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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 18 October 1881

0) THE ASTORIAN. !h; ialj gurtarttTXu ASTORIA, OREGON: TUESDAY OCT. Ifc. 1SS1 ISSUED EVERY MORNING. (Monduy Excepted). J. F. HAT.LORAN &; COMPANY, PUULI.SHEKS ANI PliOl'IUKTOi:.. AsUman Building, Cass Street. Tcrm3 of Subscription : iocv.1 by Carrier, per weefc ........IIS Cents nt ly mail, four months.....-... .5S 03 scni by mail, one year...................... 9 OU free of 1'ostaxe to Subscriber. " Advertisements inserted by thycar at ;he rale of SI .ti ier square per month. Transient ndvertiinc by the day or week, fifty cents per square for each insertion. THEJOITY. 1'IIR IlAU.Y AST0U1A' Will hi MWf U) matt attt cent a month, frccof jvtxlaue. Head er who cnnUmplatealtHer.ee from the ellu can have Tuk AsroniAX fallow them. Daily Wkkkia Hlttion to anil jo-f-ortnv with out additional expeiiM. Addrcr may he cnniiufd a often ax desired, teare order at thr nmntino num. Villard and party are iu Portland. Subscriptions to the Carlield monument fund were discontinued ye3terda'. The ma...

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. — 18 October 1881

CI) Sftc -gaits gstodtmx. astoria. oregen: Tuesday!!. oct. is, issi COMMERCE AKD TRADE. - PORT OF ASTORIA. READY FOR SEA. City of York, br tJi, Adelaide. Oct 14 Temple Bar lr Mc SS8 tons Vaughn Rio Oct IP SAILED . riity of Chester. S r" Oct 17 Enenoa AyTW. r'r bk. G03 tons. Bordeaux Oct 11 Ularamars. Br bk Norton Newcastle Oct 11 Or-eon-232Mons. Poalman. S F Oct 10 IiarresrHom BbkSIT ton. William Queen. Alphe. sch.Marr.Tillruiof.l. bay Oct it Columbia, eh. 2721 tons Bollott S F. Oct C LocUtl br bk McXoali Queenstqvru Oct C 'kirnsluri. Br bk. 17DG tuns. .N'iveu Queatictonn Oct. S. . Kt L ,'DarenporL eb. 12W torn. MallHt " Melbourne Oct. 3. A RRl VALS FROU SEA. Astracau Br ah JC5 Paijje Adelaide Oct 17 .Scottish Knight. Br. bk 912 tons, fra RocLhanip- ton. Oct 14 Renfremsliire Br eh Williams. Wellington 1'ort .Pirrrio Oct 14 OberonBr bk. llBUton. Honolulu Oct 14 Chas. Worsley IS9G Duneden Morgan Otsco Oct 14 npier Br sh JW3 WiUou Port Chalmcra Australia Octl2 , Ha'rnvMorse Am. sh Broo...

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. — 19 October 1881

m fsf 1 tttfOIl . - - Vol. XVI. Astoria, Oregon, Wednesday Morning, October 19, J 881. So. 16. THE PRINCE OF. TRAMPS The Grandson of Patrick Henry. The very romance of tramp life was exemplified yesterday by a disnipated individual with only one leg, whose name was registered at the station house as W. II. Card well. He is known to many per sons as a leporter, and has lived a most variegated life. His full name is Wyatt Henry Card well. His father was the eminent Dr. Cardwell, of Richmond, Va., and his mother was the eldest daughter of the world renowned orator, Pat rick Henry. Cardwell is said to be a graduate of Washington Uni versity; and has withal a polished education. He has the remarkable gift of repeating long poems from memory. It is said he can troll out "Childe Harold," Don Juan," and such poems from beginning to end. At. the age of fifteen he joined the Conlederate army and was shot at Manassas, losing his leg. He was taken to the Rich mond hospital, whet e he excited 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. — 19 October 1881

0) tt z. zmk I . vU J .t3Wt'AM$u 1 r AJ5T0RIA. OREGON: "WEDNESDAY. OCT. 19, 1881 , J. F. HALLOKAV Editor. iTorlne. A si'atkmkxt is goinis the "" " rounds of the press that a French man has invented a process by which the old fashioned method of embalming can be made to "go glimmering through the dreams ": of things that were," by the ornate method of indurating the body aftet death till it assumes a form . and consistency that will enable it to bear all the ravages of time equally as well as granite or mar ble. That bv the use of certain chemical': the human form di vine can be so transformed in sub stance that it may withstand the furv of the elements and itself .. ' serve all the purposes of a statue. This, if so, opens up a new and ' presumably successful line of in dustry. The carkinsr care that t fills so many hearts in this Wing ' , , .land of ours, the feverish feeling " "that impels so many to erect stat ues to the memory of those whom they villified in life, can now find ve...

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. — 19 October 1881

0) THE ASTORIAN. ASTORIA, OREGON: "WEDNESDAY-.. .-OCT. lit, 1SS1 ISSUED EVERY MORNING. .Monday Excepted), J. P. HALLORAN & COMPANY. 1'or.LisnEKs ai 1'j:oiiuktoi:. Astonan Building, (lass Street. Terms of Subscription : served by Carrier, per week... ... 2j Cents enl ly mail, four months..... .............So 00 ioiit Jiy mail, ono year..... .................. fl Oft Free of Postage to Subscribers. " Advertisements inserted by the your nt the rate of SI 50 per square per month. frnnaient udvertiainp. by the day or week, dfty cents per square for each insertion. THECITY. Thb Daily astouian will )e ent ly mail at7 cent a month. freeof jMmtaije. Head er who cimleinilatcnlsenec from the cilu can uv; Tiik Astoiiian follow them. Daily or Wkkki.y edition to anu pnst-ajitce with out (uUWUhttil rrji.e. Addrexc may he crinwd (woflrn as attired. Ijeare order at ft; countiiw nj.i. Weather still damp, for rain anv lime now. May look Fifteen mills is the Linn enmity rate of taxation this year. ...

Publication Title: Daily Astorian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 19 October 1881

w ? lmW 9 aid f V OA igfc gitiXij stosfcrn. ASTORIA. OREGON: "WEDNESDAY-... ..OCT. 19. 1SSI COMMERCE AND TRADE. PORT OF ASTORIA. READY FOR SKA. , tCity of .York. brbh, Adelaide. Oct 14 " Temple Bar br bk 8SS tons Vaughn Rio Oct If Bueuon Ayres. Vr bk. GW tons. Eordefcux Oct l'i , r SAILED " k faitriof'Cliesler. S ' Oct 17 GUrsm&ra. Br bk Norton Newcastle Oct 11 .Orcon is. 2i:s tons. Pohlsmn. S F Oct 10 SHarvestHoni Bbk.54; tons. Williams QaeVn. Oct 10 Alpha, sell. burr. Tillamook bay Oct B ; (,'olnmbia. es. '.Til tons Holies. S K. Oct C Lockett br bk McNoah Qurenstown Oct 6 " fiB,t' 'Nairnshire. Br bt. 1T0G tons. Xitpu Queeimtown j-. fltet. 2.- J 'Kate 1. Dsvr nport ? Molbcnrtie Oct. 3, sh. 1243 tons. Mallet t ARRIVALS FROM SBA. Astracan Br bk 975 Paige Adelaide Oct 17 "" Scottifch Knight. Br. liL SlJton fm RocLharap- ton. Oct 14 Renfrewshire Brsh Williams. 'Wellington Port Pirrne Oct 14 ObcronBrlik. HBO tons. Honolulu Oct 14 Cbas. Worsley sh Br liSfi Duneden Morgan Otatra Oct 1...

Publication Title: Daily Astorian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 20 October 1881

T " ."1k Vol. XYL .storia, Oregon. Thursday Morning, October 20, 1881. So. 17. 9 i "TimI $., f& a . Vs -. i : : Through to San Francisco "The New -York special to The News ronveys information that the Texas and Pacific through connec tions from New Orleans 1o San Francisco will be completed b November 1st, and that the work ing force on the Texas and Pacific will . then be transferred lo the Colorado and Texas road. This latter enterprise is the road men tioned some ago in The News a about to be constructed by the Gould syndicate from Fort "Worth to the extreme boundary of the Texas Panhandle, there to con nect witht he Denver and Now Orleans road. The construction force now engaged upon the Texas and Pacific is remaikably efficient, and'when-relieved from its present task will make things lively from Fort 'Worth to the outskirts of the Panhandle. Tt is not hazarding too much to say that within eighteen months from the present date, Fort Worth, Texas and Den ver, Col., will be c...

Publication Title: Daily Astorian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 20 October 1881

fr) r Jglxe nftg steintu ASTORIA. OREGON: THURSDAY! OCT. 20, 1881 J. F. HAM.ORA.V. Editor. As Otbcrs See Us. Among the probabilities of the near future is a railroad from the Willamette valley to Astoria. The many obstacles -to successful navi gation of the'Columbia river from Astoria to Portland will be the cause which will effect the build ing of a railroad Jo the sea-board. Villard is largely interested in Portland it is true,. to the extent of thousands of dollars, but one of these fine days he will unload his property interests there at a fabu lous figure, and then, good bye to Portland's greatness." The people of Portland wrongly imagine that Villard will make that place the chief city on the coast, but the great railroad., magnate is not so silly as all that. He understands tile "value of a seaport town over an interior town, accessible only to light draught ships, and knows that he underwriters do not care tQ -run a. 'gauntlet 'of dangerous sand-bars in .order to get produce...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 20 October 1881

THE ASTORIAN. give paUij staaauo ASTORIA, OREGON: THURSDAY- OCT. 20, 1881 ISSUED EVERY MORNING. (Monday Excepted). J. F. HALLORAN & COMPANY, PUBLtSIIKKS AI'I l'KOl'IUKTOlXx. Atf-ortnn JfnUding, Cass Slreri. Terms of Subscription : miveJ by Carrier, per wee!'............:2j Cents ont by mail, four months.... ..........53 00 Sent by mail, one yfear. . 9 00 Free of Postnse to Subscriber1. ov Adrertuements inserted by tho year at the rate of SI iu ier square ior month. Transient advertising, by tho day or week, fifty cents per square for each insertion. THEOITY. TlIK DAILY ASTOKIAN trill liC Ctlt hJ mailatTZctnU amnnth.frccnf prrtlage. Haul er who contemplate absence from (he citu can hare Thr Astokiax follow Shcm, Daily r Wkf.kly edition tnantjml-offlcetcUh-out additional expense. Addreio.es may lc tmtnyui a often a desired. Isxxre order ot the counting room. Dayton, V. T., wants a city charter. Steamer day. Oregon up; Co lumbia down maybe. Nathan Ferrell died of typhoid fe ver las...

Publication Title: Daily Astorian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 20 October 1881

m ASTORIA. OREGON: THURSDAY-...-.. ......OCT. 20. 18SI -COMMERCE AHD TRADE. -.&-, -TORT OF ASTORTA. njiSDY FOR SEA. City ofYorlc, brsfc, Adelaide. Oct 14 Temple Bar br bV 818 toin Yaujlin Kio Oct ! Buenos A vro. lr lit. r&i ton?. Bonleaux Oct 11 ! t SAILED " Oitjfof Clester. S i" Oct IT Glaramara. Br blwN'ortoii Newcastle Oct II Oregon s 2Wj tono.'Pohbnan. fi V Oct l Harvest Holne IiliU.l7 ton. Williain Queen Oct ID Alpha, sch. htarr. TillamooV. bar Oct Columbia, m. 27J1 tons Rolles S I Oct 6 ftLockett br blMcXoaliQueenBtown Oct C Xairnsbire.. Mr M. ITOfi Jons. Nivon Queenstown M)Ct. X Ksi41 Davenport. b. I24S tons. Malleit ,AIelbourn Oct, 3, - T "" V' ARRIVALS FRQX SUA. AstracanBrbLST.PaiEP Adelaide Oct 17 .Scottish Knight. Br. bk 91' tons, fm RocUiarop ton.Oct 11 I Renfrewshire Br eh William. AVellmston Port Pirrrie Oct 14 Oberon Br b".. 11 to tons, Honolulu Oct 14 Ch&a. Worslej sh Br liC Duneden Morgan Otcso jOct 14 rttapicr BrshSSS Wilson Port Chalmers Au-trali 1 "Oc...

Publication Title: Daily Astorian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 23 October 1881

Oh '- i ( t.it A kAJ rOv- . .: ;iv- -i j IF Vol, xvi. Astoria. Oregon., SunIay ALornin&r, October 28, 1881. - t t 2J o. 20. vjf gw5 w jj& a a a . jp& Jill' Jr !' JUl A WEDDING IN WYOMING. eJ, and, after receiving the con-1 hand. The first was despotism, I Strang ihinjr ait, especially j Puraiihcijioonm to Let j MISCELLANEOUS. Without any Absurd Forms. tfratulat'ions of the assembly, the i iron, and ruling by force. Tin-; music. Out ..t" an iaijt a man may At MrOlnni:fs lodging huuse ' ,m Pvrntll?AT , - , 4 inr-wlv made husband and wife tost was civilization, ritlmur bvjbebo trivial you wnuhl inihtake " V " " o.AhftDl & F IljKLnJiiJ ' iOanipniij near the town, w "' "v J",ul- ,.,.. , . . .... , . Take .otip. , . , , ., .Idenaited for their cabin up the. j ideas. Philips. him mr an inibtwile, at least a ASTORIA. - OREGON. secured our stock and then went 1 j IncHiatjon 'an, intert deter--rown infant. Yrit1fe. into hi J- SVgS'Sl-T, D. M .. OU m. Enteimg the leading .store...

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

O) ?kc a5Tt$ fX&ovVLXu ASTORIA. OREGON: SUNDAY OCT. 23, 1S31 J.F. HAIXORAS.... .Editor. The Columbia Bar. Under date of the 18th inst., our congressional representative, M. C. George, writing to the Oreffonian- savs: "Several weeks ago, on. consultation with Govern ment engineers, I communicated with the honorable Secretary of "War asking for an appointment of a board of engineers to speedily examine the mouth of the Colum bia river. It will be remembered that Col. Gillespie reported Dec. 5, 1880, in favor of a plan for per manent improvements costing the sum of 430,000. Gen. Wright, Chief of Engineers, referred the matter to a New York board, com posed of Gchs Tower, Newton aria' Abbot, who failed to approve of the outlay. - As Gen. Gillespie still stands b his recommendations, notwith standing the reasons advanced by the New York . board, I wrote to the Secretary of" War urging the importance of the work as ' strongly as I could and ask ing for .the appointment of a special bo...

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

THE ASTORIA N.i - ASTORIA, OREGON: SUNDAY OCT. 'Si, 1SS1 ISSUED EVERY MORNING. (.Monday Excepted:, J. F. HALLORAN i COMPANY, Pci:limiki:s avi ri:ornii7roi:s. Axtortan Untitling, Cass Street. Terms of Subscription : zetvd by Carrier. per veok .." Cents lent by mail, four rannths........M.....S3 00 csoiit by mail, one year.................... $ Oil Free of Potnse to Subscriber. TA(lvorti3otnents inserted by the year at the rate of Si 50 per square per month. Transient advertising, by the day or ireek, fifty cents per square for each insertion. THECITY. TnK Daily astokiax icill he nd hy mail atlo cent a month, free of ptKitauc. Head en ivho contemplate absence from the citu tan hare TnK Atrraixjxs follow ihem. Daily in' Wkkkly editions toanu pot-oftct with out additional expense. Addreex intiv lie cii'inutd ij? ojlcn a tle.sired. Isarc order at the nmntina room. The Lingards are coming. - Dr. Crang informs us that Mr. Wilson's little boy is convalescent. It was 4,000,000 feet of lumber...

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

V CI) WOT rgle 3sil stcrrfcm Columbia River Exports. i THE MARKETS, i'innurlnl. MISCELLANEOUS. c p. rvA-r. -ZX. MlirMKNTfl rOREIGN. ' A5T0KIA. OREGON: SUNDAY OCT. :S. 1881 f?0MMERGE -AND TRADE. if PORT OF ASTORIA. READY FOR SEA. IJarnoa Arrri, ir 1V. B03 tons. Kordeaux Oct 13 lj' ' SAILED - Columbia, at. 2721 tons Bolles S I. Oct 21 Areo br bk tti tons Hutubel Li erpool Oct 21 City of York, brjih. Adelaide. Oct If Temple Bar br bk 8SS tons Vaughn Rio Oct 17 Oitr of OhBster. S F Oct 17 Glaramara. Br bk Norton Newcastle Oct 11 Orecon ss. 2235 tons. Pohltnan. 8 F Oct20 Harvest Home BbkSI7 tons. Williams Queens Oct 10 Alpha, sch. .Starr. Tillamook hay Oct A T.ockett br hk McXoab Qneenstown Oct 6 Nairnshire,, Br bk. 1706 tons. Niven Queonstown Oct. 3 d - KateTiraiJaTenporL ah.- 12 .tons. Mallett meiuourne uct. 5. ARJil YALS FROM SEA. o Trougate Br bk S49 Campbell Adelaide Oct 22 Stinvora Br sh Mcintosh Panama Oct 22 1'am O'Shanter. bkt. S. T. Oct 21 Indiana, ship. UBtons Morrison N V Oct...

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 October 1881

& , CO ' W CT '?!lff '''O .Vstoria. Oregon. Wednesday Morning, October 26, 1881. Vol. XVI. i.1 U -'' Statin V"T Ift ti (4 1 ill m? vy Iff TR ANSFORTATION. A correspondent of the AVilla mette Parmer, who sijns himself "Transportation Student,'' lias the following to say on the question that now affects the general pros perity of the. whole Northwest. Reproducing it in this manner is sufficient evidence of our endorse enderse ment: In this letter T propose to consider the public improvements required to reduce the cost of transportation and the advantages we may expect to result from those improvements to farmers of Oretron and the Columbia river basin. The first in order, since we must consider Great Hritain as our great market for our staple pro duct, is the tianspoitation between the Columbia river and Europe. This now amounts at this writing to about sixtv-three cents per here and Riiirojie would not be .. . '. 1- t .1 nnih h. Nnn h raiip.isco and the .-, , , - .I. r : Columbi...

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 October 1881

(Z) gftc ga3 &sto& ASTORIA. OREGON: WEDNESDAY OCT. 28. ISSi J. F. HALLORAX .Ldlter. Riter Bars. At the Villard meeting in Port land last Saturday, Capt. II. C. Gorringe, who has accompanied that- gentleman in his tour of in spection, addressed those present on the subject of river obstruc tions. He thought that a channel 100 feet wide and 25 feet deep could be opened and maintained between here and Portland by dredging, at a first cost of $200, 000 and an annual expenditure of $50,000. He -would apply the same contrivance dredger to improve, the bar at the mouth of .. 'the river. Upon this- point he says: "I do not believe in con cen tracting: river channels in ofder to deepen them by the scouring of the current. This system has been iried repeatedly and has always failed in the end to attain the re sults aimed at. Every river brings down a certain amount of silt and deposits it somewhere. Tf you I prevent the" deposit by artificial " ' means where natural conditions invite ...

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 October 1881

(3) ti THE ASTORIAN. a he BuHb steiaii. ASTORIA, OREGON: - WEDNESDAY OCT. ;, ltJSl ISSUED EVERY MORNING. (Monday Excepted). J. F. HALLORAN & COMPANY. Pi'BMMir.if ani ri:on:iKTOif. Aslonnn BvVdhtg, Cass Street. Terms of Subscription : ii"vsd by Carrier, per week ..........25 Ceati ent by mail, four month".....-.-.... ..$S 03 ent by mail. one year.... ..... ....r........ 9 O-i Free of Postage to Subcribor5. " Advertisements inserted by tho yonr At ihe rate of SI oO per square per month. Transient advertising, by the day or week, Any (jent-s per square for each insertion. TIIECITY. Thk Daily astouxan will he rent by uiallttllocnt a nwnlh.JreeofjmnUuje. lluui er who contemplate alisence J rum the city cun have Thk Astohiak fallow tltrtn. Daily ir Wkkki.v edition to any jutt-ofice with out additional exiene. Adtire may he enanyed a often ax desired. Isave order at thr count luu room. Don't fail to see "'The New Mag dalen" to-night. The Roseburg Plaindealer is one of the brightest 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. — 26 October 1881

m . gto &fl& steimx. . ASTORIA. OREGON: v i . SWEDNtfSDAY.. OCT. 2G, 1881 GOMMERCEAND TRADE. TORT QF ASTORIA. Heady for sea. (irminiere. IJr bV. Thompson, Peru, Oct 23 JVitftinc llr bk Oct S3 SAILED Doiford. br bk. G82 tons. McDonald. Liverpool. via Victoria Oct 23 Buenos Ay res. Kr bk. 603 ton. Bordeaux Oct 16 Columbia, ss. 2721 tons Bolles. SF. Oct 2l Argo br bk 63 tons Hwubel Liverpool Oct 21 City of York. brsb. Adelaide. Oct IP TVmple Bar br bk S ton Vaugbn Kio Oct IT Oity oflOhaster. S ' Oct 1 GUruniaraTBr bk.Norton Newcastle Oct 11 Oregon s.223S tons. Pobbnan. S F Oct 20 Harvest Home BbV.MT tons. Williams Queeos- Oct 10 Alpba. ech. .Starr. Tillamook bay Oct S Lockett br bk McNoali Queenstown Oct 6 Nairnshire. Br bk. 170C tons. Niven Queenstoa-n Oct. 3. Kate L Davenport, ah. 121 tons. Mallett Melbourne Oct. 3. ARRl VALS FROM SEA . If a 'Philip Nelson Br sh Yokohama Oct l' Bm of California, ss. '200 tons. Debuey S K Oct 25. Olenraber Br bk Liverpool Oct 25 Kditb Lorne. b...

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 October 1881

V en Pl Pwlg !Afit0tiim Ki 0i ttJ3H2?J?.K 5 Ro&S. Vol. XV L Astoria. Oregon, Thursday Morniiii. October 27, 1881 .- THE -WHITMAN MONUMENT. The writer of the following - .oi-hundredths of its contributor! natural vegetation is suffered to, A u xVllfShjo'S mffiH '" "' """ '"'" !Q A"RDT FFRCHFN quests coIiY Emtou Astejiiax: In the Willamette Fanner of the 21st inst., is an article from Mrs. C. S. Pringle, one of the young " gills that were present at the Whitman massacre. Mr.s Pringle says that Mr. Sweairie is willing to give them two acres, and five years tobuild ..the monument, but he says he is not going to wait to eternit' for them to act. Allow ' me to explain, as I have heretofore done, what the difficulty in the way is: When the Pioneer and Histori cal Society of Oregon, incorporated. under thelaws of Oregon, com- fenced an effort to erect a monu- J the Willamette K inner to aim trie unanimous vine in uiu uccavun me rmiini in xmiiuii iLf i;nu.iPioin. Tnl-t. viii.H ' 1 ....I ...

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 October 1881

0) Mi v V ASTORIA. OREGON : THURSDAY.- -....OCT. 27. 18S1 J. F. HALLO RAX .dlIor. - - - JEstlmated Cost. T.mc Indianapolis Sentinel furn ishes.lsome . curious statistics re lative to the .sickness and death of Garfield: ; lie was shot- -on the 2d .day ofjjufv, died" on "the 19th of 'September, and was buried, or placed in a tomb, on the 2Gth of September in all eighty-five days. Congress will be called upon to defray the expenses of the sickness and of the funeral. It is also un derstood that Congress will bej called upon to vole a sum of money- to Mxs. Garfield. It will be"remeinbered that when the il lustrious Lincoln was assassinated -Congress managed to vote his widow a pension of 3,000 a year. It is quite probable tliat Congress will vote -Mrs. Garfield the full sal&ryfcof 'the -President -for the year, .which will give her, say S2o,000. An effort will be made to "give her a pension of 4s5,000. ySh'oilrt tliat be done, a demand win ne maue 10 increase jvirs. m colnV pension...

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