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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 9 November 1881

0 She 5.Uu .stavlaiju ASTORIA, OREGON: WEDNESDAY NOV. f). 1SS1 ISSUED EVERY MORNING. i Monday Efceitod,. .T. P. HALLORAN & COMPANY, IVism-hki:- ai r::niM:iin.oi:s. Axeman BtiUdiwj, Cass Sit red. Terms of Subscription : sorvod by Carrier. per irosk. ..... 25 Cents t by mail, four innnth4.... -..J: 00 Seat, hi mail. cs) rear. ! 1J Froo of l'osino to Subscribers. Advertisements msorted by the yexr at the rate of $1 50 por square per month. Transiont advertising, by (he day or week, dFty cents per square for each insertion. THECITY. Thk Daily astohian n-itt he tent hy tiuiilntiaceutit a month. Jrecnf jwlagc. Head er who conlnnplotaUeiice from Vic city can iiv Thk AroKiAX follow them. Daily or Wkkkia rddion to tniy pod-office with out ,iddlliOiial xpene. Address may he cMirjed a often n-s (f wircd. Isarc order at int connUno room. - -Forly-seven vessels in the river. Steamer day; California nj, Ore gon down. Adler still continues to get the latest novelties. Max. Wagners San Francisc...

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 November 1881

Cj ; UMJ8MfclUlHU I.HIIIII HillWBMWBi ggBI gfe gaxTij g-stoaw. ASTORIA. OREGON: WEDNESDAY- NOV. 9. 1881 CDMIViEBCEANQ TRADE. PORT OF ASTORIA. HEADY FOE SEA. SfloItMl Knikt. Kr. M. 91J tons. lH"mt..wn Niv s lSaulffolil HrliV. Qnpnstown Nov s Olwrun l!r 1U. J!" ton. )utrenittiv:i Xov s KcnffuwriMr Ilr t Witlins, QiiPeiirtown .Nov S r)tilil XolsoH UrMi Quwn-4ouii Xo n vsi4or UrfcUVJ WiIon IJiiwnstoirn Nov s Stratbbheie V.r li Queen4ovrn Nov S Tainnle liar Br lk M Roll, Liverpool Ooti-i Dnrliysliirr. I! H. 130 tous. .lone. Queens! nn Oct 2s l.anarWe.re. In M. "St tpis. Lninsstooe. U. K. Oct " Mary Low Br M: Alexander Que.-nstonn Oct2 Taurine Jlr U U. K. Oct i SAILED Columbia, f-s. 27-1 tons Holies S 1". Jw.v 4 Jit of Chester, h i" Nor 4 1'orll.inJ. bit (.ase S 1" Nov 2 "itj of York, br bh, L. IC No 2 ('rasiucre. l!rlib.Tlioinp3on. U. K.Nov2 Umatillo. s.SC?0 tons. Worth, N V Oct. 27 Doxfonl. br bl. 2 tons. McDonald. Liverpool. ta Victoria Oct 25 RuenoAro-.i"rbl. ufKton-. KordcaasOrt lfi ...

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. — 10 November 1881

CO 'Bmy & tlti Vol. xvi. Astoria. Oregon. Thursday Morning, November 10, 1881 No. 35. UMATILLA RESERVATION. There is probably not a finer or! more productive tract of land in Oregon than that embraced within the limits of the Umatilla reserva tion. Several attempts have been made to get rid of the Indians, and much have been promised by some of our members in Congress, but nothing accomplished. The entire reservation from Pendleton to Centerville, u distance of 30 miles, is good land, in fact the very best that can be found anywhere. Pendleton, the county seat of Umatilla, is rapidly improving, and it wotdd do so . much faster were it not from the fact that the reservation runs into the town, and a portion of it is located 5n lands claimed by the Indians. The title to the town site ought to be quieted as soon as possible, and we are confident that the Govern ment could make acceptable terms with the Indians to get them to give up their tribal relations and talce up farms. This 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. — 10 November 1881

GO i vu.um.trmetmmmi i 5ta lutg stasia. ASTORIA. OREGON : Positively Dreadful. NEV A DVERTISEMEXTS. MISCELLANEOUS. Mi:. Yu.i.Ai:r has recently inacie j , C(T , t .. uiaffiiificenldAnatioflRto our.statn W ,nfl BVHW HI AUGIKUO. . . .,. ' University we have no ground j THURSDAY... NOV.K is8ii?6n wliioli to impugn Wsmotiros, -.. . tgp ?1 s.. . , 'rmt wc are Mispicioii of thorn. r ' ,lld ' l,w " r .1. f. iliop. in r.ditor. 1 'Jge Deady is one 6f the xrnf s , . ., -. of the Univcrsirv and thrmisflu l 7VJ,L,;,t' "V-V'tK '"r "" t'onsistencr. i mu l"ese gilts have been m.nto t - jJudue Deadv presides over thei Wreck and Wreckage of the British A. Good many well moaning , District Court of the United Staled ! persons often shrink from an hon ' the O. H. k X. Co. has frequent j Iron Bark "Lamruerlaw,' st expression of their opinio.,.,, suits in that tnbunal-Mr. ViH.m s; lie um, h,, ,Jh. ,.,,,, because, having expressed (.ou. gi suiely uill not prejudge the .to.BB.w.T. AN.,.,h l omirt :iraiti;i...

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. — 10 November 1881

C3 ghc iin.Uu torlau, ASTORIA, OKEGON: THURSDAY NOV. 10. 1831 ISSUED EVERY MORNING. f.Muuday Excoitod., J. F. HAL.LOEAN & COMPANY, rifRMSHRi: AMI l'KOrKIKTOns. Atlorinit, IJuUdhnj, Caw trat. Terms of Subscription : mivoil by Carrier, per weok .... MH Cents nr ly mail, four month ...... 5 00 jo liy mnil,"cnB year... ...... ...... .... 9 0i free of Posinze to Subscribers. Advertisements insorted by the year at he rate of SI 5l per sijuare ier month. rr-iasientailvertuinj:, by tho day or week. 6 fly eonts iter square for each insertion. THEJ3ITY. "Thk Daily astokian will he enl hu mail atr cent a month, frctuj jvtaije. Head er who contemiAatcahtenccfroni the city can tutve Thk Astokian follow them. Daily ar Wkkkly edition tn any poxl-opce with out additional expense. Addrssre maul tfuiiued a nftT. a attired. Itare ord'r at ttw. cniiiitxiiu rmm. The Napier was taken tluwn to bar anchorage yesterday. J. 1. Smith was elected Mayor of Vancouver last Monday. Seattle manufacturers have a...

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. — 10 November 1881

00 !.. w.-itt-v,- .i mrfiaij i ji nririiTirii ijVj gfe aalxj s-tortmu 2t c3 ASTORIA. OREGON: THURSDAY- SOY. 10, 1S81 GQMISBEBGE AND TRADE. PORT OP ASTORIA. HEADY FOR SEA. itdith heme. Br bl.. Qacttowii. Xor ! Hankfield Jlrlik Quoentown Xor S Oburon lir lk. ISSt) tons, IJueenstown Xov Ueiifrew-it'iire ISr -li Wiilistn, Qaenstv..ii Xov & Xapiw JJr rfi Sm Yljlon "ijupenstown Xov 5 StratttMatu; Br ah Hntov-'n Xov 8 Twrle liar IJr okSHBetle-j lvcrpool Oct SJ irli-4tirf. Ilr sh. ! tons. .Tonr s. QuM-ntwn Getty Tatata- l!r bk C. II- Oct .2 SAILED Camma IJr bl: UK Xov S 'Orecon cs. 235 tons. Poalmaa. S F Xov s Mary Low Br bk Alexander Qaeongtown Xov 9 Lanarkshire. lr bk 79 tons. Livingstone. V. K. Xov a PbJJip Xel-son Ursfc Qunonstowu Xov i Kcettisii Knizbt. lir. bk SH2 tons. QuBfcstowa Xev ! Cult-.n-.bwi. ss. STJl tons Hollos S T. Xov 1 Octy of Cfcest-ar. S r Xov ; Portland, bkt, Gaco S T Xov 2 Ohyo Yk. br Mi. U. K Xov -2 5r3iers. IJrblf. Tbomjiaon. U. fLXofr Umatilla. . 3W9 ton'-. Wor...

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 November 1881

CO ..m ..j- . ,.j.. jn i, ..., i, ui'Mii'm "fftV I '.III J-HB . KM 1 '"&. O'i a&&i - 1?rS 1 ttrV -t' ii -Ml W-f' ff .A- -v. A. S ! ?, is ,y m j m e a23R' " j .'V. ' :v r Wv1 Vol. XVI. Astoria, Oregon. L'n!ay. Morning November il, 1881 STo. 3(5 JJ .: - -r-r - L 71 Ws3 J fa I JUP JJL Ufc''A. ,'t v ..i'" - . v-- s-- -j- x yy ' ' ' 11 I,.. v IMMIGRATION. The California Board of Trade are taking steps toward further in- ducemenl lor immigration. A re- nmL toMmnd settino- forth thai t . , n. -i oo no-i -. aiuonnawiiiuuiis io,.oi equate miles within its oomeis ana ;;u. 000,000 of acres of public lands surveyed, in addition to a iaige quantity of unsurveyed public lands, and furthermoi e a very large quantity held by private owners or corporations who ha e assured the committee that they are ready and willing to divide it into small farms and homesteads, regrets the fact that there are but 800,000 inhahi. tants, in a State which has room for 20,000,000. ().n of this j-nial! popu...

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 November 1881

) T ghc latfg JSsiotfaa, ASTORIA. OREGON: FRIDAY NOV. 11, 1831 . t. HAIXOKAV Editor. Cau Be Bone. The Mississippi Improvement Convention which met in St. Louis on the 26theult., made a powerful plea for Government help and ad journed, sine die. The convention claims that by reason of the ex tent and population of the Mis- j sissippi valley, that section has a right to immediate and substantial recognition and aid in the matter of deepeniug river channels. The statement was made that thn At lantic coast system contains 20, 008 square miles; the Pacific coast system SW.oli square miles; the Northern Lake system GS5,337 square miles, and the Mississippi j vallev system 1,:JU,00. "Ad- .,. , . ,. . . ., uu tung this claim to be correct, ' s . ' .-.ays the Oregonian, "the import- ance of the Paeific coast system is readily seen, and as the Columbia river drains the greater and most desirable part of this great system, the improvement of its channel becomes the second great work tf nationa...

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 November 1881

(3) ghc JihUb sstomu, ASTORIA, OREGON: riti day Nov. 1:. 1SS1 ISSUED EVERY MORNING. (Monday Excontedi. .7. F. HALLO RAN & COMPANY. rrKLiHiiKKri ami I'iroi'nnrrni:.. Astorian JiuUdimj, diss Street. Terms of Subscription : served by Carrier, per week ...... .23 Cents lent ly mail. fourmonth...... ...-..? W nl Ity mail, one year- ......... M ikJ Free of Postas-'o to subscribers. &- Advertisement? inserted by the year at Le rate of 51 .V ior sqmiro per month. Tnin-ient advertising, by tho day or week, afty rents ier square for each insertion. THEJDITY. I'hk Daily astokiav irill he cut hj mutt at 7r cnt n vinnlh.frrc of jxtf-lngc. Hrrui sn wliit coiifrtiiiihttf alienee J nun the eiiu con imrr Thk AsroitiATV follow ihnn. Daily Wkkkly siUlltmx t ami iul-i!lee with out iidilitioiuil eriwnc Aildree mail he tit i iiiitf ax o ten a iirWi'Ai. tsarc order ot tin" etiimttna room. The bail: Almini Robinson i.s out side. Tlie Uatry Morse has completed her curi anil will clear io-day. W. N. ...

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 November 1881

00 3&j3nav Stefem. ASTORIA. OREGON: friiVa.. SOY.lh JSSl "lolMEBCE AUD TRADE. PORT OF ASTORIA. -' heady run SEA. ( t. Kditli l.fM-He. ISr !!.. Qu-pntbVii. Nov Ji t'Mlaxriit Rrlik Qurci'itonu Nov S (iron ISr 1K. 11 SO tons. Queciislowa Nor .s ItMiifrHHIiin Hr fclj Williams. Qucpiistoun Nov : vatH-r llrshSW Wilson Queeiistuini Nov S stratlililane l!r sli Queentovrn No S Towiilf liar Ur lk SM Holies Liverpool Oct 5s lVilirshiw. ISr sli. I&io Ions. .Ton-.'Qnentouu OetS-. Tftil-wnc Ur liL Crouiyton U. K- Ort : - SAILED (uiomaJJrtlit ,UfK JNov tt Oregon ssJ2.tonB?Polilm4n. S F Not H Mary Iow Ur Mc Alexander Queentown Nov 9 l.stmrJ.-liirlir lik "II Ions. Livingstone. V. K. N.n IMiilip NoImiii ISrslt ('wenstown Nov ! Scott mil Ktnjrlit. l!r. )l all tons. Qucenstonn Na ! (Sulumltia. So 2721 tons Holies. S I. Nov 4 Oil oLObestor, S lfJSov i P-irtUndliVt (mSI'KovJ Oily of York. lir-sh. U. 1C Nov 2 CrAMuorc, ISr lil;. Thompson. U.K. Nov 2 I'mat ilia. ss.3i(Ml tons. Worth. N Y Oct. .T I'...

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 November 1881

CO T-p. I J-e.w - .r; WSIh JKO-itf ,- - It 'OK . ;:h3 YF5i f- .rW"l--' ? Vol. XVI. Astoria, Oregon, Salimlay M online:, November 12, 1881. NTo. 31. .. jflilAA TOO AWFUTiIir UTTER. . him. wrapped in admiration, while A Deadwood Man's Interview with a Brooldyn GirL at Brooklyn hospitality in not pro i vidinar 4tanl boxo- for lraii:ror.-. great ileal .f oiierirv, hut is a.-. .tloj.r.v " J.... Km-iiiMlit'il Itooms to Let MISCELLANEOUS ho fell into a rev erie. and wondered 1 scattering a an old-fashioned ?l -"-. n l al -: ccnrit.. In-, At Mrs. MniKnifs lodging house. quire nf .1. 0. A. IUiWLKV. r oumt. l'e.llV aid a. Deadwood man, who had just been introduced to a Brooklyn girl, and who Itad been Tree Press. A Jury Room Incident The intelligence of the average double-barrelled shotgun. He has devoted himself too larrelv to j politics to rive his nrofe-oion that , , I" frM f !!. tiraham. a lmiv. 1 . . J Call at Ihi othee. prim property aim j attention it should have received;! jm char-rc....

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 November 1881

r oo gfte SitilB g-storiim. ASTORIA. OREGON: SATURDAY NOV. 12, 18S1 J. F. HALLO K AX. ....Editor. Anti-Monopolj MoTeuiMit. It is a noteworthy and bignifi caut fact that both the political parties in the State of New York during the canvass which closed last Tuesday, were explicitly in favor cf supervising and regulat ing railroad transportation within! the State. New York is the great est railroad center in the Union, and as the pressure of this gigantic and remorseless power has been more keenly felt there than else where, these political utterances may be regarded as the recogni tion of a public sentiment that cannot be ignored. The two par--ties seemed to vie with each other in voicing public opinion. The only danger to be apprehended in the movement is the demagoguery that may seek to control it for personal and selfish ends. John Kelly made advances to one of the leaders of the anti-monopoly movement, and without question ing the purity of his motives, it may be said that such ...

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. — 12 November 1881

? J ASTORIA, OREGON: SATURDAY SOW 12. ISSt ISSUED EVERY MORNING. . (Monday &cc6itod). J. P. HALLORAN & COMPANY, rnsM-UKi: ami 1'!!oii:iitoi:.. Aiorwn JinUdiny, Cass Strcrt. Terms of Subscription : iciveit liy Carrier, l'er week m'Si Cnts !it liv mail, four month-... . ." X) njtit bv 'nail, one yejr........ .................. ' fri i'mm of l'utnsi to -subscriber-. c" Advertisements inserted by the year at lie rate of Si .71 e- tuiuaro per month. 1'ransiont advertising, by the day or week, ifly cents per square for each insertion. THEJ3ITY. Thk IKit.Y Avror.iAN irill he rjtf ly mailal7te'titit a month, free of pitngc. lltati em. who anil'm)ihtteattecffnim the city ion inijv Thk AsrouiN fniUnt them, Daiu i Wkkklv 'fiioHK to nun pix-t-t'picr with out additional expenr. Ai11rro-c iiuiji to riunvjnl as ofUn ok Je.M"vit. lAitrc nnirr at thf ouiithiiJ room. The Catholic churvli isiyivivinia coat of paint. The S.in ton is hard ami fasf at Columbia City. Gypsies go around Seattle's st...

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 November 1881

(4) gW aiXg stoiatu ASTORIA. OREGON: SATURDAY-. NOV-12, 1B81 . . , , . a '.J COMMtRGEJHD TRADE. PORT OF ASTORIA. READY FOR SKA. KJIUi Lonie. Br bk, Queentown. 'ov ! Oberon Br bk. 1150 tons, Queenstown Nor s Napier Br ah VC Wilson Queeustowu Nor 8 Strathbl&ne Br sh Queenstown Not S Temple Bar Br bk 8S3 Colics LWerpool Oct 2J Derbyshire. Br b. 1M0 tons. Jones. Qneeaitown Oct 2 Col-B-a!ia River Experts. SHIPMENTS rOIIEIGX. SAILED Tciuing BrbL Crorapton U. K Xo H Banlfield Br blc Queenstown Not 9 Renfrewshire Br b 'Williams. Queeuitown 'o 9 Canoma. Er btvQaeestotvu Xov Oregon as. 2J3S tons. Pohlman. S J? Not 9 Mary Low Br bk Alexandor Queenstown Not 9 LanarLsblre. br bk 791 ton 9. Livinjtone. U. K. Nov H Philip Nelson Br sh Queenstown Nov S Scottish Knicbt. Br. bk 912 tons. Queenstown io? 9 Columbia, w. ".Til tons Bolles S 1. Nov i Oily of Chester. S i" Nov 4" Portland. bkt. Gage S F Nov 2 City of York, br sh. U. K. Nov "tSrasmere. Br bk. Thompson. U. K. No 2 Umatilla, ss. StiOO ton...

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 November 1881

CO "It "et i U Vol. XVI. Astoria. Oregon, Sutlay Morning, 2foveml)er 13. 1881. ' No. 38. GOLDEN THOUGHTS. ! . Jle who wait, to donai deal miki "i ane.i tngo.iorma ana .,.. wjw P.ffl .u.iuni-u , AJvWT & FEKCHFN IT, v inFLAD of wnml :t n,1(, will npvonlo :mv. 1 our, hut it was Umltite. All pager t than in any part of the I iiuod . l,,, fr.,m 7 A. M. t !i I'. M.. UIM?ilv ! ' ,',AiW,U U l UIUUMI. lli.if.-.- ." . ... I .! :... tl.n ..!.... kt.-.C v..r.f tl. ,,.-.ct;r,..-nc Slnln:""""" SIM.-lirtl Sloie. l. Hill WJMI 1. . ...,,.,. .,,.p,jnv ' Ofllee III . it is.to live twice to bo able to '-'"", "' """ "- 4 .!. Wi.visii.i:rit..ri.-:r., vim.Uht lim- '! i.r Fisu-rn 0si.Tsi 1 eniov the rotrosoect of vour naM and eormlod him beyond hope of, of Lmisiaim. On tin- othor hand,; - " Jwr ic,che,l at' Hiwoe. por steamer! tl0 Pinnnnr ,Mnrhinn linnl enjoj letrospecl ol join pa Senator, how are yHri Oregon .stood out in the proud , '"- . ecul.,,t hlncl , I he nOneer.MaCmne bHOp g -. holdkx Havo pati...

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 November 1881

Cx) 2?llC ilHXlU StjO.ViUtU J "" - - ASTORIA. OREGON: j ... - SUNDAY NOV. 1". 181 1 '- " " T.. """"" I II . K. Report The annual report of the(. I. & N. Co., just issued at Chicago shows that the company has. during the past year, completed 250 miles of standard gauge road, and before .Taiiuan 1, 1882, the president expects that 300 miles of new road will be completed and in active operation. There have been constructed 1464 feet of Howe truss and 11,268 feet of trestle. All questions of right of way have been settled at a comparatively small cost to the company and with scarcely any litigation. The rjght of way across the L'matilla Indian reservation on the Baker City Hue was amicably settled at the council by agreement on the pare of the company to pay the Indians 2 "0 per acre for all wild lands, and 2 T per acre for cultivated land necessary for the roadway and depot grounds located within the reservation, the whole eost of which will be about 43, 000. When all deliveries sh...

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 November 1881

(?) g'hc JiaiTij .islcrasi. ASTORIA, OREGON: M Nil AY. ....NOV. l::. iss: rssusD svEr.y mo ruing. 'Momluy Exceiitod.. J. F. HALLORAN & COMPANY, Prr.i.ijcr.i:-. am I'luii'ijimoKs Astoriau tinildiaa. tlass St ft. Terms of Subscription : served by Carrier, per nreek & Cen: -nt by mail, four month ... ... ; nj "eni lv mail. .no yenr .. . 1' U.' Free of 'o'tnxd to rfubcrilcrs. " Advertisements inserted by thuyenr at !be rto of SI 3) per square per month. Transient advertWnK. by tho day or week. 5lty cents icr square for each insertion. THEOITY. THK IHil.V AsTOKIAN mill Ur tent Ui mail at", cent amnnth.frccofntaijc to fitt er ivho eonUhtitlatcabocnccfrom the cili can liars Thk AsToitr.w follow than. Daily or Wkkki.v rilttlnn In ami pot-nfflec irith mil oilililioiial rncne. A(iarexe mnu lie enmiaai as ofli jj as fuvrfrrf. .rare order at the cnuiilhm room. He. i-s looking for that w-.nlennol-lon yet. -0. Leincnneher goes below on to morrow steamer. - (Jatne of all kinds, from duclr ...

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 November 1881

CI) mu-m - 'ii.mi "i ii niiSti"Js.Jagggm'Ti,mlif,ai .rjij.re-H Uk IM I II ' ' I " '" III 'ill I I I'1 IH" gfcc gaiXaj sitftfiatu ASTORIA. OREGON : SUNDAY NOV. 13. 1881 COtfMERCEJND TRADL POUT OF ASTORIA. HEADY FOR SUA. IXJIUj Lome. 3r hk. QupentOTru. Nor 1 Oberon hr bk. llROtonB. Qnecnetonn No " Kapler Br ib 9s WlUon Qupenotown Nov S Strathblane Br sh Quenstown Nov tJ T-mple Bar Br bk 8 Bollei Liverpool Oct 23 I)erbrbir B- sb. li tons. Jones. QneenMowa Oct 2-1 SAILED Taiteing Brbk Cmmpton U. K Nov S Kinkfleld Br bk Queenstown Nor 9 Renfrewshire Br h Williams. Queemtown Not 9 , .. fjtaoms. Br bit Queestown Nov H jfT r Oreeon ss. 22SS ton-. Pdhlmui. S F Nov a Mar Low Br bk Alexander Qaecnstown Nov 9 Lanarkshire, br bL 7ft too. LmnR'tooe. V. K, Nov 9 Philip Nelson Brsh Queentown Nor S Scottish Knight. Br. bk 912 ton. Qurra-toirn Nov 9 Columbia. ss. 2721 tons Bell'" fi F. Xc. 4 fills of Chester. S t Nov 4j TPHlPortland. bkt. Oace S t" Nov 2 " -'Citj of Vork. br sh. II. K. Nov 2 (Irr.smc...

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 November 1881

CO &l -WMHIWPW .. J .Q C ,1,MM j JWJJ. Si . I A- S 7- - ".! i oi. XYI. Astoria, Oregon, .Tuesday Morning, November 15, 1881. Xo. 39. van 5 1 11 IT fi'li II fjjnlijf wis) w v Jk 1 If- I ! NORTHWARD MIGRATORY j CURRENTS "The Country of the Future.'" The late Earl of Beaconslield, at an agricultural society's meelinjj in one of the inlan counties of England, indulged in the opti mistic habit of his countrymen by informing them of the good time coming when the descendant of Britain would supply the mother country with cheaper bread and beef from their new home in the "Treat Northwest'' than Americans are now supplying. He went a good deal furtbet. in thi.soit of declamation than was agreeable to the newspapeis of the United States, in stating that large bodies ol American farmets weie even then "pulling up stakes1' in .Minne sota and Dakota to cros- the line and plant thsmselves within this . newly-discovered -great Xoith- west' under the British Hag and j laws. U ir or has been one...

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 November 1881

o wrrrenwraa gte gnifij gVstaciatu ASTORIA. OREGON: paint for his house twenty-five per cent, more, the clothing for himself J and family twenty, thirty or forty I NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. MISCELLANEOUS. MISCELLANEOUS. -Jacfems $8 jper cent. more. Everything is tllsuay on . io, i8si dearor wWch ho has t0 buys wWlo i the wheat which he sells is not nil- j ! vanced in price one penny. For his wheat is not and cannot J. F. HAIXOBAX Editor. The "Protected" Farmer. What is our tariff? Our tariff is a system of duties paid at our Custom houses in money on goods brought into the country fronrforeign countries. The objects of tariff are twofold. (1.) One object is to raise ' money to carry on our government. This is a good object. (2.) The second object is to keep out of our country certain foreign goods, so as to induce men to make them in this country. Let us see in what way this ob ject is attained, and whether the result is good or bad for the American farmer. Of course, says the Free Trade ...

Publication Title: Daily Astorian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
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