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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily morning astorian. — 18 April 1884

CO 4jI. ytw 21 1 ill II I iifei&31 ri L 1 LI III VOL. XX. yo. !t3. ASTORIA, OREGON, FRIDAY, APRIL IS, IS84. PRICE, FIVE CENTS. THE DEMOCRAT ICMATK CONVENTION. Thk Daises, April lC.--lf there be a democrat, prominent or obscure, known or unknown, M'ho wants to run for congress on the democratic ticket this year, let Mm send in Iris name at once say before 3 o'clock to-morrow afternoon. No one so far mentioned for the position will consent to make a martyr o himself, and the nomina tion is going a-begging. Ex-Senutor JKesmith, answering au inquiry from AL Zieber, chairman of the state cen tral committee, declines the use of his name before the convention for aiiy fiosition, and a delegate showed me a etter fiom CoL Nesmith, asking him to withdraw his name should it be presented. Eastern Oregon does not taut io propose a man from that section for the reason that they want Slater for senator again, in case the democrats carry the legislature next June. Henco it is not likely that ei...

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 April 1884

pfj-- L7" -y-vr-'J'MapWWWfWWiB!Wgg ft rL..'LjjjjuuLXJawLJLua r '"rv' a-sfsiiim. ASTORIA. OREGON: Kl'VUs 16, IsSI FIHDW MORRISOS OX THE TARIFF. Ik the house of represnltivcs on the 16th inst, Morrison, the originat or of the "horizontal tariff" bill, in support of his measure he de scribed the financial condition of the country,the estimated surplus levenue over expenditures, and dwelt upon the necessity of reducing taxation. To fail to reduce taxation and relieve the people, would "be a flagrant disre gard of public duty. The pending bill might not be all reform, but it was an advance toward the promise of a more complete tariff reform. Such reform and adjustment of the tariff was not believed to be attain able the present session. It would create no surprise that, in the opinion of the committe on ways and means the measure was not sufficiently har monious to secure their approval. They found in it no merit, because it proposed to reduce all duties alike. A horizontal reduction mig...

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 April 1884

C3) She fuuhj .Storimn ASTORIA. OREGON: Fr.T)AY. .-..AIT.ll.l-. IKk I ISSUED EVERY MORNING. (Monday excepted) J. P. HA.LL.OR AN & COMPANY. Puni.iRiu.KS axi i'i:oiM:ii.ioit. ASToRlAN HUILOING, - - ( A. -TKKb'J Terms ofMitiNcrljitlnn. Served l C unt-r. p-r week Sent lv M til. i t iiKMit't " ' one:, ear . Fre- of posta . to h1 tjI-.t-.. i.n-Js. , i?"Adverti-ein-sit' invited i Hie -m rHl 'lemuS JllSfrtlOIl J0TlIXQi ABOUND lOViii. Fresh strawberries. County court meet3 on the '2rli. The Oregon sails for San Francisco this morning. A. L. Stokes has been made permanent general freirH and passenger agent of the O. K. & N. Co. The Merom cleared for QueeitaUwn yesterday morning with G2.0J9 bushels wheat worth $50,321. The Claru Parker comes down from Klaskanine with a load of cedar lumb- r for C. H. Bain's sash and door factory. The Standard says that Villard will visit Oregon in June. VillardVillard seems to ns we've heard that imme be fore. The Weekl? AstokiaN, in sta:flied wrappers...

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 April 1884

T'jpiytf I.L. gr"7 JP -PfgPf&V',-galmr? yir---. tt&f lyfaBPp:Wi!iwMAJJ,J6-"t' ' ffl Site gaily ftftaton. ASTORIA, OKEGON: ATKlL18,lfcS4 FFIDAV. SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE PORT OF ASTORIA. RhAl hull SKA. Mrom. Ara pQn"cnstown Ap-iin vkssi.l- iy THE nivv.n. rm-.. c vnni.ri1 Amn Mt Winreinn. Aiifp nlCro Mnsp HiFlilmMl LiKbt. Axn.sp S.R. Mead. Am J-k Ci of Carlisle. Br -Ms ldenBee, Am bit Ksto, Br&k Mfirrhn Fisher. Cha. otesworth Br bk Kskdr.le. Br bk Aberstwiib CsstU.Brp YESSKLS UA TUh WAi. (roi.ii rir-irii I'rls. tor tbe (otonittl:: IMirr City of York, Br p Glasccw April 11 Griseda'c, Brsp Liverpool. April 9 Largo Ucw. Brsp Halt March 13 Norseman. Br bk Liverpool DccS Tythonns. Brbk London Dec 5 From American Ports. Alameda Atn sp X V Jan 15 Belle of Uteson, Am bk 1 169 Xew York Marl TIDE TAULM FOR ASTORIA AI'KIU I HIGH WATKK. I-OW WATKK. 1'irNt Se-ond. ' lirst. SecondT cl i 121 2 i 1 T i i k in. t h. w. X A -n. a mi. " 1 2 11 2 9 8Vl -1 :j." "7 10 -3 -OCi Ji 4C IG .i3 8o 5 2C ...

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. — 19 April 1884

OJ , - . ?fW (m & 1 i W n -s '-$&&&gwi:'.' m - - L fc -- - 4vi i? K ilJLl EI I I OifcVzji LJD JL IllBll LI ASTORIA, OREGON, SATURDAY, APRIL 19, 1884. PRICE, FIVE CENTS. VOL. XX, ISO. H(. THE MISADVENTURE OF I'.KlTiSH COLUMBIA. The minister of justice of the Do minion of Canada has informed the premier of British Columbia that the act of the parliament of that colony, imposing a head tax of $50 on each Chinaman seeking an entrance, is dis allowed. The ruling comes in time to let in a large cargo of coolies now on the way to Victoria. British Co lumbia, ai4.rently in an evil hour for herself, cast in her lot with the Do minion. The consideration was a railroad, which has not yet been fin ished, and is not likely to be for a long time to coma Previous to tho annexation, British Columbia tvus what might be called an independent colony. It was competent for it lo enter upon any legislative policy which it might consider to be essen tial to its'-welf are, subject only to t...

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 April 1884

eg r -. s Jtaitjj gfovum. ASTOlUA, OKEGOX: SATURD VT. ..vfniLm.iPM A POSITION WELL TAKEN. Di5cnss;x3 Blaine's chances for the Chicago nomination and presiden tial nominations in general, the S. F. Bulletin of the loth makes an excel lent point. It says: "But whoever is nominated, it is to bs hoped that the Republican na tional convention will not fall into the mistake which has already been the cause of some sad passages in our history. It has been the custom of both parties to give the vice presi dency to the defeated wing of the party. Johnson was placed on "the ticket with Lincoln, on his second nomination for the presidency, to con ciliate the war Democrats, Arthur was placed on the ticket with Gar flsld to appease the defeated stal warts. Remotely this led to the assassination of two presidents of the United States. If we go further back in our history other dark pages will bs found referable to the' same cause. There is a reasonable probability that Buchanan came near losing h...

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 April 1884

-7T2ivJ' - .. 3) Wxt gmltj gtftoi&m. ASTORIA, OREGON: SATURDAY... ..-.APRIL 19. l4 ISSUED EVERY MORNING. i Monday excepted) J. F. HAL.LOP.AN & COMPANY, PUBLISH F.ltS ANI PROPRIIToRS, ASTORIAN nUJLDINO. - - f ASS "TREK T Terms of Subscription. Servd by Carrier, per we-t i-Scts. Sent by M.iil. per month tfuets. " " one ye ir . .... feT.oo Free of posture to Mib-. ribers. S""AdvcrtIsemi-2t-. inserted uytbeye.tr at the rate ot32 p'r suiuue per month. Tran slent advertising llfty cents per square, each Insertion. JOTTINGS ABOUND TOWN. The Fiery Cross has arrived out. Republican primary this afternoon. Politics, new potatoes, and strawber ries, the last a little tart The Stale arrived in yesterday: the Oregon saile for San Francisco. The Easter music will be repeated in Grace church to-morrow mormiug. There is an important message at the telegraph office for Harry McNeeve. Tom Gardiner, the veteran newspaper manager, is going to run an evening j;r per in Victoria. The Highland Lig...

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 April 1884

ra Wit gattjj gtftoran. ASTORIA, OREGON: SATURDAY. AFR1L 19, 18P4 SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE PORT OF ASTORIA. READ run SEA. Meroxn, Am fpQueen&tovn April 1? Highland Lictai Am. p Antwerp April IB iAILED Oretoa is. Pohlman. 8 F April IS ARRl VALS FROM SKA ttt ot OftlifornlA. M.Debne7. F April 19 VESSELS IN THE RIVER. o Olive S.Southard. Amsp MtWasbinRton. An sp Red Cross. Am sp Mart ha Fitter, S. E. Mead. Am hit Cbas. Jotf worth Br bk Cit of Carlisle, Br bk Kakdale. Brbk Alden Btete, Ad bk Abaritwiih Casilt.Br ap lUU, Brbk VESSELS It A THE WAV. fron Foreiew PwrtH. for lb Colnmliln Kltrr Citr of York, Br p GImcow April 11 Orieda"e, Brsp Liverpool. April 9 Largo Law. Br sp Hull March 13 Norseman. Brbk Liverpool Dee 3 Tythonus. Brbk London Dec 5 From American Ports Alameda. Am sp X V Jan IS Belle of Orecon, Am bkilESVew Vork Mar 1 TIDK TABIiK FOK ASTORIA. APRIL. HIOU WATF.tt. LOW WATER. First Second. I First. Second. Z 3. 2 W 2 fS 2 ana? a Pis Ps h m. J8 h. m. j h to. J5 h. m. S ft, ! 1R...

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 April 1884

01 ,& ASTORIA, OREGON, SUNDAY, APRIL 20, 1884. PRICE, FIVE CENTS. VOL. XX, SO. 1 67. A COOL SCOUNDREL. The Manner In Which ft Burglar Cracked a Bank. My profession isn't a popular one. There is considerable prejudice against it I don't myself think it's much -worse than a good many others. However, that's nothing to do with my story. Some years ago, me and a gentleman "ho was at that time con nected with me in business he's met with reverses since then, and at pres ent isn't able to go out was looking around for a job, being at that time rather hard up, as you might pay. We struck a small country town I ain't going to give it away by telling where it was, or what the name oi it was. There was one bank there; the president was a rich old duffer; owned -he mills, owned the bank, owned most of the town. There wasn't no other officer but the cashier, and they had a boy, who used to sweep out and run of errands. The bank was on the main street, pretty well up one end of it nice, snug...

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 April 1884

(U vv Wixt Ta ttfriit& ASTOIUA, OREGON SUNDAY .. A IM'IL . IPfcl GROWING BETTER. Or course the world is giwvin? better, physically, taenia .-ind uaor ally. IMan is better, b.wly, mind and souL He is healthier, lougjr-livcJ, better fed, clothed aud housed. He knows more of lhe rcliyiou of the body, the laws of life and health, aud is more careful to obey thein to enjoy the good results. He is better fed with purer aud more nutritious food. "Wages are higher and will buy more comforts of life. The clothing, espe cially of children, is better, warmer, more decent and healthier. 3Imd is better cultivated, intelligence is more diffused, more books are read, more lectures given, more newspapers circulated, read and understood. Schools, school books and school houses, and methods of instruction are better. Farms, high ways, transportation facilities, tools shops, factories, domestic animals from the chicken up; sheep, cattle horses, barn3 and stable everything you can name or think of ...

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 April 1884

& t nv gtoriaiu ASTOIUA, OREGON: .SUNDAY. , .APRIL 20. lt ISSUED EVlSRY MORNING. (Mnil:i excepted) J. F. HA.L.LORAN &; COMPANY. Puni.iMir.KS and ritoritn-Tonn ASTOXUAX BUILDING, CAS VTKKK Terms of Subscription. Servwl by Carrier, per e-V S5CK. Sent bv M.ill. ner month Ms. PIM ono ? ... .7.oo Frc1 or postal to .uos -ril r. Ct?AdverU-5omf-ut uiM-rtrd :!) eui at the rate of $ per square per month. Tran sient advertising fifty cent-, per square, each Insertion. AB0U5D THE CITY. Low Sunday. The QUnperis has arrived out. Well, they couldn't all be elected 3 ou know. Mrs. A. B. -Tewett has some- desirable rooms to rent. The Rescue Dramatic troupe will meat at the hall at one o'olock this after noon. "The Baptists" is the subject of Bbv. Mr. MacLafferty's lecture at the Baptist church to-night. Bead the new ad. of Ed. D. Curtis fc Co., they have a splendid stock from which to make selection. The annual meeting of the stockhold ers of the Astoria Iron works will be held on Wednesday,...

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 April 1884

w i tShc SaiUf gtfiaviim. ASTORIA, OREGON: SUNDAY AIM 1L S0.1S SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE FORT OF ASTORIA. RtAD) tUJi SEA. Merora. Am spQaeerihtown April 17 HiGhlaad Lipb' Am. p Antwerp April IS VESSELS IS THE HI VKR. ultra S.Soutaard. Amsp Mt Washington. Am sp R1 Cros. Am ap Hart oa fisuer. s.R. Mead. Am bk City of Carlisle, Br bV Alden Bee. Am bk ltata. Brbk Cbes. 'Jotesworth Br bk Uskdele. Br bk Afcemwlth Castle.Br sp VESSELS UA THE WA 1 . i'rm Foremen J'ortt. foi lb (Vtliiiittiii) Itir City of York, Br ep Glasgow April 11 Griieda'e, Brsp Liverpool. April 9 Largo Law. Brsp Hull March 13 Workman, Brbk Lirerpjol DccS Tythonus, BrbW London Doci From American PortM. Alameda. Am sp If Y Jan 15 Belle of 0:econ, Am bk i!S9 Now ork Mar I THK TABLK Vitlt ATOUIA AP1UL. UIOH WATKlc LOW WATKK. First Second. I Kirt Second. a I!' h VI. 151 2 .r9 16 3 3S 17 4 23 IS! 5 25 19 C V7 20 7 A' 21 S 41 22 y W iJ 11 0o 21 - -2 0 l"i Hi 0 0! -1 1 30 -.'8 2 07 ;.. . A. . 4 35 5 2C C'G It 12 G 16 G-3 11 5J 7 12...

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 April 1884

3K3 :V-i . r-.-" - f5."V Tji JC -? l IO OJ SJfcl?V- YOL. XX, IYO. 168. ASTORIA, OREGON, TUESDAY, APRIL 2 1881. PRICE, FIYE CENTS. " V " - -. " . nTlri i all iflntf I illSCTPr.- H iftT iflnrT Hlfilf wIJJ MB JUlll tnmgjjggmJrltV fJM il till ! A TARMER'S AVIFK. "We know unrefined, intelligent woman, living amon the green bills of Vermont, -whose life is typical of hundreds of that vicinity and scores scattered throughout the far west. She rises at five o'clock in the morn ing, chops wood, draws water, makes fires, prepares the meals for five stal wart "hired men," besides doing the family washing, ironing, scrubbing, churning, preserving, pickling, mend ing, and knitting. She beheads the chiokens, feeds the hena and calves, end is occasionally called upon to ac celerate the departure of pigs to that bourne from which no pig ever re turns. Her work is never done. She fries doughnuts at ten o'clock at night and begins life on pie the nest morn ing. Her only dissipations are prayer meetin...

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 April 1884

vTGf W ftc sPiuhi Stetoran. ASTORIA, OREGON TUESDAY... AI'ItIL 2. 1&S1 TnE United Stales $402,873,210 cash. treasurv holds j The Boston Post nails the flan of Bayard and McDonald to its mast. Tnx TJtica, New York, district will send a Conkling delegate to Chi cago. Postal oaeds cost the government fifty-fenr cents and four mills a thou sand. The president is thinking of adver tising for candidates for the Russian mission. Mexico consists of twenty-seven states, one federal district and one territory. The Mexican revolution drags. The now hands do not evidently kuow their business. The Pennsylvania Democrats want a tariff for revenue which shall en courage productive industries. The political pot has not yet fairly begun to boil, but the man with a boom keeps piling fuel on the fire. Canada had better come in and bring the fisheries with her. This should be her answer, to Lord Derby. It is the pinion of mau politi cians that the next best thing to be ing presidont is to be chosen...

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 April 1884

Tjrr jX . J-)-.-. - - t -TUT ksv- 1 V 'ST k JlaUu Stetorim ASTORIA, OREGON: TUESDAY AIT.IL as. 1841 ISSUED EVERY MORNING. .Monday excepted) J. F. HAL.LORAK & COMPANY. ruBLiiiKUs xsv ritoi'itiirroii-i. A8T0RIAX BUILDING. - - CASSSTHKKT Terms of Subscription. Ser cd lv Carrier, per et'k l.'icts. Sent by Mall, per month- cts. oncjwir .-j7.0(t Free of postage to subscriber. r3Adverttseineiit3 inserted b the ear at the rate of S2 per square per month. 1 ran Ment advertising lifty cents per square, each insertion. JOTTIXGS AROCXD TOWN. County court meets this morning. Kegnlar council meeting to-night. The Spirit of the Dawn has arrived out. A raw beefsteak is good for a black eye. The Columbia sails for San Fraucisoo to-day. Leo L Stock has bin opening of dress goods, etc., to-day. Alf . D. Bowen, editor and proprietor of the Oysterville Journal, is in the city. The City of Carlisle cleared yesterday for QueenBtown with 47,740 bushels wheat worth 45,621. There are some desirable rooms...

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 April 1884

- -arJi-rmJ- flf!?feflrt9fft" LJfc w W HaUti gteforiau. THE REPUBLICAN STATE r0TK5TI0S A-TO-UA, OIIKGO Tl'lDAY J A .Republican couventiou for the siate I I of Oregon is called to rur-et at lbs city ot ' Portland. Orccon, on Wednesday, tdie ! 1 30th day of April. lNs, at 11 o'clock i. m.. r: i !- iS4 1 ior iiit? purpo-- ot nominating csnu: NOW IS THE TIME TO CURE SKIN HUMORS. i Where the Money Will Go. "?Ti at thU sens-cn when the blood and A- rn.rji!iation are Uadul with impurities , datc-J for the following offices, to-wit: i that Ul-Czuiliiu Humor?. HnmiliatIn-Enip- SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE PORT OF ASTORIA. RJiAIH 'OH SKA. -o City of Caihrle. Kr bit Qcccn-ilumi Anil 21 'ssi:is ix rnu rivrr. Olive a.Sontharrt. Aroi-p "V'tW.-.-liinxto3. Am i HcdOro Am?. Mmlia 1 i.her. .. R MoeJ. Ktii ! ""- otoiworlU Ilr .!: "il.len Bmo Aw U. 1 !.J3o. Ir bl. Ufitfi BrLV t.-twi:tiCa-tS-.i:rip Representative in congress judge of the supreme court, the presidential electors, and district omcers lor the sev...

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. — 23 April 1884

w F" VOL. XX, NO. i(9. ASTORIA, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, APRIL J, 1881. PRICE, FIVE CENTS. a .- i 1 1 mi mii .ijwjuuu. !!. i immunrKwrw-r-i : TTTTfTs YAQI'IXA KAY. Insurauce men and vessel owners arc at present interested in that point on the Oregon coast vrliich bears the above name, as government and pri vate enterprise is struggling hero ically against natural obstacles to make that harbor a poit of commer cial importance. The steamer Ya quina is now en route from the East, and "will ply between there and this port, being a factor in :i great com mercial enterprise inaugurated some years since by a number of capital Ists interested in opening up the Wil lamette valley. They conceived the idea of building a railroad from Cor valis to Yaquina bay, and establish ing there an outlet for the products of the valley. The plan only lacked one essential- -a good harbor, and that Yaquina bay certainly was not In fact so bad was it, that no engin eer reported in favor of its improve ment, althoug...

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. — 23 April 1884

w Wt gatttj stortatt. ASTORIA, OREGON: WEDNESDAY AP RIL 23. 1S&1 Blaike seems to have the lead iu Michigan by a large majority. "The people of the North," says Gen. Grant, "are tired of the bloody shirt." India may well double her wheat export every year with labor at six teen cents a day. A Flomda paper says that "the South gets more solid for the 'old ticket' every day." The White Man's Republican party in Georgia has indorsed President Arthur's administration. Lifk is short only four letters in it Three-quarters of it is a "lie," and a half of it is an "if." Gov. Sherman of Iowa says that the prevailing sentiment among Re publicans in that state is for Blaine. The third assistaufpostmaster-gen-eral estimates' -that postal revenue will be $2,246,2 IU less this year than last. ;, It is stated, that ex-Judge and - ex Senator David Davi3 of Illinois will act with the "Republican- party this year. Out of the forty-one district dele gation appointed to the Republican nationaf conve...

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. — 23 April 1884

(?) Sht Jhuht stovian. ASTOUIA, OREGON: WEDNESDAY Yl'!tII.-.3. Is3l i r-rrr ISSUED EVERY LIORIflNG. (Monday excepted) J. F. HA.liL.ORAN iz COMPANY. i'itLimr.i:s ani ritornii.ions, V.M'OniAN'l'.UILDI.NG. - - tWs.s.Ti:i:K3 Term, of Subscription. served bv Curler, nor .c-k vls. fceut bv Mail, per mouth .... " 4f one ear -T.OO toPtS. rree or postage to sn1.3cr1i.ers. CSF-Adveitlseinents inscrtei! by the v ear at ihe rate of l jkt striate per month. Tran sient ailvorti-!ns fdt eetits per square, t-aeh insertion. 1E0CSD THE CITY A. M. Johnson has a store to rent. Jas. Vaughn goes on the police force as night -watchman. Typhus fever is as deadljjas the cholera when once in the human system. Republican county convention at the toart house at one o clock this afternoon. Mrs. A. Malcolm advertises a hatid some stock of ladies' and children's .foods. John Mvera. the Democratic congres sional nominee, vrill talk to Aslorians May 9th. The Hciry Villard, 1553, is billed to appear horo in a few da...

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. — 23 April 1884

w mt gaUtt Ssifltfrnt. ASTORIA, OREGON: "WEDNESDAY.... .AntlL-r.lRH SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE PORT OF ASTORIA. BAILED Clt of Carlisle, Br bk Quf-enitovn April 3J Rtt of Cit'iforala. w Debner.Si F April "I! THE KEPUBLICAX STATE COXTEXTIOX A IIRI VA LS FROM SKA ScntmtD, Br bk Liverpool April::! Colttabis. esS F, April K VESSELS-IS THE RIYKk: 01WeS.fionthat".Anisp MtWshini!ioo. Am sp Red Cross. Am sp -Mart ha Fjsher. . ti. B. Mead. Am bk 'bas. ;otMwortb Ur lk Alden BecfB. Am IA mmuh. w Itata, BroV Aber-itwitb CasJlP.Br op VESSELS OA THE WA i . I'nin Forole" Forth, for il Columbia Rier Cur of York. Grot-nook April 11 Grivsdalc, l"rsp Lirorpool. April 9 l-nrco Law. Ur sp Hull March 13 Tjthonus, Br bk London Decu From American Port. Aluoiwdft. Am sp N Y Jan IS Ktilc ol Oi-zti. Am bk IlCO New orfc Mar 1 TIKTA8LK POX: AVTUilTA II HI II WATKK APRIL. ! LOW wati.u. KIM Sivt'iiil. Fnr. Second. si s s: 2 P 11 t- I H I S 1 TH a .. .; .. . t ,,.! A. . V'3 11 O'f Sll - -5! 0 li 3iil 0 01 '9 li 1 27 1 1...

Publication Title: Daily Morning Astorian, The
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