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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily morning astorian. — 4 May 1884

CO I I !1 ff 1 p rfHil I il21l;&&W Mm Bj? IT WtI ibiI Bil iiil 1 1L 1 11 8k 31 I 111 I I I nWMaM Lm Wm I 1 1 I I I I I I . VOL. XX, NO. 179. ASTORIA, OREGON, SUNDAY, MAY 4, 1884. PRICE, FIVE CENTS. A GROWING MENACE. We have been introducing to the country the same relations that ex ist in Europe between capital and labor, and here as there we see with indifference the gulf widen between the-Tery rich and the Ten poor. While a greedy few roll in untold wealth ana millionaires multiply, the mass of laborers sink day by day to that low level of class servitude that makes life a misery in a mere strug gle for a wretched existence. Some night your full-stomached millionaire will be awakened by gaunt-eyed labor and bidden to come out and render up not only his ill' gotten possessions but life itself. And then the helpless creature will realize that he aided to import only a pirtof the European system. The art of accumulating unearned capital. and the subtile powers of bringing abo...

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. — 4 May 1884

2 fo gJaUg tovam. ASTORIA, OKEGO: SUNDAY MAY4. 16M DEMAGOGUES. They are generally a singular coir position of selfisbncsb, self-conceit, and self-delusion. There are silly demagogues and wicked demagogues, but they are all self-infatuated, self- j contained, and self-seeking. They: simply nee the people as stepping stones to power, as some so-called religious persons rise Christ as a con venient.'way to heaven, to be adopted when all the joys of earth have been exhausted. If the multitudes, when they are lauded, extolled and fon dled, are deceived, they need not be surprised; for though it is an ungrate ful thing to say, it is true, that they are being led by designing men as sheep to the slaughter. They who thus rise at their expense, entertain the profoundest admiration for their own abilities. Your real demagogue has confidence in his "star," believes in the singular greatness of his des tiny, and considers himself as equal to anything. Ho regards himself as many-sided feels that...

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. — 4 May 1884

03 Mt gaihj gtotm ASTORIA, OREGON: MAY . 1SSI SUNDAY IS8UBD EVERY MORNING. (Monday excoptd J. F. HAL.1.0RAN & COMPANY-, PUBLMIIEE8 AND Pl:OPltIETf)R5, AbTOBIAK BUILDING. - - CABShTKUET Terms of Subscription. Served by Carrier, por week locls. 8tmt by Mail, per month ffkHs. " " one year . .-J?7.w Free of postage to subscribers. Er Advertisements inserted by the year at the rate of S2 per square per month. Tran sient advertising" fifty cents por square, each Insertion. AEOCSD THE CITT. - "The Imperialt ZAzzie Bell and Harry Bailey have arrived out. The A. B. Field hag a full load this morning or Gray's harbor. The Field will start for Gray's Harbor to-day, weather permitting. Pacific- Lodge No. 17, K. of P., will give o grand ball on the 23d inst. Thursday evening is now the regular meeting time of the L O. G. T. Olive green seems to be the correct thing in painting exteriors this season. The spring term of Bchool begins at the Upper Astoria school house to-morrow. . The Columbia ...

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. — 4 May 1884

tf? Iftc JtoUu Sstwiim SUNDAY.. ASTORIA, OREGON: .WAY 4, 1BS1 SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE PORT OF ASTORIA. VESSELS IX TllR RIVKH. Olive R.Sonthard. Amp MtAVaahinjrwn. Am tp Re Crow Am ip Mxrtha Fibr. S. R. Mp&d. Am k Th. ;otsTtb Br bx ldo Ko-e, Am bk l.skdalr Hr bL Itata, Urnlc Atr-twub CaHtlo.UT frp Norseman Br bit Trt tan-m. rfr Wr Bnrr 'illard. Am tp Jowalfaror, .Vwr bfc BOCIETY MEETINGS. Temple Lodge, No. 7A.P.A.M. REGULAR COMMUNICATIONS & firstand third Tuesdajs In eacuXX month, at 7JJ o'clock, r. si., at the Hal InA-tona. Members of tho oidcr in good Mandingare invitt-d to attend.. liv oracr 01 inr v . .. Disfij R BearerLodgo No S5. 1. 0. 0 EGULAlt MELTING liv ery inuru;i evciiiiiK "l sirtiesC scvin o'clock, at tne jnge--.-fc' roomlnOddrellowslial", Asto- """' ria. Sojourning members of tho order li go-d standing, cordially Invited to a Ui d. By order N- G. Ocean Encampment, No. IS, I. O. O. F. OCGL'LARMrEiINGSOF OCEAN EN licainpmrnt No. IS. I. O.O.F., at the liiw m ihft O.l...

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. — 6 May 1884

en u v 11 w -flu. i ii if I ii'sa& riBi I Mi 11 hi n VOL. XX, IVO. J 80. ASTORIA, OREGON, TUESDAY, MAY 6, 1S84. PRICE, FIVE CENTS. THE ASTOKIA LAUD GRANT. Mr. George's Plea for the Corporations as Against the People 15 THH0CSE .OF fiEXfEESEMATITES. The following is the speech of Mr. George as delivered by him in the house of representatives on April 5th, 1884, on the bill to declare forfeited certain lands granted to aid in the construction of a road from Portland to Astoria and Mc- MinnTJlle: Mr. Speaeeb: While I was anxious that this bill should receive consideration, in the belief that this house would amend .ite.defects, I must say that as it stands reported, by the committee it cannot re "oeive my support. In order that this house may fully understand its defects and may amend and perfect the bill, I shall endeavor to explain the situation. Congress, by act passed fourteen years ago, gave the Oregon Central Railroad company six years in which to build, and ."-required that ...

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. — 6 May 1884

m She gang tsi3?huu ASTORIA. OREGON: TUESDAY-. IAYC. 18S4 Magnetic storin-s of groat magni tude, according' to astronon-irrs, arc now agitating the surface of die sun. The inhabitants of that luminary are probably holding conventions of some SOIL Mojfsiaxou Oapcl calls a reporter 'the intellectual mosquito." Perhaps .he is under the iin pression that the average interviewer is a fierce wretch who buzzes while he thirsts for gora The discover.' of a new. or rather a very old, necropolis in Eg pt by a Preach savant gives an additional interest to that country apart from that which it now pssesses as the the atre of Mr. Gladstone'3 curious for eign policy. Five catacombs have thus far been opened -with tho splen--did yield of 120 mummies, and 100 catacombs are, we are insured, "in sight," as the miners in Colorado and Nevada would say. They are ex pected, according to the most scien tific calculation, to contain 6,000 de scendants of the Pharaohs, which is a regular bonanza. Au enthusi...

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. — 6 May 1884

p) g. $ I eyt 7utk IAmSiv O -J O r .,. . , .. - ASTORIA, OREGON: VAYB i MA1 ' TUESDAY. ISSUED EVERY MOKNTNG. (Monday excepted) J. F. HA1.1OBAN & COMPANY, PUBLISUET13 AND PltOFKIKTOKd, AHTORIAN CUILOING, - - CASSJiTKECT Terms of 8nJw;rlitIon. Served by Carrier, per week 13cts. Sent by MaII. per mouth GQcta. one year ... 7.oo Free of postage to subvrilK'rs. 1ST" Advertisements inserted by the e:ir at the rate of $2 per quare per month. Tran sient advertising fifty cents per square, each insertion. FROM Ol'B NOTE BOOK. The Canby life crew were paid oft and discharged tor the season last Thursday. Miss It. L. Allen, formerly of Upper Astoria in teaching school in Tempe, Arizona. The Olice S. SouUiard cleared for Queenstown yesterday with $49,372 worth of whMt. Homer Hathaway, of the Arm of E. D. Curtis & Co., is in the city to make his permanent residence here. 'In the police court yesterday Messrs. "SulIiTan, Wilson and Burke were charged $5 each for drunkenness. The Ladles' Ai...

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. — 6 May 1884

m y ASTORIaT OREGON: TUESDAY 1. .MAYG, 1SI SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE PORT OK ASTORIA. MiAlf rOU iKA. Olive S.Houthard. Am p Quecmtomi Mij 5 VKSijL IS in a ujyj-.k. Ited Cro Am p 8. R. Mad. Aa lit Alden Ucsi-e, Am bk itata, BrSk Jorsenan. Br bk EesiT Vlllard, An sp MtWaliiiEtin, Am ?p Martbn fihT. Cb&' ,ote?.rtu Erbk LsVdale. Br bk Aoer-twlih Caitle.Br sp Tytboxmi, Brbk Jorulfarer, Sort): picsshls ua ?w- .iy f'ri jporoly-u Xvrts. ir lli ('olnutL-in Itlver Olty ot York. Groenoek April 11 Grlsedale, Brsp Liverpool. April 9 Imo Let. Br :p Hull Kirch 13 From American Ports. Aluacda. Am sp N Y Jan IS Belle of Orczon, Am bk I IB New V ork Mar 1 TlliR TABLE POB ASTOEIA. MAY. HIGH WATICH. i LOW VATKK. ! Flrt Second. I FIrsU Second. o ' a j - I o I - 13 S s . Tc S m S m a if i G 1 1 I i- - G - ci i . i . i -- r -, JA. im. jt !'.. . S '. in. jt j. im. .o I I I I 3-2 02 03 0'C 03 ti9 10 l'l 13 va 1-7 20 The hours between mid dnt and noon are designated by a (a. si.), those between noou and inii...

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. — 8 May 1884

n-i W k. ". & --s ASTORIA, OREGON, THURSDAY, MAY 8, 1884. PRICE, FIVE CENTS. VOL. XX, NO. JS2. MS & .m . TtrivjcySMKKStBtFS!BK9t' ryr UP AND DOWN IN NORWAY. A Norwegian ion was a novelty to me. That at Trondhjein boro a French name, Hotel d'Augleterrp, and was serupulouslj' neat, quiet and economi cal June flowers bloomed in the parlor, and a piano of peculiar sweet ness and power fnnuBhed me much enjoyment. On arrival your name is written on a large blackboard, ruled for thirty six names, and placed in thelower halL Meals are furnished when ordered. An excellent break fast, including delicious boiled and roaaied salmon and other toothsome adjuncts, was furnished for forty cents. Two days' lodging and at tendance were SL23. On leaving, I was driven alone, in stylo in an open barouche, to the railway station, with a driver in showy livery. For his top boots and gold lace I fancied a good fee would be exacted; but the whole thing cost fifteen cents and no more. The garden were...

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. — 8 May 1884

IV Ti attg storiau. 2L ASTORIA, OREGON: , THUIttDAY !..MAY 8, lfiSl ENORMOUS PATENT FIQURES. 1.B.LT tiiere are a good many ways of doing.tbe same tlnug is inado very apparent by u littlo investigation of the list of.patonta granted by tho gov ernment since its organization. The total number of patents grout ed tluriug that period aggregates nearly 300,090. Of these exclusive privileges 10,201 were for metal-work ing machines of various kinds. The people who de3ire to keep warm can take their choice of 8,233 stoves and furnaces. There have been 6,505 pat ents relating to railway cars and '3,001 improvements to the railways themselves. The boots and shoes we wear have 'given occasion for 5,000 patents; the evolution of the modern plow has requited C.68G exclusive rights ' and tthe modern harvester 6,603; 5,111 alleged improvements have been made in steam engines and 5,25i in lamps and gas fixtures, which probably explains to a great extent why gas bills are so high. The ladies can tak...

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. — 8 May 1884

en She Saint Stetorian. ASTOKIA, OREGON: THURSDAY. MAY b. ISSUED EVERY MORNING. (Monday exctpted J. F. HALiIjORAN & COMPANY, publisher and viiorm irons A.STOKIAX BUILDING, - - CAS. hTItJIK T Terms of SnWrl ptloa. Served by Ciirrior, per reck i "t-;s. Sent by Stall. per mouth Wets. " r one j car ..-si.w Free of postao to uutocribei -. "Advertisements inserted b tin arat the rate of S per squat C per month. Tran sient advcrtl-.h)K llftv cvnts per square, each Insertion. BETWEEX FIRST AMI SECOND RISKS. Begins to look like business. A "dollar store" is the latest idea in the matter of merchandising. The I. O. Q. T. will hereafter meet on Monday instead of Thursday evening. Messrs. Lotan and Ferguson are in the city, inspecting steamboat boilers, etc. Now that election Is coming on remem bor that Dr. Henley'i Dandelion tonic will brace you up. The Sunset Telephone ooinpauy are stringing additional poles and wiro3 along tho roadway to upper town. J. Hess advertises boat Bails, etc., 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. — 8 May 1884

CJ "lite 'Jtottu Sor&m. SOCIETY 5IKET1XGS. ASTORIA, OREGON: tiiursday MAY 8. 1864 SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE . J PORT OF ASTORIA. Temple Lodge, No. 7A.F.A.M. REGULAR COMMUNICATIONS first and third Tuesda5 In eacuVV mouth, at 7H o'clock, r. I." at the' nan in AMona. .Mcmoers oi me oraer ia good standing are invited to attend. y oraer on no W. M. READY FUR SEA. Olive H.Hputh&nl. Am p Qucenttonn May VESSELS IN THE RIVER. 0 lied CroM. Am an 8. R. Mead. Am M. . Aides Besse, Am blc t lt&ta, Brbk Xortexn&n. Br bk . Henry Ylllard, Am sp MtWaMilncton. Am sp Manila Flher, Cbas. 'vOUworta Br be Eskdale. Br bk , Aberetwitfi Oastle.Br sp Tyttionus. Br bk JorsalJorer. Kor bk VESSELS OA THE W-i rV front Foreleu Ports. Tor the m . C'olBmbta Ulrtt ybltj of York. Oreenook April 11 -.Grieedalo, Br up Liverpool. April -Largo Lair. Br sp Hull March 13 f From American Forte. AlamoJa. Am spKY J&s IS Ballo of Orezon, Am bk 1 1C9 New V ork Mar I TIIF. TABLE FOB ASTORIA. IIIOH 'WATER- LOW -WAT...

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. — 9 May 1884

0) t -,,,'- VOL. XXI, NO. 28. ASTORIA, OREGON, FRIDAY, MAY 9, 1384. PRICE, FIVE CEN!TS. CONGRESSIONAL. IIOUSI. Washixotox, May 7. Ksssuu closed the debate in oppo 3ition to the tariff bill in a severe ar raignment of its provisions, which he declared to be impossible of adminis tration. He challenged the tariffs of the "world to present provisions of the enormity and confusion approaching thow of the pending measure. He asserted that it would require a spe cial catechism to answer the ques tions "which must be asked before any goods "were imported, and predicted that if the bill "were enacted into a law before a year every importing merchant "would be clamoring to eon-gress-to restore the old rate3 of duty. The Jrillvwould pour into the lap of l&fippejone-ufth of the duties -which menr flowed into the treasury -of the United States without exacting an equivalent from anv of the countries of Europe. To call that statesman ship "was to nullify Blackburn's speech. He detailed the b...

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. — 9 May 1884

m t gaUjt gfovfem. ASTOKIA, OREGON: FKIUAY- .T..MAY i. IBM ViLiiitDS Madison avenue palace has been bought by Mibb Aver, a daughter of the Lowell pill innu. Nova Scotia has followed the ex ample of Ontario and enacted a law giving municipal suffrage to unmar ried women and widows on the same terms as men. The question of jthe eligibility. of national bank directors for Presiden tial electors has-been raised, some lawyers contending that a national bank directorship is "an office of trust under the United States." Some members of the house com mittee on public lands, it seems, favor giving a quarter section or so of the national domain to every survivor of the late-war. . A bill embodying this notion is under vray. It is evidently designed, like the original arrears of pensions act, for a bait to catch the 4 soldier vote." There appears to be no pressing neoessity for its passage. Anv citizen, whether ex-soldier or not, can already get a homestead on the easy condition that he live u...

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. — 9 May 1884

W ASTORIA, OREGON: FRIDAY .?. MAY P. 181 ISSUED EVERY MORNING. (Monday excepted! J. F. HA1A.ORA.N & COMPANY, publishers ad i,i:oj'nnrroit-, A5T0IUAX BUILDING, - - CASSSTRCKT Terms of Subscription. Served by Carrier, per week aat by Mall, per month .. " ' one year 5 Free of. postage to subscribers. l.'v.-ts. wx-ts. .00 "Advertisements inserted by the yrar at Ifce rate of S'J per square per mouth. Tran sient advertising lllty cents per square, each Insertion. LOCAL AXI OTHERWISE. The Rowland Hill has arrived out. Keaerved seats for the ladies at the Democratic meeting to-night. TheY.M. C. A. have their monthly business meeting to-night at 8 o'clock. V. E. M. Gutmann, special corrcspoud ont Melbourne, Australia, Bulletin, is in the oity. Chaplain Scott, of Geo. A. Thomas Post will deliver the oration on Memorial day in this city. The Columbia leaves for San Francisco at nine o'clock this morning. The Ore gon arrived in at 1 p. m., yesterday. Seaside Lodge A. O. U. V., are daily mak...

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. — 9 May 1884

j toJaUit $taratt. ASTORIA, OREGON: FRIDAY, .MAY D. 1BS4 SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE w . TORT OF ASTORIA. A lltll VALS FROM SKA. Ufcnn bs. I'ohlsnanrS F May b llKADY FOR SEA. Ollre S.Seu third. Aia i QaocnUovin Mny 5 MUSSELS IX THE RIVVR. CL Kcd Orosi. Ain ap tj. iU Mead. Am fct Aides Besse, Am tik ltata, Brbk ."Vorscman. Br bk Hcnn Villard, Am sp MtWAttbiDRtoa. Am up Martha fls&er. Chas. Jotsworin Er tic Lalvdale. Brbt, Aberatwltli Casue.Br p Tythonus. Br bt Joisalfaror. Nor bt V8SSKLS O TUX WA I. o from Foreign Prtp for 1bo ColuniUia Klver Cit"of Vork.Uretaock April 11 Gnsedale. flr sp Liverpool. April 1 Kirkwond. Br p 1279 Sydney Mar 27 Lareo 1w. Br p Uull March 13 From American Port. Al&msJa. Am sp If V Jn 13 Belle of OraeoD.Aiabk 1169 Sevr York Mar 1 C S BcKcnt, Am ep 1900 Philadelphia April W ' TIJK TABLE 1FOK ASTO"RTA. MAY. -- j HIOII MA rr.lt. LOW WATF.E. . I " First. Second. First. Second. .P 5 F a h lain la i i rn f "r .72. ,r . III. .2 l. TO. I X h. JJI. I .5 . UKafT-O ...

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. — 10 May 1884

. - ----- i j VOL. XXI, TO. 29. ASTORIA, OREGOIS, SATURDAY, MAY JO, 1884. PRICE, FIVE CENTS,. COMMEXTS OF TOE NEW YOBK PBEW. The New York Sun is wildly jubi lant over the defeat of Morrison's bilL It says: "There will be ample time and opportunity to reform the tariff a year hence, when we know more about its -practical bearing on the great interests of the country. In the mean time let ns proceed to busi ness." TheJEferaZd says: "The democrats must bear the full results of this de feat There is nothing in it that can be made into victory." The World joyously exclames: "Now for work. The defeat of the Morrison bill in the house ought to cause a better feeling on the part of Morrison and. his friends. The large democratic vote that was against the result is no evidence that the demo crat&xparty. is not in accord in its de sirefor revenue reform and tax re duction. 'There is only a difference in its views regarding the time to en ter upon this work. When the re publican party has ...

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. — 10 May 1884

--- m She JlaUu astormw. ASTORIA, OREGON: FRIDAY. 51 Y. 10 1!&1 THOUSANDS OF YAljDS OF GOLD LACE. The addition of fourteen thousand yads of English gold laco to the present brilliancy and efficiency of the American army, as per recent order of the Quartermaster's Depart ment, is an item that appears to call for more than a passing record. The army has always been handsome, to say the least, and -the addition of so much brand-new ornamentation can hardly fail of increasing its beauty. "What .the effect of it -will be on future contests with the red man remains to be seen. At the first blush one is inolinedxto question why fourteen thousand yards of gold lace should be ordered from England. It is an expensive article of manufacture, evidently has a good deal of profit in it, and the marvel is that our homo industries have not been encouraged and pro tected enough to manufacture tho article for ourselves. Besides, gold lace is used in all nations of the world, and it is a thing we ...

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. — 10 May 1884

m kt gaifoj gtarhm. ASTORIA, OREGON FRIDAY MAY. 10 1J ISSUED SVEBY MORNING. (Monday excepted) J. F. HALL-ORAN &; COMPANY. PUBL.ISUKES AND TKOritlKTOlW, A6TO RUN BUILDS G. - - UAShSTRJXT Terms of Subscription. Sorved by Carrier, pfr week Sent by Mail, per mouth .. " ,r " one 5 ear -...... l.VK COcts. J.0 tree or postage :o suuscnocw. Advertisements inserted $y the yer at the rate of '2 per square per mouth. Tran sient advertising lifty cents per square, each Insertion. ABOU.ND THE CITT. Eeflerrcd sents for "Engaged" at tbo New York Novelty store. A dollar in ten separate coins, no one of them dimes, can be seen at liie post office. LI. C. Crosby announces himself bb an. independent candidate for county treas urer. . Saving honest printers' wage by run ning cast matter trill never pay o'ff that mortgage. Curtis' says that a man who ij justice of the peace should have some knowledge of law. That lets him out. The word mortgage is very suggestive. "Mort" means death, and "gage" mean...

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. — 10 May 1884

tfj t ' - Wt gaiUt m ASTORIA, OREGON: FRIDAY.. ,....MAY, 10 1664 SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE PORT OF ASTORIA. READY FOR SEA. Ohvn aouthard.Am sp Queen 'toff n Mej j VESSELS IX TUE RIVER. KtidCrosa.Aaisj; H.R.Mel.Ara bk Alden Uee, Am bl ltata.Brbk Horseman. Br Dfc Henry VllUtd, Am sp MlWavhingion, Am ep Martha risner. Chas. 'Joteswurtu Br bk Kakdale. Br bU Abenrtwith Castle.Br ?P Tythonu9, Br bk Joraalfarer, Worbfc. VESSELS Oil THE WA T. o i'ruBs Foreijri l'ortn. lor tin Columbia Kirer Ojty of York, Greenock April 11 Grlsedale. Br 6p Liverpool. April Ktrkwocd, Brsp 12;9 Sydney Mm 21 Largo Law. Br ep Hull March 13 From American Ports. Alameda. Am sp K Y Jan 15 Rallo of Orecon. Am bk 1169 Now ork Mar 1 C S Bement. Am sp WO Philadelphia April a T11K TABLE FOB ASTOKIA. MAY. IIIOH WATF.Ii. 1 LOW WATKK. " First. Secoud. I First. Second. 2 ill I I I ill 1 I a" I P lal h a h 11 t s Tl A 71. . M. . 7i. OT. jjCSS. ro ri is 1-7 20 02 2-3 2 1!31 X W 35S 4 M 2J 29 0 5 0 5'J he hours between tniduluht a...

Publication Title: Daily Morning Astorian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
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