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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 12 October 1881

ra THE ASTORIAN. ASTORIA, OREGON: WEDNESDAY .. OCT. 12, 18S1 ISSUED EVERY MORNING. (Monday Excepted), J. F. HAT.T.ORAN & COMPANY, Editors and Fitoi'itiETons. Astonan BuUdiiig, Cass Street. Terms- of Subscription : served by Carrier, per week..........23 Cents imt by mail, four months..., ......-..33 00 Sent by mail, one year.............. 9 00 Free of Postage to Subscribers. OPIUM SMOKING. The Other Side Some Points. Striking 3T Advertisements inserted by the year at the rate of $1 50 per square per month. Iransiont advertising, by the day or week, Otty cents per square for each insertion. THECIT. The Daily astoiiiajj vrill bt tent hy mail ot75 cent a month, freeoj pottage. Head er who contemplateahnencejrom the city can have Tub Astoujax follow them, Daiia or Wkkkly edition to any post-office with out additional expense. Adarczxe maylc enaned a oftrn a desired. locate order at the counlino room. The Jas. A. Wright has sailed hence, in ballast, from San Diego. A post-office haB ...

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. — 12 October 1881

(1) wen Sto ails stei&u. ASTORIA. OREGON: Colsmfeia River Exports. sniraiEXTS fokeigx. WEDNESDAY -OCT. 12, 1881 GOMMERCEAKD TRADE. PORT OF ASTORIA. SAILED tJlaramara, Br bk Norton Newcastle Oct 11 Orecon . 2335 tons. Pohlman. S F Oct 10 Harvest Homer B bk 517 tons. "Williams Queens Oct 10 Colombia, as. 2721 tons Bolles. S 1. Oct C Lockett br bk McNoob Queenstowa Oct C Olty of Chester. S ,r' Oct 2 Nairnshire. Br bk. 1T0G tons. "Shea Queenstown Oct. 3. Kate J Davenport, sb. 1249 tons. Mallett Melbourne Oct. 3. llelanctnon. bkt. 2S8 tons Maneon S F Sept 28 Zamora br bk 1160 tons. Liverpool, Sept 27 Vancouver, br bk. 1053 tons. Queenstown. Sept 27. Coronllla fcr'bk. 524 tons. Davie, Queenstown. Sept 26 Los Anceles. etr. Sitka Carroll. Sept 23 Palmyra, sh. lifO tons Jtinot Liverpool Sept 22 Portland, bkt. Ga:e S F Sept 22 Henry 8 Sandford, sh. 1159 tons. Sleeper. Havre Sept 21 Francis Alice, sch. S F Sept 20 J.oweswatcr. br bk G03 tons. Lewis New Zealand. Sept 19 Annie F Briccs sell ...

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. — 13 October 1881

. civ ccoor c?o:-v Vol. xvi. Astoria, Oregon. Thursday Moniimz;, October 13, 1881 So. 11. Some Anomalies of 3Tarltirae Law. Some.of the absurdities which still-find a. place in the maritime laws of -the United States, have been illustrated in a small but an noying way in San Francisco. Some time ago a wealthy resident, interested in aquatics, purchased a small steam launch for his own entertainment on the bay. The launcli was, however, a foreign bottom. Whenever he wanted to sail in her he had to get a special permit from the Port Collector, as the maritime laws forbid foreign bottoms sailing from one domestic nort to another. But the stonni yacht-owner's troubles had onlv j begun. On 'top rf the restriction mentioned came a multitude of regulations concerning boiler in spections, engineer licenses, etc., which had to be complied with, j These became so oppressive that the owner, as a matter .of self protection, was forced to resort to -strategy. The subterfuge of plac ing the steam...

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. — 13 October 1881

$ 0) " -ft tmx9Sacaaaraei gfe gaits Sslortau. ASTORIA. OREGON: THURSDAY- ,...-OCT. 13. 1881 J. F. HALLOUA Editor. JRircr Improvements. Jx a few days from now u con vention will meet in St. Louis, Mo", to consider the important subject'of the improvement of the Misiisslppi river,. That conven tion will be charged with the re sponsibility of giving definite ex pression to the views of the people of that great valley respecting their own interests. It will repre sent nearly half the population of the United States, and its deliber ations will no doubt attract the attention that the magnitude of the -interests involved demands. Though possessed of no legally delegated power yet a good deal depends upon the nature tind re sult of its deliberations. In a few eehs from now, a legally ap pointed, convention, styled the Congress of the United States, will meet in a city 1200 miles farther east to consider the im portant subject of the improve ment of the wliolecountry. The St. Louis conventi...

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. — 13 October 1881

.(). THE ASTORIAN. ASTORIA, OREGON: THURSDAY OCT. 13, 1881 ISSUED EVERY MORNING. (Monday Excopted), J. F. HAIiLORAN & COMPANY, 1'L'HLIbHEItS AM) PnOriUKTORS. Astorxan Building, Cass Street Terms of Subscriptien: served by Carrier, per week .25 Cents sent by mail, four months.. .........S-t 00 lent by mail, one year............. 9 X Free of Postage to Subscribers. ar Advertisements inserted by the year at the rate Qf SI 50 per square per month. Transient advertising, by the day or week, fifty cents per square for each insertion. THEOETY. The Daily astokian will be sent by ' mail at15 cents amonth.freeof postage Read erg who contemplate absence from the city can hate The Astoriax follow them. Daily or Weekly editions to any poft-offlce with out additional expense. Addrcst-es maybe cnanged as often as desired. Ijtave orders at the countina room. Two inches of snow fell in Walla Walla last Tuesday. Mr. liobt. J renchard is running a dairy near Salem. The up-county papers are being p...

Publication Title: Daily Astorian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 13 October 1881

00 -9fcS --f . tr &ejo3 ." gto SaiXtj &ste$sm. ASTORIA. OREGON: THURSDAY -OCT. 13. 18SI COMMERffiMD TRADE. ljl import of astoriv. SAILED (slaraniara. Ur bk Norton IfcucastleOct II Oretfonjss.,,2335 tons. I'olihnan. S F Oct 1 Harvest Home ItbV2irtan. Williams Queonn Oct 10 , Columbia, ss. 2721 tons Bolles S F. Oct C iLockettjr bk McXoah Queentov n Oct G JTairnsfilre. Br bk. 170C tons. "Xireu Qneeiwtoim Oct. X Kcte .J Davenport, sli. 12-fS ions .Mallett Melbourne Oct. 3. Melanetnon. "At. 293 tons Manson S rS"pt2? Zamora br bV 1150 tons. Liverpool, Sept 17 Vancouver, br bk. 1013 tons. Queenstoun. Sept 27. .Coronllla br bk. S21 ton-. Davis, QneenMoirn, 'Sent'M ' Los Aneelcs. Mr. Sifka-Carroll, Sept IS Palmyra, sh.iSO) tons Minot Livr rpool Sept 22 ? Portland.bkt. Qaee S F Sept 22 . Henrv SSandford. sli. ll'9 tons. hleeper. Haire sept -Jl ?ancTs'Xlfce. sclT'S r Sept 20 S Lmref.it atrr. lir !A ffl tons, hems ctr Zealand. Sept 19 Annie I ISnsss nch forbei, Honolulu Sejit 15. ' ' 'A...

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

0. " t- . -.-wrT-vN .! jw-r.' Gf . . ''- V ., i - .r. .& . sfc Vol. xyi. Astoria, Oregon. Friday Morningj. October 14. 1881 No. 12. , 9h TJTirtrfr rH JSj" r y AT IfJJ -as. - - . . . . . SHIP BUILDING mri Views oLBuildefs.' lthasbeeri-saidthat "a nation without ships is like a tenant on a farm." He hires -what -he ought toKwn 'Himself. So also the coun try that does not carry its own products to market is hiring some one else' to do it. In both cases the cream of the profit is being paid away. The immense gains of England in carrying the pro ducts of the United States to the different countries of the world is a striking illustration of this, and affords those familiar with the sub ject an opportunity of bringing it from time to time to the attention of "the public. They show not only how much is lost that might be saved, but how much is gained by Great Britain that might be , gained by the United States. The question having been revived, the following facts of what has been 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. — 14 October 1881

0) gte gniXg sicrism. ASTORIA OREGON: FRIDAY OCT. 14. 1S81 J. F. UALLOHAN Editor. " Shipments of Salmon. A correspondent having written for information respecting the catch for the 'past season, th'e ship ments, etc., we have collated the following, statistics. During the season of 1881 there were 546,393 cases of salmon packed. - Of this araount58G,660 cases were shipped direct to Liverpool, 172,133 cases were shipped to San Francisco, the Lanarkshire, now loading at Brown's dock, will take in about 33,000 cases more, leaving about 45,000 cases still in store, which will probably be taken by va rious outgoing vessels before the close-of 'the year, at least long be fore th'e'opening of next season's fishing. P rom the most authentic sources we learn that the total of las tf season's, .catch at other places, " Sacramento river, Cal., Fraser river, British Columbia, Puget sound, "W. T., Rogue river, Ore gon, and other places, was 447,- 290 cases, making with Columbia river's produce a...

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

3 V THE ASTOBIAN. !)xc HaVhj QsXBxiun, ASTORIA, OREGON: FRIDAY..... ....OCT. 14. 1SS1 ISSUED EVERY MORNING. (Monday Excepted). " T. P. HALLORAN & COMPANY, Puxilxsheks jlxd l'i:ori:iKTOXu. Asiorian Bnildirig, Cass Street. Terms of Subscription : ierved by Carrier, per week ....!5 Cents eat by mall, four months-...-.. .....-..$" OO pent by mail, one year..... 9 Oi free of Postage to Subscribers. Advertisements inserted by the year fit the rate of SI 50 per squnre per montii. Transient advertising, by the day or week, Ifty casta per square for each insertion. THEJ3ITY. Tun DAILV ASTOIilAX will be sent hy mail at5 cent a manUi,rcc of postage, lleaa ere icho contcmplalcabscnce from the city con have, The Astokiax follow them. Daily ur Wkeklt editions U any pott-offcc with out additional expense. Addretre mayle enanged n often a desired, teare orders at the counting room. Pheasants are quite plentiful in the market. The Portland Journal of Com merce is advertised for sale. The steamer...

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

C4)- -x- lxt I)sfc3 QslQxlkiu ASTORIA. OREGON: FRIDAY. ..,QCT. 14, 1S31 COMMERCE im TRADE. ''-piJtWc z a . -- IfcOKT OF-ASTORIA. - . SAILED Hlaiamart.;B:sbkVri"ortoii Ncwcastlo,.OctJl . Oreudic'ssSS'tons'Pohlman. SF Oct JO' HartTbt Home It bk 517 ton. Williams Queenv. Oet 10 .Afphc. schivbtarr.Jillaraook bay Doth r . ' , -xiclnmbSFST't tons'Bolles S"F. Oct G Locliett br bk HIcNbali Queenstcvn Oct C h'aimsbire Br bkHTOS toes. .XiveaQneeii'-toR-n Oct. AT- J ,. . - , J ' ' .- Kate 1. Davenport, sli. J2S3 tons. Mallett Melbourne Oct. 2. Melancthon. t.kt, 293 tons ilanson S K Sept 28 'Zamoralir bk 1JS0 tons. Liverpool. Sept 27 rVancourcrbr 'bk. 1053 tons.'QuppnytownSept 27, Cononllltf"r lik. .j24 tons, Davis. QifpenMMrn. i btpt'2G i - $ XosAncefesl i-.tr. Sitka Cirroll. Sept 2.'. V Palmyra"; sh.l3PCtons Minot Liverpool Sept 22 tPartland.,bU. Gase S.F Sept Wnrr X'Snndford. sli.' 1159 to Ions. Steeper, "Havre Sept 21 Francis Alicp, scb. S F Sept 20 I.owesTvater. br bk COS tons. J.ewisNew Z...

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

C I ) ; U . ,J' "- r ;-.T a' . "V V 002- "" .. Ori t Vol. xvi. Astoria, Oregon, Saturday Morning, October 15, 1881. 3To;i3. k Pftfiff t! Jt, ' LEAVE THEM ALONE They Will Go Home and Take Their Tails Behind Them. Twenty-five Chinese students being1 all remaining in America, and two- Chinese Government Commissioners are now at the Palace Hotel waiting to take pas v ' :, u.t..irt l" lP;ls-TJnired ge or iner at e . i . rcfloud river to the East has just students arc all from l ale Col- . ,. , ....... i i ' i.:.,. :..,.: .. rbe'l "Iade- Il,0i' wcnt fwwr(1 , lege, at which institution most of them have been for six years. Those who have departed for China were students at other Xew Eng land colleges. The 8100,000 build ing erected by China for its Com missioners is to be sold. Yung ( Wing, at whose instance the Chi- j nese students firsl ca'me to America, will soon go to China, but it will be on business only and he will return to Hartford, where he has a family by an American wife, which...

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

1 w gltc Snily gsixwdaa. ASTORIA. OREGON: SATURDAY OCT. 15. 1SSI J. r. KA1XOKAX., .Editor. AdTantagcs of Shipping' Points. Onk of our Portland exchanges, the Standard or the loth inst., is not a Uttle-.concerned about the low" rank 6T Portland as a ship ping point; and while admitting in substance that Puget Sonnd is at present a much better place for vessels to get in and out with car goes, yet claims that the Sound has not the couutry 3'ielding the staff of life to back it; that Portland has; and that the staff of life can load more vessels than all the minerals of the world. And the writer goes on to arnie that Port land has many advantages over the Sound, but for the shal low channel of the Colum bia would possess almost every advantage over that locality; and that Astoria, even with the ex pense of lightering there, is behind Portland, in advantages, as a ship ping point. Further assertion is made that to surmount the onby obstacles now in the way of (and to) Portland as a firs...

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

L THE ASTOEIAN. ASTORIA, OREGON: SATURDAY .. OCT. 13. 18S1 ISSUED EVERY MOENING. (Monday Ki.cbited), J. P. HALLORAN & COMPANY, 1'CUL.ISIIEKS AN1 PEOritlJTTOKH. A.torian Btnldhvj, Cass Street. Terms of Subscription : jewed ty Carrier, per week . .'25 Cents eat by mail, four months................. 3dnt by mail, one year.................... rroe of PostHso to Subscriber.'. .53 00 ,. 9 0) Advertisements inserted by the year at itia rate of 81 .7) per square per month. Transient advertising, by tho day or week, dfty cents per square for each insortion. THECITT. The Uaii.v astokiax will he rul lu mallatTTtcmt a month, freeof postage, licaa ix who contanplatcabrnce from the city tan hare The Awtoriax follow litem, Datia or Weekly edition to any pnxt-officc with out additional expenxe. Addne may 1& cnanyrd ax often r desired. Tsave ordn x ot the count ina room. Snow fell at Kalama yesterday. Steamer day; Columbia up, State of California down. J. R. Wesner dropped dead in a Cheney, ...

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

01) " - Jxt Enity &staro. ASTORIA. OREGON SATURDAY ....OCT. 13, 1SSI COMMERCE AHD TRADE. READY FOR SEA. City of York. lrhh, Adelaide, Oct 14 SAILED Glaramara. Br 1A Norton Newcastlp Oct 11 Oregon ss. 2235 tons. Pohlraan. S F Oct 10 Harvest Home BbkSIT tons. Williams Queecg- Oct 10 Alpba.-fich. Starr. Tillamook Uay Oct S ("otumbla. ss. 2721 toes Bolles S F. Oct C Locbett br bk McN'oab Queenstovrn Oct 6 Nairnshire. Br bk-. KOG ton!. Xiren Qneeostown Oct. 3. Kate L Davenport. Melbourne Oct. 3. sh. 1244 tons, Mallett ARRIVALS FROM SEA. Scottish Knight. Br. bk S12 ton, fni Rockhainp- ton. Oct 14 , Renfrewshire Br sh William. "Wellington Port Pirrrie Oct .14 Oberon Br bk. USOtone. Honolulu Oct 14 Chas. Worsley 1SSG Duneden Morgan Otaeo Oct 14 vaDJrBr9b993 Wilson Port Chalmers Australia Oct 12 Oity of Chester. S Oct 12 Harry Mor fieAm.sh Brooks. Rio Janeiro Oct 11 State of California. he. 13W tons. Debney. H Y )ct 10. Grasmere, Br bk. Thompson, Peru, Oct 16 Mary Low Br lik New Zealand ...

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

0- sk& ' ' & " irt, Mi ew. 3:T , j;.4 Vol. xvi. Astoria, Oregon. Sunday iMornin;, October 10. L881 STa K Hops of the Puyallup. Talkiogof the Puyallup country a correspondentof the Vancouver In dependent says that when the sea- son for hop picking arrives, the ca- . noes of the Indians look like small fleets on the bay or river. About two thousand peisons are required to do the work of picking, and the Indians flock to the hop dis trict from every quarter to get a chance to earn some money, and they consider this season as their harvest time, which it is in reality. Their mode of living has quali fied them for the work of picking hops. They come to the hop yards with all their earthly possessions, including not only their squaws and pappooses, but their dogs, I vau unu gftu uuuj itivi ivwivi They pitch their tents within con- concluding an article entitled venient distance of their work, . Which will be our Market," the and it is a sight to see the women Dalles Times says: "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. — 16 October 1881

t gfce ilB Qslsxinn. ASTORIA. OREGON: SUNDAY OCT. 1C, 1881 J. F. KALLOKA.V Editor. Plagiarism. Joaquin Milleu, in reply to a charge of plagiarism, denies the accusation in toto, and says, in re ply to 2Jckee Rankin's assertion thai he (Rankin) -wrote a certain play and merely paid Miller for the use of his name: "I find my self in the position of one who, when about to sit down to his boiled joint, finds that a dog has stolen it, has munched it out of palatable shape, rolled it in the mire and is claiming proprietor ship. The exact result of such an - incident is that morally the joint is the man's, but actually, when he comes to look at it, he doesn't care to own it, nor to engage in a ca nine' fight ,to prove that he ever did." The charge of plagiarism has ceased to be the grave accusa tion it was ten or fifteen years ago, Men 'are realizing that, in general, - there is nothing in it. Everyone is an unconscious plagiarist; we are all plagiarists in action, in speech, some of us ev...

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

0):, THE ASTORIAN. Presbyterian Social. A Secret of the Sea. juhq gums stxa-ium ASTORIA, OREGON: SUNDAY.. ... ..OCT. 1G. 18S1 ISSUED EVERY MORNING. (Monday Kxceitod), J. P. HALLORAN & COMPANY, PciiLisnrj.s ami rnoi-iuirroits. Axtnnan Building, Cass Street Terms of Subscription : ioivei by Carrier, per week ' Cents -at by mail, four months. ....53 ft) Jbnt t cinil.one yoar- ........-. 9 00 Free of Postace to Subscriber. car Adrcrtwemenis inserted by tho year at Uie rate of SI 50 per square per month. transient advertising, by the day or week, Ifty cents per square for each insertion. THE CITY. Thk Daily astoman mil 1 enl by mailatf5ccntamnnth.frccof pottage. Head er ivlio conUmplatcabicnccfmm the city con have Tor. Astokian folbno than. Daily ur Wkkki.y eAltUm tnanuitttl-ttlcewllh-out additional expense. Addrzwe may be tnanutd a often a desired. Uarc order at the cowitiiiu nm. The State of California is aground above Swan Island. The Lingards are expected hero in ten days or 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. — 16 October 1881

00 m QMlE&ity gusiosfcrn. - ASTORIA. OREGON: SUNDAY- : OCT. 16, 18SI COMMEBCEAND TRADE. -sJPORT OF ASTORIA. READY FOR SEA. Oityof York. brsh, Adelaide. Oct J4 SAILED Temple Br br bk 88S tons Yaujthn Rio Oct 1 Buenos Ajres. r'r bV. 603 tons. Bordeaux Oct 15 t 8Uram&r. Br bk Norton Newcastle Oct 11 I VOrecon s. 222 tons. Pohlm&n. S F Oct 10 HtrrettHome B bk WT tons. Williams Qoeeoft- Oct 10 -AlpKf.seb. Starr. Tillamook bay Oct 9 Colnmb'la. as. 2721 tons Holies. SF. Oct C Lockett br bk McNoah Qneenstown Oct fi - Zfairnsbire. Br bk. 1706 tons. Niren Queenstoirn Oct. 3. ..djBKite 1. Davenport, ah. 12 tons. Mallett W'" Melbourne Oct. 3. f Y t . '. j& t ARRIVALS FROM SEA. Scottish Knljfbt. Br. bk 912 tons, fm Rockhamp 5 ton. Oct M "Benfretrshlre Brih Williams. Wellington Port Pirrrie Oct U Oberon Br bk. 11S0 tons, Honolulu Oct 14 Chas. Woraley li"C Duneden Morgan Otaco Oct 14 Napier Br sh 933 Wilson Port Chalmers Australia ' Oct 12 flity of Chester. S r' Oct 12 Harry Mor se...

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. — 18 October 1881

; -11:) Wmm tmmn. Vol. XYL Astoria, Oregon, Tuesday Morning, October L8, 1881. So. 15. Indictment of Guiteau. . . .,... .. ... v aslunston dispatch ol the 1 . . 14th known that the arraignment of ! nu 4. n . i . w- , ......, 0w, i... - j 3e ieelin- of K place a very intense curiositv and interest fested. There was an unusual dis- i imneu l uoa,te ol ,l UI,U ,,,u" plav of police force about the jo's home am under de shadder court room, although there were a !of dealh lloan' lean on ,le fonce large number of detectives present j an' ,ook t0 IIebben fur rehef' If not uniformed. At n quarter past ' Ps6e 8' a flnl,sir J h ,l ol,u F 11 o'clock the soldiers took seats lend it or give it or make Vm take a the, lawyers' table, and imme- ic ftn' ir 1eahpn ,lops an-vfin-diatelv afterward the door of the J furder daV oxU"'u W,l0n yOU witness room opened and gave en- j read dat it am easy to speak kind trance to Marshal Henry and two '0 Jist 1('ilcA ,llt l! am alsode deputy marshals, having betw...

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. — 18 October 1881

0) S&c Sails gslxwian. ASTORIA-OREGON: TUESDAY OCT. IS, 1881 J. F. HALLOKAX ..Editor. JSomctliliigr Xore. "All the producers require is steamboat navigation from the headwaters of the Columbia aud Willamette to Astoria. They have no money to spend to gratify the ambition of Portland, and this city iust protect its own future.'' Willamette Farmer. They require that, and a good deal more. They require that the entrance to the river be so im proved that vessels of any size may safely enter. The grain in terests of Oregon have now reach ed that magnitude that the ques tion is how to transport the great est amount of grain for a given price. The question is which shall it be, Columbia river or Puget sound? The present pull-docr-pull-devil style of handling the grain of the northwest can not obtain. It is a question that is of the most vital importance to every producer in this region. "Tariff." At the southern point of Spain, and running out into the straits of Gibraltar, is a promon...

Publication Title: Daily Astorian, The
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