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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 30 September 1877

0 .iPJvJrJUl'illr iri Vstoria, Oregon, Sunday Morning, September 30, 1877. No. 100 KJ X o. i I 4 Utilxj stxrimx, ISSUED EVERY MORNING, (.Monday Excepted), 1. C. IRELAND : : IUBIISIIE2E. J6onuH Bnttdhvj, Cuss Street. Terms of Subscription : ?rcrviS by Carrier, per wcolc 25 Cents Scat by mail, four month? (Mj fcent by mail, me year. 0 00 Free of Postage to .Subscriber;-. rt Advertisements inserted by the year at (he ratoof SI "' per square per month. Transient advertising, bj' the dav or week, fify cents per square for each insertion. To City Subscribers. Thore are such frequent change5 in the resi dence of our city patrons that we shall feel ublired to any who make such changes if they will roport the :uuo to thi-ofJice. Uthenviso we hall not be responsible for failures of the earner to deliver tho paper promptly and rcmlarly to them. Noi:tiiwai:i IoiM. The Light house steamer .ShubricK '.sailed for the north yesterday from this )ort. 2OT.r,LKj. Several notable persons tire registere...

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. — 30 September 1877

C) iij&& gailaj stefcm. ASTORIA. OREGON: D. C. IKEIiAXI Editor. SUNDAY Sept. CO, 1S77 The Muldoon Theory. A California correspondent not long ago furnished a plausible theory res pecting the genesis of the term ' 'hood lum," that mysterious word which has perplexed, yet fascinated, philolo gists ever since it began to pass cur rent. According to his argument, the word was derived from the nsuno of one Muldoon, who, if we remember rightly, wrote a series of aggressive articles for a San Francisco newspa per, and for a signature adopted an anagram reversing the letters of his name thus: Noodlum. By a typo graphical error an h was substituted for the initial n. The liquid melody of this novel combination of vowels and consonants captivated the public ear, and, deriving significance from the character of the articles to which it was originally attached, it gradually came to be a synonyme for a certain type of recklessness and depravity pe culiar to the Pacific coast. The Mul doo...

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. — 30 September 1877

00 .At faiXij stariUwx, ASTORIA J5f.fi. 30, 1877 TiU Tnftle lor Astoria. OCTOBER. From tables of United States Coast Surrey. ttz High Water. Low Water. J y. .v. M. 1'. m. a. x. f. M. F..7 s : Si Sl 10 47 IS! 47 r. 04? U 24 11 m 1 S 03 7 IS! 1 :V5 1 15 2 .. !l In S :U) 2 4G 2 34 :; 10 10 : 47 3 51 3 51 1 11 11 10 .72 i 4 54 5 OG T 11 54 11 50! o 44 6 11 o :to! r 27 7 og 7 0 40 0 r.llj 7 0-2 7 53 1 .TO 1 25 1 34 8 45 Jb'INACJdAJND TRADE. Fiuntiiul. Gold in Now York. lU-l'ti ) l.ejml Tenders in Astoria buying 96; 6ll iiisr '!. .-ih-er 41Cplo per cent discount. C'-isi exchange on San Francisco X prem. Currency exchange on San Francisco por co;:t premium. Coin exchungcon New York per eont. pre mium. Telegraphic transfers on New York 1 por cent, premium. Currency exchange on New York )i percent ;reiniuuj. Astoria Haricots. Wiirat. Wiu'at afloat or wheat in utore at Astoria is always par with wheat afloat or in ioiea! San Francisco. Wh-t. Sales on bills of lading oa board chips frcightoff ...

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. — 30 September 1877

CO gto Sxlsf Ssta&ro, MISCELTiAXEOUS PROFESSIONAL CARDS. ASTOKTA Sept. 30. IS77 Scicutilic AdYerlisiiu The Springfield Rei)ublican cails attention to the fact that ad vertising on board fences and dead walls is being abandoned from a conviction of its general uselessness. The practice was rec ently denounced at the convention of Stove Manufacturers of the coun try, at Detroit, where the President said: If we would make the best possible use of our money we should patronize ably con ducted and responsible newspnpers. He added: "the newspaper is immeasurably the best medium open to our trade; the most liberal and expert advertisers testify to its "value, and in the employment oi its columns we would find a means of escape irom wasteful undignified, and ineffective method?." Live commercial men everywhere are fully sensible of the great ben efit derived from advertising All the great fortunes especially in the retail trade, have been made by that process. Advertising means the brin...

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. — 2 October 1877

CO T ll ?& Ji M Jv Jr M' li lr Vol 3. Astoria, Oregon, Tuesday Morning, October 2, 1877. No. 101. ! UJJI-V-l,l,rj:'J!rgU3jmjJJUL.XZg .".-.wp.i,'-j-rgs ;.:-i.r unnr JCTtc Jlniaax stwisra. o x c I?. ISSUED EVERY MORNING, (Monday Excepted', C. IRELAND : : lrIISIEER. A. "to rim v Building, Ois Street. Terms of Subscription : fcerved by Carrier, per week .23 Cents eni by mail, four month? 53 W boat by mail, cne your - 'J OU Free of Pottage to .Subscribers. xSTAdvcrti'-eincnii inserted by tbeycnr at the rate of i 3') ifr imro ier month. Transient advertiinir, by the day or week, fifty cents jer senate for each iuseition. To City Subscribers. There are such frequent change in the resi dence of onrcity jiations that wo shall feel obliged to any who make uch changes if they will report the -;unc to this, otlice. Uthei wie we .-hall not be rejon.-ible for failures of the carrier to deliver the iajcr promptly and regularly to them. The 3 dial em Country. Fj:om China. The American ship Pilg...

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. — 2 October 1877

lw aim mmMmmajun mjwu jbju uushjujoi axu&UJiLi&xwfw!uv9uaiaiittjHmm "X&e gailaj slorfcm. ASTOEIA. OREGON: D. C. IREIiA'I Editor. TUESDAY Oct. 2, 1877 Destitution in San Francisco. San Francisco lias hundreds, per haps thousands of men deprived of employment and reduced to destitu tion by the influence of the drought ; and the Alta says, these men must re ceive more help than the benevolent societies now in existence have the means of providing. Either a new association must be organized, or ad ditional resources must be provided for at least one of those heretofore estab lished. The present crisis is except ional in its origin, and will, we hope, be brief in its duration, not lasting longer than till December next, when we expect the rains to revive industry, restore confidence and make a demand for work. As to the willingness of the wealthy citizens as a class to contri bute whenever they see the need of help, there can be no doubt. They have never refused the appeal of...

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. — 2 October 1877

-- . r"5-Tv " U) A give afttj strafcro. ASTORIA OCT. 2, 187? TIIf Table lor Astoria. OCTOBER. From tablos of United States Coast Survey. High Water. Low Water. T:iv. . M. r. m. 10 47 0 24 11 58 1 35 1 15 2 4fi 2 34 :i 54 3 51 4 54 5 00 3 44 G 11 0 27 7 08 7 02 7 53 1 31 8 45 IINANCiiJLN.!J T3ADE. Fiimsicinl. (Told in New York,10J,l) Legal Tenders in Astoria. buying 96; soll iiv '-7. Hlvcr M,( per cent dicount. Coin exchange on San Francisco 3 prcra. Currency exchange on San Francisco . Tor cent premium. 'oin exchange on New York percent, pre mium. I'ulegraphic transfers on New York 1 per cent, premium. Currency Cichangcon Now York percent, premium. Astorj.'i .uarkots. YH kat. Wheat afloat or wheat in store at Astoria is always oar with wheat afloat or in stole at San Frani isco. Win at. Sales on bills of la5ing on board s-hins freightoll $2 15iSJ 20 percental. 1 i.ori:. Supcrlino S oO 7 0); Extra SS 50 7.7). Corn Meal cwt. $4 00; Uuckwheatc cwt. ? .0t57 o0. Mux Fi:m. Bran 25 00 ton;...

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. — 2 October 1877

00 9 gto ailaj gstcrrisra. ASTOKTA Oct. 2, 1877 MISCELLANEOUS Spend Your Money at Home. The following are the most forcible rea eons why yoa bhould pend your money at heme: 1st, It is your home; you cannot im prove it much by taking it away to tpend or ihVesst. 2d, There is no way of improving a place bo much as by encouraging good mer Miinnts wnnil schools and cood peonle to fcettle among you, and this cannot be done Unless you pend your money at home. 8d, Spend your money at home, for there is where you generally get it. It h your duty. 4, Spend your money at home" because when it is necessary for you to get credit, it i& of your town merchants you have to get it, and they must wait for th money. Therefore, when you have the cash, spend it at home. 5th, Spend your money at home. It will make better merchants of your mer-A.iM.Mtc- t.liRv ran and will keen better lusortments and hell at lower rates than if the onlv business they can do is what is credited out, while the money go...

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. — 3 October 1877

0) Vol 3. Astoria, Oregon, Wednesday Morning October 3,1877. - BTh 102, .: J - "' " "" - -- ' - .v ' , ?. Vm -. v. ' ... . . . . " " v-c ..... . ... - ; " -' " " " r" -rrss? vJpavaKs.- - - t 3 . . V 'Jjp Sails Bi0iam ISSUED EVERY "MORNING, (Mowlay Excepted), I. Cl IRE&.AX& : ; PUBLISHTER. Atioriuii BuUding1 Cass Street. Terni3 of Subscription : erved by Ou recr, per week.. ,-.25 Cents Sent by m?il. tour months .... ..S3 08 Sent by uizi!, enc year. . y 09 Free of L'opago to Subscribers. B5J" Adrcraj-euienls inserted by the year at the r&to "f $1 10 :ersqur per month. -Trnn.siar.t "ertiins, by the day or v-eek, SCty ctvits per square for each insertion. To wity Subscribers. Tnere are strch frequent changes in the resi dence of our city patrons that we shall feel ytjliced to any who nwke such changes if the will report tl: snuiet-o thisotSco. Otherwise we shall not o rosjonsiblo for failures of tho cairier t deliver the paper promptly oml reguJarly to them. The schooner W. ...

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. — 3 October 1877

&e-il3 &strcfcm. FOREIGN EXPORTS. NEf ADVERTISE STENTS. MISCELLANEOUS, AUCTION SALES. ASTORIA. OREGON: . C. IEIiANl.....-r. Editor. "WEDNESDAY Oct. 8, 1877 A Trade Conundrum. A -whimsical problem has been pro pounded. But under its absurdity lies the key to many a question where the assets of a firm have disappeared. Two men, on the way to a race-course, conveyed a demijohn of whiskey, which they held in partnership, and proposed to vender on the grounds . A condition was made and kept inal good faith, that neither should drink on-the way without paying. One soon drank, nd paid the other the stipulate dime. The other grew thirsty and drank, pay ing his partner the same dime. And so they drove a prosperous trade till, when they reached the race course, they found themselves m possession only of the one dime, and the empty demijohn. Like many other absurd jokes, this has the germ of truth in it, and expresses one of the causes of "hard times" better than many a labor ed financ...

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. — 3 October 1877

w 1 X, V VS M&i-IKUJJIS f S f 1 - Jkz uilg QstBxtixtu AST05&A OGt. 3, 1877 Titl Tnble lor AsteriH. . OCTOBER. From tables of United States Coast Surrey, High Wator. Low Wcter. Pay. a. m. i'. a. a. M. p. m. 2il... 5 35 - 4 51. 10 47 . . 30 f. 47 G 04.... 0 24 11 58 1 8 03 - 7 181 1 35 1 15 2 0 15 - 8 34 2 3 2 34 CJ 10 1I .. 9 47 3 54 . 3 51 11 H ..10 521 4 54 .... 5 OG T 11 54 11 301. 5 41 G 11 3 , . 0 30) 6 27 7 OG 1 0 40 0 5! ... 7 02 7 53 1 JQ .. 1 25 1 34 8 45 JylNANCK ANL TRADE. Flunticinl. old in Now York. UMKftn- Ltsml Tenders in Astoria buying 96; sell cp i'7. Silver 4J. ior cent discount. Coin exchange on San Frarrcisco prom. Currency exchango on San Francisco per cent premium. Coin exchange on Jf ok York percent, pre fcuiuin. Telegraphic transfers oa New York 1 per cent, premium. Currency oxchangoon Now York percent yyrcrmuui- Astoria Anrttci. "Whkat. Wheat afloat or wheat hi store at Jistorfci ; always par with wheat afloat or in itoio at San FranciM-o. W h-:vt- Sa...

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 October 1877

03 j,5 g.. it TSTrCft jimeTTBFfcfi 2?s 7-W-t " Wl'?!t - Mi Wft fee EiIsi0fcro.- MISCELLANJEpUB THE ASTOBIAN ,COLUMN. r . tt Iaiportamito Settlers, From the Walla Walla Union. The last Congress passed a law which will in its enforcement save many homesteaders the time trouble and-expense of a- personal trip to the Land Office, when it becomes desira ble or necessary to make -final proof for their claims. The new la7, which is now in force, provides that any p"arty desiring to avail himself of the provisions of the act " must go before the Judge,or in his absence, the Clck, of any court of record in the county and State, or district and Territory, in which the lands are situated, with his witness, maue the proof, and take the affidavits required by law, accor ding to the prescribed forms. The jndge or clerk taking the proof, is required to transmit it with theproper fee and charges to the -Register and Receiver of the Land Office, if the testimony is taken by the clerk in the absence ...

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 October 1877

- -5' "- ; w ;yf -y : jC i ) Vol. 3. Astoria, Oregon, Thursday Morning, October 4, 1877. No. 103. aimiiai W. J J. B 9WI 1 . ,PJJJi''i V . V "";A ?. ISSUED EVERY MORNING, (.Monday Excepted), IK C. ZItEX,AND : : I'l'ISLISIEER. Abtoriau Building, Cais Street. Terms of Subscription i Served by Carrier, per week- .25 Cents Sent by mail, four months i'-l W iJent byjnail, cno year. il 00 Fieo of Postage to Subscriber:?. lS-Advcrtiscments Inserted by the year at .'die rate of SI ."') per squsire per month. Trunient ndrcrll-in?, by the day or week, fifty cents per siuare for each insertion. To City Suhscr-Vbers. Tijcrc are such frequent chanpe in flic rcsi dencof our city patrons that tvo shall feel obliged to any who make such clcwpc if they will repoit the same to thi office. Otherwise we shall not be responsible for failures of the carrier to deliver the paper promptly and I esularly to them. Ready for Sea. The Palawan 'River Indus to-day. and 1) lsci r ai:c; j:d. The Henrietta -at Astori...

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 October 1877

a) i I I 1 )4tM UUJI g&& gaiXtj JVsto&wx. ASTORIA. OREGON : D. C. TIH3IAX3. ,0T THURSDAY uct. 10" : Harry Metggs. The Alto says The report that Harry Meiggs at latest dates, had slightly improved in health, will bo received with pleasure by many ol his former friends yet remaining on earth's foot-stool, and in California even. ... , .. ,1 ..,, ...WW, 1- , Althougninerei)oitu;uwoI.v;from thc Ochotsk soa? while all the in terms of sanguine hopes tor his , ni,,,,, ;ei,le. full vcovery, it yet leaves chance! , . . i ":, . ;, Krt, .,11 for nopmg and that is about all. We could wish a srant of many, years of active lire tor Harry Meings, not merely for the sake of himself and family, but for the rtr.-i nt "Po.ru. a , ' The PuOFKSSOli IN JMiKOR.-fcome j time ince, the master of the Bnl-1 ish bark Professor Arey reported ia that his vessel struck on a bank, the exact position given by him be- i r ri . t Of3 ml ..-...-' A m XI D SOUin, OO JO wi:.-b snrvov wjis immodiatelv held in...

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 October 1877

V &r (V s" V 'ctirjuirA :,, 'x-ifL-' t ! glue gaalg Qstoxmi ASTOKIA Oct. 4, IS77 Tili Ta:;e jor Astoria. JJrom tufekss ?f United States Coast Scrvcy. Uch Hater- i how Water. Hv V. m. 1 A. M. a. x. H-J'i J 3i li .... rn - 4 i " or. '-. h W- n r " t ii a. o :( ( 27 7 or. 7. ft 4a . o &r 7 rj 7 re. 1 38 1 -l 1 'M -.- S 4; QIIEIGN EXPOKTS. . V SEPTEMBER. S 9trp-A per Lochifvcur, Sept I r rVrttio?. Whet-23.aW ctl?.. S-is,o) oe ST liun-itdu, per MUie Mndottt, S-pt. I: J'Umr. 3t Darrois 5 L'ifS 5 ' Owe Ii's. I'll) cases -rl 25 l'otUi-. 1 VJ -nek.-- 20 W I !-. 2 S J tW .SaliMn,:JS bbl ?$) W (?.-' o3 1M) Iiwllxncsus mde 2,L3 82 Sf7&" G7 lST IIoimIhIh wr EuUriMbiirg, Sep S: Fh.tir. ' bbl. s MH) tMl Salmon, 123 lbl 1,012 00 Hlkg? - -S3 :t ck5- 224) M) Lumber, mhis and bolts 2,0-1.! ")2 U:ite and bran M Miscellaneous md.- 7.1) W 3,S12 Tm ZV Vu'hr!n Hml XtiHihhii per tr Ctl'ft-rt.Ut, Spi ." Piour. 1-V,2 bHi :.S 8,779 i Wheat, J 12 cental? J ,2$ 71 Bran, ilea! kiul Mid- tUius. Aj,71 i...

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 October 1877

Sw-rrs' 00 u; f1 . 3Jfcj& siXyj storcimx. ASTOFJA. ....Oct. 4. IS77 OREGON SVMMERS. From tho Standard. The important advantage that Ore gon lias over California in the matter of unfailing seasons has been well ventilated and will be thoroughly un derstood after awhile by immigrants seeking homes on this Pacific coast. J3ut another and equal important ad vantage is the great mildness of our summer. We published yesterday an extract from tho San Francisco Bulletin showing the extreme heat now obtaining in California the thermometer at points in the interior going up to 113 degrees. It is burn ing up the crops, the vegetation, the roses and the leafy June trees are shedding their leaves so rapidly as to indicate Autumn instead of mid-Summer. Here we have almost the gen iality of uniling Spring, just enough -of heat to make the weather delight ful, while blankets are indispensable .at night. It is true the mercury indi cates what would in the east be a .high degree of heat, but the ...

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 October 1877

Yol. 3. Astoria, Oregon, Friday Morning, October' 5, 1877. Ko. 104. J.jj VI' E T3r"rrrgc": U-'MAAU. iXWU . HmOJUMLM:.m-: V. gto niTg gstxrmaiT, ISSUED EVERY MORNING, (Monday Excepted), I. C. IRELAND : : PU2SIZ.5!EER. Astorian BuUdiny, Cass Street. Terms of Subscription : bcrved by Carrier, per week .23 Cents Pent by mail, four months S3 M Jient by mail, cue year. 'J 00 Free of I'ostagc to Subscribers. i&T Advertisements inserted by the year at the rate of $1 "VJ per square per month. Transient advci tiding, by the day or week, fifty cents per square for each insertion. To City Subscribers. There are such frciucnt change in the resi dence of our city patrons that we shall feel obliged to any who make such changes if they ivill report the same to this office. Otherwise ivo shall not be resionsiblo for failures of the carrier to deliver the paper promptly and regularly to them. Portland Evening Bee: The Daily Astrorian hasately been enlarged, it is a neatly printed sheet, and is on...

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 October 1877

&) gftj gailjj sixrsism. ASTORIA. OREGON: dc. IRELAND Editor. 4?RIDAX Oct. 5, IS" The Dance of Death. This is the day set apart by Sitka Jack, a leading Indian chief in Alaska, for a grand potlatch in Sitka. In ad dition to the testimony of Captain Collins, we have the report of Capt. J. W. White, of the United States Revenue Marine, "who recently went to Sitka under instructions from the secretary of the treasury where he ar rived on the 10th of August, and sub sequently, with the steamer Tom Cor win, visited the following Indian villa ges: Chilcarts, Ank, Takon, Kake, Kontznen and Hooner; returned to Sitka Aug. 27th and sailed thence on the 28th; arrived at Fort Wrangle on the 29th and sailed Sept. 1st; arrived at Xaita on the 1st and left on the 3d; arrived at Astoria on the 12th. Capt. White's report to the treasury department on the situation in Alaska, closes as follews: "I have to add that from the best data obtainable the pop ulation of this place is as follews: About tw...

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 October 1877

f) v. gftjo uila staofero. ASTOKIA 0-CI . 5, 1877 Tstlf Table lor Astocfa. UCTOOEIL From ftV.es of Touted States Coast Survey. High Water. j Lvm Water. 5ay. a.m. r. x. 1 A. m. r. M. -1 K vZ IB V21 4 54 (W . li r4 .n ."iou r 44 li . o nol :s on 7 0 4n 0 ftt 7 02 7 SJ ? 1 : 1 25 1 -34 8 45 PQREIGN EXPORTS. SEPTEMBER. "STJfAerpcfJi per Lucuuivar, Sepi 1: ValtKS. .540,000 (X) Wheat SUMB ctis T JFutv-lviiL, jier Mattie Macloav, Sept. I: Flour. 3tt2 rtM-rofe S 1.2S8 2((jO&', i V. vJM;ks 1 i 0 j i m.s 2ioj b-- :is i m Salmon. 3S: bJ 3,:0 J Sj cases "M 00 Micclhuicu5 mdc. 2,3515 JS- -S.JS5 07 "iTo Honolulu p-r FaUcinkvxg, Sept: Flour. "X bbl . H 0!) Sftlnton. 123 bbls J ,012 00 J Hi jikgs SH 33 cases 220 00 Tr.imbar, spars r.nd bolts 2,012 .12 Oats and "bran . 15 0)1 Misccllaeoyus mdsu 709 00 5vSl2 55 3Tt VirUiria ami X auaime per str Caljoniixi , .S'tjot .5: Fiour. 15.1a bbls 5 S,77I) oG Wheat, 112 rentals l. 74 Stain. Meal and Mid dlings, y.,7J ir.s P10 OS Miscellaneous indsc 5.039 18...

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 October 1877

m J&s silrj tamm ASTORIA Oct. 5, 1877 A GUEST OP NATURE. "Written for The Astoiuax. Uy the O:rtsop Hard. Sonic folk think that I must he lonely ; But I don't see the good reason why ; "With my hook and the Muse I would often excuse The gayest of gay company. "With the first golden ray in the morning That gilds the green top of the trees, My companions troop in, "With their clatter and din, And hegrudge me one moment of ease, And chalk out the routine of business For performance thro'out the whole day, With sometimes a broad hint That time lost, or mis-spent, Is a loss to us ever and aye- I live on the proceeds of labor Performed by own willing hands; That, with thought, care, and toil, 1 extract from the soil And the cattle that brouse o'er my lands. Though 1 have no human companions I mentally see them all 'round, In their hurry and strife Through the battle of life, And in mis'ry enough, I'll be bound. I love to commune with my fellows, When harmony plays her whole part; Then ...

Publication Title: Daily Astorian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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