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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-weekly astorian. — 16 August 1873

CI) r , - h ffi & wMr sws- ... r r -ir f pgwwwayi ji 'ii'.nw'Hii. .. -.' -' ' 'Mi iu. mm .""' i.,'irwyiMimtnjiii BI-WEEKLY' ASTORIAI. a Yol. 1. Astoria, Oregon, Saturday Morning, August 16, 1873. No. 21. THE ASTORIAN. PUBLISHED KVERY TUESD AY, THURSDAY AXD SATURDAY, Monitor Building, Astoria, Oregon. I. CIBELAXD Proprietor Subscription Rates: Ono Copy ono year. S-" 00 , vjne uopy six montns w Ono Copy throo months .... 1 50 il& Single Number, Ton Cents. " Advertising Kates: One Insertion per square, 10 lines or le?s...S2 ."SO Each additional Insertion, per square 2 00 Yearly adv'ts per month, por square 1 50 Agents : L. P. Fisher, 20 and 21 Now Merchants Ex- ' .change, i- authorized to act as Agent for the AsTouiv.v in San Francico. Any friend who fools an interest in the pros perity of this rogion, is authorized to act as Agent for this paper, in procuring subscribers. CITY INTELLIGENCE. The "bark Edward James, loaded at Weidler's mill for Hongkong, ia due at Astoria on her...

Publication Title: Tri-Weekly Astorian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-weekly astorian. — 16 August 1873

LZ-1 ff-H-Weekly storiaTT x ASTORIA, OREGON.: IltE&AXlV. Editor. i. c SATURDAY August 16, 1873 It seems after all that Gen. Yan iTuren has not only brought shame upon his name, but disgrace to Ameri ca from his course of management at Yiienna. "Will he be incontinentally kicked out? is the question, now. Now that it turns out the North ern Pacific Railroad company have no lot or part in Tacoma, we invite that company to extend its operations this way and envelope Astoria with the iron bars. It is said the schooner Superior, of the Star line of packets, will be placed on the line between this city andPuget Sound ports as stJu as her cargo is -discharged. T'ao. Superior sailed for Astoria ten days ago. Other vessels of this line will enter the trade, which will no doubt prove a source of profit, to the owners, as they have reduced the rates of freights, and therefore may anticipate considerable patronage. An overland traveler writes to a Milwaukee paper long complaints of the dang...

Publication Title: Tri-Weekly Astorian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-weekly astorian. — 16 August 1873

on - '5eF , - . Tri-Weckly Astorian SATURDAY August 16, 1873 Title Tabic for Astoria-. High W-aitcr.I Low Water. August. "I' a r. . r. .r. '-!. A. if. r. m. H. ... 7 24.... .... JW!..-... ..1 10 .-.2 20 , ..: 32 .A 43 ..5 4S ..i 42 ..7 27 ...7 5i ...S IS ..8 37 0 :n 1 46 2 "w 4 04 5 10 G OS 5 5 7 40 8 1 8 52 17....... S tr... ..... S 02P.-.V..- IS ...... 9 4fK i) 071.v..v l...-.v.v.46 .")8 10 07?..-... ).a-.v.-.v.:.12 02 11 (ttf-.-.... SK-.W.-..-..-12 52. 11 .51?..... 22. .-.1 2fi...... 41 . 0 31 1 021 24 1 07 2 11.... i 1 42 1 m..:.. POUT OF ASTOHIA. Following is a list of vessels on the way to this port, and a record of the arrivals and de partures up to date: Bark Wctterhorn, from San Francico, sailed August 14th. Schooner Superior from San Francisco,sailed An'gust JTth. Brig Orient, sailed from San Francisco for Astoria, August 8th. Sch Maria Crockard, sailed from Honolulu about July 20th. Schooner Hera, from Melbourne duo British bark Vesta, from Liverpool, to Jan ion & Rho...

Publication Title: Tri-Weekly Astorian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-weekly astorian. — 16 August 1873

00 Ski Tri-Weekly Astorian "SATURDAY August 16, 1873 , C'liurcli XoUccs, Grace Church, (Prot. Episcopal) RoV--. T A JIvIand Hector, Divine services every Sunday niW, a m and 7 r m; Sunday School at 1 p m Congregational Church, Rev A "W Tonny Pastor. Divine services every Sunday at 10 a MandT r m; Pr&yef. Meotang every Thurs day evening, Sunday School neets at 12 m Post Office Xotice. The Genral Delivery at the Astoria Poatoiace will bo open daily, (except Sun days), from S o'clock a. m. until 7 r, m. On Sundays from 1 to 2 o'clock p. m. Money Orders issued from S a. m-. to 4. - MAILS CLOSE: For Portland and intermediate offices, at 5 o'clock A. m. daily. For Skipanon, Seaside ftcfcse, and Tilla mook, daily on arrival of the mail from Portland. For Forts Stevens and CapcDisappoint raenti Unity, Oysterville, and Olympia Tuesdays and Thursday, at 7:30 a. m. For lvnappton, Grays riven Klaskdnine, Youngs river, Lewis and Clarke, jNeha em valley, etc., irregular. 2rfBozeau's Small-Pox...

Publication Title: Tri-Weekly Astorian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-weekly astorian. — 19 August 1873

CO uww !!! i iu'i.'huiiimim i mm mm MBtW T T-WEEK TOBIAN. Vol. 1. Astoria, Oregon, Tuesday Morning, August 19, 1873. No. 22. TR LT A.u THE ASTORIAN. PUBLISHED EVEKY TUESDAY, THURSDAY AND SATURDAY, Monitor Building, Aftoria, Orogon. JD. C. IRELAND Proprietor Subscription Rates: One Copy onoyear. So 00 One Copy six. months - 3 00 One Copy throe months 1 50 3" Single Number, Ten Cents. "SKI Advertising- Rates: One Insertion per square, 10 lines or less...$2 50 Each additional Insertion, por square 2 00 Yearly adv'ta per month, por square 1 50 Agents : L. P. Fisher, 20 and 21 Now Merchants Ex change, is authorized to act as Agent for the Astoeiax in San Francisco. Any friend who feels an interest in tho pros perity of this region, is authorized to act as Agent for this paper, in procuring subscribers. CITY INTELLIGENCE. A Special meeting of the Common Council will be held this evening. If youwant 160 acres of good farm ing land give us a call. Last Saturday the barkentine Jane A. Falkin...

Publication Title: Tri-Weekly Astorian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-weekly astorian. — 19 August 1873

CZD mS Tri-TTeekly .Astorian o'papt cmv.acis:: W , . . I. IKEI.AXI.... . Editor - TUESDAY. ...August 19, 1S73 i IXIVKESSIOXS OF ASTORIA. 'One of the benefits arising from the numerous visitors at Astoriaand- the Seaside from other parts of the coun try during the "Watering Season, is the usually good opinion and favora ble conclusions formed respecting the place and its people. A friend who has been here for a month contributes the following for publicatien: " Familiarity with scenes of rare beauty inevitably accustoms the eye to their claims for admiration and doubtless the citizens of Astoria do not look upon their city and its sur roundings with the same spirit with which a stranger's eye would view them. To one who sees this city and its surroundings for the first time,and who looks down from its elevation up on the magnificent panorama which is spread before him, the Columbia river and broad bay outstretching far and wide until lost in. silent bufc ex .pressive grandeur of Xhd ...

Publication Title: Tri-Weekly Astorian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-weekly astorian. — 19 August 1873

O Tri-Weekly Astorian TUESDAY. August 19, 1S73 Title TaIIc for Astoria. High Water.l Low "Water. AugtlFt. A. M. 1 -I- M.i A. M. r. m. 19.. ).. 21.. 22... 2:1.. 24.. ..10 .18 10 07 4 J: 4 01 10 ..12 02 11 0:?p r 4S r .12 .",2 11 51! 0 42 6 OS 1 2tf..: 7 27 ... 0 31 1 52 7 51 ... 1 07 2 MI .8 IS .. 1 42 1 S2P 8 87 (5 5-j 740 8 15 S 52 PORT OF ASTORIA. Following i a list of vessels on the way to this port, and a record of tho arrivals and de imrtures up to date: Barkentino Webfoot, Gago, sailed from San Pr&nciFco August 7th. Brig Orient, Wheelwright sailed from San Francipco August Hb. Bark Rival, Clements, loading in San Fran cisco for Columbia river. Btoamer John L. Stephens sailed for Astoria August 16th from San Francisco. Bark Wcttorhorn sailed from San Francisco, August Mth, Schoonor Superior from San Francisco.sailcd Aujflirt 9 th. Schooner II era, from Melbourne duo British "bark Vesta, from Liverpool, to Jan ion k Rhodes 12(3 days out August 12. British bark Sylhet, Liverp...

Publication Title: Tri-Weekly Astorian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-weekly astorian. — 19 August 1873

C41 Tri-Weekly Astorian TUESDAY. August 19, 1873 BEREFT. From Manuscript of 1S50. To-day they laid her in the tomh, And I am left alone; And hitting in her silent room. I hear the wild winds moan. They shriek and rave above her grave, Like ocean wave, by tempest tossed; They shriek their woe, they drift the snow Above my loved and lott. And must I tread the path alone, The dreary path of life? So one to cheer my faltering steps, Bereft of thee, sweet wife. Ah J through tho gloom of this lone room I hear the winds moan above her bed. They shriek and blow, they drift tho snow Above my darling's. head. It cannot bo; come back, come back! I cannot live alone; This earth is but a dreary waste "With thy loved presence gone. Still the winds moan with solemn tone Alone! alone! the sad tears start. The wild winds blow, they drift the snow Above my dear one's heart. Post Office Notice Tho General Delivery at tho Astoria Postoffico will be open daily, (except Sun days), from 8 o'clock A. M. un...

Publication Title: Tri-Weekly Astorian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-weekly Astorian. — 21 August 1873

CO ju mi, i. iLiiHi.ui I,,,, mmmmmnmmmmmam . im miimix TRI-WEEKLY j:i . ja Yol. 1. Astoria, Oregon, Thursday Morning, August 21, 1873. No. 23, A STYRT1AF :"iT -LJL ky JL y JLI;cJLjLLL i i ' THE ASTORIAN. PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY, THURSDAY AND SATURDAY, Monitor Building, Astoria, Oregon. IX. C. IRELAND Proprietor Subscription Kates: On Copy onoyear S5 00 One Copy six months - 3 00 Ono Copy threo months 1 50 J8GT- Single Number, Ten Cents. a Advertising1 Bates: Ono Insertion per square, 10 lines or less...S2 50 Each additional Insertion, per square 2 00 Yearly adv'ts per month, per square 1 50 Agents: L.P. Fisher, 20 and 21 New Merchants Ex change, is authorized to act as Agent for the Abtoeian in San Francisco. Any friend who feels an interest in the pros perity of this regionis authorized to act as Agont for this paper, in procuring subscribers. CITY INTELLIGENCE. Eleven passengers came over from Skipanonbythe sloop Mary H., Captain Poole, Tuesday evening. The schooner Hector is in w...

Publication Title: Tri-Weekly Astorian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-weekly Astorian. — 21 August 1873

czl wwmv&A&aaaBmm m v Tri-Weekly Astofip ASTOlUA,OKEGpN: . C. IREfcA : v..Etlitor. .THUBSDAY.... ugiisx 21, JLS73 ' IMPRESSIONS OF ASTORIA. oerwkast Tuesday we-published a con tribution from a friend upon subjects suggested on his first visit to Astoria. "Below we copy from a private letter ' -to one of our citizens, the impressions . of a correspondent at Port Macon, -North. Carolina, suggested on receiv ing the Astobian. The writer spent about eighteen months here, a few years ago, and seems not to have for jgotten his first impressiens: "I was somewhat surprised at the , isize, and appearance, and tri-weekly ' 'issue of the Astobian, and am glad , the people of Astoria have the energy to support it. The editor is no new hand at the business, I surmise, and ,, if' properly sustained will make his paper useful not only to Astoria but to society at large in Oregon. The more I think over the matter, the surer I am that Astoria is bound to , be one of the largest cities of the...

Publication Title: Tri-Weekly Astorian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-weekly Astorian. — 21 August 1873

qi . Tri-Weekly Astorian ' THURSDAY August 21, 1873 Tide Table for Astoria. High Water.! Low Water. August- A.M. P. M. A. M. r. m. '20... 21... 2L. S3... ... 25.., .12 02 11 03J 5 48 5 10 .12 52 11 .'ill. .6 42 6 0S 6 58 740 8 10 8 52 i m...., ... 0 31 1 52.... ... 1 07 2 13g.... .- 1 42 1 32J .7 27 .7 56 .8 18 .8 37. PORT OF ASTORIA. Itrilowingis a list of vcssols on the way to tfcia port, and a record of tho arrivals and de partures up to date: " Barkentino Webfoot, Gage, sailed from San Cfcancisco August 7th. Brig Orient, Wheelwright sailed from San Francisco August 8th. Bark Rival, Cloruents, loading in San Fran cisco for Columbia river. Steamer John L. Stephens sailed for Astoria August 10th from San Francisco. -.Bark Wetterhorn sailed from San Francisco, August 13th, Schooner Superior from San Francisco.sailed AogOft9th. Schooner Hera, from Melbourne due British bark Vesta, from Liverpool, to Jan bxx k Rhodes 12(5 days out August 12. British bark Sylhct, Liverpool, via Victori...

Publication Title: Tri-Weekly Astorian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-weekly Astorian. — 21 August 1873

C4J Tri-Weekly Astorian THURSDAY August 21, 1873 J?bst Office Notice. The General Delivery at the Ahtoria Postoffice will be open daily, (except Sun days), from 8 o'clock A. m. until 7 p, m. On Sundays from 1 to 2 o'clock p. m. Money Orders issued from 8 a.m. to 4, MAILS CLOSE: Por Portland and intermediate offices, at 5 o'clock a. m. daily. ' Por Skipanon, Seaside hotte, and Tilla mook, daily on arrival of the mail from Portland. PorJFoits Stevens And CapeDisappoint- ment, TJnity, Oysterville, and Olympia Tuebdayb and Thursdays, at 7:30 a. m. .PorKnappton, Grays river, Klaskanme, Youngs river, Lewis and Clarke, rseha- em valley, etc., irregular. -- "-Republican State Convention. A Republican State Convention for the State of Oregon, will 'be held at the city of Albany, Thursday the 11th day of September, 1873, at 2 o'clock p. m., for the purpose of nominating a candidate for Member of Congress, to fill the vacancy occasioned by the death of Hon. J. G. Wilson, and for the transactio...

Publication Title: Tri-Weekly Astorian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-weekly Astorian. — 23 August 1873

03 fcHMgT' l"" ..-;.' -"" 1" '111 a. IWE al I MHHI 1 I.IIM ll ! HUM ' W W ' W - "."M" I", m . " "!' qUll.i I II I W IWWWWJII JIUIUI Vol. 1. Astoria, Oregon, Saturday Morning, August 23, 1873. No. 24, TRIWEEKLY 'ASTOMM.-- HEggSMII'l .11 L 1.111 m'JIiJ-W.imwira .li.i I, Willi Will I I., i I THE ASTORIAN. l'UBLISHKI) KVEUY TUESDA1MHURSDAY AND SATURDAY, Monitor Building, Astoria, Oregon. . G.IREIAXD Proprietor Subscription Kates: Ono Copy one year. So 00 Qno Copy fix months 3 00 One Copy three months 1 50 US" Single Number, Ten Cents. "5Xi Advertising- Kates: Ono Insertion porsquaro, 10 lines or less...S2 50 Kach additional Insertion, per square 2 00 Yearly adv'ts per month, per squaro 1 50 Agents : L.P. Fisher, 20 and 21 Now Merchants Ex change, is authorized to act as Agent for the Asteria: in San Francisco. Any friend who feels an interest in the pros perity of this region, is authorized to act as Agent for this paper, in procuring subscribers. CITY IKTEIXIGENCE. John "W, Gearhartof ...

Publication Title: Tri-Weekly Astorian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-weekly Astorian. — 23 August 1873

CJ m Tri-Weekly Astorian ASTORIA, OREGON I. C. TKEJJLSD Editor. SATURDAY August 23, 1873 WHEAT AHD ITS SHIPMENT. Correspondence of tlie bulletin aud a Reply to Mr. Johns, jVIakion, August 8, 1873. Editors (Portland) Bulletin; There has heen much discussion among the people recently on the subject of ship ping grain from Oregon. Portland, As toria and San Erancisco have each had their friends. The conte-t in. Oregon, however, has settled down to the two pla ces, Portland and Astoria. That Port land has advantages over either of the other places is ycry plain to your corre spondent, but whether she -will hold the business there and ship the grain of Ore gon is a question that will be settled by her own merchants and shippers. That grain can be shipped from this valley cheaper at Portland than Astoria can be easily demonstrated. Rut why grain is not worth nearly as much at Portland as at San Eranci-co is not so easily under stood bv the farmers of this valley. If wheat is "bought at Po...

Publication Title: Tri-Weekly Astorian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-weekly Astorian. — 23 August 1873

en Tri-Weekly Astorian SATURDAY .-.-... August 23, 1873 Tide Table for Astoria. High Water J Low "Water. August- A. m. p. M. a. m. P. M. t3 0 3J:..- 1 521.... .7 m .8 IS .8 37 7 40 8 10 8 52 24 1 07 .2 131.... 1 32.... 25 1 42 IORT OF ASTORIA. Following is a list of vessels on the way to this port, and a record of the arrivals and de partures up to date: Steamer QriGaninie expected to sail for Asto fia to-day, August 23, from San Francisco. The bark Forest Queen (will pass the river), sailed from San Francisco for Port Townscnd August 20th. The Victor and "W. H. Meyer are both on the way tto pass tho Columbia river), to Fort Townscnd, having sailed from San Francisco -on the 21st. Barkentino "Wcbfoot, Gage, sailed from San Franci'co August 7th. Bark ltival, Clements, loading in San Fran cisco for Columbia river. Bark Wettcrkorn sailed from San Francisco, August 13th, Schooner Superior from San Francisco.sailed August 9th. Schooner Ilera, from Melbourne duo British bark Vesta, from L...

Publication Title: Tri-Weekly Astorian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-weekly Astorian. — 23 August 1873

; ' - aju t-W.'l ,. B.JB, Hi i . KTB Tri-Weekly Astorian SATURDAY August 23, 1S73 Post Office Notice. rmnGonTal Delivery at the Astoria Postoffice will be open daily, (except Sun Azy), from 8 o'clock a. M. until 7 r, m. On Sundays froinl to 2 o'clock P. M Monev Orders issued from 8a.M. to 4. J MAILS CLOSE: For Portland and intermediate offices, For Skipanon, Seabide house, and Tilla mook, daily on arrival of the mail from Portland. . For Forts Stevens and Cape Disappoint ment, Unity, Oystcrville, and Olympia Tuesdays and Thursdays, at 7:3( Aw .; ForKnappton, Grays river, Klaskanme, Youngs river, .Levis and Clarke, JNena em valley, etc.,. irregular. D;r. Boseau's SmaU-Pos Cure. As this most loathsome of an diseases is li able to break out amoun&us at any tune, it is well to be prepared for it. at all tnnes. Dr. KorVeau'5 Small-Pox Cure smd Preven tive now prepared and kpt on band at my oilico, corner first and Main streets, one door from lurst, ist aguro cure? ox. provestsvp for ...

Publication Title: Tri-Weekly Astorian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-weekly astorian. — 26 August 1873

en V-hT ) -TO-WEEKLY -.'4 fi" .n Astoria, Oregon, Tuesday Morning, August 26, 1873. No. 25. Yol. 1. ASTUJilAN. THE ASTOBIAff. PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY, THURSDAY AND SATURDAY, - Monitor Building, Astoria, Oregon. I. C. IRELAND .Proprietor Subscription Kates: Ono Copy ono yean- JS One Copy six months J?0 One Copv tlireo months 1 w S"" Single Number, Ten Cents. Advertising? Kates: Ono Insertion por square, 10 lines or lesa...S2 50 Each additional Insertion, per square 2 00 Yearly adv'ts per month, per squaro 1 50 Agent : L. P. Fisher, 20 and 21 New Merchants Ex change, is authorized to act as Agent for the Ahtori'ix in San Francisco. Any friend who feels an interest in the pros perity of this region, is authorized to act as Agent for this paper, in procuring subscribers. CITY INTELLIGENCE. The finest chowder we have eaten " for many a long day" is prepared at Arrigoni's by Henry Lawson, Steward- A large fine hay press forS. B. Plimp ton, Westport, was among the cargo of the Webfoot Satu...

Publication Title: Tri-Weekly Astorian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-weekly astorian. — 26 August 1873

CzJ Tri-Weekly Astqriaii, ASTORIA, OBEG02tI ?Editor. I. C. IRELAND. 2 I TUESDAY. August 26, 1S73 X new roof has been added to Stall's furniture otahlisnmcnt in this city. We are told that the paper' used in making the postal cards cost more than the contractors receive for them from the government, and that the contractors will hcek for relief from Congress. One of the most beautiful specimens of Christian hteadf&atness of which we have read for a long time, is reported from the little town of Hyannis, 3Iass. There is in that town a Univeraalijst and n Baptist church. The former was lately struck by lightning, and set on lire, and the only bell on which an alarm could be rung was that of the Baptist sanctuary near by, but the sturdy old sexton of that faith refused to give up the key of the church, declar ing that he was "not going to interfere with the will of God." A curious incident in the life of the late Mrs. Somercille is related in an English magazine. It was truly pathet...

Publication Title: Tri-Weekly Astorian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-weekly astorian. — 26 August 1873

1 5?ri-Weekly Astorian TUESDAY .it AuotBT 26, 1873 Tide Table Ibr AntoriRi High Wateri Lotf Water. August, a. m. r. M; jj Ai m. P. M. 2; 2 11 2 54!. :.::.8 58 9 27 ::.,.9 19 10 03 siu.9 42 10 41 :...10 12 11 30 ::..10nl .. ...a.0 27 11 4Ga .::::4 32 0 56 :2 44 ...tf .... 2 10 :.::.4 00 .:.,.:. 3 29 , 5 11 ....;.,.. 4 48 27-. 2S.. SO.. 81.. .... 2 57 3 1E:::! .... :l 39 3 41J... ... 4 30 4 20.::; ... 5 21) 5 001... .... 0 3'J G 0S2:::, September 1 7 47 :7 16?... 2 9 04 8 28... 10 52 9 3il... 4 11 34 10 ItfJ... port of Astoria Following is a list of vessels on the way to this port, and a record of the arrivals and de partures up to date: Bteamer riflamme sailed for Astoria Satur day, August 23d, from San Francisco, and may bo expected to-day. The bark Forest Quoon (will pass the river), Sailed from San Francisco for Fort Townsend August 20th. The Victor and W. H. Meyer are both on tie way (to pass tho Columbia rivor), to Port Townsend, having sailed from San Francisco on tho 21st. Bar...

Publication Title: Tri-Weekly Astorian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-weekly astorian. — 26 August 1873

MJ mssm Tri-Weefcly Astorian TUESDAX August 2G, 1873' Oar Superior cmiiatIo$ The Chinese think it meet 'To dwarf their women's feet "We, with our higher taste Cramp and contract the watati 'Thus much more wise are we than they Tho. fnnlish nennlft nf flfttMv i Some squaws, as Catlin ahows "Wear rings in ears and nose Our more fastidious dears Only so deck their ears Being thus much advanced in grrtCC Beyond a wild she copper-fcice The Hindoos, it Is said, "Give to the Are their dead: -t "We our3 to stifling clay, To worms, and foul delay. " Yes, more humane are we than these Barbarian BSndostanese. Some tribes sleep in the hreezey In hammocks swung m trees. . "We breathe in air-tigbt rooms Foul air and fetid fumes. tSuch comforts do- our arts confer Unknown to the poor lalandfer, Some tribe3, from darkness- spnmg Possess no written tonguev "v Our people fill their nob Prom Tuppor's pen, and CobVs. Therein is shown our very great Advance beyond the savage; siatey . Post Office Notice...

Publication Title: Tri-Weekly Astorian
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