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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 19 July 1881

Cl gkc pnUij pisl0v5sro ASTORIA, 01IEG03 . ! TUESDAY ISSUED EVERY MORNING. Man Jay Excepted), (. ". Ireland, I'.iIHor it ml t'roprlrtor Axfttnan BnHdiittj, iJntu Street- Terms of Subset iption : aer v ed by Carrier. ior reek ......5 Genu :snt by until, four months...... .3 On ni by mail, cno eur .. ....... -. S O Free f FwainKo t Subscriber. c" Advertisements inserted by the year nt tbe rate of Si .V) per square por inentb. l'ransient advertising, by the day or week, I Ifty centa ier &iunro for ouch insertion. 'Mm Week!.", tsfori.tn Is a nminmoth sited. iienily dotiMo tliesieof theDailv. It is just the pa per foi Die lireside, eontaiiiiiiit in addi tion lo ail the eiuieiil news, choiee mi-.-eelliuij.afjiieiiltnral mattei, mat leer le ports, etc 11 is furnished lo simile ul seiilieis at "j-J oft per c.tr in advance. 2A limited nitiiioet of small adver tisements inseilcd at established rates. THE CITY. Iiik Daiia Astouun iriKJ .! miiilnf;rtc4sitmtttii. ff;i.WH?'- F'vi-j et Hht etm...

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. — 19 July 1881

m ci gjfte Sftilu gsftaimx. o ASTORIA. OREGON: TUESDAY... ...JULY 19, IBS'. Astoria liCKige Ho. 40, L O. G. T. Regular Jleotiag every lawday ISreninif at 7 o'cleok, atGod TeMpUrt Hull. Che- namus Street, Astoria, over C. L. Parkor'a Store Members of the Order, in seed staad- ng, aro invite I attefid. Deeroe meeting let . Memlayoaob wenta. By order W. C. I. ! Tomple Lodge, No. 7, A. F. A. M. Regular CowmanicatHms firrt and')rx third Saturdays in oack month, at 74 V o'eleek. p.m.. at the Hall in Astoria. Members of the Order, in good standing, are invited to attend. By erde: of the W. M. Beaver Lodsre No. 35. L O. O. P. Moot every Thuredav evenine.i at i o'clock, in the Odd l'el-g Uui II..U nr of mm BIm Clip- ' ueinusEtreota. Artoria. iemherBf the Order are invited to attend. By order. N.i, Common Council. Regular laeetingfi second and fourth Tboj duy erentDRS of oaeh month, at 7'i o'clock OfiJ" Persons desirinr to have matters actod Mjen by the CuttciL at any regular meeting whM iree...

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. — 20 July 1881

0) -X Vol. XV. Astoria, Oregon, Wedncsdav Morning. July 20, 1881. So. 68. At i ifi'jririfi'iiiir A The Salem Mayor Abroad. Mr. E. R. ILiwes loft at our of-; fice, last week, a copy of the Metalic Worker, a weekly journal published in New York, in the interest of the stove, tin, plumbing, and house-furnishing trades, in which we find the following incog, reference, possibly to Mr. Craw ford, the live mayor of Salem, who is known to be somewhere in the east. The .Metal Worker says: "Noticeable among the many strangers who visited Coney island two weeks ago was a gentleman from Salem, Oregon, whose name we are unable to learn, but from the intelligent manner in which he discussed the Conkling-Platt muddle, and the political affairs of the far west, we judge him to be a politician of no mean icpute. lie was in company with two gentle men from this city, one of whom represents in New York the lead ing stove and metal house of San Francisco, and the other was a city stove manufacturer, wh...

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. — 20 July 1881

m glxo gteoly jk&lxnAsm ASTORIA. OREGOK : "WEDNESDAY -JULY SO, 1881 D.C.IKELAXK. .Editor. The railroad irar is altout as hot as the weather, about Chicago. Forty deaths per day of sun stroke are reported in Cincinnati. The eventuality of war with France is openly discussed in Mad rid cafes and the coming election are for the moment forgotten. A posse of thirty men are in pursuit uf the Rock Island train robbers. Escape is impossible. The notorious James brothers are amongst the robbers. Plans are bcin talked up of a way to get the President to the sea side. He will probably be taken arcund to Long branch by steamer, as the motion of a rail way train would be hurtful. It is rumored that the Central Pacific railway will connect at Granger with the Chicago, Bur tington and Quincy. This will make two through lines with the Northern Pacific railroad to Ore iron. A Guymas dispatch says that the federal judge there has refused permission to Sain Bran nan to have his lands surveyed, and...

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. — 20 July 1881

V) 3t a ASTORIA, OREGON: WEDNESDAY JULY -0. 1S81 ISSUED EVERY MORNINQ. (Monday Cxceptedl. It. V. frolaud, Alitor aud i'roiirlclor AxUman liutidinq. Gas Street. Terms of Subscription : orvod by Carrier, per week ..........25 Cents icnt by mail, four months..... ......SB 00 itul by mail, cne your.......... .......... 9 00 Free of Posiaze to Subscriber. r Advertisements inserted by tbeyetir at the rate of $1 50 jorsiuuro per month. Transient advertising, by the day or week, fifty cents per suuare for each insertion. Tin lVccUIy Aslorian 1 a luaiiimolh sheet, nearly double the size of tlte Daily. It is just the pa per for the fit otitic, coiitainiiii; in addi tion to all the enrienl news, choice mis eellany, agricultural matter, market re ports, etc. It is ttunislied to single ub .seribers at b'2 00 per year in alliance. jSf'A limited numoei of small :uler tisemenls inserted at established rales. THECITY. TitK Daii.v Astoi:ia mi'K he Iqj mail at" cent a month, frcr uJjtwAagc. Head tr wh...

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. — 20 July 1881

C4 J ASTOEIA. OREGON: WEDNESDAY JULY 29-188: Astoria Lodge .No. 40, 1. 0. G. T. Regular Moating ovory Tuesday Evening at 714 o'clock, aiGowl Templar's Hall, Che namus Street, Astoria, over C L. Parker's Store Mombors of the Ordor, in goodstand nc, are invited to attond. Dogr&e ncetiac 1st Monday each month. By order W. C. I. TPirn-oIa l.odc:e. No. 7. A. F. A. M. llogular Communications first andfV third Saturday? in each month, at 7' u'clock. P. v.. at the ilall in Astoria. Members of the Order, in jood standing, are invited to attond. By erde: of the V . M. Beaver Liodire Ho. 35, 1. 0. O. F. Moot every Thursday evoning. k at 8 o'clock, in the Odd Fol- gjjsariP low's Hall.cor. of Case and Che- '""'"' nainus streets, Astoria. Members of theUrder are invited to attond. Br order. N.tl, Common Council. Regular meetings second and fourth Tues day ovenings of each month, atTVi o'clock ee-Poraons desiring to have matters acted upon by tho Coimeil. at any regular meeting mut prosont tho...

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. — 21 July 1881

r) i - Vol. xv. .Vstoria, Oregon, Thursday Morning, July 21. 1881. IST(). 69. ,-v - fl Js - pt &! THE COMMERCIAL PULSE. The World of Traffic-Interesting Facts Concerning Crops and Ships sail I'rumKco I'ciiotfs. The want of tonnnge has really retarded the movement in jrrain, and expoiters, dealers in wheat, and agents of vessels are looking forward anxiously for a large fleet to arrive. With the accumulation of old -wheat and new in the city and about the bay there is an am ple supply to load all the tonnage due here as rapidly as easels can be made reach' to receive cargo. There is a good deal of complaint at present regarding weevils, which is doubtless owing in a great measure to (he long storage of hist years crop. Usually the wate houses are cleared of grain by the first of June, and that month is devoted to a thorough cleansing of the buildings. Last year, how ever, many warehouses lemained full throughout the season and at present contain large quantities of old grain. Mor...

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. — 21 July 1881

m MMMmriMHMI IPs giacivt) Q&Xoxlwtu ASTORIA-OREGON: THURSDAY JULY 21, 1BS1 B.C. IRELAND. .Editor. Chinese anil Japanese Trade. Recently Tirn Astokian re ferred hopefully to the increasing demands in China and Japan for productions of the Pacific coast as a stimulant to renewed efforts on the part of our producers. To our groat surprise the San Francisco Bulletin informs us that "we can not expect to make much headway in extending our trade with Hong kong. Tt is not the Chinese who are taking our Jlour at that point. "Were that the case the demand might be developed to an indefi nite degree, provided we could sell wheat cheaper than it could be raised in China. It is European population at Hongkong and in China (says the Bulletin man) that takes the bulk of the flour there, and the number is limited." This is very remarkable language for the Bulletin. It is absurd. What is the white or European popula tion in Hongkong or China that could consume even a single cargo of the flour t...

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. — 21 July 1881

cn a S7 gli gilOlS StalOT ASTORIA. OREGON: THURSDAY JULY 21, 1SS1 ISSUED BVBBY MORNING. (Monday GxceptAdl, fi. '. Ireland, Editor anil rruiirlcfor Axtttrian liuihtinq, Gtuu Struct. Terms of Subscription : acrvod by Carrier, per wet)k.........i"i C'onti Jem by mail. four months.............. .?" 00 ent ly mail, one year........................... 5 0 Free of I'oxtaee to SubJcribera. w3 Advertisements insorted by the yoar at the rate of 51 iil per square per month. L'rnnsicnt advertiainc, by the day or week, flfty cents per square for each insertion. The "iVoeKly Asfnriuu I a mammoth sheet, nearly double the size of the Daily. It is jutl the pa per for the flresidceontaiiring in addi tion to all the em rent news, choice mis cellany, agricultural matter, market re ports, etc. It is furnished to single sub scribers atS2 00 per year in advance. ;3?A limited nmnner of mall adver tisements inserted at established rate. THECITY. Tub Daily Astokian rtf" I rut Im mail ali: cent a numlh.frceuf...

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. — 21 July 1881

W : JPTTirT Taimna Sto gaits &si0i&tt. ASTOKIA. OREGON: THURSDAY. ...JULY 21. IsSI Astoria Lodge Jtfo. 40, 1. O. G. T. Regular Mcotias every Tuoedav Hvoain? at& o'clock, at Good Totnplar'd Hall. Cae namas Street, Astoria, ovor C. L. Parker'i Storo Metnbors of tho Ordor, ia good gtand nz, aro iDvitod to attond. Degree jnoetiiielst Monday each month. By order W. C. I. Toraple .Lodge, Wo. 7, A. F. A. M. Regular Communications firt and"VV third Saturdays in each month. atT1 V .I'nincir. pm.. nttho Hall in Astoria. Members of the Order, in Reed standing, are invited to attond. By erde: of iho W. M. Beaver LiOdtro No. 35, L O Meet every Thursday evening. jfcg n, C n'MnnV in fho ftdil lfl-ii !..-.'. floll i.nr. r.f C'ia anil Plfft- namusetroots, Astoria. Membersof the Order aro invited to attond. Bj order. N , Common Council. Regular meetings second and fourth Tues day ovonings of onch month, at 7' . o'clock OS-Persons desiring to have matters acted upon by the 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. — 22 July 1881

0) F "J T ii' .4 ?- I- ii a) Istoria.-Oregon, Friday Morning, July 22. 1881, 3To. 70. Vol. XT. &t0nwi. - ra i jyyJH' SIMCOE INDIANS. A HAPPY KACE-UAPPY HE CAUSE TRA1XED TO IIAli ITS OF IXDUSTRY. FATHER WILBUR MOVES THE GOODS FROM MALHEUR AOEN'CA TO SIMCOE. laiiluc Through Pendleton. Last Saturday a train of ninetoon wagons, driven altoethei by In dians, and Father Wilbur, of the Siincoe tesorvation, passed through Pendleton. They were loaded with machinery, blacksmith tools, wire for fencing, and 1 don't Know what all, but a great variety of ar ticles foi improving an Indian resei vatioii. The teams were mostly four-hoi .se teams, and the harness that the hoises woie. were made by Simcoe Indians. This was so unlike anything we had overseen befoie that we watched it pass through town with consid erable interest, and we noticed that every one on Main stieet watched the strangers with as much interest as we did. It was wonderful that twenty Indians, all speaking English, and 4.S Po...

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

r) gnc nil3 Jvslxrctotu. ASTORIA- OREGON: FBjyjAY. JULl . ihju .C.IKELAM .Editor. Condition of the President. The record of th presidents case is one of steady improvement. Little can be added in the way of details to facts in official bulletins and telegrams to consulting sur geons. The doctors seem to have one language for the public and another for private persons, but the confidence of the people in the recovery of the president has not been shaken. From Alaska. The California broke her cylin der head near Pearl straits and proceeded, after a short delay, with one engine, and arrived at Harris-, burp-on the 11th inst. She went to the new wharf, which is now completed, and is certainly one of the best north of Portland. Very little work has been done on ledires, but the prospects look bet- than ever. Ledge arc showing up well and have every appear ance of being solid and permanent. A mail service has been estab lished between Sitka and Harris burg, in accordance with the peti tio...

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. — 22 July 1881

c i glic gailij storiau. ASTORIA, OllKGON: FRIDAY JULY : 1SS1 ISSUED EVERY MORNING. Monday Excepted). i. f. Irctaml, IMitor anil I'roiirlrlor A Mori nn lin'Miimj, Ctus Si reef. Terms of Subscription : sol ved by Currier. por week ......i Cents Dt by mall, four months... ....... .......S 00 ont by mail, ono yeur... ............. H W) Freo of Poatngo to Subscribers. " Advertisements HHorted by the year at the rate of SI ."ii per square per month. Transient advertising, by the dny or week, fifty cents ier square for each insertion. The Weekly Asforian Is a iiiainmnlli sheet, nearly double thesizeof t lie Daily. It is jtpt the pa per for the fireside, containing in addi tion to all the current news, choice mis cellany, agricultural mailer, market re ports, etc. It is ltiriuNhcd to single Mib-M-ribcrs at 52 00 per year in advance. ;-5?"A limited nmnocr of small adver tisement inscrteil at established rates. THECITY. Tiik Daily atokiax will ic sut Uy mail at 't c om- a month, free of ;w7;...

Publication Title: Daily Astorian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 22 July 1881

(V MMMNiimil ?&& gafl& gtsfoa&nt ASTORIA. OREGON : FRIDAY ..JULY 22, 18S1 ABtoria LiOOge No. 40. L O. G. T. Kogular Meeting ovory Tuesday Evening at 714 o'clock, at Good Templar' Hall, Cbo namus Street, AEtoria, ovor C. L. Parker's Store Mcinbors of the Order, in good etand nc,aroinvitodtoattond. Dogrcejuoptinir 1st Monday each month. By order W. C.T. Temple Lodge, No. 7. A. F. A. M, Kegular Communications first and third Saturday? in each month. atT'i o'alock, v. ji.. at the Hall in Astoria. Members or the OrdeT, in pood standing, are invited to attend. By erde: of the V . M. Beaver Lodee No. 35. L O O. F. Meet overs' Thursday renins. iaJwWig at S o'clock, in the Odd Ye-gzgkc low' Hall. cor. of Cnsand Che- rT nuiuus streets. Atnria. Meiuborsof tli Order ure Invited to attend. By order. X. G. Common CounciL Hegulnr meetings second and fourth Tues day evenings of each month, at 74s o'clock titSr Persons desiring to have matters acted upon by the Council, atnnyrogttlur...

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. — 23 July 1881

0) ' .'A;-" T -U' .. -".3s.i'J u.,w tincimi: At Astoria, Oregon, Saturday Morning, July 23, 1881 No. 71. Vol. XY. p HI IP jiyyi jii'Ji'ii' u CADDIE IS. OREOOX THOROUGHBREDS OX THE TRACK AT SALEM. 1111 k uilst rack ever rpn on the north pacific coast. One and Thrro-I'ourlli Miles. Time--S:0S-4. The Portland Rural Spirit, de scribing this nice over the course of the Oregon State Agricultural Society, July -i, 1SS1, says: At no time in the history of the United States has there been so much interest in racing as the present one. Indeed, this was re garded asthe contest which decid ed the championship among the winning horses. As scon as Mr. Galloway read the names of the contestants cheer after cheer went up from the throats of thousands of- people. Trade Hollar, Caddie ., Jack Douglas and Winters were the start ei. In the pools Trade Dollar sold equal to the other tin ee. The draw for posi tions resulted as follews: Caddi R., Winters, Douglas, and Trade Dollar. The start was a pretty ...

Publication Title: Daily Astorian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 23 July 1881

w ghc gjntta giStoJatu ASTORIA-OREGON: SATURDAY JULY 28, 18S1 9. C. IRELAND ...... Editor. Timely Discussion. Leading iournals of the Atlantic side are discussing the propriety and impropriety ol the subscrip tion started in New York city to raise a fund of 250,000 for the benefit of Mrs. Garfield and her children. The Astoriax endorses the belief that this movement is not in good taste, and is setting a bad example. We have as much admiration for Mrs. Garfield as we have for any other true and faith ful American lady, wife and moth er, but no more. There could be no possible danger of her or her children suffering, in the event of the presidents death. .She has a good and highly improved home and farm at Mentor. Ohio, worth. it is said, 25,000, and in case her husband should die during his term congress would be sure to vole her at least a years salary. Men do not generally give sums of from one to five thousand dollar.-, just for the love of giving. And a l:trr majority of thoe wh...

Publication Title: Daily Astorian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 23 July 1881

m t 'c piuly gistonaa. Benefit of St Marys. ASTORIA, OREGON: SATURDAY .JULY 1SS1 ISSUED EVERY MORNING. (Monday Excepted). I. V. Iiflaud, Editor ami I'roiirlrtor AMonan Building, (Joss Street. Terms of Subscription : served by Carrier. per week..........ti Contfl Sent by mail, four months...... ......$$ 00 vent by mail, one year..... ................. s W) freo of Po-iUisc to Subscriber. j The programme for ?xt Wcdiwa- j day afternoon At hJrty hall, has I been printed, anil it sjows an adnrira- , ble variety to tile amusement m :,, 1 besides it is Cnq specimen of rint i in" from The Asn.u presses. This j being a laudable land praiseworthy effort, we hope to sot' thoyhouse filled. ar Advertueuients inserted by the year at the rate of Si M iersuiaro per month. Transient advertiins. by the day or week, fifty cents per square for each insertion. "I lie Wrrklj Aslorian Sunday J3xc The new stc advertised for to fort Canby leaving fctustfcrs street, at 9 e'eloe round trip, -F me dollar sion...

Publication Title: Daily Astorian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 23 July 1881

Cfl TXxz ail Qslzxiixvu ASTORIA. OREGON: SATURDAY JULY 23, 1SSI GOMMERGEAKD TRADE. TORT OF ASTORIA. READY FOR SEA. Portland. bH. Oase S F July 20 (iity of Quebec lr bk 7U0 tons Mrerposl. .Inly J" SAILED. Columbia, ss. 2T21 tons Bolles S F. July S Kate end Anna, steam sch.3 tons, Lut'ess. Grays Harbor J nly?i W II Eesse. bk, 1027 tons. Barker. Pnget-ssund, July 19 Fearless. tr Grays Harbor. .Tub 17 otate of California. s. '"JOO ton. Debney. S F July 17 Scottish Bard. Br bk. SU terns. Little. Loudon. July 17 Bellaporje. br bk. 1030 tonsTate. Londeu. July H. .Mfirnm. sh, f2tl tons. Lowell. l.iverjxe)..lHl '.i ARRIVALS FROM SEA. Sliubriok. U S Light-bouse str. Everson. cruise. July IB North Bend bkt 37U tons Merninan. S K July 14 Taunton, br sh. CM tons, llaruby. ftn Hongkong. July 6 N.Boynton. bk. 1 OtS tons MaMin Hflngkong. J une 4 :lfnporis, br lit. 191 tons. Cape of Oood-bope. Julys Kate L DarentKrt. sh. 12 tHs. MallHi X Y J une 30 Sidlaw. Br bk 499 tons McOlasltan Middleberetich 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. — 24 July 1881

Ll w CO' k MHaaaattttaMiWBmr j gtOCfftlt Vol. XY. Astoria, Oregon, Sunday Morning, July 24, 1881. STo. 72. wn- $ j swmuixG. IITXTS TO SEA BATUETiS-TIlE ART OF S)VJMMTXa-l$ IT NATURAL? TEURLY sniGEsrioNs FOR VISITORS TO THE SKA-SIDll 111 Miould i.ruiu lo m1ui. Many ;ood swimmer are of opinion that nobody need he di owned who does not lose his head when ho falls into deep water. If he cannot swim he can float, it is maintained, or Head water. Against lhi theoiv may be set the experience of most men, that they can neither float nor Head water till they have learned how to swim. Both opeiations, both floating and treading, are natural and easy. But both require pre cisely that calmness and balance of mind and body which in the water are only possible to people who can trust their own poweis. A swimmer leaves his body to the laws of nature, and presently his lace and his toes are above the surface. But a man who cannot .swim, as soon as he is out of his depth, thrusts up his arm6; to clu...

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

m gto Snife gstocintu ASTORIA. OREGON : 1 SUUDAY. ....JULY 24, 1881 I.C.IRELAND. .Editor. Plenty of Water. An artesian well Is now in oper ation on the old soap hole flat, Wasco county, which throws a continuous stream about twenty five feet high. Prof. Hurley bored down by the side of one of the boap holes to a depth of 219 feet, findinjr nothing1 but that curious mud which created such an excite ment a few years ago, and when the boring ceased the -water spout ed from the hole, and keeps it up constantly. Can any one give a good reason why a flowing well should not be bored in or near Astoria? The mountains are full of springs, and all the creeks and streams which flow to the ocean have their sources in them. In many springs that have been dug large veins of water hare been found which rose for some distance above the point at which they were tapped. The present supply in many cases is sufficient to fill the wants of many families from one spring. The agony is over at Albany at la...

Publication Title: Daily Astorian, The
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