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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 23 January 1879

u 03 V .rJPJvJrJll Astoria, Oregon, Thursday Morning, January 23, 1879. Mb. 19. Vol. Yin. (l Telegraphic News. Dispatches Boiled Down tori an. for The As- UNCLE SAM GOING OUT OF THE FISH BUSINESS AS A PART NEE. OF JOHNNY BULL. NO CHANCE OF SAVING THE OBERON. UNITED STATES SENATORS ELECTED. ROYALITY IN DISGUISE "TRAVELING INCOGS." "Washington, Jan. 21. In execu tive session of the senate this after noon, Edmunds delivered an elaborate speech in advocacy of the resolution submitted by him, which provides for the termination of so much of the treaty of Washington as relates to fisheries, by giving the notice required by its provisions. The resolution was referred to the for eign relations committee. According to present appearances, it will be adopted by the senate without oppo sition, and President Hayes will promptly thereafter give the required notice to the government of Great Britain. New York, Jan. 2L A Queenstown telegram says that there is no chance of saving the steamship Ober...

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. — 23 January 1879

.3) ns r p fe HaiXoj stesfcm. S'TOKIA-'OBEGOIT: I.'C.feEIAXl .fctfftor. THURSDAY .Taxuaky 23, 187D Judge 'Clioate on Stato Rights. TclIIns "Why the CSovcrnor of Mahsa 'cliasctts Cannot foc'fcoerfccd. Judge Choate lias filed a long "and elaborate opinion in the case of "Red Learyj" "in which lie dis cusses the novel questions raised by Mr. Sullivan 'in order to delay or prevent the delivery of "Red Leary' on 'the requisition of the gevernorof Massachusetts. Judge Choate regards as conclusive the warrant of the governor of New York, which shows that ""Red Leary" was arrested on a requisi tion containing a copy of the in dictment found in the 'state of Massachusetts against the prisoner for burglary committed in that state. The warrant, Judge Choate says, is conclusive as to the power of -court to inquire into the proceed ings had before the governor on which the warrant was issued. In reply to Mr. Sullivan's claim that the United States courts could compel the governor of the state of...

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. — 23 January 1879

PJ 'gJx,e gjiilg storfcm. ASTOHIA OREGOX ISSUED EVERY MOBBING-, (Monday Excepted), . C. IREkAXD : : PUBLISHER. Astorian Building, Cass Street. I crms of Subscription : berved by Corner, per troo?: -....25 Cents Sent by mail, four months S3 00 'Sent by mail, cne yoar....... 9 00 Froo of Postage -to Subscribers. B5T Advcrtuements'jnscrtcd by tho yoar at Hue rate of SI 50 par square per month. Transient advertising, by tho day or week, Ififty cents per square for each insertion. THE CITY. K?"27m? Daily Astokian will he sent by wail at.77 cents a month, free of postage. Read ers who contemplate absence from the city can have Tub Astoktan" folhoo them. Daily or Wekkly editions to any post-office wiUi oitt additional crpensc. Addressee may he wanned as often as desired. Leave orders at Vic counting room. Rain, rain, rain, all the day long .yesterday. The indians hung at Pendleton were all "spiritualistic" m 'their "beliefs. Nasby has got his orders from the P. 0. D.tc-sell money orders fo...

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. — 23 January 1879

D g&c ailaj Qstoxtem. ASTORIA. OREGON TIDE- TABLE FOR ASTORIA. From tobies of United States Coast Survey. High Water. Low Water. Date. a. u. P.M. k. M P. M. 17 7 55 - ! 0S J-21 .. 2 51 IK 8 4T 10 27 2 31 4 OS 1!) 9 50 11 411 3 43 5 24 20 -10 4R ! 4-5"1 0 ."50 21 0 37 11 401 5 53 7 20 22 -. 1 24 O 20! 0 48 8 03 23 2 01 1 101 7 .17 8 32 24 2 29 - 1 491 8 18 8 59 25 .. 2 53 2 29" 8 55 II 23 35 - 3 U. 3 OSi. . 9 36 fl 44 PORT OF ASTORIA. CLEARANCES A A' J) DEPARTURES. CLEAUKD. Strathearn, Br. Eh, Anderson, Queenstown Jau22 SAILED. Storm King, Anr. sh. Herd Callao via Barrari Inlet. Jan 21 Brodick Bay. Br sh. Queenstown, Jan 21 Webf oot. bkt. 3fi2 tons. Lewis, S. F. Jan 14 Orient, brig 31'2 tons. Williams. S. Y. Jan 8 ARRIVALS FROM SEA. California, str. 674 tons, Thorn. Sitka Jan 21 tJeo. V. Elder 1709 tons Bollcs. S. F Jan 20 Idaho, str, 1077 tons. Alexander. 8 F. Jan 14 Allegiance. Br. sh. for Java, Jan 11. Jlo of Enn, Br bk. 942 tons, Edwards, 65 days fm Dunnedin, Dec. . Alpha, sc...

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. — 24 January 1879

CO IF 0fttl vfvmtmm UHUII.ICV Astoria, Oregon, Friday Morning, January 24, 1879. Kta 20. Vol. YIII. Telegrapliic News. Dispatches Boiled Down for The As torlan. THE OKEGON MILITAHY WAGON EOAD GRAB. PROSPECT OF THE SWINDLE PASSING CONGRESS. PACIFIC RAILROAD LANDS TO BE TAXED. TOO 3IUCH GOLD IN OilAHA. THE BUCKET-SHOP CASE IN SAN FRANCISCO. Washington. Jan. 22. The house committee on. public lands to-day agreed to recommend the passage of Luttrell's bill providing for the isbu. ance of scrip to owners of the Oregon wagon road grant of July 2d, 1864, for a number of acres equal to the quantity of lands within the limits of said grant subsequently embraced in the Klamath Indian reservation. The proposed scrip is to bo locatable on any unoccupied and unappropriated public lands not mineral, whether sur veyed or unsurveyed. It can be used apparently just like Valentino scrip, and the amount called for by the terms of the bilJ, though not stated, is un derstood to be very large. The senate...

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. — 24 January 1879

PJ . i -. - V- .1-2- :r 1$& ItftxZxj lteto -&&0?ORIA. OREGON: '!. C.1ltTlirAri Editor. FRIDAY-.-.-.- .TAX UAliY 24, 1879 'Al-i-lHiscontinental Canal. SoUietime during the last session ol the senate Senator G rover in troduced a bill providing for pre liminary surveys of a canal be tween the headwaters of the Co lumbia and Missouri rivers. "We have not heard anything from it since, but the project is one that should not be neglected. It has lately been ascertained that the Missouri river is navigable one hundred miles above the falls, to within twelve miles of "Helena, in Montana territory, and steamers will be running there this year. On this siSe of the mountains it is reported that the Clearwater river Thas been found navigable for sev enty five miles above Xewiston. .li this is true a short canal of two hundred or two hundred and fifty miles in length would unite the two largest rivers of the United "States and solve for us the vexed problem of cheap transcontinental ...

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. — 24 January 1879

c J mxz gaiTxj Qsitextem. ASTORIA ..OREGON ISSUED EVERY MOKNING-, (Monday Excepted), O.'C. IKELAXD : : PUBLISHER. Astoriari Buildiiig, Cass Struct. I arms of Subscription : "fsorved by Carnor, per week .25 Cont5 "Sent by mail, tour months 58 00 Sent by mail, cno year 1) 00 Free of Postaso to if ubrcribors. C3" Advertisements inserted by the year at ntho rate of S1.7J por square per month. Transient adcrti.:ns, by the day or week, Gfty cents per square for each insertion. THE CITY. J3?"J7ic Daily Astoriax will he kcjU. hy mad atln coils a numUt. free of postage. Read er who nmicmtHatc absence from the cUf can have Tine Astokiax folbuo them, Daiia" r Wickkly editions to amy post-vjjicc with otd additional crjw;. Addrcsae may he ctianyed as often a desired. Leave ardors at '&ic- countlim room. There will be n service in Grace (Episcopal) church tliis (Friday) even ins:. Gapt. Geo. Flavcl, and Hon. A. "Van Dusen left the city yesterday, on 4 trip to Portland. Mr. C. S. Woodvorth, of...

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. — 24 January 1879

r - v-, & u;"-f-ggi. J-- wf '--: TWT $Tr: COMMERCIAL AND SHIPPING. COMMERCIAL AND 1sSj-"- -fc- W lgHalaMllaIBga,gelBti,jj shaping. QRAND GhBABANOB BALE ASTORIA OREGON TIDE TABLE JOB ASTORIA. From tables of United States Coast Survey. Hich Water. Date. A.M. P.M. Low Water. K. M. 24 .. 2 2 - 1 4SI1 25 2 53 2 201.. ... 28 3 14v 3 081 27 3 4lfc - 3 57J 2S 4 10 4 40 29 4 43 5 44! 30 - v29. fi 42 . 8 18... . 8 33 .. . 9 36... .10 16... .11 03... .11 52... P. M. ..... 8 59 ! 23 ..... 0 44 10 11 10-41 .....II lti 0 44 31.... 3.... C 23. 7 25. 8 27., 7 47! 0 05 .,. 1 38 8 561 1 J)l 2 39 10 051 - 2 lft. 3 43 PORT OF ASTORIA. FOR TILLAMOOK. The AlrXew Schooner HONORA, THORXSEN Piaster. Is ow loading, and will have quick dis patch for Tillamook bay direct. For freight or passage apply to E. S. LARSEN, Agent, Astoria, Oregon. G. W. Hume's Packet Line, CLEARANCES ASD DEPARTURES. Br. Cr,TCAKEI. sh. 9G$t-on3. Ifeven, QueenBtown. JJatrniihire. Stratbeorn. Br. sir, Anderson, Qaeenstown.lau22 SATL...

Publication Title: Daily Astorian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 25 January 1879

o jf Astoria, Oregon, Saturday Morning, January 25, 1879. Vol. YIII. No. 21. Telegraphic News. SPlspntchcs Boiled Down for The As toriun. MYSTERY OF TnE SEAS "WAS IT PIRACY, OR "WHAT. DEAD AND ALIVE, ATSTD DEAD IN EARNEST. THE CHEYENNE CAMPAIGN CLOSED. FRAUDS IN THE GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE. THE ABOLISHMENT OF THE OF FICE ADVISED. PRINTING TO BE LET TO THE LOWEST BIDDER. STORM BREWING DOWN THE COAST. THE BUCKET-SHOP MAN HELD TO ANSWER. THE LAND HAUL IN WASH INGTON. EDEN OFFERS A SUBSTITUTE FOR REGAN'S AMENDMENT. New York, Jan. 23. Capt. Adams at Cork reports sighting, about 50 miles west of Fastnett, a ship on fire and a steamer well manned in the neighborhood. On going to the assist ance of the vessel, he was warned by the steamer to keep on his course, or he would burn too, and not to report what he had seen, else he had better look out for himself, on his next voy age. Fobt Robinson, Jan. 22, The Cheyenne Indian campaign has closed. On Monday Col. Evans found the ren egades. Ca...

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. — 25 January 1879

IV jp? T ;&$ &itg lsta&m, ASWfclA-.'OREGOtt: O. C. IBELA3TD Ertilor. SATURDAY Jaxuaby 25, 1879 Transportation Transfers. The Oregon Steam Navigation company have purchased and taken possession of all the steamers, barges, docks, and wharves, lately owned by the Wallamet Locks and Transportation company, includ ing the docks and -warehouses at Astoria. The Locks company still own and control the locks and canal at the AYallamet falls, and suitable arrangements have been made for passing all boats through the locks, insuring the safe delivery at Astoria of very much of the pro ductions of the valley, direct from points along that river. We do not propose to get into a frenzy in ecstacy over this movement, nor picture before our readers, after the style of Portland journals, the dmmense benefits which will inure to Astoria in consequence of this transaction. Suffice it to say that The Astoria x is pleased with the transfer, and if the company makes money by it, so will the ...

Publication Title: Daily Astorian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 25 January 1879

'3) rgixz ailjj QsXftximi. ASTORIA OREGON ISSUED EVERY MORNING, (Monday Excepted), Adorian Building, Cass Street. J. ! arms of Subscription : bcrvod by Garner, per week 25 Cent? Sonr by mail, four months - 58 00 Sent by mail, cno year 9 00 Freo of i'ostaso to Subscribers. ttJS" Advertisements inserted by tbuyoar at the rate of Slot) per square per month. Transient advertising, by the day or week, fifty cents per siunro for each insertion. THE CITY. tWThc Daily Astorian will 7C font by wail at77 cent a month, free of postage. Read ers who ctmlemvbxii absence from the ctiji can have Thk Astorian' fdlifiv them. Daily .tr Webkta editions to any post-office with oiil additional expense. Addresses mau he ctuviyvd ax often as desired. Leave orders at ihc amtitinp rtftm. Portland thieves. lias several very sly Hail-stones fell Astoria 3rcsterday. in torrents at Mrs. Caroline Hichings Bernard is teaching lnusU in Baltimore. The survey of the Allegiance "We told pronounces her all vou so." ri...

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. — 25 January 1879

u J iri-y?JL Jp gailjj sjtacfcm, ASTORIA OREGON TIDE TABLE FOR ASTORIA. Prom tables of United States Coast Survey. Hfch Water. j Lore Water. Ihrte. a. m. p. m. I k. m. p. i. 21 .. 2 2SI 1 4i 8 IS S m 2T 2 .r3 2 211 8 oT I 23 2.5 3 14 3 08 fl 3d it 41 27 3 40 .. 3 57 10 18 -10 U 2S 4 10 4 41), 11 0". 10 41 2i - 4 4:; 5 44! 11 52 11 1(5 39 5 29 G 42! 0 44 31 - G 23 7 47! 0 (T 1 :-3 1 7 2") 8 ffi! 1 01 .... 2 30 2 . 8 27 10 051 2 10'. 3 4T PORT OF ASTORIA, CLEARANCES AXD DEPARTURES. CLEAKEP. Kuropa. Nnrbk. 11J6 terns, ThcBen, Qaecnstown. Jan 21 rCairnishire. Br. sh. 9G5 tons. Neven. Queenstoirn, Jan 22. Strathearn, Br. sh, Anderson, Queenstown Jau 22 SAILED. Idaho, str, 1077 tons. Alexander. S F. Jan 23 "Wastwater J3r bk 535 tons Queenstown, Jan 22 Shenir, Br sb 1173 tons Black Queenstown, Jan 22 Robert Lops Br bk Queenstown, Jan 22 Storm King, Am. sb, Reed Callao vfa Barrard Inlet. .Jan 21 Brodick Bay. Br th. Queonstown, Jaw 21 "Webfoot.bkt.3fi2 tons. Lewis, S. F. Jan 14 Orient, briR ...

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. — 26 January 1879

r 0) wuxn Astoria, Oregon, Sunday Morning, January 26, 1879. Vol. Tin. No. 22. fl Telegraphic News. Dispatches Boiled Down for Tke As-torinn. TSHE CHEYENNE INDIAN TROUBLES. XIST OF THE BRAVE KILLED. BOYS ANOTHER INVESTIGATION TALKED OF. A BAD PIECE OF BUSINESS. LONG CABINET SESSION. HE PENSION BILL, INDIAN AFFAIRS, AND SIT TING BULL. LUTTRELL NOT SATISFIED WITH THE OREGON MILITARY ROAD JOB. PASSENGERS FOR OREGON. Special Dispatch to The Astorlan. San Francisco Jan.-25. The Ore gon Steamship company's steamer Ore gon, Commodore Francb Connor, sailed for Astoria and Portland to-day with the following passengers: F Arnold, Nss Techeiner, W T Stephens & wife, J C Berry, Miss LM. Tones, anSCELLANEOUS. PROPOSES TO PLAY HOB WITH PATENTS TO OTHER LANDS ON THIS COAST. Capt Dempsy USA, Miss Drannan. Mrs C Titrain, J Dud ley, S Rosenstadt, .Tcs Hume, Jos Hounds, F r Saunders, T Bernheim, F W Wilkes. Abe Strasberger, D M Stemost, E C Henrickson. F M Gilbert, "W Beschenier, J Friendman, Miss...

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. — 26 January 1879

m gfts &ils Astacfaax. ASTOKIA. OREGON: O. C. IRELAND ....Ertitor. SU2SD AY Jaxuaiiy 2G, lb79 Here Railroad Iron for Oregon. H. L. Gregg & Co. have a vessel on the berth in Philadelphia," the clipper ship Tabor, loading with railroad iron, etc., for the Colum bia river, and they announce that the Tabor will be followed by other vessels, having contracted for sev eral cargoes of railroad iron and material, with the -option of load ing part of vessels' capacity with general cargo. Referring to this business the Standard sars: Mr. R. Koehler, agent for Ger man capitalists who are interested in the Oregon and California rail road and Oregon Central railroad, was called some months ago to Frankfort-on-the-Main to report at a meeting of the bondholders, upon the general affairs of the road. Mr. Koehler returned by the Ore gon on her last trip. He confirms the statement, that the bondhold ers had decided to extend the Ore gon Central railroad to Corvallis, ctrom Saint Jo, in Yamhil...

Publication Title: Daily Astorian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 26 January 1879

-b v if Z?m -.!.'. '!""f" " -" fm-i i&m&4- 3 t -J rite gaxlg gvsteimx, o ASTORIA OREGON ISSUED BVBPwY MORNING. tMond&? Excepted), IK C. IRELAND : : PUKLISKER. Aitorian Building, Cass Sired. Terms of Subscription : fcerred by Carrier, per troek .25 Cents Sent by mail, four months . $sj 00 Seat by mail, cno year - 9 01) Frco of Postage to Subscribers. S Advcrtipomcnts inserted by the yoar at the rate of SI 50 per square per month. Transient adveviisins:, by the day or ivcok, fifty cents por square for each insertion. THE CITY. 'ThcTiwiTx Astokiax will he sait by wail at 75 cents a month, free of pnstxinc. Head--r who contemplate absenre from the city can haw Tiik AsromAN" follow them. Daily r Weukitv editions to any pol-ofncc with out additional expense Addresses may he cnanu-cdris ofUsn as desired. Leave orders at cfunlina rwm. BRIEF ANNOUNCEMENT. Valentines, all kinds. C. A. May's Service at the Baptist Church to day will he held at 11 o'clock a. m. Sun day School at 2 o...

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. — 26 January 1879

CO ttSSSt.' ' j-"- ?& 3iXas slxrcxaix. ASTORIA - OREGON TIDE TABLE POR ASTOKIA. From tables of United States Coast Survey. Hicb Water. Low Water. Date. a. m. p. m. K. M. p. M. 21 .. 2 2) 1 4'J 8 18 25 2 53 - 2 2!)! 8 55 j .. 3 14 3 OSl 9 36. 27 3 40. ....... 3 571 10 18 8 fill I) 23 .0 44 10 11 10 41 2S 4 10 4 4J, 11 05i 21). 30. 31. 1. 4 43 5 441 11 52 11 1 5 29 0 42! 0 44 6 23 7 471 0 05 1 38 7 25 S 5GI 1 91 2 39 8 27 10 051 2 10". 3 45 PORT OP ASTORIA. CLEARANCES AND DEPARTURES. CLKAltED. nropa. Norbk, 1H6 tons, Theses. Queenstown. Jan 21 ?CatrnshJre. Br, sh. 9S5 tons. JTeren. Qnecnstown. Jan 21, Stratbearn. Br. sh, Anderson, Qneenstown Jau 22 HAILED. Idaho-. 6tr, 1077 tons. Alexander. S F. Jan 23 "Wastwater Br bk J335 ton Qoeenstown, Jan 22 Shenir, Br sh 1173 tons Black Queenstown, Jan 22 Robert Lees Br bk Queenstown, Jan 22 Storm King, Am. sb, Reed Callao via Burrard Inlet. Jan 21 Brodick Bay. Br eh, Queenstown, Jan 21 Webfoot.bkt.3R2 tons. Lewis, S. F. Jan 14 Orient, brig ...

Publication Title: Daily Astorian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 28 January 1879

' 0 J . Astoria, Oregon, Tuesday Morning, January 28, 1879. !! No. 23. lMmm- wed a mm $ TELEGRAPHIC. Eastern Dispatches. Boiled Down for The Astorlaiu CHINA PREPARING TO PLANT A STEA3I COMMERCE. BAD TS'HITE WEN OR INDIANS YET AT WORK. WASHINGTON NEWS. THE PENISON BILL SIGNED. THE INDIAN TKAINSKJSK julu AND THE CHINESE BILL. SURVEYOR GENERAL'S OFFICES ALL OVER THE LAND TO BE SUMMARILY SQUELCHED. process of the plague- towards the north and eastof Russia, from the Cas pian sea along Uie course of the oiga. One difficulty in preventing the spread of the plague is the want of physi cians. T- . Ton 95. The weather ; ftftvere. and distress is great ly increased. In Paris traffic is almost suspended by snow. In Brittany and fW evinces telegraphic and rail way communication arc interrupted. Lightships are abandoning their sta tions on account of ice. The naviga tion of the Sheldt is declared danger ous, and pilots are only granted if masters of vessels will assume all re sponsibility. Pacif...

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. — 28 January 1879

o fc: m ?; p& IfoxXg &0&iro. -&Sa?ORIA. OREGOJT: C.lSiSliA5fI Editor. T UE&&Y Jaxuar Y 28, 1879 Qjhfe Teller informs us that ihe'reai interests of the people of north Idaho demand that the act for the entry ana sale of timber lands, "which ivas passed at the last session of congress for Califor nia, Oregon and "Washington, should be extended over Idaho. If the remains of A. T. Stewart have been recovered the jmDKc has not been made aware of the, lact. The !New York papers, that every day for weeks predicted the apeedy capture of the .grave "robbers, have had nothing to say of late concerning the matter. Salem Correspondence. -A PliEASAUT INTRODUCTION, AND A GEM. 'CLATSOP COUNTY VISITORS AT THE CAPITAL. TRUE STORY OP ADVEN TURES IN SEAL LIFE JVaiOH SEEMS LIKE A ROMANCE. 'SALISM'S SOCIAL SE&SOK, ETC. SPECIAL TO THE ASTOBIAJf. Salem, Jan. 2L "Man resolves, and re-resolves, then dies the same;" aaid a poet of standard authority in whatsoever related to human ...

Publication Title: Daily Astorian, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 28 January 1879

.' - & i3jjE! 3 s flxje gailg st0mmx. ASTORIA OREGON ISSUED EVERY MORNING, (Monday Excepted). D. C. IRELAXD : : PUBLISHER. Aztvrian Building, Cans Street. Terms of Subscription : borved by Carrier, per tveek .25 Cent Sent by mail, fouroonths .- ...$3 00 Sent by mail, mo year. 9 00 Free of Poftrrso to Subscribers. CS" Advertisements inserted by the year au the rato of SI 50 per square per month. Transient advcrtHnp, fey the day or 70ok, fifty cents per square for each insertion. THE CITY. t?Tlic Datly Astorian will hz sent by .milat75ccnts a nwnUi.frceof postage. Read srs who corttcmyttate absence from Vie ctiy can fute Tue Astoriax follow Uicm, Daii,v r Wekkly editions to any post-ojjicc with out additional crponsc. Addresses maybe 'znanged-as often a, desired. Leave orders at K counting room. BRIEF ANNOUNCEMENT. ' -The Good Templars entertainment -and sociable has been postponed, until ome Lime next week. The Oban bay arrived down yes terday. --- Capt Hustler's wharf is undergo...

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. — 28 January 1879

W SUM Wm 2XS siffsfcra. COMjMERCIAL AND SHIPPING. COMMERCIAL ANT SHIPPING. mANB 0LEARAN6. AT THE- " y- ' ASTORIA OREGON TIDE TABLE FOR ASTORIA. From tables of United States Coast Survey. High Wator. Low Water. Dhtc. A. m. p. m. I k. M. P. M. 24 2 2'J - 1 41)1 8 S8 8 .V.) 25 2 o3 2 21) 8 -M 0 23 2K 3 14 3 OS! D .TC i) 44 2i" 3 40 3 57J 10 1? 10 11 ,2S 4 10 4 41) 11 UT 10 41 1") 4 13 5 44! 11 52 -11 Hi 30 .. 5 21) 0 42J O 44 31 G 23 7 471 0 Oi 1 38 1 7 2 8 5fi! 1 91 2 35) 2 - 8 27 10 if)t 2 10; 3 45 mmmmmmm mamm am w i PORT OP ASTORIA. CLEARANCES ASD DEPARTURES. OLTCAKEI). Sabrina, Br bk, Liverpool, Jan. 27. Lutterworth Ur bk Quecnstown. Jani7 Enropa. Xorbk, llili tons. Thesen, Queonstown. Jan 21 SATT.TCP. Jfairnshirc. Bt. eh. 9G5 tons. Neven. Quecnstown. Jan J7. Strathearn. Br. sh. Anderson. Qucenstoivn Jan 27 lieo. W. ILIder 17oD tons Bollos. S. K Jan 26 JJaho. str, 1(77 tons. Alexander. S F. Jan 23 Wastwater Br bk S3" tons Queenstonn, Jan 22 Sbcnir, Br sli I17S tons Black Queoiibto...

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