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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 3 November 1881

3 THE ASTOIttAN. glxc uUb slavism. ASTORIA, OREGON: TH UE5DAY- NOV. ISS1 ISSUED EVERY MORNING. (Monday Excepted), J. P. HALL.ORAN & COMPANY, . rtMi.Tiir.KS ami l'ltorjtumoKS. Astonan JJuUdliig, Cass Street. Terms of Subscription : served by Carrier, per week............i'3 Conte dent by mail, fouf months...... ........S-'i 0 Sent ly mail, one year................... . S 00 Free of Postage to Subscribers. " Advertisements inserted by the year at the rate of Si 3) per square per month. Transient advertising, by the day or week, fifty cente per squnro for each insertion. THEOH?Y. Tub Daily AvrouiA.v will he nut lnj mail tit?rcentamonth.frccof pottage. Jieaii er who contemplate absence from the city cwi ftdftj Tiik- Astoriax fallow them, Daily r W'KKKtv uULUm to anu jvtxt-nitiee. with out udditiOtinl expcnt Addrte man te eiuiuyeti ax 4Uca a desired. LcHire order at the ennutina rtnnn. Any persona knowing themselves indebted to this office will confer a favor by calling around betwee...

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. — 3 November 1881

0.) ee .njfi-um.' u wttunMi9&maelirmm)m SJw iiTtfjg gustos mi. ASTORIA. OREGON: THURSDAY- NOV. 3. 1881 GOMMEB(XAHD TRADE. . PORT OP ASTORIA. READY FOR SEA. TempleOJarTir bk 8!H Holies. Liverpool Oct Si DorbrsKirc. Rr sli. 10 tons. .Jones. Qtiecnatoun Oct 23 Lanark sbin. br bk 7sl tois. Livingstone. U. IC Oct 23 Mary Low Rrbk Alexander Qnetuitown Oct 2." Taitsins Rr bk U. K. Oet :2 SAILED Portland, bkt Uace S F Nov 2 City of York, lir sli, U. K. Nov -CSrasraere. Rr bk. Thompson. U. 1C Nov 2 titat. of California, ss. iM tons. Debiiey. S X Oct 30. Umatilla. es.aiH) tons. W'ortu. X Y Oct. 27 Doxford. br bk. M2 tons. .McDonald, Liverpool. ia Victoria Oct JZ Ruenos Ayres. Fr bk. Cf)i tons. Rordesux Oct IS Arro br bk Chitons lluiubel l.iterpool Oct 21 Temple liar br bk b"S ton Vaucbn Rio Oct 17 Glaramara. Rr bk Norton Newcastle Oct 11 Oregon is. 2335 tons. Pnblraan. S V Oct'Jl llartesl Home R bk 517 tons.. Villia:n tmin- Oct 1(1 Al;ilia,cli. Starr. Tillamook lay Oct Lockelt'br bk McNoa...

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 November 1881

CO waim w& W JW Jr JrJlll' J- lr Vol. xvi. Astoria, Oregon. Friday Morning, November 4, 1881. No. 30. THE RICH MAN IN POLITICS. A representative of the Astor family "is a Senator in the New York Legislature. Mr. Astor comes of what may be called a hereditary millionaire family. The original Astor emigrated from Ger many to New York in 17S3 and engaged in the fur trade, becom ing ultimately the richest man in America. For a long time lie was the sole millionaire of the country. He stood clearly against the hori zon as a financial Colossus. He was surrounded for the most part by pecuniary pigmies, who had no more at the outside than $100, 000 to their names. The Astors are now overtopped by many men who had little or nothing twenty or thirty years ago. .But whether they will hold to their possessions with the same ; tenacity is another thing. The Astors have evidently been actu ated by the ambition to found a family. Their wealth, constantly increasing, has been handed down from 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. — 4 November 1881

C2J gftc Irnl gte.tniu ASTOKl A. OREGON: FRIDAY NOV. 4. 1881 .1. K. HALI.ORAX. .Editor. Tho Astoria Land Grant. The following is a brief resume of the leading points in the history of the land grant; a grant, the provisions of which have never been complied with, and whicli is to-day and probably till declared forfeited bv congress will continue to be, a blockade on the develop ment and settlement of the coun try that it embraces. Jn 1870 congress grunted t the Oregon Central Ii. R. Co. land between McMinnville and Astoria for the purpose of aiding in the construc tion of a railroad and telegraph line from Portland to Astoria, with a branch from a suitable point of junction at. or near Forest Grove to McMinnville. The road was to be completed in six years. Soon after, tin- O. C. Ii. R. Co. placed two mortgages upon the land, road, etc., one to Latham and Atherton, the ether to Ship man and Barton. The latter was released last August; the first still stands uncanceled. The road has 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. — 4 November 1881

0 THE ASTORIAN. ASTORIA, OREGON: FRIDAY NOV. 1, 1SS1 ISSUED EVERY MORNING. (Monday Excepted!, J. P. HALLORAN & COMPANY, PUIILISHKRS AMI I'KONtlKTOKl. Astitrtan lihltn, Cass Street. Terms 0 Subscription : served by Carrier, ier week.- .2j C6nta lont ly mail, fourniontha....... .33 W ient liy mail, one year.... ........-.......... 9 Otf Free of Postage to Subscriber. r Advertisements uiBorted by tbc yoar at the rato of 31 30 ier square per montb. Transient advertising, by tho day or week, fifty cents per square for each insertion. THEOITY. Thk I1AII.V Astokian trill be nent by matlntlocenU n month, free oj jinlane. Rend er irio contenudalr absence from the city can Aiirr The AsrouiAN' follow than, Daixa ot Wkkki.y edition In any pimt-itfflce ictth- out additional erpente. Adaree. mail be cnn.ijeA a often nx fefrtvf. virr order at the counting nnun. Steamer day Oregon up, Colnm bia down. Livelier than erer along the wharves. Over a Bcoro of vessels in the harbor; four outside. Coon...

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 November 1881

U) b aeaujjLj-iB8gaiBM-uumuiiL.iUJMeKg! j-l ..i-m 'ji .a fcjtiijijjjpwsaytiiiiHBBBBBBlBBWBMBHMMHBBBBHB Jto aijfij &si0jtfsH. ASTORIA. OREGON: FRIDAY. ....NOV. 4, 1B81 COMMERCEAHD TRADE PORT OF ASTORIA. READY FOR SEA. Temple Bar Br bk 893 Holies Liverpool Oct 2S Derbyshire, lir sh. 1390 tons. Jones. Queenstown Oct 23 Lanarkshire, br bk 791 tons. LHiogstone. U. K . War' Low lirbk Alexander Quecnstown Oct 2 TftitsinR Br bit U. K. Oct S3 SAILED Portland, bkt. Gace S F Not 2 City of Vork. br sh. U. K. Nov 2 Grasmere. Br bk. Thompson, U. K. Nov 2 State ot California, ss. '200 tonB. Debner. S F Oct 20. Umatilla. ss.SOOO tons. Worth. N Y Oct, 27 Doxiord. br bk. 32 tons. McDonald. Liverpool. via Vjctoria Oct 23 Buenos Ayres. Vr bk. COS tons. Bordeaux Oct IC Areo br bk C3i tons llumbel Liverpool Oct 21 Temple Bar br bk 9SS torn Vausbn Rio Oct 17 (laramars. Br bk Norton Newcastle Oct 11 Oreeon ss. 233A tons. Pohlman. S F Oct 20 Harvest Home B bk SIT tons, 'Williams Queens- Oct 10 Alpba. sc...

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 November 1881

C! & styty' iy V MJJr - top v Vol. xvi. Astoria, Oregon. Saiur.lay Morning, November 5, 1881 No. 31. PARNELL'S LANGUAGE. Parneil's Wexford speech is what excited the wrath of Gladstone and Forster, and caused his arrest. The sharp points of that speech are reported as follews: "Xot content with maligning the Irish, the Premier maligned John Dillon. No misrepresenta tion was too patent, too mean, too low for him to stoop to, and it was a good sign that this masquerad ing knight errant this pretended champion of the liberties of every nation except those of the Irish nation should be obliged to throw off the mask and stand revealed as the man who, by his own utter ances, was prepared to carry fire and sword into their homesteads unless they humbled and debased themselves before him and before the landlords of the country. lie proceeded to declare that he would insist on tenants getting the bene fits of all the improvements to which the' were entitled under the clause introduced in...

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 November 1881

K - "&&.ZZ22ss 2 () i ill i LiiiVJJ.Ur.wjjjujju i.ii miouuujm.J.Li-jwucn,i .ejiiiiLjt-raPgggcei lc gaHy s tartan. ASTORIA. OREGON: SATURDAY NOV. 1881 J. F. HALI.ORAV rrtllor. Correct. Tin: Leviton Teller correctly says: ''We have heard some men say it is WJl policy to criticize the public acts of Mr. Yillard -while he is at the head of so much capital which is beinir employed in the construction f railroads in the North West. But in the matter of the Northern Pacific, we regard his position and acts as legitimate subjects of fair criticism as much so as we would the acts of any senator or representative in con gress who is answerable to the people for their acts a fleeting 1 ho good or evil of his constituents. The Northern Pacific is the peo ple's great highway, being paid for -with tlie people's land, and they have a deep interest in its early construction, and in its sub serving the purposes for which the people pledged their lands, and not to subserve the purposes of the...

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. — 5 November 1881

(3 ASTORIA, OREGON: SATURDAY NOV. 18S1 ISSUED EVERY MORNING. (Monday ICxceUcd. J. F. HALLORAN & COMPANY, rri:i.iMii:i:- ,m Pi:oi'i:nrroi:s. . Atonnu iinUflin'f, Cass Strut. Terms of Subscriptien: served hy Carrier, per week .25 Cents cnt Ity mail, four months... .. . ..il 00 joqi liy mail, uno year..... ................. 9 i)ti Froa of Postase to Subscribers w Advertisements inserted by the year at the rate of $1 o(l per square per month. I'ransient advertising, by tho day or week, rifty cents nor square for each insertion. THEJ31TY. Tiik I)ti. astokia.v mil lr unit ly mail nt "Scent i month, freeof po!auc Ituui ;. wh Cintcmitlatcalicnci from the city can have Tiik Astouia follow them. Daily or Wkkklv edition to anu post-ojfjee with out oMitionat entente. Addresses mayltc entititfrd ax mtt : a desired. Isarc order at Hi? ctiutilinu mom. The City of Chester went to sea yesterday. It isn't so very long now to Thanksgiving. Heaven was made for the people who fail in this life. "Chi...

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 November 1881

LLI) r-r-rnr i i i ymA.m-mwjJt'-um a i m& gailu sictfimi. ASTOKIA. 0KEG03: SArrrntDAY- NOV. o, issi . . ' 'GOMMERCEJHD TRADE. TOUT OF ASTORIA. HEADY FOR SEA. Tf miilo Br Br bk 893 llolles Liverpool Oct 2S Derbyshire. Br sh, 1350 tons. Jones. Queenstown Oct 21 Lanarkshire. brlk7"4 tois. L"nioone. U. K. Oct 23 Marj Low Br bV Alexander Quconstown Oct 2.' Taitrtng Br bfc U. K. On SAILED Columbia, sw. 2721 tons Bolles. S I'. Nor 4 Oity of Chester. S t' Nor 4j Portland, bkt. Gace S F Nov 2 City of York, br sh, V. K. Nov 2 Grasmere. Br bk, Thompson. U. K. Nov 2 Stato of California, ss. '00 torn. Debnejr. S V Oct 30. Umatilla, ss. 2000 tons. Worth. X Y Oct. VT Doxford. br bk. GJ tons. McDonald. Liverpool. via Victoria Oct S3 Buenos Avres. Fr bk. BH tons. Bordeaux Oct K Atzo br bk CS-1 ton llumbel Liverpool Oct 21 Temple Bar br bk 85S torn Yaushn Kio Oct 17 Claramara. Br bkXortoti Newcastle Oct II II an est Home Uhk.MT tons, Williams Queens- Apiia.isch. Marr. Tillamook bay Oct H f.ockett...

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 November 1881

en Pftiilt r. .Istoria, Oregon. Sunday Morning November 6, 1881. No. 32. Vol. xv r. TELLING THE TRUTH. j "You can't live three hours audi tell the exact truth throughout that time without getting yourself into -trouble," said a gentleman; to me a few days since. I didn't flush, though I fell like so doinjr; but soon recovered suf ficiently to retort tersely, "Don't judge all men by yourself." A provoking grin o vet spread his features as he said, "I repeat it; should you follow such a course you would be a lit subject for a lunatic asylum before night," and then he cooly explained: First he mollified my troubled spirit by say ing that he regarded me as the emblem of veracity, and when I murmured, "You flatter me," re iterated his belief. Hut the idea he wished to convey was that no person could express the dictations of their own conscience without involving themselves in a scrape before long. He had never tried the experiment himself but would be pleased to have me do so. Oh, would...

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 November 1881

O) gftc SaUB gtetatu ASTORIA. OREGON: SUNDAY NOV. 0, 1881 i:lllur. .!. F. II.ll.LOUA.... How il Looks to Ship Masters. A i.kjtki: signed by the i-uj- tains of ix vcsit'ls, four of whom art' now iviu ai mis poit, lias been sent to the Liver pool Mercury for publication. A copy of the letter has been fur nished the Oregoniau. Ye repro duce it from the columns of our contemperary: Pout i. vi, 0..v, -Nl'. t, lssi. To Ute Editor of tin: LIwihh1 Mvivury: For the futute uidanee of ship owners and master coming to this port we request you will be kind enough to insert this letter in your paper. IJeing interested in the shipping world, it behooves us to state that the exorbitant prices charged at this port surpasses a 113' that have ever come before our notice. The freights, however, we will allow at the present time are very good. But to counteract this the danger connected with the bar, the. pilot age and steam expenses on the river, are such that they literally swallow all the profits. Th...

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 November 1881

0) !hc JJnUu Asta.Unv ASTOKIA, OREGON: SUNDAY NOV. i;. ISSI ISSUED EVERY MORNING. ' (Monday Excepted), J. F. HALLORAN &, COMPANY, !'iMci.!!ifKi:h ami li:oiMtijn'oi:. Axfonan It uiUlhvj, Cass Street. Terms of Subscription : iervd.l Ly CArrier. per wetK...........'.5l'e&t3 -ont by mail, fmir month........... .?'' X) Sunt hy mail, one year .................. 00 rrota of 1'usuisd to iub'cribar.. "" Advertisements inserted by th year at ihe rate of Si 3i porsrjuaroper month. transient advertising, by the day or weak, Sfty cenw per square for each insertion. THECITY. riiK DAILY ATOi:iAN will In ntul ly tnalliU"tcnti a month, frcenf jioslagc. liewU eri who contemplate a!iencr from I he city con ftiiiv Tiik Adroit i.vx follow them. Duly r Wkekly nlithmx In any ;o-o7ice with out additional cT)tiie. Addrztse may he enuivjea n often a desired. Leave ordern at ttif conulinu r.x.ni. Charter's baths are ready this ninnjinir. There are 8fver.il letters lieltl for postage at the post-otlice...

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 November 1881

CM) gfe gatfg stowtou. ASTORIA. OREGON: SUNDAY. ...NOV. G. JSSt fCOMHERCEAHD TRADE. TOUT OF ASTORIA. READY FOR SEA. , Temple liar Cr bi. bW Hollos Lirerpool Oct 23 Derbyshire. Kr sta. 1330 tons Joiie. Oueeutown Oct 2s" l.siiail.liire. lirlik TSl ten-. Lirinjtone. V. K. Oct Iar. Low lir liU Alexander Qneonstotvn Oct A Tait-flnK lir bk U. K. Oct V2 SAILED Columbia. ss. 2721 tons Bolles 8 1'. Nor 4 City or Chester. S t' Nor 4 ' Portland, bkt. Gage S F Not 2 City of York, br sh. U. K, Nov 2 Crasinere. lir bk. Thompson. U. K. Nov 2 Umat ilia. ss. SO00 tons. Worth. N Y Oct. "it Dorord. br bV. f. tons McDonald. Lirentool. via Victoria Oct 23 Buenos Ayres. Fr bk. E03 tone. Kordeur Oct 1C Arso br bk 6S' ton llutubcl Liverpool Oct 2t Temple Kir br bk 8?8 ton. Vaughn Rio Oct 17 (."larauiara. Ur bk Norton Newcastle Oct 11 Harvest Homp V. bk .17 tons. Williams Queens. Oct l'J Alpha, sell. Starr. Tillamook bay Oct i l.ockett br bk McNoah Queenstowii Oct ( Nairnshire. KrlbV. 170G tons. Niren Qneei...

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. — 8 November 1881

f-J o - -J1 J-.1 -a- l , . .--" jrt, .QOCt r "v I .-MftM. Tf: Vol. XVI. Astoria, Oregon. Tuesday Mornina:. November 8, 1881. So. -33'. bt statin EADS SHIP RAILROAD. ! , Dhe idea of Eads is, that wher ever a-eanal can be dug to float a ship, a railroad can be built to carryfii ship;-and. strange and novel as the idea sounds upon its first mention, the most sober minded and competent engineers of this country and of England declare that it is scientifically sound and quite practicable. The value of a new idea may. generally be gauged by the host of objections which are made against it, and it wonld bo too long to catalogue the unnumbered diffi culties which non professional critics have raised. "While, on the I one hand, the loaded ship is sup posed to have so tremendous a weight as to crush in the road-bed, we are told that it is so lifjht that it can not stand" the exnosuro f . f. . . . . ,!.. -T ..i.' ! us sunace 10 uie winci. 3iiicai- tains have declatcd that the seams would dry 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. — 8 November 1881

C2) ii ijj ' mi" i j i nnrci rm rr iM tuLim.unj9w sijl&u ML-m jui.1 .?". iu" gfoc SIuUb Qslzxinn. ASTORIA. OREGON: TUESDAY NOV. S, 1881 .1. F. MAIXORA.V...... Editor. The Opium Habit. Statistics show that the opium habit in this country is fast becom ing a national vice. In 1871, 37, S24 lbs of opium were imported, valued at 353,334; in 1SS0, 77, 19G lbs were imported, valued at j73,?9G. The indulgence of the habit among the sexes is vastly disproportional, ten men smoking it to the one woman who becomes the slave of the body and soul destroying drug. Some smokers have been known to consume three ounces in a single day, and the chronic 'fiends' will, it is al leged, dispose of a pound and a quarter in the same space of time. Smokers prefer the opium dens to their own rooms, partly because the pipes in the dens are so thor oughly impregnated with opium by their constant use that they seem to have a more decided effect than less frequently used pipes; and partly for the sake of th...

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. — 8 November 1881

ri ; ghc ' QsXvxXmu ASTORIA, OREGON: TUESDAY NOV. S. 1S51 'ISSUED EVERY MORNING. (Monday hxceptod), J." F. HALLORAN & COMPANY, Pl'lIM-IIKi:- ASH I'llUl'IlH-Timr. Axtttriun Building, Cass Street. Terms of Subscription : served by Carrier, per weei:.........23 Cents Seal by mail, four uionth.......... .S3 OO iat by mail, wie year... .............. 00 Froe of Postage to Subscribers. Advertiseaionts inserted by the year at the rate of 31 .0 per square per month. Transient advertising, by the day or week, a fry cents tier square for each insertion. . THEJDITY. Tub Dailv Astorian" icill )e netit by maiUtt'Ttctnt amonth.freenf jnttagc. Head er it ho con'smiilalc absence from the city can have Tmk Astoktax fallow them, l)u.v or Wkkklv rdition to any pwt-nffice with out ttddittonnl trpente. Addregxe amy lie cfl.jfifrtt a ofteii ax drxircd. nrc oj rfrr.t of tiir conutUiu room. T-htPLuigards arc playing at Port land. Tlie Indiana was towed iiypsler day afternoon. - The Clatsop cranberry cr...

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. — 8 November 1881

. CM) ijin Lj j jiwBtHopwiMJ"ummJi' .Lmuiufciajwi mujwJjwi-j..uJjiiMjmmi ? gltc gailaj &stajctew. ASTORIA. OREGON: TUESDAY.. ..NOV. 8, 1881 COMMERCE AHD TRADE. PORT OF ASTORIA. READY FOR SEA. Scot ii.1i Kmsht. Br. )k Sli tons, ijnecnototrn Nm 8 HnuUtield Krbk Qufcaitonn Xov 8 Oberon Br liL. Ilslitons. Queentovru Nov S ItMifrnwshirc ISr h William. QueenMown .ovS Philip Nelon Rrs-h QupenMown Nov S aptcr Brsh 9Z Vilon Queeustown Not Strathblane Br fill Que enstown Xov S Temple Kar Br hi. 8 Holies Liverpool Oct 03 llnrliysliire. UrTli. ISJO ton?. Jones. Queensi own Oct 2b Lanarkshire. lr lk ' Oc;t 2S , , "1 tons. Livingstone. IT. K. Maryjjow UrLlnAlexander Queenstown Oct2I TftilsinR Br bk U. K. Oct t3 SAILED. Columbia. cs. 2721 tons BoUei 8 I. Not C (lily of Chester. S " Nov d Portland, bkt. Uaee S V Nov 2 Cit of York, br f-h, U. K. Noi 2 ( irasjuere, Kr bk, Thompson. U. K. Nor 2 Umatilla. ss.SOOO tons. Worth. N Y Oct. 27 iToxrqrd. br blc. BK ton. AIcDonalil, Liverpool, via Victoria...

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 November 1881

Q-) 1 l? 'is; c i - Vol. XVI. Astoria, Oregon. Wednesday M omin:. November D, 1881. NJo. 34 jmu itiJUi" u lV jw ji ' iiMfr & i THE OLEOMARGARINE PERIOD The-Burlingioii Hawkeye, in an editorial in reference to the action of the Pennsylvania Legislattnc which passed an act compelling hotels and restaurants that used oleomargarine on their tables-, to display the notice, "Imitation but ter used here,1' but which -was ve toed by the Governor, thus: Are we ready lor this reform, dearly beloved? Ir would be sor row to our souls to go into the store of the grocer we love and trust, (and who likewise trusts us,) and read here and there, and as required by law, "This coffee is half peas and the lost chicory." "There is some .sand in this sugar." "New maple sugar, five year.- old." "Explosive kerosene oil." 'Adul terated baking powder." uMierable flour." It wouldbedishearteniugbut some of us-would have to come to j it. Are the merchants of America, those most estimable men, ready to placa...

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 November 1881

6-! 0.) BW i ASTORIA. OREGON: WEDNESDAY- NOV. !i, ltWl .1. F. HALLO K.IS EdMor. The Jury System. Tin: present discussion going on relative to the absurdity of any attempt to get an "unprejudiced,'' and at the same time an "inteXli "ent' jury in the Guiteau tase. brings up the manifold objections to and imperfections of our present system of trial by jury. Tis now above a thousand years, since Alfred instituted the plan, and though in that ap:e and time the substitution for ordeal or trial at arms was a great step forward, yet, in our advanced nineteenth century civilization the wonder is that some more uniform system of justice has not been devised be fore this. Tt requires all the ven eration which age inspires for this mode of dispensing justice and all that eminent men have said of its value to practice, to prevent our natural reason from revolting against the system, and especially some of its incidents. If a culti vated Oriental were told for the Fust timo that a nation which c...

Publication Title: Daily Astorian, The
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