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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 5 October 1881

ft glis $ stoxjgn. ASTORIA, OREGON: "WEDNESDAY OCT. 3, 18S1 ISSUED EVERY MORNING. (Monday Excepted). J. P. HALLORAN & COMPANY, Cditoi:s am PjroririKTOiiN. Arforum Building, Cass street. Terms of Subscription : . servod by Carrier, per week.............2 CosU eatby mail, four months..... .. .-1 OD ent by mail, one year........ .........- W) Free of Postaee tp Subscriber?. oar Advertisements inserted by the year at the rate of SI ."0 per square per month. Transient advertising, by the day or week, lifty cents per square for each insertion. The Weekly Astorian Is a. mammoth sheet, nearly double the size of the D.iilv. It is iust the pa per for the fireside, containing in audi tion to all the current news, choice mis cellany, agricultural matter, market re ports, etc. It is turnKhed to single sub scribers at:2 00 per year m advance j'A limited nmnocr of small adver tisemenls inserted at established rate TIIEJ3ITY. I'hk Daii.v Astouian trill he reif hy mail ans cent a month, free of ...

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. — 5 October 1881

u WMMWMBWMMMM'MI"IM""'WM1 gto f il ktfsfcm. ASTORIA. OREGON: WEDNESDAY OCT. 5. 1881 COMMEROEAHD TRADE. PORT OF ASTORIA. SAILED. Kainifeliire. Br bV. 170G tons. Ni?en Queauvtowu Oct. 3. Kte 1 U&venport. sh. 123 toni. Mallett Melbourne Oct. 3. MeUnotnon. LJct, 2jS tons Maoon S F 8ept 23 ZMaora br bV 11S0 tons. laverpool. Sept ft Vtncouver.br bk. 1053 tons. Queecstown. Sept 27. OoTonllla br bk. 5J1 toss. Davis. Queeastown. Sept 26 Oregon as. 2S3S tons. Poblman. S F Sept 25 Los Angeles. str. RitVa Carroll. Sept 25 Palmyra, sh. i20 tons Minot Liverpool Sept 22 Portland. bU. Giro S F Sept 22 Henry HSandford, sh. 11S9 tons, bleeper. Havre Sept 21 Francis Alice, sch. S P SeptSO Loweswater. br bk BC3 tons. Lewis New Zealand. Sept 19 Annie F Briers sch Forbes, Honolulu Sept Li. .IanePorter.br bark. R53 torn. Leg?. Queestowc. Sept 12 ARRl VALS FROM SEA. California, sir. C74 tons. Carroll. S F Oct 8 Umatilla, ss, 31)00 tons. Worth. N Y Oct. 2 Colombia, ss. 2721 tons Bolles. SF. Sept 3D Temp...

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. — 6 October 1881

0) ..-f Oftfttlu 1 " . f ' I -J Yol. xvi. Astoria, Oregon; Thursday Morning, October. .(J, 1881 No. 5. lhe mufio . .STARTING A PAPER. STOUT" TTTTBOETT .A .UOiML. It was nearly twenty ears ago when Dan De Quille and Mark Twain attempted to start a paper in El Dorado Co., Cal. They took the type and material of their re cently defunct newspaper estab lishment in San Francisco, and, loading the stuff on a big wagon, struck out into the country to re trieve their fortune. They packed their type just as it st6od in the forms, tied up the articles with stout cord by a process well known to printers, and, packing them closely in boxes, vowed to estab lish a newspaper somewhere which would be the leading exponent of politics and history of the Pacific coast. Had not an unfortunate circumstance taken place it is evi dent that the newspaper which they contemplated founding would have been alive to-daj'. Their journey over the mountains was utterly uneventful until thev reached Simpson's Stati...

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. — 6 October 1881

0 ,m b;n. gfte Sails si'tttfaix. ASTORIA, OREGON: THURSDAY- OCT. C, 88l J. F. HALMKAX Editor. Wrangel Land. Under date of August lCtli3 John Muir, the celebrated scientist of this coast, writes from the Cor win off Point Barrow, that this new territory had been taken formal possession of in the name of the United States. This mysteri ous country has long been a prob lem to geographers. Sixty years ago, Admiral "Wrangel, of the Rus sian navy, cruised an entire sum mer looking for that icy continent, but unsuccessfully. In 1819, Keller, a German navigator, saw the land but could not get to it, but now since Capt. Hooper has succeeded in effecting a landing, it may be considered a part of our domain, though what practical good it is, would be hard to say. The land ing was effected in latitude 71 degrees; longitude 178 degrees. No trace of the Jeannette was . found, nor of any human inhabi tant. The beach was well tracked with polar bears, but none of the party could discover any sign o...

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. — 6 October 1881

w glxc gixiXu sUoftnu ASTORIA, OREGON THURSDAY OCT. 6, 18bl ISSUED EVERY MORNING. Monday Excepted), '. F. HALIiORAN & COMPANY, EDITOItS AND riSOI'KIETOltS. .Utunan Building, (Jtiss Street. Terms of Subscription : served by Carrier, per woofc .25 Cents Sent by mail, four months fi 00 'ent by mail, cne year.... ... ........-. 9 M ?rea of Po!taje to Subscribers. Advertisements inserted by the year at the rate of $1 59 per square per month. Transient advertising, by the day or week, flfty cents per square for each insertion. The Weekly Astnrinn Is a mammoth sheet, nearly double the size of the Daily. It is just the pa per for the fireside, containing in audi tion to all the current news, choice mis cellany, agricultural matter, market re ports, etc. Jt is lurnibhed to single sub scribers at S2 00 per year in advance. " ;3T"A limited numoer oX small adver tisements inserted at established rates. THECIT. Thk Daily astoiiian irifl he rnl by mail al75 cent a month, free of postage. Read...

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. — 6 October 1881

(1) :,r .If1 vr IIOT, .lV? lip;.-' fits, v t S&& 2i&I3 Qslsxtevu ASTORIA. OREGON: THURSDAY. OCT. C, 1881 COMMERCEWJD TRADE PORT OF ASTORIA. SAILED, Nairnshire. Br blc. 17M toaa, Nirea QneeBstown Oct 3. t f Kate LriHTenport- h. 12 torn. MaUett J Melbourne Oct. 3. KeUnctbon. bkt. 236 tons Maason S T Sept 23 Zamora br bkllSO.tont. Lireroool. SeDtZT yccouvor.ir bK.,H15S torn, QueetmownSjt27,i CoronUla br bk. 524 tons, Dans. Qastnstoiro.i Los Angeles, str. Sitla Carroll. Sept 25 Palmyra, sh. 150 toes Mlnot Llrerpool Sept 22 """ Portland. bVt. Gafce S F Sept 22 If fenry H S&Qdf ord, sb. 1159 tong, hie? per. Harre .Sept 21 Francis Alice, sch. S F Sept 20 v Lovrcswater, br blc G83 tons. Lewis New Zealand. Sept 19 ' Annie F Brijtes sell Forbs. Honolulu Sept 12. JaneForter.br bark, 9S tons, Ltgg. Queestown. hept 12 ARRIVALS FROM SEA. Oregon sb. 233S tons. Poblman. S F Oct 5 California, str. 674 tons. Carroll. S F Oct 2 Umatilla. ts.SOOO tons, "Worth, N Y Oct. 2 Columbia, as, 2...

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. — 7 October 1881

.'('3 jfTTl r "til r!3b J!P J JS' JUg 14 Ik Vol. XYI. Astoria, Oregon, Friday Morning, October 7. 1881 No. 6. it PUMsiiaiEST sum:. THE STAR ROUTE RIXG DOOMED. Thomas L. James was made Postmaster-General despite the Star Route Ring. iLs scheme was to have a subservient man ap pointed, with an ex-Police Com missioner of the city of New York as second assistant, .fames went in with the avowed purpose of cleaning out" the Department and of making it self-supporting. His experience in the New York Postoflice had convinced hhn that the department could not only he made to pay expenses, but to re- turn a revenue to the Govern-. incut. An examination ol the records in the contract ollice disclosed the operations of the Ring. The corruption through collusion with Federal oflicials was laid bare. Contractors who had tried to do business honestly hud been frozen out. It was clear that money had been paid for the awarding of the contracts. It was evident that the Sixth Auditor's e: r ,1. fP..,....

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. — 7 October 1881

w ASTORIA- OREGON: FRIDAY- OCT. 7, 1881 .1. 1'. IIALLORAV Editor. The ft'ortliern Pacific. The following is an abstract of the report of the company's opera tions for the year ending June 30, 1SS1. At .the close of the year the road operated by the company was as follews: Miles. From St. Paul to Sauk Rapid. .. t.k- From Sank Rapids to Brafnard Co FromDulutb to Bismarck. 450 From Casselton to Blanchard ... ta Pacific side, from Tacoma to Kalama ta From Tacoma to Wikeson S8 Total . .791 Of the above distance, the travel from- Casselton to Bismarck was opened on September 18, 18S0. In addition 311 miles were in op eration principally for construc tion earnings derived from com mercial business being credited to construction account until divisions are completed and turned over to operating department, viz, Mis souri division from Maidan to Lit tle Missouri, 150 miles, Pend d'Oreille from "Wallula to Spokan falls, 1C1 miles. Total road-in op eration (exclusive of siding,) 1,0G5 miles. 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. — 7 October 1881

M THE ASTORIAN. SJluc infill staian, ASTORIA, OREGON: FRIDAY OCT. 7, 18S1 ISSUED EVERY MORNING. Oloaduy xcoiiod), J. F- HALLOEAN & COMPANY, Kiitoi:s ani Pj-oi-muToits. Astortan linildiiuf, Cass Street. Tarms of Subscription : jorvoil by Carrier, per treok. ....2j Cents 3ent by mail. fourmoalhs.....................?'J W -ent by mail, cno year.....-................... 1 X) free of Postage to Subscribers. chj-Advertisements inserted by tho year at the rate of SI "HI per square per month. Transient advertising, by the day or week, fifty cents per square for each insertion. THECIT. The Daily astokiax will he tent !v mail at5 cent a month, free of portage Read' crx icho contemplatcabscr.ee from the city can hare Tine Astoriax follow 'hem. Daily or Wkkkly fdilions In any pol-itificc with out additional cxpenxe. Addrc-e may lie enanocd a. often a desired. Ijratc anlcrs at the ewuillnu room. Owing to some injury to the machinery of the California near Tort land, she will not leave for so...

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

"?sBp"' v'jaPSrc- iS Swi",-T '"--fSRA en r?:. J Za; ti, .V nmaujL.it LJUi-u'U"1 ntmn i Z mJtj S0j&m,. ASTORIA. OREGON: FRIDAY OCT. 7, 1881 GOMMERGEAHD TRADE. POUT OP ASTORIA. READY FOR SEA. Iiocl'tt br lA-McNoah Queenstown Oct 6 SAILED. Columbia, sh. 2721 tons EoHm. S F. Oct C City of OUestpr. S r' Oct 2 Shubricl:. U S Llght-)iou6e sir. Kvcrfon. south. Oct J - ( f Kairnsbire. JJr Mr. 1T0G tone. Kiren Queenstown X "Oct. 3. Kato L Davwnport. sh. 121? tons. .Mallm Melbourne Oct. 3. MolancUion.bkt. 2SS tons Manson S K Sept 28 Zaraora br Mk 1160 tons. I.Uerpool. Sept 27 Vancouver, br bk. Wa tons. Qupenstowii. Sept 27. (Joronilla br bk. TOA tons. Wan. (Jueeustoun. . Sept 2S '-' 'Los Anrelei. str. Sitka Carroll. Sept 25 , .PalrajTa.sU.iSfO tons Minot Liverpool Sept 22 Portland! bkt fiajte S F Sept 22 - J .Itflnrjr SSandford. sh. 1139 tons. Sleeper. Uavre : lSept21 Francis Alice, sell. S F Sept 20 ,"r."bweswnter. br bl: )3 tons. l.cwis New 7.ealaml. Sept :si Annie F Knxxs cl Forbes, lio...

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. — 9 October 1881

0) - J, Vol. Astoria," Oregon, Sunday Morning, October 9, 188 No. 8. XTI. -a LWiU fr hi 4 x&f rwirW rm i i? iv Solf-Consclousupss. Xear the close of the summer season, in a pleasant summer re treat, a new-comer found the en tire company of the little hotel preparing to give a fete in honor of a young lacly who was about to leave them. The young men had brought a band and caterer from the city, marquees were erected on the lawn, the house was wreathed with flowers; everybody, from the white-haired grandmoth ers to the little children, had some little farewell gift ready for "Miss Betty." The stranger was curi ous. "This Miss Betty is very beau tiful, no doubt?" he asked his friend. ?No, T think not. It never oc curred to me before, but I believe she is homely." "A great heiress, then?' "On the contrary, a poor artist." I 'Brilliant, witty? Highly inlel lectual?" 'oJ ltumnM cltn iwifnt ciiil ?i r .i'- ,' ' ,., i i - fine thins: m her life, but she is i the best listener J ever kne...

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. — 9 October 1881

() NmmnmBvaBaBi A. gftc 1113 strafcuu ASTORIA. OREGON: SUNDAY OCT. Ut 1SS1 .1. I. IIAI.LOKA.V Editor. An Open Highway. "Speed the day when a steamer may take a cargo at the foot of the Rocky mountains and land it at Astoria; then the farmers of Eastern Oregon and "Washington will not be compelled to pay half the price their products bring to get them to market. "We intend to cry aloud and spare not till this end is obtained.' So speaks the Falls City in closing an article on the subject of a free and open highway from the Rocky moun tains to the ocean. So says every one who has the interest of the entire commonwealth at heart, who wishes to see this country assume the importance to which its geo graphical position and natural ad vantages entitle it. When selfish interests shall have been proved to be such by the stern logic of events, when petty jealousies and .provincial carpings shall have been demonstrated to be actuated by unworthy motives, and long de ferred rights shall have b...

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. — 9 October 1881

k THE ASTORIAN. ASTORIA, OREGON: SUNDAY OCT. U. ISSI ISSUED EVERY MORNING. (Monday Excoiitodi, J. P. HALLORAN & COMPANY. Kditoiis AXi)-ri:oiuiirroi:.s. Astonan Building, Caxx St reef. Terms of Subscription : served ly Carrier, ner week ....." Cents ixii by mail, "urinontlis....................'c'I Off -ent by mail, ono year......... .................. f r,0 Fre$ of Postage to Subscribers if" Advertisements inserted by the year at the rate of $1 A per squuro per month. Transient advertising by the day or week, afty cents per square for each insertion. THECITY. TifK Daily astokiax will he ait by mail at73 cent amnntti.frccof jwttnue. Mend er who contemplate altsaice from the city can tuirc TiiK Astokiax follow tlirm. Daily r Wkkkly editions to any jumt -office icilh nut tidilUianal expense. AddrsKtes vati he citiiuuaiaxofUnux tia-ircd. Ijcavc unit r tit tin: cimntinu room. . The Alpha sails for Tillanux.k to day with a full cargo. J. Perata caught a 05 and a 70 pound salmon Frida'...

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. — 9 October 1881

W) 15 4 v t, - ir. fc & 8 ! 3.' bz ilxj -srirofero. ASTORIA. OREGON: SUNDAY .OCT. 9, 1881 COMMERCEAHD TRADE. PORT OF ASTORIA. READY FOR SEA. Lockett br blc McXoab Qucenstown Oct 6 r SAILED Columbia., ss. 27 J t tons Bolles S F. Oct G Oity of Chester. S ' Oct 2 Nairnshire. Br bV. 1706 tons. Xiven Queeostown Oct. 3. Kate h Davecport. sb. 1243 toss. MalUtt Melbourne Oct. 3. Melanctnon. lUt. 2W tons Hanson S F Sept 23 Zamora br bk USD tons. Liverpool, Sept 'Si Vancouver, br bk. MM tons. Qucenstown. Sept 27. Coronilla br bk. r24 tons, Davis, Queenstown, sept -zi Los Ancales. etr. Sitka Carroll. Sept 25 Palmyra, eh. 3f0 tons Mi not Liverpool Sept 22 Portland, bkt. Gajse S F Sept 22 Henry S Sandford, sh. 1159 tons, Sleeper, Havre sept 21 Francis Alice, sell. S F Sept 20 Loweswatcr. br bk COS tons. Lewis New Zealand. Sept :a Annie F Brisks sch Forbes. Honolulu Sept 15, ARRIVALS FROM SEA. o Lytteltoa Br sh Otago Strang Oct 7 Shnbrick. U S Light-house str. Everson, south. Oct 7 Inveresk, ...

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. — 11 October 1881

w. -5F Vol. xvi. A.storia, Oregon, Tuesday Morning October 11, 1881. No. 9. i J' JP J JI'Jlll' II ly OCEAN FREIGHTS. How the Pacific Slope Fanner Per mits Himself to be Skinned. It is only on the Pacific coast that the American Sampson is shorn of his strength and has be come the full prey of monopolists. While the railroad exactions com plained of in the East exist here in an aggravated form, it is well known that our farmers do not derive anything like the same counterbalancing advantages from the general railroad system of the continent. The through routes for the great staple, of the Pacific a slope farmer are. very fortunately, as one would suppose, on the ocean highway. But strangely enough, while the Eastern farmer is attacked exclusively on land, the Pacific farmer is most exten sively victimized b' sea. 1 f Uncle Sam should impose an export duty of $5 per ton on wheat it would be regarded as a terrible blow to the chief industry of the Pacific slope, and yet it" would but 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. — 11 October 1881

CO pi A frX gHte gaits gtaiim. ASTORIA. OREGON: TUESDAY -..OCT. 11, 1881 J. F. HALLORAX ...Editor. Our "Heathen Schools." In a religious exchange the last issue at hand publishes with ap proving editorial comment a com- munication which, among a good many other similar statements, says: "So far as our public school system is concerned, it cannot be denied that the children who at tend these schools are being put through a course of instruction from which they will graduate as so many cultivated heathens." "Whether this is simply the private opinion of the writer or whether he has superior sources of informa tion to others is unnecessary to in quire: the facts are in direct con tradiction to his statement. Moral instruction, which is the essence of true religion, is inculcated in every department, in every grade of the ij! common school system cf our oountry. The three natural pow ers of the mind are will, memory and understanding. Education is the evolution of these mental faculties...

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. — 11 October 1881

LV T JL HE AST0R1AN. ghc in.UB &stoiaii ASTORIA, OREGON: TUESDAY OCT. 11. 1S81 ISSUED EVERY MORNING. (Monday Excepted), J. P. HALLOEAN & COMPANY, Editors and PnoriauTOits. Axturian Building,' Cass Street. Terms of Subscriptien: served by Carrier. per week..........23 Cents oEt by mail, four months.... ......... 32 00 ont by mail, ono year................. 9 "3 Free of Postage to Subscribers. eaa Advertisements msertod by the year at cbe rato of $1 50 per square per month. Transient advertising, by the day or week, 5 fly cents per squarofor each insertion. To Our Friends. If 3'oti like the general get-up of this paper, if you take a pride in having a good newsy paper, and have not yet subscribed for it, call around to the office and have j'our nauie put on the carrier's list. We propose giving you the worth of your money and would be glad to have your substantial endorsement. New Steamer. Temcerance Meeting- THECIT. The Daily astokiax Kill he tent hy mailaltZccnl a month, fre...

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. — 11 October 1881

oo- git ailtj Qsiaxi&vu ASTORIA. OREGON: TUESDAY- .. OCT. 11, 1881 GOMMEROEJND TRADE. PORT OF ASTORIA. SAILED. Oregon ss. 223.5 tons. Pohlmnn. S F Oct 10 lUrrent Homer li bk 517 tons. Williams Quecns- OctlO Columbia... 2721 tons Bolle. S F. Oct C LocVett br bk McNo&h Queenstovrn Oct C Oity of Chester. S t' Oct 2 Nairnshire, Br bk. 170G toes. Xivcn Queenstovrn Oct.8. Kate h Davenport. Melbourne Oct. 3. ib. J243 tons. Mtllett Mel&nctbon. bkt. 2J3 tons Manaon S F Sept 28 Zamora br bk 1160 tons. .Liverpool. .Sept Z7 Vancouver, br bk. K3 tons, Queenstown. Sept 27. CoronUla br bk. .124 tons, Davis, Qocenstown. Sept 26 Lob Angeles, str. Sitka Carroll, Sept 25 Palmyra . eh. iSfO tons Minot Liverpool Sept 22 Portland, bkt. Gape S F Sept 22 Hnry HSandford. ah. 1159 tons. Sleeper. Havre Sept21 Francis Alice, sch. S F Sept 20 Lowesvrater. br bk COS tons. Lewis New Zealand. bepi 19 Annie K Jiriggs sch Forbes, Honolulu Sept 15. ARRIVALS FROM SEA. State of California, ss.'SdO tons. Deb...

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

0) - e- 0 ' v- Vn lr6l. XVI. Astoria, Oregon, Wednesday Morning, October 12, 1881. So. 10. fe'l matin i A FREE RIVER. 1 carriage with an open river. Within tW WW rostra nublid The appropriations already made MttAminn ti. ftirnnrl. m npvpr he- M'V the general government for the . .i x i i locks at the Cascades have been forp tn flip nntni-nl rpcnnrppo niifl ! l,J-ns "- ' "- " I. . . . .. t 1. .1 Uareiy bUIIIUICllt iw mean, giuiiuuj for such an enterprise. Instead of $50,000 or 8100,000, the work de mands a half million annually until completed, and the.obstructions at The Dalles need similar attention. These appropriations are an im mediate necessity to the entire people of Eastern Oregon and Washington, and whatever Port land organs may say to the con trary, no future candidate need aspire to Congressional honors un less fully comtnitted to their sup port. Dalles Mountaineer. Not Beu Holladay. Tom Merry has been camping at Wallowa Lakes, and from his breezy letter from that beautifu...

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

w Jgto gnilS gsteiatu ASTORIA. OREGON: WEDNESDAY OCT. 12, 1BSI J. F. HAIX0RAX. Editor. The Jeannellc. Men who, by reason of their position .should know, express the belief that the Jeannette has gone totthe North Pole. Had her voy age been, a failure", her crew would have returned in. -sledges to the points visited by the relief expe ditions. The Jeannette was fitted for a five years' voyage, and is, in all probability, doing the work for which she was sent out. She will in all probability work her way through the fiords in the land round the North Pole, and may possibly reappear on the east side of Greenland and come down in Baffin's bay, thus achieving the greatest triumph that could await her. The openness of the season has-been such that in fifty years the Jeannette could not have prosecuted her search under more favorable conditions. Bv next July she will be due, but not be fore. Until July no one who has at heart the interests of the expe dition can expect her. After that her ...

Publication Title: Daily Astorian, The
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