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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 30 June 1881

. . A C3J gta gjailij toUiu ASTORIA, OREGON: "WEDNESDAY JUNE lJ9. 1SS1 ISSUED EVERY MORNING. (Monday Excepted). I. C Ireland, rditor ami I'rojirlrtor Astorian Bwldhuj, Cast Street. Terms of Subscription : served by Carrier, per week ..........25 Coats nt by mail, four months......... ...S3 00 ent by mail, one year...................-. 9 K Free of Postago to Subscriber. S Advertisements insorted by the year at tho rate of $150 per square per month. Transiont advertising, by the day or week, 5fty cents per sauaro for oaoh insertion. The Weekly A.tonnii Is a mammoth sheet, nearly double -the size of the Daily. It is ju-Tt, the pa per for the fireside, oontainiiifi in addi tion to all tlie current news, choice mis cellany, agricultural matter, market re ports, etc. It is furnished to single sub scribers at $2 00 per year in aduutce. 25JTA limited numoer of small adver tisements inserted at established rates. THECITY. Tiik Daily astokiax will he rent by mail atm cent. a month, free of jt...

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. — 30 June 1881

c-o ASTORIA. OREGON: "WEDNESDAY: -JUNE 29. IBS! COMMEBCEMID TRADE. PORT OF ASTORIA. ItKADY FVkSXA. SA11.KD. Oregon ss. Mtt t. PeMtMa. S F JmtmT. dan Ott. IkW..W torn. damea. fm !ctM. , JtiBea I Shubriok. U S I.42t.t-Mie atr. lIwarr.oD. Pa-! KOt-HUli4 JWW J Columbia, s. KM tB6 ltettes S 1". .). Kate and Alma. eh.2 taa. Iwt. H-mfc JunetS A Ijiba. sell Starr. Vagina bay .'.me 1$ ARRlVAiA I'MOJt SKA. Umpire. tifi. IJ tm. I.eetie. X Y. J an 2 W II Ilse. bi. XST tH. Hart. UencLAHC .luneT btato of California. w. tos. Debney. S K June ST Portland. bUt (. SF.Iih limily Steiies.feh. IrJe.. JwteS Columbia, mi 19S ten. Ilnmplimi.X Y. JaBe9l. California, str. fi4 tes. CarraW. SHka June SI Sentm Admiral. It laV. 8J tow. Kerr. Newcastle .N'bWJlHKli Willamette, ss. SO ten. I Y J 1 Taw 0'Shanter. Wet. S. V. Jte W SceUteii Bard. Br bk. W tow. little Iteefckamp- ten.JHiie fc Sel. Thomas. Mr. Cee ba. J tw BUtel, br bk. 4M tons. Gratumi. l.en'0t4. h AMen He. Aw bk. Mi tth. :'. Hekec ma H Uoloma. AwRSS t...

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. — 1 July 1881

CI -,& HS ft il ri & r ms Vol. xv. Astoria. Oregon, Fridav Mxu'nihsc, July 3, J 881. KTo. 53. cTivr"ririf I WIliD PIGEONS. 1X LVMEXSE liOOST IX THE IXDTAX TERTilTORY. PIGEONS FOR CONEY ISLAND-HOW THin WERE TRAPPED AND TRANSPORTED. One night last week a car ar rived at Jersey city from the In dian territory, containing' S,500 wild pigeons, the first installment of 20,000 contracted as .supply to the New York State sporlsmens association. The pigeons were in pens like low, close sheds. An incline plane of slatted framework in each pen furnishes the pigeons with a roost. A slight noise on the outside of a pen produces a loud whir on the inside. When the trap door of a pen was cau tiously opened to allow the re porter to peer inside, the twitter and rustle made up a strong vol ume of sound. "They make a good deal of noise,' said Mr. Thomas, ulut it is nothing to the din at the pigeon roost, M'licrc Tlicxc Were Traiiped. 1 have heard the cackling of the pigeons, as they were sett...

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. — 1 July 1881

m tm give Jpai'ls fAstorfcm. ASTORIA. OREGON: FRIDAY JULY 1. 1SS1 B.C. IRELAND. ..editor. , Our Anniversary. Eight years ago tins morning the first copy of Tun Astoria x was printed, July 1, 1873. Re ferring to the introductory remarks in our first editorial we stand by them to-day." Astoria has grown in importance since then. Perhaps not so much as we may have hoped; but when we look back at the town of July T, 1873, and then look about us here, to-day, there is much cause for congratulation. The policy of Tun Astokiax re mains just as it begun; liberal, independent, fearless, honest, and candid in all things; endeavoring to accomplish a good work for all Orenon. "What we claimed for Astoria then as a Sea-port for the whole interior, drained by the Columbia, wc claim to-daj', and shall continue to advocate those claims until the world recognizes the fact; and this fact will be fully and emphatically endorsed before another eight years roll around. Sessions, the Albany briber has be...

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. — 1 July 1881

(1-) ESCS3SBXI glxc gall .stcxiwu ASTORLA, OREGON: FRIDAY JULY 1, 1SS1 ISSUED EVERY MORNING. Olonday Excepted). II. V,. Ireland, Editor anil I'rujirlrtur AMoTunx IhUidituj, Chm Street. Terms of Subscription : served by Carrier, per wool:.. S6 CohU Sent by mail, four months......-. ....... 09 ent by mail, one year..... ................ s 00 Free of i'oituse to Subcrib&f. 6-sr Advertisements inserted by the yr at the rate of 51 30 por xutaro per month. Transient advortisinc. by the day or Keek, &fty cents per square for each imertioM. Tin WceMj .tslorinu is a iiinniinoUi sheet, ueaily 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, ntatlcct re ports, etc It is iurnished to single tuh .scribers atS2 00 per year in advance. S8f"A limited milliner of sinal! adver tisements inserted at established rates. THEJDITY. Tick Daily astokiax iritt in .nt iy mailat'aient a month, ...

Publication Title: Daily Astorian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 1 July 1881

a v- 0- ." gfe wm gusicrcim ASTORIA. OREGON: FKIDAY JULY 1, 1S82 GOMMERCEAHD TRADE. PORT OF ASTORIA. READY FOR SEA. SAILED. (Jalifornia. ttr. G7' tone. CamM. Sitka June SO Orecon es. 23 ton. 1'oWman. H V Judo 27 Uinn Grant, br blc.Mfi tons. James, fin Llrei-pool. June 2 SliubrloV. U S Liciit-Uouse str. Uverson. l'u- Ket-doand June 21 Columbia, ss. 2731 tone Bolles S I. June 23 Kate ami Anna. ech. 23 tes, Lutjem. f outh June 22 Alpha, sell. Suit. YauiH Waj June 2d ARRIVALS FROM SKA. Kate 1 Daveijpert. sh. 1S tews. Mallett X Y J une 30 s Sidlaw. 15r 111. Its tns Me'ilashan Middk-beroueli June 2d Umpire, shiy. 11SJ tBts, Leckie. X Y. June 2s V II J5ps8. IA. 1W7 tons. Marker. IlengLong Juno 27 Stat of California. s. ?JW tou. Dpbaey. S V J une 27 1'ortland. bkt Ca S P Juae2t I'mily Stephens. tli. PurltM. JunuSi Columbia, ttb 135 tons. Humphrey. N Y. June 21. Scottish Admiral. Br bk. sM tM. Krr. Newcastle Ni VT June 15 Willamette, ss.srae ton. N V Juue ! Tarn O'Shanler. bkt. S. V. Juno lf...

Publication Title: Daily Astorian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 2 July 1881

f 0) & Vol. ST. Astoria. Oregon. Saturdav Morning, July 2, J881. Ho. 54. say, Jr -W sty W J14' 4 l ' 7 - Tin- Mtti'tccntli Century. Tlie niwt'tecMitli century iny fairly claim to h tlie age of won ders, with twenty yoai-fc remaining which may he fort Ho with the jx6 sihilitics of science. Seventy eight years ago was made the first application of gas for illuminating purposes, while now tin Uliow candle is only a Ikhi-1xh for the Calmuck Tartar and the Lapland er, or is relegated to tin miners cabin and the ranchmans shanty on the far frontier. Only a little ways ahead of us dances the dec trie light, like a jack-o'-lantern. ready, seemingly, to bmst in full blaze at a moments notice and drive out gas, as that iiousehold tyrant did whale oil and candies. Seventy-one years ago Fulton took out the first patent for the invention of the steamboat, and not until 1S30 did Siriu and the Great Western make the first reg ular passages across the Atlantic. Look now. Great steamships of fiv...

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

m gTc gnil sttrcUm. ASTORIA- (VREPONc SATURDAY. JULY 2,1581 1 B.C. IRELAND .Alitor. 1 The Cascade Division. According to the new Tacoma Ledger, to the eyes of the people of "Washington territory and east ern Oregon, the greatest object in the horizon of promise is the Cas cade division. Not an industry of manufacture, agriculture or min ing, it says, not a builder, mer chant, cobbler or blacksmith; not a worker, or interest of a 113' kind from the British boundary to the Columbia river, and from the Fa eific ocean to the mountains of Idaho, but holds at conservative pace awaiting official announce ment that actual construction has begun. A work, the importance of which, as bearing upon the present interests and fntuie growth of the people i hardly cal culable, and might be teasonablvi estimated as m manv icspcctsi , ," : 1 above the state or local experience I ., , . ,,.., ol railroads in the I tilted States. f. ,. . - . . 1 . . territory in 1 elation to the Cascade division of rail...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 2 July 1881

p texxsaxaarassenssmgatraascscstEsaissgBsxssBS '"' " ' - t' glic SUb .slsrimk ASTORIA, OREGON: SATURDAY.... JULY 2, 1SS1 ISSUED EVERY MORKIXG. (Moailuy K.c644dl. U. V. Ireland, Editor ami I'roiirlctor A Meno u ltHUdiwj. Cams .Stroe. Terms of Subscription : 3d vod by Carrier, jter ?cA. .......5 Cants Sent by mail. fur months. ..........8 06 ent by mail, one year .................. 0 Free of Postare t Sttlwcribw?. &cr Adrortif etam inforted Wy the year at the rate of SI 3) ier square por iKwrtJi. rransientaavartiniHc. by the day or week, fifty cents ior square for each iaertiB. Tin iKl Ati)i'i:iu Js a luatiiinoth hlu'i'l, ncailj tlottltle thusizeof Hie l)ail. It is jitt the tx lcr for t Jt ilrotde, t'oiiUhting in addi tion to nil theetirii'iit new elnuee nit-s-cellauy. nriculliiral matter, maiket re ports, etc. It i luruishml to Millie Mib-M-riber at .?!! 00 ikm tiai in :mIjum'0. "A limited nunuK'i pf mall adver tisement inserted at establisinHl nttts. THE CITY. TlIK IIAIIA AHTOIH...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 2 July 1881

--.' 4' "gW-fjwu CH . T-- ' gJw gailu storim ASTORIA. OREGON: SATURDAY. JULY 2. 1SS1 COMMEBCEJUID TRADE. PORT OF ASTORIA. READY FOR SEA. Tata O'Shanter. VU. S. T. Jul-- I llthol. brbk.-lK tons. Graham. l,tverjo&l. Jujr 1 Martha Pisher. br bk, S1I ton. MeAdaw. Llrw- iiuol J nly 1 SAILED California, sir. G71 toiei. OtrreH. SitLa jHue JH Oregon a. 2236 tons. Pohlman. 8 F JunnST Otan Grant, br bk. MS tons. James, f m Liverpool. June 26 Shubriok. U S I.-gkt-betMte htr. KTersen, Pa- j;et-ound June "il Kate and Anna, stoara seh.J tons. Lutjpns. eith June 22 Alpha. oh. Starr. Vaquine lJ .Iine 3 ARR1 VA LS FROM SEA. P J Carlton, bk. !m ten; Houj-koHC. July 1 Kato li Daienpm. f. 121! tens. Mallett X Y June 30 Siillaw. P.r bk 4ft tons MeCb-fihfti- Mtldlboroush June 29 Empire. ship. II! t.. Leciw. X Y. Jhh 2s V II Uosee. 1. lf tH-. Urfcc-r. Hen-Uonc June 27 State of California. ss. 'JS tons. Debny. S K June 27 Portland, bkt. lJ-- 1" jHBf l'tnih Stephwn,hch, rrbes. Jun25 Columbia, sb 1SS5 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. — 3 July 1881

CO tmmu Vol. xv. .-Istoria, Oregon, Sunday Morning. July 3, 1881. No. .55 rl Daily Astorian vwrmm- Attempt to Assassinate the President as he was Leav ing the Cars in Washington First Dispatch Report ed Dying. Second Dispatch not Nec essarily Fatal. AvrOWAX Ol'l'lCK, 1 Astoria. Oregon, V .Iuly2d.lS3l.) This (Saturday) morniny; at two o'clock, July 2d, 1SS1, as Prcsi dent Garfield was leaving the cars at the Baltimore and Ohio depot in "Washington city, an unknown assassin lirod two shots ai him which took efl'ccL The first dis patch says the President is dying. The last dispatch states that Dr. Bliss, his physician, says that the wounds are not necessarily fatal. There are all sorts of ugly ru mors afloat m "Washington, and elsewhere, as to the cause of this attempt to take the life of the President, but at this writing (9 a.m.) it is impossible to obtain any definite information. The country is wild with excite ment over the unevpected.and hor rible event. Afternoon Dispatch. Full ...

Publication Title: Daily Astorian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 3 July 1881

r i) t 1i$ SkHb simintu ASTORIA-OREGON: SUNDAY JULY 3, IBS! B.C.IHEL.IM) .Editor. The President Assassinated. The attempted assassination o President Garfield, at a "Wash ington depot yesterday morning, recalls that most black and terri ble day in our history, April 14th, 1SG5; when the beloved Lincoln was stricken down b' the hand of an assassin. The emo tions of that day are too painful to be recalled. The Nation had for gotten the great sorrow in the presence and fulfilment of new duties, and the name of the martyred Lincoln had but just taken its place in hibtory and in the popular heart, beside that of "Washington, when we are called upon to chronicle another an at tempt at a similar horrible deed. Circumstances arc difierenl now from those of 1SC5, when the Nation was just emerging from a long and bloody war. The pres ent is a period of peace and pros perity, and there can be no hates, nor disappointments, Mich as ex isted at that time to prompt an act so outrageous. This atte...

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

(3) gXw puny stsrlaa. ASTORIA, OREGON: SUXDAY JULY n, 1881 ISSUED EVERY MORNING. (Monday Exco-Jted). !. C. Ireland, i;llor anil Proprietor Agfonan Building Gaat Street. Terms of Subscription : seived by Carrier, per week..............."ii Cents Sent by mail, four raonths..............S8 00 ent by mail, cno yenr............ -.- 0 00 free of Pastnuo to Subscribers. Z'tir Advertisements insorted by theyoar at the rato of SI 5J nor square per month. rransiontndtortisinf. by the day or weak, 5fty cents per smittro for each insertion. The Vioi-Lly Istorian is a mammoth sheet, nearlx double tilts size of Hit Dailj. Jt is jut the im pel for the lire-ddc, containing in addi tiontoall the eunent news, choice mis cellany, agricultural mailer, market re ports, etc. It is furnished to single jnh ciibers at ?2 00 pei xcar in advance. 23?A limited nuiiiocr of small adver tisements, hiseited at established rates. " THECITY. Thk Daiia Aroi:i.v tntl ir ly until otZiecHt a mtmth. ft tt W inMaij,: Hait...

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

0J !BmaBEsnaMnBanaHBHM9MBii( glxc K.tl35 gustrotew. ASTORIA. OREGON: SUNDAY JULY 3. 1881 GOMMERGEAHD TRADL TORT OF ASTORIA. READY FOR SEA. Tarn O'Shanler. bVL S. F. Julj 1 lUhel. brbk.49-1 tons. Gralinm. Liverpool, July 1 Martha. Fisber, br bV. Sll ton. McAdam, Lirer jool J uly 1 SAILED State of California, ss. '2200 torn. Debnej. b F Julys California, etr. 674 tons. Carroll. Sitka June X Orecos ss. 2355 tons. Pohlraan. S F June 27 Cian Grant, br bk. SflS tons. Jaraee. fm UrerpooL. June'i'i bnubricV. U S Uabt-house sir. Urarsoa, Pu- Bet-houn J June 21 Kate and Anna, stpniu sob. 25 tons, Lutjuns. seuth Junc! Alpha. mi Jitarr. Vaijuina ly Jhoc 2 AJlJtl VAL.S FROM SEA. Columbia 63. 27fl tons Holies ST. July 2 V J Carlton, bt,!f. ton; llanplong. July 1 Kate L Davonport. nh. 121S ttn. Mallett X Y June 39 SiJlaw. IJr bk 4W tofl McC.lusbati Midilleberouch June 29 r.mpire. sin p. 1132 town. Leol.ie. 3i Y. June 2 XV 11 IJosse. bk, 1W7 ten'.. Ilarker. Hongkong June 27 Portland, bkt. Gage F Ju...

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. — 6 July 1881

tnk it P) H - Astoria, Oregon, Wednesday Morning, July 6, 1881. No. 56. Vol. XY. 1 a1 21 2tet0rtL TIh National Horror. Mstlciiicnt from jscrrclarj Itlaluc. The president went Saturday lnorninjr to the Baltimore and Po tomac btation at about twenty minutes past nine, intending, with a portion of his cabinet, to leave on the limited express for New York. J rode in the carriage with him from the executive mansion and was walking by his side when he was shot. The assassin was immediately arrested,and the presi dent was convened to a. private room in the station building, and surjrical aid t once summoned. The Mirgeons regard iu.s wounds as very serious, though not neces saiily fatal, as hi; vigorous health gives strong hopes for his recovery. He has not Uvt consciousness for a moment. ,Jami'-.;. Hlaim:, Sec. of .state. Malciiu-iit of an t'.jc Witness. A gentleman who was an eye witness of the attempted assassi nation gives the following state ment of the eccurrence: I was coming down Pe...

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. — 6 July 1881

a J r glsc gsrtt gisttrciUm. ASTORIA- OREGON ; WEDNESDAY JULY G. 1881 B.C. IRELAND ... .Editor. Tlie Presidents Condition. Hundreds of visitors from all parts of the country were received at the "White-house on the 4th, in tent upon being near the presi dent, and to get the latest news. One remarkable feature of the im mense crowds is perfect quiet and order. No loud talking or laugh ter is indulged in. All are anxious. The deepest interest is manifested in the presidents condition. As the night advances the crowd in creases instead of diminishing, and matiy stay all night. Every evi dence 6f the greatest veneration and respect for the president is shown by the populace. No man could have a firmer hold upon the people. The press agent to-night passed through the grounds and entered the White-house. None are admitted lo the grounds ex-r- i upon passes, with the excep tion of surgeons, cabinet ministers and close friends. All save these few are stopped in the large vesti bule below, 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. — 6 July 1881

01 ASTORIA, OREGON: WEDNESDAY JULY 0, 18S1 ISSUED BVBRY MORNING. Monday Exceptodi, I. V. Ireland, IMUor ami I'rojiiiolor intortan liniidkuj. Gas Street. t Terms of Subscription : seirod by Cimor, ior vreok...........'26 Coots Sent by mail. fourinoBth..................iS OS ent by mail, one yer.....-..-............ 9 A" Free of Posingo te Subscriber. txa" Advertisements inserted by the ywir at the rate of Si ft) ior squaro per xuentk. Iransiont advortwinK, by the- day or week, fifty cents per square for each insertion. TIjp WcrKIj .Worian ! a mammoth sheet, neatly doable the size of the Daily. It is just the pa per for the itre-iile, eoutainiiiK in addi tion to all the current new, choice inis ccllanv. agricultural matter, market re ports, "etc. Jt i iurnislH'd to single sub scribers at S2 00 jmm year in advance. iifA limited" mnnocrof smnll adver tisements hihCrW'd at established rates. THE CITY. I iik Daily ahtouia. nil frui J m,it!a(-5rmt a MnnUi.rnettf jM4i0f. Uma- erx irho ami"m...

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. — 6 July 1881

(1) $w IgailM stor&tt ASTORIA. OREGON: "WEDNESDAY JULY G, 1881 COMMERGEAKD TRADE. PORT OF ASTORIA. SAILED. Martha Fisher, br bk. 611 tons. McAdntn, Liver pool July 4 Tm O'Shanter. bkt. S. F. July i Ethel, brbk.495 tons. Graham. Liverpool. July 3 State of California. bb. MQ tons. Debney. S K July2 California, etr. CT4 tons. Carroll. Sitka June SO Oregon St. 2335 tons. Pohlman. S F Jane 27 Clan Grant, brbfc. Ms tons. James, fm Liverpool. June 25 Shubrick. U S Licht-house str. Everson. Facet-sound June 24 Kate end Anna, steam sell. 23 tons, Lut jens, south Jnnc22 Alpha, sch. Starr. Voquina bay June 90 A RR1 YA LS riiOil SKA. Citr of Quebec br bk 7U0 tont London Dec IS via Victoria July 4 Glenperis, br bk. 1894 tons, Oaj.e of Good-hoe. Julys Columbia. sa. 2721 tons liolles S K. July 2 P J Carlton, bk.SJG tons Hongkong. July 1 Kate L Davenport, sh. 124S tens. Mallett N Y June 30 Sidlavr. 15 r bk499 toB$MvCIahau MtddlelMM-oucta June 29 Empire, Uip. 1132 tons. LecLie. N Y. June 2i V 11...

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

A o -' 01 t Astoria. Oregon, Thursday Morning, Jiuy 7, 1881. No. 57. Vol. xv. '" spIKi Jr J v JyJl'i' 4 ly OUR HORSES. PAROLE. IROQUOIS.. FOXH ALL across Tin: water. FACTS SUGGESTED BY THE AMERICAN WINNERS IX EUROPE. The Heirs of lluulautl. Americans, while proud of all the precious things of which tluy are the heirs of their mother, Kng laml, have a natural and proper pride in taking those precious things and sending them back to their mother with improvements. "When our Parole or our Iroquis walks off with the prizes of the turf, we are ready to proclaim that thev are English thoroughbreds hut with a SnnrrnilclrU .linriicau finish. England was mistress of the seas, and was the home of hardy .snil ois: but when it came tb swiftness and audacious seamanship, the yacht America showed that we had inherited all the sea-going quali ties of the old Danes and Viking?, and the later Drakes, Fiobishcrs and Nelsons, and added there unto a brilliancy of movement that was American. When our ci...

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. — 7 July 1881

-w m gfte uHb stac&xtw ASTORIA- OREGON : THURSDAY JULY 7. 1881 B.C.IRELAM ..Editor. Sol Out of Danger. The Oregonian 1ms kept readers thoroughly informed concerning the condition of President Garfield since the National horror, and The AsToniAK, as well as other Pacific Nortlnvcst journals, acknowledge many favors from the Oregonian in this respect. There is still a .hope that the life of the President ma' be spared, but reports are conflict ing and we do not feel assured, as we wish to feel, upon this point. The attending physicians, it seems are not assured, and disagree as to the piobabl"e icsult. Bulletins last evening furnish encouiagement to hone for his iccoverv. Let us not be disappointed. r.nslislt 1'nrliauipunt. Oregonians should not growl, when the Salem assembly adjourns to attend a horse race. The pi e cedent has been followed in Eng laud. Tt seems odd to hear that so grave and dignified a body as the English house of parliament should adjourn to attmd a horse race ...

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