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

(?) eflfti 'glxz pnrtB stflrisnu ASTORIA, OREGON: SUNDAY.. .JULY 24, 1SS1 ISSUED EVERY MORNING. (Monday lxcsiteli. II. O. Irclautl, ftllfor Jintl Proprietor Aatorum Building, Cass Street. Terms of Subscription : served by Carrier, per week .25 Conls Sent by mail, four months.......... .? 00 ent by until, one year ................... 9 OO Free of Ptase to Subscribers. 8-3" Advertisements inserted by the your at tho rate of SI 3) per square per month. Transient advertising, by the day or week, fifty cents por square for each insertion. Tin- Weekly Aslorism Is a mammoth shout, nearly double the. size ol the Daily, it is jut me pa per for the fireairie.Vonlniuiiig in addi tion to all Hie current news, eholee nii celiany, agricultural matter, market re ports, etc. It In turnlsbed to single aiib seriber at 52 00 per year in advance. 53f"A limited unmoor of small adver tisements inserted at established rate. TIIECITY. TlIK l)AIW AM'OUIAN Will J CHt lffj via it at "." ccntx a numlh.frec nf ...

Publication Title: Daily Astorian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 24 July 1881

it) ., ," gRfc Sails Qifi&xxmu ASTORIA. OREGON: SUNDAY -....JULY 31, 1SS1 Astoria Lodge No. 40, L O. G. T. Regular Meeting crory Tuesday Evening atlA o'clock, at Good Templar's Hall, Cho nainus Street, Astoria, over C- L. Parker's Store Members of the Order, in goodstand ns, are iDVitod to attend. Degree jneetinel&t Monday each month. By order W. C. T. Temple JLodfire, No. 7, A- F. A- M, Regular Communications first and thir J Saturdays in each month, at 7. unlock, p. M.. at the Hall in Astoria. Members of the Order, in Reed standing, are invited to attend. By ordeiof the W.M. Beaver L.odK No. 35. LO Meet every Thursday cvenine.ES at 8 o'clock, in the Odd hel- lrvw'j Hall inr. (if (Thus nnJ C!hi- nauius streets, Astoi hi. Me-inbornd the Order are invited to attond. By order. N.u. Common Council. Regular meetings second and fourth Tues day evenings of each month, at 7 o'clock ir Persons deirin to have matters actod upon by the Council, ai any regular meeting must present the ...

Publication Title: Daily Astorian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 26 July 1881

f 1.) Vol. xv. Astoria, Oregon, Tuesday Morning, July 26, 1881. No. 73. i r? V1 i ,4!1 Jl' JP iv JUJ' I ir SEA-VIE W. OXE OF OUR RESORTS VISITED BY AX ASTORTAX COR- RESPOXDEXT. Tin: nkw town site on north pa cific BEACH. Corr. Astorian. Sea-View, Pacific county, W. T., is destined to be a favorite resort in future, ft is laid off in twenty one blocks of eight iots each, 50x 100 feet. The- hotel site and grounds comprise an area equal to six blocks. The ground is well suited for the erection of cottages, and is partly covered with a growth of young firs and hemlocks, a bank of about four feet running along next the beach. The loca tion is about half a mile from the bluffs of Fort Canby. From these rocks there is good fishing to be had at each tide, the fihh consist ing of rock cod, black bass, porgies, and other of all sizes, up to three or four pounds in weight, alVord ing good sport, both -with rod and line; clams and crabs can be had at ordinary season. Mr. J. L. Stout, of Sea-Vie...

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. — 26 July 1881

C23 itftfttHAa gto &il &sk&ni. ASTORIA. OREGON: TUESDAY ..JULY 2G, 1B81 .C. IRELAND .Editor. Condition of the President. In Washington, New York, and many other places, last Saturday, excitement was almost as great and painful as on the day the president was shot, in consequence of a chill which attacked the presi dent at 8 o'clock. This chilly shaking sensation lasted until 9 o'clock when fever set in and rose rapidly. His pulse went up to 130, and temperature 101. In an hour or so the fever declined some. The doctors were not able to de fine the cause of the change. The cabinet ministers were all sent for and there was a great deal of un easiness in the city growing out of the fact that nothing definite could be ascertained from the sur geons. At half-past one o'clock yesterday morning he was resting quietly. Jere and Bob. The August number of the North American Review devotes a liberal supply of its space to a polemical duel between Col.Inger soll, the great exponent ...

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. — 26 July 1881

"03 AM ! Six SniT& stcriauo ASTORIA, OREGON: TUESDAY.. ...JULY 20, ISSI ISSUED EVERY MORNING. (Monday Excepted!. It. ;. Irclnml, Alitor and Proprietor AxUman Building, Cass Street-. Terms of Subset iptlon : sorrcd by Carrier, per weok.............25 Cents iaat by mail, fourinonths...............J3 00 Sent by mail, one year... . ... .......... A 00 Free of Postnce to Subscribers. csr Advertisements inserted by the yoar at the rate of 51 50 per square per month. Transient advertising, by the day or week, Itly cents per square for each insertion. Tin Wrrklj Aslofiaii 1? a mammoth sheet, neaily double thesi7Mf tho I)ail. It is justtheim ler for Hit firCMdc.Vonlaimiif; in audi tion to all the current news choice mis rellanv. ainiriiltural matter, market io- ports, etc. It - f uniitlii'd to single sub scriber at b'2 00 per year in adanee. iifA limited milliner of Miiall adver tisements inserted at established rate-. T1IEJ3ITY. I 11 ft llAIM AVIOUIAX Will hC Milt hl mail tttR cent a mo...

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. — 26 July 1881

CHJ w&SmSkmSSSfSm gfte Sailu sta&m. ASTORIA. OREGON: TUESDAY JULY 2b, 1B81 Astoria Lodge No. 40, 1. 0. G. T. Regular Meeting every Tuesday Evening atJ4 o'clock, atGood Templar's II all. Cho namus Stroct, Astoria, over C. L. Parker's Store Members of the Order, in good stand ntr.aro invited to attend. Degree meeting 1st Monday each month. By order W. C.T. Temple .Lodge, No. 7, A. F. A. M. ?sa;& Rczular Communications first third Saturdays in each month, at7J5 o'clock, p. v.. at the 11 all in Astoria. Members of the Order, in good standing, are invited to attend. By erde: of the V. M. Beaver Lods?e No. 35, L O. O. P. Meet every Thursday oveninfuKfe at 8 o'clock, in the Odd Fel--3xg low's Hall. cor. of Cass and Che- T namus streets, Astoria. Members of the Order are invited to attend. By ordor. N. G , Common Council. Regular meetings second and fourth Tues day ovomngs of each month, at"Jt o'clock csr Persons desiring to have matters acted upon by the Council, at any regular...

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. — 27 July 1881

to I1 -' , Igtiftlft ? .- Astoria, Oregon, Wednesday Morning, July 27, 1881. No. 74. Vol. XT. 0 1 PjWW v BROILING HCMAMTY. ST. ZOZ7IS IX A HOT DAY THE SUN'S SUFFEIlEnS. EFFECT OF THE WEATHER I'.rciXKSS. upon St. I-ouis Globe, July 18th. A day laborer stopped in front of a Fifth-street thermometer yesterday-afternoon, and said to one of a perspiring group, "what does that thing say?" "Ninety-eight degrees in the shade," replied one. "That's all right, but what does it bay in the sun where my hod and mortar is?' No one could inform him. A reporters curiosity to know the difference between sunshine and shadow was aroused, and so at a few minutes past two o'clock a thermometer that registered 101 degrees in the Globe-Democrat editorial rooms, was hung out upon the balcony. The mercury com menced to climb with great rapid ity, and in two minutes had as cended to 132 degrees. Fearful that the mercury would escape en tirely, the instrument was brought in and recuperated from its severe str...

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. — 27 July 1881

ra iGBm hc SnoUj Qslvziim. ASTORIA. OREGON: WEDNESDAY- JULY 27, 1B81 . C. IRELAXM ... Editor. Onr Lovely Climate. Mail and telegraph daily brings us word that men are falling dead in the streets of eastern cities, also in Europe, by sunstroke. The heat has been intense east of the Rocky mountains and fatal in hun dreds of instances. It is consider ably warmer in the valley than at Astoria, but anywhere the climate of Oregon is cool and pleasant compared with what we hear of other parts of the country. "We have often said that the very worst weather we have here is preferable to the very best they enjoy over on the other side. We have no occasion to qualify the remark. One peculiarity of this climate, which greatly increases health and comfort, is that when evening comes, even after the warmest days, the air is cool and delicious, and sleep is sound and refreshing. This climate, with its immunity from all extremes of heat and cold, is scarcely equalled on the face of the earth. Exhib...

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. — 27 July 1881

(3) ASTORIA, OREGON: "WEDNESDAY JULY 'J.7, 1SS1 ISSUED EVERY MORNING. (Monday Kxcoitoll. I. :. iri'luuit, Editor niul I'roprJi-lor Axfonan limldhuj, Cass Street. Terms of Subscription : served by Currier, por week..........25 Cent ient by mall, four iaonths.............SH (0 ibnt by mail, one year f0 Free of Postage to Subscriber. a-g" Advertisements inserted by the year at the rate of SI 50 nor square per month. Transient advertising, by the day or week, Sfty cents ior siuarofor each insertion. Tin Wirltly .Isioriaii Is n mammoth sheet, nearly double tliKsizcof the Daily. It is jut the pa per for the firesidCjVontaining in addi tion to nil Hit current news, choice mis cellany, agricultural matter, market ic portii, etc. It is lurimhert to single ub .seribeis at S2 00 per year in advance. E?A limited number of small adcr liseinents inserted at established rates. TIiEOIT. Tiik Dai ia Astokian trill he htnt by mall alia cent a month. frecaf ixmlayc. Head er who contein)datf tilncnce f...

Publication Title: Daily Astorian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 27 July 1881

H) mmmmammm&M&miKSimMaaukimmmmmmaemmmsM . .. . .,, - -re..., -..- g&e Sails gstezinvu ASTORIA. OREGOS: WEDNESDAY. JULY 27, 1SS1 ABtoria Lodge Ho. 40, L O. G. T. Regular Meeting ovory Tuesday Evenin? at7V4 o'clock, at Good Templar's Hall, Cbe namus Street, A3toria, ovor C. L. Parker's Store Members of tho Order, in sood etand nr.aro id vitod to attend. Degree uieotinp 1st Monday each month. By order W.CT. Temple LiOdge. No. 7. A. F. A. M. Regular Communications first and third Saturdays in each month, at 74 t, ciock. p. ., at me nan in -isuina. Members of the Order, in pood standing, are invited to attend. By erdc: of tho W. M. Beaver LocHjo No. 35. L O. O. P. Meet every Tnursuay evening. ; at S o'clock, in the Odd Fel- Iaw'i Hiill cfir of Piwi nn J Che- .. . . - namusEtreets. Astoria. Mombersof the Order are invited to attend. By order, i. . Common CounciL Regular meetings socond and fourth Tues day evenings of each month, at 74 o'clock 83$" Persons desiring to havo matt...

Publication Title: Daily Astorian, The
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Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 28 July 1881

aV2T - "V i 4 Ik- UJ ;W avir v" .-.r. . iia ' U" IP ' L- 'r, I -s- ft , r?-r Vfc S " - -ST - i CO Tf spi0j0iirti' Astoria, Oregon, Thursday Morning, July 28, 1881. No. 75. Vol. xv. W7:, 1 i MM -t j- THE COMMERCIAL 1TLSE. coxniriox or ttu: sax frax- VISCO AXD OTI1 :? MA liKE'PS. (REVIEW OP THE PROSI'lUTS 01" Dl'l'l' WATER NAVIGATION A'l CAL- VILSTON. UV .MAH. AMTKl.KORt'ir. Sau FmurUro. Choice milliiur wheat w in ad vance of quotations. Tlie past week has been unusually dull, and there is nothing that palls for special mention. Dealers appear to. be confident of a ieival of business soon, as there is more lone to the KiuHish markets. Oats are saleable at quotations, but the market is quiet and weak. Wool is in nominal demand at quotations. The best fanev grades are held at ?,0t 31 c. $ lb. Hides to command prices must be well handled. The new steam collier AVillamet arrived July 20th from Seattle with coal. She is the first of the fleet of eellieis of the Oregon Improvement company, ...

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

11 VL w s C). jg1c nil3 tolim. ASTORIA- OREGON: THURSDAY. JULYiK, 1SSI B.C. IRELAND Editor. Condition of the PresMent. Another operation was perform ed on the President br Dr.Agncw Tuesday morning, and a piece of the fractured eleventh rib, and one or two small pieces of splin tered bone cut away, the opera tions being made through the in cision cut Saturday. Unfavorable symptoms, Monday night and Tuesday morning, are said to be due to irritation by particles of bone in the wound. Ex-Surgeon General Hamilton told a Herald reporter Monday night that cer tainty the President has not had the best talent and treatment available. Bliss is probably a very fair surgeon, but Barnes has not seen a shot-gun wound since the Mexican war, and as to Wood ward, he has probably never seen one in his life. Wales was the best man they had, and he was dismissed by Bliss. The surgeons have never made search for the bullet, which was the very first thing they ought to have done, and they have never made...

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

f t mfjw ) f f3 glue giiittrj storlan ASTORIA, OREGON: THURSDAY ...JULY S. ISSt ISSUED EVERY MORNING. Mondar Excepted). It. ('. Irclaud, Editor mill Proprietor Adortan Buildhn, Caxs Street. Terms of Subscription : served by Carrier, per woek.............25 Cents Sent by mail. founnofithB......M...........JS 00 mi by mail, one year. ................... 9 W Free of PoxIuko to Subscribers. sis" Advertisement inserted by the year at the rate of SI l per square per month. Transient advertising, by the day or week, fifty cents per square for each insertion. The Werltlj .isloriuu l- si iiiannnoth Iiccl, nearly double Hit' .size of the Daily. Jt is just the pa per for the fiicsidc. containing in audi tion to all the current news, choice mis cellany, agricultural matter, market re portable. It is furnished to single siib seiibei at s2 00 per j ear in advance. 1&A limited immoer of small adver tisements insetted at established rates. THEC1TY. THK DAIIA .VTOKIAA Will J 'Ut by matlafiri cjw...

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

t? .'A C1) ? fefl givs gnilu stxttSaax ASTORIA. OREGOS: THURSDAY. .JULY 2S, 1881 Astoria L.odgo Wo. 40. L O. G. T. Regular MoctinK every Tuosday Evening at7Vi o'clock, at Good Toinplur'4 Hall. Cho namus Strcot, Astoria, over C. L. Parker's Store Members of the Order, in goodstand nif, aro Invited to attend. Decree meetinjr 1st Monday each month. By order W. C. T. Temple LiOdEre. No. 7. A. F. A. M. Regular Communications first and third Saturdays in each month. atTVi o'clock, p. v.. at the iiall in Astoria. Members of the Order, in good standing, are invited to attend. By ordet of the A . M. Beaver JjOdare No. 35. 1. 0. O. P. Meet every Thursday evening, at 8 o'clock, in the Vila el- -ytS. lOTT'S UUlI.CUr. OI W3 auu vuo- namus streets. Astoria. Membersof the Order are invited to attend. By order. N.ii, Common CounciL Regular meetings second and fourth Tues day evenings of each month, at 7l4 o'clock 83" Persons desiring to have matters acted upon by the Council, atanyrcgulur meeting m...

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. — 29 July 1881

t' 5i.- ! r Vol. xv. Astoria. Oregon. Friday Morning, July 29, 1881. No. 76. THE JMtOGRESSlVE SIM HIT. XEW 1'ORK CITY TO HE VOX XECTED WITH THE BAL ANCE OF AMERICA. PLANS I'el: DOCKS FOR SUITS VXD OARS. Tltr World. 'Inly Utl. Miljx Merlin;: Car. The books of subscription to the capital stock of the connecting railroad anil warehouse construc tion company were opened last Monday at the office of McDow ell Bros. & Co.Nos. Tt and 7 Court landt street, and last evening over '2,OQO,000 of the 4,000,000 capi tal authorized had been subscribed. The plan of the company is to provide such facilities that the commerce of New York by vessels aud 13' railroads can be brought together at a point where all ships can discharge and load their car goes and most of the railroads will converge. Fr so much of the merchandise as shall not pass im mediately from thecars to the ves sels, or vice versa, the company in tends to provide warehouses, in which it can remain while waiting a market. Mr. 1ui. ...

Publication Title: Daily Astorian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 29 July 1881

"&'?&&$ M - C1) , ' ilu JJiiila iASvarcintu ASTORIA. OREGON: FRIDAY JULY 21), 1881 B.C. IRELAND. Editor. Condition of the .President. Again the Presidents condition shows decided improvement- The alarm of the past two or three days, based on apprehensions otj most serious consequences from his relapse, appears to have sub sided, or at least to have given way to the impression that there is no immediate danger. Every one must see, however, that the Presidents condition is .till a most critical one. The Mexican Horror. Details of the Morelos railway casualty in Mexico are at hand in correspondence. A gentleman who escaped from the wreck of the first car said to the correspendent: Dantes description of hell conveys but a faint idea of the horrors I wit nessed. The thunder-peals seemed to me like the voice of an inexor able fate. The fortunes of that doomed mass of human beings were made so distinct, first by the flames of the alcohol, and afterwards bv "the flashes of light...

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. — 29 July 1881

y , ij 'A-Hilta."'" P) Hic JiaxTB 2ste.Im, ASTORIA, OREGON: FRIDAY... .JULY :. 18S1 ISSUED EVERY MORNING. (Monday Excortwi. I. . Ireland, I'ditor aud Proprietor AxUtrian Building, Cass Sired. Terms of Subscription ; -lorvotl by Carrier, per woek 2.1 Cents ont by mail, four months...... .........sR 00 ont by mail, one yonr... ........... 9 00 Free of Po-iaco to 5ubcribers. A dvertiseinents inserted by tho yenr t tho rate of $1 ."cj per square per month. rrnnsient advertising, by the day or week, fifty centiiersiuaro for each insertion. Thr Weekly Aotri:tu Is a niainmnlli sheet, ncarl. double, tin size of Hie Daily. It is jtiil the pa per for the u,residc,Youtainin' in addi tion to all the curt ent ev-. choiee nii.- cell.iny. agricultural matter, market re ports, ete. It is inruKlied to single Mih- sennets at u (K) per j ear in advanee. :-?A limited numoer of small adver tisenient-s inserted at established rate THEJOITY. Tiik Duly asiokian mil Ur ettt bi mtulat TTi cent a inonth.jnr.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. — 29 July 1881

1S!S Ms: V; f.. isab (f IV -!j ghs iiHj tfcimu ASTOBIA. OREGON: PBIDAY JUIA 29. 1881 Astoria Lodge No. 40. L O. G. T. Regular Mooting ovory Tuesday Evcnin? at7J4 o'clock, at Good Tcaiplar'a Hall, Che namus Street, Astoria, over C. L. Parker's Store Mombers of the Order, in soodstand nc, are invited to attend. Degroo o rnLost nTT s ' s Monday each lnonttt. JJ7 oruor Temple Lodge, No. 7, A. Uftfvtiln,. Pnmmnnifitinnt fir tSirIRnh(rilnv in Anh month. aT o'clock, p.m., at the Hall in Astoria Members of the Order, in good standin?. are invited to attend, uy erae: oi tno W.ftl. Beaver Locfcre No. 35, L O. O. P. Meet every Thursday evonin. 2SaPs at 8 o'clock, in the Odd 1V1-"SKSe? low's Ilall. cor. of Caw and Che- "" nainuB streets, Astoria. Members of the Order are invited to attend. By order. J. tl. Common CounciL Regular meetings econd and fourth Tues day evenings of each month, at 71- o'clock esr Persons desiring to havo matters acted uionby the Council, atany regular meeting must ire3...

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. — 30 July 1881

CO sT,. r ' - Vol. xv. Astoria. Oregon. Saturdav Morning, July 30, 1881. No. 77. JUififltlll gtimftit. ABOUT PUBLIC LANDS. THE WAY TO Gi' 1 FARM OF ELEVEX JIVXDJiED AXD TWEXTY ACHES. JUDICIOUS TAXATION THE RKST MEAN'S OP BREAKING UT CHEAT ESTATES. Thomas Donaldson contributes an article to the August number of the North American Review, in which many facts of importance are given. The public domain of the United States acquired b.y treaty from France, Spain, Mexico, Texas and Russia amounts to 2,S94,33a.91 square miles. From which it appears that the old Saxon spirit of land acquisition has had full play in this counUy, and at a time, too, when there was a vast domain within the original bounda ries which was unoccupied. The land thus acquired from foreign sources amounts in round numbers to 1,852,310,000 acres, and it cost the government no less than 322, 000,000, of which sum it has re ceived back 200.000,000 for land sold, leaving a difference between receipts and expenditures fo...

Publication Title: Daily Astorian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 30 July 1881

z itjTu jgnihj stovtaj ASTORIA- OREGON: SATURDAY JULY . C. IKELAM) .Editor. Tlie Oregon Monopoly. Discussing the scheme set forth by Mr. Villard in his remarks at a meeting of representative men at St. Paul a few (las ago, which is much the largest in its scope of any yet attempted in the history of railroad undertakings, embracing, as it does, a through line from the great lakes to the Pacific ocean, supported by an extra system of branches throughout Oregon,"Wash ington, Idaho, Montana, Dakota and Minnesota, and extending northward into the British terri tory, taking in the entire North ern Pacific scheme; and proposing to extend it till the main line and branches penetrate all parts of the vast country which can be devel oped by the system; embracing all that was originally mapped for the Oregon Railway and Navigation company, with the addition of lit eral lines and branches; and finally, including the Oregon and Califor nia company with its western Ore gon roads and their extens...

Publication Title: Daily Astorian, The
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