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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily morning astorian. — 7 February 1884

03 , - .. . . MJ .. -'-'- YOL. XX. i0. 106. ASTORIA, OREGOX, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 1884. PRICE, FIVE CENTS. THE POUNDER OP ASTOEIA. The Great Grandchildren of the German Butcher Boy Celebrating the Cen tennial of His Arrival. HOW JOHK JACOB ASTOR MADE MOSET. The ball which Mrs. William Astor ?ave on January 21st to 900 New 'orkers commemorated the centen nial landing in New York of. John Jacob Astor, the founder of the fam ily, and a wonderful man in some re spects. He seems to have had many faultb, this Baden butcher's appren tice; he was ruled by his money bags; he was avaricious, sordid, niean, and, in later years, averse to giving away one dollar of his vast fortune outside of his own family. But he had a genius for commercial speculation. Since his day the Astors have been steady-going, unimaginative, heavy minded men, who have marched alongside of the Vast snowball of money which John Jacob Astor sent rolling down hill, and this will prob ably be the arduous duty of many gener...

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. — 7 February 1884

ca ht gaittj historian. ASTORIA. OREGON! THURSDAY FEBRUARY 7, 1884 Three million southern adults can not read and writs. They vote u8olitL' The Supremo Court of California has decided that grand jurors can not be compelled to reveal how they to ted. The steamer Carlisle li. Patterson, built for the TJ. S. Coast Survey serv ice oh this coast, was launched at Williamsburg, N. T., January 15th. She is a staunch vessel of 719 tons displacement . . Washington Tebbitoby has 131 insane persons. This is exclusive of her candidates for office. (Attention is directed to the above campaign joke. This size, warranted not to rip in the seams, three for a dollar; caveat filed.) One of the present popular con tentions in Norway is for a merchant marine flag which shall be distinct from the "union'' flag, which now aids in confusing Norway with Swe den in the minds of foreigners. The Norwegians are very sensitive to any blunders regarding their identity, and especially resent the idea that their la...

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. — 7 February 1884

cv lw lattt jstoriaw. ASTORIA. OREGON: THURSDAY KEBkCaK 7. iw ISSUED EVERY MORNING. (Monday excepted J. F. HALL-ORAN &, COMPANY, rUBLIRHEUS AND rKOPIHKTORS. ASTORIA.N BUILDING. - - CASS TR BET Term of Subscription. ServHl bv Carrier, per week ircts Sent by M Ul. p-r intuitu oncts. " one year .. . jstjoo F33 of postage to miU -ribers. t5JrAlvertIseuients inserted lv the vearat the rate of $2 per square per month. " Trui sient advertising fifty cents per square, each insertion. Around the City. The A. B. Field goes to Tillamook this morning. The police court had no business before it yesterday. F. C. Baed's Dppar Astoria dwelling is fast approaching completion. The ladies union prayer meeting will be in Y. M. C. A. hall at 3 p. m. to-day. J. E. Higgins, acting school clerk in district No. 9, gives notice concerning school taxes. . "Tickets are being rapidly sold for Alias Bpaulding's lecture at Liberty hall to morrow evening. For the remainder of the month a steamer will leave Ast...

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. — 7 February 1884

C4 &to gattij Mtorat ASTORIA, OREGON; THURSDAY.-.. .FEBRUARY 7. 18St SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE PORT OF ASTORIA, RbAD M)H SEA. Sea King Am p Antwerp Fnh C SAILED Otttson is. Pohlraan 8 F Feb 6 Indiana. Am p, Qnecastown FebO ABRJ VALS FROSt SUA. ;.'& ox California, m Debney. & f Feb 6 VESSELS IN THE RIVER. CM ire ft.iloutha.rd. AmsD MtWasbinston. An ID Red Cross. Am p Highland Usbt.A.ap Heuooti. fjime Winolow.Aja OK Til lie E Stirbnck. Am Martha Fisher, Ranoa-Rrlik KJemah. Bro Berwickshire, Br so Chn. 'Jotesworth, Br bk JAle oz Krln, Br sp exoxa. Am sp rBSSELS 'JA THE WA t . Frown Foreitru Port, for Ikf Ctiluruttta i:ter Aberstwith Castle. Br sp 1065 Liverpool St II City of Csrl Wo, Br bk liroenock Auff H Kskdsle. Br bk liv rpool .fair Itata, Br bk Liverpool Dec S Jorsalfarer. Nor bk Liverpool Nor 12 Kelverdale, Br bk 1191 SbW NoKeman, Br bk Lirerpoot Dec S River Indus, Br sp Nnwosstle Nor 83 StaaHound. Br bk W3 Wilmington SUht. Br bk 1067 London Dec 5 TjtUoaa, Br bk London Do...

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. — 8 February 1884

ru w.lL , ,, " .1-.U." VOL. XX, j0. 107. ASTOllIA, OREGON, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 1884. PRICE, FIVE CENTS. DEFEAT OF BAKER PASHA. Cowardice of the Egyptians. CAiEO.Feb. 5,-Advices regarding the defeat of Baker Pasta are con- flictintr. but the followinfdfitails hmra bten received: Baker Pasha began his advance from the entrenchment at Trinkitat Sunday. His forces con sis ed of 3000 troops, badly armed and short of ammunition, many of' whom showed an unwillingness to proceed. Baker Pasha had sent from Trinkitat to Cairo an urgent appeal for rifles to replace the old muskets, with which a number of his troops were armed. In reply he received orders to try and force his way to Tokar without delay, and with the English officers connected with the J expedition uegan me marcn wiin tne -expectation of defeat Spies had falsely reported the road clear with the exception of small bands of rebels. Monday forenoon a portion of the advance encountered the body of Isman Degna's troops, and the fight...

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. — 8 February 1884

en $ gattjj gtstovian. ASTOKIA. OREGON: FRIDAY FERKOARY 8. 1R?4 THE EIVEIt MAIL SERVICE. The Portland mail that left that city yesterday morning arrived here at six in the evening. The sim ple statement is sufficient to illur trate how miserably inadequate the service is. The existing state of affairs is just this that as a rule, mail matter is not received until thirty-six hours after it is mailed at the Portland office. This portion of the mail service has not even the merit of being ridiculous, and works a hardship on the entire community. No blame is to be attached to the Portland or Astoria postoffices; the officials do the best they can under the circumstances. The blame rests with the government The O. R. & N. Company do just about what they are paid to do, and naturally take good care to do no mora That cor poration showed last summer that they could get mail down here at 11 o'clock in the morning, if necessary, and the only reason it isn't done is that the sum paid for ...

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. — 8 February 1884

3 Site gtoitjj gustodaw. ASTORIA. OREGON: FRIDAY hEBrtUAHY 8. IWJ ISSUED EVERY MORNING. (Monday excelled) J. F. HAL.L.ORAN & COMPANY, PUBLISH EKS AND I'KOt'ItlKTOUA, ASTOEIA.N BUILDING. - - UASS .STREET Term orSutcrIptIoo. 8ei wd bv C tri ler. nrr week . . I5cts. Sent by M til pr month ..... icls. i .r .. t)ue ear ...... . ST.OO Fred of postage ro ul nhers. jgyAdvertisenu'iits inserted by the year at the rate o!S2 per square per month. Tnui slent advertising fifiv cents per square, each insertion. Around the City. Don't forget the lecture to-night. Tacoma has a German newspaper. Card well, of Jacksonville, weighs 295 pounds. Wheeler ic Bobb have sold the News route to O. B. Thomas. The head office.of the O. Ii. & Co. has been moved to Boston. The Sea King crossed out yesterday, The Carrie Witislow sails to-day. Thin cakes of ice floated in the river yesterday and the attendant gelidity was manifest. The Kate and Anna, Capt. Lutjens commanding, arrived in yesterday after noon...

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. — 8 February 1884

CM Wxt gatUt jfo6m. AaTOKIA, OREGON: FRIDAY.. .FF-RRI'ARY S. ISR1 SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE PORT OF ASTORIA. RKAfH rUR SKA. Baaca. Brbk QneenHouti Febt Carrie Winilow. Am bU Montevideo Fob" iAILED Ss Kise Axa sp Antwerp Feb VESSELS IS THE RIVER. O Otive S.Sonthard. Amip MtWa.hlnjrton. Am sp Red Cross, Am sp Hichl&nd Lizht,Am.o Helloon. rillie K frbock. Am Banrickhire. Brsp Ifie of Knn, Br cp .tlartna risner, RUmah. Brso Cbas. oteswortb, Br bk Merotm, Am sp PXSSKLS OA THE WA V. Froart For-tri Prf h, for iln Columbia Klur Aberstwlth Castle. Br sp 1065 Liverpool Spi 11 City of Carlisle, Br bk Greenock Ant U Kskdale. Br bk Uvrpoot J air 26 lt&ta. Br bk Liverpool Dec S Jors&ll&rer. Nor kk Liverpool Kov 13 Kelverdaln, Br bk 1191 NbW Noreem&n, Br bk Liverpool Dec 3 River Indut, BrspNnvrcastle Nov 30 Stagbonnd. Br bk SCS Wilmington Silhet. Br bk 105 London Dec 5 Tj-thonus, Br bk London Dec S From American Port. Alameda Am sp N Y Jan 15 Belie of Oregon, Am bk 1169 New York S....

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. — 9 February 1884

m A VOL. XX, XO. 108. ASTORIA, OREGOX, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 1884 PRICE, FIVE CENTS. MEMBERS OF THE XLVII CONGRESS. If there is any man in the house of representatives who represents all that is best in political reform, his name is Holman. He looks like Abra ham Lincoln, but is not so large physioally or intellectually. He has the same chin, whiskers, and much the same bump of conscientiousness. It is said of Lincoln that when in the house he objected to the consid eration of the steals, just as Hol man does but Lincoln had magnet ism, humor, benevolence, and admin istrative genius; Holman has mag netism, no humor, no genius. He may be benevolent; be certainly is honest. He has served in nine con gresses eighteen years; ha was once a probate judge and once judge of the court of common pleas, in Indi ana, a member of its constitutional convention and its legislature. He has a national reputation. Where did Carlisle put him on the commit tees? He is fourth member of appro priations a...

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. — 9 February 1884

CD Sk gailg fjtfforian. ASTORIA. OREGON: 8ATURDAY .FEBRUARY 9. IBS! OUR UNCHANGED OPINION. A Clatsop correspondent thinks that our strictures upon Congressman George for his vote concerning the forfeiture of the laud grant, are un merited, and that that gentleman may have been right Let us see. For five years Western Oregon has asked for the forfeiture of the land grant. Our little grievance in this northwest corner of the Union was but the smallest segment of a great circle of wrong, embracing in its limits nearly all parts of the Union. From California and Texas news papers came the same complaint that The Astobian voiced. The answer from the corporations was the old Tweed cry, "What are you going to do about it?" One of the most auda cious of the group -Vanderbilt ex pressed the sentiments of the rest when he said "The public be damned." Finally the rule that "they shall take who have the power, and they shall keep who can," became relaxed. Upon the meeting of congress last Decem...

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. — 9 February 1884

C3 lt gaily gtetarimt. ASTORIA. OK jSGON: SATURDAY- ..HEIliUU' 9 1HM ISSUED EVERY MORNING. (Mondav excepted)! J. F. H iL,L,ORAN & COMPANY, PUBLISHERS AND !'KOIKIRTO&3. ASTOBX&N BUILDI.NG. - - CAS nTREE 'I Term of Subscription. Servd bv C irrlcr. ir r wet-k Sent by M til. p r month " ,r ouee.tr ., Free of postage to -lib nberx rcts. . Clcts. -S7.00 yAlveiemt':it in&ertfd by theearat the rate of $2 pT sqiure per month. Tran sient advertising fifty cents pei square, each Insertion. Around tlie Citv. E. C. Holder's auction sale begins at half-past ten this morning. Everyone has a sore shoulder this morning from snowballing yesterday. Capt. West has sold his cannery at Hungry Harbor to the North Shore Pack ing Company. The school boys and girls got a half holiday yesterday and had more fun than any one with the'ir sleds. The annual meeting of the P. L. and B. association will be held at Liberty hall at 7 o'clock this evening. More rain fell at Astoria than at Cape Hancock...

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. — 9 February 1884

m hc aiti !tftoiatk ASTORIA, OREGON: SATURDAY. FEBRUARY 9. 1R84 SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE POBT OF ASTORIA. HI-API H)Jl ShA. Ctrrie TTinelow. Am hk MnntvHco Feb" 'AILED Basc. BrbV Qaeenstown Feb VESSELS I NT DP. RrVHR. OHre S.Sosth&rd, Aatp .Itt'W&shtnffton, Aro tp Red Orosi. Am sp HigbUod Light. Am. p HaUoan. Mtrthft Fisher, Tillle G Starbnofc, Am ftlemaix. Brsp Brwlckhlre. Br p Cbas. 'Jotesworth, BrXik. Itle of Erin, Br up Merom, Am p VESSELS OA THE WA Y. fti Frir Prt. for iht Columbta Hlur Abawtwitb Castle. Br sp 1065 Liverpool Sept 11 City of Carlisle, Br bk Greenook Aug 14 Eikdale. Br bk Liverpool .Tol 26 lUU, Br bk Liverpool Dec S Jors&lf rer. Nor bk Liverpool Kor 12 Kelverdale, Br bk 1TCI SSW 5oremao, Br bk Liverpool IK-cS River Indus, Br 6i Xnttcastle Nor SO SUfbound. Br bk KTS Wilmington Sllbet, Br bk 1057 London Dee 5 Tj-thonus. Brbk London Dec 3 From American Porta. Al&medft Am spNY Jan IS Belle of Uieeon, Am bk 1169 New ork S. B. Mead, Am hk 105 N Y Sept 6 TII...

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. — 10 February 1884

to VOL. XX. XO. IG9. ASTORIA, OREGON, SOX DAY, FEBRUARY 10, 13S4. PRICE, FIVE CENTS. DOWN HILL TO DEATH. The Adventure of a Party of Coasters in the Colorado Mountains. Snow fell at Central and Black Hawk, Colo., in November, passed ott, came again, and by the 1st of Decem ber the indications were that there would'be a long and dreary winter. By holiday times the roads, which were constantly used, had become firmly packed down with snow, which was as smooth and glassy as it was possible to make it The ores from the mines above were hauled on sleds and this had beaten down the track until the grooves worn by the run ners were like the polished steel that formed them. Once started in them at Nevada, a sled, unchecked, would fly to Black Hawk without giving one tune to say "good day" to any ac quaintance he might pass in Central. It was like being shot out of a oata pult or dropped down an elevator shaft One of the favorite pastimes, moon light nights in winter, was coasting, and the c...

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. — 10 February 1884

en Wkt gaUg jSteiorian. ASTOEIA, OREGON: SUNDAY. .FERRUARY 10, 188J FANNING THE FIRE. More fuel, more flame, more Leal as "well as more light, are demanded by the religious needs of the time. However comfortable any single de nomination may consider itself "when gathered around its own hearth stone, sectarian fires are not capa ble of raising to any high degree the general religious temperature. It must be confessed that devotional coldness is one of the characteristics of the time, and that we are making little or no headway in counteract ing it. When we seek the causes of this devotional indifference, we may find one of them in the rapid increase of material prosperity and that general diffusion of comforts, which relieves men to a great degree of any perma nent sense of need. When we are conscious of dependence upon the underlying Life, we are made aware also of relations which transcend the physical. Absorbed in business, im mersed in luxury, intent on having rather than being, ...

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. — 10 February 1884

f3j Wat 3ity Interim. ! ASTOIIIA, OREGON: I -- ' SD2fD- -FEBRUARY 10. I! , - 1 - ISSUED EVERY MORNING. (Monday excepted) J. F. HA.L.LORAN & COMPANY, PUM.ISHKKS A'I I'nOrRIVTTtiK, ASTORt AN BUILDING. - - CASS.VTKKK'; Terms of Subscription. Served by Carrier, per wk Sent by 3I&1I. per mouth ..... " " " nueear ........... Free of pota:io to Miltecnbors. - Met"?. - nttcts. .$7.00 Egf-Advertkements inserted liy the ear at the rat of S$i per square per month. Traii .slent advertising liftv rents per mjiiuiv, eaeh insertion. Around the Citv The Columbia is due to-morrow morn ing. Bishop Morris exacts to be in Astoria March yOth. The Becrnah clpared for Qneenstown yesterday with 1G,"71 bbls rlour, worth 3S2,855. There will be a special meeting of the vestry of Grace church to morrow even ing at 7:30. '"The Model Young Man" is the subject of a lecture to be given at the Baptist church to-night. Several joyous parties of sleigh-riders were out last evening and enjoyed them selves exce...

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. — 10 February 1884

w Wxt gatUt tarau. A3T0K1A, OKEGON: SUNDAY. FEBRUARY 10. 1R?4 SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE PORT OF ASTORIA. RJ-Ain rOh SJ-A. Parri WinMnw. Ai lik MonfridoFeb7 Blernab, brsp Queens'owi Fe'rn&rx 9 VESSELS IN THE RIVER. Olive S.Southard. Amsp MtWashlnjnon. Am ap Red OroM. Am sp Highland. Light. Am. sp Helicon. Martha Fisher. Tittle E tarbcck, Axa Chas. ;ote worth Br bk Berwickhlre. Br sp Meron, Aia sp Isle of Kris, Br sp VESSELS OA THE WA Y. f'roKi Forelen Prtn, for tfe Cnlumltfn Iflvrr Aberstwltb Cestle, Br sp 1005 Liverpool Sept 11 Citr of Carlisle, Br bk Orenock Aug 14 Eskdale. Br bk Ur'rpool JnlrW IUU, Br bk Liverpool Dec 5 Jonudfarer. Nor bk Liverpool Not 1J Kelwrdale, Br bk 1191 N b W Norseman. Br bk Liverpool Dee 3 River Indus, Br sp Nnwcistle Nor 99. St&gbonnd. Br bk H73 Wllminxton Silhet. Br bk 1057 loodon Dec 5 Tythonus. Br bk London DocS From AmerioaH Parts. Alameda Am ipKY Jan IS Belle of Oregon, Am bk 1 169 New York S. B. Mead. Am bk 1UJ5 S Y Sept 6 TIDE TABLE FOB ASTORIA...

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. — 12 February 1884

,'f . J VOL. XX, iNO. 1 10. ASTORIA, OREGON, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 12, 1884. PRICE, FIVE CENTS. .V ' CO At&m A B a Y&ik wMSM Im A OF INTEREST TO ASTORIANS. Where Villard's Money Came From and How He Was Cinched. A gentleman "who divides his time pretty equally between the Atlantic seaboard and the northwest, and is creel ited-with a high place in the ros ter of well-posted ones, said yester day to a reporter that he declined to have any faith in the recent advance df the ex-Villards as permanent, and while convinced that the Northern Pacific is an admirable property, it must be at least sixty days before a genuine advance "will come. "I must tell you briefly," said he, "some an cient history, and it is so ancient now briefness is proper. The Oregon and Transcontinental had 51 per cent of the Northern Paoific securities locked up in their safes. Yillard pushed the road through with unex 'ampled rapidity and I want to say now, the Northern Pacific is the best built and best equipp...

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. — 12 February 1884

Ct ffo. gaily tetman. ASTORIA, OREGON: TUESDAY FEnmiATlY 12, 1SSI THE BILL Jilt. GEORGE INTRODUCED The Astoriax, in referring to the bill introduced by Mr. George to de clare forfeited the laud grant between Forest Grove and Astoria, and pro viding that all moneys received for the sale of those lands within the next ten years shall be paid to any person or company first building a standard gauge railroad between those two points, says: "As to the bill that he introduced, it would, if passed, constitute a richer grant than the one which congress proposes to forfeit, and wilL" It may be a richer grant, and there fore something of an inducement to a company to build the road. It will not be in the shape of franchise to some particular company or to any company to hold so as to prevent the company that may first build. If it is not desirable to have any government aid, or, if no road is wanted, then we are content to have the land grant forfeited uncondition ally. If the products of the...

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. — 12 February 1884

?t '". " w )xt JSatU; Historian. ASTORIA. OREGON: TUESDAY... ..FEBKUAhY 12. 1M ISSUED EVERY MORNING. (Mondaj excepted) J. F. HALLORAN & COMPANY. PPBLISIIKK8 A'D PROPItTKTuK-. A8TORIA5 BUILDING. - - CASS STREET Term of Subscription. Servrd bv C.urior. per w eek.... .. IScts. Sent by Mall, per mouth .. WMts. " ' " miejeai ... Free of, postu-se to..ubsi:ribeK. .57.09 Elf-Advertisements inserted by the j ear at the rate of 2 per square per nioiith. Trau slent ad ertislug fifty cents per square. each insertion. Around the Citv. Council meets to-night. The fuel market i lively this week. This wilt be a good day to buy that ralentine. The Beemah and Stale of California exossed out yetsrday. Proving him to be a vagrant cost Win. Vallero $10 in the police court yesterday. Cralgie Sharp is in the city in the in terests of his able journal, the West Shore. On the Columbia yesterday J. Strauss received a large lot of fine baby car riages. Yesterday was the 152d anniversary of Washington's b...

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. — 12 February 1884

C4J lt gailjj gustomm ASTORIA, OREGON: TUESDAY- .FERRUARY 12, IRS SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE PORT OF ASTORIA. REAM rUR SEA. Carrie Winslow. Am hi MontvHo Fob" i AILED ELemih., Brsp Queenstown FebrasCT Mt ot California, ss Debner.S F Fsb XI AJtRI VALS FROM SEA. Columbia, S F, February 11 VESSELS IN THE RIVER. o dive S.Bonthftrd. Amsp MtWsshlajrioa. Ain sp Red Cross. Am tp Highland Light. Am. ap Helicon. Martha Fliher, Tillie E tarbnck. An Cfaas. 'Xitoawortb. Br bk Ssnriclct&lrs. Br sp Maroa, Am p tale of Eric, Br sp VESSELS UA THE WAY. From Forelen Port, for tkf CoIiiiiiIiIh Kivcr Abe ret with Castle. Br sp 1065 Urerpool Set It Oitr of Carlisle, Brbk Greenock tcagU Kskdale. Br bk l.ir rpool .Inly 26 IUta, Br bk Liverpool Dee 5 Jorsalf arer. Nor bk Liverpool Not U Kelrerdale, Br bk 1191 N & W Norseman. Br bk Liverpool Dee 3 River Indus, Br sp Newcastle Nor 90 SUcbound. Br bk S7S Wilmington. Sllbet. Br bk 10DT London Dee S Trtbonaa, Brbk London Dec 3 From American Ports. Alameda Am ...

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