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

P-J give gailij .5lcrr$?ro- ASTORIA, OREGON: THURSDAY .JULY T, 1SS1 ISSUED BVSRY MORNING. (HJwiday Exettdadt, I. C. Iicf.iuri, Kdltor and Z'roprblor Axttmatt I'uHdinq, Cast irtcL Terms of Subsoription : aei vod by Crnor. per week-., sent b-mail, fMuriuoatke...... sent by mail. venr.....-. M Cams j 5 ! 1 01 . triiMN I Free f IWas t bacribers. ctr Adrertieuionte insrted by the yoar at the rate of 51 TA per squaro ior iutd. Transient aavortiiiin:, by the dy er wek, Sfty cent l'or fmare far each ins crtittn. 'I lie W wMi .ls(irj:n Js a mammoth sla'ct, neaiiy double I thestxeof tie Dailj. II is jtftthc'iw- lci for the 11ie-ide,coiiUiiiln in addi tion toa'i the cm rent new, choice miN- Ctrfinii.aiienltural niatter. inaiket iv-j porta, etc. it 1 inrniahed l sinjrlc sb-hcribei-. at &2 W iei 3 cai in advance. ' 3TA limited munik'rof Mirnil der-i liscinents inseitcd at etblialied rate.' THE CITY. i Thr Dxti.v atokia mil If nt 11 ina(iU"rcnU AtHitUh.rii'4 )f4ath. Umd-' cr niJm trntlzmtiUtU...

Publication Title: Daily Astorian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 7 July 1881

m gfts ail steSm ASTORIA. OREGON: THURSDAY JULY 7, 1SS: COMMERGEJHD TRADE. PORT OF ASTORIA. SAILED. I J Carlton, bk. G tons S F. July 1 Martha Fisher, lr bk. fill tons, McAiUm. Liver pool Jul? 4 Tam O'Shanter. bkt. S. I July 4 Ethel, br bk. 4S5 tons. Graham. Liverpool, J uly 3 SUte of California, as. :BM tons. Debner. S F July 2 California, str. 674 tons. Carroll. Sitka .Tune SO Clan Grant, br bk. P63 tons. Janes, f m Liverpool. June 25 Shnbrick. U S Light-bouse str. Ererson, Pu-eet-sound June 24 Kate and Anna, stcan scb.23 tons, Lutjens. south June 22 Alpha. fioli.Marr. Yaquina bay June SO ARRIVALS FROM SKA. Taunton, br sli, Ort tons. AnnstronK Honfconj:. July b N'.Boynton. bk. 10C5 tons Nason Honckonc J une 4 Oitr of Quebec br bk 7W) tons London Dec 13 via victoria July 4 Glenperis, br bk. 1&1 torn.. Cape of Good-hope, July 3 Columbia, ss. 2721 tons Eolles S F. July 2 Kate L Davenport, sli. J21S tons. Mallett X Y June 30 Sidlaw. Br bk 499 tens McGlafhan Jliddleboreuth June 29 ...

Publication Title: Daily Astorian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 8 July 1881

0) -.- V 4-T- vf Astoria, Oregon, Friday Morning, July 8, 1881. No. 58. Vol. xv. a Pftiig -JrwJvJriW'ill' - y GRAND GAME. UUXTIXG TIIE ELEPHAXT IX OliAMBOLAXD, AFRICA. thrilling experience of a toir- IST. A WOUNDED BULL TU11XS AXD (JIVES LTV ELY CIIASE-ATTACK- 1XG A PEACEFULLY C.llAZ- IXG HERD. .South Aft-lran Letter I little expected, -when listening to Artcmus "Wards five minutes lecture on Africa, that I would ever be found in its jungles shoot ing elephants, lions and other large game. "Ward made a serious blun der when he said Africa was cele brated but for one thing, and that was the rose meaning, as he ex plained it, the negroes. Much as lias been written on the subject, and graphically as many parts of it have been described, there yet remains at least as much untold. I could fill your paper with hair breadth scapes, personal encoun ters with the noble kings of the forest and other equally unpleas ant and annoying companions; describe the characters and pecul iarities of the...

Publication Title: Daily Astorian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 8 July 1881

Cz) - mttmrneasemem rMHttte Site gaits gtrcdaifc. ASTORIA. OREGON: FRIDAY... JULY Sr 1SK B.C. ICELAND .Editor. Latest wws from Washington indicates still more hopeful condi tion of the President. Surgeon General Barnes, heretofore skepti cal, now admits the probability of a happy result. The Portland Daily Standard has been sold to T. A. Sutherland and C. J. Christie. Mr. Noltner will continue the Weekly Stan dard. A Los Angeles paper notes the arrival there of quite a number of immigrants from France this year. A jrood class of settlers for south em California. Boston is going ahead with her project for a worlds fair in 1SS5. R. M. Pulsifier. of the Herald, is to be the chairman of the exec utive committee. There are now over a hundred inmates in the hospital for the in sane at Stcilacoom and an inciease of the number of wardens will soon be required. Portland has been having aie ligious upheaval, under the minis trations of JJe. Mr. Jlallenback, an enthusiastic and very successful...

Publication Title: Daily Astorian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 8 July 1881

P iW" glic Bnllix -ptsximu ASTORIA, OREGON: FRIDAY JULYS, 1831 1 - - - ISSUED SVBRY MORNING. ! y xcoi, c .i.tr ana Pprirtor tiding, (7s Street. '' . C. Ireland, Alitor antl I'rnprlclor i AMorian ISntidh Terms of Subscription : jei-vod by Carrier, per week. .....mi5 Ccnti 5ontby mail, four months.....-.... ...S 00 sent by inail. one year. ... fl 00 Free of Postaso to Subcribor. ffir Advertisements inserted by the year at the rate of Si 50 per sjuaro per month. Transient advertising, by tho day or week, fifty cents per snuarofor oncb. insertion. Tin; M'ceLIy Aslitri:i:t Is a iiianunoth sheet, nearly double me size in uie jinny, ji is just me pa per for the lire-side, containimr in audi in? in au turn to all the current news, choice mis cellany, agricultural matter, market re ports, etc. 11 is tttruished to single sub scribers at S2 00 per year in advance. Z3f. A limited numoer of small adver tisements inserted at established rates. THE CITY. Thk Dailv AstoniAx will U ratt jjof tin loc...

Publication Title: Daily Astorian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 8 July 1881

Ot) , jgto &m Qstextom. ASTORIA. OREGON: 3TEIDAY.. .JULY s. jssi COMBIERGEAHD TRADE POUT OF ASTORIA. SAILED Columbia, ss. 2721 tons Bolles S I". .lull " P J Carlton. bV.JSfi ton? S I. Julj 1 Martha Fisher. lir bt. W Ions. McAtlam. Liver- J pool July Turn O'Shnnter. bVt. S. 1. July i Ktliel. brbV.45 tons. Graham. LUerpeol. Julj S State of California, ss. -i2M tons. Debney. . K luJyS ,. ARRIVAL FROM SEA. Taunton, br sh. &S tons. Armstrong HongLeng, Jul) ( rv'.Bojnton. bV. 1005 tent. Mason HonpVonz. J una 4 Oitvof Quebec br bk 700 tons londen Dec IS via Victoria July 4 Glenpens, br bl , lfwj tons. (Vpe of Oood-bope, .July 3 Kate L Davenport sh. 1218 tons. Mallett X Y Junc39 Sidlaw. 15r bk 489 tons McGlaskan Middleberoash June 2a Jtmpiro. ship. 112 tns. LecLie, X Y. June 2s V 11 Bpssc bk. 1W7 tens Marker. Honekons June 27 Portland, bkt Gage ST June S". Kinily Stephens. sell, l'erbos. June 25 Columbia, bh 1SS3 toss. Humphrey. X Y. Jane 21. brottfJi Admiral. Br bk, K to. Kwr. Neve...

Publication Title: Daily Astorian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 9 July 1881

-wS - V 0) Vol XY. Astoria, Oregon, Saturdav Morning, July 0, 1 881. !sTo. 59. LAKE TAHOE. liKdUTTEs or its scnyxny - ;ts fWAXGJXa MOODS AXD J1UKS. IFALLKX LEAK AND CASCADE LAKHS I31ERALD HAY. gradually becoming narrower and wild. The hotel itwlf is fcituitted in a pine jrovi, which fills lite UHMctiH Gun. Then is a constant tendency among' writors to comjmro places remarlcable for their natural beauty with other placet- of a simi lar general character, and com parisons have been frequently made between lake Tahoe and lake (Jomo, and Geneva lake in "Europe, or lake George in New York. In my opinion Mich com parisons are both improper and unfair. These four lakes are so entirely unlike as mere sheets of water, and all their surroundings are Tso completely different, that there is in fact no common ele ment of comparison among them. One thing is very certain, that those tourists. Whit Come la Inline 01.1, Take the regular trip about the lake in the steamboat Stanford, indulge perhaps ...

Publication Title: Daily Astorian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 9 July 1881

m MMMJl wmsaasne&aBt Y gftc gmli guslxrviatu ASTORIA-OREGON: SATURDAY JULY 9. 1SS1 B. C. IRELAND ... ..Editor. Condition or the President. Yesterdays official dispatches confirm hopes for the iccovcry of President Garfield, vrho parsed a most comfortable night and con tinues steadily to improve. He is cheerful and aks for more food. Pulso 00. temperature 90, respi ration 2S. In the Field. At last surveyors are in the field on the proposed line of railway to Astoria from the junction o the Northern Pacific railroad route from Portland to Kalama. They are following the river shore. Judge Dean Bianchurd, of Rainier, who has given the route consider able attention, says that by ex pending a nominal sum per mile, a good carriage road might have been built years ago. Tui: Asto- kiax has frequently referred to this fact. Since the Oregon Kail way and Navigation companys operations from the Des Chutes to the Cascades, along the Columbia, nobody can any longer doubt their ability to cons...

Publication Title: Daily Astorian, The
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Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 9 July 1881

m taea&miH&m tStmAttaBrnmam give &iii sXsteftm. ASTORIA, OREGON w ' SATURDAY. ISSUED EVERY MORNING. Oloaday EscoptO'l). U. V. Ireland, Ltllfor ami Proprlrtnr Astonan BniUUtuj, Cass Sired. Terms of Subscription : aeiTod by Garner, por vrek.... .36 Costa Sont by mail, four month...... -..? 00 ont by mail, one yonr. ..................... fl 0 Frco of I't)?laeo to Subscribers. &r Advertisements insertod by tbo year at the rate of SI .VI iter uaro per month. l'mnsiont advertising, by tbe day or week, Sfty-ccntfl ier square for each insertion. Ihr Ylrelilj Astonau 1 ;i liiainiiioth hlicct. nearly doable thefeizeof thel)ail. It i- just the pa per for the fireside, containing in addi tion to al! tin current news, clioice mis cellany, agricultural miuter, inaikcl rc poi t.s, etc. It is iiirnibhed to single sub scribers at S2 00 pei year in adanec. ZSf'A limited iiunmcr of small adver tisements inserted at established rates. THE CIT. IIIFT I)AH.V ATOUIA.N mill ; matt at?rcont ...

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

m laM MISCELLANEOUS. ASTORIA. OEEGON: SA.TUKDAY .....JULY 9, ISS: COMMEBCEJUjD TRADE. PORT OF ASTORIA. SAILED. Columbia. bS. 2721 tons Bolles S F. .lulr " P J Carlton, bV9S6 ton S F. July 1 Martha Fisher, lr bk. Sll tons, McAdtun, Lirer- pool July 4 Tarn O'Shanter. bkt. S. P. July 4 Jithel. brbk.495 tons. Graham. Liverpool. July S State of California, ss. 'GOO tons. Debney, S V July2 ARRIVALS FROM SEA. Shubrick. U S Light-bouse etr. Everson, Pu- Eet-tound July 7 Taunton, br sh, 0S tons. Armstrong Hongkong. julyG IS'.Boynton. bk. 1065 tons Mason Hongkong, June 4 City of Quebec br bk 700 tons London Dec 18 via Victoria July 4 Glmperis, br bk. 1094 tons. Capo of Good-hope. Julys Kate L Davenport, sh. 124S tons. Mallett K Y June 30 Sidlavr. lir bk 499 tons McGlashan Middleborouch June 29 Empire, ship. 1132 tons. Leckie. J Y. June 2s "VV 11 Bcsse. bk. 1027 tons. Ilarker. Hongkong Juno 27 Portland, bkt. Gage S F June 26 lioiily Stophens.sch, Poi-lie. June 35 Columbia, sh 1845 tons. Humphr...

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

0 riTMiiiiiiiiM Astoria, Oregon, Sunday Morning, July 10, 1881. Vol. XY. So. 60. g- SUMJAY HEADING. NOT .4 LECTURE, HUT A SENTI MENT FROM THE ASTORIA X. THE POWER OF RIGHT EDUCATION AND EXALTED PURPOSES. Head, and Reflect Uimii II. On Sunday people think it ap propriate to put on their best clothes and think more gravely and solidly than on other days. To carry out the consistency of custom, their reading matter on that day should also be above the ordinary sort. "While, perhaps, not too abstruse that the mind may not be obliged to work; it ought, at least, to be sensible and edifying. But some newspaper managers seem to labor under an entirely different idea. They expect that on Sunday people will delight to Fuiultlc In CiiaflTj "Wont, And to clothe their meditatins with coarsely-spun buflbonry and gossip, delicately trembling on the obscene. Then, to settle a 113' dis turbance of conscience that dissi pation, prolonged in such dilute, insipid stuft" as many Sunday edi tions impose...

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

lz ASTORIA- OREGON: SJuNDAY. JULY 10, 1881 B.C. IRELAND Editor. Ccnftilion or the President. The Presidents condition Friday morning is reported by Dr. Bliss as favorable. He was somewhat restless during the early part of the night, complaining of sore ness in the legs. This quickly dis appeared and he slept well in the latter part of the night. He awoke yesterday greatly refreshed. His general condition is better than at any time since the shwoting. Pulse 9G, temperature 99, respira tion normal, nis appetite contin ues to lead his bill of fare several lengths, he is always hungry. Yes terday was intensely hot m Wash ington. The bogus dispatch of secondary hemorage in the presi dents case, on Friday, caused gen eral indignation. The originators would get an involuntary bath if discovered. The subject is too sad and serious for stock jobbing. The Hardy Norsemen. One mans food is another mans poison, says an old adage. The depopulation of Sweden and Nor way, and the consequent coloniz...

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

0) tft Jafei gxc JUiUvj Xstsrim ASTORIA, OREGON: SUNDAY JULY 10, 1SS1 ISSUED EVERY MORNING. (Monday ExcoptedJ. 1. C. Ireland, Editor ami J'rojuli'lnr Astonan Building, Cass Street Terms of Subscription : served by Carrier, por wcok. ..25 Cents Sent by mail, four months... ....... ..5 00 ont by mail, one year ....................... 9 oO Free of Potace to Subscribers. Mr Advertisements insertod by the year at tho rate of Si 50 icr aiuaro per month. Transient advertising, by tho day or week, fifty cents per square for each insertion. TIip Wrrhly .Wurian Is a liiniiiinoth si i out. neatly double the size of t lie Daily. It is just Hit pa per for the liri'MiIc, containing in audi tion to all the rurrenl news, choice mis cellany, agncultuni! matter, maiket re pot Ls, etc. Jt is lurniihcd to single sub scribers at S2 00 per year in advance. 22fA limited iiuiuoer of Miiall adver tisements inserted at established rates. THEOITY. TlIK DAJI.V AVTOIUAN If ill 1 rcht ly mall al cent a month, fr...

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

( rMTe'JTriri ? gto Sans &s3tain. ASTORIA. OBEGON: SUNDAY JULY 10. 18S1 COMMERCEAHD TRADE. PORT OF ASTORIA. SAILED Willamette. ss.2fS9 tonb, Victoria, Jnl S Columbia, ss. 2721 tons Bollos S F. Jul; " P J Carlton, bk. 566 ton? S F. July 1 Martha Fisher, br bk. 811 tons, MaAilam. Liver pool July 4 Tam O'Shanter. bVt. S. T. July 4 Ethel, br bit 455 tons. Graham. Liverpool. July 3 State o! California, ss. ".820Q tons. Debney. S F July2 ARRIVALS FROM SEA. Geo IV Elder, ss. S V July 9 Shubriclc U 8 Lighthouse str. Everson, Pu- get-sound July 7 Taunton, br sh, OSS tons. Armstrong Hongkong. julye N .Boynton. bfc. 1065 tons Mason Hongkong. June 4 Cityof Quebec br bk ?M) tons London Dec 18 via Victoria July 4 Glenperis, br bk. 1CW4 tons. Cape of Good-hope. July 3 Kate L Davenport, ah. 121S tons. Maliett K Y Juno 30 Sidlaw. 15r bk 499 tons McGlashan Middlobnrougu June 29 Empire. 6hip. 1132 tons. Leckie. Jf Y. Jnnc 2s W H Besso. bk, 1027 ton's. llarkr. Hongkong June 27 Portland. bU. Gage S ...

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

-IJ-- -vaMPV. , m '- 0fiirw Astoria, Oregon, Tuesdav Morning, July 12, 1881 No. 6L Vol. XY. -v (i MB I JAY GOUM) REVISITS GOULDSBORO. -now 'S YOUR HEALTHf "WHAT 'S YOUR CAPACITY" THE PLACE RUT LITTLE CHANGED SINCE THE.OOULDSBORO RE BELLION. A JATTLK TOWN THAT DllOVK A JUG DUAIN (JUT, STILL A sununn. Corr. New York Sun. Jay Gould used to live not far from here, and when lie came to Scranton the other day with Sam Sloan and Sidney Dillon there was a general desire to m?c him. lie did not .stay very lonr, however, to make or renew acquaintances. His train came thundering down from Moscow at the rate of fifty miles an hour, and the erder: Clear the track! went through from here to Oswego as soon as his party came in sight. Here he found time to step out on the platform. The only new acquaintance he made was Y. II. Storrs, general coul agent of the Delaware, Lacka Avanaand Western railroad. St oris is an austere, thorough-going, hard working man, who has general supervision of the mines ...

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

m -3s- '4 -- gfe gnilg tStaa?Xjx. ASTORIA-OREGON: TUESDAY."..- JULY IS, 16SS I .C. IRELAND. .Editor. Condition or the President. The President continues steadily improving. Settled quietness pre vails at the White house. The president has not suffered much from heat since Thursday. Ex periments are still being made with a refrigerating apparatus in anticipation of the return of hot weather, which is predicted by Gen. ITazeii. lie is inspired with the firm belief that he will live, and to those who know him best tliis fact is more encouraging than dl favorable reports of physicians. Spokan Falls. Mrs. S. A. Dnniw.nys letters to the New Northwest are certainly very fine productions, descriptive of the regions traversed. Of Spo kan and vicinity the lady says: " On the edge of u broad, gravelly prairie, adorned at intervals by scattering trees, sits the embryo city of Spokan, its site and sur roundings resembling those of Salem, Oregon, and its atmosphere reminding us of Ml. Idaho or Mo...

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. — 12 July 1881

(3) gc QnXlQ statim ASTORIA, OREGON: tttt'y n "' TUESDAY ISSUED EVERY MOBNING. (MDluy UxceidedJ. l. . IrrlautI, ftlifor ami IToprlctor A Marion Bnildinif. "W Street Terms 0 Subscription : v sorvoJ by Garrior. per week.... ..... Ceau seat by mail, fourmoatbp............ ..........55 00 dent he mail, one year.. ........... fiO Free f Pwrtaiec t Suborifers. rC Advortuetaents inserted by the year at the rate of SI 5H per flnuaro per month. Traniient advertising, by tho day or week, fifty coats per square for each insortion. Tlit Weekly .Worinn Is a mnmmoth heet. ueaii double the.-lie of the Daily. It is jie-t liie impel- for the fiivide,oontaining in addi tion to all the current new-v choice mis- cellnnj. agricultural matter, market re- ports, etc. It i furnished to single snb seribers at S2 00 per j ear in advance. j 3?"A limited nimioerof small aiher-j lisements inserted at established rate.! THE CITY. Thk l.ti. astokian tritl m matt ntljcatl a mmth.frteitf twf. ffd- cr who cttnt mtin...

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 July 1881

m L MISCELLAITEOUS. anSOELLAXEOUS. C5. H. rYAKT. tf' ASTORIA. OREGON: TUESDAY JULY 12. 1SS1 COMBIERGEjMD TRADE. TOUT OF ASTORIA. READY POR SUA. Mere, tilt. rl lm. Lowed. LtrtiriNMl. .Tlr SA1LUD. lMwttlci Admlr. J5rU..6 tow. Krr. Q tewa.luhr II. Vmamette.M.sntM. Vetn. .) s Columbia. s. 2751 tons Botes S F. Jlr P J Oriton, Vk.fr ion S F. Jtr 1 ARRIVALS FROM SKA. Alpha, hoh.btarr. Vimihm- Ur '? II Geo IV Blow.!. S V Jttlr Shubriak. U S Lig)it-fc tr. Hwwb. Ph- j-et-seHml.lHlj 7 TaHBton. br sb, tni. Ar4rt lletcL-tff. ul X.i:ynte. bk. 1MB Urns Mmm 1Ihi1ww-. J ne 4 0t of QheIxk: rlA?W lw limlon Dee 13 via lotena Jul 4 Heave .ln4r: Kate L Davenport eli I! tons. Mfttleu X Y June 39 .SWlaw. Jlr bk 4tt tows MoGUmIhhi MHliMrtioroiicti I HOC 2SI Umpire. ship. 11SK tti. Leek. J." Y. 4te 2s V H lloese. IA. MJ7 two. Kartwr. linUHW Juno 27 Portland, bkt Gatse bl' JuseSS Ktuily Stu4es.Mrfa. l'erfcea. JihmiS Columbia. m ISM tM. l(Mir. N Y. Jim 21. KhuM Hard. Br bk . WJ tM. IMito. RoellMmp- ton. June 6...

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. — 13 July 1881

rg SSB Astoria. Oregon, Weclnesdav Moraine, July 13, 1881. 5To. 62. Vol. xv. 1SI it' V 4 Jr JUl' Jl lr THE WEEPING WILLOW. HOW A PRODUCT OV THE GAR DEN OF EDEX EMIGRATED TO THIS COUXTRY. (HISTORY OF THE OLD TREE AT AB INGDON, VIRGINIA. Yon have seen and admired the weeping; willow tree, (lie salix babylonica; upon which he cap tive Hebrews hui their harps when they sat down 03- the river Babylon and wept, when they re membered Zion. Tt is a native of the Garden of Eden, and not of America, and I will tell you 1kw it immigrated to this country. More than a hundred and fifty years ago a merchant lost his for tune. He went to Smyrna, a sea side city in Asia Minor, to recover it. Alexander Pope, one of the gteatest poets of England, was the merchants warm friend and sympa thized with him in his misfortunes. Soon after the merchant arrived in Snvyrna he sent to Pope, as :i pres ent, a box of dried figs. At that time the poet had built a beautiful villa at Twickenham, on the bank of the r...

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. — 13 July 1881

ij g!?e pgnil gstaAaa. I ASTORIA. ORBGOK: "WEDNESDAY . JULY 13, K. I -l B. C. IKEL.OD , Editor. Condilion or the Presides. Unless something unfavorable ocenrsj of which there i& at pres ent no indication, thft president will gradually improve and 3ns ts5''j. mate recovery will be mereiy a question of time. His recovery, Maj. Swayn says, will necessarily he slow and tediou3j but in my opinion ho is now on the sunny side of life agair.. Doctors do not look for any permanent improve ment for several tlnvs. Walla-Walln Railway Cwiter. Corr. Re 1 J. Pierce. Walla-walla is trimblis- for the cfiect oftho railroads upon her business, and many are the guesses about hor futino. Souk think all the wholesaling will go to Port land, which is now revoliag in high hopes, while others lfok upon tin three roads which are now pushing out iiom "Walla-walla as a guarantee of future thrift, author ing the trade of an immense up per country into the lap of tle garner queen. Meanwhih the Ore gon Railw...

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