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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 18 June 1881

(3 4 gfos gusli guslPiSmis ASTORIA, OREGON: SATURDAY..., JUNK lb, 1SS1 Fourth, of July. The various sub-committee are at ! Letters I'rom the People. Furnisiicti itooms to i.rt j At Mrs. Muti-on's lodging house. MISCELLANEOUS. V tit tinniUe Unmb. ISSUED EVERY MORNING. Olonduy Hxooptodl. I. . Ireland, Editor ami Proprietor AxUtrian IhulJhvj, Coms t'lrcet. Terms of Subscription served by Carrier, per eok.........25 Cents ent by mail, four months....... .... sent b mail, one year. ....... ........ rroo of IViatc to -subscribers. work, and people may depend upon it j Exutok Asterian: that there will be a real good, old- While perusing your most valu fashioned colobration at Astoria on! able sheet of the lGth of June, J the Fourth of July. All the commit-1 noticed a communication addressed teoa of hnuortaneo made i-em.ru and i to the honorable board of council- odimfltM r w.-utnai, ,. n. .nnMi i men and siirnect bv a number of! committee Thuradav evening. Hon. I signatures, askin- permiss...

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. — 18 June 1881

- r C4J w fftTniM mmtutmmtm m JIis aittj &sfcato. ASTORIA. OHEGOX: c Arrmn&v .TTTVF. IK. 1RS1 uaj. w .! -... COMMERCE AND TRADE. PORT OF ASTORI. HEADY FOR SKA.' SAILED. Aro. cr bk 643 tons. Gatzi Qaecustewn.Iuno 17 State of Califemia. m. ?9 tons. Deliney. h K June 17 Oregon s. 222S tou. I'dklman. S 1" .June 12 -; Kival. M. 299 tong. Adanu. S. 1". June II Sbnbnck. U S Lurht-hou" Mr. 'tarson. Keck and cruise June 19 AKnes Oswald. brii.l3i) uwi, McC.iWB.QBeeBS- town June 7 Kate and Anna. .tmi ck. 53 letw. I.nt j w. Gray Harbor. June 7 Orient, brie. 212 tons. Williams. San Pedro Jine S Lizzie Bell, br bL IMf.ten. .Mercncrd. Liverpool, June i A'ortb Bend bU 37l. ton. Morn man. h K June fi California, str. G7" tons.CBRwM. Sitta .luue'i RllnrbanL br bV. lit ton-.. I'arler. I.l.nel. .UH 1 ARRIVALS KROS1 SKA. 'Columbia ,n 271 ton:. Holies M'.JuneK ScoUihU Admiral. Itr bk. RJ I s. Kwr. Newcaw if Kb W June IS tteo W Hitler. tr. S 1" . tm 14 ., Willamette. ss.;rtis. 'V .!. 13 Mnrj 1. K ...

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. — 19 June 1881

"ifrt vmamamaamammasimnaam .WJivMWlr Astoria. Oregon. Sundav Morning-, June 19, 1881. No. 43. Vol. XT. 7' S"S j THE UK.IS .i.M THE HUSH. 1 look wheio the loses were blooiMti. Thcv stood among grasses and weeK 1 Mild, Where uch beauties are growim:. Why Miller these iallr' weeds':" Weeping, tlie poor things lalteicd : 1 We liave neither beaut nor bloom. We are grass in the loses garden. But tlie -Master gives ns room. ' Slaves ol a generous Master. Born from a world abo e. We eaine to this place in His wisdom. We stay to this hour from His Jove. We have fed His humblet creatines. We have served Him truly and lone . He gave no grace to our features. Wc nave neither color nor sour. ' Yet He who made the flowers Placed us on the self-same sort , He knows our reason for being We an gras in the garden of God." China and Japan. From Japan and China papers of the latent dates, received on Friday by the Columbia we glean the follewing: uIl is not long since that China was on the brink of a c...

Publication Title: Daily Astorian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 19 June 1881

"'" "mmmT' W6f?? j--yr tn.,vfjpjmimi.titxryr'$rT''w' c","rr?7 "9&ps&s bt eT 03 Sf.ftc Sana sttrvfeixu ASTORIA- OREGON: .SUNDAY JUKE 10, lSSI 1 Editor, i .C.IRELAM. Benefits of Immigration . Tt is probable that three-quarters of a million immigrants will seek the shores of America this year. Some people are prone to worry over the supposed danger of so large an increase of the foreign element in our midst, but there does not seem to be an good reason for such fears. There is as yet, and will bo for a long time, room for all who 11103 come. A Chicago cotemporary, taking a broad view of thc subject, figures out that the capital value of these new comers to the country, being the cost of rearing them from birth to maturity, is not lest, than 6-10.000,000, and that this is a clear ffift from other countries to this; that they will bring with them an aggregate uf $70,000,000 in actual money, which otherwise would not be here; that they must eat, and will furnish a new annual marke...

Publication Title: Daily Astorian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 19 June 1881

P) ASTORIA, OKEGON: SUXDAY JUNE ia, 1SS1 A Fleet of Yachts Remonstrance from Insurers. Fiirnishoil Hoomx to Let MISCELLANEOUS. ISSUED EVERY MORNING. (Monday Kxcoi-tcdl, O. C. Irclnucl, Editor and I'roprlrlor latorwn DuUdkuj, t'ws Street. Terms of Subscription : lonrod by Carrier, per wook.............25 Cents Jont by mail, four inontbe.. ... .........3 00 cnt by mail, cno yoar ................... 9 o3 f reo of l'ostnee to Subscriber. " Advertisements inserted by the year at the rate of Si M ior wiunro per month. Transient adverti-hiK. by the day or week, Sfty cents per saunrcfor each insertion. TliP Vleeklj Aslorian " ' respeetfnllaiide mgs, even totncMtvr ware wa sola,' the proposed al with her, an J th price paid by the ! "J;1 is a mammoth shecL neatly double, the size of the Dally, it is just the pa per for the fu aside, containing in addi tion to all the current new, choice mis cellany, agricultural matter, market re ports, etc. It is furnished to single sulw senbers at S- 00 pe...

Publication Title: Daily Astorian, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 19 June 1881

"T?-' j-) co $z gaiXs stroiau. ASTOKIA. OREGON: SUNDAY ....JUNE 19, 1SS1 COMMERGEJKD TRADE. 3'ORT OF ASTORIA. HEADY FOR SEA. SAILED Alpha. (.oli.Marr. YaquinalMy.JHW Is Marion King, br lik S59 tons. Llvnol. J une 13 Arco. et bV GMtons. Gat70. QuwnKtowTi.Tane IT State of California, ss. tons. Debncy. h I' .June IT Oregon ss. 23S5 tons. I'ohlinan. S V J tint 12 Rival, bk. 2SS tons. Adams. S. 1. .lime 11 Ajrnei Oswald. br. ia0 tn. .MeOlbbn.iaeeni- town June I Kate and Anna, steam seta. tens. Lutjens. Grays Harbor. June" Orient, brie. 312 tons. VV iHiams. San Pedro June 6 Lizzie Cell, br bk IMG ten. MergM-rd. Liverpool. June t North Kend bUt 37fi ten Merryman. b 1" June ('iliforma. Btr. 071 tona.OarruU. Sitka June 2 Kllerbanl. br bk. IKK) tt.. l'arkwr. f.iwrrl. June 1 ARRIVAL FROM SEA. Columbia, rs 27JI tons Holies SI". June IT Stiubnok. U S Lmht-heuoe tr. liveren. Keck and cruise. June IT Srotti-.li Admiral. Br 14. 853 tot. Krr. Vrwettle NSW June 15 Ceo W Elder, sir. h K June H Willame...

Publication Title: Daily Astorian, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 21 June 1881

p CO p Astoria. Oregon, Tuesday Morning, June 21, 1881 NTo. 44. 5& Vol. xv. "9ifr: fifi wl 4 - -Vi tv THE FftAXCIS MYSTERY. mi-: Missixn max meanders INTO LEBANON. a vi:i:y six:ri,AR story. On the oil inst., some gentleman while traveling near Kendalls bridire on the Calapooia in Linn county, about twelve miles east of Corvallis, found a hat with a bullet hole through I he crown, a blood' necktie, and some other articles of a mans wearing apparel. There was also considerable blood on the ground and various evidences of a severe struggle having taken place. The articles were taken to Albany and considerable excitement cre ated, and the impression soon o-ained ground that a murder had Leon committed. The clothing and other articles were recognized :is belonging to W. Y. Francis, a shoemaker who resided at Halscy, and who had Lett Albany for hit Home Late on the previous evening with several hundred dollars on his per son. Among the articles found was a small canvas sack in which h...

Publication Title: Daily Astorian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 21 June 1881

m -mjmij'1 jsem gfte 3uiTb stovUm. ASTORIA- OREGON' TUESDAY.... JUNE 21, 1SS1 D.C.IKELAXK.... .Editor. -j f Im Tn,v ' No decision yet York senatorsliips. The Hon. Theophilus French is about to be removed. He is in bad odor because of u lottor to Gov. Stanford. Another cyclone passed over portion of northern Ohio on Thurs day. The track of the storm was half a mile wide, and it lasted one hour. Postmaster Tyler, of Baltimore, ;ives place to Postmaster Harri son Adneon. Time was, forty years aio, when Harrison made wav for Tvler. The Philadelphia!! is happy. A broad smile expands his features Philadelphia thus relaxes because New York can't have any worlds fair. There are many Philadel phians in this world. The terms and conditions of the sale of the Panama railway to the De Lesseps canal company are now made public. So, after all, it scenis the canal scheme was only a scare to bear that stock. Thus ends the farce. A gaii of thugs are at work above Kansas oity. on the Mis souri. A few...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 21 June 1881

5: frT V) ctsaoESsesTl ' ASTORIA, OREGON: TUESDAY JUNE U 1SS1 ISSUED EVERY MORNING. (Monday Excelled!. I. C. Irclunil, Cditar and Proprietor Axtormn JuWmf, Cats Afreet. Terms of Subscription : served by Gamer, per week.. Coihe Jont by mail, four month.. . - W sent by mail, one yoar ................ Pree f t'ortaxe te Sb-eriH. sa-Advorti-HJincntsmaarted Uy Uieywr t the rato of SI 5 jer tMire jw iiwmtk. rnin-ieHt advortiwnK. by the day or wek. 3fty contd ier giunre for oaoh insertion. The VccKJ) .tsl.inaii Is a mammoth sheet, nearly double the size of the Daily. It is just the na pcr for the fireside, containini; in addi tion to all the etirtent news, choice mis cellanv. agricultural matter, market re ports, etc. 1 1 is turnibhed t single sub s.cribers at S2 00 per year in advance. 23TA limited munoer of Miiall adver tisements inserted at o&tablisheil rate.-.. THEOITY. Tub Daily astokian uiU c atf la tnailat'occnt a month, jrcenfiwitnuc. Kron er who ctwtcmitiatcatixcncefrom the ci...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 21 June 1881

ssf-1 W) g-fte gailg Qstavlnvu ASTORIA. OREGON: TUESDAY .JUNE 21, IBS: COMMERCE AND TRADE. PORT OF ASTORIA. READY FDR SKA. SA1LICD Alpba. efc.2trr, YiKittitM W Jmw 3 Geo W Elder, etr. F JiMe Ml Olan Fercusen. Hr. 'bk.'W ton. WiImmi, Queens town. June 18 Alary E. Rut. fa. &m Dies. June 19 Marion Kinc. brl M9 to, LiTO-pool. Jane IS Arje. cr bk 2Ste. (tise. QBMBst own Jane 17 State of California, sa. teat. Debney, S K June 17 Orecon ss. 283 tons. PeMman. S V June 12 Itival. bk. 299 tens. Adam. S. 1. June It Apnes Oswald. brtb.ll t. Me(ilAn.Qaeen- town J uno 7 Kate and Anna, strain scU. 3J top, I,utjB$. Grays Harbor. Junc7 OrionU brie. 312 tons. Williams. San Pedra June S Mccie Bell, lr bk IMS tons, Morgnard. l.uernoel, June North Bend bkt 376 tons Mermnan. S F June fi Uatiforma. str. G71 tons; Carroll. Sitka June 2 Krie-rbank lr bk. 1100 tons. Parker. Liverpool, Jhm 1 A llll I VALS FROM SEA. Columbia, m. 2711 tons Bolles S F. June 17 Shubriok. U S I.ijshi-Bouse str. Ererson, Bock 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. — 22 June 1881

CO -r Vol. xv. Astoria, Oregon, Weclncsdav Morning. June 22, 1881. No. 45, r& i &ds$ Jr JP Jv Mil- II I)' True Version or Alaskan. .Troubles. A correspondent of the house of "William T. Coleman & Co. gives another version of the tioubles in Harris district, Alaska, very dif ferent from the .statement in the petition which has been forwarded to Washington. The correspon dent states that a number of roughs from the British territory and Montana invaded Harris dis trict, and, finding the place unpro tected by civil law, proceeded to run affairs to suit themselves. They first objected to the manner in which the town of Rockwell had been laid out in lots, with a frontage of 50 feet, by ;209 feet in depth. Seeing an opportunity to do some profitable land jumping, the desperadoes resolved to recon struct the plan of the town and make the lots 50 by 100 feet, thus leaving a goodly part of the slice to squat on. Naturally the peace able settlers who had laid out the town, with th...

Publication Title: Daily Astorian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 22 June 1881

03 mmmMmBmtimSgS&m Site Sails stsataa. ASTORIA. OREGON: WEDKESDAY...- JUSE 22, 18S1 . C. IRELAND Editor. Coiniu?. Now that the first five mile, of the Oregon and Nevada narrow gauge railway ij completed, and five miles more under construction, there is no longer any doubt that the railroad will be built. The first five miles offered greater ob stacles to the building of the road as projected, than an other part of the line. It is fair to presume that the chief obstruction has been lemoved. The company will now be able to bond that part of the road for si 0,000 per mile, which will give them ample capital to build the next five miles. When this is done a similar bond can be executed for each five miles com pleted. The company have eon tended with serious obstacles, but with perseverance have succeeded. Where they expected friendship the have found violent oppo sition and misiepic.-entatioii. It is no small undei taking to build a railroad, even under favorable cir cumstances: but...

Publication Title: Daily Astorian, The
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Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 22 June 1881

a) & ''"" - hvit- glie Sails Riorum Past Steamers. Slandered. Furnished IJooms to X.et ASTORIA, OREGON: WEDNESDAY JUNE 22, 18S1 ISSUED EVEBY MORNING. (Monday Excepted), I. C. Ircluud, Editor ami Proprietor Aflonan Building, 'V rifovwj Terms of Subscription : served by Carrier, por week .....2R Cents Sent by wail. fouruiontbs..................s 00 sent by mail, one yoflr........-.... .... 9 0 Froo of Poetneo to Sub'sriberf.. "Advortisements inserted by the your at the rate of SI o ior wuiare ior month. Transient advertising, bv tbo day or week, Sfty cents tier wiunrefor each insertion. The Weekly Asloritui Is a mammoth sheet, ucuily cloilil' lite sixe of the Dailv. It is jul the jm perforllie lircsiile, containing in addi tion to a 1 the cm rent news, choice mi& cellanv. agricultural matter, market ic- Tlie steamers Wide West Mid Fleet-1 On the 23d. f last nicmth the fol wootl are said to be Ihc fastest llyors I lowing miserably scandalous dispatch, in Pacific coast waters. 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. — 22 June 1881

00 ASTORIA. OREGON: WEDNESDAY... JUNE 2-J. 1S82 CQMMERGEfiHD TRADE. POUT OF ASTORIA. READY FOR SEA. SAILED Alpha, sell, hlarr. Yatjuina ly.Jtif 20 Geo W Elder, str. S V Junr 19 Olan Ferguson. lr. bfc.W ton. Wilson. tJueetK- town.June 19 Mary li. Rues, sell. San Diego. Jnne lit Marion King, brbk 939 tons, Liverpool. June 13 Arco, gr bit 6ft8toni. Gatze, Queonstown June IT State of California, m. WW tons. Debney. S Y June 17 Rival, bk. 239 tons. Adams S. F. June 11 Ajrnes Oswald, brsb. 1SS0 ton. .McOibbon. Queens tow n June 7 Kate and Auna.Memn tch. 2! tOBs. Lut:ns. Grays Harbor. Junc7 Orient, brie. 212 tons. Williams. San I'cdro June 8 Lizzie Bell, br bU 105 ton. Jlercnard, Liverpool. June 0 North Bend bkt 37 tons Merrjman. S Y June C California, str. C74 tons.Camrtl. Sitka June 2 Hllerbank. br bk. 1100 tons. Parker. Liverpool. June I ARRIVALS FROM SEA. Columbia, ss. 27JI tons Bolles S F. June 17 Shubriok. U S Lislit-bous htr. Everson. Kock and cruise. June 17 Scottish Admiral, Br bk...

Publication Title: Daily Astorian, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 23 June 1881

I" 0- . - - jiutAtuMg. -&? -gray - gaiayvt r-7 5"n inoMiMMMUja Vol. xv. Astoria. Oregon, Thursday Morning, June 23, 1881. No. 46. WPiim PEARLS PROM THE PACIFIC The Fisheries on the Coast of Lower California. New A oik Herald. On the coast of Lower California an important industry has been developed by the pearl fisheries of that remote region. Five mer chants and a thousand daring (liv ers are wearing ut their lives in supplying the markets of Paris, London and Xew York with the rare and cosily black pearl, which is found in a slate of great perfec tion in the deep waters off La Paz. The latitude is a little south of Key "West in Florida, and not far north of Havana. Since the re cent Mexican fever began, an in creasing public interest has been taken in the resources of the ancient empire of the Montezumas, and the gold and silver and other precious products of that land are exciting much curiosity among American capitalists. As the pearl fisheries of Lower California be long 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. — 23 June 1881

03 gfte Sails storintu ASTORIA. OKEGOS: THUHSDAY J USE 3.1582 .C. ICELAND. .Editor. rionecr Ship?. The following; extract appeared in The Astoiuax yesterday from a Coos Bay News letter: Your contributor of the 8th inst., is correct, with regard to the building of the schooner Gen. Lane- by McClellan in '1S59, but not correct in supposing that she was the first vessel built in Ore gon. A schooner was built, as near as I can remember, in 1845, called the Star of Oregon; she was taken to San Francisco and sold. In 1S30, n ships long-boat was sawed in two, lengthened and was transformed into a steamer for the purpose of navigating the Clackamas rapids below Oregon city; her name was the 1 lousier. Xo doubt, she was the first strain vessel on the "VTillamct. Mr. John Hobson one of the early pioneers of Oregon, calls our attention to the fact that prior to 1S50 three vessels were built in Clatson count v. In 1SJG-7-S the schooner Wave, built by Fred Ketchum at Hunts mill above upper Astor...

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. — 23 June 1881

- -lit' ft '; gto gnaTij steJUro es ASTORIA, OREGON: THURSDAY JUNE 23, ISSI ISSUED EVERY MORNING. (Monday fixcotdodi. I. V. Ireland, Editor ami I'roni leior Astonan JiuUdinq, Gaxs Street Terms of Subscription : served by Carrier, per week .......2S Cents $ent by mail. frturiuonthP.. .5 Oo ent liy mail, one ycar........ .................. M OO Freo of Postace to Subscribers. 3"Adrertisenients inserted by the year at the rate of SI 5t ier square per month. Transient advertising, by the day or weoV. fifty cents per square- for enck insertion. The M'reklj Aslorian Prom Ounalaska, via South Bend ' Editor Ajtekian: Your favor of 17th innc recetvod to day, and in reply to your inquiries, I will say that the schooner H. S. Tier- j I, KcscncH Itcply. Tntha citizens and tax paxcrs of the Uityot Asteria: Through your effort in the year 1S77, Rescue Engine company was placed in Jwscession of one of the finest steam ire engines on the north Pacific coast, nan is from Ounalaska, Captains bay, l 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. — 23 June 1881

HJ mem )lxt gnrlB JMiffi&nx. ASTOKIA. OREGON: THURSDAY .JUKE 21, 1S81 CQMMERCEAHD TRADE. POUT OF ASTOKIA. READY FOR SKA. SAILED. Columbia, s. 2TM tons BoUr-s S F. June 22 Kate and Anna, uteri m sen. 28 teno, Lutyens. MHitfi June 22 Alpha . soli. Starr. Vaqainc ttaj -J hup 38 Geo W Elder, ktr. S F June 1H (Man Ferguson. br. bV,"S9 tM WHuen. (Juepas- lotvn.June 19 Mary il. Hnfi, sell. Sun Diuca.June is Marion King, br liL. M9 tons. I.trenwo!.,)niie IS Argo, gr Wk fiWtons. (atzc. Qnepnewn.Tun 17 State of California, m. 200 tons. Debney. S F .June 17 Rival, bk. 299 tons. Adams. S. 1". June 11 Agnes Oswald, brsli. 13 tents .MefiIWon.Qaee- toun June 7 Orient, brie. 312 tons. Williams. Sau lVtlro Junr S Lizzie Uell, brlA. litn. Margnard. ldrerpool, .lune () North Uend bkt 37C Uiih Merrj jnan. S V June fi Ualiforma. Btr. C74 tons.OamiH. SilUa.June 2 Kllcrbank. br bU. 1100 ton. Parker. l4rpael. .Ihiip I .. - - ARRIVALS FROM SKA. Slmbrick. U S I.ij;)it-iHH-. Mr. I!k'i)I1, llock and cruise...

Publication Title: Daily Astorian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 24 June 1881

CO w 1 PElifl ,r JVP Jv JHUl' illr Astoria, Oregon, Friday Morning, June 24, 1881. No. 47. Vol. XT. THE LECTURE BUSINESS The Pleasuies of a Lecturing Tour as Portrayed by Bob Burdette. ciitlic-Dt-moerat. When the train rolled :ivay from Kenton the jester announced Ins calm determination to run away from all his engagements. I am tired to death, he said; I have talked six nights a week erer since the ninth of January; 1 have sat up until one and two o'clock a. u. entertaining people after the lecture, and then been called for six o'clock trains; 1 haw visited ?2 coal mines, inspected .VJ coke ovens, gone through 07 iron works, visited 94 schools, admired 118 handsome churches, gorged myself at 120 banquets, walked through 173 wagon shops and 0 pump factories; walked up and down the lonff streets of 19S terms and ad mired everything. I saw; have climbed SO endless hills to gaze at S6 endless views that "Bayard Tavlor said when he was here was far superior to anything he saw in Europe;...

Publication Title: Daily Astorian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 24 June 1881

C3 T3$ gaHtj gLStxrriWA. ASTORIA. OREGON : FRIDAY JUXE 2i, 188J B.C. IRELAND ...Cditor. Xclialem Lauds for Immigrants. It is well worth while to draw the attention of the incoming im migrants to the inducements which offer to the immigrant of moderate means to settle in the Nehalem valley. The lowei part of this valley has very few settlers, Uut there are good homes there to be taken up, as government lands, and lands that can be bought of the railroad com pa 113 to supply live hundred families. The lands are exceedingly rich and although mostly covered with timber and brush are easily cleared. Hops would be a very profitable crep to raise there, as they will bear well the cost of hauling out to Astoria. All sorts of grain and roots excel in this valley and can be used with great profit in fattening beef and hogs for the early spring mar ket in Astoria, where they will bring always a very high rate. It should be borm in mind that in order to make a success of the settlement in the l...

Publication Title: Daily Astorian, The
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