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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily morning astorian. — 29 May 1884

CO '. S"- 7Tk SsJ fcr. Ulrx-n. i . --k .7"-"-"" y7 fSvK.fp? 8JEsSf'f&. S -jtm rJlttr- rjt: TrrXV VOL. XXI. XO. 13. ASTORIA, OREGON, THURSDAY, 3IAY 29, 1884. PRICE, FIVE CENTS. A -HBA 4 A fttiirrAif. h a. M 11 vtf 1 4k4k Es m W It AW, Sill H II J h WJmrwJr sy Jvwy iy W 5 : OUR SENATORS. How tlu rjipor Hmi-e of Cmiinc Con- Joaquin Miller, in a recent letter, says "To put it in plain,Oregon English, it is a big corral, nearly square, with a fence about fifteen "feet high, and would hold, probably, 200 lat and f ullgrown steers. "For the first few davs,' said the Hon. J. TV. Nesmith of Oregon, "I "wondered how in the world I ever got hore. But after I began to get acquainted I wondered still more how the other fellows got here." There are no posters on the fence of the big corral, but there is a great deal of old gold and gingerbread work. On the top of the fence and sloping back and upward, as in a the atre, there are fire successive rows of gray, hard seat, running eutireh around ...

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. — 29 May 1884

on - Site gaitg gtorum. ASTOKIA, OREGOKs THURSDAY.. .MAY 2), 1SSI A rLW LITTLE FIGURES. 2?he Republican national conven tion meetsnext Tuesday. A. majority of the people o the United States think that it will nominate the next president. In estimating the chances of Re publican success this year, and dis cussing the phases of the situation it must be borne in view that the vic torv of 1850 was won only through very strenuous endeavor, and by a very small margin. There were some ad vantage on the Republican side in that contest which are hardly to be expected in the impending straggle, and certain inflencea which then operated to determine the course of a good many wnvering voters are not now to bo so much counted -upon; and vet with such special aids to success defeat was so narrowly missed that there wad not much room for boast ing. The election of GarSold was aplura lity triumph. While he secured 2U of the 369 electoral votes, he did not receive a majority of the popular vote by o...

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. — 29 May 1884

m ?ht SteUg gtsiovum. STATK AMI TEUIUTORIAXj KWS. ACROSS THE C05TISE5T. ASTOUIA, OKKGON: ITintSHAY l.V 2-. laM Tim O. S. L. innchine :uid cur shops are (o bt located at La Grande. , Ja. Oliver, who lived near Echo, aud I whoso loe was unremitted, blew his 1- ' Senator Sherman is trying to win over some of the Blaine delegates from Ohio. The Democratic national convention vrill 1m5 asked to commit the party to the issue of tariff revision. to-dstv at I Captain G. H. Perkins has been pcr- ij 4 lrt v- I iiniAMlr nrrlnmtl 4 ulm wimmnnri nf tMfn1a , s.r-ntHll ..:... -i. .......1 . . , ..!.t" . n ' .l ' tr & j t iiil J. F. H&1A.OKAX & COMPANY, honors. , Ex-Senator Thomas C. Piatt offers to 1-rm.i.tiihiin Mi'i:oiisii r:ts. The ayed mother of 1. Cluucli, of tell tho alleged trno Htory of tho appoinfc- fcTniAYi;t'HDLi-. - - i isvr-ri'T "orilaad. died euddenlv :it tho residence uiont of Stanley Matthews ton seat on ' . . r.:r rri, :.Jr2 logd bruins out last Tuesday. ISSUED EVERY M...

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. — 29 May 1884

" --:vJFiS--sp85Wv.Wk - m $te gattj statott. ASTORIA, OREGON: TT U ?SD Y MAY. 8, 1RS1 SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE PORT OP ASTORIA. SAILED. Stto oi California, se Debner. S V May S3 ARR1 VALS FROM SKA. Columbia, ss S F May 23 VESSELS IX THE RIVER. Red Cross, Am n Alden Bosse, Am bk Itata. Brbk MfWartnncton, Am pp Martha lisher. Unas. Jotewortb Br bk 5oromiB. Er bk n.. vinVn Amen AhoriwithCa!tle.Br Kskd&le. mdk Jessie Jameson. Br Bk Tjrtbonas, Br bt cJorsaltarer, Nor ot VESSELS OX THE WAY. o FroHi Foreleu Ports, for the Colombia Elver Alpheta. Brbk London Msr SI Oitr of York. Greenock April 11 Grised&le, Br sp Liverpool. April 9 Jupiter. Br bk Liverpool April 15 Kirfcwood, Brsp 1279 Sydney Mar 27 Largo Law. Br ep Hull Maroh IB fYcrra, Gar bk Liverpool May 1 From American Porta. Alameda. Am sp" If Y Jan 15 Bello of Orccon, Am bk 1169 New Vork Mar I Onlama . Hcnnkonc April O S Bcmoat, Am ep I960 Philcdnlphia AprilS) "tIDK TABLE FOB ASTORIA. MAY. niOH WATKR. LOW WATKK. First. booond. 1...

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. — 30 May 1884

PRICE, FIVE CENT&, VOL. XXI, NO. 46. ASTORIA, OREGON, FRIDAY, MAY 30, 1884. OREGON IN THi: UNITED STATES CONGRESS. 'Old Webtoot" -write the OreyoA nian as follews: j A bill to provide o civil go eminent for the territory or Alaska passed tuo senate, having been introduced by Senator Hanson of Indiana, chair man of the committee on territories, which, bill is almost identical "with the one introduced by Mr. George in the 47th and 48th congresses. It has passed the house and awaits the sitjna lure of the president. The bill providing for the opening of the Umatilla Indian reservation has been favorably reported by the house committee on Indian affairs and Btands near the head of the calender of the house. The bill for the relief of Mrs. Eliza JJoddy on' account of Modoc depre dations ha3 passed the house and senate and become a law. The bill for the lelief of CoL W. L. White for services performed over twenty years ago as clerk in the land office "at Oregon City was favorably re p...

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. — 30 May 1884

m Site gait IMtoratt, ASTORIA, OREGON: HilDAY.- MAY CO, 18S1 THE DECLINE OF LIBERIA. FIVE MILLION IMPORTED EGGS. The littlo black republic of Liberia, which has long boon in a decline, is apparently near to death. It ia mere ly a case of disparity between incouio and outgo. For some time the cost of carrying on the government has been more than a hundred thousand dol lars annually, while the revenue, de rived principally from customs, has averaged something like eighty thou, sand dollars. In 1874, a debt of 500, 000, at 7 per cent, interest was created, which was taken by English capi talists. !So interest has been paid since 1874 and the creditors threaten to close out the concern in order to get their money. This is simply the failure of a pure ly sentimental idea which never had in it the fain test suggestion of practi cality. In the early part of the cen tury philanthropically disposed per sons saw no other way to get rid of slavery except that of shipping the negroes back to Af...

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. — 30 May 1884

tht ftaUjj Slstmfeit, ASTORIA, OREGON: riillJAY. MAY?u. 1U ISSUED EVERY MORNING. tMtmdaj evpU'd) J. F. HALLORAN & COMPANY. VUBLUHfiCS AND l'KAnai'TOJtd, AbTOUIAXHUILDIAG. - - h' TKKKT Trmn of SuV riplJon. bor od In C.tmer, !- uxvk IVto. Sent by Mall, per morlb ttets. " " " ono year . .. T.ro Free ot ptntao to fcabxcrSlr-" tyAdverti3oi:u!.:3 inverted lt iWjoKrut the rate ot pri miiihiv pi r untiitli. Tran sient atf vertWmj: Hitj com -. per .qiinrp, -aeli insertion. ITEMS, LOCXLAD OTHERWISE. The Idaho will be down to duy, Dr. Fulton's telephone number ib 4.1. To-day is a legal holiday in thi.3 staie. Memorial service et the Conregstionel ehnrch this evening. Chaplain Scott -will deliver thsaddresa afthe G. A. R. memorial sarricc- thia eve ning. It is to Le hoped tiiat ih Portland fashion Vfill not prevail outside of that city to any great extent this reason. Binger Hermann vrill address the citi zens of Astoria at Occidental hall this evening. Rerved Heats for ladies. Service prep...

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. — 30 May 1884

WJ fte gailg tffotfafc ASTORIA, OEEGON: FRIDAY. ..MAY 30. 1681 SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE PORT OF ASTORIA. VESSELS N THE RIVER. ' 0 Bod Otom. Am sp Alden Bese, Am Mj Martb FIaer, Unas. ;oteirorth Br I Kekdsle. Br bk Aberatwith OsaO.Br ep Tythonni,Brbk Jorslf arer. Tioi bs iuu, uroK Nonemin. Br Mc Henry VHlird, Am sp Jessie Jbracmea. Br tit: VESSELS OX THE WAT. From Foreian Forts, Tortae Colombia Bivcr Alpbeta. Er bfc l.on Jon Mar SI City of York. Greenock April It Grisedale. Br sp Liverpool. April Jupiter. Br bk LiTerpooI April 15 Klrkwood, Brsp 129 Sydney Mr Largo Iatt. Br sp Hull March 13 Werra, Ger bk Liverpool May 1 From America Farts. Alameda. Am spNYJaa 15 Brilo of Oregon. Am bk 1169 New York Mar 1 Coloma. Hongkong. April O 3 Bcmsnt, Am ap 1500 Philadelphia April 39 TIOE TABLE FOB ASTOKf A.' MAY. HIGH WATER. LOW TVATEB. First. Second, j first. Second. ll 1 J- h. m. It. m. h. 7S. h. m. 112 0 22 3 M 4 51 COO 6C9 7 57 8 47 251 152 2-1 00 1-51.S 49L OUI 4 43 03 542 -0'4 X 31 e-7 1-0 SI...

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. — 31 May 1884

01 T0L.XX1, NO. 47. ASTORIA, OREGON, SATURDAY, MAY 31, 1884. PRICE, FIVE CENTS. ki:i:cisi:. It lntliu-uw upon tin- SIoiH KcmruR- able Illustrations of Trained treneth. The old ltoinans, who conquered eighty-six foreign nations, had recog nized the secret of success when they called their armies '"exercitus" bodies of drilled or exorcised men. Exer cise overcomes all difficulties, and if the power of its iniluencp has limits, they have never bern ascertained. It insures every victory; practice, i. e., exercise end experience, would enable ahundredjreterans to beat a thousand recruits', even if the recruits were better armed. A brigade of ordinary riflemen would have no chance against a regiment of picked archers, such as were employed in war in the middle ages. In the London tower and m. the armories of Strasbur, Nuremberg and Vienna, ihero are several coats of mail that have been pierced through and through, and evidently by the same shot. That is, the arrow has broken the breast-pl...

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. — 31 May 1884

m Wxt gailjj stowtett. ASTORIA, OREGON: SATURDAY. .. ..MAY 31. 1B84 LAND GRANTS IN CONGRESS. A Washington dispatch of the 29th says: In anticipation of tho adjourn ment of congress without final action on theproposed land grant forfeiture bills, the house committee on public lands has prepared a report which will be submitted on the first opportunity, in which they recommend the passage of a joint resolution, suspending the issue of certificates of lands within the limits of grants to railroads in all cases in whioh bills are pending before congress for forfeiture of suck grants, until final action shall have been taken by congress, The committee-desires the passage of this resolution, because in his annaul re nort. the secretary of the interior in formed congress that in the absence of congressional action in respect to railroad land grant3, the department has been in tho habit of issuing patents for land when the roads are constructed, whether' they are built within or after the t...

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. — 31 May 1884

C33 fht Saitjj storintu ASTORIA, OREGON: SATUKDAY 1 Z. HAY 31. 151 ISSUED EVERY MOKNIKG. (Monday excepted; J. F. HALLOBAN & COMPANY, I'UBLIallKIcfi AND I'KOmiETOKo, AtJTOEJB'vN BUILDIM:. - - CA-hVrRKKT Tcnnt of Suliscrlp'.inn. .Served liv Carrier, per we'! Ji'N. Scut by M.iU. per mu:tb .. Wct . " " " on" year 7.00 Froo of postage to subv-riK v- SP Advertisement :n-crtM 5 the oar at the rate of s! ivi 3fiu;uo icr uinntii. Tran sient advertising llft chu pf-r Miuan. each insertion. AHOUXD THE CUT. Summer lias come. Strawberries and cream. Talk is cheap; votes count. Cotuicil meeting to-night i.mb?. Siqhtrcn hours of dnvluihl nowaday?, Of conrse, you're gcinfc to tho Jtepub lioan rally at'Ocoideutal hall to-night. School close in district No. 9 nest Fri day. Mrs. L&rr&nc.3 and Jilis GoimoIIc have conducted a very successful tma The final argument m ihe easo ol Captain Fiavel vs. tho Quern of the Pa cific has boen s&t for next Taasday. The Httlo on of Mr. Wood of Cpnr A9...

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. — 31 May 1884

00 Mht gaihj tfiotfatt. ASTORIA, OREGON: BATURDAY MAY SI. 16S4 SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE PORT OF ASTORIA. ARRIVAL FROM SKA. Coloma. Uonstons My0 VESSELS IX THE RIVER. Red Orose. Am ep Alden Bobfo, Axn Ik ltata, Brbk Norseman. Br bk -HaiT Yillard, Axnsn' ' Jeit lo Jameson, Br Ufc MtWasbinirton, Ara -p Mxh Fisher, CMs. Jote8irortb Br, ok Eskd&le. Br bit Abertlth Castle.Brfp Tytbonns &t bt Jorsalftror. Nor fck VESSELS OK THE WAT. rroHi Forcieu Ports, for Ibe Columbia River AlpheU, Brbk Louder Mar SI City of York. Oreenook April 11 Grlsedale, Br gp LlrorpooL April 9 Jnpiter. Br Mc Liverpool April 13 Kirkwood, Brsp 1279 Sydney Mu2I Largo Lair. Br ep Hull March 13 Wen. Ger bk Liverpool May 7 From American Ferts. Alameda. Am apKY Jan IS Belle of Oregon, Am bk 1 163 New York Mar I O S Bement, Am sp 1900 Philadelphia April 2S TIOK TABIEFOE ASTORIA.' JUNE. mon water. LOW WATER. First. becond. I First. ijecond- m'Z h. m. h. m. h. Til 0-7 1-0 13 W A8 -1-9. The hours botwoen mid ilzht and no...

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. — 1 June 1884

01. ASTORIA, OREGON, SUNDAY, JUNE 1, 1884. PRICE, FIVE CENTS:- VOL. XXI, ISO. 4S. Till! CANADIAN ANACONDA. There id trouble in jlanitobs. There is no balm in Ottawa to cure it The Dominion invites settler", but the set tlers wont railway outlets for their surplus produce, anil the Dominion having abdicated its powers in favor of a great corporation, cannot re spond to tho demand of the Bottlers and the corporation positively refuses to do so. The settlers threaten im migration to the United States, and are even talking about revolution and secession, unless the Ottawa authori ties shall constrain the corporation anaconda of their creation to relax ill crashing coils. This is about the situatien: The distance from "Winni peg, the oapital of Manitoba, is 2509 xnile3 from the mouth of the St Law rence, mhree-fifths of this distance Js traversed by the anaconda's rail way, and the company insists that all the surplus produce of "the great lone land" shall be bhipped by this long railroa...

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. — 1 June 1884

Czj m ga iomn. ASTORIA, OREGON: SUNDAY ..JUNE 1. 1884 A OUMPSE AT'ROYALTY." A book likely to be widely read for its glimpses into the byways of Eu ropean royalty is "The Life and Let tenrpf. Princess Alice." Trom the proud and rich En dish court to the qually prond but purse-pinched pal ace at Darmstadt was a sea-change indeed, and the letters of thePrincess wiU do good if only showing how much better off an American busi ness man's wife is than was this daughter of the riehest kingdom in the world. The letters of the Princess to her family in England, and particularly the Queen, a memoir translated from the German and a preface by the Princess Helena, .make up the Ixxiy of the book. With the history of the Prinoess from her childhood and early life 13 the favorite daughter of Princo Albert down to her death by diptheria contracted at the bedside of her children, the world is familiar. It can, however, do no harm to read again this story of the life of a wo man who, although a princ...

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. — 1 June 1884

P3 $fa gattis gjotfau. ASTORIA, OREGON: SONDAY .TUNE 1, lfiSl ISSUED EVERY MORNING. (Monday excepted) J. F. HAL.L.ORAN & COMPANY, ITBLISnEKS AND PHOriUirTORS. AbTGIUAtf BUILDING. - - I AfchhTKEBT Terms of Subscription. JorviHl by Carrier, per w eric... l3cU. Sent by Mall, per mouth eOctN ' one yoar . .7.'v Free ol prelate to sulirllwr-. CAdvortlscmcnls inserted bj the j ear at the rate of :&! per qquatu per month. 'Inm slent advertising fllty ccius jt squaw, each Insertion. ISTOBLl ASD T1CISIT1. The Oregon in duo this morning. Columbia goss to sea to-day. The Astobian on Tuesday will The bave full county and state returns. To-morrow will probably ba obsarved as a grand holiday m Astoria. Reserved seats for to-morrow night's performance at, the New York Novelty store. 4 Pilger & Co. have leased the building they occupy and will be a permanent feature of Astoria business. There will be -divine service on board the Jessie Jamison, lying at Kinney's dock, at 4 o'clock, Her. ...

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. — 1 June 1884

m f&e a $$& - ASTORIA, OREGON: SUNDAY. .' JUNE 1. 16S1 SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE PORT OP ASTORIA, VESSELS IS THE RIVER. K4 Orou. Am ep Alden Bos e, Ao bk 1UU, Brbfc Norroman. Br bk nenrr Villird. An sn Jesti J&seeoo. Br Ulc ColOELXk. MtW&shinsxon. Araep Martha Fi&Hcr, ... Cbs. 'JoiMiPortn Br bk Kekdalo. Br bk AtmUh CasUo.Br &p tTythonas, Br bk Joraalfarer. ft or bk FEUSELSJOJt ZJiEffriJ. Ptotn ForelM :Porti for ifc Columbia pivcr AlpheU. Br bk Londor il&r SI Cltr of York. Gretnook April 11 Gridale, Br op LWerpooL April D Jupiter. Br bk Liverpool April 15 Klrkwood, Br f p 12 Sjdaey Mar 27 Largo Law. Br sp Hull March 13 Vi cm. Ger blrLiverpool May "7 From American Port. Alameda. Am sp S Y Jan 15 Belle of Oregon. Am bk 1169 New "kork Mar 1 OS Beausnt, Am ep 1900 Philadelphia April 2s 4 TIDE TABLE FOR ASTOBIA, JOE. HIGH WATER. LOW WATKB. First. Second. llnt. Second. S 5 h 5 P 15 h A. n. ,? h. m. L U. m. L A. m. j 11 11 IM 1 i 6S9a 74 8 52 9 10 53 737pi 8 31 9 21 ...

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. — 3 June 1884

- ...... . 0) VOL. XXI, SO. -19. ASTORIA, OREGON, TUESDAY, JUNE 3, 1884 PRIGE, FIVE CENTS. THE fill NT HOYS. Tbo "Grant boys," a? the oii-3 of the General are familiarly called on Wall street, hoxe been the subject of o much tall: Mnce the foilnre of ni-.t,f (. w0i v,or ; TT;ti i.n nr in. ..-. , ierest t6the jeneral reader to know j just who and Tvhat they are. They are Colonel Frederick Grant, Ulysses S. Grant Jr., zul Jesse R. Grant. Col. Frederick Grant is th eldest son. .He is about years of age. Sq graduated, from "West Point in 1870, and married Miss JTonore of Chicago, a thoroughly accomplished young lady, conversant to a far great er extent than the average of educat ed ladies, with the languages, and a charming musician. She is alo pos seasedjol great personal beauty. Her sister married hotter Palmer at the Palmer House, Cfticago. Frederick GrantJ his wife and their two chil dren, a hoy and a girl, nr nl present residing in Morristowu, X. J. After leavinjr AVest Point Colon...

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. — 3 June 1884

cv 5x She jattj gtftoriatt. ASTORIA, OREGON: TUESDAY-. .JUNE 5. 18S4 THE CHICAGO COXVEXTIOS. To-day "will bo begun at Chicago a contest -which many think will leud to Blaine, and victor' for the Kopub lican party in November. As Oregon had her say regarding state matters vesterdav. we can now look over to the city by the lake. "While our read ers are waiting for the news, it may interest them to read what the last convention which met at Chicago on June 2, 1SS0, did. It was called to order by Don Cameron. George F. Hoar of Massachusetts, temporary chairman, and subsequently, on the 5th, was made permanent chairman. The first ballot was not reached until Tuesday, 8th. Total vote 755; neces sary to a choice 379. First ballot, Grant received 304, Blaine 284, Sher man 93, Edmunds, 34, "Windom 10, and Washburne 20. During the twenty-eight ballots of the day, Grant .steaauy progressed to uua votes on the fifteenth ballot, dropping back and closing at 308 on the twenty eighth. Blaine reach...

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. — 3 June 1884

O) - tTttc glaUg timan. . . ASTORIA, OREGON TUE8MAY JUNE .-. 11 ISSUED EVERY MOKNING. (Monday Mrvpti J. F. HAL.LOKAN & COMPANY. VCIL35UEl:- -'I n'orKI'Tnl. A3TOk"lAX"VUlLDIM.. - 1 AS TJ!i: T Trras of'ttilcrin,Jii. served b OarrJpr, p.r n'"lw J x-K 6911; by 31ail, per runuth 't-. ,r - onevc-r -;. Frje ol pofcw:c to sulerll"Ts CyAdifrtSiemcata mrted l thr cirat ti.cratnoiiiperxr.uvre per month, inn sient adrprtj.jns liny cents r ipuuv, insertion. iu-Ii AEOYND THE CITT. Bead Toord A; StoLes' adv. Adjourned council meeting to-nighr. A registry law is a necessity in Oregon. There were 2,000 men on the street yes terday. Blanks of evely kind inquired ai The ""AbtobiaK office. " 'S.B. Crow will move his picture tnl jery tq. Kinney's building this vreek. Tho Walla Walla is laid up at Port land, and all hinds have leen discharged. Lightning dashed along the sky on Sunday night. It didn't strike- till yes terday. ' Aad now that it iff alfoTet ret ca begin preparing for the celebration of ...

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. — 3 June 1884

CH) -V,i.S ' tteflritafcrirtfribsMKdHttariMtMeEa&atftitifeaa i-Vft '"" -. Hatitft&MAM .lVr-MiAatMikAaJ mtmtmimm P he ga IMtmfat. ASTORIA, OREGON: TUESDAY. ..JUNE 3, 1SS4 SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE PORT OP ASTORIA, VESSELS IN THE RIVER. 0 md Cnx. Am ep Alden Besee, Am bk 1UU, BrbV Xorseman. Br btc Honrr Vlllard, Arn ep Jessie Jamrssn. Br Uk Ooloma. HtWashlnBieo, Aaiep Marts Pisher. Ohas. CotaworUi Er bt KekdcJe. Br bk Aborstwitbastle.Br ep Tythonu,Brbk Jorsalfarer, Jiorbt VESSELS OH THE WAY. o jPron Forelsu Parte, for utfr Colaaibla River jUphets. Br bfc London Mar SI City of York. Gretaock April 11 Grlsedtle, Brsp LiTerpooL April 6 Jupiter. Br bk Lirerpool April 15 Klrkwood, Brsp 1279 Sydney Uu T. Largo Lair. Br sp Hull MarcbrlS Werra. Ger bk Liverpool May 1 From Amerlc&a Peru. Alameda. Am sp X V Jaa 13 Belle of Oregon, Am bk 11C8 New York Mar 1 C S Bexaeat, Am sp 1S0Q Philadelphia April 29 T TXDJB TABLE FOR ASTORIA, JUKE. IUCn WATKB. LOW WATKB. First. . Second. I First. Seco...

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