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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 24 June 1881

l"3) w W ghc Satlij .starlau, xVSTORIA, OREGON: FRIDAY JUNE 34, ISSI ISSUED EVERY MORNING. (Monday UxcoitciI), 1. 1'. Ireland, i:Iitir :tud Proprietor Astnriaa BuUdiiuf, diss .Stay. Terms of Subscription : served by Carrier, per weak ....23 Coutfl Sent by mail. fouraonth.................5S 00 Sunt hy mail, cne year.... .................... 9 "0 Froo of Postage to Subscribers. " Advertisements inserted by the year at toe rate of $1 M por square per month. Transiont advertisinj;. by the day or weok, 4fty cents per square for each insertion. The Weekly Astorian Ls a mammoth sheet, nearly double the size of the Daily. Jt is just the pa per ior the lircside,contninin; in addi tion to nil the current news, choice mis cellany. asricultur.il matter, market re ports, etc. It is furnished to single sub scribers at S2 00 per year in advance. iSf A limited numner of .small adver tisements inserted at established rates. THECITY. Thk Daily Astouiax trill Uc st-ni jr inattafiacentg aitumth. frertt...

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. — 24 June 1881

'a 9Z & sx&fa&rFrrKV"x vmizijmm. m-vm v &P4WQM CM1 ?Txs Enil$ gistefcro. ASTORIA. OREGON: FRIDAY ... . JUE 24, 1SS1 COMERCEAKD TRADE. PORT OF ASTORIA. HEADY FOR SKA. ! SAILED " Columbia, ss. 2T21 tonb Holies S K. June ! Kate and Anna.stam soli. 2J tons. I.utjons. seaUi June 22 Alplifl. hoh. Starr. Vactu'mn lt Jhho i Ceo W Elder. tr. S F June IS CJtan Fergusoti. br. bk."99 tens. Wilson. Queens town. June 19 Mary K. Bus, sch. San Diege. June 19 Marion King, br 11; 839 Ions. Liverpool. J one IS Argo. cr bV CMtons. Gatze, Queensto wnjune 17 fitate of California, ss. 2200 tons. Debney. S K June 17 Rival, bk. 2S9 tons. Adams. S. 1". June 11 A jtnes Oswal J. Jim. 1S? tons. McCiblion. Queens town June 7 . Orient, brie. 212 tons. Williams. San IVdro June 5 Lizzie Bell, brlil IP! tons. Mergnanl. Liverpool. June d North Uend bkt 3TU tons Merriiuan. S 1" June G California. 8tr.G71 tons. Carroll. SitV.a June 2 Kllrrbank. br bk. I1W tea. Parker. Liverpool. June I ... ARRIVALS FRQi...

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. — 25 June 1881

V) Z imma fi Vol. xv. Astoria, Oregon, Saturday Morning. June 25, 1881 No. 48. w"s $ I 2t&f0ffati wli .NATURE'S LOVER. DWELLIXO IX THE GLORY OF A GRAXD MOUXTAIX RAXGE. THE CASCADES OK THE COLUMBIA. ORIGIN OF ARCHITECTURAL IDEA-SNOW-CLAD PEAKS-GLOWING SUNSET TINTS AND SHIN ING STARS. Corr. San Franchoo Chronicle. Cascades, June S. The scenery of the Columbia, or to be perfectly accurate, of that part of it which is connected with the Cascade mountains, is infinitely grander, more beautiful, more varied and more peculiar than the tourist is apt to anticipate. It is true that all ones friends who have made the trip speak of it in the most enthusiastic fashion, but this is to be expected. The civilized world is now distinctively artistic, and the people of good common sense and the consummate and utter, though they detest each other coidially, meet upon the common ground of appreciation of natural scenery. There are few men of the world, and probably no femi nine worldlings at all, ...

Publication Title: Daily Astorian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 25 June 1881

"?- V - """"i a f"v.j WJT""' gllC SniTg gcStOXiai ; I 1 - . ASTORIA. OREGON: SATURDAY JUNE 25, 1SS1 B.C. IRELAND, .Keillor. The Cyclopedia War. The Cyclopedia war and the 'Literary Revolution are working wonderful and happy results for the readers of books, and search ers after knowledge. The great Library of Universal Knowledge is announced to be completed, ready for delivery to purchasers, the early part of July. It is prob ably the largest and most import- ant literary work this country and the century have seen. It is based upon Chambers' Encyclopedia, the last London edition of which is re printed entire as a portion of its contents, a. large corps of Ameri can editors and writers adding thereto, a vast amount of informa tion upon about fifteen thousand subjects in every department of human knowledge. Chambers1 Enclycopedin, whose distinguished merit is universally known, is the laborious product of the ripest British and European scholarship, but being a work of foreign pro du...

Publication Title: Daily Astorian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 25 June 1881

(3) -w V. g&c w$l3 JtetaXaxu I Lcttcrs I?!'e People. "Words of Thanks. ASTORIA, OREGON: SATURDAY JUNE , 1SS1 ISSUED EVERY MORNING. 'Monday ExcoftM). I. C Ireland, Ktiitor anil Proprietor Aatanan liuildinq, Cans Siret. Terms of Subscription : servod by Carrier, por week .......'J5 Conti Sent by mail, four months ..SS 00 Sent by mail, one year............-........... A 0 Froe of Postage to Subscribore. &4T Advertisements inserted by tbe year at the rate of SI 50 iter square por month. Transient advortiiins:, by tho day or woek, fifty cents per sjuaro for each insertion. The Week") Atoriaii Js a mammoth sheet, nearly double the size of. the Daily. It is jut the lin ger for the fneVide,c'onlaininjj in audi tion to all the current news, choice mis cellany, agricultural matter, market re ports, etc. Jt is iurnished to single sub scribers at 2 00 per year in advance. JTA limited manner of small adver tisements inserted at established rates. THE CITY. The Daily astokian xrill he t-r...

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. — 25 June 1881

V.V m 5! gte silg &staatf. ASTORIA. OHEGON: SATURDAY JUNE 25. 1883 COMMERGEAND TRADE. PORT OF ASTORIA. READY FOR SEA. Clan Grant, br bk. SSS tons. James, f ra Liverpool. JUD8 21 SAILED. Columbia, ss. 2721 toes Bolles S F. Jane 22 Kate and Anna, bteam sch. 2 tons, Lutjens. south June 22 Alpha, sch. Starr, Vaqnina bar June 20 Geo W Cider, str. 6 F June 19 Clan Ferguson, br. bk.799 tone VHsen, Queens- town. June 13 Wary 1". Ku6s. sch. San Diego. June 19 Marion Kine. br bV 339 tons. Liverpool. J une IS Arso. gr bk (S3 tons. CJstze, QueeostovrnJune 17 Btate of California, sw. 22W tons, Debney. h F June 17 Rival, bio 299 tons. Adams. S. F. June 11 Apnea Oswald, brsb. 13s8 tons. McGibbon.Queens- tonn June 7 Orient. brie. 312 tonR. Williams. San Pedro June 8 Lizzie Bell, br bU KBfitons. Morcnard. Liverpool. June 0 North Bend bkt 37fi tons Mornnuan b F June C Kllerbank. br bk. 11W ton. Parker, L'ncrpool. June 1 OUTSIDE WITH PILOTS OX IJOA11D. Umpire, sh. 1132 tons. New York. June 21 ARRI...

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. — 26 June 1881

; 5iMDfi . fjvrttil V) Mdataaniatede f Astoria. Oregon. Satanky Morning, June 26, 1881. 40tyf NTo. Vol. XY. """"" ""i xf t wtffttf 11EST. Warnings Against the Perils of Overwork. TIKPIiECEDEXTED INCREASE JK DERANGEMENT OF THE NERVOUS SYSTEM. must give rp en: sanity ok oru SCHOOLS. THE AGE or liATLJWADS, TELE- GltAPIIS. DAILY NEWSPAPERS AND SENSA TWNAL NOVELS. work awl mi ovr strain .of Jsnular fcc that of W. W. Francis, mental nnil physical jxwms sj Waitimi Awerk-an. TCHtor in thi ag than everj Dr. Hubert G. Stanwood inys beforc. ami wtiM- in litis coun-l terioiisly ilfcupittrnvil while spend try than in nay other. The veryjina vacation from his duties as !TKiSHrJ;'Jttioii juw principal wi uw i.. Involves an increase in the cow Tin- :cci r i:-.i. Of all the peoples on the face of the earth the Americans are the least inclined to iifltoj to this jjos pel. Ever since Benjamin Frank lin published his Poor Richards Almanac, the Gospel of Labor has been incessantly dinned into their ears...

Publication Title: Daily Astorian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 26 June 1881

ir " IJWJLM.UI Li I LU .lSSWSKI I ASTORIA- OREGON: SUNDAY- JUNE 2G, 1B1 . C. IRCLAM Editor. Paige Acquitted. All causes of the state vs. H. C. Paige, indictejl in Umatilla coun ty, on three se'perate counts of the larceny of jjreenbacks, gold dust and gold coin, have been dis missed. It -will be remembered that almost a year ago Wells, Fargo & Conirmnys treasure box was robbed on the stage running between Pendleton and Umatilla, of a lot of money and gold dust, aggregating in the neighborhood of 1,S00, and soon after Paige was arrested in Portland for the rebberv. The circumstances of the theft, as published at that time were as follews: As the driver of .the stage from Pendleton to Uma tilla readied the latter place and delivered the express box to the agent it was found to be empty, although properly locked. "Way bills, money, valuables, etc., which the agent had put into the box the evening before had mysteriously disappeared. Paige, who at one time had been connected with "W...

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

V r C3J g!i gnllB storSaik ASTORIA, OREGON: SUNDAY JUNE 20, 1SS1 ISSUED EVERY MORNING, (Monday Excepted). . O. Irclauri, r.ililor :iml Proprietor Astortan Building, Cass Street. Terms of Subscription : served by Carrier, per week ..2a Cents Sent by mail, four months.. S Oo ?ent by mail, ono year....... .................. 9 DO Free of Postage to Subscribers. 3" Advertisements inserted by the year at the rato of SI 50 per square per month. Transient advertising by the day or week, fifty cents ior saunrofor ouch insertion. Tin WcrKly Asloiinu Is a mammoth sheet, nearly double the size of the Dai I v. UK iiit the pa per for the fireside, containing In addi tion to all the cuncnt news choice mi&- cenauy, agricultural matter, market ic ports, etc. It is furnished to single sui seribcrs at S2 00 pervcar in advance. 2S?"A limited nitmoer of small adver tisements inserted at established rates. THECITY. Thk Daily astouiax irt cnl ly mail nf 73 cents a month, freest jxwfoyr. "i era who con...

Publication Title: Daily Astorian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 26 June 1881

--T5-CJWW CH info i 1 1 i urn !, ..l..--'- mi ...,....n. m , i - im LjgaaaBatj gto gaiXg Qslzvizm. ASTORIA. OREGON: SUNDAY JUNE 20. 18S! COMMERCEAKD TRADE. PORT OF ASTORIA. HEADY FOR SEA. SAILED. Clan Grant, br lik. KR tens. daises, Sm Lirarpee!. June 26 Shubrick. U S Light-bouse tr. Hverson, Ph- cet-aound June 2J Columbia, ss. 2721 toDS Itoties S F. June "ii Kate and Anna, steam sch.22 tons, Lutjens. smith Junc! Alpha, sch. Starr. VaHiiHi bar !"' 9 Geo W Elder, str. H T Jhbp J Clan Fercubon. lr. blc.TV) ten. Wftsoa. Qiieens- town.Juneltt Mary E. Buss, sch. San Diego. June 1 Marion Kinc. br bk SS) tens, Liverpool.. I sue H Argo, cr bk fi&Stens. Gate, Qawnst owe June I' Rival, bk. 299 tons. Adams. S. F. Jnne 11 Azne Oswald. brrti.iasfl tons. McGibten. Queens town June 7 OrienU brie. 212 tons. Williams. Han Pedro June S Lizzie Bell, br bk IWi form. Msrcnard. Liverpool, June ( North Kend bkt 37G tonsMerrraian. S F June fi nilerbank, br bk. 1100 ts. Parker. Liverpool. June I OUTSIDE...

Publication Title: Daily Astorian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 28 June 1881

rsr' "i . fO .4 r- Vol. XT. Astoria, Oregon. Tuesiiav Morning, Juno 28, JS81. 3To. 50. -SrCr5"' Til psi I 2t0t0ftfttt Railroad to The Dalles. To a casual reader, the an nouncement that "a railway ib in course of construction from Port land to The Dalles," seems very simple, but to a person who has made the trip between the metropo lis of Oregon and the gateway to the great empire lying east of the Cascades, and who has closely ob served the north bank of the Co lumbia, the thought will occur that no slight difficulties stand in the way of the enterprise. Even to an experienced civil engineer whose eye would naturally run a line along her ever-varying shore, looking from the deck of a steam boat half a mile, or a mile, or a mile and a half distant, the vast ness of the undertaking would not be apparent. Not even to surveyors who located, a year ago, the route to be followed, were the obstacles to successful establish ment of the railroad known. More than that: The very compe tent men...

Publication Title: Daily Astorian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 28 June 1881

-' g. - 0-) ASTORIA. OREGON : TUESDAY JUNE 28, 1SS1 . C. XRELAM ElIlor. San Tranclsco Charters. There has not been sufficient tonnage here during the past week to -establish a marker, says the News of the 24 th. On Tuesday the German bark Musca arrived from Honolulu, being the first dis engaged vessel for nearly a week. Yesterday, the City of Florence arrived, and theie is quite a fleet fully due, which will probably put in an appearance within the next few days. In spite of the scarcity of tonnage on the spot, there is, therefore, but little anxiety to charter, as shippeis prefer to wait till the fleet due is in port before operating. One vessel has come to hand under chatter, which, with the two above mentioned, com prise the deep water arrivals suit able for wheat since date of last review. The hist month of the cereal j'ear of 1SS0-S1, is nearly completed, and but few more car goes will be dispatched. Thus far the shipments, including flour re duced to wheat, have been 13, 179,7...

Publication Title: Daily Astorian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 28 June 1881

i? p) saesBsal ASTORIA, OltEGON: TUESDAY , JUNE IS, 1SS1 ISSUED EVERY MORNING. (Monday Excoptod). I. C. Irclaud, Editor ami rroitrlrtnr Antwnan liuiklhuj, Cass Street. Terms of Subscription : served by Carrier, per week .25 Conta Sent by mail, four months S 00 Sent by mail, one year. ....... 9 no Freo of PosUnro to Subscribers. " Advertisements inserted by the year at the rate of SI 50 per square per month. Transient advertising by tho day or week, fifty cents per square for each insertion. Tlic WecUly Asforinn . Is a mammoth sheet, nearly double the size of the Daily, it is just the pa per ior me nreside, containing in audi tion to all the current news, choice mis cellany, agricultural matter, market re ports, etc It is iurnished to single sub scribers atS2 00 per year in advance. 23TA limited, nuinocr of. small adver tisements inserted at established rates. THEJ01TY. The Daily astokiax trill he seul hy mall atlo cents a month, frccof jvntage. Hom ers who contemplate ahsence from t...

Publication Title: Daily Astorian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 28 June 1881

' S jr rK i HV . CHJ kl'MT, l-J, 'LI'l t.ft" fHrdMBMBigaiMWMM"MMWMWMM"'yBl,lM glxs SniXg stoxm ASTORIA. OREGON: TUESDAY JUNE 23. 1SSJ GOHMERCEAKD TRADE. PORT OF ASTORIA. READY rOR SEA. SAILED. Orecon ss. 2336 tons. Pohlman. S I' June 27 Clan firant. br bk. Pf.3 tons. .Tamos, fm Liverpool. .fune'ih ShubnoL. U S Light-house sir. K arson. I'a- Eet-toundJune24 Columbia, ss 2721 tons Hollos S 1". Jane 22 Kate and Anna. steam sch. 21 tons. Lutjens. smith June 22 Alpha. sch.Marr. VaulD ltaj JaBe 28 f:n W Rider, str. h 1 June 19 CHan Forcuson. br. 1)U,799 tens. WHuen. QueeHS- lown..iune iv Mary K. Rnss. sell. San Diego. June 19 Marion King, br bl S39 tons, Lierpeol. Jhhc 13 Arco. Rr bV. GMtons. (at70, Qucrnst own June 17 Rival, bk. 299 tons. Adams. S. 1. Jane 11 Acnes Oswald. brail. 1330 tons. JlIcUibbon.Qneera- toun June 7 O lent, brie. 312 tons. Williams. San Pedro June 6 Liiaie I'.oll. br ltk lWfitons. MerRtwrd. Liverpool. June North llenil bkt 37(. tons Mern man. h 1' June fi Itlli-rban...

Publication Title: Daily Astorian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 29 June 1881

- -- - J 0 pj . i Mwjaaoai Astoria, Oregon. Wednesday Morning June 29, 1881. No. 51. - Vol. XY. yi rf5Si T Tast Railroading. Jhildelji Keemd. "Talk about fa&t trains! Wty, I was carried onco at the rate of ninety-four miles an hour,"' said a Philadelphinu yesterday, who for forty-five out of his sixty years has been prominently cermecled with railroads in this country ami England. "Possible?" incredulously re marked the newspaper man. " Fact! It was nvty back ii! 1872, over the great Northern awl North British wads, the connect ing l'nks between EuiHaitd and Scotland. A nartv of us went over to inspect the Tay bride, the one that came down last year, you recollect. We had a cab en gine, four seats in the cab and four occupants, two jrovernnieiit officials and two railroad men. The manager of the road gave orders for a clear track, and off we went. The engine had a ten and one-half foot drive wheel. It was a light locomotive, built expressly for speed, but not much for draught. 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. — 29 June 1881

. w-r1"- - - G glxe gaiTB sfrwcfcm. AST01UA. OREGON: WEDNESDAY. JUNE 29, 1SS1 . C. IUELAXD , .Editor. Ends iii Mexico. Mr. James B. Eads, who lias just returned from Mexico, con gratulates himself that the conces sions recently made by the Mexi can government in favor of his proposed ship railway across the isthmus of Tehauntepcc are the most liberal that were ever grant ed by that republic. He seems in deed to have got all that he asked for, in most unstinted measure, and with scarcely a manifestation of opposition. The bill was passed unanimously by the chamber of deputies, and with only two dis senting votes in the senate. It is also to be remarked that no ques tion was at any time raised as to the practicability of his scheme. The only objections urged, and they so light as to be of insignifi cant consequence, were to the pol icy of yielding so completely to a foreign countrv the control "and operation ot the works. A more em phatic expression of confidence in the good faith not...

Publication Title: Daily Astorian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 29 June 1881

PJ Slxs aa1tj QstoxtoMi ASTORIA, OREGON: "WEDNESDAY. JUNE 29. 1SS1 ISSUED EVERY MORNING. (Monday Excoptedl. D. C. Ireland, Editor and I'roiuirfnr AsUrrw.il Building, Case Street. Terms of Subscription : erved by Carrier, per week ...25 Cents fcnt by mail. fourmonths...............S8 00 ent by mail, one year. .... 9 K) Free of Postneo to Subscribers. sff-Adrortieeinent8 inserted by the year at the rate of $1 50 ier square per month. Transient advertising, by the day or week, afty cents per square for each insertion. Tlir Weekly Astitrinn Is a nr.tinmoth sheet, nearly double -the size of the Daily. It is just the pa per for the fireside, containing in audi tion to all the current news, choice mis cellany, agricultural matter, matket re ports, etc. Jt is furnished to single sub scribers at $2 00 per year in advance. 23T"A limited numoer of small adver tisements inserted at established rate. THEOITY. Thk Daily astokian will lc ct lv mail alio cent. a month, frccof jwtaae. IlcaiU em 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. — 29 June 1881

C-l ASTORIA. OREGON: WEDNESDAY: JUNE 29. IBS! GOMMEBGEAHD TRADE. PORT OF ASTORIA. READY FOR SKA. SAILED. Orocon . 2S8 toos. PeMiRM. S F .1ohc?7 Clan Grant, br hk. X8 t. .). ft Mvoiyeoi. JuncSn Suubriok. U S I.iaM-fcue sfcr. iSwerseB. !- Ket-jund J use JJ Columbia, ss. 2721 taw Bene S V. JtM. ICate and Anna. . seh.3 ton. Itetw. sooth Junes: Alpha. . Starr. YaoHMUi Wajr.looe ARRIVAL TWJf &'J.l. Umpire, ship. 1IW ten. I.ecllc. X Y. June 2a AV II Hes. W.. 17 too. Marker. IlencLonR June 27 MJito of California, m. W tens. Dehney. S V June 27 Portland, bit CSage S F Jan K Kinily Stephen. ch, lrbes. .1 oe S Columbia, wi 19SS tes. Haiophrftj. X Y. JHne 91. California, sir. 74 tons. CarroM. SHka Joae Si Scottish Admiral, Br ok. H too. Krr. Newcastle KSWJhmIS Willamette, ss. 3T too. A Y Jooe IX Tarn 0'Shantor. bkt. S. V. June ) Scottish Hard, Br A.W tout-. IjMI. IteeiOMop- ton. Jane b Sel. Thomas. Mr. Coos Ua. Jc 8 Kthel. brbV. 8 too, (.rmbaw. Mmtiim). ay2 Aldan Itoeae. Am hk. Sli ton. No....

Publication Title: Daily Astorian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 30 June 1881

v m mm Vol. XV. Astoria, Oregon, Thursday Morning, June 30, 1881. No. 52. Stout) Eastern Crop Prospects. Wall street is a very unreliable place to get news, and at present the organs of that quarter are engaged in building the wheat market. If there is any truth in the statement made, however, the prospects for the farmers on this coast are more encouraging than heretofore. The New York Indi cator some days since gave an estimate showing a heavy de crease in the yield of cereals this year, and follows it up by the an nexed statement which certainly has some merit to attention of the trade. It says: Estimates from persons of recog nized ability to judge regarding the probable result of the winter wheat crop are not very encourag ing. Messrs. McCormick, Adams & Co., of Chicago report that if from this time everything goes on favorably the deficiency in the winter wheat harvest may be safely estimated at one hun dred millions of bushels, as compared with last years crops. This firm...

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. — 30 June 1881

)&miim939KtKm&3& &WWtT!- mmr- mmwm. g ypw' kSjcflk-ji C.2 . Wixc gnlTB st-ooism. ASTORIA- OREGON: THURSDAY JUXE 30, 1SS1 B. C. IRELAND ... Ed I J or. An examination of the dead cow belonging to a Kansas farmer revealed the faot that a hail stone had passed through her heart. The Economist says there has been a decline in gas stock in London owing to the discoveries relative to the possibility of storing electricity. The village of Valois, Switzer land, consisting of 300 houses, was entirely destroyed by fire on Tuesday. One house was set on fire by lightning and the flames under a high wind rapidly spread to the whole village. Clancy, of Ottawa, gave an ex hibition on the 23th, in the pres ence of thousands of spectators, of a recently invented flying machine. He managed to keep in the air at the average bight of twelve feet for a quarter of a mile. The in ventor proposes flying across the Ottawa river on Dominion day, from the tower of parliament building. A f powde...

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