jane 11 Shubrick. U S Lteht-bouse str. Everfon, Roek and cruise. June 10 Agnes Oswald. brb, 13s tens. McGibbon. Queens- town Juno Kate and Anna, steam seh. 81 tons, Lut;ent. Grays Harbor. June" Orient, brlff. 312 tons. Williams. San Tcdro June S Lizzie Bell, br bk 103G ton. Mergnard. Liverpool, Juno 6 North Bend bkt 376 tonsMernrman. ti Y June G Columbia, ss. 2721 tons Holies S F. June 3 California. Etr. 674 tons. Carroll. Sitka June 2 Ellerbank. br bk. 1180 ton. Parker, Liverpool. June 1 OUTSIDE WITH PILOTS OX HOARD. Thomas II Stoive. br bk. Newcastle N S W June ARRIVAL FROM SEA. Willamette, ss. 2H8 t3N X Y June 1! Mate of California, bs. 4J2t tons. Debney. S V June 1- Mary 11. Rust. sell. Shu Pedro. June 11 Tarn O'Shanter. bkt. S. K. June 10 Scottish Bard, Br Uk....

Publication Title: Daily Astorian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 15 June 1881

tJ 0 i&tonttn Astoria, Oregon, "Wednesday Morning, June 15, 1881. Vol. xv. STo. 39. T! I ri NEHALEM VALLEY. A Brief Description ot a Good Lo cality for Settlers in Oregon. Corr. Morning Call. Being daily in receipt of letters asking for information regarding the adaptability for agricultural and grazing purposes of the lower Nehalem valley and vicinity, per mit me to answer, through your columns, all inquiries. The Ne halem river empties into the ocean about forty-five miles south of the mouth of the Columbia, and is one of the finest streams in Tillamook Count, Oregon. Being about 100 miles long, and the valleys are from one-half to four miles u width, composed of fine soil. For about ten miles from its mouth the tide lands pre dominate, and being very rich, produce from three to four tons of hay to the acre. This hay is not so nutritious as timothy and other species, yet the stock eat it with relish, and thrive splendidly there on. As you go up the river the bottoms are covere...

Publication Title: Daily Astorian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 15 June 1881

- tw. 9r-v w7F T7.-ViWlM'"- -j-tj ,'flf,r"r'T'"-Wf "' V9j..Vr fptrSm,w mypgm w mm wiwypy. ' " 4 ' 03 Jgfte grtfiB &sta&nk j ASTORIA. OREGON: i WEDNESDAY JUNE 15, 1SSI .C.IRELAM. ..Editor. "So Say TVc All of Us." ,-. ra, y . -. One of that class of writers con-1 tinually talking of what has been, takes the ground in a Portland print that Portland must and will continue to'-Jbo what it has bi?en. He says: Portland has the Willamet val ley to sustain her, and that is no small support. All the connec tions of the Oregon Railway and Navigation company with eastern Oregon and Washington will oenter their trade here. Until the Cascade branch of the Northern Pacific is completed, the trade of the northern counties of eastern "Washington must come here, aud whether they cease to come here will depend very much upon the inducements Portland merchants shall hold out to retain their trade. To suppose that Portland merchants Avill ever be so dull as to allow trade to leave them that they...

Publication Title: Daily Astorian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 15 June 1881

w 'gixt gnxlB jta.v$an. ASTORIA, OREGON: WEDNESDAY JUNE 13, 1SS1 ISSUED EVERY MORNING. 'Monday Excepted), I. C. Irrliiuil, Editor anil Proprietor Astanan BmldUtg. (Jans Street. Terms of Subscription : wvod by Carrier, por week........... J6 Cents 5ent by mail, four months.....- ....; 00 ?ent by mail, cno yoar. . 9 ' Free of Postage to Subscribers. fti?" Advertisements inserted by tboywtr t the rato of SI 5u ier square per month. Transient adrertising. by the day or week, 5fiy cents per S'junrefor each inertion. Tlie MVoSilj- Astnrian Is a mammoth sheet, nearly double the size of the Daily. It is just the pa per for the fireside, containing in addi tion to all the current news, choice mis- collany. agricultural matter, market re ports, etc. Jt is furnished to single sub scribers at $2 DO per year in advance. jSf'A limited nuinoer of mall adver tisements .inserted at established rates " THEOITY. The Daily astokian iriH 7e xeul Uy mail at 75 cent a month, free ofjvtagti Head en who con...

Publication Title: Daily Astorian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 15 June 1881

W 1 Jgfts axl23 &stacfcm ASTORIA. OREGON: WEDNESDAY JUNE 15. IBS COMMERGEJKD TRAQF TORT OF ASTORIA. RKADT FOR SEA. Arso. gr Mc C&3 tons. Gatze, Qwnstown Jane 11 SAILED Oregon es. 2335 tons. Pohlrnan. 8 F June 12 Itival. blc 299 tons. Adams. S. V. June 11 BhnbricV. U S Licht-hotMc tr. Rverson. Rock and cruise. June 16 Agnes Oswald, brsli. 1 Jsi tone. McGtbbeti. Queeos- town June 7 Kate and Anna, steam sob. 21 tons, Lutjens. Grays Harbor. June 7 Urient. brie. 212 tons. Williams. San Pedro June S Lizzie Bell, br bk ISSCtotw, Morcnard. Liverpool. June b North Bend bkt, STB tonsMerrytnan. S V June C Columbia, ss. 2721 tons Holies S F. June 3 California, etr. 674 tons. Carroll. Sitka June 2 F.lltrbank, br bk. 11W ten. Parker. Liverpool. Juno 1 OUTSIDE WITH PILOTS OX DOAJiD. Thomas II Stowe. br bk, Newcastle X S W June? AJtltlVALS FROil SKA. Coo V Elder, str. SKJ uno 14 Willamette, ss. 2f30 tons ST V Jhbp IS State or California. ss. 25)0 tons. Delmry. S V June 12 Mary K. Bus?, sch....

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. — 16 June 1881

F5rwF? 01 0fOlf Astoria, Oregon, Thursday Morning. June 16, 1881. No. 40. Vol. XY. uJ MHfe $ i MUNICIPAL AFFAIRS. PROPOSED IMPROVEMENT BY THE OREGON RAILWAY AND NAVIGATION COMPANY. PETITIONS FROM RESCUE EN GINE COMPANY NO. '2. KKI'OKT OF COMMITTKE ON WATER STREET IMPROVEMENT. ltEPOUT OF THE COMMITTEE ON WAYS AND MEANS UPON THE TAX LEVY fur isi. MORE GROUND WANTED FOR CEME TERY PURPOSES. WEST-SIXTH STREET MATTERS OIL, Oil OIL AND, WATER MIXED WANTED FOR THE STREET LAMPS. ANOTHER EFFORT TO RE MADE TO IMPROVE DANGEROUS STREETS. Couucil met in regular session June 14, 1S81, Mayor D. 0. Ire land presiding. Councilmen present Baker, Halm, Headington, Spexartli, Tay lor, and Wright, full board. In attendance If. H. Cardwell, auditor and clerk, and W. .1. Barry, chief of police. Minutes ol hist regular anu special meetings were approved. " PETITIONS From Oregon Railway and Navi gation company, asking pel mission to fill in the 'gap between their upper and lower docks by pil'iisr, etc., was ...

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. — 16 June 1881

--jfjc5 rto?mvSBF '"' rzi MM BBS MMMgaBBMn UUMtfiBNlMMaMI "; TTwcEarai"w w - gfe Qnuq Qslvxv&n. ASTORIA- OREGON: THURSDAY... JUNE 16, 1SS1 B.C. IRELAND .Editor. Our Visit to the Rock. In answer to many questions, chiefly as to whether we landed upon Tillamook rock, on our visit last Tuesday, we say: Yes; we went upon the rock, and all over the rock; into, through, and upon the light house; climed the der ricks, surveyed the site, and all that in our imagination. The boys are nicely quartered there. Besides Mr. Geo. M. Eowe and his four assistants, Mr. Ilolt is there with eleven workmen, mak ing in all sixteen persons on the rock. The light house building is a splendid stone structure, and all the works to be seen arc a marvel the result of a science and a skill acquired only by the student and the engineer. The rock stands two miles or more from the main land, in from ninety to one hun dred and fifty feet depth of water almost perpendicular walls. To iret unon the rock from the ...

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. — 16 June 1881

p --- TJ1 r-r- T- rl J " "st jjs.. -it?- T3H. y r--?f3Pp:3ei--ii 3 ASTORIA, OREGON: THURSDAY JUNE 1G, 1881 ISSUED EVERY MORNING. (Monday Kscoptetl), I. C. Ireland, XMItor ami Proprietor Astonan Building, l'"a Streci. Terms of Subscription : soiTed by Carrier, per week ........"5 Ceau Seat by mail, four months ..-. 58 0& Sent by mail, one yoar-.......-........ " J Proa of Postaee to Subscriber.. sr Advertisements inserted by tbo yer at the rato of SI Tn por squaro per month. Transient advertising by the day or week, flfty cents per squaro for onch insertion. The Weekly Asloiinu Is n mammoth sheet, neatly double the size of the Daily. It is just 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 sub scribers at S2 (X) per year in advance. jif"A limited numuer of Mnall ader tisciuenLs inserted at established mtes. THEJ3XTY. Thk Daily Astouian vl 1 .vf tiy nunl anr cen...

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. — 16 June 1881

t6Kfir !" .r.-r.jr -. - -irrtv "-J---'Ts,rrfil ' ? tTgpH-"pr7'ir. '5stP - --t-s- i!fT?;"?T,!?' a-u CM -I - ,. -I Ste gailg &s0mx, ASTORIA. OREGON: THURSDAY...- JUNE 10. 188J COMMERGEJHD TRADE. PORT OF ASTORIA. READY FOR SEA. Arco, gr bk PC tons, Gatzc, Qnecnstewn June II SAILED. Orecon ss. 2333 tons. PoWman. S F June 12 Rival, bk. 299 tons. Adams.' S. I June 11 Shubrick. U S Lieht-fcouse str. Evereoa. Rock and cruise. June 10 Ajroes Oswald, brsb. 13S0 tons. McGlbbon.Queens- town June 7 Kate and Anna, steam sob. 23 tons. Lutjem. Grays Harbor. June 7 Orient, brie 212 tons. Williams. San Pedro June S Lizzie Bell.br bit 1036 tons. Monjuard. Lirerpool. June b North Bend bkt 37b tons Jtormnan. S 1 June fi California, str. 671 tonK. Carroll. Sitka June 2 Ellerbank, br bk. 11W tons. Parker. Liverpool. June 1 ARRIVALS FROM SKA. Scottish Admiral. Br bk, 850 tons, Kerr. Newcastle KS W June 15 Geo"vY Elaor. str. S F June 14 Willamette, ss. 2f20 tens. X Y June 12 State of California, ss. 22W...

Publication Title: Daily Astorian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 17 June 1881

co 0f0OTtm. JLL 1 1 JIT t- Astoria. Oregon, Friday Morning. June 17, 1881. Vol xv. No. 41. The fie Lesseps Cannl Business. Au ominous silence rerarling the De Lesseps cannl bodes ill for that stupendous scheme. The few people in this country, and the considerable number in Europe, who refuse to believe that it is a flat failure, already dubt whether it is to be a genuine attempt to many the two oceans, or only a repetition of Laws Mississippi bubble, over which France went - wild in the last century. As in Laws scheme to enrich his stock holders beyond the dreams of avarice, the beautiful countesses and titled duchesses of the Fau bourg St. Germaine have besieged De Lesseps office doors, after even pawning their diamonds, to secure shares in the great monopoly which was announced to control the commerce of the world by a much shorter and safer water route to China. .Japan and the Indies. and for Europe a shorter and far less expensive route to the Pacific Goast. A party of engineers...

Publication Title: Daily Astorian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 17 June 1881

rz i gftc -gnUs gisttfxterx. ASTORIA- OREGON : FRIDAY JUSE 17, 1S81 B.C. IRELAND. IMItor. Heavy Claslinir. On Tuesday afternoon 40,000; cubic yards of rock, on the line of the Oregon Railway and Naviga tion company, between The Dalles and Cascades, were removed at a single blast. The Orea-onian savs: A little after noon the great blast in the Promotory at the up per end of Shell rock, twelve miles above the Cascades, was fired. A part' including Chief engineer TMcUun, Capt. Geoige Ainsworth, Col. Gillespie and several others, among whom were a number of ladies, left Portland in the morning to witness it. Everything had been got in readi ness, and when the steamers Mountain Queen and R. R. Thomp son, one of which carried the visiting party while the other was making the regular trip to The Hnllds irrivorl nonr nni lilftw the whistle, the mine was exploded.! Chambers had been run into the cliff from nearly opposite sides, I and charged with 1-4,000 pounds of powder. The cliff was of b...

Publication Title: Daily Astorian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 17 June 1881

t'' en V 'gl& jpBttB staiau, ASTORIA, OltEGON: FKIDAY..... JUNE 17, 1SS1 ISSUED BVBBY MORNING. Moaday Excepted), l. C. Ireland, Editor and Proprietor Astonan Building, Ctixs Strret About half the Hat of pa3iisgers due here to-day by steamer Columbia Albany Music. arc ladies. Our sisler city Albany supports At Mrs. Munsoius lodging h Purnialicri ItooniH to Let house. SUSCELLAITEOUS. Tonus of Subscription : served by Carrier, per weal: .......2ft Cents Sent by mail, four months...... . ..8 00 nt by mail, cno yesr...... ........... ... W Preo of PKtaeo to Subscribers wr Advertisements inserted by tho year at t the rate of 51 to ier sqaare per month. Transient advertiVm;:. by the day or wotsk, 5fty cents ier square for each insertion. The Wet My Asforiau I The Martha Fuller has cThttnalt for Liverpool with a cargo of flour, j valued at 32,CC8. In spite of the break down the "Welcome landed the Portland mail at Astoria a little past six o'clock v. m. Mx. C. H. Buhl, who has been sufi...

Publication Title: Daily Astorian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 17 June 1881

-"-?o, m ASTORIA. OREGON; FRIDAY...- JUXE 17, 188! COIilliillERGEWID TRADE. PORT OF ASTORIA. READY FOR SKA. Arco. gr bk O&toatt. Gatre, QuefButown June II 5.ML&7) Orecon sa. 2J2ft tons. I'ohlraan. S 1' June 12 ". Rival, bk. 299 tons. Adais..S. 1. Jane 11 ShnbricV. U S LirUt-boue str. Uverson. Rock. and cruise. June 10 Agnes Oswald. br.h. U tD. .MctXbboa. QuceM- tovrn June 7 Kate and Anna. tboia f-ch. 53 tons. I.utjens. Grajs Harbor. June 7 Urient, brie. 212 tons. Williams. San Pedro June S Lizzie Bell, br bk Itttfitons Morgnard. Lirerpool, June 0 North Bend bkt 370 tons Merrytuan. S KJuno G California, str. C74 tons. Carroll. Sitka June 2 Kllorbank. br bk. 1109 to. Parker. Iiiverpool, June 1 ARRIVALS FROM SKA. o-tttii Admiral. Br bk. SSUeu. Krr. Newcastle NgW June 10 Goo W Elder. t.tr. S V June 14 Willamette, m. 2C30 tons. N Y .Tuu IS State of California, ss. 22W tons. Debnry. S K June 12 Mary K. Hues, soil. Mm Plr. Jhw II Tam O'Shanter. bkt. S. V. Jun 1 Scottish Bard.Brbk.'...

Publication Title: Daily Astorian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 18 June 1881

(I) yiJvJi'junir Astoria, Oregon. Saturday Morning. June 18, 1881. So. 42 Vol. xv. THEY FIXED THAT BOARDER, j Ana He Will Probably Make No More Raids on That Pantry. Tlic Cow-Boys. Dyiti! Hours of Robert Lee. BostOH 1'li-sl Boston boarders have experi ences sometimes. Hunger drives them to do naughty things. Young Griph was recently detected raid ing the pie chest, from which lie got away with a mince pie, some cookies, some doughnuts and some cheese. The landlady, and her daughter together, resolved on Yensreance. Thev waited till Mr. Griph had devoured the load that he had taken and made his ap pearance in the sitting room. Then the landlady said to the daughter: 'Mary, you know that mince pie that we made out of the meat we bought of the strange butcher, and wliieh proved to be mule meat?" 'Yes, mother.1 "What did you do with itf "Put it aside to give to tramps." That made Griph. who overlieared, un easy. 'And, Mary, you know those cookies that tin cook carelessly spilled the ker...

Publication Title: Daily Astorian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 18 June 1881

m i Km glxc gnUB sttnftau. ASTOKIA- OREGON: SATURDAY JUNE is, 1SS1 9.C.IRELIM) .felltor. The Islhmus Canal. A Panama dispatch of Thursday says canal mutters do not progress favorably. Stations have been abandoned, brigades have disband ed, many engineers have returned home and workmen 'discharged. In the meantime accounts from Paiis iepreent everything as booming, and that adds to the dis gust of people. The Panama Star and Herald of June (5th. says of De Lesseps ceurse: Frankly, we would like to see a little more accomplished on the -isthmus, and less blowing in Paris, about this business. Enthusiasm in Paris does not go a long way in is :.. ,j.,-o,.:.... -:.... i fW ...! !, l.m.1 ,K. I ennra-rcments common to new on-1 terprises on so vat a scale. Let De Lesseps and ins managers over the way pa' their engineers and other employes heie better sal aries, give them more ample pow ers, better oppoitunity and more encouragement to show the stuff they are made of, and we probably will Ha...

Publication Title: Daily Astorian, The
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