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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily morning astorian. — 23 May 1884

0 . . ASTORIA, OREGON, FRIDAY,' MAY 23, 1384: ' PRICE, FIVE CENTS. VOL. XXI, XO. 10. A GENUINE BULL-FIGHT. Tne Cowboys Testing The Mettle of Their HerJ. There had been considerable chaf fing, variegated Tvith especially lurid ilhistraiibng of the possibilities of profanity, on the merits of the two bulls, and for peveral nights the smoke hung low over the camp fire3, as if listening, too awe-stricken to rise,, to the various stories of their prowess in former struggles. Mur cheson's men were to the westward of the trail, but they came over to Zingman's round-up, two miles to the ejpt, every evening to talk over their buii, and speculate on the chancea if Zingman's men felt the spirit of own ership in anything they want to pit against him. But Zingman's people hesitated. They had a bull, Texas, which had killed everything he had tackled, and they thought it an un fair -advantage to turn -him loose against so manifestly an inferior ani mal as Murcheson's 1'Wild Bill," though they coul...

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. — 23 May 1884

m i Site gailjj ftetoviiw. ASTOKIA, OllEGOX: FRIDAY ...MAY 23, 188 J FOOD AND GATLING GUNS. EXTRAORDINARY BANKING. Gek. Grant's partner in the bank ing business appears to be an extra ordinary young man. A New York dispatch says: Ferdinand Ward continued bis testimony before the referee yester day; and many times "while speaking almost took away the breath of the lawyers and spectators. Bangs, of nrmiisei for the receiver of Grant & Ward, conducted the examination Ward admitted -that lie never had a contract of any kind, and that he and his business were frauds from begin ning to end. Bangs cross-examined him as follews: Q. How do you draw money, on your own check? A. No sir; I draw money from Grant & Ward by their check, getting the money at banks. Q. How do you do it? A. WolL CoL Grant might give me a check for $50,000, and I would get tho money. Q. Then how wonld you pay Col. Grant? A. T would give him my check. Q. How could you pay it? A. From what he and other people pu...

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. — 23 May 1884

? jiattn astcrim. ASTORIA, OREGON: FRIDAY .MAY 3. 1531 ISSUED 2TVERY MORNING. (Monday excepted) J. F. HALLORAN & COMPANY, PCBLWHEKS .AM TKOI'IilirrOfiF, AUTOWAN EUILDINO. - - CAS .TIU:CT Term of Subscription. Sonred by Carrier, per weak l&cUJ. Seut by JHj11. per mouth . OMs. " " one ear .7.00 Free ofpostao to 'ub-..:nlH,n. Advertisements hiMjrted by thejrarat rhe rate of $2 per square per month. Tran sient advertising fifty cents per square, e.-ica Insertion. THISGS AS THE! OCCUB. The Aloha is off for Tillamook with merchandise. Binger Hermann will deliver an ad dress here next Friday. P. "W. Baltes, th6 old-time foreman of The Astobuk, is in the citj for a few days. '" AUOO-ton scow will ba cold cheap at E. C. Holden's auction rooms to-morrow morning. W. B. Bos3 rom to Oysttsrvillo "next week to organize a lodge of A. U. U. w. at that place. Cashing Post No. H, G. A R., propose giving a grand ball at Uocidentai nail on the eieaing of July 4th. The.. A. B. Field left for Til...

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. — 23 May 1884

'WU ? rj Itc gaHjj n5tiat. ASTORIA, OREGON: FIUDAY... MAY 2, 1RP4 SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE PORT OF ASTORIA. RtAD hUli ah A. S. B. Mead. An k Queens own May 21 VESSELS IS 77 K RIVER. Red Cro. Am en Alden Beste, Axa bk ltata. BrDk horrexaan. Br bk Henxr YUlard. An sp atte Jasesca. Er B S'tVarMnnnn, Ani sp Martha fUSer. ., Cbes. ;oteBworth Br bk ikdale. Br bk Abernmlth Ccstle.Brp Tythnnc. Br bk JoTM.lie.TeT. Hot bk ressuLs us this wa t. iBroBi Fr-tjr I'ortu, for the 4'olumula River Alpheta. Brbk Loudon Mar 21 City of Tork. Grecnook April 11 GrisetSnle, Br sp Llverpool.Aprll 9 Jupiter Br bk Llrerpool April 15 Klrkwod, Ersp 12"S Sydney MtrtiT Largo OjS-it. Brsp Hull March 13 Werra.Gerbk Liverpool Mar 1 From American Ports. Alameda. Am sp K V Jaa 15 Belle of Oregon, AabklKBNowAort Mir 1 rilntnn - Hnnirkansr. Anrll P .0 S Bczuer.t, Am sp 1SJ0 Philadelphia April 2a TIDI2 TAULE FOB ASTOKIA. MAY. : - niOH WATEIt. J LOW WATCH. " First. Second. 1 First. SecondT" e v 2 I 2 2 5 2 2 s if: i? J: a c H...

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. — 24 May 1884

CO & 4 trrii - . ,v : t-WiS y-1 lNS .? : -: is if? r s i jj r.i 3feL.!JSi a;&v i: v A A v vol. x;(, :o. 4i. ASTORIA, OREGON, SATURDAY, 31 A V 21, 13o PRICE, FIVE CENTS. eBSss. $. vz&amfg f- -E-fj9 jfr. m - , I KA1& lV a I ii-ai.&l jrl WW twirl tl HI ----- X 4 1 t k . . T". - m ' w -2 l&y bi 7 TJ . iu FJX?nE&Yvv JB5&& VL, IH m. . H. i . 1M. Jfl . A. vrEE-r: x- t - -v ir SUGGESTIONS TO INDEPENDENT VOT ERS. In an article on "The Use and Abuse of Parties" in the June Century, Washington Gladden in conclusion Bays of .parties: "What, then, is the duty of intelligent and patriotic men respecting them? To this question various answers are riven: Ml. Keep out of political life. It is hopelessly corrupt You can do noth ing to purify it. Let it alone. "This is the argument of despair, lightly urged by many frivolous and faithless souls, but not to be enter tained by any patriot "2. Yote always, but belong to no party. Join the unorganized mob of Independent...

Publication Title: Daily Morning Astorian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily morning astorian. — 24 May 1884

F".,wjpi "'jiip'A CV She ojatttj Dtotiatu ASTORIA, OREGON: SATURDAY. ..MAY 24. 16S4 CONCERNING OFFICE HOLDERS If the reports from Washington nre to be credited, the franiers of the present civil service law secured the passage of a bill that has created n flurry among the federal office-hold era "who serve on political commit tees. Section eleven of the act pro pre vides: No senator or representative or territo rial delegate of congress, or any officer or employe of either house, and no ex ecutive, judicial, military or naval officer of the United States, and no clerk or em nlnvo of anv department of the govern ment of the United States shall direotly or indirectly solicit or receive or in any manner be concerned in soliciting and receiving any assessment, subscription or contribution for any political purpose whatever from anv onicer, cleric, or em ploye of the United States, or from any person receiving compensation from any moneys derived from the treasury of the United States. S...

Publication Title: Daily Morning Astorian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily morning astorian. — 24 May 1884

(3 ?tw gaHg gstovimu ASTORIA, OREGON: SATURDAY "Z. MAY 21. 1-S1 ISSUED EVERY MORNING. (.Monday cxcopicd) J. F. HA.L.L.ORAN & COMPANY. 1'Cul.i.siikus ani pnormiTTOK. abtoriam:uiloi.no, - - c.AKsTni:i;T Term of Subscription. Hemxl by Carrier, per e-jk l.V-:s. ieut Uy Mail, per inomiu. , fiv't-ts. ' " one year .7.aj Free ol poitao lo subscriber. Ed1" Advertisements inserted l tin- jtrat the rate of 2 per square per i;it:itli. " Tran sient advertNui;: tlft wills per square, fach Insertion. ABOUND THK CITY. Queen Vic's birthday. Tho A. B. Field is off for Grav's har bor this morning. Bead Holdcn's auction Hales adverliped for this morning. Cushing llclief Post No. 3 will be or ganized this evening. Assistant Surgeon G. F. Wilson has been assigned to temporarv dutv at Fort Canby. The first ezoursion of the season on the Clara Parker to-morrow to iouug's river falls; see adv. Attention is directed to the announce ment of J. C. Ross regarding his candi dacy for coroner. Fish' are coming...

Publication Title: Daily Morning Astorian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily morning astorian. — 24 May 1884

w She galls wfett ASTORIA, OREGON: SATURDAY. -..MAY 24. IBM SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE TORT OF ASTORIA. RhAD t-Oll SEA. S. E. Mesd. Am W Queens own Ma 22 VESSELS IS THE RIVER. Red Crosa. Am sp Alden Bee, Am Ms ltat&,firbk Norseman. Er d HenrTVlUard.Amjp f tstle Jtmwoa. iir ok MtWashington, Am ep Martha Fuller, Chan. ;ot8wirth Br bk Kskdale. Br bk Atcrtwitb Catle.Br sj Tythonus, Rr bfc Jorsilfaror, .Nor bk PESSELS OH THE WA F. From Toreieu J'orlK. fer lht Columbia River Alpbeta. Br bk London Mar SI City of York. Greenock April 11 Grisedale, Br sp Liverpool. April 8 Jupiter Er bk Liverpool April 15 KIrkvrood, Brsp 12T3 Sydney Mar 22 Largo Law. Br sp linll March 13 Werre. Ger bk Liverpool May 1 From American Port. Alaaeda. Am sp K Y Jan 13 Belle of Oregon, Am bk lt3 New "Vork Mar 1 Coloma. Hongkong, April F 0 S Beraent. Am fp 1900 Philadelphia April W TIDK TABLEFOK ASTORIA. MAY. nian watkr. low -vatkr. ' Plrt. Second. 1 First. .Secoutl. Z e I 2J 1 j2 2 S s F i h a P is h a i m. JS ft. i...

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. — 25 May 1884

CO " ' V. - - -j- . YOL. XXT, NO. 42. ASTORIA, OREGON, SUNDAY, 31 AY 25, 1884. PRICE, FIYE CENTS. i p. 11 w J I lii I illl&ifK Jnl BRilT II i 11 III ill CAPE FLATTERY SEAL I'lSIU'IUES. A Dajjccrou. Rut Profitable Indji-try There is a j-eiernl belief that all lhe fur seal pelts that arc obtained on this coast come from the seal islands off the coast of Alaska, which arc leased by the government to the Alas ka Commercial Company. This is an error. There is another and by no means inconsiderable source of sup ply, "which, moreover, is not mono polized by any one company, and which affords, during certain seasons of the year, a handsome profit to quite a number of enterprising traders, and employs a comparatively large num ber of men. This is the hunting and capture of seals a considerable dis tance off snore in the Pacific, at their feeding "grounds," at various places along the coast from Alaska to Lower California. The most important of these feeding grounds is on a bank about th...

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. — 25 May 1884

ra fe ft.." no 1 mzsuftvi. &c sDaUn Stetovuw. c2? ASTOKIA, OREGON: SUNDAY. MAY 25. 168- 27JE EVOLUTION OF XATIOXS. "Whek our national overnnicn'' was established the most far-seeing statesman knew little of what was be ioro them. They possibly foresaw our territorial expansion, auc dreamed of a time when a hundre. million of people should dwell undea our flag. But they had never seen a steamboat, a railroad, a lino of tele graph poles strung with a single wire, to say nothing of a dozen. They hac never heard of coal oiV or lucifei matohes, or reapers, mower, gang plows or sewing machines. Tlie would never have believed a fastmaL train could cross the continent in five days, nor the lightning flashing un der the Atlantic ocean on nine cables. If the fathers of the revolution coulc look down on thia country to-day the great corporations with their im mense woalth and power, would no startle them half as much as the ap pliances and men managing the ex ecutive department of tho TJni...

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. — 25 May 1884

Tiir- I III I 1 l llli WtWlM.Hi mi 'W.i'ZaZ m $ltf fhnU? torian. ASTOKIA, OREGON: SUNDAY. ...MAY :s. is?: ISSUED EVERY MORNING. (Monday excepted; J. F. HAL.L.ORAN & COMPANY. turLisiiEiw Ar rR"ivi:ii:roi:rt, AbTOIlIAN' UCILDIn. - - (.WSTnKTi Terms of Sel.rritlw: rforved b Carrier, ;tr wet?!; ont y Mail, per month " r one year Froo ot pwUut' to ubs.-r"'cft IV:::?. SWJ3. I '. $2TAdvertlsem?:it; insurted tv tin- uir :it the rate of 82 tr square ier month. Tran sient advortlsinj; fif tv ctti per iusiiv, each uirtlon. SC.VDAV XOKS'IXU ITEM Hut seven days remain in which to ?.ave the state. G. A. It. memorial services at Congre gational church this evening. There vfero several private picnic. t Alderbrook and elsewhere yesterday. Chaplain Scott will preach at the 13ap tist ohnroh at 11 a. a:., and T:HD Jm- to day. Gospel service at the V M. C. A. hall at 2:4D thia afternoon. Everybody wel come. Has the Clatsop road project gone glimmering through the drer.ms of things that were? A comp...

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. — 25 May 1884

S'j t W" . -M. 4l.x 35 '"ijROtr- i J .aj3f! (?0 ftc gaUjf j$iamw. ASTORIA OREGON: SUNDAY.. MAY25. 1SS! SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE PORT OF ASTORIA. SAILED. Oricon as. Pohlman. S V Hay 21 g. K. Mead. Am bk Queens otrn Meyil ARRIVALS FROM SKA. Stata of OaUtorala. t-a Debney. S KMny 2 VESSELS JX THE RIFER. Red Cross. Am 3D Alden Besc. Am t lUtatBrbk Norseman. Br tK Honry Villard. Aai fP Jessie Jcraewn.l.r UK llt'WashlCKtoa, Amsp .Mart fin risner. Cncs. Jotesworth Br bk lkdale. Br bk Aborstwith C&sth.Br ap Tythonas, Br bk JorsMfarer. Korbk VESSELS Oft' THE WA J'. o From ForoicM PortH. for llic Columbia Biter Alpbeta. Brbk London Mar SI City of York. Greenock April 11 Grissdale, Br sp Liverpool. April 9 Jupiter Br bk Liverpool April 15 KirkBwd. Brsp IT. Sydney Mar 27 Lbi-ko Law. Br ep Hull March 19 fferra. Gor bk Liverpool May 7 From American Ports. Alameda. Am sp K Y .Tan 13 Bello of Orecon. Am bk lb'9 New Vork Mar 1 f 'nJnraa. HoncVcn", April f 0 S Bsraent, Am sp 1DC3 Philadelphia April ...

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. — 27 May 1884

v 05 - , i VOL. XXI, XO. 43. ASTORIA, OREGON, TUESDAY, MAY 27, 1884. PRICE, FIYE CENTS. li ill If 31 B wl ll 1 llliTOsas t IMl I HI 1 I 111 I I SOME FLORID YrfCSEAnOES. The Judije took s,ugur in hi v.iih just "a leetle water,' tin rest or us took it straight lit our cigars, and ihen we snnlered out lo the lone ' rambling piazza, took chsirs and grouped ourselves fore pleasant ohat. It was a glorious morning in June; the air was balmy with the scent of flowers, and vibrated with tho mock ing birds joyous notes. There were four of us in the group, the Colonel, the Judge, the Major and myself. The Colonel was in momentary bad humor. His dignity had been ruffled !y the colored bartender. Ho had filled his glass nearly full at the bar in order to economize time and the negro noticing this, presumed on old acquaintance end snid: "Why, Cun net, dat's a powerful bi; drink yon is takin." The Colonel glared at him a moment and said: "la that any of your d d business?" And turning to us remark...

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. — 27 May 1884

m i gaUtj )tfioran. ASTORIA, OREGON: TUESDAY MAY 27. IBS! TUE DEMOCRATIC SENATOR FROM OREGON. Sekatoe Slateu has written a let ter to the editor o the Sunday Wel come a commendable thing for a senator to do. The editor ot the Sun day Welcome has published it, which is a commendable thing for an editor to do. In the letter the senator from Oregon brings state politics into the broader field of national legislation. He charges that the Republican party is responsible for the present delay concerning the forfeiture of railroad grants. Assent or denial is here un necessary. The question is not R-hether the Republican party is or is not responsible for the failure of nec essary legislation in a Democratic congress. But it is pertinent to sug gest to the Democratic senator from Oregon that if he starts this matter going he mustn't complain if ho gets a little more publicity than the editor of our esteemed Sabbath contem porary gives him. Senator Slater in his published letter expresses hi...

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. — 27 May 1884

m ht gaitg glioma. ASTORIA, OREGON: TUESDAY 7 17.1 3lAY 27. lb ISSUED EVERY MORNING. (Monday excepted) J. F. HALLORAN & COMPANY, l'UI'.LI.NIIKKs AS l I'KOl'KIirrOK'., AhTORlAN BUILDING, - - CASS&TKL'E'I Term of Subscription. Sen tJ by Carrier, per w ctk J5cts. Sent by Mall, pw raimt'i wets. ' " ' one vear .... .... 7.09 t roo of postage to j: rlbt-rs. IST" Advertisements inw:rd bj the ear at the rate of $2 p r .square per month. Tnu slent advertLsiuR fifty cents per square, eacb Insertion. AROCXD THE CITY. Begulnr council meeting to-night. See the gaslight exhibition thia eve ning. Astor Lodge lo. C, R. of P., elects offi cers to-morrow evening. L N. Darland has sold lm cigar and fruit stand to C. N. Martin. Reserved seats for the Kate Casileton performance at the .Ner York Novelty store. Cashing Belief corps, No. 3, will meet at the G. A. IJ. Hall at two o'clock this afternoon. Marriage licenses don't show up very strong in numbers at the county clerk's offices nowaday;. Be...

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. — 27 May 1884

m" m Iftc gja ioratt. ASTORIA, OREGON: TUESDAY. ....MAY 11 SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE POUT OF ASTORIA. VESSELS IS THE UlYlUi. o lied Crota. Am ip Alden Besw, Aia bk lt&U. Brbk Norseman. I3r bk Henrr Villard, Am p J&ssle Jaaesen. Br HJc MfVVii'hinstoo. Aistip Martha tihor. (Jbaa. 'JofBWortu Br Ilskdale. !'r bk Abrtw5th Ct!.l.r pp Tjtfjonu. Brbk: Jorsalfarer. crM. masses o.v the WAY. rrt'im JForolsii lortr. forlhf- Colombia KiTrr Alpbata. Br bk Loa-Jor Mm- SI Oity of York. Grnenook April 11 Griscdalo, Br sp Liverpool. April J Jupiter. Brbk Liverpool April 15 KlrkTTOcd, Br sp 12CS Sydney MarK Largo La. Br sp Hell MtrcblS Warm. Ger bk Liverpool May 7 From American Port. Alameda. Am spJTY Jan 15 Belle of OreEon, Am bk UC9 Now ork Mar 1 rulnni. HnnakonJT. April p O 8 Bement, Am sp 1900 Philadelphia April 23 TIPF. TABIiE FOB ASTORIA. MAY. - - iiion watiul low water. " Fum. Second. I First. Second. 0 3 I 2 2 2.S 1 a m 2 a: S 2 6 g g 1 h 5 h St- a ft.. .. I a.w... 7 11 8 25 10 49 1157 112...

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. — 28 May 1884

tu 111 ;iiii f Jil 1 1p I If l""ji&Mjy?fe jTi-jl L LI 11 L LLJI i " PRICE, FIVE CE3SEC& VOL. XXI, XO. ii. ASTORIA, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, MAY 28, 1884. PRESIDENTIAL POSSIBILITIES. "W.wnNOTox, Afay tiC. -General MncYeagh's letter to Brhlow pub lished the dey before th meeting of the 2t ow Yoj k merchants to endorse Arthur, has boeu the irlncipal tuh ject of gossip for the past week. The letter was admittodly violent and in the worst of taste, bnt it po strongly put all the things thai the politicians have lately been thinking about, but did not utter, that everybody ac knowledges the wind to be complete ly taken out of the merchants' meet ing. Many western congressmen hold tho opinion that even if lacVeagh's letter had not intervened to strip the mercantile endorsement of pome of its .entimentalitiea, the fact that the New York bussiness men were at tempting to bolster up Arthur's boom would injure that gentleman in the west They .say the western people regard 2ew York buf-iut'S3...

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. — 28 May 1884

w Wm ffattjj gtoriau. ASTORIA, OREGON: WEDNESDAY MAY 23. lfe&J THE NEXT DEMOCRATIC PRESI DENTIAL CANDIDATE. Ok bright afternoons a gentleman of medium stature, slightly bent by infirmity and ago, and -whoso facial expression appears to betoken sud den muscular contraction, can bo seen strolling in the vicinity of Gramercy park in New York city. A man-servant follows at a respectful distance. The gentleman's attire is plain almost to severity, but his ensemble is one of exauislte neatness. "When in re- Tose his countenance is clerical in its aspect. With his hands crossed behind, head bent forward as if in deep meditation, and almost a shuf fling gait, he wanders about. Occa sionally he -will pause, elevate his head as if to drink in the merry chirping of the birds -which frequent the neighborhood, and-then resume hiB strolL That the gentleman is known to tho habituc3 of surrounding man sions is a matter of course, but to those -who have occasion incidentally to viBit tho noigbor...

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. — 28 May 1884

& Twt flam stohiu ASTORIA, OREGON: WEDNESDAY- I. MAY 2. mi -83UJ3D EVERT MORNING. 'Monday excepted J. F. ESJL,L.ORAtf & COMPANY. ASTOKIAN UUILDINCi. - - CASK .TUTU T T?ri ofSubseripilos. Scrvwl bv C.irrit-r. per vr-i 15,-is. Sent by Mail. p- moist ii rj&ct. " " onejear .. .7.w Free of postage to sui-ritris. Adverllse:nent iusfrted In : lie oar at the rat of : j r sti;i.u pci month. " Tr-sti-sieut :uiv'rii-hij; fifty cruis per sfttiiu-e. nidi insertion. .NEWS AHOUXI) T0V?"2f. Tho city council did not raet lost j Bight. j Kate Castletou in Top" at Occidental i lal tO-mght. I The Columbia a: rive? in thin meming: the State leaves our. Election of ofiicers at A-;tor L'j&rs, No. 6, E. of P.. to-night. Tho Jjrazvt ib tho latent addition to tho lower Columbia steamer ilcet. Hesorved seats for to-night':; psrform- auce at ew iork Novelty store. Wilson & Fisher's telephone number is D9. Mrs. O'Brien's Ftnge line, '22. Beginning June Sd to San Francisco steamers will go ba...

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. — 28 May 1884

eo he gaUjt bottom. ASTORIA, OREGON: WEDNESDAY. ...MAY 23, 18SI SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE PORT OF ASTORIA. VESSELS IS THE RIVER. Rd Croa. Am ad ldii ItesK), Am b! MtWapninfrwn, Ara pp Martha riaer, .,, Chan. ;otewnrui Br w: Kkdftl. r bk At-er-twiia C&rtle.Br ep Trthonni. BrbK Jor&lxarr, Nor to Itata, HrtiK NorKdtn Br bk Henry Villard. Km sp Jei.lo jB'uegin. Br Uk VESSELS OJTJIE WAY. FruHi i'oreJffii Ports, for lk Columbia Elver Alphsta. Br bk i-ondoc Mar 21 Oltj of Yor&. Greeaook April 11 GriKKla'o. Br pp Liverpool Apnl f Jnpiter. Br bi Liverpool April 15 KIrkwood, Brsp 12 Sydney Mwtt Largo Law. Br ap Hall March 13 Werra. Gor bk LiTerpool Mar 1 From American Forte. Alameda, An ap N Y Jan IS Belle of Orccon. Am bk 11C9 JVew "Vorfc Mar I Coloma. Hongkong, April P O S Bemeat, Am sp 1M0 Philadelphia AjwUfcJ Tf DK TABLE FOB AHTORTA. MAY. HIGH WATrE. LOW TTATET.. l1rst. Sfcond. First. faecond. w 3i i 2 2 sT 2 ft 7. ,S I A. tn. ,2 A. . v A. m. r5 19 7 11 66 8 13 70 1 12 25 IE O'T "...

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