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

m . glic hnlB storlan, ASTORIA, OREGON: SATURDAY JULY 30. 1SS1 ISSUED EVERY MORNING. (Monday Excepted). to. V. Ireland, I'llltor and Proprietor .i.itorwn Jhitidmy, Cass Street. Terms of Subscription : :eivod by Carrier, iror week. ....25 Cents Sent by mail. fouriaonths........ .....Sfl 00 ent by mail, one year...................... 9 00 Freo of Postaee to Subscriber. S Advertisements inserted by the year at the rate of SI Tk) ier square per month. Transient advertising, by the day or week, fifty cents per square for each insertion. The WccMj Astorinn Is a mammoth shout, nearly double the s"r.e of the Daily. It is just the pa per for the firesidc-,tnntnimng in audi tion to all the curient new., choiee mis cellany, ariculturttl matter, market re ports, etc. It is furnished to single sub scribers at .?2 00 per year in advance. 3f"A limited numoerof Mtmll adver tisements inserted at established rates. THEOITY. Tiik Daily atokia" Kill "" t-rut Uy maiUil7ccHl a month, free of jxHtagc. Hea...

Publication Title: Daily Astorian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 30 July 1881

w If If i gft Bil3 Stomt. ADVERTISEMENTS. ASTORIA. OREGON: SATURDAY.. ..JULY SO, 11 - COMMERGEAHD TRADE. PORT OF ASTORIA. SAILED. Orecon 88. 2335 tons. Fohlm&n. S F July i7 Portland, bkt. Gage S F July 21 Columbia, sa. 2721 toss Bo'.les S F. July 22 Kate and Anna. steam sell. 22 tone, I.utjeng. Grays Harbor July 22 W H Besse. bk. 1027 tons. Barker. PaRet-sound. July 19 City of Quebec br bk 700 tons Liverpool. July 17 ARRIVALS FROM SEA. Rival, bk. 299 tons. Adams. S. K. July 2S Carrie "VYinslov. bk. 911 tons. Philadelphia. July IS State ol California, s. 2200 tons. Debney, S K July 27 Shubriek. U S Light-house str. I'rerson. cruiso. July is North Bend bkt S7U tons Merryman. S V July 11 Taunton, br sh. ts ton. Harney. fa IIoneLong. July c N'.Boj-nton. bk. 1003 tons Mason llonckonx. J une 4 Clenperis. br bk. 101 ton. Cape of Good-hope. July z Kate Iaenport. sh. 1241 tons. Mallei) K Y .1 une 30 Sidlaw. ltr bk it tons Mctilashati Middleboroncli June 2H Kmpire. ship. 1132 tn. Leckie. ...

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. — 31 July 1881

i -H?- v. -- Vol. xv. Astoria, Oregon, Sunday Morning, July 31, 1881 3To. 78. i Pftilg to?m : UtVICE TO Yd'. Must 1 do ns ou doV Your way, I a ery good way : aud, still, Tlterr are sometimes two straight roud6 to a town. Owe over, and one under the hill. You are treading the safe aud well-w orn way That the prudent choose each time, And you think mc reckless and rash to-day Because I prefer to climb. Your path is the right one. and so is mine. We are not like peas in a pod, Gompolled to lie in a certain line. Or else he scattered abroad. Twere a dull old world, methiuks, my friend. If we all went just one way. Yet our paths will meet no doubt at the tmd, Though they lead apart to-day. You tako the shade aud I take the swu ; You take an even pace ; I like to mix with the strong, and ran. And then rest, after the race. I take danger and storm and strife ; You take a peaceful time. , 1 take the passion and surge of life : You take its gentle rhyme. You take buttercups, dewy .sweet. And...

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. — 31 July 1881

J C2) SJTxc .Dnolg stcvsaju ASTORIA. OREGON : But very few people, when they see the bamboo growing in the luxurious gardens of Mr. S. Gr. Reed and. otliqrs in Portland, will give the matter more than a pass ing thought, but there is in it very much for suggestive ideas. When we look upon a stalk of bamboo, growing in Oregon, we at once think of that distinguished Ore nian, Judge O. N. Denny, who was transplanted a few years since in China, and we are reminded of the very many and great advantages he has proven to be to China, and o the favors he has extended to his own beloved Oregon. The ex periment of growing the bamboo in Oregon is of course an experi ment, but as Cap. Humphreys would remark: "We begin to experienced that we must ex perience;" as we look upon it. Then again to quoto the Albany Senator (not Conkling nor Piatt), with reference to Asteria: AC It is the longest town I ever saw." So with the bamboo, it is the tallest of grasses. We would not bamboo zle anybody by ref...

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. — 31 July 1881

to give xlB stcrciau, ASTORIA, OREGON: SUNDAY. JULY 31, 1881 ISSUED EVERY MORNING. (Monday Excepted). II. C. Ireland, Editor mid Proprietor Astorian Building, l7cus Street. Terms of Subscription : aerved by Carrier, per wcok...........25 Cents sent by mail, four months 53 00 Jent by mail, one year.... .....-... .......... 9 00 Free of Postaco to Subscribers. WTAdvertisomcnta inserted by the year at the ratfl of SI 50 per square ier month. Iransient advertising, by the day or week, fifty cents per square for each insertion. Tlic Wcckl Asloriau Is a mammoth sheet, neatly double the size of the Daily. It is just the pa per for the fireside, containing in addi tion to all the current news, choice mis cellany, agricultural matter, market re ports, etc. It is furnished to single sub scribers at S2 00 per year in advance. C2HA limited numoerof small adver tisements inserted at established rales. THEOITY. The Daily astouian trill he hen! by aiallaffli cent a month, free of postage. Head er ...

Publication Title: Daily Astorian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 31 July 1881

b-Wl V . ajase : K' . ii n ni J W ww' - .im m" 'rs m -,ii V '" '' ? .A.M. "rst TH 'onth. atfc Wk.. tut, in Astoria. rs of the Order, in Reed standing, are attend. Byordeiofthe W.M. leaver loiJ?e No. 35. 1. 0. O. P. Meet every Thursday evening. 4iPfcfc at 8 o'clock, in the Odd i el- sSf? low's Hall. cor. of Cass and Cho- "" namus streets, Astoria. Mem hers of the Order are invited to attend. By order. N. U, Common Council. Regular taootings second and fourth Tues day evenings of each month, at 7 o'clock 3Porsons desiring to have matters acted uponJjy the Council, at any regular meeting nor its regular meetings. R. II. CARWELL. Auditor and Clerk. ..WA gooff advertiser particularly put3 his show-windows into the news paper. 3?-Most people "tate a look at the advertisements." If they read those of pother people, why will they not see yours ? sJrls costs less to print advertise ments than to send out salesmen. A good advertisement is seen aim read by more people in one day. than niObt sa...

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

en t-'gaarara i m i,iihii,iihiijxj 1 XiSTJRil' a:ii K033"ffQ.AIKtVPP T3jftt0 F zlSihbkl nS(0tu3 rns SB I im yx ,T10 ... . . TACKiriTA' A I! ,i J389T00 YAfl 8IHT I " t (" 04 XTL 's.b. r.rtBtojTrTxJsg irf?B cnB 8 mB J W I I R II "jTTH 'Jc.'yivaf aTj. f" STSF j J& r XT J J y"'vulv"r' ,"'' iz&jjsmm . ar i 1 '! .) r, o 'I ,.f W V 4 .SCBrol.'Tv TK.- ii PI103L THE FAR ORTH." "'71111. ' iO f"H.ikr A-TV7I ; . . V. . j ht p-.iK CRUISi: OK'TIfE CORWIN it I ?or a The. American whale bailc Le-iatT'eifaer,Capt,:Fisliet,coinmand-iilg, ' briiigs -news of 'Corwin and hePmoVerneiitsj'furnished by ('apt. Hooper' df'tlfe latter vessel. Caph Hoopersnid lie intended hurrying on to- the hew coal 'mines discov eredftqlong Hhe; TArctunqqean, just north of Uane Lisburne and iubl below Cape Sabine, whe: e he in- tended Coaling lite ship, as he had i Hooks of ducks extending many done twice before.' This coal is r miles in length, the Corwin again easiKyninedandihe coal-seams j steered northward foi 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. — 1 October 1881

o; gfte atta stefcrn. ASTORIA. OREGON: SATURDAY OCT. 1, 18B1 J. F. HALLORAX Editor. Salutatory. In assuming charge of Tiik As touian we desire first to express our thanks for the congratulations and expressions of good will with which we have been favored, and hope that none of our friends will ever have reason to utter contrary expressions. Tt is our intention to edit a newspaper, a reflex of the great and busy world in which we live, and to that end shall endeavor to gain and hold the good wishes and esteem of the entire commu nity. The Astoiiian shall be inde pendent in what we deem the true sense of the word. It shall have ati opinion on all points within the jurisdiction of a newspaper, shall hold to what it believes to bs right, and shall answer all ob jections by slating the truth as it appears to us. It shall, as far as possible, avoid all personali- lies, shall try to be- just, and shall le always willing to concede to nthers the consistency that it claims for itself. "We d...

Publication Title: Daily Astorian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 1 October 1881

0) 'glx gaiTu stoiatt. ASTORIA, OREGON: SATURDAY - .OCT. 1, 1S81 ISSUED EVERY MORNING. (Monday Excepted), J. F. HALLORAN & COMPANY, EWTOISS ANI I'KOI'IMKTOn. Axturtan JJuUdlug, Cass Street. Terms of Subscription : iervod by Carrier, per ivcok... ..2j Cents Sent by mail, four months...... ........S 00 Sent by mail, cno year.....-. . TO Free of Postnso to Subscribers. f&r Advertisements inserted by the year ct he rate of Sl.V) per square per month. Transient advertising, by the day or week, afty cent" per square for each insertion. Th WcpKIj' Atforian Is a mammoth sheet, nearly double the .size of the Daily. It is just the pa per for the liresitle, eontainint in aihli tiontoall the. current new.s, choice mis cellany, ajricultunil matter, market re poits, etc. It in furnished to single sub scribers at S2 00 per year in advance. l-$TA. limited numner of small adver tisements inserted at established rates. THECITY. Tub Daily astokian will he xat J$v matlal"iccnte a month, frecof ...

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. — 1 October 1881

C1J tt 4f tto inrn ?$ RiiT5t0r 1 WftgfMiffiigES. MISCELgAEOUS. i kJLXJLJLvky. v7".JL rili-lU k9XVXkl-X. UiklJUUil. SATURDAY. tJClBSlfrtWocs value 187,43 COMMERCE AtffUlfe0'1 m AAPrn --ni ACTTkT?TA iSTO ouepsaiOEevsoeffiM jjeooaA HEADY FOR SKA. Nairnshire, Br bV, 1706 tons, Jfiven Qceenstoirn septal Is'iol'l f(h t Malanctlion. bkt, 29S tons Hanson S r Sept 23 Zamora br bk 1180 tons. Liverpool. Sept 27 Oregon as. 2235. tons. Pohlman. S F Sept 23 Los Aneftfiyr. ifctta CrfiAiqSeptrt 'J Palmyra, sh. i0 tons MhioT "Liverpool Sept 22" -i Portland, bkt. Gace S r Sept 22 Henry S Sand ford, sh. Hi9 tons, Sleeper, Havre Kept 21 iii8saas2cfcSiiii3saaii'..u::iiix.v i j-y.n-ty )n- bkJgS. i'tfjJeNejjjealflnd. AnLrirkJs 6RJ-orbesuiL)lSu ept. ndPokbr. Ir bfrlE 958 tcfis. Tjec Qpeestgvn. 4JRJII rA,S FROM SEA. Uoiumbie. ss. 2721 tons Hollos. ST. Sept 30 Sept 29 Doxford. br bk. (B2 tons. McDonald, Liverpool CHrolOtS- Alpha, sell. Starr. Tillamook lAy.-(it .2 City of York. brsh. Adelaide, Sept 23 ;Jaran...

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

-t ' t- - r -a .j, &3 ,. rt :cJAR .'JkK rt. JO ' t j- - 4i& -' -.,fn - J i -? .e Vol. XVI. Astoria, Oregon. Sunday Morning, October 2, 1881. No'; si. . JLsf" - . "'. . . '. Tl). :; -.srt" "- '" ' - - 'SET. - "-!-'" - " V - Hftili J THE SXAKE .D&XCE. DIVERSIONS OF THE MOQUIS First Lieut. Bourke, of the Thud Cavalry, U. S. Army, Aide-de-camp to Gen. Crook, was one of the officers selected by Lieut. Gen. Sheridan, some months since, to make "lvestiga tions into the habits, etc.. of the IndiSfiJB living within or contigu ous to the Military Division of the Missouri. The district as signed "to Lieut. Bourke was the southern half of the division, the northern portion being allotted to Capt. "W. P. Clarke, of the Second Cavalry. Bourke has penetrated into a"country never before trav ersed by. a white man, and has written to Gen. Sheridan a long letter, which contains a graphic account of a Curlouft ami llorrible Religion C'erc- : . . . , xuouy . . Among the remote and almost un...

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

p) ?' PTyo SasrfTw cri UXXSn. 4 -, &- , Is ASTORIA-OREGON SUNDAY OCT t f DO. -i ioox I an J. F. HAX.MRAX...... Business Notice. All accounts due this office prior "to September 30, 1881, are pa .yable to Mr. D. C. Ireland. By pe. rson&J effort and desire to please, tb e un dersigned hope to merit the same, meed of business patronage sp, liberally accorded to our pr$d-J cessor. J. F, Halloed & Qr Snnday Thgn V ' Though it is neither nor our purpose'' , , m ' our province io furnish the - .Astokiax with on sacred matters. any homilies " yet the re restwsu that t sou" ! jurrence of this day of gestive of a few thoughts nay not be amiss. The gc .id of church going bells con- antly recalls to the mind the ut terances of the man-God which are as fresh in their utterance and as sublime in their teachings as when amid Judean hills they fell from His lips- eighteen centuries ago. True religion, the religion of every day life, need not be confounded with the din and cant that some...

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. — 2 October 1881

. & . , m- glw ians statfira, ASTORIA, OREGON: SUNDAY OCT. 2, J881 ISSUED EVERY MORNING. (Monday Excopted). J. F. HALLORAN & COMPANY, Editors and Pkoitjietobs. Astorian Building, Cass Street. Terms of Subscription : served by Carrier, per week.....25 Ccnta Sent by mail, four months...... ..S3 00 3ent by mail, one year- .. 9 00 Free of Postace to Subscribers. r Advertisements inserted by the year at the rate of SI 50 per square per month. Transient advertising, by the day or week, fifty cents per square for each insertion. The Weekly Astorian Is a mammoth sheet nearlv double the size of the Daily. It is just the pa per iur me uresiae, containing in addi tion to all the current news, choice mis cellany, agricultural matter, market re ports, etc. It is furnished to single sub scribers at S2 00 per year in advance. 2"A limited numoer of small adver tisements inserted at established rates. THE CITY. Tub Daily astouiax trill 7m: nif hu nuzil at 75 cent a montli.frccof po&tage....

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. — 2 October 1881

CD Sj "JM gfte SaiXu Qstextevu ASTORIA. OREGON: SUNDAY.. .OCT. 2, 1881 COMMERCE AND TRADE. . .i. '. POUT OF ASTORIA. READY FOR SEA. Kainmliire." Br'blr. 1706 tons, N'iven Queenatotra SrptST SAILED HeUnc'.Con. bkt. 295 tons Manson S KSepttt "Zimor br.bkllSO torn, Lrrerpool, SeptS? V&ocouTer. br bfc. M5J tons. Qaeensiovru, Sept 27. CoroallU tr Jk. 221 toa Davis. Queeajtowa. Seat 36' ' T Ort Eon . '22ZS tons. PobTtaaa. S F Sept 5 Los Angeles, str. Sitka Carroll. Sept 23 Palmyra, ah. :0 tons Minot Liverpool Spt22 Portland, bkt. Gaga S F Sept 22 Henry S Sandford, sfa. 1159 tons, blecpar, Uarr Sept 21 , Francis AJice. sch.S F Sept 20 Loweswater? br bk COS tons. Lewis New Zealand. SeptjlS -Ancle FKrbrg sch Forbes. Honolulu Sept 15. Jane Porter.' br bark. 853 tons. lies;. Qaeertowa. Sept 12 lEmily Stephens, scb, Forbes. Yaquina Sspt 10 ARRIVALS FRO it SEA. Columbia, m. 2721 tons Bolles. S F. Sept 59 Temple Bar br bk 893 tons Bio Sept 20 Lanarkshire, brsh 791 tons. Lirinustone. Leruka, -...

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. — 4 October 1881

- &4 03 3 xmn sfK.i .w;' If. 4 .-! a y- r0l. XYI. Astoria, Oregon. Tuesday Morning, October 4, 18,81. 5R. 3. X fX I . pftita ANCIENT AMERICA. . It isn't very reassuring, says the correspondent of a California ex- change, as one steps of the cars at J a frontier town, to stumble against I a man whose belt consists of a . l double row of cartridges, with a . brace of pistols buclcled on the I outside, and whose hat-band is the ' dried skin of a rattlesnake. One recalls with trepidation all that he has read in the newspapers about cow-boys and border ruffians gen erally and almost decides to return to the train before it is too late. But a single glance is sufficient to prove that this warlike-looking in dividual is probably a demented exception in an orderbj and thriv ing town. For the Albuquerque fat which the cars stop is a bustling place. There are two Albuquerques, you must know, the parent and child, "umbillically connected bj' a horse railroad. This younger strip ling is les...

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. — 4 October 1881

S -, glxc SaiXg Qstixlnn. ASTORIA, OREGON: TUESDAY ......OCT. 4, 1881 J. F. HAIXORAX. ...Editor. Across the Hirer. The message of Governor New ell to, the "Washington territory leg islature makes a very fair showing. The Governor states the balance in the treasury on the 1st inst. to be 322,000, and estimates the sur plus for the ensuing fiscal year at $30,000. . Concerning navigation, he says: "The report of the board of pilot commissioners for the Co lumbia river and bar presents a satisfactory reference to the man ner in which Washington pilots discharge their important duties. They have the confidence of ship masters and maintain, a full share of the river pilotage. Conflicting interests have at times excited con troversy with Oregon pilots, but the wisdom of establishing the board, and of issuing Washington branches, is fully established by the success which attends our pi lots, and the benefits which inure to the commerce of the Columbia. The present pilot laws, relating to Pu...

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. — 4 October 1881

in glxz )nttB statfarcu ASTORIA, OREGON: TUESDAY OCT. 4, 1SSI ISSUED EVERY MORNING. (Monday Exceitodt. J. P. HATiIiOBAN & COMPANY, Editoks and Proit.iktoiis. Axtonan Building, Cass Strcti. Terms of Subscription : served by Carrier, per roek............... ,2j Cents sn oo 9 OO Sent by mail, four months.................... ent by mail. &no year..t........... Free of Po.taKc to Subscribers. odS Advertisements inserted by the year at tho rato of SI 50 persanare per month. Transient advertising, by tho day or weok, afty cents per square for each insertion. Tlic Weekly Aslonau Is rt mammoth sheet, nearlv double the size of t lie Daily. It is just the va perforthe fireside, containing in addi tion to all the current news, choice mis cellany, agricultural matter, market re lorLs, etc. Jt is iumished to single sub scribers at $2 00 per year in advance. jSf A limited nmnoer of small adver tisements inserted at established rate. TliEGIT. ' TK Daily Astomax will hr r-ent hy inailatl&...

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. — 4 October 1881

en r v t '- gtxs ailaj sforbra. ASTORIA. OREGON: TUESDAY- OCT. 4, 1881 . & COMMERCE AND TRADE. PORT OF ASTORIA. SAILED. Nairnshire, Oct. 3. Br bV. 1706 tout. Niren QuecDistown Kate 1. Davenport. sh. 1243 tons. Mallett t Melbourne uct. 3. I Molanctboa! bit. 293 tons Maniod S F Sept 23 Zamora br bk 1130 tons, Liverpool, Sept 27 Vancouver, br bfc. IM3 tons, Qaeeast own. Sept 2 CoronllU br bfc. 5Jt tons. Davit, Qneenstowpi Oregon ss. 2233 tons. Pohlman. S F Sept 23 Los Angeles. tr. Sitka Carroll, Sept 25 Paltnvra. sh. lSK) tons ilinot Liverpool Sept 22 Portland. Mel. Ge SF Sept 22 Henry H Sand ford. sh. 11-19 tons. Sleeper, Havre ' -Sept 21 (f Francis Alice, sch. S F Sept 20 ..Lowes ater. br bk COS tons. Lewis New Zealand. Sept 19 .. i Annie F BrijtKB sch Forbes. Honolulu Sept IS. .lane Porter, br bark, S'J Ions, Legg. Queestown, Sept 12 Kinily Stephens, sell. Forbes. Yaquina Sspt 16 ARRIVALS FROM SEA. o Umatilla, ss. 3000 tons. Worth. N Y Oct, 2 -.Columbia, ss. 2721 tons Bolles. SF...

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. — 5 October 1881

o- TK -& ?? - ,' 'N r .TT ? Vol. XYI. Astoria, Oregon, Wednesday iVloriiiiig. October 5, LS8L HTo. :4.'.r' of k$ "W" 41 111 1511 J1 W x? JUI AX ANTIQUE CRAZE. "We do considerable trade in June and July," said a dealer to a reporter of the New 1'ork Sun. "People often come in from the watering-places to get the first chance at any good things we may have discovered at the May auc tions. It takes us some time to patch tli em up to suit the market. Yes, there is always a certain de mand for those worm-eaten but pathetic relics of the infancy of the republic. We sell to many nice people who have a taste for the ancient and honorable in furni ture, and then we have another class who buy freely and pay high prices. T refer to the newly rich. During the past ten years many of them have taken a kind of dislike to the word '.shoddy;' they have found out what it mean;-, you &ee. As a consequence, there arises a regard for the 'old antique," as they call it, which increases our yales a...

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. — 5 October 1881

t2 ummjj ll-wi gfte gniltj siircijro. ASTORIA, OREGON: WEDNESDAY.... OCT. 5, 18SI .1. F. HALLO KAX .Editor. Jfo OccasIOB. Amid the sounding symphony of national grief that has arisen from the hearts of the people is heard an occasional note of despair, a regret that such things can be, a fear that popular liberty is, after all, a failure. For this no occasion exists. The eqipeising: force of moral culture and mental mastery will hold in check any turbulent effort of the evil disposed to re strict or retard the march to the jnillenium. It was the boast of the greatest of the Ciesars that he found Rome built of mud and left it built of marble. Thus tersely did the great Imperator express the material improvement in the world's center which his proud reign had witnessed. Yet, though the pen of the poet and the chisel of the sculptor pro claimed his munificence and per petuated his glory, the downfall of that period of civilization then be gan, for then it was that brutaliz ing forces f...

Publication Title: Daily Astorian, The
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