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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 4 February 1879

"9T : 03 : Astoria, Oregon, Tuesday Morning, February 4, 1879. Vol. Yin. ISTo. 2& j r'..jnii u'l -jc; 4. t V, Eastern Dispatches. Boiled E5oivn for The Astorian. WORK RESUMED AT THE 3STEW ORLEANS MINT AFTER NINE TEEN YEARS IDLENESS. GEN. SHERMAN PLEASANTLY RECEIVED IN THE SOUTH. AN UNPOPULAR MEXICAN O F F I C I A L HIS PRIVATE SCHEMES. WALLOWA VALLEY PUR CHASED FROM THE NEZ PERCES. DISTRESSING REPORT FROM THE WRECK OF AN OYSTER SCHOONER. New Orleans, Feb. 2. The mint, idle nineteen years, re-started to-day. New York, Feb. 1. Gen. Sherman is receiving many attentions from southern people along the old line of march. At Chattanooga ex-confederate General Cheatham turned back on the train to call on him and talk over times when they were forty-niner Californians. Dispatches from Mexico state that the government seriously meditates asking the withdrawal of Minister Foster on the ground, of unpopularity. Foster nurtues a policy for the ac quisition by the United .States of a portion ...

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. — 4 February 1879

(t J gft& 23&iX3 &staa&m ASlDOftlA. OREGON: . C. ntEKATHb Ertiter. T UESDAY , February 4, 1871) On XW8. There appears to be a popular no tion that the full support of news consists in the relation of new facts physical facts, so to speak, such as fights and foot-races, for example; that, therefore a newspaper is to be estimated by the burden of incidents with which it is loaded. Now, this idea is good enough, so far as it goes; nevertheless, it constitutes the low est possible estimate of a true news paper. A vast amount of the stuff published as news, and read as such, and even telegraphed up and down the country at great expense, says the Albany Register is, by every test of common sense, utterly worthless, for any useful purpose to the person who pay for it and read it. It helps him not one particle to understand better the relation which he sustains to the "business and duties of life, being profitless every way, therefore sense less neither improving the mind or...

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. — 4 February 1879

3 gjfcs SiXu steimx. ASTORIA OREGON ISSUED EVERY MORNING, (Monday Esconted), I. C IBEf.AXX : : PUBLISHER. Adonan Building, Cass street. Terms of Subscription : Served by Carrier, per week 25 ContF Sunt by mail, four months .$3 00 Sent by mail, cne year - 9 00 Frca of Potngo to Subscribers. 035" Advcrtemcnts inserted by the year at the rate of SI 50 per square per month. Transient advorting, by the day or week, fifty cents nor square for each insertion. THE CITY. t5?T7icDuLV astoiuan luiinw ?cnlbu mail at 75 cutis a month, free of postage. Head .r who contrmplatcalisrnccfrom the city can have Tiik Astokian" follow them. Daily Wekkly editions to any pos't-ojnee wilh &it additional ojqkhsc. Adlrcsscx may he ennntjed as often as desired. Leave orders at Vi cmnlina room. BRIEF ANNOUNCEMENT. Road the new advertisement of E. :S. Larson, on the. first page. He is pre paring for spring trade. We reltr readers of The Astori- ax to the advoj tiscment of Mr. Coggins. successor to Messrs. Ja...

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. — 4 February 1879

-? m "" 'St? .. -. ft : -v erf x - ; i' at r.. . Iff ?L K : r. t. J, t r ASTOBI A - OREGON TIDE- TABLE- FOR ASTORIA. Jrom tablra of United States Coast Survey. Uih Wator. Low Water. Pats. a. a. r. m. . m. p. m. it G 23 7 471 0 U 1 .S 1 7 25 8 SGI 1 0! 2 39 15 8 27 10 03! 2 10 3 45 3 .. i) 27 1 12 3 17 .. 4 63 4 -10 21 4 25 5 5T. ft 0 11 11 im 5 30 6 51 H - 0 o7 0 171 (5 211 .. 7 34 7 1 37 0 57, 7 21 8 (W S 2 07 1 431 8 11 8 37 y 2 3.1 2 2! 8 5H 9 05 PORT OF ASTORIA. CLEARANCES A.D DEPARTURES. CLEARED. "Oban BajvBrsl). 10BS tonp. Storm Liverpool, Feb 3 SAILED. Brecon fl?225f tons Connor S F Feb 3 2uutiertorth Br bk Qneenstown. Fob 3 Sabrina, Br bk, Liverpool. Feb 3. Hannah Lnndles. Krbk. 1270 tons. Gregg' Quoens- to.vn Fab 3. Caitlock. iir sb, 1332 tons. Phillips, Quoenetcmn, Feb 3 California, sir. (u4 tons. Thorn. Sitka Jan 31 JartbR!di.bk. 070 tons Forbus. Sydney Jan. 30. Etiropa. Xorbk, lllti tons. Thesen, Queonstown. Jan 21) Nairnshire. Br. sh. 963 tons. Neven, Queonstown. Jan 27...

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. — 5 February 1879

CO ' rrwHnf Astoria, Oregon, Wednesday Morning, February 5, 1879. Vol. Till. $. 2&. SPW mmk $ - . TELEGRAPHIC. Eastern Dispatches. " Rolled Down for Tke Astorlan. A VENERABLE CATHOLIC DIG NITARY IN TBOUI3LE. LIABILITIES OF PUItCELL. ARCHBISHOP (BILL FOR PENSION AGES DEFEATED. ARREAR- A. SOUTHERN REPRESENTATIVE ! INTERCEDING POR CHIEF MOSES AND THE NEZ PER CES. WASHINGTON NEWS AND NOTES. Cincinati, Feb. 2. The commit tee appointed to receive and audit claims of depositors against Archbishop Purcell have already received evi dences of indebtedness amounting to over a million dollars, mainly persons whose hard earned savings from meager wages were deposited with the two prelates. The property in the hands of the trustees to meet those demands, has a market value of not more than $800,01)0. Threats of suits are beginning to be heard. Washington, Feb. 3. In the house a motion to suspend the rules and pass a bill for the issue of forty millions of four per cent, bonds for the payment ...

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. — 5 February 1879

CZ3 mHmmmmmmmmmmmmKmmmmmmmmm-mmmmmmmmmmmmmm gfefc Ij&ilS stasias. STOHIAOEEGON: Yl..lREIiAJTn Editor. WEDNESDAY February 5, 1879 Is the Nation Prosperous! The notion that a nation is necessarily prosperous that has a heavy export trade and light im ports, is sedulously inculcated by tuany writers fcpoft economic top ics; out it is naoie io ieuu pciaua who -adopt it into serious error. The variety of the exports cf the United States is, indeed, a matter of just gratification, inasmuch as it shows to what extent our great country is enabled to contribute to ihe wants o'f other people. But if our wheat, corn, tobacco, and cotton are exchanged for gold or merchandise, at prices which leave lis no profit in their production, it is most manifest that the country 13 not enriched by the transaction. We simply pay out with one hand what we take in with the other. Other countries are gainers by trade of this 'kind, ndt ours. On the contrary, it may easily happen, if we are able to import ...

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. — 5 February 1879

-PJ "gfts gailrj Qsisximx ASTORIA OREGON ISSUED EVERY MORNING, (Monday Excepted), . . C.IREI.AXD c : PUBLISHER. Aatrian Building, Cass Street. Terms of Subscription : berved by Crrir, per woek .25 Cents 8ont by rcsit. four months 3 00' nt by mail, cno year. .... 9 00 !Trco of Posts go to Subscribers. xxv Advertisements inserted by tins year at fho rate of SL 30 per square per norfta. Transient advertieiner, by the day or week J fty cents j)cr square for each insertion. THE CITY. t5?Thc Daily AstoRax will he serit'bu mail at 73 co'ts a movih. free of postage. Read tr who eimteirplatcabscnccfrotn. the ciiy can have Thk ASioniAX follow Uicm. Daily Wekkly editions to liiji posl-tiffizc with out additixmal expense. Addresses mag be aianvcd as often as desired, Lcavz orders at Ctf" -MCKifTia room. &RIEF AXXOUXCEHrEXT. Read the adveitisemcnt of IIol 'Acii's auction sale for next Saturday. An 'elegant stock of the finest styles of valentines now open and for Rale cheap at Adlers. The ba...

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. — 5 February 1879

' ..,. r I": ' ft -TJ .-., T itA-fr gftg gailg gistosfcra. ASTOBIA. OREGON TID-U TABLS POll AST0R5A. From tallies of Uaited States Coast Survey. High Water. Low Water. Date. a. m. p. m. K. M. P. It. 31 G J3 7 471 0 C 1 :S 1 7 25 8 JJGI 1 01 2 39 2 8 27 10 ail 2 1(K 3 45 3 3 27 11 12 3 17 .. 4 53 4 10 21 1 4 25 - 5 50 5 0 11 11 lfit 5-30 0 51 j 0 57 .. 0 U7I (j 20 .. 7 34 7 1 37 0 57 7 21 8 Ofl 2 07 1 431 .... 8 11 8 37 9 2 30 2 28 J ., 8 o'J 9 05 PORT OF ASTORIA. CLEARANCES AND DEPARTURES. SAILTH). Oban Bay, Br sh. lOfiS tons, Storm Liverpool, Feb 4 Rival. bk2w tons. Adams, S. F. Feb K Orecon 88 2250 tons Connor S F Feb 3 Lutterworth Br bk Quoenstown. Feb 3 Habrina, Br bk, Liverpool. Feb 3. Hnnah Landle, Brbk, 1270 tons. Gregsr. Queens- ion Feb 3. Caitlock. Br 6b, 1332 tons, Phillips, Quoenstown, Feb 3 California, str. 674 tons. Thorn, Sitka Jan 31 Garibaldi, bk. 670 tons Forbes. Sydney Jan. 30. Kuropa. Norbk, 1HG tons, Thesen, Queenstown. Jan2U ?atrnshire. Br. sh. S65 tons. Neven, ...

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. — 6 February 1879

p CO ri (jJSg Vol. Yin. Jiiaw.y'ii'iTB'i'iavfu- TELEGRAPHIC. Eastern Dispatches. KoIIeil Down for The Astorinn. A JOB IN DISTILLERY FED STOCK IN CANADA. AGAINST THE HAN CUES OF THE WEST. PRESIDENT HAYES' VICTORY OVER ROSCOE CONKLING. THE NEW YORK NOMINATIONS CONFIRMED. FRIENDS OF CONKLING OPEN LY CHARGE BRIBERY. THE ARMY REDUCTION DEFEATED. BILL New York, Fob. 4. Simply non sense is th'j story of dise;ise among cattle reared in the west. During the time of prohibition the Canadians will be enabled to dispose of their distillery fed cattle. Washington, Feb. -L The univer sal topic of comment in Washington is the action of the senate on the New York custom house nominations. The largeness of the majority for confir mation is a matter of astonishment to almost ever3T one and explanations differ widety. The result is however, attributed to jiressure brought to bear by members of the cabinet. And, secondly, to exertions made bj Bayard and other leading democrats to con vince a majority o...

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. — 6 February 1879

"A PKwroSPW" 5 TSrsquiT-apifr s$s?im"?,iimpzi,K m Hi W Stxfe H&l$ storciatu A&MrftA. OREGON: . C. IREYAfI Ertllor. ' THURSDAY February 6. 1879 An Honorable Soldier. The letter which announced the resignation by Marshal MacMahon o the presidency of France is the letter of an honorable soldier. We can understand why republican France could not permit rtcr im mense army to be led by generals of Imperial habits of thought, and how the soldier president, who has been their companion in arms, could not become the agent of their dismissal. In point of fact, wo do not know that the Republic had any cause of complaint against these crenerals. Thev are known as more or less in sympathy with the Imperialists, and in consequence the republican leaders deemed the Republic imperilled by retaining them in command of important posts in the army. The Marshal did not share this apprehension. An. Imperialist at heart himself, yet in his ow-n view true to his trust as the president of the Re pu...

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. — 6 February 1879

0) :gte gsxlg st0rxu ASTORLA - OREGON ISSUED EVERY MORNING, (Monday Excepted), B. C. IKEIiAX ' : PUBLISHER. Ador-ian Building, Cans Street. Terms of Subscription : brredvoy Carrier, por week... .25 Cent Sntby mail, four months S8 00 fient by mail, cno year 9 CO Free of 1'ostaso to Subscribers. JT Advertisements inserted by tho year at the rate of SI o'J per square per month. TransjontadvertWns, by the day or week, fifty cents ncr square for each incertion. ZSf-TllC DAU,Y ASTORIAX will Ik ?cnt by viail at 75 ccnls a monlh.frceof poJxiac. Ttmd cr who cnntcmvlalcalrtCJircfrotfi. the city ccm have Tub Astokian follow U'cm. Daily Wbekly -cHUionii to ami post-ojficc with vat additional rpc?isc. Addresses may be enanyed as often a desired. Leave orders ai tiic cauntina room. BRIEF ANNOUNCEMENT. Augitst Danielson, the proprietor of Astoria Liquor Store, is sole agent for the. celebrated Damiana Bitters. It Is the best medicine for Dyspepsia. Try .a-fcottle, Trenchant & Upshur have at th...

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. — 6 February 1879

. a s in i i .rc.:v.v'.fr-iiitwcu ij ' wti i'm i n i "'lWTllff-WgCyT5Vga.v'--i'JHi. ii a i. rT1B - JLBA&AN6B SALE -gkz axXs s3i0im BAY STEAMERS, ETC. STEAMSHIP LINES. Hh '- V ASTORIA..... OREGON TIDE TABLE POK ASTORIA. Fron tables of United States Coast Survey. llisch Water. Low Wswr. Pate. a. x. p. . . M. k a. 51 G 23 7 471 0 05 1 . 7 35 8 .IT,! 1 Ml " 8 27 10 0-1! 2 10 3 9 27 11 12 3 17 ..... 4 10 21 ' 4 25 1 8 259 4 to 5 M 0 11 11 1' o ) G ol G 0 -u 0 T? 0 20 .. 7 31 7 1 37 0 57, 7 24 R 09 H 2 07 1 43! 8 11 8 :.7 l 2 5 2 2?! 8 50 9 05 PORT OP ASTORIA. CLEARANCES AND DEPARTURES. SAILS!). Oban Bay, Br sh. IWft Umi, Storm LiTerpooJ, Fob A Rival. bk-JHH tons. Adms. S. K. Feb 4 Oregon s8'22"H tons Oonnnr fc F Feb 3 Lutterworth Ur bk (iueenstowa. l"b 3 Sabrinn, Br bk, Liverpool. Fob 3. Hannah Lanriles. Urbk. 12 tons. Gross- Quoons- tOtvn Feb 3. Caitlock. Br sh, 1382 ton. PhilKiw. QseoastAca. Feb 3 falifornia. sir. G74 toss. Thorn. Sitkn. Jan 31 Garibaldi, bk. tuH tons Tdcbw. Sydney...

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. — 7 February 1879

CO f 1 Astoria, Oregon, Friday Morning, February 7, 1879. No. 31. Vol. vin. Jf TELEGRAPHIC. Eastern Dispatches. Boiled own Tor The Astoriaa. RUMORS OF DISASTER TO THE UNITED STATES STEAMER RICHMOND. ANXIETY FOR THE SAFETY OF THE CELTIC. THE PLAGUE LIKELY TO CAUSE LARGER DEMANDS UPON AMERICA FOR BREADSTUFFS Boston, Feb. o. There is a general inquiry at the navy yard owing to the rumor that the steamer Richmond, which sailed from Brooklyn about three weeks ago, had foundered. The steamship Celtic, hence Janu uary 24th, not reported, causes some anxiety. New York, Feb. 5 There is much discussion as to the effect likely to be produced on the business interests of this country by the ravages of the plague in southern Russia. The dread of the plague in infected districts is likely to prevent the sowing of seed for a future crop. The opinion seems general, that from these troubles will spring an extraordinary European demand for cereals of the United States. Washington, Feb. 5. Senate com ...

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. — 7 February 1879

tfj fftt Bails &$8vim. ASTORIA. OREGON: ft. C. IRLAXI Ertltor. FRIDAY Fbkuaky 7, 1879 Laws on Usury. Governor Cullom,o Illinois, rec ommends to the legislature of that slate reduce its legal rate of interest. Governor Cullom is a republican. The last democratic state convention in Indiana, also. tvo believe, adopted a resolution favoring a modification of the laws on the subject, demanding that the rate be reduced to 6 per cent. The argument in favor of usury 'laws is that legal provision is need ed to prevent the unwary from get ting fleeced by money sharks, or those who are compelled to raise money from paying an exhorbi- tant price for its use. And if the poor farmer, or mechanic in busi ness for himself, or tradesmen -wore enabled by such a law to negotiate loans at a lower figure, the object -vrould be attained. But what is the fact in this respect? Dews a law of this kind enable the bor rower whose necessities are urgent to obtain the necessanr cash at the legal rates? If ...

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. — 7 February 1879

! i. w gfts gaiXg Jsbwiau. ASTORL OREGON ISSUED EVERY MORNING, Monday Excepted). O. C. XBELA3TD : : PUBLISIIEK. AsIvpuxai Ihtilxiiivcj, Cass Street. Terms of Subscription : berved by Carrier, per weok .25 Cents Sent by ropil. tour months ..$3 00 tent by mail, cno year .. 9 00 Free of Postage to Subscribers. tt3Advortiscmentsnsertcd by the year at iho rate of SI -7j per s-imtre per month. Transient advertising, by tho day or week, fifty cents per square for each insertion. THE CITY. t3?Thc Daily Astorian wiU he scni'by mail at 7"i cento a month, frccof postage. Read tx who ctnilciuiiiriic absence from the city can have Tiik Astokiax follow them, Datlv Wuickly edition to any pot-oJTice with aU cuidilianal expense. Addresses way he tiAnv?d'cn:ofieiiax desired. Leave orders at the amniina rtunn. llTtlEF AXXOUXCEMEXT. Road I. W. Case's now advertise ment, particularly if you are in need of garden seeds. An elegant stock of the finest atytas of valentines now open and for -iale cheap at A...

Publication Title: Daily Astorian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 7 February 1879

w BAY STEAMERS, ETC. STEAMSHIP LINES. BMB 6LBABAN0B 6ALi -jg&& jails ggtgytt ASTORIA OREGON TIDE TABLE FOR ASTORIA. iTrom tobies of United States Coast Survey. High Water. Low Water. Date. A. M. p. M. . M. p. v. . 1 37 0 57 7 24 8 OH .... : 07 1 43! 8 11 ... 8 7 ...2 31 2 21 8 53 9 05 .... 2 5S .1 111 9 41 ! 31 . n 27 4 03i io 22 io oh ... 4 0 a 131 11 10 10 40 ... ft (i'i 0 201 0 13 .11 48 i.... 5...., 10.... 11.... 12.... 13.... H.. 35.. ... G OU 7 491 .. 1 27 7 19 8 28 . 9 111 1 00 2 41 .19 271 2 1.1 .. 3 ."iS PORT OF ASTORIA. CLKARASCKS AS J) DEPARTURES. SAILED. 'Oban Bay, Br sh 1CRS tons. Storm Liverpool, .Feb 4 Rival, bk 2' tons. Adams. S. F. Feb 4 Orenon ST2250 tons Connor S F Feb 3 'Lutterworth lir bk Qucenstown. Feb 3 Sabrina, Br bk. Liverpool. Feb 3. Hannah Lanriles. Brbk, 170 tons. Gregg. Queens town Feb 3. Caitlock. Br eh, 1332 tons, Phillips, Quecnstovrn, Feb 3 California, str. 67-1 tons. Thorn. Srtka Jan 31 Garibaldi, bh, CTO tons Forbes. Sjdnoy Jan. 30. ARRIVA...

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. — 8 February 1879

01 tmmu t . Astoria, Oregon, Saturday Mojhing, February 8, 1879. Vol. viil No. 32. m mm TELEGRAPHIC. Eastern Dispatches. Dolled Down Tor The Astorlaa. A MAN SURELY TO BE FROZEN TO DEATH. 8WIMMING A LONG DISTANCE FOR .MONEY. PAUL BOYNTON IN A NEW ROLE. THERErORT CONCERNING THE RICHMOND NOT CREDITED. SHRINKAGES IN THE VALUE OF BEN HOLLADAY'S NEW YORK FARM. THE CHINESE BILL IN THE SENATE. CONSTITUTIONAL PROHIBITION NECESSARY TO PREVENT THE PAYMENT OF REBEL CLAIMS. Oil City, Pa., Feb. 6. Capt. Paul Boynton commenced his swim be tween here and Pittsburg, a distance of 150 miles, at II o'clock this morn ing. He expects to reach Kittanning to-night, and Pittsburg to-morrow night. The river shows a tempera ture of one degree below the freezing point, and is running nearly clear of ice. Washington, Feb. G. The navy department gives no credence to a Boston rumor of the foundering of the steamer Richmond, and believes the 1 -vessel will reach Gibraltar at the ex pected time. New York, Feb. C. ...

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. — 8 February 1879

W .Jgftfe U&iJ Qstmin.n. ASTORIA. OREGON: fc. 6. YREIfAXI) Eckitor. SATURDAY. FEBitUAirtr 8. 1879 A Confounded Fraud. The paid lobbyists of the Nortli ern Pacific railroad disorganiza tion have succeeded in getting an other bill introduced into congress of which Colonel Larrabeesays : " The Mitchell or Senate bill is 'clead beyond resurrection, and if the bill which J send you passes congress the company can pro cure all the money needed to com plete the road from Admiralty In let inside or five years, and 1 am assured that work will commence on the western division immedi ately." We answer that if the Mitchell or senate bill " is dead beyond res surrection, and the bill passes" which Col. Larrabee has sent to us, the Company may get as much 'money as it likes.but money wiU not settle the country ; money may build railroads, to be sure ; but it does not prevent the fraud most apparent in this bill. An extension of time to the Northern pacific to hold that rjrant they obstruct th...

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. — 8 February 1879

3J 1X9 glxs gailrj steivra, ASTORIA ....OREGON ISSUED EVER"? MORNING, Monday ExcoptcdJ, f. C. XREIiAM) : : IlIBI,ISEIEZt. Astvriatt Builtling, Ctuts Street. Tonus of- Subscription : berved by Carrier, par woek ..2a Coats .Sont bjT mail, four months ... ?S Oil "Sent by mail, cne year - ti W Freo of Potfti;c to Sub-crib ore. car" Advertisements inserted by the yoar ai 4he rate f 51 -"it) or square per month. Transient adveitn-inir, by the day or tvuok, fifty cents per s tuarc for oach insertion. THEC1TY. XZsTThc Daily Astouia' wtil he sent bj mailatlhCiMtx a mntiiU. irccaf pontage. Reaa crjVJho wniamtl-iic ahsewe from the ciiu can !iaic Thk Astoria k foWno iutn. Daii.v W sickly ctlUions Omnupnsl-ojIHccwflh' oti (uidilhmr.l cxpCnsc. AtMreR may he cnanm'd ay nftv: k desired. Leave ttrdern at tiic C9u:ilinn ronm. ZSmSF AX2WUXCEMENT. '"'A. small house to lei. in a, desirable locality for residence. Inquire at this oiliee. " '-Wc hope you vill not neglect, to attend the sale of real estate...

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. — 8 February 1879

M BAY STEAMERS, ETC. 0LBARAN8B SALE AT THE STEAMSHIP LINES. J:'i .. . ... 1 1 It. v' :.-i t . -' ASTORIA OREGON TIDE TABLE FOR ASTORIA. From tables of United States Coast Survey. High Water. Low Water. Pate. A. M. p. ii. . M. p. i. 7 1 37 0 57 7 2 8 09 K 2 07 1 43! -.. 8 11 8 37 rj 2 3j 2 2 8 59 9 05 JO.". 2 5 3 111 0 41 ! 31 11 3 27 4 OSI 10 22 10 (W 12 4 Oi 5 131 11 10 10 40 13 5 0.) fi 2G 0 13 -11 45 lC C 0J 7 4f)l - 1 27 15 7 1J 0 III 1 00 2 45 Hi 8 28 1H 271 2 15 - 3 53 PORT OF ASTORIA. CLEARANCES A.D DEPARTURES. SAILED. Oban Bay, Brsh lOfiS tons. Storm Liverpool, Feb A Rival. bk25Ki tons. Adams. S. I'. Feb 4 Oregon ss2250 tons Uonnor S F Feb 3 Lutterworth Br bk Queenstown. Feb 3 Sabrirm, Br bk, Liverpool. Feb 3. Hannah Landlcs, Brbk. 1270 tons. Gregg. Queens town Feb 3. Caitlook. Br sb, 1332 tons. Phillips, Queonstown. Fell 3 California, str. fu tons. Thorn. Sitka Jan 31 Garibaldi, bk. (770 tons Forbes. Sydney Jan. 30. ARRIVALS FROM SEA. Idaho, str. 1077 tons. Alexander. S F. ...

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