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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-weekly Astorian. — 18 November 1873

en !gjiaig;L&g.;g' ''q ' LBiJUJLiaiitjL.ag!atiMgj! ...jwiiw-wMMiiiiti iwwwwwwi mwwMiw Vol. 2. Astoria,- Oregon, Tuesday Morning, Nov. 18, 1873, No. 8. TUT TFT? 1? IT TV ASTOMAN. THE ASTOBIAN. PUULISHED KVKKY TUESDAY, THURSDAY AND SATURDAY, Monitor BuildiBg, Aftoria, Oregon. J. C'IRELAlX ...Proprietor .Subscription. Ksitcs: 'Ono Copy one year-.. . So 00 One Copy six months 3 00 0e& Cpy three months .r 150 tT Single 2"uu'bcr, Ten Cents. "v Advertising' Rates: 'One Tnortion pcrsqunro, 10 lines or less...S2 o0 J'lnch additional! Insertion, per square 2 00 Yearly adv'ts pec month, per square 1 oO Agents- L. P. FrsiiEn, 20 and 21 New Merchants Ex panse, is authorized to act as Agent for the Astoki .' in San Francisco. Any fijend who feels an interest in the pros- moritv of this rnnnn. is nnfhnn-nj1 fn :M ns Agent for this paper, in procuring subscribers. CITY INTELLIGENCE, See fourth page for Poetry, etc. Mr. "Win. Clark formerly of this city, is soon to return here to remain perm...

Publication Title: Tri-Weekly Astorian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-weekly Astorian. — 18 November 1873

Czj mm- T ' Tri-Weekly Astofian ASTOKIA, OEEGCXN: I. C. IKEIAXD. ...Editor. TUESDAY Nov. 18,1873 MANIFEST If AKBSIIIP. STorlliern IPacificItnilroatl Proceed ings with Settlers. o We scarcely know nvhat tolo or say for our friends those pioneers of this country who have left civiliza tion and gone into fhe back woods to open and develop natural resources that would never know development only for them, on a matter which the following letter discloses. The letter was addressed to a settler on Gray's riven Dear Sir In reply to your favor of the 24th October last, I have to in form you that inasmuch as we are now required to give the Northern Pacific Railroad Compan notice of the intention of pre-emption claim ants to make proof .and payment for their claims, in cases where claims were made on odd sections within the limits of the withdrawal for the Company and when the land was tin surveyed at the date of settlement, you will appear at this office on the 17th day of December, 1S73, at ...

Publication Title: Tri-Weekly Astorian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-weekly Astorian. — 18 November 1873

(31 Tri-Weekly Astorian TUESDAY. Nov. IS, 1873 afcteorolojrical Iteporfc Hours of Observation 7 a, m. 2 and 9 p. m. By Louis "Wilson Bar II Thermometer iir. of wind Nov. Rain -fall Mean j Mean Max !M in 1 2 4, 5 (5 7 S it 10 11 12 13 14 15 IS 30,i:Hf 30,08 80,021 2,K J,72h lfS93 2i,I.S :tl),02ti :t0,15 2H.07I 19,0.0 :,och :;0,201 50,173 30,2! NE NE SE East Soutli South "Wet !XE NE Wc-t SY XE XE SW Tide TaMc for Astoria. (From tables of United States Coast Survey.) High Watcr.l 1- Low AVatcr. Nov. M. i m. j a. f. 1. M. IS.... 10.... 20.... 21.... 22. 2C"." 24.... 25.... .11 30 co col . (J 34 . 7 21 . 8 00 . S3! . 0 lij .10 00 .10 -Pi .11 31 .CO 00 . 0 21 . (I 15 all 581 5 5S 0 5 1 43 5 28 3 15 4 01 5 5'J 5 52 0 IS 0 2)1 33 1 o:55 1 m 2 21 j 3 07? 4 00s 5 08 (5 22H 7 Oil, 7 4S S 31 0 17 10 OS 11 0) 0 2S VESSELS ON THE WAY. Following is a list of vessels on the way to this port, so far as we have been enabled to obtain a record of the same: Ship David Brown, 005 tons, from S. F. Britis...

Publication Title: Tri-Weekly Astorian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-weekly Astorian. — 18 November 1873

C4J ?aHHBCTWwwwffri i JuuiKrofr.JMJMi.ti ww..,MMwii Tri-Weekly Astorian TUESDAY. Not. 18, 1873 A DREAM. Written for the Tri-Weekly Astorian. Dear Mother! last night as I lay, on my bed, I know that I was not asleep, I was thinking of Johny, we mourn for as dead, And, mother, I tried not to weep. I thought of the bright happy hours gono by, How joyous wo were in our play; And then the largo tear drops would come in my eyes, Though I tried hard to keep them away. I thought of his voice, as ho once used to speak, llis form, as ho onco used to bo; Thon just at my side a sweet v jico I could hear Saying, " weep not, my sister, for mo," I lookod for the speaker, so clear every word jtfy chamber was filled with bright lights; " Weep not, I am near thee," in clear tones I heard, Although I am hid from your fight, 44 Think not of the form you havo laid neath the sod," The body is nothing but clay; Oh think of the land by the glad angels trod, That never can varnish away. That bright glorious...

Publication Title: Tri-Weekly Astorian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-weekly astorian. — 20 November 1873

cu mipjUHIl .LflLL HiiJWJ H-Xi P '-'. ''."' . fl'3 tg lUMIWy' fUJMIWI WWjql.m'IIUIlH HIilifl,l,'ll.l.i;lHWI.l.HgMyJHiil.WL1ll'WWf!W ASTORIA J- ESS Yol. 2. Astoria, Oregon, Thursday Morning, Nov. 21, 1873. No. 9. Cflrf.10 THE AST0EIAN. rClil.ISIIKU EVEIlY TUESDAY, THURSDAY .AND SATURDAY, Monitor Building, Astoria, Oregon. I. C. IRELAND Proprietor SRoscrljptioii Rates: QnG Copyonoycnr. S5 JO Jna Copy six months - 3y0 Oqo O-py tlirco month? 1 oO S Singio Number, Ten Cents. Advertising- Kates: Ono Insertion pei-square, 10 lines or less...S2 0 Each additional Insertion, per square 2 00 Yearly adv'ts per month, icr dquaro ....... 1 50 Agents- L. P. Fiskeh, 20 and 21 New Merchants Ex change, is authorized to act as Agent for the AriToui .v in im Francisco. Any friend who feels an interest in the pros perity of this rogion, is authorized to act as Agont for this paper, in procuring subscribers. CITY INTELLIGENCE. See fourth page for Poetry, etc. The Ajax arrived from San Francisco Tuesday m...

Publication Title: Tri-Weekly Astorian
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-weekly astorian. — 20 November 1873

CZ2 Tri-Weekly Astorian ASTORIA, OREGOX: I. C. IREZ.A3T...., Editor. ASTORIA Xoy. 21, 1S73 &IF22 SAVING STATIONS. Iii the Xew York Journal of Com merce we find some very interesting statistics of the operations of that comparatively new branch of service in our government, the life saving service of the United States, now fully organized and equipped, and which has proven its entire success by the fact that not a single life has been lost on a wreck that has occur red within reach of one of these sta tions during three years past. In view of the long and dangerous coasts we have, a well organized sys tem of saving life and property from wrecked or disabled vessels was dic tated by every humane instinct, and the vast territory to be cov.ered by the stations made it necessaiy that government should undertake the scheme. Hon. S. I. Kimball, chief of the Revenue Marine service, was then placed in charge, and Captain John Faunce was ordered to locate new station sites, erect new hous...

Publication Title: Tri-Weekly Astorian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-weekly astorian. — 20 November 1873

C33 Tri-Weekly Astorian ASTORIA Nov. 21,1873 Meteorological Report Hours of Observation 7 a , m. 2 and 9 p. m. By Louis "Wilson TBar Jj Thermometer j i uir. Nov. ij -h Bain I of McaniUleanlMax!Minl!-filI wind 1 30,i:W 4-1.2, 48.8' 4.2 NE 2 :0,OJ3j 4 5.5 4!U 42.7 NE 3 30,024 48.0 31.0 -K0 SB 4 29,843 4S.4 3').0 43.4 (Uj East o 2Jt72b 32.2 5?.2 30.O ('.37 South l. ... 2s,S3 30.7 33.0 47.7 O.ltil South 7.... 21,'.I5S, 51.2 35.fc 32.3- 0.3S S 30,025 3-LS 38.il 30.-; 0.W " I'...- 30,153' 53.7 5'U 52.0 0. Wct 10 30,123 54.1 f!.fc 50.S NE 11 251,074 3. 00.4 i?.0 XE 12 29,90 50 1 32 3 48 0 West 13 3O,O0'5! 5011537477 0.:2 SW 14 30,204 419 473430 084 NE 13 30,173 4-M 31S 114 0 XE 10 30,201 52 0 517 50 3 0(55 Sr 17 30,229 48 31 52 8 40 0 0.29 XK IS 29,9(J9 ill 54 1 410 XE 19..... J j J Tic!e Tabic for Astoria. From tables of United States Coast Survey.) High Water.! Low Water. Nov. A. 51. r. m. J A. 51. P. M. 13 S 10 7 355 1 49 1 14 S 57 8 3tf? 2 39 2 15 9 40 9 ?Sl 3 20 3 10 10 2J 10 3M 4 10 ...

Publication Title: Tri-Weekly Astorian
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-weekly astorian. — 20 November 1873

C41 Tri-Weekly Astorian ASTORIA. Nov. 21, 1873 a ariDSuaraiER imnr "Within tho shade by willows mado, In softest summer weather, "We sat beside tho rippling tide My love and I together, Through clouds of white, with softonod light, Tho harvest moonbeams shiinmorod ; And on tho stream a silvery beam "With diamond lustre glimmored. Tho summer breeze, from fragrant trees, Delicious odors brought us ; "Whilo sounds from o'er tho farther shoro In blended sweetness sought us. And so wo, too, as in us grew Tho sense of peace so gentle Attuned our song to Nature's throng, Beneath tho evening's mantlo. "Wo talked not much, but tho soft touch Of hands, and oyes oft meeting, Told more by far than words declaro, As heart to heart gave greeting. Then, midnight come, wo loitered home, Like brother now and sister, " To cheat surprise and prying eyes" Till at tho gato I kissed her. By D. W. BrownclL School Boolcs. Now is tho time to buy School books to conform with the new law. Tor first introducti...

Publication Title: Tri-Weekly Astorian
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-weekly Astorian. — 22 November 1873

C)J Hfogyffiifffi 3 i . I W ' HlWti TEI-WEEKIT ASTOEIAf tf-hT I.4t Yol. 2. Astoria, Oregon, Saturday Morning, Nov. 22, 1873. No. 10: t -I - THE ASTORIAff. I'UKMSIIKU KVKRY TUESDAY, TIICKSDAr AND SATURDAY, Monitor Building, Artoria, Oregon. . C. IBELA3TA Proprietor Subscription Rates: Quo Oopy oneycjir SJ 00 Ono Copy six months 3 00 Ono Cwpy three month? 1 30 5T Single Number, Ten Cents. w. Advertising Kates: Ono Insertion persquare, 10 lines or le?s...S2 50 Each adilitional Ineition, per.-qimre 2 00 Yearly udv'ts per month, per square 1 oO Agents- L. P. Fisiikr, 20 and 21 Now Merchants Ex change, is authorized to act as Agent for the Astoki v.v in iNin Francisco. Any friend who feels an interest in the pros perity of this region, is authorized to act as Agent for this paper, in procuring suWribers. CITY INTELLIGENCE. See fourth page for "brown sugar, etc. Thulah aridSelah, our correspondents, ?re not the same. The schooner Kate L. Heron arrived from Tillamook Thursday. "Work has bee...

Publication Title: Tri-Weekly Astorian
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-weekly Astorian. — 22 November 1873

Z1 NIF . - !trl rjK 4&JZA-W- r Tri-Weekly Astorian ASTORIA, OREGON: B, C. IRELAND Editor. ASTORIA. Nov. 22, 1873 Professor Wilder, of Cornell University, takes a position against secret societies in colleges, and haz ards his eternal welfare upon the truth of the proposition that secret societies are unknown in heaven. A company of British iron-masters have just concluded the purchase of about twenty square miles of land in the province of Auckland, New Zeland, which embraces nearly 9,000 acres of coal and ironstone. "We question very much whether silver will come into general circula tion. Speculators will be on theSook out for the dimes and dollars, for sil ver is at a slight premium, and they will gather it in hoping for a rise in its value as compared with currency. The expenses of the Indianapo lis Exposition .were only $88,966 more than the receipts. This is encourag ing to aU the, towns -.that want' Expo sitions next year;, that they may keep-themsel.ves even vrcith Cinci...

Publication Title: Tri-Weekly Astorian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-weekly Astorian. — 22 November 1873

C33 m ' T,X Tri-Weekly Astorian ASTORIA Nov. 22, 1873 Meteorological Report Hours of Observation 7 a, m. 2 and 9 r. m. By Louis Wilson Nov. Bar I Mean , Thermometer Mean Max I M in Rain -fall Dir. -of vrind 1 2... !! 4..... n... (i 7-.... 8..... !...- 10 H..... k..... IS.... 14...- 13 Pi..... rr..... 18..... i 20 30f13y 43.2! :,(). 4.o 30,024 48.0 2y,84-"i 4i.! 2i,72S 52.2 2H,8il."i f0.7 29.I5S 5L2 :W,02J j .tLS :J0,153 ; 53.7 &U23 i 34-1 2i.074 53.1 29,90 50 1 ,003 50 4 30,201 44 !l 30,173 49 4 30,2o4 52 0 30,22:1 4S 3 29,0()H 47 1 30,015 43.8 2U,SS0 44 8 48.8! 41.8 51.0 50.0 53.2 53.0 fn.8 58.9 5(5.4 59.9 MA 523 53 7 47 3 518 547 52 8 54 1 4R.0 47 01 43.2 42.7 4i!.0 43.4 50.0 47.7 52.5 50.0 32.0 50.3 48.0 48 Gj 4.7 7 43 0 40 4 50-8 45 0 44 0 L3 412 0.02 0.37 0.10 0.38 0.10 0. 0.32 0-84 0 0 05 0.29 NE NE SE East South South "West NE NE West SW NE NE SW XE NE NE NE Tide Tabic Tor Astoria. (From tables of United States Coast Survey.) High Water. Low Water. Nov. A. m; i M. H 122.....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-weekly Astorian. — 22 November 1873

Ci J NMM$MitiM9n34MMKe-t. ' CV- " ti f tlHtift;jai,,juwj Tri-Weekly Astorian ASTORIA....,..-. Nov. 22, 1873 . . j A correspondent of the New York Herald of recent date, says: It surprised me to see your correspondent's recommen dation to use brown sugar in the prepara tion of food. I queried whether she had ever seen the process of the manufacture and refining of sugar. Does she know that brown sugar means, simply and sole ly, moist and dirty sugar. Does she com prehend the quality and nature of the dirt which constitutes its brownness? Does she know that pure loaf, crushed, or gran ulated sugar is not only perfectly free from dirt, and is incapable of adulteration, but is much cheaper, pound by pound, even at the additional price usually charged for it, than brown sugar of any grade, because no dirt or moisture, but pure saccharine matter? Does she know that the notion that brown sugars are sweeter than white is a pure fancy, and that the contrary is true? I suppose we are each and...

Publication Title: Tri-Weekly Astorian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-weekly astorian. — 25 November 1873

CD eBeir.- "rwi 'jr.tmjgLjvL";' : vw iLaLSLjtwMi.jM'iiuw iwri?iwwwnawjjygy)BiBi EKLT 'nf . Yol. 2. . Astoria, Oregon, Tuesday Morning, Nov. 25, 1873. No. 11 HE &BTORIAN, rritMSIIKI) KVKKV TUESDAY, TilUKSDAT AND SATURDAY, Monitor Buthftng, A?tori, Orestfa. . G. IREX.I4.XD ..Proprietor Subscription Kates: One Copy one year. So 00 ;Oiic Copy .ir months ' 00 'One CVpy three months - 1 J0 xW8" SiRffle Xumbcr, Tom Cents. Advertising Kates? 'One Insertion per.iiiaro, 10 lines or lessSJiiO Gv.ii'h additional Insertion, per square..... 2 00 Venrly advts icr month, per square ...,... 1 50 Afxcnts- L. P. Fisiikr, 20 and 21 New Merchants Ek ciiange, I-5 authorized to act as Agent for the AsToin v.v in S;n Francisco. Any friend who feels an interest in the pros perity of tins region, is auihori.ed to aH as Agent for tins paper, in procuring subscribers. CIT1T INTELLIGENCE. HThe Vcsfci and Elektra were taken to -sea by the tug Astoria on Sunday, and the iFifosinrc yoteiday. 1255"" Oysters in ...

Publication Title: Tri-Weekly Astorian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-weekly astorian. — 25 November 1873

CZJ mammmmmtmmttmtmm f 0 i. mst 'WW W i r y ., - ; iMttMIKMr?1&! Mfcf Tfr h .WiW-- -. 0-- - Tri-Weekly Astorian ASTORIA, OREGON: 3D. C. IREI.AXI: i Editor. ASTORIA :Nov. 25, 1873 Thanksgiving- Day. The customary Thanksgiving Services will be held at the usual hour at the vari ous Churches in this city on Thursday; schools will close Wednesday evening un til Monday morning. No paper will be issued 'from this office on the 27th. The edition for the 29th will appear as usual. "EMOTIOXAL IXSANITT." The plea of insanity as a defence in case of crime, is one that needs to "be guardedly received. Yet it is subject to so many tests, that if these are fairly applied, there is little dan ger of mistake. One great test is the manifestation of mental disease at a time provious to the occurring of any reason for committing the of fence. Thus, if this precede the temptation to homicide, it cannot be said that it was simulated. Men do not feign to be crazy merely because they may some day be i...

Publication Title: Tri-Weekly Astorian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-weekly astorian. — 25 November 1873

C33 x Tri-Weekly Astorian ASTORIA.. . ZIZn 25,"lb73 Meteorological Report Hours of Observation 7 a, m. 2 and 9 p. m. By Louis "Wilson JJar II Thermometer Xov. Ml. Of wind Kain -fall MeanilMeaniMaxIMin 1 5"I 4..... i tf i 8..... 10 11 12 l:J 14 1" l'S..... 17 18 !... 20..... :),i:j;i :i0,0: 30,021 :W,72vS 41.2 Pi.o 4S.0 4i.! 52.2 50.7 5J.2 "AS oH.7 ol.l 53.1 ne: 48.8 4H.8 .11.0 50.0 53.2 43.21 42.7 4H.0 43.4 50.0 NE SE Eat Swith South 0.02 0.57 O.IH 53.0J 1. 1 2:I,!r,8, 5-1.8 1S.0 1J.4 .H'.'.l (J0.4 52.5 oO.'I 52.0 5U.3 48.0 0.58 30,U- 30,15-1 .10,12. JH.074 -9,0.0 0.10 0. "Ve.-t XE XE Wot SW XE XE SW XE XE XE XE 48 0, :J0,(KH, 80,204' 30,173 30,2oJ 30,224 l,iK5fl 30,010 W4! 5.5 7 47 3 51 8 .14 7 .12 8 oil 4H.0 47 0 47, 0.:i2 0 84 0 0 05; 0.29 44 J 4'. 4 .12 0 48 3 471 4:.S 43 0 4'J4 50 3 450 44 0 :S."i 2H,S0 44 81 412m TiI Table for Astoria. (From tables of United States Coast Survey.) Jiigh Water.l Low Water. Xov. 21 2 5 27 28 2. :w 1 K. ;.i p. m. J A. M. P. M. 5 5 4 00i.. 5 12 5 0...

Publication Title: Tri-Weekly Astorian
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-weekly astorian. — 25 November 1873

HJ eafMp ? Tri-Weekly Astorian ASTORIA. ov' 25t 1873 f r MY BABT. "With frolicsome freaks, And rosy, red cheek, 3Iy baby lies waiting for me; He thinks not of crying, J3ut ever is trying To sing a glad tong in lia glee. His parted lips show Three teeth in a row., As white and as precious as pearln; And Ids soft, silken hair O'er his forehead so fair Palls dn dark, thick-clustering curls. His ej"es, like two stars, Peep out from the bars Of his crib, as he watches for me, And his pink little toes, Down under the clothes, Are kicking about to be free. I'm coming, my boy! !My treasure. m3T joy! You shall wait no longer for me, 33 ut we'll up and away, And be merry and gay, Out under the .Id applo tree. Elizabeth Olmis. IIaxdkercheif Flirtations. One of our readers dio is in favor of a telegraph, having none to operate upon by means of the electric spark, thinks the following will do for other sparks to telegrax)h their messages. It is the same as has been adopted by all female Academie...

Publication Title: Tri-Weekly Astorian
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-weekly astorian. — 29 November 1873

Oj taxu!X,iJSthm.,,essss3esBmmamam ' rrT .! Yol. 2. Astoria, Oregon, Saturday Morning, Not. 29, 1873. No. 12;- WEEKLY A XI I IK I' A AulUXllAn. Mr - 1 mtLlSIIKD EVERY "TUESDAY, THURSDAY AND SATURDAY, Monitor Building, Astoria, Oresoc. Sf. C. IRGI.AST2 Proprietor Subscription Kates: One Copy one year .. . S3 00 Jne Copy six uftnth-? : 00 Oao Crtpv throe months c - 1 30 &3 Single Number, Ten Cents. . Advertising .Ratcv: 'One Insertion porsquarc, lOlincsor loss...S2 30 ICach jutilitional Insertion, per square 2 00 Yearly adv'is cr month, per square 1 3U Asreiits L. P. Fisher, 20 anS. 2i New Merchants Ex ohange, I5 :uitliori.e3. to act as Agent for the Asroisu.v in San Francisco. Any friend who feels an interest in the pros perity of this region, is authorized to act as Agent for this paper, in procuring subscribers. lMWWniWWIIIII ! I II ! CITY INTELLIGENCE. The postage en the Tut-Weekly Astoman is 15 cents a quarter ("Cur rency) which must he paid at, the "subscribers post-office. ...

Publication Title: Tri-Weekly Astorian
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-weekly astorian. — 29 November 1873

czi TVi- WoalrW A'Qtnria-n ith the comPletion of the railwy the 111-YV eeKiy Ja-blUlldJl fnarkct was extended, not only for pick led but also for freshSalmon. JBy packing ASTORIA, OREGON: I. C. IRETiAWD Editor. ASTORIA Not. 29, 1S73 THE COLUMBIA ItXVEIt SALMON FISHERIES. "Written for tlio Tri-Weekly Astorian, "Washington Iryixg, in his much read " Astoria," related the manner of taking the Salmon of the Columbia river by the natives, before the devices of civilization and science encroached upon the pristine method. At that time many Indians lived along the river subsisting mainly upon the fibh, taken from its clear waters, and exchanging their surplus catches with in terior tribes for hides and land game. "When the Pioneers came upon the river the3r secured and preserved the iish for their own use, but as the settlers became more numerous, and commerce began to grow, the new comers likewise' engaged in the traffic of the Salmon, until now the catch amounts to about one million doll...

Publication Title: Tri-Weekly Astorian
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Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-weekly astorian. — 29 November 1873

en Tri-Weekly Astorian ASTORIA toy. 29, 1873 Tide Table for Astoria. (From tables of United States Coat Surrey.") Hitch "W'ater.l Low Water. "W'ater.l p. m. Nov. A.M. A. M. i. M. v, :J l-" 2 211.. -21 4 04 :i 071.. 2" a iilj 4 001.. 2 5 52 f 0.SI., 27 (5 48 221., 28 7 4 5 7 :);il. 29 8 42 8 4SI. :50 !) :U ! m. 8 SI... i 17 .. 10 OS .. 11 W .. 0 2S.. 1 23 .. 2 10 .. :.... o 15 .. ..10 00 ..io 4 ; ..11 : ..CO oo .. 0 21 .. 1 3i .. 2 ol .. 4 01 VESSELS ON THE WAY. Following is a lift of vessel on tho way to this port, so far as we have been enabled to obtain a record of the same: Stmr A j ax, Bolles, from S. F. Ship David Brown, 005 tons, from S. F. British bark Arouco, 002 tons, from Peru. Ship Sagamore, from Kio Janeiro, Sept. 10. Island Belle, 313 tons, from South America. British bark Loyal Sam, from Rio Janeiro. City of Lima, 31") tons, from South America. Ship W. II. Meyer, from S. F., Nov. 2Tth. French bk Nouvcan St Michael, from S. P. British bark Sidlaw, 490 tons, from South A...

Publication Title: Tri-Weekly Astorian
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-weekly astorian. — 29 November 1873

w julmmmwbsmbhb W Tri-Weekly Astorian ASTORIA. Row 29, 1S73 FOR THE LADIES. The most potent kind of witch hazel is the hazel eye of a pretty woman. Young ladies use powder, per haps, because they think it will make them go oft'. A Michigan man aids woman's rights by turning out 18,000 broom handles a month, Grace Greenwood and four other ladies were present at the dedication ol the signal station on Pike's Peak. A Connecticut girl has gone in sane from being kissed in the dark. It don't affect "Web-foot girls in that way. A bachelor of 37 years has been fined ten dollars, in Canada, for kiss ing a neighbor's wife and then tell ing of it. Victoria "Woodhull is growing old and gray so fast that Theodore Tiliton passes her without a nod of recognition. A taffeta ribbon from one to two inches wide and two yards long, crossed in front is the "style with young ladies. Mature when she makes a beau tifuniead, is often so absorbed with admiration of her own work that she forgets the brains. ...

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