ELEPHIND.COM search the world's historical newspaper archives
From:  To: 
click here to view elephind tips
Elephind Tips
To find items containing all the words:
John Quincy Adams
Simply type the words:
John Quincy Adams
To find items containing the exact phrase:
John Quincy Adams
Put the phrase in quotes:
"John Quincy Adams"
To find either of the words:
president, congressman
Type OR between the words:
president OR congressman
For more tips take a look at the search tips page.
bubble pointer to elephind tips
click here to subscribe our mailing list
Search limited to
Clear all
Title: Daily Astorian, The Delete search filter
Elephind.com contains 4,273 items from Daily Astorian, The, samples of which are listed below. All items from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire collection of 2,949 newspaper titles in Elephind.com.
4,273 results
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 11 January 1879

( -n - Jg -W iibot ' WJP C JKtfOIE Vol. via. Astoria, Oregon, Saturday Mopjog, January, 11, 1879. No. 9, i Telegraphic News. special Dispatches to The Dally Astorian 11 AIL CARRIER CASEY LOST IN A MONTANA SNOW STORM. XIXE DATS WITHOUT POOD OR DRINK. REMARKABLE CASE OF ENDUR ANCE. A BLAINE AND CONKL1&- PRE- DCTON CONCERNING GRANT. WnO ARE THOSE SHREWD POLI TICIANS? EXPLOSION IN A PENNSYLVA NIA COAL MINE. SEVERAL MEN SUPPOSED TO HAVE BEEN KILLED, PA1IILY PROVEN TO DEATH IN TEXAS. ANK PRESIDENT KEED SCONDED. AB- REWARD OF $1,000 OFFERED FOR HIS CAPTURE. DOINGS OF THE CONNECTICUT ASSEMBLY. GOV. ANDREWS INSTALLED AS, GOVERNOR. WASHINGTON NEWS. Helena, Montana, Jan 9. 0$ fTiOjTfVi nf APomliPr .mail dliVgSl Casey left Sun rive? In a mail cart for Fort Benton. !pt reaching twenty eight mile Spring station, half way to Benton, and a blinding snow storm prevailing at the tiue, it was supposed that he was lost. Search was made, iid on the 5th inst. Casey was found, seated in the cart, whic...

Publication Title: Daily Astorian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 11 January 1879

- g -J" --v'. 0) ScAiBttEGON: 'i. clKEIix;.v:.v:.v. !Elrior. ATURD&::::::::!.TA2fUAitY 11, 1879 SIiere-Ali and Yakoob. If the 'events which are now " transpiring irh Afghanistan are ib be regarded as real and genuine history, Shere AH is not entitled to rank high, either as a diplomat or a soldier. He brought on the conflict with the British, but ap ' pears to have made no defense of his territory worthy of the name. The force of the Khyber pass was little better than a skirmish. No. attempt whatever was made to block any of the other passes. Shere Aii himself, without striking a blow, is said to be in flight. Jt is certain that he has abandoned Cabul, and that the son Yckoob, whom he detests, is in power there. There is not one of our indian chiefs who could not make a bet ter stand than the 'Ameer "of a hardy and warlike race number ing six or seven millions.' The campaign of the Modocs in the lava beds was brilliant and auda cious in comparison with the fee ble resistance in ...

Publication Title: Daily Astorian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 11 January 1879

J SEa m gto giXjj gtoimx, ASTORIA OREGON ISSUED EVERY MORNING, (Monday Excepted', R. C. IRELAND : : It'B LISIIER. J dorian Building Caus Street. Torms of Subscription : Mrrnrt bv Carrier, nor trook .25 Cents "Sent by mail, four months.. S3 00 a 00 "Stint ly mail, cno year. free of Postage to Subscribers. trsr A di'crttsomQr.ts insert! by tlioyear at "ftho rate of Si 50 per square ier month. Transient advertising, by the day or ivook, fifty cents per square for each i:aertion. THE CITY. Z3Tlic Daily astokian viU he sent by ' uutil at T." cents a month, free of iostagc. Read ? 7rw contemplate absence frm the citv can hai-'' The AzTOiixxs'folloH' them. Datlv w Wbkkly editions toanntff-t-ocewitlv-ottt additional expense. AtUlrcsacs man he cnanutd as often as desired. Leare orders at ' t?i countiim room. The Astoria "brass band now prac tice daily. Pilot Grockeris off cnty, and is "confined to his house with sickness. The rains descended somewhere in the vicinity of barrels-full to the m...

Publication Title: Daily Astorian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 11 January 1879

w $ g&fc &il QsASX&OL COMSLERCIAL AND SHIPPING. COMMERCIAL AND SHIPPING. MAUD GU A ASTORIA. OREGON CSLD& 03AEBE EOR ASTORIA. jpronvtatotes of. United States Coast Sun'ey. Hich Water. Date. A. M. P. m. Low Water. . M. p. v. 11 12 in 14 1.1 16 17 IS .. Ill 20 . .1 OK... . 3 37."... . 4 08..... . 4 47..... . 5 38..... . 6 37.... . 7 55. ... . 8 43.... . 9 50.... .lOfi.... ... 2 351. ... 3 If) I. . , 4 181. ... C 221. ... fi 33!. ....7 491. .- 9 OSl. ...10 27 1. ...11 411. .9 01.. . 9 42.. .10 "20.. .11 10.. . 0 15.. . 1 24.. . 2 3K. . 3 43.. . 4 51.. y 42 10 07 10 33 il 17 0 21 1 34 2 51 4 08 5 24 G30 jTORT OP ASTORIA. CUKARAXCES AA'D DEPARTURES. HAILED. Orient, brig 312 tons. Will ia-tas, S. F. Jan 8 Great Republic i43S00 tons Carroll S F. Jan 3 Geo. W. Elder 17U9" tons Bolles. S. K Jan 3 California, strr K74 tons. Thorn. Sitka Jan 3 ARRIVALS FROM SKA. Orocon ss22.W tons Connor S F Jan 6 Webfoot. bkt. 3R2 tons. Levins, S. F. Jan 4 Isle of Enn, Br bk, 912 tons, Edwards,...

Publication Title: Daily Astorian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 12 January 1879

cu mm Vol. viii. Astoria,, Oregon, Sunday Moaning,. January 12',. 1879. No. 10. ii It Telegraphic News. Special Dispatches to The Dally Asioriaji RAILROAD SMASH UP- IN AR KANSAS. BAGGAGE RASTER KILLED AND EXPRESSMAN FATALLY INJURED. CARDIFF STEAMSHIP IN A STORM. HEAVY SNOW STORM IN; SOUTHERN OHIO. THE WORST STORM EXPERT ENCED IN TWENTY YEARS. RAILROAD TRAINS DELAYED BY SNOW DRIFTS. SNOW SIXTEEN INCHES DEEP-- DRIFTS OF FIVE FEET DEPTH LOSS OF STOCK ANTICIPATED. THE SUCKER STATE ASSEMBLY. THE SUCKER GOVERNOR OjN RESUMPTION. GIVE USA REST. Little Rock, Jan. 10. A passen ger train on the Iron Mountain railyo&d was ditched ji ear Kensftt last ni"hfc. Crawford, baggage, inaster, was killed and expressman Brown is supposed to be mortally injured. New York, Jan. 10. The steamer Rhiamendela, which arrived to-day from Cardiff, reports heavy gales during the entire passage. On the 7th of December her port bulworks and stanchions were carried away, hatches and saloon skylight stove, and eve...

Publication Title: Daily Astorian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 12 January 1879

W &STORIA. OREGON: ft.'c. IBELAlfB ---.Erfitor. SUNDAY JAXUAKY 12, 1879 Pursing Deliberative Bodies. The point has been raised that a deliberative assembly cannot ex pel any of its members for offenses 'committed before election. The 'point is not well taken. Ever' 'deliberative assembly is a judge of the qualifications arid fitness of its 'own members. The more recent case in. point, and a very striking one, too, is that of a recent mem ber of the Ohio legislature. "We 'do not recall his name. But at the last session of that body it was rumored that one df the members had been convicted of felony, and been imprisoned therefor in an other state. A committee was "raised to inquire into the matteV. The facts were well established. The offense had not been coiiimit ted in Ohio, nor had it been com mitted since the member had been elected to the legislature. But that body expelled the member on the sole ground that he was a scandulous and unfit person to be xt member. The legislatur...

Publication Title: Daily Astorian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 12 January 1879

C3 glx.c iJg Qstoxteca. ASTORIA OREGON ISSUED EVERY MOBBING, (Monday Excepted). C. IRELUiD : : Pl'BHSHER. Adorian Building, Cans Street. D. terms of Subscriptien: terved by Carrier, per week 25 tent "Sent by mail, four months S3 00 Sent by mail, cno year 'J 00 Froo of Postage to .uwcribors. oT Advertisements inserted by the year at. "the rate of SI ."it) por square jvr month. : Transient advertising, by the day or week, -fifty cents por square for ouch insertion. THE CITY. t3927icDAiE.Y AstokiaN tr ill he fait by tnttil at, " cent a month, free of potnuc Head er who ctKlcmplatcabcncc from the city can in re Tub Astoria.: follow tticsn. Daiia" Weekly cdiLionxio ami pot-itficcwilh-otit additional expense. Address man be auinucd ox often as desired. Leave orders at the anuilina room. - -House-flies and mosquitoes were -Gcen flying about in places at Astoria ."yesterday. The Nehalem valley mail carrier "reports six inches of snow on the Fish liawk mountains. The weather at Astoria yeste...

Publication Title: Daily Astorian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 12 January 1879

!(. tJs & -v - jm . igy 3$e ailjj gustacfcm. COMMERCIAL AND SHIPPING.. COaLMERCIAL AND SHIPPING. MAM GbEABANCE 8AL1 The Only Straight Line ta ILWACa milE RELLVBLE SXE.Uf-TUG Oregon Steamship Cempany Portland to San Francisco. AT THE ASTORIA OREGON ariHrr.H.1Ki:a TIDE TABSE POR A5T0RIA. mm " mm 'i 1 pi. H From tables of. United States Const Survey. Hich Water. Low W atcr. Date A.M. P.M. . M. P. M. 11 V2 U 34 1.7...... 10 3 IK 10 20; . 3 01.... . 3 37.... . 4 OS..... . 4 47...., . 5 38...., . (5 37.... . 7 5i. ... . 8 43.... . 9 oO.... .10 48.. ... 2 351. ... 3 101. . . 4 181. ... C 221. ... R 33'. ... 1 401. ... 9 OS!. ...10 27.. ...11 411. . 01... . 0 42... .10 20... .11 10... '. 6 vC . 1 24... . 2 31... ! 42 10 U7 10 : 11 17 ..... 0 21 ..... I 34 ..... 2 51 4 08 3 43 5 24 4 51 C-30 j?ORT OF ASTORIA. CZEARAA'CES AND DEPARTURES. SAILKI).. Orient, brig 312 tons. Williams;.?. T. Jhn 8 Great Republic bs. 3S00 tons. Carroll S F. Jan 3 Meo. W. Elder 17o9 tons BoPe. S. F Jan 3 Californ...

Publication Title: Daily Astorian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 14 January 1879

J ,PJvJrwlr Astoria, Oregon, Tuesday Morning, January M, 187ft. No. 11. Yol. viii. ip I' !' I ' "" Telegraphic- News.. Dispatches Boiled. Iotvn lorlan. for The As- SALT- KIVEB INDIAN RESERVATION. SITTING BULL PROPOSES PEACE. CROOKED DISTILLERS AH-RESTED. HENEGADE CIIEYENNES BK COME GOOD INDIANS. Foreign News. Boiled Down for The Astorlnn.. COMMUNISTS TO BE PARDONED KILLING OFF DEBATE IN. THE REICHSSAG. THE POPES ENCYCLICAL LETTER. WHY THE AMEER WENT TO RUSSIA. Astronomical Events in 1879. of Interest Washington, Jan. 11. The presi dent lias issued an order setting apart lands on Salt river, Arizona, as a reservation for the Pimas and Marico pais. Yankton, Jan. 11. A special from the Cheyenne river aqency says that two runers from Sitting Bull's camp have just arrived. They say that they are willing to come in and sur render their horses and arms and sub mit to agency rules if they are guar anteed protection by the government and the traders. Washington, Jan. 11. Eight stills have be...

Publication Title: Daily Astorian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 14 January 1879

m "! nfc fi8 P& all 'stacfcak TbS&kORtfGOH: to. O. WElASfib .-: .-.-..Editor. 'T UESD A Y .-. . .-. .-.-. . .Taxuaiut 14, 1879 Obstructions to Commerce. According to the report recent ly communicated to congress by 'the department of state, the fees collected by -consular 'officers of the United States for the year ended Dec. 188, aggregate $69, 755 63. Mr. Evafts, like his 'pre decessor, hosts fdr these returns :and others that have preceded them, that the consular system is more than self-supporting, and contends that the'consular salaries, for that reason, ought to be in- creased. -These fees prove that 'more money is collected'from legi timate commerce than it can afford to pay "for the transaction of busi ness. Every American, shipmas ter who enters a foreign port com plains of the exactions levied br lhisown government abroad, which often exceed the 'local por t enter ing and changes. Wherever he 'goes, a tax confronts him, which must be paid before getting a clearance...

Publication Title: Daily Astorian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 14 January 1879

V " 33 & ailjj Qstexiwa, ASTORIA OREGON ISSUED EVERY MORNING, (Monday Excepted), ' D. C. IRELAND : : ptBHSHEJ .iafrrwm Building, Cass Street. terms of Subscription : fcerved by Carrier, per week -ft? Cents' cnt by mail, four months ..S3 00 Sent by mail, cno year 9 00- Free of Postage to Subscribers. f&T Advertisements msertod by the year at, 'the rato of SI 30 per square per month. t Transient advertising, by the day or week, fty cents per square for each insertion. THE CITS. XgT"Thc Daily astohuax icUVIk sent by mail alio ccnU a month, free of jmiGvc Rcad-t ars who contemplate absence from the citu can have Tub Asteria: follows 'tfirm,l)AiLY or Wekkia editions to any pirl-offlcc with oat aldit tonal expense, Addresses may bct cnamjtd as often as desired. Lcatc 01 dors at the counting room. You can buy a binnacle for $15 00 rA Capt. J. H. D. -Gray. The weather was considerable colder at tins point last evening. The clouds were scudding 'south ward from all quarters last 'lii...

Publication Title: Daily Astorian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 14 January 1879

C4J pS VTil2J SiXH&Wk COIMMERCIAB. AND SHIPPING.. COMMERCIAL AND SHIPPING. ASTORIA - OREGON TH3E TABLE FOR ASTORIA. Fronrtables of United States Coast Survey. High Water. Low Water. Dhto. A. M. P.M. A.M. P. M. 11 .. 3 01 2 C5I 9 01 9 42 12 3 37 3 191 9 42 10 07 13 .- 4 08 4 181 ..10'20 10 33 14 4 47 .. G 221 ....11 10; 11 17 15 5 38 0 33! 0 21 10 6 37 7 491 0 15 1 34 17 7 f5 9 0S .... U24 2 51 IS 8 43 1027 2 31 4 OS 19 950 11 411 3 43 5 24 20 inMB - .1 4-51 G 30 PORT OF ASTORIA. CZRA'RAyCKS A AD DEPARTURES. CLEARED. Wcbf6af,bkt.3G2'tons. Lewis, S. F. Jan 13 SAILED. Orient, brijr 312 tons. Williams. S. F. Jan 8 Great Republic 8S.JS00 tons. Carrojl S F, Jan 3" Goo. W. filder 17u9 tons Bolles. S. F Jan 3 California, str. fiTi tons. Thorn. Sitka Jan 2 ARRIVALS FROM SKA. Allegiance. Br. sh. fm Java, Jamil. OroRon ss2250 tons Connor S F Jan 6 Isle of Enn.Br bk. 9)2 tons, ETdwards. 65 days fm Dunnedin, Dee. 25. Alpha, sch. 28 tons. Roan, Tillamook, Dec 22 Lutterworth Br bk Dec 22 Sabri...

Publication Title: Daily Astorian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 15 January 1879

0) fr mm Astoria, Oregon, "Wednesday Morning, January 15, 1879. Vol. Tin. No. 12. 4S i r .m i Telegraphic Ncavs. iHpatche Boiled Down tenia. for The As- THE INDIAN OUTBKBAK AT FORT ROBINSON PRE FACE TO YESTERDAYS NEWS. HIGH WATER IN THE JA3IES RIVER ON ACCOUNT OP HEAVY RAINS AND ICE. BARGES SUNK IN WEST VIR GINIA RIVERS. MOVEMENT OF THE ICE IN THE OHIO RIVER. FIRE IN CINCINNATI-BUILD- ING DEMOLISHED BY FALLING WALLS Trot, Jan- 10. The Troy Manu facturing company's mills, at Cohoes, burned this morning. Loss, 30,000; insured. The wildest excitement pre vailed among employes, and many es caped by jumping from windows, and a number were injured. The fire will cause a complete suspension, of work for weeks, which, will euiaU great hardship on 250 employes. Galveston, Jan. 50. A fire has broken out in the bark Charles W.. Cochrane, laden with cotton for Havre The vessel belongs to Boston. New York, Jan. 10. Madame An derson is completing the quarter miles with promptness, and no doubt is...

Publication Title: Daily Astorian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 15 January 1879

w glte '$nl$ Jstocftn. ASTORIAJOREGON: te. C. IBELAXD Ertiior. WEDNESDAY Jaxuaiiy 15, 1879 Charles Y. Angell, the Pull man palace car company's default ing secretary, is now on his -way to this country, in custody of the company's agent. It lias 'been learned that he sailed from New York city on a steamer for Bremen, but went ashore at Southampton. There he obtaiiied a passport as a British subject under he name of Seymour. Thence he sailed for Rio de Janeiro, where he remained for several weeks. lie was very nervous and restless while there, and changed his hotel a number of times. At last he said that the climate did not agree with him, and that he should return to England. He took passage in a sailing vessel for Liverpool, but adopted the precaution of choosing a vessel which he knew intended touching at Lisbon. There he disembarked, and -went to a hotel on the Plaza do Sul, still passing under the name of Seymour. lie represented himself to be In ill health, and kept himself sec...

Publication Title: Daily Astorian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 15 January 1879

p) glue Svxxls JVsta&m. ASTORIA OREGON ISSUED EVERY MOBNING, (Monday Excoptcd). D. C. IRELAND : : I'URLLSKEB. A dorian JJniifUstg, (kus Street. Tonus of Subscription : hervcd by Carrier, per wook .25 Cent? 'Sent by mail, four months 5" 00 Sunt by mail, cno year. . ' W Free of Pgusko to Subscribers. WW Advertisements inertsd by tho year at tha rate of 51 50 por square ier month. Tranront advertising, by the day or week, fifty cants nor pqtiaro for owli insertion. THE CITY. lTThc Daily Astouiax trill he ?cnllni mail at 75 catl a month, free of mnfnje. Head- j or who coitfanplafcabscnec from the city canu. hhr, The AstoiuXx foibw thm. Daily' r Wkekly (xlilumg to any -ogkc with out ondilional expense, .idrtrtwc may he OHinyed ax often ax desired. Jjxivc orders ai Lhc coimliHf room. The Supreme court is in session in Salem. The bark Rival arrived .it San iKrancisco on the 1st. The Webf oot, Rohei t Lees, and Wastwaier are ready for sea to-da3T. -- The mail boat from Portland got "thr...

Publication Title: Daily Astorian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 15 January 1879

w COltfMERCIAL AND SHIPPING. COMMERCIAL AND SHIPPING. ASTORIA OREGON TIDE TAB&E FOR A5TORIA. JVonv tables of United States Coast Survey. High Water. Low Water. Date. A. m. p. m. . M. P. M. II 3 04 2 35! 9 01 9 42 12 3 37 3 191 9 42 10 07 13 .- 4 08 4 181 10- 20 10 33 14 4 47 - C 221 11 M 11 17 lo 5 38 .. G 331 0 21 ji G 37 7 49 0 fi 1 34 17 7 55 9 08J I 24 2 .51 18 8 45 10 27 2 34 4 08 19 9 50 ..ll 411 3 43 fl 24 20 104&. . 4 51 6 30 mu i 1URT OF ASTORIA. FOR TILLAEOOK. 'CLEARANCES AND DEPARTURES. CLEANED. 'vWobfoot,bkt.3flJtons. Lewis, S. F. Jan 13 SAILED. Orient, brip 312 tons. Williams, S. F. Jan 8 Calif orniEv sir. 674 tons. Thorn. Sitka Jan 3 ARRIVALS FROM SEA. Idaho, str, 1077 tons. Alexander. S F. Jan K Allegiance. Br. eh. fm Java, Jan 11. Oregon bs'2250 tons Connor S F Jan 6 Isle of Enn. Br bk, 5M2 tons, Edwards, 65 days fm Dunnedin. Dec. 'Si. Alpha, sch. 28 tons, Roan, Tillamook, Dec 22 Lutterworth Br bk Dee-22 Sabrina, Br bk, Wilmington. Dee 13, Strathearn, Br. sh;...

Publication Title: Daily Astorian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 16 January 1879

w ; 1 Vol. viil Astoria, Oregon, Thursday Morning, January 16, 1879. KTo. 13. jKjflL, 0t0Oftll. Telegraphic News. Dispatckcs Boiled Dorrs, for Tkc As torian. REPRIEVED, BUT TOO LATE. ICE GORGE BROKEN ON THE OHIO, ETC. CARRYING STEALERS AWAY AND SINKING VESSELS. FLOODS REPORTED IN KEN TUCKY AND TENNESSEE. WASHINGTON NEWS. Mauch Chunk, Pa., Jan. 14 10:40 a. m. The drop has just fallen, and it is thought that the necks of Sharpe and McDonnell have been broken. A telegraphic reprieve has just arrived, but about one minute too late. A scene that it would be hard to picture followed, but there is no reasonable doubt that they were both dead when the repreive came. After the bodies were cut down they were placed in ooffins and given to their families, whose cries could be heard for several blocks, adding greatly to the prevail ing excitement. Cincinnati, Jan. 13. At 2 p. m. the ice gorge here started, but it soon stopped until 4 p. m., when it again broke loose, and has been running strong...

Publication Title: Daily Astorian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 16 January 1879

-"syfrrs m 5$b& r&ils sttflsfcox. -&&TORIA. OREGON: fe. C. Y&EKAXD Editor. THURSDAY JaXUXV 10, 1879 The Astoria Railroad. od Ilclps. Those Most "wko Help 'Themselves." There are differences of opinion Tespecting the advantages derived by special localities in consequence vof the recent interruption to navi gation on the Columbia river, by the ice blockade. We are firmly ol the opioion that unless Astori ans move in the matter of securing direct connection with the valley themselves, individually and col lectively, nobody else will. The result of the ice blockade lias had the effect of 3fcivring up an almost -unanimous -expression of sentiment all along 'Puget sound, from Olym--pia to Po'rt Townsend, favorable to an early completion of railway -connection via Kahuna, with Port land. P:ist experiences demon strate Portlands indifference to the subject of locality, with respect to the outlet. Tf any thing Portland interests would be found favorable to the Sound conn...

Publication Title: Daily Astorian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 16 January 1879

w fmxz SxilTj slvximi. ASTORIA OREGON ISSUED EVERY MORNING, (Monday Excepted), t. IUELASD : : PUBLISHER. Asitrrian Building, Cass Street. D. ! orms of Subscription : berved by Carrier, per week 25 Cents 13cntby mail, four months .- S3 00 Sent by mail, cne year 9 00 Free of Postage to Subscribers. 55" Advertisements inserted by the year at tho rate of SI " J pr square per month. Transient advertising, by the day or vroek, fifty cents irer square for each insertion. THE CITY. JZETTlic Daily Aktokia ivilUfe sent by mailat'Zcctitx a month, frccof postage. Read er. who contemplate alienee from the city can have The Astokian follow them. Daily or Wkkkly editions to any post-office with i( additional expense. Addresses may be cnangtd a. often as desired. Leave orders at tHic counting room. The barkentine Webfootfcas not yet gone to sea. Yesterday was a fine .morning for shoveling snow in Astoria. Young Mr. Fairftwl is again in the city preparing to load the llannah Landless. The register a...

Publication Title: Daily Astorian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 16 January 1879

J 1 'A & lilaj sixrcimx. ASTOBIA OREGON TIDE TABLE FOB ASTOBIA. from tables of United States Coast Survey. Hich Water. Low Water. Dnte. P.M. K.a. p. M. 11 3 04 2 351 n 01 y 42 12 3 37 3 191 0 42 ...10 07 13 - 4 03 4 181 10 20 10 33 14 4 47 G 221 11 10 11 17 15 5 38 - 0 331 0 21 16 6 37 7 40! 0 15 1 34 17. 7 55 0 08! 1 24 2 51 IS 8 45 ..10 27i 2 34 4 08 19 9 50. 11 411 3 43 S 24 30 10 48 ! .. 4 51 6 30 POBT OP ASTOBIA. CLEARANCES AND DEPARTURES. C LEAKED. Robert Lees Br bk Queenstown, Jan 15 Wastwater Br bk S35 tons Queenstown, Jan 15 Wcbfoot, bkt. 3G2 tons. Lewis, S. F. Jan 13 .SAILKD. Orient, brlff 312 ton?. Williams. 3. F. Jan 8 California, str. ? tons. Thorn. Sitka Jan 3 ARRIVALS FROM SEA. Idaho, str, 1077 tons. Alexander. S F. Jan 14 Allegiance. 13r. sh. fm Java. Jan 11. Orejron ss'2250 tons Connor S F Jan G Isle of Erin, Rr bk, 912 tons, Edwards, 65 days fm Dunnedin. Dec. 35. AlDha. sch. 2S tons, Roan, Tillamook, Dec 22 Lutterworth Br bk Dec 22 SabrinA, Br bk, Wilmington. D...

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