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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily morning astorian. — 10 June 1884

, -v r. at .03 r - r iFll YOL. XXI, NO. 55. ASTOftlA, OREGON, TUESDAY, JIWE 10, 1884. PRICE, FIYE CENTS. HOW PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION'S GO. Ten millions of votes will most likely be cast at the election vrbica is to take place in November. The votes cast at the election of 1850 numbered 9,193,743, which showed an increase of 782,997 over the election of 187G. For the presidential elec tion immediately preceding 187G it is impossible to set full figures. There was a great deal of sulking in 1872 over the nomination of Horace Greeley. In the election pieceding that the south did not generally vote. The peculiarity of the election of 187G was that while Tilden had more popular votes than Hayes, the latter was awarded, by the ruling of the electoral commission, a majority of the electoral college. Tilden had on that occasiou 4,284,893 votes, and Hayes 4,033,393, or 2j1,493 less. But Hayes had one inore vote in the elec toral college, 183 to Tilden's 15-1. Hayes had carried all the northern...

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. — 10 June 1884

m Iic gfu Sbfovian. ,vn ki.. okeciec: lClisDAY.-.. ...IUE 10. iai tt.V liUTLEIPS BOOM. A Washington1 special says: The nomination of Blaine by the Repub lican convention has set the Demo crats to loeking: over the list of avail able candidates for a man who can be counted on to keep in the Democrat ic party the large element that looks . favorably upon Blaine and his record on the Chinese question. In casting about for such a man the name of Benjamin F. Butler looms up more conspicuously than any other name mentioned in connection -with the Democratic nomination. The feeling against Blaine in New York and Massachusetts Btrengthen3 the Butler boom, and it is claimed," and good reasons are given in support of the claim, that Butler is the only man who can carry Massachusetts; that he, and he alone of all the Democratic candidates, could retain in tho Democratic party that large element among the work ing classes in every state in the Union who admire the dash and pluck of the Maiue st...

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. — 10 June 1884

& ASTORIA, OREGON: TUESDAY., JUNE 10. 1S!1 ISSUED EVERY MORNING. (Monday e"Cfpt'i) J. F. HALLOJiAN & COMPANY. l'UIU.M!Klts .Mi VIJOPKIKUM:-, ASTOIUAX KL'II.DING, - - JATKKr 1 Tcruh of SuJ'bcriptit'ii. Served hv Carrier, pc-i w.-k Sont by Mall, per month ... " ' one year . Free of nostas' to su'Tiler-. .-:.0" GyAdvertheir.onts inv-rttd 1 iiie ir :ii the rate of 2 per vqnare per month. Tmu slent advcrtiM'ifi fifty eenK per jjuar each Insertion. ASTOBIA AXD T1CIXITT. The JSiaine club meets lo-night. ilegular council meeting to-night. ffm. Hume has some fine rooms to let. Al. Bowen, of the Pacific Jovnial is in tbo city. The Columbia arrives in this moraine,'; tho State leaves out. Tho Gold Dvst is off for "Wo.Mjx.rt at 2 o'clock this afternoon. The Astoria Furniture couii'tuvy inakes a fine display of goods. Mail from Portland in the quickest time on record to-day. The world moves. Tho A. D. Field got back from her pioneer trip to the NcPtnccu yesterday afternoon. An iron shavi...

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. — 10 June 1884

ro t ftc Sails gisforatt. STORIA. OREGON: TTksn - .1 i im: 10. isu SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE PORT OF ASTORIA. VESSELS IX tub river. o- Ked Cros. Am bp Alden Bcsfo, Am bi ltata, Brhk Norseman. Br b HcnrT Villard. Am fiP Jesi James an. llr Bk Colore . MtWasbitiKton, Am p Martbit Fisher, Uha. ;otBwortb Br ok Kskdale. Br bk Ahcp.tn-itb C&stle.Br sp Tythonas, Br bk Jors&Uerer. 2orb VESSELS OX THE WAY. o From Foreicu Porta, for ike Columbia KlTer- Abeona, Br sd Glasgow Max S3 Alpheta. Br bk London Mar SI City of York, Greenock April 11 Oxiaedale, Er Bp Liverpool. AprU S Jnplter. Br bk Lirerpool April 15 Klrkrrocd, Br sp 1K0 Sydney Mar 21 Largo Lair. Br sp Hall March W Werra. Ger bk Liverpool May 1 From American Porta. Alameda, Am pNY Jan 13 r1!a of Orocon. Am bk 1169 New York Mar I C S Bcment, Am ep 1500 Philadelphia April 29 " TIDJR TABIiK FOB ASTOBTA. JVSR. HIGH WATKK. LOW WATER. First. Second. I First. Second7 o S 2 S 2 SgS: 5 2 a 2 h. m. S h. m. ,v h. m. w ft. tn. ," 7 0 SCp 7-0 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. — 11 June 1884

- . riM ASTORIA, OREGON, WEDNESDAY; JUNE , 1884. PRICE, FIVE CENTg:' VOL. XXI, NO. 36. THINKS OF Svcrtska Tiibunut, a leading Scan dinavi m journal published in Chica go, has a few remaika concerning those who are sometimes called 'for eigner?,' which contain a ood deal of sound sense. Hays our Swedish contemporary : Satire-horn Americans arn often heard to complain of the un-American sentiments entertained and ex pressed by somt- of the naturalized citizens in this country. They say, and Svcnska Tribunal has on more than one occasion been tempted to aay the same, that the social and po litical tendency of these foreigners is to establish an impcrium in impciio, or a fitate within the state. Never theless -ve eaudidh believe they have no real desire or "deliberate purpose to do so, or in any other serious way to antagonize what we may call the American idea. Great many of the roreign-uoni voters are, in ineir po litical actions, blinded by wrong no tions of their duties as Bepublioa...

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. — 11 June 1884

Cf) V. Wxt a jtoriatt. AST011IA. OKKUOK: wi:dniia. . -J CM: 11. iHl i ASTOliJA A.'U fUE UilEGOS KMtr road sYsrnn. "Whether the dog shall wag tho tall, or the tail Bhall wag the dog is the question to bo decided! in Portland next Monday, when occurs the annu al meeting o &e O. B. & N. Co., and the Oregon and Transcontinental Co. The latter named organization has always been a bladdery sort of associ atipn, and had about the same rela tion to tho O. B. &-N, and other rail ways In this J state, that a "construc tion company" has to the owners of the road. Its affairs are praotically being administered upon, and the O. K. & N. Co. would appear to be its legatee. The real fight is between the Northern Pacific and the Oregon Short Lino (which is but another name' for tho Union Pacific). It is thi3 that makes Monday's meeting so important. The O. K. & N. Co., is able to dictate terms and occupies admirable ground. Whoever makes the best overtures wins the prize. The 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. — 11 June 1884

V) t Saihi Sslavum. AfcTOitlA, OKJ-'tiOX: WEDNESDAY JUNE 11. 1835 ISSUED EVERY MORNING. (Monday excepto.'.) J. F. HALiL,OEAN &: COMPANY, VL'BLirfiiKns a:d ri:orjninr.K, AUTOIUAXIIUILDING. - - tAhMHCCT Term of Subscription. Nsrvud bv Carrier, per week Bent by Mall, per mouth ' " ono year Free of po:ta t v.ibvribfr-. 1 cIj. COols. m E5yAdvertlseimnts inserted b thajfarat the rate of S2 per syuau per mouth. Tran sient adTcrtiiius; Uuv-wnts per siniarf. f-aeh insertion. IVotice To Advertisers. Tjir Astorian guarantee? to is ad vertisers the largest vireulatiun ot any newspaper published on the Columbia river. ' AJiOUMl THK I'lTl. J3eaidi tiuVel is increasing. The Columbia arrived in yesterday; the Slate BaiU to-day. Ike Cohen, formc-ilv in busmen in this city, is in the city. Attention ia direct.'-d t. tht new adv. of the Empire storo. The city comic'l'mel lust fcemng and adjourned to Saturday evening. The Astoria and Coast Transportation Company gives tiotico concerning assess ment...

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. — 11 June 1884

w Mt gattxj gtmtw. ASTOKIA, OBEGOX: WKDMDAY... ...TI'NH U, 1SM SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE I'UUT OF ASTORIA. ARRIVALS EROX SUA. Columbia. ss S V June 1C VESSEL L STUB-RIVER. o- Hb& Orow, Am t3 A Idea Besse, Am lit Itata, Brbfc Norsemtn. Br bk Heair ViUwd. Am p 'Jessie Jameson. Kr UK Coloms. MtWasblnffioa. Am up Martba Rier. Com. 'Jotesworin Br dk K?tndo. Br J ., Aberstwith Castle.Br sp Tythonns, Br bis JorsMfarer. Jcrz ''-- VESSELS OH THE WA Y. o 'ron Fore! sru JPortK, for ifer Colambln Klver A beoas, Br sa Glasgow Ma? J3 Alpbeta. Brbt London Mar 1 City of York. Grecaook April 11 arisedale, Br so Liverpool. April ft Jupiter. Bt bk Lirerpool April 15 ElrLffooa, Br p 1279 Srney Mw ST Largo Latr. Br 6p Hull March 13 flTerra. Gcr bk Liverpool May "J From American Portia Alameda. Am up If Y Jan 15 Rii of Oregon. Aiabk 1169 New ori Max 1 O S Bement. Am ep 1900 Philadelphia April S TIIK TABIiE FOK ASTORIA. J CSC " HIOH WATKi:. liOW WATKlt. l'lrtt. Second. 1 First. hecoudT Z s i s i 2 I g s S...

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. — 12 June 1884

01 r PRICE, FIVE CEHTST; TOL. XXT, NO. 57. ASTORIA, OREGON THURSDAY, JUNE 12, 1884. A BELIEVER IX rOXFEDERATK 'RIl'. One of the curious characters of the state was an oldj fellow named Broughey, who formerly lived in Po- cahontas" countv. and who died two or tli'ree vears ago. He was most uncompromising, re used to be reconstructed, and up to the time of his death never lost faith in the final success of the confederate cause. This he showed by the fact that he would take confederate money for anything he had for sale. He used to maLe a great many canes, and when the circuit court would meet in his county, he would come into town loaded down with a bundle of them, which he would sell to the members of the bar, or anyone else who would give him Confederate money. He said that "old coiifeiF wan good enough for him, and that the depre ciation in its value was but a scheme on the part of a few men who would gather it all up for a song, and then nave it redeemed at face value. The neighb...

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. — 12 June 1884

m She gaftt gurfrrciw. AFTOBIA, OKKGOK: THUKSUA'i .....ICNE vz, i-4 i rw,i:sf HKASQX. Tiiiuii: '..Oit-15 tcj-'oos of dour and grain cleared from this port last month. This total embraced 3 full cargoes of flour, 2 mixed cargoes of flour and wheat, a mixed cargo of flour, wheat and barley, 8 straight cargoes of wheat and a full cargo of barley. Two of the flour cargoes were first brought to this port by steamer from 'Portland, having been made in Oregon mills, and sent. here foe reshipment, the condition of the tonnage market being more favorable to loading here than at Partland. This is the first instance df the .kind on that scale within the history of California or Oregon. S. F.BiUutin. This is a humiliating statement; that flour.made in Oregon is shipped . by steamer to California and there "loaded for Europe. . If atiy better ar gument than the above exists for the improvement of the Columbia river bar it does not oceur'to us at present writing. AN ELECTORAL TRIBUNAL WANTED. Jus...

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. — 12 June 1884

e mmmmmMetmmmmumuauwvta mhhii mm i iiihmmi i i Li.j.u-u.ia-i-iiJMJLiM i " : .T i A , J t; KGU-S : THURSDAY... ..JUNK 12, 1SSJ ISSUED EVERY MORNING. (Monday excepted) J. F. HALLORAN & COMPANY, ruBLisHiins am vnorJiiiroK-s, A8T0RIAXUUILD1NO, - - ASSSTKi:m Terms of Subscript ion. Served by Carrier, per week lScU. Sent by M.iil. per mouth GCcis. "' " one year .S7.ci Free of postage to si'Wrlbe. Advertisements inserted by the ). ear at the rate of $2 st square per month. Tran sient advertising Dl tv rants per square, each Insertion. -Notice-To Advertiser. U'ite AsToiiiAX guarantees to it vertisers th; lamest nrulati:i of i ad- J anvl newspancrpuMWitM on tho Columbia j nvcr. . ' ASTOKIA ASH VIL'IXITV. The Slate .sailed yesterday for Situ Francisco. The Sea Kij has arrived at Antwerp, lir3 days from Astoria. A Xoltner, proprietor of the SiuiiiJurJ, came down from Portland yesterday af ternoon, Hills of lading, drawbacks, etu.. m stock or printed to order at Tu k Astouian . Job office. ...

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. — 12 June 1884

?fSZZ-i0T!rirfZ?- en - as We gaity IMfcwhro. ASTOKIA, OKEGON THL-KSDAY ....Tl'NC 12. 14 j SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE ron i AbTOitlA. sAix,E.D. 8Ut of CollforalissDabney.iJ F June 5 VESSELS IN THE RIVER. 0 Bed Otom. Ain rp Alden Bcsse, Am bk lUta,Brbt , Norseman. Br bfc Henry VilUrd, Am sp iJessJo J&men. Br Ek Coloins. MtVfafihinjrWB. Am sp MartbaFtsaer, Chaa. Ootcrtroxih Br bk Cskdale. Br bk Aberstwlth Castle. Br sp Tyifconus, Br bk Joreallirer, Nor bk VESSELS 4) X THE WAY. FroKi Forelcu Forts for Ike Colombia River ' Abeon, Br ep GlssgowMsrSS AJphets. Br bk London Mat SI Citr-of York. Greenock Aprill! Grised&le, Br sp Liverpool. April 9 Jupltor. Bt bk Liverpool April IS Klrkwocd. Br gp 12T9 Sydney Mm T. Ltrgo Lett. Br ep Hull March 13 Werra. Ger bk Lirerpool May 7 Freat American Pert. Alameda, Am ep N Y Jan 13 Belle of Oregon, Am bk llf-9 Now York Mar. 1 C S Beaent, Am sp 1900 PiulsdelpbJa April 28 TIDK TABIiK FOK A8TOBIA. IIIOII WATKU. LOW -WATER. First. Scond. I First. Second....

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. — 13 June 1884

I '- "& M vr v VOL. XXI, NO. 58. ASTORIA, OREGON, FRIDAY; JUNE 13, 1884. PRICE, FIVE CENTS. TILDEN POSITIVELY DECLINES. His Letter Refusing the Demociatic Presi dential Nomination. New Yoke, June 1L The follow iQg'cdmmiinication from, Samuel J. Tuden has been given to the asso ciated press: New York, June 10. To Daniel Manning, Chairman of tlie Democratic State Committee, New Yerk: In my letter of June 18, 1880 addressed to the delegates from the state of New York to the Demo cratic national convention, I said: "Having now borne faithfully my full share of labors and care in public ser Tice, and wearing the marks of its burdens, I desire nothing so much as an honorable discharge. I wish to layTiiown th honors of party leader ship, and to seek the repose of private life. In renouncing renomination for the presidency I do so with no doubt in my mind as to the vote of the state of New York, or of the United States, but because I believe it is a renuncia tion of Te-election to the 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. — 13 June 1884

(3 ---0 - W. to gailjf gjorhm. ASTORIA, OREGON:' FRIDAY.. JCNE 13, 188i NEW TO-DAY. o. r, at w. SPECIAL NOTICE. Excursion .Tickets from Astoria to Portland and return It begins to look like Butler. Hebr Eisexdeckeb, the German minister at Washington, has been re- . called by the Berlin government Texas will send more cattle than ever to the northern shambles this sasbn. It ii thought the drive will reach 500,000 head. til - Ak Australian ram -was recently sold' in that country for $17,000. The " wool taken from its fleece was over four inches in length. There are 121,000 miles of railroad . .in the United States, or seven times as many miles as there are in the tTnited Kingdom of Great Britain. . The United States supreme court has just decided that a life insurance policy holds good if the persoa in sured commits suicide while insane. J. B. MoNTGOMEEr, of Portland, is said to have paid 8500 a day for the dining room at the Pacific hotel aa the Blaine headquarters during the recent ...

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. — 13 June 1884

C3) Witt gtottg.foriiro. ASTORIA, OREGON FRIDAY.. JUNE is, lsi ISSUED EVERY MORNING. (Monday excepted) J. F. HALL.ORAN & COMPANY, PUBLISHERS AM I'ltOIMtlCTOKS, ABTORIAN BUILDING, - - CASShTREET Terms of Subscription. Served by Carrier, per week lSrK bant by M.ul. per mouth 60cts. " " one 5 ear ...$7.00 Free of postage to subscriber. Sr Advertisements inserted bv tlie ear at the rate of $2 per squ.ire per month. " Tran sient advertising fit tv cents per square, each Insertion, ICotlce To Advertisers. The Astoeian guarantees to its ad vertisers the largest circulation of any newspaper published on the Columbia river. ASTORIA AhD VICINITY. LOOK OUT FOR FIRE I! The Shvbrlck was at Seattle yesterday. The steamer Union carries life rafts on the hurricane deck. A tramway has been laid for the con venience of those who are grading Gene vieve street. The "Weekly Astobias, in stamped wrappers, ready for mailing, published this.morning; fall of news and home hap penings; price ten cents. C...

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. — 13 June 1884

w k. Ifee gaUg gforfem. A8TORIA, OREGON: FRIDAY -.JUNE 13, l&Si SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE PORT OP ASTORIA. SAILED. Jorsalfawr, Nor bk Qeenstown Juno 12 Eskdale. Br bk Lirpool Jane IS VESSEIA IX THE RIVER. Bed Cr Ma. Am ssit Aldea Besse, Am bk ltAU,Brbk ; NtMexan, Br bk Sl 'Benrr Vlllard. Am sp MtWtblnston. Axnap Ohas. Ootesworth .Br Irhk Br sp 'JYtnoau. Br bk Colorno. VESSELS OH THE WAT. o "ro Foreleu Ports, ror ie Colunbla Rlrcr Abeoas, Br ap Glasgow Mar S3 AlpbetA. Br bk Louder Mar SI City of York. Greenock April 11 Grisedftte, Br sp Liverpool. April 6 Jupiter. Br bk Liverpool April 15 Klrkwood, Br sp 1279 Sydney Mar 21 Largo 'Lair. Br sp Hull March 13 Werre. Ger bk Liverpool May 1 From American Pert. Alameda. Am sp N Y Jan 15 RMln of Oregon. AmbkllWIfow York Mar I O S Beraent. Am sp WOO Pbiladelpbia April 29 TIDE TABLE FOB ASTORIA. JUNK. man w.vrat. low -water. First. Second. 1 First. Second. 2 2 5 5? 3 1 2 I s f a I c h s S a P ggg h. m. ,S A. m. & h. m. j h. m. fti , S 0 3C...

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. — 14 June 1884

CO v "3 ASTORIA, OREGON, SATUJEtlfAY, JUNE 14, 1884. PRICE, JETVHB CENTS. VOL. XXL XO. mJ JfeAVV VA - "V jKt w THE A3IERICAX PRESIDENTS. The divinity which is said to hedge and surround kings has nothing to do vrith the American presidency. The king must be born o the "royal bloodand -stamped Trith the "divine right" to rule. Any man may become president, under our laws, who was born in the United States, is a citizen and 35 years old. No other qualifica tion is required by law. Tho son of a pauper is as eligible as the son of a millionaire. The only right to the office is that which the people grant Most o tho twenty-one gentlemen 'who have served as presidents from 1789 to 18S1 a period of ninety-ilve yfiars were neither very rich nor very poor. The first president was a well-to-do Virginia planter, or farmer, and the owner of slaves. The second was a Massachusetts lawyer in easy circumstances. The third, fourth, and fifth were barely in -independent oircumstances, and the fifth d...

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. — 14 June 1884

Ct Sfcc gattj! fMioriim. ASTORIA, OREGON: SATURDAY.- -TUNE 14. 1884 NOT TOO ilAXY ELECTIONS. If our office-holders served for life our children "would never learn the principles of our government. "We would none of us know the difference between an American sovereign and any other. A presidential campaign calls out all the -wise tongues and pens of our land. Orators and jour nals discuss national principles and policy, tell us the proper -way to raise revenue, and the right places to spend it. We often get back to the declar ation of independence, and hear once more "a clear definition of human rights and liberties. We heat some thing of the constitution, its limita tions, scope and restrictions. We get afresh Jefferson's method of inter pretation, and what Alex. Hamilton thought of it. We may even be com pelled to read it ourselves and put our own interpretation upon its sa cred words. We may be obliged to inquire what congress may do to pro- mote "the general welfare." And, possib...

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. — 14 June 1884

"V f "0""' 52SSJS?'fK,IiJw-i x w Hftc gaUjj gtotfan. ASTORIA, OREGON: SATUM3AYlIZJL JITlUXi: M. lto-1 ISSUED EVERY MORNING. (Monday cxcoplM J. F. HALLORAN & COMPANY, yuBLisuEns am VRorKinTOii-. A8TGRIAJC BCILDKG. - CASS.TKKKT TerinK of Subscription. Served bv Carrier, prr wo.k Sent by MaII. per month " " one sear . !5cb. ..- OUctS. -7.00 xree 01 postage to r.:o-.Til)'is HP"Advertl:eme:it inserted 1 iheM-arat uie rate ol $.! per sju.uc per iumth. Trni sient advertising Mt cent-, per Miuarc, each Insertion. Notice To Art ertisors. Tnn Astoria?, guarantees to it- ad vertisers the largfot circulation of any neprspaperpublishert on tho t'olnmbia river. fEVS AKOCM) TOW.V Xiive and let live. The old schoolhonce iu district No. 1 is being moved. The Gen. ITiles 1 doing a good freight and passenger bnsmes. . Tho Wide West comes down with e cursionists this evening. . Several state exchanges hoiat the names of Blame and Logan at the top of their editorial columns. The city counoil holds a...

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. — 14 June 1884

CO j&.--r t Sfoc gaUg $Mw. ASTORIA, OREGON: SATURDAY ..JUNE H. 1684 SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE PORT OP ASTORIA. ARRI VALs FROM SXA. Alameda Aia ip Tf Y Jnce 13 VESSELS IX THE RIVER. Ked Cross Kmv MtWahnKton, AnP A"!aLe,s0' bk SSM.-SSSih Br bk Nomsun. Br bk AbewtirtthCMtIa.Br p -Henry ViUard, Am sp Tytaonua. m Jessie Jaoesc&.Br ek jp. Coloma. VESSELS OS TBS WAV. 'From Jarel! Port, for Hue C'-elunbla Kirer Abeoaa, Br so Glasgow MftT3 AlpbeUu Br bk London Xltx 31 City of York. Greenock April II Grisedale, Br sp LlTcrpooL April 8 Jupiter. Br bk Urerpool April 13 Elrkwood, Br p 12T0 Sydney Mar 27 Lanro Law. Br sp Hall Marea IS Werra. Cer bk Liverpool May 7 From American Pert. Belle of Orecon, Am bk 1169 New York Mar I C S Beaient, Am sp 1900 Piuladelpbia April 23 TIDE TABLE FOB ASTORIA. JCVK. HIOHVATItn. I LOW WATER. .First, beeond. First. Seooad. S2S 2 32 HS aoa "as P 5 h 5 P a P c I A, m. J2 1ft. m. I .5S . m. I .5! h. m. I j j 11 1 I s 2 . cs - 4 19 4 52 0 36 G29 72S 8 23 8 13 9 10...

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