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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily morning astorian. — 24 July 1884

.- rn VOL. XXII, NO. 14. ASTORIA, OREGOjNVTHURSDAY, JULY 21, 1884. . PIUCE, FIYE CENTS. II HlIP ' I lli i I liiffSS: Ml wm i iHiTi 111 Hi vk ji p W W KB I h I -4- -lrp,--:?! - m II III III AMERICAN INDEPENDENCE. "William M. Evarts, speaking from the historical standpoint at the Re publican ratification meeting in New York last Tuesday, stated that pro tection means American indepen dence. To those who have not given the subject attention, that ma seem to be merely a. campaign averment thrown off to tickle the ears of the groundlings. The hard facts that we govern ourselves, make peace and war, and demean ourselves generally as an independent nation, are op posed to such a view. But, for all that, no more epigraraatic form was ever given to a great economical truth. Protection means that indus trial independence without which po litical independence cannot be of any great value. If the doctrine of free trade, to which the Democratic party is wedded, but which half the lime it lacks t...

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. — 24 July 1884

CZJ he gaitg IMforian. ASTORIA, OREGON- THURSDAY.... .JULY 24, 1SS1 The salmon fishing season closes in Maine September 15th. - - As high as S20 per head is offered at Victoria, B. 0., by Chinamen, to bo landed on American soil. Over two thousand cradles that Blaine "was rocked in are already in the market A gbeat many Democrats are of the opinion that it would improve their ticket to turn it upside down. Gboyep. Cleveland is forty-seven years of age, and Thomas A. Hen dricks is sixty-five. Cleveland was bom in New Jersey and Hendricks in Ohio. Joseph Cook calls himself a ''pan den ominationalist." If he has any more eight-syllabled words on hand he can make money by selling them to campaign orators. Max? anxious politicians are won dering what John Kelly will do. Those who know him best wonder what he will not do. The enigma will be solved iu November. "Wattersox has made a new word liripoop. A liripoop is a Democrat who won't go with the crowd, ne is of the same family as the mugw...

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. — 24 July 1884

ar v) $ olaUu Sjustorimu ASTORIA, OREGON: THURSDAY. ..JULY 24,1884 ISSUED EVERY MORNING. (Monday excepted) J. F. HAL.LORAN & COMPANY, publishers akd vnontiirroi:?, A8TORIAN BUILDING, - - CASSSTRKEl Terms ofSabKcrlption. Served by Carrier, per week 15cLs. Sent by Mall, per month cods. ' " " one year ?7.oo rree of postage to subscribers. "Advertisements inserted by the j ear at the rate of S2 per square per month. Tran sient advertising fifty cents per square, each insertion. Notice To Advertisers. Tiie Astorian' guarantees to its ad vertisers the largest eirulation of. any newspaper published on the Columbia river. ASTORIA AM YICIXITV. . Clntsoii County is to have a new court house. Nearly n,00D people attended last even ing's circus performance. Ex-Congressman George arrived at his home in Portland yesterday. The Santa Cruz with freight from San Francisco is duo tomorrow. Ben Cotton -will be hero tomonow eve ning. Reserved seats at Nov York Novelty Store- Win. Webber of Ynquinn,...

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. — 24 July 1884

Pf3 lite attg stodam ASTORIA, OREGON: THURSDAY. JULY24.1SS4 SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE PORT OF ASTORIA. ARRIVAL PRUT SKA Kirkwoi d, Brsp 129 Sydney July 23 VESSELS IX THE Rl VER. Alden Bespe, Am bk MfWashincton. Am sp City of Delhi. Br ep Martha ruber, Bcllo ci Oregon, Am bk Coloma. Alameda, Am sp Aeolus. VESSELS OA TEE WAY. From Forcleu Ports, fcr the C'olnnsbla Hirer Abeona, Br sd Glasgow May 23 Alpheta. Br bk London Mar 31 Brittania, Gerbk Liverpool June 2G City of York. Greenock April 11 Grisedale, Brsp Liverpool. April 9 Jupiter. Br bk Liverpool April 15 Largo Law. Br sp Hull March IS Navcfcink, Am bk Hone Kobe May 2& "Terra. Gcr bk Liverpool May 7 From American Ports. O S Bement, Am sp 1900 Philadelphia April 29 tiih: takIiE fok astokia. JULY. HIGH WATER. j LOW WATKK. I First. Second. First. Second. SHSHSHl:-'; h W. X l' " ' "n- ,. '" " fe, , S i 17 20 23 24 24 24 10 28 1123a 012-J 0 01a 0 41 1 11 1 .i7 2 C7 3 27 4 'Si 5.'!1 0 42 r4 2-3 21 2-0 111 17 15 13 7. 14 10 3-" 114a 0 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. — 26 July 1884

T5? r f ; 03 fir in i 111 A-f I i-&mss a a4 i'ir-ir rfirmr lJiii B i i 1 11 i 1 i i""S6iEs-mte .X 1il I II I I III I I' VOL. XXII, NO. 61. THE PENALTY OF KUXNIXtt 1011 OFFICE. Charges Wlihh the (iowiuir Imvs Buffalo, July 22. The Editing Telcgrajih publishes a three-column story about Governor Cleveland's private life. The paper pi in is a ions communication, accusing him of va rious immoralities, and s:is the min isters of this city and newspaper men from elsewhere have been investigat ing the matter. The 7' If graph says the story is that Maria Halpcr vras wronged by Cleveland. The woman lost a responsible position she had long held with Flint & Kent of this city. The result of her relations with the noted politician is a son, now living, who bears the Governor's image, it he does not bear his name. The woman implored Cleveland to redeem his pledge to marry her and properly care for the child and its mother. He put her off till her heart grew sick. Her former female friend...

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. — 26 July 1884

"" - wr -y rf if8p -t r3 he gatttf gioran. ASTORIA, OREGON: SATURDAY- ..JCJLY 26,1881 THE FISH TRAPS ACROSS THE RIVER. Ik another column are presented the views of a correspondent concern ing the rights of fish trap osiers. Their side of the question as therein stated brings up no statements not made before. The question is one that depends for its presentation entirely on the point of view taken by the party dis cussing it The fishermen think that they are in the right; the trap owners maintain that they are in the right Let us see. The loss of life is the greatest objection. No one will deny that during the season now closing several good, steady men have lost their lives by reason of these traps. This is something that is con ceded by the most resolute defender of the traps. It is claimed without successful contradiction that the men who lost their lives in these traps would have been able to make shore in safety had it not been for unavoid ably running into those traps, cap sizi...

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. — 26 July 1884

C3J $hc gaUtj Jstotiaw. ASTORIA, OREGON: SATURDAY...." ... J .JULY 2(5. 181 ISSUED EVERY MORNING. (Monday excepted) J. F. HA.L.L.ORAN & COMPANY, rUIJl.TSHF.KS .VXD rjioritiirrnits, ASTORIAN BUILDING, - - CASSbTUEET Term of Subscription. Served by Carrier, per week Sent by Mail, per month ' " " one year ... rree of postage to subscribers. ... 13cts. G0ct.. .$7.00 23?"Advcrt!ifMiiP!it: iiijprtnl livtlio iwirM the rate of $2 per square per mouth. ' Tnrn- 311:111 .uivernsuig liny cents per snuare, eacji Insertion. Notice To Advertiser. The Astop.ian' guarantees to its ad vertisers the largest circulation of any newspaper published on the Columbia river. ITEMS AUOTM) TOIV.V Comparison is invited. Ben Cotton matinee this afternoon. The Columbia arrived in at noon yes terday. The State of California lc.ivos to-day for Sau Francisco. The Alameda loads wheat, rloar and salmon for Liverpool. Police court, yesterday Eight drunks; John Dee, et al., 39.50. The C. S. IFurlburt cleared from Ne...

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. — 26 July 1884

Cfi . ftc ga &$iwhtt. ASTORIA, OREGON: SATURDAY. JULY 2G. 16S4 SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE PORT OF ASTORIA. ARRIVALS FROM SKA. Columbia, ss S F July ?5 TCavesink, Am bk II one Kong July 25 VESSELS IN THE RIVER. Alden Bes?e, Am bk MtW&sbington, Am sp City of Delhi. Br ep Martha Fianer, Belle of OrecoD, Am bk Coloma. s Kirkwocd, Br sp Alameda, Am sp Aeolus, VESSELS OS THE WAY. From Forelgru Ports, for the Colatnbla Elver Abeona, Br ep Glasgow May 25 Alpheta. Br bk London Mar SI ISrittania, Ger bk Liverpool June2C. Oity of York. Greenock April 11 Grisedalo, Br sp Liverpool. April 9 Jupiter. Br bk Liverpool April 15 Largo Law. Br Bp llull March IS Werra.-Ger bk Liverpool May 7 From American Ports. C S Beraent, Am sp 1900 Philadelphia April CD ami aaMa pgh TIIK TARLE FOR ASTORIA. JULY. IHOIt WATKIt. LOW WATER. First. Second. First. Second. H . Zl & X t SHB h. m. .2 h. m. .S h. m. jS A. m. JS i s 7 18i 8 24 !)29 10 28 1123a 01'2p 7 32p 77 1 23a 13 1 13p 8 25 78 2 24 10 2 05 9 15 8 0...

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. — 29 July 1884

CD- '- ' , , . - VOL. XXII, NO. 18. ASTORIA, OREGOft'TUJSSDAY, JULY 29, 1884. PRICE, FIVE CENTS -fr w, ANOTHER ARCTIC TRAGEDY. Intrrc-tin:; War Incident. TRANSPORTATION LINES. BUSINESS CABDS. Tiiestory of another mighty tragedy has come down from the northern seas. Seventeen brave men, pinioned upon an ice floe, starved and frozen to death in a long agony. The pitiless northern winter would yield them nothing but a winding sheet of frost and a couch o ice to die on. The story emphasizes anew the wicked ness of tempting the fury of the bar barous zone, which offers nothing to the living but unspeakable hardships, and locks the earth even against mak ing a grave for the dead. Science asks no more such costly sacrifices, and can give no promise of a return commensurate with the risk, even if the utmost dreamed of could be ac complished. Nature need not be blamed for these deaths. It has placed its warnings on trees and shrubs, and chiseled them on the glaciers, warning daring mortals b...

Publication Title: Daily Morning Astorian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily morning astorian. — 29 July 1884

Czj ftc gattjj ltotf&tu .ASTORIA, OREGON: TUESDAY- JULY 29. 18SJ DIFFERENCE IN PHRASING IN ENGLAND AND AMERICA. The following peculiarities in speech in England and America are noted by ebservers: Aii American takes a passage "on" a boat, an Englishman takes his "in" it; a "railroad" in America is a "rail way" in England; the American "lo comotive" is the English "enginef the former "switches off," the latter is "shunted" to a side track; our "de pot" is the English -"station," for they use "depot only in its original sense, as a magazine where stores are deposited; we send by "mail," they by "post;" the "baggage" of an Amer ican traveler is the "luggage" of an Englishman; one "buys a ticket for" the end of his journey, the other is "booked for" his destination. If we take a "hack we mean a coach, but- the English hack is a riding horse. In shopping the same difference exists. An American "hardware merchant" is an English "ironmonger;" "dry goods" here are there known as "haberd...

Publication Title: Daily Morning Astorian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily morning astorian. — 29 July 1884

CV! $hc gatfjj gtstoran. ASTOKIA, OREGON: TUESDAY-... 1IZ ZlULY 29. 1SS1 ISSUED EVERY MORNING. (Monday excepted) J. F. HA1A.ORAN & COMPANY, rUBLISHEKS ASI) PJtOriilKTOKS, A8TORIA.XBUILDI.NG, - - CASS STREET Terms of Subscription. Served by Carrier, per week l5cts. bent by Mail, per mouth cOcts. " " one year .$7.00 i ree ot postage to subscribers. "Advertisements inserted by the vear at the rate of $2 per square per month. ' Tran sient advertising fifty cents per square, each insertion. Notice To Atlrcriisors. The Astoriax guarantees to its ad vertisers the largest circulation of any newspaper niiblishjfT on the Columbia river. AKOUSl) THE CITV. The Kirkwoml is lightering at Wnl ker's Island. Bishop Morris and family have taken up their summer residence at upper As toria. The schooner Big Ritcr, from San Francisco, came in last Sunday to load lumber. Beserved seats for the great Charlotte Thompson performance at the New York Novelty store. The Parish Aid society of Grace church w...

Publication Title: Daily Morning Astorian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily morning astorian. — 29 July 1884

ttj Mbt a Itoim ASTORIA, OREGON: TUESDAY JULY 20, 18S1 SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE PORT OF ASTORIA. VESSELS IN THE RIVER. o Aldn Ree. Am bk MtWashinKton, Am sp City of Delhi. Br sp Martha Fisher, Rlle of oiecon. Am blc Coloraa. Kirko-d. Brsp Alameda. Am sp Ktvesink, Am blc Aeolus, VESSELS OA THE WA Y. tTowt Forelgu .Porta, for the Colombia River Abeoss, Br sp Olasftow Mar 25 Alpbeta. Br bk London Mar 31 Hrittania, Gerbk Liverpool Jnne 26 City of York. Greenock April 11 Grisedale, Br sp Liverpool. April 9 Jnpiter, Br bk Liverpool Aprif IS Largo Lair. Br sp 11 nil March 18 Werra. Ger bk Liverpool May 7 From American Forts. (,' S Beinent, Am ep 1900 Philadelphia April 23 T1IK TAItrK FOR ASTORIA. JULY. . - IIIOII WATKU. j LOW WATKB. First. Second. I First. Second. E ji H S H a s S a h g h ana h. in. , A. . j h. m. jo h. m. j &i ( S 17 20 2-3 24 24 24 24 2-3 21 2D 1-9 17 1-5 13 18 9D 9-1 8-8 82 7'5 7-0 C-5 C'l 51) (i-0 C-2 c-o 7 SG 9 14 10 3:1 11 4!)a 04Rp 041a 2-3 25 27 27 2-ti 1 2-3 R-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. — 30 July 1884

CO yyill: L I D I 1 1 i ?li-V LULL EL I L VOL. XXII, NO. 19. ASTORIA, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, JULY 30, 1884. PRICE, FIVE CENTS. THE CHOLERA EPIDEMIC. Graphic Descriptions of Terrible Sc-ne in the Infectetl Districts. New York, July 2S- The Times has along dispatch from Marseilles, in which the writer says: "I have visit ed eighty-four patients in hospitals here, in all stages of the disease, from the last agonized breath to the period of convalescence. Every face of these eighty-four, males and fe males, was the face of a person from the lower walks of life, and this I am told has been the rule among patients from the beginning. Xinetcen-tweu-tieths of the patients received at the Pharoah hospital have failed to re cover. For the last fortnight matters have improved. The treatment, both here and 'at Toulon, in the first place, is twenty drops of laudanum, with three grammes of ether, with ice in the mouth, to stop vomiting. In the second stage the patients become very cold, and from ten ...

Publication Title: Daily Morning Astorian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily morning astorian. — 30 July 1884

CZ1 hc Sa iMtotfim. ASTOKIA, OREGON: WEDNESDAY-. .JULY SO, 16S4 FOLLY ON ICE. Let the pole rest The pathways leading to its supposititious site are strewn with bones. Sorrow lies en shrined around its graves. Treasure and toil have been wasted in the fruitless effort to solve a problem which when solved might be of little practical value. "What if the pole was discovered? It would be impos sible for all save a few intrepid and experienced mariners to get there. Let the pole" sleep. Leave it to th$ bears, and walruses, to the strange wild lights which illumine these glassy wilds with the spectres of the ages. If dreamy and restless scien tists and mariners with a taste for cold and blubber must go, let other nations send them. There is better and far more urgent work for Ameri can brains and American seamanship to do a little nearer home. No president of the United States has ever worn only a mustache dur ing his tenure of office. From "Wash ington down to Lincoln all had smooth face...

Publication Title: Daily Morning Astorian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily morning astorian. — 30 July 1884

C3 ASTORIA, OREGON: "WEDNESDAY. ...TULYS0.18S4 ISSUED EVERY MORNING. (Monday excepted) J. F. HAJL.L.ORAN & COMPANY, rUBLISHI'.KS AND VKOntlKTOKS, ASTORIA N BUILDING, - - UASSbTRKET Terms or.Subscrlptlon. 8erved by Carrier, per week l3cts. Went by Mail, per moulh COcts. " one year .?7.00 Free of postage to subscribers. "Advertisements inserted by tlie year at the rate of S2 per square per month. Tran sient advertising fifty cents per square, each Insertion. Notice To Advertisers. The Astokiax guarantees to its ad vertisers the largest circulation of any newspaper published on the Columbia river. FROM THE UKI'OKTKIt'S OTE BOOK. Eighteen occupants of the couutv jail at present. The C. S. Hurlburl is on the way from New York to the Columbia. The Kale and Anna comes down stream to-day with wool for Yaquiua. The Oregon is due this morning with an enormous freight and passenger list. Bead The Daily Mousing Astobiax, for the news, collected and pressnted in readable shape. Have you rese...

Publication Title: Daily Morning Astorian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily morning astorian. — 30 July 1884

C4D k mt Mm. ASTORIA, OREGON: WEDNESDAY JULY 33. 1884 SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE PORT OF ASTORIA. VESSELS IN THE RIVER. o Alden Besse, Am bk MtWasbiDgton, Am p OitrofBelhi.Brsp Mhrth Fisher, Belle of OrecoD, Am uk Coloma. Kirltwood. Br sp Alameda. Am sp Navesink, Am bk Aeolns, VESSELS OA THE WAY. From ForelcM Ports, for (lie Columbia Elver Abeona, Br sp Glasgow May 25 Alpbeta. Br bk London Alar SI Brittania, Ger bk larerpool June 26 City of York. Greenock April 11 Urisedale. Br sp Liverpool. April 9 Jupiter. Br bk Liverpool April 15 Largo Law. Br sp llnll Marcb 19 Werra. Ger bk Liverpool May 7 From American Perls. . C. S. Hultert Am bk New Y ork July 26 G S Bement, Am sp 1900 Philadelphia April 2s) TIIK TABtiR FOB ASTjOBTA. JULY. HIGH WATKR. LOW WATER. First. Second. I First. Second. Z o FlTi i s i s s a P 151 h a h a h 5 h m. s n. m. s A. m. j ft. m. s J&i t i 718a 8 24 929 10 28 1123a 012p 32p 7-7 1 23a 13 1 13p 25 78 2 24 TO 2 05 13 8 0 3 24 0-7 2 G7 59 8M 4 24 03 3 48 40 83 5 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. — 1 August 1884

I. oj (if bill r 3L 1 11 1 I Il"feisi7j L Ul L I 111 1 '" .-mo' v - wr-- 'txy ASTORIA, OREGON, FJRIlQi, AUGUST I, 1884. VOL. XXII, NO. 21. PRICE, FIVE CENTS. HENDRICKS' ACCEPTANCE. Speech of the Democratic Viu PrcMden tial Nominee. Sabatoqa, July 30. -A part of the committee appointed by the recent Democratic national convention for the purpose of notifying candidates of their nominal ion arrived last night. Hendricks is at the Grand hotel. The committe held a private consul tation at 1120, to take action on the matter. A committee consisting of Yilas of "Wisconsin, Waller of Con necticut, Hocker of Mississippi and Stockton of New Jersey, was appoint ed to confer with Hendricks and as certain the most feasible hourio make the final notification. The com mittee returned and stated that HeS:- dricks would be ready at 2 o'clock. and the ceremonies would take place in the large parlor at that time. "Waler of Connecticut introduced a resolution extending thanks to "W. F. Vilas, chairman,...

Publication Title: Daily Morning Astorian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily morning astorian. — 1 August 1884

rw 7 . t m hc ga IMtariatt, ASTORIA, OREGON: FRIDAY AUGUST 1. 18S1 COST OF THE PUBLIC LANDS. It is a mistake to suppose that the public lands cost the Government nothing but the expense of survey ing. The immense domain so lavish ly granted to the railroads and other corporations has actually been pro cured at a large expenditure of mon ey. Our several foreign purchases the running expenses of all our Land Offices, and the incidental charges of administration, constitute but a fraction of the real cost. The expen diture on account of Indians is the substantial portion. If vre -wish to discover what -we are actually grant ing to great corporations, or selling at a nominal rate to foreign lords by millions of acres, vre should, reckon up the whole cost of our Indian ad ministration. A volume of about 1,350 pages, just issued from the Government printing office, prepared by Thomas Donald son, of the committee on codification of the public land commission, en titled, 'The Public Domain,...

Publication Title: Daily Morning Astorian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily morning astorian. — 1 August 1884

-Bs! . C3: he gjattjj gysioran ASTORIA, OREGON: FRIDAY- .AUGUST 1, 1S34 ISSUED EVERY MORNING. (Monday excepted) J. F. HAL.1.0RAN & COMPANY, 1'OM.ISHKKS AND PKOI'IMETOItS, AKTOIIIAX BUILDING, - - CASS STREET Terms of Snbscrlptlou. Served by Carrier, per week sent by Mail, per month ' " onevcur 1-ree of postage to subscribers. . loClS. .. -COCtS. .57.00 fcs7"Advcrtiseincnts inserted bv the carat the rate of 2 per square per month. Tran sient advertising fifty cents per square, each Insertion. Notice To Advertisers. The Astokiax guarantees to its adV vcrtisers the largest circulation of any newspaper published on the Columbia river. ASTORU ASH VICINITY. To-night ''Jane Eyre." Reserved seats for to-night's perforin acce at the New York Novelty store. The City of Delhi takes on about iiO.OOO cases salmon, and will finish to-rnorrow night. The Oregon arrived in yesterday morn ing, and the Colvmbiu sailed yesterday afternoon. S. B. Crow displays some photographic work fully equal to th...

Publication Title: Daily Morning Astorian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily morning astorian. — 1 August 1884

at CM) lite h gwfem. ASTORIA, OREGON: FRIDAY- ...AUGUST 1, 1881 SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE PORT OF ASTORIA. SAILED Colnmbii.ssSFJulySI A KM X A Lf fHUM fitA Orecon, is Poeblmaa. S F July SI VESSELS IN TEE RIVER. 0 Alden Be9e, Am bk MtWashincton, Am sp City of Delhi. Br sp Coloma . Belle of Orecon, Am bic Alameda. Am sp Klrkwood, Br sp Aeolus, jJatesink, Am bk VESSELS OA THE WAY. o From Foreign Ports, for !le Columbia River Abeona, Br sp Glasgow May 25 Alpbeta. Br bk London Mar SI Erittania.Gcrbk Liverpool June 2C City of York. Greenock April 11 Grisedale, Br sp Liverpool. April 9 Jupiter. Br bk Liverpool April 15 Largo Law. Br sp Hull March IS Werra. Ger bk Liverpool May 7 Froni American Ports. C. S. Hultert Am bk New ork July 26 0 S Bement, Am sp 1900 Philadelphia April 23 TIDE TABLE FOB ASTOKIA. AUGUST. HIGH WATKR. , I LOW WATKU. First. Second. I First. Second. S ! 2 3 i s 1 s SfciH to H . ja h 51 h Ja h a h a & j. J" h. in. I J2 A. i. .S 7. m. .2 c; i 8 51a 9 55 58 8 22p 7'7 2 410...

Publication Title: Daily Morning Astorian, The
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