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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily morning astorian. — 19 March 1884

"r. ;. a " I t ssL -v srv-s M VOL. XX, ?(. til ASTORIA, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 11), 1884 PRICE, FIVE CENTS. ' . "i3' VJ I? Hi A-ir 1 mi- At at iinrir rfirmr m as .srvs t &ji I i , NCEJ VI 1 CASE, j 111 the yoar 1813 a friendly eonte.il arose in Cincinnati between auolLei gentleman and myself, which we mutually agreed to have tried in court, each emplo ing his own eonu beL The amount at issue was $25. Little Sam Cox, as he wtjs then , called, and by which name alone 1 knew him, was a lad about 17 years old, a law student in the ofliee of Vachel "Vforlbington. Ho was a shrew d little fellow, working hard as an office boy to pay the expenses his edu cation; and everybody was his friend. I determined, partly iu the spirit of fun, and partly to te;l the boy's ca pabilities, to employ him as my coun sel. I made him well acquainted v. Ith the character of the case (a trial for debt), and the trial was to be had be fore old Judge D. T. Snollbackor. Little Sam worked like a Trojan to m...

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. — 19 March 1884

""Vg ZJ STItt gjiuttj jtforiaiu ASTORIA, OREGON: "WEDNESDAY.... .MARCH 19.18SI AX IMPORTANT DECISION. The supremo court of the United States rendered a decision on the 4th inst, in the legal-tender case of Juilliard vs. Greenmad, -which has been pending for borne time and which involved the question whether notes of the United States issued in time of war under acts of congress de claring them m to be legal-teudor in payment of private debts, and after ward in time of peace redeemed and paid in gold coin at the treasury, and then reissued under the act of 1878 can, under the constitution of the United States, be a legal tender in payment of such debts. The court held that the present case cannot be distinguished in principle from the case3 classed as legal-tender eases heretofore decided'by the court, and decides that the act of 1878 is consti tutional In the concluding para graph of its opinion, which contains the gist of the decision, the court says: "Congress, as the legislature ...

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. — 19 March 1884

- er' (3J Wit gtoHg Utftorian. ASTORIA. OUEGON: WEDNESDAY. MARCH 1?. 1S8I ISSUED SVERY MORNING. Monday cxct'jited) J. F. HAL.L.ORAN & COMPANY. ia'BLiHiiKu- ani rKOii:iiniiL-. AKTOKIA.N BUILDING. - - CAS-. vntL'KT Term8 of Subscription. Servwl by C.trrier. iht'.u. k lo:t. Snit by M til. ptr mtrith .. ?Hti. ' " " onu ytiar . ..T.vfi Fre" f Hst:u-1' -ul ntfi. JdjT"AlMrtL.'iiii-t nwrted ! thejv.irat tbe rateof "-2 jiTSii:trt jfj mouth. Trjii tcntaderLls)ug lift cfiitN pfi n::ire, -uch insertion Insusange. Thp boaijl and non-board fire insurance comimniet doing busi ness on this coast hava -n lat buried the hatchet (with the handle left convenient ly sticking out of the ground) an are just at present smoking the pipe of jmco or words to hat effect. Sometime ap the local agents in some city far, far away, concluded that they might as well stop giving away their legitimate profits and so "pooled thoir issues." Tna idea worked so well that it was rapidly adopted in other cities, and fin...

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. — 19 March 1884

cv ltc gjnttg storiatt. ASTOK1A, OREGON: WEDNESDAY MARCH 1?, IBS' SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE POKT OF ASTORIA. VESSELS IN THE RIVER. Olive S.Sonthard. Amsp MtWaRhincton, Araip Red Cross, Am sp HiKhUnri t.tcbt. Am. el Helicon. Martha Fisher. Til'ie K -trhuck. Am Oha. ;oteRw..rth Brbk S. R. Mpad, Am k Merotn, Am p River Ina , rSr btj hkd&!. Ilr lik Oit of Cariible. Br hit Aoer-twlth Cantle.Br ep VESSELS Oft THE WAi. from Foreltrii FertK. for the ColamtilQ Kiver' Itata, Br bk Liverpool Dec 5 Jorsalf aer. Nor lik Liverpool Nov 1 Kelvcrdale, Br bk 1191 NSW Norseman. Brbk Liverpool DecS Stagliound. Br bk STS Wilmington Htlbot. Br bk 1057 London DecS Tvtbonns, Brbk London DecS From American Ports. Alameda, Am up N Y Jan 15 Belle of Oregon, Am bk 1 109 New V ork Mar 1 TIDJR TABLK FOR ASTORIA. MABCn. HIGH WATH.R. LOW WATKK. Firt Second. I First. Second. v s r s 2 2 15 S ; R--hl h a h i s h s h m. JS h. m. X ft in. J . m. X 5. j , i . 83 83 5 00 C4 11 00 -021 10 13 22 8V 55G ti'2 114! -01 II 01...

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. — 20 March 1884

'. VOL. XX, jN'O. J 4-2. IN VIRGINIA. The Lax Time Schedule n Which Train Arc (tun. Time in Virginia has no value whatever, and as it is the universal practice there never to do to-day what can be put off until to-morrow, little inconvenience arises. The rail ways are run on a happy-go-lucky schedule wl ;ch is extremely divert ing to those who have time in abund ance, and the few who are pressed for minutes, being in a hopeless mi nority, rather afford occasion for mirth when they begin to kick at Virginia methods." The railway time tables are in perfection in the rural districts. Not long ago on a night train, with a party of New Yorkers on board, bumping along comfort ably at a 10-miles-an-hour gait through a remote part of Virginia, when a J at once, with a tremendous jerk, it came to a standstill. The natives in the sleeping car did not think it worth while to ask the rea son of the sudden stoppage; the aliens did, though, and when the con ductor strolled through the car a roar ...

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. — 20 March 1884

r? Zs Sails gtstoran. ASTORIA, OREGON: THLTtt "AY MAUCH 20.1881 The government of the United States has on hand 845,000,000 more gold than it had one year ago. With the tariff as its white Re pliant and Ochiltree as funny man, congress ought to make its mark as a first-class circus. Whiee" congress is endeavoring to find a way of disposing of the surplus silver the pensive citizen is thinking .how hajgancet hold.of it. Gen ok want- more- troops. A peace policy without artil lery ha2iever been very successful in any age or in any country. Fabmebs in many portions of Maine are selKTrgrpotatoes at thirty cents a barrel,"1 yet "Maine restaurants refuse to give bread with one fishbalL Busikess is so "dull in Texas this season that it requires all of Tom Ochiltree's ingenuity to make his constituents believe that congress is not loafing. - An English literary weekly has ar rived at the conclusion that the great task before English literary men now is to educate America. Why not be gin 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. — 20 March 1884

von - jaea&rz-fzr a . , jK7 mr j ra i gJaUtj teforiutt. ASTORIA, OREGON: THURSDAY. TMA'.'.CJI 2 18bJ ISSUED EVERY MORNING, i Monda excepted) J. F. KAL.L.ORAN & COMPANY. rCBI-lSlIKKs At?r MIOrKIKToK. AttTOUIAK BUILDI.G. - - UA VTKEKT Terms of Subscription. Served bv Coiner, in r wvk l.Vrts. Stut4b Miii.iitr month ;!. . .. .4 omei! .. -"f.'v Fre ot itta r to mi'--'. CSAlveilIeiiie rt m-vrted 1 Ihejerat the rateof :i t rviuare pui month. Tran sient nlvf rt!vluK fift cents r qiMr mc!i insertion. JorriKos Abound lovrx. borne new buildings are going up, a large propor tion in upper Astoria. The Shvbrlcl: ar rived in yesterday afternoon; the Wil lamette left out bound north. Bishop Morris trill preach at Grace Church next Sunday. 33nQines3 of all kinds is im proving. iue mail boat got m on time last evening. Some needed street clean ing is going on. The Clara Parker is carrying tin to tbe Scandinavian Pack ing Co. The State sails hither from San Francisco to-day. Col. Hogg is going...

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. — 20 March 1884

m Site gattij gtfforiim. ASTORIA, OREGON: THURSDAY-. MARCH 20, 18S4 SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE PORT OF ASTORIA. VESSELS A THE RIVER. OHvn S.Soutbard. Arosp MtWhinctfln, Am sp Red Crow Am&p Hichland Light, Atn.(p Helicon. Mnrt'ba Fuher. Til e R,"trtmck, Am ChM. ';ote8wTth Br bk S. R vtad. Am t.k Mr.mm. Am p River Ind b. itr si Eckda'e Itr ttk Citj of Carlisle, Br k A'-er-twiih C.tle.!5r sp VESSELS OA TEE WAi. From For el en Ports, for the Columbia Elver ltata, Br bk Liverpool Dee 5 Jors&lfaier. NorLk Liverpool Kot 12 Kelverasjft Bj bk 1191 N b W Noneman, Brbk Liverpool DccS Steghound. Br bk S78 Wilmington Sllbet. Br bk 1097 London Doc 6 Trtbonus, Brbk London Dec 3 From American Ports. Alameda Am sp N V Jan 16 Belle of OreeoD, AmbkilW Jfew York Mar 1 TIDE TAJBS.C P& ASTOBTA. f -MAECH. IflOII WATER. LOW. WATEE. First Second. 1 First. Second. v 2 - S - "5 S ui a tt P 5i P a HIS H I A m. A. m. JK ft in. I ,3 ft. tn. I 3 S3 8'5 4 22 8J 6 11 "' C 03 7-5 7 t4 7VJ 8 09 7-3 9 15 7 4 10...

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. — 21 March 1884

0) 1J6; , 1 11 W 49 I fl I I MMSSW Jr IM T 111 I Ml III ' VOL. XX, ISO. 143. ASTORIA, OREGON, FRIDAY, MARCH 21, 1884. PRICE, FIVE CENTS. CONGRESSIONAL. SENATE. Washington, March 19. Harrison, commissioner of Indian affairs, reported that it is inexpedient to establish a military academy west of the Mississippi, for the training of youths for soldiers. Miller, of California, of the commit tee on foreign relations, in compliance with a resolution of instruction of the committee to inquire and report what legislation, if any, is necessary to protect the interest of the United States against those governments which have excluded or restrained the importation of American meats, reported an original bill providing for the inspection of meats for expor tation, and prohibiting the importa tion of adulterated articles of food or drink, and authorizing the presi dent to make his proclamation in certain cases and for other purposes; placed on the calendar. Vance presented the views of the mino...

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. — 21 March 1884

z. j-Wr" &) f Itr gjaitg gstodan. ASTORIA, OKEGON: FIUDAY.. ..MAKGH 21.1SS1 FUNERAL ORATORY. It is very cruel of the New York Sun to prick the beautiful bubbles of funeral oratory at Washington. D. 0. Haskell, member of congress4 of Kansas died, and half a day was spent in hearing thirteen members tell, in carefully prepared speeches what a great- and good man'he was where he had gone, and what he, was doing. Mr. Ryan of Kansas pro nounced' the death of his lato ool- league a "national calamity." He went on to say; "I seem to see now in fancy my de parted friend on that far shore, his once soaring spirit in peaceful repose at least, basking in the glad sunrise of an eternal morning. From that infinite .bight may we not fancy him comprehending in the sweep of his perfected vision the places, events, and interests that attracted his thoughts and engaged his energies in life? "So shall he look down upon a grateful country, her reverent mil lions paying the tribute of tears to one w...

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. — 21 March 1884

C3J ASTORIA, OREGON: FKIDAY...... ...MARCH 21,181 ISSUED EVERY MORNING. (Monday excepted) J. P. H&lAiORAK & COMPANY, PUBLISH BUS AND ritOPKlKTOKS. ASTOIUAN UUILDING. - - CASSTKEET Terms of Subscription. Servwl-bv C irrier, per wvvk lofts. Sent by Mail, per month tt'ets. " " " one year ..'ST.oo Fro- of postage to miIk rilT. trAdvertfM!tnr-b iuseitd bj iheyesirnt the rate or .52 per square perjiionth. Tran sient advertising fifty cents per quare, e.ich insertion. Chikese Gabdeks. In boyhood's days the patient industry of the ant was brought up as a good example of what steady toil could do, but after watching an ant for about half a day and noticing how it went aimlessly around as though in a terrible hurry, and brought up not two feet from where it started without having anything done, we concluded the ant was a poor model for a boy to imi tate. This is a damp, poor climate for ants and they don't tnrive, but their human prototypes, the Chinese do. A visit to the tract of lan...

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. — 21 March 1884

C-4J xt gaUjf tomw. ASTORIA, OREGON: F3IDAY .MAI'CH 21, ISM SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE PORT OF ASTORIA. VESSELS IS THE RIVER, Olive S. Southard. Arap SltWaRhlnf-ton, Am sp Red Oros. Am p Highland litRbt. Am. (' Helicon. Martha Fiiher, Til ie K ".t-.rlmclc Am Chas. ;oteewrth Brbk S. R. Mead. Am k Memra, Am up River Ind a. r at Kskda'e. Br !k Olty ot Carlisle, Br bk Aoer-twiih Cm tU.Br sp VESSELS OA TEE WJ.I. From Porel'cu Ports, for tbe Columbia Elver ltata, Br bk Liverpool Dee S Joraalf arer. Nor bk Livenool Nov 12 Kelverdale, Brbk 1191 NbW Largo La-w. Br sp Hull March 18 Norseman. Br bk Liverpool Dee 8 Stagbonnd. Br bk itS Wilmington Sllhet. Brbk 1Q57 London Dee 6 Tythonas, Brbk Loudon Dee 5 From American Porta. Alameda. Am sp IT Y Jan IS Belle of Oregon, Am bk 1169 New York Marl TIDE TABLE FOB ASTOBIA. MAKCH. I man WATKIt. DOW WATER. First Second. 1 First. SecoridT H Ts i 1 i fs i i i S S m aJpS ggH5Si5S5 -u I- ' 5 3 fc tn. JS iA. m. -5 & n. ,v A. m. , 17 3 33 18 4 22 19 5 11 20 6 ...

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. — 22 March 1884

'-W' 3 r Ci VOL. XX, ISO. ill. ASTORIA, OREGON, SATURDAY, MARCH 22, 1884. PRICE, FIVE CENTS: . mJly 1 I a nL 1 III 111 lg jim W JlB .L LI W L LLJM La- SECOND-HAND FOOD. In one of New York's shabbiest streets, in the basement of a lurje tenement house, a German and his wife deal in second-hand food, which is eagerly bought by the neighboring poor. The writer recently visited this unique establishment. In the front room a crowd of purchasers were waiting, cans and money in hand. Th1 German was in the back room emptying barrels upon a big, hare pine table. Occasionally a box or barrel proved too heavy, and his wife joined her strength to that of her husband's. She is a big, jolly German woman, rosy and ueaL On the table was a constantly growing heap of meat Some was cold ami some was steaming. The heap was made up of fragments of everything that is included under the terms of fish, flesh and fowL It was not pretty to look at,-but a moment's study of the heap showed that every fragment ...

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. — 22 March 1884

ra She gattg gtffonan. ASTORIA, OREGON: SATURDAY MAHCH. 22.18S4 THE J I'll Y SYSTEM. The jury system is simply with us a lingeringvideuco of the marvelous conservatism -of the Teutonic people, and especially of the Anglo-Saxon branch. In England, when the judi ciary depended upon the crown it was a bulwark between the citizen and a power which was really absolute, when it was applied through th courts upon a oitizen. It was a jury of the vicinage and it was a jury of peers. It was the sole barrier between the citizen and crown or the judges of the crown. The in quest by a jury of the vicinage, at once jurors and witnesses, sitting upon an accused neighbor, was a fea ture which early disappeared, and, in the rules of the exolusion of intelli gence, the system has gone to the op posite extreme. In America, with an elective j udiciary, directly dependent upon the people, there is no need for a jury as a cushion between power and the.citizen. In cities, where it is sometimes asserted th...

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. — 22 March 1884

r- 3) Iie gattg Historian. ASTOKIA. OREGON: SATURDAY HAV.CH :. 1SS1 ISSUED EVERY MORNING. (M'uulaj excepted) J. F. HALL.ORAN & COMPANY, pi rmsiikk am riroruiKToif. ASTORIAN BUILDING. - - CASS ri:UE'i Terms of Subscription. Served by C trner, jr w 'k. ... Sent by M til. per month . ' mep.it ... I5.ts. tote's. Fret of posUi ; to mii rlU-ri. jar-Advertlsfiii ah inserted b the ear at Uie rate of 2 n r Miu.m.' ior inonlli. Trtii slent uavertLsiug fifty cents per square, each insertion. A Geneiution Aoo. Yesterday morn ing the feet of a human skeleton were noticed extending out from a bank of earth on the south ."ide of the roadway near Leinenweber's tannery, where some excavations have recently been mode for road repair. While the bones were being carefuliv nicu&d un and collected, it was learned by an Astobiak reporter thPt they were the only remains or an Italian sailor who came here in an Aincncau bark commanded by a Capt. Mitchell in 1&3. Tne vessel anchored opposite "War...

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. — 22 March 1884

CD Site gnHjj sforatt. ASTORIA, OREGON: SATURDAY MARCH 22, 1884 SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE PORT OF ASTORIA. VESSELS IN TF1E RIVER. O Olire H. Southard. Amsp MtWtRhincton, Am up Red Cros, Aa sp Highland Light, Am. ap Helicon. Til'ie K tirbuelc. Am S. R. Mead. Am k Rtrer Indus, Mr so City of Oariinle. Br bV. llnrtha Fiiber. Cbaa. 'leswortb Br bk Mernnt, Am sp Eakdale. Br bk Aoemwiih Castle.Br ap VESSELS OA TEE WA Y. From Foreign Ports, for vhe Columbia Klrcr ltatft, Br bk Liverpool Dec 5 Jorsalfarer. Nor bk Liverpool Kot 12 Kelverdale, Br bk 1191 N b W Largo Law. Br sp Hall Marob 18 SonemcD, Br bk Liverpool Dee S SUghoand. Br hk V73 Wilmington Btlbet. Br bk 1(07 London Dee S Tythonus, Brbk Loudon Dee 5 From American Fort. Alameda. Am sp N Y Jan 15 Belle of Oregon, Am bk UKNew York Mar 1 TIDE TABLR FOR ASTORIA. MARCH. I HIOH WATER. I I LOW WATER. First Second. I First. Second? 2 2 S 2 2 S j H a ecs if 3 .Sf ft m. j n. hi. a ft y. j ft. n. ,v S " " " 17 3 3S 6-5 5 00 G4 11 00 -0"2 18 4 22 82...

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. — 26 March 1884

0) I Hi fmwr H 1 flflll I il'OTftSte Ml uRl I m 1 H lllTlI VOL. XX, NO. 145. ASTORIA, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, 3IARCH t6, 1884. PRICE, F1YE CENTS. THE N. P. AND O. T. C03IPANIES. The Northern Pacific is bound by the instinct of self-preservation to build its own line from the upper Co lumbia to the tide waters of the Pa cific ocean. It has the choice of two routes, both covered by its charter that down the Columbia and the one across the Cascade mountains to Puget Sound. If it were to build on the former it would have to parallel 215 miles of the Oregon Railw ay and Navigation Company's Columbia river division, building down the north bank of the river all the way io Portland, in sight of the road on the south bank, and tn rough a narrow gorge most of the way, where the local business would not pay for fuel for the locomotives. Consequently it turns to the short but difficult route across the Cascade mountains, origi nally intended to be the main line of the road. The Northern Pacific dir...

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. — 26 March 1884

ft) Uc gmtg storiatii. ASTORIA, OREGON: WEDNESDAY MATCH 26. 18St COLUMBIA BAR IMPROVEMENT. Fitosi Senator Dolph's speech in the senate on the 7th inst., in favor of river improvement, the following letter from Captain Powell to the sen ator is taken as illustrative of the necessity of a change from existing conditiens: TJxited States Exoineeb Office, ) Pobtlakd, Or., Jan- 29, 1884. J Deab Sib: I take the liberty of submitting, for such use as you may think proper, some reasons other than ones based on'present or prospective commerce for improving the mouth of the Co lumbia river: - 1. For causes .common to the North Pacifio coast there is almost always a heavy swell on the bar, even if break ers do not" exist from shore to shore; the exceptions, are during parts of summer, when the shipping is light, and for a very few days of winter, when a"strong easterly wind may pre vail. The entrance is subject to dense fogs and .strong currents, and is partly blocked by submerged sand spits. T...

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. — 26 March 1884

ra t ftolljj $MM. ASTORIA, OREGON: WEDNESDAY. MAW11 . SU ISSUED EVERY MORNING. (Moinlaj excepted) J. F. HA.L.L.ORAN & COMPANY, rum.isuKus and ruorntKiuK-. ASTORIA!? BUILDING. - - CASTUKET Terms of Subscription. Served by Carrier, per v. eel; louts. Sent by Mail, per month , tW. " one j eai ... . . .67. Free of poU.o to mUj nl-er. SrAdrcrtketnets inserted bv the vearat the rate of ?2 vr square per month. " Tr n slent advertising fifty cents per squnre, eneli insertion. OXE HOUR ASD A HALF IS COUNCIL. Dalngt and Deliberations or th City Fathers. When the auditor and clerk began the Teading of the voluminous minute' of three preceding meetings last evening at eight o'clock it was before a full house, every official being present except Coun cilman Cooper. That job being done and they declared approved as read the council heard read a petition from Chas. Gratke to bo granted a license to sell wine, malt and spiritous liquor in the city of Astoria for the period of one year, and the ...

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. — 26 March 1884

CJ U gattjj storatt. ASTORIA, OREGON: WEDNESDAY ...MARCH 23, 18S1 THE REPUBLIC STATE COXTESTI05 SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE . PORT OF ASTORIA. ARRIVAL ROM SKA Alden Sense, Am bV Hongkong March 55 VESSELS IX THE RIVER. 0 OHe S.Southard. Amsp MtWabinjrton. Am p Red Oross. Aa sp Highland Light, Am. p Helicon. Martha Fisaer, Tiltie E Starbuek. Am Chat. Usworta Br bK S. B. Med, Am bk Mer?. Am W. - City of Carlisle. Br bk Absrstwtth CasUe.Br sp J A Republican convention for the state of Oregon is called to meet at tbe city of Portland, Oregon, on Wednesday, tne 30th day of April, 18S4, at 11 o'clock a. m., for the purpose of nominating candi dates ior xuc ionowing unices, iu-n-Representativo in congress, judge of the supreme court, the presidential electors, and district officers for tho several judici al districts, and to select six delegates to attend the national Republican conven tion, and to transact such other business as may properly como before the conven tion. . w- , , The convention -...

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