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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 21 October 1877

) L ( i 5 J k 1 v glxs gftiftj ?k$ttimi. ASTORIA Oct. 21. 187? POUT OF ASTORIA. Tide Table lor As tor 1st, OCTOBER. From tables of United States Coast Survey High Water. Low Water. Day. A. M. P. M. A. H. . M. io.... 21.... 22... 23..! 24... 2T ii aa n 4:j .. o on 0 S3 0 22 .... 1 17 .. 0 50- 2 01 .... 1 1GJ 2 47 .. 1 !i3 3 33. 2 411 5 32 6 09 G 05 G 5G 6 36 ........ 7 36 7 02. 8 14 .. 7 31 8 55 .. 8 05. 9 35 .. 8 49 10 21 .. 9 43 11 12 ..10 47. . - .. 0 09 1 55 4 31 3 38! 28 2U 5 31 4 43 1. G 35 5 32! JZLKARAXCES A XI) DEPARTURES. CLKAHKD. Buenos Avres. French bk. 6iS tons, Voisia, Fal j mouth, Oct 20 Brumcloc, Br bk 1615 tons, .Wyman, Cork. Oct 19 Sea "Waif, brig, 272 tons, Mflbourn, Oct 19 SVILED California, str. 674 tons. Thorn. Sitka Oct, 12. fianta Cruz, str. Leland, S. F. Oct. 15 ARRIVALS FROM SEA. IPSzczTrn.Brvsh. 1331 tons Collister, S.F. to load for Europe Oct IS. City of,6beseer. str., IlOStons, BoIIes. S. F. Oct 19. Debney.S. F. Oct IS. lina, Gdc Mc, SW tons. Lahmejrcr. S...

Publication Title: Daily Astorian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 21 October 1877

v r j - W , Nature's Nobleman. Tell me not that he is a poor man. That his dress is coarse and bare, Tell me not that his daily pittance Is a workman's scanty fare. Tell me not his birth is humble, That his parentage is low. Is he honest in his actions? ' That is all I wish to know. Is his word to be relied on? lias his character no blame? Then I care not whence his birthplace; Then I care not wheuce he came. Would he from an unjust action Turn away with scornful eye? Would he, than defraud another, Sooner on the scaffold die? Would he spend his hard gained earnings On a brother in distress? Would he succor the afflicted, And the weak ones' wrongs redress? Then he is a man deserving Of my love and mj' esteem, And I care not what his birlhplace Tothe ayes of man may seem. Let it be a low-built shanty, Let it be a clay-built cot, Let it be the City Hospital, In my eyes it matters not. And if others will disown him, As inferior to their caste. Let them do it. I'll befriend him As a bro...

Publication Title: Daily Astorian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 21 October 1877

iferO m Fun and Sentiment. W Mr. Ham proposes to start a weekly paper in Milledgeville, Ga. It should come out every Fry-day. Ex,. Little things should not be despised. The little toe is the smallest on the foot, hut it always has the largest corn. Oil City Call. Athletic sports for ladies: jumping at conclusions; walking around a .subject; running through a novel; skipping full descriptions. The fashionable male shirt collar is gradually decreasing in night. A young v man can now pass under a telegraph wire without ducking his head. It is discovered again by several pa pers that our system of government is not a failure. This thing must be pa tented. Rochester Democrat. "TflAT was very greedy of you, Tom my, to eat your little sister's share of the cake." "You told me, ma, that I was always to take her part," said Tommy. Everything is not in a name. The small paths in Fairmount Park are called foot-paths, while the very large path on the other side of the river is called a tow path...

Publication Title: Daily Astorian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 21 October 1877

-r- - I'm (V r3 . 'fo ml &$&xi?m ASTOKIA Oct. 21, IS77 JOSH BILLINGS. The Country Shoo! Mom) She iz invairablv iust about 23 years and 6 months old, and re mains rite thare for a term ov years. She wears her hair either knt short or hanging around in ringlets, and iz az precise m all ihings az a pair ov Fairbank's platform skales. She never laffs out loud, and sel--dum even smiles, but when she duz, -she duz it ackordin to the rules laid down bi Murray for speaking and pronouncing the inglish language iorrektly. She iz the very essence ov dub ble extrakted propriety, aud would Tather be four years behind, the fashions in her dress and bunnetthan to spel a word w rong, or parse a sentence inkorrektly. 0 She keeps a scrap book and an album, and would prefer rather to bav the autograft' ov sum milk-and-water poet than the name ov sum good man to a sixty day note. . The country skool mom seldum dies an old maid, she gits married generally to sum man who has but little edukashun,...

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. — 23 October 1877

en Z0? Astoria, Oregon, Tuesday Morning, October 23, 1877. No. 119. Vol. 3. '"" jMjw.'ijK i..Ljrr i u.i".i.i -ii. i-w;.' ,whm.i,h & X X O to gaSIg gvsicimx, ISSUED EVERY MORNING, (Monday Excepted, 1). C. IRELAXD : : Pl'BUSKER. Adurian Building, Cass Street. I erms of Subscription : vervel by Carrier, per week 2-1 Cents Pent by mail, four months 53 00 Stmt bv nuiil, cue year. - t) 00 l?roo of Postage to Subscribers. XOCAL JOTTINGS. for a job at nart Corn the leading ! strii I m t, Six Sailors are wailing the Chicago house. McDonald & Doiul are bunko sharps in Portland, Throe School clerks in Portland have proved short in their accounts. Lively times along the wharves now. Sinister, give us a picture of the front to day. TheSanta Clara will take 2300 tons of wheat from Astoria. All in sight now. Grand Hep. A. G. Walling and wife are passengers by the Orizaba, due here nGF" .AdverliQQuicnts inserted by the year at j to-day. tac rate of vl .r) por quxrc ier month. TrHiiicnt Jidv...

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. — 23 October 1877

C) Jfe ail3 Qslsxizm. ASTORIA. OREGON: D. C. IRELAND Editor. TUESDAY Oct. 23, 1877 Foreign Yoyapres From Astoria to Europe. "We presume it will be useless to ex pect ever again to hear from the Ja jnaica, the only vessel in last 3rears grain fleet to Europe from this port that has not been reported as arrived at her destination, hence we may com plete our table of voyages, which is as follews: DATE. NAME. t.ns J'OKT. iiiats SEPTKMBE 1S7'J. 9 27 2) 30 6 13 14 18 City of Sparta St. Andrews Castle Duart Bay- Pomona- - 111 J Liverpool... i u !81 1191) OCTOUKU 1S7). Arctic 49fl Cleta oiy Titan 122!) Armanella 1)1.7 21Salado- 412 NOVKMBR 1S7J. ljWarwick Castle 115S 1 City of lork 1. Corsica 1 1 1 5 5 9 13 13 17 22 22 24 2ti :J0 30 Fedorick -... Marianne Canoma Blucho Kingdom o Sweeden. Garibaldi , Ldward James- , River Clyde Zuleika Michael Angelo Milhvall Lobu LHumboldt .?::..- Jamaica- Ellor Bank Hertfordshire Fricdburg 1UG 77 Cork Cork .....-.. Cork -.. Cork -... Cork -... lavorpooll.....

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. — 23 October 1877

& P X Its .gailxj Q&tBxtoxn. ..3LSTQKIA Oct. 23. 1677 POKT CT ASTORIA. TIcU Taiie mr astoctk. OCTOBER. iFro-m fca'blcs-of Urnlod States Gcast Snrroy. High WJtcr. "Oay. A. M. II. Low Water. a. :. 1. M. to n an n Ti? 5 :i2 6 . "S - - . - 064l 6 05 .... f. 5G 22 c an &! g as 7 :r, T" 1 17 OifP 7 02. R 14 'i 2 01 1 1CJ 7 ai 8 55 ' 2 47 1 IKS) 8 03 :S ; a ;w. 2 41 J s 43 10 21 '7 4 :;i a as r 4:i 11 12 2? - r 31 4 4aj ....in 47. 2 $ 35 IK' 0 OJ) 1 ?S CLVAKJLXCKS AA'h DEPJLIITUUXS. o CLEAKHI.' jBuocot Ayias. rroncltbk. 6tG tcacVoisio, FaI moctli. Oct!:0 hu:ndoy, JJrfck 10IS tons. VTyiuan, Corif. Oot-18 AaxKi43&t-tors. Maikic. S5" Octi2 TSea Wait, bus. 27.5 tens, ?&-ibourn. Oat 21 California, ttr. b74 tons. Thorn. Sitka Out. 12. Santa Gcuz.rttr. Lclanu, S. F. Oct 1C t UlIYALS FJiOSt SES. Orient. Wric 312 trwS. F Oct. 21. :ity ofYork Brs.li. 111)5 tone, A sic, SF to load for liuroDtf Oct '21. OitvcfCVIidraES. Frph 899 -fconc. Grainger. X. Z. Oct 21. 7 ?izzArro. Isr. f n....

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. — 23 October 1877

X &) iBweaowcp ear wn i hnjutk.ssaatmreiAiLJ uil ,slimu ASTOKTA Oct. 23, IS77 FINANGE AND TRADE. Financial. Gold in Now York. I0310o. Legal Tenders in Astoria buying 9G; sell ing 97. Silver 33 per cent discount Coin exchange on San Francisco prem. Currency exchange on San Francisco J per cent premium. Coin exchange on Now York percent, pre mium. Telegraphic transfers on Now York 1 per cent, premium. Currency exchange on New York percent premium. Astoria Jlarlcois. Wheat. Wheat afloat or wheat in store at .Astoria is always par with wheat afloat or in store at San Francisco. Wh bat. Sales on bills of lading on board ships frcightoff 2 3Dr2 35 porcontai. Flouu. Superfine to 507 IW; Extra & G0& 7 50. Corn Moal "t cwt. $4 00; Ruckwhoatf' cwt. St5 G0j7 OU. Mill Fkkd. Bran S25 00 $ ton; Shorts $35 00; Middlings c-10 00; Hay 16. Oats. According to quality, pricos range from 05 to 70 cts f, bushel. VhGLTAULi. 1'otutocs 00c,7uc "f. bushol; Onions 2c 1? lh. Eggs. 30&35ets " do...

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. — 24 October 1877

() i. Vol. 3. Astoria, Oregon, Wednesday Morning, October 24, 1877. No. 120. a-TL'-f M'.Ti'- '"'-" '1'iuii.iMiLJiu.amr HW J. I iWW'MJJJ-.', sraasgs&a $ r w3p w Jl JV Jr Jw J- lr g&e ii33s stoxlmx, ISSUED EVERY MORNIN G, (Monday Excepted), I). C. IREIjAXX) : i PURZjttSSEES. Aiuriwi Buildhmrj, Cass Slr-eci. Terms of Subscription : Zcrvcd by Carrier, per week .21 Cent? Sum by mail, four months - ? 00 Scut by ninil, cno ye:ir. 'J 00 Free of Postage to .Subscriber?. napAdvcrtiocmciits inserted by the year at the late of $1 "') per nuirc pur month. Triniunt advei tiMnsr, by the d:iy or week, fiSty cents per square for each insertion. To City Subscribers. There are such frequent changes in the rc-i-dencu of our city patron that we i-lialj feel oblized to any who make mc1i change- if they vrill report the sai.ie to tlii office. Otherwise we .-hall not bo repon-.ble for failuto of the earlier to deliver the paper pioaiptly and l egularly to them. C. II. Dexter lias established an Ore...

Publication Title: Daily Astorian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 24 October 1877

z-J fto ail storiten ASTORIA. OREGON: D. C. IRELAND Editor. WEDNESDAY Oct. 24, 1877 Although the Brazilian law recog nizes the death penalty, the present Emperor has never yet consented to sign a death warrant. A "building has been erected near Brigham Young's grave for the shelter of a party of men who keep continual guard over it. The faculty of Lehigh University have just suspended three students and expelled three others, for hazing a freshman until he became dangerously ill. A Spiritualistic doctor in Phila delphia describes a death-bed scene, in which those assembled while sing ing a hymn had their spiritual eyes opened and saw the dead brother issu ing out of his mortal tenement, join ing his wife and children, and floating away. The Museum of the royal college of surgeons has jst received from the Hon. C. P. Berkeley the skeleton of a crocodile, shot by him in Egypt, six teen feet long. These animals are now very scarce below the Cataracts, and this particular one was well k...

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. — 24 October 1877

J O) Efea u h- Jl glxs uiltj Qsiexxmx ASTOHIA Oct. 24. 1877 PORT OP ASTORIA. Tislo Tnblc lor Astoria. OCTOBER. From tables of United States Coast Survey. High Water. Low Water. Day. a. M. I. M. A.M. 1U.. 21... 11 Tk -11 47j. . 5 32 . fi 05 . a :w; ..... . 7 02 . 7 31 . 8 05 . 8 4J . fl 43 .10 47 . 0 09 . 6 Oil . m , 7 3G . 8 14 . 8 55 . I) 35 .10 21 .11 12 ! 1 55 0 041. 0 : 0 22. 1 17 .. 0 50 . '2i 'Si J( 2 01.... 2 47.... n 33.,.. 4 31.... o 31.... t 35. .. 1 1G 1 531 2 41 3 38 S., i. 4 43 1 5 521 Cl.EARAXCES AXD DEPARTURES. Cr.KA UKI). Buenos Avfrs. Freucb bk. faB tons, Voiain, Falmouth-Oct '20 Drumclog, Btbk 1016 tons. Wynian, Cork, Oot IS SVll.Kft Ancon. tr 1650 tons. Debney, S. K. Oct 22. A.ix. str 13'4 tons. Mackic. S F Oct22 J-Jea Waif, brig, 273 tons. Mi4bourn. Oct 'il Santa Cru?,, atr. Leland, S. F. Oct. 15 ARRIVALS FROM SEA. Edwp-d tfames, bk 52S tons, C'Brien, Honolulu, iwdua Ogt 23.T Orijtaba, a. 244 tons. Johnson. S F Oct 23 :sorth Bend, the new bkt Hondlett SFOct 22, 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. — 24 October 1877

C V. MISCELLANEOUS. ' jffBHiIU .. KHPFlf U. JL .. 1IFI? .--, . . s 4 C ,ASTORTA Oct. 24, IS77 FINANCE AHD TRADE. Financial. Gold in New York, M&IV- Legal Tenders in Astoria buying 90; soil ingi7. Silver 33 per cent discount. Coin exchange on San Francisco Y prcm. Currency exchange orj San Francisco per cent premium. Coin exchange on Xe7 York por cent, pre 'inium. Telegraphic transfers on New York 1 por cent, premium. Currency oxebangeon New York K percent .premium. Astoria JlarKrts. Wheat. Wheat afloat or wheat in store at Astoria is always par with wheat afloat or in btore at San FranciMo. Wubat. Sales on bills of lading on board ships freightofr $2 3Q&S2 35 percental. Flouk. Superfine SO OO&T 00; Extra SS 50&. 7 00. Corn Meal "0 cwt. $4 UU; Buckwheat -cwt. SO o0S7 50. Mill Feed. Bran $25 00 ton; Shorts $85 00; Middlings 540 00; Hay $16. Oats. According to quality, prices range from 05 to 70 cts f bushel. Vegetables. Potatoes G0c&75c 3 bushol; Onions 2jc lb. Egg...

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. — 25 October 1877

ay pi ,VJvJrM'Jllr Yol. 3. Astoria, Oregon, Thursday Morning, October 25, 1877. No. 121. gr-Mi j inj.i.i JTtgJ Am lf jfe Jil' Jl'il' ij . . gfte g&ilsj Qslvxxnix, ISSUED EVERY MORNING, (Monday Exceptod), h JSECiANI) : : PUB&X.SIffEK. Aatoriaii BnUdinq. Cos. Street. Terms of Subscription z tecrved by Carrier, per week :2 Cents nnt by mail, four months 53 00 43imt by mail, cue year. . D 00 Free of Postage to Subscribers. H3T" Advcrtieracnti inserted by the yenr at ie nitc of $1 W por qiturc pur month. Transient advert'sin::, by t!ie day or week, iSfty cents ier square for cach&nscrtion. To City Subscribers. There are such frequent change in the resi tlenceof our city luttrons that wo haJI feel t i a ..!. ... . i - i. i rril ooiixoc io any who inahesm cimnpcva u bj will report the same to thioitic(. tithe: wim; avc shall not be repon-ille for failures of the I-. i,. .Kit.... 4l.n .......... ..i.i..(tti .nJ t regularly to them. niIUVl LU UKllw UIB lKijici inviuiHij unl . Loo...

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. — 25 October 1877

Cz) gto teilx$ stosiau ASTORIA. OREGON: D. C. IRELA3TD.. Editor. THURSDAY Oct. 25, 1877 -r-Prince Amadeus of Italy, ex-King of Spain, through, grief at the death of iis -wife, intends, it is said, to become a priest, and has written to the Pope to that effect. The latter has given him his benediction. It is thought at the Quirinai that should he take holy orders he would soon be created a Cardinal. The Deakin comic opera company, now playing in San Prancisco, consists of six dwarfs, the tallest of whom is only thirty-four inches high,and a giant who is seven and a half feet high. Commodore Nutt and Jennie Quigley are the leading performers, and they are said to be talented enough to please, aside from their littleness. "Jack the Giant Killer" is the piece performed. They are coming to Oregon. Printin,inks have been invented in France which possess, among other advantages, the peculiarity that they do not penetrate the pores of paper very rapidly, and do not easily blot. They are sai...

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. — 25 October 1877

tr) - v. ..-va-Jrv .if J- glxjo gailg QglnxfaziL AST01lA Oct. 25, 1877 PORT OP ASTORIA- Titlt TnTile lor AsiorlR, OCTOBEIL From tables of United States Coast Survey. High Water- i Low WatcrT" T'il.V. a. M. f. m. 1 a. x. P. M. IX) 11 U'J 11 471 -r 32 0 t9 lil . 0 Oil 6 05 6 56 12 0 33 0 22J G 2.'? 1 17 0 50 7 02. 8 14 t-'4 . 2 01 1 1G 7 31 85 35 2 47 1 531 8 05 9 35 2G 3 33 2 41 J 8 40. 1 21 "27 41 3 381 9 -13 11 12 38 31 4 43 10 47. - 32) 33. 5 521 0 09 1 55 icajKAaxycsss and departures. o CI.KAKKI). teuonns Ayrts. French bk, 63 tons, Votsin, Fal mouth, M9ct 20 tammoloft Brick Wl6 tons. VTyraao, Cork, Oct IS S1LKI A.nooR,tjrK;Wims,IK'bney.S. F. Oct 22. e't.jax. str I4 tens. Mackie. S F Oct 22 Sea "Waif, brig, 2T8 tons, Mflboiirn. Oct 51 :Santa'Grxr,str.iLeland, S. F, Oct, 15 ARRIVALS FROM SEA. fiJdrb-Jinics, bk 52S tons. CBrien, Honolulu. QfctSJ, OA7Abi, ss. 214 tons. Johnson, -S F Oct 22 rNbrtb Bend, the new bkt Hcndlett SFOct 22, SIla, blit, -Wllliami., SF Oct22 P. rancid Thorp, B...

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. — 25 October 1877

H) jp aitg Qstxfxinvu ASTORIA Oot.25. 1877 FIKAHCE AND TRADE. Financial. Gold in New York, V&4a,lV. Legal Tenders in Astoria buying 96; sell ing97. Silver 33 percent discount. Coin exchange on San Francisco 14. prcra. Currency exchango on San Francisco J4 Per cent premium. Coin exchange on New York percent, pre mium. Telegraphic transfers on Now York 1 per i cent, premium. Currency exchange on New York percent .premium. Astoria ilZfirttets. "Wheat. Wheat afloat or wheat In store at Astoria is always par with wheat afloat or in fctore at San Francisco. Whkat. Sales on bills of la.iing on board ships freightoff 62 30&S2 25 percental. Flour. Superfine SO 50&7 00; Extra SS 50& 7 50. Corn Meal t cwt. S4 00; Buckwheat V .cwt. S6 50S7 50. Mill Fkkd. Bran $25 00 ton; Shorts $33 00; Middlings tJO 00; Hay $10. Oats. According to quality, prices range from G5 to 70 cts i? bushel. VhGKTALhs. Fotutoos G0ctSoc $ bushel; Anions 2c 3 lb. Eggs. o035cts dozon. Chickens. S8&3 dozen...

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. — 26 October 1877

Qj SV Tol. 3. Astoria, Oregon, Friday Morning, October 26, 1877. UTo. 122. p rfl j- give gaHi3 kSt2irox. ISSUED BVSBY MORNING, (Monday Excopictl), J. C. IKELAXI) : : PUIHjISIEEEC. Abtorian JJuMding, Caxs titrcct. terms of Subscriptien: dorvod ljy Carrier, per week. ?ant by mail, four month..... izuiit by mail, cne year. ... Tree of Postage to SuUscriburc. .23 Cents $. W y ou nBF Advertisements inserted by the year at 4,he rate of $1 ."V per -"inure per month. Transient adverti.-ins, by tJio d.i.v or wool:, fifty cents per juare for ouch ltt-uilion. To City Subscribers. There are such fre lucnt changes in (he rci dencu of our city pntrons. ihnt wo j-hall feel obliged to any who make such cbanyo if they will report the .:iiue to thi:? office. UllionvNc wof-htill not he roHiiwUc for failures of the euirier to deliver the imjer pioiuptly and regularly to them. If we are to have the Dew public school house next year it is time the rou tine work was begun, so that the suc cessful contract...

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. — 26 October 1877

a) HJfn-ft" ttnv S&e gaiXxj Vsltorism ASTORIA. OREGON: J. C. IRELAND Editor. FRIDAY Oct. 20, 1S77 Cuban Aflairs. The announcement yesterday to the - effect that the president of the Cuban republic had been captured by the -Spanish forces, is but another instance -of the history of the past nine years campaign against the ever faithful lit Hq island repeating itself. It reminds ns of the speech of Gen. Salamanca in the Cortes early in August last, "where he created something of an up roar when he brought forth and un rolled the long array of crimes and er ' rors which make up the attempt to -crush the revolution in Cuba. During nine years that attempt has weakened the resources and exhausted the strength of the Spanish nation, and during the whole of that period there lias been no time when the lying bul letins of the butchers who succeeded each other as Captain-General did not announce the close of the insurrec tion as near at hand. To lie about Cuba has been a point of honor, a...

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. — 26 October 1877

CD glx&xltj Qstvximx. TOREIGN EXPORTS. FOR SALE, TO LET, ETC. CASH STORE!! TOP A "WF1BS W !l J- ASTORIA, Oct. 26. 1877 PORT OFASTOKIA. Tirtc Table ior Astoria. OCTOBER. from tabic? of United States Coast Survey. High Water, j Low Water. V :i y. a. M. i: M. a. M. v. M. m) U :m -11 47J -r ( W -1 . 0 Oil 0 05 G 5G 4l o re, - o 22 r. :v 7 :jt 2: 1 lTw...- 0 50 7 02 8 14 24 ,. 2 01 -. 1 lfi 7 31 S W UT) 2 47 1 53! 8 03 ! 35 t.'; 3 33. 2 41! 8 4! 10 21 J7 4 HI 3 3K ! 43 11 12 :2s...... am - 4 43 10 47 -Jit. , 4 ;c, - 5 r.2) o 09- 1 CLE&lt&XCES AS I) departures. -a CLEAKKP. Iioddl Bofjlr eh HWt tons. Queenstovn Oct. 24. ,1Zni:.'v CaaiiTm, Urbk, 777 tons Harris, Qr.ceustown Oct ijLv4' Ormncloff, Erl.k lOlfi tons. Wyiuan, Cork. Oct 22 liucnos Ayrfs. French bk. 6i9 toes, Voisin, Fal mouth, Oct 2d SAILKli ity of Chester, str., 1106 tons, Bol!t.-s. S. F. Oct 25. -.Amcon. str lfilO tons, Debney. S. F. Oct '1. -Ajax. tr 1351 tons. Mackie. S I? Oct 22 4fca Waif, brie. 2'3 ton.. M4boucr...

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. — 26 October 1877

00 lailjj gsfaHritem. ASTORIA Oct. 2C. IS77 OREGON'S CHANCE. -From tho Oregon Statesman. Every indication now points to im proved times in Oregon. Crop pros .pects were never better and the promise of good prices is very flat tering. From Hon. G. W. Colby, the champion Grander of Northern California, we learn that the tide of emigration, from the Southern partis simply immense, all headed towards Oregon. But it is not alone from California that immigrants are com ing; they are coming by the hundreds iron Eastern States. Oregon is no longer known as a county in California, but as a State possessing vast natural resources and offering belter inducements to set tlers than any other, of the Stales or Territories, of the United States. Sympathizing with California in her unfavorable prospects for crops for .the coming harvest, yet her misfor tune has had the effect to turn the tide of emigration towards Oregon where the crops never fail. Here tofore California has been enabled to hold ou...

Publication Title: Daily Astorian, The
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