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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 13 July 1881

03 ASTORIA, OREGON: WEDNESDAY. ..JULY 18. 1SS1 ISSUED EVERY MORNING, (Monday Excepted!. l. C. Irctitml, Editor and Proprietor Astorian ISniMhuj, (kw Street. Terms of Subscription : I served by Carrier, per week .....2& Coraa 1 sent by mail, four months .... 5 OS j i-nt by mail, one year. , Free ef Po?tazo to Subscriber. etr Advertisements inserted by the year at the rate of Si .'() ior square per month. Transient advertising, by the dfiy or viottk, fifty cents per square for each insertion. Thi' Weehlj Astorian Is a iiminuiolli sheet, nearly double the size of tlie Daily. Jt is just the pa per for the fireside, containing in audi tion to all the current news, choice mis cellany, agricultural matter, mailed re ports, etc. It is lurnished to single ub beriber.s at $2 DO per year in advance. ;3?A limited numocr of small advei tusements inserted at established rate.-. THECIT. fiiK Daily Astoktan will In Rt li mall rt!75Ht a monW.lresnfjtortagr. Read er who contemplate aheace from th...

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. — 13 July 1881

- .r,- CO glic Satta Jsteftro. ASTOKLAu OREGON: WEDNESDAY JULY 13. 1SS1 Astoria Lodge No. 40, L O. G. T. Regular Meeting every Taosda.v KToning atTVi o'clock, at Good Tomplar's 1111. Ofee namus Street, Astoria, over C. L. Parker's Store Members of the Order, in good stand in:, are invited to attend. Dojrrce meetinc .1st Monday each month. By order U . C. I. J P Temple Lodge, No. 7, A. V. A. M, A Regular Comtnunieationa trt and third Saturday? in each month. tH clock, p. M.. at the Hall in Astoria. Members of the Order, in ood standing, are invited to attend. By erde: of the W . M. Beaver Lodere No. 35. 1. 0. O. P. Meet every Thursday eveninc, at S oV'ock. in the Odd Pel- nauiiii streets, Astoria. Member of theUrder are invited to jtUomLBy order. A.u. Common Council. Regular meetings second and fourth Tue day evenings of each month, at "' o'clock e3" Persons desiring to have mailers acted upen by tho Council, at any regular ineotmc must present the same to tine Auditor and Clerk on o...

Publication Title: Daily Astorian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 14 July 1881

0) hte J (SMMIfc $- ' in w - v Vol. XT. .Vstoria, Oregon. Tlmrsdav Morning, July 14, 188.1. 2To. 63. THE COMMERCIAL PULSE. Latest Quotations from the Chief Marts of the "World. U MAIL AMITFI.KMKAl'lf.t Liverpool. Choice California wheat, Us Gcl( 9s 9d. Trade continues good and markets generally steady- Flour quiet, com receding, wheat ad vancing. Large American .ship ments visible. Chicago. Wheat strong at 1 09 cash; for July delivery, $1 09i; August, SI 114; September, $1 10. Corn steady and firm at 46 cash; 47 for October delivery. Oats weak and dropping, JSi cash; 26? for September delivery. Tork steady; lard firm and ad vancing, $11 67 cash: 11 22 for September delivery. San I'ranclsro Combined sales of wheat any one day in San Francisco would not make u respectable slowing. Business in barley is improving, quotations are as given, but sales of brewing are noted at 1 03. In oats nothing is deing: the market is very dull. Wool is in fair demand at quo tations. California spring f...

Publication Title: Daily Astorian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 14 July 1881

t2 eaiajJi i ii ' 1 gte Sails slssUm. I ASTORIA. OREGON: THURSDAY JZUuLy H. 1SS! j - , n. c. iurx im . Editor. Condition of Hie President. The unfavorable symptoms which made their appearance Monday afternoon have- entirely subsided. The President passed a veiy comfortable, jestful night, and Tuesday morning his pulse was 9G, temperature 09.G. This would seem to indicate that the increased pulse and temperature of Monday evening whs merely a temporary fluctuatien: due, as the surgeons supposed at the time, to some momentary ta. upon his ner vous system, rather than to any permanent unfavorable change. The fact that his pulse and tem perature sometimes run up de notes nothing unusual. So long as the pulse does not rise higher than 110 there is no reason for anxiety. lie ha.s passed the criti cal period and is now on the high wav to recoverv. Ivnig- William1; Heart Leu!. A Mormon tramp by the name of Schramm, says, tho Salt Lake Tribune, writer from Get many as follews: "The message w...

Publication Title: Daily Astorian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 14 July 1881

v tt) gt&rAMaasrCi rusnen i glic iDnVlij slavSnxu '- " ' " I ASTORIA, OREGON: TKinNHAY " - .titty u. iss! ' ISSUED EVERY MORNING. '.Monday Excoiilftll. O. C. Ireland, Editor and I'roprlrtitr Adnrwn liviliUh's, n Street. Terms of Subscription : served ly Carrier, cr wcok............."3 Corns 5ent by mail, four inontbE..... .........? 00 jnt by mail, one yonr... ......................... 10 Froc f lV-taso to Subscriber. :f Adrortiiemonts inerted by the yser at the rate of Si M ier square ior month. Transient advcrtininp. by the day or week, 5fty cenU ier sjunro for each insertion. Tin lVeeKlj As(nri:iu 1 a mammoth sheet, nearly doable THE CIT. Tiik i)tiv vmns Kill itf I ' . ' r' ', .: ', ,j ,.. f.w ffl..n,6iNin.H-rt..jKWrti,v..4Ni. ir who amtcmvhitcahvMc from UkcHvcii ton Tiik .Vstoician h ihet. Iah.v nr Wkhkly It.'foH litanujHtrt-uificewHh- oik (inofi(Ha( (Tjicwe. .iarijcn iiuy we c'KtiwMt cix rn is ciof jyd. Jxuve order at tnf ciiuutinu rimm. Xoticc to Fislirnieii and Otlicx-s o...

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

5J-" CI J f Jt. 5ft Sails stcwxaw. ASTORIA. OREGON: THURSDAY ..JULY 14, iss: Astoria Lodge Wo. 40, L O. G. T. Regular Mooting cvory Tuosday I'roBinp at7J4 o'clook, atGoed Templftr'i Hall. Cfee namus Street, Astoria, over C. L. l'arkor' Store Alombors of the Order, in poetUtaiM' nc, aro id vitcd to attend. Decree weetane 1 Monday each month. By order W. C. lFt Temple LiOdge, No. 7, A. F. A- M. ,sA ! -r-f AA Regular Communication; first third Saturdays in oaeh month, at ti'nlock. v. u.. at the Hall in Astoria. Members of the Order, in pood Ptanding, are invited to attend. By erde: of the W. M. Beaver J.odsre No. 35. L O. O. F. Meet every Thursday evening. SJw5"j5S at o'clock, in the Odd Fol-3jdfe' low's Hall. cor. of Casnand Che- "" '"" nauius streets, Astoria. Members of the Order are invited to attend. Byorder. S. U. Common CounciL Regular meetings second and fourth Taoi day ovenings of each month, at 'i o'clock CS' Persons desiring to have watt ors acted ujonby tho Council, at any ...

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

C) mMMMtaai at $ Astoria. Oregon, Friday Morning. July 15, 1881. STo. 64. Vol. xv. v v ;3l iff t ii'il'ii iflrffilf 0 II rail m$ fe5 DECENCY IN POLITICS. rnwKD Ttv Tin: aj.ta. SKSK AM) I'EAMJN IN CONTRAST with vinouifs An Atmrloiis IliM'lrjiic. The lecent deplorable event at Washington has furnished a text for some very absurd and outta- ireous utterances bv a number of newspapers which are in the habit of speaking without judgment. As fair samples of thesi journals, let us take the San Francisco Call and the Gold Hill Xcws, one non descript, the other republican. The Call quotes a New York Tribune dispatch, and it would bo difficult to quote from a moie unreliable source, a statement that "a gentle man from the wot"' had heard "a great deal of comment at the sta tions along the road," all being to the effect that "'oiilili!i and I!is . rt" Are indirectly responsible for Guit teaus crime. This the Call en dorses as "a plain and sensible way of putting the case." It further says of C...

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

w glxc jDaalu QslvxXnn ASTORIA-OHEOK: FRIDAY JULY 15, 1SS.' . C. IKELAM . ..Editor, i : j Xctt Iron Steamers. ! An iron steamship is in course of construction at the it, to be known as the Queen of the Pm- -:r; cm. :ii i.. ...... c I .'.". fcr&neisco. Astoria and rorilana. A new iron screw steamer of 3,500 tons, to be known as tl Pieter do Coninck, was launched at Lint house, .Turn 11th, by Alwcandei Stephen & Sons, ami in intended for the trade lelween Antwerp and New York. .She 1ms large ac commodations for emigrants and cattle. The Bunotv ship building company launched tlte City of Rome utBairow-in-Fttrness on the 1-Jth ult. AVitli the exception of the Groal Eastern, this i the largest stcnmhip afloat. Slie was built for the Tnniait line, and will run between Liverpool and New York. Fler dimensions ai-e: length, oSG feef; breadth, .72 feel Vt inches; depth of lold. lu Teel, with a ton- nnm- oi .su iens: nei orej power indicatwl is 1O.000. The vessel ih to i rigsjed with f...

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

m - -... lie ailB slosaais, C. ASTORIA, OREGON: FRIDAY ...JULY 15. 1SS1 i ISSUED EVERY MORNING, Mmty Excepted). It. C. Ireland, I'dittir and Proprietor ,f.Urni Btildiivj, (" Siritoi. Terms of Subscription : served by Carrier, per woek.. ..2b Cents -ont by mail, feur inontk?-.................5S 00 ont by mail, oho year .. .................. S X) roo of Pacuiee t Subscribers. -e Advertisement issertod by the yr at j tbe rate of 51 w per snsare per laMttfc. Transient adrortisinr. by the dny or Meek, fifty cents per square fr oach insertion. The Weekly Aslnrinu !. a mammoth sheet, nearly double the size of thp Daily. Jt i ju4t the pa per for the lireside.Yontainhig in addi tion to nil the current news, choice mis cellany, agricultural matter, market re ports, "etc. It is luruislted to single sub scribers at S- Os) ikt year in advance. 2?"A limited uumoer of mali ader tiemontft inserted at established rates. TIIECIT. ' llIK D.WIA AiTOKlN trtU I- xnl itf muilatlZetnts Mfmth.lrtt'ttf jftMa...

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

CO glx SRiltj tetarw I ASTORIA. OREGON: F1UDAY JULY 13, 1S51 , " ."".' Astoria Lodge No. 40, L O. G. T. 1 Regular Moating every Tuesday Kremoe . -i ntM.V- of CUvul Tftmlr' Hall. Cto- J Ok "75 V'""" ..- . namus Street, Astoria, over C. L. rarkert Storo Motnbom of th Order, in sood sdand ne, are invited to attond. Degree weetiae lt Monday caob month. By order . C. F. Temple Lodge, No. 7, A. F. A.M. Regular Commanieatiwas first and third Saturdays in caob month. at73 o'clock, v. .. at tbe Hall in Astoria. Members of tbe Order, in good standing, are invited to attend, Br erde: of the AV . M. Beaver L.odce No. 35, 1. O O. P. Meet every Tbar!dayeeninf.k at J o'clock, in the Odd I e-Kj!gfnfr low's Hall. cor. of Cans and Cfec namus streets, Astoria. M ember of tbe Orjier aro invited to attend. Uy order. h.u. Common Council. Regular weotings -eeond and fvarth Tues day evenings of each month, at 71 o'clock tva-porsons desiring to have waiters actod upoaby tho Council, atanyrogalHr mooting arn...

Publication Title: Daily Astorian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 16 July 1881

0 ga 'R&tonttto. liU--- Yol. XY. Astoria, Oregon, Saturday Morning, July 16. 1881. No. 65. J evr Mexico. New Mexico will nevr amount to muck s jiii agricultural stale. It is h ijood grazing country, but it is jH-ineipjilly valuable for its mines of copper, silver and gold. New Iexieo is iike- a rich miser x-lotlied in rairs. It looks poor outside, but under the surface you will find bidden away wealth enough for a continent. As a rule all reports, except those made by regular reporters, arc exaggera tions. Hundreds of people will pretend thnt tliey have found rich mines, when, as a fact, tlcy have only a few barren poles set on end in the ground. One there will meet but few natives; but there are throngs of real big-hearted, generous Americans. The Pueb los are most excellent, industri ous, honest, ignorant and harmless people and they are as. patient as the little donkeys they maul. The Pueblos are all Catholics, but have been turned over by the in terior department, to another...

Publication Title: Daily Astorian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 16 July 1881

w gfts nfl& &:sfatfaa. ASTOK1A.0KETOK: SATUIIDAY JULY 16, 16S: B.C. IRELAND .Editor. The Water Supply. Astoria will soon be obliged to adopt the course of nearly all populous cities, and discuss the water question. There are few cities in the union where the water question is not under discussion. In some places it is to complain of the high rates placed upon con sumers, but ffpnerallv on account of the growing inadequacy of the supply. This in a few instances may be attributed to a drying up or diversion of the sources of sup ply, but the chief cause is found in the rapid expansion and in crease of population, which is of late years without a parallel. New York is among the complainants. Her legislature is reminded that the volume of rxtcr must bo in creased to prevent scarcity and possible famine. Mayor Grace has addressed a letter to that body, one paragraph of which tells pretty much the whole story. He says: "For ten j'ears the Croton aqueduct has been taxed to its full...

Publication Title: Daily Astorian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 16 July 1881

P) 1 cm lxt p'aVAi Virtmiaik c ASTOKIA, OltKGGN: SATURDAY... .JULY 10. 1361 ISSUBD XVJBRY WORKING. l. r. Jrclnnrt, (hlitor nml rrojiictr .jifrwt iinUdrng, ilnf StrtxA Terms of Sttbteriptton : sxj.TtHl by Carnor. iar w4;....... ......2 Com ant by wall, feur wantli.. ............. ..$ Ml et br mail, cue j'ear. ................... Free f Vuurv tofe-criiMU'. ft3.AlvarttMmieM iartl Uy Ums year m the rate wf SI 39 -tnftre er meatk. rranwent dvertinK. by tfee day or v, Mk, MtF csbU ec MHHre for eaeh itertiR. Thr Vtcelilj AvHnn:i is a mammoth sheet, neatly cioHhle tiHJ .-.IXC Of lllC l)ail. it i jllt tlKJ pa per for the fireside, containing lit audi iHmUiHll the current news, choice iBis cetlaity. agricultural matter, market im ports, utc. J I i itiniMKil 1 single sb-mmHkm-. at si! 09 pei jear in adauee. 3tA limited mtiiioer of snmlS iver tfisomeiits iiinerW at estabi lilted rata. THE CITY. !'HK D.Vtl.V AsTOKIAN "W Ik ni ! muilnt TS cent it hhaUi. jrreft4m. ffrtw- rht cimtrmiJalf abut; rwi ...

Publication Title: Daily Astorian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 16 July 1881

a) JBilM!.'.! - ',t wfj'i t.Ymrr .t tb mtt gailg storlactt. Ordinance Tib. 413 Ax 0 "idinaxok concerni ng; offenses and disorderly conduct. i The City of Astoria does ordain p fal fal eows: Section 1. That any --erbon or (tcrtons who shall conduct themselves m a vio lent, riotous or disorderly mminpr, or who shall use any proCancaftiiwve or obscene larrguase. in auy stretliouse. or place, within the corpoire limits of said city, whereby tlie peace or quiet of said citV is. ormav 1k disturbed: or who shall be Ruilty of any indecent or im moral act or practice, uion conviction thereof before the Police Judge, shall be fined not less than five dollars nor more than one hundred dollars; or be impris oned in the jail of said city not to exceed twenty daysjintil such fine and the costs of tlieaction are paid. Section i.'. That any erson or persons who shall set up, open or keen any room house or place, as & report, lor the pur pose of smoking opium; or who shall sell opium for the pun...

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

C!) 2t0i0fffll Vol. xv. Astoria, Oregon, Sunday Morning, July 17, 1881. No. 66. YOT BET. BRIEF DESCRIPTION OP THE WUJGAPA VALLEY. A .SOn, OF MAJIVELOUS FER TILITY. AND LAND FOR NOTHING. TI1K 1RAWHACKS-N0 OOVIERNMENT CLAIMS WITH HOU.SI5.SAXI I. A UN'S PTONTHKM. NORTH RIVER NOT EXACTLY PARADISE AFTER ALL. Corr. f Tmic astohia. According to promise, 1 will now try and give your renders a brief description of the Willapa valley, and in doing this 1 s!iall endeavor to give both sides of the question; the disadvantages as well as the advantages: so that people can act understandingly in regard to coming hoi. 1 believe there is no country in thi world but has some disadvantages to con tend with, but, as 1 said in a previous letter, 1 think this rekm possesses fewer tlian mot otlnirsj and such as they are, are briefly summed up as follew: Neighbors are some distance apart, and we have poor roads in the winter sea son. The one is a consequence of the other. In the turner end of the valley 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. — 17 July 1881

cu tag MSaMMMtfaMMtfMtaMMC gfte gnilB steism. j of I ASTORIA. OREGON: SUNDAY JULY 17. 1SSI ... D. :. IUIX.t.M -., The Astoria Railroad. Grading on the railroad from Astoria will be commenced as soon as the line is finished to The Dalles. If men could be obtained this work would be pushed immedi ately, but the company have not men enomrli now by two thousand, on work at present in process of construction. The company now have '2,700 men at work on the irade between the Cascades and the Dalles. The track has been laid nine miles up the river from the lower cascade. and the oradinr will be done to Hood river, twenty-six miles within ten davs. Bridge and trestle work and track laying will follow the grade closely. The iron for the Astoria road has been contracted for, and will be laid down ai Astoria when it arrives. The Oregouian charges that money has been offered to bribe J. S. Keller, .J. J3. Kellogg, and N. 13. Iloneyman .severally, members of the common council of Port land, in th...

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

cl QJ Dv t&r gUilB StJOWiiTTU ! ASTORIA, OllEGON: SUNDAY JULY 17. 1SS1 ISSUED EVERY MORNING. Monday Excepted). It. V. Irrluutl. i:lifnr and Proprietor A dorian Building, Cass Street. Terms of Subscription : fejrrod by Carrier, por week..........'.K Cents Peat by mail, four months-.... f 00 le&t by mail, cno year..... ... 9 M Free of Ponnsro jo Subscribers. b- Advertisement" inserted by the year at the raio of f 1 oO ier snuaro per month. Transient advertising, by tho day or week, fifty cents jer square for each insertion. The MecMy AIori:ui Is a mauiinoth .sheet, nearly iloiibie the size of the Daily. It is just the pa per for the fireside, containing in addi tion to all the current news, choice uiis ceJIanj. agricultural matter, market re ports, etc. It is furnished to single sub scribers at S- (K) per year in aduinee. ;t2?"A limited manner of small adver tisements inserted at established rales. THE CITY. 111 r. WAU.Y asioi ia um ,,r m ,, er irfio coHteuiitlatcalixcucr from...

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

CVJ I y,a i i.HBSaSagCSSM RSTH.JW.fcfrvlIltM tIT bbb h gwaa ggaas.ejMJuufc' vw fjg-tnx.rf ? : gw:; vjtiii fn jb.iii . J jpj. j-j. J- . jti i-i-i u 'tyi ,Hr ,hmVJ..,,l'r.,lrffgSBMB gftc ggllg aslcwiaw. Ordixranco No. 413 Ax OnniXANcn concerning offenses mid disorderly conduct. The City of Astoria does ordain iu fol lows :" Sbctiox 1. That any person or persons who shall conduct themselves in a vio lent, riotous or disorderly manner, or who shall use any profane, abusive or obscene language, in any street, house, or place, within the corporate limits of said city, whereby the peace or quiet of said city is, or may be disturbed: or who shall be guilty of any indecent or im moral act or practice, uou conviction thereof before tlie Poliee Judge, shall lc fined not less than five dollars nor more tlmn one hundred dellar: or be impris oned in the jail of said city not to exceed twenty days,until such fine and tlie costs of the action are iid. Section 'J. That any imtsoii or persons who sha...

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 July 1881

0) ii vJyJUHI' ea Vol. xv. Astoria, Oregon, Tuesday Morning, July 19, 1881. No. 67. IX ICY tfXTliCMKi:. TIDING OF THE VIGILANT ANJ MOHNT WALL ASTON. iiiEiK crews iiavi: ri!i:is!iBi axi) THE VESSELS AIM. WRECKED. T1IK WHALERS CONFIDENT OF THE JEANNETTES SAFETY At last tidings that ina he con sidered perfectly reliable and au thentic have been received from the missing whalers, the Vigilant and the Mount "Walluston. Sltortly hefoie Gve o'clock v. r.,.Tuly 12th, a whaler was sighted just beyond the heads, approaching San Fran cisco, and from the appearance of her hull and spins it was at first supposed that it was the Vigilant returning from her long and peril ous cruise. Afterwards, however, when she passed through the Golden gate and dropped her an chor in the bay, it was ascertained that the vessel was the Wliullii liarK Titos, rope. Which left San Francisco last No vember, bound for the Arctic ocean. With others of the whal ing fleet, she passed through the Bering strait, but did n...

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. — 19 July 1881

ty 3Pe gttilij gistxwism -! ASTORIA-OREGON: TUESDAY JULY IB, 18S1 D.C.IUELAXO .EUor. Aii Important Publication. Ira G. Hoitt, Business Manager of "The Commerce ami Indus tries of the Pacific Const," and "W. B. Bancroft, are in this city collecting information for this forthcoming book, projected, and in a few months to be published, b- A. L. Bancroft & Co., of San Francisco. The work is beiug compiled and written by John S. Hittol, who was for nearly twdnty five years, one of the editors of the Alta California, wrote the Resources of California, History of San Francisco, etc., and is bet ter qualified for the work in hand than any otlier man on this coast. The book will be a quarto of 000 to SOO pages, will give a very complete account of the rise, pro gress, products, present condition, and prospects of the useful arts on this side of the Kooky moun tains, with an elaborate treatment of our fisheries, manufactures, transportation, agriculture, mining, and our various department...

Publication Title: Daily Astorian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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