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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 27 October 1877

a; l Vol. 3. Astoria, Oregon, Saturday Morning, October 27, 1877. No. 123. "t 'HI,, iM " tii"-jmj. a ISSUED EVERY MORNING, (Monday Excepted), fi. C. IRELAND : : PUBLISHER. Aatoriaii Building, Cass Street. Terms of Subscription : fcerved by Carrier, per week .2-1 Sent by mail, four months IScntby mail, cne year. Tree of Postage to Subscribers. Cent .5:5 (H) .. a 00 B3r"Advcrticaienis inserted by thoycar at the rate of $1 .") per S'liiarc per month. Transient adrortiinp, bv (lie day or week, fifty cents jer s.jua e for each insertion. To City Subscribers. There arc such fro iiient chanpes in the resi dence of our city pations that, tve ?hall feul oblitred to any who make such changes if they will report the same to thi-olsce. Other trite wo shall not be rc-j.oji-iLIt' for failuies of the earner to deliver the paper piozuptly and regularly to them. Tjrc Weekly Astoijiajn in vr,ii pers for sale at the counting room of this office to-day. Price 10 cents. .Semi a copy to your friends in t...

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. — 27 October 1877

s r; IU.JlB.UJ!ILJ.AJJJLlJJttJlJLJIMLUJJlXJl ss3:jr- glxs gailrj QsXsximx- ASTORIA. OREGON : Z. C. ZRSLAXX) Eilitor. SATURDAY Oct. 27, 1S77 The Chinese Problem. A somewhat remarkable address on ,ihe influence of the Chinese on our moral and religious institutions was delivered recently by the Rev. Mr. Blakeslee before the Congregational convention, in Sacramento. The ad dress is lemarkablc not more from the line of argument followed than from the fact that it sharply antagonizes the precepts and practices of other chris tain denominations as previously re corded. Conscientious christians who were convinced of the evils attending Chinese immigration have experienced doubts if we, as a christian nation, might refuse the opportunity to chris tianize them, which their coming pre sented to ns. It has been argued that their coming Avas a part of God's plan to bring all the world tinder christian teachings, and that in turning them back we were opposing the will of God. The Hev. Mr. Blakes...

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. — 27 October 1877

OJ J -KMum jama-mussm iimniiii iiiiw iin iiinriiiiiiiiini ii limn i miinU' mi i iiiiii iMimiiMiMi i i i 'hit ASTORIA Oct. 27. 1S7T POP,T OF ASTORIA. Ticet TaltSe ror A.stirln. OCTOBER. Prom tables of United States Coast Survey. 11 fell Water. lav. A. M. r. m. Low Water. A. X. j7. 4 :;: :i : i) J .. r :;i 4 -laj 10 -57 H) g :;"i .. r mj o o ; 7 rr, 7 i! 1 7 :ji 8 :ic, s in 2 07 J n :c i) :-4: :; is ... i 10 '2 10 40j J .'. . 11 OS 11 40 4 JiS 4 11 4t ! r 41 ...fl 12 .'.'. i .v. .... 1 iw tl 'JZl ".'.'. H 3K .... 4 4 .... ". 7A .... fi 1) ... 0 201.... 23 7 351 ci;x m vc .? - .v j .;m rtures. cm:ai!ki. IRorioll By. IJrsh. lfrM tout,. Quecimtown Oct. 21. Jmi!y Chaplin, Brbl:, 777 tons Harris, Queuiiatown Oct 21. Druniclog, Br bk 18l0 tons. W.vman, Cork. Oet 22 liiioiioti Ar's. French bk. 6.9 ton&, Yoioin, Fal mouth. Ocf-'U SU1.KJ f ' iiy of Chester, str.. 1 KH. tons, Bollcs. S. F. Oct 2S. Anwin. str i(llt) tons. Dubney.S. F. )ot'2l. Ajsix. fir J.T1 tons. Mackic. S F Oct 22 Set "Wai...

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. — 27 October 1877

CH) m Jp& gailoj QslSXXML ASTOKIA Oct. 27, IS77 Spend Your Money at Home. The following are the most forcible rea sons why you should pend your money at heme: 1st, It is your home; you cannot im prove it much by taking it away to spend -or invent. 2d, There is no way of improving a place so much as by encouraging good mer chants, good tchools and good people to bettle among you, and this cannot he done unless you spend your money at home. 3d, Spend your money at home, for there is where you generally get it. It is your duty. 4, Spend your money at home because when it is necessary lor j'ou to get credit, it is oi your town uiercimius you iinvc m i get it, ana tney must wait lor in money. "Therefore, when you have the cash, spend it at home. oth, Spend your money at home. It will make belter merchants of your mer chants; they can and will keep better assortments and sell at lower rates than if the only business they can do is what is credited out, while the money goes to other pl...

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. — 28 October 1877

. CD. -tnM Mri -i.. e6J 4 IHU o J ' . Vol. Astoria, Oregon, Sunday Morning,. October 28, 1877. No. 124. u. raiaax.uJu1w.w. AJtTrurijgsAiurauueiJi...: an p , . f JA ' A ' ' K TO' ,LP IV WV yT JW 1MAW & KW r JT N7 r rr 3 N7 - v y j- y glxs gsiJg gvstoximx. ISSUED EVERY MOBNIEG, (Mondsy Excepted), f3. C. IHT.IaA.'SR : : 1UH&1S2IES. Advrian Bwldiivj, Cats Street. l erms of Subscription : -ktwI by Garrwr, per week .25 Ccj(f jBuh! lr unit!, i'our uMMtiis - Pi OH 4imit by mull, cio year. - U 00 Pice of l'Miiice U .Subscribers. jtW Advertisements inportcd by the year at .k rate of SI ."i'J jer iirc pur month. Transient advertising, bv the day or iroelc, Hfcy cents jcr iure for each insertion. .To City Subscribers. There are 3ueh fie iucnt chanjros in the resi dence of our iU v i-ntrciiH that trc shall feel obliged to anv who make such changes if they will rejKjit the nme to thisohice. Otherwise wo ."hull not bo reiin-iMo for failures of the earner to de-liver the paper jiromptly and...

Publication Title: Daily Astorian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 28 October 1877

C?J He Jiwto JbtfltLm Astoria, Clatsop Co., Oregon. . C. IRELAND, PUBLISHER. Joy Cometh in the Morning:. I know there is pain in the "weary night, And we're filled with a sad unrest; But oh! there is joy -when the morning light In glorious splendor and beauty bright, "We see in the brilliant east. Our sad hearts long for the sunny day, When the troubles of life shall cease, "When the murky shadows shall flee away, And the hopes we've cherished no more de cay In the reign of eternal peace. 1 know there is grief in the night of pain ; There are sorrows and bitter tears, Our bark is tossed on the billowy main But the gloomy shadows begin to wane, For the glorious day appears. I know we are sad when the chilling hand Of the angel of Death is laid On the cherished foims of the household band, And we long and sigh for the better land, Where the flowers shall never fade. I know there is peace in the "by and by," When the saints shall be gathered home. We shall lift our eyes to the sunny sk...

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. — 28 October 1877

O) X Broom Corn Culture. I advise no one to raise broom corn uh less he is' fully posted. More men have been broken up, financially, by it, than by almost any other ciop. A man raises a little patch on choice land, which does well; he then figures what an acre will produce, and is astonished. He at once concludes that he will plant largely, and get rich. He does so, expecting to tend as much land in broom corn as he could in Indian corn, and therefore do the la bor himself, and save the profits. The result, summed up in a few words, is that for lack of proper care in hoeing and harvesting he has about half a crop of biush that is worth about half the market price: and when sold will just about pay the extra hell) that he did not expect to hire. Broom corn should be planted about the same time as Indian corn, but the earlier kinds will mature a good crop of brush on rich laud from June 10. It will do well on any land that will pro duce a good crop of Indian corn, but a sandy loam is ...

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. — 28 October 1877

s a) OHlcMa jCIjl iwiwwlwY 1 1 1 ii " '.'XJfa wr tjiJiinJiMJi itaa gHiaaafe"jt':Mi4'iiiaginjw.jgjnj . uiy!? NEWS OF THE MORNING. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. JMISCEitiAXEOUS. AUCTION SALES. -J- ASTORIA. OREGON: . G.IRLiXD Editor. SUNDAY Oct. 23, 1S77 Unprecedented Robberies, Yesterday a gsntlemaii who has a vote to record in Astoria by virtus of a long residence here, and the la ment of taxes- for .many years past, but who is at present enumerated on the roll as "temporarily absent on business' approached us to interro gate with respect to city affairs. He informed us liat the mayor was ar raigned for not bridging the yawning abyss between Astoria and upper-town; for not erecting a street lamp in every man's front door-3Tard; for not "bury ing the dead somewhere else besides in the old burial grounds that have been in use for a quarter of a century and arc not yet one-tenth filled; etc., etc. He informed us that the common council were individually arraigned as a gang of robbers. The specifi...

Publication Title: Daily Astorian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 28 October 1877

s S&p &al $tezxmx. ASTOHIA OC7. 2S. 1877 POSIT OF ASTORIA. TIU TaJc tor Astoria. OCTOUER. l'rm tables of United Suites Coast 3u.vey. 71- Hish' Water. Low Water. i'nv. a. M. i: m. I a . m. v. i. i:.j4 4 i 3 :$s $ 4:1 n 12 2 - 5 31.....".... 4 431 10 47 29 - a 35 f JJ2 0 0J 1 53 ae 7 :k; 7 10! 1 07 l os :;s 5 :.. .. 8 241 2 i7 2 2:; 1 . 9 32 a aij 3 is 3 ;. 2 1 2s; 10 40 '4 0"i 4 4) 55 11 OS 11 40! J -r8 t;i 4 11 44 1 r 44 . 4! ... U V.. ....... l -......... 4 . .l It CLEARANCES AND DEPARTURES. o ri.I.AItKU. Jiodeil Bay. 15r sh. lfc-M tons. Qusenstoxrn Oct. 21. EniiJy Clianlin, JJr hi:, 777 tuns Harris, QooonbtowH Oct 4. DrtunelAC Hr bk 1016 tons. Wyiuun, Cork. Oct '11 Buono Ayrw, Froncli lk. OS tons, Voisin, l'sl nicftilh, Oct 20 SUI.KH Oily of Cheater, str., 1 ItKi tons, Bolles. S. F. Oct 25. iinoon, str lftitt tons, Dubncy. S. 1. Oct 21. Aj:uc fctr !K1 tons. Mac-iu. S F Oct 22 .Soft "Waif, brig. 273 tons M-!bourn. Oct 21 &111U1 CruK, str. Lei anil, S. Y. Oct. 15 FOREIGN...

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. — 28 October 1877

X Qo) A Wayside Flower. BY ROSE GERANIUM. On the brink of the dusty highway It stood and blossomed alone; It drank still dew in the darkness Its root grew under a stone. Brave was its heart at inorntnir, And patient in noon-day heat While coming and going, going, Forever went busy feet. And some bore burdens of sorrow, And some were weary with pain, And others kept happy rhythm To many a glad refrain. Not large was its gift to offer, Yet gladly the weary while It gave to, the high and lowly Alike of its all a smile. And many a sad heart blessed it, And never a voice could chide, Till frost from a dreary heaven Fell over it and it died. Stanley's Great Exploration. Another geographical problem, and one of the most important which Africa has held in her grim keeping, has been tri umphantly solved. There were good grounds for the belief that Mr. Stan ley, with the advantage of his years of experience as an explorer, his vigorous and thoroughly acclimated frame, his combined courage and...

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. — 28 October 1877

O) 4 4L Josh Billings' Philosophy. THE HORSE. Next to the cow, I konsider the horse ; the kindest and most raluable ov all the animal gifts to man. They are ov all colors, shapes, sizes, tempers, and capasitys, from the lean and lithe built Arabian, to the solid and sturdy Suffolk Punch. The horse iz the fasstest animal on the footstool, for enny distance, and probably the most easy one to domestikate. The valuable karackteristiks ,ov the horse are bone, muscle, formashun, temper, courage, and the adaptashun ov muscle to his formashun. There is probably az much real differ ence in the value ov horses as ov enny other ov the animals, and thare iz none who has so menny good, and in other cases, so menny bad qualitys. I kno ov no animal that has more de cepshun in their appearances, none who look so good, and yet are really so worth less, none who look so worthless, and yet are so really good. The best road horse I knu, one who could go over a country road enny day in the month ov June...

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. — 28 October 1877

m t , 3 T&& aIaJ slteiyL j ASTOETA J....t..0c7. 2S..IS77 Churcli Directory. I'iust CoxcnKGATioNAL Cnuiirir. Services at 11 a. m., and 7 r. M. Sunday school after morning services. Scats free, and cordial invitation is extended to all. S3?"liy invitation, lie v. E. X. Condit, a Picabyterian minister, a 111 pi each at the Congregational church Astoria to-day, (Sun day, Aug. 2Slh)..at 11 o'clock a. m. First Puksdyterian Church. Organized May olli, lb77. Supply expected from tho Roard of Domestic .Missions. Sunday school every Sunday at one o'clock i. jj., at upper As toria school house. GRACK-(ElMSCOiAL) Church. Rev. T. A. lly land, Rector. Services' at 11 a. m., and 7 l'. ;. Sunday school at 9 o'clock a. ji. Chai'KT. ok thk IIolt" Invockvts. Services (upper Astoria alternate Sundays, at 3 o'clock r. m.. by the Kcv. T. A. llyland. Sunday school every Sunday atJ) o'clock a.m. ;Star ok thk Ska CnrncH. Rev. Father Mackcn Pastor. Services at II o'clock a- m. Sunday school at 3 o'cl...

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. — 30 October 1877

CO ,yJUJvJl'w Vol. 3. Astoria, Oregon, Tuesday Morning, October 30, 1877. No. 125 jlJlliJiirlO ISSUED EVERY MORNING, (Monday Excepted), I. C. IRELAJTI) : : PUBLISHER. Aatorian JSuilduig, Cass Sti'cct. Terms of Subscription : fcorved by Currier, per week .25 Cents Sent by mail, tour months $ 00 Sent by mail, cne year. 9 00 Free of Postage to Subscribers. 0S7" Advertisements inserted by tho year at the rate ofl ") per square per month. Transient advertHnjr, by tho day or week, fifty cents per square for each insertion. To City Subscribers. There arc such froiucnt chanpes in tho resi dence of our city pations that wo shall feel tbli2cd to any who make such change if they Avill i eport the same to this oilice. Olhorwiso wo shall not bo rc-poniblo for failures of tho carrier to deliver tho paper promptly and regularly to them. The recent influx of commercial vis itors were attended to "with practical alacrity and iiual coiirteousness by the popular proprieiois of the Occident, whose paii...

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 October 1877

w ffe gjaxljj slxrriau- ASTORIA. OREGON : D. C. IRELAXI Editor. TUESDAY Oct. 30. 1877 Treatment of Diphtheria. The papers begin to notice the out break of diphtheria in various local ities to an extent which interferes with the schools and produces general alarm. The rural districts, where new methods of treatment and new reme dies make slow progress, are more ex cusable for the prevalence of this ter rible disease, but it is extraordinary that it should gain the mastery of a medical profession of a city like Provi dence. Although after a certain stage the disease defies remedy, it is well known in the best medical circles to be very docile in its earlier stages. It is remarkable that, the profession does not take more pains to disseminate the latest methods of treatment of diseases which stagger the average physican. Even "state medicine" devotes itself exclusively to the discovery of the causes and source of disease and very little to its remedies. This is a ration al method of pr...

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 October 1877

f gits ixtlg sixrcxmx ASTORIA OCT. SO. 1877 PORT OF ASTORIA. Title Tnllc ror Astoria. OCTOBER. From tables of United States Coast Survey. High Water. Low Water. Day. . m. r. m. I a. M. i'. M. 27 .. 4 :u 3 :! !) 43 ..ll 12 28 3 31 4 431 10 47 221 .. G 35 5 52' 0 00 1 Tm :x) 7 3fi .. 7 10! 1 07 1 Ofl :n .. s : .. 8 241 2 07 2 2.5 1 I) 32 .. :f 3 18 3 i 2 10 2fi 10 40 4 0" 4 4i :; 11 as 11 40 4 rs r, M 4 11 44 ! 5 41 G 49 ,-..., 9 33 0 20! C 23 7 3"J FOREIGN EXPORTS. SEPTEMBER. To Liverpool per Lochintar, Sept 1 : To Jloii'dulu, per Jlatttc iiacuau, Sept. 1: To Honolulu per Falkinhurg, Sep 2: To Victoria and Sanaimo per fr California, Sept 5: To Qucziu-toicii per Kinclunc Sep 11: To Qiiccnstoicn per Mountain Laurel Sept IS: To Quernxtoicn per Greta, Sept Id; To Quccmlownpcr Oban Bay Sep fi: Total exports September, 1877 $311,311 58 Values. $4j,00 00 8,785 07 5,812 .w 10.0S2 30 4l,3Sl 74 SO, ISO 82 00,875 10 CJJiARAXCKS AM) DEPARTURES. o CL.KAKKP. Adventurer. Br. bk. 716 tons. Braithwai...

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 October 1877

() gtte nVs sixrcimx ASTORIA .. Oct. 30. 1877 The Beautiful Creole in Nevis. WRITTEN FOR THE ASTORIA In. the bright torrid zone and warm glowing lands 'Where the biue waters break on the coraj gem'd strands And the breeze softly signs through the sweet orange grove That Nature intended for pleasure and love, Lived a beautiful Creole in Nevis. Pale Diana's bright lamp hung aloft in the sky, And paled the red glow of the bright firefly. And the boats on the bay seemed to dance in the sheen Of the silvery light, of night's lovely queen, As she hung o'er the lland of Nevis. . I sat with a friend, and drank in with 'delight Each beautiful scene of a tropical night, And a sweet plaintive strain lent Its charm to the ear And hung on the zephyrs, its tones full and clear, 'Twas the voice of the Creole of Nevis. I tossed on my couch, and in vain strove to rest, A thought strangely sweet, woke a chord in my breast, And thin, airy shaped fancy kept busy the brain At painting the angel that 'wo...

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. — 31 October 1877

r CO i 9BHt&HUfaUb Yol. 3. Astoria, Oregon, "Wednesday Morning, October 31, 1877. tfo. 126. j'vzzu-juu j'?:,h M fit t- tnviim ISSUED EVERY MORNING, (Monday E.eeptel), Atturuin BuUdiny, Cass Sired. terms of Subscriptien: ervcd by Carrier, per week .21 Cents Sent by mail, four months ..$$ 00 Scat by mail, cne year. 'J 01) .Free of l'tstnxe to Subscribers. RSF" AdrcrUceinents inserted by the year at the Tf.toof$i ."W per ii:iro per month. Transient .tdverti'-injr, by the day or week, fifty ents per square for each in.-cition. To City Subscribers. "Tncre arc such frequent chanpes in the rei Sence of our city pations that wo shall feel obliced to any who make such ch:uie if they will roport the same to thisollicc. Utheiwisc wo .ha.ll not b res;.oniblo for failure of the carrier lo deliver the paper promptly and J regularly to tuenu The new city Mil is walking right .along. It is an outrage that silver is not worth :is much a' gold. - Capt, kludge imported his fire wood -for this wint...

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. — 31 October 1877

(?) D - mtQ Qsizvinn ASTORIA. OREGON: D. G. IRELilXD i Eilitor. WEDNE3DAY Oct. 31, 1877 Wheat Alloat at Astoria. For three years past there has been standing at the head of our market reports column, a statement that wheat afloat or in storehouse at Abtoria is on a par with wheat afloat or in store at San Francisco. Thai statement is a fact, and we defy any to prove to the contrary. Oregon wheat in Liver pool, or Queenstown, or Cork is above the value of wheat from any other state in the Union. So much for all that. We iiad hoped that this statement would elicit an inquiry on the part of the press of Oregon, and lead the farmers of the country to demand the full value for their wheat, but none of the papers, and but few farmers of the valley took notice of it until we in serted a supplemental paragraph as follews: "Whk.yt. Falcs on bills of la.iiiig on board ships frcightoiT 2 305"2 percental The original paragraph stands as fol lows, just as it has stood month in and out for three ...

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. — 31 October 1877

( (3) J?Lc gaxlij Qsi&ximx. ASTORIA Oct. SI. IS77 PORT OF ASTORIA. TIU Tnlslo ror Astoria. OCTOBER. 3rom tables of United States Coast Survey. High Water. Low Water. 1'av. . M. f. m. A. M. I'. M. 7 -i :u :: asj y 4a n V2 US 3 1 4 43 10 47 'i G 35 .. f J2j 0 0i 1 V :ja - 7 as .. 7 io! l 07 l tvi '. 8 : 8 241 '1 07 2 215 i a :r : v,i a is :; ..; V !0 2 ..10 40 4 Or. 4 40 .". 11 08 11 40 1 4 .rS 5 .71 4 11 41 ) 5 41 G 4! tf ! a J o 20! g 2a 7 ay CLEARASCES A SD DEPARTURES. o 'l.i:ahki. Santa Clara, ship, 1535 tonb.Tobey, Dublin, Oct 29 aill.Kl Adventurer, lir. bk. 716 tons, Uraithwaitc, Cork Octtfi Aldcn iSesse, bk.H41 tons. Xoyc.s. IlnngJion:, Oct 20 ; "W Cochrane, bark, 1101 tons, Given. Cork Oct 30 Buenos Ayjvs, French bk. Gi9 tons, Voimii, Fal mouth. Ocf.'iJ Druaioicg, Ur bk !0!G tons, Wyni&n. Cork. Oct2 Emily Ch.iplhi, lirbk, 777 tons Harris, Queenstown Oct 2JJ. Alieons, Us. !79 tons, Hamilton. Queenstown, Oct- -2U. lloilell Buy. lir fih. lftSS tons. Queenstown Oct. 29. Se...

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. — 31 October 1877

(3) v. V- jp gailjtj Qstexxnu. ASTORIA .. Oct. 31, IS77 To a Baby. A little bud, with violet eyes, That stole its azure from the skies-; And cheeks, where rose and lily blend, And grace on every motion tends. Her auburn locks and sunny curl, And coral lips and teeth of pearl Would tempt a humming bird in spring On his gay flight to poise on wing. And doubtless for a moment think Ile'd lit upon a new blown pink. Her sylph-like form by beauty lined, Her head bespeaks a fertile mind. But yet I hear, with much regret, The little minx's an arch coquet; But none, I'm sure, would deem her pert Or for one moment think she'd flirt May moral grace its beauty's bud, And on each step assidions tend, As through life's thorny path she'll wend, Is the fond wish of Verge's friend. Clatsop. .Railroad Interests in Yamhill. The McMinnville Reporter contains the proceedings of a meeting held in Amity on the 21st, to take into con sideration the feasibility of running a narrow guage railroad from Dayton...

Publication Title: Daily Astorian, The
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