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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily morning astorian. — 16 November 1883

Hfte fflMliiPstirt hot VOL. XX, NO. 40. ASTORIA, OREGON, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 1883. PRICE, FIVE CENTS. A CAll-LOMCOr ('Am. The car of the United States fish commission whioh J eft "Washington on November 5 with 25,000 young carp, arrived here over the Xorrhern Pacific yesterday morning, and was at once transferred across the river and is now at the west side depot. Five thousand of the fish were left with the Ohio fish commission, and the same number with the commis sioners of Iowa and Minnesota, The remainder are for distribution in Oregon and "Washington Territory. The car is in charge of lAr. George H. IL Moore, with James CarsewelL :issistaiil, and George Demonet and Arthur Yeaman, apprentices in the employ of the United States fish com mission. Mr. Carscwell was here some time since with a Jot of carp. The car is .filled specially for the transportation of fish. In one end is an office for the jerson in charge, at the other end a kitchen, and aloiig the sides a series of locker...

Publication Title: Daily Morning Astorian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily morning astorian. — 16 November 1883

(2) ASTORIA, OREGON: FRIDAY .NOVEMBER 16, 1883 AX DIPORTAXT SUIUECT. Ox the Atlantic and Pacific coasts is a present movement in reference to petitioning congress relative to legis lation regarding tbe American ship building industry. It has always been a cardinal principle of the Re publican party that American ships should bo built in America. It is, in the opinion of many, the only view of the ca3C consonant "with the require ments of our foreign trade. The question of cost is the main one, and until it is clearly demonstrated that a vessel can be built as cheaply in the United States as in England, Ameri can purchasers of English vessels will be in the majority. Capital rec ognizes no sympathy, make3 no con cession to patriotism, takes no ac count of national needs. But cheap ness is not by any means synonymous with safety. There is a loud growl on both sides of the Atlantic concern ing certain practices of English firms. Aincrictm newspapers may at times publish distorted accou...

Publication Title: Daily Morning Astorian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily morning astorian. — 16 November 1883

0) garni $tovintt ASTORIA, OREGON: FMDAY. -NOVEMBEIt 16, 1SSS ISSUED EVERY MORNING. (Monday excepted) J. F. HALiLOEAK & COMPANY, rcRusiiKits at risoPKiirrmre, .iSTOMAN BUILDING. - - UASS STJU5KT Terms of Subscription. Served by Carrier, per week 15? is. Sent by Mull, per mouth (Wets. " ' one voar ...$7.0 Free of postage to suhscritH'rs. E3?Advirtisemsnt'i inserted by the year at the rate of $2 per siiuare per month. Tran sient advertising lllty cents per shhw, each insertion. Around tlie Citv. The Oregon is due this morning. There will be no service in Grace churcii this evening. After the lnt pros., Portland grocers will close at 7:30, v. ax. Lieut. C. E. S. "Wood is in the city en route to JJoise, Idaho. The blockade is nearly raised at the intersection of Cass and Squeraoqua streets, and teams can soou go through. Miss Ennua liolden, who .a been en gaged in teaching school at Jewell, in this county, returned to her home in tbis city yesterday evening, having finished the term...

Publication Title: Daily Morning Astorian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily morning astorian. — 16 November 1883

4 Site SnUtt asforiim. ASTOBIA, OREGON: FRIDAY NOVEMP.EE 10. 1883 SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE PORT OF ASTORIA. HEADY FOR SEA. Seottiftfc Prince. IJr bk Qucensiovrn Not U SAILED. Amana, Br sp Qcnenstown Jfor 15 VESSELS IX THE RIVER. Imperial. Am sp Olive S.5southd, Red Cro.s. Am sp MtVTasbincton. Am sp xnsp Highland Light, Am. cp "orstca, Aioto Indiana. Am sp. Carrie 'Window. Am bk O D Hrynnt.Ani bk Martba Fisher, Killoohan, Br sp Ulenpfoll, Br np Ulan J'erguson Ur bk (Jlenperis, Br bk Lake Erie. Brsp OIeron. Brbk Lisie Bell. Brbk Maliscate, Brbk Harry Bailer. Brbk Bolivia. Brbk Ic Kinc. Am sp Vlrjro. Sw bk Helicon. Mitotan. I5rp Obaron, Itr hi Ironside. l!r bk ltalnklava. Hr sp Caftlook. Oct 11) Uoldstrcam. l!r bk Antwerp, Itr bl: ltewlan.l Hill. IJr bk Star of Krin, Ur sp hpiritortho Dawn. IJr City of Madrid, Br sp VESSELS OX TUE WA Y. From Foreign JPortH. for Ibe Columbia Kivcr Aberstivlth Castle. Brsp 10G3 Livorpool Sept 11 Banco, Brbk lift) Newcastle, Sept 9 Blomab, Brsp SSI Wilmingto...

Publication Title: Daily Morning Astorian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily morning astorian. — 17 November 1883

VOL. XX, AO. 41 . ASTORIA, OREGON, SATURDAY, XOTEMBER 17, 1883. PRICE, FIVE CENTS. THE OLD CROY.'D RETURNING. NEWS OF THE NORTHWEST. BUSINESS CARDS. Washington Claimants Flocking to the Capital to Prepare for the Coming Session. One could tell that the meeting of congress was not far oil from the way certain persons begin to make their appearance at the national capital. For ever so many years they have be sieged congress with claims of nearly every description, and for amounts ranging from a thousand dollars to a million. Some of them have been at "Washington for twenty years, if not longer. The ranks are kept good by new cases as one after another drops ont. Favorable action by congress in one case will inspire all the rest with hope and determination to stick. Not one of them doubts but what his turn 'is bound to come yet. Claims growing out of the war are the more numerous class. Ihey grow with time. A war claim is equal in value to the average of mining plants. It depends quite...

Publication Title: Daily Morning Astorian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily morning astorian. — 17 November 1883

gaily gistovian. ASTORIA, OREGON: SATURDAY NOVEMBER 17, 1SS3 It is estimated that tlie Loudon fisheries exhibition ntlractod not Ig?s than 2.500,000 visitors. The host lime on record was made at Prospect Park, N. Y., last Thurs day, Jim Keene's goldhig, Frank, trotting a mile in 2:0SJ. Three hundred suits have been brought against the Canadian Pacific at Montreal by workmen for wages, and damages resulting from lack of propor accommodations. The railroads of the country em-pin- about 1.000,000 men, most of them in the prime of life. Theycon stitute nearly one-sixth of the voting opulatiou of the United States. Auaik the Irish priesthood is united ageinst the Dritish govern ment The plan of exporting the poor from Ireland meets the opposi tion of the whole Catholic church. The bishops of Ireland have the full ."spprobation of the iope in this mat ter- Gen. Gkaxt, it is reported, was sur prised to find himself included in : published enumeration of the million aires of New York the ot...

Publication Title: Daily Morning Astorian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily morning astorian. — 17 November 1883

ASTORIA, OREGON: SATURDAY .NOVEMBER 17, 1683 ISSUED EVERY MORNING. . (Monday excepted) J. F. HALLORAN & COMPANY, runusnnns ,yu ritontiKTOUS, ASTOHIAN" ltUIIiDING, - - CASS STRIIET Terms of Subscription. Served by Carrier, per week 15ct. Sent by Mall, per month. .... nocts. " " one year. $7.00 Free ol postage to subscribers. ""Advertisements inserted by the year at the rate of 2 per square per month. Tran sient advertising fifty cents per square, each insertion. Around the City. M. D. Kant discounts cash purchases The Lilian is doing a qood business be tween here and Knappton. "Jeff" has n lino display of game iu front of his restaurant. Mrs. J. Ferrell, of Yakima City, is visitiuR friends and relatives in the "city. The Kate ami Anna came dotvn yester lerday and sails for Ynquiiia this'mom inff. The week of pniyer at the Young Men's Christian Association rooms closes this evening. C. A. May has opened a lino stock of fruits, toys, etc., noxl dpor to the Empire store; sea ad. The...

Publication Title: Daily Morning Astorian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily morning astorian. — 17 November 1883

CM) V She gaUg $wiatt. ASTORIA, OREGON: SATURDAY NOVEMBER 1". 1SS3 SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE rOKT OF ASTORIA. READY FOR SEA. Scottish Ixi. Br hlc Quoenmown Tor 1 1 Vailed. Willamette. scXotIC A RRI VA LS PROM SKA lrna ss. Pohlmtn.SF KovlC VESSELS IN THE RIVER. Imixsria!, Am sn Olive h.Southard. Atnep lied Cross. Am sp Ice Kins, Am ji Virso, Sw bk Helicon, liliotan. Brsp Obcror., Ur sp Iroiwiile. F.r bU Halaklova. ltr m jut lock, OctSV Coldstream, ltr bk Antwerp. Br bk Rowland Hill. Br bk Star of Krin, Ur sp Spirit of Die Dawn. Ur City of Madrid, Br sp MtWashincton. Am sp HiRbland Utht.Am.ep "orsica, Aiasn Indiana. Am sp, I :arrie Winslovr, Am bk C D Bryant, Atn bk Mutt 1)3 Fisher, Killoclian, Br sp iilcnpfell. Br sp Ulan Ferguson Br bk tilenporis, Br bk Lake Brie. Br ED UtMjron. ltr bk Lizzie Bell, Br bk M&llsgaie. Brbk Harry Bailey. Br bk Bolivia. Br bk VESSELS OS THE WAY. Froca Forcls; I'ortK. for the Columbia Klvcr Aborttrith Ucttlo. Br sp ltXT Liverpool Sept 11 Banca, Brbk 1UU0 ...

Publication Title: Daily Morning Astorian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily morning astorian. — 18 November 1883

.Ci) VOL. XX, NO. 42. ASTORIA, OREGON, SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1883. PRICE, FIVE CENTS. PATHETIC MEMORIES OF THE PLOW. The Canadian Pacific liailroad. ft HOTELS AND RESTA U KANT. BUSINESS CARDS. I shall never forget the halcyon spring day that grandfather lold me to scour the old plow and get ready to learn the mysteries of rap shody. I took a brick and cleaned that old mould board tvilh the same eager delight and thorough faithful ness that Ben Butler bestowed on the burning up of the Massachusetts almshouse, what a thrill of ecstasy frolicked within me as I slipped the loop of the single line about my wrist, reached up to the handles and yaup ed "g'lang.'. Grandfather followed in silence. I felt as glorious as Pri vate Dalzell when he gets into the newspapers, and with unutterable feeling I chirped, "Dear grandpa, you necdn t never work any more. Til run the farm and you and grand ma can spend the money and "We were going down an incline, so when mv pride quicklv straightened the old...

Publication Title: Daily Morning Astorian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily morning astorian. — 18 November 1883

She gaitg gtftoriatt. ASTORIA, OREGON: SUNDAY ......NOVEMBER 18, 1883 31 ETKOPO LITAN JOURNALISM. Every exchange that comes to our table, unless avowedly a monopoly- organ, complains of the extortions of those whoso position makes it possi ble and whose principles make it common. A free river is the best ! remedy. To have a free river it is in reasonto begin at the junction of the river and the sea. A united effort on the Dart of those who voice the people's wishes will greatly aid in this result It is for those who do not bow in allegiance to a one-man power to unite in showing the need lot improved river navigation and press upon the attention of congress A late issue of John Swinion's Paper has an article in which there is something said regarding daily jour nalism in the great cities of this conntn-which has much truth and loiut. He says that one looks in vain n, .loll,. r.T VMtr Ynrl- cilv, upon which so many presumably the absolute necessity of improving . . i r the Columbia r...

Publication Title: Daily Morning Astorian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily morning astorian. — 18 November 1883

"She gaitjj Uotm ASTORIA, OREGON: SUNDAY-. ..."SOVEMBKlt li, 1SSS ISSUED EVERY MORNING. (Monday excepted) J. F. HAL1L1OEAN & COMPANY. rUBLISHKUB AII rKOMIIETOltS, ASTORIAI BUILDING, - - CASS STRKKT Term ofSnbscrlptlon. Served by Carrier, per week I5cts. Sent by Mail, per month fiOcts. ' " one year - .. . .S7.co Free ol postage to subscribers. 3TAdvcrtisements inseited by the year at the rate ol S'-i per square per month. Tran sient advertising fittv cents per square, each insertion. Around the Oitv. The Columbia sailed for San Francisco i'eatcrday. The Queen is duo to-morrow. Thero will be a meeting of the chamber of commerce to-morrow evening. Errs that are warranted eighteen carats fine are retailing at sixty-five cents a dozen. The Mist Kays that story about a St. Helena girl marrying tho wrong twin by mistake, in a no such thing. Kev. B. S. McLafferty, of the Baptist church, commences a second series of Sunday evening lectures to-day. The board of directors of the Astoria Se...

Publication Title: Daily Morning Astorian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily morning astorian. — 18 November 1883

9 00 SOCIETY 3IEETIXGS. The Umatilla Reservation. TRANSPORTATION LINES. ASTORIA, OREGON: SUNDAY NOVEMBER IS. 1SS3 SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE PORT OF ASTORIA. READY FUR SEA. SwUMi rHuee, Ur 1V QueeaMora Xv 11 SAILED. HtoacfeM, He rp Queenstewn Nov IT GeluasU. S F. November 1- J Mil VA LS FROM SUA. Iwekprepn. Hr sp Ml Greenook, Not IT VESSELS IK THE Rl VER. lmfrfrt!. Am up Hire S.Sutfc&nl. Aisp I!el Otom. Atm Ice Kinc. Am ftp Viroe, hvr bk HeKoK. lttMlaD, Itr 6j Olwren. Ur s IroBde. Br Wc HaUklitra. I$r to (Jutioek. Oet CeMtrem. Itr bk Antwerp. Hr bk Itewtawl HHt. Kr 1 Mar of Krin. Hr tp spirit Bf tte Dawn , Br i'rty 4 Madrid. Br sp MtWaebinctOD. Am sp Highland Light, Am. cp "orsica, Atnbn Indiana. Ara (.p, Carrie Winslow.Am bk O D Bryant, Am bk Martha Fisher. Kllloehsn. Br sp Dlan lfon;uson Br bk (Uenpcrie, Br bk Lake Brio, Br sp Otmron. Br Ik Lirae KeU, Brbk Mai I seat. Br bk Harry Bailey. Br bk Bolivia. Brbk VESSELS OA THE WAY. I'rocs VoTt'lS't Irtn. for the; Columbia Xtlrer Aber4ri...

Publication Title: Daily Morning Astorian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily morning astorian. — 20 November 1883

VOL. XX, 3T0.43. ASTORIA, OREGON, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1883. PRICE, FIVE CENTS. ANCIENT RUINS IN SONOKA. 31EXIC0. Life in the Polar Ilegion. ilCXELS AND EESTAU KANT. BUSINESS- CARDS. Ancient ruins Lave recently been discovered in Sonora, which, if re ports are trne, surpass anything of the kind yet found on this continent. The ruins are said to be about four leagues southeast of IVIagdalena. There is one pyramid which has a base of 1350 feet, and rises to the heigLt of 750 feet; there is a winding roadway from the bottom leading up on an easy grade to the top, wide enough for carriages to pass over, said to be twenty-three miles in length; the outer walls of the road way arc laid in solid masonry, huge blocks of granite in rubble work, and the circles are as uniform and the grade as regular as they could be made at this date by onr best engin eers. The wall is only occasionally exposed, being covered over with debris and earth, and in many places the sahuaro and other indigenous pl...

Publication Title: Daily Morning Astorian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily morning astorian. — 20 November 1883

ASTOKIA, OREGON: TUESDAY .NOVEMBER 20, 1S83 AX UNWELC03IE ASSERTION. The iconoclasts will not learo a single cliorislied belief. Not content with destroying the illusions of an tiquity and Bottled opinions of later times, according to cynical statis ticians who have been rummaging in the "Washington archives, it is now alleged that La Fayette, when about to come to thi3 country and do battle against tbe minions of tyranny, niado Silas Deane, the American min ister at Paris with Ben Franklin, sign a contract that he should be made a major-general, and be paid so much a month from the lime ho left la belle France If there is any one idea more than another in regard to our history firmly fixed in the American mind, it is that La Fayette, the young, impulsive, patriotic La Fayette, flew from France to succor tbe Continent als, and from the impulses of a noble nature gave personal and material aid to tbe infant colonics in theirstruggle for independence. The documents now alleged to have...

Publication Title: Daily Morning Astorian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily morning astorian. — 20 November 1883

She JlaUg jtoriutt. ASTORIA, OREGON: TUESDAY .NOVEMBER 20, 1683 ISSUED EVERY MORNING. (Monday excepted) J- F. HALLiORAN & COMPANY, PCBL.ISIIEI1S AM) I'llOrniETOK-S, ASTORIAN I1UII.DING, - - CASS STREET TcrniR ofSubscrlption. Served lv Carrier, per weel: l5cts. Sent by Mall, per month . GOcts. " l " one year ,r. .$7.oo Free of postage to subscribers. ErAdvertlsements inserted by the vear at the rate ol SJ per square per month. Tran sient advertising filtv cents per square, each insertion. Around the City. There is no lack of moist are, now. Tis a wise "boss" that knows his own candidate. The Queen arrived in yesterday morning with a light list. D. C. Ireland was in the city yesterday ou a Hying visit from the metropolis. Tho Hyevalc, with 37,800 cases of salm on from this port, arrived at. Liverpool on the 16th. Capt Sonle. late master of the bark Whistler, has now command of the Hhip Enos Soule. To-night' Ticket-of-Leave Man." Re served seats for to-night's performance at New Yo...

Publication Title: Daily Morning Astorian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily morning astorian. — 20 November 1883

SOCIETY MEETINGS. 1 1 3Iuskrt3 aad Aristocrats TxCAIN oif UriTAT LU2i ixUNJliS. ASTOKIA, 011EG0N: TUESDAY NOVEMBER 20. 1SS3 SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE POUT OF ASTORIA. READY FOllEA. Scottish Prince, Br Ms Quceastown Nov U UfJatlcva, Br sd Queontowa Nov 19 SAILED. JLRlilVALS JfHOM SKA. t r&nu st. Fohlraan. S V Not 19 l.acistocfc, Br bk SIC Jf S TV Nov 18 Ciirran, Br bk London Nov IS Glenitfer. Br sp 900 Port Chalmers Nov 18 Se ICinc. Am sp N Y Nov 19 VESSELS IX THE III VER. o Imwrml.Am up MtWashinston, Aia sp OhreS.Soutliard.Amsp Highland L.iKht,Ata Rd f!rn. Am so Corsica. Am sh sp Ice Kinc. Am si Indiana. Am op. Virco, Svr bk Carrie Winslow.Am bk Helicon. Khotan, Brsp Oberon, Br sp Ironside, Br bk CaitlocU. Oct: t'-oldstream. Br bk Antwerp. Brbk Rowland Hill. Br bk Stnrof Krin, I5r sp Spirit of the Dawn. Br t'ltv of Madrid. Br sp lochgreen. Br sj n D Bryant. Am bl: Martha Fisher, Killochan, Br sp !la"i Ferguson Br bk Olenperis, Br bk Lake Brie, Br sp OUeron. Br bk Uzrie Boll. Br bk M...

Publication Title: Daily Morning Astorian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily morning astorian. — 21 November 1883

(!) VOL. XX, NO. 44. SOLD AGAIN. For a consideration of $500,000 a! year in money the Northern Pacific Company has contracted with the Union and Central Pacific, the Southern Pacific and the Atchison and Topeka to refrain from compe tition with the latter for the trade of this city and state. The meaning of this is that' no passenger can buy a ticket here or ship freight from here by -way of the Northern Pacific to points on the Missouri or east of that river, without first paying the fare or freight on a separate account from here to Portland, and the rule -works the same "way against persons coming from or shipping goods from the East to San Francisco or any point in Cal ifornia by way of the Northern Pa cific Tickets and freight -will only be sold as far as Portland, and from there down, u separate account is to be kept and distinct charges made. After the October meeting of trans continental railway managershere it was announced, as a point gained in the interest of the Calif or...

Publication Title: Daily Morning Astorian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily morning astorian. — 21 November 1883

Site mtH lptoia& ASTORIA, OREGON: WEDNESDAY .IIOVEMKKU 21, 1SS3 A FEW OIUECTJOXS. Thebe is an earnest and prais ivorthy effort now making to revive the bnilding of ships in this conn try, and replace the American ma rine in the proud position it once held in the carrying trade of the world. The movement is to be en couraged, but there are groat- almost insuperable obstacles in the way. In the first place it costs, at pres ent, on au average, $10 to $15 per Ion more to build an iron sailing ves sel, and from 23 to $35 per ton more to build an iron steamship, in the United states than it costs on the Clyde. Let us suppose that this difference vere extinguished, either by admitting all the materials requir ed for shipbuilding free of duty, or by giving our shipowners the right to purchase ships built abroad, or by the joint operation of both remedies. Could -we afford to use these cheap ships after we Lad got them? That is a question which gave a great deal of troublo to the select...

Publication Title: Daily Morning Astorian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily morning astorian. — 21 November 1883

ASTORIA, OREGON: WEDNESDAY. ....NOVEMBER 21, 1SS3 ISSUED EVERY MORNING. (Monday excepted) J. F. HALLORAN & COMPANY, rCULlSIIKRS AM) :,KOI,RIETOK5, ASTORIAN BUILDING. - - CASS STREET Term of Subscription. Served by Carrier, prr wc-k I5ets. Sent by Mall, per mouth GOcts. " " one year ......... .S?.oo Free of postage to subscribers. Advertisements Inserted by tbe vearat the rate ofS2 persqwire per month.' Tran sient advertising fifty cents per square, each insertion. Around the City. The Oregon sails to-day. The Emma T. Croicell hence to Liver pool has arrived out. Capt. Al Stream brought over the new tug Hunter from Shoahvater bay yester day. Capt. John Harlow, well known to many here, is lving at the point of death, at his home at Trouldale. Custis It. Upshur has been appointed United States Shipping Commissioner for this port, by Judge Deady. A worthy appointment. G. Hansen brought u fine clock up with Tiini on his last San Francisco trip. It has a peculiar pendulum, and it is h...

Publication Title: Daily Morning Astorian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily morning astorian. — 21 November 1883

I f-1 ft- ASTORIA, OREGON: WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 21, 18S3 SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE PORT OF ASTORIA: READY FOR SEA. Scottish Prince, Br bV Queonstown Nor 14 BilaUava. Br bp Queoctotrn If cv !9 Ylrga, Svr l)5c Call to Nov 2fl SAILED. SanU Orur.NorSO 1 va ls ynosi SKA. Sovereign of the Seas, Am p New York Nor 20 Hitxanr. flrsp ClrdoNovSO VESSELS IX THE RIVER. 0 Imperial, Am sp Oitre S.Soulhard. Aibfp Ked Oross. Am fip lee Kinc, Am sp llolioon. lihotan. Hr Bp Oberen, Ur sp Ironside Hr bk t.'aitloot. Oct) CoMstroatn. I!r b!: Antwerp, Hr bk Rowland HIU. Ur bk Star of Krin, Br Bp Spirit of the Dawn. Br City of Madrid. Br sp Inchsreen. Br sp . Ladstnck. Br bk Glonlner. Br i 31 Washington, Am sp Highland Lisbt.Am.sp '"oreica, Amsb Indiana. Am Bp. Carrie IVinslow.Am bk O D Bryant. Am bk Martha Fisher, Killochan. Br sp Ulan Ferguson Br bk Ulenperis, Br bk Lake Brie. Brsp Oberon. Br bk Lizzie Bell. Br bk MallscJito. Br bk llsrrr Bailer. Br bk lloliria. Br bk Oakworth. Brmp Oirran, Brbk . lioa. Kins, ...

Publication Title: Daily Morning Astorian, The
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