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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily morning astorian. — 17 July 1884

01 aW 4r4V4A Avll .aB i fi-V,a I T at VOL. XXII, NO. 8. ASTORIA, OREGON, THURSDAY, JULY 17, 1884. PRICE, FIVE CENTS. AViNUf)4 f af (LP II F 4L I Hi 1 iJKil l LI I 1 El 1 1A r-mmm .ivcww in ran av'ai msm araa -- LIFE OF S. G. CLEVELAND. Democratic Candidate for the Prrsidcn.v. Cleveland's great-grandfather ivas one Aaron Cleveland, who made hats in the town of Norwich, Conn., and who, nfter figuring somewhat promi nently there as a stanch anti-slavery Republican, turned up in Vermont as a Congregational minister and died in New Haven in 1815. The hatter, politician and minister left thirteen children. One became a city mis sionary of Boston and was widely known as "Father-Cleveland;" anoth er married Dr. Cox, father of the present Episcopal bishop of western New York, and another became a sil versmith of Norwich. This was "Wil liam Cleveland, the governor's grand father. Besides being a silversmith he 'was also a deacon of the Congre gational church for a quarter of a century and die...

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. — 17 July 1884

rzj Wht gatttj iomu. ASTORIA, OREGON: THURSDAY. -JULY 17.1B& The net profits of the Suez canal for 1883 -were 35,000,000 francs. Waie9 must be a nice place to con duct a political campaign. Taffy -was a "Welshman. An ocean steamer burns all the way from 150 to 325 tons of coal dur ing a Tdyagd across the Atlantic. The Northern Pacific sold 32.370 acres of- land during the month of June at an average of $5.90 per acra It is said that cows often live to be 100 years old in Georgia. In this section, however, a cow over 90 is regarded as poor eating. The Southern Exposition of 18S4, at Louisville, intends to make an ex hibit of federal and confederate relics of the late war, and two committees have been appionted for the purpose. The mouth of the Amazon river is said to be 100 miles wide, and is ac customed to have a bar which covers fifty square miles. The Amazon would make an"excellent delegate to Chicage: In Siam they decide a law suit by putting the litigants under cold water, a...

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. — 17 July 1884

C33 $he fjatttj !siw!&tt ASTORIA, OREGON: THURSDAY JULY 17, lH IS8UED EVERY MORNING. (Monday excepted) J. P. HA1.LORAN & COMPANY. PCBLISHEEB AD PROriUETOIW, ASTORIAKnUlLDLNO, - - CASSbTREET Terms of Subscription. Served bv Carrier, per week - lGcts. - COcts. oeat uy jn.au, per mourn. Free of postage to subicrfbtrrs. rtni rftQr "Advertisements Inserted by the 3 ear at tne rate of S2 per square per month- Tran sient advertising lifty cents per square, each Insertion. Notice To Advertisers. The Astorian guarantees to its ad vertisers the largest circulation of any newspaper published on the Columbia river. AKOUXD THE CITY. Prof. R. K. Warren, of Portland, arriv ed down on yesterday's boat. Rev. B.. S. MacLafferty and family leave for their new home in Tacoma, this morning. J.'E. Higgins, our newly-elected county sonooi snperuiienaem, can uuuy ue iuuuu at his office; at Badollet & Co.'s cannery. Owing to the sickness of some of the principal performers the Presbyterian enter...

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. — 17 July 1884

m mt $ 3rfw. ASTORIA, OREGON: THURSDAY- JULY 17, 18S4 SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE PORT OF ASTORIA. VESSELS IS THE RIVER. o Aldn Besre. An bV Mt Washington, Am sp WoodUrk. Br l.lc Martha Pisber, Pitr of Delhi. Br sp Coloraa. Belle of Urecoa, Am blc Anmda Am sp Atroloj, VESSELS OS THE WAT. From Foreifcu Porta, fcr tae . CoiamblA Blvei Abeo&vBr sp Glasgow Msy 23 JVlphetft. Brtik 1-ondor, Mar 31 BritUnU. Ger bk Liverpool June 26 City of York. Greenock April 11 Urised&le, Br sp Liverpool. April 9 Jnpiter. Br bk Liverpool April IS Kirkwocd, Br ep 1279 Sydney Mar 27 Largo Law. Br sp Hall March 13 Navesink, Am bk Hone Kodk May 2!i Werra. Ger bk Liverpool May 7 From American Porta. C S Bement, Am sp 1900 Philadelphia April 2 TIIK TAULK FOR ASTORIA. JULY. I HIGH WATKK. LOW WATKK. I First. Second. First, Second. og 3 2 2 g IS 2 3' t? S tt S m E I g & A. m. 3 A. m. ,S A. in. v A. m. J , fc. , 6. 1 23a 2 24 3 24 4 24 523 6 13 057 739 8 15 8 48 9 1G 9 44 10 14 10 47 11 31 0 40 1 4!) 3 02 4 ...

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. — 18 July 1884

en SLru III: "L. I II I I 1 4&fiS8&u 'ssiislL'HI L 11 L I HJI I VOL. XXII, NO. 9. ASTORIA, OREGON, FRIDAY, JULY 18, 1884. PRICE, FIVE CENTS THE NEW YORK RATIFICATION MEETING. New York, July 1G At the Re publican mass meetinsr last nitrht 3Ir, Evarts, in closing his speech, referred to tue mas3 meeting oi citizens of all parties held at Cooper union to ap pland Gov. Cleveland as a reformer. Perhaps these ' gentlemen believed Gov. Cleveland would remove Hu bert.O. Thompson, a man of 990 con tracts, and Air. Davidson, the sheriff, against whom serious charges were preferred. "But what was doner' asked the speaker. ''The country Democracy and Irving hall, I think it is, took Gov. Cleveland to the Chi cago convention and sent John Kelly down to the depths in the cage of unit rule. Do W3 want for a presi dent a man whose statesmanship is - measured by the standard of Daniel Manning and Hubert O. Thompson? Unes of 'no.M I fought for Ulay applause, for Webster applause, for Seward a...

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. — 18 July 1884

CZl Sfo gaily storian. ASTORIA, OREGON: FRIDAY. .JGLY 15. 18& ONE HUNDRED MILLIONS. The government's fiscal year, 18S3 84, ended on the 30th nit. with a total debt reduction of about S101,000,000. The national interest-bearing obliga tions now amount to only $1,226,000, 000, arid at last year's rate will be wholly canceled by 1896. But this rate can not be kept up. After the discussions of the last three years it ought not to be necessary to say that the public scores are being wiped off faster than is prudent. Congress has persistently refused on one hand to reduce taxes and on the other to in crease expenditures to the full limit of federal income. There is nothing . for it now but to pay off the bonds at the rate of a hundred millions annu ally. This achievement, however, is not altogether a thing to be proud of, and a change' of policy can not be long delayed. Secretary Folger's estimate of the debt reduction of the year, submitted in December, appears to have been exceeded ...

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. — 18 July 1884

C31 Wt gaity gtftoriw. ASTORIA, OREGON: FBIDAY. JULY 18, 18M IS8DED EVERY MORNINQ. (Monday excepted) J. P. HALL.ORAN & COMPANY, PUBLISHEttS AifD rKOPRieTOKS, A8TORIAX BDILOLNG, - - CASSbTKJCKT Terms of Subscription. Served by Carrier, per week I5cts. bent by Hail, per mouth.... . GOcts. " one year .... ...S7.oo ree of postage to subscribers. "Advertisements Inserted by th year at e rate or $2 per square per month. Tran sient advertising fifty cents per square, each insertion. Notice To Advertisers. The Astobiax guarantees to its ad vertisers the largest circulation of any -newspaper published on the Columbia river. ABOUXD TIIE CITT. Captain Hustler has a few remarks in another column of general interest to citizens. Eeserved seats for the Hen Cotton en tertainments at the New York Novelty store. One's were out last evening and had a lively, spin 200 yards in thirty seconds with the old hose cart. Bob Ingersoll is lecturing in Montana, and js liable to drop in on this neck of woo...

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. — 18 July 1884

C4) fcc ga gtotfatj. ASTORIA, OREGON: FRIDAY JULY 18. 1684 SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE PORT OF ASTORIA. READ! FUR SEA. Woodlark, Br bk Mrerpoil Jnlv 17 VESSELS IS THE RIVER. -o- Alden Rese, Am bk MtW&sbinctOD, Am so Citr of Delhi. Hr bd Martha Fisher, BUe of Orcfion, Am ok Coloxaa. Alameda. Am ap Aeolus. VESSELS OA THE WAY. Front Foxels Ports, for ifeft C'oIbihIiIr River Abeooa, Br co GUsgcw Moy 25 Alpheta, Br bk London Mar 31 BritUnia, Cerbk Liverpool Juno 2C Cits of York. Greenock April 11 Grisedite, Br sp Llrorpool. April 9 Japlter. Br bk Liverpool April 15 Kiriorood. Brsp 1279 Sydney Mr27 Largo Lair. Br ep 11 nil March 19 Karesink, Am bk Hone Rons May 29 Werra. Ger bk Liverpool May 7 From American Ports. O S Cement. Am sp 1900 Philadelphia April 29 TIIK TABLE FOR ASTORIA. JULY. HIGH WATKR. LOW WATER. . First. Second. I Fust. SecondT - S 5 j ? . I E c: h ;1 h s.hi: h a ni. J I. . . ' ". .2 A. m. .2 U. I s s 718n 32p 7'7 125(1 13 1 13d 25 7-S 2 24 1-0 2 03 15 8 0 3 24 0-7 2 57 59 8-...

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. — 19 July 1884

en t ,:,.,-- ,, -ie 'rf- teUnil VOL. XXII, NO. 10. ASTORIA, OREGON, SATURDAY, JULY 19, 1884. PRICE, FIVE CENTS. 'aaflaaw THE RESCUE OF GBEELY. Orer two years ago, Lieut- Greely, witk an Arctic exploring party, sailed . to the shores of the Polar sea. Last aUifrwasdefcerxained to search for him0 and a relief expedition was fitted out under Commando Schley. .; It sailed from New York in April,and orvlist Thursday, the 17th, definite news was received at Washington that" the Greely party had been found. Of twenty-five who were with him, but five were alive, the remain- . der having perished from starvation and -exposure. ClJtCT. cjbkkly's kbpom to iiazzs S St. Johns, N. F., July 17. For. the. first time in three centuries Ifingland yields the honor of reaching the furthest point in the north. Lieut. Lookwood and Sergeant Brain erd, on May IS, reached Lockwood Island, lat 83 24', long. 44 58'. They law, from a 2,000 feet elevation, BO.-lA&d to the north or to the north- t but to the...

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. — 19 July 1884

CZ3 f hc gaiU $& ASTORIA, OREGON: SATUKDAY JULY 19, 18M Alii bets on the salmon paok are "off." i Astoria is the liveliest and health iest city in the northwest PobtIjAKD is going lo have a new theater, and expects to have her streets lit by electricity this fall. "Geo. Augustus Sala. says that he has written 7,000 editorial." Yes, and his initials indicate what the most of them were composed of. Oke of the most responsible posi tions in thiq country is held by a Washington colored woman. She does up Mr. Brewster's ruffled shirts. China has rejected Franco's propo sition and the next breeze that sweeps from the west may bring the sound, of strife along the southern Chinese coast Ik Walla Walla, the other day, the candidate for mayor who had been everlastingly riddled by the news papers got a majority of 150 in a total vote of 529. The Seattle Herald has been figur ing on tho electoral vote and thinks it not unlikely that the Democrats shall have 201 and the Bepublicans 200 votes...

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. — 19 July 1884

C3 hf Jlatt gtftoriatt ASTORIA, OREGON: SATURDAY IH.L.7uLY 19. IS81 ISSUED BVEBY MORNING. (Monday excepted) J. P. HALlORAN & COMPANY. J'JJBLISHEBS AXD PBOPRIETOBS, TOKXASBDII.DING. - - CASSBTBEKT Teraa of SabserlptioB. Sirred hy Carrier, per week locts. t by Man, per month . GOcts. " " one year ..t $7.00 Free of postage to subscribers. S-Advertisements inserted by the jear at the rate of 92 per square per mouth. Tran sient advertising fifty cents per squaw, each Insertion. lice To Advertisers. The-Astoriax guarantees to Its ad vertisers the largest circulation of any newspaper published on the Columbia river. astobia axo Ticisiir. Tha Woodlark sailed vesterday. J.H.-D. Gray hafl 40,000 No. 1 brick for sale, , The July rainfall to dnte ia 73-100 of an inch. One can get salmon at his own figures now. - It is '63 over again. Chaplain Scott -Sill lecture to-morrow Sight on "IngersolTs Providence." A. "W. Rerry -will have another consign ment of cans on to morrow's steamer. - Another...

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. — 19 July 1884

f43 Witt ga tftwfew. ASTORIA, OREGON: SATURDAY JULY 19. 18S4 SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE PORT OP ASTORIA. VESSELS IX TUB RIVER. Aldw Boe, Am bk Mt Washington, Am tp Martha Fisher, City of Delhi. Br t Belle of Oregon, Am trie Coloma. AlaroM. Am ap Aeolus, VESSELS OX TEE WAT. FroHi Forel gu. Ports, for ike Columbia River Abeona, Br sd Claigoir Mar 23 Alpheta. Br bk London Mar SI Brittania, Gerbk Liverpool Jane 26 City of York, Greenock April II Grisedale, Br sp Liverpool. April Jnpiter.,Br bk Liverpool April 15 Klrkwocd, Br up 12T9 Sydney Mar 27 Largo Law. Br sp Hull March 13 Kavesink, Am bk Hose Kong May 2S Werrtt, Gcr bk Liverpool May 7 Frem American Ports. C S Bement, Am ap 1900 Philadelphia April W TItK TABLE FOK ASTORIA. JULY. HIGII WATKK. LOW WATER. j First. Second. I First. Second. o o It; eti o 3 3 islsa-s e h. m. I $ h. m. JS h. m. h. m. X J . J & " 17 20 S24 923 10 23 1123a 012p 0 01(T 0 41 1 19 1 .'i7 2 o7 3 27 1 2 T.31 G42 : 7CC 9 14 10 S. H 25 9 15 9 59 10 40 11 20 0 58 23 ...

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. — 20 July 1884

-r CO VOL. XXU, NO. 20. ASTORIA, OREGON, SUNDAY, JULY 20, 1884. PRICE, FIVE CENTS. Lvtf-J ENGLAND ONE HUNDRED YEARS AGO. Prom .in address delivered not long since by Mr. Thomas Ashbury, C. E., before the Manchester Associa tion, we extract the following as to what was the state of affairs in Eng land a hundred years since: uWe need not further consider the engineering works of the past ages, but come at once tp the period of say about a century ago, or at all events the period when George III. began to reign (17G0J, and glance at the state of our own country at that time, the belter to understand and appreciate the advantages and blessings of the present time. " One hundred years ago England could hardly be called a manufactur ing country, as we imported almost everything except corn, wool, and flax: iron from Spain, Germany, Swe den; pottery from Holland; hats from Flanders; silk from France: cloth and carpets from Belgium. One hundred years ago we had, as a country, fall en very l...

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. — 20 July 1884

tz t gmty ftorim ASTORIA, OREGON: SUNDAY JULY 20, 18S1 BLAINE'S ACCEPTANCE. The Republican candidate for the presidency lias sent to the committee his letter of acceptance. It is the longest that any presidential can didate ever wrote, and is emphatic throughout It reads in part like a political speech, in part like a party argument, and in parE like a pres idential message. That which is new is good; that which is not new is well said. It is a square statement of American policy outlined by a man who has given the matter years of study, and who has during those years been foremost in the councils of the nation. In talking of the for eign policy of this government, he says: "Our foreign relations favor our domestic development. "We are at peace with the werld: at np.np.p. iinnn a sound basis, with no unsettled questions of sufficient magnitude to embarrass or distract us. Happily removed bv ereoirraohical -noHitinti from participation in the questions ul uyuusiy or uounuary wmcu SO ...

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. — 20 July 1884

m he gaily torimu .' ASTORIA, OHEGOX: SUNDAY. JULY 20, 1S84 ISSUED EVERY MORNING. (Monday excepted) J. F. HALL.ORAN & COMPANY, PUBLISH nS AXD riJOI'ltlETOIJ-S, AKTOIUAX IU5II.DINO, - - CASSSTHKHT Terras ofSuliscrlption. Served by Carrier, per week 15cls. Sent by Mail, per mouth fiOcts. " one year ,$7.oo Free of pottage to subscribers. 23yAdveitiscments inserted by tlio year at tlie rate of $2 per square per month. Tran sient advertising fifty cents per square, each insertion. ZYoticc To AIrriif'rj$. The Astokiax guarantees to its ad vertisers the largest eirvulation of any newspaper published on the Columbia ASTOMA A'1 VlCIXm. The Oregon sails for San Francisco to morrow. The Slate is due from San Francisco this morning. Blaine's letter of acceptance contains G.000 words. Blocks, tackle, rigging, etc.. for sale at Foard fc Stokes. F. 11. Stokes is a puesonger on the in coming steamer. The camp meeting begins at Ocean park to-morrow. The Gleaner starts for Deep Itiver to morrow 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. — 20 July 1884

C4J Wm ga itotm ASTORIA, OREGON: SUNDAY... JULY 20, 1684 SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE PORT OF ASTORIA. VESSELS IN TIIE RIVER. o Alden Bcsse, Am bk MtWtshinKton, Am sp City of Delhi. Br sp Martha Fisher, Bollo of Oregon, Am bk Uoloma. Alameda, Am sp Aeolus, VESSELS OH THE WAY. o . From Forelcii Ports, for the Columbia BlVer Abeona, Br sv Glasgow Mar 25 AlpheU. Br bk London Mar 31 Brittania, Gerbk Liverpool June 2G City of York. Greenock April 11 Grisedale, Br sp Liverpool. April 9 Jupiter. Br bk Liverpool April 15 Kirkwood. Brsp 1279 Sydney Mar 27 Largo Law. Br sp Hull March 13 Navesink, Am bk Hong Kong May 29 Werra. Ger bk Liverpool May 7 From American Ports. C S Beroent, Am sp 1900 Philadelphia April 29 TIDE TABIiE FOB ASTORIA. JULY. HIGII WATKIt. LOW WATER. First. Second. I First. Second. gjotio I j 2 2 5? . .F l.P QHSHSHISH5 h. m. . h. m. .v h. m. , m. s Si , S 718a 8 24 929 10 28 1123a 012p 0 01a 0-11 1 19 1 :- 2 37 3 27 A 'St 5.S1 7 32p 7T 1 23a 13 1 Zp 8 25 78 2 24 10 2 05 9 15 8 0 3...

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. — 23 July 1884

03 S? " " M j A. .A. A Z 'vrlrJL IrTnl T. 1 A -lite -JSiifete!. vyl jf I. iJl 1 ir 31 1 111 I B 1 i S"sltefsSS ni nk I 111 I I 111 I I VOL. XXII, iG. 13. ASTORIA, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, JULY 23, 1884: PKICE, FIVE CENTS. t-r ' - THE PANAMA CANAL. No great enterprise of the ::e had been so variously represented and misrepresented as the Panama canal. At least five times it has been con demned as impracticable by its ene mies since nhe work wis fairly start ed, and any number of limes before it was otarted. The reassurances of De Lesseps have overcome the influ ence of these condemnations excry time, and all the money he required to prosecute the enterprise has been forthcoming up to the present day. Now comes what is evidently intend ed either as a settlor in the way of condemnation or a "bear" movement against the stock. If the report is true the job ought to bo abandoned at once. If it is false it is a very wicked falsehood. But true or false, unless it is promptly contradicted by De Le...

Publication Title: Daily Morning Astorian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily morning astorian. — 23 July 1884

75f "- CZJ Site gaits lorian. ASTORIA, OREGON: WEDNESDAY JULY 23. 1884 THE ONSLAUGHT ON PIE. 'Tie," says the lexicographer, "is a crust or paste baked "with sometlriug in it;" but the lexicographer does not embody in this definition cither the common or special understanding. To the pie-eater, especially of New England residence or origin, pie is the staff of life, the toothsome orna ment of the festal board on all oc casions. Whether at home or abroad, in the palatial hotel or the humble tavern, he finds all meals distasteful if no pie be there, while the coarsest fare is rendered palatable if pie be the final course. In the spring time of the year no scarcity of materials can deter him from attempting to secure the accustomed viand. As the apple of the orchard diminishes in quantity and increases in price, the apple of the can or of the drying furnace takes its place; and when the lowest ebb is reached, there is still the "vinegar" pie, from vhich a well-bred hippopotamus would tu...

Publication Title: Daily Morning Astorian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily morning astorian. — 23 July 1884

' S&$-rW'' ififr" CV Wt f?atttj. gjtstovian. ASTORIA, OREGON: WEDNESDAY 1 JULY 2::. 1S34 ISSUED EVERY MORNING (Monday excepted) J. F. HALL.ORAN & COMPANY, I'UDLISHECS AT lMtOrilllTTOltS ASTORIAX BUILDING, - - CASS STREET Terms of Subscription. Served by Carrier, per week 15cts. Sent by Mail, per month Ws. " " one ear .$7.00 Free of postage to subscribers. iSAtlrertteemcnts inserted by the year at the rate of S2 per square per mouth. Tran sient advertising fifty cents per square, each insertion. Notice To Advertiser.. Tun Astomax guarantees to its atl- ertisers the largest eirvulution of any newspaper published on the Columbia river. ASTOKI.Y AM VICINITY. "Who will check the elephant's trunk? A circus performer should make a good politician because he is always 'in the ring." Sheik Abadalla Ben Said, of Cole's Arab troupe, is a great performer, so it has Been Said. Jno. McCanu has the contract for building the crossing of Genevieve and Jefferson streets, for $1G5. Peto "NVilh...

Publication Title: Daily Morning Astorian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily morning astorian. — 23 July 1884

C4J lte gmtij stor&tt ASTOKIA, OREGON: WEDNESDAY ....JULY 23. 18S1 HIPPING INTELLIGENCE PORT OF ASTORTA. VFSSI.L IX rilh RIVKR 'H'n Ve. vn 1l MtWIiirpiot, Am up ' itv of Delhi. Mr t-p Mrt ha Fisher, Belle ol iiecon, m bit "olomn. Aiaiii-da. Amsp .coins. VKSSKLS OX TiTJf JT.4 1'. rrr.iti Foreign Poits. for Ifce (V.lumbfu ltlti Ateona, Er si Glasgow May 55 AJpheta. Br bk l.onJor Mar SI lirittania, Gcrbk Liverpool June 26 City of York, Greenock April 11 Grisedalo, Hrsp Liverpool. April 9 Jupiter. Br bk Liverpool April 15 Kirkwood, IJrsp I2T9 Sydney Mar 27 Largo Ijiw. Br sp Hull Marcb 18 Vavetiak, Am bk lions Kons May3 Werra. Ger bk Liverpool May 7 Froiu American lorts. C S Beineut, Am sp 1900 Philadelphia April 29 IWIWIl IIM1WI II EMCTMO j T!XK TA2SLR FOR ASTOItrA. JULY. HIGH WATER. LOW WATEK. I First. Second. I First. SecondT o 2 S 2 S 2IS2 2 CH r-SHlSHS h. m. X . m. ,2 k. in. ,S 1. wi. X 1 7 18a C-l 7 32p 7"7 1 23rt 13 1 13p 1"7 2 8 24 GO S 20 7-8 2 21 P0 2 05 20 3 9 20 00 i) 15 ...

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