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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 21 February 1879

) totitm Astoria, Oregon, Friday MorniM, February 21, 1879. Vol. viii. No. 43. - Pwlg TELEGRAPHIC. Pacific Csast Dispatches. Boiled Down for Tkc Astorian. COLLISION OF FERRY STEAMERS ! BETWEEN OAKLAND AND SAN FRANCISCO. THE EL. CAPITAN SUNK TO THE HURRICANE DIICK, PROBABLY NO LIVES LOST BUT A GREAT SCARE. San Francisco, Feb. 9. At about three o'clock this afternoon tbe ferry steamers El Capilan and Alameda, i ptying between this city and Oak'and points collided in a dense fog. The port bow of the El Capitan v,as crush ed in, and she filled and sank rap:dly. The greatest terror and confusion prevailed. Some of the passengers jumped on board the Alameda, olhors sprang into the water. The tug Gov ernor Irvin piloted by cr'es, and whistles, steamed to the rescue and picked up those struggling in the water. Both were ferryboats of the first class. It is not yet definitely ascertained whether any loss of life occurred. The Alameda, which was lower in the water than the El Cap itan, ran he...

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. — 21 February 1879

vMr4pt9t9vnttngRf!R?4,7irfti 'i W J&c &i&j sJ0riau ASTORIA. OREGON: fl. C. IBEIiAXI Ertltor. YBIDAY February 20. 1879 Narrow Gauge Railways. The Weston Leader lias infor mation that the extension of a branch railroad from "Whitman station to Grand Ronde valley, via Weston and Pendleton, has been determined upon. An item of moment is the grade by this route. With rare exceptions, the road between Weston and Whitman is a beautiful prairie level, scarcely disturbed by undulations. The cost of grading would closely ap proach the minimum. The soil through which it -would extend, is characterized by the marked pro ductiveness of the valley, bunch oTass growing in great luxuriance. This would just so much earlier place that great idle tract in the hands of the agriculturists. JSro "one circumstance would tend to display the resources and develop the native wealth of that magni ficent country more than -would ready facilities of ingress, and adequate means of transport. Short li...

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. — 21 February 1879

C3J. Jxs axl stoKimx. ASTORIA OREGON ISSUED EVERT MORNING, (Monday Excepted), I. C. IRELAND : : PUBLISHER. Ador'xan Building, Cass Stmct. Terms of Subscription : berved h? Carrier, per week. 25 Cents Sent by mail, four months.. ,...... S3 00 &eot' fey mail, cno yoar. ... 9 00 froe -of Postsso to Subscribers. CZT Advertisements msortcd by the year at tho rato of SI 50 per square per month. Transient advertising, by the day or woek, fifty cents per saaaro for each insertion. THE CITY. t?ThcI)An.r astokia v)illbc sent by wail at 73 ecnf.s a month, free of pottage. Read--r ioZio amtcmvUitcalficnccfrom the city can haiv Tiik Astokian folhno Uicm. Daily or Wkkklv alitians Ut ar.fi poxt-office with out additional expense. Addresses may he enanrjed ax often as desired. Leave orders at the'cou.nlina room. Capt. Flavel is registered at the Clarendon, in Portland. The Seattle press want the Tvsct -assembly to pass a lawtoprerentehips irom discharging ballast into water on the Sound less 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. — 21 February 1879

00 .gtorgailxj simisnx. ASTORIA OREGON TIDE TABLE TOR ASTORIA. From tables of United Stales Coast, Survey. High Water. Low W liter. Date. A. M. P. M. . M. p. M. 21 1 21 U oil 7 27 7 53 22 1 47 1 :tl 8 0 8 V.) 'Si .. 2 0i. 2- &7 8 -10 S 41 24 .. 2 31 2 431 i 13 9 (H 2') 2 51 3 27! ! 48 9 25 2i 3 2 - 4 151 10 25 .. 9 52 27. 3 57 5 12i 11 11 10 31 2S 4 45 0 14 0 03 .11 21 1 5 38 7 37 1 1 01 2. 0 37 8 271 0 21 2 02 PORT OF ASTORIA. CLKARASCKS AiD DKPARTURKS. CLKA1CKD-. Orient, brie 312 tons. Williams. S. F. Feb 19 Citv of York, Br ab, 1193 tons, Auld. Liverpool. Feb 14. SAILKD. Cndzow Forest, Br bk 1116 tons. Pollock, Queens town, Feb 17, Geo. W. Elder 17U9 tons Bolles. H. F Feb 17 Melancthon. bkt-2S tons Manson S F Feb 15 Oban Bay, Brsh. IORj tonH, Storm Liverpool, Feb 4 Rival, bk 2.9W tons. Adams. S. F. Feb 4 Lutterworth Br bk Qaecnstown. Feb 3 Babrina, Br bk, Liverpool. Feb 3. Hannah Landlcs, Brbk, 1270 tons. Gregg. Queens town Fob 3. Caitlock. Br sh, 1332 tons, Phillips, Queenst...

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. — 22 February 1879

' IMJll J CJ US JHo 1 J3$ f 0lf IJtUL -: Astoria, Oregon, Saturday Mominf, February 22, 1879. No. M. Vol. viii. YmrTi i ' '-"g TELEGRAPHIC. Pacific Coast Dispatches. Colled Iovn for The A.storian. THE NEW STEAMSHIP STATE OF CALIFORNIA MAKES A TRIAL TRIP. TIIE CIUNESE BILL HANGING FIRE BUT WILL PROBABLY BE SECURED. STRIKERS TROUBLES IN PENN SYLV A N I A SHERIFF AND POSSEE CAMPING ON THE TRAIL. Philadelphia, Feb. 19. The new steamship State of California left Cramp's yard this morning on a trial trip, previous to her departure for Portland. Washington, Feb. 19. After a careful consultation among the Pacific coast delegation, it has to-day been determined to move non-concurrence in senate amendments to the Chinese immigration bill and thus to secure speedy final action through the instru mentality of the committee of confer ence. Pittsburg, Feb. 20. Danger exists of an outbreak by striking coal miners along the Monongahela river on ac count of reduction of wages not being accepted. Old...

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. — 22 February 1879

arijpP?f' & gixz gpailg Qsbn&m. ASTORIA. OBEGON: D. C. IRELAND Ertitor. SATURDAY February 22, 1879 About Taxation. Solongasmen are elected to legis latures for political purposes only there seems to be but little hope for reformation in the system of taxation. But we are pleased to see that the press of Oregon are preparing to give the public ser vants a few lessons in this particu lar. The revenue laws of Oregon are most certainly defective in two or three particulars. Especially J3 this true concerning exempta tions from taxation. It is bad enough in our idea, to exempt churches from taxation, but the idea of exempting indebtedness beems altogether wrong to us. Of -course, we do not advocate double taxation, nor do we think a man ought to pay taxes on what he has and what he owes also. But we cannot be sure that a creditor always returns a true list of the claims he holds against his debtors; and it is for this reason we oppose exemption on indebtedness. Let every man pay ...

Publication Title: Daily Astorian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 22 February 1879

C3J z jgctilg &&toxxmx. ASTOHLA OREGON ' ISSUED EVERY MORNING, Monday Excepted), D.C.SBELAXD : : IUB5.ISHER. Jt&turiax, InVdvnxj, Ckw Stoect. Terms of Subscription : -fcorv(I by Carrar, pr week ..... -.25 Cent? fiont'by mail, four months .. S-'t 00 Seat by mail, cno year. 'J 00 free of PostRce to Subscribers. ar Advertisements inserted by the year at lforatoif SI 30 per-sqnuro per month. Trunsicnt advorewmc, by the day or week, fifty cents iter square for oach insertion. THE CITY. T"Ihc Daily Astoiuan will he fail by Railat75 cenfx a month, free of poxlanc. Read cm who contemplate absence from the city can fwri't The Astoria follow Uictn. Daita--or Wekicia editions to any post-office icith- out additional expense, jlddrcsftes may be caanyrd ax often ax desired. Leave wdcrs at Uc counting room. BRIEF ANNOUNCEMENT. We slop the press to announce that the annual meeting of the Pioneer and Historical Soeioty of Oregon will be "held in this city "to-day at 10 o'clock a.m -iLfh...

Publication Title: Daily Astorian, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 22 February 1879

CV3 J& J3 HI gffie gaxXg passim ASTORIA OREGON TIDE TABLE FOR ASTORIA. From tables of United States Const Survey. Hfeh Water. Low Water. Date. a. 5t. P.M. 4. . I. M. "21 1 11 0 o'5l 7 'JT 7 5 22 1 -17 1 311 8 0i t 18 J?. .. '1 00 2 07 S -10 .. 8 II 21. 2. 2. 2 31 .. 2 -T' 13 ! o-J .. 2 51 X 27f 48 l 25 ,. 3 2 .. 4 15J 10 25 .. 52 8 57 5 12i 11 11 10 31 2S 4 4"i G 141 .... 0 03 -11 21 1 5 38 7 17' 1 01 2. J 37 8 27! ... 0 21 2 02 PORT OP ASTORIA. CLEARANCES AX J) DEPARTURES. tlkai:ei. Orient, brie 312 ton. Williams. S. T. Teb 19 Citv of York, lir sh, 119S tons. Auld. Liverpool. Fob H. SAII.ni. Chdzow Forot. Brbk 1216 tons, Pollock. Queons- town, Teb 17, fieo. W. Elder 1709 tons Hollos. S. K Teb 17 Molancthon. bkt.2J tons Manfion S F Feb 15 Oban Bay. Br sh lOfW tons. Storm Liverpool, Feb 4 Rival. bk2Mi tons. Adams. S. V. Feb 4 Lutterworth Br bk Qncenstown. Feb 3 Sabnna, Br bk, Liverpool. Fob 3. Hannah Landlob. Brbk. 1!70 tons. Grogg. Qurens- town Fob 3. Caitlock. Br bh, 132 tons. ...

Publication Title: Daily Astorian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 23 February 1879

en aMHMMiTrmMMBMMMM"WMWyWHMM,MMMMMMMl 9KW& Astoria, Oregon, Sunday Momim February 23, 1879. Vol. viii. No. 45. is-. WMW ' "' ! I j TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. Eastern States. The secretary of the treasury will, to-morrow, issue a call for the redemption of 820,000,000 bonds. A proposal to reduce legal in terest in New York from seven to six per cent, will probably pass the legislature. The British steamer Zanzibar, from New York, January 11th, for Glasgow, and not since heard from, is regarded as lost, with all on board. The bark Shooting Star, from Lisbon, bringing Charles "W. An gell, defaulting secretary of the Pullman Palace-car Co., arrived at Philadelphia on Friday last. Kate Cobb, despairing of es tablishing: her innocence in the face of public sentiment against her, and destitute of friends for a new trial, relinquishes hope, and will go to prison. "Willis endeavored to obtain the flbr in the house Friday morning to move conenrrence in the senate amendments to the Chinese bill, bu...

Publication Title: Daily Astorian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 23 February 1879

m BttMMUttMMMi tm fee gsiXjj stoim ASTORIA. OREGON: D. C. IBEL1XD Ertitor. SUN DAY February 23, 1879 ftcean Traffic via Astoria. The steamship Oregon arrived vesterday forenoon at 10 o'clock, 16 hours from San Francisco, with a large and valuable cargo, US tons of which was for Astoria. On the passage up the Oregon encounter ed the Dakota, one of the Pacific .mail steamers for Puget-sound, and one that has always been considered among the fleetest of the iieet, but the Oregon passed her very nicely id easily. The -day must soon come when passengers, and no doubt a very considerable portion of the freight for Puget-sound, will pass through Astoria and Kalama. .This would much sooner occur if "the coal mines in this vicinity were properly developed. There appeal's to be nothing particularly inviting to steamship traffic along the sound further than the coal, lumber and hops very much of the latter of which now pass out of that region by way of Kalama and Astoria and the bulk of the lu...

Publication Title: Daily Astorian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 23 February 1879

w yglxz gailg Q&lsxx'&u, ASTORIA OREGON ISSUED EVERY .MORNING. (Monday Excepted), . C. IREE,AXS : : PUBLISHER. Aitonan BiiiUlivtj, Cass Street. I crms of Subscription : isorvcd by Carrier, per tvoofc .25 Ccnt. Sont by mail, four months S3 (Ml tstint by mail, cr.e year. S Ott Free of I'ostnso to Subscribers. K2T Advertisements inserted by tho yoar at) "&jo rate of SI 'M por square per montb. TransJont advertim;, by tho day or week, GfLy cents per square for each insortion. THE CITY. t"Thc Daily Astoktax wiUltc feniby mail at T." cenf.s a month, free of portage. Rcait tirx whi ctxitcntphUs absence j wm Uic cily can hare Thk Atoj:iax follow Uicm. Daily or W'KKKLY editions to azwpoxl-offict, roith viil atMifumal wpenxc. Addresses may Itc rriianoed as often as tlmslrcd. Leave orders ai 'tilt cmiHUrnf room. BRIEF AXNOUNCEMENT. At the request of M. Orlh, paster. On Ash Wednesday, Tel), 3Kfli, divine service in the Catholic church will com nerce alio o'clock a. m. The pulpit of ...

Publication Title: Daily Astorian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 23 February 1879

ifgpw'r1' PO Jt lails siicrcftm. BAY STEAMERS, ETC. STEAMSHIP LINES. AND 6LBAL IA: HP&2 s ASTORIA OREGON TIDE TABLE FOR ASTORIA. From tables of United States Coast Survey. Rich Water. Low Water. Date. a. M. p.m. .M. p. v. ;i 1 21 0 oil 7 17 7 .3 22 1 47 1 311 8 0 8 li 33" . 2 03 2 07 8 -10 8 41 2l" 2 31 2 4" 9 13 9 08 2.1 2 ol 3 271 48 9 25 2J 3 2) - 4 15! 10 25 ! - 27. 3 57 5 12 j 11 11 ....10 31 2S 4 45 6 14! 0 03 ..11 21 1 5 38 7 17J 1 01 2 t 37 8 271 0 21 2 02 PORT OF ASTORIA. CLEARANCES AND DEPARTURES. CLKAltED. Orient, brijr 312 tons. Williams. S. F. Feb 19 City of York, Br Bh, 119S tons, Auld. Liverpool. r eb 14. SAILED. C&dzow Forest, Br Wt 1116 tons, Polloclc, Qtseens- town, Feb 1 1, o. W. Elder 1709 tons Bolles. S. F Feb IT Melanotbon. fckt:298 tons Manson S F Feb 15 Oban Bay, Brsh. 10BSJ tons. Storm Liverpool, Feb 4 Rival. Vk'29M tons. Adams. S. F. Feb 4 Lutterworth Br bk Qneertstown. Feb 3 Sabrina, Br bk, Liverpool. Feb 3. Hannah Landles, Brbk, 1270 tons. Gregg. ...

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. — 25 February 1879

BSSSmSSSSSffM T j 0 1 ' ' I I .. I I . I..I1H.I ll.ll II Astoria, Oregon, Tuesday Mornig, February 25, 1879. ISTo. 46. Yol. Tin. TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. Eastern Slates. The anti-Chinese bill p.ossed the house, with all the senate amendments intact, by a vote of 3-10 to 95. It now goes to the president. The steamer State of Califor nia returned to Philadelphia at midnight Saturday, after a success ful trial trip. She will start for Oregon in about ten days. The sundry civil appropria tion bill as completed by the com mittee on appropriations and re ported to the house contains the following item. For continuing the survey of the Pacific coast, in cluding the Columbia and other rivers to the head of their tidal in fluence or ship navigation, $180,- 000. m The house committee on terri tories, agree to report that every effort hitherto to transform half civilized indians into citizens with the risrht of suffrage and individual ownership of lands has ended in the white man getting possession 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. — 25 February 1879

rwSft 'SPfT ', f- ?? v-'5C' -, : ..-i3SM:.r. 's-ssw CJ $ &iXxj stxeeiasj. &STOKIA. OREGON: O. fc. IRELAND Editor. TUESDAY Februak Y 2T. 1870 An Iron Roil for Bismarck. It lias now become a fashion, tind by no means a bad one, says the Glasgow Herald of January 13th, for the admirers of eminent men to present them on a far ad vanced anniversary of their birth -with something supposed to be specially appropriate. VIiat should be iven to Prince Bismarck on the 1st of April? If we were to judge from the kind of reception van to nearly all his recent ac tions, the measure to repress so cialism, his declaration against tariffs, and, last and worst, bis bill io put down parliamentary free dom of speech, we should say that si rod' made of iron would be most suitable for the day and man. Have we, after all, been mistaken in the chancelor, and has he been born under the same star as most men who have entered the world on the 1st of April? Lot us Have liiglit. The National Marine bank,...

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. — 25 February 1879

0) ASTORIA OREGON ISSUED EVERY MORNING, (Monday Excoptcd). il. C. IBEI.AXD : : iURI.ISirER. Aziorian Jiuiidivj, Cans Street. Terms of Subscription : berved by Carrier, per wook 25 Cents "Sent by mail, four months S 00 Seat hy mail, one year t) OU Free of Post a go to Swbcribors. ftT Advertisements mortcd by U;u year at tho rate of SI ri) ior square ier month. Trancicnt ?uvertMnj:, by the day or wook, fifty cants per square for oneli incrrion. THE CITY. ZST'Thc I) ti-y Atouiax wfW Ik sent by moil at 7r r nts a nwntft. Irccof xxdijc. Head fav who cMian)tatctiUcncc frem the rij ran have Tine Astojman fttlhtw them. Daily trr WkKKia cd'dUm in mj ptml-ttfUcr wilh tud tuidiivmal expense. Addrce may be cuanged utter, ax desired. "Lcm'c orders "hi tfte couiitinu ivwtn. "BRIEF AXXO UXCEMEXT. House lo let, next to .lafkins & 211 awes, snitablo for ii!llimry. etc. "Good night my darling child-" UCw night at the concert. After lightering the steamslnp Oregon she was got off and taken to Port...

Publication Title: Daily Astorian, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 25 February 1879

03 S?&e BniVQ sfcorcfcm. r ASTOKIA OREGON TIDE TABLE 011 ASTORIA. From tables of United States Coast Survey. High Water. Low Water. Date 21 A. M. P. M. k. :. p. M. I 21 0 o"i 7 27 7 .73 ... 1 47 I 311 8 Oi S IJ ... 2 09 2 07 8 40 .. 8 41 ... 2 81 2 4"l J 13 0 m ... 2 ."1 3 271 48 0 35 'J8... 24... 2"... 3 2.1 4 151 10 35 - J o2 -.7 io. ii n in Si 2S 4 45 .. fi 141 0 03 -11 21 1 5 38 7 17 J 1 01 2. (5 :7 8 271 0 21 2 02 POUT OF ASTOKIA. CLEARANCES AX I) DEPARTURES. rr,KAitEi. Cv of York, Br sh, U'JS tons, Au(d. Iiivcrpool, 1'eb 14. SATI.KIi. I Uho. str. 1077 tons. Alexander. S F. Feb 24 'Vabioot, bkt. 3B2 tons. Lewis, S. F. Fob 24 Orient, brig 312 tons. Williams. S. F. Feb '1 Cadzow Forest, Brbk 1116 tons.. Pollock, Qnoens- toun, Feb 17, Geo. W. Llder 17f9 tons Bolles. S. K Fob 17 Mclancthon. bkt.29S tons Manson S F Feb 15 Oban Bay, Brsh. 10S tons, Storm Liverpoet, Fob 4 Rival, bk 21 tons. Adams. S. F. Feb 4 Luttertrorth Br bk Qucenstown. Feb 3 Sibrina, Br bk, Liverpool. Tcb 3. H...

Publication Title: Daily Astorian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 26 February 1879

H TSprTir- & J'J .llJvJrJW'illy Astoria, Oregon, Wednesday Morning, February 26, 1879. Bk4t Vol. vih. a . -p- Ty ir' Sftit TELECRAPHIC NEWS. Pacific Cont Dispatches. An old man named Groeder has been arrested in Oregon City, on suspicion of the murder of Mrs. Hagar. The San Francisco chamber of commerce held a special meeting to take action to influence the president on the anti Chinese bill in his hands. It is hoped that similar bodies in leading cities on the Pacific coast will take similar cation. Eastern States. The Reno court of inquiry, it is understood, will report that evi dence was not educed to warrant a court-martial. Capt. Paul Boynton has un dertaken to float from Pittsburg to New Orleans in his life-saving suit, and has already started. The secretary of the treasury has called for an additional twenty million of o 20s, thirteen millions coupons and seven million regis tered. The Chinese bill is beinc: pre pared for the signatures of the presiding officers of the ho...

Publication Title: Daily Astorian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 26 February 1879

CJ P& H&iXs &&iQinu. ASTORIA. OKEGON: O. C. IKEIiAX Editor. WEDNESDAY . . . .February 2(5, 1879 Sound Sense from Blaine. In the letter of Senator Blaine in reply to reflections made by William Lloyd Garrison upon senators who voted for the bill res tricting Chinese immigration, pub lished in the !New York Tribune on Monday, calmly and forcibly reviewing the whole question, and conclusively justifying his vote, we find one paragraph, which is as follews: The talk about China closing her ports to our trade is made on ly by those who do not understand the question. Last year the total amount of our exports to all China ports outside of Hongkong was but 6092,000. I have called Hong kong a Chinese port, but every child knows that it is under Brit ish control, and if we were at war with China to-day Hongkong would be as open to us as Liver pool. To speak of China punish ing us by suspending trade is only the sujnrestion oi aense ignorance. We pay China an immense balance i...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 26 February 1879

31 I. g&s gtfiXij Qstextem. ASTORIA OREGON ISSUED EVERY MORNING, Monday ExccKedl, O, C. IRELAND : : PUBLBKER. Aitarian, Building, Gass Street Tsnvis of Subscription : &orvcd by Carrier, per tvock ....2 Cente Sent by mail, four months $:i tw Stint hy mail, cno yesx .... Free of I'osiaec to Subscribors. am e-Advorttsenscnts mfoi'tcd'b? thoyecr at tbo rate of 51 3U !or square per month. Transient a&vortisins, by the day or vreek, fifty orf-s ror secure for each irsortior.. THE CITY. 3?Tlic Da 11 A" ASToniAN will Ire senf by mail at 73 rents rcoffc. JTccnpotfrrflc. Rend rr tohn mntcmplatc absence fnnn theciiy can have Tub Astoriax fwllJto ihem. Daiiv tr Wbkkia CAfflur.i tn any post-office wilh tiil additional vrptmc Addresses may he rnanacd n often as desired, heave orders at die t&aniina rmn. The Strath blane arrived at "Queenstown on the 22d, from Asto ria October 17th, 127 da3s. The steamer Emma Hayward made her appearance in these -waters nain vesterdav, arriving at ...

Publication Title: Daily Astorian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 26 February 1879

n V 7&z l&iljj &t8teW BAY STEAMERS, ETC. STEAMSHIP LINES. CLEARANCE SALE AT THE ASTORIA OREGON TIDE TABLE FOR ASTORIA. From tabfes of United States Coast Survey. High Wntor. Low Water. Pate. a. M. p. m. K. M. P. M. 21 ... 1 21 0 oJ .... 7 27 7 53 22 1 47 I 311 8 05 8 15) tf 2 09 5 07 8 40 8 41 04 2 31 - 2 -lit !) 13 9 OT 25". .. 2 51 3 271 48 9 25 2.1 3 2 4 151 10 25 .. H 52 07 3 57. 5 12i 11 11 10 31 2S 4 4o. G 14! 0 03 -11 21 I 5 38. 7 17 1 01 2 6 37 8 271 0 21 2 02 PORT OF ASTORIA. CLEARANCES AND DEPARTURES. 1 t m Astoria to Forts Stevens, Canby, II waco, Oysterville and Olyrapia. CLEARED. Annie 5L Small, sh Packer, Queenstown. Feb 1i Cty of York, Br eh, 11S3 tons, Auld. Liverpool. Feb 14. railed. I laho. str, 1077 tons. Alexander. 8 F. Feb 24 "Webfoof.bkt. 3B2 tons. Lewis,. S. 5V Feb 2 Orient, brig 312 tons. Williams, S. F. Feb 24 Cadzow Forest, Br bk 1116 toca, Pollock, Queens town, Feb 17, f Melanctbon. bkt. 298 ton Manson S F Feb 15 Oban Bay, Brsh. lOfiS tons, Sto...

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