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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-weekly astorian. — 13 December 1873

li) to ... . , , , , ! Tn-Weekly Astonan1 AST' Tit I A Tiilc Table Tov Astoi'jn. trrom table of United State? CoaM, Surrey. 1 Dee. n.... 52.... 1:5.... U.... 3 ".... ;:: 7 ::::z 5 :::::z n ::::::::: 0 .-, j -. " ' " ( 1 V1. . -22 ! - J? :i Jj - H .': Z -; ! -- """ '. r - ------- ! VESSELS OX THE WAY. Eollo-.vinjr i a t (.f vessel on the vrv to American bark Mariano, from S. 1 Sch Hera, Miller, from San Francis-?. kt i'ortlaud, Gaffcfrom Fun Franci-co. Annio V. Wotn, Yalcs, fwrn South Am. Sch liera, ?IiliT, sailed fiom S. F.. Dec ith. Sojihia Dee. ?.IVau-!in,from South America Ship Sagamore, frofn llio Janeiro, Sept. it). Jland i;dle,:;i tons, from South America. Jriti-h bark Loyal Sam, from Itio Janeiro. Citv of Lima, :'l-" ton?, from South America. Uriti li bark Loch Dec, Miller, from Hull ls dav.- out .Nov. 2"tii. American bark Gateshead, Lamb, C77 ion?, trom oi'th America. Amti'-nn brij: Jeb:tr, Pcitis, from Bueno? I Ayre-,lijutins: sept. Ittu, rt. -Ii-p UircLta l-'ish from Shiel...

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. — 13 December 1873

CiJ iinjiir.- ii i x ', iH'W 'WWl'.l.l",i4"JW.l ' tU.'."M ";'.;". IwyMf r ' 'l".: .'Jl'rl. ', JJ1' .i"l,"Vr .?',' "a!".' ny'"'m,,i,l'. .'! iWIW.. ! ..' 'I1.." '.'' i'1.J 'lltW'y"cwij WHMWJ m.ijhiu li -wp-wyyny Tri-Weekly Astorian ASTOKIA Dkc' 13t 1873 XiOCAI XOTES, EIC. From Thursday's Substitute Miss II. M. Morrison is now sole proprietor of the Main street Millin ery store. ec advertisement. That elegant yacht, built at the Cape for uncle Sam has been success fully launched and christened " Co lumbia." Van Duscn is one of the fortunate ones. He got an ample supply of Hour to carry him through the ice-o-lation. The Empire Minstrels, at the Cape, arc preparing and rehearsing for an entertainment at Astoria at an early day. The plat of the Astoria, Nehalem valley and "Washington county "Wag on Road has been filed at the Clerk's oftice in this citv. Charles Stevens, Secretary of the Astoria Bible Society has now a lot of bibles and testaments on hand for sale very cheap. The Steamer V...

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. — 16 December 1873

to Yol. 2. Astoeia, Oregon, Tuesday Evening, Dee. 16, 1873. No. 19. m W.WLgJTVgUaKJKLg33B ) t';.'m.ng!a: ,,wl , ,,..v-i:w.m.iijj.itmLir.mraOK iaatnvrs'jaxa.T v m. w ; i ' .'.'mean ""'' " ' i-!".. ' i'wi;u.H".L'i!..i.l' jJAAlJi.llt'J.UJJ.'LJfjaJLL!L...l..'W.A'wt-iwr- THE ASTORIAN. l'UHLISHE!) EVERY TUESDAY, THUKSD AY AND SATURDAY, Monitor Duilding, Astoria, Oregon. 2. C. IICESjAXD Proprietor Subscription Kales: One Copy one year. $ 00 (Jne Copy s?x month5 9! One CVpy three month' lu hS Single Number, Ten Cents. ""5 AS-rtIs3Eyr Kales: One TnerJon per square, 10 lines or lcss...$2 o0 Kach additional Insertion, per square 2 00 Yearly udv'ts per month, per square 1 50 Agents- L. P. Fivifr, 20 nnd 21 New Merchants Ex change, i" authorized to act as Agent for tho AriTourvN in San Francisco. Any friend who fuel' an interest in tho pros perity of this region, Js authorized to act -as Agent fur this paper, in procuring subscribers. CITY INTELLIGENCE. The "ball at Fort Stevens to-night will be...

Publication Title: Tri-Weekly Astorian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-weekly Astorian. — 16 December 1873

CZD Tri-Weekly Astorian ASTORIA, OREGON: 1. C. IREtAKI Editor. ASTORIA Dec. 16, 1873 A bill will be introduced in Con gress to admit grain-bay material duty free. Irving, the San Francisco culprit taken to New York for what he knew of the Nathan murder, has been con victed of burglary. The Chicago Evening Journal says there is considerable opposition to the confirmation of "Williams for Chief Justice. Guess not. We notice that "Smith of Ore on" is on the House Committee on mileage and military affairs. Ne Smitli of Polk count', we suppose. Prof. Agassi z is seriously ill. Seth Adams, the pisciculturist is dead. Judge J. C. Underwood of the United States Court for Virginia is also dead. The United States steamer Rich mond, from Key West May 10th,. via Rio de Janeiro July 4th, arrived at San Francisco December 4th. The Richmond is 2,700 tons register, car ries 15 guns and 342 men. One thousand tons of tea, which left Shanghai and Hongkong on the 27th of September, arrived in New York,...

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. — 16 December 1873

Ol - - v"-"' ..- Tri-Weekly Astorian ASTORIA Dee. 16, 1873 Tide Table Tor Astoria. '(From tables of United States Coast Survey.) High Wator.l Low Water. I Dec. A.M. 1. M. !. A. M. V. M. 1(5 10 03 ...11 01J.... ...11 5J.... ... oo ool1.... ... 3 51 ... 4 &- ... 5 20 ... u OJ ... G 53 ... 7 41 .... 8 no .... 1) iu ...10 10 ...11 10 17 10 4 ) , IS 1125 ltf 0 32 20. 1 41 0 001.... 0 4'j.... 1 308.... 2 171.... 02j.... :J oS 4 m.... 21... 'to 51!!! 24... :&... 20L. 27 28... 2"... :... 31... .... 2 24 .... 3 l'i .... 3 5S .... 4 ::s .... 5 20 .... (i 0 , .... 7 00 6 001 CO CO 7 'to 0 41 1 35 2 30 .... 7 53 8 30t... .... S 48 !) 4SH... .... 0 4' 11 02 3 28 ....10 35 oo ooj 4 27 VESSELS ON THE WAY. Following is a list of vessels on the way to this port, so far as wo have been enabled to obtain a record of the same: BarkBlcnheim, from South America. Itasca, Rich, from South America. American bark Marianp, from S. F. Sch Hera, Miller, from San Francisco. Bkt Portland, Gage, from San F...

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. — 16 December 1873

H V Tri-Weekly Astorian ASTORIA. Dec. 1C, 1873 A Distinguished Gentleman from Oregon Under this caption the San Francisco Bulletin of the 4th has the follewing: Some little commotion -was created at the Occidental Hotel, last evening, by the eccentric conduct of a conse quential guest, who arrived by the last steamer from Oregon, who reg istered as J. Mortimer Jturphy, and pretended to be a representative of the Portland Bulletin. The ostenta tious gentleman, after establishing his title to distinguished considera tion in the usual manner of the class to which he belongs, started out on a carouse, and returning at a late hour on Tuesday night, endeavored to swindle the hotel clerk out of a do nation, on the pretense that he had a large sum deposited in the safe. The game did not work, notwith standing the deep indignation of this high-toned fellow at the request of a loan, and when the attempted swin dle was reported at headquarters a watch was kept on the movements of T. Mortimer M...

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 December 1873

cu !rjc.y:rrtrsrfrss niiw i in wim.uw-i r wuywngr: 1 1J1 !.' '! 'i."l,lllJt.i;iJw it. II wtiripri.. Hi' "-"'& u.ix .-j iu, , I ; ' f JlX i A CI m AT&T A Al Nil in I A 'i- rrri in i n ml-a ."- -wi in A-rx r I t T JLj JJ JLjI U JL Yol. 2. r wv jsajauAUMrgicgisKjarijag; ASTOEIAI. La. .513 ruBLisirr.u kvf.uy TUESDAY. TUUKSDAY AND SATUHDAY Monitor Building, Atorin, Oregon. Si. C. ITJEIsAXJi proprietor Sniascriptlon ICntcs: Ono Copy one year. 5J M Uno Copy ?ix month-? W) One C)pv three month- 1 50 RS tingle X.imhcr, Ten Cents. "5tt Ad v?r t is i n f? Itai cs : One Insertion tersi"are, 10 lines or less...$2 50 Kach additional Insertion, per square 2 0M Yearly udv'ts per month, per square- 1 o0 Agents- L. V. Fisn::n, 20 and 21 New Merchants Ex change, i,j a'ithori'od to act :is Agent for the Astohkn in San Francisco. Any friend who feels an interest in the pros perity of this region, is authorised to act as Agsnt for this paper, in procui nig subscriber.. GITT INTELLIGENCE. I. W. Ca...

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. — 20 December 1873

L-zJ r..H,.MIUlL Tri-Weekly Astoriaii ASTORIA, OREGO N: 3. f. IREEAXD Editor. ASTORIA - Dec. 20, 1873 STATE BEVENIES. We are in receipt of a pamphlet from the State Capitol detailing in extensio the work of the State Board of Equalization. In fact it is a tabu lar statement and report of the whole proceedings of that Board, together with rules for the Assessment, and for county Boards, addressed to the tiovernor, and signed by the individ ual members of the Board Messrs. N. H. Gates, Geo. L. Curry and W. F. Alexander. Much information may be derived concerning State finances from a pe rusal of these pages. We learn that this is the first year in which the assessment rolls of Oregon's counties have been made uniform. Eor the first time the different kinds of prop erty are shown in detail in appropri ate columns. The Board takes the view that when all property is completely list ed at ithe true value, inequality and unfairness in taxation will no longer be experienced; that, to illust...

Publication Title: Tri-Weekly Astorian
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Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-weekly astorian. — 20 December 1873

(3 Tri-Weeldy Astorian ASTOBIaL 1jso. 20, J?73 3CctcoroIoj?Ical Report Hours of Observation 7 a, m. 2 andO i. m. By Louis ilon, U.S. Const Survey. Bar'j Thermometer . wrlu l)ec. I Ham of Mcan McaniMaxiMin fall, the wind 1..... 2&MX) :." 7, 'M o :J0 0 -t).7$) .North 1 :J0.139 2'5 ! :K) 0 21 0 0.01 NE : awtij 28 l 31 724 7 4 2Sti!I . -1! 31 5i 23 7 0.03 .1 2t3W 34 7 J 7 .31 7 '-0.12 " o 2it,ill 35 sj 37 7 31 7 East 7...J2SVHM 34 4. 38 1 32 1 0.22J NE S ZK-S-WJ 33 Ml 37 j 3u 0 " 2y,.ISl 30 lj 33 8 27 8 10 30,0J4Jj 27 4 30 4 21 7 11 -O.iail 27 i) 32 7 25 0 12 30,040 :2 7 3.J 2 27 5 " 13 20,S4'J 3-1 J .T i 33 1 0.17 14 2,73ij 37 3 3S 7 35 4 0.42 " 1-1 11,4771 43 2j 47 0 33 0 0.01 South -'Notk 10 inches of Snow makes 1 of V ater. Tide Table for Asloria. 'From tables of Unite States Coast Survey.) High Watcr-I Low Water. Dec. 20 l 2 24 A. M. P. .M. ,1. 31. 1. M. 1 41 0 i.. 2 2JI 1 30f. 3 1 2 17. 3 5S 3 02S. 4 38 3 fni. o 20 4 5501. . (i 53 .... . 7 4i .... . S 30 .... . 0 10 .... ... 8...

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

&D !.v yjj . jUULmiaasgH Tri-Weekly Astorian ASTORIA Dec- 20, 1S73 X.OGAII 3COTES, XTC. Skating is up, for the present, in this vicinit3. Another freeze is looked ior early in January. During the freeze a temporary stage line was improvised between Columbia City and St. Helens. Bramels5 coffee bland is one of the popular reports for a lunch, at any time. Give his coifee and cake- a trial. There is no ice in Astoria harbor this winter. "With railroad connection with the interior, commerce would not have been suspended for the last two weeks, and wheat dealer bankrupt. Boys, carelessly handling lire arms at .lob ltosV place on Chenamus street came very near co.-ting the life of "Willie "War ren hist evening. The ball from an old pistol barely grazed his head. The tug Sedalia has been engaged, for some days past, in taking up the can buoys, and placing spar buoys in their place along the channel above this port. Thr can buoys are to be repainted for spring. Portland papers think it...

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. — 23 December 1873

m If'Jl.flHiJJEiL'.lliJLlJg-'l'"''-' '-' 'J ,J "lui.,!i)H,i.in'i '-.- m.', '!! f nijgtijjc!USJMi.JL&2SQ WW ci .iuww.,j-uiij 'ftrMwjgggaEpMgjwtwTyMwawwniwwwi 'MH!J."TMM"l-"l""'WBgeBBeg'yggWVilWglLi HJBtUJW Yol. 2. Astoria, Oregon, Tuesday Evening, Dec. 23, 1873. No. 21. lJ'U .UMI ASTOKIAR THE ASTOEIAK. I'Ur.USHKD KVKHY TUESDAY, THURSDAY AND SATURDAY Monitor Building, Astoria, Oregon. IK C. IIHHTjAS'D Proprietor Subscription Kates: One Copy one year. " 00 One Copy cix month? : 00 Uno CVpy three months 150 ur Single dumber, Ten Cents. "U Advertising Kates: One Insertion per'inare, 10 line? or les?...$2 n0 Each additional Insertion, per square 2 00 Yearly adv'ts per month, per square 1 50 Aeaiis- L. P. F:.suhr, 20 and 21 Xew Merchants Ex change, is authori.ed to act as Agent for the A.stomw in San Francisco. -Any friend who feel an interest in the pros perity of this region, is authorized to act as Agent for this paper, in proem ing subcribers. CITY INTELLIGENCE. Santa Clan- ha- ope...

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. — 23 December 1873

Czj 'Tri-Weekly Astorian ASTORIA, OREGON: I. C. IKEtAXD Editor. ASTOMA Dec. 23, 1S73 HOME MANUFACTURE. It was a -saying of Poor Richard, or some similar person, that it is not the amount received but the amount saved which enriches the individual. The same is true of a collection of individuals a State. Oregon may boast of her natural resources and her facilities for furnishing fish, wheat, lumber, coal, and iron, for the world at large, yet if these are balanced with importations the State will gain but little in prosperity, and -immigration will not be encouraged. Manufacturing States attract and bring in -wealth aside from simply husbanding their native recources?. Great Britain obtaining comparative ly little from her soil has made herself .-opulent by doing the manufactur jing business for the world. Two reasons are apparent why Oregon f'should engage in manufacturing. 'To save what she already has .in a ; crude or latent condition. To in vite and obtain the money and im migrat...

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. — 23 December 1873

w Tri-Weekly Astorian ASTORI.Y. Deo.23,"iS73 3IetjuroIoicnl lienor t Hours of Observation 7 a, m. 2 ami 9 p. m. By Louts ilson, U.S. Coast Survey. l-r Thermometer I Lirect'u Rain of fall, the wind Dec. J Moan j 31 eanuUaxiMin 1 2J,.NJ.)j ."-! .I! :j(j (i 30 0 2") 0! U7:' 0.01 .North NE 2 m.l-M :i 12:5i'; 25 2S lj :u 721 7 yO i :JJ ." 2S 7 1 HI 7 : 7i 31 7 :n Sj 37 7 31 71 31 4 j :iS i::)2 l! -1 2'.M..1 " 2,Wj ; 2!,."n 0.03! 0.12 0.22 East i 7 2!,0U.'j 2:,.v;s :tt ! h7 01 3u 0 ji : i 27 1 .r; s :-iO i 27 8 21 7 J')... :0,0H 11 tV0,120! 27 y; 32 7 -. n 12 :U,UJ') 11 !2;,M!! 11 J2,7:r.; 1") 12!,J77; i . 35 2 3"i 51 :JS 7 27 ; 31 ( 35 l! 3" 4j 38 fij 0.17 0.12 i ) 10 i 01 .IT 17 0 0.01 1 South sv NE East South 1-5.... 17... I.... r.'.. 20.... 50,20.5 41 0 TJ 0.01 0.0 0.04 0.-5S 0.4ii 30,10.") 2! J2 ' 3!) 5! 3-1 .. 2 42 2 3!l 8.1)0 43 3 4 d 3 2!,771 2!I,G..S! 41 ti 10 0! -1 b 'Note 10 inches of Snow make? 1 of Water. Title Ta)Ie for Astoria. From tables of United States Coast Survey.) Hi...

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. — 23 December 1873

MJ Tri-Weeklj Astorian gHM"''l-MJLaJnIMiBla-!UB1 ""' "- Illl II II I Ml I UlimLWftaMBHMJllWI w'MJiLjmimum..mK.w.mnwm.iAmmA.m.MjmLMagxtklll , , ASTORIA Dec 23, 1873 Skating ix Salem. The States man says: "Salem's carnival sea son is come when Winter touches the slough and chills its surface to a solid glare; then the young men and matrons can be seen rushing through our streets keeping time to jingling skates, all pointing to the carnival ground to join in the eager sport which doubles in zest because Winter so seldom becomes a local fixture. Our folks are not premium skaters, all of them, not having sufficient opportunity for practice, but occasionally there is one who takes as naturally to ice as a duck to water, and some among- us have wintered where ice "was not such a luxury, so there al ways can be seen graceful skating when opportunity oilers. It is notic able that the ladies' figure pleasantly in our ice carnivals, and many of them can rank asfitic performers". Of an afternoo...

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. — 27 December 1873

CI mucjamiaMSBga oi imm m im ! r il I MUM rprt9TsierxBizcEKrrssrvsTsrcKaom ) I TEA Astoria, Oregon, Saturday Mormng, Dec. 27, 1873. Xo. 22. Vol. 2. THE ASTOBXABT. rUKLlSilKI) IXI.KV TL'ESDA Y,TIIUKSDAY AND SATURDAY Monitor Building, Astoria, Oregon. S. C. IREI. AZTO Proprietor KnbscrigitsoH Eatcs;t )no Copy one year. - Sj !S Jnc Copy ax month - '" One Cjv three month- - ; 1 Ct" Single X umber, Ten Cents. nv Advertising Kales: One Insertion pcrs marc, 10 lines or less. S2 50 Kuch additional motion, per iiiure..... 2 (10 Yi-jirlv adrfis nor luonth. Iter squaro 1 oU Ageaits- L. P. "Fiskkk, 20 ami 21 New Merchants E change, i-5.iutlion-.cd t net as Agent Fortiic .As-roiu vv in ftm Francs.-co. .Any friend who feels xn interest in tho pros perity of tins region, is authorised to net as Agent for tins paper, in iiracuring subscribers. crnr iktslligskcz. " Come on, Mr.Grant," is the popular theme at Hie Crystal. 8CS For froh Oys'crs, in every style, call -at tho Pari:i:k lleusi: Kkst vui.N-...

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. — 27 December 1873

UJ ." Tri-Weekly Astorian ASTOEIA, OREGON: ;l. C. IREfcAXI r..JGlitor. .ASTORIA Dec. 27, 1S73 i - - THE XOKTHERX PACIFIC K. K. Thero are said to be about two million dfNorih'rn .Pacific Railroad bonds held bv people in Ohio. Cleveland Plaindeal er. And there is nothing said in re gard to the millions of acres of 'land they intend to filch Trom the people, who. have beenupon the same, per hap:f&r;years'before the swindle"vas .atfflhosixecl. MunUreds of Scandinavians in Min- neEdta, scattered along the line of the Naitfhern Pacific Railroad, living in muil .hovels, .and barely raising censmgli 'provisions in the short season izo .uHwefc on during tlo long, and ttAHuy,, tfinfi terrible winter, with no :inaiUsflfcffr .the little surplus they may .-stEBfi iiibomselvss to acquire whose icuxses -r& lexzd -and deep against the deeepliwis: practiced upon them. The mildest' thing that can be said of. thmt "bonds as that -they are a very poor -investment. It wTould be a very liberal es...

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. — 27 December 1873

(31 Tri-Weekly Astorian ASTORIA Dee. 27, 1S73 Meteorological Report Horns of Observation 7 a, m. 2 nndO p. m. By Louis Wilson, U. 1?. Coast Survey. Bar Thermometer (Uireet'n Rain of fall, the wind Dec. Mean! Meanj.Maxi.Min !1U8U0 33 ." 2 J ! 3j o 30 0 31 7 0.79 .North XE 2-1 0 24 7 2S7 317 31 7 32 1 3i; 0 27 8 217 0.01 21,;i'jJ 28 lj 4... oO 4 34 7 33 8 . 31 4 83 .() 1 27 4 27 9 32 7 84 0 37 3 43 2 40 0 87 3 3 2 42 2 44 9 31 iil 0.03 0.12 2!,)i: 2i,o41 2JUHH 3'i 7 37 7 .'IS 1; 87 ( 33 S 30 4 32 7 3'i 2 33 9 88 7 47 0 44 0 39 3 39 (i 43 3 49 0 East XE 0.22 8. 10. 11. a.Rj 2!,4 :;o.oii vo.ian 23 0 27 5 33 1 35 4 3S 33 7 33 7 39 0 40 3 '41 S .. :0,010 -21,849 ..21l,7 13. 14 1" VI 17. IS. 1J 20 0.17 0.42 0.01 0.01 0.0 0.01 0.39 0.19 ..31.477 South NE 80,20: 30,103 2J,.S2li 211,771 utyws East South Xotk 10 inches of Snow makes 1 of Water. Tide Tabic for Astoria. (From tables of United States Coast Survey.) High Water.2 Low "Water. Dec. A. 11. P. M. A. M. P. M. 18 3 58 3 02.. 21 4 3S 3 5f...

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. — 27 December 1873

T HJ iLiaMMijiat'jgjJM'Ma'agJHgjiaadt! Tri-Weekly Astorian ASTORIA. Dec 27, 1S73 The ability of nearly every man to pay his debts, depends upon his ability to collect debts due him. Hie individuals of a community are linked together by a chain of debts and credits and in time of depression the refusal of a person to discharge a single liability ,,often embarrasses a line of a dozen debtors and creditors. Hence the prompt payment of small debts becomes, in times like these, a public as well as a -private duty. The same money that pays a debt in the morning may pay a dozen before dark, and twelve men are thus re lieved of anxiety and pressure by this payment of one obligation. The Aldine for Dedember is es juxcially rich in the number and quality of its illustrations several of which are remarkable as productions of art. Among the most striking are Christmas in the Fields, Old Friends, .Behold Yon Towers, The Love To ken, Training Terriers and Ilaidie. The letter press of the present ...

Publication Title: Tri-Weekly Astorian
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-weekly astorian. — 30 December 1873

en u u HfffJJi IV il .BMgHBggiP OEM r-ujp Ml ..t Astoria, Oregon, Tuesday Morning, Dec. 30, 1873. No. 23. Yol. 2,. 1 til W JJDjiUuI MiMBiBEg2sat.tiaszgagcsguLiiJ.1 rr THE ASTORIAN. l'URLISHEI) EVERT TUESDAY, THURSDAY AND SATURDAY Monitor Building, Astoria, Oregon. I. C.IREI13tI) Proprietor Subscription Rates: Ono Copy one year. One Com six months ..?") no ... 3 00 ... 1 50 Ono Copy three months t&T Single Number, Ten Cents, "ua Adverts ins? Ksitcs: Ono Insertion persouarc, 10 lines or loss...$2 50 Each additional Inseriitm, ptr?qii:iro 2 00 Yearly adv'ts j)er month, per square 1 o0 Agents- L. P.EiS'int, 20 and 21 Now Merchant? Ex change, is authorized m act as Agent for the Astohivn in San Fianei-eo. Any friend who feel an interest in tho pros perity of this region, is authorized to act as Agent for this paper, in procuring Mibseribcrs. CITY INTELLIGENCE. The Orogonian sposes the Wind ward has gone to sea. This even'g the Common Council holds its regular session. Sheriff Twiligh...

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. — 30 December 1873

CZ3 Tri-Weekly Astorian ASTORIA, OBEGON: I. C. XBEIiAND..... ....Editor. ASTORIA Dec. 30, 1873 Ex-Mavor Hall, of ISew York was found not guilty. Milw-tukie, "Wisconsin, turned out three suicides on Christma? day. It is rumored that some new complication has arisen in Cuban af fairs. A soup, house for feeding indig ent people, has been opened-in St. Louis. "Wilbur E. Cornell has purchased an interest in the Salem -Mercury. He is an expert printer. --The report of the- escape of Baz aine is unfouned. He has been tak en to St Marguerite, the place of his imprisonment. A man .was sentenced to pay a fine of $120 in San Francisco a few days ago for stealing newspapers from subscribers doors. The -hostile tone of the recent pastorals issued by the French Bish ops has.caused the German Govern ment to renew its complaints to France. u A uniform system of bankrupt cy throughout the United States" is productive of more .evil than good Grant says; hence the law is to be repealed, and everybody ...

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