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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily morning astorian. — 24 April 1884

y- -uv 0 ASTORIA, OREGON, THURSDAY, APRIL 24, ItfSi. PRICE, FIYE CENTS. VOL. XX. XO. 170. SOME CUBIOSITIES 01' GOVERNMENT. Nest to the president of tlie United States, the best paid federal official is the cleric of the supreme court. The states of Colorado, Florida, Delaware. Nevada, Oregon, Ehode Island and Vermont have less than one-half the population of Illinois, but have the same number of repre sentatives in congress tvrenty-hvo. Pennsylvania has a larger number of postoffices than any other state. Not a clerk in the pension office in Washington draws less than $1,000 a year salary; the averago for the 1173 clerks being 1,29L Even the copyists get 900 a year. These clerks have light labor and. short hours. The average sary of the railway postoffice clerks throughout the coun try is onlyS?i77 a year. The-e men work hard, at the most trying labor, and have long hours. Eighty years ago "North Carolina had as many representatives in con gress as New York. North Carolina now has n...

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. — 24 April 1884

m &hc gtottg Ibtovum. ASTOKIA, OKEGOX: Thursday. .- .AIR1L!!1.'1ES1 OREGOX. M'HITMAX J YD ITO;., STER. PkodvuIjI no point in connection with our early state hi-tory hsw been more plainly made or moie uxiiver sally accepts! than (Le statement concerning the connection of Dr. Marcus "Whitman with the "Webster Ashburton treaty. Barrows, in his work entitled '-Oregen: the Stiuggle for Posses-ion," lecently published, has apparently not succeeded in mail ing his ideas on the subject as.clear as he would wish, for in an exchange to hand last evening we find the fol lowing, over his signature: "The facts are these: The Ashburton-Web-ster treaty was signed August 9, 1842. Oregon was not referred to in it, noi in the official negotiation1; or papers, asLord Ashburton had no instruc tions or power to touch it His lim its for nesotIalious were to the Rocky Mountaius. When Whitman arrived in Washington, March 3. 1842, the treaty hal been hignod and "trans mitted to England won1 than .six mo...

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. — 24 April 1884

(V Zfo gaUg $tmm ASTORIA, OREGON: THURSDAY APRIL 24, 1581 ISSUED SVEP.Y MORNING. (Monday oocpted) ' J. F. HAL1L.ORA.N & COMPANY, PCr.LISHlUtB AND VKOPniirTOnS ASTORIAN BUILDING. - - t'ASSSTKCKT TermK of Subscription. Served by Curler, pur w eek 1 Sets. Sent by Mall, per mouth ficts. " ' ' one j car .7.oo Free of postage to subscribers. JSAlvertisemeiiLs inserted by tho ear at the rate of ?2 per square per mouth. Tran sient adertliiic fifty cent-, per square, each insertion. 40TTIXGS ABOUND TOWX. Tho Lizzie Bell ha3 arrived out. Main street is in a nice condition at its junction with Squemoqua. Our hardware stores are full of such supplies as are usuollv eraplo3od in street work. There are a treasurer, assessor, street superintendent, sexton, etc., whose sala ries would easily stand a raise. Yesterday would have been a pleasant day to do a little repairs on that sinkhole in front of Suprenant & Ferguson's shop. Nature has done a good deal for Astoria in the matter of preventi...

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. — 24 April 1884

"fv w ht ga Iwsteiatt. AST0H1A, OREGON: THURSDAY ...APBILSt.l&Sl SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE PORT OF ASTORIA. VESSELS IX THE RIVER. Ulln S.Boathard, Aasp MtWashlngMn, Am ep 8xJ Crosi. Am sp -Martha Fuher, B. R. KMd. Am Wc Cfc&u. JotworUi Br tk Alden Bne. Am Mc Kekdate. Ur bt itto, Brbk Atrtvith Cotl.ur ep 3uwoui, Br bt F ESS ELS OX T&E WAT. o Fran Fopel eh Sert. for Jfce Col an bin Klvcx Cltj of TorL. Greenock April 11 OrUdIe. Br sp Liverpool. April 9 Largo Law. Br sp Hull March IS TTt&oaoa, Br bk London Dee S Frm America Farts. Alameda, Am ipXY Jan 15 Balle of Oregon, Am bk 1169 Hew Vork iter 1 TIDE TABLE FOK ASTOHTA. high watch. LOW WATttR. APEIL. I i First. Second. 1 First. Second. v 3 I 21 2 22 3 a P g'HisiH is 1 h a h m. ,8 h. m. , JS h. m. J5 k. n. ,5 23'11 03 7-3 11 34 163 5 15 14 C 23 241 - - - - 0 03 7'G 6 19 O'S 6 14 251 0 15 88 1 05 7'C 7 It 01 0 3 1B1 0 54 9'1 IK 7 4 8 11 -04 7 54 27 1 SO 42 2 48 7'3 S G9 -0 8 8 14 23 2 07 91 3 42 71 9 44 -0 8 8 8 29 2 62 87 4 ...

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. — 30 April 1884

07 f- ASTORIA, OREGON, WEDJVESDAY, APRIL 30. 1884. PRICE, FIVE CENTS. VOL. XX, IVO. jp 55i y&jF,z' 3:--a-ggv-j: js. ---- . - AN IMPORTANT IAND DECISION. On appeal from the commissioner of the general land office, the secre tary o the interior has overruled the decision of his predecessor in the Phelp's case, allowing n pre-emptor to make a second pre-emption filing for the same tract of land. In over ruling this decision the secretary holds, (to use his own language): "I cannot concur in such a construction of the act, (pre-emption act) for it in volves the propsition that until a set tler has acquired the title under the pre-emption law, he never loses the right to file anew for the land. That if he elects, on expiration of the time fixed by law, to not buy the land, such election gives him' in the ab sence, of adverse rights, the privilege of again excluding the settlement rights of the public for another peri od of thirty-three months. When .the whole of this section Section ...

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. — 30 April 1884

ra .. 3i -ci..;,i The njo'on i W tTM dUUUt cJ PtUCWU. itialc.? e of possible presidcn- ASTOKlA,.ur.r. w;: EDSDAY-- .ArML30.lBM sjtx i.v xih tor. Is tbe recent ait-,mpi . TJxntedStaies to eC ecfc fof 1 3 1 !.- rrtl 1CH fV .' f'.' most ""7 Y - t 'onn a gociotylikothe renriir ai, a little reaiirUbSe th at womeu aru excluded an babt. Being modoled alter the, French 7 cadeinVj tliev fol. loed its lead fcrf excluded tlie fair sex Probacy no otlier reaj3onas advanced bjy the promoters of tbe scheme. Tb3 only shows the vaunted superiority of-men.- Of course, if tbe design 7"as not to gather the immor tals because of tbelr great mental powerboat tQ get .the greatest men writers, jfchen the thing is a fraud. The sex line oanno't be drawn on mind. The votes polled jvere 130; Henry Ward TSeecher got S3. His sister, Harriet Beecher Stotve, is as eminent in letters as he&brojJier. Name your forty men, and ten women their equals in niiiid end letters can also bo found. If the academy "of lette...

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. — 30 April 1884

m Vxt gjjuljj gistoriaiu ASTORIA, OREGON: nMJXt.aU.YY APRIL Sft. f ISSUED EVERY MORNING. (Monday excepted J. F. HAi.L,ORAN Sc COMPANY. x'trnusni-it and ritoi,Kii:ioRs AhTORlAN'UCILDING, - - CAhSftTKKU' Terms ofKnbcripton. gvrved by Carrlor, per week. Sont by Mail, per nioutu iVrts. lroo ol postal fr fcubvrrlfvrJC one V03T t3fTAdvertrseme!its inserted bv t!ie-nrat t ue raie 01 ' per Mjuare per moiuii. J reti cent advertUin; tlftv cents per square, acli insertion. AROUXD THE 1'ITV. Mr. Geo. yf. Hume and Mr. X. W. Tal Jant are bound in on the Slate of Califor nia. The State is due from Sen Francisco this morning, and the Oregon comes from Portland on her down trip. The salvage case of ths Queen of the Pacific hos been continued in the United States court until May 23th. We saw yesterday, for the first time, a Chinaman going out to fish salmon. He went as boat puller in one of Hume's boats. ... Columbia water works Co. yesterday had a gang of workmen preparing to lay the mains on Lafaye...

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. — 30 April 1884

(V fvgaifc tforhm. ASTORIA, OREGON: WEDNESDAY APRIL SO. 16M SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE PORT OF ASTORIA. VESSELS IX THE RIVER. Olive K.Southant. AraBpMtWAshtncton. Am sp R1 CroM Am bd Mnrtb Fisher. B. R. Mrad. Am ik Mdn He-e, Am bV ltata, Brhk Xforaemitn, Br Lh Pbaa. 'oteewfrth Br bk Kekdal.. Br bk A-er-twiih Ca.fttle.Ur fp Tythmus, Br bk Jurtilforer, Sot bk FESSELS O THt, BA. Froki Foreljru Ports, for xhv CoIumMn River City of York. GrPbDQOk April 11 Urisedfi'e, Or sp Liverpool. April U Largo Law. Br sp Hull Mnroh 13 From American Ports. AJ&mcda.'Ara epSV Jan IS Belle of Ozeeoa, Am bk UC3 New t ort Mar 1 TIDE TABLE FOB ASTORIA. APRIL. IIIOII WATTH. LOW WATKB. Flrit Second. I First. Second. v S 2 IS I 2 IS 2 S S 5 i? 5 I2F 3 if at, h a h Is I h is h a tft. I In. W. I j. In. in. ,v ft. m. 1 ,? I5, I 11 1 23'llOS '-4 - 2jI o n 261 0 51 jTi 1 20 23 2 07 2d 2 C2 06 07 0-9 T4 1-8 2-3 2"7 3-1 301 3 41a The hours betwoeu mid iUht and ueouare designated b a (a. si.), those between noon and lu...

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. — 1 May 1884

0) " ' ?jTry!!?''',p'aB' ' 'im "? i1 W.v- ASTORIA, OREGON, THURSDAY, MAY I, 1884. PRICE, FIVE CENTOS VOL. XX, NO. J 76. t i& IT'1! liVilr i illl?te Hi I&4 ii1l11l' (rtl"1tH ' feE SHIPPING KILLS. Washington", April 29. Dingley of Maine, who is engaged in a. genuine attempt to revive congressional inter est in snipping end shipping laws, succeeded recently in suspending the rules and passing. his bill establish ing a bureau of navigation in the treasury department. Thia bill, Tvhich will probably encounter no opposi tion in the senate, marks the first step toward encouraging a new mer cantile marine. Its object is to du plicate the British board of trade by consolidating the duties now per formed by three divisions of the treasury into one person to be called commissioner" of" navigation. Upon this man, who is to be appointed by the president, will devolve the duty of suggesting amendments to the present antiquated, navigation laws and carrying on a general investiga tion in 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. — 1 May 1884

w Site flaito J$foriiw. ASTORIA, OREGON: THURSDAY .....MAY 1. IBS PREVENTION OF DISEASE. The sanitary condition of cities, large and small, is attracting the at tention of not onlv the medical facul ty but civic aulLorities in every part of the civilized -world, to a greater x tent thaa -was ever kno.vn before. The epidemic diseases "which have decimated the population of some of our "own" cities in former "years have- not beenVithout their good results. The preventive remedy it tflTTbe conceded by all is of far more value than the curative. It is in the first place always less expensive, and secondly saves an immense amount -of bodily suffering to the individual. People are beginning to look at the expensiveness of dis ease. Every community is interested in this subject and -we commend the folldwing extract irom the .McUical and Surg icalReporter to our read ers: "There is pne side of preventive fciediciriothat may be urged upon, the publio with a strong ohanoe oLsecur- ing their a...

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. — 1 May 1884

CT 7fc ASTORIA, OREGON: THUnSDAY.. "ZT.MAY i. 1S3J ISSUED EVERY MORNING. (Monday excepted) J. P. KA1.LORAN & COMPANY, I'CBLISHEUS AXI PKOPKIETOKS, A8TORIAN BUILDING. - - CAHB STUCK Ti Terms of Subscription. Serves! by Carrier, per week eiit by Mall, p-r montli 4 " " onoycar Vroo of postage to Mib-rJb,M. .. ISctS. . OOctS. .-7.00 JSTVA-dvertiscincuts Inserted b tL-.arst the rate of $2 per sfjimc per month. Tran sient advertising nlty efm per square, each Insertion! AKOUXD THE TITY. There is a dispatch at tin? telegraph office for Asa Nighsvrongor. Stone & Davidson call attontion io matters of interest in tbeir now adv. A. grip sack and a roll of blankets were picked np yesterday. The owner can and them on tug BrenJiam. Attention is directed to the poetic gem contributed to onr advertising columns by A..M. Johnson fc Co., of the Astoria sail loft, The ran of salmon still continue very light. From inquiries among fishermen and a few oanneries yesterday the highest boat heard fr...

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. — 1 May 1884

Cfl !fie?$tjj Jitfwhm. ASTORIA, OREGON: i THURSDAY.. MAY 1, 1S61 SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE UORT OF ASTORIA. AILED. Orscna as. Pohlman.S F April SO A RM V A Lb FROM SKA. atate of Oa'lfnrnla, 68 Dtinir. : K April SO VESSELS IN THE RIVER. Ollvo S.Sonthftrd. Anis MtWasnlnpion, Am ej Red Cross.'Am p -Marrfca Fisher. S. B. Mead. Aia ,k Cha. 'swewortb Br 6K Alden Besse, Am ti fcssj.djle. Brbk ltita, Brbk Aberstwith Castls.Br sp Norseman, Br bfc Tjtnonus, Br bt Jors&lfarer, or ck. VESSELS OH f ITS HV1 J". - m. Frora Fore 'cm J'oitH. for 1d Columbia Blvcr City of Tort. Greenock April II Griseda'e, Br sp Liverpool. April 9 Largo Law. Br sp Hull March 13 From American 1'ort. Alameda. Am sp N Y Jan 13 Bella of Oieront Am bk 11E9 New t ort Mar 1 TIEi2 TABLE FOK ASTORIA. MAV. i HIGH WVTUK. j J.OW WATKH. First Second. First. Second. j ? ISi : S v 13 3 3 a g l.c i P a. s- is h 5 li t. JA. ..! X l' . '. w. 1 j L 1 i - l i 1 41.-117 ?i tfsrp 6;; o otp oo a r.2 s2 2 5 -IC 7r 7 28 C'l - - - - 1 04 02 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. — 2 May 1884

--fe-asr t? " V fiJ".K; '&&' " afc5&- KMC.?-- i&ttizx-t r.r-.- Sssg -jrl-JiC ".I. - JSTCJtW; r VOL. XX, NO. 177 ASTORIA, OREGON, FRIDAY, MAY 2, 1884. PRICE, FIVE CEtf!F8: i ""- -Jr J "Wif" fc 2uftrciaii SMOOTHED BY OIL. The Breaking ol Heavy Seas Vrfcnted by the lc of Oil. It ia said that oue can have too much o a good thing. So few per sons have been thus favored that one may doubt the truth of the saying. "But when the merits of the good thing are not entirely admitted, or not generally known, there is every reason 'for calling attention to them. This ia our excuse for calling the attention of ship-masters and ship owners once again to the subject of oil asa means of breaking down the combers'' of heavy seas. "When we first urged the use of oil for the pur pose we knew of only few cases where " it-had been successfully used. That it had been used, however, with good effect was a most excellent reason for furthe trials. We are glad to say that many experiments have ...

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. — 2 May 1884

PJ Sto 3iutj gtftoran. ASTOltIA, OitEGOS: FRIDAY... .. MAY 2, 16S1 CANDIDATES AND DELEGATES. Ax impression beems to be gener ally gaining ground that none of the leading candidates will secure the Bepublioan nomination for president It -would-be hard to define this feel ing, or explain- -what it ia directly based upon;- but jprevails, neverthe less, ancWhe shrewd observer does not fail tp take aecounbof it Hence, we encounter.-.of.late.. numerous in quiries fUke..the following, from the New '(frk:'&uft'; "IfArthur cannot be nonnaletr,"wb6'm"doe3 Tie'fafor? If Logan cannot be nominated; who is his.ttTVdiclatb?.,--Ajia-if Blaine can not be nominatfidj whq.sdll have his following? Tnese"5rQ "three inter esting questioris'-'ju' now", and it is not profc&fcfo that as yet more than one man lqwws-tiuj.uswer toeach." It appears-to .be assumed by. the Sun and there are many persons, we dare savtf; 'such a way of think ing thatT the failure of these fore most candidates to secure the ...

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. — 2 May 1884

' -wJ3 ' Tk ftoJljj historian. ASTORIA, OREGON: riMftAY ...MAY 2, leSl ISSUED EVERY MORNING. (Monday fxcepted) J. P. HALL.ORAN & COMPANY, VimU&HUKS AND I'KOl'KIKTOi:.-, ASTORIA!? KUILDINR, - - CASS MltllET Term of Subscription. Served by Carrier, per etk l.vts. Sent by Mali, per moiitli .. ffVlv 'c oucjv.ir .. . s7. l'roo of postaqo to HubrllHT. ESfAdvertiicnicnlt inserted 1 the jvar nt ihe rate ofc per snuare per month. Tran sient ad crtisins Any cents per jqiin each Insertion. OTES. The British, iron bark Chas. Colesuorth is chartered to load wheat for Liverpool at 42s Gd. The Weeexy Astorian, in stamped wrappers, leady for mailing, published f his morning; full of news and home hap penings; price ten cents. The Olive 'S. 'Southard which started from Portland last Wednesday, was in a bad way when the Heed pa&sed down yes ttrday morning, being hard and "fast ceBr Walker's Llaiid. The Alice went op the Willamette for lighters and the vessel'will have sufficient of her ca...

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. — 2 May 1884

PU Ifce flatttj gtftaratt. ASTORIA, OREGON: FRIDAY ......MAY 2. 1RS4 SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE I'OTIT OF ASTORIA. -" vessels ix the ri ver. -o Olire K.Southatd. Arasp MtWldnfrtin, Ara p Re1 Ctob m sp Mart he l'iher, S. R. Mead. Am hk Chan. ;otPswnrth Br bk AlAea ae. Am bk Kaldn'. Ilr hk ltata, Urnk At ej-twtib CMtlft.Br kp Norseman. Br Ms Tythons. Br bk Jorulf&ror. Nor ti: . VESSELS OX TEE WAi. Froai Forici Porte, for ilm Columbia River Citjof York. Greenock April 11 Grlsedate, llrsp Liverpool. April Largo Lfrn. Br sp Hull March 13 Prom American Port. Alamedn, Am up N V Jan IS BellPof Oreaon, Am bk 1109 New ork Mar 1 TIOE TABlVfOR ASTORIA. MAY. HIOII WATER. LOW WATKi:. First Second. I First. Second. 2 2 2 SI 2 H S H 5 I P 15 1 H 51 H 15 h in. I X h. in. M h. . . m. Jt j s . U 52p! 1 01 2C3, 3 01 3G5 4 41 Phe hours b.:wjeii iiudmlit and noon are aesigiu.u-d uy o f a. 3i tho-.e between noon and midulghi-fcv p ir. at ). OA. O0n d-nots midnight. oA. (uin. r denotes noon. The height is r...

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. — 3 May 1884

kf?- - V - 01 VOL. XX, NO. 178. ASTORIA, OREGOffATUKDAY, MAY 3, 18rtt. " " PRICE, FIVE CENTS.' ! - - . BILL ARP'S LEITEU. He Talk of the Time When Hi- F.-ther Was Po-tmau-r. The Difference Iietvct-u Then and m. Two cents only 2 cents. When 1 look at a postage stomp it carries me away back. Back to the time when my father was postmaster and I was his clerk, and had to make up the mails in a country town. The differ ence "between now and then shows the world's progress in a privilege that is hardly excelled in any other branch of improvement We couldn't bear to be set back again in that line to the old ways that our fathers thought were pretty good. There were no stamps and no envelopes, and no mucilage. The paper was folded up like a thumb-paper, and one side slipped in the other and sealed with a wafer. The little schoolboys, you know, had to use thumb-papers in their spelling lwola to keep them clean where their dirty thumbs kept the pages open. Girls didn't have to use them, for 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. — 3 May 1884

w "& fc gailij Mtoratt. ASTORIA, OREGON: SATURDAY..- ..MAY 3, lSSi BODILY LOCATION OF HAPPINESS. , HUMAN Db. B.W. KiCHAitDsox, in the Asclc piad, treating of felicity as a sani tary research, ebserves: "The center of the emotion of felicity is not in the brain. The center is in the vital nervous system, in the great ganglia of the sympathetic, lying not in the cerebro-spinal cavities, but in the cavities of the body itself, near the stomach and in tho heart "We know where the glow which indioates felic ity is felt, and our poets have ever, described it with perfect truthfulness aa in the breast It comes as fire kindling-there. No living being ever felt happy in the head; everybody who has felt felicity has felt it as from within the body. We know, again, where the depression of misery is located; --our physicians of all time have defined that, and have named the disease of misery from its local seat.'". 'The man who is miserable is a hypochondriac; his affection is seat ed under...

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. — 3 May 1884

'?&'., : PJ ASTORIA, OREGON: SATURDAY MAY 3. 1J ISSUED EVERY MORNING. (Monday excepted) J.P.ALLOBAK &: COMPANY. PUBLISHERS AND PROPRIETORS, A8TORIA.Jf BUILDING, - - CAPShTBEET Tenon of Subscription. borred by Carrier, per week 15efc bont by Mall, per mouth euett. ' onojear . Free ol postage to jsubvr'lMTs. '.W AdvertisemtnU Inserted by the year at the rate or 2 twr square per month. 1 ran slent advertising fifty cenn pr tquare, each Insertion. NEWS ABOUND TOWN. The April rainfall in Astoria was 4.50 inches. Nearly all the visiting Astorians re turned yesterday. The "Olive S. Soutfiard was still on Walker's Island bar at last accounts.J The estimated cost of tho improvement of Genevieve street aggregates S,81G.50. The-ditce starts np with the Henry Villard this morning, Captain Al. Betts, pilot. Astoria Division No. 1, Uniform Rank, K. of .P., is expected to complete its organization next Monday evening. No serious objection would bo offered if a few hundred thousand dollars ...

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. — 3 May 1884

55tIP" dl Wxt glaih stotfatt. ASTORIA, OREGON: SATURDAY .MAY 3 H4 SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE PORT OF ASTORIA. igg. n 3,11111 Y'ALS FROM SEA. Heurr Villard, Ao ep T-icom Max 3 VHSSKLS IH TUK RIVKR. .k... : O r OUve S.Southard. Amp Mt Washington, Arnsp RtA OrosM Am in Mnrt.hu Fiiher. 8. R. Mcsd. Am .k Mden Bee, Am lfc ltata, Brbk Nommaa.BrJiS Chts. ;otswc.rth Crbk Lskdale. Hr bk Aberstwith Cattle.Br tp Tj-tlionus, Br bk JaraalXarer, Kor bk V3SLS OA TEX (TA T. .F kibi ForoJeii 5rts, for ibe (Viluiubla River City of York. Greenock April 11 GriMdAle, Br sp Lirorpool. April 8 Largo. Law. Br ep Hull Mftroh IS From American Ports. Alttxaeda. Am sp N Y Jan IS Belle of Ortcon, Am bk I1C9 Xew V ork Mar 1 Mil I I IMIIH M TIDE TAKLK FOB ASTOItlA. MAY. HIQH WATEIL j LOW WATKR. First Second. First. Second. o s 1- I o - o 2 o "i. 2 s m 2 j m a K a h . s i a Pis h 5 fc. 7R. ,2 h. m. jS fc. 171. JJ A. TO. .2 , tt, &, 1 4 41a 7 91 C27p GG 0 07p 00 U 52p 3"2 2 5 46 ?' 7 24 6 -4 - - - - 1 01 0-2 3 0 M 7D...

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