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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 17 January 1879

Me Vol. YIH. Astoria, Oregon, Friday Morning, January 17, 1879. Ho. 14, Telegraphic News. IMspateacfi Boiled Dow-h for Tko As torlam. ROMANTIC AND TKAGICAL. DESTRUCTION TO SHIPPING ALONG THE OHIO. PREPARING TO CARRY ON THE WAR AGAINST POLYGAMY. Ailsa Craig, Ont., Jan. 15. Yes terday morning Miss Walker, residing at Brecon Mills, suddenly expired. Her betrothed, Edward Cousins, hear ing of her death, cut his throat, and Miss Walkers mother, on seeing the corpse of her daughter, dropped dead. Cincinnati, Jan. 15. Ice gorges along the Ohio and Kentucky rivers continue dangerous and destructive. At Bettysville, Kentucky, the damage to boats is $50,000. On the Cumber land river at Elizabethtown the steam er Stuhlman broke from her moorings and is a complete wreck. "Washington, Jan. 15. The United States district attorney for Utah is here arranging for the vigorous en forcement of the law prohibiting po lygamous marriages. Pacific Coast News. Sailed Dawn far The Axtertam. A SMARTIE WHO HA...

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. — 17 January 1879

w V HS .- U, ,to ' SHte l&iXxj stosfam. ASTORIA. OREGON : 15. C. IRELAXI Editor. JT KID AY .Taxuaii y 17, 1879 A Land Hani. iiqneczinK'tlic Sponges that Have Sacked up tlic Public Domain. Below will be found the provis ions of one of the most important bills now before congress, and. which passed the committee on public lands by a two-thirds vote. 'The bill, it is claimed will pass both the senate and the liouse by a large majority By its passage, 1 27,247,051 acres are saved to the government, and thus to the people of the United States. This land, at the minimum price of $4 per acre will yield to the treasury the sum of o09,988,204 52. It re quires but little foresiirht o"- l iinnn the rar$ of thinkii citizens to discover "the fact that the passage of the bill referred to will most certainly open a direct way to the payment of the public debt. This subject is one which has engrossed the attention of many of our lead ing congressmen, who really desire to serve the people and br...

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. — 17 January 1879

(3) g&s axlaj gustasimx. ASTOltIA OREGON ISSUED EVERY MORNING, (Monday Excopted), f. V. IItEIiAXI -. : PUIil.ISKEIt. sforian. Building, Guxs Streoi. t crms 0 Subscription : fcervcd by Carrier, per week .25 Cent Son t by mail, four months - 58 00 Swit by-mail, cire year - -. 9 01) Free of Postage to Subscribers. tf5 Advertisements inserted by the yoar at ifco rate of SI 59 per square per month. Transient advertising, by the day or week, fifty cents jcr square for each insertion. THE CITY. ZSTThc Daily astortx icill he sent by ) at 7f cent a month, frccof postage. Read vrxwho contemplate absence from the city can tiieo Thk AsroiiiAN fallm than. Dailv -w Werkia edition to any post-oice with -hU aiblitvmal expense. Addresses may be changed w oflcn as desired. Leave orders at. Hie counting room. The large boilers have been set at V.adollet & Co. 's and that cannery is -aow ready for fish. Small "Bros, have leased tlie"StineY "house and taken possesion, in Walla Walla. -. Mr. Sini...

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. — 17 January 1879

Fin .o A - ASTOEIA. OREGON TIDE TABLE TOR ASTORIA. -:Trom taWes of United States Coast Survey. Hiffh Water. Low Water. Date. A. M. P.M. A.. M. r, x. 17.. 18.. 39.. 20. 21., 22. 23., 24., 25., as. 7 55 fl OS! 1 21 2 51 8 45 10 27i 2 34 4 08 9 50 11 41 3 48 5 24 10 4R 1 4 51 C 30 0 37 11 401 5 53 . 7 20 .; 1 24 0 291 C 48 8 03 2 01 1 10! 7 37 8 32 2 29 - 1 49 8 18 8 59 2 53 2 29! 8 55 9 23 .. 3 14 .... 3 08! 9 3G ? 44 PORT OF ASTORIA. CLEARANCES AND DEPARTURES. CLKAKRD. IWbart Lees Brbk Queenstown, Jan 15 W&stwater Brbk &35 tons Queenstown, Jan 15 Webfoot.bkt.3G2 tons. Lewis, S. F. Jan 13 SAILED. Orient, brfe 312 tons. Williams. S. F. Jan 8 California, str. 67-5 tons. Thorn. Sitka Jan 3 ARRIVALS FROM SEA. Idaho, str, 1077 tons. Alexander, S F. Jan 14 Allrfriance. Br. sh. fm Java, Jan 11. Oregon ss2250 tons Connor S F Jan 6 Isle of Enn. Br bk, 912 tons, Edwards, 65 days fm Dannedin, Dec. 15. Aloha, sch. 28 tons, Roan, Tillamook, Dec 22 Lutterworth Br bk Dec 22 Kabrina, Br bk, W...

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. — 18 January 1879

J zr JP JV' Jr Jii' Jl ll- Astoria, Oregon, Saturday Morftig, January 18, 1879. Vol. vin. No. 15. IF W Telegraphic News. WLspalcIics Bulled Down torinn. for The As- SNOW STORM IN NEW YORK. JUDGES GREEN AND CONFIRMED. HOYT COL. "WELCKER'S DISABILITIES REMOVED. ARGUMENT IN FAVOR OF OPEN ING THE UMATILLA RES ERVATION. TWO MILLIONS AND A HALF FOR THE MISSISSIPPI. OVER THREE AND A HALF MIL LIONS FOR LEVEES. SITTING BtfLLS FORCES ON AMERICAN SOIL. THEY MUST DO SOON, SOMETHING. RUNNERS WAITING TO CARRY THE NEWS TO MARY. New York, Jan. 16. A snow storm which set in early last night, contin ues, and gives promise of enduring, Washington, Jan. 16. The senate has confirmed Roger S. Green as chief justice of the supreme court of Wash ington territory; John P. Hoyt, asso ciate justice of the supreme court of Washington territory. Grover today introduced a bill to remove the political disabilities of Win. T. Welcker, of California, in .curred by-reason -of- participation-in the rebellion. Mitchel...

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. — 18 January 1879

T T -3 a - -lUjijmimiiijijmjssKiBi w Wi nllQ Qstifxbm. ASTORIA. OREGON: fo. fc. llfcEtAXD Ertltor. S A.tjRD AY ........ JANUARY 18, 1879 -Public Opinion Forming. A. year ago the subject of Chi nese immigration was seldom al luded to by eastern journals. It vas given the go-by as something in which no one but the people of this coast felt any direct interest. Of late, a change is perceptible. There are certain localities in the east in which the Chinese are be coming disagreeably numerous, and wherever they gain a foothold there it is discovered that the con dition of the poor white working classes becomes painfull' deplora ble. The inongols are gradually edging their way into the lighter occupations, to the displacement of boys, girls, men and women. These must either starve in consequence, -or become a burden upon the pub lic charities for support. The press of that part of the country no longer remains silent, though it discusses the question from differ ent stand-points. That it ...

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. — 18 January 1879

IV 7gliz gaols Qstextenx. ASTORIA OREGON ISSUED EVERY MOBNIHG, DIonday Excepted), X. C. IKBIASI : : J'lTBIilSIFEIS. 4;Cn? Jjiiiidihg, Gass Struct. l orins of Subscription : .erved by Carrier, por tveok 25 Oontf fcentby mail, four months - SS 00 boat, by mail, cno your. 'J 00 Fro of Postaso to Subscribors. rtO A (Hcrii5omontP inserted by tho-year at the rat of SI 50 por square per montk. Transiont advertising, by tlie day or week, fitv cent's por square for each insertion. THE CITY. ijZT'TIiC Daily Astojuan will he sent by wail at 7." ccnv a month, free of poijc. lloaa t rx kk conic:nrl'Citcalnnwcfrom the ctttf can have Tmc ASTOiUAX fotlmv Mem. DAILY r Wickkly ?tffoM la awn pol-ojHcc with o,U ati'lUhmkil crpcj&c. Addrcns irmy to riI rw ef: ax desired, icai'tf orders a iiio CiUtC4; room. The Ocklahama brought the mails xo Astoria yesterday. The brig Orient arrived at San Francisco on the loth. --, First rate Anthracite coal has been discovered near Astoria. The Lupata arrived at L...

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. — 18 January 1879

W7 ttpwr jjp&e ailxj gteirn ASTOKIA OREGON SIDE TABLE FOR ASTORIA. From tables of United States Coast Survey. High Water. j Low Water. Pate, a.m. p.M.I .yi. im. 17 - 7 55 .. Jl OS! I 24" - 51 IS 8 45 10 27 .... 2 31 ,4 OS 19 fl 50 11 411 3 43. .. f 24 20 -10 48 J. 4 51 G 30 21 0 37 11 401 5 53 7 20 22 1 24 & 2W. C 48 .... 8 03 23 - 2 01 r TO1 7 37.. 3 32 M .. 2 2i. - 1 41)1 8 IS S 59 25 . -2 53 ..- 2 29' 8 55 9 23 2J 3 14. 3 OSf . 9 3 9 44 PORT OF ASTOKIA, CLKARAXCKS AX J) DEPARTURES. COItfMEIlCIAL AND SHIPPING. FOR TILLAHOOK. C LEAK EH. Orecon S8 2250 ton Connor S F Jan-17 Bobort Lees Brbk Qaeenstown, Jan 15 "Wcstwatcr Br bt &35 tons Qoeenstown, Jan 15 SAILED. Webfoot.hkt.3R2tcn. Ikjwis, S. T. Jan 14 Orient, brig: 312 tows. Williams. S. F. Jan 8 California, st-r. 674 tons. Thorn. Sitka Jan 3 ARRIVALS FROM SEA. Idaho, str, 1077 tons. Alexander. S F. Jan 14 Allegiance. Br. sh. fm Java, Jan 11. Isle of Erin. Br bk. 942 tons, Edwards, 65 days fta Dunnedin, Dec. :!". Alnba. ...

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. — 19 January 1879

'V- Astoria, Oregon, Sunday Morning, January 19, 1879 Vol. Yin. No. 16. i ' -. ri iJrJUJvJrM'Jllr4. How to Apply Water to. Fire. An old fireman of Maine gives th.o following to one of the papers of that State: One gallon of water at the bot tom of a fire will do more good to, luench. it than ten gallons at the top. Play low is the true motto for the fire man. If the first engine that reached, the Summer street fire in Boston, had burst into the warehouse and played into the goods elevator where the fire broke out, it would probably have saved fifty millions of dollars. To play on the roof of a house on fire is to waste wTater; the roof ?as made to ehed water; the rain does not put out the kitchen fire, nor would the river, flowing bodily on the roof put out the kitchen fire. Play low, get the water to the fire, and you need not pour out the river. A few gallons at the bottom of a fire will rise in clouds of steam when the lire is rising, and will quench it. Even a heap of rubbish tu...

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. — 19 January 1879

I J mmr- Jg&c -gailS &&l&xtem, SUNDAY Jaxuaky 19, 1879 Chamber of Commerce liep&rt. Astoria, Nov. 4, 1S78. Gentlemen of the Astoria Chamber of Cemmerce: Our constitution imposes upon your officers the duty of making annual reports. This being the close of the first year of our pres ent organization, I will endeavor to briefly discharge the duty per taining to the chair. Although we are trained from earliest intancy with the example of the bundle of rods before us, we often neglect organizations until times Of more than ordinary emer gency. For several years there had been a Chamber of Commerce in Astoria, but with few members and still fewer workers, until a .rear ago when the removal of the light-house inspector, and threaten ed removal of the buoy depot from this place, aroused our citizens to the importance of organization and unity of action. THIS ORGANIZATION. One year ago the Astoria Cham ber of Commerce was organized with constitution and by-laws, room ren...

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. — 19 January 1879

PJ & '&& StadBU ASTORIA OREGON ISSUED EVERY MORNING, (Monday Escorted), Astoria Building, du Street. Terms of Subscription : served by CarrMr, par wek .25 0ont5 &Ht. !y mail, four months - .SS 00 Scat ly mail, cne your. W Free of Pustago to b?cribcrs. rte Advertisements inserted by iitoyelr at 'the rato of $1 o'J por square per month. Transient advortWnsj, by the day urTTck, fifty cents nor square for oacli iBortion. THE CITY. XZ&Thc Daily Astokiax will Ik fi by tnt& tit 7." ccmiti a month, freenf joto0e. Rtimi ens joJm coniamitUUcahtencc from the city osw k&ae Tub Aktokiax Mlw lha. Daily ttr Wbickly ctiiiiimK Ukmn prt-c Mtith ottt a'ldilUmal cjrp'yec. IddrywcK man he - nanyxl often iw de&rod. Leave order iti 'the cmiHlitw rovm. They are building a small si earner t Centervilie to run on the Ofcehalhj river. Pilots Gilraau ar.d Ferchen have 'each arrived down with vessels an the. mil, sad lSUi. --See advertisement of lost cow. Any information left at ...

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. — 19 January 1879

1 J gfoje gailjj sitfrimt. ASTORIA. .-OICEGON TIDE TABLE FOR ASTORIA. From tebles of United States Coast Survey. High Water. Dnte. A.M. P.M. Low Water. K. M. 17. 18., 19.. 20. 21. 7 55 - ! OSJ 1 24 2 8 45i 10271....,,.... 2 &t 4 23 24 25 2ti . 9 .50 11 411. J0 4S ,'.. . 0 37 It 40!.. . 1 24 8 29 1.. . 2 01 1 101.. . 2 29 1 491.. 2 53......... 2 291.. I 3 Ml'.?."!." 3 08l" 3 43. 4 51.. 5 53.. fi48. .. 8 18. .. 8 Si . . 9 3G. PORT OF ASTORIA. COMMERCIAL AND SHEERING. CLEARANCES AND DEPARTURES. CLKAltED. Brodick Bay. Br 6h, Queenstotvn, Jan IB Storm King. Am. sh, Reed Callac vfa Burrard Ialot. Jan 18 Shenir, Br sli 1179 tons Black Quoenrtown, Jan 18 Robert Lees Br bk Queertbtown, Jan 15 "WaBtvraterBrbkfc35tonsQueen8town, Jan 15 SAILED. Oregon ss'2250 tons Cbnnor S F Jan 19 "Webfoot. bfct. 3C2 tone Lewis, S. F. Jan 14 Orient, brig 312 tons. Williams, S. F. Jan 8 Califocn:avOtT. G74ton5. Thorn. Sitka Jan 3 ARRIVALS FROM SEA. Astoria to Forts Stevens, Canby, II waco, Oysterville and O...

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. — 21 January 1879

rt' 8- rv. . v -w .PJvWHI Astoria, Oregon, Tuesday Mqming, January 21, 1879. Ho. 17. Vol. vm. 2 0 Jfeiafr ' y jack. - N Telegraphic News. DiftP.it Chan Boiled Down Tor TUe As "torian. A KASGALLY POSTMASTER, CHOKEY TEN YEARS. IN rCE GORGE BROKEN IN JAMES RIVER. THE "WALT, STREET BEARS SORBED. AB- GOVERNOR HALL OF FLORIDA INDICTED. AN IMMENSE TIRE YORK. IN NEW LOSSES TWO AND A HALF MIL LION DOLLARS. INSURANCE COMPANIES RUST ED BY THE LOSSES. ADVANCE IN RATES BY OTHER COMPANIES. THE SCURVY HENEGADE 'CHIEF JOSEPH" IN WASHINGTON. CROWDED HALLS TO LISTEN TO HIS SPEECHES. THE RIGHTS AND LIBERTIES OF J THE RACE. Omaha, Jan. 19. John G. Comp- ton, ex-postmaster of Columbus, Ne braska, lias Been sentenced to ten years imprisonment for the robbery of four registered money letters. "Richmond, Jan. 18. The steamer Wyandke forced a passage through the ice gorge 'fc 11 o'clock to day, occupying over; three days. A short gorge near Yernia, has been broken up by the steamer Wyandke and Old Dominion,...

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. — 21 January 1879

- t--sr" P C ASTORIA, OREGON: O. C. IREIiAXI.v....v.v.-.v.v.. Editor. TUESDAY.... ...-.-J.VS-rAllY 2K 1879 Supreme Court Ruling. On the 10th, in the Supreme -court of Oregon, now in session at Salem, the court decided a motion "in the case of the state of Oregon vs. John D. "Whitney, which will he of interest to the profession in the state. The decision is sub stantially as follows, opinion by Judge Beise: "This is a motion by the state for a rule on the clerk of "the court below, requiring him to send up to this court as 41 part of the transcript herein, a certified copy of the written charge of the court to the jury in this ;ause in said court. The bill of ex ceptions contains detached parts of the charge, and the defendant, Whit ney, seeks to reverse the judgment 'of the court below on alleged er rors in said charge. The state throush its counsel claims the charge should be taken and con strued as a whole and not in parts, as set forth in the bill of excep tions and ask that inas...

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. — 21 January 1879

Wt "Tjry t,i 03 gits axlrj stogissu. ASTORIA OREGON ISSUED BVEPwY MORNING, (Monday Excepted), f. C. IRELAND : : PUBLISHER. AUiruvn JMUdhig, Cass Street. Terms of Subscription : berved by Carrier, per tvoek 25 Cents Sent by mail, four months S3 00 Sent by mail, enc year.' 9 00 Free of Postage to Subscribers. V" Advertisements inserted by the year at tho rate of :1 o0 per square per month. Transient advertising, by the day orT7oek, fifty cents per square for each insertion. THE CITY. J37-T7tc Daily asiorian willhc scnthy mail at 73 cents a month, free of pontage. Read er who contemplate ahence from the city can have Tub Astokian follow them. Daily or Weekly edition to any post-office leith oiU additional expense. Addresses may be cnanyid as offer, as desired. Leave orders at the cwintinv room. Mr. M. C. Moore, of Walla Walla, returned to Astoria yesterday. The bark Rival sailed from San Francisco for tliis port on the 11th. The bark Edward James is on the berth in San Francisco for Ho...

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. — 21 January 1879

Vi?'33,fJ Vt "V1i" w JP axlaj stosJini, ASTORIA OREGON 'TIDE TABLE FOR ASTORIA. From tables ol United States Coast Survey. Ilich Water. Low Water. Itatc A. M. P. M. .y.. p. M. 17 T 55 ' OS! 1 21 2 ." IS 8 4r 10 27i 2 m 4 OS in y ro n 4ii r. 4:5 a 24 20 -10 4 5 4 7,1 G .) .1 0 37 11 401 5 Til 7 20 1 24 0 291 G4S 8 03 23 2 01 1 101 7 37 8 32 ? 2 20 1 49 1 8 18 8 ) 4r, o ii3 .. 5111 8 iw 0 23 5B - 3 14. 3 081 9 36 9 44 PORT OF ASTORIA. CLEARANCES ASD DEPARTURES. CLKAitnn. Brodick Bay, Br sli, Queenstown, Jan 1? Sorm Kins. Am. sh. Reed Callao via Barrard -Inlot. Jan 18 Bhonir, Br sh 1173 tons Black Qucenstown, Jan 18 Robort Lees Brbk Qneenstown, Jan 15 Vast-water Br bk bS5 tons Quefcnstrwnr Jan 15 SAIL.KI). Orecon ss'2250 tons Connor S F Jan 19 Webfoot. bkt. 3K2 tons. Lewis, S. F. Jan 14 Orient, brie 312 tons. Williams, S. F. Jan 8 California, sir. K74tons. Thorn. Sitka Jan 3 ARRIVALS FROM SEA. Geo. W. Elder 1709 tons Bolles. S.F Jan 20 Idaho, str, 1U77 tons. Alexander. S F.Jan 14 Alleg...

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. — 22 January 1879

7 ' a Astoria, Oregon, Wednesday morning, January 22, 1879. ffo. 18, Vol. Till. 'fi'ffl T.'.kiB.I Telegraphic News. fclapuickcs BoJIxI Kmn for Tlie As toriau. GOLD BULLION PURCHASER IN MONTANA FOE GREEN BACKS. ANOTHER "THOMPSON" TURNS UP AGAIN IN IDAHO. THE LUCKY FAMILY POSTERED BY UNCLE SAM. WM. G. GOING TO THE SUPREME COURT. DID HE EVER HOLD A STAR CHAMBER COMMITTEE IN THE PALM OP HIS HAND OR A DEPARTMENT SURVEYING CONTRACT. EVEN THE IRON FOUNDRYMEN BECOMING DISHONEST. GOOD LORD HELP US. SHERE ALI PROBABLY NOT SUCH A FOOL AFTER ALL SAID TO BE RETURNING- TO .CABUL. COLLISION AT SEA LOSS OF A VESSEL -WITH ALL ON BOARD. THE STRIKES, THE STRIKERS, AND SO FORTH, IN ENGLAND. ARK TIMES AHEAD EOR..THE "flfalr ifriDfri 'n ,.- " -aaAJ-t -iC.'M"' r ""-"POOR OF THE MOTHER COUNTRY'. SOME INDUCEMENT FOR THE STRIKERS TO MAKE EMI GRANTS OF THEMSELVES CAPT. BADGEJl'S "JUDGMENT' AND "WHAT HE "BELIEVES' Washington, Jan. 20. R. D. Ilar rison, superintendent of the Halena, Montana, assay office, repor...

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. — 22 January 1879

f-' CJ ;vjAijnikm.L.rtla & iJMXaj stacfowx. -jSTORIA. OREGON: to. C. "iilKt XST Eitilor. WEDNESDAY .lAXUAitY 22, 1870 Polygauiists Betting- Pardon. The Mormons are not at all pleased -with the decision of the Supreme court of the United States, affiring the opinion of the court below, Hvhich convicted one ive-nolds of bigamy. A petition is being circulated in Utah for the pardon of Reynolds, on the ground that, being a test case, to prove an 'offence of which many other Mor mons are guilty, he ought irot to be "made a scapegoat for the entire order. Delegate Cannon, who has four wives, and yet manages to Lold a seat in congress, is furious over the decision. He declares that the Supreme court should be set at defiance when it makes any rulinjr to 'interfere with the right of conscience. In other words, -this man Cannon maintains that polygamy is a part of the Mormon religion, and, as a religion, cannot -be interfered with under the na- Lional constitution. It is the iiiis- . for...

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. — 22 January 1879

- ."r t 4-,.rfj. 3) ASTORIA OREGON ISSUED EVERY MORI-TING, (Monday Excepted), I. C. IStSZ.AXX : : PlTtLISHEB. turiait Building, Cass Street. Terms of Subscription : fcervec. by Carrier, per tvcolc 25 Conte Bent by mail, four months - 5 Sent by mail, cno year 8 &' Free of Postage to Subcribcrs. KST Advertisements inserted by the year nt the rato of Si 3J per square per immtk. Transient advert i-uns, by the day or wool:, fifty cents per nure for each iRcrtion. THE OIT1. CSF-iFncDAUA Astokiax unU Jc ami hy xmrilafiZ cents a morih. free of portage. Head er who contemplate aJutcncc from the ctin can have The Asiokiak ftHbtu than, Daha ) Wekkia & tioiis to any pail-ofice oilh oiti adaUwpr expense. jlUire.os may lie rnanym axofbsi a desired. Leave orders at ifie atunltnu room. The mail boat from Portland got j "yesterday at four o'clock r. m. Capt. Jus. Williams will be pre pared to run the Tanzy-point fishery at fulHdast. We understand that the old xteamer Gnssie Telfair is about ...

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. — 22 January 1879

""Ffr"' w 'Hxz gailxj sixrrfeni. ASTORIA OREGON TIDE TABLE FOR ASTORIA. Fromtables of United States Coast Survey. High Water. Low Water. Dnto. a. M. P.M. K. M. p. M. 17... IS.... 10... 20... "31... ... 7 .Vi ' 01 1 21 2 51 ... 8 45 10 27, 2 31 4 OS . 9 ."VI 11 41 i 3 43 - a 24 ...10 4R J 4 .nj ... C .TO .. 0 X7 11 401 5 & 7 20 22 .. 1 21 0 2!)l G 48 8 0.1 2.". 2 01 1 101 7 .17 8 32 24 .. 2 28 1 40! 8 18 8 frf) 2T 2 .t8 - 2 20 8 iiT 23 3fi a I 3 OS! 0 36 A 44 PORT OF ASTORIA. CLEARANCES AND DEPARTURES. Rbenir. Br sli 1173 tons Black Qnoonstown, Jan 18 Robert Leas Br bk Qneonstown. Jim 15 "W&stwater Br bk &S5 tons Queonstown, Jan 15 SATI.KD. Storm Kin (f. Am. sh, Ilced' Callao via Barrard Inlet. Jan 21 Brodick Bay. Br sb. Qaoonstovn, Jan 21 Wobfool. bkt. 3S2 tons. Lewis, S. F. Jan 14 Orient, brwr 312 tons. 7iUiame. S. F. Jan 8 ARRIVALS FROM SEA. California, str. Kti tons. Thorn. Sitka Jan 21 Heo. W. IsJdi'r 178 tons Hollos. S. V Jan 20 Idaho, htr, W7T tons. Alexander, S F....

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