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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily morning astorian. — 12 March 1884

-"- l t - VOL. XX, NO. 135. ASTORIA, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 12, 1834. PRICE, FIYE CENTS. .i .wr ' A MODERN I1EBCDLES. George Moats, a Rustic Giant, Carries 200 founds a Distance of One 3Iile Without a Single Rest Mishap on the Way. UA wonderful act isn't it?" re marked a gentleman in tbe audience at the museum, as the "iron-jawed" man raised the barrel of water high in the air with his teeth. 4,How does it strike you, Uncle Jerrry?" "Uncle Jerry" was a tall, gaunt -man, whose sunburnt face, slouch hat, and ill-fitting clothes gave him a decidedly p.ovincial air. "Waal, it it's purty good," said he, reflectively, as he scratched his chin, "but it looks ter me like a trick somethin' he hez practiced fer a long time. Git him away frpm his bar'l an' I reckon he ain't so stout. But talkin' about weight-lifters, I know a feller in this state as is a weight-lifter, and a weight-carrier, too; uv which latter I will remark thar ain't many. I knowed him when I used ter buy Hogs down in Ulin...

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 March 1884

- 7 ? r jPaiU forian. ASTOKIA, OREGON: "WEDNESDAY.. MACH 12. 18S4 PETERED OUT. A Portland special tells of the death of the JV ojthice.it Xeivs. Its demise was only a question of time, as it has been more than usually weak and debilitated for several months. It died of marasmus. We do not know of any newspaper that ever started under more favorable auspices than did the JS'ews in Janu sry, '83. There was a deepseated dis like against the Oregonian partly be cause of its action in the Mitchell fight, partly "on general principles;" there was a Bpurt of prosperity that made business boom and lent wings to speculatien: there was consider able capital behind the new concern nd it started with great eclat, with an amount of advertising patronage and a subscription list that seemed to justify its assertion that it had come to stay. But it soon gave evi dence of lack of brains. People who looked to its editorial columns for ideas, found vapid, second-hand sneers; men who expected a liberal...

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 March 1884

Jp' rs . tSfce Haiti gstodaw. ASTORIA, OREGON: "WEDNESDAY MAKCII 12. 181 I ISSUED EVERY MORNING. (Monday excepted) J. F. HAI1L1ORAN & COMPANY. POnLISUEHS AXD VROl'JdirTOKS -8TORIAK BUILDING,'- - CASSsTRJrXT Terai of Subscription. 8erirl by C irrier. per week 15ct s. Sent by M.U1. per month. 6Uts. " ,r " one year .............. .S7.X) Free of posture to sub-. ril"r3. Advertisements inserted by the vrarat tharate of 2 per square per month. " Tran sient advertising fifty cents per qar each insertion. THE CITY COUNCIL PROCEEDINGS. Some Thlagi that Were Done, and Some Thugs that Weren't. The city council met in regular session laat evening; present, Councilineu Case, Cooper, Deal-j Stone and Treuchard. J th absence of Mayor Hume, the council was called to order by the auditor and cleric, T. S. Jewett. On motion I. W. Casa Was elected chairman pro tern. The minutes of the last meoting were read and approved. A pstitiou was read from Messrs. Head ington, Hahn, Baker, Spazarth, Wright a...

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 March 1884

M Ihr ga IJtfforhm. A.6T0KIA, OREGON: WEDNESDAY MARCTT 12, 1881 SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE port of astria. .1 urn 'a , rimy ska. Otr of Carlisle. BrM; 'reenc5 March U VESSEL A THE UIVKR. Olive S.SontlinnJ. Amj Mt'Va.riinctn, Am cp ni' Cross. Am up Iliirhlxttd l.iehi. Am.i Helicon. TilMe K NtarbucL. Am S. B. Mead. Am Mr. Blrer Ind. Br 6? Martha Fisher. Cha. "jteeworth Br bk Mernm, Am sp Eskdale. Br bk VESSELS Ob TBI. VA i From FireJri Port, foi il Columbia Hlur Aberetalth Oastle. Br sp 1U3 Liverpool Sept II ltata, Hr bV Liverpool Dec 6 Jorsallftier. Nor bk Liverpool Sot 12 Kelvordal. Br bk 1191 N b W Norseman Br bk Liverpinl Dee 3 Staghound. Br bk i73 Wilmington tillbet, Br bk 1057 Lnodon Doc 5 Tythonuj, Br bk London Dee 3 From American Port. Alameda. Am tpNY Jan 18 Belle of Oregon, Am bk I16S New ork Mar 1 TIK TABf-K KUB ASTOKU MA.BCH. I HXOH WATKB. LOW WATEK. Flrt Second. ! First. Second. S I 2 IS S 2 I 2 IS j 2 V- li e il s Ih in.. ifc. m. . m. . . m. j hi M hi : Sj 9 M 7'7U 35 1C':I 3...

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. — 13 March 1884

r. (1 VOL. XX, JXO. 1 3(5. ASTORIA, OREGON, THURSDAY, MARCH 13, I8tf.. PRICE, FIVE CENTS. lifriyllflr 1 ill 1 S If lr&sa$$$&i& l jI l 01 L 1 111 11 MADAGASCAR. A Pleasant Country to Live In. "How did you like the country?" asked an Enquirer reporter of a sai lor just f rom "Madagascar. "Like it! Why, there isn't a re deeming feature about it. Why, it was enough to sicken one to see what people eat there. In the market at Tamatave I have seen great heaps of small locusts dried and exposed for sale. They were about half roasted, and made me sick to look at them. There are no roads barely bridle paths through the woods, and travel is accomplished on foot or in palan quins long bamboo poles borne on the shoulders of natives. The inte rior of the country is filled with dense forests, and during the rainy seasons great quantities of decaying vegetable matter are brought down. There is a great deal of lake and marsh on the coast and plains bordering on the sea, and these give r...

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. — 13 March 1884

-- 5'j-t cza She gailtj gStftovuuu ASTORIA, OKEGON: THURSDAY MAKCH 13, 1851 GsNERAit Butleb does not seem to be able to get bis oar in anywhere. Minister Sakgent seems to be too good an American to suit tbe German cbancellor. Mr. Arthur does not seem to be in tbe least worried about the Blaine boom, ilpoor thing!' There is no way in which Mr. Bis marck can dodge the pork problem. It is root, hog, or die. m m The two political parties should not worry themselves about platforms. What they want is votes. The Chreat Eastern has become a coal hulk at Gibraltar. Her fate is as sad as that of some politicians. The Bepublicans have carried Lex ington, Ky. The Democrats must have been all on a religious picnic. Boston has started a new party on a foundation of civil service reform and anti-silver. It is to sweet to live long. Among the fishes most commonly eaten, the cod is the poorest in total solid matter, in albuminous com pounds, and in fat. SntTr-FOUR counties in Texas did not vote at ...

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. — 13 March 1884

03 f he gnUxj storim ASTORIA, OREGON: THURSDAY. .MAltCH 13. lftsj ISSUED EVERY MORNING. (Monday excepted) J. F. HA.L.LORAN & COMPANY, " PCBLISHEUSAXD riJOrKIKTOKS, ASTORIAN 11UILDING. - - CASnTUEK1 j. Term of Subscription. Serml by C-irrier, per week ... locts. Sent by M ill. p-r month Wcts. ' " one year .. Free of postazo to -ub Tilers. -87.00 E7 Advertisements inserted by the year al the rate of 82 per square per month. Tran sient advertising fifty cents per square, each insertion. Done Bbown. Some time ago a party of gentlemen of communistic turn of mind divided among themselves sundry loads of ham, flour, canned goods, etc., the supposed property of a Portland grocer and deftly loading it on board a aoow that 'was pressed into the service floated away down the placid "Willamette. The grocer, whose consent was not sought, made objection and the minions of the law tracked the bold buccaneers who hau thus put info practice the principles they preached. It was finally discovered...

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. — 13 March 1884

, tfhe JtoHg Sforimt. A-STOR-A, OKEGON: THrE DAY.... .....MA CH 1?. W4 SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE POUT OF ASTORIA. :.7n M of CVifnrnU w Dfllin". S K March 12 ARRIVALS FROXSKA Columbia, ta S F, March It r?s :s run ri vkr o ! S Knnthird. A lD MtW8bi&RtO! Amsp Red Cross. &o sp HUUasa -lgui. . j Kelleon. ftlUe E Stcrtack. a 3. SL Mead. Am bit RiTerlndua, Kr tu City of Cartisle, Br bk MTt;hB. Plhr. Ch-a. -tswor Br Lk Merotrs, Aa sp Ktkdale. Br bk VKSSK1.S U TBt. . Froart Freten VrtH. for i-i-Colunthin IMv-r Abewtwitb Castle, lie sp 10G5 Liverpool Sspt II Uata, Br bk Liverpool Des 5 JoraaUarar. Nor bk Llvarpool Not lr K-lTerdftle, Brbk 1191 X h Vf Norseman. Br bk Llverpaol Dec 3 Staehound. Br bk iGS Wilmington SUbet. Br bk 1037 London Dee S Tythonns, Br bk London Dec 8 From American Port. AUmeda Am up X V Jan 15 Belle of Otexon, Am bk 1 169 New York Marl TIOK TABLE FOB ASTORIA HIOH WATKlt LOW WATKU. MABCH I Flrt Second. 1 First. Second. F 15 1 a his his ft tn. j8 A. m. X & . ! " I ...

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. — 14 March 1884

OJ 4 1. f1fcdi lliVif 1 Hllrfe nl (C&lr iflill (fi Hi VOL. XX, ISO. 137. ASTORIA, OREGON, FRIDAY, MARCH M, 1884. PRICE, FIVE CENTS. WRECK OF THE LIZZIE MARSHALL. Later Accounts of the DLsuste.r Terrible Safferim; and Narrow Ecape of the Crew. Captain Bergman, of the bark Liz zie Marshall, which left this port for Port Townsend on February 6th, and was wreoked near Uape Flattery on February 21st, gives this account of the disaster: "The vessel was driven in a calm by a heavy south-southwest swell in thiok weather toward Van couver Island. We saw no thing for about two hours, during which time the vessel had no steerage way. We thought wo could hear the surf and took a sounding at Yl fathoms. We let go both anchors immediately. This was at 11 P. sl on February 20th. It was not very rough. At 1:30 a. m. on the 21st we could see Cape Flattery light, bearing south by east, one-halt east Then we knew we were at Boulder Point Fearing rough weather might set in, I dispatched the mate au...

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. — 14 March 1884

t gailjj tfforiatt. AST0K1A, OREGON: FIUDAY.... .MAKCH 14, 1S&1 , Why should tin two parties bother about platforms. "What they need are votes. Massachusetts is about to pass a law abolishing the poll-tax qualifica tion for voters in thai state. The average price of farm labor for the whole United States is S18.5S per month, an increase of nearly forty per cent since 1851 Resolutions by the miners of the CcBur d'Alene: "Not a Chinaman shall ever enter the diggings unless he climbs a tree, with one end of a lariat over a limb." Imported silk now comes from New Jersey, English pudding is made in Delaware, French sauces are made in Connecticut, Rhine wine is bottled In California and American beef is raised in England. In Dakota married women retain their own real and personal property, and may make contracts, sue and be sued, as if single. Neither husband nor wife has any interest in the prop erty of the other. England's appeal to us to suppress the dynamiters is pathetic; but it ...

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. — 14 March 1884

(33 . tjflw , Ifuttg gtstanim. ASTORIA, OREGON: ...MAirnr u. issi j FRIDAY.. - - ISSUED EVERY MORNING. (Monday excepted) JyF. HAL,L,ORAN is. COMPANY. - PUBLISHERS AND rKOl'miTTOUS, 'aSTORIAK BUILDING. - - UASSTUKUT f ' Termn of Subscription. 8ervid by Cirrior, per uvek Seutdiy M ill. per month . .r .4 0e ye;lr .Free of postage to ub -rilKTs. l." -la. - CUc'tS. ..7.00 tsy Advertisements inserted bythcyeurat the rate of S2 pt square per month. Tr-ui-entcadvertklug Afty cents per square, e;ich insertion. Abodkd Town. Considerable building going on in Upper Astoria. An itinerant tent on the vacant lot corner Main and Chenamu3 streets. A three-story brick rould look well on the same location. Swarms of Chinese are arriving on every steamer, mostly from Portland and Se attle. 1j. B. Tranklin has a new arrange ment that is not exactly a hearse but serves all the purposes of one. Steam from the engines of the various canneries makes things look livelier. Nothing has yet been heard of Graham...

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. — 14 March 1884

f3 trite JaUit sforian. ASTOKIA, OREGON: FRIDAY...... .JIA CH H. 1 SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE i'OUT OF ASTORIA. SAILED A Mil VA US ''My SKA vksskls is tiii: Rirr.R. ulUe S.Southard. Amp MtWafhinytcn. Atop Red Crow, in en iVlp-r ' rJite 1 Starbnck. 4.m Cfaa. Cotesworth Br bk S. B. Mead. Am ft: "e,rn A 1R. Btvor Inilii. Hr to Kakdalo. Br bk City of Oarilslc. Br ha FKSSEjS O.l TBI- U rii from Froicit rrtn. for ili C'otumbix Klvtr Aberettrtth Castle. Br sp 1M5 Liverpool Sept 11 ltata, Br bl: Liverpool Dee 6 Joralfarcr. Nor Ik Liverpool Nor 1 KfUverdftlfl, Br bk 1191 K S W Noreeman. Brbk Liverpool DecS Stcshound. Br bk &7S Wilmlnjrton SUbnt. Br bk 1037 London DoS Tythonos, Brbk Londca DeoS From American Ports. Alamnda Am Bp N Y Jan 13 Bella of Oiagon, Am bk 1 163 New orfc Mar 1 TIIK TAB MS fK ASTORIA MARCH. HIOH WATKU. LOW WATlllt. Flrat Second. 1 First. SecoiidT II i is! 5 11 g g Is !a w. t ft. m. j? h in. .2 A. to. I jf I 1 " I"" si 9 M 7'7ll ti.'lO 51 i7'9 - 1T 3 53 j S-OJ 5 17 I -o-i ...

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. — 15 March 1884

.? - ' - - w ' ' w.' . y afe. VOL. XX, KO. 138. WOMAN IN EUEOPE. A Comparison or the Women of Two Continents. The United States Unlike any Other Country -Some Disadvantages of the Euro pean Sf stem. Many points in the condition of women in Europe are strange to an American, but their examination will not diminish "his pride in his own country, if he has any. Generally it may be said that woman is and has ever been a drug in the markets of the Old World. In our century this continent has probably not lost one half so many men, relatively, in war as it did in the Eighteenth, nor one third so many as it did in the Six teenth, and yet the slaughter in bat tle has contributed materially to give the woman a large majority in the re cent tables ok population, and to leave a considerable number of them without the possibility of finding hus brnds. DISCRIMINATION AGAINST WOMEN. The surplus of the fair sex, exist ing from the remotest times for the deeper the barbarism the greater the destruc...

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. — 15 March 1884

HQ 5 She JtoUg tovran. ASTORIA, OREGON: SATURDAY. ..MAKCH 15. ISM SOMETHING THAT CANNOT WARDED AGAINST. BE Yesterday's dispatches tell a fear ful story of the killing of one hun dred and fifty human beings in a Vir ginia coal mine, by the accidental ex plosion of gas. The strong presump tion is that some careless hand lifted the safety cover from his lamp to light his pipe, or grown contemptu ous of danger, swung an exposed light in some portion of the mine filled with the inflammable gas. That by far the greater number of calama tous occurrences are attributable to just such impulses of foolhardy peo ple appears from the investigations set on foot to locate the blame for the January chapter of horrors. In nearly every instance the ory was raised, at first blush, that the owners of the vehicle of death were answerable for the mishap, and they were berated soundly for supposed oriminal negilgence, indifference to loss of life, or avaricious disregard of laws providing for the safety ...

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. — 15 March 1884

T5-S' Si 4 . (3J fit gaUg storfatt. ASTORIA, OREGON: SATURDAY MARCH 15, 1n4 ISSUED EVERY MORNING. iMontlaj excepted) J. F. HALLORAN & COMPANY, I'UKLISIIKKS AXI I'KOI'ltlKTOIW, ASTORIAX BUILDING. - - CASSMTtKKT Terms of Subscription. Servd 1) C.irrier. per wek l-Vrts. Sent by M ill. per month O0i-t. f " one 5 ear . .JT.W Fret of postal to ul-.-ril"'r. fif Advertisement" inserted ly Ihe- :r at tnexau of $ jjt qu.tre per month. Tr ui sleut advertising nft"ccnts per .miuhd, eacli insertion. Salmon. "Writing of the salmon ship ment and market, the London Grocer of February 16th, says: The total ship ments from the Pacific coast of the 1881 season's packing amounted to 575,009 cases, so that the past, season's available shipments show a deficit of 101,797 cases egainst the pievious season's, and 122.972 cases against those of 1831. Again,com paring prices, "we find that in January, 1882, Columbia river salmon -was sold at 26s, and at the same period last year 2"s, was the firm price, ...

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. — 15 March 1884

? cu (The JtaUtj gWavuw, A&TUKIA, OKKGON: SATURDAY.... ..MAKCH 15, l&M SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE IOKT OF ASTOUIA. J RRI 'A L MOM SH.i Aberstwiih Cae tie. Mr sp HC5 Liverpool March 4 I'KSShl .V 7tf UIVKIl. Olive S.Southard Aril MlWasHnj-'tin, Am Si Red Crof. m sp Hich'.-ttid t.jcbt. Am.-r Helicon. Mnrrhn Fisher. r! i- Ktrirac&. W f 'has. ;oeswortb Hr I'k j. IX. Mead. Am bk Wernin. Am sp Eiver Indi.s, r s? Eslvd&ie. Br bk City of Carlisle, r Mf t'ftb'M i,3 OA 27. H .1 : Kr.ii'i F-'Vt-J-jic rlH. fin llt 4'1iiiii1):i Rlx1! lrsta, Ur ! I.ivrGl DpcS .lorsaltaror. TCor tk Liicrpool ?ov 12 Kelvrrdalft, BrU. 1191 X h W Xbr-cmnn Hi ?k l-irerp-scl D-c3 Stagiiound. Ur bk 'd Wilmington Silliet. Ur bk I0ST i-midun Pc 5 Tjrhorm. Urbfc London Doc A From American ior"-Ataiat-da. Am up N V Jan 15 Utile of Oiejjon. Am bk HOI New t ork Mr 1 TiKTAKI..S VitU STU1CIA MAKCHI. HIGH VATISR. LW WATEK. First Second. 1'in.U Sei'U1. 'l r i A. lit. S 9 r,i I7-7111 33 ! 3 5.1 3o 3 17 joI !10 , i-9 5 02...

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. — 18 March 1884

" in ' . itffeH&gkWUc- -- r l .w ja ,-r 1 ' i ri i TlZ . "... .t" 'tt3U a5 jrI-.V-- ---- VOL. XX, IN'O. 140. ASTORIA, OREGON, TUESDAY, MARCH 18, I8H4. PRICE, FIYE CENTS. 4 stffrian. SsITTIM; 1SUI.IS AI'MtESS A- Reported by Itill Xje. - Wabrieks: We arp again stau cl ing with pigeon-toed grace upon the front-stoop of another year. The old rear is fast fading from our view, its last dying moan blending in monrn ful harmony -with the flap of our breechclothe aB they are rudely toyed with by the hilarious blasts" of winter. The frosty breezes sigh in mourn ful cadences among our galvanized limbs as the old year glides into the previousness of the once, and we sigh it thrills our solar systems from the equator to the north polo, as we bid her a sorrowful adieu. During the year that is now scoot ing down the dusty corridors of the past, we have been at peace with all the world. Some men are born peace ful, some men acquire peace, and some have peace thrust upon them. Our tenacious gri...

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. — 18 March 1884

w Mt gaily gistorian. ASTORIA, OREGON: TUESDAY MA"C11 IS. 16S4 FUN IN LOGAN'S CAMP. The Chicago News' "Washington special says: It is worth a trip to Washington to see Logan run his boom. He may never get nearer to the presidency than 812 Twelfth street, but he is having more fun than an alderman at a Dutch picnic. The colored boy who tends the door at Logan's boarding-house has a wear ied look, and well he may, for he lets in president-makers by hundreds. Many of these are strangers and they mount the stairs with fear and trembling. They feel as if they were about to be shot till they meet ilrs. Logan or Mrs. Tucker, who has much of her mother's suavity, and they recover themselves and thaw out like frozen apples in a bakery. They shake hands with John and he fixes them with his glit tering eye and then turns them over to his able lieutenants the ladies who complete the capture. There is no man here who looks more like a statesman than Logan, but he wants to keep silent When John o...

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. — 18 March 1884

PJ ': "I 4 t xHw gjnug Shorten. ! ASTORIA, OREGON: I TUESDAY MARCH In lSei ISSUED EVERY MORNING. i Monday .-fpted) J. F. HA.LLORAN & COMPANY. I'UltMsUIKKs- AND l'UOI'KIICl.m-. JkSTORlAX BUILDING. - CASs TitEETi Terms of Subscription. Served pv Carrier, per w eek Seat by M.iil. pi r month... ' " encea: .. ... .. Fre of postage to "Ub-. riLnTs. l."5c!s. 'i-ts. 7 . "J K5"Adyerri!uiiii:it- niertcd In the 3 ear at the rate of .2 per suture per month, Trm slent advertising fifty cents per square, each Insertion. " , , " " Just the Thing.-.The new steel steam- Ci.r.u ai Unnau..iun:u . should reach ban rrancisco by the 23th inst. Like the Olympian she was built , , u" ?" "- "" "y " hi been hinted that she was to be employed between Port!nd and Astoria as a daily- boat. The Oregonian says she could make the trip'in less than five hours. Such a boat could land passengers at llwaco in that time, and go around to Shoalwater bay at any time. The summer travel on the Oolumbia would justify th...

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. — 18 March 1884

M&&, t 0 J j0 'SKF"! ftc gaUij jStarmu. ASTORIA, OREGON: TUESDAY MARCH 18. 1881 SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE PORT OF ASTORIA. SAILED Columbia, fcs S F. March 1? ARR1 VA L FROM SKA. Oregon ss. Pohlraan. S V March I" VESSELS IX THE RIVER. O Olive S.Sonthard. Amso MtW&shiDEton. Aid art Red Cross. Am sp Hicldand Light, Am. p neucon. .Marcos risuer, Tiliie E Starbnck. Am Chts. Cotesworth Br bit S. R. Mead, Am bk Merom, Am sp RlTr Tnrtnu Kr an Kflldnle. Br bk City ct Carlisle. Br bk Aberstwirh Castle.Br p VESSELS UA THE WAi. from Foreign FortH. for the '1iinilila IClrer Uata, Br bk Liverpool Dec 5 Jorsalfarer, Nor bk Liverpool .Nov 12 Kelverdale, Br bk 1191 N S W Norseman. Brbk Liverpool Dec 3 Staghound. Br bk SfiS Wilmington Silbet. Br bk 1057 London Dec 5 'fytbonns, Brbk London DpcS From American Ports. Alameda Am ip S Y Jan 15 Belle of Oiecou. Am bk 1169 New Vork Mar 1 TIIK TABLE FOR ASTORIA. MAKCH. I 111(111 W T1'K. LOW WATKK. FirT Second. 1 First. Second. i ; 11 S S 15 S ? M S M...

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